The order marks a move by utility companies in Turkey to invest in measures to ensure the highest possible stability and safety in the country’s power distribution network.
The record order was placed by Cagdas Pano, one of Turkey’s main electrical panel builders, supporting the 21 private utilities that provide electrical distribution for the entire country.
Ender Oktayer, Anatolia & Black Sea Region Sales Manager at ABB said: “An order of this magnitude shows the confidence customers have in ABB’s technology and the quality of its delivery.”
ABB’s InLine II fuse switch disconnectors are designed to make electrical distribution networks more stable and to make operation and servicing simpler and safer. The fuse switches are tested according to the EN/IEC 60947-3 standard, meeting higher requirements for isolation, performance and safety.
InLine II is available in two different versions: ZLBM for space saving due to its reduced depth (121mm) and ZHBM for easy integration of current transformers at the back. It is suitable for horizontal or vertical installations while a wide variety of accessories and cable terminals – bolt or V-clamps – enables flexible installation.
With the aid of intelligent communication, status information about fuses is also easily seen from the electronic fuse monitoring (EFM) module, which gives an alarm if there are any faults or if fuses are blown.