YTL AMI data acquisition system!
In the smart grid, AMI is an infrastructure that can be designed and configured as required.
Not a single technology, but a multi-technology complex that enables intelligent communication between power companies and users.
It can provide users with the information needed to make decisions, the ability to execute decisions, and some other series of optional functions.
According to the data provided by AMI, power companies can maintain power operation and asset management more finely, so as to better serve users.
By integrating multiple technologies (smart metering, smart home, integrated communications, data management applications, and standard software interfaces, etc.) with the process of power operation and asset management, AMI provides a necessary link to connect with the power grid and users
And load, power generation and energy storage devices, these connections are the basic requirements for the realization of smart grids.
YTL current smart meter data-real time data
Real time data
Instantaneous parameters: voltage (neutral line voltage), current (neutral line current), active power, reactive power, apparent power, power factor, frequency, time, etc.
Power parameters: total active power, active tariff power, total reactive power, reactive tariff power, etc. (kWh data supports each phase, forward and reverse)
Demand parameters: total active demand, active tariff demand, total reactive demand, reactive tariff demand, etc. (demand data supports each phase, forward and reverse)
Support up to 30 pages of data items and display page is settable
All instantaneous parameters can be displayed, including but not limited to voltage (neutral line voltage), current (neutral line current), active power, reactive power, power factor, frequency, time, etc.
90 days' load curve, interval can be set
Data items can be configured, including but not limited to: active power, reactive power, voltage, current, frequency, etc. (three-phase support each phase data)
13 months of historical billing
Data items can be set, including but not limited to: total active kWh, active tariff kWh, total reactive kWh, reactive tariff kWh, etc. (kWh data supports each phase data, forward and reverse
Power grid quality events (including voltage, current, power, etc.)
Relay events (including overvoltage, overcurrent, overpower, etc.)
Tamper event (including open cover detection, magnetic field, current imbalance, etc.)
Routine standard events (parameter settings, power on and off, etc.)