The diversity and complexity of electricity loads are increasing. Therefore, it is most important to equip with a smart breaker for the protection of power supply and distribution equipment. Bank branches need to strengthen intelligent monitoring of low-voltage distribution networks. They also need to address the issue of safe electricity consumption. This article focuses on the use of smart breakers in the protection of bank. You will see details on the features and advantages of smart breakers in a bank.
What are the safety hazards of bank electricity use?
Outdated Protection Equipment
At present, the electricity system of bank business premises is still not connected to the network. Most of the banks mainly take the traditional protection measures, such as air breaker, fuse, leakage protection and timer. These can not realize remote control, real-time monitoring and management for the power systems.
Unstandard Load Design
The planning and design of loads are not uniform with the actual application. Equipment and personal safety can not be guaranteed. This results in the laying of the number of lines not being standardized. Part of the ground line is missing and other hidden problems may exist.
Irregular Operation and Maintenance Management
The lack of modern technical means to supervise the operation process makes it challenging to prevent unreasonable applications. Protection and load mismatch, load randomly added, and irregular tap leads are all hidden dangers that can cause a fire. Perennial disrepair, rodent infestation, and irregular use of electrical appliances are other hidden dangers.
Difficult Equipment Management
There are mainly random installations, disorderly placement, disorganized wiring and piecemeal wiring in the use of equipment. At the same time, non-24-hour equipment that has aged and is running 24 hours a day presents a fire safety hazard and lost its insulation. These scenarios can create a dangerous environment and should be addressed accordingly.
Security Risks for Electricity Loss and Waste
70% of electricity consumption in bank business premises belongs to business electricity consumption. Some electrical appliances, such as lighting, computers, air conditioners, drinking fountains, and LED screens, need to be pulled off after work. However, in the actual implementation, the staff may forget to turn them off, resulting in a large amount of energy waste. Meantime, there will be some large security fire hazards.
What are the Smart Breaker Functions?
If over-voltage and leakage happen, the smart breaker is capable of splitting to protect the electrical appliances. This feature of a smart breaker is extremely useful, as it can detect faults in an electricity supply and immediately shut off the power in order to prevent damage.
After the fault is removed, the smart breaker can automatically reclose, restoring the power supply to the equipment without the need for manual intervention. This helps to ensure the safety of any equipment connected to the electricity supply. Also, it can even save time and money by avoiding unnecessary repairs or replacements.
Circuit Alarm and Protection
The circuits are protected in case of over-voltage, overload, over-current, leakage and over-temperature. Users will receive notifications on smartphones about any warnings and alarms associated with accounts. The notifications will provide detailed information about the warning or alarm, including the type of alert, where and when it occurred, and any other relevant information. Users will also be able to see the status of the alert and take any necessary actions to resolve the issue.
After installing a smart breaker, the Tuya APP can be used to monitor and report the electrical parameters of the breaker in real time. This includes information such as current, voltage, power, and energy consumption, as well as the breaker's status. Users can query the energy consumption statistics of the equipment for the current day, month and year through the Tuya APP. The data collected can be used to improve energy efficiency and reduce costs. It’s easy for users to quickly develop energy-saving solutions.
Intelligent Parameter Setting
Users can use the Tuya APP to remotely set a variety of parameters for the equipment, such as maximum temperature settings, maximum voltage settings, and other safety thresholds. This allows users to customize their equipment to better suit their needs and preferences. Meanwhile, it ensures the safety and security of its equipment to protect circuits and electricity from damage or harm.
These devices are designed to detect and respond to a variety of electrical problems, such as short circuits and overloads. By providing multiple layers of protection, smart breakers help to ensure the safety of people and property in the vicinity of any electrical system.
Users can view real-time data of the electrical line through the cell phone APP. They can also view fault warning information and alarm log. It’s helpful to accurately locate the fault location of electrical equipment, and prevent electrical fires from the source. The APP can also be used to remotely control the breaker, allowing users to turn it on and off, adjust the current, and set up timers and schedules.
AT-ELE Smart breakers are able to collect energy-use data in real time and use it to manage the power distribution system of bank branches more efficiently. This data can be used to accurately monitor and control power consumption, identify areas of high energy use, and adjust the power grid accordingly to reduce energy costs and maximize efficiency.
AT-ELE Smart breakers can also be programmed to detect irregularities in the power system and take corrective action, such as shutting off or rerouting power to ensure that the system is running efficiently and safely. This technology can lead to significant cost savings and improved energy efficiency for banks and other businesses.
At the same time, it improves the electrical safety prevention ability of bank branches in all aspects. It also governs the technical and safety aspects of the use and management of electrical lines, such as the regulation of voltage levels, the prevention of power outages, and the avoidance of electrical hazards.