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Power utilities are under constant pressure to improve security of supply and reduce the amount of time customers are without electricity. Regulators demand improvements in performance whilst at the same time increased commercial competition drives the need for rapid return on investment.

Installing a system for remotely monitoring fault passage indicators provides an excellent return on investment whilst at the same time delivering improvements in two key performance figures:

1- Reduction in Customer Minutes Lost; CML / SAIDI figures

2- Reduction in Customer Interruptions; CI / SAIFI figures

SDF Al Afak unique approach to remote fault passage indicator monitoring offers utilities both a reduction in operational costs and a corresponding improvement in system performance, this indicator specially designed to Iraq system and weather, all design parameters were selected carefully to meet the country requirements, the operation temperature of this indicator is 85oC, the ingress Protection according to (IEC 60529) is IP68 , which means this indicator totally protected against dust, no ingress of dust could ingress inside this indicator, IP68 means: The equipment is suitable for continuous immersion in water under any conditions. However,  even if there is water can enter but only in such a manner that it produces no harmful effects.