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  • Split-core or clamp-on CTs provide an alternative to directly wiring to measurement or relay CTs in substation upgrade/retrofit applications when it is desired to add monitoring and SCADA data. The split-core CT option is available on all Bitronics M65x SCADA metering products (all variations of the M650, M651, and M653 models).

    June 28, 2012

  • False trips, unexplained outages, equipment damage and other power system problems can be identified by the Bitronics 70 Series high-speed measurement and recording IED. In these applications, the Bitronics IED often takes on additional tasks as a SCADA IED and a flexible display.

    February 2, 2011

  • With the release of firmware version 3.04, all new 70 Series IEDs (M571, M572, M871, M872) can now automatically extract the peak fault current from the disturbance recorder and make that available to be read by SCADA in DNP3 protocol.

    January 28, 2011

  • The revised (May 2009) NERC BAL-005-0.1b standard states, “Each Balancing Authority shall at least annually check and calibrate its time error and frequency devices against a common reference.

    January 28, 2011

  • Orion offers two solutions for expansion beyond the standard 17 serial ports: the software option Cascaded Orions and the network protocol option STCP. STCP, or SEL® Protocol over TCP, is designed to work with SEL relays and enables one or more expansion Orions to serve as a “port switch” or “terminal server” to a Master OrionLX. Up to 96 SEL relays can be connected using STCP. Any Orion can be used as the “port switch” Orion, and can be located local or remote to the Master OrionLX.

    November 10, 2010