automatic relay

automatic relay

[¦ȯd·ə¦mad·ik ′rē‚lā]
(communications)
Means of selective switching which causes automatic equipment to record and retransmit communications.
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Tenders are invited for Automatic Relay Type Voltage Stabilizer 5Kva Capacity Time Delay Relay And Auto Cut Of Protection Conforming To Is 8448 1989
The company is also installing new automatic relay equipment and strengthening animal protection measures at substations to further improve reliability.
This arrangement provides for both manual and automatic relay testing, using either the integral Touch View Interface (TVI) of the MPRT test set, or Megger's AVTS software relay testing software.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Double bunk with Mattress and automatic relay system for central heating device.
The public safety emergency vehicle solution combines the RoadMedic(TM) web service from Roadside Telematics and the Crash Data Retrieval System from Vetronix, to provide the emergency dispatch operator with seamless, instant notification of an emergency vehicle crash, the specific geographic location of the crash, automatic relay of vehicle crash data, such as severity of impact, secure access to the emergency responder's vital medical data, and wireless transfer of the data to an on-board patient monitoring and measurement system in the dispatched ambulance.
This arrangement allows both manual and automatic relay testing.
It provides automatic relay protection capabilities for transmission lines running between local electric substations serving the area, thereby improving service reliability for customers, and provides a vehicle for high-speed, high-capacity integrated voice and data communications.
While most soldier radios provide simple point to point communications, SquadNet s automatic relay mode provides extended range as well as resilient coverage.
Tenders are invited for Automatic Relay Voltage Stabilizer With Voltmeter 5 Kva, Input 100-280V Single Phase, Output 230 V, Make : Sen And Pandit / Power One / Power Plus.
The most likely explanation is a small localized problem that rippled across the network as grid managers lost control of power flows and automatic relays shut down transmission lines and power plants to prevent further damage to equipment.

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