Automatic Transfer Switch
PC Class Automatic Transfer Switch
CB Class Automatic Transfer Switch
Moulded Case Circuit Breaker
Miniature Circuit Breaker
Air Circuit Breaker
Control and Protection Switch
What is the difference between a miniature circuit breaker and a molded case circuit breaker
by admin on 22-08-22
The main function of miniature circuit breaker (MCB) circuit breaker enclosures and a large number of circuit breaker products is to provide maintenance for building electrical terminal power distribution equipment. Since both are circuit breakers and plastic case circuit breakers are mainly used...
Basic principle of automatic transfer switch appliances ATS
by admin on 22-08-08
1. An overview of how ATS works Automatic transfer switch appliance is abbreviated as ATS, is the abbreviation of Automatic Transfer switching equipment. The ATS is mainly used in emergency power supply systems to automatically switch load circuits from one power supply to another (standby) power...
What is an air circuit breaker and what is its main function
by admin on 22-07-30
1. Air switch An air switch, also known as an air circuit breaker, is a type of circuit breaker. It is a power switch that automatically cuts off only when the current in the circuit exceeds the rated voltage. The air switch is a very important electrical appliance in the distribution room networ...
Selection of dual power automatic transfer switch
by admin on 22-07-27
In recent years, due to the sharp increase of China’s ATSE market, production enterprises (especially CB level ATSE enterprises) have also increased rapidly.The automatic transfer switch equipment(ATSE) is very important. With the continuous development of social productivity and the impr...
What’s the difference among the ATS, EPS and UPS? How to choose?
by admin on 22-07-27
ATS (YES1 series products) referred to as Automatic Transfer Switch or Dual Power Transfer Switch is mainly made of the components of molded case circuit breaker MCCB (CB) or isolating switch (PC). According to the provisions of the national standard GB/T14048.11-2008, it is divided into three ...
The working principle of isolating switch – the difference between isolating switch and circuit breaker
by admin on 22-07-19
Introducing the isolating switch: Isolation switch is one of the most widely used electrical appliances in high-voltage switching appliances. As the name suggests, it is supposed to play an isolation role in the circuit. Its own working principle and structure are relati...
What is an isolating switch? What is the function of the isolation switch? how to choose?
by admin on 22-07-16
What is an isolating switch? What is the function of the isolation switch? how to choose? The so-called isolating switch is the big knife switch, which is the kind that is installed at the door. Can effectively cut off the power. Under high voltage, the isolating switch ...
Design Principle and Wiring Diagram of Dual Power Automatic Transfer Switch ATSE
by admin on 22-07-14
The selection of automatic transfer switching appliances (ATSE) should mainly meet the following requirements: When using PC-class automatic transfer switching appliances, should be able to withstand the expected short-circuit current of the circuit, and the rated current of ATSE should not be l...
Special Type ATSE- New Integration Special Type ATSE Dual Power Supply Configuration Scheme
by admin on 22-07-13
New integration special type ATSE dual power supply configuration scheme is a circuit breaker with parallel two sets of single module spring operation mechanism. Pole adopts two vacuum arc extinguishing chambers in each phase as one solid seal design, and the upper contact arm is separated from ...
The Requirements of Dual Power Switch for Switching Pole Number
by admin on 22-07-13
Whether the neutral line needs to be disconnected when switching between transformer power supply and generator power supply (including the use of dual power automatic transfer switch) depends on a number of conditions or factors, including the type of grounding system of the two power loops, whe...
What is the difference between a molded case circuit breaker and an air circuit breaker?
by admin on 22-07-08
The air circuit breaker is connected to the circuit, disconnects and carries the rated working current and common fault currents such as short-circuit fault and overload protection. maintain. Air circuit breakers are generally low voltage, that is, the rated working stan...
Classification of isolating switches
by admin on 22-07-02
Isolation switches can be divided into horizontal rotation, vertical rotation, plug-in and other electrical equipment isolation switches. Isolation switches can be divided into single-column, two-column and three-column electrical isolating switches. This is a switchgear...
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