Local control switchboards LCS

Local control switchboards LCS

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Local control switchboards of LCS series are designed for the local and distant automatic control of the three-phase electrical drivers or other energy consuming equipment.

They are produced for one-side usage and designed for exploitation in the living apartments, municipal and civil buildings.

The nominal working regime is intermittent continuous duty, intermittent duty and short-time duty according to the State Standard (12434-83).

The main technical characteristics of LCS

The name of the parameterThe magnitude
The nominal voltage, kV0.38
Frequency, Hz50
Nominal current, A
One feeder

The board typeone feeder; two-feeder

The design

The switchboards of LCS series as a rule have add-on construction. The non-framework models have the enclosure of the MKH type. The equipment is installed as a panel inside the enclosure of the control board. The rubber cord plays the role of the multiplex to the board with the IР54 level of protection of the enclosure. The lead-in and outlet of the supply lines underneath is made in any combination. The hatch in the bottom is used for led-in an outlet of the outside conductors. This hatch provides the leading-in conductors into the control panel through the tube, by different cables or in other different ways. The door is locked down. The door and the enclosure are separated by the grounding. The installation of the switchboards is universal and can be done with the fixing arm or with anchors fixed through the holes in the back wall (imperceptible). The fixing arms are characterized as universal ones because they give variety of usage and can be placed in horizontal as well in vertical position. The deinstallation from the front is provided by the installation of the complete equipment in this device. The switchboards can be installed on the columns, walls and other different vertical surfaces.