We are able to supply you with bespoke made G59/3-2 protection Relay panels built specifically for your installation. We have arranged our prices in three structures which are :- GoldSilverBronze

We have done this to make sure you the client receives the best price to suit both your project and your budget. We realise that some projects do not have such a large profit margin as some of the installations we have been fortunate to work on.

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Why Use A G59/3-2 Protection Relay Panel???

As Consultants in the industry we can now use our vast experience to bring to you the client a G59/2-1 or G59/3-2 protection relay panel which will both satisfy the DNO engineers, but just as important, our panels will stand the test of time.

During a DNO witness test, you must prove to the officer that your small scale embedded generator falls under the parameters of the G59/3-2 Engineering Recommendations. You must prove on site that your installation is ready and able to connect in parallel to the grid.

The DNO witness will expect a high standard of engineering competency to be shown in both the G59 relay panel and the installation itself, when this competency is shown this makes the testing both an easier and more pleasant experience for everybody concerned. As our panels are made bespoke for your installation, we can offer you a range of relays to be fitted in the panel to include: Comap (Mains Pro) Woodward and Megacon.

With the high specification of these relays, this enables a site test to be conducted proving to the witness the required tests i.e. Over/Under Voltage, Over/Under Frequency and Loss of Mains (Vector Shift and ROCOF)

Please view the photos to the right and if you require any information or prices please click on the Contact us button.

Not only are our G59/3-2 restricted export panels getting more advanced, as you can see from the photograph they are also getting physically much larger as well. This bespoke panel which incorporates all of our latest technologies had to be developed with two large contactors to cope with the very large amperage involved in this installation. Again the advantage of having a bespoke panel, this one was built with 15 out-going ways to suit the inverters the contractor was using. Due to the size of the enclosure it had to work in harmony with a remote control panel, which made the restriction control much easier and more accurate.

This Panel is one of our larger units and comes with double doors

This is one of our Export Restriction Control Panels

This panel is a 250 Kw system and has no outgoing ways.

This panel is for a 500 Kw system and has a clear screen covering the high voltage connections.