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    Which device would you most likely find used as a main switch?

    Which device would you most likely find used as a main switch on a 4000A low voltage switchgear installation?
    The correct answer is BPS.
    What BPS stands for?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sviat10 View Post
    Which device would you most likely find used as a main switch on a 4000A low voltage switchgear installation?
    The correct answer is BPS.
    What BPS stands for?
    Thanks
    Bolted Pressure Switch

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    Quote Originally Posted by rofo42 View Post
    Bolted Pressure Switch
    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sviat10 View Post
    Thank you
    I highly recommend the Paul Gill book, Electrical Power Equipment Maintenance and Testing.

    Section 8.5, page 441/442 goes into some detail about high pressure bolted switches.

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