IEC 61850 standard is developed focusing on the improvement of the substation automation. This is accomplished avoiding proprietary protocols in order to integrate different vendors in the same project. At the same time, IEC 61850 uses advanced technologies to reduce cost in wiring and engineering time and it also tries to improve the commissioning and maintenance process.
Within ENSOTEST we have been working with IEC 61850 standard from the very beginning. We have experience in development, conformance testing, automation and commissioning of IEC 61850 projects.
Improve your IEC 61850 knowledge in the most efficient way with us.
The system configuration tool is able of integrating SCL files of different devices by configuring their networking parameters and the data flows among protection devices. This tool also configures the information sent to the different clients as the SCADA or Remote Terminal Unit.
This software is able to connect to any IEC 61850 server discovering their information model, changing settings, sending commands and monitoring status and measurements by polling or enabling the spontaneous reporting.
The GOOSE analyser discovers all the GOOSE messages on a Ethernet network, registering events and comparing the messages with the system SCL file to find any deviation.
This simulator loads the SCL file of any device replicating their model and being able to exchange the data requested by the SCADA and the RTU. The simulator also sends the GOOSE messages configured in the SCL file provided.
This module details how to perform the IEC 61850 engineering using SCL tools. The topics discussed include importing and exporting SCL file formats, the IED modification capabilities described in the standard and the communication and data flow configuration.
This module describes the configuration of the communication between the protection and control devices acting as servers and the different clients as the local HMI or the Remote Terminal Unit. The different tools for testing are also described.
This module describes the configuration, validation and testing of the Ethernet Multicast GOOSE messages in the system. The different tools for testing are also described.
Automation, protection and control engineers interested in learning about the IEC 61850 standard and its applications.
It is recommended to limit the attendance to 10-12 people to get the best throughput.
The training is run on-site at any suitable location selected by our customer. The course is delivered in 3 modules over 3 days from 9.00 to 17.00.
The learning process is based on presentations with practical workshops guided by the instructor.
All the documentation presented will be delivered in PDF format.
The price is 3330€ plus travelling and lodging costs.
The instructor is Erik San Telmo.
Telecommunication engineer with experience in automation and remote control of electrical systems. Member of several IEC groups within TC57 : Power systems management and associated information exchange.
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