Exacter recently declared the completion of its Phase-I design of embedded technology that will help identify grid status with remote, Smart Grid end devices.
The device will track damaged power equipment such as loose splices, insulators that are cracked, and damaged surge arresters.
Since 2006, the company’s patented technology helped offer utilities predictive knowledge for outage prevention, system hardening, and overall dependability. The sensor design deploys the EXACTOR Failure Signature Library that helps in identification of electric machinery that needs to be replaced.
This technology operates with any Smart Grid end-device utilized in applications to measure, control and for communication applications. It supports grid dependability and functioning.