Pyrumas SCADA systems range from simple to large configurations. Pyrumas SCADA applications use Pyrumas human machine interface (HMI) software that permits users to interact with machines to control the devices. HMI is connected to the feeder, relay, substation and many more devices.

SCADA software receives the information from programmable logic controllers (PLCs) or remote terminal units (RTUs), which in turn receive their information from the sensors or inputted values which we have given manually. SCADA in a power system is used to collect, analyze and monitor the data effectively, which will reduce the waste potentially and improve the efficiency of the entire system by saving money and time.

Present day Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems are equipped with capabilities to monitor and control entire cities. With new edge devices and communication with the network devices the need for an end-to-end solution which can seamlessly integrate with each other is ever more greater. The big data arriving at high speeds must be analyses in real time for spontaneous decision making capabilities.

At Pyrumas, we provide integrated solutions for the power utility companies who can monitor the sub-stations with ease and gain deeper understanding of the entire distribution network. The Pyrumas engine makes it easier to visualize and analyze data in real time.  Pyrumas Team enables the distribution company to implement a variety of SCADA technology at a cost effective manner.  Pyrumas uses the existing distribution infrastructure of Substations, Feeders and deploys its IOT and Smart Grid devices to bring the Old Generation distribution Infrastructure to IEC standards.  

Pyrumas Human Machine Interace (HMI) Will enable the distribution companies to monitor the infrastructure with just click of a button.

Pyrumas SCADA system deals with transmission of electric power from generating station to the loads with the use of transmission and distribution substations. Most of the power distribution or utility companies rely on manual labor to perform the distribution tasks like interrupting the power to loads, all the parameter hourly checking, fault diagnosis, etc. The implementing SCADA to the power distribution not only reduces the manual labor operation and its cost but facilitates automatic smooth operations with minimizing disruptions.

In the event of any outages of power this SCADA allows to detect the exact location of fault therefore without waiting for the calls from customers SCADA gives an alarm system to the operators for identifying and preventing it. And also in substations SCADA automatically controls isolator switches and circuit breakers for violating parameter limits, thereby continuous inspection of parameters are performed without a line worker. Some of the functions of SCADA in power distribution system are given below.

  • Improving power system efficiency by maintaining an acceptable range of power factor
  • Limiting peak power demand
  • Continuous monitoring and controlling of various electrical parameters in both normal and abnormal conditions
  • Trending and alarming to enable operators by addressing the problem spot
  • Historian data and viewing that from remote locations
  • Quick response to customer service interruptions