Peak load detection
- Emergency Power
- Renewable Energy
- An emergency power generator starts in the event of a mains failure.
- The mains failure is monitored with a E1YU400V01. The tripping of the output relay starts the emergency power generator. Undesired voltage peaks result from the high load changes caused by the switching on and off of different consumers. The G2YM400VL20 reacts to the voltage peaks and switches off if necessary.
- - Detects mains failure
- Monitore undervoltage and overvoltage at the generator
- Protects consumers
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