AEL-FUSG Système de Réseau Intelligent (utilisateur final)

FINAL USER SMART GRID SYSTEM - AEL-FUSG

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What is a Smart Grid?

A smart grid is an electrical grid that uses information and communications technology to gather and act on information about the behaviours of suppliers and consumers, in an automated fashion to improve the efficiency, reliability, economics, and sustain ability of the production and distribution of electricity.

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What is a Smart Grid?

A smart grid is an electrical grid that uses information and communications technology to gather and act on information about the behaviours of suppliers and consumers, in an automated fashion to improve the efficiency, reliability, economics, and sustain ability of the production and distribution of electricity.

Why using a Smart Grid?

Reliability, flexibility, efficiency, load adjustment, sustain ability and demand response are the main factors that allow a better control over the electrical energy parameters.

The AEL-FUSG. Final User Smart Grid Trainer, developed by EDIBON, reflects all these characteristics and will allow the user to carry out real appliances related to current Smart Grids.

The AEL-FUSG Trainer consists of three main trainers and a set of static and dynamic loads.

The complete system consist of:

a) AEL-FUSG-M. Final User Smart Grid - Smart Meter Trainer.

b) AEL-FUSG-E. Final User Smart Grid - Smart Energy Trainer.

c) AEL-FUSG-N. Final User Smart Grid - Net Metering Trainer.

d) AEL-FUSG-LO. Smart Grid Loads.

e) Optional accessories.

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Des exercices et pratiques guidées

EXERCICES GUIDÉS INCLUS DANS LE MANUEL

AEL-FUSG-M. Final User Smart Grid – Smart Meter Trainer:

  1. Communication process with the data concentrator.
  2. Remote control of the smart meter relay.
  3. Real time monitoring of the energy consumed by the loads.
  4. Power factor comparison with different load combinations using the data concentrator web server.
  5. Comparison of the energy consumption from the utility point of view (with the platform integrated in the data concentrator) and from the final user point of view (using the smart meter display).
  6. Power factor correction using capacitor banks. The student can configure different loads and analyze the quality of energy in real time.
  7. Instantaneous measurement of the current, voltage, active power and power factor.

NOTE: All practical exercises above can be done remotely, as actual utilities do with actual Smart Grids.

AEL-FUSG-E. Final User Smart Grid – Smart Energy Trainer:

  1. Studying the increase in energy efficiency by using capacitor banks to compensate the reactive power of loads.
  2. Real time monitoring of local consumptions with induction, resistor or capacitive loads.
  3. Simulation of different consumptions and scheduling of the Home Energy Management System devices by the final customer.
  4. Study of the optimal load demand and programming the smart devices according to different programming schemes.
  5. Controlling and programming the loads maximum accumulated consumption.
  6. Programming the panel´s inputs and outputs.
  7. Illumination control.
  8. Temperature control system.
  9. Programming the moment of the activating of washing machine.
  10. Remote scheduling of smart devices (Smart relays, thermostat, different sensors, etc.).
  11. Developing switching schemes for appliances connected to the smart relays or thermostat with the management platform.

Practical exercises of AEL-FUSG-E Trainer with AEL-FUSG-M Trainer:

  1. Measurement of energy consumption at home or by an industrial consumer and comparison of this measurement with the utility´s register (smart meter).
  2. Simulation of different consuming periods and scheduling of the Home Energy Management System devices.
  3. Telemetering of the energy consumed by the loads using the data concentrator platform.

AEL-FUSG-N. Final User Smart Grid – Net Metering Trainer.

  1. Synchronization operations of the generator.
  2. Real time monitoring of local consumptions with induction, resistor or capacitive loads.
  3. Simulation of renewable energy generation through Generator-Motor Group.
  4. Measurement of the energy generated by the Generator-Motor Group.
  5. Net Metering. Measuring the energy consumed and the energy injected to the grid and, finally, measuring the positive or negative energy balance.
  6. Measuring of the energy consumption by the loads without generator.
  7. Measuring the energy consumption by the loads with the generator and the grid controlling the power flows from the generator.
  8. Net-Metering operations: selling energy to the grid.
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PLUS D'EXERCICES PRATIQUES À EFFECTUER AVEC CETTE ÉQUIPEMENT

Other practical exercises that can be carry out with AEL-FUSG Trainer (complete system):

  1. Measurement of energy consumption at home or by an industrial consumer and comparison of this measurement with the utility´s register (smart meter).
  2. Remote scheduling of Smart devices (Smart plug, Smart relays, thermostat, different sensors, etc.)
  3. Development of switching schemes through the management platform for appliances connected to the smart plugs, smart relays or the thermostat.
  4. Scheduling the energy consumption for optimal periods of sunlight.

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