Meiji Electric can provide an equipment that has all the necessary components for electrical distribution in a powerfully designed stand-alone enclosure.

Introducing the new Meiji Unitized Panel!

The Meiji Unitized Panel is a versatile,high-performanceand unique solution, to electrical power supply distribution in industrial plants, commercial buildings and corporations, for centralized power control. This can be used in practically all commercial and industrial complexes.

Meiji Unitized Panel can be assembled in NEMA-1, free standing G#14 enclosures with the following main components:

  1. Main Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS)
  2. Sub-main Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS)
  3. Distribution Panel
  4. Power Panel with Tie Breaker System


All main sections are clearly compartmentalized for independent operation, complete with digital metering that will allow you to access 19 parameter readings. The panel board wiring slot is spacious to allow easy top access for wire pulls, and convenient connection of field wiring to the branch circuit breakers. The result is a compact, all-in-one power center. Meiji Unitized Panel is engineered, fabricated, fully assembled, completely wired with strict quality control, and properly tested before delivery to customers.


Meiji Unitized Panel is easily accessible to qualified personnel, providing centralized control. Now, electrical control system is more organized, and future load developments are easily accommodated.

Contact us right away and see how we can help you enhance your electrical supply system!




There was a recent report about a teenage girl who died after being electrocuted in a pool area at a condominium in Mandaluyong City.


The victim and her two siblings were swimming in the pool area inside a condominium last Tuesday night when the incident happened. She came out of the water to transfer to another pool but then she was electrocuted. Her two siblings were also hurt by the electric current but they survived. According to them, they were not aware of the live wire near the pool as there were no warning signs and lifeguards. The girl moved from one pool to another where she was electrocuted and died on the spot.

May this incident once again serve as a reminder that in commercial establishments or even in industrial companies which involves wet working areas, we should be more cautious to prevent accidents such as these.

Philippine Electric Code (PEC) proclaimed Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) installation as one of the standards and safety precautions we should follow. Having a GFCI set up is a remedy to these situations because of its safety features and practical usage.

Swimming pools that are designed with colorful lights can be dangerous as they involve electricity. Setting up your swimming pool with residual current breakers provides safety and protection for the people from deadly electric shocks.

Meiji Residual Current Circuit Breaker with Over-current (RCBO) is a circuit control that is very suitable for wet areas as it acquires accurate ground fault circuit interrupting feature. It’s a breaker that every commercial establishment should have. It automatically shuts off an electric circuit when it detects a current flow along an unintended path, possibly through water or by human body.

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Meiji RCBOs can protect electrical system against ground faults, overload, over-voltage and short circuit. We also recommend Meiji RCBOs to be enclosed with NEMA standardized Meiji Panel Enclosures which can cover the breakers from elements like dusts and corrosive particles.

Similarly, homes can be immune electric shocks as Meiji has now innovated a GFCI outlet.

Meiji GFCI outlets are protective outlets designed to shut off an electric circuit when it detects current imbalance. Meiji GFCI outlets are usually installed in wet places like kitchen, bathrooms and pool areas. Many opt to use it for electronic devices such as shavers and hair dryers which are normally placed inside the bathroom.


Meiji GFCI outlets, GF-250 (220V), LG-20 (110V) and the new MGF 250 are UL and CSA certified. These can be set up easily since they can be installed as ordinary wall outlets. Hence, you can simply plug-in your device without difficulty. GF-250 and LG-20 are duplex outlets with 20 ampere capacity which is enough to plug in 2 devices at the same time.

MGF 250 is rated at 20 amperes and 250V with a combination of international and universal outlets which can accommodate any type of plug.

These three have a safety test button to make sure that the ground fault detection feature is working properly.

Meiji GFCIs are of polycarbonate glossy white finish that brings style to your home!

As our country goes with the advancement in homes and commercial establishments, safety precautions and standards should be paid more attention to avoid life threatening accidents. With Meiji GFCI, be protected with fatal electric shocks.

install circuit breakersIn this modern world, circuit breakers are becoming more of a requirement than a nondescript accessory in a home. For all security and safety reasons, circuit breakers is a must-have mechanism to prevent hazards like fires and problems related to electrical current as they function to cut off power when the load surmount to higher than normal. In this article, we will discuss the steps on how to upgrade the circuit breaker.

Friendly Note: If you’re an inexperienced electrician, doing the steps yourself at home might pose some danger, so it would be better if you can call out a professional or ask somehow who has been trained and equipped with skills to accomplish the steps.

Here are the requirements to complete the action: upgraded circuit breaker, wire strippers and electric service panel.

Ways on How You Can Upgrade a Circuit Breaker

1.     First is to inspect the service panel to check the connections of the outlets and switches to the circuits control. This is also to know if your home is wired with sufficient power for your appliances and electrical devices when they are plugged to one or multiple circuits. If the area is too dim, bring a flashlight and/or portable lighting equipment or turn on a light bulb for proper illumination.

2.    Notice the peak loads on the circuit and take the measurement of everything that is connected to that circuit. If you see that the load is not enough, you may be required to have additional circuits. But note that adding such requires permission from the building or house and coordination with your electrician for closer inspection.

3.       Know the full capacity of the circuit and compare the number with the one existing in your circuit’s load. Then determine the electric service that is needed to do the upgrade. Anything above 150 amperes to 400 amperes, for instance, may not be accepted – this is a case to case basis.

4.       Once decided, carefully remove the main breaker and main service panel and disconnect existing circuits from the panel. The electric utility provider must be informed that they shut off the service in the meantime while the upgrade is ongoing.

5.       Bring in the new circuit breakers and install them into the available slots on the service panel.

6.       Connect the new circuit breaker to the circuits respectively through the wires.

7.       When the wires of the circuit are connected successfully to the breaker with secured assembly, call the electric utility provider once again. This time, inform them that they can restore power in your home.

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 As noted above, you can follow these instructions by yourself only if you have some skills and experience to switch and upgrade into a new circuit breaker. If not, it’s best not to compromise on safety and let the electricians do the work for you as the task may be dangerous.