SCOPE's authorised dealer High-Volt Technology participated at EPRE 2017 exhibition at stall no A- 2119.The Exhibition was organised from 6th -9th September at Jakarta International Expo, Indonesia.  Our Director, Mrs. Swati Kulkarni along with Mr Lavlak attended the exhibition stall. we had fairly good response from the visitors. Mr Cauwir of High-volt had erected a decent stall. Sharing with all of you few glimpses of exhibition. 



We thank you Indonesia for your overwhelming response. Looking forward for the various business opportunities in recent future. 


Adding another feather to the cap, SCOPE's Protection team commissions 132/33 kV S/s with Substation Automation System. We have supplied, installed and commissioned Control & Relay Panels along with SCADA at Varangaon S/s owned by Tapi Irrigation Development Corporation (TIDC) on 8th August, 2017. We completed this project through IVRCL. Varangaon is located 40km east to Jalogaon. 




This is fifth Sub-station we have commissioned along with SAS system. 

SCOPE always believed in giving back to society. Under the initiative took by our CEO Mr. Vivekanand Sindkar (Protection team) & guidance by our Board of Directors ; Mr Sanjay Kulkarni & Mrs. Swati Kulkarni, we distributed Computers, Books & Other material to 8 Primary School & 2 Nursery School in village Khatgun, Tal Khatav, Zilla Satara, Maharashtra. 


Khatgun has overall Population of not more than 3500 People, it is situated at around 252 Km from Mumbai, 40 Km from Satara.



Central Board of Irrigation & Power , popularly known as CBIP has organised the training for engineers from Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Limited (ESCOM) at their Centre of Excellence during the last week. SCOPE imparted training of 2 days on Transformer Testing & Circuit Breaker Testing. We had great interaction with the Engineers of ESCOM. 




We are thankful to CBIP for giving us the opportunity to transfer whatever knowledge we had gathered in past 30 years of operations in field of Transformer Testing & Circuit Breaker Testing. Two of our Leaders Mr Nilay Ray & Mr Rahul Ushire gave a wonderful presentation to the Engineers of ESCOM, Malawi. 

SCOPE has always been making efforts towards increasing its product range over past 30 years. Travelling Wave Fault Locator (TWFL) is also one amongst the bunch of products, it has. The main purpose of using TWFL is to detect fault location to the maximum level of possible accuracy. We are happy to announce that on June 11, 2017, SCOPE received its first order for TWFL from one of the most esteemed customer in Private Power Sector, Reliance Infrastructures, DAKC Koparkhairne, Mumbai. It will be used for two 220 kV lines, one from Versova to Boisar and the other from Versova to Dahanu, both of line length 120 kilometres. 

Our TWFL primarily consists of two units, namely, the ‘Traveling Wave Data Acquisition Unit’, XC-100, and ‘Master station’, XCF-2100. The Travelling Wave Data Acquisition Unit, XC 100E is capable of monitoring up to 8 lines, while the ‘Master Station Unit’ is capable of monitoring up to 256 Nos. of substations and up to 1000 lines.