Boat relay MVR-200 series
for shipsfor electrical circuits

boat relay
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for boat, for ships
for electrical circuits


The MVR-200 series offers integrated or segregated protection with powerful complementary monitoring, measuring, communication and diagnostics information. The MVR-200 is developed using the latest available technologies opening a totally new dimension for medium voltage protection and monitoring. Versatile protection design MVR-200 series is characterised by fast, versatile and dependable protection functions with a uniquely wide operating frequency band of 6…75Hz making MVR-200 perfect choice for the most demanding protection applications including rotating machines. Modularity Fully modular hardware construction gives a high level of flexibility; additional I/O or communication cards can be simply plugged in according to application needs. Usability Maximum use of the relay is guaranteed by features such as sophisticated setting aids, highly customisable HMI, file storage of pdf or other supportive documents and extensive user log information. Track down a complete user history register including setting change and other operational history. Performance The MVR-200 series offers truly sub-cycle instantaneous trip times. Powerful PLC programming is included for the most demanding applications allowing for extensive customisation. Up to 100 disturbance records of up to 10 seconds each and 10 000 events are stored in non-volatile memory. Communication Native Ethernet communication provides for fast and seamless communication. The MVR-200 communicates using a variety of standard protocols including IEC 61850 substation communication standard with fast GOOSE messaging.


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