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HELINKS STS IEC 61850 Specification
System Specification for IEC 61850 is an optional component and is used to specify from a high level "what" the system should look like and "what" functions it should perform. It allows a standards based approach to design that provides a framework for creating repeatable and reusable engineering. It is not interested so much in the "how" a system is implemented- albeit the how will often be in mind during this phase to some extent. Given that the "what" is specified without the "how" it is the enabler of IEC 61850's desire for interoperability and interchangeability. The "Top down engineering" approach in System Engineering begins with the creation of a comprehensive System Specification. Thorough detail in the System Specification stage reduces engineering time and can simplify the later "System Integration" Stage.
- Introduction & Overview of System Specification
- Single Line Diagram
- Function Specification Diagram
- System Diagram
- Specification Documents
HELINKS STS IEC 61850 Integration
System Integration for IEC 61850 is the branch of Systems Engineering for combining smaller components of a subsystem to function as a comprehensive system on a shared network. This includes new and existing hardware, software and communications for the distribution of data between disparate subsystems. This process can be developed after the creation of a System Specification using a Top-down Engineering approach or a combination of Top Down and Bottom Up Engineering approaches. System Integration can also be completed without a System Specification using the Bottom up Engineering Approach. Typically a high level of innovation, flexibility and problem solving is essential for success when integrating a system lacking a developed System Specification.
- Introduction & Overview of System Integration
- Specification to Implementation
- Communication Configuration
- Integration Documents
Operational Security for Control Systems
Critical information is information that if disclosed would have an undesirable impact on an organization. It is important to ensure the security of your control system. This training will provide an overview of operational security. It will increase your awareness of what information an adversary may view as valuable. It will provide the tools to recognize potential weaknesses in your daily operations and techniques so you can do something about those weaknesses.
- Introduction & Overview of OPSEC
- Why Do It
- Identify Critical Information
- Analyze Threats
- Analyze Vulnerabilities
- Assess Risks
- Implement Appropriate OPSEC Measures
IEC 61850 Basics
The IEC 61850 standard is an innovative approach to substation automation that will result in improvements in both performance and costs in protection systems and data acquisition. This course will provide theoretical grounding into IEC 61850.
- Introduction & Overview of IEC 61850
- Modeling Approach
- Mapping to Protocols
- Process Bus
- Substation Configuration Language
- Station Bus
- Interfacing Legacy Systems
SCD5200 and RTU50 Configuration
The Foxboro SCD5200 combines the features and benefits of the Foxboro RTU50 Series components with higher levels of communications, integration, and engineering packaging. A state-of-the-art graphical user interface is provided for the proven diagnostic tools while the platform independence of the tools is maintained. Configuration tools are similarly upgraded and extended to provide efficiencies in engineering, system maintenance, and configuration management. A key development of the SCD5200 is the integration of CPU, OptoNet, Power Supply, and dual Ethernet into the main processor board (COPE). This provides a compact single module for specialized communications, local networking, applications.
A distributed architecture allows the full spectrum from small single device station configurations through to redundant power supply, processor, and I/O systems with redundant (duplicated and path diverse) communications networks.
- DNP, IEC 60870-101, 104, Modbus Interfaces
- WISP+ telecontrol protocol support
- IEC 61850 Client Data Mapping to for electrical substation monitoring
- Distributed Architecture
- Compact Multi-Chassis CPU arrangements
- Global Database over multiple connected nodes
- Use of Optical Interfaces throughout
- Compliance to Electric Power Standards for EMC and Voltage Isolation
- Database sizes up to 20,000 distributed points
The zenon Basic Training Course will give you an overview of the essential parts of zenon and its development environment. Working in a small group, you will get to know the basic structures in the zenon Editor and zenon Runtime.
- Introduction & Overview of zenon
- Description of the licensing model
- Introduction to the development environment
- Description and operation of zenon Editor and zenon Runtime
- Basic structure of a project and workspace
- Configuration of data types, variables, and system functions
- Explanation of screens, frames, and a range of screen elements and symbols
- Presentation of system messages with Chronological Event List
- Explanation of alarm administration with the Alarm Message List
- Description of user administration
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