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Configure your MCC
Configure your MCC

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  1. Enter your project name in the dialogue box and click next - this will generate a blank tier and save the design to your personal library / dashboard
  2. Click the ‘MCC Specification’ button - select busbar rating, access and cable entry requirements. This will determine panel depth and component menus.
  3. Use the ‘Configuration’ menu – select the required design...
    1. Linear – in line design is the default setting
    2. L Shape – end section with corner panel (see below for detailed help)
    3. U Shape – add start and end with corner section (see below for detailed help)

Populate

  1. Select components from the ‘Cubicle’ menu - drag and drop incomers, starters and drives in to the first tier ensuring there is enough space below the component to fit
  2. Add a tier – click the ‘+’ button to the right of the panel to add a new tier and cable ways for front access panels
  3. Delete a tier – select the tier and click the ‘+’ button above it. Or delete the individual cubicles.
  4. Delete a cubicle – select the cubicle and click the ‘x’ icon top right
  5. Change a cubicle - delete the content in the destination cubicle and drag and drop the replacement from the cubicle menu, or move from an existing tier
  6. Add a section - click the ‘Sections’ button, click 'Add', each new section is added below the predecessor
  7. Delete a section – click the ‘x’ icon in the ‘Configuration’ menu
  8. Change the MCC specification - select edit from the ‘Main Menu’ to change ratings and access specifications, the configurator will recalculate accordingly
  9. Create an L shape design – select ‘end with corner section’ from the ‘Configuration menu’, once populated click ‘Sections’ to add section B
  10. Create a U shape design – there are two ways. If you wish to start in the middle, select ‘start and end with a corner section’, populate, then add the left and right sections. Alternatively, create a ‘Linear’ section, then select ‘end with a corner section’ to create section B, and again for C
  11. Correctly locate components that require glanding – components such as large VSDs and Feeders must touch the bottom of the tier to be adjacent to the glanding chamber.

Manage

Using the main menu and function buttons on the top navigation bar…

  1. Add a process specific cubicle label –  double click the cubicle and enter the process-function label you require
  2. Save configuration– click ‘Save’ button 
  3. Export to PDF– click ‘Export’ button
  4. Review and update designs – access your design library via the ‘Dashboard’ in the main menu
  5. Create new design – select ‘New Design’ from the main menu
  6. Report an error or usability problem – click the GPS logo to return to the main website and complete the form in the ‘Contact’ page

Minimum System Requirements 

There’s no need to download or install any software on your computer to use the GPS configurator, just navigate to gpsgroup.co.uk/app in your preferred web browser and log in to your account.

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