Action₀NET - Lean Automation Demo - Substation
Modificado em: Sex, 7 Fev, 2020 at 11:30 AM
Learn how to build a substation in a fast pace
1 - Importing a component
- Copy the attached file Substation.tcomponent and paste into directory C:\Action.NET\Components;
- Create a new project and select the following options: Run>Extensions>Component>Refresh;
- First select the desired component then select the option: Add component;
- Make sure that the option Add and merge to project is selected in the dialog box then click OK.
- The next step is to build the project by selecting the following options: Run>Build>Messages>Build.
2 - Project Setup
- The first step after importing the component is to create an object.
- To create objects, you must select the following options: Edit>Tags>Objects;
- The object name can be defined following the model: <Substation acronym>_<Bay>;
- This object can be set as Capacitor (BC_SETUP), Feeder (FD_DW or FD_UP), Line (LT_DW or LT_UP), Transfer (TRANSF_DW or TRANSF_UP) or Transformer (TR) in the Type column;
- The Description column must have the same name of the created object;
- The Level column must have the correct level of the object into de substation;
- Right-click at the tilte row to select the Comment and Category columns;
- In the Comment column, NodePrefix and AddressPrefix must have the same name of the created object;
- In the Category column, you must select the NODE_IED option.
- In order to set up a device, it is necessary to create nodes and channels:
- You must select the following options: Edit>Devices>Channels;
- On this page you can select the desired Communication Protocol and create a channel with the following model name: <NodePrefix><Category Suffix (IED in this case)>;
- Configure the ProtocolOptions column as shown in the image;
- Do not forget to enable the InitialState before starting a device communication.
- Selecting Nodes instead Channel option:
- You can set up a node for the created channel and follow the same instructions to name it.
- The next step is to create the alarms, historian and points from categories and attributes already defined as comments:
- You must select the following options: Run>Extensions>Import>Deploy;
- A dialog box will appear, and you must select only the required items.
3 - Building a Substation
- To draw a page, you must select the Drawoption and choose or create a new display.
- In this example, you can choose the AN_MainPage display and insert all the symbols that you want by clicking in the Insert Symbol option and selecting the desired bay;
- To configure the symbol, you must double-click and rename the tag with the name of objects you created;
- If you want to change the line color of the inserted symbol, return to the Edit option and configure ZDIST object. The change will appear in the running project.
- Right-click on the object name and select Go to Template option;
- Follow the same instruction, but now with the ZDISTConfigure template;
- Right-click at the title row to select the Comment and StartValue columns.
- If you want to change the color, insert the new color code in the Comment column;
- To enable the change, the StartValue must be 1, otherwise the line will continue gray.
- Select the following options to run the project: Run>Startup>Run Startup:
- The username is SUPER and there is not a password to login;
- In order to interact with the inserted symbols on the page, you must change the tag values on the Property Watch;
4 - Device Communication Using IEC 61850 Protocol
- For this application, you need to run the IEDExplorer simulator;
- The first step is to open the SPF_11F1.CID file by clicking on the Open SCL File option;
- Make sure that the steps in the Project Set Up section have been followed before proceeding;
- Run the project with the Devices option checked under Run Modules;
- Returning to the IEDExplorer simulator, you must insert the correct IP (127.0.0.1) then click on the Run option;
- Right-click on the SPF_11F1 option then click on the Run SCLServer option;
- If you want to test the communication by entering values in the simulator, choose an object and find it in the simulator.
- Go to Edit>Devices>Points on Action.NET and copy all the points you want (pay attention to what you select, command points will not work in this test);
- Paste these points into list 2 of the Property Watch window and look for their address in the Object Properties column;
- Then search for the same point in the simulator and right-click on the point to activate Write Data option;
- Enter a value in the EditValue window, click on Ok and observe the change in the running project.
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