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    Quote Originally Posted by thethomas56 View Post
    I would love to see that 2411 settings file!

    Thanks,
    Spencer
    If you want to give me your email I can send you the 2411 settings along with a schematic and logic diagram.

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    2411 file

    Love to get a copy of your 2411 simulator file. I have one and never seem to have the time to develop it. I would like so see a guideline to get started. Thanks

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    Love to have your information

    Quote Originally Posted by Gsharpes View Post
    We have been using SEL-2411's as breaker simulators. I also have a schematic for a home built one we use at Hands on Relay School if you would be interested in that. Let me know and I can get you the 2411 settings file.

    Thanks,
    Greg
    Please share your information. Bill_leveaux@msn.com

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    ABB Breaker Simulator

    I know this is an old thread, but just in case someone else was looking for a breaker simulator.
    We use the ABB 200S series Breaker Simulator.
    These are the part numbers:
    200S4003 48 VDC nominal
    200S4004 125 VDC nominal
    200S4009 24 VDC nominal

    I tried Googling them and nothing comes up. I don't know it they stopped making them or they just don't advertise them.
    I am going to attach the IL (manual) for it to see if it is fitting for your usage.
    ABB 200S Breaker Simulator.pdf

    The last time we purchased one (I think 2017) it was $800 or $900
    Last edited by ty1911; February 28, 2021 at 08:53 PM.

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    CB Simulator

    Hi, I would love to see the schematic and the settings file. I dont have any 2411s but I have a 2440 I would like to turn into a CB simulator. Please share if you can. Thank you! Ben Smith

    Quote Originally Posted by Gsharpes View Post
    We have been using SEL-2411's as breaker simulators. I also have a schematic for a home built one we use at Hands on Relay School if you would be interested in that. Let me know and I can get you the 2411 settings file.

    Thanks,
    Greg

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    CB Simulator

    Hi Eduardo,
    I have a spare 2440 and would like to do the same. Can you share any resources you might have? Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by garcia View Post
    Hey Greg, if you can do you think you can send me those 2411 settings? I'm currently trying to implement a simulator using a 2440 and anything would help email eduardoj.aicrag@gmail.com

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    CB Simulator

    If you still have it can I please also get the schematic and logic diagram. Clarence.Smith@oncor.com Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by Gsharpes View Post
    If you want to give me your email I can send you the 2411 settings along with a schematic and logic diagram.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ty1911 View Post
    I know this is an old thread, but just in case someone else was looking for a breaker simulator.
    We use the ABB 200S series Breaker Simulator.
    These are the part numbers:
    200S4003 48 VDC nominal
    200S4004 125 VDC nominal
    200S4009 24 VDC nominal

    I tried Googling them and nothing comes up. I don't know it they stopped making them or they just don't advertise them.
    I am going to attach the IL (manual) for it to see if it is fitting for your usage.
    ABB 200S Breaker Simulator.pdf

    I just built something very similar with an Asea (ABB) latching relay. $180 is a little pricy IMO, but maybe you can get a deal.

    The last time we purchased one (I think 2017) it was $800 or $900
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/31294784145...0682%7Ciid%3A1

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    SEL Paper on making breaker simulator

    This should work on most SEL relays, just transpose the name of the logic points, example old SEL 321 didn't have SELogic, or it was less refined. They have WXWZ as sel variables, where now these are called SV1, SV2, etc.

    https://cms-cdn.selinc.com/Protected...2QPINN5RFXCIBA

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