UF students, staff, and faculty with interest in the area of power engineering are invited to a free, hands-on demonstration of a mobile microgrid controller on April 12. Hosted by Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) and Power Connections, their local representative, this 45-minute demonstration provides live, hands-on experience with a microgrid controller operating a mobile microgrid in real time. The event is free of charge.
Location and Times
UF Physical Plant Maintenance [ Map ]
902 MAGNOLIA DRIVE, BUILDING 702
Demonstrations at 11:00am and 2:00pm
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The demonstration will highlight some of the leading benefits of SEL powerMAX® microgrid control systems:
- Microgrid resiliency with no single point of failure
- Distributed relay control and centralized Real-Time Automation Controller (RTAC) control
- Interoperability between gensets of different manufacturers, models, and sizes
- User-selectable dispatch modes, including relay local control, optimal economic, maximum resiliency, and maintenance modes
- Stable operation for low-inertia systems
- Plug-and-play system configuration
- Compliance with MIL-STD-TMS
Information will also be available on the full range of powerMAX power management and control applications—from microgrids on college campuses, military bases, and commercial properties to renewable energy integration, battery storage projects, and industrial power management.
Questions should be directed to Doug Freemyer at firstname.lastname@example.org.