Launch of new monitoring system for switchgears

Launch of new monitoring system for switchgears

SENSeOR announces the launch of its new Universal Wireless Passive Temperature System for Switchgear Monitoring.

This system enables close monitoring of the most critical points inside each cubicle (circuit breaker arms, cable connections, busbars), with wireless and batteryless sensors, robust and optimized for operation under high voltage and current. The continuous temperature surveillance allows real-time load management, with the necessary level of security for operators and users, as well as preventive maintenance, triggering maintenance intervention only when necessary, but before it's too late.

This affordable solution is also the only multi-point wireless passive system accredited for worldwide license-free operation in AIS switchgears as per IEC 62271.

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Read the official Press Release

Product documentation:

Wireless Passive Temperature Monitoring System for AIS Switchgears (S1 Circuit Breaker - S1 Switchgear - S1 Multi-Cubicles) 

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505 route des Lucioles, Navigator B
06560 Valbonne – Sophia Antipolis

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18 rue Alain Savary
25000 Besançon

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SENSeOR Profile

SENSeOR is a 12-year-old start-up-spirit French company, part of WIKA Group since 2012. SENSeOR exploits Surface Acoustic Waves (SAW) to conceive unique-patented wireless passive sensors, integrated in an innovative, future-proof monitoring platform for Power Equipment and Industrial Machines. Its expert engineer team provides field-engineering services and customized developments in addition to its standard sensor portfolio. Features like online Partial Discharge Detection add even more value to SENSeOR's modular IoT platform, for Industrial customers, Data Centers, Electricity Transmission and Distribution Operators, Utilities. SENSeOR is an active member of the French association “Think Smartgrids, French solutions for smart grids” and of the "Club Smart Grids Côte d'Azur", and is part of "La French Tech - Clean Tech".