When accompanied by an applicable CBS ArcSafe® Remote Switch Operator (RSO) control unit, the RSA-69A provides open and close operation from up to 300 feet away, reducing the need for arc-flash hazard suits and eliminating all hazardous manual contact with gear during operation. Utilizing strong magnets, the actuator requires no modifications for switchgear mounting, and operators can easily move the actuator from one breaker to another. The actuator is lightweight, portable, and simple to install and set up, providing technicians with a quick solution for hard-to-access breaker locations. 

Optional features for the RSA-69A include a radio remote with a range of up to 300 feet, a wired or wireless video camera system with LCD monitor for remote viewing, and a custom-fit rugged storage case. When combined, these features make the RSA-69A easy to install and remove, allowing technicians to quickly and safely set up and operate different sets of the same electrical equipment. All CBS ArcSafe® products are manufactured in the U.S. at our manufacturing facility in Denton, Texas. For more information, visit www.CBSArcSafe.com or call 877-4-SAFETY.

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About CBS ArcSafe:

CBS ArcSafe® offers the electrical industry’s largest inventory of remote racking and switching solutions for low- and medium-voltage switchgear that do not require modification to existing equipment for operation. All of our equipment is manufactured in the U.S. at our Denton, Texas, manufacturing facility. CBS ArcSafe® offers 24/7/365 after-hours emergency support, and is happy to develop custom remote racking and switching solutions for our customers.

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