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A-Box

Automatic reserve switch boards A-Box series.

Price: 800 $
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The equipment is used in facilities of the first and second reliability classes where power supply interruptions are unacceptable: hospitals, data processing centers, banks and others.

  • A compact solution for the organization of reliable power supply system to consumers of the 1st and 2nd reliability classes.
  • All conductive parts of the input switching device protected from direct contact by operating and maintenance personnel.
  • Input of power supply by busbars is from above/below, by cable – from above/below.
    Output of power supply by busbars is from above/below, by cable – from above/below.
    Busbar arrangement is performed with copper busbars.
  • Cabinets installed on the cable channel, plinth or mounted on the wall.
  • The cabinet door equipped with mnemonic scheme displaying the voltage indication at the input and the position of the switching devices (on/off).
  • The design of the cabinet provides convenient and safe connection of the incoming and outgoing lines.
  • Automated input device cabinets are equipped with electromagnetic (circuit) and mechanical locks.
  • Automatic reserve switching.
  • Voltage network monitoring.
  • Protection of the downstream equipment during overloads and short-circuit currents.
  • Power supply of data processing centers, banks, hospitals, residential and commercial buildings.
  • Possibility of electric power calculation meters installation, which are included in the State Register of Measuring Instruments of Ukraine.
  • Cabinets made from all-welded metal structures with removable side, upper, back walls and doors.
  • The metal structure frameworks and removal parts are coated with powder paint RAL 7035 (7032) color.
  • Standard section height from 600 to 1800 mm, section width 400/1000 mm, section depth from 250 to 600 mm.
  • Metal thickness – doors, frame 2 mm, side, back and upper walls – 1,2 mm.
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