A Fault Detection Device for Electrical Equipment

Research output: Patent


This utility model refers to a device for detecting faults in power equipment. When it is necessary to traverse complex terrain, the rotating component is rotated and the contact portion of the rotating component is engaged with a non-slip member, so that the non-slip member extends along a pop-up groove and partially protrudes from the surface. of a rolling surface. This allows the roller to contact the complex terrain through the anti-slip member, without direct contact between the rolling surface of the roller and the terrain. As a result, there is increased pressure between the power equipment fault detection device and the ground. Coming into contact with the ground through a non-slip member, it increases the traction force for better grip of the rollers. This makes it easier for electrical equipment fault detection devices that use a non-slip member to navigate complex terrain.
Translated title of the contributionUn dispositivo de detección de fallas para equipos eléctricos
Original languageEnglish (US)
Patent number202320183591.5
Priority date3/02/23
StatePublished - 4 Aug 2023

CACES Knowledge Areas

  • 317A Electricity and Energy

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Technological Readiness Level

  • TRL3: Preliminary testing of technology components has been initiated (technical feasibility)

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