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MANUAL ON SPECIAL ENERGY METER, DATA PROCESSING & COMPUTATION
MANUAL ON
SPECIAL ENERGY METER,
DATA PROCESSING
&
COMPUTATION
SPECIAL ENERGY METER, DATA PROCESSING & COMPUTATION NORTH EASTERN REGIONAL LOAD DESPATCH CENTRE POWERGRID

NORTH EASTERN REGIONAL LOAD DESPATCH CENTRE

POWERGRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED SHILLONG

MANUAL ON

SPECIAL ENERGY METER, DATA PROCESSING

&

COMPUTATION

June 2008

Commercial & Operation Services Department

NORTH EASTERN REGIONAL LOAD DESPATCH CENTRE

POWERGRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED SHILLONG

Foreword

CONTENTS

Page No. ……………………………………………………………………

1

Section-1: Special Energy Meter & Data Collecting Device

1.1 Special Energy Meter (SEM) …………………………………………

3

1.2 Data Collecting Device (DCD) ……………………………………….

6

Section-2: Regulatory Requirements of Meters & SEMs in NER

2.1 Metering Philosophy of CEA ………………………………………….

7

2.2 Regulatory Requirements of SEMs …………………………

………

8

2.3 Philosophy for Installation of SEMs in NER ………………….….…… 9

2.4 Utility wise Meters in NER ……………………………………………

9

2.5 Constituent wise Metering Arrangement ……….…………….………

10

2.6 Master Database of SEMs in NER ……………………………………. 22

Section-3: Meter Data Collection & Transmittal to RLDC

3.1 Data Collection from Meters …………………………………………

………………………………………………

26

The RS-485 Scheme

33

3.2 Data Collection Locations in NER ……………………………………. 36

3.3 Automating Meter Data Collection/Transmission …

37

………………….

Section-4: Data Processing & Computation

38

4.2 Softwares for Data Viewing / Conversion to TEXT File ……………… 38

55

4.1 Receipt of SEM Data at RLDC ………………………….……………

4.3 Appending Text Files …………………………………………………

4.4 Processing of SEM Data/Computation of Net Injection & Drawal …… 58

4.5 Finally Implemented Schedule ……….………………………….……

67

4.6 Sending Data to RPC ……………………………………………….…

69

4.7 UI Computation ……………………………………………….………

71

4.8 Post Processing & Data Archival ……………………………………

76

Annexures

Annexure-1: Write-up on RS-485, RS-232 Standards ……………………. 79 Annexure-2: VINCOM software for L&T meters – Deficiencies ………… 85

Foreword

Special Energy Meter (SEM) with Data Collection device (DCD) was conceptualized and designed by POWERGRID in the beginning of 1990s to take care of metering requirements of bulk power tariff structure (post rationalization) in India in line with ECC recommendations which paved way for ABT (Availability Based Tariff) implementation in India. SEM/DCD was, therefore a special metering package, aimed at fulfilling metering needs of ABT era.

North Eastern Region has the distinction of being the first region in the country to get SEMs installed during 1994-95, followed by Southern and Eastern Regions in the same year.

As per IEGC provisions, CTU (POWERGRID) is responsible for installation as well as maintenance/testing of SEMs in ISTS. RLDCs validate and process the meter readings received from various locations for computation of REA. In case of any discrepancy/problem related to meter/accessories, RLDCs take up with respective RTS for rectification. In nutshell, metering activities are very streamlined and carried out in a specific time frame;

(a)

Meter/DCD

Commissioning,

Maintenance,

Testing

CTU/RTS

of

POWERGRID

(b)

Weekly Data Collection/Transmittal to RLDC – Metering Locations (CTU, State, ISGS)

(c)

Data Processing, Validation, Computation, Accounting, Metering Philosophy, Identification of Metering Locations – RLDC

A metering manual cannot be complete unless all the above three activities are fully documented. A maiden attempt has been made by NERLDC to bring out

a comprehensive manual on “Special Energy Meter, Data Processing & Computation” by compiling all the relevant aspects of metering.

The manual unfolds with detailed description of SEM/DCD in Section-1 followed by the regulatory requirements with details of meter location in the region in Section-2. Section-3 covers in great length, data collection from meters and transmittal to RLDC with special emphasis on future road map to automate the system. Finally, data checking, data validation, computation and data archival, which are exclusive functions of RLDC, have been detailed in Section-4. Quite a large number of pictures and screen-shots have been used to enable any person, even not conversant with the subject, to also understand the entire chain of activity with effortless ease.

Other meter related activities like maintenance, troubleshooting, time synchronization and testing etc have not been included to restrict the volume of the present manual.

Section-4 on “Data Processing and Computation” would undergo

revision/modification once we switch over from the existing DOS based software

to ORACLE based common software (developed by WRLDC).

This manual would not have been in place without active co-operation and support from POWERGRID, NERTS as certain metering activities are exclusively carried out by them. We acknowledge the value addition by Sh. Ajoy Patir, AGM(O&M), Sh. Samiran Das (Dy. Mgr) and Sh. Abhijit Choudhury of T&C Department, Shillong, Sh. M. K. Baruah (CM) and Ms. Binita Sharma (AE) of Misa S/S. The manual has been drafted and designed at NERLDC by Sh. M. Hussain (Mgr), Sh. S. K. Saha (Dy. Mgr) and Ms. Pinki Debnath (AE) under the supervision of Sh. R. Sutradhar, CM.

Sh. S.K.Soonee, our ED(SO) is the inspiration behind this endeavor. His vision and guidance during 2 nd metering and settlement meet held on 3 rd & 4 th March’08 has paved way for compilation of the manual.

First version of this manual is being released now. Revisions would be carried out by NERLDC as and when need arises.

First version of this manual is be ing released now. Revisions would be carried out by

SECTION 1

SPECIAL ENERGY METERS

&

DATA COLLECTING DEVICE

1.1

Special Energy Meter (SEM)

LCD Display Optical Port Scroll Buttons R Phase Y Phase B Phase Neutral RS-485 PT
LCD Display
Optical
Port
Scroll
Buttons
R
Phase
Y Phase
B Phase
Neutral
RS-485
PT Lead
PT Lead
PT Lead
Lead
TB
R Phase
B Phase
Y Phase
CT Lead
CT Lead
CT Lead

1.1.1 SEM Concept

SEM is an Application specific Microprocessor base solid state energy meter. This together with a data collecting device (DCD) and a local Computer forms a powerful system of metering and data logging. This type of metering and data logging gives a unique method for measurement of all relevant electrical quantities. Taking help of the support software on a PC enables the user to process metered data and the data can also be viewed in a tabular format.

1.1.2 General Description of SEM

Static

Accuracy class of 0.2S as per IEC 62053 standard

Working voltage of 63.5V

Secondary current rating of 1A (A-type) and 5A(B-type)

Working range (-5 to 60 decC)

Real time clock (RTC) accuracy 30 sec/month

Extended temperature LCD for display

Rechargeable Ni-Cd battery with a push button on front panel to operate during power failure

Off line data collection possible for 6-7 hrs during power off condition

Surface mounted, light in weight (<2.5kg)

Mounting can be done on a flat surface, one hole on top and two holes at the bottom

1.1.3 Data Recording Format

Data recorded by the meters are normally not Windows readable. Therefore, data downloaded from the meters have to be first converted to Windows readable form, usually a text file, for computation and analysis. This is explained in detail in Section-4. Conversion software is required for this purpose which is proprietary to the meter supplier. All data of last 10 full days’ plus the most recent complete 15 min block data up to the time of collection is available. Last ten (10) full day’s data remains in non-volatile memory of meter and is available on collection of data.

1.1.4 Measurement Principle

a) Wh Measurement

The active energy (Wh) measurements are carried out on 3-phase, 4-wire principle with an accuracy as per class 0.2S of IEC-687/IEC-62053-22. The meter computes the net active energy (Wh) in each successive 15-minutes block and stores it in its non-volatile memory along with plus/ minus sign. The 15-minute Wh shall have a +ve sign when there is a net Wh export and a –ve sign when there is a net Wh import. Cumulative Wh reading at each midnight shall be stored in the meters memory along with plus/ minus sign. The meter shall store all data in its memories for a period of ten (10) days. The data older than ten (10) days shall get erased automatically.

b) VARh Measurement

The meter shall also compute the reactive power (VAR) on a 3-phase 4- wire principle with an accuracy as per class 0.2S of IEC-687/IEC-62053-23. There shall be two reactive energy registers, one for the period when average RMS voltage is above 103% and the other for the period the voltage is below 97%. The registers will move forward when there is VARh export and will move backward when there is VARh import.

c) Average Frequency

The meter shall count the number of cycles in VT output during each successive 15-minute block and divide the same by 900 (15*60=900) to arrive at the average frequency. The average frequency is stored in meter’s memory in 2- digit code neglecting decimals. In case the average frequency is less than 49.0Hz, it is recorded as 00 and in case it is 51.0Hz or higher it is recorded as 99. The actual frequency corresponding to two consecutive codes differ by 0.02Hz.

1.1.5

Operating Section of the Meter

a)

Analog Section: High precision Current transformer and voltage transformer step down input currents and voltages which are fed to an Analog to Digital converter.

b)

Digital Section: A powerful microprocessor controls the Analog and Digital sections. Analog to Digital converters are fed from high precision instrument transformers. The Digital samples from Analog to Digital converter are used to process the metering data. The sampling rate is 3000 samples per second which gives the meter an exceptional accuracy and results.

c)

Power supply Section:

A switch mode power supply (SMPs) unit supplies

power to the meter’s internal circuit.

1.1.6

Display Parameters

Special Energy Meters have the facility to display the following parameters:

Display Parameter:

Indication

Display format

1. Meter identification code

A

NP1234A

2. Date (day, date, month, year)

d

dd-mm-yy

3. Time (hour, min, sec)

t

hh:mm:ss

4. Cumulative Wh reading

c

xxxx.x Wh

5. Reactive Power

Pr

xxx:x

VAr

6. Average freq. of previous block

F

xx:xx

7. Net Wh transmittal-previous block

E

xx:xx

8. Average % voltage

U

xx:xx

9. Voltage high VArh register reading

H

xxxx:x

VArh

10. Voltage low VArh register reading

L

xxxx:x

VArh

11. Real time indication

rtC Fit

12. Low battery indication

Low Bat

1.1.7

Meter parts and overall dimension of the meter

187+/- 2 mm 15 mm 262 mm 77 mm 154 mm Mounting Holes 6 mm
187+/- 2 mm
15 mm
262 mm
77 mm
154
mm
Mounting Holes
6 mm
CUTOUT
25 mm
150
mm

325+/- 2 mm

Standardization of meter dimension along with positioning of mounting holes is extremely important. This would enable easy replacement of a meter of any make with another without re-commissioning activity like drilling in panel, searching appropriate space for positioning of meter etc. Dimension of L&T make SEM as shown above is to be standardized as size of the SEM. This has been decided in second meeting of metering and settlement group of RLDCs held at New Delhi on 3 rd & 4 th March, 2008

1.2 Data Collecting Device (DCD)

LCD Display Status LEDs 9-Pin Connector Power ON / OFF 45 key membrane keypad Battery
LCD Display
Status LEDs
9-Pin
Connector
Power
ON / OFF
45 key
membrane
keypad
Battery Charging Socket
D-Cable
RJ-11 Port
Data Cable

a) DCD is a small hand held terminal having 2MB FLASH RAM memory, capable of communicating with SEM as well as Computer. Both communications require suitable software to be present at either end. DCD is normally battery operated (9-volt), comprising of a key-pad, LCD display and a communication slot. It is used for tapping data stored in a meter’s memory and transferring it to a Computer. Each DCD is supplied with two sets of communication cables.

i)

Data Cable: RJ-11 (telephone jack) or round 9-pin male connector (D- cable) at one end for connecting with DCD and 9-pin female connector at other end for connecting either with optical cable or PC.

ii)

Optical Cable: A cable with optical head at one end for coupling with SEM optical port and 9-pin male connector at other end for connection with data cable.

**************

SECTION 2

REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS OF METERS

&

SEMs IN NER

2.1

Metering Philosopy of CEA (vide notification dated 17.03.06)

2.1.1 Types of Meters

a) Interface Meter: Interface Meter means a Meter, connected at the point of

interconnection with inter-State Transmission system (ISTS) for the purpose of

electricity accounting and billing. Meter shall be owned by CTU.

b) Consumer meter: Consumer Meter means a Meter used for accounting and

billing of electricity supplied to the consumer. Meter shall be owned by licensee.

c) Energy accounting meter: Energy Accounting and Audit Meter means Meter

used for accounting of electricity to various segments of electrical system. Meter

shall be owned by Generating Company or licensee

All interface meters, consumer meters and energy accounting and audit meter shall be of static type.

Note : Our focus is on SEMs which are interface meters.

2.1.2 Meter Standards

All interface meter, consumer meters, energy accounting and audit meters

shall:

Comply with the relevant standards of Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). If BIS Standards are not available for a particular equipment or material, the relevant British Standards (BS), International Electro-technical Commission (IEC) Standards, or any other equivalent Standards shall be followed.

Provided that whenever an International Standard or IEC Standard is followed, necessary corrections of modifications shall be made for nominal system frequency, nominal system voltage, ambient temperature, humidity and other conditions prevailing in India before actual adaption of the said Standard.

2.1.3 Accuracy Class of Meters

Every meter shall meet the following requirements of accuracy class as specified in the standards.

Interface Meter ……………………………………. 0.2S Consumer meters Upto 650 Volts ………………………….…. 1.0S

Above 650 Volts & upto 33kV ……………. 0.5S

Above 33kV ………………………………

0.2S

Energy accounting and audit meters ……………

0.2S

Accuracy of meters in Generation and Transmission system will be of 0.2S class.

2.1.4

Testing of Meters

Meters shall be tested at site at least once in five years or whenever the accuracy is suspected or the readings are inconsistent with the readings of the other meters. The testing must be carried out through National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) or any accredited test laboratory and recalibrated if required at manufacture’s works. The test must be carried out without removing the CTs and VTs connection

2.1.5 Location of Meters

Location

Main Meter

Check Meter

Standby Meter

Generating

On all outgoing feeders

On all outgoing feeders

HV side of GT HV side of Station Aux. Transformers

Station

 

At one end of the line between the S/Ss of the same licensee and at the both ends of the line between S/Ss of two different licensees. Meters at both ends shall be considered as main meter.

 

There shall be no separate standby

Transmission

System

----

meter.Meter installed at other ends of the

lines in case two different licensees shall work as standby meter.

ICT

HV side of ICT

-----

LV side of ICT

2.2 Regulatory Requirements of SEMs (IEGC April’2006 issue)

The following requirements are clearly stated in IEGC as regards SEMs:

a) The Special Energy Meters shall be static type, composite meters, installed circuit-wise, as self-contained device for measurement of Active and Reactive energy and certain other parameters.

b) The meters shall store the data in their memories for a period of ten (10) days. The data older than 10-days shall get erased automatically.

c) The Active energy measurement shall be carried out on a 3-phase, 4-wire principle with an accuracy as per class 0.2S of IEC-687/IEC-62053-22.

d) The VAR and reactive energy measurement shall be on 3-phase, 4-wire principle with an accuracy as per class 0.2S of IEC-62053-23. There shall be two reactive energy registers, one for the period when average RMS voltage is above 103% and the other for the period when the voltage is below 97%.

e) The 15-minute Wh shall have a +ve sign when there is a net Wh export from S/S busbars, and a –ve sign when there is a net Wh import.

f) The three line-to-neutral voltages shall be continuously monitored, and in case these falls below 70%, the condition shall be suitably indicated and recorded.

g) The meters shall be totally sealed and tamper-proof, with no possibility of any adjustment at site except for a restricted clock correction.

h) Full testing for accuracy for every meter shall be carried out by the CTU at accredited laboratory once in every five (5) years.

i) The current a voltage transformers to which the above special energy meters are connected shall have measurement accuracy class of 0.5 or better.

2.3 Philosophy for Installation of SEMs in NER

(A) Main meters

a) On all outgoing EHV feeders emanating from an ISGS

b) On all identified inlet points of a state connected by EHV feeders.

(B) Back up meters

a) On EHV side of all GTs and STs at an ISGS.

b) On one side of each CTU line connected between two CTU S/Ss

c) On one side of each ICT connected between two EHV buses in CTU S/Ss.

d) At CTU end of all EHV lines connected to State inlet points.

Philosophy adopted in NER before issue of CEA Metering Regulation, however, fulfils CEA metering philosophy.

2.4 Utility wise Meters in NER

Sl.

Utilities

No. of

Secure Make

L&T

Total

No.

Locations

A-Type

B-Type

Make

1

AGBPP (NEEPCO)

1

-

-

15

15

2

AGTPP (NEEPCO)

1

9

-

-

9

3

DOYANG (NEEPCO)

1

-

-

8

8

4

KHANDONG (NEEPCO)

1

13

-

-

13

5

KOPILI (NEEPCO)

1

7

-

-

7

6

KOPILI-II (NEEPCO)

1

2

-

-

2

7

RANGANADI (NEEPCO)

1

-

-

11

11

8

LOKTAK (NHPC)

1

8

-

-

8

9

Arunachal Pradesh

2

1

-

1

2

10

Assam

14

17

3

4

24

11

Manipur

3

5

-

-

5

12

Meghalaya

4

7

-

-

7

13

Mizoram

2

5

-

-

5

14

Nagaland

3

5

-

-

5

15

Tripura

5

6

1

-

7

16

POWERGRID

15

25

-

48

73

 

TOTAL

56

110

4

87

201

2.5

Contituent wise Metering Arrangement

The metering arrangements for the constituents of NER are shown below:

AR. PRADESH interconnection with Grid

 

AR-07

KT-14

 
     

A

      A C E
      A C E

C

E

A

Deomali

AS-48

R.

AR-06

RN-11

N

  T
 
  T

T

S

 

Namsai

 
S   Namsai  

Rupai

Ziro

Ranganadi

R

   

P

Bokajan

R

AS-54

AS-55

A

S

S   L
S   L
 
S   L

L

       
 

AS-49

 

A

Balipara Khupi ICT

S

    AS-49   A Balipara Khupi ICT S A     D   E Lekhapani

A

   

D

 

E

Lekhapani

Jairampur

 

AR-01

 

E

  E C
  E C

C

   

T

M

S

Nirjuli TRF-I

O

H

 

AR-02

R

   
   
   
 

LEGEND

 

Nirjuli TRF-II

 
     

Nirjuli

Main Meter AR-05   AR-03 Tapping

Main Meter

AR-05

Main Meter AR-05   AR-03 Tapping
 

AR-03Tapping

Tapping

Back Up Meter 33KV Line

Naharlagun

 
   

132KV Line

   

RN-01132KV Line    

220KV State

132KV State

 

Ranganadi

Following main and back up meters are used for calculating Ar. Pradesh state drawal. Location ID of AP SEM is denoted as AR-XX (where XX is ID no. of meters).

MAIN METERS

BACK UP METERS

LOC ID

Feeder Name

LOC ID

AR-01

Nirjuli Transformer Incomer-I

*

AR-02

Nirjuli Transformer Incomer-II

*

AR-05

132 KV Naharlagun Feeder

(AR-03)+(RN-01)

AR-06

132 KV Ziro Ranganadi Feeder

RN-11

KT-14

132 KV Deomali Kathalguri

AR-07

AS-54

Balipara Khupi ICT

AS-55

AS-48

33 KV Rupai Namsai

**

AS-49

33 KV Lekhapani Jairampur

**

* Using net bus of Nirjuli(PG) substation.

** No back up for SEMs at 33 KV feeders, average reading of previous period taken in case of non-availbility of meter reading.

Fictitious meters are physically non-existent and are introduced for convenience of computation. For Net Drawal of Ar. Pradesh, one fictitious meter AR-51 is used.

(AR-51) = -(AR-01) - (AR-02) - (AR-05) - (AR-06) + (KT-14) + (AS-54) + (AS-48) + (AS-49)

In fictitious meter, ( - ) is used if SEM is installed at inlet/injection point end. ( + ) is used if SEM is installed at the other end.

ASEB interconnection with Grid

     

AS-15

AS-31

 

T

 
T  
T  

R

TR-06

AS-08

 

C

I

I BTPS-II AS-16 Salakati AS-30
I BTPS-II AS-16 Salakati AS-30

BTPS-II

AS-16

Salakati

AS-30

P

 
   
   
   

U

DNagar

 

D’Cherra

 

E

R

BTPS-I

Salakati

A

 

Bokajan

A

AS-17

AS-38

 
  N
  N

N

   

Samaguri-I

 

Misa

AS-18

AS-39

 

Namsai

 

AS-48

T

 
 
 
 
  Samaguri-II    

Samaguri-II

   
 

Rupai

 

Misa

A

AS-19

AS-42

R

P

AS-49

 
P AS-49  
P AS-49  
 
Samaguri Balipara A

Samaguri

Balipara

A

Rupai

Jairampur

 
 

L’Pani

S

AS-03

KT-01

 
   
   
   
 

N’mora

AS-46

 

Mariani

Kathalguri

L

 
  AS-04 AS-37

AS-04

AS-37

N

   
N    
N    
 

G’gaon

 

A

G

Mariani

 

Misa

Chanki

AS-47

AS-47

AS-05

NG-08

   
   
   

A

L

A

NG-03

NG-03

Mariani

AS-12

Mariani AS-12

E

Mariani

AS-07

Dimapur

AS- 22

S

E

N

Dimapur

Bokajan

B’pur(ASEB) B ’ P u r ( P G )
B’pur(ASEB) B ’ P u r ( P G )

B’pur(ASEB) BPur(PG)

D

NG-12

AS-52

 

AS-10

MN-06

C

 
 
 
 
 

M’Chang

 

Mariani

P’Pool

Jiribam

 

T

 

AS-02

AS-13

AG-04

 

ME-04

 

M

E

M E  
M E  
 
M E  
M E  
   

Umtru-II

Kahelipara

Gohpur

Nirjuli

O

ME-03

AS-01

 

G

G AS-53 KT-15
G AS-53 KT-15

AS-53

KT-15

   

Umtru-I

   

Kahelipara

 

R

   
   
   

H

A

ME-07

ME -07

AS-09

AS-09

B

Tinsukia

Kathalguri

AS-11

 

L

Stage-IV

Ckt-I

S’Sujai

 
Haflong Consumption
Haflong Consumption

Haflong Consumption

A

ME-05

ME -05

AS-50

AS-50
 

AS-14

Y

A

Stage-IV

Ckt-II

S’Sujai

 
Umrangsoo Consumption
Umrangsoo Consumption

Umrangsoo Consumption

ME-01

ME -01

AS-06

AS-06
 

KK-20

Lumshong

 
Lumshong  
Lumshong  
   

33KV Damsite(NEEPCo)

LEGEND

Main Meter Back Up Meter 33KV Line Back Up Meter 33KV Line

132KV Line

220KV LineMain Meter Back Up Meter 33KV Line 132KV Line 220KV State

220KV State

Following main and back up meters are used for calculating Assam state drawal. Location ID of Assam meters is denoted as AS-XX (where XX is ID no. of meters).

MAIN METERS

BACK UP METERS

LOC ID

Feeder Name

LOC ID

AS-01

132 KV Kahelipara Umtru Feeder-I

ME-03

AS-02

132 KV Kahelipara of Umtru Feeder-II

ME-04

AS-03

220 KV Mariani Kathalguri

KT-01

AS-04

220 KV Mariani Misa

AS-37

AS-05

132 KV Mariani Dimapur

NG-08

AS-06

132 KV Badarpur Lumshong

ME-01

AS-07

132 KV Badarpur (ASEB) Badarpur (PG)

AS-22

AS-08

132 KV Dullavcherra Dharmanagar

TR-06

AS-09

132 KV Sarusujai Stage-IV feeder-I

ME-07

AS-10

132 KV Pailapool

Jiribam

MN-06

AS-11

(ZZ-07)-(MN-08)

AS-12

132 KV Haflong Consumption 132 KV Bokajan Dimapur

NG-03

AS-13

AG-04

AS-14

132 KV Gohpur Nirjuli 132 KV Umrangsoo Consumption

(KK-10)-(KK-09)

AS-15

220 KV BTPS

Salakati-II

AS-31

AS-16

220 KV BTPS

Salakati-I

AS-30

AS-17

220 KV Samaguri Misa-I

AS-38

AS-18

220 KV Samaguri Misa-II

AS-39

AS-19

220 KV Samaguri Balipara-I

AS-42

AS-20

Samaguri Balipara-II

AS-43

AS-46

33 KV Gorgaon Naginimora Feeder

*

AS-47

33 KV Mariani Chanki Feeder

*

AS-48

33 KV Rupai Namsai Feeder

*

AS-49

33 KV Lekhapani Jairampur Feeder

*

AS-50

132 KV Sarusujai Stage-IV feeder-II

ME-05

AS-52

132 KV Mariani Mokokchang

NG-12

KK-20

33 KV Damsite feeder (NEEPCO)

#

KT-15

220 KV Tinsukia Kathalguri

AS-53

* No back up for SEMs at 33 KV feeders, average reading of previous period taken in case of non-availbility of meter reading. # Back up for this feeder is determined from the operational configuration at the 33 KV level.

For Net Drawal of Assam, two fictitious meters AS-51 & AS-61 are used.

Assam Drawal = (AS-51) + (AS-61)

(AS-51) = - (AS-01) - (AS-02) - (AS-03) - (AS-04) - (AS-05) - (AS-06) - (AS-07)

- (AS-08) - (AS-09) - (AS-10) + (AS-11) - (AS-12) - (AS-13) +(AS-14)

- (AS-15) - (AS-16) - (AS-17) - (AS-18) + (AS-42) - (AS-52)

(AS-61) = - (AS-46)*1.0309 - (AS-47)*1.0309 - (AS-48)*1.0309 - (AS-49)*1.0309 + (KK-20) + (KT-15) - (AS-50)

In case of 33 KV feeders a factor of 1.0309 is used at the sending end (ASEB) presuming 4% loss is being incurred by ASEB for wheeling of power through these feeders (As mutually agreed).

Manipur interconnection with Grid

N

   

MN-01

MN-05

 

A

M

A M C
A M C

C

 

G

Ybam

Imphal

E

A

Kohima

MN-03

A

 

N

T
T

T

L

 

A

NG-02

Karong

 

R

N

 

N

Bokajan

A

D

MN-02

LO-04

L

 

I

 
Bokajan A D MN -02 LO -04 L   I     L EGEND N’Kong Loktak
Bokajan A D MN -02 LO -04 L   I     L EGEND N’Kong Loktak
 

LEGEND

N’Kong

Loktak

S

     

E

   

P

 

Main Meter Back Up Meter 132KV Line Back Up Meter 132KV Line Back Up Meter 132KV Line

C

U

 

MN-04

T

O

Main Meter Back Up Meter 132KV Line C U   MN -04 T O   R
Main Meter Back Up Meter 132KV Line C U   MN -04 T O   R
 

R

Jiribam Consumption

R

 

Following main and back up meters are used for calculating Manipur state drawal. Location ID of Manipur meters is denoted as MN-XX (where XX is ID no. of meters).

MAIN METERS

BACK UP METERS

LOC ID

Feeder Name

LOC ID

MN-01

132 KV Yurembam Imphal (PG)

MN-05

MN-02

132 KV Ningthoukhong Loktak

LO-04

MN-03

132 KV Karong Kohima

NG-02

MN-04

Jiribam Consumption

*

* Using net bus of Jiribam substation.

For Net Drawal of Manipur, one fictitious meter MN-51 is used.

MN-51 = - (MN-01) + (LO-04) - (MN-03) + (MN-04)

MEGHALAYA interconnection with Grid

 

AS-02

ME-04

     
 
  M

M

Kahelipara

Kahelipara

 

Umtru-II

ME-02

Ckt-I

KHLT(PG)

E

 
E  
E  

A

   

C

AS-01

ME-03

 

KHLT(MeSEB)

ME-06

G    
G    

G

   

S

   

T

Kahelipara

 

Umtru-I

H

Bokajan

ME-08

KHLT(PG)

 

AS-09

 

ME-07

ME-07
 
  AS-09   ME-07   Ckt-II U

Ckt-II

  AS-09   ME-07   Ckt-II U

U

 

S

S A KHLT(MeSEB) ME -09

A

KHLT(MeSEB)

ME-09

     

S’Sujai

Ckt-I

Stage-IV

L

 

A

AS-50

ME-05

 

A

 

LEGEND

 
 
   
   
 
 

M

S’Sujai

Ckt-II

Stage-IV

Y

   

Main MeterM S’Sujai Ckt-II Stage-IV Y    

AS-06

ME-01

Back Up MeterAS-06 ME -01

A
A

A

 

Badarpur

Lumshong

 

132KV Line

Following main and back up meters are used for calculating Meghalaya state drawal. Location ID of Meghalaya meters is denoted as ME-XX (where XX is ID no. of meters).

MAIN METERS

BACK UP METERS

LOC ID

Feeder Name

LOC ID

ME-01

132 KV Lumshong Badarpur

AS-06

ME-02

132 KV Khleriat(MeSEB) Khleriat (PG)-I

ME-06

ME-03

132 KV Umtru Kahelipara Feeder-I

AS-01

ME-04

132 KV Umtru Kahelipara Feeder-II

AS-02

ME-08

132 KV Khleriat(MeSEB) Khleriat (PG)-II

ME-09

ME-07

132 KV Stage-IV Sarusujai Feeder-I

AS-09

ME-05

132 KV Stage-IV Sarusujai Feeder-II

AS-50

For Net Drawal of Meghalaya, one fictitious meter ME-51 is used.

(ME-51) = - (ME-01) - (ME-02) - (ME-03) - (ME-04) - (ME-05) - (ME-07) - (ME-08)

Mizoram interconnection with Grid

 

Zemabawk

 

Aizawl(PG)

C

M

 
M  

MZ-01

E

I

 

Bairabi

I   Bairabi N

N

   

Badarpur(PG)

T

   
     
 

Z

MZ-03

 
Z MZ-03   R

R

 

AS-23

A

O

 

L

R

Kolasib

 

Bawktlang

S

A O   L R Kolasib   Bawktlang S     E A   MZ-07 C
   
    E

E

A

 

MZ-07

C

     
   
    Main Meter   MZ-08 T

Main Meter

 

MZ-08

T

M

M Back Up Meter   O

Back Up

Meter

 
M Back Up Meter   O

O

 
 
  Generator Aizawl (PG) R

Generator

Aizawl (PG)

R

 

132KV Line

 

Following main and back up meters are used for calculating Mizoram state drawal. Location ID of Mizoram meters is denoted as MZ-XX (where XX is ID no. of meters).

MAIN METERS

BACK UP METERS

LOC ID

Feeder Name

LOC ID

MZ-01

132 KV Aizawl (PG) Zemabawk Feeder

*

MZ-03

132 KV Bairabi Kolasib Feeder

**

MZ-07

132 KV Kolasib Bawktlang Feeder

**

* Using net bus of Aizawl(PG) substation ** Cumulative Flow in these two feeders can be computed from AS-23 (Badarpur(PG) end of Kolasib) and MZ-08 (Aizawl(PG) end of Kolasib)

For Net Drawal of of Mizoram, one fictitious meter MZ-51 is used.

MZ-51 = + (MZ-01) + (MZ-03) + (MZ-07)

Nagaland interconnection with Grid

 

AS-46

N’mora

     
  AS-46 N’mora       A G’gaon   NG-11 NG- 01 C E A S

A

G’gaon

 

NG-11

NG- 01

C

E

  A G’gaon   NG-11 NG- 01 C E A S - 4 7 Chanki D’pur(Nag)
  A G’gaon   NG-11 NG- 01 C E A S - 4 7 Chanki D’pur(Nag)

AS-47

Chanki

D’pur(Nag)

DPur(PG)

N

S

 
S   N

N

   

T

 

Mariani

A

Bokajan

 

R

S

AS-12

NG-03

A

G L
G L

G

L

 

A

Bokajan

Dimapur

 

NG-03

AS-12

 

A

A
A
   

M

 

AS-52

NG-12

L

Dimapur

Bokajan

 
 
 
     

S

 

M’Chang

 

Mariani

A

E

M

 

N

C

a

T

n

i

p

 

MN-03

NG-02

D

NG-05

NG-05

DY-04

DY-04

O

R

Karong

Karong

Kohima

Kohima

M’Chang

Doyang

u

   

r

 

LEGEND

Main MeterBack Up Meter 132KV Line

Back Up MeterMain Meter 132KV Line

132KV Line

Following main and back up meters are used for calculating Nagaland state drawal. Location ID of Nagaland meters is denoted as NG-XX (where XX is ID no. of meters).

MAIN METERS

BACK UP METERS

LOC ID

Feeder Name

LOC ID

NG-02

132 KV Kohima Karong

MN-03

NG-03

132 KV Dimapur Bokajan

AS-12

NG-05

132 KV M’Chang Doyang

DY-04

NG-11

132 KV Dimapur (State) Dimapur(PG)

NG-01

NG-12

132 KV M’Chang Mariani

AS-52

AS-46

33 KV Naginimora Gorgaon

*

AS-47

33 KV Chanki Mariani

*

* Joint meter readings are considered in case of non-availability of main meter readings pertaining to LT feeders.

For Net Drawal of Nagaland, one fictitious meter NG-51 is used.

NG-51= - (NG-11) - (NG-03) + (NG-02) + (NG-12) + (NG-05) + (AS-46) + (AS-47)

Tripura interconnection with Grid

   

TR-01

Ckt-I

AG-01

 

A

 

T

A   T   C
 
A   T   C

C

AS-08

TR-06

 

S

Agartala

 

AGTPP

E

R   N
R   N

R

 

N

S

   

T

A

D’Cherra

D’Nagar

I

Bokajan

P

TR-02

TR -02

Ckt-II

AG-02

AG-02

R

M

 

Agartala

AGTPP

A

L

 

LEGEND

 
 

U

TR-03

TR-04

S

   
    E
    E

E

 
  Main Meter    

Main Meter

   

R

PK Bari

Kumarghat

C

  TR -05   T O
 

TR-05

 

T

O

 

132KV Line

 

A

 
  132KV Line   A  
  132KV Line   A  
 

Kumarghat ICT

R

     

Following main and back up meters are used for calculating Tripura state drawal. Location ID of Tripura meters is denoted as TR-XX (where XX is ID no. of meters).

MAIN METERS

BACK UP METERS

LOC ID

Feeder Name

LOC ID

TR-01

132 KV Agartala AGTPP Feeder-I

AG-01

TR-02

132 KV Agartala AGTPP Feeder-II

AG-02

TR-03

132 KV P K Bari Kumarghat

TR-04

TR-05

Kumarghat Comsumption

*

TR-06

132 KV Dharmanagar Dullavcherra

AS-08

* Using net bus of Kumarghat(PG) substation.

For Net drawal of Tripura, one fictitious meter TR-51 is used.

(TR-51) = - (TR-06) - (TR-01) - (TR-02) - (TR-03) + (TR-05)

ER - NER interconnection

 

Bongaigaon

Bongaigaon Ckt-I

Ckt-I

Binaguri

 
 
 

AS-25

ER-01

N

Bongaigaon

Ckt-II

Binaguri

  AS-25 ER-01 N Bongaigaon Ckt-II Binaguri   E AS-26 ER-02 Salakati Ckt-I Birpara
 
  E

E

AS-26

ER-02

Salakati

Ckt-I

Birpara

 

E

E
 
 

AS-33

ER-03

 

Salakati

Ckt-II

Birpara

E   AS-33 ER-03   Salakati Ckt-II Birpara   R AS-34 ER-04 R Salakati Gelephu  
 
 

R

AS-34

ER-04

R

Salakati

Gelephu

Birpara   R AS-34 ER-04 R Salakati Gelephu         AS-32 LEGEND ER-05
   
     
 
 

AS-32

LEGEND

ER-05

 
   

Main MeterBack Up Meter 400 KV Line 220KV Line 132KV Line

Back Up MeterMain Meter 400 KV Line 220KV Line 132KV Line

400 KV LineMain Meter Back Up Meter 220KV Line 132KV Line

220KV Line

132KV Line

Following main and back up meters are used for calculating Eastern Regional drawal. Location ID of Eastern Region meters is denoted as ER-XX (where XX is ID no. of meters).

MAIN METERS

BACK UP METERS

LOC ID

Feeder Name

LOC ID

AS-25

400KV Bongaigaon Binaguri Feeder-I

ER-01

AS-26

400KV Bongaigaon Binaguri Feeder-II

ER-02

AS-32

132KV Salakati Gelephu Feeder

ER-05

AS-33

220KV Salakati Birpara Feeder-I

ER-03

AS-34

220KV Salakati Birpara Feeder-II

ER-04

For Net Drawal of Eastern Region, one fictitious meter ER-51 is used.

ER-51 = - (AS-33) - (AS-34) - (AS-32) - (AS-25) - (AS-26)

DOYANG Interconnection with Grid

N

A

M’Chang

M’Chang

Doyang

 

G

A

L

NG-05

Kohima

NG-05 Kohima
DY-04 Doyang

DY-04

Doyang

D

A

 
A   O

O

N

NG-04

DY-03

D

 

Y

 

Dimapur

Ckt-I

Doyang

A

DY-03 D   Y   Dimapur Ckt-I Doyang A C   N ZZ-13 DY-01   Dimapur

C

 
C   N

N

ZZ-13

DY-01

 

Dimapur

Ckt-II

Doyang

G

N ZZ-13 DY-01   Dimapur Ckt-II Doyang G T   ZZ-14 LEGEND DY-02      

T

 
T  

ZZ-14

LEGEND

DY-02

 
   

U

Main MeterU  

 
 

Back Up Meter 

 

Future Line

132KV Line

Following main and back up meters are used for calculating Doyang injection. Location ID of Doyang meters is denoted as DY-XX (where XX is ID no. of meters).

MAIN METERS

BACK UP METERS

LOC ID

Feeder Name

LOC ID

DY-01

132 KV Doyang Dimapur Feeder-I

ZZ-13

DY-02

132 KV Doyang Dimapur Feeder-II

ZZ-14

DY-03

132 KV Doyang Kohima Feeder (Future)

NG-04

DY-04

132 KV Doyang Mokokchang

NG-05

For Net injection of Doyang, one fictitious meter DY-71 is used.

DY-71 = +(DY-01) +(DY-02) +(DY-03) +(DY-04)

KHANDONG & KOPILI-II Interconnection with Grid

 

Haflong

H a f l o n g
 

Khandong

 

C

T

ZZ-07

Khlieriat

ZZ-07 Khlieriat Ckt-I

Ckt-I

 
KK-01 Khandong

KK-01

Khandong

U

ZZ-15

Khlieriat

ZZ-15 Khlieriat Ckt-II

Ckt-II

 
KK-02 Khandong

KK-02

Khandong

       
        O

O

 

KK-10

       

ZZ-16

Umrangsoo

AS-14

ZZ-16 Umrangsoo A S - 1 4 KK-09 K’dong AUX KK-20 KK-19 Kopili-II Stn. TRF.

KK-09

ZZ-16 Umrangsoo A S - 1 4 KK-09 K’dong AUX KK-20 KK-19 Kopili-II Stn. TRF.

K’dong AUX

KK-20

ZZ-16 Umrangsoo A S - 1 4 KK-09 K’dong AUX KK-20 KK-19 Kopili-II Stn. TRF.
ZZ-16 Umrangsoo A S - 1 4 KK-09 K’dong AUX KK-20 KK-19 Kopili-II Stn. TRF.
ZZ-16 Umrangsoo A S - 1 4 KK-09 K’dong AUX KK-20 KK-19 Kopili-II Stn. TRF.

KK-19

ZZ-16 Umrangsoo A S - 1 4 KK-09 K’dong AUX KK-20 KK-19 Kopili-II Stn. TRF.
ZZ-16 Umrangsoo A S - 1 4 KK-09 K’dong AUX KK-20 KK-19 Kopili-II Stn. TRF.

Kopili-II Stn. TRF.

 
Umrangsoo A S - 1 4 KK-09 K’dong AUX KK-20 KK-19 Kopili-II Stn. TRF.   KK-12
KK-12 KK-11 KK-03
KK-12 KK-11 KK-03
KK-12 KK-11 KK-03

KK-12

KK-12 KK-11 KK-03

KK-11

KK-03

KK-12 KK-11 KK-03

Dam site Feeder(NEEPCO)

 
         

KK-18

 
   

Kopili-II GT

Kopili

Kopili
Kopili
Kopili Khandong I -II

Khandong

Khandong

I

-II

KK-08

LEGEND

 

KK-04

 
Main Meter Back Up Meter 33KV Line 132KV Line 220KV Line
Main Meter Back Up Meter 33KV Line 132KV Line 220KV Line

Main Meter Back Up Meter 33KV Line 132KV Line

220KV Line

Following main and back up meters are used for calculating Khandong and Kopili-II injection. Location ID of Khandong and Kopili-II meters is denoted as KD-XX (where XX is ID no. of meters).

MAIN METERS

BACK UP METERS

LOC ID

Feeder Name

LOC ID

KK-01

132 KV Khandong Haflong Feeder

ZZ-07

KK-02

132 KV Khandong Khlieriat Feeder-I

ZZ-15

KK-03

132 KV Khandong Khlieriat Feeder-II

ZZ-16

KK-04

220/132 KV Khandong Kopili

KK-08

KK-20

33 KV Damsite NEEPCO

AS-14

Umrangsoo Consumption

KK-19

Kopili Stage-II Station Transformer

KK-17

Kopili Stage-II GT-2

For Net injection of Khandong, one fictitious meter KD-71 is used.

KD-71 = +(KK-01)+ (KK-02) + (KK-03) + (KK-04) + (KK-20) + (AS-14) - (KK-17) +(KK-19)

Net injection of Kopili-II is the summation of (KK-17) & (KK-19).

Kopili-II injection = + (KK-17) - (KK-19)

 

KOPILI Interconnection with Grid

K

C

Misa

Ckt-I

 

Kopili

 
 
   
    O

O

ZZ-10

KK-05

T

Misa

Ckt-II

 

Kopili

P

O ZZ-10 KK-05 T Misa Ckt-II   Kopili P   ZZ-11 KK-06   U Misa Ckt-III
 
 

ZZ-11

KK-06

 

U

Misa

Ckt-III

 

Kopili

I

KK-06   U Misa Ckt-III   Kopili I         ZZ-12 KK-07 L K’
   
     
 
 

ZZ-12

KK-07

L

K’

Khandong

Kopili

 
 
 
 
 

D

 

I

O

KK-04

LEGEND

 

KK-08

N

   

G

 

Main MeterG    

 
 

Back Up Meter  KK-08 N     G   Main Meter       132 KV Line  

 

132

KV Line

 

220

KV Line

Following main and back up meters are used for calculating Kopili injection. Location ID of Kopili meters is denoted as KK-XX (where XX is ID no. of meters).

MAIN METERS

BACK UP METERS

LOC ID

Feeder Name

LOC ID

KK-05

220 KV Kopili Misa Feeder-I

ZZ-10

KK-06

220 KV Kopili Misa Feeder-II

ZZ-11

KK-07

220 KV Kopili Misa Feeder-III

ZZ-12

KK-08

220/132 KV Kopili Khandong

KK-04

For Net injection of Kopili, one fictitious meter KP-71 is used.

KP-71 = + (KK-05) + (KK-06) + (KK-07) + (KK-08)

KATHALGURI Interconnection with Grid

 

Mariani

Kathalguri

K

A

A
 
   
 

S

AS-03

KT-01

A

S

 

A

Tinsuki</