Low-voltage switchgear

Low-voltage switchgear features software–based upgrades to help reduce costs, shorten schedules, and increase reliability throughout the process of designing, installing, maintaining, and operating low–voltage power distribution switchgear.

03/01/2008


Low-voltage switchgear features software%%MDASSML%%based upgrades to help reduce costs, shorten schedules, and increase reliability throughout the process of designing, installing, maintaining, and operating low%%MDASSML%%voltage power distribution switchgear. A new high resistant ground fault (HRGF) feature identifies the location of the feeder breaker circuit where the ground fault exists with no added hardware, which saves time locating the fault. Ground fault priority tripping is also available. If a second HRGF ground fault occurs before the first one is fixed, the system will trip the feeder that has the fault based on the load prioritization identified by the user.

GE Consumer & Industrial Circle 454





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