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Create, view, document and simulate diagrams compliant with IEC and NEMA standards for all voltage levels in a typical one-line representation of networks for power generation, transmission and distribution.
The One-Line Electrical Library is complete. It includes components such as circuit breakers, disconnectors, power transformers, metering transformers, loads and grounds, as well as the usual automation parts (line permutators, regulators, etc.) and protection devices.
In an electrical installation, operators are required to prepare detailed switching plans before making any configuration changes. A set of rules must be observed to ensure the safety of the installation, the network and the staff. Traditionally, operators work primarily with a paper copy of the facility’s one-line diagrams.
Automation Studio™ allows you to perfectly recreate the current facility’s one-line diagrams. To this static display, the simulation adds dynamic and colour-coded representation of equipment and lines according to their status, as well as instruments and measurements. The operator can change the state of any operable component and observe the effect on the complete installation.
The simulator calculates the continuous power flow, according to the load representation and the network’s initial state entered by the operator.
The effect of each action is displayed immediately. The entire plan can be validated step by step, and different alternatives can be tested if necessary, prior to its implementation. This represents an excellent training platform for improving operator skills.
A rich set of Diagnostic Tools allows designers to quickly verify the quality of diagrams, from simple methods, such as checking for free connectors, to more sophisticated ones that confirm voltage level consistency in equipotential areas.
The One-line Electrical workshop was developed and used specifically for industries involved in Energy.