Synchronized phasors (synchrophasors) provide a real-time measurement of electrical quantities from across the power system. Applications include wide-area control, system model validation, determining stability margins, maximizing stable system loading, islanding detection, system-wide disturbance recording, and visualization of dynamic system response. The basic system building blocks are GPS satellite-synchronized clocks, phasor measurement units (PMUs), a phasor data concentrator (PDC), communications equipment, and visualization software.
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Synchrophasors are currently being used by utilities around the world for system model validation, situational awareness, stability analysis, islanding detection, disturbance analysis, and wide-area measurement and control. SEL offers a wide variety of solutions to fit your application. Whether you are working with individual units or a complete system, SEL can help you design, install, and commission your system.
|Format||Synchrophasor Data Elements|
|PMU||IEEE C37.118||IEEE C37.118 Compliance Level||SEL Fast Message||Message Rate||CT Inputs||PT Inputs||Analogs||Digitals|
|SEL-2240 Axion—Modular PMU||2011 compliant||P and M class||•||1–60 mps||64#||64#||64#||30|
|SEL-311C, SEL-351, |
SEL-351A, and SEL-351S Protection Systems
|SEL-351RS Kestrel Single-Phase Recloser Control||•||1||1–60 mps||1||1||0||16|
|SEL-487V, SEL-421, and |
SEL-451 Protection, Automation, and Control Systems; SEL-411L Advanced Line Differential Protection, Automation, and Control System
|SEL-487E Transformer Protection Relay||•||1||•||1–60 mps||18||6||16||64|
|SEL-651R-2 Recloser Control||•||1||1–60 mps||3||6||0||64|
|SEL-751 Feeder Protection Relay||•||1||1–60 mps||3||3||4||16|
|SEL-751A Feeder Protection Relay||•||01||1–10 mps||3||3||4||16|
|SEL-700G Generator Protection Relay||•||1||1–60 mps||6||6||4||16|
|SEL-787 Transformer Protection Relay||•||01||1–10 mps||6||3||4||16|
|SEL-787-3E/-3S/-4X Transformer Protection Relay*||•||1||1–60 mps||12||4||4||16|
|SEL-311A, SEL-311B, |
SEL-311L, and Legacy SEL-351 Relays
|•||1 mpm–1 mps||3||3|
|SEL-734 Revenue Meter||01||•||1–20 mps||3||3|
|SEL-735 Power Quality and Revenue Meter||2011 compliant||P class||•||1–60 mps||3||3||4||16|
|SEL-2431 Voltage Regulator Control||•||1||1–60 mps||1||2||0||8|
1 Level 1 compliant for TVE and frequency range.
# A maximum of 64 CT, PT, or analog inputs allowed.
*12 CT inputs and the 4 PT inputs are maximum for each and a unit can not be configured with both of these maximums.
IEEE C37.118-2011 defines performance classes P and M. IEEE C37.118-2005 defines performance classes 0 and 1.