Main Distribution Boards
Power Distribution is a system, consisting of a Main Distribution Board (MDB), Sub Main Distribution Boards (SMDBs) and Final Distribution Boards, by which the electrical energy is transmitted via branches to reach the exact end user.
An MDB is a panel or enclosure that houses the fuses, circuit breakers and ground leakage protection units where the electrical energy, which is used to distribute electrical power to numerous individual circuits or consumer points, is taken in from the transformer or an upstream panel. An MDB typically has a single or multiple incoming power sources and includes main circuit breakers and residual current or earth leakage protection devices. A MDB is comprised of a free standing enclosure, a bus bar system, MCCB’s, metering and support equipments and required current transformers. Panels are assembled in a systematic manner such as incomer section and outgoing section.
Sub Main Distribution Boards
The MDB then feeds SMDBs, which is installed generally at the point where a large distribution cable terminates and several smaller sub-circuits start. These are the switchboards that although similar construction, are larger than a final distribution board circuit. The boards are installed midway through the power distribution system, at the point in a large distribution cable ends, and several smaller starting sub-circuits.
Final Distribution Boards
A Final Distribution Board (FDB) is an assembly of protective devices, including two or more fuses or circuit breakers, arranged for the distribution of electrical energy to the final circuits. It consists of a suitable enclosure containing suitable facilities for mounting fuses and/or circuit breakers and other protective devices (such as residual current circuit breakers/devices which may, or may not, provide integral overcurrent protection) and other switching and control devices. An FDB will also contain ‘busbars’ for interconnecting the circuit breakers or fuses along with neutral and earth bars for connecting the incoming and outgoing neutral conductors and protective conductors. This enclosure may be either all insulated type or metal clad construction
Motor Control Panels
Designed to your specific requirements
We have the experience to design motor control centers and control panels to your specific requirements. Utilizing soft start units, variable speed drives, (Inverters), PLC’s, interfacing with instrumentation and providing telemetry.
Pump Control Panels
pump control panels and starters are made with current sensing technology so they provide accurate and reliable protection to motor of any horse power rating.
- Microcontroller based software Technology
- Model to suit every single / three phase range
- Calibrated Digital Voltmeter & Ammeter
- Electrical safety from all electrical fault
Manual / Automatic Change Over Panels
In the event of a power outage, our changeover panels are designed to transfer the supply to an emergency backup supply, either manually or automatically depending on the need of the application. Manufactured from 16A up to and including 4000A. If you require more information, submit an enquiry and one of our design engineers will contact you shortly.
VFD Control Panels
Sometimes your work space is dusty, dirty, wet, humid, corrosive, or hot. In those harsh environments, you cannot just mount your VFD exposed. You need a VFD Control panel – an enclosure that protects the VFD and other electric components.
What is a VFD control panel used for?
Keeping all components in one panel
Keeping dust, dirt, and weather out of electrical parts
A complete motor control solution (bypass, harmonic filtering, etc.)
HVAC Control Panels
Our pre-assembled HVAC Control Panels help system integrators streamline the installation process and reduce unnecessary costs associated with manual field assembly.
Power Factor Improvement Panels
Automatic Power factor correction panel. APFC panels for low voltage applications. Automatic Power factor correction panel is fully automatic in operation and can achieve desired power factor under fluctuating load conditions
Soft Starter Panels
A soft start panel is a control system that reduces the amount of torque delivered to the power train of an AC electric motor. In an electric application, the soft starter temporarily reduces the current input or voltage. It can also affect how the motor receives power through the electrical circuit. In pump applications soft start panels are valued because they ward off pressure surges. The soft start panel can be electrical or mechanical or both. A clutch, fluid drive, shot coupling or other devices may be used as soft start panels. These starts offer ultimate protection and light load energy efficiency.
New Building Projects
Metron provides reliable and professional electrical services with top-notch electrical products and quality workmanship at newly construction multistory buildings and Industries.
Project Site Services.
- Electrical Upgrades
- Lighting Controls
- Emergency Power
- Energy Management
- Emergency Electrical Services
- Emergency Exit Violations
- Fire Violations
- Troubleshooting Breakers and Fuses
- Power Outlets
- Power Surge Suppressors
- Lighting Control
- Emergency Lighting Violations.
- Lightening Protection.