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How Arc-Flash Relays Make Your Facility Safer

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How do arc-flash relays make your facility safer?
Littelfuse arc-flash relays lead the way in arc-flash reduction technology. Arc-flash technology that can make your facility safer.

Arc-flash relays use reliable light detection to quickly sense an arc-flash and trip the circuit breaker in milliseconds. Adding Littelfuse arc-flash relays to existing switchgear is fast and easy. They’re plug and play. Any combination of point and fiber optic sensors can be used to provide maximum coverage.

Arc-flash relays can substantially reduce the amount of incident energy in an arc-flash, making switchgear safer and reducing the amount of PPE needed. They are the optimal solution to meet new NEC code changes for active arc-flash mitigation with the shortest trip times.

Littelfuse has a family of arc-flash relays to fit almost any situation. Arc-flash relays are a very cost-effective way to significantly decrease the risk of arc flash and make your facility safer.

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Littelfuse products are vital components in virtually every market that uses electrical energy, from consumer electronics to automobiles, commercial vehicles and industrial equipment. Our history of innovation, proven technical expertise and the industry’s broadest and deepest portfolio of circuit protection products enable us to provide objective, comprehensive solutions for each customer’s unique needs. We are also expanding into adjacent markets that complement our core business including power distribution centers for mining operations, generator controls and protection for marine applications, heavy-duty switches for commercial vehicles and electromechanical sensors used in the automotive industry.

Littelfuse is the preferred brand for leading manufacturers around the world, with more than 40 sales, manufacturing and engineering facilities and a global network of distribution channels.