Source transfer switchgear system

Eaton Cooper’s power series Pad-mounted Source Transfer switchgear system is designed for facilities that require highly dependable power, such as health care, data center, and other mission critical applications.

10/29/2015


Eaton Cooper’s power series Pad-mounted Source Transfer switchgear system is designed for facilities that require highly dependable power, such as health care, data center, and other mission critical applications. Courtesy: Eaton CooperEaton's Cooper's power series Pad-mounted Source Transfer (PST) switchgear system is designed for facilities that require dependable power. PST is engineered to transfer electrical loads between primary, secondary, and emergency sources to support critical electrical equipment during a power outage. It simplifies the installation with integrated protection, transfer, system metering, event diagnostics, communications, and customized logic. The PST system detects problems with the power source and switches to an alternate utility source or a backup generator. It provides short transfer time, parallel restoration to normal power, as well as starts and cools the generator. The source-transfer system is also designed for installation in harsh outdoor environments.

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