Four-Faith appeared at IEEE PES T&D and promote the construction of new power systems


On 7thMay local time, the 2024 IEEE PES T&D Conference & Exposition, the world's largest, fastest-growing and most professional gathering of the power transmission and distribution industry, was grandly opened at the Anaheim International Exhibition Center in the United States. At the exhibition, Four-Faith fully demonstrated its "Transmission, Distribution and Consumption" product series to global power utility customers, as well as its popular smart power and distribution network automation solutions, which received attention and high praise from all parties.

Strengthening energy cooperation and promoting the construction of new power systems

Latin America occupies an important position in the global field of renewable energy generation. Not only do Latin American countries have abundant new energy resources, but all countries generally attach great importance to the construction of new power systems and regard the vigorous development of new energy as an important means of promoting economic development. They have systematically launched targeted incentive policies for related industries and sectors.

Having been deeply involved in the field of smart power for more than ten years, the high-quality equipment, solutions and services presented by Four Faith at this exhibition attracted energy industry partners from all over the world to visit, exchange, and have in-depth discussions  on the sustainable development of green power with Four Faith's professional team.

As a popular product at the booth, Four Faith's fault indicator series products were repeatedly mentioned by the audience on the first day of the exhibition. Four Faith's overseas product director took the overseas three-color lamp fault indicator application solution in distribution network automation as an example to further educate the visiting audience. He explained the product features and application scenarios of the product.

This solution is suitable for 5~69KV overhead power distribution network. It consists of 3 flashing LED indicators visible at 360º. The flashing alarm of 3 different colors of LED lights indicates permanent line faults, instantaneous faults, battery low voltage alarms and line Ground fault ( flashing red light indicates permanent fault, flashing yellow light indicates low voltage, flashing green light indicates transient fault, and alternating flashing light indicates ground fault) is used to monitor the operating status of power lines and locate fault points in real time. It is a set of distribution line fault system with distributed monitoring, centralized management, and instant notification of remote transmission capabilities.


Four-Faith Relay Protection Ensures the Security of Smart Grid

Feeder protection is a vital part of the power system. Typically based on a comprehensive combination of multiple protection functions, it ensures the safe operation and stability of the system by detecting, locating and isolating faults on the lines.

To this end, Four-Faith once again launched two products, feeder terminal unit (FTU) and relay protection (IED), to realize intelligent monitoring and remote control of the distribution network, with centralized distribution control, feeder automation, power grid analysis applications and related equipment which applies functions such as system interconnection is mainly composed of power distribution terminals such as FTU and Recloser, and communication channels.

Feeder protection terminal is mainly used for overhead lines and cable lines. It is the core component of feeder terminal unit (FTU), ring main unit (RMU) and main switchgear (PSG). It has protection, control, measurement, communication, data processing, power supply Management and other functions. A variety of distribution automation logic can be configured to implement fault detection, isolation and recovery (FDIR) of feeders, thereby reducing power outage time, improving power supply reliability, and supporting intelligent upgrading and transformation of  distribution networks