SCADA Signal Testing

Substation automation systems (SAS) typically deal with hundreds or thousands of individual signals. These signals must be acquired, processed, and sent to various destinations, such as the SCADA system, the local control panel of intelligent electronic devices (IED), or human-machine interfaces (HMI).

During substation commissioning, but also after firmware upgrades, every such signal must be tested. Often this is done with manual stimulation at the process terminals and ticking off a signal list by hand. StationScout saves time and reduces errors: with automatic test execution, the possibility to re-use defined test cases, and complete documentation of the work done.

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StationScout on the MBX1, RBX1, or VBX1 platform

StationScout is our smart solution for detailed testing of substation signals. The signals under test can be stipulated directly at the primary devices (e.g., switch position), at the process terminal, or even be simulated via the software interface.

Create test cases for any signal number and type and execute them step-by-step or automatically. After completion, you receive a clear test report for print-out or digital storage.

Easily manage test cases by exporting and importing IEDs, bay levels, voltage levels, and switchgear. This saves valuable time during commissioning, as well as after system changes and firmware upgrades.

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  • Mobile usage
  • 4x RJ45 station ports
  • AC power supply

  • 19” rack installation for permanent use in harsh substation environments
  • 8x station ports
    (RJ45 or SFP)
  • Different DC/AC supply ranges, redundancy option


  • Deploy on existing computing platforms installed in substations and control centers
  • Quick deployment and maintenance
  • Easy to backup and restore

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StationScout | Testing your SAS through the whole lifecycle

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