Trip coil monitor

Proactively monitor circuit connections and continuity with the SEL-2652 trip coil monitor from Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc. The monitor keeps tabs on the circuit breaker trip coil and lockout relay to give operators confidence that the breaker is ready when needed. With a panel-mount design and visible external LED, the self-powered monitor indicates circuit breaker status and has ...

10/01/2009


 

Proactively monitor circuit connections and continuity with the SEL-2652 trip coil monitor from Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc. The monitor keeps tabs on the circuit breaker trip coil and lockout relay to give operators confidence that the breaker is ready when needed. With a panel-mount design and visible external LED, the self-powered monitor indicates circuit breaker status and has a contact output for alarms. The monitor is compatible with systems from 48 to 125 Vdc.

 

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