Circuit breakers with power control technology

The Emax 2 is a low-voltage circuit breaker with integrated energy management functions that monitor power usage and control installed loads and generators.

12/29/2014


The Emax 2 is a low-voltage circuit breaker with integrated energy management functions that monitor power usage and control installed loads and generators. Courtesy: ABBABB's Emax 2 is a low-voltage circuit breaker with integrated energy management functions that monitor power usage and control installed loads and generators. Emax 2 circuit breakers are designed to offer protection for power distribution as well as options designed specifically for generator applications. Mechanical design features include a frame that occupies less space and adjustable terminals. The Ekip Power Controller is available for Emax 2 circuit breakers for any application where control of power usage is needed. It monitors power as it flows through the circuit breaker and manages loads to keep total power use below the limit set by the user.

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