A customer has installed a solid state transformer differential relay to protect a small pad mount transformer. All of the hardware is installed. This is a non-critical application. I have never set a transformer differential relay, so this might be an excellent opportunity to learn how to properly set one. Can someone give me some guidance (or refer me to a good book) on how to set Percent differential and the corresponding slopes along with the energization inhibit features. Regards, Dave
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