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Distribution Panel Components - CIC

CIC | CHALLENGE INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD., since 1974, is a global supplier of Distribution Panel Components. CIC specializes in the manufacture of instrument transformers, distribution transformers, detuned reactors, epoxy insulators, electronic energy meters, etc. Also provided or distributed are a wide range of other electrical or electronic apparatus.

Certified to ISO 9001, CIC ensures superior quality of its goods through such advanced technologies and materials as Swiss-manufactured equipment (for the production of resin insulators), Araldite® epoxy resin, and technology transferred from Messwandler-Bau (MWB) of Germany.

Backed by 44 years of experience, CIC offers custom-made products, OEM/ODM services, and technical support tailored to the needs of its discerning clientele.

Distribution Panel Components

Distribution Panel Components
Distribution Panel Components

Gas-Filled Dry Type Low-Voltage Power Capacitors
Oil-Type Low-Voltage Power Capacitors (Safety)
Surge Absorbing Capacitors
High-Voltage Power Capacitors
M-series Dry-Type Low-Voltage Power Capacitors
Surge Protection Devices (SPD)

  • Power Capacitors
    Power Capacitors

    High-Voltage Power Capacitors. Surge Absorbing Capacitors. M-Series Dry-Type Low-Voltage Power Capacitors. Oil-Type Low-Voltage Power Capacitors (Safety). Gas-Filled Dry-Type Low-Voltage Power Capacitors.

  • Surge Protection Devices (SPD)
    Surge Protection Devices (SPD)

    From the need to automatize as well as remotely, precisely control and monitor an electrical power system, the use of a large amount of electronic equipment is resulted. However, a high-voltage surge induced by lightning discharge current, as well as a surge caused by a line fault or the operation of a switch, may easily damage expensive equipment or even threaten the safety of personnel. With a view to averting the aforementioned surge-related dangers, a carefully-designed low-voltage power system and its appropriate placement, combined with installation of a correct surge protection device, are necessary means for preventing serious harm.