Perhaps you have noticed and new subset of Allen Bradley MCC buckets? Perhaps not. But they're there. 600V buckets. What this means is that these buckets were pulled from a 600V system instead of the 480V that most efficient American low-voltage electrical systems use.
Practically speaking it just means the small transformer is a bit different. The transformer is used to convert the incoming voltage to 120A for the starter coil is a 600-120V instead of a 480-120V. Everything else about the bucket is absolutely the same. So if you find a 600V bucket that needs to be converted to 480V, we can do that! We'll just change out the transformer for no charge and you'll be set!
Most of our 600V buckets are Allen Bradley, but there are also CH/Westinghouse Type Ws and 2100 Series and GE 8000 Series. The same transformer rule applies to all these bucket.