Technical Condition Management for a PV-Based Distributed Energy System

Authors

  • Sebastian Schulz Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau image/svg+xml
  • Jörg Reiff-Stephan Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau image/svg+xml

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52825/thwildauensp.v1i.22

Keywords:

Technical Condition Management, MRO, pv-system

Abstract

Distributed energy systems are a key success factor for the future and self-determined living in undeveloped or emerging regions. Education, culture and economic growth are significantly influenced by energy processes. In order to be able to use a built-up infrastructure, maintenance and condition control of the systems along their entire life cycle are indispensable. However, this can only be achieved if an independent technical condition management system can be established. Event-based data and warnings can be transmitted or retrieved at any time. Due to this, decisions can be made on the basis of the information obtained, which then lead to the maintenance of the targeted functional scope of the power systems. In the following paper, a TCM for pv-based distributed energy systems is presented. It consists of a low performance single board computer which can be connected to a cloud system with mobile communication and transmits essential data.

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Published

2021-06-15