LVMD (Low Voltage Main Distribution)
The Low Voltage Main Distribution Panel (LVMD) is the central point for electrical distribution in a building. It acts as the link between the incoming electrical current and its distribution within a residence or factory.
- The LVMD is fully customizable to create distribution panels of various sizes.
- LVMDs are used both to protect electrical distribution lines and ensure the safety of individuals
- The Low Voltage Main Distribution Panel must comply with the IEC EN 61 439- 1&2 standard.
Due to the modularity of its metal enclosure, the LVMD is an assembly of cabinet frames. Its enclosure is sized to accommodate various main branches.
Sub-Distribution Cabinets and Panels
- Thanks to the modular nature of these solutions, sub-distribution panels offer many advantages. These include ease of implementation, optimization of cable routing space, removable chassis, removable plates, etc.
- The arrangement of equipment inside the cabinets should be consistent across different panels. Internal equipment will be mounted on a plate and/or modular rail. Covers made of prefabricated panels will make direct contact with conductive elements inaccessible.
- These panels comply with the IEC EN 61 439- 1&2 standard.