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Figure 1119 Flicker variations at the PCC with an arc furnace characterized by the Pst
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levels for a 24-h period (March 1, 2001) (note that there is one Pst value every 10 min)
24-h period The melt cycles when the furnace was operating can be clearly identified by the high Pst levels Note that Pst levels greater than 10 are usually considered to be levels that might result in customers being aware of lights flickering
11310 Smart power quality monitors
All power quality measurement instruments previously described are designed to collect power quality data Some instruments can send the data over a telecommunication line to a central processing location for analysis and interpretation However, one common feature among these instruments is that they do not possess the capability to locally analyze, interpret, and determine what is happening in the power system They simply record and transmit data for postprocessing Since the conclusion of the EPRI DPQ project in Fall 1995, it was realized that these monitors, along with the monitoring practice previously described, were inadequate An emerging trend in power quality monitoring practice is to collect the data, turn them into useful information, and disseminate it to users All these processes take place within the instrument itself Thus, a new breed of power quality monitor was developed with integrated intelligent systems to meet this new challenge This type of power quality monitor is an intelligent power quality monitor where information is directly created within the instrument and immediately available to the users A smart power
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quality monitor allows engineers to take necessary or appropriate actions in a timely manner Thus, instead of acting in a reactive fashion, engineers will act in a proactive fashion One such smart power quality monitor was developed by Electrotek Concepts, Dranetz-BMI, EPRI, and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) (Fig 1120) The system features on-the-spot data analysis with rapid information dissemination via Internet technology, e-mails, pagers, and faxes The system consists of data acquisition, data aggregation, communication, Web-based visualization, and enterprise management components The data acquisition component (DataNode) is designed to measure the actual power system voltages, currents, and other quantities The data aggregation, communication, Web-based visualization, and enterprise management components are performed by a mission-specific computer system called the InfoNode The communication between the data acquisition device and the InfoNode is accomplished through serial RS-232/485/422 or Ethernet communications using industry standard protocols (UCA MMS and Modbus) One or more data acquisition devices, or DataNodes, can be connected to an InfoNode The InfoNode has its own firmware that governs the overall functionality of the monitoring system It acts as a special-purpose database manager and Web server Various special-purpose intelligent systems are implemented within this computer system Since it is a Web server, any user with Internet connectivity can access the data and its analysis results stored in its memory system The monitoring system supports the standard file transfer protocol (FTP) Therefore, a database can be manually archived via FTP by simply copying the database to any personal computer with connectivity to the mission-specific computer system via network or modem Proprietary software can be used to archive data from a group of InfoNodes
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