All the consultations, as well as the design work on the panels, were done remotely, in accordance with COVID-19 restrictions. The copper connections were created in-house from drawings produced by Rittal’s online configurator, saving the client both time and money. The project was turned around quickly, while still maintaining Rittal’s high standards across engineering and customer service.Powerfish is a progressive electrical engineering and panel building company based in Perth, Scotland. Its engineering and manufacturing facility delivers a full range of engineering capabilities for the power generation and controls industry. The compa-ny’s G99 control system provides clients with a remote monitoring and web interface for control and automation systems. Access is provided through proprietary Powerfish monitoring and data-logging software.Powerfish approached Rittal about building three new panels for three new hydro-turbine generators at a site in the Scottish Highlands. The panels needed to accom-modate large 400mm incoming cables from below, via a trench. They also needed sufficient space within the panels to house new voltage transformers and G99 control equipment.
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