Plug-in test system for 19inch module carriers

Phoenix Contact's modular 19" plug-in test system FAME 3 rack does not require an operating plug as it works according to the N/C contact principle. The system combines complex switching operations for function tests of current transformers and voltage transducers, as well as tripping and signal contacts, in just one compact and space-saving block. This saves time for the user.

The automatic transformer short circuit and neutral point bridging are reliably ensured with standard plug-in bridges in the plug-in test socket. The system offers high levels of security thanks to its patented rotary handle and the associated, advanced transformer short circuit. The pre-fabricated modules are intended for easy mounting in 19" racks in two, three, and four rack units. With a width of 50mm, up to eight plug-in test sockets can be inserted in one row within a rack. Unused contacts are filed with dummy disks. These disks are not necessary when mounting directly in front plates or doors outside of the 19" rack.

The system is particularly space saving, thanks to offset test socket arrangements. The test cables can be easily fixed in place with cable ties. A cover with or without status contact is available for the FAME rack. The plug-in test socket and test plug feature barrier connection technology for ring or fork-type cable lugs and use CLIPLINE complete system accessories from the terminal range.

Follow the link for more information about the modular 19" plug-in test system FAME 3 rack from Phoenix Contact.

Phoenix Contact Ltd

Halesfield 13
Telford
TF7 4PG
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1952 681700

info@phoenixcontact.co.uk

https://www.phoenixcontact.com/

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