Grayhawk™ Overhead Line Fault Indicator

Meet Safegrid’s wireless fault passage indicator (FPI) Grayhawk™ designed to monitor overhead lines with high-frequency measuring for accurate and fast results.

Grayhawk™ fault passage indicator (FPI) for accurate voltage overhead line monitoring

Our wireless fault passage indicator (FPI) Grayhawk™ is used in overhead line monitoring.

It can be installed in 30 minutes or less without the need for any alterations or system shutdowns, ensuring that your operations can continue uninterrupted. With its highly accurate and reliable high-frequency measuring technology, Grayhawk™ can sense even minor disruptions with maximum accuracy and speed.

Our cloud-based monitoring and analytics system, GridGuardian™, works seamlessly with Grayhawk™ to form a powerful deep learning analytic system for fault prediction and preventive grid maintenance.

Grayhawk™ is already being used by utilities on three continents. Safegrid’s Intelligent Grid System™ is a stand-alone system that doesn’t require any downtime for installation and commissioning, making it easy and fast to install.

With Grayhawk™, Safegrid’s Intelligent Grid System™ can locate faults with unprecedented accuracy on a map in just seconds and generate heat maps of emerging faults based on 24/7/365 partial discharge monitoring.

Contact us today to learn more about Grayhawk™ and how it can help improve your grid performance.

"I can definitely recommend Safegrid. The system works great, and we are getting great value for our investment."
Jacob Barlow
Senior Project Engineer, Randolph EMC

Grayhawk™ - For Overhead Lines

Grayhawk™, the next-generation fault passage indicator (FPI) for overhead line networks. 

Measurements of all of our devices are based on high-frequency measuring. This technology can see faults not detected by traditional fault indication devices or network monitoring systems.

What does this mean? In short form: resulting in a way more accurate picture of your network. Faults can be detected instantly with no prolonged grid disruptions.