[time-nuts] line frequency website

Peter Gottlieb nerd at verizon.net
Fri Dec 30 00:19:30 EST 2011


Our battery-inverter systems follow frequency (or more usually the 4 
second AGC signal from the ISO) and give or take power at multi-megawatt 
levels to stabilize frequency changes.

This is the first I've seen a map of the entire CONUS though, 
interesting stuff!

Peter


On 12/29/2011 9:20 PM, Jim Lux wrote:
> On 12/29/11 6:16 PM, gary wrote:
>>> http://fnetpublic.utk.edu/gradientmap.html
>>
> I'm not sure if it's live data or a playback of recorded data, by the way
>
>> So is Texas on it's own grid, or are they always out of sync with the
>> rest of the nation. ;-)
>
> Both.
>
>>
>> Any idea about the white streak leaving what looks like the Sacramento
>> delta towards Vegas?
>>
>
> An artifact in the map drawing application, I'll bet.
>
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