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Industrial Communications Protocols and Network Management – Chile
24 October, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 26 October, 2017 @ 6:00 pm
BASIC THEORY OF DIGITAL NETWORKS
Theoretical bases on networks and their elements (Routers, Switch, Firewall) and communication between intelligent electronic devices, with the aim of giving to the participant the tools of understanding the terminology and specifications of a tele control and control system (DCE-DTE, client-server) ICMP, SNTP, PTP, SNMP and more.
It is one of the first protocols and the most used in the industrial world, for monitoring and tele control. The first standard was proposed by the company Modicon in the 1970s, and has evolved until today with the extension for the connection via Ethernet network (Modbus-TCP). The benefits and limits of this protocol will be detailed, with a view to its use in electrical systems engineering and in comparison with the other protocols treated in the course.
It is an international standard prepared by the International Electro technical Commission (IEC) for the monitoring of energy systems, control systems and associated communications. Of the protocol there are several extensions, of which will be detailed:
IEC 60870-5-101 (IEC 101): It represents the basic application of the specific ones described in documents 1 and 5 of the standard and defines the protocol for the monitoring of DTE-DCE equipment connected via serial cable.
IEC 60870-5-104 (IEC 104): Extension of the IEC 101 protocol with the necessary changes to the Ethernet network connection and TCP / IP interface. Generally, for the energy systems, the IEC 104 protocol is used for the remote center and the IEC 101 protocol for the interaction with the remote field.
It is a protocol originally proposed by a subsidiary of General Electric Company when the 60870-5 was not yet a benchmark. It derived many of its quality characteristics by improving them. It is used essentially in the production and distribution systems. At this course, the DNP3 protocol is treated in detail and a comparison is made between this protocol and 60870-5.
It is an international standard designed for the integration of electrical substation devices. It is used essentially for the whole development of new substations in several places around the world. Many new regions are beginning to adopt this standard. It is also expanding its use in the generation of wind and photovoltaic energy and for the management of distributed energy resources (DER). The IEC 61850 protocol uses new concepts and advanced communication techniques to deal with data management and simplify the integration of applications and equipment.
Who should participate in this course?
This course is designed to train technicians and engineers involved in the development and application of devices in industrial environment and in specific production and distribution of electrical energy. It is mainly aimed at technical personnel involved in the design of architectures, installation, configuration, maintenance and start-up of electrical substation automation projects and tele control systems.
About the course:
Complete course of 3 days with theory and practice on the standards and the use of protocols for the automation of electrical substations and tele control projects, MODBUS, DNP3, IEC 61850 and IEC 60870-5 101/104
At the end of the course, the student will have theoretical and practical knowledge to:
- Understand the specifications and terminology of a control system.
- Choose the connection model and the most appropriate protocol according to the needs.
- Install and configure appliances and applications that use the treated protocols.
- This training is designed to provide valuable insight into the standards used in the electrical and tele control industries. Recommended extensively for the personnel involved in the implementation and implementation of automation solutions for electrical substations.
- In addition, the course will be introduced in an introductory IEC 61850 and comparisons will be made between DNP3 and IEC 104.