Substation Configuration Language (SCL)--common device configuration language.
What does SCL stand for?
SCL stands for Substation Configuration Language
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The first three-day session is scheduled for August 30-September 1, 2011 and will cover the basics of utility automation systems including: * Substation and Distribution Automation Fundamentals * Utility Data Communication Fundamentals * Cyber Security Considerations for Utility Automation Systems Following up on the foundation, the second three-day session is scheduled for September 27-29, 2011 and will be devoted to a comprehensive review of the IEC 61850 standards including: * Communication Methods including Client/Server, GOOSE, and SMV * The Modeling Process * Substation Configuration Language * Conformance and Testing * Cyber Security Features The webinars and seminars will be taught by Erich Gunther, Ron Farquharson, Grant Gilchrist, Bruce Muschlitz, and Brian Smith.
0 and European experience and provides additional functions such as a substation configuration language and a digital interface to non-conventional current and potential transformers.