Compact NG160 molded case circuit breakers and switches are pending obsolescence in 2018. It is replaced by Compact NSXm.
Reductions in manufacturing capacity and component inventories will ramp down towards end of commercialization dates below. This page is designed to assist all customer using legacy Compact NG160 with the transition to Compact NSXm molded case circuit breakers and switch disconnectors. Refer to the timeline, tools and resources below to support you through the transition period.
From Q1 2017 to Q1 2018 Introduction of Compact NSXm
Q4 2018 Compact NG160 circuit breakers and switches no longer available for purchase
Finding a Replacement
Compact NSXm 16-160 A circuit breakers and switches are the designated replacement for Compact NG160 applications. Compact NSXm is the smallest size molded case circuit breaker device member in the Compact NSX range. With its convenient design, it can easily accommodate your customers’ needs and applications from 16 to 160 A.
Discover the new Compact NSXm which is replacing Compact NG160:
- Integrated earth leakage protection
- EverLink power connectors
- Built-in DIN rail and plate mount capability
- Externally visible spring type auxiliaries
Tools and Resources:
NG160 substitution and technical guide
Introduction to Compact NSXm: videos, white paper and more
Technical information for Compact NSXm
Configure, quote and order online with MyPact
Compact NSX & NSXm Catalog
Compact NSXm CAD files
Compact NSXm Certificates
Schneider Electric is committed to supporting your business. Please contact your Schneider Electric representative for further information or to work together in developing modernization plans.
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