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Online Condition Monitor for Power Transformers Receives Positive Feedback

Online Condition Monitor for Power Transformers Receives Positive Feedback

The MHT410 prototype was recently installed in instrumentation valve at a Vantaan Energia site in Finland.

The all-new Vaisala MHT410 is a transmitter for utilities who want to mitigate the risks related to overload situations or equipment reaching the end of its lifespan. A 5-year-warranty proves the reliability.

The MHT410 prototype was recently installed in instrumentation valve at a Vantaan Energia site in Finland.

The initial feedback on the MHT410’s performance has been good. "We can react to issues in the early phase of their development – before they even become faults – and through that minimize costs caused by production interruption. We can even protect the transformer from severe faults.” said Mikko Piironen, Maintenance Engineer at Vantaan Energy Electricity Networks Ltd.

The MHT410 Transmitter has been released to normal production. The full capacity has been achieved and we have maturity to produce the MHT410 as one of our standard products.

The MHT410 has the following delivery classes:

1-6 units, 2 weeks

7-12 units, 4 weeks.

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