Suggest a new load disconnect switch
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This 40A switch needs to be replaced but I'm having trouble finding something comparable. It sits on a DIN rail. Any suggestions?




Thanks,
Paul
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  Re: Suggest a new load disconnect switch by atgcpaul (This 40A switch need...)
I would suggest using google with the manufacturer and number that is visible on the top of the switch.

http://www.socomec.com/range-load-break-...mp;view=picture

http://www.directindustry.com/prod/socom...em_1291983
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  Re: Re: Suggest a new load disconnect switch by GHR (I would suggest usin...)
GHR said:


I would suggest using google with the manufacturer and number that is visible on the top of the switch.

http://www.socomec.com/range-load-break-...mp;view=picture

http://www.directindustry.com/prod/socom...em_1291983




Should have been more clear. Looking for something more readily available--like Monday. I need to go through their US distributor--they have one office in the US and noone picked up this afternoon. Trying to find an alternative. Grainger sells a Square D but it's only 3 pole.
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  Re: Suggest a new load disconnect switch by atgcpaul (This 40A switch need...)
I usually go to Automation Direct for stuff like that. I think I have this disconnect on my mill disconnect
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  Re: Re: Suggest a new load disconnect switch by EricU (I usually go to Auto...)
GHR said:


I would suggest using google with the manufacturer and number that is visible on the top of the switch.

http://www.socomec.com/range-load-break-...mp;view=picture





EricU said:


I usually go to Automation Direct for stuff like that. I think I have this disconnect on my mill disconnect




You were both right. I contacted the US sales office and after some back and forth, they said the easiest place to buy it was Automation Direct. After I slapped myself on the forehead for not searching for "Socomec" on Automation Direct, I ordered it and replaced the disconnect today. All better now.

Thanks to both.

Paul
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