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Earth fault relay.

Earth fault relay.

(OP)
Hi
I'm looking for information on a GEC Earth fault relay.
It's quite old and controls a shunt coil on a LV breaker.
GEC Measurement.
CDG 11AP  2001 JD5
No. 068124M.

It is used in conjunction with over-current relays
CDG 34ER2003Jd5
No. 068122M

A circuit diagram or connection information would be very helpful.
Thanks
Fergal  

RE: Earth fault relay.

I have one at home I think - will post later unless someone beats me to it. smile
  

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RE: Earth fault relay.

(OP)
Thanks Scotty .
It would be a great help.
 

RE: Earth fault relay.

(OP)
Thanks Scotty.
They were exactly what I was looking for.
Much appreciated.
Fergal  

RE: Earth fault relay.

Not a problem. You over on the Emerald Isle?
  

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RE: Earth fault relay.

(OP)
I am indeed .
I'm based in a fuel terminal in Dublin Port.

RE: Earth fault relay.

Welcome to Eng-Tips, Fergaltrade.

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