GES System

GES system

Today’s electrical systems are complicated and complex and pose hidden hazards.

Fire hazards from electric failure, electrocution hazards, and ELF radiation.

In addition, grounding currents cause corrosion in water pipes and ferrous reinforcing bars, cumulative damage to sensitive electronic equipment, and interference with testing and measurement equipment in medical and other laboratories.

To date, most of the aforementioned problems and hazards have gone undetected by the existing defence mechanisms, and consequently, they mostly accumulate and get worse.

Now there is a technological solution that does not allow them to slip under the radar.

Catalogue and Presentation

GES User Manual

data sheet

The GES system

The GES system consists of dedicated hardware (controllers), carefully developed for monitoring and measuring current and voltage data on electricity panels in frequencies (f 27khz) according to the system requirements. The system regularly transmits the data through communication cables directly to a remote computer, where the dedicated software is installed.

 

The system consists of the following:

Hardware

A GES controller, connected to six current transformers (with 0-100 ma output) or to Rogowsky coils, that measures the current in the following conductors: 

  1. On the power cable (3 phases and Neutral)
  2. On the main earthing conductor.
  3. On the main neutral conductor.

4-6. On the main three phases


Software

Innovative software, developed after hundreds of laboratory experiments in which numerous malfunction tests were performed, resulting in various current distribution classifications.

 The GES system software is a breakthrough software, for detecting and monitoring power failures of various types.

 The software stores all system data received in real-time from the GES controllers that are installed on the electrical panels in the customer’s electrical facility. It analyzes and translates them into data, which are then processed by algorithms. 

 When any malfunction in the electrical system occurs (current, voltage, power multiplier and more), the system analyzes the changes that happened at the time the malfunction occurred and detects the currents distribution and voltage changes. 

Based on this data – and since the system receives real-time data from a large number of boards in the same facility –  the algorithms identify the type of malfunction, its location and its intensity, and the effect it has on the system.

This method is protected by a registered patent.

 After analyzing and resolving the malfunction, the GES system notifies the user of the malfunction by email or SMS, and displays this data on the application screens, in a clear and user-friendly manner, including a detailed report to the customer about the new malfunction.

At this point, all that is left for the customer to do is to call an electrician who, based on the system’s information, will easily solve the problem.

Since the system is deployed on the electrical panels in the customer’s facility and measures all the important electrical data in that panel, it can detect 96% of the faults.