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    Square D™ Low Voltage Switchgear

    Power-Zone 4 Low Voltage Drawout Switchgear Design

    Open the door to a whole new world of possibilities with flexible, reliable switchgear configurations for any application.

Unlimited Configurations

Power-Zone 4 low voltage drawout switchgear is designed for flexibility and long life as you protect, control, and isolate your valuable downstream equipment and processes. With a wide range of quality components and customization, Power-Zone 4 allows for more flexibility in design.

Power System Reliability

Power-Zone 4 low voltage switchgear is your line of defense when protecting your valuable assets, while maintaining reliable circuit protection.

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    Compartmentalization Compartmentalized units of various sizes are offered with dedicated wireways for ease of installation and access to control wiring without contacting bus and connections.
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    Circuit Protection Add Square D brand circuit protection to any switchgear application to improve worker and equipment protection. There are many to choose from to meet your application needs.
Front Access Option

The front accessible option provides a small footprint for rooms with limited space. A 42-inch deep enclosure allows the switchgear to be placed against a wall with 100% access through the front of the equipment.


Large Cable Compartments

Maximum space for bending and splicing cable. Better conduit entry for quicker installation and easier maintenance.

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    Easy-to-Operate Drawout Mechanism The drawout mechanism is durable and easy to operate, and features safety interlocks for both local and remote racking.
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    Connectivity All Power-Zone 4 switchgear can communicate vital power system data, allowing you to know what is going on inside your equipment, as well as understand your overall power consumption.