We offer a line of Fuse and Alarm distribution panels by Westell/ Noran Tel to meet today's increasing Network DC Power demand. With numerous variations, the FP series support most DC Power Distribution applications.The panels meet or exceed all industry standards and include adjustable mounting tabs to allow for offset and rack (19" & 23") variations allowing for single panel solutions that can fit multiple needs. To add versatility, most panels can be used in both -48VDC and +24VDC working environments.
The Noran Tel fuse panels can compliment almost any DC Power Solution offered.
16-position 3U (5.25 in.) tall panel can be mounted in a 19" or 23" frame with;
The GE Data Cabinet Micro-BDCBB serves as a secondary power distribution center for -48VDC power delivered from a battery plant to the load equipment. Distribution protection options include up to 16 positions 0-125 amp TPS/TLS fuse holder (8 per side) or 10-100 amp single pole (8 per side).
The Micro-BDCBB serves as a secondary power distribution center for -48VDC power delivered from a battery plant to the load equipment. The configuration is versatile with fuse or circuit breakers options, single or dual (A/B) load bus, and 600A carrying capacity per panel. A digital meter monitors voltage and current of each load bus.
The Battery Distribution Fuse Bay (BDFB) or Battery Distribution Circuit Breaker Bay (BDCBB) serves as a secondary power distribution unit for -48VDC power from the battery plant to the load equipment. The H569-445 family of products is versatile with fuse and circuit breaker options, internal or external DC return bars, 800A, 28-position panels, and a VIM1 smart meter to monitor voltage and current of each load bus.
DC Distribution Equipment is used to divide and isolate individual loads from a primary power source (usually the power plant). The main benefit to additional DC distribution is the ability to feed more loads to more equipment. Additionally, each load can be monitored individually in order to understand the power being drawn from that equipment. There are several different types of DC distribution equipment that allow for extra load monitoring, load maintaining, and fuse/circuit breaker options.