CEE Relays Ltd

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PROCOM Series of Relays
All PROCOM relays are multi-function and can be connected to a J-bus/0-20mA communications network.  Some more advanced relays in the series support MODBUS RTU communication via serial (RS485) connectors.
They can be set either using the faceplate or the "Prosetting" or "SmartSoft" software packages.
Please contact us if you are interested in our Prosatin SCADA systems.
With the exception of the IMM8001 / IMM8002, relays in this series use a modular plug-in base design ("R-case") in one of four standard widths. They may be individually or rack-mounted.
Click on the links below to download individual product brochures (in PDF format).

Are you looking to interface older serial-link products with more modern communications systems?  Ask us about the PS8000 system.
Automation Relays
The AMS7000 is a programmable relay that can control the network and measure its performance. The user programs the AMS7000's EEPROM using the LAMS1 language. All events are dated. The AMS7000 also can supervise up to 6 PROCOM relays installed on a network. Two variants are available:
AMS7001 (Digital Automation / Control) with two voltage inputs
AMS7002 (Digital Automation / Control and Measurement) with one voltage and one current input. 
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Induction Motor Protection Relays
The IMM8000 series is an updated version of the IMM7000 (see below). In particular, it makes it possible to correct the thermal threshold by taking into account the stator's RTDs, to time-stamp events and to provide trace functions. 
Other advantages of the IMM8000 include:
- One relay can be connected to either 1A or 5A CTs. 
- Wide auxiliary supply voltage ranges. 
- Two setting-groups. 
- Motor maintenance information (including number of starts and running hours). 
- Event logging and remote communication. 
- Self-diagnosis. 
- Temperature measurement (IMM8002 only).
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The IMM7000 is a series of conventional relays with digital technology providing all the protection and measuring functions making it possible to protect induction motors effectively.
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