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OVERVIEW

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CHALLENGES ELECTRICAL ASSETS OWNERS FACE

Electrical switchgears in switchroom distributes and provides power throughout buildings and facilities. Most electrical switchrooms are typically situated in obscure remote locations, often unmanned and out of sight & unattended - until a failure occurs.

​Frequent spikes or prolonged raised temperatures on the surface of electrical components of electrical busbars and connecting joints of power distribution cables could be indications of impending faults and failures. They could potentially lead to power outages, downtime, loss of productivity, collateral damages and even arc flash, explosion and fire.

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THE SOLUTION -

PYRO TMS

Better insights into the conditions of your electrical switchgears, from busbars, cable and connecting joints mean a heightened oversight and hardened condition monitoring of the entire building, facilities and equipment operations, continual productivity &availability, reduced maintenance frequency and better response time for early interventions before failures occur.​​

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EFFECTIVE TEMPERATURE MONITORING

PYRO Thermal Monitoring System (TMS) provides you with critical insights, leveraging on essential data to assist in critical decision making. From monitoring &detecting abnormally high temperature, to showing thermal heat trend abnormities on a 24/7 basis, PYROTMS is purposed designed to help ensure your electricalassets perform to its peak.​

The system software’s predictive data analytics identify overheating risks of the power distribution networks and automatically alert facilities operators or managers to minimize outage and downtime. With built-in data collection features, the weekly, monthly or yearly heat signatures of every monitored electrical busbar, power cables and inter-connect joints can be assessed for pre-emptive intervention and/or maintenance planning.

 

PRODUCTS

 
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PYROMiniBus

Non-contact Infra-Red sensors with Modbus RTU are placed in line of sight to the targeted electrical busbar surface’s hotspot. Both absolute surface and ΔT temperature measurements are captured and viewable on PYROTouch GUI display.

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PYROSense

Cable Surface Sensors are strapped on to and measure temperatures of power cables. Abnormal temperature increases in power cables due to loosen or poor connections normally cause higher-than-normal heat signatures. PYROSense cable surface sensors measure sudden temperature rise and ΔT temperature increases.

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PYROTouch

This 7” Touchscreen Display are Industrial grade PC, panel-mounted, IP65 Class, fanless cooling, pre-installed with Windows 10 PYROSoft TMS Software to provide on-site readings. The Ethernet ports allow for configuring to a system network and access to higher level Building or Facilities Management Systems. Each PYROTouch is able to connect and monitor up to 250-300 sensor points concurrently at a single site.

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PYROSoft

PYROSoft is the intuitive analytic and predictive software powering the predictive 24/7 Pyro Thermal Monitoring System. PYROSoft delivers local site readings, log historical data of all monitored sensors, trigger preset temperature alarms, notify & pre-alert authorized user/manager of irregularities, and allows scheduled logging and export of csv data files.

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PYROView

Most power distribution networks in buildings & facilities are designed to be spread out, distributed architecture and with various inter-connect and backup power supplies. The PYROView is a centralized Command Viewer software that connects multiple remote PYROTouch GUI devices, e.g., to a command and viewing room’s PC. This allows up to 40-50 remote sites of PYRO TMS (possibly 10,000 sensors) to be viewed and monitored online 24/7.

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SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE

1.  PYROSoft Analytic & Predictive Software
2.  PYROTouch Industrial Grade Touch Display
3.  PYROMiniBus Non-contact Infrared Sensor
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PYROSense Cable Surface Sensor
5.  PYROView Centralised Command Viewer

 

Reliability

Reliable monitoring and data acquisition of unmanned sites

Local Readings

Local readings of all monitored sensors’ temperatures via
GUI display on industrial PC

Remote Access

Remotely access via internet to view entire facilities or building’s PYRO Thermal Monitoring System, with optional PYROView software

Open Protocol

Industry standard and open protocol, Modbus RTU

Interference-free

No wireless interference worries to/from electrical systems

Non-proprietary

Open and well-established system architecture, network
topology and non-proprietary technology & interfaces

Scalability

Scalability of monitored points, from 10 to 10,000 sensors.

Simplicity

Simple installation & use, intuitive graphical software &
maintenance free

Notification Variety

Local visual and audio alarm triggers along with remote alert notifications by email and/or and optional SMS

24/7 Online

24/7 online monitoring, logging and alerts

Data Analytics

IPredictive data analytics comply with DIN 4367. IEC 60227-3
& BS 5052-2-31 specifications

BENEFITS OF PYRO TMS

 
 

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