Model # UHTRP242363

Internet #100126164

Store SKU #467247

Square D 200 Amp Underground Pedestal Meter Socket
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Square D

200 Amp Underground Pedestal Meter Socket

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The Square D 200 Amp Residential Ringless Meter Socket with no bypass surface mounts to provide for a single electric meter. It accommodates multiple wiring configurations for A size hub provision in the top end wall and a 2-1/2 in. maximum knockout in the bottom end-wall. The meter main uses an aluminum bus, is single phase, three wires, and features a NEMA 3R rated enclosure for outdoor use. This unit is ANSI certified and UL listed for use as service entrance equipment with a maximum load of 600 VAC Max. This 4-jaw meter socket is compatible with and neutral.

  • Square D 200 Amp ringless 4-jaw single meter socket with no bypass
  • Accommodates an only underground feed
  • Suitable for use as service entrance equipment
  • Ringless design with no bypass
  • 600 VAC max
  • Single phase, 3-wire design
  • NEMA type 3R enclosure for outdoor use
  • UL listed and ANSI certified
  • Made in the USA
  • Check with your local utility to ensure this product meets their requirements
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Customer Questions & Answers

How high above ground must the top of the pedestal be located ?

Asked by: Grecs
Thank you for your inquiry. This device is marked with install information. Please verify with local Utility to ensure all requirements are met.
Answered by: SchneiderCustomerCare
Date published: 2016-03-10

Is this for free standing or to fasten to a wall or pole?

Asked by: ronnie
It would be free standing, near a house that has a septic tank also.
Answered by: Grecs
Date published: 2016-03-10

are these set in concrete when you install before duke energy hooks up the service ?

are these set in concrete when you install before duke energy hooks up the service ?
Asked by: pooh
Pooh, UHTRP242363 are usually just set below grade level, the dirt, but NOT concrete. Hope this helps. Schneider Electric Customer Care
Answered by: SchneiderCustomerCare
Date published: 2017-02-09

Can Duke energy refuse service to this pedestal since from what I can tell it's not on the MEG list of approved meters?

Asked by: Familyguy783
Yes, local utilities may refuse to connect to equipment not included on their approved list.
Answered by: SchneiderCustomerCare
Date published: 2016-06-07
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