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KINGSINE KRT Software One-Click Testing for State Grid

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Update time : 2023-08-14 17:33:06
KINGSIEN wins bid for 30 sets of relay protection testing devices for national grid, offering one-click testing solution.

Kingsine's KRT software is a unified control software for the Kingsine relay protection tester family. It features multifunctionality and user-friendly characteristics, allowing testing personnel to flexibly and reliably analyze and process test data. This software assists testing personnel in gaining a better understanding of the operational status and performance of the tested protective devices.
The KRT software also includes a one-click testing feature. The one-click testing feature allows the instrument to automatically execute all test items based on user-defined test plans, without requiring manual intervention. The following are the key features of the KRT one-click testing functionality:
1.High level of automation: The one-click testing feature can automatically read and write protection device settings and control parameters through IEC 61850 MMS, generate test parameters, and complete all test items without user intervention. This significantly reduces human errors during the testing process.
2.Time and efficiency savings: The one-click testing feature saves a significant amount of testing time, particularly when multiple relay protection functions need to be tested. It also improves testing efficiency, enabling testing personnel to complete their tasks more quickly.
3.Simplified operation: The one-click testing feature simplifies the testing procedure, eliminating the need for testing personnel to understand the specific operation methods for each test item and reducing the testing threshold.
4.High data reliability: The one-click testing feature automatically records test data and generates corresponding test reports, ensuring the accuracy and reliability of the test data.
5.Personalized customization: The one-click testing feature can be customized according to user requirements. Users can define test plans based on their own testing needs, making the testing process more aligned with practical requirements.