More than 2000 images of items have been created or updated, which makes it much easier to recognize the correct item.
Updates in Design menu:
4000A & 5000A sections with ACB (big frame) can now be created in 6M width.
This solution saves 25% space and copper compared to the previous solutions.
We have both a solution tested according to IEC 61439-1/2 and UL891
The new sections are at the end of the “Incoming Section” tab.
The IEC version is available with 4000A & 5000A ACB’s when making the ABB type E6.2 and Schneider Electric type MTZ3, both in the draw-out version.
Both above and underneath the ACB, it is possible to insert several types of connections and they can be combined:
Direct connections from ACB terminals to Cable brackets:
Connections from ACB terminal to a vertical S2000 system:
Connections from ACB terminal to a vertical S2000 system and connection to a S7000 system in the top/bottom. Standard connection to S7000:
Connections from ACB terminal to a vertical S2000 system and connection to a S7000 system in the top/bottom. CT connection to S7000, one current transformer can be mounted on each pole:
In front of the ACB, it is possible to insert a C-cover that fits perfectly to the chosen configuration.
Behind the C-cover it is possible to insert a front cover.
Behind the ACB, it is possible to insert a horizontal separation between the upper and lower terminals. This solution will make it easy to create Form 3/4 sections.
The UL version needs to use the special UL-approved ACB, remark special terminals. ABB E6.2 is tested with more or less the same connections as for the IEC version but with other dimensions and distances.
Mounting plates in BSM (1,5M deep)
The necessary brackets are now included in the part list.
S2000D in 3M deep panels. BOM specified left carrier when it should specify right, and vice versa.
MPI Form covering; Graphic was inserted too deep.
S2000HI Form covering. Some graphics were inserted wrong.
S2000HB transport division was placed too far to the right side.
S2000 in 4M deep for MD sections. The connections to S7000 were placed wrong.
Using the Dimension tool could cause the panel to damage the drawing and BOM.
Editing an inserted item could cause dialog setting for inserting new items to lose its settings.
Improved logic when editing Cable Grids
When using multiple screens, the Item Detail window could cause Galaxy to crash when closing the window.