CENTERLINE 2100 motor control center
Nov 19, 2009
CENTERLINE 2100 motor control centerThe CENTERLINE 2100 motor control center (MCC) with ArcShield helps reduce arc flash hazards while providing users with increased protection against internal electrical arcing faults. The CENTERLINE 2100 MCC, which offers arc-resistant features in a low voltage design (up to 600 volts), helps improve personnel safety with a variety of built-in protective features designed to reduce and minimize arc flash hazards. The CENTERLINE 2100 MCC with ArcShield meets Type 2 accessibility requirements (as defined by IEEE C37.20.7-2007), helping to shield personnel from the effects of an internal arcing fault on the front, rear and sides of the enclosure. Pairing with IntelliCENTER technology helps users perform remote monitoring, configuration, and troubleshooting of their MCC, all while outside the arc flash boundary, helping to further reduce exposure to arc flash hazards. ArcShield is built on the rugged structural design and inherent safety features of the CENTERLINE 2100 MCC, including a recessed horizontal bus and labyrinth vertical bus support, which helps to prevent arcs from spreading between phases; true unit and wireway isolation; and special arc-containment door latches that help deliver an extra level of protection against internal electrical arcing faults that may occur when the doors are closed and latched. The addition of patent-pending arc-resistant baffles on the CENTERLINE 2100 MCC with ArcShield allows users to choose the full range of MCC units, even units that require venting, such as variable frequency drives (VFDs), while maintaining Type 2 accessibility.
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