Current monitoring for pump stations
- Hydropower Plants
- Renewable Energy
- Water & Waste
- Plug-in monitoring relays are installed in the pump stations of many hydropower plants. These devices are intended to allow for quick and safe replacement in the event of problems. The relay monitors the current draw of the pump.
- Multifunction 11-pole current monitoring relays are used. These devices are also suitable for connection with older devices and can be quickly replaced thanks to the socket.
- - Multifunction
- Reduces inventory costs because a single device replaces several previous models.
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