Data on the equipment’s condition is transmitted on a 24-hour basis to the control centre, where a manager monitors the equipment’s condition and takes timely actions in case of malfunctions.
The system significantly reduces maintenance, replacements and staff costs.
- Unauthorised connection
- Power outage
- Power consumption
- Power quality
- Equipment failure
- Metering data
- Temperature in a facility
- Manager’s actions
Data on the condition of a substation’s components is transmitted through wireless channels: GSM, LORA. Can be easily connected to the existing substations. Technical characteristics:
- 27 discrete inputs
- Two RS-485 interfaces
- Built-in GSM modem, 3G support, dual-SIM
- Remote software updates
- Remote relay control
Additional discrete input/output modules
The modules’ purpose is to increase the number of channels for sending and receiving data, as well as control signals being transmitted to RS-485 network.
The modules increase the number of discrete inputs and outputs managed by one Unilight logic controller and this easily scale the substation monitoring system.