Introducing the Updated FUSE-ion Configurator and Selector Tool, with 2D Output, from Mersen

Mersen Fusion Configurator

March 22, 2023

For configuring Fused Coordination Panelboards, Fusible Shunt Trip Disconnects, and Multi-Unit Fusible Shunt Trip Panels

Mersen is excited to announce the availability of its newest digital tool, the Mersen FUSE-ion Configurator and Selector Tool. The latest version of Mersen’s configurator software program for Fused Coordination Panels, Mersen FUSE-ion offers many new features that make it easier than ever to create a custom proposal document. 

FUSE-ion Configurator Capabilities

Mersen FUSE-ion lets Mersen partners design your own custom-configured Fused Coordination Panelboard by selecting ratings, features, and options via a graphical interface. Customers will find this new software quick, simple, and easy to operate: by working through a selection of questions and choices, you can create a proposal in a matter of minutes. The Mersen FUSE-ion Configurator and Selector Tool will provide a quote and download a PDF of the configured job, and the new 2D output gives the customer a detailed look at the finished product. 

Customers can now also add Shunt Trips, Multi Shunt Trip devices as well as select from a vast list of accessory products giving them a complete package. And, if needed, Mersen engineers will also work with you to design a solution that fits your requirements. 

To use the Mersen FUSE-ion Configurator and Selector Tool, you’ll first need to be approved for access. To request login credentials, email your name, email address, and company name to fusedpanelboards.ep@mersen.com

For more information about Mersen FUSE-ion, visit the Mersen FUSE-ion Configurator and Selector Tool page. For more information about Mersen, visit ep.mersen.com.

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