Power Analytics is an extraordinary new science that interprets the vital signs… and then uses sophisticated mathematical models to assess the health of electrical power infrastructure. Just as Business Analytics revolutionized the ﬁnancial services industry, Power Analytics is – for the ﬁrst time – enabling organizations to objectively and accurately appraise the integrity of their electrical power systems… and thus, enhance the security of their mission-critical operations.
Like a skilled physician, EDSA’s Paladin ® family of products knows how to check, interpret, and diagnose your electrical infrastructure’s vital signs. When it detects a symptom that warrants further investigation, Paladin® automatically knows what surrounding factors to scrutinize and, based upon its ﬁndings, determine when and where problems could be in the formative stages.
Graphic User Interface: Graphical undo & Redo, Graphical Alignment Tools, Group Rotation, Coloring Based on Voltage level (Theme Manager), Auto-Select
Certification Standards: International Standards Organization (ISO), the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), Department of Defense (DoD), NATO, Det Norske Veritas (DNV), and others.
Arc Flash Simulation: Based on test results given in IEEE-1584 and recommendations of NFPA-70E, this powerful tool helps safety engineers estimate the energy falling on a surface removed from a fault.
Fault Analysis: Quickly and accurately calculate the effects of ﬂowing faults in three-phase, single-phase and DC power distribution systems.
Protection Coordination: Designed for coordination of protective devices in 3- phase, 1-phase, and DC power systems, including transmission networks requiring Distance Relay Coordination.
Power Flow Analysis: This enables users to conduct balanced three- phase and single phase load ﬂow studies on almost any network conﬁguration imaginable.
Harmonic Analysis: It is required when devices that generate harmonics, such as rectiﬁers, arc furnaces, AC/DC drives etc, are present or anticipated to be added to the power system.
Sizing Optimization: A library of proven, powerful solutions for a wide range of frequently- used sizing tasks.
Reliability and Capacity: This allows engineers to accurately and efﬁciently evaluate the reliability of electrical distribution systems.