Centreline 2500

With the release of AS61439 in May 2016 there is now only a four year period in which users must migrate to equipment which meets this standard.  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

Auto Control Systems is dedicated to providing clients with innovative automation solutions customised to suit your specific application

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