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SCADA Solution

The SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) solution is a control system that allows monitoring and supervision of electrical substations, through remote control. Furthermore, thanks to data acquisition, it permits to early detect possible anomalies, avoiding service interruptions and disconnections. This solution ensures full integration with Smart Grid applications, granting a concrete energy efficiency.

Technical Features
  • A SCADA system can include:

  • Process bus devices, installed on IEC 61850 or other protocols

  • BCU/RTU, it is a modular computer which supports applications and functions for substation control, communications, monitoring, protection and automation

  • Gateway, i.e. a powerful solution for interfacing bay level devices to DCS/EMS systems with a variety of standard communication protocols

Advantages
  • Reduce substation footprint and save up to 80% of copper wiring with digitization

  • User friendly with powerful and customizable HMI

  • Flexible hardware and software configuration and network topology for integration with legacy technologies

  • The redundancy control system and IED devices (Intelligent Electronic Device) grant a high and continuous availability of the plant

  • Save onsite trips with secure remote access

Applications
  • Electrical transmission and distribution

  • Utility

  • Photovoltaic plants

  • Wind power stations

  • Electrical substations

Related projects to SCADA Solution

Medium–Voltage 36kV switchgears of Secondary Distribution for the Expansion of the Electrical Substation

Artemisa (Cuba)

In the province of Artemisa, a highly inhabited Cuban region, have been implemented medium-voltage switchgears 36kV aimed to expand the electrical substation for the “Zal” logistics activity zone.

Photovoltaic Plants 10MWp

Venegas, Matanzas, Camagüey, Mayajigua (Cuba)

The project includes 4 photovoltaic plants, with a total of 10MWp, located in 4 sites, situated in 3 different provinces of the Cuban Republic. It is part of the implementation plan of the Cuban economic development program, with the aim to reach a total of 700MW photovoltaic power supply by 2030.