Introduction to Synchrophasors and PMUs: Settings and Troubleshooting

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Abstract: This presentation will cover:

-The basic idea of calculating and collecting power system current and voltage phasors in a synchronous fashion across a large geographical area.

-Briefly discuss some of the common applications available today and will mention that there is much research going on in this area to use this data further.

-Discuss the basics of the IEEE C37.118 protocol, and then relate the protocol to the settings that are present in an SEL PMU and also discuss the settings that one will find in an SEL IEEE C37.118 Synchrophasor software-based client.

-Discuss some troubleshooting skills that are commonly used for troubleshooting IEEE C37.118 protocol.

The goal of this talk is to introduce the audience to synchrophasors, and then dive into real world settings and troubleshooting.



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  • Date: 20 Oct 2021
  • Time: 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
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  • Starts 05 October 2021 07:29 AM
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Mr Anthony Leon Mr Anthony Leon of Application Engineer – Automation, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories

Biography:

Anthony Leon earned his BSEE from New Mexico State University in 2010. He was then employed as an electrical engineer at Arizona Public Service Company. He worked primarily as a SCADA engineer, programming and commissioning RTUs, communication processors, and ethernet security gateways. He joined Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. at the end of 2013 as an Automation Application Engineer where he provides application support and technical training. He is an active member of IEEE , and holds an active CISSP certification.