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Installation of switchgear up to 4000m above sea

Installation of switchgear up to 4000m above sea

Installation of switchgear up to 4000m above sea

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Hello to everybody

I've a project regarding instalation of switcgears in high altitudse up to 4000m.


The instalation is regarding a switcgear box for controlling a diesel generator 500kW 3x400V at 50Hz, with have two sections, one section for main current and one section for controlling of machinery. The first section have busbars, main circuit breaker and power measuring printed board and the second have contactors, overload - short circuit protection, computer, UPS, scada device and terminals. The switcgear is designed according to EN 60439-1.

So I'm interesting primary for relevant IEC standards, recommentations or reveland info, to enable me start up and manage in the right way the project.

Thank you very muh  
 

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