.Schneider panelboards and load centers control and distribute electrical power throughout commercial, industrial and institutional buildings as well as residential homes. Built to last, featuring design innovations for fast and easy installation.
Steiner stocks a large inventory of panelboards and load centers ready for pickup at one of our convenient locations or on-time delivery to your facility or job site. Available in components, fully assembled or kitted, Schneider panels can be configured with a range of options from main breakers with arc reduction switches to plug-on branch breakers with shunt trips, surge protection, digital metering and more. With hundreds of options, experienced Steiner representatives can help you configure the right distribution equipment to meet your specifications.
I-Line circuit breaker power distribution panelboards are for use on AC or DC systems, power large motors, HVAC systems, service entrance equipment and downstream distribution panels. The versatile panelboards, come in single-phase (3-wire) and three-phase (3-wire and 4-wire) construction.
NQ lighting and appliance panelboards by Square D™ are developed with customer input and built to last, featuring innovations for ease of installation and durability. With 100-600A bus capacities, and optional fingersafe IP2X construction, NQ panelboards offer compact, flexible protection for 10-150A, 240 VAC maximum circuits.
NF panelboards offer lighting and appliance circuit protection up to 125A at 480Y/277 VAC for commercial buildings, industrial buildings, stadiums and offices. With bus capacities from 125-800A, NF panelboards offer a wide variety of field installable circuit breakers and accessories, including 200% neutrals.
Schneider QO load centers are designed to meet residential, commercial and industrial requirements to protect electrical systems, equipment and people. Single- or three-phase, available with proprietary wire management technology that speeds up and simplifies rough-ins, dual Function Plug-on Neutral (PON) Circuit Breakers, and combined AFCI/GFCI protection that eliminates the need for GFCI receptacles..