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The UltraTEV Detector is a genuine technological breakthrough - the world's first dual sensor handheld PD instrument. One of the most effective tools for identifying potentially damaging faults, and as a valuable aid to personal safety.

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The UltraTEV Plus provides ultrasonic detection of PD activity as numerical decibel values and as audible signals, which you can hear through the headphones provided, plus measurement of PD activity in the form of TEV (Transient Earth Voltage) effects.

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The UltraTEV Locator is a portable, multi-functional system for investigating and recording PD activity in unprecedented detail. It comprises a central unit with multiple sensors and dual probes, plus a range of accessory options to increase its versatility.

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The UltraTev Monitor was designed for 24/7 management of the condition of all substation assets and is a fully integrated management system. It comprises multiple sensor nodes which has communications capability over multiple networks.

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The UltraTEV Alarm is simple to install and completely automatic in operation. It provides instant alerts if PD activity reaches a potentially damaging level and also provides continuous assurance when production-critical assets are operating correctly.

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The PD Hawk has a rugged design, is handheld, and battery-powered while being straight forward to operate, uniquely fast and accurate. Allows electrical engineers to scan entire switchyards in minutes for partial discharge emissions from a distance.

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The CableData Collector system identifies and reports Partial Discharge (PD) activity inlive cables of distribution voltages, without the need for disruptive outages. Measurements of any PD activity are recorded on a PC or laptop, via a USB cable.

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The PURL is a well-proven replacement for the old technique of tapping a pole with a hammer to guess its residual strength. Enables operators to construct a detailed database of the condition to make decisions on maintenance and replacement.

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