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    Hangzhou Lvan Smart Grid Tech Applies for Patent on Smart Power Grid Fault Real-Time Monitoring and Positioning System


    May 5, 2022 - Electrical Patent News

     

      Beijing, May 5 -- Hangzhou Lvan Smart Grid Tech has applied for Chinese patent for smart power grid fault real-time monitoring and positioning system. Ye Min developed it.

      The patent application number is CN201911185338 20191127. The patent publication number is CN112858834 (A). International Patent Classification codes are G01J5/00 and G01R31/08. Cooperative Patent Classification codes are G01J5/0096 (CN), G01R31/086 (CN) and Y04S10/52 (EP).

      The abstract of the patent published by the State Intellectual Property Office of China states: "A smart grid fault real-time monitoring and positioning system disclosed by the present invention comprises a central control module, the central control module comprises an information receiving module, an information processing module, an information sending module and a storage module, the access end of the central control module is connected with a monitoring module, the monitoring module comprises a positioning module and a node module, the connection end of the monitoring module is connected with a temperature module and an infrared module, the access end of the central control module is connected with an alarm module which is arranged in parallel with the temperature module and the infrared module, the connection end of the central control module is connected with a scheduling module, the connection end of the scheduling module is connected with an operation module, and the connection end of the operation module is connected with a feedback module, so that under the combined action of all the modules, interval points of power grid faults can be found in time, coordination of human hands for timely processing is facilitated, smart judgment in real time, timely positioning of the fault points and alarm giving are achieved, and the operation and maintenance efficiency of a power grid are further improved."

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