Prove the quality and interoperability of your TASE. Utilities are increasingly demanding equipment that conforms to open and secure standards. This ensures interoperability in multi-vendor environments and reduces risk in critical infrastructure. These factors are especially important in communication between control centres.
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Prove the quality and interoperability of your TASE. Utilities are increasingly demanding equipment that conforms to open and secure standards. This ensures interoperability in multi-vendor environments and reduces risk in critical infrastructure. These factors are especially important in communication between control centres. This helps you prove the quality and interoperability of components and solve any compliance issues during development. So that network operators can implement TASE.
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IEC part 6 is one of the IEC set of standards which define systems used for telecontrol supervisory control and data acquisition in electrical engineering and power system automation applications. A typical national power grid includes a hierarchy of control centres to manage the generation, transmission, and distribution of power throughout the grid:. Prior to the development of electronics and telecommunications networks all co-ordination between control centres was carried out by telephone. However, the development of SCADA supervisory control and data acquisition systems allowed remote control and monitoring of electrical plant from centralised control centres. Initially individual SCADA manufacturers developed their own proprietary "closed" protocols for communicating from a control centre to electrical equipment in the field. However, none of these communication protocols were suited to the requirements of communicating between control centres.
IEC 60870-6 (TASE.2/ICCP)
OPC Client for IEC 60870-6 (ICCP / TASE.2)