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  1. Lc1
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    Lc1 Regular EF Member

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    We have 2 MCCBs feeding a busbar chamber. There is then three separate supplies taken out of the chamber to feed other equipment. Does anyone know how to model this scenario on Amtech?

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  2. essex
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    essex Forum Mentor

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    How can two MCCBs feed a bus bar chamber?
     
  3. Nelder
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    Nelder SHNELD

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    The only option for representing a busbar chamber is a switchboard.
     
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  4. essex
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    No. You can add a bus bar with tap off units.
     
  5. Nelder
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    You can actually model busbars and tap offs, but not for the application of a busbar chamber. The most accurate way to represent it is a switchboard. A switchboard is essentially a busbar chamber.
     
    Last edited: Mar 14, 2019
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