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Medium-voltage switchgear
metal-cladSF6 gas-insulatedpower distribution

medium-voltage switchgear
medium-voltage switchgear
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Characteristics

Electrical characteristics
medium-voltage
Configuration
metal-clad, SF6 gas-insulated
Applications
power distribution
Current

600 A, 1,200 A, 2,000 A, 25,000 A

VAC

23.9 V, 25.8 V

Description

Gas Insulated Switchgear Description Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS) offers high reliability, safety, and maintenance-free features in a much smaller space, compared with conventional switchgear. Features ‧High reliability ○The live parts are sealed in metal enclosures filled with pure SF6 gas. Thus, it is protected from contamination by smoke,  chemical fumes, dust or salt-laden spray or as ingress of small animals. This protection prevents the inside components  from oxidation and rust caused by oxygen and moisture. ‧Space reduction  ○A medium voltage GIS can be installed into a space about half that required for a conventional type air-insulated metal-clad  switchgear. ‧High safety  ○All the live parts are fully enclosed in grounded metal enclosures. Thus, there is no danger of an electric shock. SF6 is an  inert, non-flammable, non-toxic, and odorless gas used as an insulation and arc extinguishing medium. Therefore, it is safe  for personnel and there is no fire hazard. ‧Reduced maintenance costs  ○Since the live parts are fully enclosed in an oxygen-free and moisture-free environment, there is no aging decay. This leads  to a reduction in labor costs for maintenance and inspection. ‧Short installation time  ○A GIS of about four panels can be transported fully constructed. The GIS can be energized by connecting external power  cables to the pre-fabricated plug-in type terminals. Thus, shortening installation time.

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