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Macromatic Industrial Controls
Located in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, Macromatic Industrial Controls engineers and manufactures industrial relays that control electrical processes and protects equipment from damaging or hazardous fault conditions. Macromatic provides solutions for almost any application in any industry. Macromatic’s products are used in the oil and gas, HVACR, pump control, material handling, irrigation, wastewater, mining, hoist, motor control, generator, lift and elevator industries and many more. As an independently-owned manufacturer of state-of-the-art control and monitoring products for over 40 years, Macromatic takes pride in its short lead-time, flexible product design, and exceptional technical support.
Three Phase Monitoring Relays or Protective Relays, protect motors and equipment from expensive damage due to voltage faults on three-phase systems. Refer to the table below for more information on the level of protection offered by each product, then click one of the Series to see details about a specific product type.
PMPU-FA8X & PMPU-FA12X
Sockets & Accessories
Phase Loss: total loss of one or more of the three phases. Also known as "single phasing." Typically caused by a blown fuse, broken wire, or worn contact. This condition would result in a motor drawing locked rotor current during start-up. In addition, a three phase motor will continue to run after losing a phase, resulting in possible motor burn-out
Phase Reversal: reversing any two of the three phases will cause a three phase motor to run in the opposite direction. This may cause damage to driven machinery or injury to personnel. The condition usually occurs as a result of mistakes made during routine maintenance or when modifications are made to the circuit.
Phase Unbalance: unbalance of a three phase system occurs when single phase loads are connected such that one or two of the lines (phases) carry more or less of the load. This could cause motors to run at temperatures above published ratings.
Undervoltage: when voltage in all three lines of a three phase system drop simultaneously. This could result in an increase in current & motor heating and a reduction in motor performance.
Overvoltage: when voltage in all three lines of a three phase system increase simultaneously. Could cause a decrease in load current & poor power factor.