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Emax Link Low Voltage Abbreviated Switchgear

ABB's Emax Link Low Voltage Abbreviated Switchgear puts an affordable UL 1558 solution at your fingertips. ABB has handled the time-consuming and expensive development and testing and acquired the costly UL certification, bringing you an abbreviated switchgear that you can customize and brand as your own.

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Four methods to reduce arc flash

Personnel hazards due to the release of energy generated by an arc flash include: death, burns, injuries due to ejection of materials, damage to hearing and/or eyesight and inhalation of toxic gasses. In this short video you will learn four ways you can reduce the energy of an arc flash ensuring the safety of personnel and equipment.

To learn more about arc flash hazard analysis and how you can minimize arc flash effects and reduce the amount of PPE required, download the white paper “Arc Flash Hazards” from ABB.



Breaker coordination

In critical power applications, downtime can cost millions of dollars per second. In this video, learn how to reduce downtime using breaker coordination and current limiting features.

For more information on how to remove waste from your process, download the white paper 10 Steps to Lean Electrical Controls from Control Engineering and ABB.



Variable frequency circuit breakers

Due to the increasing efficiency and improving technology of the wind power industry, it is important to stay on top of the constantly changing technical requirements of these systems. Learn how you can effectively protect your equipment and achieve a more efficient process through the use of variable frequency protective devices.

To find out more about increasing efficiency and risk management in wind power, download the ABB white paper “Five key characteristics make wind farms more profitable”.



Global certifications

In today's global marketplace, it is important to be flexible to develop, sell and manufacture around the world. Having a single global design will reduce your costs and improve your customer service. In this video, learn how using global certifications can save time during engineering and testing, simplify your supply chain, and support your customers in a more effective way worldwide.

For more information on how to remove waste from your process, download the white paper 10 Steps to Lean Electrical Controls from Control Engineering and ABB.


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