Dlaboratory Sweden: Vimmerby Energi expands the use of the dInsight Analytics platform from the cleantech company Dlaboratory Sweden AB (publ) by adding energy quality measurement, dQuality 3.0
The utility company Vimmerby Energi & Miljö AB introduced the Insight Analytics Platform from
dLab’s application dQuality is a solution that tracks network quality and detects deviations. To maintain the power quality standards required in
Higher precision in the registrations, a more user-friendly interface and the possibility of cross-reference network incidents with deviations in current quality are some of the improved features in dQuality 3.0. Overall, dQuality is an easy-to-use and cost-effective tool for tracking network quality. monitoring and analysis of factors such as harmonics, frequency stability, flicker, voltage changes, etc., irregularities can be quickly identified and managed
dQuality 3.0 can be viewed in dLab’s visualization platform dInsight. User-friendly graphs and charts make it easy to monitor power quality in dInsight. The possibility that cross-reference event registrations in dInsight and irregularities in dQuality make it possible to make extensive root cause analyzes.
Since 2019, Vimmerby Energi & Miljö AB has kept track of all incidents in its networks via dLabs dAnalyzer. Among the benefits are the early warnings of upcoming faults that enable proactive maintenance to fix faults before an interruption occurs. These early warnings are mostly displayed in the form of high ohmic ground faults and ground faults and can be, for example, a sign of aging components, bad cable splices and other upcoming problems that dLab uniquley detects with its patented algorithm.
-Now Vimmerby adds dQuality to also monitor the power quality in their network. Current quality interference is another form of distubance that can be, for example, a load or solar panels that generate unwanted harmonics. The solution can then, for example, be to add a filter to suppress the harmonics, he says
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