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ALSTOM ISTAT 300

ALSTOM ISTAT 300

ALSTOM ISTAT 300

(OP)
Dears, i´m from Portugal and our costumer ask me for this Alstom equipment, but i don´t know what it is , he send me an Portuguese name but not technical name, the part that he ask for is this one: (i will translate in English)
- Conversor contagem linha 30 kV 1.25 kW / imp. - refª ISTAT 300 Tipo 3KDDJ5 - Alstom
something like...
- 30KV line counter or counting converter 1,25kw / impulse , Ref ISTST 300 , type 3KDDJ5 Alstom

Anyone know this equipment or can give me any tips...

Thanks and best regards from Portugal
Antonio

RE: ALSTOM ISTAT 300

ISTAT 300 is a range of transducers manufactured by GEC Relays in the late 1980's / early 1990's. GEC relays have since been owned by Areva, Alstom, and are now owned by GE Grid.

I suggest that you contact GE Grid at St Leonard's Works in Stafford using this form. They have access to almost all of the old GEC manuals. I doubt you will be able to purchase such an old transducer today, but they may recommend an alternative. The ISTAT range still exists but has been updated significantly and the old 300 series appears to have been superceded.

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