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Prisma Plus

Assembly Guide
System G

Preface

This guide proposes a procedure for assembling the Prisma Plus System G.
We have designed it to help you successfully complete your first projects. It ensures
that assembling and cabling staff, for whom it is intended, will benefit from the
considerable experience in this field acquired by Schneider Electric and its
customers. In short, it is an essential workshop tool.
There are several approaches for assembling Prisma Plus components. In this
guide we propose one approach which you can add to according to your
professional organisation and experience.
This guide does not replace the technical manuals supplied in the packing of each
component, but recommends an assembly sequence for the components and
provides information to complement that given in the manuals (assembly tips and
tricks, specific assembly recommendations, warnings, etc.).

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Contents

Preface ........................................................................................ 1
Presentation of the components ............................................... 4
Instructions for use .................................................................... 6
Tools
Assembling and cabling tools ............................................................................... 7
Inspection tools....................................................................................................... 7

Identify and sort the components ............................................. 8


Assemble the rear panel of the wall-mount/floor
standing enclosures
Assembling the IP30, IP31 and IP43 wall-mount or floor-standing
enclosures ............................................................................................................... 9
Assembling the IP55 wall-mount enclosures..................................................... 10

Install the busbars


Installing the Powerclip 125 to 630 A insulated busbar.................................... 11
Installing the 160 to 400 A rear busbar in vertical position.............................. 11
Installing the 160 to 630 A multi-stage busbar in the duct ............................... 11

Install the mounting plates


Installing the mounting plates and switchgear.................................................. 12
Checking switchgear position ............................................................................. 12

Run and cable the power circuits


Installing the secondary distribution blocks ..................................................... 13
Installing the connection terminal blocks and earth bars ................................ 14
Installing the wiring running accessories .......................................................... 15
Power cables ......................................................................................................... 15
Installing the protection devices ......................................................................... 18

Run and cable the low power and auxiliary circuits


Installing the devices on door or front plate...................................................... 19
Installing the wiring running accessories .......................................................... 19
Cabling the auxiliary circuits ............................................................................... 19
Closing the trunking and wiring running accessories...................................... 19

Install the partitions


Installing the horizontal partition ........................................................................ 20
Installing the vertical partition............................................................................. 20

Install the pack wall-mount enclosure


Disassembing the enclosure ............................................................................... 21
Installing the busbar............................................................................................. 21
Installing the switchgear ...................................................................................... 21
Cabling ................................................................................................................... 21
Finish...................................................................................................................... 22

Inspect the switchboard


Final factory inspection........................................................................................ 23

Finish and fit the switchboard with panels


Cleaning the switchboard .................................................................................... 24
Finishing the IP30 wall-mount or floor-standing enclosure ............................. 24

Pack the switchboard


Packing .................................................................................................................. 25

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Presentation of the components

Wall-mount enclosure structure


1. Pillar
2. Rear panel
3. Functional upright
4. Top plate
5. Bottom plate
6. Gland plate
7. Side panel
Mounting plates and switchgear
8. Horizontal Compact NS incoming unit on mounting plate
9. Multi 9 mounting plate: modular rail
10. Contactors
Busbars
11. Powerclip insulated busbar
12. Tap-off blocks
Distribution blocks
13. Multiclip
14. Comb busbar
Wiring running
15. Trunking
16. Trunking for fine wiring
Power cables
17. Incoming connection block
18. Power supply block
19. Earthing terminal block
Front panel finish
20. Front plate support frame
21. Front plate
22. Barrier
Cover panels
23. Transparent door
24. Plain wicket door

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Presentation of the components

2
20
8
17

18

22

13

11
9

14

7
16

12

19
10

15

21
5

23

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Instructions for use

This manual describes a procedure for assembling the Prisma Plus system G. It
thus indicates the order in which the cubicle components are to be assembled: the
technical assembly instructions are found in the manuals supplied in the packaging
of each component
The drawings often represent the wall-mount enclosures in vertical position but it is
better to work horizontally on a table.
A) Before starting to assemble, you must first identify and sort the
components.
B) The actual assembly process, divided up into 7 stages, is organised as
follows:

1 Assembling the rear panel of the wall-mount/floor standing enclosure

2 Installing the busbars

3 Installing the mounting plates

4 Running and cabling the power circuits

5 Running and cabling the low power and auxiliary circuits

6 Installing the partitioning

7 Finishing the front panel and fitting the switchboard panels

Each assembly stage is symbolised by a pictogram also found in the assembly


manual. In most cases, the pictogram in the manual can be seen through the
packagings plastic film.
For some configurations of the cubicle in question, you will not have to carry out all
the operations proposed.
C) Testing as per standard IEC 60439-1 must be carried out.
D) The last stage consists of packing the switchboard to ensure protection
of the cubicles during transport.

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Tools

The recommended tool lists for this section are not complete, but represent the
minimum tools required to assemble, cable and inspect the Prisma Plus system
G cubicles.

Assembling and cabling tools


b Individual tools

DD382258

DD382164

The tool kit belonging to the assembling and cabling staff must contain at least the
following tools:
Type of assembly

Tools

Switchboard mounting: enclosure, 1 ratchet wrench


mounting plate and panels except 1 extension piece
1 x 10 and 13 mm wrench
for switchgear
1 wrench bit socket
1 screwdriver
1 wrench bit for screwdriver
1 wrench bit for pozidriv no. 2 recess
1 x 8 flat screwdriver
1 portable jig-saw
Mounting the switchgear and
tightening the connections
(Compact NS, etc.)

Socket 7, 8, 10, 13, 16 and 17 mm


Hexagon socket bit 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10
Wrench bit for pozidriv no. 1, 2 and 3 recess

Cabling the switchboard

1 flat screwdriver 3 mm - 3.5 mm 4 mm 5.5


mm
1 pozidriv no. 2 screwdriver
1 electricians knife
1 flat nose pliers
1 stripping pliers
1 cable cutter
1 crimping tool
1 diagonal cutting pliers
1 half round nose pliers
1 bell or tester

b Group tools
K 1 torque wrench to tighten all electrical connections to the required torque (max.
K
K
K
K
K

torque 50 Nm).
1 set of shears to cut flexible bars.
1 punching machine for flexible bars.
1 electrical saw.
1 drill.
1 vacuum cleaner for switchboard cleaning.

DD382260

NB: When crimping the lugs, only the pliers recommended by the lug manufacturer
must be used.

Inspection tools
b Individual tools

b Group tools
K 1 control console.
K 1 dielectrometer.
K 1 Multimeter.

DD382261

DD382263

The quality inspectors basic individual tools are the same as for the assembling
and cabling staff, with in addition the few tools below:
K 1 small hinged mirror.
K 1 electrical lamp or portable lamp.

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Identify and sort the components

Aim: Identify and sort components to ensure subsequent proper


working organisation and fewer handling operations.
DD382267

b Identify the assembly stage pictogram shown in the assembly manual


b Group the components, devices and accessories, by assembly stage,
from assembling of the rear panel through to fitting the wall-mount/floorstanding enclosure panels

DD382291

b Collect the components that will be used by the contractor, but do not
unpack them.
Tip: When you receive your components in your workshop, dont get carried
away, dont unpack everything

Prisma Plus
08302 08306
08303 08307
08304 08309
08305
x4

x4

ERIE
R
VISS ERMINE
T
A DE

x4
x2

IP55

04696191 AA 00

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DD382290

Assemble the rear panel of the


wall-mount/floor-standing
enclosures
Aim: Assemble the rear panels and carry out the various
combinations if required.
Tip: The wall-mount or floor-standing enclosure must be assembled horizontally
on a table that is protected to ensure the paintwork is not damaged.

DD382292

NB: The cover panels are assembled once the internal components have been
mounted and cabled, thus guaranteeing 100% access to components throughout
assembly and installation.

Assembling the IP30, IP31 and IP43 wall-mount or floorstanding enclosures


b Take the rear panel, pillars, plinth gussets (for a floor-standing enclosure)
and the assembly manual out of the packing.
b Keep the adhesive shocks placed at the rear of the rear panel to prevent
deformation
b Store the rest of the packing

DD382293

Tip: The mounting hardware must be carefully associated with each wall-mount or
floor-standing enclosure.
During storage, take measures to prevent damaging component paintwork.
b Mount the pillars on the rear panel and the gussets for the floor-standing
enclosures

DD382294

b Couple the ducts, wall-mount or floor-standing enclosure extensions


The ducts, wall-mount or floor-standing enclosure extensions are mounted in a
similar way to the basic wall-mount and floor-standing enclosure.
Couple the pillars located at the junction of the wall-mount or floor-standing
enclosures using the combination kits.
b Mount the set of cross-members to rigidify the wall-mount or floorstanding enclosure combinations.
NB: Mounting of the set of cross-members is recommended for a wall-mount
enclosure / duct combination, but becomes compulsory for a combination of 2 wallmount or floor-standing enclosures.

DD382296

DD382295

Tip: Do not handle the rear panel of the wall-mount or floor-standing enclosure
using the pillars.
Take care to ensure the enclosure rear panel remains level during cabling
operations.

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DD382297

Assemble the rear panel of the


wall-mount/floor-standing
enclosures
Assembling the IP 55 wall-mount enclosures
x4

b Take the rear panel, pillars and the assembly manual out of the packing
b Store the rest of the packing

DD382299

DD382298

Tip: The mounting hardware must be carefully associated with each wall-mount
enclosure.
During storage, take measures to prevent damaging component paintwork.

b Mount the pillars on the rear panel

b Couple the ducts, additional wall-mount or floor-standing enclosures


The combination kit must be used to couple wall-mount enclosures.

DD382300

When coupling the enclosures, ensure that the gaskets are positioned properly.

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Tip: Do not handle the rear panel of the wall-mount or floor-standing enclosure
using the pillars.

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Install the busbars

Aim: This stage consists of positioning the supports and bars


making up the busbars.
Tip: If cutting oil is used, the busbars must be cleaned prior to assembly as oil
adversely affects insulation properties.
NB:
K Busbar overall dimensions do not vary with current strength.
K Whatever the busbar type, the order of the bars is always the same: from the

front to the rear N, L1 ,L2 and L3.

DD382301

K With the rear busbar, the Neutral is to the left, then L1, L2, L3.

Installing the Powerclip 125 to 630 A insulated busbar


NB: The busbars are mounted before the mounting plates, except for plates cat.
no. 03032, 03073 and 03074 that must be mounted before the Powerclip insulated
busbar (for more details on mounting plate installation, refer to the assembly stage
"Installing the mounting plates").
To prevent assembly interference between busbar supports and mounting plates,
we recommend that you follow the assembly order below:
b Position the mounting plates but do not secure them
b Define the busbar support positions
b Remove the mounting plates except for those that have to be mounted
before the busbar
b Secure the supports and clip the Powerclip insulated busbar into the
notches
NB: Pay attention to the mounting direction of the Powerclip insulated busbar
(refer to the assembly manual).
When the Powerclip busbar is supplied by a power supply block, ensure that it
reaches the top level of the incoming device mounting plate.
If busbar length needs to be adjusted, cutting must be extremely accurate and on
no account exceed the cutting line.
When handling the Powerclip busbar, take care not to break the end of the
partitions. For safety reasons (creepage distance, insulation, etc.), do not
install a Powerclip busbar with a broken partition.

DD382302

b Store the covers of the Powerclip insulated busbar. They will be installed
once the wall-mount or floor-standing enclosure has been cabled.

Installing the 160 to 400 A rear busbars in vertical position


b Fit the busbar with its supports but do not screw them on as they may be
transferred later when laying the power cables.
L3

DD382303

L2
N L1

b Mark the bars (N L1 L2 L3).

Installing the 160 to 630 A multi-stage busbars in the duct


b Fit the multi-stage busbar with its supports
b Mark the bars (N L1 L2 L3).

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Install the mounting plates

DD382304

Aim: This stage consists of defining the position of the mounting


plates in the wall-mounted or floor-standing enclosure and installing
them with their devices.
The order of assembly of the mounting plates and devices depends on the
technical features of the devices.
NB: To define the position of a mounting plate of a functional unit, you need to
know the overall dimensions of the functional unit, i.e. the number of modules
(1 module = 50 mm). This number is given in the mounting plate assembly manual
and the catalogue. The reference m0 is the reference starting point for installation
of the first mounting plate. There is 1 reference m0 at each corner, materialised by
a mark and a slot, used to hook up a measuring tape to measure the height to be
complied with when installing a mounting plate.

Installing the mounting plates and switchgear

DD382305

DD382307

b Mount the devices on their mounting plate


Device
Compact NS and INS
y 630 A

Fixing
Fixed

Assembly order
b Place the device on the mounting
plate
b Install the equipped mounting
plate

Withdrawable
or plug-in

b Place the plinth or rack on the


mounting plate
b Install the equipped mounting
plate
b Plug in the device

DD382306

Modular devices

Modular
system

b Install the rail


b Place the modular devices on the
rail

b Define the positions of the functional unit mounting plates and install them:
K the position of a mounting plate depends on the overall dimensions of the

functional unit that is characterised by a number of modules (1 module = 50 mm),

DD382308

K the number of modules is given in the catalogue and in the assembly manual,
K install the equipped mounting plates starting at level m0.

Checking switchgear position


This operation allows operator inspection and prevents incorrect positioning of the
functional unit with respect to the front panel, once the wall-mount or floor-standing
enclosure has been fully cabled.
Use of the front panel enables mounting plate and device position to be validated.
b Place the necessary front plate mounting parts:
K place the functional uprights in the wall-mount/floor-standing enclosure,
K place the uprights in the IP55 wall-mount enclosure,
K place the sides in the IP30 duct.

DD382309

b Install the front plates to check device position.


Also check the depth of the devices mounted on an adjustable modular rail.

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b Remove the front panel without taking the front plates apart, as well as
the sides for the IP 30 wall-mount (or floor-standing) enclosure and duct
combination.

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DD381889

Run and cable the power circuits

Installing the secondary distribution blocks


You need to comply with connection capacities, stripping lengths, the number of
cables connected and use the appropriate tools.
Do not use ferrules with the spring loaded terminals. Each terminal may only take a
single wire.
On the Multiclip 200 A, cable entry is via the bottom only to allow assembly of the
insulating covers and production of cable straps.
Type
Polybloc

4 - 10 mm

4 - 10 mm

5,5 mm

12

12

16

12

16

6 mm

10 mm
6 - 16 mm

6 - 16 mm

4 mm

Additional block

Connection
principle

Connection capacity

16 mm

16

16 mm2
25 mm
2
35 mm

pozidriv n2
12

Distribloc

Power supply
6,5

2,5

6 mm2

12

1,5

4 mm2

10

10 mm2

12

16 mm2

12

pozidriv n2

Distribution

5,5 mm

Multiclip 200 A

Power supply
12
10 mm2
n6

Distribution

4 mm

Multiclip 80 A

Power supply
2

10

12

4 mm

pozidriv n2

6 mm

Distribution

3,5 mm

Tap-off blocks
insulated busbar

10

12

4 mm

4 mm

6 mm

10 mm

12

NB: The downstream device connecting cables are delivered with the Multiclip and
Distribloc.

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Run and cable the power circuits

DD382310

Installing the connection terminal blocks and earth bars


b Install the supports for arrangement of the connection terminal blocks
and earth bars
NB: The connection terminal blocks and earth bars are installed:
K either in the duct that forms a zone that can be completely separated from the

devices,
K or in the switchgear zone, at the top or bottom (or on the sides for the earth

bar).

DD382245

b Install the terminal blocks

b Install the earth bars

12

6 mm2

12
5,5 mm

10 mm

12

16 mm 2

12

DD382249

DD382248

DD382250

DD382311

4 mm2

Connection principle
DD382227

Connection capacity
DD382247

DD382246

Type

10
4 mm2

DD382251

35 mm incoming terminals
for flexible or rigid cables

3 mm

Screw terminals

16 mm outgoing terminals
for flexible or rigid cables

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Run and cable the power circuits

Installing wiring running accessories


b Install the horizontal and vertical cable straps

DD382343

DD382342

The straps are used to guide the wires. They are easy and quick to implement and
can be clipped directly onto the mounting plates.

b Install the trunking for horizontal or vertical wiring

The trunking is used to carry wires to the switchgear zone. Trunking is secured:
K to some mounting plates on specially reserved locations,

DD382344

K on the trunking supports by means of clip-on, turn removable screws.

DD382312

NB: Trunking is assembled onto its support simply by clipping on from the front.

Power cables
You need to:
b know the position of the partitions and check that they can be mounted,
b tie the "1000 V" insulation cables to the device mounting plates,
b install the tie supports complying with fixing distances.
NB: The tightening torques for connection to the device terminals are given in the
device technical manual.
To avoid the risk of temperature rise, it is essential to comply with the size of the
connections or cables recommended in the assembly manuals or on the devices.
b Install the upstream connections
Device type

Connection in duct

DD382315

Incoming connection block


DD382313

u 1600 A power
device

Connection in switchgear
zone

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Connection by cable
DD382316

DD382314

Connection by cable

Connection transfer
assembly

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Run and cable the power circuits

Device type

Connection in switchgear
zone

Connection from a Powerclip


busbar

DD382318

DD382317

Modular device

Connection in duct

DD382321

Connection from a busbar

DD382320

DD382319

Connection from a rear


busbar

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Run and cable the power circuits

Connection in wall-mount/floorstanding enclosure

u 160 A power
device

Power supply block to the


Powerclip busbar

Connection in duct

Connection by flexible bars


to the busbar in the duct
DD382327

Device type

DD382323

DD382322

b Install the downstream connections

DD382345

DD382325

Universal power supply block


to the Powerclip busbar

DD382346

DD382324

Connection by cable to
Polybloc

DD382326

Connection by cable to
additional block

DD382328

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DD382328

Connection to the terminal


blocks

Modular device

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Run and cable the power circuits

Fitting the protection devices


b Prepare the various protective covers (cut-out, drilling, etc.)
b Fit the various protective covers:
K upstream and downstream terminal shields are compulsory for all Compact NS

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DD382330

circuit-breakers and INS/INV switches with vertical or horizontal mounting,


cover for power supply block,
connection cover for cable,
cover for busbar,
tooth-caps, etc.

DD382329

K
K
K
K

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Route and cable the low power


and auxiliary circuits
DD382331

Install the devices on door or front plate


400

b Install the partial doors with cut-outs or front plates with cut-outs
accommodating devices

500

310

400
310
500
400
310
500
4 00

200

200

500
200

NB: The devices can be installed on conventional plain doors by making a cut-out.

310

200

b Install the mounting plates and devices on the doors or front plates
b Install an earthing braid when the door accommodates non-class 2
devices.
Tip: If there is not enough space between the door and the front plates, use the
visor.

Installing the wiring running accessories


b Install the trunking for doors and the grommets

DD382278

DD382277

Tips: We recommend that you use protection devices for wiring through uprights
or to doors:

Flexible trunking

Grommet

DD382276

Cabling the auxiliary circuits


b Mark the wires to simplify on-site connection and maintenance of wallmounted and floor-standing enclosures, thus avoiding laborious
switchboard reworking that could cause errors.

It is important to obtain customer approval of the marking technique. The marks


must be placed at the extremities of the conductors and, if necessary, along their
routes.
Tip: Thoroughly secure cables onto the door to avoid disconnecting the devices
when opening. We recommend you use protection devices for wiring through the
front panel or to the doors.

Closing the trunking and wiring running accessories


Tip: Trunking packing density must not exceed 70 %.

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DD381421

DD381418

Install the partitions

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Installing the horizontal partition


Before mounting the partition, remove the pre cut-outs required to insert the cables
and wires through the busbar.

Installing the vertical partition


Before mounting the partition, pierce or cut out the pre cut-outs required to insert
the cables and wires.

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Assemble the pack enclosure

DD382332

Disassembling the enclosure


The enclosure of the pack enclosure comes equipped with blanking plates for the
front plates.
b To ensure total access to components during the enclosure assembly and
installation process, we recommend that you remove the front panel, the
sides and the top and bottom plates
b Store the parts removed with their associated mounting hardware and the
front plate blanking plates.

Installing the busbar


DD382333

Install the Powerclip 125 A or 160 A busbar.


NB: With the Powerclip 160 A busbar, Multiclip distribution blocks cannot be
installed.

Installing the switchgear

DD382334
DD382335

INS 40/160

Modular device

DD381818

NSA 125/160

DD382306

Device

Illustration

Comments

To install an NSA, an enclosure


modular rail must be replaced
by an adjustable modular rail
(rail recommended in the
catalogue).

Cabling
b Installing the distribution blocks

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DD382238

Multiclip 80 A

DD382336

Multiclip 63 A

Tap-off blocks

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Illustration

Comments

Refer to the table on page 13 for


the connection principle of these
distribution blocks.

Position the Distribloc 160 so


that its power supply is at the top
of the enclosure to save space

DD382337

DD382231

Distribloc 125 A
et 160 A

DD382242

DD381200

Distribution
block

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PD390551

b Installing the connection terminals and the earth terminal blocks


K Connection terminals

For some terminal block types, it may be necessary to replace one of the pack
enclosure modular rails by an adjustable modular rail.
K Earth terminal blocks

PD390550

DD381819

DD382251

DD382248

There are 2 earth bar types (the same as those for the IP30 wall-mount and floorstanding enclosures).

b Installing the horizontal cable straps and trunking (30x60)

b Cabling the power circuit


K connect the incoming device to teh Powerclip busbar or the dsitribution blocks,
K connect the modular outgoing devices to the distribution blocks and the

connection terminals.

Finishing
b Clean the switchboard : the procedure is the same as for the IP30 wallmount and floor-standing enclosures
b Fit the sides, top and bottom plates and front panel
b Fit the blanking plates
b Install the markers and fit the label holders
b Fit the doors.

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DD382263

Inspect the switchboard

Final factory inspection


On completion of assembly, the wall-mount or floor-standing enclosure must
undergo a variety of inspections and tests. At the very least the 3 routine tests
must be carried out as per standard IEC 60439-1 mentioned below:
b 1st test: overall inspection including examination of cabling, checking
connection tightening and, if necessary, an electrical operating test
b 2nd test: checking insulation via a dielectric test
b 3rd test: checking direct contact protection measures and electrical
continuity of protection circuits

For more details concerning inspections, consult the switchboard assembly and
installation guide.

DD382266

DD382261

b Drafting test reports

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Finish and fit the switchboard


with panels
E68280

Cleaning the switchboard


b Remove dust from the inside using a vacuum cleaner
Tip: Do not use blow cleaning as this may cause shavings and detritus to
accumulate in a live area.
b Dust the outside
Tip: Use a neutral dissolvent that will not damage the paint.
b Touch up paintwork if necessary
b Check absence of foreign matter inside the switchboard (tools, screws
and bolts) that could prevent it from operating properly.

DD382338

Finishing the IP30 wall-mount or floor-standing enclosure


b Fit the sides, the top plates (and bottom plates for the wall-mount
enclosure) the corner parts and the plinths (only for the floor-standing
enclosures)
b Install the markers and fit the label holders
b Install the front panel on the wall-mount or floor-standing enclosure:
K screw but do not tighten the front panel on the wall-mount or floor-standing

enclosure,
K adjust the position of the front panel so that the front plate openings are

properly positioned with respect to the devices,


K tighten the fixing screws.

DD382339

b For degrees protection IP 31 and IP43, install the canopy with the top
terminal

DD382340

b Install the blanking plates on the front plates.

b Fit the doors that were not already fitted with the switchgear on the door.

DD382341

b Fit the door gasket to ensure the degree of protection IP43.

NB: Door mounting is reversible.


It is advisable to install barrels and inserts before fitting the handle on the door and
before installation on the wall-mount or floor-standing enclosure.
Tip: Take care to degrease surfaces thoroughly before sticking on the gaskets.
Installation tips for wall mount enclosures, Pack enclosures, floor standing
enclosures and extension ducts: Maximum acceptable surface evenness defect
without affecting installation of panelling is 6 mm.

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Pack the switchboard

Packing
b Compile a technical file containing a set of drawings, the device operating
manuals and the wall-mount/floor-standing enclosure assembly manuals
b Attach the adhesive drawing holder to the rear panel of the door with the
technical file
b Ensure wall-mount/floor-standing enclosure protection for transport,
particularly on the surface-mount HSI surfaces
NB: Use the stabilisers to increase packing volume and re-use cover panel
protections (angle brackets, polystyrene, etc.).
b Pack the wall-mount or floor-standing enclosure.

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As standards and equipment change from time to time, always ask for confirmation of the information given in this
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