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MCSet 24 kV

Medium Voltage switchgear (AIS type): SF6 withdrawable circuit-breaker up to 24 kV

MCset 24 kV is an indoor switchgear assembly that provides maximum user safety.It is intended to meet all electrical distribution needs from 24kV and incorporates a set of innovative solutions designed using proven techniques

MCSet 24 kV
  • Features

    . high performance breaking devices (SF6 technology)
    . digital protection and control system
    . designed and tested for internal arc resistance

    Performances:
    Technology: SF6
    . Standard: IEC
    . Rated voltage: 24kV
    . Busbar system: Single
    . Rated current busbar: 3150A
    . Rated operational current: 2500A
    Rated peak withstand current: 31.5kA
    Internal Arc Classification: A FLR 25kA/1s - 31.5kA/0.15s
    Loss of service continuity: LSC 2B
    Partition class: PM


    Benefits

    Choosing for peace of mind!

    • High level protection of people: each section is isolated from the others by earthed metal partitions, safety interlocking
    • Reduced maintenance and probability of failure: monitoring of temperature rise, indication of the fault zone
    • Safety operation: simple use, safety system that prevents all unauthorised operation

    Applications

    MCset 24 kV is present on all electrical distribution markets

    • Energy: HV/MV substations, MV/MV substations,
    • Infrastructure: hospital, airport
    • Industries: cement works, metallurgy

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