PPM 300 Bus tie breaker controller

Customizable bus tie breaker controller enabling safe, fast, and efficient busbar control

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PPM 300 (Bus Tie Shaft Generator Shore Connection) PPM 300 Display Back PPM 300 Display Top PPM 300 Display Bottom PPM 300 Display Side PPM 300 Rack 4Units Front Codesys PPM 300 Rack 7Units Front

The PPM 300 Bus tie breaker controller variant is designed for controlling a single bus tie breaker and supports ring busbar connections.

The controller is designed to be part of a DEIF power management system which ensures that all breaker operations are carried out in a fast, efficient, and safe manner: Before closing the bus tie breaker, the power management system synchronizes the busbar sections, and before opening the bus tie breaker, the system de-loads the bus tie breaker. The power management system also ensures that enough power is available on each busbar section after the bus tie breaker opens.

A DEIF power management system can include as many Bus tie breaker controllers as necessary.

Recommended I/O modules

Slot 1

Slot 2

Slot 3

Slot 4

Slot 5

Slot 6

Slot 7




Blind module

Blind module

Blind module


The table shows a 7-slot rack, but the controller is also available with a 4-slot rack. Modules PSM3.1, ACM3.1, and PCM3.1 are mandatory. If you add expansion module racks, each expansion rack must contain a PSM3.2 power supply module but does not need to contain other modules.

For general information about the PPM 300 controller range and its modular architecture, see the PPM 300 main page.

Other PPM 300 variants

Genset controller

Emergency genset controller

Shaft generator controller

Shore connection controller

Hybrid (battery) controller

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Product videos


Installing the display unit (DU 300)

Introduction to the display unit (DU 300)

Introduction to the PPM 300 controller rack

Protection and Power Management (PPM 300)

Unboxing the display unit (DU 300)

Unboxing the PPM 300


Installing the Multi-line 300 controller rack


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