Centreline 2500

Are you compliant with the new AS/NZS 61439 switchboard standards?

The AS/NZS 61439 superseded the AS/NZS 3439 series in 2016 with a 5-year transition period that expired in May 2021. The new standards are now in place that mandates the use of AS/NZS 61439 series for switchboard assemblies.

 Auto Control Systems is proud to be the first Rockwell Automation Recognised Power System Integrator offering the CENTERLINE® 2500 IEC Low Voltage series of IEC/AS61439 compliant Motor Control Centres in Oceania.

FEATURES

  • Includes designs for fixed or withdrawable units
  • Select high density fixed units when floor space is limited
  • Select fully withdrawable units for fast replacement
  • Provides high unit density to optimize column space
  • Offers a variety of intelligent motor control options
  • Offers fully type tested standard designs

CENTERLINE 2500 with ArcShield Technology

  • Helps to reduce arc flash hazards and provide you with increased protection against internal electrical arcing faults
  • Provides personnel and assembly protection per IEC/TR 61641:2014
  • Includes arc-resistant latches on all doors for pressure relief to keep the door latched to the MCC during an arcing fault
  • Includes arc-resistant baffles for PowerFlex® variable speed drives to enable adequate heat dissipation and retain arc-containment

CENTERLINE 2500 with IntelliCENTER Technology

  • Offers a built-in EtherNet/IP™ network that provides real time data to minimize the need to approach the MCC
  • Offers built-in EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet™ technology which is designed and tested to ODVA specifications to help assure reliable communications
  • Includes IntelliCENTER® software which provides access to operating data and troubleshooting to help reduce downtime

More details on the Centreline MCC are available here: On the Rockwell Website

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