VaultSafe Transformer Monitor
Network transformers are located in underground vaults in cities throughout the world. Catastrophic failure of a network transformer can cause serious harm to the public. The VaultSafe Transformer Monitor is a low cost solution that uses a single hydrogen sensor to sample the headspace in all three compartments of a network transformer. Consequently, it serves as an early warning sign of incipient faults developing in network transformers.
One Sensor Monitors All Three Compartments
There are three compartments on a vault transformer: main tank, switch, and cable compartments. Conventional monitors only look at hydrogen in the main tank even though failure is most likely to occur in the cable compartment. The VaultSafe Transformer Monitor uses one sensor to continuously monitor all three compartments so that you are aware when hydrogen in the transformer headspace has increased.
Monitoring Hydrogen in the Headspace of a Network Transformer
Watch this video to learn about the best way to monitor hydrogen in a network transformer (vault transformer).
Maintenance Free Monitoring of Hydrogen Gas and Pressure
The VaultSafe monitors hydrogen gas and pressure in all transformer compartments which provides early detection of problems and greatly reduces the potential for failure. Pressure is monitored across all three compartments which prevents moisture or atmosphere ingress. The VaultSafe monitor is submersible, maintenance free and self-calibrating.
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