Low Voltage Distribution Equipment - CEU
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A switchboard is a component of an electrical distribution system which divides an electrical power feed into branch circuits, while providing a protective fuse or circuit breaker for each circuit, in a common enclosure.
This type of switchboard structure may include panelboards, dry type transformers, transfer switches, and blank back pans for field mounting other equipment.
The freestanding steel enclosure that houses all of the main components of low voltage switchgear.
Low voltage switchgear is highly functional low voltage distribution equipment used to protect, control, and monitor critical power electrical distribution systems safely and efficiently.
Switchgear is typically used as service entrance equipment in critical power applications.
_____ is the single point at which electrical service enters a building.
In switchgear this is the area reserved for incoming and outgoing power cable or busway connections.
A panelboard serves to protect branch circuits from overloads and short circuits.
_____ refers to applications that are so important to a user's enterprise they cannot sustain loss of power without incurring harmful loss of revenue, production or human safety.
Oil and vacuum insulated are two common types of panelboards.