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Thermal Sensors Help Detect Faults in Power System Electrical Connections

Power Distribution and Digital

Join experts & peers to learn, share and engage about the key trends of electrical distribution around safety, availability, efficiency and connectivity, as well as power standards & regulations. From design to implementation and operation, let’s discuss how digital and software are transforming your business and your day-to-day work.

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Thermal Sensors Help Detect Faults in Power System Electrical Connections

Hello,

 

watch the short video below and learn more about Schneider Electric's Thermal Sensors for electrical distribution.

 

You'll have an overview on how they will help you and your customers to reduce the risks and insure continuity of service as well as optimized maintenance. 

 

 

Let us know your experiences or questions 👇👇

 

Julien Travostino
Power Distribution & Digital forum community owner
Power Products Div.
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