Control system fidelity of electric energy

A. A. Chichil, A. A. Fedorenko, A. A. Skrypnyk, T. І. Drubetskaya


It is difficult to install consumers with faulty accounting systems, to discover areas of distribution networks with increased technological losses, and the place of theft of electric energy. To develop a methodology that allows, with existing accounting systems, to increase the informativeness of the component of the difference of distributed and consumed energy with virtually no additional expenses and, in the presence of an automated accounting system, to refuse periodic verification of the measured measuring devices and current and voltage transformers. The system for monitoring the reliability of electrical energy accounting at transformer substations has been further developed, which breaks the task at a level and solves them in stages. The developed system allows abandoning the periodic calibration of measured accounting devices and current and voltage transformers.


electricity accounting; imbalance; actual imbalance; allowable imbalance; control system; counter; losses

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