Motor control centers or MCC are generally used in factories and is basically a connection of several motor starters. A motor control center includes programmable controllers, variable frequency drives, and metering. Each motor controllers consists of contactor, overload relays, fuses and a disconnecting switch. Widespread use of low voltage motor control centers (MCC) in industries including food and beverages, petrochemicals, cement and others has augmented the growth of this technology. Moreover, rapid industrialization and increase in population in turn has propelled the growth of low voltage motor control centers worldwide. Nowadays, use of low voltage MCC in commercial and industrial sectors makes the market more demanding. Further down, the technological advancement in low voltage motor control center helps to minimize risks, thereby reducing arc-flash hazards. Rising focus on safety measurements and increasing competition has led the industries to adopt low voltage motor control centers.