Increased safety distribution is the answer for highly critical sites with specific requirements concerning operation, maintenance and upgrading.

 

EACH APPLICATION HAS ITS INCREASED SAFETY LEVEL

 

Each site has its critical points: it is important to assess them carefully in order to optimise economic performance by choosing the most appropriate Increased Safety level. To define the increased safety level it is essential to ask the right questions: what do I want from my panel during operation, for maintenance and when upgrading?

 


 

VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION FOR IS 333

 

Extremely critical site
Continuity of service essential

Examples of sites:
Operating theatre
Data centre
Industry

  

VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION FOR IS 233

 

Highly critical site/
Power shutdown permitted for tests

Examples of sites:
Logistics platform
Trading floor

  

VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION FOR IS 223

 

Critical site.
Shutdown of functional unit permitted,
requiring work on connections.

Examples of sites:
Airport
Clinic
Nursing home

  


 

6 key innovations provide an ideal answer to the requirements of Increased Safety levels up to IS 333.

 

  

INNOVATION 1

 

Column chassis for the back of
enclosures, totally IPxxb when
powered-up

  

INNOVATION 2

 

Top horizontal busbar/column chassis
connection kit.

  

INNOVATION 3

 

HX³ IS 400 A row distribution block for
mounting DPX³ moulded case MCBs and
DX³ modular circuit breakers on a row.

  

INNOVATION 4

 

Bases for all protection devices and the
various IS levels with test position.

  

INNOVATION 5

 

Universal base suitable for all
requirements: motor MCBs, contactors,
electronic control boxes, etc.

  

INNOVATION 6

 

HX³ IS 125 A row distribution block
enabling a modular row to be added
while powered-up.

  

 

 

 

Increased safety distribution is the answer for highly critical sites with specific requirements concerning operation, maintenance and upgrading.

 

EACH APPLICATION HAS ITS INCREASED SAFETY LEVEL

 

Each site has its critical points: it is important to assess them carefully in order to optimise economic performance by choosing the most appropriate Increased Safety level. To define the increased safety level it is essential to ask the right questions: what do I want from my panel during operation, for maintenance and when upgrading?

 


 

VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION FOR IS 333

 

Extremely critical site
Continuity of service essential

Examples of sites:
Operating theatre
Data centre
Industry

  

VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION FOR IS 233

 

Highly critical site/
Power shutdown permitted for tests

Examples of sites:
Logistics platform
Trading floor

  

VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION FOR IS 223

 

Critical site.
Shutdown of functional unit permitted,
requiring work on connections.

Examples of sites:
Airport
Clinic
Nursing home

  


 

6 key innovations provide an ideal answer to the requirements of Increased Safety levels up to IS 333.

 

  

INNOVATION 1

 

Column chassis for the back of
enclosures, totally IPxxb when
powered-up

  

INNOVATION 2

 

Top horizontal busbar/column chassis
connection kit.

  

INNOVATION 3

 

HX³ IS 400 A row distribution block for
mounting DPX³ moulded case MCBs and
DX³ modular circuit breakers on a row.

  

INNOVATION 4

 

Bases for all protection devices and the
various IS levels with test position.

  

INNOVATION 5

 

Universal base suitable for all
requirements: motor MCBs, contactors,
electronic control boxes, etc.

  

INNOVATION 6

 

HX³ IS 125 A row distribution block
enabling a modular row to be added
while powered-up.