Renewable NRG Systems Redesigns Condition Monitoring System

Posted by NAW Staff on July 27, 2015 No Comments

The TurbinePhD wind turbine condition monitoring system (CMS) from Renewable NRG Systems has been redesigned.

According to Renewable NRG Systems, TurbinePhD's automated analysis classifies the health of all turbine drivetrain components, so users do not have to be vibration experts to get actionable information. Improved alert management allows users to handle all alerts in one place and track who acknowledges and clears issues. Charts and data can be exported for deeper analysis, the company notes.

TurbinePhD is the only CMS in the wind industry that is engineered for use by wind plant operators at multiple levels of their organizations, from technicians to data analysts.

The TurbinePhD user interface is completely Web-based, so users can access all of their turbine health data anywhere with an Internet connection. The fleet view allows operators to assess the health of all wind farms at a glance, and graphical health alerts clearly highlight wind farms that need attention. At the wind farm level, users can see which turbines have new alerts or view and download charts of the most critical faults on the farm.

TurbinePhD is backed by the company's two-year warranty.

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