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WebBased Monitoring System for Power Quality Analyzer

Web Based Online Data Logging System for Power Quality is an essential service many utilities perform for their industrial and larger commercial customers. Because of the technology and software now available, this monitoring is a highly effective tool. Not only can a system provide information about the quality of the power and the causes of power system disturbances, but it can also identify problem conditions throughout the system before they cause widespread customer concerns, equipment malfunctions, and even equipment failures. Power quality problems are not necessarily limited to the power supply system. Many surveys have shown that the majority of problems are localized within customer facilities. Given this fact, Online Data Logging System is a service opportunity that can be applied to the entire utility customer base.

Essential requirements for a successful monitoring system include extensive data logger device, processing capabilities, easily understood reports, and universal sharing of information both within the utility and with the customer’s facilities personnel.

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Why WMS 802.MS?

Using Data logger, we can identify the weak areas and can improve the same area immediately. The earliest form of recording data involved manually taking measurements, recording them to a written log, and plotting them on graph paper. In the late 19th century, this process was automated with the use of strip chart recorders that mechanically recorded measurements onto paper. Strip chart recorders were a great leap over manual recording but still had drawbacks.

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Advantage of WMS 802.MS.

This presents the following advantages over traditional stand-alone WMS 802.MS:
  • Real-time visualization
  • Inline analysis
  • User-defined functionality
  • Terabytes of data storage
  • Network connectivity
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Here are some more reasons for

WebBased Monitoring System for Power Quality Analyzer

  • Identify power quality problems
  • You can increase the life of IT or highly advanced equipment
  • Protect motors from damaging currents and surges
  • Prevent transformers and conductors from overheating
  • Locate and identify equipment malfunction, BEFORE it malfunctions

Why install a Power Quality WMS 802.MS?

There are many benefits to installing a Power Quality Data Logger system — some of which strongly interrelate with each other. A properly designed and installed Data Logger system offers a deeper understanding of the operational parameters of the facility's electrical system. A close appraisal of the data generated by a Data Logger system can reveal a variety of overt and subtle opportunities, including:

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WMS 802.MS System - Hardware

The Data Logging system hardware consists of Microcontroller, Voltage Sensing Modules,Current Transformer and etc. Captured data(Phase Voltages,Line Voltages, Line Currents,Frequency,Power Factor, Power Consumed) can be collected via voltage sensing modules and current transformers. Collected data will be transmitted with a time interval to the central server for the further process.

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WMS 802.MS Device Features

  • Rugged, Dust & Oil proof Cabinet
  • Phase and Line Voltage Reading Sensor.
  • In Build Current Transformer Coil.
  • Less Maintenance.

WMS 802.MS System - Software

The heart of any monitoring system is the software that drives the system. Without the proper software, gathering, analyzing, and reporting the monitoring data would be a tedious task. The following sections describe the software used to communicate with the monitoring instruments, analyze the monitoring data, and report the data to the user via the Internet.

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How it Works

Web or intranet server to make power quality information and data available to engineers, customers, and representatives who need quick access to that data. In order to access the data, the user needs to know the address (URL) of the power quality data site(s), have a Web browser such as Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer, and have the required passwords to enter the system. The request from the user and sends an HTML file back to the user, which is viewed with a Web browser.

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