Main rangeCanalis product nameKT product or component typeExpansion unit busbar descriptionFlexible bar device short nameKTC device applicationFeeder length materialCopper [Ie] rated operational current2500 A at 35 °C polarity3L + N + PE number of tap-off outlets0 length1000 mm provided equipmentTrunking unitJointing unit Complementary housing materialPolyester film contacts materialCopper [Ue] rated operational voltage1000 V network frequency50/60 Hz [Ui] rated insulation voltage1000 V [Icw] rated short-time withstand current80 kA [Ipk] rated peak withstand current176 kA radiated magnetic field1.3 µT thermal stress limit6400 A².s THDI33...100 %, maximum load current: 1600 A15...33 %, maximum load current: 2000 A0...15 %, maximum load current: 2500 A voltage dropWith cos φ =0.8, 0.0018 V at 50 Hz with 1A for 100 m longWith cos φ =1, 0.0015 V at 50 Hz with 1A for 100 m longWith cos φ =0.9, 0.0018 V at 50 Hz with 1A for 100 m longWith cos φ =0.7, 0.0018 V at 50 Hz with 1A for 100 m long mounting modeBy hook mounting supportPendantCantilever arm installation directionHorizontalVertical horizontal distance30 m neutral positionRight standardsIEC 61439-1IEC 61439-6 dimension typeFix width140 mm height204 mm colourRAL 9001 : white product weight60 kg linear load60 kg/m Environment IP degree of protectionIP55 conforming to IEC 60529 IK degree of protectionIK08 conforming to IEC 62262 derating factor100 % of In at 0...35 °C95 % of In at 35...40 °C90 % of In at 40...45 °C84 % of In at 45...50 °C79 % of In at 50...55 °C Offer Sustainability RoHS (date code: YYWW)Compliant - since 1052 - Schneider Electric declaration of conformity
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