Originally published on EcoStruxure Power Design Blog by Genghiz | February 16, 2021 06:42 AM
Following are the offers integrated and made available at the "EcoStruxure Power Design - Ecodial INT 4.9.5" version of the application.
Other Offers :
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CIRCUIT BREAKER - EasyPact™ CVS Breaker:
CIRCUIT BREAKER- EasyPact™ MVS Breaker:
CIRCUIT BREAKER - EasyPact™ EZC:
For which countries is this version available?Where can I download EcoStruxure Power Design - Ecodial INT 4.9.5?Thanks in advance
This is the international version and applicable where IEC standards are followed. You can download the software here
@ArjunSwamy thanks for the source
searching the global site gave me only this result
what about use of single core cables 630 to 1000 sq.mm in ECODIAL for Transformer LV side to Main LV panel which is a prevalent practice in middle east? Currently this feature is not available. Lack of this feature is giving wrong results to us engineers in Gulf. How about adding this feature?
Thanks for your query.
In the latest International V4.9.5 version. This feature is already added. Now the user will be able to select the required cable cross-sectional area up to 1000sq.mm and Ecodial will be able to size the optimum cable CSA.
Here I attached the screenshot of your reference.
In this example, I have selected 1000sq.mm as the max permissible CSA. The application is proposing the best-suited cable CSA based on the transformer power.
You can download the latest International version by using this link. EcoStruxure Power Design - Ecodial
Noted. Thanks for the update.
However, it is noticed that, for 3x1000 sq.mm as per phase conductor , the PE conductor also is sized as 1000 Sq.mm ( for both TT and TN-S system) whereas standard maximum size normally used is 300 sq.mm. Whether we adopt 50% of phase conductor rule or adiabatic equation, I don't think 1000 sq.mm would be required.
I checked with another similar software from SIEMENS and the result is 300 sq.mm for PE.(see image attached).
Any clarification would be highly appreciated .
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