THE METERING DEVICE
Installed at each node across the power grid, the VectoIII® delivers energy data visibility beyond compare. Flexible design allows monitoring of low voltage (LV), medium voltage (MV), high voltage (HV), extra high voltage (EHV) and DC.
Data is classified automatically, according International norms and standards, as it is recorded. It is then made accessible to individual users via a user-friendly web interface in graphical, tabled, dashboard and report formats.
No more lock-in. OTELLOs’ open standards interoperability allows integrations with other measurement devices that support SCADA integration via open protocols like Modbus, DNP3 and IEC61850.
OTELLO can be scaled from a single device in a factory to tens of thousands of devices installed across the electric grid.
Based on an open source, licence-free, highly available and performant big data technology, OTELLO offers total scalability at a price point that can’t be matched.
The full spectrum of power quality, synchrophasor, metering, management & diagnostic tools come standard.
OTELLO’s unique edge-computing capabilities, streams all power quality, synchrophasor and environmental parameters to an open standards central data-store in near real-time.
Additional environmental & SCADA data can be integrated into this stream, delivering full visibility of your assets, anywhere on the grid.
OTELLO OspreyPRO® processes and classifies energy data streams from your power grid, in near real-time, into a high-availability, secure data-store.
Power Quality and SCADA data is made available via a mobile-friendly web interface, allowing for event management, incident investigations and analysis of your grid data via a standard browser.
OTELLO is open standards based, no custom software and driver installs required.
Class-A devices installed within the grid as a permanent power quality monitor
Multifunction Power, Power Quality & Synchrophasor Analyzer
Handheld power quality meters intended for portable use.
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