Rittal simplifies LV switchgear assembly up to 5,500A
23 November 2010
Rittal has significantly expanded the flexibility and modularity of its Ri4Power low-voltage switchgear, combining it with designs 1 and 2-4 to form a single system technology, Ri4Power Form 1-4, and based on Rittal's TS8 enclosure system. This allows switchgear manufacturers to fabricate every known form of internal subdivision from one single set of modules. Units for very different needs and applications can be made with one and the same component.
Switchgear manufacturers now have access to three busbar systems for the different performance categories of one single low-voltage switchgear system. RiLine60 is a compact busbar system with component and connection adaptors for up to 1,600A. Maxi-PLS provides a compact busbar system of 1,000-4,000A, and Flat-PLS is a rugged busbar system for currents up to 5,500A.
It is possible to plan and configure the various combinations quickly and easil, with the aid of Rittal's Power Engineering software Version 5.0. Individual assembly plans can be drawn up for each enclosure field, and from these the switchgear manufacturer can quickly assign the different components and achieve problem-free assembly.
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