Multi-Gas-in-Oil Analysis System with Transformer Monitoring Functions
The HYDROCAL 1005-3/-2/-1 is designed for multi-gas-in-oil analysis on a bank of three single phase transformers located next to each other. This new wall-mounted system allows for the individual measurement of Moisture (H2O) and the key gases Hydrogen (H2), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Acetylene (C2H2) and Ethylene (C2H4) dissolved in transformer oil utilising a sampling system that samples oil from each tank via three separate oil channels expertly engineered to provide negligible mixing of oil.
As Hydrogen (H2) is involved in nearly every fault of the isolation system of power transformers and Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a sign of an involvement of the cellulosic / paper isolation the presence and increase of Acetylene (C2H2) and Ethylene C2H4) further classifies the nature of a fault as overheating, partial discharge or high energy arcing.
The device can serve as a compact transformer monitoring system by the integration / connection of other sensors present on a transformer via its analogue inputs:
- 4 analogue inputs 0/4-20 mADC
- 6 analogue inputs 0/4-20 mADC +20% / 0-80 VAC +20%
configurable by jumpers It is further equipped with digital outputs for the transmission of alerts or the execution of control functions (e. g. control of the cooling system of a transformer):
- 5 digital relay outputs
- 5 digital optocoupler outputs