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Survalent Technology has commissioned a new supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system for Jackson Purchase Energy Corp., a not-for-profit electric cooperative in Kansas.

The new system includes several of Survalent's open system applications, including WorldView, SCADA Explorer, IED Wizard and Control Panel, SCADA Add-In, Command Sequence, Remote Alarm Annunciation, Event Data Recording, Master/Slave Alarm Suppression, Dynamic Voltage Reduction, WebSurv, SurvCentral, Control Panel, Power Factor Control, and MultiSpeak.

“Jackson Purchase has implemented many of our smart grid applications,” notes Steve Strauss, Survalent’s vice president of sales for the eastern U.S. “They are one of a growing number of Survalent users who are using end-of-line voltage from their AMI system to maximize voltage reduction during demand response periods and at the same time assure their customers are within voltage limit standards.”




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