Metal Solar Placard, 2017 Code, MAIN PV SYSTEM DISCONNECT, 5.5' x 1.75", AL, Red, 5/pkg


596-00860
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    Features & Benefits


    • Placards made with UV stable inks and materials tested to last up to 25 years, even in direct sun exposure.
    • Aggressive adhesive ensures strong bond, even on powder coated surfaces.
    • Meets or exceeds NEC & IFC standards for printed text, character height, color and outdoor UV stability.
    • Optional Paint Shields provide additional protection for pre-printed and variable data placards.

    Certifications & Approvals

    • Rohs Certified
    • Warranty
    596-00860
    MPVSDM5
    Red (RD)
    • Placards made with UV stable inks and materials tested to last up to 25 years, even in direct sun exposure. • Aggressive adhesive ensures strong bond, even on powder coated surfaces. • Meets or exceeds NEC & IFC standards for printed text, character height, color and outdoor UV stability. • Optional Paint Shields provide additional protection for pre-printed and variable data placards.
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    Metal Solar Placards offer maximum durability for labeling photovoltaic equipment and components. A special printing process fuses UV stable inks to the placards for long-lasting results, tested to last up to 25 years—even in direct sunlight. Metal Solar Placards are designed to meet or exceed National Electrical Code (NEC) and the requirements of local Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs), that may prefer a placard-style marking over thermal transfer printed labels.
    Metal Solar Placard, 2017 Code, MAIN PV SYSTEM DISCONNECT, 5.5' x 1.75", AL, Red, 5/pkg
    MPVSDM5-AA-RD
    5.5" X 1.75" Black text on red background that reads as: "MAIN PV SYSTEM DISCONNECT." in 3/8" tall characters. 10 per pkg.
    Cross Reference = Paint Shield: 596-00795
    5.5
    139.7
    5.5
    139.7
    1.75
    44.40


    5
    5
    7616995095
    Anodized Aluminum (AA)
    AA
    Ultra High Bond Permanent Acrylic Adhesive
    Yes
    from +50°F (from +10°C)
    -40°F to +203°F (-40°C to +95°C)
    Yes
    NEC2017
    Yes
    Yes