NXPLUS C Wind 36kV MV switchgear gas-insulated
Siemens

NXPLUS C Wind 36kV MV switchgear gas-insulated

The fixed-mounted circuit-breaker switchgear NXPLUS C Wind for primary distribution systems is a factory-assembled, type-tested, metal-enclosed, SF6-insulated switchgear for single-busbar applications for indoor installation. It is mainly used in wind turbines and in substations for connecting the wind turbines to the wind park network, but it can also be used in transformer and switching substations for other applications. NXPLUS C Wind switchgear complies with the relevant standards and specifications of IEC 62271-1 , 62271-200 and 62271-304. There are circuit-breaker panels, disconnector panels and ring-main panels available.
Specification
  • http://www.siemens.com/specifications
Technical specification
  • Unique ref.Siemens_MV_switchgear_gas-insulated_NXPLUS_C_Wind
  • Collection setMV switchgear
  • CollectionGas-insulated switchgear for primary distribution systems
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2018-07-06
  • Edition number1
  • Width (mm)1900
  • Depth (mm)1000
Related
  • Material mainStainless steel
  • Designed inGermany
  • Manufactured inGermany
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryElectrical - Switchgear
  • IFC classificationElectric Distribution
  • UNSPSC nameSwitchgear systems
  • UNSPSC code39121105
  • Uniclass 1.4 CodeJV1
  • Uniclass 1.4 DescriptionElectricity supply
  • Uniclass 2.0 CodePR-86
  • Uniclass 2.0 DescriptionSwitchgear And Transformers
  • NBS Reference Code86
  • NBS Reference DescriptionSwitchgear And Transformers

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