Command and Control Systems

  • Complete substations automation.
  • System Architecture basis:
    • Centralized control by one PLC and I/O slave modules.
    • Distributed control by PLC’s subset control.
    • PLC protection functions and control integration.
  • Full safe operation for both staff and equipment.
  • High reliability and availability.
  • Modularity. Easy to expand.
  • Low maintenance.

Local Command Posts and SCADA Systems

  • Local and remote control monitoring systems.
  • Graphical representation of different parts of the installation with status reports.
  • HMI (Human-Machine Interface) devices in operation panels.
  • Display of:
    • Status of the equipment.
    • Alarms.
    • Events, both historical and real time.
    • Analog measurements.
    • Maneuver counters.
    • Protection parameters setting.
  • Integration of maintenance applications.
  • Reporting.

Central Control Post

  • Integration of the different control devices in power facility, allowing remote management and control.
  • Alarm and operation management.
  • Modular architecture for eventual network extensions.
  • Optical fiber network and cable transmission system.
  • Redundant communication system capability.
  • Easy maintenance.

Energy Management System

The energy management system allows the management and visualization of the measurements recorded by different energy analyzers allocated in different substations.

It is divided into two modules, which are:

  • Analyzers: Shows the detail of each of the analyzers, located in a substation.
  • Reports: Obtains and displays the values recorded by all or by chosen analyzers, in a substation.

Energy Efficiency Studies and Projects

Energy Efficiency Studies and Projects

Energy Measuring System: Simulation Process

 Energy Measuring System: Simulation Process