Prevent Worker Exposure To Live Voltage

Users of the Allen-Bradley CENTERLINE 2010 motor control center from Rockwell Automation (Milwaukee, WI) can help reduce worker exposure to live voltage with SecureConnect. This new, optional safety feature allows operators to disconnect the power from an individual MCC plug-in unit without opening the enclosure door or entering the arc flash boundary.

Users of the Allen-Bradley CENTERLINE 2010 motor control center from Rockwell Automation (Milwaukee, WI) can help reduce worker exposure to live voltage with SecureConnect. This new, optional safety feature allows operators to disconnect the power from an individual MCC plug-in unit without opening the enclosure door or entering the arc flash boundary. SecureConnect is designed to enable personnel to disengage an individual MCC unit from the power source before opening the door to perform maintenance or troubleshooting, which can be done at the unit or remotely. Confirmation of complete power removal process is provided by SecureConnect’s multipoint validation system, which notifies operators when the unit’s power stabs are entirely withdrawn from the vertical bus.

Visit www.rockwellautomation.com to learn more.

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