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PMDT Provides Complete Solutions for Condition-Based Maintenance

"PMDT manufactures the world's most advanced Online Partial Discharge Test Equipment." 

PDetector

Intelligent Handheld Partial Discharge Detector

PDStar

Advanced Intelligent Handheld Partial DIscharge Detector with Thermal Imaging Camera

PDiagnostic

Portable Online Partial Discharge Diagnostic and Location System

PDiagnosticM

Portable Short-Term Online Partial Disharge Monitoring System

"The power industry's most advanced Online Partial Discharge test equipment and services."

Online Partial Discharge (OLPD) testing provides valuable information for condition-based asset management. Over 80% of power equipment failures and losses are attributed to insulation failures. Conventional tan delta, infrared, and DGA testing is very effective at discovering a portion of the problems which lead to failures. The remaining unexpected failures are the result of localized insulation defects which are not detected by tan delta measurements, they do not produce significant heat, and they do not produce dissolved gasses unless the defect is in oil. OLPD testing is the methodology of detecting and locating these common insulation problems. It can conveniently be performed online while the power system is energized and in service. OLPD testing time varies depending on the type of asset under inspection. OLPD tests can be  conducted on Transformers, both internally and externally, including the bushings, utilizing all types of sensors use by our equipment.  Additionally, every insulator and insulating material in any power apparatus, in the entire substation can quickly and conveniently be screened for PD. Every switch, lightning arrestor, PT, CT, SF6 breaker, cable termination and splice can all be tested in a short time. OLPD is the future of power testing and PMDT is the company dedicated to the manufacture of powerful, efficient test and diagnostic instruments, providing expert PD test services, and engineering support.  

In-Service Substation Testing and Inspection Solutions

PD          IR           1st Trip

 

  • IR Infrared Thermography find many defects in conductors which cause abnormal release of thermal energy.

  • PD Partial Discharge inspections identify insulation defects in solid or fluid dielectrics, surface tracking, corona, arcing, internal PD, voids, and floating electrodes. Partial discharges are very short and confined electrical discharges which give produce electromagnetic signals, induced electrical signals and, acoustic emissions which can be detected non-invasively. PD also causes thermal, physical and chemical changes in the insulating material. PD can also occur on a conductor such as a bus bar, or at the interface between insulation, semi-conductor, and conductors.

  • 1st Trip: Circuit breaker mechanism issues can be identified by measuring coil currents and operation times.

Our Products and Solutions

Monitoring

 

PMDT uses the latest technology for continuous online monitoring.

Detection

Our portable, handheld units allow for quick and efficient detection of PD.

Diagnostic

PMDT's Deep learning Algorithm can analyze signals and provide diagnostics in real time.

Location

PMDT utilizes various methods to accurately locate the source of PD signals.

 
 

Contact PMDT 

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+1 408 972 5588

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Headquarters - San Jose, CA

6840 Via Del Oro, Suite 150,

San Jose, CA 95119

Phone: +1 408 972 5588

Fax: +1 408 972 5678

Dallas Office

4201 Wingren Drive, Suite 104, Irving, TX 75062

Phone: +1 469 276 7070

Fax: +1 408 972 5678

Singapore Office

21 Bukit Batok Crescent, #06-70 WCEGA Tower, Singapore 658065

Phone: +65 6270 5578

Fax: +65 6273 5576

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PMDT Power Monitoring and Diagnostic Technology Ltd. 

"Solutions for Condition-Based Maintenance"

© 2020  Power Monitoring and Diagnostic Technology Ltd.

6840 Via del Oro, Suite 150, San Jose, CA 95119

+1 408 972 5588

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