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Model-Driven SCADA, EMS, PMS, ADMS & SAS
A Unified Digital Twin PlatformDesign, Operation, and Automation
design and operations must allow for safety, reliability, efficiency, compliance, and sustainability throughout the life-cycle from design, commissioning to operations. Strengthen your organization with ETAP digital transformation solutions
which increase design efficiency and provide deep operational insight for decision-makers, converting your data center power infrastructure from traditional to cutting-edge.
ETAP is utilized in mission critical facilities as an integrated electrical power system design and digital twin driven electrical control & power management system (EPMS) from design to operations.
Multi-Platform & Non-Unified Lifecycle leads to negative impact in terms of errors & omissions, rework, lost time, and increased costs from design to commissioning and operations.
ETAP Multi-Dimensional Foundation unifies design engineering and real-time applications enabling digitization of power systems at every stage of the electrical installation life cycle, from design and build to commission, operate, and maintain. ETAP enables efficient design, analysis, management, operations, and a complete digital transformation of projects, while adapting to evolving system changes, accelerating productivity,
and increasing efficiency while lowering total cost of ownership (TCO).
An innovative design alone does not ensure a well-built data center that will remain efficient and reliable throughout its life cycle. For each phase, proper care and action are required to meet the mission-critical facility's business needs continuously.
Faster Planning & Modeling
Accurate Design & Analyses
Confident Build & Commissioning
Intelligent Management & Operations
Connected Assessment & Maintainenace
Informed Transformation & Growth
Adapt Renewables & Decarbonize
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Strong incentives exist to faster plan, build, and commission data centers. However, the common reality of tighter budgets, understaffing, uncertain and dynamic IT load, and an obsessive need for high availability makes it difficult
to do this optimally. Planning mistakes & sequential tasks can magnify and propagate through later deployment phases, resulting in delays, cost overruns, wasted time, and ultimately a compromised system.
Templates allow for the utilization of reference, making designs data center design more efficient and predictable.
Connectivity Check with company-wide Rules & Auto-layout saves time & eliminates the guesswork.
ETAP-Revit bi-directional data exchange simplifies the electrical design process by utilizing the Autodesk Revit® model.
eXCAD™ Interface simplifies the way you design and analyze electrical systems by utilizing the blocks and attributes included in the AutoCAD® drawing.
Simplify data collection with etapAPP™
Network Project Management (NetPM™) provides a platform for collaborative engineering, using intelligent tools to shorten power system modeling and studies from months to mere weeks.
Connecting the ETAP Electrical Digital Twin platform to a larger ecosystem of complementary and collaborative solutions, we can enable a transformative role for customers to design, operate, and connect on
a multi-disciplinary scale.
Asset criticality, capacity, and growth plan must be considered when designing a data center. Multiple operating conditions have to be created, analyzed, stored and recalled for optimizing equipment dimensioning and evaluating network
resiliency and safety, based on country-specific codes & standards.
Dimensioning of equipment & cables using multiple codes and standards, including voltage drop, fault current, harmonics, motor starting, and other operating conditions.
Integrate Cable Thermal, Cable Pulling & Cable EMC in the same electrical system model eliminating the need to maintain multiple software and data models.
Unified with Multi-Dimensional Database enabling user-friendly visualization and management of design, and revisions or changes.
Multi-Result Analyzers, Plot analyzers, Data Managers & Protective Device Settings Reports allow comparing "As designed" and "As revised
Analyze parallel UPS configs with Load Flow & Short Circuit, Protection & Selectivity, & Arc Flash.
Ensure Power Quality & Harmonic compatibility and selection with correct harmonic mitigation techniques & harmonic filter sizing.
Use Contingency Analysis and Reliability Assessment to determine redundancy performance, for MTBF, MTTR & COI.
No matter how experienced an operator or a commissioning engineer is, a new site or design can constantly challenge them with abnormal situations not considered during the electrical power system design & analysis. Changes in and
commissioning sequence can get them into a position where it becomes imperative to validate an action before commissioning or operating the system.
Test Network Operations Center start-up and emergency procedures with or without eSCADA connection using ETAP Software-in-the-Loop Dynamic Simulation.
eOTS promotes continuous operator training enabling them to leverage engineering tools, gain insight into the performance signature of the data center as it transitions to full-scale operations, and validate
new control strategies.
eProtect centralized protection and asset management system ensures protective device settings are transcribed to the field devices correctly and made available to all resources responsible for the safe
& successful commissioning of the data center.
The number one cause of data center failure is human error. With so much at stake for Data Center owners/operators and their tenants, making the right decisions quickly and confidently is imperative.
ETAP eSCADA & ETAP PSMS transforms a Data Center EMCS into an intelligent and reliable power management solution for operators, dispatchers, engineers, and decision-makers
with crucial metrics including DCIE, PUE, etc.
Continuously leverage existing measurements and extrapolate pseudo-measurements to gain complete system visibility using ETAP State & Load Estimation.
Engineers & operators can run any "What if" scenario using ETAP Predictive Analysis based on real-time operating conditions, be notified of the risk, and enhance their decision-making.
Utilize Automated Fault Analysis System for faster analysis response to interruption incidents, enabling you to identify the fault type and its location and compare the sequence of operation
with the "as designed" system.
Effective post-mortem & Event Playback capabilities allow you to replay the events, understand system & operator actions, and explore alternative measures.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure—or in this case, millions of dollars. Apart from the immediate financial costs, the impact of reduced productivity, lost opportunities, brand damage, and potential data loss can
impose lasting trickle-down effects that may affect a business for years to come. Data centers can leverage their digital twin model to identify and avert potential failure points, saving both themselves and their customers time
Situational Intelligence (eSI) allows for continuous assessment of various contingencies in the network, providing insight into the redundancy & reliability status of the system in real-time.
Monitor harmonic power quality, draw baseline from 'as designed' vs. 'as expected' vs. 'as operating,' and evaluate harmonic mitigation performance using ETAP PQMS.
ETAP Real-Time Reliability Assessment helps analyze alarms and root causes and take meaningful actions based on a probabilistic failure model.
Typical data centers are designed with a life expectancy of 10 to 15 years. However, most IT equipment refresh cycles are 2 to 5 years. Datacenter operators need to scale critical infrastructure (power and cooling) and space to accommodate
explosive growth in computing power and storage. Critical power needs to be deployed modularly within an operating data center while it remains fully operational and reliable.
ETAP Electrical Digital Twin may be expanded while you continue to operate the electrical network and test the impact of changing single or multiple pieces of equipment.
Utilize ETAP Revisions combined with Real-Time or Archived Data to rerun the original set of scenarios or add new scenarios to the existing list to evaluate and assess during design & operations.
Compare as-configured maximum potential demand vs. current actual demand, as configured potential supply and actual current supply including Energy Demand, using Energy Accounting for Energy Demand &
Directly use real-time data to evaluate the impact of adding servers on various PDUs while factoring multiple system-level capacities - active, idle, stranded, spare, and safety margins (off-limits).
Sustainability is becoming a vital issue for data center operators. Investors, customers, and legislators are increasingly demanding carbon emissions reporting and 100% renewable energy use. Purchasing Renewable Energy Certificates
(REC) or Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) is a reasonable first step in a sustainability strategy towards Carbon Neutral, yet is insufficient on its own. While a virtual PPA may make a new renewable farm possible, if the farm and
the data center operations are not on the same grid, it does not address carbon emissions from those operations. Data centers must move to Net Zero and deploy renewable sources of energy on the local grid, so that the data center
will consume renewables at all times.
Leverage renewable energy modeling including; solar, wind, energy storage & var control devices from design to operations using ETAP Time Domain Unified AC & DC Power Flow.
ETAP Microgrid Control offers an integrated model-driven solution to design, simulate, optimize, test, and control microgrids with the inherent capability to fine-tune operations logic, during the design
phase for maximum system resiliency and energy efficiency.
Leverage ETAP Load and Generation Forecasting to predict data center load demand and generation availability to participate in energy arbitrage.
ETAP provides a comprehensive digital twin based solution from Design to Operations. ETAP integrated single platform solution allows for a data center facility power system within the safety and regulatory compliances. Further, it leverages the design
knowledge with operations data to drive continuous risk assessment, situational intelligence, and remedial actions.
Network Analysis includes modules such as Short Circuit, Load Flow, Arc Flash, Motor Starting and more.
Integrated Protective Device Coordination software
A complete solution for your cable system needs
Data exchange interfaces and power system model conversion tools to import and export via different formats.
Arc Flash software identifies and analyzes high risk arc flash areas in AC systems.
DC Arc Flash module calculates the incident energy for direct current networks.
Save hundreds of work-hours by this efficient new multi-user platform for project execution and management.
Distribute SCADA technologies with intuitive real-time visualization and analyses platform - eSCADA™
Power monitoring system and analytical tools to predict system response.
Integrated software solution to monitor, predict and manage diverse power sources and multiple operating conditions.
ETAP iLS dynamically and instantaneously determines the best load shedding priority.
Communicates with relays and ETAP Protection & Coordination modules to manage location, information & settings over the entire relays & electrical assets' lifecycle.
This cloud-based application communicates with relays and ETAP Protection & Coordination modules to manage settings over the entire relays & electrical assets lifecycle.
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