The increasing number of communication data points available in new substations and the use of new protocols such as IEC 61850 add more complexity in developing, commissioning and maintaining power automation systems.
Also, the lack of standardization of information complicates the maintenance and expansion procedures. This way, it is necessary to find innovative solutions able to handle and convert different protocols, provide high reliability systems and significantly reduce costs for substation automation.
A powerful CAD tool for modeling the electrical system automatically generates SCADA’s operation screens, which reduces the configuring and comissioning times, as well as providing a more reliable and secure system configuration and operation.
This solution also preserves earlier investments, because of the ease of integration with any protocol or legacy equipment.
Combined, Termoparaíba and Termonordeste constitute the second largest oil-fueled thermal power plant in Brazil and the fifth largest worldwide
Remote operation reduces costs for BEI, since control via Generation Operations Center (GOC) usually eliminates the need for actual trips to the plants
Technologies developed by Elipse Software control cooling and power distribution systems at one of the largest oil research centers in the world, Petrobras’s Cenpes
Elipse Power automates the power distribution of 160 substations at CEMAR: Companhia Energética do Maranhão (Maranhão's Power Generation Company)
Elipse Software's solution provides rapid integration with equipment of the substation located in Olympia (SP), by using IEC 61850 and DNP3 protocols, thus eliminating the gateways or remote
This case presents an E3 application developed to automate substations and other components integrating the power grid of Rio de Janeiro’s rail transportation system
This case presents an Elipse Power-based application for controlling a power plant substation in Linhares, a town in the eastern region of Brazil
Application developed by Energia Automação allows controlling all devices at the substation located in Matipó (MG), in the Brazilian Southeast