Fault indicator (FI)

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Fault indicator (FI)

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Overview

Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create fault indicators for overhead and underground power lines that reduce the time needed to localize the fault in medium- and low-voltage transmission lines

Design requirements:

Next-generation fault indicators often require:

  • Power-optimized architectures for fault data capture and power quality analysis.
  • Energy harvesting at low-current levels and optimized battery management.
  • Low-power RF connectivity with minimal latency to transfer faults to a data collector.

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