New Elucian REC Isolator Switch from Click Scolmore

New Elucian REC Isolator Switch from Click Scolmore

Click Scolmore continues its expansion of the Elucian consumer unit range, providing electricians with the broadest range of units and protective devices catering to all installation requirements. The latest addition to Elucian is a new REC Isolator Switch, designed to make the connection of consumer unit tails to the electricity supply highly secure, easy and convenient.

 

In several regions of the UK, REC isolator units have become an integral component of the residential power supply setup. These units feature a front cover divided into two segments, allowing contractors and supply authorities to securely seal and lock off their respective ends, effectively thwarting unauthorised access. This arrangement enhances security and proves to be a time and cost-saving measure. Enabling the connection of the supply tails directly to the REC unit obviates the need for repetitive visits by contractors and supply authorities to establish the final connection, thereby streamlining the process.

 

Unlike most REC units without a lid, Click has kept the design of the Elucian version in line with the rest of the Elucian range. The lid is also compatible with CUELOCK, ensuring that there is no unauthorised access to the entire unit. 

 

The lid can be propped open using the rotatable tab, allowing the removal of the split cover without being impeded. 

 

The unit includes a 100A Mains switch and SPD module. It features 6 x 32mm knockouts and a 60mm x 60mm square knockout in the back, compatible with CUCEPS. It also has two-metre tail clamps securing cables coming and going from the main switch.

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