SHERLOG CRX - Efficient ways to optimise the costs of monitoring and evaluating electrical supply systems using modern IEDs

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In 1965, Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel, predicted that the complexity of integrated circuits with minimum component costs would double every 12 to 24 months. Although „Moore‘s Law“, as it became known, has been challenged and rephrased repeatedly since then, it remains an accurate reflection of the general principle which lies behind our modern-day acceptance of technological progress: the continuous improvement of performance while minimising size and cost at the same time. This type of progress does not only bring positive effects for ordinary consumers in their day-today lives, it also brings benefits in the field of power generation and distribution with the use and continued development of IEDs in many different areas. The latest generation of IEDs must meet a multitude of different requirements, including high reliability and system stability. But the costs which automatically arise in connection with the installation, configuration and operation of a new IED should also be kept as low as possible. A number of different ways to optimise costs of this kind are described below, using the latest generation of SHERLOG CRX fault recorders from KoCoS Messtechnik AG by way of example:

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