Electrical Infrastructure Monitoring
Enable an Easy and Reliable Energy
Transition by Protecting Your Low
Voltage (LV) Infrastructure
GridBit EIM (Electrical Infrastructure Monitoring) addresses the urgent need for digitalization of the edge infrastructure at the low voltage grid, which is largely affected by the energy transition.
Learn more about the digitalization of the electrical infrastructure by reading this article on our blog:
Changes caused by energy transition
The pledges on battling climate change by 2030 will accelerate the changes and the related to them challenges.
Widespread adoption of renewable energy resources (solar, wind) are both an opportunity and a challenge. For distribution system operators, the high adoption speed can cause network and power volatility.
The shift towards net zero economy and greener energy will require a huge investment and innovations in the distribution grid, so that it remains resilient and stable.
Electrical utilities urgently need more visibility in the low voltage (LV) network
in order to secure its stability and resilience.
Digitalization of the LV network.
Complete visibility on edge assets and infrastructure.
Why monitor the LV grid and how?
The amount of assets distributed in the LV grid is way higher (65%) than in the HV and MD. Also, most of the trends happening in the sector affect exactly the LV. That is why it needs monitoring and improvement.
GridBitEIM adds digital senses and AI to the electrical infrastructure for complete prevention. It provides monitoring of the transformer and the switchboard by a thermal camera, digital analyzers and sensors for pressure, temperature, oil level and gassing. As a result rarer site visits are necessary which drive additional cost reduction.
Gateway unit - provides communication, management and data collection from peripheral modules and sensors in the LV switchboard.
3-phase energy analyzer - monitors the status of supply lines, control circuits, fuses, protections, contactors in the LV switchboard.
High voltage detector - measures a wide range of electrical parameters (by in- build three-phase indirect electricity meter).
Real-time clock - manages the power supply lines of the LV switchboard through automatic schedules or commands.
user-friendly management of the system
for unexpected events in the platform itself or via email, SMS, etc.
for system stability and data security
for easy navigation and visualization of your infrastructure
for quick and timely troubleshooting
of data for better overview and planning
of task execution, analysis and reports
with third-party systems