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Electrical Fire Monitoring System

for Commercial Buildings



As the standard of living in China steadily improves in recent years, there has been a dramatic increase in the use of personal communications devices, computers as well as electrical appliances.  As a result of this life style change, the demand for electrical power in China has also risen considerably.  Unfortunately, this personal improvement has also given rise to the potential danger of electrical fire, directly threatening the safety of people and properties.  In 2008, electrical fire accidents ranked first among all fire incidents in China and accounted for over 30% of total losses.

As an example, ¥700 million RMB has been invested for the construction of a shopping mall with a total floor area of 110,000 m² and a loading capacity of 13-15 MVA.  The shopping mall has 3 internal electrical distribution rooms (external electrical distribution to be determined), 10 LV incoming circuits, 5 tie breakers, 10 capacitor compensation devices as well as 412 LV outgoing feeders and standby circuits.  In order to be successful in the extremely competitive high-end retail space market, the developer attempts to differentiate the value of his property by providing outstanding and comprehensive safety and security services for handling the agglomerative effect in order to satisfy the elevated demands of commercial building developments in newly urbanized cities.  To facilitate the smooth, unconstrained and safe movement of a large amount of people throughout the property and to handle large power consumption with diverse electrical devices, the owner of this large commercial building and the electrical management personnel have brought forward stringent requirements for such aspects as fire safety, security and reliability of power supply, automation level, demand management and energy conservation analysis for the shopping mall’s electrical distribution system.

10kV Protection and Monitoring 
   PMC-651F/651T/651C/651D/6510 Series Protection Relays
10kV Metering and Monitoring 
   PMC-580 Advanced Power Quality Monitors
   PMC-5600 Power Quality Monitors
   PMC-630C and PMC-530C Series Digital Multi-Function Power Meters
380V Metering and Monitoring
   
PMC-53M and PMC-53M-12 Series Digital Multi-Function Power Meters with Electrical Fire Alarm capability
   PMC-630A and PMC-530A Series Digital Multi-Function Power Meters
Electrical Fire Alarm Control Panels
   PMC-EFB (Wall Mounted) / EFG (Panel) / EFQ (Piano Style)

The building’s monitoring and control center adopts our EFSys to achieve un-manned and automated monitoring of the entire electrical distribution system, thus saving labor costs and achieving such functions as electrical fire monitoring, demand consumption management, power quality monitoring, operational optimization, equipment overhaul and maintenance management as well as historical logging for incident analysis.

   Combines electrical fire monitoring and power management functions into a single unified system, elevating management ability and reducing overall investment costs
   Comprehensive and effective monitoring of leakage current, temperature and over-current, ensuring the safety and security of people and properties 
   Real-time monitoring of V, I, P, Q and kWh at key loads
   Comprehensive protection of the 10kV incoming system with our PMC series protection relays and digital metering devices improve the reliability and security of the electrical supply system
   PQ monitoring and recording features provide the capability of analyzing electrical faults within the power supply system
   Waveform transient recording, monitoring and alarming capabilities of our PMC devices provide detailed PQ analysis data and allow faults to be analyzed, located and cleared within the shortest possible time 
   EFSys, based on our PecStar Integrated Automation System, adopts a hierarchical and distributed architecture to integrate power system automation with electrical fire monitoring into a unified system, to provide centralized monitoring, alarming and control of the entire electrical supply and distribution system, and to provide seamless integration and data exchange with 3rd party equipment and systems.