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    Modular Panelboard System

    Bundles electrical distribution equipment into a single factory assembled and wired integrated system.

    The Modular Panelboard System (MPS) consists of a mix of NQ, NF, and I-LINE panelboards.

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    Modular Panelboard System
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      Innovative electrical packaging solutions can reduce installation time and reduce material costs. The Modular Panelboard System replaces the traditional method of independently mounting each panelboard and lighting control system, saving space and reducing installation time. Systems are tailored to specifications and are available with a mix of NQ, NF, I-Line®, QMB, Column-Width and PowerLink® interiors, as well as optional power and control wiring, lighting contactors, terminal blocks, TVSS and equipment space.
      • Consists of a mix of NQ, NF, NF Column-Width, NF PowerLink Gen 3,
      • Single Row I-Line, Double Row I-Line and QMB panelboards.
      • Equipment Space, Lighting Contactors, and TVSS also available.
      • Factory assembled and pre-wired
      • Distribution equipment can be configured from a broad product offering to provide customer-specific solutions and permit shorter lead times.
      • Dedicated Retail National Account Managers (NAMs) work with centralized or regional construction managers to optimize designs and assure consistent support.
      • The Global Project Management team will coordinate delivery schedules and verify that the system meets customer specifications.
      • Cutouts in the bottom endwall of each section permit conduit to be stubbed up inside the enclosure, eliminating the need to cut conduit openings.
      • Close coupling panels eliminate the need for interconnecting conduits, box connectors and shorten feeder cable runs.
      • Standard 9.5 inch depth presents size advantages over competitors standardizing on deeper switchboard design platforms.


      Features
      • Consists of a mix of NQ, NF, NF Column-Width, NF PowerLink Gen 3, Single Row I-Line, Double Row I-Line and QMB panelboards.
      • Equipment Space, Lighting Contactors, and TVSS also available.
      • Significantly reduce the space traditionally required for electrical distribution equipment up to 40%.
      • The factories assembled and wired systems lower installed cost up to 20%.
      • Pre-assembled construction reduces the total installation time at the job site.
      • Distribution equipment can be configured from a broad product offering to provide customer-specific solutions and permit shorter lead times.
      • Dedicated Retail National Account Managers (NAMs) work with centralized or regional construction managers to optimize designs and assure consistent support.
      • The Global Project Management team will coordinate delivery schedules and verify that the system meets customer specifications.
      • Cutouts in the bottom endwall of each section permit conduit to be stubbed up inside the enclosure, eliminating the need to cut conduit openings.
      • Close coupling panels eliminate the need for interconnecting conduits, box connectors and shorten feeder cable runs.
      • Standard 9.5 inch depth presents size advantages over competitors standardizing on deeper switchboard design platforms.

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      Benefits

      • Saves 40% in electrical room wall space with smaller footprint. 
      • Installs up to 80 – 90% faster, complete projects ahead of schedule.
      • Lower installation and material costs.
      • Contributes LEED points
      • Reduced material handling – System requires fewer items to receive, inventory and install

       

      Applications

      • Commercial Buildings
      • Healthcare
      • Data Centers
      • Idustrial
      • Any facility with an electrical room and power distributions needs