Schneider Electric Launches ‘EasyPact’ In Ghana

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Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management, has launched a new range of products in the EasyPact family of protection and control offers onto the Ghanaian market.

The range includes, the EasyPact MVS range of low-voltage power circuit breakers and switch disconnectors for applications from 800 to 4000 A, the EasyPact™ CVS range of Class II moulded case circuit breakers (MCCB) for low-voltage applications from 100 to 630 amps, as well as the EasyPact TVS range of motor starters solutions from 6 to 630A.

The EasyPact range delivers superior value, a reliable level of performance and cost-saving functionality that is unusual in their individual price range.

The range is specially-designed to match the requirements of the majority of common control and protection applications in medium-sized commercial, residential and industrial buildings in Ghana.

Speaking at the product launch in Accra, Mr. Marcel Hochet, Country President of Schneider Electric, described the EasyPact product range as robust, reliable and affordable.

According to him “all circuit breaker ranges within the EasyPact family are designed to operate in close coordination with each other to localize the impact of a fault and maximize facility uptime.

The range leverages our expertise in precision design and manufacturing, delivering exceptional value to our customers at affordable rates”.

Mr. Hochet said, the EasyPact range is simple and safe during installation, operation, and maintenance activities.

The robust nature of these circuit breakers and motor starter solutions are suitable for isolation, guaranteed to the IEC 60947-2 standard, and provide a highly visible and lockable contact position indicator to ensure operator confidence’.

Manufactured from premium materials in ISO 9001 and ISO 14000 certified production plants, the EasyPact range of circuit breakers and motor starters are fully tested and certified by national, international, and third-party organisations to all relevant safety standards.

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