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Transformer

  • GE T60 | Transformer Protection System

    The T60 is designed for various power applications, including autotransformers, generator step-up transformers, split-phase, angle regulating transformers and reactors. It uses multiple current and voltage inputs to provide primary protection and backup protection of transformers, including differential, ground differential, five distance zones, phase, neutral, and ground overcurrent, under and overvoltage, under and overfrequency, over-fluxing, and breaker failure.

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  • GE T35 | Transformer Protection System

    Cost-effective differential protection for transformers with up to 6 sets of CTs The T35 is designed to provide basic transformer protection functions for variety of transformer applications. It uses multiple current inputs to provide primary protection and backup protection of transformers, including differential, phase and ground overcurrent. The relay can be configured to accept up to 6 sets of current inputs to provide proper differential restraint for applications with three-winding transformers with windings configured in dual-breaker arrangements.

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  • GE 345 | Transformer Protection System

    The 345 is a microprocessor-based system for primary and backup protection of low and medium voltage power transformers. The 345 offers advanced algorithms for automatic magnitude and phase compensations for more than twenty types of two winding transformers, fast and secure biased differential protection with dual slope, dual breakpoint characteristic.

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  • GE 745 | Transformer Protection System

    The 745 Transformer Protection System is a full featured transformer protection relay, suitable for application on small, medium, and large power transformers. The 745 can be applied on two-winding and three-winding transformers. Uses multiple current and voltage inputs to provide primary protection and back-up protection of transformers, including differential, ground differential phase, neutral, and ground overcurrent, over-fluxing, and on-load tap changer.

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