Electroswitch is the industry leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of robust, high quality relays, switches, Arga substation battery monitors, and related electrical products for industrial, military and utility applications. The Electroswitch line of quality products is complemented by the company’s proven ability and willingness to modify, custom design and qualify relays, switches and related products for critical applicationa and in extrreme environments. Electroswitch takes pride in meeting and exceeding customer requirements, no matter how stringent.
Brands: Electroswitch Series 24
The New Arga Battery Monitor comes rack mounted, panel mounted and is also available in a portable unit. It is available in 24 VDC, 48 VDC, 125 VDC, and 250 VDC and provides for Station BAttery Monitoring, Impedance Monitoring, Corrosion and Open Cell/Open Strap Detectoion with Remote Monitoring and Reporting via DNP 3.0, Modbus, or 4-20 milliamp outputs.
The Push to Trip LOR provides a safe and simple means of tripping circuits without opening of panels or exposing of maintenance personnel to external electrical shock risks. It ensures that one is tripping the correct LOR and is easily accessible via a hole drilled in the panel.
Designed for today's most demanding applications, the Electroswtich 15 Deck Lock-out Relay:
The TCM is a convenient panel - mounted relay that provides continuous monitoring of trip coils and 52B auxiliary contacts utilizing 3 bi - color LEDs for visual indication of trip coil and breaker position status for each phase. Green indicates the breaker is open; red indicates it is closed.
If any LED is off, it indicates a failed trip coil phase or loss of power to that trip coil. If all LEDs are off, it most likely indicates a loss of power.
An integrated alarm time delay circuit eliminates nuisance alarms when a trip coil opens, loses power, or while the breaker is completing its trip operation.
The TCM monitors the individual phases from each trip coil power supply, thereby meeting the Northeast Power Coordinating Council's requirements for the monitoring of single - pole tripping to ensure proper breaker operation should there be a single trip coil failure.
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