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Terminal Connector

CONTACTOR
is a spring actuated mechanism having a set of
double-breaking power contacts. It also have a set
of auxiliary contacts, generally 2 NO & 2NC,
which are used for control wiring.

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Distribution Box

1 Phase 1 Phase 3 Phase 3 Phase


4 Lines 8 Lines 12 Lines 24 Lines
Earth Leakage Circuit
Breakers
Earth Leakage Circuit
Breakers
ELCB
is used for the protection against electrical leakage in the
circuit. When somebody gets an electric shock or the
residual current of the circuit exceeds the fixed value,
ELCB cuts off the power within the time of 0.1s
automatically protecting the personal safety and
preventing the equipment from the fault. ELCB also
protect the circuit against over load and short-circuit.
Mini Circuit Breaker

It is used for protecting the circuit against overload


and short circuit. It can be used in lighting and
electric motor distribution system.
MCCB

It is used to control electric energy in distribution networ


and is having overload and short circuit protection
Residual Current Circuit Breakers
to open a circuit automatically in the case of an earth
leakage fault between phase and earth and/or
neutral greater than a set current generally 300mA.
It is used in domestic, commercial and industrial
installations.
Screw Circuit Breaker
Mirco Switch
General Relay
Suitable for DC or AC circuit switching in various
automation devices, process control and communication
equipments
The plug-in base of the relay is
used with standard 8 and 11
pins socket
SOLID STATE RELAY
Isolating Switches
Direct On Line Starter
DOL magnetic starter is mainly used for controlling
motors up to 7.5 HP .It also has an OVER LOAD RELAY
for protecting the motor against overloading.
STAR-DELTA Starter
STAR – DELTA Starter

STAR-DELTA STARTER IS GENERALLY USED


FOR CONTROLLING MOTORS ABOVE 7.5 HP
AND CONSISTS OF FOLLOWINGS:
1. ONE MAIN CONTACTOR
2. ONE STAR CONTACTOR
3. ONE DELTA CONTACTOR
4. ONE ON-DELAY TIMER
5. ONE OVERLAOD RELAY
6. SET OF AUXILLARY CONTROL CONTACTS
STAR-DELTA Starter
power wiring diagram
Thermal Overload Relay
Motor control centre
An MCC is a large enclosure designed to house standard
motor control equipment. The unique characteristic of an
MCC is that the motor controls are contained in plug-in units.
Ability to Plug In
control components can plug in and unplug instead of having
to wire each device.
For example: a combination starter can be plugged into a
motor control center just like you would plug in a household
device such as a lamp. However, in an MCC, the user can feed
much larger loads. Note that industrial motors operate on
three phase power, unlike a typical household device; this is
why MCC units have three power stabs plus a fourth stab to
provide a means for grounding.
Motor control centre
Advantages of MCCs
Lower Wiring and Mounting Cost
Only one set of incoming power wires needs to be routed to the
MCC. The MCC distributes power to all devices through its power
bus network. MCC units are pre-wired. Rather than mounting each
of many small enclosures to the wall, a whole MCC can be
quickly mounted to the floor.
Expandability
Neater Appearance
Reduced Downtime
 problem is traced to an MCC unit easily, it can be unplugged and a
spare unit can be quickly plugged in.
 A single MCC unit can be serviced while all other units remain
energized.
Standard MCC in one large enclosu
Increased Level of Safety
MCCs incorporate extra safety features, such as handle
interlocks to prevent the removal of a unit when it is
energized, and non-conductive barriers to protect
personnel from energized bus bars.
Reduced Space Requirements
Faster Delivery
MCCs are standardized which increases efficiency in
production and reduces delivery time.
Plug in an electric device Plug in a combination starter
Power control centre