Three Phase Relay Test Sets Available for Rent from Protec

A relay test set is basically electrical testing equipment that evaluates voltage, currents and frequencies. Understanding the difference between a single phase and a three phase relay test set can help you tremendously. 

A single phase test set sends out 100VA single-phase voltage and 180VA single-phase current. A three-phase, on the other hand, has three phase of currents with the first current being 540VA, the second current at 180VA and the third current with 360VA. Three phase relay tests can easily be used with other testing equipment. 

Doble_F6150Doble F6150 Relay Testing System

•  Metering at 0.2 class CTs and Transducers

• End to End testing of Communication Based Schemes with GPS time syncing

•  12 Source, (6-Voltage, 6 Current), configurable for Bench testing and proof of concept testing for complicated relaying schemes

Doble_F6150eDoble F6150e Relay Testing System

• Standard relay calibration and verification testing of high burden and microprocessor relays

• Protection scheme testing using state simulation and transient testing: powerful models made available in Protection Suite Software

• Metering at 0.2 class CTs and transducers

Doble_F6150svDoble F6150SV Relay Testing System

• IEC61850 testing with 3 packets of 9-2 LE communication protocol and station bus messaging – one fiber and one copper IEC61850 communication port

• Standard relay calibration and verification testing of High Burden and Microprocessor relays

• Increased amplifier power output and ranges (enhanced ratings)

Omicron_CMC_356Omicron CMC 356 Universal Relay Test Set and Commissioning Tool

• Powerful current sources for testing even high-burden electromechanical relays

• High current amplitudes for 5 A relay testing

• High accuracy and versatility for testing static and numerical relays of all types

Protec offers multiple locations to better serve your needs, and electrical testing equipment rental options that work for you.

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