When sensors detect a change on a critical asset, operators can react quickly to re-balance or replace the asset before any damage is done. Say goodbye to emergency response units arriving to avert a catastrophe. Systems remain online and running smoothly.
Sensors - Small ingenious sensors for humidity, temperature, water detection, door status, transformer temperature and core remote monitoring of your assets.
Cloud Connector - Our cloud connector gathers sensor data and transfers it to our cloud or a partner cloud. A plug and play gateway.
DT Cloud & API - View and manage data via our software, one of many partner portals, or a custom integration through our API.
At 19 x 19 x 2.5mm, our sensors can be placed on almost anything using industrial-grade adhesive. They have a robust design with an IP68 rating (water & dustproof).
The low cost of our solution makes it economically feasible to continuously monitor equipment on a whole new scale.
There is no need for configurations during installation. Plug in the Cloud Connector and you’re ready to go.
All data is encrypted, from the sensor to the cloud. Best in class scores from 3rd party security reviews.
Our custom-designed chip technology enables us to deliver a battery life of up to 15 years in a normal environment.
Data is readily available for download or streaming to any analytics platform via a powerful REST API.
“The new data has thus not only helped discovered an incipient failure in a critical component, it also allows us to keep operating the substation in a safe and controlled way while we are waiting for an opportunity to repair or replace the troublesome components.”
- Boye Annfelt Høverstad, Head of Data Science at Statnett
Monitor if the main door is left open or not.
Monitor the temperature of the transformer core.
Measure the humidity and temperature of the room.
Measure temperature individual high and low voltage phases.
Detect if there is water on the floor or if the water level is critical.
Cloud Connector mounted in a weather-proof enclosure.
Measure the outside temperature of the substation for reference.
Measure temperature on output power lines.
Continous monitoring can make it possible to utilize transformer capacity better and provide insights into the health of components, also in regards to predictive maintenance.