New busbar system

Published:  11 September, 2015

RITTAL says protecting people who work with electrical switchgear is of paramount importance and says it addresses all considerations within its busbar system “Ri4Power 185mm” and its new (Version 6.3) of the Rittal Power Engineering software.

Energy distribution in industrial plants and buildings often depends on the subsequent use of the power supply, which means distribution is typically individually configured within different outlet circuits.

Rittal says it goes without saying that energy distribution must always be safe and comply with the statutory requirements, all of which is integral to the new “Ri4Power 185mm” busbar system.

This modular system consists of standardised and tested products which are all said to meet the requirements of IEC 61 439 for low-voltage switchgear assemblies with design verification.

w: www.rittal.co.uk /www.friedhelm-loh-group.com

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