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  1. 1. Automatic Meter Reading System Pak Elektron Ltd.
  2. 2. Contents1 PEL Electronic Meter Series Design Considerations for AMR2 System Implementation3 AMR System Implementation4 PEL’s AMR System5 Conclusions
  3. 3. HISTORYStart of Static Meter Production in 2004Complete Remote Meter Reading Capability for Industrial StaticEnergy Meters based on GPRSMeters Readable through IR & RF technologyPLC based Meters for AMR network are currently under SelfEvaluation Page 3
  4. 4. PEL Electronic Meter1 Series
  5. 5. PEL Electronic Meter Series Single Phase Meter For Residential or Small commercial Three Phase Industrial Applications MetersLT & HT Type CT/PT Connected Meters Meters for Industrial & Commercial Applications Three Phase Whole Current Meters For Residential and Commercial Applications
  6. 6. Main Features Anti- TamperingOperation Stability High AccuracyConformingto WPDA & IEC Long lifeStandards Smart Metering Capabilities PEL Electronic Meter Series
  7. 7. Three Phase Industrial Meter Series0.5s Multi-Function Meter A LT &HT CT/PT Operated Multi-function Meters B LT & HT Multi-Function Meters with FIR C Port for Reading through HHU LT & HT Multi-Function Meters with GSM/GPRS Connectivity D PEL Electronic Meter Series
  8. 8. Three Phase Whole Current PEL Electronic Meter Meter Series r Series e et M h kW e yp ic T as n t io B n c fu lti- Mu t R por it h FI o n w u ncti lti-F 3P Meter Mu Multi-Function with RF Comm. Multi-Function with PLC Modem
  9. 9. Single Phase Meter Series Basic kWh Meter Multi-tariff Meter with IR Port1Phase Meter kWh Meter with PLC Modem PEL Electronic Meter Series
  10. 10. Summary of Characteristics of Single Phase Static Meter Model Type PE1-6 Applicable Standard IEC standard, WAPDA & KESC specs. Type 1 Phase 2 Wire Class of Accuracy 1.0 Basic Current (Ib) A 10 A Maximum Current (Imax)A 40 A Over Load Capacity 400% of Ib Rated Voltage (Un) V 240V Rated Frequency 50 Hz, 60 Hz Communication PLC Single Wire Operation, Protection Anti Theft Features against theft using dimmer PEL Electronic Meter Series
  11. 11. Summary of Characteristics of Three Phase Whole Current & Industrial Meters Description Whole Current Meter L.T & H.T Type Meters Model Type PE3-D PE3-C, PE3-PApplicable Standard IEC, WAPDA & KESC IEC, WAPDA & KESC Type 3 Phase 4 Wire 3 Phase 4 Wire, 3 Phase 3 Wire Class of Accuracy 1.0 0.5s, 1.0Basic Current (Ib) A 10 A 5A Maximum Current 100 A 10 A (Imax)A Over Load Capacity 1000% of Ib 200% of In 3 x 230/400VRated Voltage (Un) V 3 x 230/400V 3 x 63.5/110V Rated Frequency 50 Hz, 60 Hz 50 Hz, 60 HzCommunication RF, PLC GSM/GPRS PEL Electronic Meter Series
  12. 12. Design Considerations for2 Automatic Meter Reading System Implementation
  13. 13. Key Drivers for the Implementation of Automatic Meter Reading Systems 1. Issues with Manual Meter Reading 2. Tamper & Theft Activities 3. Load Management & Control AMR Drivers 4.Power Quality AnalysisPower SystemManagement 5.Energy Consumption Abnormality 6. Non-Customized Services Design Considerations for AMR Implementation
  14. 14. 1. Manual Meter Reading 1 Man Power Cost 2 Human Metering Error 3 Real Time Monitoring is not Possible Design Considerations for AMR Implementation
  15. 15. 2.Tamper & Theft Activities 1 By-passing of Energy –(Kunda System) 2 Breaking of Meter Seal 3 Dimmer Effect, Neutral Breakage 4 Heavy Magnet Influence, Reverse connections Design Considerations for AMR Implementation
  16. 16. 3. Load Management & Control 1 Power supply shortage in the country 2 Unbalanced Power Consumption 3 Non-Efficient Management of load control Design Considerations for AMR Implementation
  17. 17. 4.Power Quality Analysis Present system is unable to perform analysis of power quality e.g. power factor analysis, power supply stability etc. Design Considerations for AMR Implementation
  18. 18. 5.Energy Consumption Abnormality Unable to report abnormal conditions instantly to prevent tamper activities. Design Considerations for AMR Implementation
  19. 19. 6.Non-Customized Services Multi-Tariff rate implementation , peak off-peak load 1 management is not easily possible. Data enquiry, customized report format , 2 calculation and data analysis is not available 2 Customer Satisfaction is Low 3 Design Considerations for AMR Implementation
  20. 20. AMR System3 Implementation
  21. 21. High Level Description of AMR System Real Time MonitoringData collection Billing Data & Communication Processing Theft Detection Data management & Analysis AMR System Implementation
  22. 22. Smart Meter Capabilities Meters should be able to Measure various Data Items in real time Able to freeze Data Hourly, Daily and Monthly Meter is Equipped with Communication PortsComm. with DCU for Collection of Metering Data AMR System Implementation
  23. 23. REAL TIME MONITORING Data Concentrator is “Always Online” Nation Wide Coverage of GPRS Network Main & Standby Front End Servers to Guarantee the Operational stability AMR System Implementation
  24. 24. Limitation of traditional Telecommunication Mode PSTN High Construction & High Construction & Operation Cost Operation Cost Low Transmission Low Transmission GSM Message (SMS) Speed Speed AMR System Implementation
  25. 25. Advantages of GPRS NetworkAlways Online &Timely ResponseIP protocol, Point toMulti-point Comm. Low Operational Cost Low Operational CostData Security Adopts APN networkLow Cost for GPRS Communication
  27. 27. Building of National Power Consumption Management Center Building of National Power objective of the project is to Consumption Management Center build a Nation Wide is required to handle the data from standardized integrated power different AMR systems consumption system with Building Power Management “Uniform Data Protocol, Center at the head office of PEPCO Uniform Service Procedures, Software and hardware installation Uniform software & Uniform for different DISCOs of PEPCO Application interfaces”. RECOMMENDED INFRASTRUCTURE FOR UTILITY FOR AMR IMPLEMENTATION
  28. 28. Consumption Management SystemOverall Nation Wide Title Power Consumption Data Sharing AnalysisUniform Management Balanced Poweron Load Control and Target Consumption Load distribution Provide Customized Theft Detection ServicesAutomatic Meter Data Reading RECOMMENDED INFRASTRUCTURE FOR UTILITY FOR AMR IMPLEMENTATION
  29. 29. PEL’s AMR4 System
  30. 30. Overall Concept of AMR System Architecture PEL’s AMR System
  31. 31. Application Network Concept PEL’s AMR System
  32. 32. Communication Network PEL’s AMR System
  33. 33. GPRS Based AMR System for Industrial Meters PEL’s AMR System
  34. 34. GPRS Based System PEL’s AMR System
  35. 35. Salient FeaturesRetrieval of Billing, Tampering Events, Program Information,Load Profile & Instantaneous conditions informationAlarm generation on tamperingContinuous monitoring of consumer LOADDirect integration with billing system of the utility if requiredAutomatic retrieval of billing data on pre defined schedules PEL’s AMR System
  36. 36. Practical Demonstration of the GPRS Based AMR System PEL’s AMR System
  37. 37. AMR SystemThree Phase Whole Current &Single Phase Static Meters PEL’s AMR System
  38. 38. AMR Architecture for Single Phase & Three Phase Energy Meters PEL’s AMR System
  39. 39. Salient FeaturesNo External Modem or Other HardwareLow Capital CostLow Running Cost- GPRS cost for DCUs OnlyData Concentrator : Collects & Stores data from meters usingPLCC and transmit it over the GPRS network to the HOSTSERVER STATION PEL’s AMR System
  40. 40. Infrastructure & Working of Complete AMR System PEL’s AMR System
  41. 41. Proposed Working of Complete AMR SystemData concentrator is installed on the transformer to collect data from ThreePhase Whole Current & Single Phase static meters through PLCC. This datais then transmitted to HOST SERVER STATION through GPRS networkIndustrial Meters directly transfer data over the GPRS network to the HOSTSERVER STATIONIndustrial meters are also installed on transformers to monitor energysupplied through each transformer. This energy is then compared with Sumof Energies of individual meters installed on the same transformer formonitoring of line losses and theft. PEL’s AMR System
  42. 42. Proposed Working of Complete AMR SystemHOST SEREVR STATION consist of FRONT END SERVER,DATABASE SERVER & WEB SERVERHOST SERVER STATION is Integrated to the Billing Systemof the UtilityCustomers can Directly Access their Billing Data using WEBSERVER PEL’s AMR System
  43. 43. 5 Conclusions
  44. 44. Implementing the system provides…. Real Time Monitoring of Metering Data Load control management/ Peak load shifting Estimation of Line Losses and identification of areas Incurring High Loss to the power system Real Time Tamper Detection Provides complete Data for Demand Side Management Higher Customer Satisfaction No Human Interference from Data Collection to Bill Generation PEL’s AMR System
  45. 45. 2010-2-16