Automating Electromechanical Relay Substation

A Bitronics 70 Series Event Recorder can provide substation automation, event recording and SCADA functionality in a substation that still uses electromechanical relays. By connecting to local discrete I/O, PTs, and the relaying circuits of the electromechanical relays using split-core CTs, the Bitronics Event Recorder provides SCADA data and event records to the local RTU, providing complete substation and fault data to the utility while preserving the investment in reliable electromechanical protection equipment.

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