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Identify Parts Needed for MBSCADA controlled Electircal Meter and Breakers

This project received 3 bids from talented freelancers with an average bid price of $173 USD.

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$30 - $250 USD
Total Bids
3
Project Description

Imagine 1000 batteries all connected to an electrical bus, the bus feeds into a rectifier to convert to AC, then to a breaker, to a meter, and then into the grid or client.

We need to convert from DC to AC
We need to control the on/off breaker through MOD BUS SCADA from our NOC
We need to know how many kWh have been produced and delivered to the grid/client from our NOC

Your job is to help us engineer the system.

Phase 1 - is to develop and overview of the system and identify the main equipment components needed, by name, brand and model so items can be priced estimated.
Phase 2 - will be to work with our CADD designer to develop detailed wiring diagrams for the entire system.
Phase 3 - Engineer and design air handling systems to maintain the environment inside of the system.
Phase 4 - Merge phases above into a complete package for production.

This bid request is for Phase I only. This is the simple part of the project and will be a chance for us to get to know you and how you work. If there is a fit then you will be asked to complete the rest of the work.

The P1 deliverable is a parts list and and specifications on the main equipment needed for converting from DC to AC, switching on and off by remote, and metering by remote.

Total output is [url removed, login to view] MW at 480-600 VAC.

If this is something you have already designed for a generator system we want to hear from you. If you have extensive experience with MBS controls we want to hear from you.

Thank you.

CW

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