Monitoring Of Distribution Transformer Using PLC

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COMPETENCYDEMONSTRATION REPORTCareer Episode 2AKSHAY KIRAN MURALIDHARAN
CE 2.1 Project InformationName of the project:Monitoring Of Distribution Transformer UsingPLCLocation of the project:[PLEASE FILL]Project Duration:[PLEASE FILL]Organization:[PLEASE FILL]Role and Designation during the time:Team MemberCE 2.2 Project BackgroundCE 2.2.1 Characteristics of the projectThe Power line communication (PLC) is the use of the existing power distribution modelto send communication data. The power lines communication procedure was slow in theevolving rate due to the fact that the lines were originally created to transfer power at the rate pf50Hz. However after the implementation of the X10 protocol it became easier to use the powerlines for the transmission of the data. The modern system of power electric systems is compiledof different modules like the alternators, transformers, transmission lines and the station bus barsand several other equipment’s. A module of the project is the use of a transformer do thetransferring of the electrical energy form one electrical circuit to a consecutive electrical circuitwith the help of electromagnetic induction.
CE 2.2.2 Objectives developed for the projectThe following objectives were developed for the completion of the project and to deliverthe best quality project to my university:To use the power lines for the communication of dataTo compose a system which should be small in size and also complete the min objective ofthe working procedure.CE 2.2.3 My area of workI had taken up the work for the implementation of the X10 protocol of the project. Thiswas the main module without which the project would be ineffective in usage. The X10 protocolwould be responsible for the transferring of the data through the use of the power transfer lines.CE 2.2.4 Project GroupFigure 1: Team Member associated in this projectAssistantProfessorProject LeaderTeam Member(ME)Team MemberTeam Member
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