Output Disconnect Panels with Cam-Locks
Roam's Output Disconnect panels provide a secure, switched (or breakered) connection point for temporary power output from a building's line power over Cam-Lock terminated cables. Applications for our Disconnects include lighting, mobile equipment, load banks, temporary buildings, convention/fair booths, or entertainment venue power.
Models are available at 200 Amps and 400 Amps, in both Single-Phase and Three-Phase versions, and in panels supporting up to 240 VAC, up to 480 VAC, and up to 600 VAC. All of Roam's Output Disconnect panels are UL 891 listed, use Cooper Crouse-Hinds Cam-Lok* brand E1016 (J-Series/16 Series) female Cam-Lock connectors, are NEMA 3R rated, are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, and are available in UL and cUL listed versions.
Roam makes three different types of Output Disconnect Panels: two built around switches, a standard Output Disconnect (MTC 7200-series) and a Fused Output Disconnect (MTC 7100-series), as well as a Breakered Output Disconnect and Company Switch (MTC 7300-series).
The standard Output Disconnect and the Fused Output Disconnect both restrict access to live connectors by ensuring the power has to be disengaged first before the door can be opened. Users can't open the Disconnect door unless the power is off. Versions of the Breakered Disconnect Panels with the switch handles on the exterior door allow for an interlocking disconnect.
All of Roam's Output Disconnect panels are built with a dedicated wire chase (wireway) in the back to allow safe cable entry (via conduit) from the bottom and are available in a "No Neutral" configuration. The Switched Disconnects and the Switched Disconnects with Fuses are also available with Switched Neutral connections.