Substation Automation

Brains and Brawn

Comprehensive Design, Configuration, and Engineering Services

Almost half of NovaTech’s utility business is comprised of services: engineering design, packaging, commissioning and training.  We work closely with utility customers to define and engineer RTU and Bitronics panels and custom cabinetry, design HMI screens, create special logic and manage complete web-based SCADA systems. On-site installation, commissioning and training services are dispatched from local offices in seven US locations (map below) to help assist users implement projects quickly and safely. NovaTech provides high levels of post-project support.

 

“Our calls to the factory have been met with professionalism, timely attention and thorough knowledge of the product… The willingness to get the job done and focus on the customer’s problems while providing a product that is clearly tailored to the needs of the user, I found to be a refreshing change.” – Bill P

Services Availability by Region

On-site-service-regions

On-Site service available within a drive from any of our seven regional offices (located in Lenexa KS, Denham Springs LA, Owings Mills MD, Bethlehem PA, Milwaukee WI, Aiken SC and Shelby NC). All other services available nationwide.

  • TechTalk Summer 2018  

    D650 Master Display
    Bitronics M661P3 Pole Top Power Monitor
    Firmware 9.1 for Orion Family
    Videos

    August 17, 2018

  • Orion Hot Active: Standby Redundancy  

    A Hot Active – Standby Redundancy capability is now available for the OrionLX and OrionLXm. This new design simplifies operation and diagnostics in multiple redundant substation automation and SCADA applications.

    April 10, 2018

  • NovaTech Orion I/O Application Note  

    NovaTech Orion I/O™ is an extension of the family of OrionLX™ Automation Platforms for substation automation and incorporates the same security features, software tools and “NCD” configuration as the OrionLX. It is a rack-mountable I/O assembly with four slots—A, B, C, and D—that can be filled with any combination of I/O cards: currently 16-Point Discrete Input Card,

    August 30, 2018

  • Pole Top Power Monitoring Solutions  

    NovaTech now offers complete packaged solutions for pole top mounting to support distribution automation applications. Solutions are engineered and packaged per customer specification and can include a user-specified enclosure, locking door with door switch, radio and associated distribution sensors.

    January 29, 2018

  • TechTalk DistribuTECH 2018  

    DistribuTECH 2018 Exhibit Details:
    OrionLX Redundancy
    OrionLXm with Ethernet Switch and Fiber
    Bitronics Pole-Top Power Monitor
    Dual-Line Split Core
    RTU Panels on Display

    January 10, 2018

  • TechTalk Summer 2017  

    Orion I/O Upgrade Assemblies for D20 I/O Modules
    South African Partnerships
    Split-Core CT Option in M872

    August 2, 2017

  • Additional Datasheets, Application Notes, Customer Success Stories and other documents in our documentation library

  • NovaTech Orion WEBserver SCADA & HMI

    The NovaTech Orion WEBserver uses open-source graphics development, a pre-defined library of faceplates, a tiled alarm annunciator and simple setup to provide small and medium-sized utilities with a robust, low-cost SCADA solution for substation monitoring.

    April 3, 2018

  • Hot Standby Redundancy in OrionLX and OrionLXm

    Hot standby redundancy allows continuous synchronization of substation data in two OrionLX or OrionLXms, providing additional reliability for critical substation automation and SCADA applications.

    April 3, 2018

  • Bitronics 70 Series in Relay Upgrade Application

    This video shows how a Northwest utility uses the Bitronics M871 to captures a fault and provides key information to the utility. Features such as SCADA data, distance-to-fault, disturbance recording, etc., that weren’t present, can be made available from the M87x. Installing the Bitronics M871 to automate the distribution substation is a low-cost option to performing a relay upgrade or installing an expensive fault recorder.

    April 18, 2017

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