Low-voltage switchgears are switchboards that power several consumers from one or two power sources. In addition, they perform line protection against overloads and short circuits. Main types of switchboards: AC switchboards - designed to distribut...
Low-voltage complete devices: switchboards, water-distributing devices, control cabinets. Low-voltage complete devices are designed to receive and distribute three-phase alternating current with a frequency of 50 and 60 Hz, voltage of 0.4 kV. These ...

Electrical Switchgear is an electrical installation used to receive and distribute electrical energy of one voltage class.

Switchgear contains a set of switching devices, auxiliary devices and metering and measuring.


Switchgear classification:

By location

By performing sectioning

    - with one busbar section (without sectioning)

   - with two or more sections

   - with busbar partitioning and bypass

By the number of busbar systems

  - with one busbar system

  - with two busbar systems

According to the structure of the scheme

  - Radial type

  - Ring type

Open Switchgear

Closed Switchgear