Motorpact

Motorpact motor starter range with fused vacuum contactors : for motors up to 3800 kW at 7,2 kV
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Motorpact
MV motor starter with vacuum contactor up to 7.2 kV
  • Presentation

    • Motorpact motor starter range with fused vacuum contactors : for motors up to 3800 kW at 7,2 kV
    • Designed and manufactured to tackle the toughest power and process control challenges, our motor starter feature industry-first innovations that provide unmatched performance, high reliability, low maintenance and exclusive technologies.
    • Performances:
    . Technology:Vacuum
    . Standard : IEC/NEMA
    . Rated voltage:7.2 kV
    . Busbar system:Single
    . Rated current busbar:3150A
    . Rated operational current:200/400A
    . Rated peak withstand current:50 kA
    . Internal Arc Classification:AFLR 25kA/1s - 40kA/0.5s- 50kA/0.25s
    . Loss of service continuity : LSC 2A
    . Partition class:PI


  • Benefits

    A dazzling feeder for winning solutions
    • Full safety:fully tested to internal arc withstand, safe compartimented to prevent inadvertent access…
    • Maintenability:high endurance, thermal diagnosis system for predictive maintenance
    • Reliability:simple architecture providing simple and robust interlock, pre-engineered solutions providing proven designs for the full ranges of motor applications
    • Compactness and flexibility:one design allowing front, rear top and bottom cables entries, and extension to other Schneider Electric Equipment.
  • Applications

    • Compressor, pump
    • Ventilator, conveyor
    • Crusher
    • ...
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