RTSOFT SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED PROJECTS AT THE FACILITIES OF ROSSETI YANTAR
RTSoft took part in the large investment project Rosseti Yantar for the reconstruction of power facilities that are significant for the Kaliningrad region. The company carried out work at three substations, including the supply and commissioning of SCADA system equipment.
In 2020, Rosseti Yantar reconstructed five priority substations with a capacity of 110 kV in the Kaliningrad region: Polessk, Slavsk, Ladushkin, Bagrationovsk, Ozerki. This large investment project is ongoing. After the reconstruction is fully completed, the total capacity of the power centers will be increased by almost 60 percent, and the quality and reliability of electricity supply to about 100 thousand residents will increase.
RTSoft specialists carried out work at three of the five substations: Ladushkin, Polessk and Slavsk. The SCADA system was installed on the basis of the SMART-KP2 software and hardware complex. It’s the company's own production system and commissioning was carried out.
At 110 kV Ladushkin substation, a pilot implementation of a digital substation in Rosseti Yantar was carried out, which will allow specialists not only to observe technological processes, but also to remotely control them. This is the first digital substation project for RTSoft, within the framework of which, in the structure of the process control system, analog signal converters and discrete signal converters manufactured by NPP Ekra LLC were used as process level equipment. In addition, for the first time, RTSoft implemented a solution with redundant connection group controllers, which made it possible to increase the reliability of the SMART-KP2 software and hardware complex.
At the 110 kV Polessk and Slavsk substations, a set of works was carried out, including the supply of control system equipment based on the SMART-KP2 software and hardware complex and commissioning of the systems.
The customer thanked the RTSoft specialists for their technical skills and efficiency in solving complex, non-standard tasks and expressed hope for further cooperation.