DistribuTECH remains the premier event for learning about the cutting-edge advancements in utility products. Where else do over 500 vendors assemble on a yearly basis to explain how their products can help you improve your system? And with registrants from over 300 utilities attending, networking opportunities abound. There are 14 session tracks that address all of the hot topics in our industry, including distribution automation, microgrids, energy storage, and substation automation. If you want to keep up with advances in the electric industry, San Antonio is where you want to be Jan. 23-25.
While at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, visit Cleaveland/Price on the expo floor at booth #2935. We’d love to share the latest developments in our LineScope®, Reliatronics RTU products, and submersible current monitors with you!
The RTU3212 is a compact board-to-board RTU that functions as the head-end data processor of the Cleaveland/Price LineScope system. It also mates with the control board of Cleaveland/Price ADMO, PTAD, UAD, and PAD automation motor operators. Through its 4 DO’s and 15 DI’s, the 3212 adds control functions and status reporting to our motor operators. The RTU utilizes DNP3.0 protocol with the option to select Modbus or PG&E protocol as an alternate protocol. The board-to-board configuration eliminates wiring and results in a time saving and space efficient installation.
San Jose, CA USA
June 21-26, 2016
Visit us at Booth 313
and let’s talk about how Cleaveland/Price can improve reliability of your Smart Grid switch automation and power monitoring
Submersible Power Quality Node
Cleaveland/Price’s PQN-V is a power quality reporting node for underground applications.
The PQN-V accepts analog voltage and current input and is set up to transmit the data by a customer specified method.
The stainless steel PQN-V enclosure is water-tight as are the cables and connections from the sensing devices.
Submersible Current Monitor
The CM-V can accept current input from up to thirty CT’s (ten 3-phase circuits).
Monitoring current within a multi-circuit vault can provide early warning of circuit overload and prevent a costly vault fire with extended outage duration. The stainless steel CM-V enclosure is water-tight as are the cables and connections from the CTs.
Bright alarm lights are located at the top of the enclosure for visual indication of active alarm points.