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Power quality analysis for electric utilities

PowerLogicTM application brochure

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power quality monitoring

Monitoring power quality is serious business

Utilities need serious energy information technology to meet the challenges. Our systems help you: Meet power quality compliance standards Monitor power availability and reliability Reduce downtime Verify contractual performance commitments Increase profitability Optimise maintenance Analyse power quality data to: Troubleshoot Identify root cause Anticipate faults Detect disturbance direction Track and verify: Frequency stability Voltage variations Unbalances Harmonics and other unfavourable conditions

Improve network reliability Sophisticated power quality monitoring and reporting provide the information needed to validate compliance, improve system stability, and minimise unplanned downtime.

Remove guesswork Know exactly what quality of power and service you're delivering to your customers. We have the ideal solution.

Power quality matters for efficiency and profit

Energy suppliers need cost-effective, real-time power quality monitoring

Utilities must have accurate PQ data and analysis to increase reliability and meet demands. We offer:

Open protocols Advanced communication options Gateways Customised solutions Integration into existing infrastructure Accommodation of third-party equipment

Schneider Electric exceeds the traditional boundaries Our power monitoring and control systems are designed to unite your entire enterprise, from end-to-end. All systems work together to help reveal new energy opportunities.

Communications include:

Local mastering Data concentration of serial/Ethernet metering devices Gateway functionality Web-based presentment Email data transfers Ethernet support of metering, SCADA, and PQ protocols

Avoid expensive PQ problems

The costly affects of power quality problems

Reduction of transformer life through heating Reduced fundamental frequency system capacity Degraded motor performance Tripped sensitive loads Blown fuses, cycling UPS Telecommunications interference

Don't lose money Effective PQ monitoring and analysis can provide a rapid return on investment in terms of revenue, value of service, and competitive edge in the marketplace.

Average cost of momentary interruptions:

One- to two-second outage 15-cycle voltage sag 11,000 7,700

Benefits of PQ analysis

Save time Reduce the number of points to analyse through data aggregation Identify the problem through Classification Share analysis over a web-based platform Analyse events at multiple sites concurrently by overlaying waveform captures and aligning trigger points Show improvement Benchmark system performance to industry standards Trend performance over time and show to customers as a value-added service Support performance-based rates Satisfy regulators Provide proof of ROI for capital expenditures (either yours or your customers)

Identify cause Classify events for filtering and reporting Group events by color or symbol to see which types are causing problems Detect disturbance direction Create views and reports of: Customer-caused events Utility-caused events Planned events Unplanned events Weather related events

Increase revenue Gain competitive advantage by guaranteeing customers a power quality threshold Add value to your service by providing customers a view of their power quality Implement performance-based rates to increase revenue

Certifications and approvals

CFE (LAPEM, Mexico) INTI (Argentina) SENCAMER (Venezuela) KEMA Labs (Netherlands) KERI Labs (Korea) EPRI (China) EGR (New Zealand) OFGEM (UK) GOST (Russia) IMO (Ontario, Canada) Measurement Canada Hydro Quebec (Canada) California ISO (USA) ERCOT (Texas ISO, USA) Met Labs (Independent Lab, USA) NY State (USA) PJM (USA)

Class A measurements

For electric utilities - Class A results ensure that power quality data being reported to operators, customers or regulators, is accurate and auditable, and that system improvements are recommended based on reliable data. For regulators - Class A results ensure that reports from separate utilities will be consistent and system performance can be compared to worldwide benchmarks. For consumers - Class A results ensure that both the customer and utility will agree on the level of power quality provided, avoiding costly investigations should any disputes arise. Our Power Standards Laboratories (PSL) certificate, test report and letter prove our compliance to the IEC 61000-4-30 Class A requirements.

PQ Measurements in IEC 61000-4-30

Power frequency Supply voltage magnitude Flicker Voltage deviations (dips and swells) Voltage Interruptions Transients Voltage unbalance Voltage harmonics Voltage interharmonics Mains signalling Rapid voltage changes Under- and over-deviation

Accurate PQ analysis saves time and money

Heading off potential problems

Power quality issues on a transmission and distribution network can be complex and require deeper analysis as more advanced generation and load-control techniques are employed. And today's customers need higher levels of power quality information due to the growing sophistication and sensitivity of their process controls. Utilities need a power monitoring system to help track and investigate frequency stability, voltage variations, unbalances, harmonics and other conditions to maintain a high level of power quality and resolve issues before a problem develops.

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PowerLogic technology from Schneider Electric has the tools you need to meet higher power quality targets by comprehensively analysing and isolating all power quality-related issues. Advanced meters strategically located at customer service entrances and substations capture and store data on a wide variety of characteristics, including harmonics, flicker, short-duration transients, dips, swells, and outages. Meters instantly categorise events on-board then upload compliance indicators and all relevant supporting data to PowerLogic system software for analysis and reporting.

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Schneider Electric solutions

Recommended products for power quality analysis

Software:

PowerLogic IONTM EEM PQ PowerLogic ION EnterpriseTM PowerLogic ION Setup

Power and energy meters:

PowerLogic ION8800 PowerLogic ION8650 PowerLogic ION8600 PowerLogic ION7650 PowerLogic ION7350

Complementary products

SepamTM protective relays MasterpactTM and CompactTM breakers ModiconTM programmable logic controllers

PowerLogic technology is your key to achieving sustained results. PowerLogic products together with Schneider Electric services and expertise will help you align strategic decision making and energy management best practices for a lower total cost of ownership. Please visit www.schneider-electric.com

The global specialist in intelligent energy management

Schneider Electric provides innovative, integrated solutions that make energy safer, more reliable and more efficient while making your operations more productive and sustainable. From revenue and power quality compliance metering systems to expert services and support, our unique solutions are focused on energy efficiency, reliability and safety. We help you reduce costs and emissions, increase power availability, and provide a clean, secure, and renewable power supply. Let us help you discover new opportunities to make the most of your energy.

Visit www.schneider-electric.com

Schneider Electric 35 Rue Joseph Monier CS 30323 92506 Rueil Malmaison Cedex tél : +33 (0)1 41 29 7000 fax : +33 (0)1 41 29 7100 PLSED308004EN Art. 834285 © Schneider Electric 2011

As standards, specifications and designs develop over time, always ask for confirmation of the information given in this publication. ION, ION Enterprise, PowerView, EnergyView and PowerLogic are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Schneider Electric. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.

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