Moeller N6-100
Molded Case Disconnect Switch

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Maximum HP Rating 3 phase at: Continuous Current Rating
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40 70 100
N6 disconnect switches are UL recognized (UL 508) and CSA certified (C22.2 Nr. 14) as 3 pole, HP rated, non-automatic manual motor disconnects without any overload or short circuit tripping element. The switching mechanism has 3 positions (OFF, ON, +”tripped”) and they can be equipped with voltage trip accessories, such as shunt trip and undervoltage trip coils.

N6-100 Disconnect Switches

064807 N6-100 Disconnect Switch
034788 N6-100/ Disconnect Switch
029759 N6-100/I Disconnect Switch
082632 N6-100/I/ Disconnect Switch
077252 N6-100/I43/R Disconnect Switch
025047 N6-100/I43-G Disconnect Switch
063015 N6-100/I44/M Disconnect Switch
079626 N6-100/I44/R Disconnect Switch
069553 N6-100-EA Disconnect Switch
082630 N6-100-EA/ Disconnect Switch
071926 N6-100-V Disconnect Switch
030153 N6-100-V/ Disconnect Switch
072473 N6-100-V/I Disconnect Switch
082631 N6-100-V/I/ Disconnect Switch

Shown above are the  N6-63, N6-100, N6-160 Disconnect switches.
All 3 are the exact same case size so replacing and upgrading is a snap!

When purchasing the N6-100, you will need the full number off the label as shown
by the red arrow (label color may vary) example: N6-100

Standard Breakers have 3 power wires in (L1-L2-L3) on the top, and 3 power wires out (T1-T2-T3) on the bottom.

Any other control wires will indicate some sort of modification accessory is installed!

By UL code breakers can only be modified at our UL Approved service facilities.
They cannot be installed in the field or by distributors. In order to get the correct breaker to you, it is imperative that we have the correct information due to the wide variety of options that may be installed on your current breaker.

Accessories can be identified by small labels on the breaker, with part numbers such as

a.                   (u-nzm6) (230, 60) Indicates under voltage trip which needs 230 volt 60hz applied to turn the breaker on.

b.                   (a-nzm6) (230,60) Indicates shunt trip which needs 230 volt 60hz applied to turn the breaker off.

c.                   (rhi, nhi, ahi -xx) Would be auxiliary contacts.

 If the labels cannot be read or to double check their usage record all the terminal numbers that have control wires on them, and your KMparts  Specialist will advise you of your best options.

 Please note any of the above when ordering. Also check to see if they are even used. If they are present but there are no wires on them then chances are you don’t need them.

Let our expert sales staff guide you through finding the right products to fit your needs. CALL 866-595-9616.