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The Schneider Electric Model 6 Motor Control Center (MCC) is now enhanced with 18-Pulse Drive high horsepower capability designed for applications within the water and wastewater industry. Designed for high-horsepower applications, this clean power solution minimizes harmonic content and complies with the IEEE 519 clean power guidelines, achieving over 95 percent harmonic cancellation and complete UL 845 MCC compliance up to 100,000 A RMS short circuit ratings. The Model 6 MCC has a compact footprint and is now a full-line solution from 40-400 horsepower.

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