Another step forward in network digitalization, ARGO is a portable device that detects faults and anomalies and monitors LV networks. It is a dedicated troubleshooting instrument that enables speedy, effective interventions and improved quality of service.
ARGO can be installed on secondary substation feeders to check current load profiles, phase load imbalances and current peaks, and to analyze the causes of line switch openings (e.g., overloads or short circuits).
Its small size makes it easy to install at all LV network points and in all types of street cabinets. It is managed by an app that collects data on faults, carries out LV current analyses and comparisons, and monitors current curves for load analysis at any point on the network.