Kussmaul Electronics Co. Inc. 091-55-15-120 Super Auto Eject

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  • Make: Kussmaul Electronics Co. Inc.
  • Model code: 091-55-15-120
  • Type: SUPER AUTO EJECT
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120 Volts AC, 15 Amps Automatically disconnects shoreline Completely sealed Designed specifically for emergency vehicles Eliminates broken shoreline 2 year warranty Can use a Standard Weatherproof Cover,Deluxe Bar Graph or Digital Display Default color for covers is yellow The Super Auto Eject is a completely sealed automatic power line disconnect. This prevents contamination of the mechanism by road dirt, and ensures long reliable life even when mounted in the most severe environment. A novel internal switch arrangement closes and opens the 120 Volt A.C. circuit after the mating connector is inserted, and before the connector is removed. This eliminates arcing at the connector contacts, and assures long contact life. As with all Auto Ejects, the Super Auto Eject is connected to the starter circuit, so that ejection occurs when the engine is cranked.

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Make Kussmaul Electronics Co. Inc.
Manufacturer Kussmaul Electronics Co. Inc.
Model code 091-55-15-120
Type SUPER AUTO EJECT
Additional info
  • 120 Volts AC, 15 Amps
  • Automatically disconnects shoreline
  • Completely sealed
  • Designed specifically for emergency vehicles
  • Eliminates broken shoreline
  • 2 year warranty
  • Can use a Standard Weatherproof Cover,Deluxe Bar Graph or Digital Display
  • Default color for covers is yellow

The Super Auto Eject is a completely sealed automatic power line disconnect. This prevents contamination of the mechanism by road dirt, and ensures long reliable life even when mounted in the most severe environment. A novel internal switch arrangement closes and opens the 120 Volt A.C. circuit after the mating connector is inserted, and before the connector is removed. This eliminates arcing at the connector contacts, and assures long contact life. As with all Auto Ejects, the Super Auto Eject is connected to the starter circuit, so that ejection occurs when the engine is cranked.

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