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Delve deep into the technical intricacies of Partial Discharge (PD) monitoring in High-Voltage (HV) cable joints with seasoned engineers and the pioneering team from Optics11. This session is centered around recent studies that highlight the effectiveness of the OptiFender in HV cable joint monitoring, utilizing Fiber Optic Sensing Principles.

What You Can Expect:

Spotlight on HV Cable Joints: Learn about the novel approach of detecting PD in HV cable joints, a field that demands precision and constant monitoring.

Real-world Case Studies: Glimpse into the real-world application, challenges, and outcomes from recent implementations of OptiFender in diverse HV projects. Discover how the technology’s unique features fared in genuine scenarios, especially for HV cable joints.

Unveiling the OptiFender: While the primary focus remains on practical utility, we will delve into the technicalities of the OptiFender, emphasizing its ability to measure acoustic emission signals of partial discharges within HV cable joints.

Comparative Analysis with Electric Systems: Based on data from tangible case studies, observe how the fiber optic technology of OptiFender overshadows conventional electric systems in the domain of PD monitoring.

Interactive Q&A Session: Bring forth your queries, discuss your experiences, and interact with the seasoned experts of Optics11 and fellow engineers. This session aims to foster shared knowledge and insights.

About Optics11:

A global pioneer in fiber optic sensing solutions, OPTICS11’s groundbreaking innovations have gained traction not just in the energy sector but also in defense. Their unwavering dedication to safeguarding assets, especially in challenging terrains, is manifested in their state-of-the-art solutions tailored for PD monitoring. Collaborative efforts with industry professionals have led to successful integrations across varied energy projects, underscoring their role in bolstering operational safety and efficiency.

Why Attend:

This discussion is tailored for engineers and professionals vested in the energy sector. It promises more than a mere introduction to OptiFender; it is an invitation to enhance your knowledge, exchange insights, and be a part of the evolution in PD monitoring for HV cable accessories.