TCM® Monitoring

– Predict, Prevent & Plan


Save time and money with scheduled repairs and avoid failures..

With TCM® Monitoring, you can quickly and easily identify faulted turbines in a timely manner. Timely alerts of turbine faults is critical for a condition monitoring system, equally important is the ability to get to the critical information that you need efficiently so you can determine what the next steps should be.

We take pride in offering you both a transparent and reliable service, where you are the first to know when there is a turbine fault. What makes our service so transparent is the fact that we share all turbine data with you while we are monitoring your turbines.  Alongside our monitoring service, you can utilize the OPC IEC or RESTful interfaces to extract TCM® turbine data for statistical analysis or post-data processing that will in return help you to improve your turbine’s performance and result in driving down levelized costs of electricity (LCOE).


Our TCM® Monitoring Service is certified by the DNV GL Certification of Condition Monitoring. The TCM® Monitoring Service complies with the requirements listed in the DNVGL-SE-0439 and is certified to do monitoring with the TCM® system.


At the end of the day, these are your wind turbines, so it’s in your best interest to know the condition of your assets.


Put your turbines in good hands..

  • Level III Vibration Analysts
  • Advanced post-processing techniques for determination of alarm route cause
  • Average TCM® system availability of 99.99%
  • Usage of masks, specialized alarm thresholds, which provide less risk for missing faults and bypassing uncertainties (i.e. wrong kinematics)
  • Reliable and affordable service with no lengthy contracts

Your needs, our service…

We offer three different monitoring service levels at Gram & Juhl, so you can choose a service that both meets your monitoring needs while also fitting into your budget. See the service levels that we offer.

Comprehensive, yet concise reports

Our reports are designed to give you a quick insight into the alarm severity and component degradation, helping you run a component to its full life without compromising the turbine’s performance and schedule for replacements accordingly.  We know how costly it can be to service your turbines, that’s why our recommended actions help you plan your service with minimal downtime.

Be involved in your TCM® Monitoring regime!

The TCM® customer portal is the gateway to your turbines with secured online access to turbine information. Through the online and user-friendly TCM® Customer Portal our monitoring clients are able to login and obtain information on turbine conditions, based on analysis and expert assessments according to the chosen TCM® Monitoring Service Level. Here our customers are able to get a fast and easy overview of the health indicator for each major component monitored. Further information from the TCM® Customer Portal could include events and status summaries, e-mail notifications, fault tracking, lists of recommended actions, and more . .

No two companies are the same – We offer 3 different condition monitoring levels, so that you can get the flexibility you need…

TCM® Monitoring Basic

TCM® Monitoring Basic is a service for utilities, turbine owners, and service providers. The TCM® systems in the wind turbine operates 24/7, and is monitored by the TCM® monitoring team, which will notify customers via email when necessary. The Basic service level also includes access to the TCM® Customer Portal. The service includes security and TCM® software updates.

TCM® Monitoring Pro

With TCM® Monitoring PRO you have unrestricted access to Historical Health indicators, log and event information through the user-friendly Customer Portal giving you a concise overview of the condition of your turbines.

TCM® Monitoring Pro+

TCM® Monitoring PRO+ adds a number of features to the PRO level such as assessment reports, recommended actions and events.

Read more about the TCM® Monitoring levels and the  TCM® Customer Portal in our product description or contact


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