Uniquip Industries—PV Array Rotary DC Isolator

Identifying features

GEN3DC-25, GEN3DC-32, SPMDCISO25, SPMDCISO32

What are the defects?

The products internal contacts may have a fault, where a high resistance connection may form.

What are the hazards?

There is a risk that the DC isolator may overheat and catch fire.

What should consumers do?

Shut down the system immediately by following the shut down procedure appearing on the label located in main switchboard or mounted near invertor. If you are unsure or cannot identify types of isolators you have, check operating manual or invoice. If you are still unsure contact the company who sold or installed the system for further advice.

You do not need a electrician to shut down the system, however you should seek assistance from a solar company if you are unsure of how to carry out the shutdown procedure safely.

Electrical Contractors/Installers/consumers:

The DC Isolators are required to be replaced. For a replacement program contact Uniquip by phoning 0457505122, emailing prp@uniquip.net.au or website http://www.uniquip.net.au/prp

Wholesalers/Resellers:

Cease supplying GEN3 / SPM DC Isolators and arrange returns by contacting Uniquip by phoning 0457505122, emailing prp@uniquip.net.au or website http://www.uniquip.net.au/prp for further details.

For further information:

Please direct all questions to Uniquip by phoning 0457505122, emailing prp@uniquip.net.au or website http://www.uniquip.net.au/prp

Traders who sold this product

Sold through Electrical Wholesalers or direct to solar contractors / installlers

Where the product was sold
Queensland
Western Australia
Dates available for sale
  • 20 December 2012 - 1 March 2014

Recall enquiries

Electrical Safety Office (QLD) is the responsible regulator for this recall.

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