When power outages can result in penalties and damage to valuable assets, having near-real time visibility and control over your network is imperative. Our Optimized Protection Variant of our Tornado radios provides the ultra-low latency and jitter you require to locate and control faults immediately.
How does a Ubiik Mimomax Teleprotection Link work?
The protection relays use the radio link to exchange data packets at 64kbps, containing power system voltage and current magnitude, and phase angle information. This information is used to determine whether there is an unexpected event or power loss on the line and to transmit information used to trip circuit breakers when a line fault is detected.
Interfaces supported: V11 (RS422), X-21, C37.94 or G703.
In a 50kHz channel, operating at 256QAM, latency can be as low as sub 2ms, depending on the interface used. Even in a 25kHz channel, all of the interfaces supported by Ubiik Mimomax can offer latency rates which sit below the stringent latency requirements of Category 1 teleprotection (i.e. less than 6ms).
Ultra-rapid visibility and control with latency rates of 3 m/s in a 50kHz channel and sub 5m/s in a 25kHz channel
Minimize risk of outages and associated expense from severe faults
Maintain system availability to meet SAIDI & CAIDI standards
What our customers say
Because our wireless radios operate in licensed UHF frequencies and have relatively wide-beam antennas, antenna towers can be skewed up to 45 degree angles and still retain functionality…the earthquake simply confirmed our choice of UHF IP radios as a mission-critical communications solution. There was, and still is, no other alternative.
Neville Digby | Senior Systems Engineer - Orion New Zealand Limited
If you would like to find out more about how our innovative communication solutions can provide you with the speed, reliability and data throughput you need for your mission-critical business, get in contact today!