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Data, Not Truck Rolls – Using the IM500 Thermal & Visual Sensor for Substation Monitoring

June 24, 2022
The Operations group at a midsized electrical utility is responsible for monitoring and maintaining numerous remote substations across a wide geographic region. As the substation infrastructure ages and demand for reliable power generation grows, maintenance and repair crews are under increasing pressure to avoid outages and ensure the system is fully functional.
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Data, Not Truck Rolls – Using the IM500 Thermal & Visual Sensor for Substation Monitoring

Stress on the Power Grid – The Need for Reliability Through Power Line and Substation Monitoring

June 10, 2022
The North American power grid is under increasing stress. Aging infrastructure is being asked to do more with less as demand for power grows and reliable access to electricity impacts nearly all aspects of our daily lives.
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Stress on the Power Grid – The Need for Reliability Through Power Line and Substation Monitoring

Shifting to Condition Based Maintenance With the TCAM2500 Thermal & Visual Monitoring System

May 20, 2022
The Operations group at an electric power utility is struggling to manage and maintain equipment at large remote substations. Aging infrastructure, a lack of automation systems, and a shortage of qualified staff have increased the frequency and severity of unplanned outages resulting in fines and higher maintenance costs. As issues occur, crews are dispatched reactively to physically inspect the site, identify the cause, and conduct repairs.
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Shifting to Condition Based Maintenance With the TCAM2500 Thermal & Visual Monitoring System

Comparing Approaches to Remote Substation Monitoring – Why a Touchless™ Approach Is Better

May 3, 2022
In the US alone, more than 55,000 substations and 7 million miles of high voltage transmission and distribution lines transmit more than $400 billion of electricity each year.
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Comparing Approaches to Remote Substation Monitoring – Why a Touchless™ Approach Is Better