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Power Systems Automation 1/64 Version 2.2 2008-03-06 Distributed Platform for Supervision, Control and Protection Technology that moves the world

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CLP 500 (EN)CLP 500 featuring RTU Functions
CLP 500 featuring Command, Control and Protection Functions
CLP 500 featuring Substation Automation Functions
CLP 500 featuring Auxiliary Services Automation Functions
CLP 500 featuring Power Plant Group Automation Functions
CLP 500 featuring Local Tele-regulation Functions
CLP 500 featuring Front-end Processor Functions
CLP 500 featuring Traction Power Substations and Catenary
Automation Functions
Since 1985 in the Substation and Power Plant Automation Business
Over 700 systems based on CLP 500, in operation or contracted for Substation Protection, Command and Control, up to 400 kV
Over 70 power plant management systems in operation or contracted, based on CLP 500
Worldwide customer base
Brazil, Venezuela, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador
Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam
Bahrain
Field experience on integrating IEDs and protection relays from other vendors, as well as on integrating solutions with third parties dispatches
Power Systems Automation
A single platform for the entire substation, integrating information from multiple data sources to multiple purposes
CLP 500 Platform Central Unit, featuring SCADA
LAN
Ethernet
CLP 500’s Control and Acquisition Units
CLP 500’s Protection Relays Family
CLP 500’s Synchronization Unit
CLP 500’s Bay Control Unit
Power Systems Automation
A single platform for the entire substation, integrating information from multiple data sources to multiple purposes
CLP 500’s Control and Acquisition Units
CLP 500’s Protection Relays Family
CLP 500’s Synchronization Unit
CLP 500’s Bay Control Unit
CLP 500 Embedded Platform Central Unit, featuring
SCADA only
A single platform for the entire substation, integrating information from multiple data sources to multiple purposes
CLP 500 Embedded Platform Human Machine Interface *
* Also available a standard PC based version
CLP 500 Embedded Platform Central Unit, featuring
SCADA only
CLP 500’s Protection Relays Family
CLP 500’s Synchronization Unit
CLP 500’s Bay Control Unit
LAN
Ethernet
Power Systems Automation
– Central Unit …
100% Electronic
High MTBF
Reduced MTTR
– … Central Unit
Up to 20 RS 232 serial ports
Communications with up to 8 Control Centres
Communications with IEDs
IEC 61850-8-1 (MMS/GOOSE)
Power Systems Automation
Differences
None
Human Machine Interface implementation in a WEB environment, through rich client type applications
And … why are there two names for the same interface?
It is just a designation option …
… to identify correctly the WEB’s server type
Power Systems Automation
Embedded technology
WEB Server
– … HMI …
Industrial PC
Desktop PC
Laptop PC
Local and remote access through an IP connection (LAN, WAN)
Power Systems Automation
– … HMI
– Modules
Acquisition Control Automation
Acquisition Control Automation Protection
Digital Inputs Digital Outputs DC Analogue Inputs AC Analogue Inputs
Acquisition Control Automation
Acquisition Control Automation Synchronism
Acquisition Bay Control Automation Synchronism
Power Systems Automation
DNP 3.0
Power Systems Automation
SCADA Systems
3rd party
Power Systems Automation
Integrated solution for Power Plant Automation
Distributed data acquisition architecture
Modular, flexible and expandable (up to 256 protections or acquisition units)
Open system
Relational Database
Networks – Ethernet, LonWorks
Protocols – TCP/IP, IEC 60870-5-101 / 103 / 104, DNP 3.0, IEC 61850
Human Machine Interface – Windows XP / Windows XP embedded
Operating Systems – Windows XP / Windows XP embedded
Automation according to the IEC 61131-3 standard
Power Systems Automation
Suitable for the integration of 3rd party systems, products and
software
IEDs
Protections
Compatibility within EFACEC’s products, both at hardware
and software level, reducing:
Distributed processing
Suitable for the integration of commercially available solutions
Flexibility and modularity
Power Systems Automation
Distribution Substations
Data acquisition and supervisory control fully performed by EFACEC’s UA 500 and UAC 420, and 3rd party IEDs
Power Systems Automation
AC and DC Analogue Measures and Treatment
Signalling Acquisitions and Treatment
… CLP 500RTU Main Functions …
Human Machine Interface Functions
Cabinet or Desktop User Friendly Workplaces, provided by TFT Screens and Keyboards for Substation Control and Monitoring
TFT Screen for Bay Control and Monitoring
WEB Interface for HMI purposes
Schematics and Diagrams
Alarms and Lists
MODBUS
Twisted-pair, Fibre Optics
Power Quality Analysis
Interface – Schematic Diagram
Power Systems Automation
Distribution Substations
Data acquisition and supervisory control fully performed by EFACEC’s UA 500 and UAC 420, and 3rd party IEDs
Automation functions
AC and DC Analogue Measures and Treatment
Signalling Acquisitions and Treatment
Distributed Automation
Bay level
Substation level
Screens and Keyboards for Substation Control and Monitoring
TFT Screen for Bay Control and Monitoring
WEB Interface for HMI purposes
Schematics and Diagrams
Alarms and Lists
MODBUS
Twisted-pair, Fibre Optics
Power Quality Analysis
Interface – Schematic Diagram
Power Systems Automation
Interface – Automation
Power Systems Automation
Distribution Substations
Data acquisition and supervisory control fully performed by EFACEC’s UA 500, SYNC 420 and UAC 420, and 3rd party IEDs
Protection functions fully performed by EFACEC’s TPU 420 digital protection relays
Transmission Substations
Data acquisition and supervisory control fully performed by EFACEC’s BCU 500 and 3rd party IEDs
Protection functions are performed by EFACEC’s TPU 420 family and 3rd party digital protection relays
Power Systems Automation
AC and DC Analogue Measures and Treatment
Signalling Acquisitions and Treatment
Distributed Automation
Bay level
Substation level
… CLP 500SCC Main Functions …
Human Machine Interface Functions
Cabinet or Desktop User Friendly Workplaces, provided by TFT Screens and Keyboards for Substation Control and Monitoring
TFT Screen for Bay Control and Monitoring
WEB Interface for HMI purposes
Schematics and Diagrams
Alarms and Lists
Printers, upon request
Power Systems Automation
MODBUS, SPA Bus, Fastmeter, Courier
Master-master or master-slave: multiple channels with multi-protocol support, including redundant links
Twisted-pair, Fibre Optics
Power Quality Analysis
Interface – Schematic Diagram I
Interface – Schematic Diagram II
100 Mbps Ethernet Redundant Board
Up to two I/O Expansion Boards
Graphical Programmable Logic
analogue measures
RAM
Control Centres
UAC 420
Dedicated I/O Expansion Board with
32 Digital Inputs
Architecture
equipment)
Acquisition of Circuit
with 3rd Parties Integration
Flexible and Modular Architecture
Configurable Distributed Automation Functions
Standards Adoption
Power Systems Automation
World Wide References