The latest version of PQView 4 was released on Thursday, June 11, 2020, and is available for download here. Some of the highlights we are most excited to share include: General Enhancements The PQDMS now utilizes the default locale preferences for language selection and number, date, and time formatting Improved real-time status messaging New read-only […]
Electrotek Concepts, Inc. is excited to unveil a project we have been working on for several weeks: this very website! Our team comprehensively overhauled our online presentation of who we are and what we do with the needs of the customer at the forefront of our minds, resulting in greater ease of navigation and accessibility […]
Electrotek has released a patch for PQView 4.14 in order to address a bug that impacted a small number of our customers. This patch also includes some new features. The latest version of PQView is available for download at: pqview.com/download-pqview4/ PQView 4.14.01 highlights: There have been various improvements to fault location, including greater overall accuracy […]
To Our Customers, Electrotek is closely monitoring current events as they relate to the COVID-19 outbreak. The health and safety of our employees and customers are of the utmost importance to us, and we are closely adhering to all state and federal guidelines. To that end, we would like to inform you of the following: […]
PQView 4.14 has been released and is available for download at: pqview.com/download-pqview4/ Read on for some of the highlights! SATEC Monitor Support Added PQView Version 4.14 adds the SATEC Power Quality Monitor handler. The handler integrates the following devices into PQView 4: PM174 PM175 PM180 EM920 BFM-II SATEC devices are integrated as PQDMS Monitors fully […]
The PQView User Group Meeting was held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on 2018 November 1-2. The meeting was attended by 22 people from Canada and the United States. Presentations are available online.
PQView and FaultPoint were featured in a recent article in T&D World Magazine entitled “Power Quality Monitoring Provides Additional Value“. It was cowritten by Mark Wojdan of Hydro Ottawa and Daniel Sabin of Electrotek Concepts. It describes how Hydro Ottawa’s central power quality program improves asset reliability while generally lowering operating and maintenance expenses.
The PQView User Group Meeting was held in Ljubljana, Slovenia on 17-19 May 2018. The meeting was attended by 20 people from Croatia, Germany, Slovenia, and the United States. Presentations are available online.
The December 2017 PQView Users Group newsletter is available for download. It has the following stories: PQView 3.84 Released Illuminating PQ Problems with Industrial LED Lighting PQView 4 Licensing Functionality PQView Shows Increased Solar Activity at End of Solar Cycle 24 Kevin Kittredge Elected a Senior Member of IEEE Highlights of PQWeb 4.04 Recap of […]