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MCC Panel

MCC Panel

Product Details

Construction Type Compartmentalize Non- Compartmentalize/Cubical
Starter Type Star-delta Starter DOL Starter RDOL Starter Forward reserve Starter
Max. rated Starter 250KW
Rated operated voltage 440V
Degree of Protection Up to IP54
Component selection As per type 2 Co-ordinate chart for respective Switchgear make
Ambient temp Design Ambient temp. standard 40°C Operated 45°C & 50°C
Inspection and Testing Routine Test Control/Interlock Test HV Test Megger Test Continuity Test
Application Motor-driven machinery Treatment plant Process plant Pumping Station
Fabrication CRCA sheet steel Structure,door, cover: 1.6 mm thick Gland plate: 3mm thick

We offer an extensive range of MCC Panel (Motor Control Center) that is a device used to control and actualize the performance of an electric motor. These MCC Panels are offered in a wide variety such as compartmentalized with ACB/ MCCB SFU, DOL, ATS or Star Delta Starters. This range of MCC Panels can be fully drawn out with incoming and outgoing feeders or non draw out type. The MCC Panels are extensively used for reducing start voltage, reversing control or varying the speed as per requirement and for protection against overloads and faults.

  • Control centre can be single or double front operated
  • Floor mounted design
  • Automatic/ manual means of starting and stopping the motor
  • Fully drawn out with incoming and outgoing feeders or non draw out type

 

Busbar Arrangement

    The Busbar shall be housed in a separate compartment. The Busbar shall be isolated with 3 mm thick FRC or acrylic sheet to avoid any accidental contact. The Busbar shall be arranged such that minimum clearances between the Busbar are maintained as per below.
  • Between phases : 27 mm min.
  • Between phases and neutral : 25 mm min.
  • Between phases and earth : 25 mm min.
  • Between neutral and earth : 23 mm min.

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