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Over-current protection relay SIA-B Standard CT's
AC/DCconfigurablecompact

over-current protection relay
over-current protection relay
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Characteristics

Measured/monitored value
over-current
Network
AC/DC
Other characteristics
configurable, compact
Trigger voltage

Max.: 230 V

Min.: 24 V

Description

SIA-B STANDARD CT’S, THE ULTIMATE TECHNOLOGY IN PROTECTION SOLUTIONS. Advanced OC&EF Self-Powered Protection Relay SIA B with Standard CT’s, is an overcurrent protection relay with self powered and dual powered (Self-powering + Auxiliary power) options. Impeccably suited for protection and distribution systems, with minimal space requirement SIA-B compact relay provide a comprehensive range of functions in a amazingly compact and space-saving housing. The real advantage is that the installation and subsequent maintenance of external batteries is eliminated. The innovative relay is Self powered using the operating current through three /1 (<2VA) standard current transformers fitted on the lines. These transformers are also used to obtain current measurements. Besides, SIA-B Relay can be used with auxiliary power supply (24-230 Vac/dc). The operating costs of the centre are really reduced. SIA-B Standard CT’s Protection Relay offering a high performance previously available only in relays with Vaux: Remote communications for SCADA (Modbus or DNP3.0 protocols). Up to 10 COMTRADE records. Advanced functions. Completely configurable I/O thanks to advanced logic. Ultra-fast SOTF Very low start-up levels and minimum consumption <2 VA Compact design Protect your installation with the highest precision thanks to oscillographic records plus extra events and fault records, requiring minimum current levels for the relay to start.

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