Power Distribution Systems, With the new Rittal VX25 large enclosure system, low-voltage switchgear and distribution boards can now be easily and safely manufactured in accordance with IEC 61439.
This means that electrical engineering companies can set up central and compact power distribution systems ideally, with a rated current of up to 2,100 A using the “VX25 Ri4Power 185 mm busbar system”. Similarly, the VX25 Ri4Power ISV, as a distribution enclosure for facility management applications, can be integrated into the VX25 in an instant.
VX25 Ri4Power 185 mm is the system for manufacturing safe, low-voltage switchgear or power distributors with design verification in line with IEC 61439. It can be optimally integrated into the new Rittal VX25 large enclosure system. Standardised installation kits for every enclosure width make it easier to assemble, particularly because no holes need to be drilled.
The other system components of the two systems can be integrated quickly and easily using installation kits.
The VX25 Ri4Power 185 mm system meets the highest safety requirements thanks to its encapsulated design and the use of components for operator-independent disconnection and switching. Proven adaptor technology makes even compact air circuit-breakers simple to install. The 185-mm system is easy to assemble due to the comfortable product selection and Rittal Power Engineering software.
Similarly, the VX25 is ready for the VX25 Ri4Power ISV modules so that distribution enclosures can be set up in industrial buildings technology. Rittal provides special installation kits so that these modules can be easily installed within the enclosure. The system is compliant with the IEC 61439 standard and includes a design verification certificate. Tested combinations of the Rittal VX25 enclosure system and the modules enable high protection categories.
The distribution enclosure can also be integrated into standard VX25 stainless steel enclosures for particularly tough environments. Its modular design can be quickly and easily planned, using the Rittal Power Engineering software.
This means that the many benefits of the VX25 large enclosure system can also help in manufacturing tested low-voltage switchgear and distribution enclosures. The new Rittal VX25 large enclosure system offers electrical engineering companies significant added value thanks to its technical features, ease of assembly and high levels of safety.
Rittal, headquartered in Herborn, Hessen, Germany, is a leading global provider of solutions for industrial enclosures, power distribution, climate control and IT infrastructure, as well as software and services. Systems made by Rittal are deployed across a variety of industrial and IT applications, including vertical sectors such as the transport industry, power generation, mechanical and plant engineering, IT and telecommunications.
Rittal is active worldwide with 9,300 employees and 58 subsidiaries.
Its broad product range includes infrastructure solutions for modular and energy-efficient data centres with innovative concepts for the security of physical data and systems. Leading software providers Eplan and Cideon complement the value chain, providing interdisciplinary engineering solutions, while Rittal Automation Systems offers automation systems for switchgear construction.
Founded in Herborn in 1961 and still run by its owner, Rittal is the largest company in the Friedhelm Loh Group. The Friedhelm Loh Group operates worldwide with 18 production sites and 80 international subsidiaries. The entire group employs 11,500 people and generated revenues of €2.5 billion in 2017. For the tenth time in succession, the family business has won the accolade “Top German Employer” in 2018. In addition Friedhelm Loh Group was recognized as “Top vocational trainer” according to a study of Deutschland Test and Focus Money for the third year running in 2018.