Arc-resistant medium-voltage drive

SC9000 encapsulated powerpole (EP) arc-resistant drive is a fully integrated arc-resistant medium-voltage drive certified to CSA C22.2 No.22-11 and witness-tested to IEEE C37.20.7 through extensive assessment at a third-party laboratory.

04/14/2016


Eaton's SC9000 encapsulated powerpole (EP) arc-resistant drive is a fully integrated arc-resistant medium-voltage drive certified to CSA C22.2 No.22-11 and witness-tested to IEEE C37.20.7 through extensive assessment at a third-party laboratory. The drives build on Eaton's highly reliable and award-winning SC9000 EP platform, allowing customers to achieve energy savings while reducing facility downtime and enhancing personnel safety. Eaton engineered the solution with arc-fault-detection circuits to prevent the possibility of an arc fault upon powering the drive. Should an arc event occur after power-up, Eaton's patented inverter encapsulation and short circuit protection technologies help prevent fault propagation and limit arc fault energy.

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