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Overview
Founded in 1922, Socomec is an industrial group with a workforce of 3100 people. Our core business – the availability, control and safety of low voltage electrical networks with increased focus on our customers’ power performance. Our manufacturer’s expertise naturally extends to a complete range of services designed to facilitate the research, implementation and operation of our solutions. Our service teams have built their reputation on reassuring guidance, flexible skills and reactivity.
  • gG fuses

    Special size 2 from 63 to 400 A

    SOCOMEC fuses provide protection for low voltage distribution wiring systems. They are intended for section feeders on low voltage switchboards, high power circuits, and with network boxes and connection enclosures.
    There are 2 versions of fuses:
    • 115 mm bar with flexible clamp.
    • 160 mm bar with secure clamp.
    In addition to the fuses, a neutral link should be fitted to the neutral pole of the circuit breakers.
    Advantages
    In addition to the benefits of standard gG fuses (high breaking capacity, simple and reliable discrimination, guaranteed protection over time, containment of the energy released following a blown fuse, etc.), these fuses have extra benefits.

    • Improved mechanical withstand
    • Optimum quality
    • Adapted protection
    • Certified maximum consumption
  • TRS

    Reduced size urban panels

    TRS, or reduced size panels, are installed bottom of transformers in MV/LV public distribution substations. At the level of the LV network's incomers, they provide general on load breaking or making on 4 or 8 feeders protected by fuse disconnect switches.

    • Guaranteed safety
    • Proven reliability
    • Easy installation and operation
    • Extensive range
  • BT 300

    300 A protection panels

    BT 300 low voltage panels are installed bottom of the transformers in MV/LV rural public distribution substations.
    At the level of the low voltage network's incomers, they ensure distribution on 1 or 2 feeders protected by fuse disconnect switches.

    • Improved safety
    • Simple optimised operation
    • Design & robustness
    • Manufacturer warranty
  • TIPI

    Low voltage feeder pillars for public distribution networks

    TIPI low voltage feeder pillars are installed bottom of the transformers in MV/LV public distribution substations.
    At the level of the LV network's incomers, they assure general on-load breaking or making and the distribution on 4 to 8 feeders protected by fuse disconnect switches.
    Additional functions provide new advantages for:
    • Better awareness of the requirements for power supply continuity and the safety of property and persons.
    • Preparing the 'increased intelligence' of substations; a measurement unit can be installed directly on the panel, for example for monitoring transformer data.

    • Improved safety
    • Simple optimised operation
    • Design & robustness
    • Manufacturer warranty
  • Current transformer shorting device

    This device ensures:
    • The protection of persons working within the HV measuring circuits
    • The protection of the HV systems
    Within the measuring circuits, this device provides the short-circuiting of CT secondary circuits, thus ensuring the protection of operative personnel. This operation is required before any servicing work or opening of circuits if the primaries are live.
    In protection circuits, the short-circuiting device protects HV installations by preventing potential increases in voltage from induction by fixing the common point to the earth potential.

    • Easy wiring
    • Easy to Install 
    • Turnkey enclosures
    • Improved Safety
  • RB enclosures

    Battery enclosure for relay buildings (RB)

    The RB battery enclosure is placed between the battery and the distribution enclosure of the RBs. With it, you can disconnect the battery and connect a back-up battery.
    It is usually installed in the RB relay building.
    This enclosure allows power to be supplied to the bottom distribution cabinet:
    • Either from the permanent battery through a two-pole fully visualised breaking switch.
    • Or from a provisional battery or "buffer battery", protected by two crossed bushings.

    • Easy wiring
    • Weather conditions
    • Turnkey enclosures
  • Collecting units

    Range of enclosures for HV substations

    These enclosures are designed to regroup the intermediary connections between:
    • The voltage and current measurement transformers or the tapchanger terminals of the transformer and the LV control cabinet.

    • Easy wiring
    • Weather conditions
    • Turnkey enclosures
    • Flexible configuration
  • Primary enclosures

    Range of enclosures for auxiliary units

    Our enclosures, installed at the output of auxiliary services transformers, are designed to:
    • Protect the AC power supply to an auxiliary unit panel (TR enclosures).
    • Protect the power supply to coolers from a transformer or auto-transformer of related power (TR' enclosures).
    • Protect and switch to a second source of these coolers (AR or AR' enclosures).
    • Protect the occasional power supply of coolers via an auxiliary source (ZR enclosures).

    • Easy wiring
    • Weather conditions
    • Turnkey enclosures
    • Flexible configuration
  • AUd11 panels

    Auxiliary units

    AUd11 panel, the latest evolution of the AU89, is an AC and DC current distribution panel (control and telecommunications) for HV/MV substations. Allowing:
    • The continuity of LV power of the station's auxiliary equipment by automatic switching between 2 different sources ("AST1", "AST2").
    • The distribution and protection of AC and DC equipment power supply.
    It is composed of:
    • 1 switchover chassis guaranteeing the safety of the power supply.
    • 2 AC outputs chassis, stage 1 and stage 2, which can be regrouped into a single, dualcolumn chassis.
    • 2 DC control outputs chassis, stage 1 and stage 2, which can be regrouped into a single, dual-column chassis.
    • 1 DC Telecom output chassis.

    • Manufacturer warranty
    • Improved safety
    • Optimised use
    • Easy installation
    • Flexible configuration
  • AU11 panels

    Auxiliary units

    AU11 panel, the latest evolution of the AU95, is an AC and DC current distribution panel (control and telecommunications) for HV substations. Allowing:
    • The continuity of LV power of the station's auxiliary equipment by automatic switching between 2 different sources and a genset ("AST1", "AST2", "G").
    • The distribution and protection of AC and DC equipment power supply.
    It is composed of:
    • 2 switchover chassis guaranteeing the safety of the power supply: Main input "A" and backup input "D"
    • 1 or more AC outputs chassis
    • 1 or more DC outputs chassis

    • Manufacturer warranty
    • Improved safety
    • Optimised use
    • Easy installation
    • Flexible configuration

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