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United States
  • Booth: 1939

Visit us for your switch automation, line sensor & RTU needs

Cleaveland/Price designs and builds motor operators and controllers for use on various manufacturers’ switches.  The controllers enable utilities to integrate overhead switches, underground switches, and padmounted switches into their SCADA system using a common control package.  Digital inputs that report the readiness of the controller are incorporated into the controller design and are the key to reliable switching.  The control package is compatible with any communications equipment to provide a low-risk switch automation solution.  We also design and manufacture highly accurate distribution and transmission line power quality monitors powered by line voltage. The monitors provide real-time fault detection.  Fault current value and direction are reported and fault waveforms provided through COMTRADE files.  Power efficient modular and single board compact RTUs are offered through our Reliatronics products.


Brands: Transmission Line Sensor,Distribution Line Sensor,PQ monitor,ADMO Padmount,PAD,Underground switch automation,UAD,UAD-V,Transmissionswitch,Distributionswitch,automation,Reliatronics,RTU3220

 Show Specials

  • (Dec 16, 2019)

    Visit Cleaveland/Price for our event:

    "Automation is Here

    Come join us for a Beer!"

    Booth #1939 at 3:00PM


  • Transmission LineScope
    Cleaveland Price has released a new class of high voltage line sensors for transmission power lines.

  • Cleaveland Price has released a new class of high voltage line sensors for transmission power lines. 

    LineScope® Line Sensors are a wireless sensor that provides real time three phase power monitoring for use on high voltage circuits up to 115kV.  It measures voltage and load current with 1% accuracy, captures over-current fault events and produces power quality calculations such as watts, VARs, power angle, power factor and THD.  Unlike other sensors, the LineScope® Line Sensor is a battery-free device powered from line voltage, which allows operation without a line current requirement and can be easily installed with a hot stick on an energized line.  The device is comprised of two pieces – a sensing head that connects directly to the power line and a wireless receiver at ground level.  The sensor data is available at the wireless receiver via DNP protocol for easy integration in to existing SCADA and smart grid systems.  With this new release of the transmission class wireless sensor, the LineScope® Line Sensor is now available for use on power lines from 4kV through 138kV.

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For questions regarding the DISTRIBUTECH conference program please contact:  
Debbi Wells, CMP
Conference  Manager
Direct: 918-832-9265

For questions regarding the DISTRIBUTECH exhibit services please contact your Exhibit Services Manager at:
Direct: 253-212-2735

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