Protection Relays

Crompton Instruments manufactured extensive range of Protection Relays (electronic control products)providing continuous monitoring and protection of any electrical parameter, including 400 Hz for the aviation industry. When the monitored parameter deviates from the desired set point limit, the relay will operate to prevent damage to the power asset. Designed to suit a wide variety of applications the range offers both traditional and technologically advanced products, from single parameter units through to multifunctional microprocessor based protection relays.

This versatile range features a host of DIN-rail or wall mounted protectors offering numerous trip functions for single and three-phase power systems, including Earth Leakage Protection, Ground Fault Relay Protection, Ac Current, Ac Voltage, Dc Millivolts, Frequency, Hot Spot 3 Temperature, Hot Spot 6 Temperature, Reverse Power, Speed Sensing, Synchro-Check(Paralleling), Thermistor Trip, Voltage & Frequency Combined Under/Over, Phase Balance, and Phase Sequence and Failure.

For the specific protection of generator sets, the range offers unbalanced current, reverse power flow, reverse VAr, syncro-check and under/over-speed trip relay functions. Various dc models provide protection of battery and UPS systems and a range of temperature protection products is ideal to prevent the damaging effects of overheating.

Features:

  • Continuous monitoring of any electrical parameter
  • Monitoring for under and over current conditions
  • Ensures load current is within generator capacity
  • DIN-rail or wall mounted
  • Range of outputs and configurations
  • Adjustable trip points, time delay and differentials
  • LED trip indication
  • Designed to avoid nuisance tripping

 Benefits:

  • Protection of power assets
  • Detection and isolation of faults
  • Maintains supply continuity of healthy circuits
  • High speed tripping to avoid damage

 Applications:

  • Switchgear
  • Aviation Industry (400 Hz Protectors)
  • Distribution systems
  • Generator sets
  • Control panels
  • Energy management
  • Building management
  • Utility power monitoring
  • Process control
  • Motor protection
  • Equipment and network protection