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Management of Alstom c264 RTU
Configuration in an Electrical Substation

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

 

PEDAGOGY

  • Understand the role of RTU in a substation
  • Ability to do hardware and software configuration of the C264
  • Ability to use C264 sustaining tools and databases configurator
 
  • Expert engineer for theoretical training
  • Practicals (dismantling, boards exchange, database configuration, etc.)
  • Possibility to partake in customer site visits

Length of the course: 5 days


TRAINING PROGRAM

  • Main features for remote access to substations
  • RTU architecture (mono rack, multi rack, sub-equipment etc.)
  • RTU HIM
  • Hardware configuration (types of boards, racks, dismantling etc.)
  • Overview of IEC 870-5-101 protocol for data exchanges
  • Utilisation of Computer Maintenance Tools –CMT- (RTU software and databases downloading, access to events recorder, statements etc.)
 
  • Expert mode for recovery after a major fault
  • Utilisation of the System Configurator Editor –SCE- (generalities, limitations for RTU configuration, HMI etc.)
  • Generation of a RTU database (analysis, I/O acquisition, transmission lines configuration, database generation etc.)
  • Implementation of a database in RTU and validation thereof

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

  • Understand the role of RTU in a substation
  • Ability to do hardware and software configuration of the C264
  • Ability to use C264 sustaining tools and databases configurator

PEDAGOGY

  • Expert engineer for theoretical training
  • Practicals (dismantling, boards exchange, database configuration, etc.)
  • Possibility to partake in customer site visits

Length of the course: 5 days


TRAINING PROGRAM

  • Main features for remote access to substations
  • RTU architecture (mono rack, multi rack, sub-equipment etc.)
  • RTU HIM
  • Hardware configuration (types of boards, racks, dismantling etc.)
  • Overview of IEC 870-5-101 protocol for data exchanges
  • Utilisation of Computer Maintenance Tools –CMT- (RTU software and databases downloading, access to events recorder, statements etc.)
  • Expert mode for recovery after a major fault
  • Utilisation of the System Configurator Editor –SCE- (generalities, limitations for RTU configuration, HMI etc.)
  • Generation of a RTU database (analysis, I/O acquisition, transmission lines configuration, database generation etc.)
  • Implementation of a database in RTU and validation thereof