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MCSet 17.5 kV

Primary AIS MV Switchgear withdrawable CB up to 17.5 kV 4000A

Part of Set Series

MCSet 17.5 kV is an indoor switchgear assembly that provides maximum user safety. It is intended to meet all electrical distribution needs up to 17.5kV and incorporates a set of innovative solutions

MCSet 17.5 kV
  • Features

    • Designed using proven techniques
    • High performance breaking devices
    • Digital protection and control system
    • A range of cubicles designed and tested for internal arc resistance

    Technology: SF6 and Vacuum
    Standard: IEC
    Rated voltage: Up to 17.5 kV
    Busbar system: Single
    Rated current busbar: Up to 4000 A
    Rated operational current: Up to 4000 A
    Short circuit rated current: Up to 50 kA
    Internal Arc Classification: Up to AFLR 50 kA/1s
    Loss of service continuity LSC 2B
    Partition class: PM

    Contractual warranty
    Period : 18 months


    • High level protection of people: each compartment 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 interlock that prevents all unauthorized operation.


    MCSet 17.5 kV is present on all electrical distribution applications
    • Energy: HV/MV substations MV/MV substations, nuclear power plant
    • Infrastructure: hospital, airports
    • Industries: oil, off-shore, merchant marine and navy

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