KGN Armored Fixed Metal-enclosed Switchgear

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KGN -12 fixed metal-clad switchgear(short for switchgear as below) applies to 3.6~12KV,

3 phase AC 50/60Hz network for receiving and distributing power energy and also for control, monitor and protection.

It can be used in s ingle busbar, single busbar section system.

It is manufactured inaccordance with IEC62271-200 & GB3906 3~35KV AC Metal Enclosed Switchgear, DL404 Order Specification for Indoor AC HV Switchgear and so on.

It has reliable prevention function against false operation.

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