Types of Panels
Types of Panels we provide:
MCC CONTROL PANELS:
MCC Control Panels, as the name suggests, are designed to control motor operations from a single location. Each motor is outfitted with starters that are protected by switch gears. Contactors, overload relays or motor protection relays, push buttons, timers, and other components make up the majority of starters. Overloads and other faults such as single phasing under-voltage, undercurrent, overcurrent phase sequence, and so on are protected by the starters. However, separate or combined protection equipment is added to the starters for each protection. The starters can be protected against short circuits, overload, and other hazards by using MCBs, MCCBs, switch fuse units, and motor protection circuit breakers as per the need or requirements.
PCC CONTROL PANELS:
PCC Control Panels are the backbone of any industry or organisation, allowing power to be distributed. Power Distribution Boards are designed for power distribution in various industries, large buildings, and organisations, among others.
AMF CONTROL PANELS:
The AMF Control Panel is used to operate at two power supply systems, one main power supply and the other from a diesel generator power supply. The AMF Control Panel system operates on the premise that when the primary power supply is turned off, a signal is sent to the starting system of the backup power supply, which begins attempting to start it.
APFC CONTROL PANELS
The APFC panel is used to correct the power factor automatically. In some industrial applications, the loading pattern of the entire industry network will change from time to time. As a result, if you connect a fixed compensation, it will not be able to compensate exactly what is required.However, in the case of APFC panels, you will have a microprocessor-based relay that allows you to instantly sense the load current, and the specific MC relay will hunt for capacitors to compensate, and power factor improvement will be automatic.APFC is nothing more than a series of capacitors connected to a contactor, which is then connected to the breakers and relay system. In terms of fixed compensation, it does not necessitate much manual assistance. Your power factor will be improved automatically, and APFC will be compensated in stages. By adjusting the power factor, one can save a significant amount of money on their electricity bills.
AUTO TRANSFORMER STARTER
Auto Transformer Starter directs online and is used for initial high torque applications. It works in Delta formation. The motor is started at low voltage, in DOL formation, with the help of contactors and an auto transformer at 60%/70%/80% using the Auto Transformer Starter.
SLIP RING STARTER
Slip Ring Starter is also used for high torque motors, but the speed is gradually increased with the help of contactors and external resistance in the rotor circuit. A woundrotor motor is a type of induction motor in which the rotor windings are connected to external resistances via slip rings. Controlling the motor's speed/torque characteristic is possible by adjusting the resistance.
Variable frequency drive control panel (also known as VFD panel, AC drive electrical control panel) is a frequency conversion device that controls three phase AC motors (including fans and pumps) in variable speed to save energy.
VFD panels have an enclosed cabinet structure, and the protection class is generally IP20, IP21, IP30, with some panels reaching IP64, IP65, and even IP66 where the application environments require weatherproofing and waterproofing. The panels' surfaces are coated spray by suppliers, and they are simple to instal in parallel, with the panel top configuring bus and wiring the VFD keypad to the panel's door for direct operation.