Break Failure Indicator

Break Failure Indicator

The BREAK FAILURE INDICATOR manufactured by CELSA, is an automatic device that is installed in overhead power distribution networks, monitoring the current and voltage parameters, in order to detect faults where it has been installed.

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The BREAK FAILURE INDICATOR manufactured by CELSA, is an automatic device that is installed in overhead power distribution networks, monitoring the current and voltage parameters, in order to detect faults where it is installed.

Operating Modes

- Fixed Shot

- Step Shot

- Proportional Shot

- Self-Adjusting Shot

Equipment Programming

It has an interface that allows access to the advanced functions of the equipment, such as modifying the functional parameters and consulting stored statistics, among others. Such functionalities can be performed by using a conventional PC with the corresponding interface and software (SIGMA).

Manual replacement and equipment testing.

The correct operation of the break failure indicator can be verified through an approximated test element (magnet) on the equipment label, visibly marked "TEST". In addition, it also allows manual replacement..

Programming software

The SIGMA programming interface allows you to access the advanced functions of the equipment, such as modification, query of functional parameters and stored statistics, among others.

Such functionalities can be performed in the laboratory, using a conventional PC with the corresponding interface and software (SIGMA).

Power Supply

The indicator is powered by long-life lithium batteries (longer than 10 years, in storage conditions) stored inside the indicator, easily interchangeable by the user, who will be responsible for supplying the logical circuit operation and indication in fault condition.

Memory

The indicator, in its standard configuration, has a circular memory that allows the storage of date and time of occurrence of each of the failures, the total number of permanent and transient failures that occurred, and other events such as the log of the circulating load of the line.

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