Switchgear monitoring system for 3 adjacent cubicles

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Systems MC 3x6S & MC 3x6S PDD – Overview Monitoring system for AIS cubicles (Air-Insulated Switchgears) Instrumentation of 3 adjacent cubicles with a single system – cost-effective solution On-line temperature control, alarms in real-time, data recording for trend analysis Enabling ...Read more

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Switchgear monitoring system for 3 adjacent cubicles MC 3x6S & MC 3x6S PDD

  • Description

Systems MC 3x6S & MC 3x6S PDD – Overview

Monitoring system for AIS cubicles (Air-Insulated Switchgears)
Instrumentation of 3 adjacent cubicles with a single system – cost-effective solution
On-line temperature control, alarms in real-time, data recording for trend analysis
Enabling technology for dynamic load monitoring and condition-based preventive maintenance of critical assets on electricity distribution and transmission network
Wireless passive temperature sensors specifically designed for operation under high currents and voltages (545 kV – 20 kA)
Quick and easy installation in the cubicles, even in retrofit
High dielectric robustness and cubicle integrity and performance preserved – as per IEC 62271
Worldwide license-free use in MV switchgears
Patented algorithms and interrogation methods for robust and reliable operation

Applications

Monitoring of circuit breaker arms in Air-Insulated Switchgears
Monitoring of MV AIS cubicles
Temperature monitoring of energized equipment

Main features

Instrumentation of 3 adjacent cubicles with one system
6 measurement points in each cubicle (on circuit breaker arms)
Surface temperature
Measuring temperature range: -25°C, 150°C
Typical accuracy: +/-2°C
Modbus-RTU communication protocol
Interface with HMI or provided Graphic User Interface

Options

Ambient temperature sensor
Door-mounted local programmable alarm
Modbus master and data recording device
Analog input or output (4-20 mA)
Available with continuous Partial Discharge Detection feature (ref.: MC 3x6S PDD)
Possible adaptations for monitoring of many types of energized equipment: RMU (ring main units), rectifiers, junction boxes, flexible terminals in isolated-phase bus systems etc.

Contact SENSeOR

French Headquarters
505 route des Lucioles, Navigator B
06560 Valbonne – Sophia Antipolis
France
+33(4)97231320

SENSeOR Offices
c/o Temis Innovation
18 rue Alain Savary
25000 Besançon
France
+33(3)81252985

contact [@] senseor.com

SENSeOR Profile

SENSeOR is a French company created in 2006, part of WIKA Group (Germany) since 2012. SENSeOR exploits Surface Acoustic Waves (SAW) to conceive unique-patented wireless passive sensors, integrated in an innovative, future-proof monitoring platform for Power Equipment and Industrial Machines. Its expert engineer team provides field-engineering services and customized developments in addition to its standard sensor portfolio. Features like online Partial Discharge Detection add even more value to SENSeOR's modular IoT platform, for Industrial customers, Data Centers, Electricity Transmission and Distribution Operators, Utilities. SENSeOR is an active member of the French association “Think Smartgrids, French solutions for smart grids” and of the "Club Smart Grids Côte d'Azur", and is part of "La French Tech - Clean Tech".