BD01 system – 40 ... 160 A

The Flexible Power Supplier for Workshops and Production Operations Fortrade Enterprises


SIVACON 8PS - in action (examples)

SIVACON 8PS - The innovative alternative to cables

SIVACON 8PS - for high-rise buildings

SIVACON 8PS - The innovative alternative to cables

SIVACON 8PS - The innovative alternative to cables

SIVACON 8PS - The innovative alternative to

SIVACON 8PS - for high-rise buildings

SIVACON 8PS - for data center

SIVACON 8PS - for the manufacturing industry

SIVACON 8PS - for data center

SIVACON 8PS - for data center

SIVACON 8PS - for the manufacturing industry


Safe, demand-oriented power supply

The BD01 system is designed for applications from 40 A to 160 A. It is employed in trade and industry enterprises to safely supply small consumers with power or realise the infeed of a lighting system. Planning is especially simple and it ensures a flexible power supply. In addition to the pre-wired tap-off units, which can also be individually equipped with components, numerous add-on devices such as protective devices or combinations with SCHUKO or CEE socket outlets are available.

Guided mounting and clear consumer assignment

The reliable mechanical and electrical connection technology guarantees error-free installation thanks to the asymmetry of the connection point of the BD01 system. The codable tap-off points and units can be clearly assigned to the consumers. The operating personnel are afforded a high degree of protection by the guided mounting of the tap-off units. The tap-off points are only automatically opened upon connection of the tap-off units. As soon as these units are removed, the tap-off points close automatically.

Simple planning of a modern network structure

The tap-off units can be plugged onto all system sizes. Feeder units can be used as incoming, end or centre feeding unit. These two facts make both planning and stock keeping easier. Numerous components are available and so the power supply can be flexibly adapted to all building structures using 3D junction units.