NHP Electrical Engineering Products P/L—DC Solar Isolator Switches

Identifying features


What are the defects?

The switch contact mechanism may overheat due to an internal fault; this could result in damage of the switch mechanism, internal arcing and potential damage to the enclosure and cables which could allow access to live parts.

What are the hazards?

If the defect occurs there is the risk of fire and electric shock.

What should consumers do?

Electrical Contractors/Installers:
Defective DC Solar Isolator switches type KDA-432 and KDM4-32 are required to be replaced. PV systems with these switches need to be shut down and safe isolation procedures need to be followed. For further details contact NHP Electrical Engineering Products Pty Ltd by phone or email.

Home owner/consumer:
Contact your electrical contractor that performed the installation ASAP to organise the replacement of the switch. For further information contact NHP Customer Service Centre

Customer Service Centre: Phone 1300 NHPNHP (1300 647 647) or email to nhpsales@nhp.com.au. Visit our web page www.nhp.com.au/recall for further details

Re-sellers: Cease supplying switches and arrange returns to NHP by contacting (03) 9368 4088 or email NHPReturns@nhp.com.au. Visit www.nhp.com.au/recall for further details.

NHP Electrical Engineering Products P/L
Traders who sold this product

Via electrical wholesalers and direct customer sales

Where the product was sold
Dates available for sale
  • 11 July 2013 - 10 October 2014

Responsible regulator

Energy Safe (VIC) is the responsible regulator for this recall.

Energy Safe (VIC)
Product category