Substation automation

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Substation automation

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Overview

Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you develop a substation automation ecosystem with equipment that monitors grid asset health by acquiring current, voltage and status data from various sensors for optimal substation operation.

Design requirements:

Substation automation often requires:

  • Simultaneous voltage and current sampling and data synchronization across equipment.
  • High-precision time stamping for data communication.
  • Real-time communication with redundancy for multiple industrial protocols.

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Technical articles Is a LiFePO4 or Lithium-ion battery better for eCall systems? 25 Oct 2016
White paper Enabling and integrating wired & wireless technologies for grid interoperability 22 Mar 2019
Technical articles Eight things to consider when choosing haptic feedback – part 2 18 Aug 2016
White paper Moving from conventional to intelligent substations 17 Jan 2019
Technical articles The D-CAP+™ Modulator: Evaluating the small-signal robustness 15 Nov 2017
Application note Expanding Analog Input Channels in Grid Applications (Using 16-Channel, 16-Bit, (Rev. A) 10 May 2022
Technical articles What is the difference between Code Composer Studio v4 and v5? 01 Nov 2010

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