All of this leads to a hugely elevated level of risk of increasing grid faults and an unstable and fluctuating power quality. Without the extensive use of power quality measuring equipment in low-voltage systems, faults are detected too late. The consequences can be serious:
- Power supply failure
- Malfunctions and damage in the power grid
- Damage and malfunctions to customer installations
- More work for staff and higher cost outlays due to troubleshooting and repairs.