SUB STATION automation is composed of several tasks.
Data acquisition refers to acquiring, or collecting, data. This data is collected in the form of measured analog current or voltage values or the open or closed status of contact points. Acquired data can be used locally within the device collecting it, sent to another device in a substation, or sent from the substation to one or several databases for use by operators, engineers, planners, and administration.
Computer processes and personnel supervise, or monitor, the conditions and status of the power system using this acquired data. Operators and engineers monitor the information remotely on computer displays and graphical wall displays or locally, at the device, on front-panel displays and laptop computers.
Control refers to sending command messages to a device to operate the I&C and power-system devices. Traditional supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems rely on operators to supervise the system and initiate commands from an operator console on the master computer. Field personnel can also control devices using front-panel push buttons or a laptop computer.
In addition, another task is power-system integration, which is the act of communicating data to, from, or among IEDs in the I&C system and remote users. Substation integration refers to combining data from the IED’s local to a substation so that there is a single point of contact in the substation for all of the I&C data.
Sub Station automation processes rely on data acquisition; Sub Station supervision and Sub Station control all working together in a coordinated automatic fashion. The commands are generated automatically and then transmitted in the same fashion as operator initiated commands.
EVIO PVT LTD SUCCESSFULLY COMMISSIONED 66KV SUBSTATION AUTOMATION & 3MVA EMERGENCY POWER STATION AUTOMATION AT GIFT CITY GANDHINAGAR, GUJARAT
Augmentation of 66KV at Gift City
- Siemens First Installation of Station Gateway in India
- Hot Redundant 410H Controller System for 66Kv Substation & 412H Controller for EPS system
- Around 100 IED’s (Relay) are communicating with SCADA using Station gateway on IEC61850 protocol.
- Different Voltage levels like 66KV, 33KV & 11KV. In 66KV 2 Line & 4 transformers are communicating with SCADA.
- All GIS & AIS Breakers with interlocks & signals are displayed on SCADA.
- Redundant WinCC Servers for OS
- All Servers, OS, PLC, & IED’s are synchronised with GPS Clock.
- Installation of B-Data server for Energy Reports.