Mersen’s Fused Coordination Panelboard is designed to meet requirements defined by the National Electrical Code (NEC) to protect critical power operations. These panels are provided with a default short circuit current rating (SCCR) of 200kA and provide overcurrent protection through a combination of a circuit breaker and fuse. The circuit breaker is designed to be resettable on operations for overloads and operate the series fuse for faults up to 200kA. Mersen’s Fused Coordination Panelboard can simplify the process in achieving code compliance for designers.
The Product Configuration and Selection Tool allows Mersen partners to design their own custom-configured panelboard by selecting the ratings, features, and options you want via a graphical interface or selection of features. The Configuration tool will also provide a detailed quote and in of the job in PDF format. Mersen specialists can also work with you to design a solution that fits your requirements.
The Product Configuration and Selection Tool is accessed by a separate user name and login from the login used to access ep.mersen.com. For access to the MFCP Configurator, please contact your Mersen Regional Manager.
You've got options! Mersen offers over 90,000 configurable options of single unit shunt trip switches, which allows for optimal functionality to be built into a single compact panel. For last minute jobs, Mersen now stocks an offering of popular models for quick shipment. For larger buildings with banks of 2 or more elevators, Mersen now offers a panel with up to six elevator protection and control modules. This greatly reduces wiring, installation time, footprint and commissioning time. No matter what you are facing on the jobsite, Mersen has options to help you get your equipment on-site and running.
Mersen’s fusible shunt trip switch panels are UL Listed for industrial control offering remote load-break disconnection capability to emergency circuits.
Panels built for elevator applications feature control transformers (fusing both primary and secondary sides), a fire safety interface relay with a fire alarm voltage monitoring relay, and mechanically interlocked auxiliary contacts. Use of Mersen’s Amp-Trap 2000® AJT Class J fuses permits easy selective coordination, while providing the panel and its components with superior current limitation and the ability to withstand high fault conditions. AJT fuses provide added system reliability since no maintenance or periodic testing is required as with other electromechanical overcurrent devices.