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• PREDICTIVE (CONDITION-BASED) MAINTENANCE
REPLACES SCHEDULED PREVENTATIVE
Traditionally, maintenance schedules had little to
do with the condition of assets, and everything to do
with the calendar. Using returned poll responses to
provide a continuous view of voltage, current and
phase, analytics can associate high-stress events,
peak voltage, currents, and durations, to show exactly
what an asset has experienced. Is it within the normal
limits? Accumulated stress events mean you can
predict and prevent failures, understand your assets’
overall condition and predict life expectancy. Load
balancing schemes can take the stress off.
Even from the data you currently collect, we can see
that the power of math is limitless in the insights it can
provide. Analytics can correlate, parse, model, estimate
and massage until there are sufficient insights to drive
actions. The challenge for utilities is no longer just to
know what is happening – it is the capacity to act on it.
This article is extracted from a Tait White Paper
“Modernizing your Grid.” written by Philip Mullins.
See the full paper here.