Substation Automation Concept

Substation Automation Concept

Working Principle Of Substation Automation concept

  • However the information from these relays is limited to data from signal contacts included in the relays.
  • Separate transducer for voltage and currents can however be added to conventional relays.
  • Signals from the conventional relays can be hardwired to the numerical ones. By this arrangement both existing relays and new numerical relays can communicate via a com-mon fibre-optic bus. This makes the concept suitable for partial retrofit as well as com-pletely new installations.
  • The ABB Substation Automation concept has five corner stones.
  • Protection
  • Communication
  • Control
  • Monitoring
  • Tools
  • One of the main advantages of ABB Substa-tion Automation is that it may include build-ing blocks from various product ranges and generations. High performance and total quality are the major requirements for each building block.

Silent Feature Of Substation Automation concept

  • Protection for all applications
  • Control with flexible system functions
  • Communication with fibre optics
  • Self-supervision and diagnostic
  • Support of hardware and software
  • State of the art microprocessor technology
  • Distributed intelligence
  • User-friendly workplaces
  • High performance and availability
  • Step by step implementation possible
  • A total substation automation concept
  • User friendly software tools
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Advantages Of Substation Automation concept

  • Operation and supervision of HV equip-ment
  • Data presentation
  • Engineer’s support
  • System supervision
  • Remote control interfacing:
  • Adaptation for serial communication with control centres via various protocols
  • Automatic functions and control sequences:
  • Interlocking of switching devices within a bay and between bays
  • Synchro-check function
  • Tap-changer control for voltage regulation
  • Load transfer for parallel transformers
  • Switching sequences
  • Automatic power restoration
  • Load shedding
  • Autoreclosing
  • Control of reactive power

Typical SLD Substation Automation concept

Substation Automation concept

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