Invite: IEEE PES talk on EMC standard Harmonization (IEEE-1613.1-2013) for Smart Grid on 27th September at Cal Poly, Pomona
|September 16, 2014||Posted by Tribuwan under CN, COMSOC, CS, EDCAS, EmpNet, General, MTT/APS, PES||
Presenter: Jerrie Ramie, iNCT from ARC Technical Resources, Inc.
- Secretary: ANSI-ASC-C63® Committee on EMC
- KI6LGY: American Radio Relay League EMC Committee
- Distinguished Lecturer: IEEE/EMC Society (2011)
- Member: SGIP2-EMI Issues Working Group
- Vice-Chair: IEEE/P&E Substations C2 Working Group
- Duo-decade Member: The dB Society
- iNARTE-certified EMC Technician
- Senior Member of the IEEE.
This Presentation describes how the SGIP (Smart Grid Interoperability Panel), under NIST, started work on identifying “gaps” in US immunity testing Standards for smart grid communications networking equipment. The five testing gaps were reported in their SGIP-EMI Issues white paper and used as input for the extension of IEEE-1613(2009), which covered immunity testing of protective relays under the IEEE Power & Energy Society. This extension, IEEE-1613.1(2013), currently covers all utility networking and communications equipment, including protective relays and smart-meter communications cards. It now harmonizes closely to what is required under the IEC. It will soon be expanded in scope to include almost all utility-owned smart grid equipment.(including non-communicating autonomous devices) These five “gap” immunity tests and other features in this new Standard extension are discussed.
About the Presenter:
Jerry Ramie is a 31-year veteran of the EMC test and measurement equipment business. He is Secretary of the ANSI-ASC-C63® Committee on EMC, a Member of the American Radio Relay League EMC Committee, a 2011 Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE EMC Society on Smart Grid, a Member of the SGIP2-EMI Issues Working Group, the Vice-Chair of the IEEE Power and Energy Society Substations C2 Working Group, a duo-decade Member of The dB Society, an iNARTE-certified EMC technician and a Senior Member of the IEEE. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Location of the Talk:
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; 3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768
Engineering Building 17, Room 1631 is just north and west of the “pointy” building just walk up the wide concrete path from the parking lot Off campus attendees can go to the parking kiosk for parking or use the self service machines in the parking structure $3 per day on weekends.
We don’t have street addresses on campus but here are some GPS coordinates one can pasted into www.Googlemaps.com<http://www.googlemaps.com/>
Building 17 Rm 1631 – GPS Location: 34.059876, -117.821161
Parking Structure which has self service parking dispensers; GPS Location – 34.060253,-117.816782
Parking Kiosk, manned parking booth ; GPS Location: 34.057929,-117.818811
Date – 27th September, 2014 at CalPoly Pomona
12:30PM – 1PM – Networking
1PM – 1:45 PM – Talk
1:45PM – 2PM – Q&A
Lunch will be provided at the talk. The talk is free of charge and all IEEE members are invited to attend.
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