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April 13, 2020

Feature-rich modular design engineered to deliver rugged, dependable service for years to come. Incorporates a wide selection of state-of-the-art product components.

Designed and manufactured to tackle the toughest power and process control challenges, the Schneider Electric Model 6 Motor Control Centre (MCC) features innovations that provide unmatched performance, high reliability and low maintenance. The Model 6 MCC integrates industry-leading components into the most flexible and smallest footprint possible to meet your power, control and automation needs. Model 6 MCC provides superior performance and reliable operation with enhanced safety features.

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  • Standard Structure Height 90 inches
  • Voltage Rating 208 through 600 volts; 3 phase; 3 or 4 wire
  • Enclosure Type NEMA Type 1, Type 1 gasketed, Type 12 and Type 3R
  • Optionally available in an arc resistant enclosure
  • Horizontal Bus Rating 600, 800, 1200, 1600, 2000, 2500 and 3200 amps
  • Horizontal Ground Bus Rating 300 and 600 amps
  • Vertical Bus Rating 300, 600, 1000 and 1200 amps
  • Bus Withstand Rating 42kA, 65kA, 85kA, and 100kA
  • Optionally available as an intelligent motor control centre (iMCC) solution
  • Plug-in Unit Shutters Manual (standard) and Automatic (optional)




  •  -   The Schneider Electric Model 6 MCC reflects our commitment to manufacture the highest quality motor control centre with the structural dependability to meet years of demanding service requirements
  •  -   Developed using Six Sigma methodology
  •  -   Field proven, the exclusive frame profile provides a strong, durable structure that protects the internal power, control and automation components in the most severe applications
  •  -   Integral bus system provides withstand ratings of up to 100kA and is verified and certified by CSA per applicable standards


  •  -   Customer-driven features for improved usability
  •  -   Compatible with a wide range of Schneider Electric components including Powerpact® Motor Circuit Protectors, TeSys T Motor Management Controllers and Altivar AC Drives
  •  -   Available as an “intelligent” solution: intelligent components in a communication network or pre-wired distributed I/O


  •  -   Fast and simple commissioning with intelligent tools
  •  -   Industry-exclusive, full-depth vertical wireway
  •  -   Horizontal bus located at the top of the structure for easy installation, inspection and maintenance without the need to remove units
  •  -   Captive horizontal splice bars prevent bar loss and make connecting sections quick and simple

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