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SEL-351R Recloser Control

The SEL-351R Recloser Control, derived from SEL’s premiere distribution relay, the SEL-351 Protection System, combines traditional recloser control functions with technologically advanced SEL relaying features, such as phase and ground directional elements, multilevel under- and overfrequency trip and control, and high-accuracy metering.

SEL-351/SEL-351A Protection System

The SEL-351 Protection System has built-in Ethernet and IEEE C37.118 synchrophasors, and is ideal for directional overcurrent applications. Optional MIRRORED BITS® communications and power quality monitoring add flexibility to solutions. The SEL-351 is the protection standard for utility and industrial electrical systems around the world.

SEL-451 Protection, Automation, and Bay Control System

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The new SEL-451 is a complete stand-alone protection, automation, and control system. The SEL-451 has speed, power, and flexibility to combine complete substation bay control with high-speed breaker protection in one economical system.

SEL-751/SEL-751A Feeder Protection Relay

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The SEL-751 Feeder Protection Relay is ideal for directional overcurrent, fault location, arc-flash detection, and high-impedance fault detection applications. Flexible I/O options, easy mounting, and fast settings make the SEL-751 the right solution for industrial and utility feeder protection.

SEL551/SEL-551C Overcurrent/Reclosing Relay

The SEL-551C Relay provides overcurrent relay users with new flexibility in distribution system protection. The SEL-551C provides six inputs and three outputs, with up to two communications ports, for more control options. The SELOGIC®control equations have added rising and falling edge triggers and latches for custom logic applications.

SEL-501 Dual Universal Overcurrent Relay

The SEL-501 Dual Universal Overcurrent Relay provides two complete and independent groups of protection functions in one compact unit. The unit contains Relay X and Relay Y, each having separate optoisolated inputs, output contacts, and three-phase current inputs.