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The 40 AMP PHOTOBIO AC Power Distribution Tree enables multiple LED fixtures to be daisy chained from centralized 40 AMP drops. The modular system provides significant cost savings on electrical infrastructure and labor while offering superior safety and flexibility versus traditional NEMA power plugs and outlets.
Designed to excel in rigorous Indoor Farm and Greenhouse conditions, the PHOTOBIO AC Power Distribution Tree connections are all locking IP67 rated resulting in complete dust protection and protection against temporary submersion in water. The system is designed with EMC suppression technology to mitigate electromagnetic interference, is UV resistant, designed for use up to 480V, and is UL listed.
Each 40 AMP Tree starts with the “Roots” or PHOTOBIO Panel Mount Pig Tail, which is hardwired into a ceiling mounted junction box supplied with minimum 40 AMP service by a licensed electrician working with an electrical engineer. After the initial junction box tie in, the AC Power Distribution Tree is fully plug and play, providing fast and easy daisy chain connections. “Trunk” Power Link cables and “Trunk with Branch” Power T cables are used in combination to suit your unique needs.
Compatible with PHOTOBIO MX, CX, TX, T, and Phantom PHENO LED and PHANTOM DE 60 Series 277-400V HID fixtures. Installation and service by a licensed electrician only in accordance with manufacturer specifications.
This item, the 40 AMP PHOTOBIO AC Power Link Cable is a 10.0’ long “Trunk” line to carry AC supply. Linkable and used to span distances in any direction. Connect levels, bridge aisles, round corners, make the initial ceiling drop from Panel Mount, provide necessary side to side give for multilayer rolling rack systems and interface with Power T Cables.
Features heavy duty 10’ 10AWG braided flexible copper wiring with 40A capacity, convenient M25 male to female locking connections.
Cable and Male to Female daisy chain connections rated IP67 for enhanced dust and water protection.
* Do not exceed the maximum number of devices as shown below:
||MAXIMUM NUMBER OF DEVICES PER 40A CIRCUIT