I3 Power Sensor mounted on a 3-conductor medium voltage cable.
A revolution in multi-conductor medium voltage measurement
The Jomitek I3 Power Sensor measure the individual currents in screened 3-phase power cables with high accuracy and no need for calibration in the field. In addition to this, the power sensor offers multiple medium or low voltage measurement options for embedded calculation of power, energy flow direction and directional alarms. Transmission of live data and alarms is supported via an Ethernet interface.
The I3 power sensor is a powerful foundation for providing smart grid functionality to the distribution level of a power grid, based on an easy to install, low cost, non-invasive and compact design.
See the I3 Power Sensor product page for more information.
Wind turbine blade with a Jomitek Lightning Down Conductor Sensor mounted in the blade, close to the hub.
Innovative and reliable Lightning Down Conductor monitoring
Is the lightning down conductor intact? When should the rotational speed of the turbine be reduced to limit the leading edge erosion?
The Lightning Down Conductor Sensor detect partially or fully disconnected sections of a lightning down conductor within a turbine blade. A fully operational lightning down conductor protects a blade from unwanted flash-overs and thereby related damage to the turbine.
Based on the flow of atmospheric charge through the down conductor system the Lightning Down Conductor Sensor can detect precipitation within a few seconds. From this measurement the system is able to provide the wind turbine control system a severity graded precipitation warning, as it occurs, as well as remove or downgrade the warning as the water deluge passes.
See the Lightning Down Conductor Sensor product page for more information.
Wind turbine tower mounted with loop antenna for the Jomitek lightning sensor.
Highly reliable lightning detection
Did it strike? Which turbine in the wind turbine park was hit ? The lightning sensor placed at the bottom part of a tower measure all strikes affecting the individual turbine wherever is was hit. The next service visit can then be planned based on the lightning strike severity. This is especially important for off-shore turbines and multi-mega-watt turbines, where cost of service and cost of downtime is significant.
See the lightning sensor classic product page or lightning sensor & analyzer product page for more information.
Lightning Sensor & Analyzer