MCC Panel

A motor control center (MCC) is an assembly of one or more enclosed sections having a common power bus and principally containing motor control units. Motor control centers are in modern practice a factory assembly of several motor starters. A motor control center can include variable frequency drives, programmable controllers, and metering and may also be the electrical service entrance for the building. Motor control centers have been used by the automobile manufacturing industry which used large numbers of electric motors. Today they are used in many industrial and commercial applications. Where very dusty or corrosive processes are used, the motor control center may be installed in a separate air-conditioned room, but often an MCC will be on the factory floor adjacent to the machinery controlled.

Electrical System Specifications

Specification Details
Applications Operation, Control & protection of distribution network with or without PLC/BMS Connectivity
System 3 Phase, 3 or 4 wire, 50Hz
Rated Current Up to 4000 Amps
Operational Voltage 24/110/230V 415V AC
Rated Insulation 1000V
Rated Service Voltage 690V
Ambient Temperature 45°C
Short Time Current 50KA for 1Sec, 105KA peak
Degree of Protection IP42-IP54
Form of Separation Up to 3B/4B
Type Tested for Short Time Current withstand Temperature Rise Degree of Protection
Bus Bar System Interleaved above 1600A
Bus Bar Aluminium or Copper
Reference Standard IEC61439-1:2009, IS:8623
Feeder Configuration Semi Drawout or Fixed Type