White Paper: Financial Benefits of Protecting Power Networks with Software-Defined Electricity

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White Paper: Financial Benefits of Protecting Power Networks with Software-Defined Electricity

White Paper: Financial Benefits of Protecting Power Networks with Software-Defined Electricity

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This white paper reviews how Software-Defined Electricity delivers digitally perfect power to every load in a power network at all times, preventing any fluctuation including transients from affecting load performance and guarantees the least consumption of power and the highest possible output for any given power network.

Table of Contents

I. What is Software-Defined Electricity™?
II. Electrical Losses and Anomalies in Power Networks

  • Electrical Losses Exist in Power Networks
  • Effects of Losses on Load and Power Network Performance
  • Effects of Losses on Generator Capacity
  • Effects of Losses on UPS and Battery Performance
  • Electrical Losses Constantly Wear and Tear Assets
  • Other Problems Resulting in Energy Waste

III. Technology Behind Software-Defined Electricity™

  • Digital Measurement of Electricity
  • Real-Time Synchronization of Electricity
  • Flash Energy Storage
  • Autonomous Power Flow

IV. VectorQ Series Power Controllers

  • VectorQ Series Power Controllers
  • Real Time Sensing/Computing
  • Power Electronics
  • Installation of VectorQ Series Power Controllers
  • Flip Switch Commissioning of VectorQ
  • Safety and Security of VectorQ Series
  • Fault Detection/Event
  • Failure of VectorQ Series
  • Cybersecurity
  • Scalability of VectorQ Series
  • VectorQ2 Power Controller
  • Efficiency of VectorQ2 Power Controller
  • Cost of Ownership of VectorQ2 Power Controller
  • Plug and Play, Zero Maintenance Operation
  • Projected Life Expectancy of VectorQ Series

V. Power Quality Rating

  • Average Uncorrected Power Quality Rating
  • Improving Power Quality Rating with Software-Defined Electricity™

VI. Expected Results from Software-Defined Electricity™

  • Load Performance and Work Output Improvement
  • Example 1: Reduced Data Packet Loss in Transmission
  • Example 2: Reduction of Power Supply Temperature
  • Example 3: Asynchronous Motors Operate Synchronously
  • Example 4: Improving Audio Recordings/Live Performances
  • Example 5: RF Signal Propagation Improvement
  • Example 6: Increase the Detectable Distance of RADAR
  • Generator Performance and Output Improvements
  • UPS, Battery Performance and Output Improvements
  • Power Network Stability
  • Automatic Impedance Matching
  • Maintaining Separation of Power Network from Data Network
  • Sustainable Surge Protection
  • Stacked Layers of Energy Savings
  • 1st Layer - Direct Savings from Loss Prevention
  • 2nd - Reduced Environmental Conditioning
  • 3rd - Optimized Work Output Per Period of Time
  • 4th - Expert System in the Power Network
  • Utility Penalty Reduction/Elimination
  • Demand Charges
  • Power Quality Related Utility Charges
  • New Layer of Data
  • Error Free Digital Data
  • Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring
  • Seamless Platform Integration Via API
  • Predictive Analytics

References
Attachment A: VectorQ2 Technical Specifications