CBS ArcSafe® Introduces RRS-3 HVF for HVF-Style Vacuum Circuit Breakers

CBS ArcSafe,® a leading manufacturer of remote racking and switching solutions for low- and medium-voltage switchgear, introduces the RRS-3 HVF remote racking solution. The device allows technicians to remotely rack IN and OUT HVF-style vacuum circuit breakers from outside the arc-flash boundary (up to 300 feet away).

Automating the racking procedure reduces operator fatigue and increases safety. Installation and operation of the RRS-3 HVF do not require any modifications to existing electrical equipment.

The RRS-3 HVF is compatible with all HVF-style circuit breakers manufactured by Myers Power Products with current ratings from 1200–3000 A. Typical industries for HVF-style circuit breakers include power generation, chiller/HVAC, petrochemical, water/waste treatment, pulp/paper, and data centers.

The RRS-3 HVF is lightweight and portable and offers quick installation and removal. The control/power source is the CBS ArcSafe RSO-IV control console.

All CBS ArcSafe products are manufactured in the United States at our facilities in Denton, TX, and Charleston, WV. For more information, visit CBSArcSafe.com or call 877-4-SAFETY.

 

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