Software Tracks Abnormal Power-Quality Events

Electrotek Concepts’ PQView 4 software provides utilities with a platform to track and identify abnormal power quality events. According to its maker. PQView 4 offers the most advanced approach to fault detection and characterization of power quality anomalies on the utility’s distribution system.

 

The application is a multi-component software system that builds and analyzes databases of power quality and energy measurements. It stores and quickly analyzes large quantities of power quality disturbance and steady-state measurement data from thousands of utility end points. Fault analysis and location functionality is enabled via its FaultPoint add-in Module.

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Features include:

  • Enhanced Fault Detection and Characterization Algorithms
  • Fault Location Mapping using Eaton® CYMDIST or DNV GL Synergi Electric® Databases
  • Updated Event Filtering
  • Enhanced Data Log Trending
  • New and Improved Data Handlers for Downloading Third-Party Monitors and Importing IEEE Std 1159.3
  • PQDIF Files
  • New Software Development Kit and API
  • OSIsoft PI System Data Federation
  • New Fully Implemented PQView Commercial Licensing 

For insights and enlightenments, visit Electrotek Concepts Inc.

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