InControl Issue 4

Determining short circuit current ratings
Industrial control panels
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Calculate SCCR
The short circuit current rating (SCCR) of a control panel is a critical figure to determine in order to adequately protect people who work on or around power equipment.  

This white paper provides a brief background on SCCR, then goes on to detail the process for determining the SCCR of an industrial control panel. 
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