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On August 14, 2003, the Northeast United States and Canada experienced an unprecedented power black that affected over 55 million people. A blackout of this magnitude was more than a brief inconvenience for consumers—the local economy, industry, and infrastructure were all damaged by the event.

The Northeast Blackout of 2003 highlighted the importance of upgrading substation automation systems with more intelligent, accurate, and reliable systems. The future of electricity is a “Smart Grid”—but this transformation will only be possible when the entire infrastructure is able to operate in precise synchronization. The IEEE 1588v2 standard makes this coordination possible.

Using a Time Protocol for Industrial Computing Networks
For the industrial computing network, IEEE 1588v2-compliant computers can work as the ordinary clock that connects with Ethernet switches to receive and synchronize timekeeping data. This timekeeping can be precise to even the nanosecond level, considerably enhancing the reliability of power substation systems.

 

1. Power blackout prevention, fault recording and event logging
In power substation networks, precise timekeeping allows the system to keep time-stamped event logs that are accurate to the nanosecond level. This prevents power blackouts by helping operators accurately identify problems and perform precise failure analysis

2. Complete power automation network with the IEEE 1588 protocol
In order to build a completely IEEE 1588v2-compliant network, the Ethernet switches, end devices, and industrial computers must all support IEEE 1588v2. IEEE 1588v2-complaint computers are still rare in the current market, but by deploying them now system operators can create a system where the switches, IEDs, and computers all work seamlessly together for highly accurate time synchronization

If you have more information about IEEE 1588 that you would like to share, or other ideas about using IEEE 1588 in other markets, try the Rcore Community: an open forum for professionals to discuss industry topics. Join the conversation today~

 http://rcorecommunity.moxa.com/forumContent.aspx?fff=ODQ=&ccc=NjQ=&page=1

 

 

 

 
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