- Up to 4 dedicated high speed traveling wave-Based Fault location modules
- Integration with road and satellite maps (such as Google Earth (c)) to quickly identify the fault location
- Up to 64 analog inputs and 384 digital inputs;
- Fault, Disturbance and Continuous recorder;
- Acquisition synchronized to an external time source (IRIG-B);
- Trigger by Boolean equations;
- Encrypted data transmission and digital signature in all records;
- Web interface and high degree of connectivity;
- 8 programmable signal relays;
- Internal battery.
PMU IEEE C37.118 Compliant
- Tested by NIST for a large scale PMU project implemented by Brazilian System Operator;
- Built-in Substation Phasor Data Concentrator (SPDC);
- Ready for dynamic response requirements;
- Broadcast individual channels, sequences and analog channels for transducers;
- Designed to monitor entire substations and power plant.
IEC 61850 GOOSE Messages
The RPV-310 is IEC 61850 ready for GOOSE messages, which are capture and filtered by one of the Ethernet interfaces installed at the communications module. The equipment can detect up to 256 binary inputs.
Our Traveling Wave Fault location system is installed in low, middle and high voltage substations, which demand precise fault location such as lines under regulatory fines due to power outage.
Lines with mutual coupling effect or compensation circuits (capacitor banks) benefit from our solution, since usual fault location algorithms do not work properly under those conditions. Our solution saves money and time.
Also used to analyze power systems' phenomena as a digital fault recorder and power analyzer, the RPV-310 PMU (Phasor Measurement Unit) provides the user a complete view from the system, giving him the ability to avoid blackouts and systems faults.