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For improved functionality for remote reporting about electrical substations, fault analyses, and condition monitoring of system conditions (substations and smart electrical grids), sub.net is the embedded software processor equipment that electrical companies need for the next generation of electrical distribution condition monitoring. Sub.net processors have embedded notification software.

This processor is not an “off-the-shelf” style microprocessor, like most legacy components. Sub.net from Embedded Monitoring Systems (U.K.) is advanced processor suitable for monitoring electrical distribution in utility/electrical grid systems. Its advanced capabilities far exceed standard fault reporting processors.

Upgradable, Scalable Software Reporting Platform

After spending five years on the design, testing and production of the sub.net processor, EMS has developed a real-time reporting processor that notifies monitoring personnel via email, text, or fax, as abnormalities begin. Besides being a useful tool for overall substation fault analyses, sub.net is a scalable and upgradable platform for electrical distribution monitoring systems. Sub.net, with its embedded software capabilities, records substation operational status. This includes monitoring all breakers. With this monitoring functionality, sub.net processors are ideal for remote monitoring of electrical substations and this next generation processor integrate with smart grid systems.

Real-Time, Electrical Substation Reporting Processors

When you excise weak links in electrical substation grids, particularly “off-the-shelf” microprocessors for legacy transient disturbance or abnormality recorders, utility companies will now have the opportunity to increase MTBF functionality, while having a robust real-time reporting tool for incidences of power drop-offs or failures localised at substations. Sub.net processors offer a true, remote power distribution, condition-monitoring system for utility companies.

Sub.net processors for remote asset conditions monitoring, incident recording, fault analysis, database alerts, and email notifications, are the next generation processors for substation monitoring. In fact, sub.net with embedded software is a completely revolutionary product when compared to legacy, electrical grid monitoring systems.

Remote Solutions For Conditions-Based Utilities Monitoring Systems

Sub.net offers a real-time, remote condition monitoring solution for electrical substations. This product provides useful alert options and analysis capabilities that include:

• Recording all conditions of breakers at substations for later fault analyses
• Monitoring electrical grids for abnormalities or transient disturbances
• Notifying remote condition/asset breaker monitoring personnel to system/circuit disturbances, fault currents, electrical abnormalities and power failures including all substation circuit breaker problems via email, text or fax
• Processor integration with existing electrical system monitoring systems, even legacy microprocessors
• Monitoring substations for power changes, interrupted power distribution, and fault currents
• Monitoring all breakers and operational timing
• Implementation of a real-time solutions for conditions-based situations or equipment reliability maintenance issues
• Monitoring substation CT and VT circuits
• Protecting substation grid relay operations
• Monitoring substation trip coils
• Monitoring battery systems
• Easy replacing legacy recording devices
• Easily upgrading systems for smart grid compliance

EMS (based in the U.K.) sells this advanced single-piece processor with embedded real-time notification software for alerts and later problem fault analyses. EMS sells sub.net reporting processors in Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, throughout the U.K., Turkey, and throughout Europe.

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