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2. RECEIVING AND HANDLING

Upon receipt of your ACB, check the following. If you have any question or problem, contact us at the indicated on the backcover of this manual. Check that the ACB received is as ordered and that the accessories are as specified. Check that the ACB is not damaged during shipment. >

2-1. Transportation Precautions

DANGER

Never stand under the ACB that has been lifted or suspended by a lifter or lifting attachments. If the ACB body isaccidentally dropped, its weight may cause serious injury. >

2-1-1. Transporting the ACB

Before transporting the ACB, make sure the breaker body is in the CONN. position. If the ACB has breaker fixing bolts, makesure the breaker body is secured to the draw-out cradle with the fixing bolts. When lifting the ACB, hold it using lifting attachments or wire ropes through the lifting holes. Take care that the positionswitches, control circuit terminals, auxiliary switches, arc gas barrier and control terminal block cover which are shown in
figure 1 are not damaged by the lifting rope. Lift the ACB carefully and gently. For transportation, place the ACB on a palletand carry slowly and carefully. Avoid shock and vibration to the ACB during transportation. Do not lay the ACB during transportation. When transporting the ACB over great distances, crate it for protection against shock and vibration and secure the cratepackage with wood or ropes. When transporting the ACB while it is installed in a switchboard, you should fix the breaker body in the draw-out cradle withthe breaker fixing bolts (optional). Lower the ACB onto a flat, level surface. Position switchesControl circuit terminals A uxiliar y switchesArc gas barrierControl terminal block cover Breaker fixing boltBreaker bodyDraw-out cradleLifting hole (20mm)Lifting attachment Front viewRear viewFig. 1 Transporting the ACB 3 >

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