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People Protection Panels

Used to trip any other disconnecting devices.

The I-Gard GP/GPA ground fault protection panels are designed to provide complete electrical safety in areas where personnel may come in contact with dangerous ground leakage currents when the normal grounding system has become unreliable because of corrosion, mechanical damage, wear or just the aging of the wire insulation They are conceived to provide instantaneous ground fault protection up to 600V and 90A with a maximum of 5 or 10 milliamperes of ground leakage current.


3 phase ungrounded 600 90 85 GPA-6-90

50 60 GPA-6-50

480 75 85 GPA-4-75

40 60 GPA-4-40

240 35 85 GPA-2-35

20 60 GPA-2-20

Benefits of LifeGuard – GP/GPA

  • Ground leakage trip levels available: 5, 10, 20, 35 and 50mA. The trip level is factory set and non adjustable by user.
  • Models available for any type of grounded systems.
  • System voltage levels: 208, 240, 480 and 600V.
  • Built-in self test provides assurance of proper functionality.

Pump protection.

Equipped with a non automatic breaker.

Ground fault protection panels, typesGPD and GPFJ, were developed to provide sensitive protection against low value ground fault currents. Multiple models operate up to 600V and are equipped with non automatic breaker of either 100 or to 225 amperios. Trip level settings range from 5 to 50mA.

There are two basic panels: 100A (GPD/GPAD) and 225A (GPFJ/GPAFJ), both equipped with a non-automatic breaker*, a thermo magnetic breaker is available as an additional option, with the indicated current capacities. Types GPD and GPFJ are designed for grounded or resistance grounded systems while types GPAD and GPAFJ are designed for ungrounded systems.

* For automatic breakers please consult 3PPS Sales

The GPD, GPAD, GPFJ AND GPAFJ panels contain a ground fault detector having a non-adjustable pick-up setting from 5 to 50mA nominal, a non-automatic circuit interrupter, 2 in. diameter current sensor and a 25VA control transformer, which provides a 120V AC tripping supply to the interrupter shunt trip.



GPD 22 57.20 100 Amperios

GPAD 22 57.20 100 Amperios

GPFJ 31 78.74 225 Amperios

GPAFJ 31 78.74 225 Amperios

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