Qed 2 distribution sections include i line circuit

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QED-2 distribution sections include I-Line ® circuit breakers. With I-Line plug-on circuit breaker construction, the line end of the circuit breaker plugs directly onto the I-Line panel bus assembly. This design allows you to quickly install and wire circuit breakers from the front of the switchboard. In addition, I-Line circuit breakers are keyed to mounting slots in the support pan for automatic alignment and faster installation. I-Line switchboard sections are available in single- or double-row construction. If you require higher feeder ampacities, QED-2 switchboards are available with individually mounted branch devices up to 4,000 A. They include both thermal-magnetic and electronic trip molded case circuit breakers. For equipment ground fault protection you can use electronic trip. With QED-2 switchboards, you can also specify options such as automatic throw-over systems. Hospital Application Service entrance switchboard Paralleling switchboards Building and HVAC distribution switchboards Features Front accessible load connections Front and rear alignment standard Switchboard fed by cable, busway, transformer, QED switchboard or other Switchboard ratings through 5000 A, 200 kA; higher amperages available Thermal-magnetic, electronic, Micrologic or stored energy fix-mounted and Masterpact NW drawout mounted circuit breaker mains and feeders Main devices in six sub-division or single main configurations Main and branch devices in single section configuration Main lugs in separate section in line-up or behind devices Group-mounted mains and branches Thermal-magnetic and electronic circuit breakers with standard, high, extra-high or current limiting capability Exclusive Micrologic ® trip circuit breakers, 80% or 100% rated. Zone selective interlocking on Micrologic circuit breakers, group-mounted 100 A/250 A thermal- magnetic circuit breakers with add-on ground fault. PowerLogic ® system customer metering from ammeter, voltmeter, wattmeter to waveform capture, data logging, alarm/relay functions, disturbance monitoring and programmable logic, including custom communications capability and inter-wiring
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30 Custom engineering including main-tie-mains, multiple sets of through bus, reduced height and engineered houses 4-pole breakers are optional Transfer switches are optional Automatic throw-over systems are optional Panelboards Engineering and maintenance managers, engineering consultants and contractors prefer Square D ® I- Line ® NF and NQOD panelboards for use in hospital applications because these products are widely recognized as the industry leaders in reliability and versatility. 600 V Panelboards – I-Line ® Hospital Applications Paralleling panelboards Cafeteria equipment Building and HVAC distribution panels Main Breaker Panelboards Accept a maximum 1200 A, thermal magnetic 80% or 100% rated electronic main and branch breakers Available factory-assembled or merchandised
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