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Original Article
Power system fault detection and notification with Wi-Fi
In this study, a prototype model was designed and implemented for power system failure. A mobile application was developed for notification of faults that may occur in power systems. The line current data was transmitted with Wi-Fi via module on mobile application and so negative impacts of the production sector was eliminated and the ordinary flow of life by minimizing the duration of power outages due to technical failures were prevented. By measuring the current in the prototype, it was possible to determine a short circuit situation, and to warn the operator with the mobile application on the mobile phone, and then to quickly dispatch them to the defective area. Protection in the power system is carried out more healthily with instant data flow with the mobile application

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Volume 1, Issue 1, 2023
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