61850 Test Suite Pro61850 Test Suite Pro is a Windows application with the most comprehensive set of tools in the market today to cover all your IEC 61850 testing & troubleshooting needs in the lab, during the commissioning process, and onsite in a substation.
61850 Test Suite Pro includes the following tools:
- Test Client
- IED Simulator
- SCL Tester
- GOOSE/Sampled Values Tracker
- GOOSE Publisher/Subscriber
- Report Viewer
- Logic Analyzer
- Data Miner
- Data Visualizer
- IED Model Compare
Logic Analyzer (New)
The Logic Analyzer can be used to collect real time values of a large set of data attributes available through GOOSE and Reports and chart the history of up to eight of the data attributes at a time.
Browse Multiple IEDs
Multiple IEDs in a substation can be browsed to easily find the data you need. The entire data model for the substation is parsed and filtered to only show the relevant data for the tests you are performing.
Filters can be customized for each test or job function. For example, protection related data that is available from GOOSE can be shown. Or switchgear status data from a particular set of IEDs can be displayed.
Custom displays can be created on the fly to view data available from GOOSE, reports, and polling in one view. The source of the data can be changed to create displays used during lab testing, commissioning, or maintenance testing. Data from multiple IEDs can be combined into a single display to visualize tests in the lab, during commissioning, or for maintenance testing.
It is easier to navigate between tools and find the functionality for your tests. Multiple IEDs can be viewed at the same time or you can dive into the “Advanced Client” view. The “IED Simulator” allows you to simulate an IEC 61850 server.
GOOSE messages across the entire substation can be viewed either as events or streams. GOOSE data events can be seen in an event log with time stamps, quality, and data values. GOOSE streams can be sniffed on the network to identify streams that are valid, misconfigured, simulated, or timed out. These different views allow GOOSE to be debugged much faster by helping to identify misconfigurations in GOOSE publishers or possibly the network configuration.