Power transformers are among the most strategically important and capital intensive asset. Aging transformers present a growing problem for industry. Our solution provides accurate online monitoring of water content in transformer oil, temperature, partial discharge, hydrogen, electromagnetic field and vibration sensors integrated into a single unit.
Off-line monitoring solutions are sporadic, time-consuming and ineffective to address these challenges. The lack of timely and effective condition analysis on these aging assets drives heavy investment to avoid catastrophic failure. Our products deliver an effective and timely solution to address these challenges.
We use low-cost condition monitoring solution with advanced predictive analysis to optimize transformer loading, maintenance and replacement with strategic long-term fleet management.
This technology was founded and built based on 10+ years of research in collaboration with Universities and a number of the largest Australian power distribution companies using decades of transformer data.
This product supplies an easy-to-install equipment pack for an easy 30-minute installation by your workplace-trained technicians or contractors. Contact us about a trial for your transformers today.
This solution provides an online-based condition monitoring for transformers of all sizes for a low monthly fee with no fixed contract. With low cost automated monitoring, real time alerts and graphical trends, the elongation of transformer asset life with reduced risk delivers a compelling return on investment.
We offer non-intrusive real-time detection of partial discharge in all the components of a Switchgear unit i.e. instrument transformers, cable termination box, busbar, circuit breaker truck and spouts. We also distinguish between real PD and interference i.e. noise, vibration etc allowing you to make informed decisions while saving cost and improve the safety of your network, operator and public.
Our partial discharge experts will interpret the results and provide strategic recommendations for corrective measures.
We use transient earth voltage (TEV) capacitive sensor to detect internal void discharge and ultrasonic microphone to listen to the surface discharge activity.
A slow tripping circuit breaker due to sluggish mechanism can cause major disruptions on power networks. This can lead to widespread loss of supply and damage to the plant. In other words, there are potential safety issues associated with the problem of having a faulty circuit breaker. Other failure modes could be related to battery or chargers.
We use trip PROFILE to capture the most important first trip. This enables rapid onsite analysis of potential defects by comparing the first trip or close profile to subsequent circuit breaker operations. This product also provides accurate information on the Main Contact Operating Time, Auxiliary Contact Operating Time, Condition of Close and Trip Coils, Condition of DC Battery Circuit, Auxiliary Contact Condition etc
We clip Radio Frequency Current Transformers (RFCTs) sensors around the live Cable Earth (Ground) straps to measure PD activity. This recorded data is interpreted with analytical software. This early identification helps to reduce the need for disruptive maintenance outages by highlighting high risk areas in ample time for repairs and replacements.
Our cable experts will analyse the data and provide a condition report with recommendations.