Hot circuit detectors play a crucial role in safeguarding workers and preventing damage on mine sites. These systems are designed to protect various devices, with a primary focus on ensuring employee safety.
Hot circuit detectors serve to minimize downtime, prevent accidents, and safeguard motors from potential damage. The system is capable of monitoring mine motors for reverse sequence damage, as well as overseeing phase rotation indicators, loss of phase functionality, and more. Additionally, the system can monitor and trip circuits, and its self-powered design facilitates easy panel and coupler mounting.
A system for voltage indication and production monitoring ensures a constant form of oversight, effectively addressing contact problems and other issues associated with hot circuits.
This device provides comprehensive information on all phases, including those that may have been lost. It allows for the identification of missing phases and provides information on circuit trip-outs. The unit is available in either 480 VAC or 120 VAC, enabling easy detection at various levels. It can be configured for intermediate devices and voltage monitoring up to 38kV, including the necessary fuses as mandated by MSHA.
The environmental data available onboard is derived from indicators, reverse-sequence improvements, and solutions for tripping conditions. LED indicators provide sophisticated monitoring, complemented by temperature controls for storing and operating temperatures suitable for diverse mining situations.
These tools are indispensable for any business aiming to enhance safety or reduce downtime on mining sites. Hot circuit detectors offer uncompromised safety solutions, contributing to improved efficiency in your business operations.
This post was written by Justin Tidd, Director at Becker Mining Systems! For nearly a half a century, Becker Mining has been at the forefront of industry safety. Becker/SMC is the industry’s leader in increasingly more sophisticated electrical control systems. Most of the major innovations, design features and specialized electrical components have been developed by Becker/SMC.