Real-time data streaming to the PDC
    Key features include:
  •   Improved situational awareness
  •   Oscillation detection
  •   Frequency stability monitoring
  •   Distributed energy integration monitoring
  •   Disturbance monitoring
  •   Improved State Estimation (SE)
  •   Islanding identification
  •   Quicker restorations
    Fischer Block device sensors capture instantaneous voltage, current, and frequency across all three phases at each installed location throughout the grid. These parameters represent the "heart-beat" and health of the power system. Voltage and current are parameters characterizing the delivery of electric power from generation plants to end-user loads, while frequency is the key indicator of the balance between electric load and generation. Thus, frequency with little deviation from nominal (50/60Hz) is a key indicator of proper operation of the power system and its reliability.

    Synchrophasor data is transmitted to the local Phasor Data Concentrator (PDC) for remote transmission and comparison to synchrophasors incoming from other locations across the network. Data reporting rates are up to 30 times per second with time-stamp synchronization (in most applications) to within 1 micro-second.

    Synchrophasor data can be transmitted within stand-alone data networks or input directly into existing SCADA systems.
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