Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems HBL4100MI7W 3-Phase Pin and Sleeve Mechanical Interlock, 480 VAC, 100 A, 3 Poles, 4 Wires

Pin & Sleeve Mechanical Interlock Device
92426 MFG #: HBL4100MI7W
Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems
2491.22000 / ea
  • Application: High Ampacity Watertight Connections
  • ARRA Compliant: C
  • Buy American Compliant: C
  • Catalog Number: HBL4100MI7W
  • Color: Red
  • Connection: Pressure Screw Terminals
  • Country of Origin: US
  • Currency: USD
  • Dimensions: 12.75 in H x 8.75 in W x 9.3 in D
  • Enclosure: NEMA 4X/12/IP67
  • Environmental Conditions: Watertight
  • EU RoHS Indicator: N
  • Gross Weight Per Pack: 10.2000 lb
  • Gross Weight per Pack Metric: 4.63
  • Gross Weight UOM Metric: kg
  • Harmonization Tariff Schedule Code: 8537109170
  • Height: 7.90 in
  • Height [Metric]: 20.0660 cm
  • Length: 14.70 in
  • Length [Metric]: 37.3380 cm
  • Material: Thermoplastic
  • Mounting: Screw Mount
  • NEMA Rating: Non-Nema
  • Phase: 3
  • Power Rating: 50 hp
  • Returnable: Y
  • Size: Standard Sized Product
  • Standard: UL Listed
  • Standards: ARRA CompliantBuy American Act CompliantUL 498IEC 309-1/309-2UL945 VA/V-0 Flammability RatingCSA Certified
  • Sub Brand: IEC 309 Pin and Sleeve Devices
  • Type: Mechanical interlock
  • UNSPSC: 39121406
  • UPC 11: 78358540588
  • UPC 12: 783585405889
  • Wattage: 48,000
  • Width: 10.80 in
  • Width [Metric]: 27.4320 cm
  • Wire Size: #3 AWG to #1/0 AWG
  • Stock Status: NONSTOCK
  • Brand: Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems
  • Manufacturer: Hubbell
  • Amperage Rating: 100 A
  • Number of Wires: 4
  • Voltage Rating: 3 Phase 480 VAC
  • Number Of Poles: 3
The National Electrical Code (NEC®) requires a separate disconnect means within sight of all motor loads. The NEC requires the disconnecting means in a motor-circuit be listed as "Suitable as Motor Disconnect" if the motor is rated greater than 2 HP. Hubbell's revolutionary Circuit-Lock interlock incorporates the disconnect switch and receptacle in one compact, non-metallic and economical unit. Removing the plug and locking it out provides a visual means of verifying equipment has been disconnected. All Circuit-Lock mechanical interlocks can be locked out as a method of compliance with the OSHA Lockout/Tagout regulation. The switch cannot be turned ON until the plug is completely engaged and the plug cannot be removed until the switch is turned OFF. At the same time, it eliminates the possibility of making or breaking the circuit under load or making a casual or "lazy" connection. The non-metallic enclosure can be connected to the metallic conduit and not interfere with the ground continuity. In addition, these horsepower rated units are durable, watertight and easy to install. And they are compatible with IEC 60309-2 plugs. These Circuit-Lock units are available in 20, 30, 60 and 100A models and in 3, 4 and 5 wire configurations that are designed to the IEC 60309-1 and 60309-2 standards. Hubbell's Circuit-Lock Mechanical Interlocks are also available in "Reverse Service" versions. These units incorporate the disconnect switch and reverse service receptacle (inlet) in one compact, non-metallic and economical unit. These units are available in 30, 60 and 100A models, 4 wire configurations.
  • Applications
  • Features
High Ampacity Watertight Connections
Plug cannot be removed until the switch is turned off
Large gears enclosed in a gear box
Lockable handle to meet OSHA lockout/tagout regulations
Pre-wired IEC pin and sleeve receptacle
Pressure screw terminals connection
Valox® face and base
Withstands 3000 VAC minimum dielectric voltage
Withstands 3000 VAC minimum dielectric voltage
600 VAC rms maximum working voltage