Russelectric offers customized SCADA systems


Russelectric, a manufacturer of power-control systems and automatic transfer switches, recently announced the availability of customized Russelectric supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems, enabling users to monitor system operation, acknowledge alarms, and review PLC setpoints and alarm history.

All screens are custom-designed for each power control system.

Rex Hospital’s SCADA system allows it to expand while maintaining reliability, redundancy, and flexibility of its emergency power systems. (Courtesy: Russelectric)

The basic SCADA system includes a dynamic one-line display with changing color codes to indicate real-time power switching device status and power source connection to the loads. Event logging, alarm logging, and help screens are also included.

Optional enhancements are available, including graphic displays of the physical arrangement of equipment, control panel close-ups, instrument displays indicating actual values, and the ability to initiate control functions.

Also available is an optional simulation system, based on SCADA system graphics, to enable off-line operator training without affecting operating system parameters.
Founded in 1955, Russelectric maintains manufacturing facilities in Massachusetts and Oklahoma, where it designs and builds automatic transfer switches, switchgear, and controls.

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