As modern protective relays become increasingly more powerful and complex, many relay testers continue to use test procedures and philosophies that are based on previous generations of relays and their limitations. Modern relays have very different characteristics that require a different testing philosophy to ensure that they will operate when required. As the second of The Relay Testing Handbook series, Relay Testing Fundamentals builds on the electrical theory principles introduced in the first package, Electrical Fundamentals for Relay Testing. In this in-depth discussion of protective relays you will learn about the history of protective relaying including: Electromechanical relays Solid state relays Simple microprocessor relays Multifunction microprocessor relays Relay testers of all skill levels can benefit from a solid foundation of relay testing fundamentals; the foundational elements included in this book include: Reasons for relay testing Essential relay testing equipment The importance of using different test techniques for various relay generations Traditional test procedures for element testing Logic and dynamic testing Combining test techniques for more efficient and effective relay testing Applying test techniques that take advantage of modern test equipment and software This book is included in the hardcover book The Relay Testing Handbook: Principles and Practice, or it can be ordered by itself as a soft-cover book, Adobe Acrobat PDF digital download, or both. Paperback: 86 pages Trim Size: 8.5qx11q Publisher: Valence Electrical Training Services LLC Language: English ISBN-13: 978-1-934348-05-5 LCCN: 2012934618As the relay accomplishes more functions within its programming, many of the protective functions within an electrical system ... While electromechanical or solid-state relay schemes would be well documented in the schematic diagrams for theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Relay Testing Handbook #2D|
|Publisher||:||Valence Electrical Training Services LLC - 2007-06|