Relay Design and Integration

In the event of a fault, protective relays safeguard electrical systems, equipment, and people. Replacing aging electromechanical (EM) relays with digital ones is fast, cost-effective, and delivers a host of benefits if designed and integrated properly. Reaping the full benefits of digital relay technology requires time and skill to appropriately design and integrate.

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  • Consultation identifies the owner’s project requirements regarding such things as fault response, communication with other systems, and secondary relay functionality
  • Relay configuration includes determining appropriate features and logic settings, as well as performing relay programming as needed
  • Integration of programmed relays includes acceptance testing to ensure proper functionality of individual relays and the larger power protection system


  • Increased system reliability happens as a protection scheme is tailored to your plant’s specific requirements
  • Enhanced communication is possible with the integration of digital relays that use advanced technology
  • Expedited troubleshooting occurs as digital relays have event recording capabilities
  • Reduced maintenance is the result of incorporating digital relays into your plant’s protection scheme and fully utilizing their self-testing functionality
  • Simplified regulatory compliance happens when the communication capabilities of digital relays make information needed for required reporting easily accessible
  • Improved control and protection occurs when relay systems are properly designed by qualified integration engineers

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