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  • Embedded Computers in Substation Automation (.pdf)
    technology, power substations are becoming more automated and increasingly deploy intelligent devices to monitor and control unmanned facilities. Key factors to establishing successful substation automation systems include faster and more reliable networking solutions such as embedded computers. This white
  • Smart and Synchronized Substation Automation with IEEE 1588v2 Embedded Computers
    The latest buzzword in the power industry is "Smart Grid," a revolution that promises to make power distribution more efficient, sustainable, and cost-effective by applying information technology. The basic concept is simple: upgrade the power grid to accomplish the same amount of work with less
  • Electric Substation Monitoring (.pdf)
    that will improve the reliability of electric power delivery while reducing costs. FLIR is participating in these efforts by working with various partners and utilities to improve the monitoring of power distribution substations. Through the use of FLIR's "smart" infrared cameras and automation software
  • Get in Sync with the Latest Precision Time Protocol-IEEE 1588 v2
    If you're still using NTP, IRIG-B, or other protocols that fail to provide time accuracy down to the nanosecond level, you're probably spending more time and money than you need on synchronizing your substation automation system (SAS). These outdated solutions generally require engineers to set up
  • Using Fiber Media Converters with Copper Networks (.pdf)
    The 21st century has seen a huge increase in using Ethernet for industrial automation applications such as remote monitoring. However, the advantages and versatility obtained from using Ethernet for industrial automation applications are offset by a number of drawbacks, one of which is signal
  • Keeping Your DC Power Healthy with an Intelligent UPS
    Today's substations, which were once overlooked in technology, are undergoing a renaissance of sorts. Previous generation substations were. very antiquated, and provided little or no ability for real-time monitoring and control. With the introduction of the Smart Grid, the substation has now become

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