The GridSense HighV Camera, designed for inspection of energized high-voltage assets, is now rated to 500kV phase-to-phase, filling the industry’s need to safely examine live, substation-level high-voltage assets, eliminating the need to take an outage to examine those assets, and speeding and simplifying issue identification and diagnosis.
GridSense and WEIDMANN are pleased to announce that GridSense BushingIQ technology will power the newest member of the WEIDMANN InsuLogix® monitoring family.
GridSense and Landis+Gyr are pleased to announce the availability of GridSense TransformerIQ and LineIQ monitoring solutions equipped with Landis+Gyr GridStream platform communications.
GridSense has developed the HighV Camera™ for the safe inspection of energized high-voltage assets up to 345kV phase to phase.
Because of its ability to monitor load on residential transformers without costly infrastructure and IT prerequisites, GridSense has been tapped to monitor electric vehicle (EV) impact on the grid.
GridSense was proud to be one of only two fault current indicator (FCI) vendors chosen to participate in Baltimore Gas & Electric’s FCI smart grid pilot.
GridSense has been named by AlwaysOn one of its GoingGreen 200 Top Global Companies to Watch for 2012.
A major southern California utility has purchased 500 TransformerIQ units in order to monitor valuable data from overhead and underground transformers.
In its Smart Grid section, GreenTech Media has featured GridSense’s recent wins, and the opportunities suggested by the upcoming Grid InSite software platform.
The July issue of Transmission & Distribution World magazine highlights Baltimore Gas & Electric’s volt/VAR control pilot, which utilizes GridSense monitors.