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Littelfuse POWR-GARD Launches New Protection Relay Website With Enhanced Technical Information

The new Littelfuse POWR-GARD Protection Relay website expands technical information, improves functionality, and features the new POWR-GARD Protection Relay Product catalog.

Chicago-based Littelfuse, Inc. has launched its new Protection Relays website, which was redesigned to include expanded technical and product information and to improve the user experience by making critical information available directly on the home page.

“Our customers have indicated that they want access to technical information that allows them to find the best solution for their unique needs," says Eva Jelezova, marketing manager for POWR-GARD Protection Relays. "The new site was designed to help advanced users research protection relay solutions and to meet the needs of other users who require basic product information. If customers have additional questions, they can call Littelfuse and talk directly to our engineers. The website is another means to provide industry leading technical support,”

The new website features the most popularly requested documents including product manuals, data sheets, and simplified circuit diagrams right on the home page. A Tutorials and Demos section provides users an interactive view of the features of various protection relays. In addition, a new Information Center includes topics such as how to convert to a resistance grounded system, common motor protection problems, ground fault protection and electrical systems. The latest Littelfuse POWR-GARD Protection Relay catalog, including three new motor and pump protection relays, PGR-6130, PGR-6150 and PGR-6800, is also available for download.

“Our products improve efficiency and reduce downtime for our customers," says Jelezova. "We took the same approach with the website and provided more technical information that is user friendly and easy to access."

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