ABB S7H CIRCUIT BREAKER

We supply Abb S7H in single or bulk orders. Please choose from one of the purchase options below:

 

Specification
SKU 17547
Amperage Rating 1200 Amp
BC Category Breakers: Molded Case/ABB
Brand ABB
Country/Region of Manufacture United States
Height 14.00
Length 20.00
Model S7
MPN S7H
Poles 3
Type Type S7H / Series Q
Voltage Rating 480/600 VAC
Weight 56.00
Width 16.00

* Weight is in pounds (lb), length, width, and height are in inches (in).

Bulk Purchase Options
Buy New $23517.27 USD/pc
Buy Refurbished $20904.24 USD/pc
Buy Used $16984.70 USD/pc
Repair and Service Option
Estimate up to $9145.61 USD/unit

 

 

We Repair

Got a broken Abb S7H? We may be able to repair it for you. We work with certified Abb repair and service vendors.

We Buy

Got extra Abb S7H on your hand that you no longer need? Let us buy them from you! We purchase new & used circuit breakers by Abb.

We Distribute

Are you a distributor for Abb circuit breakers? We would like to work with you! We have a growing list of buyers who are regularly looking for Abb S7H.

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Why Buy From Us

Here's what people say about their recent experience with us:
Josh Blevins 1 hour ago
Beautiful, Exactly as described. Thanks
Daryl Wood 3 hours ago
Arrived early, Just what I ordered, Great seller
arbor53 6 hours ago
very satisfied, fast shipping, new as described
James Vickers 7 hours ago
fast shipping, good value, excellent transaction
ILDAR KHISAMETDINOV 9 hours ago
Item arrived with a defect, but they took care of it quickly & fairly. =)
Ronald Luter 12 hours ago
fast shipping, as described thank you...A+++++
Michael Katrivanos 13 hours ago
Goods received as stated in a timely manner. Thanks!
jeff lenz 15 hours ago
item as described, packed well and shipped promptly
josh hansen 16 hours ago
arrived fast, good looking product. price was good enough,shipping a little high
John Semrad 19 hours ago
Item as described. Fast shipping. Will buy from again.

 

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