Feeder Management Relay Manufacturer,Supplier and Exporter in Kenya

Feeder Management Relay

Product Code : LSK-EPS-10532
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The relay is housed in a robust enclosure with carrying handle. The module mounts on the desk area of the Protection and Relay Test Set, and connects to it using a multi-core cable and safety leads. 
A feeder management relay presented in an educational format. Supplied with Lsskenya Protection and Relay Test Set, the relay enables investigations into the protection and monitoring of overhead lines and underground cables. 

This relay is also an optional ancillary for selected products in Lsskenya Power Systems range. 
The lecturer or student sets up different fault circuits on the Protection and Relay Test Set. They then use the keypad and display on the relay module to program it to the settings needed for the tests. They can also use the  software (supplied with the Protection and Relay Test Set) and a suitable computer to program the relay module. The relay module is then connected to the fault circuits so tests can be performed. Most tests are performed using single relays. However, there are enough connections on the Protection and Relay Test Set to test two relay modules at the same time. The main functions of the Feeder Management Relay include:

Four independent stages of directional/non-directional over-current.
The first two stages may be independently set to any of ten IDMT curves, the remaining two stages having a direct time characteristic. 
Under and overvoltage 
Residual overvoltage
Negative sequence overvoltage
Directional/non-directional earth fault
Sensitive directional/non-directional earth fault
Wattmetric earth fault 
Directional/non-directional negative sequence overcurrent 
Thermal overload protection 
Under and over frequency
Broken conductor
Selectable blocking
Creating fault and disturbance records
Sensitive directional earth fault
Restricted earth fault 

   

Office Address

Lss Kenya

Works: Kirinyaga Rd, Nairobi, Kenya

[email protected]

+254 733 917892

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