Integrated Power and Control Solutions

By: Us Telemecanique  09-12-2011
Keywords: Electrical Distribution

Square D® Integrated Power and Control Solutions (IPaCS) offers a family of products that combine electrical distribution equipment, building controls and automation into a single factory-assembled and pre-wired enclosure based upon your specific requirements. An integrated solution requires minimal floorspace when compared to a traditional electrical room. The modular approach also means less conduit, connectors and feeder cables, which dramatically reduces onsite installation time and material costs.

Keywords: Electrical Distribution

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