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.
Cleaveland/Price’s LineScope® is a highly accurate three phase power monitoring system for use on circuits up to 115 kV. The system consists of three conductor-mount LineProbe sensors and a data consolidating RTU3212 that can be housed in a CommBridge communication node, a customer’s communication node, or integrated into a Cleaveland/Price ADMO or PTAD switch controller.
- Power quality monitoring, reporting RMS current, RMS voltage to an accuracy of 0.5%, phase angle, power angle, power factor, real power, and reactive power
- Fault indication with fault direction, impedance/distance to fault, and fault magnitude to 32 kA peak reported
- Harmonic distortion analysis
- Line temperature monitoring
- Monitoring bi-directional flow lines
- Open tap monitoring
- Phase alignment comparison between system taps
- Voltage reduction
- End of line monitoring
- Auto line transfer
- Analog input for capacitor bank control
- Voltage certification for NERC PRC-005
The maintenance-free LineScope® is powered by line voltage, rather than line current, giving the system visibility on lightly loaded lines.