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UltraTEV Monitor™

The UltraTEV Monitor™ is the latest edition to the Award Winning UltraTEV™ range. It is an advanced asset monitoring and PD Alarm system for 24/7 monitoring of Partial Discharge (PD) activity in all substation assets, including cables.

The UltraTEV Monitor™:

  • Provides valuable information on the actual condition of assets
  • Enhances the effectiveness of asset management, resulting in lower cost, higher reliability energy networks
  • Reduces unplanned outages
  • Increases site safety
  • Combines the functions of multiple PD instruments in a single package

Illustrative System Layout

Illustrative System Layout
The UltraTEV Monitor™ is the product of EA Technology’s unique experience as a pioneer in the measurement and interpretation of PD activity for nearly 40 years.

Features and Benefits

  • MV switchgear failure reduced by up to 71%
  • Cost of installation payback within two years
  • Unique external noise cancellation allows it to identify PD in high noise environments
  • PD is precision located, eliminating costly investigations
  • Flexible system installation and movement with no outage and minimal cabling
  • Early detection of asset deterioration, enabling informed preventative measures
  • Monitoring of environmental conditions correlates changes in PD with humidity and temperature
  • Configurable alarms and notifications allow instant response to deteriorating conditions
  • Intuitive web-based management and data analysis system is simple and easy to use
  • Intelligent cloud-based solution capable of remotely managing multiple systems
  • Capacity for up to 300 individual PD measurement points
  • Product options include both fixed and portable systems to suit large or small site requirements

UltraTEV™ Cloud

Innovative and totally secure data access from the UltraTEV Monitor™ (available as an option), making costly site visits to view data unnecessary. Our innovative technology ensures that your latest data is always available to you online.

With the UltraTEV™ Cloud, email and SMS notifications can be sent and received worldwide.

Product Options

Portable UltraTEV™ system:
  • for a smaller asset base
  • where flexibility of PD monitoring duration and positioning is key
  • for accessible sites
Wall-Mount UltraTEV™ system:
  • when monitoring multiple panels
  • for a permanent installation at a particular site
  • for accessible sites
UltraTEV™ Cloud with either the Portable or Wall Mount UltraTEV™ system:
  • where sites have poor or costly access
  • where good communication links are available and remote communications optimise site asset management

Valuable Condition Data

The ability to gather data on the condition of assets is a key part of the process of upgrading to Condition Based Risk Management™ (CBRM). This is EA Technology’s market-leading methodology of applying a Health Index to each asset, which includes the probability and consequence of its failure; an approach which is proven to improve asset reliability, availability and safety, whilst reducing the overall costs of asset maintenance and replacement.

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As industry leading experts we are able to offer you the advice, service and equipment
you need to monitor and assess PD. To find out more, contact us on:

T: +44 (0) 151 339 4181
E: sales@eatechnology.sg


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

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