TripSaver® II Cutout-Mounted Recloser


A modern lateral protection strategy can bring massive benefits to you, your customers, and the environment.

  • Improves reliability by preventing outages from temporary faults
  • Helps to avoid unnecessary truck rolls and O&M expenses
  • Improves customer satisfaction
  • Mitigates the risk of wildfires
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The TripSaver® II Cutout-Mounted Recloser combines the best of fuse–saving and fuse–blowing strategies without any of the drawbacks. When a temporary fault occurs, the TripSaver® II Cutout-Mounted Recloser eliminates momentary outages for customers on the main feeder by only blinking the affected laterals. This lateral–protection strategy improves a utility’s reliability and bottom line.

Utilities need a better option for their fault-protection strategy. More than 80% of transient faults on overhead distribution circuits occur on laterals. A utility’s lateral-protection strategy could either be causing more momentary outages or more truck rolls. TripSaver II reclosers combine the best of fuse-saving and fuse-blowing and improve reliability and save O&M costs.

Despite yearly investment on feeders, the laterals in your system may be falling behind.

Modernizing the last mile of your grid can result in both increased customer satisfaction and significant cost savings. In addition, investing in reliability paves the way toward customer support for future system improvements.

Learn more about TripSaver® II Cutout-Mounted Recloser here.

Get significant annual savings with Lateral-Reclosing

TripSaver II keeps the power on and avoids truck rolls since power is restored automatically for transient faults. With just 4 eliminated truck rolls, TripSaver II pays for itself. Expect SAIFI reductions of 50% or greater and SAIDI reductions based on the switching and repair times for the feeder involved.

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