Basic Principles Switching Simulator (BPSS)

Basic Principles Switching Simulator (BPSS) reinforces classroom teaching by allowing simulations of real world scenarios within the safety of the simulator. BPSS simulates a typical substation layout with a Main and Reserve Bus Bar allowing the engineer to operate switch gear to interact with the system with touch screen controls.

BPSS allows the engineers to prepare for worse case scenarios in the safety of the simulator as well as teaching the importance of isolations and protections for maintenance personnel on a daily basis.

BPSS features two engineer controlled generators that have various fault states and feature synchroscopes to allow synchronisation training with the grid to take place.

Key Features

  • Generic Electrical Mimic
  • Full Logic Control over Mimic States
  • Two Seperate student Controlled Generators, with Six Simulated Lines
  • Extensive Fault List
  • Scenario Based Training
  • Interlock Mode
  • Multiple kV Modes Simulated (400kV, 275kV)
  • Touch Screen Controls