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Offers acceleration times up to 30 seconds for medium duty, making it suitable for a long starting period We’ve taken these goals further with HVL/cc medium voltage metal enclosed switchgear. Its exclusive operational features offer a higher level of system protection, yet it also incorporates innovative design features that reduce the risk of costly maintenance problems. The major differentiating features of HVL/cc switchgear include: Smallest footprint in the industry (approximately one-quarter size of traditional medium voltage metal enclosed switchgear) – makes it ideal for retrofit applications requiring increased load or duplex switches. Compact footprint fits easily through standard doorways Compartmentalized construction – the fuse/cable compartment is isolated from the main bus, while the main switch contacts are housed in a sealed interrupter Low maintenance – Sealed for life interruption saves time and expense with maintenance-free main contacts and ground switch contacts. Prevents switch contamination especially in harsh environments Fault-making grounding switch (optional) – prevents access to “hot” fuse/cable compartment with mechanical interlock Front access – eliminates need for service space behind switchgear FuseLogic system – provides single-phase protection and blown fuse indication. This protects downstream motors from overheating due to negative sequence currents No other medium voltage metal enclosed switchgear on the market offers these advantages. When you make the comparison based on installation simplicity, performance, and total cost of ownership, HVL/cc switchgear becomes the clear choice for system protection and reliability.
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21 Medium Voltage Reduced Voltage Soft Start Controller This type of controller is typically used to start large motors that have special load conditions applications. Motorpact reduced voltage soft start (RVSS) motor control units provide: Pre-engineered, integrated motor control package for reduced voltage starting and soft stopping Allows customer to fine-tune the starting parameters to meet a wide variety of unique load conditions and to prevent voltage sags on the power system Offers a better alternative to traditional reactor or auto-transformer type reduced voltage starters Reduces voltage drop on the system while starting Allows the use of smaller medium voltage transformers for this application Transparent Ready ® Motorpact motor controllers allow users to view meter readings in real-time, without having to walk the entire facility. Plus, users can access a running minimum/maximum history, which can help users spot abnormal conditions. Medium Voltage Power Factor Correction Capacitors Reactivar ® metal enclosed medium voltage capacitor systems provide power factor correction, harmonic filtering and voltage regulation. Depending on the specific application issues and level of harmonic content in the network. Fixed, standard (MV5000), anti-resonant (MV6000) and filtered (MV7000)
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