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Vacuum switchgear GVR series

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Characteristics

Configuration
vacuum
Current

630 A

VAC

15.5 kV, 27 kV, 38 kV

Description

BRUSH Switchgear’s world renowned GVR Recloser was the first in a range of equipment utilising one of the most advanced operating mechanisms available on the market, featuring the award-winning magnetic actuator technology. Key Features Superior, proven technology with minimal maintenance BRUSH Switchgear’s, single coil magnetic actuator mechanism allows the GVR to operate independently of the MV supply Environmentally friendly vacuum interruption produces no by-products The lightweight corrosion resistant aluminium tank makes the GVR easier to transport and install The EPDM or silicone bushings are tested for tracking and erosion to IEC 61109 and are resistant to damage from vandalism or mishandling Endurance tested to 10,000 operations Pole mounted or substation mounted, the GVR can be integrated into the most advanced distribution automation schemes, or can operate as a stand-alone recloser By using the advanced control and protection functions of the Beckwith M-7679, the GVR can also be used in applications where reclosers have not traditionally been used such as closed rings and underfrequency load shedding schemes The 3-in-1 Recloser – the GVR can be configured to function as a Switch, Sectionaliser or Recloser by using one of the specially pre-engineered protection and control cubicles Protection Options Polarr The Polarr is the standard relay package for the GVR, offering full auto-reclose protection and control functionality. Beckwith The Beckwith M-7679 Relay offers the optimum levels of advanced control and protection for distribution networks.

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