SEL-7201 configure-to-order (CTO) feeder protection panels provide advanced protection, control and communications for up to four feeders using either SEL-351S or SEL-751 Feeder Protection Modules with the following features:
In addition to the previously listed functions, this module provides advanced feeder protection for one feeder and offers breaker control functions via independent direct-acting pushbuttons on the relay. You can add up to four of these modules per panel.
In addition to the previously listed functions, this module provides the following:
You can add up to two of these modules per panel to accommodate up to four feeders.
This module provides advanced feeder protection, control, and metering for one feeder and offers IEC 61000-4-30 Class A-compliant power quality and high-accuracy revenue metering using the SEL-735. You can add up to two of these modules per panel.
This module provides breaker control and indication for one to four breakers. You can add up to two of these modules per panel.
This module uses the SEL-3530 Real-Time Automation Controller (RTAC) to provide the following:
This module provides 16 serial ports for IED integration and communications using the SEL-3610 Port Server.
This module provides 24 Ethernet ports for IED integration and communications as well as software-defined networking (SDN) using the SEL-2740S Software-Defined Network Switch.
This module provides the following:
Removable eye bolts and sockets for easy maneuvering during site installation
Ample field cable access from top or bottom and physical separation for field and internal wiring, with 45-degree angled terminal blocks for easier visibility and accessibility
Prepunched side brackets for easy equipment installation and wire tying
Convenience ac outlet and cable passthrough
Dedicated test switches to isolate the protective relays for commissioning and routine testing
Customized lamicoid engraved nameplates for all equipment
Highly visible breaker status and indication
The Firmware IDs for older versions of the firmware can typically be found in Appendix A of the instruction manual.