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New gas and particle sensing technology detects cables overheating in LV equipment

Power Distribution and Digital

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New gas and particle sensing technology detects cables overheating in LV equipment

Deteriorating cable connections in electrical systems continue to be a major cause of fires in buildings, resulting in damage to equipment, business downtime, and safety risks to personnel. Traditional infrared (IR) thermography can miss hot spots that occur between periodic inspections.

 

Is there any solution available, ideally suited for low-voltage switchboards with large numbers of cables and connection points? Can I be notified real time when there is a cables overheating issue?

 

Find out more in our branded new white paper:

https://go.schneider-electric.com/WW_202105_WP-Heat-Tag_MF-LP.html?source=Content&sDetail=WP-Heat-Ta... 

 

Enjoy!

 

Vassiliki NOTI
Marketing Offer Range Manager
Power Products Division
Energy Management Business