Reliable energy supply is the key to success for every enterprise in a globalised industrial world. Grid owners, utilities and industrial customers today face a number of unique challenges: expenditure cuts, loss of knowledge and expertise through retirement or downsizing. Furthermore operating ageing equipment at higher levels affects lifespan and reliability. Yet, customers are expected to maintain the same level of performance.
The need for condition monitoring solutions has never been greater than it is now. The ability to easily
obtain information that will enable accurate prediction of intervention time and clear guidance of the intervention required means that you can face these unique challenges with greater confidence.
As leaders in the condition monitoring market place, Siemens monitoring and diagnostics portfolio can offer you complete peace of mind on asset condition. Protecting your electrical assets with the latest technology is an important element of asset management and operational support which is beneficial for both business and the environment.
Our long history and extensive engineering expertise provides a range of solutions, branded i-Con, that covers all essential switchgear monitoringelements including UHF partial discharge, circuit breaker and SF6 gas density monitoring for both GIS and AIS applications from 66kV to 800kV.
The Siemens i-Con range of solutions forms the basis of the GIS and Switchgear Monitoring modules within the Siemens Integrated Substation Condition Monitoring System (ISCMTM), offering a sophisticated and comprehensive condition monitoring concept covering all equipment present within the power supply network from the switchgear itself to the transformers, cable and overhead lines.
Reliable and accurate switchgear condition data can be easily obtained through the i-Con range of solutions. Knowing which network components have to be maintained, repaired or even replaced, provides managers and operators the opportunity for advanced intervention to answer the next question, ‘when do I intervene?’.
The integrated software platform enables the integration of further substation assets, such as transformers, cables and overhead lines. This common platform forms the basis of the Siemens Integrated Substation Condition Monitoring (ISCM™) System. The Human Machine Interface (HMI) not only provides a fast and user-friendly front-end overview, it also incorporates powerful expert modes, whereby detailed diagnostics can be performed and reported automatically, thus providing trend analysis, automated reporting and defect location.
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Siemens i-Con range: Truly supporting our customers to avoid the consequences of failure in the most critical of situations.