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Motor control centers are simply physical groupings of combination starters in one assembly.
Our motor control systems provide network communication, extensive functionality, process information and advanced protection within the units. Motor control centre (MCC) is the centre of controlling the operation of an electric motor, as the centre of control must be able to control the motor operation.
A MCC is an assembly to control some or all electric motors and accessories from a central location. All control and switch gear is installed in this assembly.
- Power distribution systems used in large commercial and industrial applications can be complex. Power may be distributed through switchgears, switchboards, transformers, and panelboards.
Motor Control Centre Facts:
Motor control centres primarily control the distribution of power to electric motors.
Motor control centres have been around since the 1950s, when they were first used by the car manufacturing industry, which needed many electric motors. Today, they’re found in numerous commercial and industrial applications, specifically where there are multiple, remotely controlled loads linked to a central control point.
Motor control centre (MCC) is the centre of controlling the operation of an electric motor, as the centre of control must be able to control the motor operation.
MCC can include variable frequency drives, programmable controllers and metering.