By using our website, you consent to the use of cookies.

We use cookies to analyse the access to our website. For more information about the cookies we use and how we manage them, please see our website privacy policy.

RITTER Low Voltage Switchgear Preview
RITTER Plug-in design panels ST 2001
Version with single busbar in or double-front mode of construction up to 0,7 kV, type-tested, metal clad and partly compartmentalized

- DIN EN 60439 Part 1
- IEC 60439-1
- DIN VDE 0660 Teil 500
Plug-in design panels ST 2001
RITTER plug-in design panels are selected as motor distribution systems, as load and DC distributors and for light and socket automatic unit outputs. With the aid of the reinforced RITTER contact busbar, up to 2200 A can be distributed per panel.
ST 2001 is a concept for the cost-favourable retrofitting and converting of combinations of modular devices subject to the taking into account of the accident prevention regulations for current carrying busbars. The modules consist of a device plate with separating plates to the modules mounted above and below. The rated current of the modules is determined by the number of input contacts (250 A per contact).
Arrangement of the Modules
The ST switch cabinet can subdivided in stages of 100 mm into a maximum of 18 tiers.

Module sizes:
  • Size 1 - entire row
  • Size 2 - two rows
The vertical 800 or 2200 A contact busbar is fitted in the rear part of the standard frame and is connected to the busbar. A cable conductor and a PEN (PE-N) rail is mounted on the right-hand side wall. A 4 (8) pole control voltage rail can be fitted on the right next to the modules.
The cabinet is closed with one door or with one double door (module compartment / cable compartment). The cables are led up in the right-hand part of the cabinet on the module output terminals. A control voltage niche is arranged behind the upper panel cover. Closed-loop networks are led from panel to panel within the cable compartment.
The ST modules consist of a U-shaped sheet steel part. The main receiving contacts are arranged on the back. At installation, the modules are placed on guide pins, which at the same time serve as leading earthing when plugged in, and are then screwed into place.
The modules can be loaded individually. Controlling can be carried out optionally with the aid of terminals or plug-in connectors. The modules can be provided with instrument carriers in an additive manner.
Outline ST 2001