Series protection relays

Basler Electric's ES Series Protection Relays are designed to simplify protection, provide confidence in settings, and cover a range of applications such as generator, transformer, distribution, and other.

11/24/2015


Basler Electric's ES Series Protection Relays are designed to simplify protection, provide confidence in settings, and cover a range of applications such as generator, transformer, distribution, and other. Courtesy: Basler ElectricBasler Electric's ES Series Protection Relays are designed to simplify protection and cover a range of applications including generator, transformer, distribution, process control, auto transfer schemes, and motor applications. Their Fundamental Sensing technology provides protection capabilities that prevent false tripping. Digital microprocessor design ensures dependability and security, providing confidence in settings. Internal diagnostics detect internal component failure and flash the power LED in the event of an internal failure. Self-powered options provide protection when battery power is not available. Models are available in six standard voltages: 120, 208, 240, 380, 415, and 480 V. ES Relays may be used in utilities, data centers, petrochemical, pulp and paper, and other industrial facilities.

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