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IUS Technologies has introduced to the U.S. utility market its new VS2000 smart sensor for distribution automation.

The company says the VS2000 sensor supports a wide variety of communication options and is ideal for conservation voltage reduction, volt/VAR Control, volt/VAR optimization, theft detection and other distribution automation applications. The VS2000 model incorporates both three-phase voltage and current monitoring in a single device.

IUS Technologies notes that the new sensor is currently being line tested with both Georgia Power and Baltimore Gas & Electric.


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