Discover the advantages of Cable Management Optical System


In underground cables, the maintenance process is very limited, as the cross-link and earthing boxes are usually buried and the access to them is generally not easy. The currents flowing through the grounding system are undoubtedly clear indicators of the health of the entire cable system and the amplitude and phase of the current, giving a complete picture of the state of the cable system and the environment in which it is located, and allowing the engineer to make a useful comparison with what is expected according to the initial design.

By measuring the currents in the CAMOS system, it is possible to identify deviations from the installation in real time, or work on its data to improve the health of the installation by improving operations and extending the lifecycle of the cable.


Locating cable faults is a very complex task and once it happens, there is great economic damage to the electricity companies and their final customers. As these are underground installations, it becomes more complex to take measures to deduce where the fault has occurred and to be able to solve the problem in the shortest time of respond.

The CAMOS system has its own algorithms that, once the fault is produced, from the short circuit values of the installation, deduct in real time the minor section of the cable where the fault has occurred as well as an estimation of the distance where the fault is within that minor section. The fault can then be dealt with in the shortest possible time.


In mixed lines, where there are areas that work in air and areas that are underground, CAMOS provides a protection line difference that allows segregation in the part where it has occurred using a set of OCT located in the transit between lines.