Automatic Capacitor Controls and Sensors

Automatic Capacitor Controls
The easy-to-use IntelliCap Plus® Controls are ideal for both SCADA and stand-alone applications. SCADA override strategy allows a master station to issue commands, but the control strategy takes over if communication is lost. Optional neutral current/voltage sensing reports blown fuses and stuck switches, so your banks can always be productive.

6800 Series Automatic Switch Controls

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6800 Series Automatic Switch Controls combine sophisticated automatic control schemes with RTU functions, data logging, and advanced communication capabilities in one integrated package.

6801M Automatic Switch Controls

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6801M Automatic Switch Operators are fully integrated, microprocessor-based controls that let you automate almost any distribution-class switch. By combining and testing the electromechanical components, RTU, control, and communications as a single package.

M Series® Switch Operators

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M Series Switch Operators let you automate almost any distribution-class switch, including S&C Alduti-Rupter® and Omni-Rupter®. Combines electromechanical components, RTU, control, and commu-nications as a single package.

Communication and Control Unit

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Communication and Control Units are specifically designed for use with Scada-Mate® Switches and Scada-Mate CX™ Switches and are generally used in distribution automation applications that don’t involve the IntelliTeam SG Automatic Restoration System.

Micro-AT® Source-Transfer Control

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This control continuously monitors the condition of both power sources and initiates automatic switching when preferred-source voltage has been lost (or reduced to a predetermined level) for a period of time sufficient to confirm that the loss is not transient.

IntelliNode™ Interface Module

ntelliNodeIntelliNode enables a substation breaker to operate as part of an IntelliTeam SG system. It interfaces with the micro-processor relay of the breaker and provides logic and communication capabilities to the fault-interrupting decisions made by the relay.

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