EcoStruxure™ Process Expert - Power Control Library

EcoStruxure™ Process Expert Power Control Library
Published by Schneider Electric

Features

  • Load prioritization and management
  • Function blocks

Load prioritization and management

The Load Manager module is used to connect and/or disconnect the various loads of the system based on the current needs of the system. The module helps to ensure the availability of the critical loads of the installation at the expense of non-critical loads. The load management system identifies the power availability of the system and manages the various loads based on their priority.


Main core functions encompass the entry of

  • Hysteresis
  • Unload time
  • Unstable time
  • Selection of priority order - Asc/Dsc
  • Load prioritization and management

    Function blocks


    GENERATOR
  • It manages a generator’s most characteristic signals and alarms. It is combined with the SOURCE block.

  • SOURCE
  • It represents an element that supplies power to the system.

  • TRAFO
  • It manages a transformer’s most characteristic signals and alarms. It is combined with the SOURCE block.

  • COMPACT / MASTERPACT
  • Model and control COMPACT NSX or MASTERPACT devices. In the LVPC Library, it is used together with the INFEED or LOAD.

  • INFEED - Circuit breaker
  • It can be combined with COMPACT and MASTERPACT, as well as with any ON-OFF device. It allows the simulation, interlocks, owner management, failure summary, and confirmation of alarms.

  • LOAD
  • It is combined with COMPACT & MASTERPACT. It allows the simulation, interlocks, failure summary, owner management, and confirmation of alarms.

  • BUSBAR
  • It closes the circuit breakers with voltage to supply power to the system.
  • Function blocks
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