The PTS-WST-8BT allows for the simultaneous closing and opening of the two-way CB switch and the bus-tie CB switch for a simplified control system. It provides 3 inches of solid colour and 240×128 backlit LCD display, multilingual interface and push-button operation.
Designed for ease of use and installation
Mounting a microprocessor controller, especially for CB switches, should be a frictionless experience. With PTS-WST-8BT, users will be able to utilise a modular design, self-extinguishing ABS plastic shell, silicone panel, pluggable terminal, built-in mounting and compact structure for easy installation.
Remote control for enhanced safety
The Dual-RS485 isolated communication interface includes remote controlling, measuring, communication and regulating functions by the ModBus-RTU communication protocol, allowing you to remotely control both the genset and the breaker.
Collect and display 2-way 3-phase voltage, frequency and phase
Display the total of S1/S2 close times
Display present load 1 and load 2 continuous power supply time and total power supply time
Display S1/S2 total power supply time
Over/under voltage and frequency, loss of phase and phase sequence protection
Real-time clock (RTC)
Event log function that can record 200 items circularly
Simultaneous control of the closing and opening of the two-way CB switch and bus-tie CB switch for a simplified control system
Close relay that activates once thee PF Input is active (for stored-energy type ATS)
Easy manual control of breaker switch
Breaker re-close function
Closing output signal can be set as on intervals or as continuous output, which will be suitable for CB breaker or CC contactor;
On-site setting of all parameters
Password authentication to guarantee staff-only access
Applicable for 2 isolated neutral lines
Enabling switch power supply LO/NO output to provide power for switching coils
Large DC power supply range allows the controller to bear an instantaneous 80V DC input
Large terminal space to handle a maximum of 625V AC voltage input
USB for debugging parameters and upgrading a program locally