The use of Substation SCADA is a key point on the power grid automation, as well as on the utilities asset management, improving its monitoring and control capabilities, because of collected data by the whole substation automation system, like the IEDs, RTUs and SCADA. Representing a must onwards to the smart grids.
iGrid T&D has been working hard on the iControl design, a SCADA solution for substation automation which integrates any kind of existing device inside the substation control system, using I/O and communication protocols, ranging from old serial ones to modern ones, like IEC 61850. Making an easy and efficient tool to control, in real time, a substation or a complete grid, in real time with a minimum effort, and using always standard and open methods.
A complete and flexible SCADA software for substation automation
iControl is based on the flexibility to be adaptable to any user need, with multiple available architectures, like standalone, client/server or redundant, and the most used communication protocols.
If you are looking for an IEC 61850 SCADA platform, iControl gives you a perfect option to maximize the advantages of using this powerful standard, like the complete interoperability between devices. In fact we have a complete believe on it as a must for modern substation automation systems. iGrid T&D is having always in mind the need to migrate existing substations to the IEC 61850 standard, for that reason we offer solutions for a smooth migration to it, using our gateways and SCADA systems, to deploy cost effective hybrid solutions. Either mapping the existing IEDs into IEC 61850, using iGW devices, or collecting directly the data on the older protocols, like IEC60870-5-103, DNP3 SCADA or Modbus.
Just take a look at our devices to have a deeper knowledge of them:
- iControl, substation and grid SCADA
- iRTU, RTU device for high and medium voltage substations
- iGW, protocol converter
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