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High thermal event system communication solutions
Eaton's High Thermal Event System (HTES), minimizes vault fire damage by drawing inputs from various heat sensors in the vault and using this data to make intelligent decisions to trip and isolate equipment involved in the thermal event.
Equipped with emergency shut-off switch for maintenance personnel safety
Easy plug-and-play setup
HMI touchscreen display
Ease of use and control
With features such as autonomous control and monitoring, an easy plug-and-play setup and a HMI touchscreen display, the HTES offers immediate vault monitoring. Eaton can set it up for you or you can install it yourself with ease.
In the event of a vault fire, Eaton’s HTES is able to draw input from various heat sensors and uses the data to trip and isolate equipment involved in the thermal event, reducing the likelihood of transformer failure, network protector fire or vault fires.
Reduce network equipment damage
Eaton’s HTES protects the host structure from additional damage as well as non-affected electrical equipment from being damaged by isolating the equipment involved in the high thermal event.
Seamless integration with Eaton’s HMI and VaultGard systems
This brochure describes how Eaton's high thermal event system (HTES) minimizes vault fire damage by drawing inputs from various heat sensors in the vault and using the data to trip and isolate equipment involved in the thermal event.
This catalog provides features and specifications for Eaton's high thermal event system (HTES) which helps reduce vault equipment damage in electrical vaults for utility, industrial, commercial and institutional facilities from fires or electrical equipment failures that may occur.
Eaton’s mission is to improve the quality of life and the environment through the use of power management technologies and services. We provide sustainable solutions that help our customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power – more safely, more efficiently and more reliably. Eaton’s 2019 revenues were $21.4 billion, and we sell products to customers in more than 175 countries. We have approximately 97,000 employees.