GE's transformer protection devices provide innovative solutions for the protection, control and monitoring of transformer assets. Transformers have become an essential component for high voltage power transmission, ensuring long distance transmission of power is economically practical. GE's transformer protection solutions enhance transformer reliability through special techniques and methods to increase the life of transformers.
Extend transformer life, optimize capital expenditure and improve reliability of service by implementing a preventative asset maintenance and management tool using GE's Multilin T60, T35 and 845 transformer protective relays. Learn more about this spotlight application.
T60 Transformer Protection System
High-speed, two to six windings transformer protection system. The T60, a member of the UR Family of protection relays, is a three-phase, multiple winding, transformer relay intended for the primary protection and management of small, medium and large power transformers. Includes a full featured set of protection, I/O, data logging, and communications capabilities.
T35 Transformer Protection SystemCost effective transformer protection for up to six windings. The T35, a member of the UR Family, is a digital three–phase transformer relay designed to protect any size of power transformer with up to six windings/restraints. The T35 has a more focused protection feature set than the T60, yet still has all the I/O, data logging, and communications options.
MiCOM Agile P64x Transformer Protection SystemGE's P64x platform of transformer protection relays helps preserve transformer service life and provides fast protection for transformer faults. The platform consists of three model variants (P642, P643 and P645) that cover two and three-winding transformers (including auto-transformers), with up to five sets of 3-phase CT inputs, and offers high and low impedance restricted earth fault and has integral asset management capability.
845 Transformer Protection SystemComprehensive Protection and Management for 2- and 3-winding Power & Distribution Transformers. The Multilin 845, a member of the Multilin 8 Series relay platform, has been designed to provide comprehensive protection, control, and management for 2- or 3-winding power and distribution transformers used in utility and industrial applications. The Multilin 845 provides advanced diagnostics providing both electrical and dissolved gas monitoring, advanced communications supporting IEC 61850 Edition 2 and redundant communications architectures.
745 Transformer Protection System High-speed draw-out multiprocessor-based relay for transformer protection and management. The 745 Transformer Protection System, a member of the SR Family of protection relays, is a high-speed, multiprocessor-based, three-phase, two or three-winding transformer management relay intended for the primary protection and management of small, medium and large power transformers. In a draw case, it also includes analog inputs and outputs, while incorporating advanced features such as transformer loss of life monitoring.
345 Transformer Protection SystemMicroprocessor-based system for primary and backup protection of small and medium sized, 2-winding, distribution transformers. The Multilin 345 offers advanced algorithms for magnitude and phase compensation. The 345 includes advanced communications supporting simultaneous communications, enhanced draw-out construction and enhanced diagnostics for asset monitoring and simplified setup & configuration tools to reduce commissioning time. This 3 Series relay is available with draw out or non draw out options.
RRTD Remote RTD Module
Remote temperature monitoring of RTDs for metering and protection. The Remote RTD Module provides additional RTD temperature metering capabilities for the 369 and M60 Motor Protection Systems.
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