More economical than a PT, use the MW in place of PTs to detect system voltage loss where exact system voltage measurement reporting is not required. The MW is easily installed on capacitive test points of distribution elbows. It learns and adapts to the unique voltage output level of the capacitive test points to minimize and simplify product calibration for the application.
SEL MWs are built tough for dependable operation in harsh environments and are economical in eliminating the need for potential transformers or analog sensors.
Automatic Source Transfers—Apply MW-Microcontroller-Based Wye Voltage Sensors in automatic source transfer applications to trigger the operation of the source transfer switchgear upon a loss of source voltage. The MW detects a loss of system voltage on the primary source that feeds mission-critical loads. Upon detection of the voltage loss, the MW will open its auxiliary contact, signaling a remote terminal unit (RTU) to initiate a transfer to a backup source.
|Isolated Power Supply||24 Vdc With a 50 mA Maximum dc Draw|
|Arming Requirement||24 Vdc Nominal Supply Voltage|
|Closed Contact||≥90% of System Voltage|
|Open Contact||≤85% of System Voltage|
|Phase Sensor Material||Conductive EPDM Rubber|
|Housing Material||Conductive EPDM Rubber|
|Separable Connector Component||200 A or 600 A Class Connector With Test Points or Basic Insulating Plugs|
|Voltage Class||15, 25, or 35 kV Class|
|Contact Rating||Maximum switching power: 45W, 50VA|
Maximum switching voltage: 220V, dc, 250V ac
Maxiumum switching current: 1.5A dc, 0.8A ac
Maximum carrying current 1.5A dc, 0.8A ac
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