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SCADA packages for Power Distribution Utilities

  1. 1. SCADA solutions forPower Distribution Utilities By: Chanmeet Singh Syal
  2. 2. ELEMENTS OF SCADAElements of a SCADA system  Sensors and actuators  RTUs/PLCs/FRTUs/FPIs  Communication  MTU  Front End Processor  SCADA server  Historical/Redundant/Safety Server  HMI computer  HMI software 2
  3. 3. LEVELS OF SCADA• Corporate LAN/WAN • Devices• Graphic User Interface • RTUs /• Software Platforms PLCs/FRTUs/FPIs• World Wide Web• Virtual Private Network • Sensors• Firewall for remote users Level IV - Level I – Field Enterprise Level III – SCADA Level II – / MTU Telecommunication• Operator Workstations • Fiber• Control • Radio• Engineering Workstations• Servers – Data logging • Telephone leased line • GSM/CDMA 3 Protocols
  4. 4. SCADA/EMS Includes transmission networks that traditionally have a high level of automation and control Focused on generation and transmission facilities due to emphasis on system stability and coordination with ISO/RTOs All advanced applications cater to transmission model Outages typically impact a large area Transmission operators are removed from Distribution System operations
  5. 5. SCADA/DMS Includes a distribution network that will have a high level automation and control Basic and advanced applications that cater to the distribution system Distribution operational systems impact to transmission operations Main focus on fault/outage management due to consumer pressures Integration to other infrastructure technology such as smart meters and DA field devices
  6. 6. SCADA packages utilized at various levels of power sector:
  8. 8. The list of software packages & distribution companies included in the study is given in the table: S.No. Software Package Company providing solution Country/ Distribution Company 1 iPower for iFix GE New Zealand/PowerNet 2 Spectrum Power Siemens Austria/KelagNetzGmbh 3 Oasys SCADA,DMS,OMS Televant (schneider electric) Rome,Italy/Enel 4 Network Manager ABB South Africa/ESKOM SCADA/DMS 5 DMS Ventyx (now ABB) USA/CPS Energy India/Reliance Infra 6 Survalent Survalent Technologies Georgia US/Flint energy 7 LYNX GillamFei Geneva/SIG Metz/UEM 8 e-terra distribution Alstom NetherLands/Stedin, 9 ClearSCADA Schneider Electric North Carolina,USA/French Broad Electric 10 Realflex 6.5 SCADA/DMS Realflex US/Mexico 11 DF9000 SCADA/DMS Dongfang-china(DFE) China/Beijing Power Bureau 12 PRISM Efacec ACS Arizona/Pheonix city ED3
  9. 9. iPower with iFIX, GEiFix has amazing Power & Distribution applications, for instance:Drivers: more than 200+ drivers(DNP3, IEC61850, OPC, Modbus/RTU/ASCII/TCP, Enron Modbusetc.)Apps: There are specialized Power & Distribution iFix versionsknown iPowerHistorical: Proficy IFIX is capable to retrieve data at 100ms andstore offline data at 1ms with Timestamp (commonly found inremote terminal units in distribution apps).
  10. 10. SPECTRUM POWER SIEMENS Sinaut (Siemens Network Automation) Spectrum(Applications Spectrum), is a Distributed Control System, where each application does a specific function. UI or MMI: Display and Logging, this is the Human Machine Interface. DAS/TIF: Data Acquisition System, is the Front End Processor or interface between the SCADA System and the RTUs or PLCs remotes. SDM/ADM: Source Data Management, this includes the DBA and the management of data base static and Operational. RTC/COMM: The real time Communicators are servers to manipulate the data base in real time (alarms, colouring, commands, etc) and is the system buffer. DBA: Data Base Administrator and HFD (historical and future data). Expert System: Application Programming Interface. NA: Network Analysis, application for analysis in the Power Network (short circuit, State Estimator, Dispatch Power Flow, etc). DTS: Dispatcher Training Simulator. Demand Side Management: Optimization.
  11. 11. SYSTEM ARCHITECTUREINTEGRATION OF UTILITY INFORMATION SYSTEMS Corporate Informatio Other n Distribution Control Centers Automation Load Spectrum GIS Management Power 4 Work Order Trouble Call Management Real Time Data
  12. 12. FULL BLOWN SCADA/EMS/DMS CONFIGURATION Display Wall Operator Console Operator Console communication with other Remote control centers Console (ICCP, ELCOM) Multimedia User User Expert Communica- Terminal Interface Interface System tion (X-Client) ... Applications Spare Redundancy UI UI XPS CA LAN-SegmentsDispatcher Source Data Tele-control SCADA Network Power & Distribution Training Management Interface Functions Applications Scheduling ManagementSimulator SDM Applications System Firewall/ Archives HIS Bridge Administratio DTS n ADM TCI SCADA NA FA, PA, SA DMS Office LAN Enterprise PC PC PC to/from RTU´s Integration Bus Remote / Mobile EIB Web-access Network Management External WAN Workstation Planning Console Database Wireless Possible additional components Redundant components Alarming (hot-standby-redundancy)
  13. 13. OPERATION APPLICATIONS Outage Life Cycle Fault Detection & Outage Record Fault Location Creation Crew AssignmentReports Generation Fault Isolation OMS Database Outage Record Archiving Fault Repair Outage Record Service Restoration Closing
  15. 15. LYNX, GILLAM FEI
  16. 16. LYNX DMS/EMS FEATURES Load flow calculation, Loss minimization via feeder reconfiguration, Load Balancing, Simulator with offline environment Outage Management ( with statistics like number of de-energized customer, average outage time per customer) FDIR (Fault detection, Localisation, Isolation and Restoration), State Estimator
  17. 17. E TERRA BY ALSTOM e-terra distribution Integrated Distribution Management System (IDMS) combines multiple applications into a single, integrated application environment. This gives an increased visibility of the system and provides with more actionable information The additional applications that can be included in an e-terra distribution solution are: ● Network Outage Management – analyze, visualize, track and coordinate all outages ● Network Analysis –unbalanced distribution power flow, protection validation and fault location ● Network Optimizer – feeder reconfiguration, system restoration and Volt/Var optimization tools ● Network Switching Operations – creation of Switching Orders and Safety Documents for planned and unplanned outages ● Network Simulator – operator/dispatcher training and performance testing ● Network Operations Archive – historical data recording
  18. 18. SURVALENTBY SURVALENT TECHNOLOGIES With the following reliable solutions, utilities transform data into actionable intelligence with Survalent: Smart SCADA: Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Smart OMS: Outage Management System (OMS) Smart DMS: Distribution Management Systems (DMS) Smart DA: Distribution Automation (DA) Smart DS: Demand Response (DR) Smart SA: Substation Automation (SA) SurvCentral: Mobile Applications
  19. 19. CLEARSCADABY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC ClearSCADA is a natural fit for substation automation or power applications. It includes a suite of protocol drivers such as MODBUS, DNP3 and IEC870 which are commonly used in these applications. ClearSCADA’s redundancy options including hot backup servers, DMZ Server, redundant LAN/WAN links and redundant communication channels to field devices such as IEDs, etc. meets the challenge. Key Benefits Industry standard protocol drivers such as MODBUS, DNP3 & IEC60870 Lower TCO; object based SCADA for rapid deployment Key Capabilities Integrated HMI and SCADA functionality Built-in historian, reporting and alarm management Built-in Web server with concurrent licensing
  20. 20. REALFLEX SOFTWARE Main Features: True real-time SCADA software Photon Runtime HMI on QNX6 FlexView HMI on Microsoft Windows Fast Hot Standby configuration Support for latest hardware High Performance for large databases Millisecond Timestamp Real-time, Historical, Alarms and Event Calculation & CSL Script Language Additional FlexWin clients—FlexBase, Flex-Web, FlexOPC, RFLink Extensive range of standard protocols support Hardware Requirements: Intel® Atom™ or Pentium-based computer or equivalent From 64 Mbytes memory 120 MByte hard disk space (size determined by size of database/historicals) CD-ROM 1 or more USB port(s) Software Requirements: RealFlex 6 server requires a copy of QNX 6.x Runtime Operating System which includes the Core OS, Networking, Photon and File System.
  21. 21. DF8000 SCADA/EMS/DMS DF8000 SCADA/DMS system is an intelligent distribution system which consists of SCADA, FMSR, GIS, GPS break down van service, PSMS, 95588 customer care system, etc. based on IEC61970 and IEC61968 standard. SCADA/DMS system adopts advanced visual technology to display all the intelligent device status including distributed solar energy, electro mobile charge monitoring and meter based on uniform platform to integrate . System Highlight Advanced information interaction of distribution network. Automatic Diagram Generation. Visualization technology Easy and seamless data exchange via IEC61970/IEC61968 High integration of CCTV Interaction between business and client Surveillance in distributed solar Energy Kinds of intelligent Meter Integration Outage Management Data Exchange between SCADA and GIS
  22. 22. PRISM (SCADA,DMS,OMS)BY EFACECACS, ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEM SCADA Components: • Linux®/Windows® Graphical User Interface • Knowledge–based Alarm Processing • PRISM Play BackTM • Real-time & Historical Trending System • Historical/Archival Data Model • PRISMTM Communications Interface • Application Programming Interface • Short Term Load Forecasting • DNPnet (DNP/IP communications) • ePRISM Browser-based Interface
  23. 23. Advanced Distribution Management solutions form Efacec ACS include: Analysis • Load Estimation • Distribution Power Flow • Short Circuit Analysis • Optimal Capacitor Placement • Optimal Switching • Outage Scheduler • Protection Coordination • Switch Order Creation • Switching Order Management • Disturbance Analysis • Load Forecasting • Load Management • Topology Processor • Real–time red line • ReShape Schematic Generator Automation • Fault Detection, Isolation and Restoration • Capacitor Bank Control • Automatic Voltage Control • Integrated Voltage/VAR Control ACS’ PRISM Real-time Outage Management applications include: • Interactive Voice Response (IVR) • Call Management • Trouble Call Prediction/Analysis • Ticket Management • Crew Management • Interactive Crew Callout • Work Process Management • Performance Indices Calculation
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