Temperature monitoring of metal oxide surge arresters
Chrzan, K L (Wroclaw University of Technology) ; Hinrichsen, V. (Siemens AG, Berlin)
Abstract: Varistor overtemperature above the ambient is an important state parameter of metal oxide surge arresters. The temperature monitoring using passive SAW sensors enables realisation of a surge counter function, an energy monitor, monitoring of electrical ageing and pollution stress. For temperature measurements during pollution tests of metal oxide arresters the not so advanced, TINY TALK sensors could be used. This method of temperature measurement was also applied in the field for temperature control of arresters tested at the pollution station near Głogów, Poland. The preliminary results during the first year of monitoring are presented and compared with results of similar measurements conducted in Germany close to the seacoast.
Keyword(s): Surface acoustic wave sensors ; TINY TALK loggers
Note: International Conference on Advances in Processing,Testing and Application of Dielectric Materials APTADM, Wroclaw 2001, paper 46
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