The Qualitrol DGA-LT1 is a cost effective wireless transformer monitor specifically designed for monitoring failure and safety risks on distribution pad mount transformers. The DGA-LT1 automatically measures dissolved hydrogen concentration, moisture concentration and temperature of dielectric insulating oil. The monitor takes only minutes to install and requires no costly power or communications cables. Data is securely stored and analyzed on the QualConnex platform to provide alert notifications on high concentrations or high rate of increasing concentrations. The DGA-LT1 brings a cost-effective means to reduce site safety risks and prevent costs associated with unplanned outages due to failures. The DGA LT1 leverages the QGateway RF to TCP/IP for encrypted and highly secure data transfer.
- Secure wireless dissolved gas analyzer
- Measures hydrogen concentration, moisture, and temperature of dielectric insulating oil
- Requires no power supply or communications cables
- Responds only to Hydrogen with no cross interference or composite measurements.
- Hardware is fully warrantied and provided on an annual lease with access to the monitoring platforms
- QualConnex analytics platform provides automated alarms, automated monthly reporting, and interactive trending functions.
- Dozens of DGA-LT1 monitors can transfer data wirelessly through each QGateway.
- Training on product operations and installation
- Installation support
- QualConnex setup support (i.e entering transformer nameplate information)
The Qualitrol DGA-LT1 was specifically designed as a cost-effective solution for monitoring distribution pad mount transformers located in wind farms, solar farms, industrial sites and across distribution grids. The accumulation of Hydrogen gas and moisture in transformer oil is a clear indicator of incipient transformer faults. The DGA-LT1 automatically measures dissolved hydrogen concentration, moisture concentration and temperature of dielectric insulating oil to provide operators of potential safety risks and transformer faults.