What are the different protection systems takes place on
control panel board?
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Answer / vengatesh
3.Fuse(over current protection)
4.Earthing(For drawn the Fault current which is higher than normal voltage)
5.Control panel body earthing(To prevent the body shorts)
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Answer / rajendran.m
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Answer / rcq
1. Reverse power relay
2. Reverse kvar relay
3. Overcurrent and eatht fault relay
4. Trip/Lockout relay
5. Differential protection relay
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Answer / sb
CT,PT & CB
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