When it comes to the testing of protective relays, the Omicron CMC 356 Universal Relay Test Set and Commissioning Tool offers high powered solutions to engineers needing versatile equipment that can test multiple generations of differing types of relays.
While electro mechanical distance relays need high power to correctly test, earth fault relays need high power at low fault current values for accuracy. The CMC 356 is a power workhorse that offers the flexibility needed for single phase mode testing up to 1700 VA for electromechanical and earth fault relays that require low current value.
This relay test set is also versatile and can be used in a number of applications such as conducting commissioning tests to verify the connection and proper placement of wiring. The high current amplitudes in parallel allow for checking current transformer polarities. The portable, rugged case allows the set to be used in the field without worry of damage by weather or dirt conditions.
For more about the features offered by the Omicron CMC 356, see the relay test video by the manufacturer.
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published November, 2011 and has been updated freshness, accuracy and comprehensiveness.