With ›Wind Power Scada‹ (WPS) Bachmann electronic is bundling its sector know-how together with a future-proof and flexible SCADA solution based on pure web technology. Regardless of the terminal devices used, plant operators can gain a fast and comprehensive overview of the entire wind farm – right through to the detail of each single turbine.
›Wind Power Scada‹ (WPS), the latest system solution from Bachmann, is based on the functions of Bachmann’s ›Wind Turbine Template‹ (WTT) controller software package, which contains the most important structures and functions for the operational control of a wind power plant, and makes these available in the form of IEC61400-25 data structures. This not only considerably reduces the development and commissioning times required for the control software (operational control program) but also for the creation of the necessary visualization.
Bachmann WPS is based on atvise scada – a field-proven product from Certec, a company of the Bachmann Group, and therefore a visualization that is built with pure web technology: All types of visualization devices –smartphones, tablets as well as PCs and powerful operator terminals – can be connected at the same time.
With Bachmann WPS: For every operation level – from the control center to the farm management right through to the individual turbine – the basis is provided for an ergonomic solution. Provided the necessary authorizations are in place, the application can now be accessed securely from almost anywhere in the world with virtually any display device.
Fact box ›Wind Power Scada‹ (WPS)
- SCADA system for wind power plants
- Use of the OPC UA standard communication protocol
- Standardized data structure acc. To IEC61400-25
- High, seamless scalability
- Live process data on all visualization levels
- All visualizations can be implemented on a wide range of state-of-the-art hardware such as smartphones, tablets or PCs
- Standard user management for SCADA and turbine
- Online/offline trending
- Online language selection
- Alarm and data history
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