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Webinar: EMI Monitoring Conversation

EMI detects conditions associated with EM emissions within the Generator, Isophase Bus, and Transformers.

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Webinar: Shaft Ground Monitoring

The objective of shaft grounding is to protect the bearings, and to establish a good electrical connection. Shaft voltage, if left unchecked, can lead to catastrophic failures.

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Webinar: Integrated Monitoring

“If [plants] don’t have generator monitoring systems installed today, [they] will in five years, and will for sure in ten years.”

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Webinar: Rotor Flux Monitoring

Rotor Flux Monitoring eases financial burdens on plants while providing real-time information leading to advance knowledge of maximum flux deviation. This early detection allows plants to determine outages based on condition of the rotor rather than having to rely on a calendar.

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Webinar: Brush Condition Monitoring

When the check engine light comes on in a car, we check to see what’s wrong, and how we can fix it. Similarly, we continuously monitor brushes to get an advanced warning to know when they will need to be replaced. By doing so, we are able to reduce the risk of ring fires and other catastrophic events.

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Webinar: Electro – Magnetic Interference Monitoring

Plants are now able to monitor and trend electromagnetic emissions from generators. Early detection of faults within the generator core, the excitation systems, isolated phase bus, or even transformers may reduce the risk of unplanned outages.

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