ABB Relays-Online is a one-stop-shop available globally for fast, easy and convenient product selection, configuration and order management of ABB’s medium-voltage protection devices, such as the Relion® protection and control relays.
On this digital platform you can take action quickly without any restrictions. You can access the digital platform via laptop, tablet, or mobile phone anytime and anywhere to get immediate access to the right product, order it and track the delivery.
On the digital platform you get access to the following tools and services:
- Product selector and configurator – lets you select a product and configure it to your specific requirements
- Build an order – simply select the products you need and add them to your shopping cart before requesting a quote or placing the order.
- Track your order – allows you to track and manage your order
- Quick price check – allows you to quickly check the purchase price and the validity of the ordering code
For improved user experience, access to all the tools and services on ABB Relays-Online is granted via a single sign-on account. In Relays-Online you can freely select your digital tools that will help you efficiently perform your daily tasks. Responding further to customer feedback, ABB has also introduced a notification system, which further increases process transparency.
“With this new digital platform, we make the life of our customers easy. In this first release, the platform makes it easy to configure, place and track your order” said Sami Raitakoski, Global Product Group Manager in ABB’s Distribution Solutions division. “In subsequent releases we will introduce user-friendly selection guides allowing customers to quickly compare different protection devices and make the selection that best meets their requirements for safe, smart, and sustainable electrification solutions.”
This is the first release of the ABB Relays-Online and additional functionality will be added later this year.
For more information, please visit go.abb/relaysonline and join one of the webinars on March 24, 2022 at 9 a.m. or 4 p.m. CET (Central European Time). To register for the webinars, please go to the Digital substations webinars page.