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  1. New Poly Receptacle Casing for DS60, DS100C, DR100, DSDC6, DS7c, and DR7c

    Product Change Effective June 30th, 2022, the DS60, DS100C, DR100, DSDC6, DS7c, and DR7c (size 4 devices) will be supplied with a new, improved poly receptacle casing. This change elevates the design of the casing so that it is similar in appearance and performance to other MELTRIC product lines. Product Improvements The new design offers a more robust material, improved...
  2. DSN100 in the News

    Find MELTRIC in the News as we Announce Release of New DSN100 Plug and Receptacle In April 2022, MELTRIC announced the release of brand new Switch-Rated, 100 A, 600 hp plug and receptacle to complete DSN Series, the DSN100. The DSN100 has the same great features and benefits as other DSN Series Switch-Rated models. The DSN Series ratings range from...
  3. MELTRIC Announces New Product Release of DSN100 Plug and Receptacle

    Franklin, Wisconsin - MELTRIC Corporation announced the release of the DSN100, a new 100 A plug and receptacle. This new model is a Switch-Rated, 100 A, 600 VAC plug and receptacle fitted with DECONTACTOR™ technology for peak performance and user safety. MELTRIC’s DECONTACTOR™ Technology allows their Switch-Rated plugs and receptacles to be safely connected and disconnected under full load, up...
  4. MELTRIC Introduces New DSN100 Plug & Receptacle

    New Product Description Effective April 19, 2022, MELTRIC’s brand new DSN100 plug and receptacle will be available for purchase. This new model is a Switch-Rated, 100 A, 600 VAC plug and receptacle fitted with DECONTACTORTM technology for peak performance and user safety. The DSN100 has the same great features and benefits as other DSN Series Switch-Rated models. The DSN Series...
  5. New Metal Receptacle Casing for DS60, DS100C, DR100, DSDC6, DS7c, and DR7c

    Product Change Effective March 23, 2022, the DS60, DS100C, DR100, DSDC6, DS7c, and DR7c (size 4 devices) will be supplied with a new, improved metal receptacle casing. This change elevates the design of the casing so that it is similar in appearance and performance to other MELTRIC product lines. Product Improvements New Robust Material. The metal casing is now made...
  6. New DR400 Metal Handle

    Product Change Description Effective March 23rd, 2022, a new metal handle will be available for the DR400. The metal handle 5K6P0DXX will replace 5T7P0DXX. Product Improvements The new DR400 Metal handle has an integrated cable gland and increased handle ID for ease of wiring.“H” style wings on the handle have been added for increased impact protection on receptacles and inlets.Side...
  7. MELTRIC in ASSEMBLY MAGAZINE

    “Are internal combustion engines a thing of the past?” David Suehs, Engineering Manager at ACS Inc., and Matt Thiel, Director of Facility Planning and Integration at ACS Inc., penned a featured article for Assembly Magazine entitled, “Evolution, Not Revolution: The dawn of the EV era is changing motor testing”. A MELTRIC Switch-Rated device can be seen featured on ACS Inc.’s...
  8. Metal Receptacle Casing for DS200, DR250, DSDC2

    Product Change Effective January 20, 2022, the DS200, DR250, and DSDC2 (size 6 devices) will be supplied with a new, improved metal receptacle casing. This change elevates the design of the casing so that it is similar in appearance and performance to other MELTRIC product lines. Product Improvements New robust material. The metal casing is now made of injected Aluminum...
  9. New Metal Receptacle Casing for DR400

    Product Change Effective January 17, 2022, the DR400 will be supplied with a new, improved metal receptacle casing. This change elevates the design of the casing so that it is similar in appearance and performance to other MELTRIC product lines. Product Improvements New robust material. The metal casing is now made of injected Aluminum for improved impact resistance.A silicone double-lipped...
  10. Removal of Color Coding Device Terminals

    Product Change Effective January 1st, 2022, the color coding of device terminals in MELTRICs plugs and receptacles has been discontinued. Although the color coding has been removed, the ground, neutral, and phasing markings remain. These markings are molded into the insulator where the wiring terminals are located. Have questions or need technical assistance? Live-by-phone Customer Service and Engineering support are...

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