LumaSense Technologies, Inc.

Substation monitoring and control system for electric substations using non-contact thermal imaging - Video

ThermalSpection™ 724 is an automated, continuous thermal imaging system for remote and automated early fault detection in power substations and industrial sites. Equipment in electrical power substations is nearing the end of their useful life and have increased potential for faults or complete failures. Using non-contact thermal imaging with the ThermalSpection™ 724 system, operators can continuously monitor the temperature of critical assets within an electrical power substation remotely to ensure safe and reliable operations. Condition-based maintenance (CBM) is essential for electric utilities. Thermography is a well-proven technique for monitoring for conditions and detecting fault in electrical equipment. Portable thermal imaging are often periodic, imprecise, and limit the practicality of applying CBM. There is also a shortage of electric tools and resources to analyze the data. An automated data-driven method is needed to analyze electrical equipment.

Substation monitoring as a part of substation automation with ThermalSpection™ 724DV: An automated, continuous thermal and visual imaging system to identify thermal abnormalities within electrical power substations. Do substation control and monitoring in power substations with this substation monitoring system. Substation maintenance: Designed with advanced maintenance-free electronics and industrial protective packaging, the ThermalSpection™ 724DV substation monitoring system offers a high degree of accuracy for demanding electric power utility’s (transmission and distribution | electrical substation) while accurately measuring asset temperature without contact in even the most adverse environments. The ThermalSpection™ 724DV substation monitoring and controlling system - also for substation transformer - can combine multiple devices, including pan and tilt cameras, fixed cameras, and pyrometer for electric power substations and as a substation automation system.

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