In the event of any malfunction in the electrical system, the System analyzes any changes that may have happened at the time of the malfunction and takes a note of any changes in the distribution of currents or voltage. The types of faults that the system can discover and identify include, but are not limited to:
Voltage Faults, such as:
- Lack of phase & lack of neutral
- Disconnection from grounding
- Disconnection within the PEN conductor
- Loose contacts in the supply line
- Voltage drops / Power dips / Surges
- Dangerous touch voltage at the facility due to an increase in grounding potential
- Stray voltage on the board
- Supply Frequency Instability
Current Faults such as:
- First stages of short circuit currents
- Stray currents and leakage current
- Overload current
- Load imbalance
- Low power factor
- High fault loop impedance
Based on these findings and the high volume of real-time data the software receives, the System’s proprietary algorithm identifies the type of malfunction, its location within the system, its severity and its effect on the system at large.
Upon completing both the analysis and resolution of the malfunction, the GES system notifies its administrator of the malfunction by email or SMS. The relevant data regarding the malfunction can then be displayed on application screens including computers, tablets, or smartphones.
The user/administrator has access to a detailed report about the recently occurring malfunction that gives them relevant information to relay to an electrician who can quickly remedy any issues based on the information given.
Key Product Features & Functions
The GES system offers electrical infrastructure administrators a number of innovative features that are derived from the combination of the hardware & software functionality.
- The user will receive professional reports on any early detection of an electrical fault or a bad process that develops in the electrical infrastructure
- Offers early detection and diagnosis for loose contacts, current shorts, drops in voltage, or a loss of neutral (potential over-voltage).
- The system will also help customer/site administrators to detect an increase in grounding resistance and if there is poor quality in the power supply, or if there is a leakage in the current.
- Measuring the impedance of each of the main conductors feeding the electrical fixture so as to detect fault loop impedance in all existing options. and indicating a defect in the power supply cable.
- Measures phase-ground and neutral ground voltages.
- Records abnormal events at a sampling resolution of 68 times in a cycle with a data logger with a resolution time of 40 milliseconds.
- FFT analysis of the measuring signals
- Measuring energy in each of the electrical panels and receiving an electricity consumption report according to each time section that the customer will require.
- Remote control and monitoring capability, including the creation of switch-on and automatic shut-off scenarios for energy saving purposes and safety protections
The GES system offers its customers a multitude of benefits that will make their jobs easier and make the electrical infrastructure they manage safer.
The GES system detects and monitors 96% of power failures across both voltage and current faults while operating as a 24/7 recorder of panel data. This data can then be stored for future use by the customer for an extended period as little as one month, with the ability to extend.
Customers can save on electricity costs since the system offers them comprehensive measurements of their power consumption and allows them to manage their energy consumption by giving them all the essential information to plan an agenda and receive reports.