Multiple bus load and generator control software

Emerson Network Power's ASCO Multiple Bus Load and Generator Control can operate up to eight independent multiple buses simultaneously as well as 16 gensets and 128 loads.

11/08/2013


Emerson Network Power's ASCO Multiple Bus Load and Generator Control can operate up to eight independent multiple buses simultaneously as well as 16 gensets and 128 loads. Courtesy: Emerson Network PowerThe ASCO Multiple Bus Load and Generator Control software by Emerson Network Power makes it possible for a single programmable logic controller (PLC) in ASCO generator paralleling switchgear to reliably operate up to eight independent multiple buses simultaneously with full, feature-rich functionality. In addition, when multiple buses are part of a 3-phase, complex tie breaker connected ring, the ASCO Multiple Bus Load and Generator Control software offers the flexibility to operate any combination of the buses as a single system, or separately when they're disconnected, again with full functionality. ASCO Multiple Bus Load and Generator Control software drives a PLC in the master section of the lineup. It controls up to 16 gensets and 128 loads spread across up to eight buses. It is suitable for both standard and mission critical applications, and low- and medium-voltage systems.

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