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Introducing the OSA 5405-P substation grandmaster for smart grid timing

Our OSA 5405-P substation grandmaster delivers the precise and reliable timing that utilities need to leverage new smart grid applications, including intelligent power generation, distribution and control systems. Available with rack, DIN rail and wall mounting options, this ultra-compact synchronization solution reduces cost and complexity in timing networks. The OSA 5405-P also protects mission-critical infrastructure from the risk of GNSS outages with accurate PTP grandmaster clocks and network-delivered timing.

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Introducing the OSA 5405-P substation grandmaster for smart grid timing

  1. 1. Introducing the OSA 5405-P substation grandmaster for smart grid timing March 2021
  2. 2. © 2021 ADVA. All rights reserved. 2 Distributed control requires tight synchronization Power utilities need to improve their synchronization architecture Steadily increasing timing requirements Outages of synchronization networks can have a catastrophic impact Currently applied sync solutions do not meet actual demand
  3. 3. © 2021 ADVA. All rights reserved. 3 Synchronization accuracy requirements • Bulk metering • Customer premises metering • SCADA • Frequency measurement • Event recorder • Fault localization • Synchrophasor measurements 1s 1ms 1µs IRIG NTP PTP IEEE C37.238 2011 and 2017 “IEEE standard profile for use of IEEE 1588™ precision time protocol in power system applications” IEC PAS 61850-9-3 “Precision time protocol profile for power utility automation” Power grids need a combination of all timing technologies
  4. 4. © 2021 ADVA. All rights reserved. 4 Challenges with satellite-delivered timing • GNSS outages or temporarily degraded signal quality • Ionospheric disturbances • Solar activity • Jamming: overpowering weak GNSS signals • Spoofing: fake GNSS signals • Obstructions from new buildings and growing trees • Antenna construction frequently does not achieve clear sky view • Interference from high- power RF transmitters such as TV, cellular, radar and µWave Is GNSS your only synchronization source? You should be scared!
  5. 5. © 2021 ADVA. All rights reserved. 5 Resilient PNT is a matter of national interest Governmental requests US executive order on strengthening national resilience through responsible use of positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) services. Feb 2020 Many other countries have similar directives, orders or regulations Solution Galileo GPS Robust satellite- delivered timing Packet network Atomic clock Network-delivered timing The solution: combining robust GNSS receivers and network-delivered timing
  6. 6. © 2021 ADVA. All rights reserved. 6 Resilient and accurate substation timing Hybrid substation PTP Power Profile IRIG-B, NTP, 1PPS Core clock ePRTC Access clock Primary synchronization Global navigation and satellite system (GNSS) Packet-optical transport Combining GNSS with network timing for accuracy and resilience Availability: Combining satellite- with network- delivered timing Synchronization interfaces: Legacy NTP, PPS and IRIG-B as well as latest PTP featuring power profile Best practices: Applying multi-technology devices for seamless migration and resilient operation Backup synchronization
  7. 7. © 2021 ADVA. All rights reserved. 7 Synchronizing substations with OSA 5405-P Combining network- and satellite-delivered synchronization Ultra-compact grandmaster with 1GbE copper/fiber and electrical interfaces SyncE and PTP supporting several profiles Multi-constellation GNSS receiver featuring jamming and spoofing detection Wide range of client interfaces for legacy timing such as IRIG, PPS, as well as NTP Powerful Ensemble Controller combines transport and sync management with comprehensive GNSS and sync assurance features Multi-technology synchronization Recorder Teleprotection Remote terminal unit (RTU) Protection relay PMU Alarm QOS Substation switch 61850 LAN OSA 5405-P NTP IRIG-B 1PPS PTP Power Profile
  8. 8. © 2021 ADVA. All rights reserved. 8 OSA 5405-P substation grandmaster Electrical and optical Ethernet interfaces, IRIG AM and DCLS, PPS I/O, SyncE, GNSS input, PoE Integrated GNSS receiver, PTP grandmaster, boundary and slave clock, NTP server, multiple IRIG clocks Up to three concurrent GNSS constellations (GPS/GLONASS/BEIDOU/GALILEO/SBAS/QZSS) PTP grandmaster supporting telecom, enterprise, power and default profiles PTP profile conversion between telecom and power profiles Comprehensive synchronization assurance with unique SyncjackTM feature set Managed by Ensemble Controller and Ensemble Sync Director OSA 5405-P back OSA 5405-P front
  9. 9. © 2021 ADVA. All rights reserved. 9 Supporting multiple applications PTP G.8265.1 PTP/NTP enterprise PTP G.8275.2 PTP G.8275.1 2G/3G/4 G/5G FDD BS DOCSIS 3.1/4.0 and APTS MIFID ii 5G/LTE TDD/LTE-A BS and small cells PTP broadcast Studio PTP power IRIG Power utilities
  10. 10. © 2021 ADVA. All rights reserved. 10 Multiple mounting options OSA 5405-P rack mounting (dual units) OSA 5405-P DIN mounting OSA 5405-P wall mounting
  11. 11. © 2021 ADVA. All rights reserved. 11 Summary When timing gets tough, OSA solutions keep going Today’s power utility timing is not accurate or resilient enough NTP, IRIG-B and PPS need to be augmented for more precise timing Backing up satellite-based with network-based synchronization makes timing resilient OSA 5405-P is a compact grandmaster, cost- optimized for power stations
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