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Written by panel builders for panel builders

“Industrial Control Panels for General Application and Industrial Control Panels for Industrial Machinery for the North American Market” is a guide written by panel builders for panel builders.

Guide to Design of Industrial Control Panels
Guide to Design of Industrial Control Panels

The information contained in the manual is intended to assist panel builders. The typical circuit diagrams and interpretations of standards are not binding and do not claim to be complete regarding configuration, equipment or any other eventuality

The typical circuit diagrams and interpretations of standards do not represent specific customer solutions, but are only intended to provide support when it comes to typical applications.

You are responsible for ensuring that the products described are used correctly. The typical circuit diagrams and interpretations of standards do not relieve you of your responsibility to ensure safe handling when using, installing operating and maintaining the equipment.

When writing these guidelines, a lot of tables and texts were taken straight from the NEC 2008 or UL standards. All users must always check whether the items quoted are still up to date or not.

An example of calculating the main disconnecting means in the feeder circuit you will find within this guide
An example of calculating the main disconnecting means in the feeder circuit you will find within this guide

This information has been taken from various English documents and translated and interpreted back to the best of our knowledge. The original English version takes precedence in all cases. The information provided here will not in most cases be sufficient to attain approval, listing, certification or authorization.

Detailed knowledge of the corresponding regulations is needed for that.

Title: Industrial control panels for the North American market // UL guidelines – Siemens
Format: PDF
Size: 23.8 MB
Pages: 270
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Guide to Industrial Control Panels
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7 Comments


  1. Tedros Araya
    Aug 30, 2019

    Hi mate much appreciate your contributions towards the industry.
    I just wondering if you can get me reference on how to make, selections & specification switch board and control panels.

    Best regards


  2. Dell Woodmansee
    Jul 24, 2019

    Hello, I have a question. In our industrial enclosure, typically from our main circuit breaker we run to a power distribution block and start our tap conductors to our various circuits. This is straight forward tap rule.
    When using a MCB with multiple secondary lugs, when we have a large single load, to run from one of the lugs to a CB for a large VFD (for example), and from the other lugs to a power distribution block (reduced in size but sized per loads) to then tapped from there (distribution block) for the smaller circuits. Since we have split at the wiring from the MCB, is the taps below the distribution block considered a tap of tap hence illegal?


  3. Sakthivel.s
    Mar 02, 2019

    HiiI am looking for a training book for me about electrical designingbook


  4. P IMRAN KHAN
    Oct 31, 2018

    am a beginner , how learn these all


  5. Suresh Kumar
    Sep 04, 2018

    electrical busbar panel design guide required


  6. Agbor Roland
    Apr 10, 2018

    Please can you give me the power and control circuit diagram of AUTOMATIC START GENERATOR WHEN MAIN POWER FAILS.


  7. mehdi
    Oct 27, 2017

    hey,
    please im looking for some document about the model of network and short circuit calculation (symmetry component and impedance methode reduce values …)
    regard

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