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Ri4Power circuit-breaker selection increased

03 February 2010

Rittal's Ri4Power low-voltage switchgear system Form 1-4 has been tested for accommodating the new circuit-breakers from Moeller, Cutler-Hammer, and Eaton

This means that the Ri4Power circuit-breaker sections are now suitable for circuit-breakers from all well-known manufacturers, including ABB, Mitsubishi, Schneider, Siemens, and Terasaki.

Switchgear manufacturers now have at their disposal circuit-breakers from no less than eight manufacturers which can be installed quickly and easily. They are used where infeeds for switchgear and the output of large currents from switchgear take place. The advantage of Rittal's Ri4Power Form 2-4 is that all established power circuit-breakers can be quickly and easily installed.

Air circuit-breakers (ACB) can be provided as fixed or rack mounted (or freely positionable) with a complete and suitable connection technology. Rittal's Maxi-PLS or Flat-PLS busbar systems allow connections with currents of up to 5500 A.

The consistently modular system and the high manufacturing quality of the Ri4Power Form 1-4 guarantee the ultimate in safety and efficiency during assembly.


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