An electronic design has been created, capable of measuring current consumption and flows in real time, incorporating communication capabilities that, relying on the TCP-IP connection implemented and by using the specified standard open communication protocol at application level, will allow the Central Grid Control System to monitor the current situation at every time.
Taking this into consideration and evaluating the different modules that need to be connected to the EnergyKeeper system, the above architecture has been built. From this point on, the remaining tasks in the development of the complete system for the control of the network is to enable optimize use of the Electrical Energy System (EES) and enabling interoperability, functioning mode prediction and capability of a fast response to grid changes.
More information: Yacov Yaniv (PISGA IT Solutions, Israel)
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