GE Multilins have become the motor protection du jour in many facilities running large medium voltage motors. We began programming the Multilins some time ago as a service to our Medium Voltage VFD customers.
The most common models are the GE Multilin 469, and the GE Multilin 750, but there are many others.
Customers send the Multilin units to us from all over the country, and often tell us how happy they were to discover that we repair the Multilins.
It’s, overall, a reliable product, and well worth repairing when the unit fails. The Multilin can fail for a variety of reasons, including power line issues, software issue, mis-connection, and environmental issues such as getting wet.
Our standard turnaround time on repairing a GE Multilin is two weeks, but we can do rush repairs if the downtime is critical.
In addition to repairs, we offer tech support on the Mulitlin, and actually do field setup and programming.
The GE Multilin units are most often used on critical applications, usually on large horsepower motors. Running these applications without the GE Multilin monitoring critical functions such as current, winding temperatures, bearing temperatures, and other parameters is very risky. The units are not inexpensive, and although quite reliable, they do sometimes fail. When these important Multilin units fail, that’s when our GE Multilin repair service can be invaluable.
We’re very easy to use as a GE Multilin repair service. Simply contact us by any of the methods on the right of this page, EMAIL us or call 770-448-4644770-448-4644. We don’t require RMA s, and we will give you a firm quote. We can also do rush repairs in critical situations. Just call us.
EMA has the highest measured customer satisfaction rating within our industry, and we’d love to add you to our list of satisfied Multilin repair customers. We also repair VFDs, DC Drives, industrial touch screen monitors, and most other industrial electronics. Read through our blog pages to get a feel for all of our services.
No-One, Anywhere, is better at drives (or Multilins) than we are!..