61850DOCTOR is a set of powerful tools that allows you to manage your IEC 61850 system. Simulate IEDs using logics based on IEC 1131 with VIRTUAL IED. Monitor and control your IEC 61850 devices with IED EXPLORER. Analyze goose traffic with GOOSE RADAR. 61850DOCTOR is the most powerful tool to keep your IEC 61850 system healthy. FEATURES
Advanced IED server simulator
Modify any data values manually
Basic simulation with a sequencer
GOOSE publishing and subscribing
External equipment simulator as measurements or breaker
Advanced simulation using logics based on IEC 1131
Device interface with display, LEDs and buttons that can be used in the logics
Load an IED with its SCL file
See the model in tree or graphical view
Access to the control blocks
Modify any attribute manually at the data object level
You can also add an attribute to the sequencer to force automatic changes
See the value evolution in the trending view
Use the GOOSE viewer to see any GOOSE on your network
You can subscribe to any GOOSE using an SCL file or the GOOSEs on the network
The subscribed GOOSEs can be used in the logics editor for any advanced algorithm
Use the IED display to visualize model data, or to modify values with the buttons.
The external equipment view allows to modify measurements and breakers externally
Your virtual IED will be synchronized with any SNTP server
You will know the services exchanged and the existing connections
IEC 61850 client to monitor and control IEC 61850 devices
It works with or without SCL files
No need to discover the complete model to exchange data
Discover the IED and create a compatible SCL file
All control models supported
Access to setting groups, buffered and unbuffered reporting, logs and files
3 WAYS TO MONITOR DATA
Discover the IED level by level.
You can always discover the complete IED model and save it into a compatible SCL file.
Or load the complete IED configuration from a SCL file and avoid the discovering process.
Drag and drop the data that you want to monitor
You can also monitor a dataset and remove the FCDAs that are not interesting to you
You can read and modify settings, when the IED expose them through IEC 61850
Choose the control objects that you need to operate on. IED EXPLORER informs you about the control model
Execute commands with the parameters needed
Receive data using the reporting mechanism
Save and restore the testing environment.
Access to logs.
Access to files.
You can add user labels to identify the information with your naming convention
Save the testing environment and load it later when you need to repeat some tests
Access to files using MMS
Specialized GOOSE analyzer
Compares the network traffic with the SCL files provided
Detect deviations between the SCL files and the network
Find problems with big repetition times
Keep track of changes during commissioning
Compare last GOOSE information under maintenance
Discover the GOOSE messages on the network and their repetition cycle as the distance to the center
Load and SCL file and now the references of the data are displayed
Use the filters to find the GOOSE under test
You can see the sequence of GOOSEs with status change
Or just check the events on the data received in the GOOSEs
Export the results to XML files to keep track of events happened in the test session
And of course, detect any problem during the test