Power Quality Online Monitoring Subsystem for Transformer Substations of the Rai

Power Quality Online Monitoring Subsystem for Transformer Substations of the Rai

Overview

Customer Benefits ● Help the transformer substations without fault recorder devices solve problems, such as failure analysis, power quality online monitoring, harmonic monitoring, etc. ● Print field reports, waveform and other data related; and, facilitate the power quality analysis, assessment, management of transformer substations for users ● For the lines with serious pollution and affecting the safe operation of the power grid, it is also allowed to provide the trip protection according user settings, in addition to limit alarm ● All equipment centralized and installed inside the cabinet, solve problems, such as the unmanageability and misappropriation of scattered printing equipment and other network equipment, avoiding the unavailability of such equipment when necessary

Target Customers
Transformer substations with power directly supplied to enterprises, such as transformer substations with power supplied for high energy-consuming enterprises having seriously harmonic pollution and for those sensitive to power quality.

 
Customer Benefits

  • Help the transformer substations without fault recorder devices solve problems, such as failure analysis, power quality online monitoring, harmonic monitoring, etc.

  • Print field reports, waveform and other data related; and, facilitate the power quality analysis, assessment, management of transformer substations for users

  • For the lines with serious pollution and affecting the safe operation of the power grid, in addition to limit alarm, it is also allowed to provide the trip protection according user settings

  • All equipment centralized and installed inside the cabinet, solve problems, such as the unmanageability and misappropriation of scattered printing equipment and other network equipment, avoiding the unavailability of such equipment when necessary

 

Construction Contents

  • Determine the lines to be monitored, as well as the secondary voltage and current measurement.

  • Determine the installation location, color and opening direction of the cabinet on site.

  • Determine the number of power quality monitoring instruments according to that of the lines to be monitored.

  • Configure a switch for users having remote access requirements or more than one power quality monitoring instruments.
     

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