24x7 continuous thermal monitoring
IR spot & thermal image

2 technologies for contactless temperature monitoring
IR Spot or Thermal Imaging sensors
Thermal monitoring prevents failures by continuously measuring the temperature of electrical equipment, identifying abnormal heat patterns that signal potential issues. Electrical components typically operate within a specific temperature range.

Deviations, especially a thermal imbalance of over 10 degrees Celsius (18 degrees Fahrenheit) between phases, can indicate underlying problems such as voltage imbalances. These imbalances can escalate to serious issues like arc flashes, which pose significant safety risks and can cause equipment failure.

By using contactless thermal monitoring, potential problems are detected in real-time, allowing for immediate corrective action. This proactive approach prevents minor issues from developing into major failures, enhancing safety, reliability, and longevity of electrical systems.

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Environment monitoring
Monitoring the environment, now mandated by NFPA 70B, is crucial for anyone operating switchgear. Water and electricity don’t mix, creating immediate hazards. Dust gradually threatens electrical equipment, while vibrations can loosen connectors, causing overheating and fire risks. Corrosion is particularly harmful to copper components. Our real-time corrosion sensor detects corrosion levels instantly.

For temperature, humidity, dust, and water ingress, our plug & play sensors provide comprehensive monitoring. Environmental failures, when undetected and unaddressed, lead to power equipment failure.

Continuous environmental monitoring ensures the reliability, safety, and longevity of electrical systems, preventing minor issues from escalating into major problems.

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Independently certified and tested
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Our sensors have been safety tested by UL under the 61010 electrical safety standard. Our base units and hubs meet the UL 6238 standard.

Our sensors have undergone rigorous independent reliability testing by one of the world’s largest and most reputable switchgear and power manufacturers. Initially, our products successfully passed a comprehensive 10-year reliability test. Subsequently, they were subjected to and passed an even more stringent 15-year reliability test.

These independent evaluations underscore the long-term durability and dependability of our sensors, ensuring their exceptional performance in monitoring electrical equipment.
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NFPA 70B standard
NFPA 70B, now a standard, mandates both continuous thermal monitoring and operating environment monitoring for electrical equipment, including preventative maintenance and inspections. Continuous thermal monitoring with our thermal imaging and IR spot sensors is superior to periodic inspections because it provides real-time detection of issues.

In periodic inspections, problems can arise the day after an inspection and remain unnoticed until the next one. Continuous monitoring detects faults immediately, preventing failures and hazards.

Operating environment monitoring, tracking factors like temperature, humidity, water ingress, dust, and corrosion, ensures optimal conditions and prevents equipment degradation.

This compliance enhances safety, reliability, and longevity of electrical systems.
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