The latest ComfortLine compact distribution boards and cabinets from ABB are designed to meet the key requirements for modern energy distribution systems and intelligent smart home solutions.
To deliver the highest levels of flexibility, the range offers an increased flange size by more than 50%, together with the greatest number of cable entries on the market. In addition, the flange openings are consistent for all cabinets in the new ComfortLine series.
The innovative Quick Mounting System (QMS) is a completely new locking technology to install distribution boards and is available exclusively from ABB. With the new system, installations areas can be quickly snapped, secured in place and firmly screwed on.
For greater flexibility in wiring, ComfortLine features a range of options from horizontal and vertical wiring ducts, to top and bottom cable entries, together with side contact protection. Other key benefits of the new ComfortLine compact distribution boards include 3-point locking and the highest protection class IP44.
The wall-mounted cabinets feature a simple arrangement to quickly and easily expand the distribution system. Among the range of accessories there are a connection set for mechanical connection and the insulating frame offers and maintains protection, with many more installation possibilities. An optional trim frame provides a modern, attractive design for flush mounting.
“By doubling the flange size and introducing our new QMS locking technology, we have combined high levels of functionality and ease of installation, to deliver significant time savings and improved performance for our customers”.” explains Piero-Giorgio Schiannini, Global Product Group Manager Energy Distribution, from ABB.
Source 1: McKinsey
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