Abstract

Air-insulated switchgear cabinets play a role in the protection and control of the modern power grid, and partial discharge (PD) switchgear is a long-term process in the non-normal operation of one of the situations; thus, condition monitoring of the switchgear is important. The air-insulated switchgear during PD enables the decomposition of air components, namely, O3 and NO. A set of experimental platforms was designed on the basis of the principle of ultraviolet differential optical absorption spectroscopy (UV-DOAS) to detect O3 and NO concentrations in air-insulated switchgear. Differential absorption algorithm and wavelet transform were used to extract effective absorption spectra; a linear relationship between O3 and NO concentrations and absorption spectrum data were established. O3 detection linearity was up to 0.9992 and the detection limit was at 3.76 ppm. NO detection linearity was up to 0.9990 and the detection limit was at 0.64 ppm. Results indicate that detection platform is suitable for detecting trace O3 and NO gases produced by PD of the air-insulated switchgear.

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