ROCOF, Voltage Vector Shift and Circuit Breaker Fail Functions added to NOJA Power RC10 and RC15 Controllers

NOJA Power Releases Upgraded Firmware for OSM Recloser System

20 June 2019 – In line with continuous product development schedule, Australian switchgear manufacturers NOJA Power have released Relay firmware for their RC10 and RC15 controllers. Forming part of the OSM Recloser system, Relay brings a functionality upgrade available as a free optional upgrade for existing users of the RC10 and RC15 platforms.

NOJA Power Release Remote Firmware Upgrade Features for RC10 and RC15 Recloser Controllers

NOJA Power Releases Cos Phi Earth Fault Algorithm for Recloser Controller Package

Connecting Wind Farms to the Distribution Grid using Reclosers

18 February 2019 – Evolution in switchgear technology has simplified renewable connection as demonstrated by a new Wind Farm in the Philippines connected to the grid using a NOJA Power OSM Recloser. This installation at Romblon in early 2019 forms part of local initiatives for sustainable energy development.

Switchgear Manufacturer achieves Certification to IEC 61850 Conformance

Evolving the User Experience

When presented with an ever-growing complexity of protection and automation functionality, modern Distribution Network operators are faced with a formidable challenge of interrogating and understanding network IEDs. It is, after all, their responsibility to have a solid grasp on the assets which they are charged with maintaining.

How Much Better is an RC15? Comparing the Generations of NOJA Power Recloser Controllers

New Functionality in NOJA Power’s Recloser Controller

As part of its ongoing commitment to developing the latest in distribution switchgear technology, NOJA Power today announces the global release of its latest Relay firmware This firmware version is focused on rapid delivery of post fault information to operators, saving utilities significant time in power restoration after an interruption.

Practical uses for IEC 61850 in Medium Voltage Reclosers

31 May 2017 Brisbane Australia – If a utility engineer has ventured anywhere near an industry conference in the last 10 years it could be assumed that they have been exposed to the new universal communications and substation definition standard of IEC 61850. Whilst it has been successful in the electricity transmission space, it has seen very little usage in distribution networks.