5 August 2020 – Driven by demands for improved distribution network security, reliability and availability, Switchgear Engineering firm NOJA Power have confirmed the addition of Multi Master operation all three primary SCADA protocols in their
For the electricity distribution grid operator, for much time the control systems of the grid were protected by “Security by Obscurity”.
15 October 2019 – Australian Switchgear Engineers NOJA Power today announce the addition of IPv6 protocol capability to their range of Automatic Circuit Reclosers.
The concept of SCADA control of an Energy Distribution Network is not a new one, but grappling with the communications challenges of a system distributed over a large geographic area persists as a major challenge. Whilst improvements in communications technology has been seen, it is mostly enjoyed by urban distributors, where population density can justify the expenditure of improving telecomm
Australian Switchgear Manufacturer NOJA Power today celebrates the first installation of a NOJA Power OSM Recloser into the Central American nation of Nicaragua. The OSM15 recloser has been commissioned as a trial process by local Distribution and Network Service Providers (DNSPs) DISNORTE-DISSUR.
10 January 2016, Brisbane Australia – The benefits of implementing a SCADA system in distribution networks is well documented, but unfortunately for smaller utilities and municipals the upfront cost is simply too high to bear.
Brisbane, Qld, Australia – 2016 - Electrical switchgear manufacturer NOJA Power today announces that its OSM Automatic Circuit Reclosers (ACRs or “reclosers”) are being successfully utilised as capacitor switches in Colombia.
NOJA Power Electrical Switchgear Engineers NOJA Power today announces the completion of a successful project to provide Ampla (Enel Group) with an integration solution using optical fiber connections and Wi-Fi system. This application provided full remote access via SCADA software and also local access using the CMS Software and Recloser App through local network with wireless connection.
Smart Grids and Distribution System Automation (DSA) are common phrases in modern electrical vernacular which are often paired with the terms “Innovation” and “network efficiency”. Despite all the lauded benefits of the implementation of a DSA scheme, most end users find the increased complexity a bureaucratic nightmare to contend with.