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Luminaire Disconnects - WAGO Corp. - Facility Management Product Release
WAGO Corporation's Luminaire Disconnects Series 873 – known as Lumi-Nuts – are the newest member of the popular Wall-Nuts push-wire family of terminals. The disconnects are designed to meet NEC 410.73(G), CEC 30-308(4) and the CSA/UL Standard 2459 for insulated multi-pole splicing wire connectors, ensuring safety for those servicing non-residential linear fluorescent fixtures with ballasts.
The disconnects offer the ability to daisy-chain power from one ballast to another, eliminating additional connectors. Additionally, an integral locking latch prevents accidental disconnection of the mating halves while a touch-proof design - whether in the mated or unmated position - eliminates the need to disconnect power in order to service the luminaire.
Color-coded molding and on-unit markings provide easy recognition while reducing the risk of wiring errors. A tin-plated copper current bar supplies a best-in-class electrical rating of 6A at 600V with a UL94V-0 flame rated housing for flame-retardation.
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