APZ-20 is a signalizer and analyzer of short-circuit current flows. A detailed description is included in the group "Devices > Substation automation > MV protections"
The SO-52v21-AUT controller is designed to support in-door and over-head MV disconnectors. It integrates functions of measurements, controls, telemetry, fault indication, sectionalizer and multi-channel disturbance recorder. There are two hardware and functional configurations of the controller.
Configuration 1 – with „mAI-32-31”modules enabling one controller to realize up to three fault signalizers or sectionalizers and support over a dozen MV connectors
Configuration 2 – with the „mCA-01-01” module enabling one controller to realize one fault signalizer or sectionalizer and support over a dozen MV connectors
The SO-54SR-101-REK recloser controller is designed for complex support of the RC 27 or GVR overhead automatic circuit-breaker. It realizes measurement, protection, control, telemetry, automation and recording functions. The controller has a dedicated panel casing and is installed in a control unit designed for the RC 27 circuit-breaker. The entire control unit comprises:
The SO-54SR-101-REK recloser controllers is equipped with a dispatcher’s panel consisting a graphic terminal with a touch screen (LCD), a module with 8 signaling LEDs and an ON/OFF button. Additionally, the panel may be equipped with a key switch for local and remote operation mode.
The communication with the controller may be performed both by means of the dispatcher’s panel and a dedicated computer program used to configure protection functions, preview settings and states of inputs and outputs and read measurements. The communication may be realized locally or remotely thanks to the dedicated software.
The SO-54SR-101-REK recloser controller has also software interlocks which eliminate the possibility of remote or local controlling in the case of a collision in issued commands, ensuring safety of operation in this way.
The internal event log stored in the controller memory enables to define in the off-line mode outage causes and controller reactions and cooperating remaining external devices with 1ms precision. The multi-channel disturbance recorded (being a part of the software) enables to analyze emergency states and their causes, what increases operational reliability of an entire system.
The SO-54SR-101-AUT controller with the simplified automation function is designed to support overhead THO-type disconnectors. It integrates functions of: measurements, controls, simplified automation, telemetry and multi-channel disturbance recorder. The controller is manufactured in a dedicated panel casing and is installed in a telemetry cubicle. The control unit comprises:
The SO-54SR-101-AUT controller is equipped with a dispatcher’s panel consisting of a graphic terminal with an LCD touch screen, module with 8 signalization LEDs and ON/OFF button. Additionally, the panel may be equipped with a local and remote operation switch. Communication with the controller may be performed by a dispatcher’s panel or a dedicated program used for configuration of protection functions, preview of settings, input and output states and reading measurements. Communication with the controller, thanks to the dedicated software, may be performed locally or remotely.
The internal event log, stored in the controller memory, enables in the off-line mode determining causes of outages and reactions of the controller and other external cooperating devices with the 1 ms precision. The multi-channel disturbance recorder (a part of the software) enables to analyze emergency states and their causes, increasing the reliability of the system in this way.
The SO-54SR-111-REK has protections, measurement, control, telemetry, automation functions and may operate as a multi-channel event recorder and is used to support the THO-RC27 automatic overhead recloser circuit-breaker. The controller is built in the SRC-1 control unit, dedicated to the THO-RS27 circuit-breaker. The SO-54SR-111-REK is equipped with a dedicated panel casing. It has a dispatcher’s panel consisting of a graphic terminal with the LCD touch screen, module with 8 LEDs to which any binary signal from the controller database may be assigned, control LEDs – "Operation" and "Error" and ON/OFF buttons.
The SO-54SR-111-REK controller is also equipped with the following communication ports:
The controller is equipped with a multi-channel disturbance recorder which enables to record oscillograms of analog values, measured and calculated, binary states representing inputs and outputs as well as internal states of the controller itself. The controller disturbance recorder may be triggered by an event, operation or signalization of each protection component and switching on a circuit-breaker.
The controller has the following resources:
The device is configured using a dedicated program, pConfig. Apart from the configuration, the software enables to preview operation state, binary and measurement databases, read the event log and disturbance recorder.
The SO-54SR-122 controller with protection automation functions is intended for comprehensive service of control units of various types of overhead and indoor switches, operating in the MV network. The controller integrates the functions of measurement, protection, automation, control, telemechanics, and a multi-channel disturbance recorder and event recorder. The SO-54SR-122 controller has a dedicated panel housing. It is equipped with an operator panel consisting of a graphic terminal with an LCD touch screen, a module of 8 signaling diodes to which you can assign any binary signal from the controller base, control diodes - "Operation" and "Error" and ON / OFF buttons. The SO-54SR-122 controller, depending on the version, has the following communication ports:
The measurement of voltages, depending on the version of the controller, can be performed with the use of voltage dividers, voltage transformers or voltage sensors. The measurement of currents, depending on the version of the controller, can be performed using Rogowski coils with different conversion factors or a current sensor.
The driver has the following resources:
Binary inputs are adapted to the needs of acquisition of signals with a nominal voltage of 24V DC, from systems and devices typically found in Smart Grid applications. The standard binary outputs are intended for the implementation of controls in 24 V DC actuating systems. After agreeing with the manufacturer, binary inputs and outputs can be prepared to work with other voltages.
The controller is equipped with a multi-channel disturbance recorder that allows for the registration of oscillograms of analog values measured and calculated, two states mapping inputs and outputs and internal states of the controller itself. The recorder can be triggered by the excitation or actuation of each of the protection elements and by closing the circuit breaker. 
The SO-54SR-141 bay control unit with protection functions for an indoor circuit-breaker is designed to:
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The SO-54SR-301 controller realizes required telemetry and protection functions for a short-circuit flow signalizer and analyzer in the range of reading binary inputs, current measurements, phase voltages and detection of faults in MV lines. States of all inputs, values of measurements and signalization of faults are sent in the event mode or may be read cyclically by a SCADA system.
…more information about the device may be found in the group Devices > Substation automation > MV protections.
The SO-54SR-321 controller realizes required telemetry and protection functions for a short-circuit flow signalizer and analyzer in the range of reading binary inputs, current measurements, phase voltages and detection of faults in MV lines. States of all inputs, values of measurements and signalization of faults are sent in the event mode or may be read cyclically by a SCADA system.
…more information about the device may be found in the group Devices > Substation automation > MV protections.
The SO-54SR-901 object controller is designed to perform telemetry functions, resulting from the needs of the Smart Grid technology, including signal acquisition, implementation of controls and communication with other devices. In particular, the controller can work as an element of distributed tele-signaling and telecontrol units installed in MV overhead switch disconnectors drives cabinets and telemechanics cabinets in MV / LV stations.
Controller communication resources:
The binary input / output block has the following options:
As standard, the SO-54SR-901 controller is adapted to work with the TETRA system. As standard, the external radio terminal of the TETRA system can be connected to the controller via the RS-232 serial link or the Ethernet network. Parallel communication with the SCADA system in TETRA and GPRS / UMTS / LTE-APN communication is then ensured.
The device is adapted for mounting on a 35 mm DIN rail. 
The SO-54SR-902 object controller is intended for monitoring, supervision and automation functions as well as for signaling states in the power industry and industry.
The controller with a cooperating signaling panel can be used in power switchboards, in the automation of pumping stations, heating plants, wastewater treatment plants, control of compensation capacitor banks and similar facilities. The device performs monitoring, supervision and automation functions resulting from programmed algorithms, local and remote controls, and also provides signaling of defined states, warnings and alarms.
The SO-54SR-902 is logically integrated with the signaling panel, eg PCS-203, which performs the state signaling as shown in the picture on the right.
Thanks to the PCS-203 panel, it is possible to generate light and sound alarms as a result of defined logical dependencies for events coming to the automation controller.
The SO-54SR-902 controller has the following resources:
All interfaces and device resources are available on the facade of the device. The device is designed to be mounted on a 35 mm DIN rail. 
The USP-120-3 controller object is used to perform telemetry functions in the Smart Grid technology. Its main task is to collect states and perform controls in objects and devices operating in depth of a power network. The controller may be also installed in cubicles for MV overhead disconnector drives, being a component of a distributed telemetry and telesignalization systems.
The USP-120-3 is designed for installation on a 35 mm DIN rail. All interfaces are available on the front of the controller casing. The main component of the USP-120-3 controller is a highly efficient central unit comprising a dual core processor. All information connected with the operation of the controller, transmission state and diagnostics are stored in the event log. The USP-120-3 is equipped with the following communication resources:
The USP-120-41-FBVR automation controller is designed to operate the on-load tap changer of the MV/LV transformer. The device implements FBVR (Frequency Based Voltage Regulation) automatics.
The FBVR automation consists of:
Automation FBVR is an element of intelligent power grids (SmartGrid). The USP-120-41-FBVR controller allows you to monitor the frequency of the supply voltage, which allows to detect frequency deviations from the rated value. The frequency disturbance results from a deficit or excess power in the system. The power consumed by the user depends on the voltage. Using this relationship, it is possible to adjust the transformer ratio, which allows for a decrease or increase in power consumption. The controller performs measurement and decision functions based on the supplied current and voltage signals. In addition, it communicates with nap sensors. at the end of the line and with the Scada master system. A frequency deviation that persists for a given time activates the functionality of changing the tap. Voltage regulation is done by sending a tap change request to the OLTC tap-changer driver.
The controller can work in local or wide area GPRS/UMTS and/or Ethernet networks. It is also possible to convert protocols to another required for communication with a superior system or device.
The USP-120-41-FBVR controller performs the functions of authentication of control commands, in accordance with the IEC 62351-1: 2007 standard with the extension of PN-EN 62351-3: 2013.
The USP-120-41-FBVR controller is equipped with:
Equipping the modem with a double SIM card makes it possible to implement telecontrol and supervision in networks of two different operators. It is possible to connect any modem that supports GSM/GPRS/UMTS, CDMA or dedicated standards, such as TETRA or DMR, to the external interfaces of the controller. The controller supports any two communication modules. 
The USP-140 telemetry controller is used to perform telemetry functions, emerging from the needs of the Smart Grid technology, comprising collecting states and realization of controls in object and devices operating within a power grid. In particular, the controller may operate as an element of distributed units of telesignalization and telecontrol, installed in MV overhead disconnector drive cubicles.
The USP-140 controller has the following transmission channels:
The controller is equipped with its own, internal modem, performing transmission in the GSM/GPRS/EDGE, UMTS/HSPA+ and LTE technologies. The modem supports two SIM cards, what makes it possible to perform telecontrol and supervision functions in networks of two different providers.
For telemetry and state collecting needs, the controller has 15 binary inputs and 4 binary outputs to perform controls. The binary inputs may collect signals about a disconnector state, protections operation signalization, opening cubicle doors and many others. The binary outputs may realize controls of connector drive relay, control interlock disengage and other operations requiring switching execution parts.
The USP-140 device is manufactured in a metal casing which may be installed on a DIN 35 mm rail.
The USP-142 telemetry controller is designed to perform telemetry functions, resulting from the needs of the Smart Grid technology, including signal collection. In particular, the controller can work as an element of distributed tele-signaling units installed in telemachany cabinets at MV / LV stations.
USP-142 has the following transmission channels:
For the needs of telemechanics and collecting states from the facility, the controller has 10 binary inputs, which are adapted to signals with a voltage of 24V DC. They were brought out on the X1 connector. Signals from systems and devices found in the Smart Grid application can be led out to any binary input.
The USP-142 device is manufactured in a metal housing that can be mounted on a 35 mm DIN rail.
The USP-143 telemetry controller is designed to perform telemetry functions, resulting from the needs of the Smart Grid technology, including signal acquisition, control and communication with other devices. In particular, the controller can work as an element of distributed tele-signaling and telecontrol units installed in overhead switch disconnectors drive cabinets and telemachanic cabinets at MV/LV stations.
USP-143 has the following transmission channels:
For the needs of telemetry and collecting states from the facility, the controller has 14 binary inputs that are adapted to signals with a voltage of 24V DC. Optionally, the controller can be equipped with inputs adapted to 48V, 60V or other voltages agreed with the manufacturer. Signals from systems and devices found in the Smart Grid application can be led out to any binary input.
The USP-143 also has 3 binary outputs intended for the implementation of controls or signaling in execution units with a voltage of 24V DC. After agreeing with the manufacturer, the controller can be adapted to work with other control voltages. The controller enables authentication of control commands carried out in accordance with the PE-EN 62351-1 standard with the extension PN-EN 62351-3. The encryption keys can be sent from the central server. Authentication parameterization is performed using the pConfig diagnostic and configuration program.
All binary inputs and outputs were led out to the X1 connector.
The USP-143 device is manufactured in a metal casing that enables mounting on a 35 mm DIN rail.