The SYMSPE-Base Synchroscope measures various electrical parameters of two electrical sources (Aand B).
The SYMSPE-Base Synchroscope measures:
It also analyzed the status in the form of digital bits and providing it through digital out as a feedback to make the Signals synchronize and make the breaker to Open or Close.
The SYMSPE-Enhanced 4 & 6 Channel Synchroscope measures various electrical parameters of two electrical sources (A and D).
The SYMSPE-Enhanced 4 & 6 Channel Synchroscope measures:
It is also analyzed the status in the form of digital bits and providing it through digital out as a feedback to make the signals synchronize and make the breaker to Open or Close.
Protocol converter designed for the conversion of standard protocols like Modbus/OPC/IEC etc. and other proprietary protocols
To design, integrate, test and deliver an independent, industrial grade protocol concentrator system for establishing the communication between the SCADA server and 24 individual RTU client stations using Modbus protocol
Sym Protocol Converter is designed which addresses the expanding requirements of utility customers for scaleable, cost effective and rugged converters and gateways for their sub station modernization requirements. The standard version supports a large software library of communication protocols. The devices find applications common in the Power Process and Automation Industries
Sym Protocol Converters are designed which addresses the expanding requirements of utility customers for scaleable, cost effective and rugged converters and gateways for their sub station modernization requirements. The standard version supports a large software library of communication protocols. The devices find applications common in the Power Process and Automation Industries.
SymConv is a universal protocol conversion solution for coupling a wide range of protocols and offers maximum flexibility
– Ethernet c e.g. TCP/IP, Sinec-H1
– RS232/485 UART c e.g. IEC 870-5-101, Modbus
–TCT c e.g. Indactic 33, Conitel-2020, Sinuat 8FW
Symmetric Technologies is proud to introduce Powerside’s exceptional range of Power Analyzers and IoT system monitoring devices. Just about every commercial and industrial facility depends upon constantly available, high quality power. Powerside’s devices detect power conditions and disturbances that can impact plant productivity, either through disruptions to supply or through damage or premature failure of equipment. Persistent power quality monitoring delivers priceless information to predict and avoid failure, and to reduce the risk of repeated failures.
Simple, intuitive data presentation – anywhere, any time. Access all your data no matter where you are – PQube alerts come to you. You can also dig deeper into the data, thanks to a built-in web server that lets you access the information anytime online. You receive ultra-precise measurements in an easy-to-understand format, with no software to buy, install, learn, or maintain.
Proactive alerts. Know the moment a power quality event threatens your site or process. PQube 3 devices automatically push event-triggered data to your smartphone or email account.
Beyond power quality. Record anything related to energy consumption, power quality, manufacturing processes and your site’s environment. PQube 3 units have analog inputs that can measure environmental conditions at your site, as well as process parameters like a motor’s RPM speed, fuel level, and more.
The versatile PQube 3 family of products provides solutions for a wide range of applications and industries
Power analyzer, real time sensor and revenue-grade meter. Monitors up to 2 three-phase loads, plus environmental and process parameters.
It records nearly every type of AC power disturbance – including 4 MHz sampling of impulses – and it is an IEC 61000-4-30, edition 3 Class A certified, ultra-precise revenue-grade energy meter. Monitor up to two three-phase loads, or eight single-phase loads with a single instrument.
It goes beyond AC power too. With ENV2 it Records environmental data – such as temperature, humidity and barometric pressure, vibration, 3-axis acceleration – as well as process parameters From 3 rd party sensors, including torque, RPM, fuel level, water flow, and more. Easy to install, easy to use! Delivers ultra-precise event results immediately to your inbox.
Power analyzer, real time sensor and revenue meter. Monitors up to 4 three-phase loads, plus environmental and process parameters. PQube 3e replaces four traditional revenue-grade meters in addition to providing advanced power quality monitoring. Plus you get environmental sensing, and external process measurements, with the same ultra-precise results delivered immediately to your inbox.
Power analyzer, real time controller and revenue meter. Has 4 built-in programmable relay outputs that can be individually assigned to a specific disturbance.
When voltage quality compliance is required – that’s when you need the PQube 3v.
It does a great job verifying electricity delivered at the point of common coupling (PCC), as well as diagnosing equipment malfunction. Still the same ultra-precise results delivered immediately to your inbox.
Self-powered, ready-to-go portable kit designed for a quick install and temporary power measurement campaigns.
Below Accessories are more comfortable with PQube-3 power analyzer, PQube-3e, PQube-3r, PQube-3v and Portable PQube.
This FREE Windows compatible software, remote meters, scopes, strip charts, and logging.
A FREE multi-language compatible customizable reporting application that generates custom or default measurement data reports, such as EN-50160 and IEEE-519 reports, as a Word document that can be fully customized.
PQ1 power quality sensor detects sags, swells, interruptions, and impulses in as short as 500 nanoseconds. And because of its low price, you can buy ten to twenty for the price of a single traditional power quality monitor. It’s your go-to sensor to quickly defend against power quality problems.
PQ1 detects in 500 nanoseconds, higher impulse and voltage swell events, and significant and minor voltage sags. It immediately signals each event from the front panel LEDs as well as to a computer log file using relay contacts. Our power quality sensor adapts to international voltages between 100VAC and 240VAC, and operates at 50 Hz, 60 Hz, and 400 Hz. Higher voltages, including utility distribution voltages and input voltages up to 600 vrms can be monitored by hooking it up to an external transformer
The PQ1 is small and simple to use, with 16 pre-programmed industry-standard depth/duration response curves that can be programmed application specific. The PQ1 is a single-phase monitor that can also be used phase-to-phase or you can combine three PQ1’s for phase-to-neutral on three-phase power systems.
Because the PQ1 costs less than one-tenth of traditional power quality monitors, it quickly pays for itself as it increases equipment up time leading to higher customer satisfaction ratings.
Powerside’s Industrial Power Corruptor (IPC) generates bad quality power, reliably and repeatedly. It is the standard generator for equipment certification: SEMI f47, IEC 61000-4-11, IEC 61000-4-34. Once it is connected to AC power and equipment under test, all tests can be run from user-friendly front panel interface. There is no need to connect and disconnect voltage probes, current sensors, etc. Tests can be done both rapidly and safely with personnel of any experience level
The microPMU is a synchrophasor that high speed records and streams real-time stamped data measurements of electricity, including voltage, current, and frequency, as phasors at different points on a utility electric grid transmission system. Use a synchrophasor for wide area measurement and control to understand complex and dynamic power grid applications in utility distribution grids and microgrids.
Our microPMU works like a microscope with micro-second resolution and accuracy needed to understand the distribution of power grid applications. The microPMU data provides grid operators with a precise and high-resolution image and pmu measurements of the power grid in real-time.
Our microPMU takes PMU measurements at 60 or 120 observations per second at 60 Hz mains and 50 or 100 obs/sec at 50 Hz mains. Each measurement is time-stamped according to a common time reference using GPS. The time-stamping of the measurements allows data from different locations and utilities to be time-aligned (synchronized) and combined together. This data provides a precise and complete overview of the entire gride interconnection.
This time-sensitive information helps to alert the grid operators to grid stress early on, potentially avoiding power outages and maintaining power quality.
The microPMU can be connected to voltages up to 600VAC L-L 48VAC, which makes it ideal for interfacing with low voltage output signals or medium voltage sensor output. It’s easy for system operators to install. It can be installed in electrical panels, on distribution poles, in pad mount transformers, and more.
The microPMU is also ideal for smart grid projects that need precise synchrophasor measurements to investigate grid stability problems and to answer questions on blockages.
The basic system building blocks of an application are GPS satellite-synchronized clocks, phasor measurement units (PMUs), a phasor data concentrator (PDC), communications equipment, and visualization software. Some applications for the microPMU include:
Use a PQube 3 to track the quality of incoming utility power, and your own conditioned power, to demonstrate the value of UPSs and PDUs. If you have a new 380V DC data center, use your PQube 3’s unique ability to monitor both AC and 380V DC disturbances, and to track both AC and DC power flow. Your PQube 3 will also record everything from temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, and even earthquakes – it’s like an aircraft’s “black box” for data center reliability, and it’s as easy to use as a digital camera.
Your standard, inexpensive PQube 3 tracks disturbances on both AC and 48VDC power — no options required — and reports precision power flow on both systems. Use your PQube 3’s barometric pressure sensors to detect clogged air filters. At shared power locations, you can even use your PQube 3’s many AC current channels as precision revenue-grade meters. Remote locations with generator backup can use PQube 3 analog channels to measure fuel level and battery charge.
Standard low-cost PQube 3 analyzers all monitor 400 Hz power — no options required — for both single-phase and three-phase aircraft systems. And PQube 3s can simultaneously record disturbances on DC battery voltages and currents, at more than 30,000 samples per second on every cross-triggered channel. All of the recordings are stored on industrial flash memory in open-source files, and can be extracted with a standard USB thumb drive. And at airports, government agencies often use PQube 3 analyzers to monitor critical power infrastructure, like backup generators, to document that they have been operated under load, and on the proper test schedule.
Government laboratories and universities around the world use the PQube 3 as their AC power research instrument of choice. Why? The measurements from PQube 3s are fully certified — each PQube 3 comes with an individual NIST-Trace Certificate, and is U.L.-listed — and are entirely in open-source file formats, ideal for researchers. And the precision and accuracy of the low-cost PQube 3 are only exceeded by laboratory reference instruments.
Your low-cost PQube 3 can serve like an aircraft’s “black box” for your railroad power — it captures every disturbance. Standard PQube 3s can monitor 16.7 Hz systems, as well as 50 Hz and 60 Hz — no options required. And you can even use it for clever functions like monitoring the power signature of rail switch motors, which can help predict mechanical failures and motor failures before they happen.
Everything your PQube 3 records is available in open-source files, and your PQube 3 will email the files directly to your desk – no software required. It’s the smallest, simplest, most certified power instrument available.
EV chargers can be damaged or disrupted by power disturbances all over the world. Your PQube 3 is the ideal “aircraft black box” for recording every type of power disturbance, logging the waveforms, and emailing them to you. Or you can extract them with a standard USB thumb drive – in either case, no software is required. You can even use your low-cost PQube 3 to record DC voltages and currents – 30,000 samples per second is standard — providing independent confirmation of charger performance, and cross-triggered DC disturbances. It records temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, earthquakes, and mechanical jolts, too.
A low-cost PQube 3 is the ideal AC power monitor for military bases. It detects and records every type of power disturbance at 50 Hz, 60 Hz, and 400 Hz; monitors how well the grid switches to backup generators, and how well it switches back; and it keeps recording even if it gets disconnected from the base’s ethernet backbone. It’s like an aircraft “black box” for AC power. On board Navy ships, it monitors both shipboard power and shore power, with better-than-revenue-grade accuracy and full NIST-certification. On modern advanced DC-powered ships, the PQube 3 is fully capable of recording and reporting disturbances on multiple high-voltage DC buses. The PQube 3 is perfect for naval research.
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