Controllers provide critical intelligence and automation to help keep the lights on for more people. They can quickly locate and identify fault conditions, improve system efficiency, or automatically manage line conditions or operations based on specific and customizable parameters.
Controllers empower smarter operating decisions and operate as the “brains” of connected distribution equipment providing:
- Advanced intelligence that is highly customizable
- Embedded cybersecurity with built-in encryption
- Expandable and scalable design for a changing grid
The electric grid has served businesses and consumers for over a century. From generation to consumption, grid requirements are quickly evolving, and utilities must modernize to keep pace with change.
Standards for controllers are defined by ANSI/IEEE 3001.2-2017.