MultilinIntelligent Line Monitoring System

MultilinIntelligent Line Monitoring System
Multilin Intelligent
Line Monitoring System
Delivering actionable intelligence for improved
reliability and efficiency
Distribution utilities are faced with regulatory requirements to improve reliability, while operating
and maintaining aging infrastructure with limited maintenance and capital improvement budgets.
GE’s MultilinTM Intelligent Line Monitoring System equips distribution utilities with tools and
applications to meet these challenges.
GE’s innovative Multilin Intelligent Line Monitoring System provides situational awareness along
distribution feeders enabling distribution utilities to operate and respond based on prevailing
conditions. The system provides utilities with high quality, time coherent data throughout their
distribution networks, allowing them to improve performance, reliability and efficiency.
GE’s expertise in distribution networks and system development provides the experience needed to
address the utilities challenges and deliver proven and sustainable network performance improvement.
Enhanced Network
Visibility
• Provides increased situational awareness along
distribution feeders
• Enables utilities to operate and respond based
on prevailing feeder conditions, not static or
seasonal estimates
Reduced Outage
Duration
• Enables faster response reducing SAIDI and
CAIDI indices
Key Benefits
• End-to-end solution delivers extended visibility into the distribution network
• Reduced cost of ownership with GE’s sensors designed for easy installation on live networks
• Designed to meet the challenges of capturing faults in both low and high impedance
grounding treatments
• Advanced analytical applications enabled by GE’s patented time synchronized data, with
measured data also available in DNP3 format
• Remote firmware upgrades enable further application development and compliance with
regulatory and operational requirements
Applications
Fault detection, location & analysis
Feeder visualization
Dynamic line rating
System diagnostics & maintenance
• Identifies fault location alerting operators
visually and notifying repair crews via email
and SMS messaging
• Promotes targeted spend of maintenance
funds based on performance instead of age
of asset
Increased Network
Capacity
• Provides the visibility to compute dynamic line
ratings based on prevailing conditions
• Enables distribution utilities to better manage
their feeders, avoid conductor degradation and
knowledgeably deploy sustainable generation
Intelligent Line Monitoring System
System Overview
System Components
The modular design of GE’s monitoring system enables customers to tailor
their own monitoring platform so that it aligns with their key strategies for
performance improvement of the network, whether this is fault location,
increased capacity through dynamic line rating or enhanced network
visibility. The system consists of three key components:
Line Sensors
• Multilin FMC line sensors that provide accurate data inputs on line load
and conductor temperature
• Multilin SNGTM (Sensor Network Gateway) that provides two way
communications between the line sensors, and weather stations to
server based applications and SCADA
• Server-Based Applications:
-- Feeder visualizer application
As part of the Intelligent Line Monitoring System, the sensors play a key role
in providing visibility along the distribution network. The sensor measures
and records the current, both amplitude and phase, at 32 samples per
cycle, and supports two way communications with the SNG via an on-board
2.4 GHz radio.
The sensor is configured to detect fault conditions facilitating rapid identification
and notification. In addition, the sensors can be configured to provide periodic
measurements to facilitate improved situational awareness and operations.
The sensor can be supplied with a temperature probe fitted on a flying lead
that measures the surface temperature of the conductor facilitating dynamic
line rating analysis and conductor temperature monitoring.
-- Fault detection, location and analysis application (Multilin X-NET™)
-- Dynamic line rating calculation and analysis application (Multilin T-NET™)
-- System diagnostics application
-- Measured data also available in DNP3 format
Data Synchronization
GE’s Intelligent Line Monitoring system is time synchronized enabling
data from multiple locations along the distribution network to be aligned
to within 40µS creating an accurate snapshot of the network suitable for
advanced analytics. GE’s applications use this technique to align the values
captured at the substation and along the feeder to provide a coherent
image of the network performance under normal operations as well as
under faulted conditions.
Weather Monitoring Equipment
Weather information is a critical data source for dynamic line rating and
ice load warning applications. These applications depend on wind speed
and direction, ambient temperature, dew point and solar radiation. The
Intelligent Line Monitoring System employs a weather station with an
ultrasonic anemometer option to deliver enhanced dynamic line rating
analytics. Wind speed and direction averaging techniques enable utilities to
set increased circuit ratings based on a greater understanding of prevailing
conditions. The optional weather station and ultrasonic anemometer
communicate with the SNG via a hardwired link.
GE’s Intelligent Line Monitoring System
Software Applications
(Measured DNP3 Data
and Server-Based)
Multilin FMC-T6
(Line Sensor)
Multilin SNG
(Sensor Network Gateway)
The components of GE’s monitoring system enable utilities to improve network performance through fault location, dynamic line
rating and enhanced network visibility
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Sensor Network Gateway
The Multilin Sensor Network Gateway (SNG) provides connectivity between
the applications and the field, ensuring visibility along the distribution
network. The SNG is a communications gateway for the distribution network
and weather information required for advanced applications such as fault
detection, location and analysis, dynamic line rating, maintenance planning
and feeder visualization.
The SNG provides two way communications to the line sensors by 2.4 GHz
radio and to the weather monitoring equipment by a hardwired link. The
SNG also performs another important function by recording voltage, both
amplitude and phase, at 32 samples per cycle via substation or feeder
voltage transformers (VT’s). The SNG is equipped with several backhaul
options for communicating with the advanced applications including 2G/3G
GRPS/UMTS as well as Serial and Ethernet communication ports. Each SNG
is equipped with a GPS transceiver that synchronizes the entire system,
enabling GE’s advanced analytics.
The SNG is versatile and can be installed along the distribution feeder
communicating with the line sensors or in a substation for voltage monitoring.
Typical feeder installation scenarios include a single SNG with three sensors
(one sensor per phase) or a single SNG with six sensors located at a branch
port or feeder tap enabling it to effectively monitor two circuits at one site.
• Multilin T-NET Software Applications for dynamic line rating:
Server Based Applications
-- Dynamic line rating calculation (CIGRE model)
In addition to measured data provided in DNP3 format, the Intelligent Line
Monitoring System has a suite of server based applications including:
-- Site specific ice load warning (Rime) • Multilin X-NET Software Application for fault detection, location and
analysis:
-- Local sag/clearance calculator
-- Weather data monitoring
-- Data download facility - monitored network data, in user defined time
periods (available in Microsoft Excel format)
• System diagnostics and maintenance application
-- Fault location
-- Fault signature as RMS values on a cycle by cycle basis
-- System diagnostics
-- Fault notification (SMS and email)
-- Remote SNG firmware updates
-- Graphical depiction of outage history
-- Remote line sensor firmware updates
-- Data download facility - monitored network data, in user defined time
periods (available in Microsoft® Excel format)
-- Directory for email and SMS recipients
-- Fault threshold settings
-- Monitoring frequency configuration
Server Based Applications: Weather Data Monitoring
Tracking of weather conditions allow for determining the effect of local weather conditions on capacity
of the feeders
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Application Overview: Dynamic Line Rating Analysis
GE’s Multilin T-NET advanced analytics compute dynamic line ratings based on prevailing conditions enabling distribution utilities to:
• Better manage their feeders,
• Avoid conductor degradation, and
• Knowledgeably deploy sustainable generation
Dynamic Line
Rating (T-NET)
Advanced Line
Sensor
The dynamic line rating
application provides actionable information
enabling utilities to:
GE’s advanced
line sensors provide time synchronized
measurements to facilitate improved situational
awareness and operations including:
• Understand the current loading on the feeder
Weather Data
• Recognize feeders nearing their rated capacity
• Electrical current, both amplitude and phase
• Identify additional available line capacity
based on prevailing conditions
• Conductor surface temperature
The Intelligent Line
Monitoring System
employs a weather
station with an ultrasonic anemometer option to
deliver enhanced dynamic line rating analytics
using wind speed and direction averaging
techniques that enable utilities to set increased
circuit ratings based on a greater understanding
of prevailing conditions.
• Detect local icing conditions to enhance storm
operation decisions and response
Max. Capacity
• Calculate site specific line sag based on
prevailing conditions
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Max. Capacity
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Substation
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Substation
Radiant heat from roads
reduces line capacity
The cooling effect of wind blowing across
the conductor allows greater capacity
Max. Capacity
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Application Overview: Fault Detection, Location and Analysis
The Intelligent Line Monitoring System delivers the necessary field visibility and advanced analytics to:
• Capture faults in low and high impedance grounding treatments,
• Identify fault location alerting operators visually and notifying repair crews
Advanced Line
Sensor
Communications
Gateway
The sensor is configured
to detect fault conditions facilitating rapid
identification and notification. This line mounted
device measures and records the current, both
amplitude and phase, at 32 samples per cycle,
and communicates to the SNG via an on-board
2.4 GHz radio.
The Sensor Network
Gateway (SNG) provides a communications
gateway for distribution network and weather
information that is critical for advanced
applications. The SNG communicates with the
line sensors, weather monitoring equipment
and records voltage, both amplitude and phase.
The gateway is equipped with several backhaul
options for communicating with the advanced
applications including an embedded 2G/3G/
GPRS/UMTS modem, and Serial and Ethernet
communication ports.
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Fault Detection,
Location and
Analysis (X-NET)
• Monitors the distribution network 24/7 for
events and faults
• Automatically filters events from faults based
on utility defined configuration to avoid
nuisance reports
• Identifies fault location alerting operators
visually and notifying repair crews via email
and SMS messaging.
• Provides a cycle by cycle plot of fault activity.
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Application Overview:
Feeder Visualization
The Intelligent Line Monitoring System increases situational awareness
along distribution feeders and enables utilities to operate and respond
based on prevailing conditions, not static or seasonal estimates. The
extended visibility delivered by the Intelligent Line Monitoring System
provides actionable information enabling utilities to meet the changing
dynamics of the distribution network, and be able to:
• Analyze 3 phase current along the feeder
• Balance phases to extend circuit capabilities and delay capital
expenditures
• Identify conductor loading issues due to phase imbalance and take
corrective action
• Identify line regulator loading issues and take corrective action
To meet the new demands posed by distributed generation and the
proliferation of electric vehicles on an aging infrastructure, distribution
networks have to become more efficient, robust and reliable. In order to
meet these challenges, greater visibility of distribution networks is essential
for operations, planning and developing new construction and protection
design guidelines. The ‘Smart’ use of distributed intelligence has emerged as
a major factor in meeting the needs of the new distribution network model,
while at the same time driving enhancements in network safety and security.
Improving Network Efficiency and Capacity
Improving Situational Awareness
GE’s Intelligent Line Monitoring system is time synchronized enabling data from
multiple locations along the distribution network to be aligned to within 40µS.
In addition to delivering measured data in DNP3 format, GE’s applications use
this technique to align the values captured at the substation and along the
feeder to provide a coherent image of the network performance.
Many distribution networks are asymmetrical due to the use of single or two
phase laterals. This type of network design tends to lead to unbalanced loads
with negative implications for efficiency and capacity. A balanced load seen
at the substation may not be indicative of balanced circuits down the feeder.
The distributed load monitoring feature of the Intelligent Line Monitoring
System provides added visibility necessary to correct and improve load
balance. Similarly the onset of distributed generation complicates the
network further, where load and power flow direction are no longer obvious.
In addition to understanding the impact of asymmetry of the network,
periodic data recorded by the system brings enhanced visibility supporting
more in depth network analysis. Accurate time synchronization enables the
delivery of positive, negative and zero sequence currents at each measuring
location along with substation voltage. The use of load profiling is very
useful as an indicator of consumption changes or patterns, giving an early
indication of non-technical losses. Reporting intervals are user configurable.
This enhanced network visibility delivers actionable information to enable:
• Field personnel to identify the optimum phases for laterals,
3 phase current profiling identifies magnitude of line imbalance at each
measurement point
• Network planners to identify maximum loadings and assist in new load or
distributed generation planning,
• Protection engineers to support more advanced relay setting techniques
based on distributed information and
• Network engineers to identify where the network losses are occurring.
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Application Overview: System Diagnostics and Maintenance
The system diagnostics and maintenance applications play an important role in maintaining a high level of system performance in delivering actionable
intelligence.
System Diagnostics
System Maintenance
The Intelligent Line Monitoring System and its ability to deliver valuable
network data becomes an important component in the drive for increased
network performance and efficiency. To maximize system up-time, the
Intelligent Line Monitoring System constantly monitors for equipment and
communication failures. The GE system diagnostics application records
equipment performance and notifies the administrator by email of any
detected performance issues.
The system maintenance application provides a unified dashboard for
managing and tracking key system assets. This application manages the
remote firmware upgrade process for SNG’s and line sensors, and displays
the current firmware version installed in an SNG or line sensor. It also enables
the system administrator to manage the list of recipients for SMS messages
and emails relating to fault notification.
System diagnostics application reports for communications:
• Time of SNG’s last activity
• CSQ (2G/3G GPRS/UMTS signal strength)
• 2G/3G GPRS/UMTS modem resets
• GPS timing lock status
• Communication with weather monitoring equipment
• Communication with line sensors
System diagnostics application reports for asset health:
• Battery voltage on the SNG
• Battery voltage on the line sensors
• Charge/discharge current on the SNG
• Charge/discharge current on the line sensors
The notification management tool enables the system administrator to
maintain recipients for fault notifications
System Diagnostic Management Tool
System diagnostic management tool monitors asset health
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Intelligent Line Monitoring System
Multilin T-NET Software: Dynamic Line Rating Analysis Application
GE’s Multilin T-NET advanced analytics compute dynamic line ratings
based on prevailing conditions enabling distribution utilities to better
manage their feeders, avoid conductor degradation, and knowledgeably
deploy sustainable generation. The Intelligent Line Monitoring System
employs weather data including a weather station and/or an ultrasonic
anemometer input and uses wind speed and direction averaging
techniques to deliver enhanced dynamic line rating analytics enabling
utilities to set increased circuit ratings based on a greater understanding
of prevailing conditions.
The dynamic line rating application provides actionable information
enabling utilities to:
• Understand the current loading on the feeder
• Recognize feeders nearing their rated capacity
• Identify additional available line capacity based on prevailing conditions
• Detect site specific icing conditions to enhance storm operation decisions
and response
• Calculate line sag based on prevailing conditions
Application displays current line loading and available capacity
based on the CIGRE algorithm
Application delivers site specific line sag and clearance for safety constraint
verification and maximum line utilization
Static Circuit Rating
Utilities have traditionally employed a single, static circuit capacity rating or
seasonal rating. Yet this method does not take into account the prevailing
conditions. Without this insight, circuit capacity may be underestimated,
resulting in assets that are underutilized, loss of return on investment or
even inability to serve a load. Conversely capacity may be overestimated,
yielding potentially unsafe ground clearance conditions and/or conductor
degradation.
Calculating Dynamic Line Rating
GE’s Multilin T-NET advanced analytics compute dynamic line ratings based
on prevailing conditions using the CIGRE model calculation. This algorithm
considers parameters such as:
• Diameter of conductor and outer wire
• DC resistance at 20°C
• Solar radiation
• AC resistance
• Latitude and elevation above sea level
The Multilin T-NET software automatically calculates the available and maximum
capacity based upon the prevailing conditions reported from the Multilin FMC
line sensors, weather stations and/or ultrasonic anemometers. The dynamic line
rating application displays three critical values for each node, namely:
• Present load
• Present maximum capacity
• Maximum conductor temperature
• Present available capacity
• Temperature coefficient of resistance
The Multilin T-NET software calculates local line sag and site specific icing
conditions based upon the prevailing conditions as shown in the image above.
• Conductor type
• Ambient temperature
• Speed and angle of attack of the wind
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The Multilin T-NET software can exchange key rating values and conductor
temperatures with the utility SCADA system using DNP3 or IEC 870-5-101/104
using a server to server approach. Alternatively, the measured data can be
delivered from the deployed SNG devices directly in DNP3 format.
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Multilin X-NET Software: Fault Detection, Location and Analysis Application
The advanced analytics delivered by the X-NET application are designed to
meet the challenges of capturing faults in both low and high impedance
grounding treatments. The Intelligent Line Monitoring System delivers the
necessary field visibility and advanced analytics to capture and report the
location of ground and phase to phase faults in directly grounded treatments,
and ground and cross country faults in high impedance grounding schemes.
As an alternative measured data can be delivered from the deployed SNG
devices in DNP3 format.
Fault Detection, Location & Analysis
• Monitors the distribution network 24/7 for events and faults
• Automatically filters events from faults based on utility defined
configuration to avoid nuisance reports
Fault Analysis
Notification of a fault in the network is triggered in one of three ways: when a
line sensor detects that the load has exceeded the maximum user configured
threshold or fallen below its minimum user configured threshold or when a
substation SNG monitoring open delta voltage exceeds its maximum user
configured threshold (applicable in high impedance grounding scenarios).
Upon notification the X-NET software selects the substation identified as the
source of supply to the fault and polls the sensors installed along the feeders
obtaining 10 cycles of current data on either side of the event time stamp
in order to provide a complete picture of the faulted network. The X-NET
software analyzes the data received and displays the section where the fault
has occurred. When the fault condition is resolved and power is restored, the
sequence is reversed and the graphical display is cleared.
• Identifies fault location alerting operators visually and notifying repair
crews via email and SMS messaging
• Provides a cycle by cycle plot of fault activity
Maintenance Prioritization
The X-NET Software enables the utility to effectively prioritize maintenance
expenditure by:
• Maintaining a database of events to facilitate identification of repetitive
incidences, comparison of feeder performance and definition of
preventive maintenance programs
• Graphically depicting outage history for each feeder section
The X-NET Application enables utilities to:
• Target where to spend maintenance funds based on performance instead
of age of assets
• Direct field crews to feeder sections where maintenance is needed
Fault notifications are sent directly to field crews mobile devices
• Guide maintenance work required by the nature and frequency of feeder
faults indicated by frequent re-closer activity
• Categorize maintenance required based upon repetitive transients
indicative of:
-- The need for tree trimming
-- Salt build-up
-- Equipment degradation
Fault Identification
The system monitors the distribution network 24/7 for events and faults. Any
network event activity that exceeds a user defined threshold and is longer
than 2 cycles in duration is stored into the database and processed by the
Multilin X-NET software as a network event. The system automatically filters
events from faults based on utility defined configuration to avoid nuisance
reports. If the outage exceeds a user defined duration, it is classified as a
fault and the system proceeds to notify personnel by SMS or email. Both
faults and events captured are stored in the database for future review
and analysis. The Multilin X-NET software provides data mining capabilities
allowing the user to define a time period and review the captured fault and
event activity during this period. Results are presented graphically so that
locations experiencing network problems are easily identified, supporting
preventive maintenance by highlighting the most critical or problematic
sections of the network.
Support maintenance prioritization based on fault history activity for feeder
segments
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Intelligent Line Monitoring System
Installation
Multilin FMC Line Sensor
Communications
Installation of the Multilin FMC line sensor can be completed in just minutes
on a live line using either hot-stick or hot-glove. Sensors can be installed
on 480V to 140kV feeders and will sit on conductors ranging from 10 mm
to 28 mm in diameter. The sensor commences operation as soon as it is
closed around the conductor and a small flashing LED mounted in the
sensor housing indicates that it is operational. The magnetic field of the
line provides the power for the sensor and also charges a 48 hour battery
back-up that keeps the sensor operational in the event of an outage.
The SNG supports several backhaul options for communicating with the
advanced applications, including cellular as well as serial and Ethernet
communication ports. Equipped with a SIM card holder, the SNG enables
2G/3G GPRS/UMTS backhaul communications. The serial cables from the
weather station and/or ultrasonic anemometer can be connected to the
SNG to enable transmission of weather data. The gateway supports two
way communications with the line sensors by 2.4 GHz radio and no special
installation is required.
The sensor can be supplied with a temperature probe fitted on a flying
lead that measures the surface temperature of the conductor. The lead is
wrapped around the conductor with its temperature sensing tip at the end of
the lead tied to the conductor surface. To ensure that the probe is thermally
coupled to the conductor, GE recommends that a thermal compound is
used between the conductor and the probe tip (please refer to the sensor
installation instruction manual).
System Overview
GPS provides
accurate timing
pulse to SNGs
Multilin SNG Sensor Network Gateway
The SNG can be installed along the distribution feeder communicating
with the line sensors or in a substation for voltage monitoring. Radio range
between the line sensors and the SNG is typically 30 meters/100 feet, and
the SNG is normally mounted on the same pole or structure underneath
the sensors. The SNG is a low power device and can be powered by a solar
panel or by a 100V/250V AC power supply. GE offers a solar kit option (see
Ordering Codes section).
1
2
SNGs align the
FMC-T6 sensors
to the same
timing reference
Sensors and
SNGs distributed
throughout the
network are time
aligned and
viewable on the
System Console
Software
There are three options for the system software:
• Measured data only in DNP3 format to head end systems.
• Applications running on a GE hosted server with a server to server link if
required (DNP3/IEC101/104)
• Applications running on a customers server with a server to server link if
required (DNP3/IEC101/104)
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Typical feeder measurement installation
System Network Model
The system network model enables utilities to collect, view and report asset information graphically, creating feeder visualization
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Application Data Specifications
System Management Specifications
MULTILIN FMC-T6
PERFORMANCE
Current Range
2 Versions 300A or 600A
Current Measurement Accuracy
+/- 1% of Amplitude Plus 0.3A
Phase Accuracy
+/- 0.6°
Conductor Temp Measurement Range
-10°C to +85°C
Accuracy of Conductor Temperature Probe
+/- 2°C
Measurement Sampling Rate
32 Samples per Cycle
Minimum Line Current to Power the Sensor
10A 300A Version / 30A 600A
Version
Line Voltage Range
480V to 140kV
Sensor Radio Frequency
2.4GHz
Sensor Radio Range
30m/100ft Line of Sight
Flash Memory
80 Minutes of Data
Battery Back-Up
Maximum 48 Hours With a Fully
Charged Battery
Operating Temperature Range
-40°C to +65°C
Weight
5.8kg/12.8lb
PERFORMANCE
Voltage Measurement Accuracy
0.5% of Reading+/-0.5% of Full Scale
Voltage Phase Accuracy
+/-0.6° (voltage values above 10V)
Radio Range to Line Sensor
30m/100ft Line of Sight
Battery Backup
48hrs at 25°C
Operating Temperature Range
-40°C to +65°C
Data Size
150 MB per month (Typical)
Data Storage
48 Hours (At a Monitoring Interval of 5 Minutes)
STANDARD
DESCRIPTION
SNG Firmware
Remotely Upgradeable
Sensor Firmware
Remotely Upgradeable
Monitoring Frequency
Remotely Upgradeable
Fault Detection Threshold
Remotely Upgradeable
SCADA Integration
Server based (DNP3/IEC101/104) Measured data
in DNP3 format
Fault Notification
Remotely Configurable (SMS & Email)
Network Modeling
Server based Tool
Software Specifications
MULTILIN SNG
SYSTEM OPTIONS
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION AND
MANAGEMENT TOOLS
SOFTWARE
SPECIFICATIONS
DESCRIPTION
Feeder Visualizer
(Standard)
Reports:
• Individual Phase, Positive and Negative Sequence
Currents
• Substation Bus Phase Voltage
• Open Delta Voltage
• Conductor Temperature*
• Wind Speed, Direction, Dew Point and Solar Gain**
Multilin X-NET
Application
Detects and Reports at Each Node:
• Earth Faults in High Impedance Grounding Treatments
• Over Currents, (Earth Faults in Low Impedance Grounding
Treatments and Phase to Phase Faults)
• Under Currents (Dropped Phase or Phases and Outages)
Multlin T-NET
Application
Calculates and Reports at Each Node:
• Dynamic Rating of Conductor (Cigre Model)**
• Sag/Clearance*
• ICE Load Warning (Rime)***
OPTIONAL
GPS Location and Timing
•
2.4 GHz Radio
•
*
Davis Weather Station Port
•
** Requires weather monitoring equipment.
Ultrasonic Anemometer Port
•
2G/3G (GPRS/UMTS) Backhaul
Communications
•
***Requires Multilin FMC-T6 sensors with temperature probes and weather
monitoring equipment.
RS232 Serial Port for Backhaul
Communications
•
Ethernet Port for Backhaul Communications
•
Open Delta Voltage Input (High Impedance
Grounding Treatment)
•
Three Phase Voltage Input
•
Standard Pole Mounting Bracket
•
LV AC Supply (Input 85-250Vac 50/60 Hz)
•
DC Power Supply Nominally 24V DC
(22.5V DC - 30V DC)
•
Feeder Visualizer Software
•
Measured data in DNP3 format
•
Requires Multilin FMC sensors with temperature probes.
Certifications
ISO
Manufactured under an ISO9001 registered program
CE
Conforms to:
2004/108/EEC EMC Directive December 2004
2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive December 2006
1999/5/EC Radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment
Directive R&TTE March 1999
Type Tests
Multilin X-NET Software Application
•
Multilin T-NET Software Application
•
Solar Panel & Battery Kit
•
Standard Weather Station Kit
•
Ultrasonic Anemometer
•
Document No.
Title
Edition / Issue
2004/108/EC
EMC Directive
Dec 2004
2006/95/EC
Low Voltage Directive
Dec 2006
1999/5/EC
Radio Equipment and Telecommunications
Terminal Equipment Directive R&TTE
March 1999
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Ordering Codes
SENSOR
FMC-T6 -
*
Type
0
*
*
Without Temperature Probe
1
Frequency
With Temperature Probe
0
50Hz
1
60Hz
2
50/60Hz1
Current Range
1
Description
0
300A
1
600A
Option available for SNG2 models only.
SNG
SNG SOLAR SUPPLY KIT
SNG-2-
*
Description
SKIT-
*
Description
Type
0
Standard
Type
0
30W Solar Supply Kit
1
70W Solar Supply Kit
WEATHER STATION
WKIT -
*
Description
ON LINE TRAINING MODULES
Type
B
Standard Weather Station Kit
TM-
*
Description
C
Ultrasonic Anemometer2
Type
0
Module 1 Installation
1
Module 2 System Set-Up
2
Module 3 Controller Set-Up
3
Module 4 Server Installation
4
Module 5 SCADA Integration
Please Note: For T-NET application a Standard Weather Station is required in addition
to the Ultrasonic anemometer.
2 MULTILIN T-NET HOSTED SOFTWARE
T-NET -
*
Number of Nodes
Type
1
1 Node
REMOTE COMMISSIONING SUPPORT
2
5 Nodes
CS-
*
Description
3
10 Nodes
Type
0
1 Day Support
4
25 Nodes
1
2 Days Support
5
50 Nodes
MULTILIN X-NET HOSTED SOFTWARE
X-NET -
*
Number of Nodes
Type
1
1 Node
2
5 Nodes
3
10 Nodes
4
25 Nodes
5
50 Nodes
GE Digital Energy
650 Markland St.
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Toll Free (NA Only): 1-800-547-8629
Tel: 905-927-7070
Fax: 905-927-5098
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GE, the GE monogram, Multilin, FMC-T6, FMC-T4, SNG, X-NET and T-NET are trademarks of the General
Electric Company.
GE reserves the right to make changes to specifications of products described at any time without
notice and without obligation to notify any person of such changes.
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