Avoiding Critical Asset Failure
Utility substations have become terrorist targets. Attacks on electrical power generating equipment are a recent phenomena that few would have thought possible-especially in the US.
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Computerized Maintenance Management System/Maintenance Software
The US is a hotbed for extreme weather activity, with the highest incidence of tornados of any region globally. In 2013, tornados caused an estimated $3.642 billion in property damage, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Protecting our critical infrastructure is vital, and this issue of Utility Products brings you two feature articles that discuss temperature monitoring and substation fencing to help make our critical infrastructure more secure.
If you were asked to pick the best, most successful college coach, who would you suggest? UCLA's legendary basketball coach John Wooden easily comes to mind, as does Alabama's football coach, Bear Bryant.
Keep up-to-date with the latest news and articles from some of the prominent utility product companies and resources.
AEP’s Meter Socket Jumper offers a safe and easy means of bypassing a meter socket. The Socket Jumper can be used with either Ringless or Ring style Meters.
AE Product’s Meter Socket Converter (CNV) converts various Meter Forms to fit the desired application. 14S, 15S or 16S Socket to accept 2S Meter. Optional features available.
AEP’s Service Disconnect Adapter disconnects customer load but maintains power to the electronic meter. The meter maintains reading and communications links for AMR/AMI operations while only disabling the load side.