Project summary of a recently implemented project at PSE&G for condition-based maintenance of transmission and distribution (T&D) assets. The system collects data from a variety of sources and assesses asset health based on easily-modifiable condition algorithms. Data in the PI Server is fed directly to the SAP Plant Maintenance (PM) module to feed measurement points that drive condition-based maintenance plans. This session will review the implementation and methods of integrating the various PI components including PI-UDS, Interfaces, PI Manual Logger distributed over an RF-network, PI Module, R/Link, etc.Maintenance (PM) module to feed measurement points that drive condition-based maintenance plans. This session will review the implementation and methods of integrating the various PI components including PI Archive, Interfaces, PI Manual Logger distributed over a wireless RF-network, PI Module, RLink, etc.
Keith PierceMr. Pierce is a consultant working for Software Consulting Group. He has worked on various projects in the power industry over the past 20 years, including both process control and information systems related projects. He served as the system architect on the project presented here.Angela RothweilerIn 1997, Angela Rothweiler received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Software Engineering from the Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. From 1991 to 2001, Angela assisted in the design and development of data acquisition and process control applications for the Power Utility Industry; this included the installation, maintenance and management of 50 substation data concentration systems. In January 2002, she accepted a principal engineering position with Public Service Electric and Gas to manage and maintain the computerized maintenance management system.