UL 1558-Listed low-voltage switchgear: The switchgear offers a turnkey solution for ANSI C37.20.1-compliant power distribution in a critical application. The Emax 2 circuit breaker combines advanced protection, programmable logic (like an embedded automatic transfer switch function), full connectivity and comprehensive microgrid energy management in an all-in-one revolutionary device.UL845-Listed low-voltage motor control center (MCC): With a unique draw-out mechanism that does not require mechanical shutters, this MCC sets new standards for safety, reliability and operator convenience. It incorporates leading ABB technology, such as Emax 2 and Tmax/Tmax XT circuit breakers, ACS-type variable speed drives and PST-type soft starters into a complete type-tested system. Having a built-in, fast load-shedding solution, Emax 2 simplifies the MCC architectures and maximizes the plant service continuity. All the circuit breaker and electrical data are managed by ABB Ability™ Electrical Distribution Control System, the new cloud-based platform that enables remote energy monitoring and optimization. UL 67-Listed SafeT panelboard: With a finger-safe bus stack and plug-in branch devices, this panelboard offers improved safety and greater ease of use. The panelboard uses Tmax and/or Tmax XT MCCBs that occupy up to 30 percent less mounting space than competitor products. This enables an overall reduction in the size of the panel enclosure and the amount of wall space it occupies. Its simple design allows a one-person installation process. UL 857-Listed busway: The busway is designed to occupy less space and uses less material, making it a more economical and efficient solution. UL 891-Listed SafeT switchboard: The switchboard design can use Emax 2, Tmax or Tmax XT circuit breakers. The switchboard also features an industry-exclusive finger-safe vertical bus in the distribution section for group-mounted breakers. ABB (ABB:NYSE) is a pioneering technology leader in electrification products, robotics and motion, industrial automation and power grids, serving customers in utilities, industry and transport & infrastructure globally. Continuing a more than 125-year history of innovation, ABB today is writing the future of industrial digitalization and driving the Energy and Fourth Industrial Revolutions. ABB operates in more than 100 countries with about 135,000 employees. www.abb.com. ABB's Americas operations are headquartered in Cary, North Carolina, and employ about 30,000 people in multiple manufacturing, service and other major facilities.
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