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Rittal’s RiLine60 component adaptors

02 January 2013

Riline60, with its shielded busbar system, is established in the automation and switchgear market. With its design and speedy installation RiLine60 is said to offer a safe method of distributing power within cabinets. Busbar ratings of up to 1600A and an extensive range of adaptors offer the designer flexibility.

To reduce installation time and costs Rittal have introduced a new range of moulded case circuit breaker adaptors with laminated copper connections pre-configured into the adaptor.

The mccb is mounted to the adaptor by 2 fixing screws and the power connections simply secure onto the mccb terminals. Options are available for both top or bottom outgoing cable connection. Available mccb ratings are 250A, 400A and 630A.

Adaptors have been designed for leading circuit breaker manufactures: ABB, Allan Bradley, Eaton, GE, Mitsubishi, Siemens and Terasaki.


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