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Poseidon Systems Deploys Wear Debris CMS Solution on over 400 Wind Turbines, Across 10 Sites

Wednesday, 23 June 2021 08:00 AM

ROCHESTER, NY / ACCESSWIRE / June 23, 2021 / Poseidon Systems is excited to announce deployment of Poseidon's DM4500, the industry's leading wear debris condition monitoring solution, across 10 sites within the Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions wind turbine fleet. These sites comprise of Siemens Gamesa, Suzlon, Nordex, and GE wind turbines, 402 in total.

'We appreciate Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions' forward thinking and innovation integrating wear debris CMS into their already existing vibration-based CMS monitoring program,' says Mark Redding, CEO and Founder of Poseidon Systems. 'Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions is a first-class operator of wind and solar assets in the US. The team is phenomenal to work with and their team did a great job installing and integrating the systems.'

Poseidon's wear debris monitoring is being deployed alongside Duke's already existing vibration-based CMS to provide earlier detection gearbox faults, better fault severity and end-of-life indicators, and catastrophic event detection to reduce the risk of more expensive gearbox replacements.

'The addition of the Poseidon Wear Debris Monitor Device to our toolbox will greatly improve our ability to understand the current condition or status of our gearboxes. This device coupled with vibration and lubrication analyses will allow the team to provide more specific recommendations to extend gearbox life. Being able to predict future gearbox events and plan repairs or replacements prior to catastrophic failure will result in cost savings to the business unit,' says Jeffrey Wehner, Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions' Vice President of Operations.

With this order, Poseidon Systems projects to have 10,000 wind turbine condition monitoring kits installed by end of 2021; covering GE, Vestas, Siemens Gamesa, Nordex, Suzlon, MHI, etc. More importantly, this fleet covers a majority of wind turbine gearbox manufacture make and models.

Using data from the Poseidon Systems' installed base, Poseidon will continue to work with Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions and other wind customers to develop more advanced detection alarms and life extension algorithms. This development has extended to recent integration of journal bearings on wind turbine gearboxes, utilizing the DM4500's superior detection range of non-Ferrous materials for earlier and more confident detection of emerging faults.


Poseidon Systems, LLC is a leader in Industrial IoT fluid solutions, designing and manufacturing best-in-class oil sensors. Through Poseidon Live (PSL), cloud-based online monitoring software, Poseidon Systems is helping customers detect asset failures at the earliest possible point in time and prevent failures through identification of root causes before failure occurs. Through the world's most advanced oil quality sensor, operators are able to track fluid quality and estimate RUL, saving millions in oil consumption and waste. Learn more at

About Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions

Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions is a nonregulated commercial brand of Duke Energy (DUK) - a Fortune 150 company and one of the largest energy holding companies in the U.S. - headquartered in Charlotte, N.C.

Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions is a leader in sustainable energy, helping large enterprises reduce power costs, lower emissions, and increase resiliency. The team provides wind, solar, resilient backup power, and managed energy services to over 1,000 projects across the U.S., with a total electric capacity of more than 5,100 megawatts of nonregulated renewable energy. Visit Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions and follow on LinkedIn and YouTube for more information.

Media Relations Contact:

Stephen Steen
VP of Industrial IoT
Poseidon Systems, LLC
Telephone: 419-509-9857
Email: [email protected]

SOURCE: Poseidon Systems LLC

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