Software-Defined Electricity is a blend of software and hardware.
The hardware, Software-Defined Power Controllers, are powered by Real Time Computing which is incorporated into the data acquisition system and processes all of the data mining, load identification, predictive analytics, data encryption and compression algorithms.
Real Time Computing also powers the Flash Energy Storage System, which is also contained within the Software-Defined Power Controller. It contains capacitive and inductive components and are able to supplement the network power demand with tiny charges and discharges, depending on the real time demand in order to digitally synchronize electricity, or in other words automatically match impedance in real time for the entire panel, regardless of the load factor or upstream fluctuation.
Real time digital synchronization of electricity prevents any fluctuation, immediately and consistently improving electrical efficiency and stability of renewables, microgrids, batteries, generators, turbines and more while opening access to a powerful new layer of electricity informatics that provide complete awareness of what is occurring in the power network.
Real time digital control of electricity prevents fluctuation in power networks simultaneously. protecting every load and improving their performance, allowing them to operate as designed, with less energy consumption and more consistent output. Learn more about Software-Defined Electricity and the importance of Power Quality Rating.
Software-Defined Electricity incorporates a tremendous amount of coordinated innovation beginning with integrating real time computing with the data acquisition to bridge the analog to digital electricity data divide that has existed since Nikola Tesla’s time.
Software-Defined Electricity increases power network stability, making them safer and more manageable with less downtime.
Read more about some of the network stability improvements when Software-Defined Electricity is installed.