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Solutions > Power Management System

Applitech’s Power-IT solution provides a far-reaching, state of the art, efficient and reliable Power Management System (PMS) that not only caters to the industry’s needs but also deliver a product that excels industry requirements.  Our Power Management System fully interacts with the existing power grid system to strengthen the outage management and load shedding activities. It serves as a backbone to business planning and performance, and decision-making processes.

  • Provide on line monitoring and control of distribution feeders
  • Reduce system outages
  • Enhance fault detection, fault isolation and supply restoration
  • Facilitate forward and reverse synchronization after power outages
  • Increase the management efficiency of normal operation mode of the system
  • Minimize lost revenue due to losses
  • Improve productivity through minimal electricity disruptions
  • Improve the quality of service
  • Modernize customer service
  • Enhance the decision making support

Power-IT performs the classical tasks of Distribution Network Monitoring and Control, and will be able to execute operational functions on Feeder Automation, System Restoration, Loss Minimization, Optimal Feeder Recognition, amongst others. This will provide superior quality of operational efficiency and reliability of the power services with international standards by implementing modern technology and techniques in the marketplace. 

  • Self contained RTU units for control and monitoring of various power buses, relay breakers and power generation units
  • Redundant PLCs for data concentration from various RTUs
  • Redundant SCADA servers
  • The Man Machine Interface
  • Redundant Distribution Management Servers
  • Distribution Management Modules
  • Bus and feeder power reports
  • Hourly MW and MVAR value
  • Daily device operation count reports, including:
    • Point name and ID
    • Total operations (count, limit, and count as percent of limit)
    • Fault operations (count, limit, and count as percent of limit)
    • Date and time of most recent operation
    • Date and time when the counters were last reset
    • Hourly maximum amp reports
  • Maximum/minimum reports, including:
    • Peak hour values of analog points over a given time period
    • Date and time when the peaks occurred
  • Weekly phase imbalance report, including:
    • Daily peak value of the phase imbalance for the feeders
    • Hour of the peak
    • Coincident half-hourly average values of phase current
    • Weekly peak value of the phase imbalance and the day of the weekly peak
    • Values of phase imbalance that exceed a user-entered limit
  • Distribution system status snapshot reports
  • Computer system maintenance reports, including:
    • Processor loading, disk, and LAN statistics
    • Equipment error statistics
    • User-entered notes

Master Displays
Sub-station One Line Diagrams
Tabular Displays
Panning and Zooming
Data Overlay
Auxiliary Information Screen
Control & Information Tagging
Manual Overwrite
Communication State Display
Bus Coloring
Alarm Display
Event Summary
Historical Trending
Secure Access Control