Renewable Design for FTD (GGD) Low Voltage Fixed Distribution Cabinet to Greece Factory
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GGD AC low voltage distribution cabinet is applicable to power distribution system of power plants, substations, factories, mines etc, with AC 50Hz, rated working voltage 380V, rated current(0-3150A), for the energy conversing, distributing and control of the power, lighting and power distribution equipment .
GGD AC low-voltage distribution cabinet meet the standards of IEC439 “low-voltage switchgear and control equipment,” GB7251.1-2005 “low-voltage switchgear and control equipment” and passed the CQC certificate.
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