Our customers in electrical distribution maintenance can utilize the iNetti equipment maintenance system, which offers an easy and reliable way of taking care of the life cycle of electrical distribution equipment. It helps ensure the timely performance of periodic maintenance.
Avoiding disturbances in the electrical distribution system requires systematic and regular equipment maintenance. Preventive maintenance, periodic service and optimized replacement of equipment ensure trouble-free operation and minimize unplanned defects.
The electrical grid can contain thousands of pieces of equipment. Being able to easily find the up-to-date service and inspection data really streamlines the maintenance process. This ensures that periodic maintenance is carried out at the right time and that backup equipment can be found in case of a malfunction.
The iNetti equipment maintenance system is part of Insta’s maintenance service for electrical distribution equipment. It makes the service and maintenance of equipment easy.
The tracking of equipment service is made easier through QR codes that are linked in iNetti. The QR code replaces the conventional service label. Having a label with a QR code on a device makes it quicker to find the right piece of equipment in the system. The QR code leads to a page that contains the five previous and five future service tasks. A person with iNetti credentials can use the link to examine the detailed service history of the device. The service data is located on a dedicated, protected domain, which ensures the solution’s data security.
The first step in setting up iNetti is mapping out the electrical distribution equipment, which includes specifying the type and number of each device. After this, the equipment is defined in iNetti, e.g. by utilizing the electrical distribution systems’ main diagrams. Once the equipment has been defined, a preventive maintenance plan that matches the customer’s needs is prepared with the customer. The price for the maintenance service is determined by, among other things, the amount of equipment and number of software users.