Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems’ New Twist-Lock Devices Support Data Center Power Demands

Hubbell Wiring Device - Kellems
Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems’ New Twist-Lock Devices Support Data Center Power Demands
Hubbell Wiring-Device Kellems is excited to announce that it is expanding its Twist-Lock line to include two NEMA configurations that will work with the newest data center voltage requirements.

Two kinds of power requirements are being used in North American data centers – 415V AC, 3-phase power and 240V AC line-to-neutral power – increasing the demand for new electrical connections that can support 415V AC, 3-phase power. This new power requirement reduces the number of data center power transformation steps, improving energy efficiency and reducing operating costs. To support these two voltage requirements, Hubbell created its L25-30 and L26-30 Twist-Lock devices.

To protect terminations from excess cord and cable strain that can negatively impact data center performance, the new L25-30 and L26-30 Twist-Lock devices feature a superior cord clamp design. To protect wiring chambers from dust and contaminants, a dust shield is integrated into the devices.

“The Twist-Lock line has long been known for its durability and performance,” says Mike Williams, product manager for Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems. “Now data center contractors and managers have access to electrical connections that support improved power distribution efficiency and higher-voltage connections at the cabinet level.”
 
For more information about L25-30 and L26-30 Twist-Lock devices, contact your Hubbell sales representative or visit www.hubbell.com/wiringdevice-kellems/en.

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