Jun 22, 2015

Schneider Electric Launch International Standard High End Switchgear and Busduct in Myanmar

June 22, 2015, Yangon - Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management, held a product
launching ceremony in MICT.

This ceremony introduces Prisma kit system and I-Line II & Canalis Busway system, which target leadership
in Myanmar low voltage system.

Prisma: Solution for Type Tested and IEC Compliant Low Voltage Switchboards

A modular and prefabricated solution based on a complete system in kit form, which fully integrates Schneider
Electric switchgear offerings and includes the distribution systems and enclosures. These quality components
have been designed to operate together with optimized performances: mechanical, electrical and
communications consistency are ensured.

All switchboard architectures are factory tested in line with specifications that go well beyond the IEC 60439-1
standard. The same continuity of service is ensured throughout the switchboard’s entire life cycle.
I-Line II and Canalis: Highest Energy Efficient, Safest and Most Reliable Busway System

Schneider Busway is a prefabricated electric distribution system consisting of busbars in a protective enclosure,
including straight lengths, fittings, devices and accessories, an innovative solution to transport & distribute

It fully complies with IEC 61439-6:2012 totally 25 verifications and provides with safety and well performance,
regarding electrical, mechanical and installation friendly. These features make it an unshakable position in low
voltage section, together with Prisma kit system and already existing Schneider circuit breaker.

“We are proud to be part of Myanmar’s development in the electrical sector and to provide the possibility of
locally assembled our Prisma Switchgear KIT Solution and prefabricated Schneider Busway System for safe
and reliable electric distribution system requirements. With our local distributors and panel builders, who have
many years of experience installing switchgear equipment together with their professionalism and expertise, we
are confident to provide our highest energy efficient solutions and technologies to customers in Myanmar”
stated Pascal Reigner, Country President of Schneider Electric Myanmar.

Schneider Electric Myanmar aims to unite information technology with energy infrastructure to create smart,
energy efficient homes, buildings, and cities that create a greener community and a more sustainable future, with
a priority to seek out and work with local talent and business partners to develop customized solutions meeting
Myanmar’s unique needs.

About Schneider Electric

As a global specialist in energy management with operations in more than 100 countries, Schneider Electric
offers integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including leadership positions in Utilities &
Infrastructure, Industries & Machines Manufacturers, Non-residential Building, Data Centers & Networks and
in Residential. Focused on making energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green, the Group's 150,000
plus employees achieved sales of 24 billion euro in 2013, through an active commitment to help individuals and
organizations make the most of their energy.