Rail Catenary Differential Protection Devices
The MiCOM Px30 devices are a series of Rail Catenary Protection Devices.The P638 provides Transformer Differential Protection.
The MiCOM P638 has a proven record in providing comprehensive protection and can be applied to a wide range of applications. The user-friendly interface and several communication ports allows simple configuration and its flexibility means that it can be customized to the user’s requirements.
Four setting groups, simple configuration, extensive information polling
The MiCOM P638 enables a wide range of applications to protect supplies and catenaries in classic and autotransformer-fed (AT) systems. With easy connection to virtually all substation and catenary network management systems, P638 is enhanced by a complete range of backup protection and automation functions.
Four independent setting groups, with user-friendly control interface, store protection parameters and enable simple configuration to different operating conditions or alternative feeding. Extensive polling of information is also possible.
MiCOM P638 also features InterMiCOM teleprotection, typically used to exchange binary information between line ends. With its modular design, the P638 is available for rack, flush panel or wall surface mounting.
Flexibility and easy integration for customized applications
User-friendly MiCOM P638 is equipped with 1A/5A software setting, both supported in a single device, and two remote communication interfaces. It also benefits from InterMiCOM teleprotection interface. Users can customize the P638 to their own applications. Highly flexible, it can be easily integrated within various substation protective schemes.
Period : 2 years
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