Medium Voltage Switchgear

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RITTER is a Manufacturer of Medium Voltage Switchgear up to 24kV for Power Networks

RITTER medium voltage switchgear find their application in Energy Infrastructures (substations) such as AC power networks (electricity grids up to 24 kV). They play a key role in distributing power to ensure a safe and reliable operation of power networks (electricity grids).

We manufacture Substation medium voltage switchgear in the ranges:

  • Air Insulated, 12 kV 3600A 50kA
  • Air Insulated, 24 kV 4000A 40kA

Our Switchgears are type tested in accordance to IEC 62271-200.

Medium Voltage Switchgear GT3

  • slide-in type switchgear with circuit-breaker and single busbar
  • metal enclosure, metal clad
  • air insulated
  • up to 24 kV, list 2
  • up to 3150 A and 40 kA 3 s
  • proofed to internal arcing
  • IEC 62271-200
  • DIN EN 62271-200
  • VDE 0671-200
  • DIN EN 60694

Slide-in Type Switchgear

Type GT3 12- and 24 kV slide-in type switchgear for singleand duplex-mounting.

Design

Slide-in type medium voltage switchgear with circuit-breakers, single busbar, for single and duplex-mounting, metal enclosure, metal clad, air insulated, proofed to internal arcing, with busbar compartmentalization (type GT3-2) and optional compartmentalization for circuit-breaker and cable terminal section (type GT3-4).

Field of Application

Circuit-breaker switchgear for distribution substations in grid-, industrial- and power supply plants. Applicable for the switching of transformers, motors, generators, capacitors and transmission lines.

Cubicle Styles

Load-break switches, circuit-breakers and vacuum contactors in slide-in type design, measuring cubicles in fi xed mounted or slide-in type design.

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