The Neuron is an advanced monitoring device for high-voltage power lines that leverages multiple sensors and a patented system design.
Years of R&D and operations in some of the worlds harshest conditions have culminated in a device that is self-sustained, robust and maintenance free.
A single device that supports a wide range of use-cases, voltages and line diameters. The Neuron is designed to scale to projects of any size.
|0 - 550kV
|0 - 3000A
|16 - 60Hz
|1/4" - 1 1/2"
|-40 - 248ºF
Heimdall Cloud is our software for everything from real-time grid monitoring, forecasting and analysis to grid planning and asset health management. Easy to use straight out of the box.
Virtual Neurons are software-based sensors that can be quickly deployed to monitor grid capacity, by combining weather and asset data. Fully compliant with FERC Order 881.
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