Ultrasound Ports From Exiscan: See More Safely™

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Ultrasound Ports allow workers to gather Ultrasound Data from energized equipment while keeping panels and doors closed, in compliance OSHA, NFPA 70E, CSA Z462 requirements. Closed-panel inspection through an Exiscan™ XU port is easier, safer, and far more efficient than opening enclosures.



Exiscan Ultrasound Port


Why Ultrasound Ports?

green bullet square Compliance: De-risk the task of ultrasound inspections by utilizing Ultrasound Ports as part of a Closed-Panel inspection strategy. The Exiscan™ Ultrasound Port is unique in it's design – instead of opening an energized electrical panel or door, or opening a large port, the XU series Ultrasound Port provides access to ultrasound data through a screw-sized port that can be safely located directly in front of the conductors that a technician would be interested in monitoring.
performed in compliance with standards like NFPA 70E and CSA Z462, without the need for elevated levels of PPE.


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Efficiency: Stop wasting time opening enclosures and complying with restrictive work tasks that require donning elevated levels of PPE. The time saved just peaking through a window will more than justify the minimal costs of installation.


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See Inside "Dangerous" Applications: Is dust beginning to collect on the conductors of your high-calorie switchgear or drive? That dust can lead to tracking and a breakdown in the insulation, leading, ultimately, to an arc event. Keep an eye on equipment that your recent incident energy analysis labeled "Dangerous" and can no longer be opened due to high calorie values.


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De-Risk Tasks: Open-panel inspections are, by their nature, high risk because they introduce a host of potential variables: stirring dust, agitating a conductor or misplaced tool, scaring a rodent, possibly dropping parts into the enclosure, etc. Visual Inspection Windows maintain an enclosed and guarded state (per the standards) and remove the high-risk work tasks, thereby reducing the risk associated with open-panel inspections. Facility managers can take comfort in knowing that the new closed-panel is de-risking their inspection process.


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