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PCS-9700 HMI Software
  • PCS-9700 HMI software (abbreviated as PCS-9700) is developed by NR based on years of SAS research achievements and site operation experiences. It is the achievement of elaborate design and devoted in-depth development. It is fully compatible with multiple international standards (e.g.: IEC60870-5-103 and IEC61850). Advanced distributed network technology, object-oriented database technology and cross-platform visualization technology are integrated. PCS-9700 can meet the requirements for HMI system in conventional substations, digital substations, power plants and etc.

    PCS-9700 can be installed on computers with different operating systems (e.g.: Linux, Windows and Unix).

    PCS-9700 adopts distributed and expandable system framework that can accommodate different structures. Applications and databases can be flexibly configured on each computer node without modification of applications. System functions can be easily expanded according to user requirements.


  • Functions
    • Basic functions:

    Graphic user interface

    Remote control for CB/DS/ES & tap position

    Real-time alarm

    History event recording & retrieval

    Topological analysis

    Trending

    Report & Statistics

    Database management

    Authority management

    Graphic primitive management

    • Advanced functions:

    Web

    Anti-maloperation

    Voltage and reactive power control (VQC)

    Post Disturbance Review (PDR)

    Data retransmission to Control Center (CC)

    Protection management

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