M-2001C Digital Tapchanger Control for Transformers and Regulators

Beckwith’s Tapchanger Control line uses an innovative concept in new transformer or regulator applications or control replacements by using a universal tapchanger control – the M-2001 – with interchangeable adapter panels. The replacement panels are sized to correspond to the original manufacturer’s controls, use the same mountings, and include wire harnesses that match the existing connections – all for easy replacements. The M-2001’s easy installation, its comprehensive communication capabilities and its variety of features that meet all types of applications have made this control very popular in the industry.

  • LTC transformer, substation regulator, and line regulator control provides reliable operation with expanded capabilities
  • Available in four models; Comprehensive, Base-T, Base-RS and Base-R
  • Adapter panels to retrofit popular industry tapchanger controls
  • Ten on-board communication protocols
  • Count Window – Works even with noisy operation counter contacts
  • Field-updatable programming
  • Reverse power detection/operation
  • Demand metering/Data Logging with Date/Time Stamp
  • Entire control configuration prints out from TapTalk®
  • SCAMPTM (SCADA Controllable Auto/ Manual Pushbutton) Adapter Panel Auto/Manual Switch State can be changed by a SCADA command pushbutton
  • Overcurrent protection
  • SCADA HeartBeat
  • Manual HeartBeat Timer
  • LDC with R & X or Z-compensation
  • Increased Bandwidth to 10 Volts
  • Ethernet port optional
  • Supports terminal mode for modem communications in TapTalk
  • Transformer paralleling by circulating current, external master-follower circuitry, or ∆VAR® methods
  • Standard LCD display (rated -20 to +70 degrees Celsius.) Vacuum Fluorescent display optionally available (rated -40 to +80 degrees Celsius)
  • Optional Control Power Backup Input for Fiber Optic loop-through communication
  • M-2829 TapPlot® Analysis Software allows the plotting, printing and analysis of Tap Information