June 27, 2020 @ 2:03 AM South Bay Area experienced a voltage sag.

On Saturday 6/27/2020 2:03 AM the South Bay area experienced a  voltage sag throughout the region.  Grid voltage sagged to 78% for 12.96 cycles, about 1/10 of a second.  This incident was captured by Recipe Analytics.

Figure 1 Voltage
Figure 2 Current

Customers reported no impact from this power quality event only on Customers reported impact from this power quality event only on their sensitive loads and equipment.  Root cause has not been determined.

APT provides solutions to identify failures like this as they happen and notify the people who need to know faster and with better information – reducing or avoiding impact.

A Power Quality Event (PQ Event) can occur when for many reasons. Is your facility capable of knowing when this type of event has occurred?Did this event impact your facility?

Being prepared with the addition of Power Quality Meters and an Electrical Power Monitoring System (EPMS) will allow your facility to see the unseen. 

The ability to see the effects and reactions your facility has a Power Quality event will give your team control of the unseen.

Incidents like this can have impacts upon your facilities production and impact the bottom line. 

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