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    P&C / Relay tech Forum?

    Any chance that TestGuy will create a relay specific forum? Lots of folks do both apparatus and relay, and would probably like insights from dedicated relay / P&C techs.

    My suggestion would be Forum > Electrical Testing Forum > Relay Testing Talk

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    Hi Frierfly, thanks for the suggestion. Because many techs do both apparatus and relay testing, our original thought was that a general forum for all things electrical testing was the most streamlined approach. At the moment there probably aren't enough relay topics to warrant a separate forum but if enough people started talking relays we could easily move everything to a new space.

    We would love to hear input from other members on this, please chime in with your thoughts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by testguy View Post
    Hi Frierfly, thanks for the suggestion. Because many techs do both apparatus and relay testing, our original thought was that a general forum for all things electrical testing was the most streamlined approach. At the moment there probably aren't enough relay topics to warrant a separate forum but if enough people started talking relays we could easily move everything to a new space.

    We would love to hear input from other members on this, please chime in with your thoughts.
    It's not a bad idea. I sure don't know everything about relaying but when it comes to testing relays on a customer end, interfacing with utility for Customer main breakers, I could try to help answer questions.

    My website is very new and has a few electromechanical relay posts, but I typically come up with topics to post based off what I run across in the field. I am currently working on some GE SR469, SR750, SR745, and SR489s. I typically work with SEL, but work with SEPAM, Siprotec, basler, most electromechanical.

    So if you would like to see something let me know. I can try to set something up. I like to contribute on TestGuy

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