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Smart grid solutions provider IUS Technologies has unveiled two distribution transformer monitors, the TM1000 and TM2000.

IUS says the monitors use carbon nanotube technology to combine total combustible gas, temperature and load monitoring readings, providing real-time notification for single- and three-phase distribution transformers.

According to IUS, the TM1000 and TM2000 allow for a complete view of equipment health outside regularly planned manual inspection periods.

The company adds that the transformer monitors are equipped to immediately detect normal, abnormal, caution or dangerous conditions.


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