Third generation substation automation
- Apr 27, 2021 6:35 pm GMT
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Human Machine Interfaces are already ubiquitous in electricity generation and transmission, from power plants and substations to wind and solar farms. According to the IEC glossary, it is a “display screen, either as part of an intelligent electronic device (IED) or as a stand-alone device, presenting relevant data in a logical format, with which the user interacts. An HMI typically presents windows, icons, menus and pointers, and may also include a keypad to enable user access and interaction.”
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