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Voltage protection relay RX-5
earth-leakageoverloadcurrent

voltage protection relay
voltage protection relay
voltage protection relay
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Characteristics

Measured/monitored value
voltage, earth-leakage, overload, current, phase, power, frequency, power factor
Contact configuration
1 NO, 1 NO/NC
Network
three-phase, AC
Applications
motor
Mounting
DIN rail
Norms
IEC
Other characteristics
digital, multifunction, with fault indication
Tripping current

Min.: 1 A

Max.: 1,000 A

Trigger voltage

Min.: 0 V

Max.: 600 V

Description

RX Motor Protection Relay Take your motor protection to a new level. The RX Series provides more than just solid state overload or power protection relays. By using features previously found only in large expensive Motor Protection Relays, the RX Series allows even small to medium sized motor applications to be protected by the best technology available, yet at a price affordable to all. Advanced Technology for Maximum Motor and System Protection The RX Series uses Thermal Modeling software normally found only in the most sophisticated Motor Protection Relays. This software keeps track of power related issues occurring in the motor circuit that contribute to causing a thermal overload. If there is a power loss, a unique combination of non-volatile memory and a real-time clock ensure that this protection is in effect when power is restored. Should an overload occur, the RX Series is intelligent enough to make sure that it can only be reset when the motor is sufficiently cooled down and is ready to start again successfully. Voltage input features allow true Motor Load Monitoring, not just current, along with Power Factor, kVA and Frequency.

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