The latest, improved smartARS pro NH fuse switch disconnector from APATOR S.A. based in Poland, the partner country for HANNOVER MESSE 2017, boasts special screws for mounting on busbars - without interrupting the power supply.9 Feb 2017
With its innovative technical solutions in switchgear, measurement technology and IT systems, APATOR is no stranger to leading the field throughout Central and Eastern Europe. But besides developing cutting-edge technologies that manage all types of current effectively, the company is also working to protect people and the environment. APATOR boasts many years of experience in developing reading and billing equipment for utility services, with its portfolio including prepaid and post-paid electricity meters, calorimeters, gas meters, water meters and temperature sensors. At HANNOVER MESSE 2017, APATOR is showcasing smartARS pro, the latest improvement to its tried-and-tested NH fuse switch disconnector that is far quicker to assemble than its conventional counterpart. Special built-in screws mean the smartARS pro NH fuse switch disconnector can quickly be mounted on live busbars, thus reducing installation costs - or a version with hooked catches is also available.
Designed for remote monitoring, the NH fuse switch disconnector is also equipped with detection modules, current transformers and miniature adapters for detecting a blown fuse, measuring the phase current and providing information on its operating status (closed/open). Additional features of the smartARS pro NH fuse switch disconnector include current converters that are installed in the switch housing and a specially shaped housing that means it can be mounted in many makes of housing while retaining the original coverings. Custom-designed channels create a chimney effect that effectively draws heat away from the disconnector, thus ensuring optimum exchange of warm and cool air.
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