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CableData Collector™

online cable testing system

The CableData Collector™ system identifies and reports Partial Discharge (PD) activity in LIVE CABLES of distribution voltages, without the need for disruptive outages.


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  • Prevents outages by identifying cable defects before they fail
  • Confirms when cables are free of PD problems
  • Quick, safe and non-destructive
  • Detects and measures PD activity in single and 3 phase cables
  • Works with all insulated cable types over distances up to several kilometres/miles
  • Small, robust, portable and easy to use
  • Minimal training needs

hardware

The CableData Collector™ identifies PD activity in live distribution cables by measuring radio frequency currents, which are produced when discharges occur.

Simply clip the included Radio Frequency Current Transformers (RFCTs) around the Cable Earth (Ground) Straps and plug them into the CableData Collector™. Measurements of any PD activity are recorded on a PC or laptop, via a USB cable.

software

CableData Collector™ analysis software is used to interpret data recorded on PD activity. The results are output as reports showing:

  • The severity of PD activity
  • Evidence on which to assess the risks of failure and build registers of asset condition
  • Intelligence for decisions on remedial action or replacement


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For a free demonstration please contact (+65) 6634 3591 or email sales@eatechnology.sg
 

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For more details please contact: 0800 028 7243 or email sales@eatechnology.com

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