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United Kingdom

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    Rapid troubleshooting for power quality anomalies(02/04/2012)

    Power quality problems are notoriously difficult to troubleshoot, as they often occur intermittently and may be result of a wide range of causes. Fortunately, there are instruments available that can help. A power analyser from Outram Research, for example, has helped a major US power utility to resolve a power quality problem for a residential customer quickly and with minimal effort.

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    Outram Research and ScottishPower collaborate on fault current measurement project(27/07/2011)

    Outram Research is conducting a research project with ScottishPower (Energy Networks) that aims to provide new insights into the characteristics of the electricity supply grid, enabling more accurate planning of capacity and upgrades. The research project uses a new technique developed by Outram to measure fault current, the maximum current that can flow in the event of a fault.

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    Analyser makes on-site power loss detection so much easier for PQE(01/05/2009)

    Data logger manufacturer, Outram Research has “revolutionised” the way in which global power-loss trouble-shooter, PQE takes on-site measurements, enabling its commercial and industrial customers to reduce their energy costs by identifying power losses in their electricity supplies

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