Ethernet Secondary Disconnects are secondary dispenser wiring disconnects designed to expand the number and type of cabling that can be disconnected. They are designed for dispensers that use Ethernet network cabling for secondary dispenser communication.
Secondary Ethernet Disconnects expand the capability of the Primary Disconnect. They connect to and are controlled by any Primary Disconnect via the included 6’ and 25’ DB-9 cables. Wall or Rack Mount options available.
- UL (1238) Listed
- cUL (CSA 22.2) Listed
- For compliance with NEC® 514.11 and NFPA® 30A Section 6.7 requirements for Emergency Disconnects at Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities (controlled by E-Stop system).
- For compliance with NEC® 514.13 requirements for Maintenance Disconnects at Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities (switches to disconnect individual dispenser circuits for servicing).
|Number of Dispenser Channels||8 or 16|
|E-Stop Control Input||Connects to Remote Control
Output of Primary Disconnect
|Number of Conductors Disconnected
|8D and 16D Models = 1 Ethernet
Cable per Dispenser
88D = 2 Ethernet Cables per
|Signal Circuit Rating||Class 2, 48V Max, 3 Amp|
|Surge Protection Available||No|
|Individual Channel Control Switches||Provided by the Primary
|Secondary Remote Expansion
|Dimensions||19” H x 9” W x 3.4”D|
Components & Dimensions
- Input Connection Panel
- Ethernet Input Jacks
- Output Connection Panel
- Ethernet Output Jacks
- Active Status Indicators
- Control Output to Secondary Disconnect Controller
- Control Output from Secondary Disconnect Controller
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