EDSA's Paladin Real-time Arc Flash Advisor software provides an uninterrupted, 360 degree view of potential arc flash hazards

The Paladin Real-Time Arc Flash Advisor software program enables organizations to make up-to-date assessments of changing arc flash hazards. By maintaining an uninterrupted, 360 degree view of the facility and its potential arc flash hazards, the Paladin Real-Time Arc Flash Advisor is designed to provide detailed, updated advisories for site personnel regarding the appropriate safety procedures and protective gear recommended to work in a given vicinity. The Paladin Real-Time Arc Flash Advisor is a system for making real-time predictions about an arc flash event on an electrical system, comprising:

  • A data acquisition component communicatively connected to a sensor configured to acquire real-time data output from the electrical system
  • An analytics server communicatively connected to the data acquisition component
  • A virtual system modeling engine configured to generate predicted data output for the electrical system utilizing a virtual system model of the electrical system
  • An analytics engine configured to monitor the real-time data output and the predicted data output of the electrical system; the analytics engine further configured to initiate a calibration and synchronization operation to update the virtual system model when a difference between the real-time data output and the predicted data output exceeds a threshold
  • A decision engine configured to compare the real-time data output against the predicted data output to filter out and interpret indicia of electrical system health and performance
  • An arc flash simulation engine configured to analyze the virtual system model to forecast an aspect of the arc flash event
  • A client terminal communicatively connected to the analytics server and configured to communicate the forecasted aspect
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