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Carrier MOTORMASTER 48/50P2 Specifications
Relays and Meters
Section 22
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Protection & Control
Protection & Control Product Families....................................22-3
UR Family Protection System ............................................................22-4
SR Enhanced Drawout Protection System ...............................22-13
650 Mid-range Protection System................................................22-14
SR 3-Series Protection ........................................................................22-15
MII Modular Protection System......................................................22-17
Generator Protection ...............................................................22-22
Generator Protection Selector Guide ..........................................22-23
G60 Medium to Large Generator Protection ...........................22-24
G30 Combined Generator and Transformer Protection ....22-26
489 Small to Medium Generator Protection ............................22-28
G650 Distributed Generator Protection .....................................22-30
W650 Wind Turbine Generator Protection...............................22-32
MIG II Small Generator Protection ................................................22-34
MIW II Directional Power/Loss of Field Protection ................22-35
Transformer Protection ...........................................................22-36
Transformer Protection Selector Guide .....................................22-37
T60 Medium to Large Transformer Protection .......................22-38
T35 6 Winding Transformer Protection......................................22-40
745 Medium to Large Transformer Protection.......................22-42
345 Small to Medium Transformer Protection .......................22-44
Transmission Line Protection.................................................22-46
Transmission Protection Selector Guide....................................22-48
L90 Line Current Differential Protection ....................................22-50
L60 Phase Comparison Protection...............................................22-52
L30 Line Current Differential System...........................................22-54
D90Plus Sub-Cycle Distance Protection........................................22-56
D60 Distance Protection ...................................................................22-58
D30 Backup Distance Protection ..................................................22-60
Bus Protection ...........................................................................22-62
Bus Protection Selector Guide........................................................22-63
B95Plus Busbar Protection ..................................................................22-64
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B90 Multiple Section Busbar Protection ....................................22-66
B30 Busbar Protection .......................................................................22-68
MIB High Impedance Busbar Protection ...................................22-70
HID High Impedance Auxiliary Protection Module ..............22-71
Distribution Feeder Protection...............................................22-72
Distribution Feeder Protection Selector Guide...........................22-74
F60 Feeder Protection with Hi-Z Detection..............................22-76
F35 Multiple Feeder Protection ......................................................22-78
750/760 Comprehensive, Draw Out Feeder Protection .....22-80
F650 Feeder/Bay Protection............................................................22-82
350 50/51 Feeder Protection ..........................................................22-84
A60 Arc Flash Detection ....................................................................22-86
735/737 Three-Phase and Ground Feeder Protection........22-87
MIF II Economical Feeder Protection with Recloser .............22-88
FM2 Low Voltage Feeder Protection............................................22-89
Motor Protection.......................................................................22-90
Motor Protection Selector Guide ...................................................22-92
M60 Medium to Large Motor Protection....................................22-94
469 Medium to Large Motor Protection.....................................22-96
369 Small to Medium Motor Protection .....................................22-97
369 Draw-out Motor Protection ....................................................22-99
339 Small to Medium Motor Protection ..................................22-101
269Plus Small to Medium Motor Protection .............................22-103
239 Small to Medium Motor Protection ..................................22-104
MM300™ Low Voltage Motor Management...........................22-105
MM2 Low Voltage Motor Management...................................22-107
SPM Synchronous Motor Protection .........................................22-109
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Relays and Meters
Specialized Protection, Control and Recording.................22-110
C60 Breaker Monitoring and Control........................................22-111
C30 I/O Logic Controller..................................................................22-113
N60 Network Stability and Synchrophasor Measurement .....22-115
C70 Capacitor Bank Protection...................................................22-117
C90Plus Automation Control System...........................................22-119
HardFiber 61850 Process Bus......................................................22-121
MIV II Voltage/Frequency Protection........................................22-123
MIN II Ground Protection................................................................22-124
RRTD Remote RTD Metering Module for the 369 ................22-125
DDFR Distributed Digital Fault Recorder.................................22-126
Single Function Protection Relays.......................................22-128
Single Function Auxiliary Relays..........................................22-138
Substation Gateways and RTU.............................................22-140
D400 Advanced Substation Gateway ......................................22-140
D20MX Substation Controller.......................................................22-142
D.20 RIO Distributed I/O Controller............................................22-144
D25 Substation Controller .............................................................22-145
Metering
Digital Metering ......................................................................22-147
Digital Metering Family Selection Guide .................................22-148
PQM II Power Quality Meter ..........................................................22-149
EPM 9900 Advanced Power Quality Meter ............................22-150
EPM 9800 Socket Mounted Power Quality Meter ...............22-152
EPM 9000 Advanced Power Quality Meter ............................22-154
EPM 7000 Revenue Class PQ Meter ..........................................22-156
EPM 6010 Building Automation Meter .....................................22-158
EPM 6000 Revenue Class Power Meter ...................................22-159
EPM 2200 Power Meter ...................................................................22-160
EPM 4500 Multi-tenant Sub-Metering System.....................22-161
EPM 1500 Single-point Sub-Metering System .....................22-164
EPM 7100 Energy Submeter w/WIFI and Logging .............22-166
EPM 6100 Energy Submeter w/WIFI .........................................22-167
GE Meter in a Box (MIB) ...................................................................22-168
Communications
Multiplexers .............................................................................22-170
Multiplexer Family Overview ........................................................22-171
JMUX SONET Multiplexer................................................................22-174
JMUX T1 Multiplexer .........................................................................22-174
TN1U SDH Multiplexer .....................................................................22-175
TN1Ue SDH Enhanced Multiplexer ............................................22-175
VistaNET™ Network Management Software .........................22-176
MDS Wireless Solutions...................................................................22-178
Ethernet Switches...................................................................22-181
Multilink Family Overview ..............................................................22-181
ML3000 19” Rack-mounted Managed Switch......................22-182
ML2400 19” Rack-mounted Managed Switch......................22-184
ML1600 9” Panel-mounted Managed Switch.......................22-185
ML600 Unmanaged Compact Switch ......................................22-186
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Media & Protocol Converters ...............................................22-187
MultiNet™ RS485 to Ethernet ........................................................22-188
Media & Protocol Converters........................................................22-189
Power Sensing
Instrument Transformers .....................................................22-190
Current Transformers ......................................................................22-190
Low Voltage Potential Transformers ........................................22-193
Bushing Current Transformers....................................................22-194
Medium Voltage Instrument Transformers ...........................22-194
Control Power Transformers ........................................................22-195
Current Transducers.........................................................................22-195
IEC Rated Instrument Transformers .........................................22-196
Accessories ..............................................................................22-197
Switches
SB-1, SB-9, Series 95.........................................................................22-197
SB-10, SBM, FT, RT Test Switch ....................................................22-198
Test Equipment
515, PK2, XCA, XLA.............................................................................22-199
Terminal Blocks
116B407, EB-25, EB-26, EB-27, IKU, EB-1, EB-2, EB-4.......22-199
Indicator Lights
ET-16, ET-16 LED, ET-17..................................................................22-199
Test Equipment
RTT Desktop Test Set ........................................................................22-200
Software
EnerVista™ Suite......................................................................22-202
Launchpad Device Setup & Document Management .....22-203
Viewpoint Engineer Control Logic Creator &
Commissioning Toolset ...................................................................22-206
Viewpoint Maintenance Device Health &
Security Reporting.............................................................................22-210
Viewpoint Monitoring & Data Recording ................................22-214
Integrator OPC/DDE Communications Server .....................22-224
Value Added Services
Value Added Services.............................................................22-227
Energy Management Systems.....................................................22-227
Advanced Training Services..........................................................22-229
Consulting Services...........................................................................22-231
Packaged Solutions ..........................................................................22-233
Product Upgrades And Replacements
Product Upgrades and Replacements................................22-234
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Protection and Control
Product Families
UR Universal Relay Family
page 22-4
Superior protection, control and communication for utility and industrial
applications.
The Universal Relay (UR) is a family of leading edge protection and control products built
on a common modular platform. All UR products feature high performance protection,
expandable I/O options, integrated monitoring and metering, high speed communications, and extensive programming and configuration capabilities.
SR Relay Family
page 22-13
Competitive industrial power management systems for motors, generators,
transformers and feeders.
The SR Family of protection relays represents a multi-functional line of products, with
draw out capabilities. By providing protection, control, monitoring, metering, and both
local and remote user interfaces in one assembly, the SR relays effectively eliminate the
need for expensive discrete components.
650 Relay Family
page 22-14
Advanced protection, control and monitoring system.
The 650 family of relays incorporate a new generation of products that provides comprehensive protection, control monitoring and metering in a compact and cost effective
package. The architecture is a complete solution for different applications, that complies
with the most relevant international standards, including IEC61850 protocol.
SR 3 Family
page 22-15
Protective relay systems for feeders, motors and transformers
The SR 3 Series protection relays family is a highly functional and economical protection
system. They provide a system for protection, control, monitoring and metering, and both
local and remote user interfaces in one assembly.
MII Modular Microprocessor Family
page 22-17
An economical choice for digital relaying applications.
The MII Family offers a competitive solution that combines advanced protection, monitoring, widely accepted communications standards, and flexible configuration tools for a
range of protection applications.
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Protection & Control
UR & URPlus
Proven, State-of-the-Art Protection & Control Systems
Key Benefits
—Modular construction: common hardware, reduced stock of
spare parts, plug & play modules for maintenance cost savings
and simplification
—Proven flexibility and customization capabilities make UR/
URPlus devices suitable to retrofit almost any kind of legacy
P&C scheme
—Large HMI and annunciator panels provide local monitoring and
control capabilities, and backup the substation HMI
—Phasor Measurement Unit (synchrophasor) according to IIEEE®
C37.118 (2011) and IEC® 61850-90-5 directly streamed from your
protective device
—Three ethernet ports enable purpose specific LAN support that
eliminates latency effect of heavy traffic protocols on mission
critical communication services
—Embedded IEEE 1588 time synchronization protocol support
eliminates dedicated IRIG-B wiring requirements for P&C devices
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, based, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
—Enhanced CT/VT module diagnostics verify analog signal
integrity using an advanced algorithm, ensuring reliability
—Reduces system event analysis effort with the support of
embedded high-end and extended recording functionality
Applications
Features
Protection and Control
—Fast and segregated line current differential and distance
protection functionality in a single device
—Phase segregated line current differential with adaptive restraint
and ground differential, stub bus protection
—Phase distance (five zones) with independent settings
for compensation
—Single-pole tripping, breaker-and-half wit independent current
source support
—Complete generator protection with 100% stator ground
fault detection with sub-harmonic injection and field
ground protection
—Protection, control, monitoring and supervision of power assets
across generation, transmission, distribution, substation and
industrial systems
—Utility substation and industrial plant automation
—Digital fault recording and Sequence of Event (SOE) recording
—Predictive maintenance through data analysis and trending
—Synchrophasor based monitoring and control systems with
specialized PMU devices that support multiple feeders
—Complex protection & control and wide area monitoring
solutions with complete diagnostic and automation
capabilities (URPlus)
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Protection & Control
UR & URPlus
Proven, State-of-the-Art Protection & Control Systems
Features (Continued)
Communications
—Networking interfaces: 10 or 100MB copper or fiber optic
Ethernet, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, C37.94, up to three
independent ethernet ports
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 Level 2, Modbus® RTU,
Modbus TCP/IP, IEC 60870-5-104, Ethernet Global data, IEEE 1588
and PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between URs for
direct transfer trip and I/O extension applications
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify
configuration and testing proceduresvia EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device documents and software are up-to-date via EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
UR Family into new or existing monitoring and control systems
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Synchrophasors in select products with IEEE C37.118 (2011) and
IEC 61850-90-5 support
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—Fault locator and user-programmable fault reports
—Breaker condition monitoring including breaker arcing current
(I2t), breaker re-strike and breaker flashover
—Metering: current, voltage, power, power factor, frequency,
voltage & current harmonics, energy, demand, phasors, etc.
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Protection & Control
UR & URPlus
Selector Guide
Features
ANSI
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B90
B95Plus
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3. Mho Distance, Ground or Neutral Phase (No. of Zones)
4. Quadrilateral Distance, Phase (No. of Zones)
5. Quadrilateral Distance, Ground or Neutral (No. of Zones)
6. Permissive Pilot Logic
7. Sub-Cycle Distance
8. Overexcitation Protection (V/Hz)
9. Synchronism Check or Synchronizing
10. Undervoltage, Phase
11. Undervoltage, Auxiliary
12. Stator Ground (3rd Harmonic)
13. Sensitive Directional Power
14. Loss of Excitation – Based on Reactive Power
15. Loss of Excitation – Based on Impedance Element
16. Current Unbalance
17. Broken Conductor Detection
18. IOC, Negative Sequence
19. TOC, Negative Sequence
20. Current Directional, Negative Sequence
21. Reverse Phase Sequence Voltage
22. Thermal Model
23. Inadvertent/Accidental Energization
24. End of Fault Protection
25. Motor Mechanical Jam
26. Motor Start Supervision
27. Motor Acceleration Time
28. User Programmable Curves
29. Breaker Failure
30. IOC, Phase
31. IOC, Ground
32. IOC, Neutral
33. IOC, Sensitive Ground
34. High Impedance Fault Detection
35. TOC, Phase
36. TOC, Ground
37. TOC, Neutral
38. TOC, Sensitive Ground
39. TOC, Voltage Restrained
40. Overvoltage, Phase
41. Overvoltage, Auxiliary
42. Overvoltage, Neutral
43. Negative Sequence Overvoltage
44. 100% Stator Ground Protection
45. Current Directional, Phase
46. Current Directional, Neutral
47. Current Directional, Negative Sequence
48. Power Swing Blocking
49. Out-of-Step Tripping
50. AC Reclosing (No. of Shots)
51. Switch on to Fault (Line Pickup)
52. Voltage Transformer Fuse Failure
53. Current Transformer Supervision
54. Load Encroachment Logic
55. Underfrequency
56. Overfrequency
57. Anti-Islanding Protection/Frequency Rate of Change
58. Lockout Functionality
59. Bus Differential
60. Line Current Differential
61. Ground Differential
62. Stator Differential
63. Group Differential
64. Line Phase Comparison
65. Voltage Differential
66. Capacitor Bank Overvoltage
67. Neutral Voltage Unbalance
68. Automatic Voltage Regulation
69. Time of Day Control
70. Instantaneous Differential
71. Split Phase Protection
72. Line Current Differential Trip Logic
73. CT Failure
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UR & URPlus
Selector Guide
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D90Plus
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Section 22
Protection & Control
UR & URPlus
UR Technical Specifications
PROTECTION
100% STATOR GROUND
Operating quantity:
V_neutral_3rd/(V_neutral_3rd +
V_zero_3rd)
Pickup level:
0.000 to 0.250 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of pickup
Level accuracy:
±2% of reading from 1 to 120 V
Pickup delay:
0 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
3rd harmonic
0.0010 to 0.1000 pu in steps of 0.0001
supervision level:
Time accuracy:
±3% or ±20 ms, whichever is greater
Operate time:
< 30 ms at 1.10 × Pickup at 60 Hz
ACCELERATION TIME
Acceleration current:
1.00 to 10.00 × FLA in steps of 0.01
Acceleration time:
0.00 to 180.00 s in steps of 0.01
Operating mode:
Definite Time, Adaptive
ACCIDENTAL ENERGIZATION
Operating condition:
Overcurrent
Arming condition:
Undervoltage and/or Machine Offline
Overcurrent:
Pickup level:
0.000 to 3.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of pickup
Level accuracy:
±0.5% of reading from 0.1 to
2.0 × CT rating
Undervoltage:
Pickup level:
0.000 to 3.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
102 to 103% of pickup
Level accuracy:
±0.5% of reading 10 to 208 V
Operate Time:
< 30 ms at 1.10 × Pickup at 60 Hz
AUTORECLOSURE C60/D60/L90/L60
Two breakers applications
Single- and three-pole tripping schemes
Up to 4 reclose attempts before lockout
Selectable reclosing mode and breaker sequence
AUTORECLOSURE F60/F35/D30
Single breaker applications, 3-pole tripping schemes
Up to 4 reclose attempts before lockout
Independent dead time setting before each shot
Possibility of changing protection settings after each shot
with FlexLogic.
AMP UNBALANCE
Avg and Full Load amps: RMS
I_1 and 1_2 amps:
Phasor
Pickup level:
0.0 to 100.0% in steps of 0.1
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of pickup
Level accuracy:
±0.1
Pickup delay:
0.00 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Reset delay:
0.00 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Operate time:
< 20 ms at 1.10 × pickup at 60 Hz
Timing accuracy:
±3% or ±20 ms, whichever is greater
AUXILIARY OVERVOLTAGE
Pickup level:
0.000 to 3.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of Pickup
Level accuracy:
±0.5% of reading from 10 to 208 V
Pickup delay:
0 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Reset delay:
0 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Timing accuracy:
±3% of operate time or ±4 ms
(whichever is greater)
Operate time:
< 30 ms at 1.10 × pickup at 60 Hz
AUXILIARY UNDERVOLTAGE
Pickup level:
0.000 to 3.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
102 to 103% of pickup
Level accuracy:
±0.5% of reading from 10 to 208 V
Curve shapes:
GE IAV Inverse, Definite Time
Curve multiplier:
Time Dial = 0 to 600.00 in steps of 0.01
Timing accuracy:
±3% of operate time or ±4 ms
(whichever is greater)
BREAKER ARCING CURRENT
Principle:
Accumulates breaker duty (I2t) and
measures fault duration
Initiation:
Programmable per phase from any
FlexLogic operand
Compensation for
0 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
auxiliary relays:
Alarm threshold:
0 to 50000 kA2-cycle in steps of 1
Fault duration accuracy: 0.25 of a power cycle
Availability:
1 per CT bank with a minimum of 2
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PROTECTION
BREAKER FAILURE
Mode:
Current supervision:
Current supv. pickup:
Current supv. dropout:
Current supv. accuracy:
0.1 to 2.0 × CT rating:
above 2 × CT rating:
BREAKER FLASHOVER
Operating quantity:
Pickup level voltage:
Dropout level voltage:
Pickup level current:
Dropout level current:
Level accuracy:
Pickup delay:
Time accuracy:
Operate time:
BUS DIFFERENTIAL (87B)
Pickup level:
Low slope:
High slope:
Low breakpoint:
High breakpoint:
High set level:
Dropout level:
Level accuracy:
0.1 to 2.0 × CT rating:
1-pole, 3-pole
phase, neutral current
0.001 to 30.000 pu in steps of 0.001
97 to 98% of pickup
±0.75% of reading or ±2% of rated
(whichever is greater)
±2.5% of reading
Phase current, voltage and
voltage difference
0 to 1.500 pu in steps of 0.001
97 to 98% of pickup
0 to 1.500 pu in steps of 0.001
97 to 98% of pickup
±0.5% or ±0.1% of rated,
whichever is greater
0 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
±3% or ±42 ms, whichever is greater
<42 ms at 1.10 × pickup at 60 Hz
PROTECTION
Timing accuracy:
±3% or 4 ms, whichever is greater
Current supervision:
Level:
neutral current (3I_0)
Pickup:
0.050 to 30.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout:
97 to 98%
Memory duration:
5 to 25 cycles in steps of 1
Voltage supervision pickup 0 to 5.000 pu in steps of 0.001
(series compensation
applications):
Operation time:
1 to 1.5 cycles (typical)
Reset time:
1 power cycle (typical)
GROUND DISTANCE OPERATING TIME CURVES
The operating times are response times of a microprocessor part
of the relay. See output contacts specifications for estimation of
the total response time for a particular application. The operating
times are average times including variables such as fault inception angle or type of a voltage source (magnetic VTs and CVTs).
0.050 to 6.000 pu in steps of 0.001
15 to 100% in steps of 1
50 to 100% in steps of 1
1.00 to 30.00 pu in steps of 0.01
1.00 to 30.00 pu in steps of 0.01
0.10 to 99.99 pu in steps of 0.01
97 to 98% of Pickup
±0.5% of reading or ±1% of rated
(whichever is greater)
>2.0 × CT rating
±1.5% of reading
Operating time:
one power system cycle (typical)
CT TROUBLE
Responding to:
Differential current
Pickup level:
0.020 to 2.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Pickup delay:
1.0 to 60.0 sec. in steps of 0.1
Time Accuracy:
±3% or ±40ms, whichever is greater
Availability:
1 per zone of protection (B90)
GENERATOR UNBALANCE
Gen. nominal current:
0.000 to 1.250 pu in steps of 0.001
Stages:
2 (I2t with linear reset and definite time)
Pickup level:
0.00 to 100.00% in steps of 0.01
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of pickup
Level accuracy:
0.1 to 2 x CT rating:
±0.5% of reading or 1% of rated
(whichever is greater)
> 2.0 x CT rating:
±1.5% of reading
Time dial (K-value):
0.00 to 100.00 in steps of 0.01
Pickup delay:
0.0 to 1000.0 s in steps of 0.1
Reset delay:
0.0 to 1000.0 s in steps of 0.1
Time accuracy:
±3% or ±20 ms, whichever is greater
Operate time:
< 50 ms at 60 Hz
GROUND DISTANCE
Characteristic:
Mho (memory polarized or offset) or Quad
(memory polarized or non-directional),
selectable individually per zone
Reactance polarization: negative-sequence or
zero-sequence current
Non-homogeneity angle: -40 to 40° in steps of 1
Number of zones:
5
Directionality:
Forward, Reverse, or Non-Directional
per zone
Reach (secondary W):
0.02 to 250.00 in steps of 0.01
Reach accuracy:
±5% including the effect of CVT
transients up to an SIR of 30
Distance characteristic 30 to 90° in steps of 1
angle:
Distance comparator
30 to 90° in steps of 1
limit angle:
Directional supervision
Characteristic angle:
30 to 90° in steps of 1
Limit angle:
30 to 90° in steps of 1
Zero-sequence compensation
Z0/Z1 magnitude:
0.00 to 10.00 in steps of 0.01
Z0/Z1 angle:
-90 to 90° in steps of 1
Zero-sequence mutual compensation
Z0M/Z1 magnitude:
0.00 to 7.00 in steps of 0.01
Z0M/Z1 angle:
-90 to 90° in steps of 1
Right blinder (Quad only):
Reach:
0.02 to 500 in steps of 0.01
Characteristic angle:
60 to 90° in steps of 1
Left blinder (Quad only):
Reach:
0.02 to 500 in steps of 0.01
Characteristic angle:
60 to 90° in steps of 1
Time delay:
0.000 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
LINE CURRENT DIFFERENTIAL (87L)
Application:
2 or 3 terminal line, series compensated line, tapped line, with charging
current compensation
Pickup current level:
0.20 to 4.00 pu in steps of 0.01
CT Tap
0.20 to 5.00 in steps of 0.01
(CT mismatch factor):
Slope # 1:
1 to 50%
Slope # 2:
1 to 70%
Breakpoint between slopes: 0.0 to 20.0 pu in steps of 0.1
DTT:
Direct Transfer Trip (1 and 3 pole)
remote L90
Operating Time:
1.0 to 1.5 power cycles duration
Asymmetrical channel
asymmetry up to 10ms
delay compensation
using GPS:
LINE CURRENT DIFFERENTIAL TRIP LOGIC
87L trip:
Adds security for trip decision; creates 1
and 3 pole trip logic
DTT:
Engaged Direct Transfer Trip
(1 and 3 pole) from remote L90
DD:
Sensitive Disturbance Detector
to detect fault occurrence
Stub bus protection:
Security for ring bus and
1½ breaker configurations
Open pole detector:
Security for sequential and
evolving faults
LINE PICKUP
Phase IOC:
0.000 to 30.000 pu
Undervoltage pickup:
0.000 to 3.000 pu
Overvoltage delay:
0.000 to 65.535 s
LOAD ENCROACHMENT
Responds to:
Positive-sequence quantities
Minimum voltage:
0.000 to 3.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Reach (sec. W):
0.02 to 250.00 in steps of 0.01
Impedance accuracy:
±5%
Angle:
5 to 50° in steps of 1
Angle accuracy:
±2°
Pickup delay:
0 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
Reset delay:
0 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
Time accuracy:
±3% or ±4 ms, whichever is greater
Operate time:
< 30 ms at 60 Hz
LOSS OF EXCITATION
Operating condition:
Positive-sequence impedance
Characteristic:
2 independent offset mho circles
Center:
0.10 to 300.0 (sec.) in steps of 0.01
Radius:
0.10 to 300.0. (sec.) in steps of 0.01
Reach accuracy:
±3%
Undervoltage supervision
Level:
0.000 to 1.250 pu in steps of 0.001
Accuracy:
± 0.5% of reading from 10 to 208V
Pickup delay:
0 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
Timing accuracy:
±3% or ±20 ms, whichever is greater
Operate time:
<50 ms
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PROTECTION
MECHANICAL JAM
Operating condition:
Phase overcurrent
Arming condition:
Motor not starting
Pickup level:
1.00 to 10.00 × FLA in steps of 0.01
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of pickup
Level accuracy:
at 0.1 to 2.0 × CT: ±0.5% of reading
at > 2.0 × CT rating:
±1.5% of reading
Pickup delay:
0.10 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Reset delay:
0.00 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Time accuracy:
±3% or ±20 ms, whichever is greater
MOTOR START SUPERVISION
Maximum no. of starts: 1 to 16 in steps of 1
Monitored time interval: 1 to 300 minutes in steps of 1
Time between starts:
0 to 300 minutes in steps of 1
Restart delay:
0 to 50000seconds in steps of 1
NEGATIVE SEQUENCE DIRECTIONAL OC
Directionality:
Co-existing forward and reverse
Polarizing:
Voltage
Polarizing voltage:
V_2
Operating current:
I_2 or I_0
Level sensing:
Zero-sequence:
|I_0| - K × |I_1|
Negative-sequence:
|I_2| - K × |I_1|
Restraint, K:
0.000 to 0.500 in steps of 0.001
Characteristic angle:
0 to 90° in steps of 1
Limit angle:
40 to 90° in steps of 1, independent for
forward and reverse
Angle accuracy:
±2°
Offset impedance:
0.00 to 250.00W in steps of 0.01
Pickup level:
0.05 to 30.00 pu in steps of 0.01
Dropout level:
97 to 98%
Operation Time:
< 16 ms at 3 × Pickup at 60 Hz
NEGATIVE SEQUENCE IOC
Current:
Phasor
Pickup level:
0.000 to 30.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of Pickup
Level accuracy:
0.1 to 2.0 × CT rating:
±0.5% of reading or ±1% of rated
(whichever is greater)> 2.0 × CT rating:
±1.5% of reading
Overreach:
< 2%
Pickup delay:
0.00 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Reset delay:
0.00 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Operate time:
< 20 ms at 3 × Pickup at 60 Hz
Timing accuracy:
Operate at 1.5 × Pickup ±3% or ± 4 ms
(whichever is greater)
NEGATIVE SEQUENCE OVERVOLTAGE
Pickup level:
0.000 to 1.250 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of Pickup
Level accuracy:
±0.5% of reading from 10 to 208 V
Pickup delay:
0 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Reset delay:
0 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Time accuracy:
±3% or ±20 ms, whichever is greater
Operate time:
< 30 ms at 1.10 × Pickup at 60 Hz
NEGATIVE SEQUENCE TOC
Current:
Phasor
Pickup level:
0.000 to 30.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
97% to 98% of Pickup
Level accuracy:
±0.5% of reading or ±1% of rated
(whichever is greater from 0.1 to 2.0 x CT
rating ±1.5% of reading > 2.0 x CT rating
Curve shapes:
IEEE Moderately/Very/Extremely
Inverse; IEC (and BS) A/B/C and Short
Inverse; GE IAC Inverse,
Short/Very/Extremely Inverse; I2t;
FlexCurves. (programmable); Definite
Time (0.01 s base curve)
Curve multiplier (Time dial): 0.00 to 600.00 in steps of 0.01
Reset type:
Instantaneous/Timed (per IEEE) and L ear
Timing accuracy:
Operate at > 1.03 × Actual Pickup
±3.5% of operate time or ±½ cycle
(whichever is greater)
Operate time:
< 30 ms at 1.10 × Pickup at 60 Hz
NEUTRAL DIRECTIONAL OVERCURRENT
Directionality:
Co-existing forward and reverse
Polarizing:
Voltage, Current, Dual
Polarizing voltage:
V_0 or VX
Polarizing current:
IG
Operating current:
I_0
Level sensing:
3 × (|I_0| - K × |I_1|), IG
Restraint, K:
0.000 to 0.500 in steps of 0.001
Characteristic angle:
-90 to 90° in steps of 1
Limit angle:
40 to 90° in steps of 1, independent for
forward and reverse
Angle accuracy:
±2°
Offset impedance:
0.00 to 250.00W in steps of 0.01
Pickup level:
0.05 to 30.00 pu in steps of 0.01
Dropout level:
97 to 98%
Operation time:
< 16 ms at 3 × Pickup at 60 Hz
NEUTRAL OVERVOLTAGE
Pickup level:
0.000 to 3.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of Pickup
Level accuracy:
±0.5% of reading from 10 to 208 V
Pickup delay:
0.00 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Reset delay:
0.00 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Timing accuracy:
±3% or ±20 ms (whichever is greater)
Operate time:
< 30 ms at 1.10 × Pickup at 60 Hz
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Data subject to change
without notice
PROTECTION
OPEN POLE DETECTOR
Detects an open pole condition, monitoring breaker auxiliary contacts, the current in each phase and optional voltages on the line
Current pickup level:
0.000 to 30.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Line capacitive
300.0 to 9999.9 sec. W in steps of 0.1
reactances (XC1, XC0):
Remote current
0.000 to 30.000 pu in steps of 0.001
pickup level:
Current dropout level:
Pickup + 3%, not less than 0.05 pu
OVERFREQUENCY
Pickup level:
20.00 to 65.00 Hz in steps of 0.01
Dropout level:
Pickup - 0.03 Hz
Level accuracy:
±0.01 Hz
Time delay:
0 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
Timer accuracy:
±3% or 4 ms, whichever is greater
PHASE COMPARISON PROTECTION (87PC)
Signal Selection:
Mixed I_2 - K x I_1 (K=0.00 to 0.25 in
steps of 0.01, or3I_0)
Angle Reference:
0 to 360° leading in steps of 1
Fault detector low:
Instantaneous
0.02 to 15.00 pu in steps of 0.01
Overcurrent:
I2 x Z - V2:
0.005 to 15.00 pu in steps of 0.01
dI2 / dt:
0.01 to 5.00 pu in steps of 0.01
dI1 / dt:
0.01 to 5.00 pu in steps of 0.01
Fault detector High:
Instantaneous
0.10 to 15.00 pu in steps of 0.01
Overcurrent:
I2 x Z - V2:
0.005 to 15.00 pu in steps of 0.01
dI2 / dt:
0.01 to 5.00 pu in steps of 0.01
dI1 / dt:
0.01 to 5.00 pu in steps of 0.01
Signal Symmetry
-0.5 to 5.0 ms in steps of 0.1
Adjustment:
Channel Delay Adjustment: 0.000 to 30.00 ms in steps of 0.001
Channel Adjustments:
channel delay and signal symmetry
compensation
Operate Time (Typical):
3/4 cycle for single phase comparison
Trip Security:
First coincidence or enhanced
Second Coincidence Timer: 10 to 200 ms in steps of 1
Enhanced Stability Angle: 40 to 180° in steps of 1
PHASE DIRECTIONAL OVERCURRENT
Relay connection:
90° (quadrature)
Quadrature voltage:
ABC phase seq.:
phase A (VBC), phase B (VCA), phase C
(VAB)
ACB phase seq.:
phase A (VCB), phase B (VAC), phase C
(VBA)
Polarizing voltage
0.000 to 3.000 pu in steps of 0.001
threshold:
Current sensitivity threshold:0.05 pu
Characteristic angle:
0 to 359° in steps of 1
Angle accuracy:
±2°
Operation time: (FlexLogic elements):
Tripping (reverse load, forward fault):
< 12 ms, typically
Blocking (forward load, reverse fault):
< 8 ms, typically
PHASE DISTANCE
Characteristic:
Mho (memory polarized or offset) or
Quad (memory polarized or non-directional), selectable individually per zone
Number of zones:
Up to 5
Directionality:
Forward, Reverse, or Non-Directional
per zone
Reach (secondary W):
0.02 to 250.00 in steps of 0.01
Reach accuracy:
±5% including the effect of CVT
transients up to an SIR of 30
Distance:
Characteristic angle:
30 to 90° in steps of 1
Comparator limit angle: 30 to 90° in steps of 1
Directional supervision:
Characteristic angle:
30 to 90° in steps of 1
Limit angle:
30 to 90° in steps of 1
Right blinder (Quad only):
Reach:
0.02 to 500 in steps of 0.01
Characteristic angle:
60 to 90° in steps of 1
Left Blinder (Quad only):
Reach:
0.02 to 500 in steps of 0.01
Characteristic angle:
60 to 90° in steps of 1
Time delay:
0.000 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
Timing accuracy:
±3% or 4 ms, whichever is greater
Current supervision:
Level:
line-to-line current
Pickup:
0.050 to 30.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout:
97 to 98%
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Memory duration:
VT location:
CT location:
5 to 25 cycles in steps of 1
all delta-wye and wye-delta
transformers
all delta-wye and wye-delta
transformers
0 to 5.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Voltage supervision
pickup (series
compensation
applications):
PHASE DISTANCE OPERATING TIME CURVES
The operating times are response times of a microprocessor part
of the relay. See output contacts specifications for estimation of
the total response time for a particular application. The operating
times are average times including variables such as fault inception angle or type of a voltage source (magnetic VTs and CVTs).
PHASE/NEUTRAL/GROUND IOC
Pickup level:
0.000 to 30.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of pickup
Level accuracy:
0.1 to 2.0 × CT rating:
±0.5% of reading or ±1% of rated
(whichever is greater)
> 2.0 × CT rating:
±1.5% of reading
Overreach:
<2%
Pickup delay:
0.00 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Reset delay:
0.00 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Operate time:
<16ms at 3 × pickup at 60Hz
(Phase/Ground IOC) <20ms at 3 ×
pickup at 60Hz (Neutral IOC)
Timing accuracy:
Operate at 1.5 × Pickup ±3% or ±4 ms
(whichever is greater)
PHASE/NEUTRAL/GROUND TOC
Current:
Phasor or RMS
Pickup level:
0.000 to 30.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
97% to 98% of Pickup
Level accuracy:
for 0.1 to 2.0 × CT: ±0.5% of reading or
±1% of rated (whichever is greater) for
> 2.0 × CT: ±1.5% of reading > 2.0 × CT
rating
Curve shapes:
IEEE Moderately/Very/Extremely
Inverse; IEC (and BS) A/B/C and Short
Inverse; GE IAC Inverse, Short/Very/
Extremely Inverse; I2t; FlexCurves.
(programmable); Definite Time
(0.01 s base curve)
Curve multiplier:
Time Dial = 0.00 to 600.00
in steps of 0.01
Reset type:
Instantaneous/Timed (per IEEE)
Timing accuracy:
Operate at > 1.03 × actual Pickup
±3.5% of operate time or ±½ cycle
(whichever is greater)
PHASE OVERVOLTAGE
Voltage:
Phasor only
Pickup level:
0.000 to 3.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of Pickup
Level accuracy:
±0.5% of reading from 10 to 208V
Pickup delay:
0.00 to 600.00 in steps of 0.01 s
Operate time:
< 30 ms at 1.10 × Pickup at 60 Hz
Timing accuracy:
±3% or ±4 ms (whichever is greater)
PHASE UNDERVOLTAGE
Voltage:
Phasor only
Pickup level:
0.000 to 3.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
102 to 103% of Pickup
Level accuracy:
±0.5% of reading from 10 to 208V
Curve shapes:
GE IAV Inverse; Definite Time
(0.1s base curve)
Curve multiplier:
Time Dial = 0.00 to 600.00
in steps of 0.01
Timing accuracy:
Operate at < 0.90 × Pickup ±3.5%
of operate time or ±4 ms
(whichever is greater)
PILOT-AIDED SCHEMES
Direct Underreaching Transfer Trip (DUTT)
Permissive Underreaching Transfer Trip (PUTT)
Permissive Overreaching Transfer Trip (POTT)
Hybrid POTT Scheme
Directional Comparison Blocking Scheme
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UR Technical Specifications, continued
PROTECTION
POWER SWING DETECT
Functions:
Power swing block, Out-of-step trip
Characteristic:
Mho or Quad
Measured impedance:
Positive-sequence
Blocking/tripping mozes: 2-step or 3-step
Tripping mode:
Early or Delayed
Current supervision:
Pickup level:
0.050 to 30.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of Pickup
Fwd / reverse reach
0.10 to 500.00W in steps of 0.01
(sec. W):
Left and right blinders
0.10 to 500.00W in steps of 0.01
(sec. W):
Impedance accuracy:
±5%
Fwd / reverse
40 to 90° in steps of 1
angle impedances:
Angle accuracy:
±2°
Characteristic limit angles: 40 to 140° in steps of 1
Timers:
0.000 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
Timing accuracy:
±3% or 4 ms, whichever is greater
RATE OF CHANGE OF FREQUENCY
df/dt trend:
increasing, decreasing, bi-directional
df/dt pickup level:
0.10 to 15.00 Hz/s in steps of 0.01
df/dt dropout level:
96% of pickup
df/dt level accuracy:
80 mHz/s or 3.5%, whichever is greater
Overvoltage supv.:
0.100 to 3.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Overcurrent supv.:
0.000 to 30.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Pickup delay:
0 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
Reset delay:
0 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
Time accuracy:
±3% or ±4 ms, whichever is greater
95% settling time for df/dt: < 24 cycles
Operate time:
at 2 × pickup:
12 cycles
at 3 × pickup:
8 cycles
at 5 × pickup:
6 cycles
RESTRICTED GROUND FAULT
Pickup:
0.000 to 30.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout:
97 to 98% of Pickup
Slope:
0 to 100% in steps of 1%
Pickup delay:
0 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Dropout delay:
0 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Operate time:
< 1power system cycle
SENSITIVE DIRECTIONAL POWER
Measured power:
3-phase, true RMS
Number of stages:
2
Characteristic angle:
0 to 359° in steps of 1
Calibration angle:
0.00 to 0.95° in steps of 0.05
Minimum power:
-1.200 to 1.200 pu in steps of 0.001
Pickup level accuracy:
±1% or ±0.001 pu, whichever is greater
Hysteresis:
2% or 0.001 pu, whichever is greater
Pickup delay:
0 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Time accuracy:
±3% or ±4 ms, whichever is greater
Operate time:
50 ms
SPLIT PHASE PROTECTION
Operating quantity:
split phast CT current biased by generator load current
Pickup level:
0.000 to 1.500 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of pickup
Level accuracy:
±0.5% of reading or ±1% of rated
Pickup delay:
0.000 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
Time accuracy:
±3% of ± cycles, whichever is greater
Operate time:
< 5 cycles at 1.10 x pickup at 60Hz
STATOR DIFFERENTIAL
Pickup:
0.050 to 1.00 pu in steps of 0.01
Slope 1/2:
1 to 100% in steps of 1
Break 1:
1.00 to 1.50 pu in steps of 0.01
Break 2:
1.50 to 30.00 pu in steps of 0.01
Level accuracy:
±2%
SYNCHROCHECK
Max voltage difference: 0 to 400000 V in steps of 1
Max angle difference:
0 to 100° in steps of 1
Max freq. difference:
0.00 to 2.00 Hz in steps of 0.01
Hysteresis for
0.00 to 0.10 Hz in steps of 0.01
max. freq. diff.:
Dead source function:
None, LV1 & DV2, DV1 & LV2, DV1 or
DV2, DV1 xor DV2, DV1 & DV2 (L = Live,
D = Dead)
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PROTECTION
THERMAL MODEL
Thermal overload curves: Standard curve, FlexCurve,
voltage dependent curve
Standard Curve
0.00 to 600.00 in steps of 0.01
Time Multiplier:
Thermal Overload Pickup: pu = overload factor x FLA
Overload (OF):
1.00 to 1.50 in steps of 0.001
Standard Overload Curve:
trip time =
TD x 2.2116623
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I
motor 2
motor
0.02530337 x OF x FLA + 0.05054758 x OF x FLA
Motor Rated Voltage:
1 to 50000 V in steps of 1
Thermal Motor Biasing: Current unbalance, RTDs
Thermal Model
1 power cycle
Update Rate:
Stopped/Running Time 1 to 65000 min. in steps of 1
Cool Constants:
Stopped/Running Time Exponential
Cool Constants Decay:
Hot/Cold Safe Stall Ratio: 0.01 to 1.00 in steps of 0.01
Current Accuracy:
Per phase current inputs
Current Source:
True RMS
Timing Accuracy
± 100 ms or ± 2% whichever is greater
Timing Accuracy
± 100 ms or ± 4%, whichever is greater
for Voltage
Dependent Overload:
THIRD HARMONIC NEUTRAL UNDERVOLTAGE
Operating quantity:
3rd harmonic of auxiliary undervoltage
Undervoltage:
Pickup level:
0.000 to 3.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
102 to 103% of pickup
Accuracy:
±2% of reading from 1 to 120V
Power:
Pickup level:
0.000 to 1.200 pu in steps of 0.001
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of pickup
Accuracy:
±5% or ±0.01 pu, whichever is greater
Undervoltage Inhibit
0.000 to 3.000 pu in steps of 0.001 pu
Level:
Accuracy:
±0.5% of reading from 10 to 208V
Pickup delay:
0 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Time accuracy:
±3% or ±20 ms, whichever is greater
Operate time:
< 30 ms at 1.10 × pickup at 60 Hz
TRANSFORMER AGING FACTOR
Operating quantity:
computed aging accelaration factor (pu)
Pickup level:
1 to 10 pu in steps of 0.1
Pickup delay:
0 to 30000 min. in steps of 1
TRANSFORMER INSTANTANEOUS DIFFERENTIAL
Pickup level:
2.00 to 30.00 pu in steps of 0.01
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of pickup
Level accuracy:
±0.5% of reading or ±1% of rated
(whichever is greater)
Operate time:
< 20 ms at 3 × pickup at 60 Hz
TRANSFORMER HOTTEST-SPOT TEMPERATURE
Operating quantity:
computed temperature in °C
Pickup level:
50 to 300°C in steps of 1
Dropout level:
1°C below pickup
Pickup delay:
0 to 30000 min. in steps of 1
TRANSFORMER LOSS OF LIFE
Operating quantity:
computed accumulated transformer
loss of life, in hours
Pickup level:
0 to 500000 hours in steps of 1
TRANSFORMER PERCENT DIFFERENTIAL
Characteristic:
Differential Restraint pre-set
Number of zones:
2
Minimum pickup:
0.05 to 1.00 pu in steps of 0.001
Slope 1 range:
15 to 100% in steps of 1%
Slope 2 range:
50 to 100% in steps of 1%
Kneepoint 1:
1.0 to 2.0 pu in steps of 0.0001
Kneepoint 2:
2.0 to 30.0 pu in steps of 0.0001
2nd harmonic
1.0 to 40.0% in steps of 0.1
inhibit level:
2nd harmonic
Adaptive, Traditional, Disabled
inhibit function:
2nd harmonic
Per-phase, 2-out-of-3, Average
inhibit mode:
5th harmonic
1.0 to 40.0% in steps of 0.1
inhibit range:
Operate times:
Harmonic inhibits
20 to 30 ms
selected:
No harmonic
5 to 20 ms
inhibits selected:
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of pickup
Level accuracy:
±0.5% of reading or ±1% of rated
(whichever is greater)
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PROTECTION
TRIP OUTPUT
Collects trip and reclose input requests and issues outputs
to control tripping and reclosing.
Communications
0 to 65535 s in steps of 0.001
timer delay:
Evolving fault timer:
0.000 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
Timing accuracy:
±3% or 4 ms, whichever is greater
UNDERFREQUENCY
Minimum signal:
0.10 to 1.25 pu in steps of 0.01
Pickup level:
20.00 to 65.00 Hz in steps of 0.01
Dropout level:
Pickup + 0.03 Hz
Level accuracy:
±0.01 Hz
Time delay:
0 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
Timer accuracy:
±3% or 4 ms, whichever is greater
VOLTS PER HERTZ
Voltage:
Phasor only
Pickup level:
0.80 to 4.00 in steps of 0.01 pu V/Hz
Dropout level:
97 to 98% of Pickup
Level accuracy:
±0.02 pu
Timing curves:
Definite Time; Inverse A, B, and C,
FlexCurves. A, B, C, and D
TD Multiplier:
0.05 to 600.00 s in steps of 0.01
Reset delay:
0.0 to 1000.0 s in steps of 0.1
Timing accuracy:
±3% or ± 4 ms (whichever is greater)
VT FUSE FAIL
Monitored parameters: V_2, V_1, I_1
WATTMETRIC ZERO-SEQUENCE DIRECTIONAL
Measured Power
Zero-Sequence
Number of Elements:
2
Characteristic Angle:
0 to 360° in steps of 1
Minimum Power:
0.001 to 1.20pu in steps of 0.001
Pickup Level Accuracy: ±1% or ± 0.0025 pu,
whichever is greater
Pickup Delay:
Definite time (0 to 600.00 s in steps of
0.01), inverse time, or FlexCurve
Inverse Time Multiplier: 0.01 to 2.00 s in steps of 0.01
Time Accuracy:
±3% or ±8 ms, whichever is greater
Operate Time:
<30 ms at 60 Hz
MONITORING
DATA LOGGER
Number of channels:
Parameters:
Sampling rate:
Trigger:
Mode:
Storage capacity:
1-second rate:
60-minute rate:
EVENT RECORDER
Capacity:
Time-tag:
Triggers:
Data storage:
FAULT LOCATOR
Method:
Maximum accuracy if:
1 to 16
Any available analog actual value
15 to 3600000 ms in steps of 1
Any FlexLogic operand
Continuous or Triggered
(NN is dependent on memory)
01 channel for NN days
16 channels for NN days
01 channel for NN days
16 channels for NN days
1024 events
to 1 microsecond
Any element pickup, dropout or operate
Digital input change of state Digital
output change of state Self-test events
In non-volatile memory
Single-ended
Fault resistance is zero or fault currents
from all line terminals are in phase
Relay accuracy:
±1.5% (V > 10 V, I > 0.1 pu)
Worst-case accuracy:
VT%error + (user data)
CT%error + (user data)
ZLine%error + (user data)
METHOD%error + (Chapter 6)
RELAY ACCURACY%error + (1.5%)
HIGH-IMPEDANCE FAULT DETECTION (HiZ)
Detections:
Arc Suspected, Arc Detected, Downed
Conductor, Phase Identification
OSCILLOGRAPHY
Maximum records:
64
Sampling rate:
64 samples per power cycle
Triggers:
Any element pickup, dropout
or operate
Digital input change of state
Digital output change of state
Any FlexLogic Operand
FlexLogic Equation
Data:
AC input channels
Element state
Digital input state
Digital output state
Data storage:
In non-volatile memory
USER-PROGRAMMABLE FAULT REPORT
Number of elements:
2
Pre-fault trigger:
any FlexLogic. operand
Fault trigger:
any FlexLogic. operand
Recorder quantities:
32 (any FlexAnalog value)
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MONITORING
PHASOR MEASUREMENT UNIT
Output format:
per IEEE C37.118 standard
Number of channels:
14 synchrophasors, 16 analogs,
16 digitals
TVE (total vector error): <1%
Triggering:
frequency, voltage, current, power, rate
of change of frequency, user-defined
Reporting rate:
1, 2, 5, 10, 12, 15, 20, 25, 30, 50, 60 or
120 times per second
Number of clients:
One over TCP/IP port, two over UDP/IP
ports
TAC ranges:
As indicated in appropriate specifications sections
Network reporting
16-bit integer or 32-bit IEEE floating
format:
point numbers
Network reporting style: Rectangular (real and imaginary) or
polar (magnitude and angle)
coordinates
Filtering:
P and M class
Calibration:
Angle ±5°, magnitude +/-5% per phase
Compensation:
-180 to 180° in steps of 30°
(current and voltage components)
Mode of operation:
Normal and test
PMU Recording:
46 configurable channels (14
syncrophasor, 16 digital, 16 analogs)
METERING
RMS CURRENT: PHASE, NEUTRAL, AND GROUND
Accuracy at:
0.1 to 2.0 × CT rating:
±0.25% of reading or ±0.1% of rated
(whichever is greater)
> 2.0 × CT rating:
±1.0% of reading
RMS VOLTAGE
Accuracy:
±0.5% of reading from 10 to 208 V
REAL POWER (WATTS)
Accuracy:
±1.0% of reading at -0.8 < PF < -1.0 and
0.8 < PF < 1.0
REACTIVE POWER (VARS)
Accuracy:
±1.0% of reading at -0.2 < PF < 0.2
APPARENT POWER (VA)
Accuracy:
±1.0% of reading
WATT-HOURS (POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE)
Accuracy:
±2.0% of reading
Range:
±0 to 2 × 109 MWh
Parameters:
3-phase only
Update rate:
50 ms
VAR-HOURS (POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE)
Accuracy:
±2.0% of reading
Range:
±0 to 2 × 109 Mvarh
Parameters:
3-phase only
Update rate:
50 ms
CURRENT HARMONICS
Harmonics:
2nd to 25th harmonic: per phase, displayed as a % of f1 (fundamental frequency phasor) THD: per phase,
displayed as a % of f1
Accuracy:
Harmonics:
1. f1 > 0.4pu: (0.20% + 0.035% / harmonic) of reading or 0.15% of 100%,
whichever is greater
2. f1 < 0.4pu: as above plus %error of f1
THD:
1. f1 > 0.4pu: (0.25% + 0.035% / harmonic) of reading or 0.20% of 100%,
whichever is greater
2. f1 < 0.4pu: as above plus %error of f1
DEMAND
Measurements:
Phases A, B, and C present and maximum measured currents
3-Phase Power (P, Q, and S) present and
maximum measured currents
Accuracy:
±2.0%
FREQUENCY
Accuracy at
V = 0.8 to 1.2 pu:
±0.01 Hz (when voltage signal is used
for frequency measurement)
I = 0.1 to 0.25 pu:
±0.05 Hz
I > 0.25 pu:
±0.02 Hz (when current signal is used
for frequency measurement)
VOLTAGE HARMONICS
Harmonics:
2nd to 25th harmonic: per phase, displayed as a % of f1 (fundamental frequency phasor) THD: per phase,
displayed as a % of f1
Accuracy:
Harmonics:
1. f1 > 0.4pu: (0.20% + 0.035% /
harmonic) of reading or 0.15% of 100%,
whichever is greater
2. f1 < 0.4pu: as above plus %error of f1
THD:
1. f1 > 0.4pu: (0.25% + 0.035% /
harmonic) of reading or 0.20% of 100%,
whichever is greater
2. f1 < 0.4pu: as above plus %error of f1
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Data subject to change
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USER-PROGRAMMABLE ELEMENTS
CONTROL PUSHBUTTONS
Number of pushbuttons: 3 (standard) or 16 (optional)
Operation:
drive FlexLogic. operands
FLEXCURVES
Number:
4 (A through D)
Reset points:
40 (0 through 1 of pickup)
Operate points:
80 (1 through 20 of pickup)
Time delay:
0 to 65535 ms in steps of 1
FLEXLOGIC
Programming language: Reverse Polish Notation with graphical
visualization (keypad programmable)
Lines of code:
512
Internal variables:
64
Supported operations:
NOT, XOR, OR (2 to 16 inputs), AND (2 to
16 inputs), NOR (2 to 16 inputs),
NAND (2 to 16 inputs), Latch (Reset
Dominant), Edge Detectors, Timers
Inputs:
any logical variable, contact,
or virtual input
Number of timers:
32
Pickup delay:
0 to 60000 (ms, sec., min.) in steps of 1
Dropout delay:
0 to 60000 (ms, sec., min.) in steps of 1
FLEXELEMENTS
Number of elements:
8 or 16
Operating signal:
any analog actual value, or two values
in Differential mode
Operating signal mode: Signed or Absolute Value
Operating mode:
Level, Delta
Comparator direction:
Over, Under
Pickup Level:
-30.000 to 30.000 pu in steps of 0.001
Hysteresis:
0.1 to 50.0% in steps of 0.1
Delta dt:
20 ms to 60 days
Pickup & dropout delay: 0.000 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001
FLEXSTATES
Number:
up to 256 logical variables grouped
under 16 Modbus addresses
Programmability:
any logical variable, contact,
or virtual input
LED TEST
Initiation:
from any digital input or user-programmable condition
Number of tests:
3, interruptible at any time
Duration of full test:
approximately 3 minutes
Test sequence 1:
all LEDs on
Test sequence 2:
all LEDs off, one LED at a time on for 1 s
Test sequence 3:
all LEDs on, one LED at a time off for 1 s
NON-VOLATILE LATCHES
Type:
Set-dominant or Reset-dominant
Number:
16 (individually programmed)
Output:
Stored in non-volatile memory
Execution sequence:
As input prior to protection, control, and
FlexLogic.
SELECTOR SWITCH
Number of elements:
2
Upper position limit:
1 to 7 in steps of 1
Selecting mode:
Time-out or Acknowledge
Time-out timer:
3.0 to 60.0 s in steps of 0.1
Control inputs:
step-up and 3-bit
Power-up mode:
restore from non-volatile memory or
synchronize to a 3-bit control input
USER-DEFINABLE DISPLAYS
Number of displays:
16
Lines of display:
2 × 20 alphanumeric characters
Parameters:
up to 5, any Modbus register addresses
Invoking and scrolling:
keypad, or any user-programmable
condition, including pushbuttons
USER-PROGRAMMABLE LEDS
Number:
48 plus Trip and Alarm
Programmability:
from any logical variable, contact, or
virtual input
Reset mode:
Self-reset or Latched
USER-PROGRAMMABLE PUSHBUTTONS (OPTIONAL)
Number of pushbuttons: 12
Mode:
Self-Reset, Latched
Display message:
2 lines of 20 characters each
8-BIT SWITCH
Number of elements:
6
Input signals:
two 8-bit integers via FlexLogic
operands
Control:
any FlexLogic operand
Response time:
< 8 ms at 60 Hz, < 10 ms at 50 Hz
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AC CURRENT
CT rated primary:
CT rated secondary:
Nominal frequency:
Relay burden:
Conversion range:
Standard CT:
Sensitive Ground/
HI-Z CT module:
Current withstand:
AC VOLTAGE
VT rated secondary:
VT ratio:
Nominal frequency:
Relay burden:
Conversion range:
Voltage withstand:
1 to 50000 A
1 A or 5 A by connection
20 to 65 Hz
< 0.2 VA at rated secondary
0.02 to 46 × CT rating RMS symmetrical
0.002 to 4.6 × CT rating
RMS symmetrical
20 ms at 250 times rated
1 sec. at 100 times rated
continuous at 3 times rated
50.0 to 240.0 V
1.00 to 24000.00
20 to 65 Hz For the L90, the nominal
system frequency should be chosen as
50 Hz or 60 Hz only.
< 0.25 VA at 120 V
1 to 275 V
continuous at 260 V to neutral
1 min./hr at 420 V to neutral
CONTACT INPUTS
Dry contacts:
1000 Ω maximum
Wet contacts:
300 V DC maximum
Selectable thresholds:
17 V, 33 V, 84 V, 166 V
Tolerance:
±10%
Contacts Per
4
Common Return:
Recognition time:
< 1 ms
Debounce timer:
0.0 to 16.0 ms in steps of 0.5
Continuous Current Draw: 3mA (when energized)
CONTACT INPUTS WITH AUTO-BURNISHING
Dry contacts:
1000 Ω maximum
Wet contacts:
300 V DC maximum
Selectable thresholds:
17 V, 33 V, 84 V, 166 V
Tolerance:
±10%
Contacts Per
2
Common Return:
Recognition time:
< 1 ms
Debounce timer:
0.0 to 16.0 ms in steps of 0.5
Continuous Current Draw: 3mA (when energized)
Auto-Burnish
50 to 70 mA
Impulse Current:
Duration of
25 to 50 ms
Auto-Burnish Impulse:
DCMA INPUTS
Current input (mA DC):
0 to -1, 0 to +1, -1 to +1, 0 to 5, 0 to 10,
0 to 20, 4 to 20 (programmable)
Input impedance:
379 ±10%
Conversion range:
-1 to + 20 mA DC
Accuracy:
±0.2% of full scale
Type:
Passive
DIRECT INPUTS
Number of input points: 32
No. of remote devices:
16
Default states on
On, Off, Latest/Off, Latest/On
loss of comms.:
Ring configuration:
Yes, No
Data rate:
64 or 128 kbps
CRC:
32-bit
CRC alarm:
Responding to:
Rate of messages failing the CRC
Monitoring message count: 10 to 10000 in steps of 1
Alarm threshold:
1 to 1000 in steps of 1
Unreturned message alarm:
Responding to:
Rate of unreturned messages in the
ring configuration
Monitoring
10 to 10000 in steps of 1
message count:
Alarm threshold:
1 to 1000 in steps of 1
IRIG-B INPUT
Amplitude modulation: 1 to 10 V pk-pk
DC shift:
TTL
Input impedance:
22 kW
Isolation:
2 kV
REMOTE INPUTS (IEC 61850 GSSE)
Number of input points: 32, configured from
64 incoming bit pairs
Number of remote devices: 16
Default states on
On, Off, Latest/Off, Latest/On
loss of comms.:
RTD INPUTS
Types (3-wire):
100 Ω Platinum, 100 Ω &
120 Ω Nickel, 10 Ω Copper
Sensing current:
5 mA
Range:
-50 to +250°C
Accuracy:
±2°C
Isolation:
36 V pk-pk
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UR Technical Specifications, continued
OUTPUTS
COMMUNICATIONS
CONTROL POWER EXTERNAL OUTPUT
(FOR DRY CONTACT INPUT)
Capacity:
100 mA DC at 48 V DC
Isolation:
±300 Vpk
DCMA OUTPUTS
Range:
-1 to 1 mA, 0 to 1 mA, 4 to 20 mA
Max. load resistance:
12 k for -1 to 1 mA range
12 k for 0 to 1 mA range
600 for 4 to 20 mA range
Accuracy:
±0.75% of full-scale for 0 to 1 mA range
±0.5% of full-scale for -1 to 1 mA range
±0.75% of full-scale for 0 to 20 mA range
99% Settling time to
100 ms
a step change:
Isolation:
1.5 kV
Driving signal:
any FlexAnalog quantity
Upper & lower limit
-90 to 90 pu in steps of 0.001
for the driving signal:
DIRECT OUTPUTS
Output points:
32
FORM-A CURRENT MONITOR
Threshold current:
approx. 80 to 100 mA
FORM-A RELAY
Make & carry for 0.2s:
30 A as per ANSI C37.90
Carry continuous:
6A
Break at L/R of 40 ms:
1 A DC max. at 24 V
0.5 A DC max. at 48 V
0.3 A DC max. at 125 V
0.2 A DC max. at 250 V
Operate time:
< 4 ms
Contact material:
Silver alloy
FORM-A VOLTAGE MONITOR
Applicable voltage:
approx. 15 to 250 V DC
Trickle current:
approx. 1 to 2.5 mA
RS232
Front port:
RS485
1 or 2 rear ports:
Typical distance:
Isolation:
ETHERNET PORT
10Base-F:
19.2 kbps, Modbus™ RTU, DNP 3.0
Up to 115 kbps, Modbus™ RTU, DNP 3.0
isolated together at 36 Vpk
1200 m
2 kV
820 nm, multi-mode, supports halfduplex/full-duplex fiber optic with ST
connector
Redundant 10Base-F:
820 nm, multi-mode, half-duplex/fullduplex fiber optic with ST connector
10Base-T:
RJ45 connector
Power budget:
10 dB
Max optical input power: -7.6 dBm
Max optical
-20 dBm
output power:
Receiver sensitivity:
-30 dBm
Typical distance:
1.65 km
SNTP clock
<10 ms (typical)
synchronization error:
PROTOCOLS
INTER-RELAY COMMUNICATIONS
SHIELDED TWISTED-PAIR INTERFACE OPTIONS
* NOTE: RS422 distance is based on transmitter power and does
not take into consideration the clock source provided by the user.
LINK POWER BUDGET
FORM-C AND CRITICAL FAILURE RELAY
Make & carry for 0.2 s:
30 A
Carry continuous:
8A
Break at L/R of 40 ms:
0.25 A DC max. at 48 V
0.10 A DC max. at 125 V
Operate time:
< 8 ms
Contact material:
Silver alloy
FAST FORM-C RELAY
Make & carry:
0.1 A max. (resistive load)
Minimum load impedance:
Operate time:
< 0.6 ms
Internal Limiting Resistor: 100, 2
IRIG-B OUTPUT
Amplitude:
10 V peak-peak RS485 level
Maximum load:
100 ohms
Time delay:
1 ms for AM input
40 µs for DC-shift input
Isolation:
2 kV
LATCHING RELAY
Make & carry for 0.2 s:
30 A as per ANSI C37.90
Carry continuous:
6A
Break at L/R of 40 ms:
0.25 A DC max.
Operate time:
< 4 ms
Contact material:
Silver alloy
Control:
separate operate and reset inputs
Control mode:
operate-dominant or reset-dominant
REMOTE OUTPUTS (IEC 61850 GSSE)
Standard output points: 32
User output points:
32
SOLID-STATE OUTPUT RELAY
Operate & release time: <100 µs
Maximum voltage:
265 V DC
Maximum continuous
5 A at 45°C; 4 A at 65°C
current:
Make & carry for 0.2 s:
as per ANSI C37.90
For 0.3s:
300 A
Breaking capacity:
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POWER SUPPLY
LOW RANGE
Nominal DC voltage:
Min/max DC voltage:
* NOTE:
HIGH RANGE
Nominal DC voltage:
Min/max DC voltage:
Nominal AC voltage:
Min/max AC voltage:
ALL RANGES
Volt withstand:
Voltage loss hold-up:
Power consumption:
INTERNAL FUSE
24 to 48 V at 3 A
20 / 60 V
Low range is DC only.
125 to 250 V at 0.7 A
88 / 300 V
100 to 240 V at 50/60 Hz, 0.7 A
88 / 265 V at 48 to 62 Hz
2 × Highest Nominal Voltage for 10 ms
50 ms duration at nominal
Typical = 15 VA; Max. = 30 VA
RATINGS
Low range power supply: 8 A / 250 V
High range power supply: 4 A / 250 V
INTERRUPTING CAPACITY
AC:
100 000 A RMS symmetrical
DC:
10 000 A
Hold up time:
200 ms
TYPE TESTS
Electrical fast transient:
* NOTE: These power budgets are calculated from the
manufacturers’ worst-case transmitter power and worst-case
receiver sensitivity.
MAXIMUM OPTICAL INPUT POWER
TYPICAL LINK DISTANCE
ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1
IEC 61000-4-4
IEC 60255-22-4
Oscillatory transient:
ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1
IEC 61000-4-12
Insulation resistance:
IEC 60255-5
Dielectric strength:
IEC 60255-6
ANSI/IEEE C37.90
Electrostatic discharge: EN 61000-4-2
Surge immunity:
EN 61000-4-5
RFI susceptibility:
ANSI/IEEE C37.90.2
IEC 61000-4-3
IEC 60255-22-3
Ontario Hydro C-5047-77
Conducted RFI:
IEC 61000-4-6
Voltage dips/
IEC 61000-4-11
interruptions/variations: IEC 60255-11
Power frequency
IEC 61000-4-8
magnetic field immunity:
Vibration test (sinusoidal): IEC 60255-21-1
Shock and bump:
IEC 60255-21-2
* NOTE:
Type test report available upon request.
PRODUCTION TESTS
THERMAL
Products go through an environmental test based upon an accepted quality level (AQL) sampling process
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* Note: Typical distances listed are based on the following
assumptions for system loss. Actual losses will vary from one
installation to another, the distance covered by your system
may vary.
CONNECTOR LOSSES (TOTAL OF BOTH ENDS)
ST connector
2dB
FIBER LOSSES
820 nm multimode
3 dB/km
1300 nm mulimode
1 dB/km
1300 nm singlemode
0.35 dB/km
1550 nm singlemode
0.25 dB/km
Splice losses:
One splice every 2 km,
at 0.05 dB loss per splice
SYSTEM MARGIN
3 dB additional loss added to calculations to compensate for all
other losses.
Compensate difference in transmitting and receiving (channel
asymmetry) channel delays using GPS satellite clock: 10 ms
OPERATING TEMPERATURES
Cold:
IEC 60028-2-1, 16 h at -40°C
Dry Heat:
IEC 60028-2-2, 16 h at +85°C
OTHER
Humidity(noncondensing):
IEC 60068-2-30, 95%, Variant 1,6days.
Altitude:
Up to 2000 m
Installation Category:
II
Approvals
UL Listed for the USA and Canada
Manufactured under an ISO9000 registered system.
LVD 73/23/EEC: IEC 1010-1
EMC 81/336/EEC: EN 50081-2, EN 50082-2
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Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection & Control
SR Family
Comprehensive industrial and utility protective relay systems
for motors, generators, transformers, and feeders
Key Benefits
—Large backlit display with 40 characters to view relay
information and settings in direct sunlight, full numerical
keypad, and setpoint navigation keys. (Except 735/737)
—Accurate metering under severe system disturbances (750, 745
& 489) - Power system frequency tracking and adjusting
sampling rate accordingly
—Minimize replacement time - Draw-out construction
—Improve uptime of auxiliary equipment - Through I/O monitoring
—Ease of use and installation - same front panel programming,
common cutout (Except 735/737)
—Reduce troubleshooting time and maintenance costs -IRIG-B
time synchronization, event reports, waveform capture, data
logger (Except 735/737)
—Simplify testing - Built in simulation features and unique
waveform play back functionality in the 745
—Cost Effective Access information - Via Modbus RTU and DNP 3.0
Level 2 protocols, through standard RS232, RS485 & RS422 serial
ports, and optional Modbus RTU over TCP/IP through embedded
Ethernet Port to connect to 10MB Ethernet local or wide area
networks.
—Complete asset monitoring - Analog I/O, metering including
demand & energy (Except 735/737)
—Follow technology evolution - Flash memory for product
field upgrade (Except 735/737 that requires an EEPROM
replacement)
—Long lasting life - When exposed to chemically corrosive and
humid environments with optional conformal coating
(Except 735/737)
Applications
—735/737 - Feeder Protection
—750/760 - Feeder Protection (comprehensive)
—469 - Motor Protection
—745 - Transformer Protection
—489 - Generator Protection
Features (continued)
User Interface and Programming
—Front Panel LEDs, full key pad, and backlit LCD display
—RS232, RS485 and RS422 ports - up to 19,200 bps
—Ethernet port - 10 Mbs
—Multiple protocols - ModBus® RTU, ModBus® RTU over TCP/IP,
DNP 3.0 Level 2, Optional Device Net on 469
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data
in the SR relays into new or existing monitoring and
control systems
Features
—Monitoring and Metering
—Event recorder
—Oscillography and Data Logger
—Self diagnostic
—Metering
—Demand
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Protection & Control
650 Family
Advanced Protection Control and Monitoring System
Key Benefits
—Unique built-in control features - Comprehensive protection plus
programmable logic
—Flexible and cost effective control for complex systems - Use IEC
compatible programmable logic to customize the functionality
of your protection & control system to address unique, site
specific applications
—Human machine interface (HMI) - Standard backlit LCD display
with 4 x 20, optional 16 x 40 (240 x 128 pixels) graphical LCD,
programmable buttons, and rotary knob for selecting setting
menus, and submenus.
—Minimize replacement time - Modular with card
draw-out construction
—Reduce troubleshooting time and maintenance costs IRIG-B time synchronization, event reports, waveform capture,
data logger
—Cost Effective Access information - Via multiple protocols,
through standard RS232, & RS485, Ethernet Ports.
—Optimal integration flexibility via open standard protocols - Modbus RTU, DNP 3.0 Level 2, IEC60870-5-104, IEC61850
—Minimize communication down time - Reliable redundant
Ethernet Communication ports with 10/100BaseTX, 100BaseFX
with ST connectors, and optional double 100BaseFX, with
ST connectors
—Complete asset monitoring - Full metering including demand
& energy
—Follow technology evolution - Flash memory for product
field upgrade
Applications
—F650: Management and primary protection of distribution
feeders and bus couplers
—F650: Backup protection of busses, transformers and
power lines
—G650: Packaged generator mains failure detection
—G650: Distributed generation management device
—G650: Reliable Distributed Generation interconnection
protection system
—W650: Wind turbine protection, control and monitoring
—W650: Distributed generation grid interconnection device
Features
Protection and Control
—Up to 32 Programmable digital inputs
—Up to 16 digital outputs
—Trip Circuit Supervision
—Redundant power supply option
—Configurable PLC logic according to IEC 61131-3
—Fully configurable graphic display HMI interface
—Alarms panel
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Monitoring and Metering
—Energy metering
—Demand metering
—Trip circuit monitoring
—Oscillography
—Data logger
—Sequence of event
—Self diagnostic
User Interface
—Large graphic (16x40) or regular (4x20) character display
—Easy to use control via Shuttle key
—Front RS232
—Rear wire 10/100BaseTX Ethernet for LAN connection.
—Rear wire CAN bus port (OPEN CAN protocol - W650)
—Optional fibre optic 100BaseFX Ethernet, single or redundant.
—Optional rear RS485 port
—1 ready LED and 15 programmable LED indicators
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data
in the 650 relay into new or existing monitoring and
control systems
—Energy metering
—Demand metering
—Trip circuit monitoring
—Oscillography
—Data logger
—Sequence of event
—Self diagnostic
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SR 3 Family
Intuitive industrial and utility protective relays systems
for feeders, motors and transformers
Key Benefits
—Easy to use and cost effective protection and control for feeders,
motors and transformers
—Effortless draw-out construction eliminates requirements for test
switches and reduces downtime
—Environmental monitoring system to alarm on destructive
operating conditions and plan preventative maintenance
—Easy to use interface and set up in one simple step
—Accelerated Life Cycle Tested to ensure reliability of relay
operation under abnormal conditions
—Advanced power system diagnostics to increase reliability
through fault and disturbance recording capabilities
—Large backlit display with 40 characters for easy viewing of relay
information and settings
—Flexible communications with multiple ports & protocols to allow
seamless integration into new and existing infrastructure
—Easy access to information via multiple communication network
options including USB, Serial, Fiber & copper Ethernet
—Reduced wiring with support for remote I/O
—Reduce setup and configuration time with the Simplified Motor
Setup screen
—Powerful Security Audit Trail tool to increase security and
minimize system risks by tracking setting changes
Applications
—350 Feeder Protection
—345 Transformer Protection
—339 Motor Protection
Features
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering and Monitoring
—Event Recorder: 256 events with 1ms time stamping
—Oscillography with 32 samples per cycle and digital states
—IRIG-B clock synchronization
—Relay health diagnostics
—Security audit trail
User Interface and Programming
—4X20 character LCD display
—Control panel with 12 LED indicators
—Front USB and rear serial, Ethernet and Fiber ports
—Multiple protocols - IEC 61850 GOOSE, ModBus® RTU, ModBus®
TCP/IP, DNP 3.0, IEC60870-5-104, IEC60870-5-103, Profibus,
DeviceNet
EnerVista™ Software
—Enervista Software- an industry-leading suite of software tools
that simplifies every aspect of working with Multilin devices.
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
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Section 22
Protection & Control
SR 3 Family
Intuitive industrial and utility protective relays systems
for feeders, motors and transformers
Overview
The SR 3 Series protection relays is a highly
functional economical protection relay for
feeders, motors and transformers. By
providing an economical system for
protection, control, monitoring and
metering, and both local and remote user
interfaces in one assembly, the SR 3 Series
relays effectively eliminate the need for
expensive discrete components.
Advanced Communications
Easy integration into new or
existing infrastructure
With several Ethernet and serial port options, and a variety of communication protocols, the SR 3 Series provides advanced
and flexible communication selections for
new and existing applications.
The SR 3 Series supports various industry
standard protocols such as, IEC 61850
The SR 3 Series provides detailed diagnostic GOOSE, Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP/IP,
information allowing users to troubleshoot DNP3.0, IEC 60870-5-104 and IEC 60870-5and minimize downtime. Detailed diagnos- 103 providing simplified and easy integration into new and existing applications.
tics is provided via the 256 1mS time
stamped event recorder and the 192 cycle
Enhanced Diagnostics
Oscillography report sampled at 32 samples
Preventative Maintenance
per cycle.
The SR 3 Series allows users to track relay
The robust SR 3 Series streamlines user
exposure to extreme environmental condiwork flow processes and simplifies
tions by monitoring and alarming at high
engineering tasks such as configuration,
temperatures. This data allows user to
wiring, testing, commissioning, and mainteproactively schedule regular maintenance
nance. This cost-effective relay also offers
work and upgrade activities.
enhanced features such as diagnostics,
preventative maintenance, device health
reports and advance security features.
Easy to Use
Drawout Construction
The SR 3 Series offers a complete drawout
feature eliminating the need for rewiring
after testing has been concluded. The withdrawable feature also eradicates the need
to disconnect communication cables, e.g.
fiber, copper, RJ45, etc and helps retain
communication status even after a relay
has been withdrawn from its case.
All relays utilize EnerVista™ setup software
for communication, monitoring and metering. Actual values, setpoints, status, trending, and waveform capture information
may all be viewed via the software, and can
be used for troubleshooting.
Security
Security Audit Trail
The SR 3 Series monitors security and
reliability of asset protection. The SR 3
Series protection devices offer complete
traceability of any relay setting and
command changes allowing the user to
quickly identify changes made to the relay.
EnerVista™ Launchpad
EnerVista™ Launchpad is a complete set of
powerful device setup and configuration
tools that is included at no extra charge
with the SR Relays.
• Set up the SR Relays - and any
other –Multilin device - in minutes.
Retrieve and view oscillography and
event data at the click of a button.
• Build an instant archive on any of the
latest Multilin manuals, service advisories,
application notes, specifications or
firmware for your SR Relay.
• Automatic document and software
version updates via the Internet and
detailed e-mail notification of
new releases.
Dimensions
Overall dimensions on 350, 339 and 345 are identical. Terminal configurations vary and
are not shown.
5.350˝ +_0.010˝
(131.1 mm +_0.25mm)
4.100˝ +_0.010˝
(104.1 mm +_0.25mm)
CIL
o 0.200˝
(5.1 mm)
3.96”
100.6mm
7.93”
201.51mm
6.900˝ +_0.010˝
(175.3 mm +_0.25mm)
CIL
1.73”
43.8mm
6.000˝ +_0.010˝
(152.4 mm +_0.25mm)
4.000˝ +_0.010˝
(101.6 mm +_0.25mm)
7.89”
200.4mm
6.62”
168.2mm
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Protection & Control
MII Family
Modular Microprocessor Family
An economical choice for standard digital relying applications
Key Benefits
—Ease of use and installation - same front panel programming,
common cutout
—Follow technology evolution - Flash memory for product field
upgrades
—Low priced scalable options - event reports, waveform capture,
recloser, breaker fail
—Reduce troubleshooting and maintenance cost - Event reports,
waveform capture
—Design flexibility - Easy to use programming logic
—Asset monitoring - Breaker health, and breaker failure protection
—Access to information - Modbus RTU communications
—AC/DC power supply
—Easy access via front panel keypad or communication links
Applications
—Feeder protection
—Main protection for small generators and motors
—Backup/Auxiliary protection for transformers, motors,
generators and busbars
—Overload protection
—Automatic transfer equipment
—Load shedding and restoration schemes
—Backup directional overcurrent protection
—Reverse power protection
—Synchrocheck
Features
Features and Benefits
—Digital relay
—Incorporates protection, and control
—Local and remote user interfaces
—Internal memory
—Diagnostic features - event recording, and oscillography
User Interface and Programming
—Front Panel LEDs, key pad, and 2x16 character LCD display
—6 LED indicators, 4 configurable in function and color
—Front RS232 and rear RS485 ports using ModBus® RTU protocol
up to 19,200 bps
Monitoring and Metering
—Current, voltage, frequency, thermal image
—Analog/digital oscillography (optional)
—Event recording up to 32 events
—Self-diagnostics
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in MII
relays into new or existing monitoring and control systems
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Protection & Control
MII Family
Modular Microprocessor Family
MII Family Feature Comparison
Features
Device
Protection
Phase Undervoltage
MIF II
MIW II
Directional Low Forward Power
32L
■
32R
■
Loss of Excitation
40
Current Unbalance
46
Voltage Unbalance
47
Thermal Image Unit
49
Ground Overvoltage
59N
Ground IOC
■
■
■
■
50G
■
■
■
Phase IOC
50P
■
■
51G
■
■
Phase TOC
51P
■
■
■
■
Phase Overvoltage
59P
Fuse Failure
VTFF
Ground Directional
67G
■
Isolated Ground Directional
67N
■
Petersen Coil Ground Directional
67PC
■
Loss of Mains
78
Overfrequency
81O
Underfrequency
81U
MIB
■
Ground TOC
■
■
■
■
■
Undercurrent
37
Differential Unit
87
■
■
87RGF
Breaker Failure Protection
Monitoring
MIV II
Directional Reverse Power
Restricted Earth Fault
Communications and Metering
MIN II
■
Starts per Hour and Locked Rotor
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MIG II
27P
50BF
■
■
O
Programmable I/O and LEDs
O
Breaker Arcing Current
O
Programmable Logic
Multiple Settings Groups
■
■
■
■
O
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Event Recorder
O
■
■
■
■
■
Oscillography
O
■
■
■
■
■
■
Thermal Capacity
■
■
Alphanumeric Display
■
■
■
■
■
■
Three-Button Keypad
■
■
■
■
■
■
ModBus® Communications
■
■
■
■
■
■
RS232 Serial Port
■
■
■
■
■
■
RS485 Serial Port
■
■
■
■
■
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MII Modular Microprocessor Family
Common Technical Specifications
Protection
Directional Low Forward Power
Phase Time Overcurrent
Power pickup level:
Time delay:
Block from online:
Pickup level:
Curve shapes:
10 – 240% of CT rating
Definite time, inverse, very inverse, extremely inverse,
custom
0.05 – 2.00 in steps of 0.01
Up to 99.99 sec (10 msec steps)
Time multiplier:
Definite time:
Accuracy:
Level:
Time:
±3% in the complete range
Greater of ±3% or ±25 ms
0.01 – 0.99 x Rated MW
0.2 – 120 seconds in steps of 0.1
0 – 15,000 sec.
Loss of Excitation
Circle 1 diameter:
Circle 1 offset:
Circle 1 trip delay:
Circle 2 diameter:
Circle 2 offset:
Circle 2 trip delay:
2.5 – 300 ohm
2.5 – 150 ohm
0.1 – 10 sec
2.5 – 300 ohm
2.5 – 150 ohm
0.1 – 10 sec
Ground Time Overcurrent
Pickup level:
Curve shapes:
10 – 240% of CT rating
Definite time, inverse, very inverse, extremely inverse,
custom
0.05 – 2.00 in steps of 0.01
Up to 99.99 sec (10 msec steps)
Time multiplier:
Definite time:
Accuracy:
Level:
Time:
±3% in the complete range
Greater of ±3% or ±25 ms
Thermal Image Unit
Tap current:
Cool rate:
T1
T2
K
Alarm level:
10 – 240% of CT rating
3 – 600 min
1 – 6 x T1
1 – 1.2
70 – 100%
Phase Undervoltage
Phase Instantaneous
Pickup level:
Pickup level:
Definite time:
Accuracy:
Level:
Time:
10 – 3000% of CT rating
Up to 99.99 sec (10 msec steps)
±3% in the complete range
Greater of ±3% or ±25 ms
Curve shapes:
Time delay:
Accuracy:
Level:
Time:
2.0 to 60 V or 10 to 250 V in steps of 0.1 (depending on
model)
Definite time
0.0 to 600 sec in steps of 0.01
±3% over the complete range
Greater of ±3% or ±25 ms
Ground Instantaneous
Pickup level:
Definite time:
Level:
Time:
10 – 3000% of CT rating
Up to 99.99 sec (10 msec steps)
±3% in the complete range
Greater of ±3% or ±25 ms
Ground Directional
Torque angle:
Direction:
Loss of voltage polarization logic:
-90°, +90° (1° steps)
Forward/back (rew)
Enable/disable
Phase Overvoltage
Pickup level:
Curve shapes:
Time delay:
Accuracy:
Level:
Time:
Pickup level:
Voltage pickup levels:
Curve shapes:
Time delay:
Accuracy:
Level:
Time:
Current pickup levels:
Definite time:
Instantaneous trip deviation time:
Torque angle:
Petersen Coil Ground Directional
Voltage pickup levels:
Current pickup levels:
Real power pickup levels:
Definite time:
Instantaneous trip deviation time:
Torque angle:
Vh 2 – 45 V in steps of 0.1 V
I low 5 – 100 mA in steps of 1 mA
10 – 4500 mW in steps of 0.1 mW
0.03 – 3 sec in steps of 10 msec
1 – 10 sec in steps of 100 msec
-90, +90 (0.01 steps)
2.0 – 60 V or 10 – 250 V in steps of 0.1 (depending on
model)
Definite time
0.0 to 600 sec in steps of 0.01
±3% over the complete range
Greater of ±3% or ±25 ms
High Impedance
Differential Unit
Pickup Level:
Definite Time:
Accuracy:
Level:
Time:
10mA to 400mA
Up to 600 sec (10 msec steps)
±3% in the complete range
Greater of ±3% or ±25 ms
Alarm Unit
Directional Reverse Power
Power pickup level:
Time delay:
Block from online:
±3% over the complete range
Greater of ±3% or ±25 ms
Ground Overvoltage
Isolated Ground Directional (MIN Option S)
Vh 2 – 70 V in steps of 0.01 V
Vi 2 – 70 V in steps of 0.01 V
I low 5 – 400 mA in steps of 1 mA
I hi 5 – 400 mA in steps of 1 mA
0 – 99.99 sec in steps of 10 msec
0 – 99.99 sec in steps of 100 msec
-90°, +90° (1° steps)
2.0 to 60 V or 10 to 250 V in steps of 0.1 (depending on
model)
Definite time
0.0 to 600 sec in steps of 0.01
0.01 – 0.99 x Rated MW
0.2 – 120 seconds in steps of 0.1
0 – 5,000 sec.
Pickup Level:
Definite Time:
Accuracy:
Level:
Time:
10mA to 400mA
Up to 600 sec (10 msec steps)
±3% in the complete range
Greater of ±3% or ±25ms
Voltage Unbalance
Pickup level:
Curve shapes:
Time delay:
Accuracy:
Level:
Time:
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model)
Definite time
0.0 to 600 sec in steps of 0.01
±3% over the complete range
Greater of ±3% or ±25 ms
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MII Modular Microprocessor Family
Common Technical Specifications
Overfrequency
Source:
Pickup level:
Time delay:
Voltage inhibit setting:
Outputs
Voltage (Phase B)
42.0 to 67.5 Hz in steps of 0.01 Hz
0.0 to 600 sec in steps of 0.01
30 to 250 V/10 to 60 V in steps of 0.01
Underfrequency
Source:
Pickup level:
Time delay:
Voltage inhibit setting:
Voltage (phase B)
42.0 to 67.5 Hz in steps of 0.01 Hz
0.0 to 600 sec in steps of 0.01
30 to 250 V/10 to 60 V in steps of 0.01
Current Unbalance
Pickup level:
Definite time:
Curve shapes:
Time multiplier:
Accuracy:
Level:
Time:
5 – 99% of CT rating
Up to 99.99 sec (10 msec steps)
I2t = K
K: 1 – 100
±3% in the complete range
Greater of ±3% or ±25 ms
Starts/Hour and Locked Rotor
Pickup level:
Definite time:
Time window:
Number of starts:
Restart block time:
101 – 1000% of CT rating
0.1 – 99.9 sec
10 – 100 min
1 – 10
10 – 100 min
Contact capacity:
Max. operating voltage:
Continuous current:
Make and carry:
Breaking:
Output Relays
Configuration:
Contact material:
Operate time:
Max ratings for 100000 operations:
Voltage
DC Resistive
24 VDC
48 VDC
125 VDC
250 VDC
DC Inductive 24 VDC
48 VDC
125 VDC
(L/R = 40 ms) 250 VDC
AC Resistive 120 VAC
250 VAC
AC Inductive 120 VAC
PF=0.4
250 VAC
M/C
M/C
cont. 0.2 sec
16 A 48 A
16 A 48 A
16 A 48 A
16 A 48 A
16 A 48 A
16 A 48 A
16 A 48 A
16 A 48 A
16 A 48 A
16 A 48 A
16 A 48 A
16 A 48 A
Secondary Rated Current:
10 – 99% of CT rating
0 – 99.99 sec
±5m Hz
±3% over the complete range
Thermal Capacity
Current circuits:
Continuously:
During 3 sec:
During 1 sec:
4 x In
50 x In
100 x In monitoring (optional)
Oscillography
Data:
1 x 24 cycles
8 samples per power frequency cycle
Any element pickup or operate
Digital input change of state
Digital output change of state
Communication command
AC input channels
Digital input/output channels
Self-test events
Event Recorder
Capacity:
Time-tag:
Triggers:
Break
16 A
2.6 A
0.6 A
0.5 A
8A
1.3 A
0.3 A
0.25 A
16 A
16 A
6A
5A
Max
Load
384 W
125 W
75 W
125 W
192 W
62 W
37.5 W
62.5 W
1920 VA
4000 VA
720 VA
1250 VA
Frequency:
Relay Burden:
Current Withstand:
1m 5 A depending on the selected model, or 50 mA for
sensitive ground models
50 / 60 Hz ±3 Hz (The unit can be set to 50 or 60 Hz)
< 0.2 VA @ In = 5A secondary
< 0.08 VA @ In = 1A secondary
< 0.08 VA @ In = 1A sensitive ground, secondary
4 x In continuously
100 x In for 1 sec.
AC Voltage
Monitoring (Optional)
Records:
Sampling rate:
Triggers:
6 electromechanical Form C
silver alloy suited for inductive loads
8 ms
Inputs
Metering
Frequency:
Voltage/current:
400 VAC
16 A
30 A
4000 VA
AC Current
Undercurrent
Pickup level:
Definite time:
Tripping Contacts
High Range
Secondary Rated Voltage:
Frequency:
Relay Burden:
Voltage Withstand:
Low Range
Secondary Rated Voltage:
Frequency:
Relay Burden:
Voltage Withstand:
50-240 Vac
50 / 60 Hz ±3 Hz (The unit can be set to 50 or 60 Hz)
< 0.2 VA @ 120 Vac
440 Vac continuously
20-60 Vac
50 / 60 Hz ±3 Hz (The unit can be set to 50 or 60 Hz)
< 0.2 VA @ 120 Vac
250 Vac continuously
Digital Inputs
High Range
Voltage Threshold:
Maximum Voltage:
Relay Burden:
Low Range
Voltage Threshold:
Maximum Voltage:
Relay Burden:
75 Vdc
300 Vdc
5 mA @ 300 Vdc
12 Vdc
57 Vdc
2 mA @ 57 Vdc
24 events (32 in MIF)
To 1 millisecond
Any element pickup, operate or reset Digital input/output
change of state
Self-test events
Ranges
Current:
Voltage:
0.2 – 30 x In
Pickup level
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MII Modular Microprocessor Family
Common Technical Specifications
Communications
Packaging
Local communication:
Remote communication(local or
remote PC and communications net):
Mode:
Speed:
Alphanumeric display; 3 button frontal keypad
Approximate weight:
Net:
Ship:
Two 4-rack
8.8 lbs (4 kgs)
9.9 lbs (4.5 kgs)
One 8-rack
3.9 lbs (2.7 kg)
7 lbs (3.2 kg)
ModBus™ RTU
300 to 19,200 bps
Approvals
ISO:
Power Supply
Low Range
Rated DC Voltage:
Min./Max. DC Voltage:
Manufactured under an ISO9001 registered system.
:
Conforms to 89/336/CEE and 73/23/CEE
*Specifications subject to change without notice.
24 to 48 Vdc
19 / 58 Vdc
High Range
Rated DC Voltage:
Min./Max. DC Voltage:
Rated AC Voltage:
Min./Max. AV Voltage:
Power Consumption:
Backup time:
110 to 250 Vdc
88 / 300 Vdc
110 to 230 Vac @ 50 – 60 Hz
88 / 264 Vac @ 50 – 60 Hz
Max. = 10 W
(date, time and log memory)
without power supply voltage >1 week
Mechanical Characteristics
—Metallic package in quarter 19” rack and four units high
—Frontal MMI with display and keypad
—DB9 connector for RS232 ports on the front (1) and RS485 on the rear
—Protection class IP52 (according to IEC 529)
Environmental
Temperature
Storage:
Operation:
Humidity:
-40° C to +80° C
-20° C to +60° C
Up to 95% without condensing
Type Tests
Test
Insulation Test Voltage:
Surge Test Voltage:
Standard
IEC 60255-5
IEC 60255-5
1 MHz Interference:
Electrostatic Discharge:
IEC 60255-22-1
IEC 60255-22-2
EN 61000-4-2
Radio interference:
IEC 60255-22-3:
40 MHz, 151 MHz,
450 MHz and cellular phone
Radiated Electromagnetic fields
with amplitude modulation.
Radiated Electromagnetic fields
with amplitude modulation
Common mode
Radiated Electromagnetic fields
with frequency modulation.
Fast Transients:
Magnetic fields at industrial
frequency:
Power Supply interruptions:
Temperature:
RF Emission:
Sinusoidal Vibration:
Shock:
Insulation Test:
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2kV, 50/60 Hz 1 min
5 kV, 0.5 J. (3 positive pulses
and 3 negative.)
III
IV
8 kV in contact, 15 kV
through air
III
ENV 50140
10 V/m
ENV 50141
10 V/m
ENV 50204
ANSI/IEEE
C37.90.1
IEC 60255-22-4
BS EN 61000-4-4
10 V/m
IV
EN 61000-4-8
IEC 60255-11
IEC 57 (CO) 22
EN 55011
IEC 60255-21-1
IEC 60255-21-2
IEC255-5 (Tested on CTs,
Power Supply terminals,
Contact Inputs and Contact
Outputs)
IV
IV
30 AV/m
B
II
I
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Section 22
Protection & Control
Generator Protection
Generator Protection Selector Guide
page 22-23
Complete generator protection comparison
A reference table highlighting the feature set for each protection system
G60
page 22-24
Comprehensive protection for generators
The G60 Generator Protection System provides comprehensive protection for medium
and large generators, including large steam and combustion turbines, combined-cycle
generators and multi-circuit hydro units. The G60 may also be used on pumped storage
generators without the need of switching the CT secondary circuitry.
G30
page 22-26
Protection of small to medium sized generators and unit transformers
The G30 Generator Protection System provides economical protection for small to
medium sized steam, hydraulic and combustion-turbine generators as well as for
applications that have both the generator and transformer in the same zone of
protection. The G30 is ideal for protecting single and multi-pole generators with single
or split phase windings configurations.
489
page 22-28
Protection, monitoring and metering for industrial generators
The 489 Generator Protection System provides complete protection of small to medium
sized synchronous or induction generators operating at 25, 50 or 60 Hz. The 489 has
specific features required for industrial environments including a drawout case to limit
downtime during maintenance as well as conformal coating for protection from harsh
chemical environments.
G650
page 22-30
Protection for distributed generation applications
The G650 is a distributed generation protection and control system designed to protect
and control small to medium size generators, as well as to operate as a distributed
generation interconnection protection system.
W650
page 22-32
Advanced wind turbine protection and control system
The W650 Wind Generator Protection System provides economical protection and
control of medium to large sized wind turbine generators. The W650 has unique
communication and control functionality that drastically reduce the installation costs
associated with the coordination of wind turbine protections and system control.
MIG II
page 22-34
Protection for small generators
The MIG II provides a cost effective solution for providing basic protection for rotating
electrical machines. The primary application is for the protection of small generators,
however the MIG II contains protection elements such as thermal image protection that
can be used for protection of small induction motors.
MIW II
page 22-35
Directional power and loss of excitation protection
The MIW II provides directional power and loss of field protection to prevent motoring
and detection of loss of excitation on synchronous generators.
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Protection and Control
Generator Protection Selection Guide
Features
Device
MIWII
MIGII
W650
G650
489
G30
G60
•
•
P/A
•
•
•
•
•
P/A
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Protection & Control
Overspeed
Distance Backup
Volts/Hz
Synchronism check
Phase/Ground/Auxiliary Undervoltage
Third Harmonic Neutral Undervoltage
Directional Power
Undercurrent
Bearing RTD
Loss of Field
Generator Unbalance
Voltage phase reversal
Thermal Overload
Accidental Energization
Negative Sequence Overcurrent
Instantaneous Overcurrent Phase/Ground/Neutral
Timed Overcurrent Phase/Ground/Neutral
Split Phase
Voltage Restraint Overcurrent
Breaker Failure
Power Factor Limiting
Overvoltage Phase/Ground/Neutral/Auxiliary
100% Stator Earth Fault
Voltage Unbalance
Directional Overcurrent Phase/Ground/Neutral/Neg. Seq.
Power Swing Blocking
Out of Step Tripping
Voltage Surge/Loss of Mains
Autoreclose
Under/Overfrequency
Rate of Change of Frequency
Lockout
Generator Differential
Generator & Transformer Differential
Restricted Ground Fault
VT Fuse Failure
12
21P
24
25
27P/G/A
27TN
32
37
38
40
46
47
49
50/27
50_2/51_2
50P/G/N
51P/G/N
50SP
51V
50BF
55
59 P/G/N/A
27TN/59N
60V
67P/G/N/Q
68
78
78V
79
81U/O
81R
86
87G
87GT
87RGF
VTFF
•
•
P/A
•
•
P/A
•
•
•
•
•
P
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
P/G
P/G
•
P/G/N
P/G/N
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
P/G/N
P/G/N
P/N/A
•
•
•
P/G/N/A
•
P/G/N
G/N
•
•
•
•
•
•
P/G
P/G
•
•
•
•
P/G/N
P/G/N
•
•
P/G/N
P/G/N
•
•
P/N
•
P/N/A
•
G
P/N/Q
P/N/Q
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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•
•
•
•
64
16
16
64
16
16
32
32
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•
•
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•
•
96
64
24
4
24
64
32
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
96
64
24
2
24
64
32
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1024
64
•
15ms
•
1024
64
•
15ms
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Automation
Contact Inputs (max)
Contact Outputs (max)
Analog Inputs
Analog Outputs
RTD Inputs
Virtual Inputs
Direct Inputs
Programmable Logic
FlexElements
Trip-Coil Supervision
User-Programmable LED’s
User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Selector Switch
Digital Counters
Digital Elements
Redundant Power Supply
2
6
•
2
5
•
7
6
4
4
12
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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24
8
479
72
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1s
479
72
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1s
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•
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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•
•
•
•
Monitoring & Metering
Current
Voltage
Frequency
Power Factor
Power - Real, Reactive, Apparent
Energy
Demand - Current, MW, MVA, Mvar
Temperature
Event Recorder (number of events)
Oscillography (max samples per cycle)
Fault Reports
Data Logger (max sample rate)
•
•
•
24
8
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
256
12
5s
Communications
RS232/RS485 serial communications
Ethernet Communications
Fiber Optic Ethernet
Modbus Protocol
•
•
•
•
•
Protocols
DNP 3.0 Protocol
EGD Protocol
IEC 61870-5-105 protocol
IEC61850 protocol
Peer-to-Peer Communications (GSSE/GOOSE)
Simple Network Timesync Protocol
IRIG-B Input
Process Bus (IEC 61850-9-2)
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Protection and Control
G60 Generator Protection System
Comprehensive protection for generators
Key Benefits
—Secure, high-speed protection elements for complete generator
protection, compliant with IEEE® C37.102
—Phasor Measurement Unit (synchrophasor) according to IEEE
C37.118 (2011) and IEC® 61850-90-5 support
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for simultaneous/dedicated network connections with advanced 1 microsecond time synchronization via LAN with IEEE 1588 support
—Reduced relay-to-relay wiring and associated installation costs
through high-speed inter-relay communications
—Available Ethernet Global Data (EGD) eases integration with new
and existing GE Digital Energy control systems
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
—Robust network security enabling Critical Infrastructure
Protection through user command logging, and dual permission
access control
—Advanced fault and disturbance recording, including internal
relay operating signals, eliminating the need for external
recording devices
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
Applications
—Medium to large generators typically driven by steam, gas or
hydraulic turbines
—Pumped storage generators used as pumping motors for
reservoir storage
—Stand-alone protection or component in automated substation
control systems
—Standard protection product offering on new GE
generator installations
Features
Protection and Control
—Generator stator differential
—100% stator ground protection 3rd harmonic
—Field ground protection
—100% stator ground fault protection using
sub-harmonic injection
—Loss of excitation
—Power swing blocking and out-of-step tripping
—Backup distance
—Reverse/low forward power
—Restricted ground fault and thermal overload protection
—Overexcitation
—Generator unbalance
—CT failure for each CT bank, VT fuse failure
—Breaker failure
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Features (continued)
Communications
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, EGD, IEC 60870-5-104, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between URs for
direct transfer trip (DTT) and I/O extension applications
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering: current, voltage, power, energy, frequency
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—Advanced relay health diagnostics
—P & M class synchrophasors of voltage, current and sequence
components: 1 to 120 frames/sec
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify designing
and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device documents and software are up-to-date via EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
G60 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
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G60 Generator Protection System
Comprehensive
protection for generators
O
Ordering
G60 - * 00 - H * * - F ** - H ** - M ** - P ** - U **- W/X **
Base Unit
CPU
G60
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
Software Options
(see note 1 below)
00
01
03
04
05
06
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mount / Coating
H
A
V
B
User Interface
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
H
H
L
CT/VT DSP
8L
8M
8N
8R
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
8L
8M
8N
8R
81
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
Transducer I/O
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
Ordering Notes:
For full size
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + multimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
Ethernet Global Data (EGD)
IEC 61850
Ethernet Global Data (EGD) + IEC 61850
Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU)
IEC 61850 + Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU)
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry UR. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19” rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19” rack) - Harsh Environment Coating
Vertical (3/4 size) - Standard
Vertical (3/4 size) - Harsh Environment Coating
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
RH 125/250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC
24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Standard 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
XX No module
4A 4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4C 4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
4D 16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
4L 14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
67 8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
6C 8 Form-C Outputs
6D 16 Digital Inputs
6E 4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6F 8 Fast Form-C Outputs
6K 4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
6L 2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6M 2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
6N 4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6P 6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
6R 2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6S 2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
6T 4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6U 6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
6V 2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
5A 4 dcmA Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
5C 8 RTD Inputs
5D 4 RTD Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
5E 4 dcmA Inputs, 4 RTD Inputs
5F 8 dcmA Inputs
7A 820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
7B 1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
7C 1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel
7H 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
7I 1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
7J 1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 Channels
7S G.703, 2 Channels
7W RS422, 2 Channels
76 IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
77 IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
1. To view all available model order codes, options for G60 or to order the UR Classic Front Panel, please visit GE’s On-Line Store at http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=G60
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis
Accessories for the G60
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
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Protection and Control
G30 Generator Protection System
Protection for Small to Medium Generators, Combined Generators and Transformers
Key Benefits
—Complete protection for small to medium-sized generators
—Advanced automation capabilities for providing customized
protection and control solutions
—Combined generator and transformer protection
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for simultaneous/ dedicated network connections with advanced 1 microsecond time synchronization via LAN with IEEE® 1588 support
—High-speed peer-to-peer communications reduces relay-torelay wiring and associated installation costs
—Embedded IEC® 61850 protocol
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
—Robust network security enabling Critical Infrastructure
Protection through user command logging, and dual permission
access control
—High-end fault and disturbance recording eliminates the need
for redundant recording devices
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
Applications
—Small to medium-sized generators typically driven by steam, gas
or hydraulic turbines
—Pumped storage generators
—Combined generator and transformer in the zone of protection
—Distributed Generator (DG) interconnect protection as per
IEEE 1547
Features
Protection and Control
—Overall unit differential including transformer
—Restricted ground fault and thermal overload protection
—Split-phase protection
—Loss of excitation, overexcitation
—Third harmonic neutral undervoltage
—Generator unbalance
—Reverse and low forward power
—Accidental energization
—Synchronism check
—Phase sequence reversal for pumped storage
—CT failure for each CT bank, VT fuse failure
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Features (continued)
Communications
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, EGD, IEC 60870-5-104, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between URs
for transformer tripping applications
—Embedded managed Ethernet switch with four 100 Mbit fiber
optic ports and 2 copper ports
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering: current, voltage, power, energy, frequency
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—Setting for security audit trails for tracking changes to G30
configurations
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify
designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device
documents and software are up-to-date via
EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
G30 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
www.gedigitalenergy.com
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Data subject to change
without notice
Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection and Control
G30 Generator Protection System
Protection for Small to Medium Generators, Combined Generators and Transformers
Ordering
Base Unit
CPU
G30 - * 00 - H * * - F ** - H ** - M ** - P ** - U **-W/X
**
G30
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + Multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
Ethernet Global Data (EGD)
IEC 61850
Ethernet Global Data (EGD) + IEC 61850
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19" rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19" rack) - Harsh Environment Coating
Vertical (3/4 size) - Standard
Vertical (3/4 size) - Harsh Environment Coating
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
RH 125/250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC
24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Standard 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive ground 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostic
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
XX No Module
4A 4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4C 4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
4D 16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
4L 14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
67 8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
6C 8 Form-C Outputs
6D 16 Digital Inputs
6E 4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6F 8 Fast Form-C Outputs
6K 4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
6L 2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6M 2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
6N 4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6P 6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
6R 2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6S 2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
6T 4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6U 6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
6V 2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
5C 8 RTD Inputs
5E 4 dcmA Inputs, 4 RTD Inputs
5F 8 dcmA Inputs
7A 820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
7B 1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
7C 1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel
7H 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
7I 1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
7J 1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 Channels
7R G.703, 1 Channels
7S G.703, 2 Channels
7T RS422, 1 Channels
7W RS422, 2 Channels
76 IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
77 IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
2A C37.94SM, 1300nm singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel singlemode
2B C37.94SM, 1300nm singlemode, ELED, 2 Channel singlemode
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
Software Options
(see note 1 below)
00
01
03
04
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mount / Coating
H
A
V
B
User Interface
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
H
H
L
CT/VT DSP
8L
8M
8N
8R
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
Transducer I/O
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
8L
8M
8N
8R
81
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
Ordering Note:
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
For Full Sized Horizontal Mount
1. To view all the options available for G30, please visit GE’s On-Line Store at http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=G30
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis
Visit GEMultilin.com/G30 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review application notes and support documents
—Buy a G30 online
—View the UR Family brochure
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Accessories for the G30
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
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Protection and Control
489 Generator Protection System
Economical protection, monitoring and metering for generators
Key Benefits
—Complete, secure protection of small to medium sized
generators
—Easy to use generator protection system supported by an
industry leading suite of software tools.
—Advanced protection and monitoring features including the use
of RTDs for stator and bearing thermal protection and Analog
Inputs for vibration monitoring
—Global acceptance as a member of the most renown protection
relay product family in the market.
—Draw-out construction allowing for minimized downtime and
easy removal/installation of the 489 during maintenance
routines
—Large, user-friendly front panel interface allowing for realtime
power monitoring and setpoint access with a display that is
easily readable in direct sunlight
—Enhanced generator troubleshooting through the use of
IRIGB time synchronized event records, waveform capturing,
and data loggers
—Simplified setpoint verification testing using built in waveform
simulation functionality
—Cost effective access to information through industry standard
communication hardware (RS232, RS485, 10BaseT Ethernet) and
protocols (Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP/IP, DNP 3.0)
—Available for use in most extreme harsh locations with the
available Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Applications
—Synchronous or induction generators operating at 25Hz, 50Hz or
60Hz
—Primary or backup protection in cogeneration applications
Features
Protection and Control
—Generator stator differential
—100% stator ground
—Loss of excitation
—Distance backup
—Reverse power (anti-motoring)
—Overexcitation
—Ground directional overcurrent
—Inadvertent energization
—Breaker failure
—Stator and bearing thermal monitoring
—Stator and bearing vibration monitoring
—Negative sequence overcurrent
Features (continued)
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering – current, voltage, power, Energy, frequency, power factor
—Demand – current, watts, vars, VA
—Temperature – 12 RTD inputs
—Vibration and Speed – 4 analog transducer inputs
—Event Recorder – 256 time tagged events
—Oscillography – 12 samples/ cycle up to 128 cycles in length
—Trending – 8 parameters with up to a 5 second sample rate
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
—Ease to use real time monitoring, control, and data archiving
software available
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
489 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
Communications
—Networking interfaces - RS232, RS485, 10Mbps copper Ethernet
—Multiple protocols - ModBus® RTU, ModBus® TCP/IP,
DNP 3.0 Level 2
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489 Generator Protection System
Economical protection, monitoring and metering for generators
Ordering
489 *
*
*
*
P1
P5
LO
HI
A1
A20
E
T
*
Current Input Relays
1 A phase CT secondaries
5 A phase CT secondaries
Power Supply Options
DC: 24 – 60 V; AC: 20 – 48 V @ 48 – 62 Hz
DC: 90 – 300 V; AC: 70 – 265 V @ 48 – 62 Hz
Analogue Outputs
0 – 1 mA analog outputs
4 – 20 mA analog outputs
Enhancements
Enhanced display, larger LCD, improved keypad
Enhanced display, larger LCD, improved keypad plus
10BaseT Ethernet Port
Environmental Protection
H Harsh (Chemical) Environment Conformal Coating
Accessories for the 489
489 Generator Protection Learning CD
TRCD-SR489-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML1600-HI-A1-A1
Multinet™
Multinet-FE
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring
VP-1
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/489 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a 489 online
—View the 489 brochure
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Protection and Control
G650 Generator Protection System
Protection, control and monitoring for generator interconnection
Key Benefits
—Complete distributed generator interconnection protection with
two protection options, Basic Protection and Enhanced
Protection, to fit your generator protection requirements.
—Preconfigured with Logic for standard Tripping and
Closing operation.
—Reduce installation space requirements with a compact design
incorporating protection, control, programmable pushbuttons,
programmable LEDs, and communication interfaces
—Reduced system event analyzing time and cost through
integrated Sequence of Event reports, Oscillography recording,
and Trending files.
—Flexible and cost effective control for complex systems through
the use of IEC61131 compatible programmable logic to
customize the relay’s operation
—Minimized communication down time through reliable redundant
Ethernet Communication ports
Applications
—Protection of small to medium sized Induction or
Synchronous Generators
—Stand-alone or component in automated substation
control system
—Distributed generation and interconnection protection,
management, and control where programmable logic is a
requirement to interact with prime mover control system
Features
Basic Protection Option
—Phase, Neutral, Ground and Negative Sequence TOC and IOC
—Neutral and Ground Directional Overcurrent
—Voltage Restraint Overcurrent
—Phase Under and Overvoltage, Neutral and Ground Overvoltage
—Directional Power
—Under and Overfrequency, and Frequency Rate of Change
—Generator Thermal Model
—Generator Current unbalance
—Loss of Excitation
—Inadvertent Generator Energization
Enhanced Protection Option (Includes all Basic functions)
—Sensitive Ground Overcurrent
—Volts/Hz
—Power Factor limiting
—Vector surge loss of mains detection
—Breaker Failure
—VT Fuse failure
—Restricted Ground Fault
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Features (continued)
Monitoring and Metering
—Current, voltage, power, power factor, frequency metering, demand
—Breaker condition monitoring including breaker arcing current
(I2t) trip counters, and trip circuit monitoring
—Event Recorder - 479 time tagged events, with 1ms
time resolution
—High resolution oscillography and Data Logger, with
programmable sampling rate
—Fault locator, record of last 10 faults
Communications
—Standard serial interface with RS232 - up to 115,200 bps
—Optional second rear RS485 or serial fiber plastic or glass fiber
optic port
—Ethernet Ports – 10/100 Base TX, 100 Base FX with ST connectors,
options for redundancy available
—Multiple protocols - ModBus® RTU and over TCP/IP, DNP 3.0 Level
2, IEC 60870-5-104, Http, and tftp.
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
G650 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
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Section 22
Protection and Control
G650 Generator Protection System
Protection, control and monitoring for generator interconnection
Ordering
To order select the basic model and the desired features from the Selection Guide below:
G650 * * * F * G * *
*
B
M
N
E
C
D
F
A
P
G
X
Y
Z
C
M
B
C
D
E
1
2
4
5
0
1
4
5
LO
HI
LOR
HIR
H
Description
Display and Functionality Options
Basic Display and Basic Protection Functionality.
Graphical Display with Standard Symbols and Basic
Protection Functionality.
Graphical Display with IEC Symbols and Basic
Protection Functionality.
Basic Display and Enhanced Protection Functionality.
Graphical Display with Standard Symbols and
Enhanced Protection Functionality.
Graphical Display with IEC Symbols and Enhanced
Protection Functionality.
Rear Serial Communications Board 1
None
Redundant RS485
Redundant plastic F.O.
Redundant glass F.O.
Redundant RS485 + remote fiber CAN bus I/O
Redundant plastic F.O. + remote fiber CAN bus I/O
Redundant glass F.O. + remote fiber CAN bus I/O
Remote cable CAN bus I/O
RS485 + Remote cable CAN bus I/O
Rear Ethernet Communications board 2
10/100 BaseT
10/100 BaseT + 10/100 Base FX
10/100 BaseT + redundant 10/100 Base FX
Redundant 10/100 Base TX
I/O board 1
16 digital inputs + 8 outputs
8 digital inputs, 4 circuits for circuit supervision,
6 Outputs + 2 outputs with circuits for trip current
supervision (latching)
32 Digital Inputs
16 Digital Inputs + 8 Analog Inputs
I/O board 2
None
16 Digital Inputs + 8 Outputs
32 Digital Inputs
16 Digital Inputs + 8 Analog Inputs
Auxiliary Voltage
24-48 Vdc (range 19.2 - 57.6)
110-250 Vdc (range 88-300)
120-230 Vac (range 88-264)
Redundant LO
Redundant HI
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Without Harsh (Chemical) Environment
Conformal Coating
Harsh (Chemical) Environment Conformal Coating
Accessories for the G650
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML1600-HI-A2-A2
Multinet™
Multinet-FE
Viewpoint Monitoring
VP-1
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Visit www.GEMultilin.com/G650 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a G650 online
—View the G650 brochure
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Protection and Control
W650 Wind Generator Protection System
Advanced wind turbine protection and control system
Key Benefits
—Complete wind generator protection, control, metering and
monitoring in a single device
—High accuracy metering for enhanced power control (real and
reactive) even at low loads and harmonics presence
—Direct connection to generators up to 690 VAC eliminating the
need of VTs.
—Maximum EMC and environmental performance per IEC/ ANSI
standards enabling the use wind turbines environment including
off-shore wind farms
—Reduced system event analyzing time and cost through integrated Sequence of Event reports, Oscillography recording, and
Trending files.
—Flexible and cost effective control for complex systems through
the use of IEC 61131 compatible programmable logic to
customize the relay’s operation
—Reduced communications downtime through the use of reliable
redundant fiber optic Ethernet communications ports
Applications
—Protection of single wind turbine generators
—Transfer trip application for wind farm controls
Features
Protection and Control
—Phase, neutral, ground and sensitive ground overcurrent
—Negative sequence overcurrent
—Directional overcurrent
—Phase overvoltage
—Phase undervoltage
—Neutral overvoltage
—Voltage unbalance
—Breaker failure
—VT Fuse failure
—Generator Overload
—Underpower and reverse power
—Overfrequency and Underfrequency
Features (continued)
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
—Ease to use real time monitoring, control, and data archiving
software available
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
W650 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
Communications
—100Mbit Fiber Optic Ethernet
—RS485, RS232, and Canbus serial interfaces
—Multiple Protocols - IEC61850, DNP 3.0 Level 2, Modbus RTU,
Modbus TCP/IP, IEC60870-5-104, CANopen
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering - current, voltage, power, power factor, frequency,
energy, demand
—Oscillography – analog and digital parameters at
64 samples/cycle
—Event Recorder - 128 time tagged events
—Data Logger - 16 channels with sampling rate up to
1 sample /second
—Fault Locator – 10 configurable Fault Reports
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W650 Wind Generator Protection System
Advanced wind turbine protection and control system
Ordering
To order select the basic model and the desired features from the Selection Guide below:
W650
* * * F * G * * * *
B
M
F
A
P
G
X
Y
Z
C
M
B
C
D
E
1
2
4
5
0
1
4
5
LO
HI
LOR
HIR
6
H
Basic display (4 x 20 characters)
Graphic display (240 x 128 pixels)
Rear serial communications board 1
None
Redundant RS485
Redundant plastic fiber optic
Redundant glass fiber optic
Redundant RS485 + fiber CAN port (CANopen)
Redundant plastic fiber optic + fiber CAN port (CANopen)
Redundant glass fiber optic + fiber CAN port (CANopen)
Cable CAN port (CANopen)
RS485 + cable CAN port (CANopen)
Rear ethernet communications board 2
10/100 Base TX
10/100 Base TX + 100 Base FX
10/100 Base TX + Redundant 100 Base FX
Redundant 10/100 Base TX
I/O Board 1 in Slot F
16 Digital Inputs + 8 Outputs
8 Digital Inputs + 8 Outputs + 2 Trip / Close circuit
supervision circuits
32 Digital Inputs
16 Digital Inputs + 8 Analog Inputs
I/O Board In Slot G
None
16 Inputs + 8 Outputs
32 Digital Inputs (See Note 1)
16 Digital Inputs + 8 Analog Inputs (See Note 1)
Auxiliary Voltage
24-48 Vdc (range 19.2 - 57.6)
110-250 Vdc (range 88 - 300)
120-230 Vac (range 96 - 250)
Redundant LO
Redundant HI
Protocol
without IEC 61850
IEC61850
Environmental Protection
Without Harsh (Chemical) Environment Conformal Coating
Harsh (Chemical) Environment Conformal Coating
Note 1: The number selected for option G must be equal or higher than the number selected for option F.
Accessories for the W650
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML1600-HI-A2-A2
Multinet™
Multinet-FE
Viewpoint Monitoring
VP-1
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/W650 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a W650 online
—View the W650 brochure
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Protection and Control
MIG II Generator Protection System
Three-phase and ground protection for small generators
Key Benefits
—Reduce troubleshooting and maintenance cost - event recording,
and analog/digital oscillography
—Design flexibility - Easy to use programming logic
—Access to information - Modbus RTU communications
—Configurable logic, curves, digital I/Os, and LEDs
—Follow technology evolution - Flash memory for product
field upgrade
—Two settings groups
—Password protection for local operation
—Automatic display of last fault information
—AC/DC power supply
—Access via front panel keypad or communication links
—EnerVista™ compatible
—Isolated RS232 port
Applications
—Small generators and motors
—Component for bigger generator packages
—Standby/critical power protection main unit
—Small motor protection
—Transformer protection
Features (continued)
Monitoring and Metering
—24-event record
—Analog/digital oscillography
—Per phase current metering
—Monitoring of the last 5 trips information from the display
User Interfaces
—2x16 character LCD display
—6 LED indicators, 4 configurable in function and color
—Front RS232 and rear RS485 ports using ModBus® RTU protocol
up to 19,200 bps
—EnerVista™ Software - an industry leading suite of software tools
that simplifies every aspect of working with GE Multilin™ devices
Features
Protection and Control
—Phase, ground TOC
—Phase, ground IOC
—Thermal image protection
—Circuit breaker control (open and close)
—Negative Sequence Element
—Restricted Ground Differential Element
—Undercurrent
—Maximum number of starts
—Locked rotor
—Configurable I/O
—Six outputs: trip, service, 4 auxiliary
—4 pre-configured overcurrent curves (ANSI, IEC)
Ordering
To order select the basic model and the desired features from the Selection Guide below:
MIG II * * * *
E 0 0
*
0
0
P
Q
A
I
5
1
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/MIGII to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a MIG II online
—View the MIG II brochure
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1
N
LO
HI
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Description
Application
Generator protection elements
Motor protection elements
Curves
ANSI
IEC
PHASE CT
CT In = 5 A (0.5 - 12 A)
CT In = 1 A (0.1 - 2.4 A)
GROUND CT
CT In = 5 A (0.5 - 12 A)
CT In = 1 A (0.1 - 2.4 A)
CT In = 1 A (0.005 - 0.12 A) *
POWER SUPPLY
24 - 48 Vdc ( 19.2 - 57.6 Vdc)
110 - 250 Vdc ( 88 - 300 Vdc )
110 - 230 Vac ( 88 - 264 Vac )
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MIW II Directional Power Protection System
Numerical reverse, forward and low forward directional power and loss of field protection relay
Key Benefits
—Reduce troubleshooting and maintenance cost - event recording,
and analogy/digital oscillography
—Design flexibility - Easy to use programming logic
—Access to information - Modbus RTU communications
—Configurable logic, curves, digital I/Os, and LEDs
—Flash memory for field upgrades
—Two settings groups
—Password protection for local operation
—Automatic display of last fault information
—AC/DC power supply
—Access via front panel keypad or communication links
—EnerVista™ compatible
—Isolated RS232 port
Applications
—Controlling power flow in AC generator applications
Features
Protection and Control
—Three power elements for MIW II 1000 and four power elements
for MIW II 2000 (32_x)
—Loss of field/excitation (40)
—Fuse failure (60)
—Configurable I/O
—6 outputs, 4 configurable, plus trip and alarm
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering values for Ia, voltage values, P, Q, S, V1, V2 and angle.
—24-event record
—Analog/digital oscillography - 24 cycles at 8 samples per cycle
—Information displayed on last 5 relay trips
User Interfaces
—2x16 character LCD display
—6 LED indicators, 4 configurable in function and color
—Front RS232 and rear RS485 ports using ModBus RTU protocol
up to 19,200 bps
—EnerVista™ software - an industry leading suite of software tools
that simplifies every aspect of working with GE Multilin™ devices
Ordering
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/MIWII to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
— Review applications notes and
support documents
—Buy a MIW II online
—View the MIW II brochure
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0
0
*
1
2
LO
HI
0
0
DESCRIPTION
Protection Elements:
3 x Directional Power,
1 x Loss of field, 1 x Fuse Failure
4 x Directional Power
Power Supply
24-48 VDC (Range: 19~58 VDC)
110-250 VDC (Range: 88~300 VDC)
110-230 VAC (Range: 88~264 VAC)
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Transformer Protection
Selector Guide
page 22-37
Complete transformer protection comparison
A reference table highlighting the feature set for each protection system
T60
page 22-38
Comprehensive multi-winding transformer protection system
The T60 Transformer Protection System is designed for various power transformer
applications, including auto-transformers, generator step up transformers, split-phase,
angle regulating transformers and reactors. Uses multiple current and voltage inputs to
provide primary protection and back-up protection of transformers, including differential,
ground differential, phase, neutral, and ground overcurrent, under- and over-voltage,
under- and over-frequency, over-fluxing, and breaker failure protection. Also provides
protection of transformerbased on winding temperature and loss-of-life calculations.
T35
page 22-40
Cost effective protection for transformers with up to 6 restraints
The T35 Transformer Protection System is designed to provide basic transformer protection
functions for variety of transformer applications. Uses multiple current inputs to provide primary protection and backup protection of transformers, including differential, phase and
ground overcurrent, protection. The relay can be configured to accept up to 6 sets of current inputs to provide proper differential restraint for applications with three winding
transformers with windings configured in dual breaker arrangements.
745
page 22-42
Draw-out transformer protection system
The 745 Transformer Protection System is a full featured transformer protection relay,
suitable for application on small, medium, and large power transformers. The 745 can be
applied on two-winding and three-winding transformers. Uses multiple current and
voltage inputs to provide primary protection and back-up protection of transformers,
including differential, ground differential phase, neutral, and ground overcurrent,
over-fluxing, and on-load tap changer. The 745 also has specific features for industrial
environments, including a drawout case to limit downtime during maintenance and
conformal coating for harsh environments. 745 also includes analog inputs and outputs,
while incorporating advanced features such as transformer loss of life calculations.
345
page 22-44
Intuitive protection and advanced communications for power transformers
Microprocessor-based system for primary and backup protection of small and medium
sized, 2-winding, distribution transformers. The Multilin 345 offers advanced algorithms
for magnitude and phase compensation. The 345 includes advanced communications
supporting simultaneous communications, enhanced draw-out construction and enhanced diagnostics for asset monitoring and simplified setup & configuration tools to reduce commissioning time.
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Protection and Control
Transformer Protection
Selector Guide
Features
Device
745
T35
T60
87T
•
3
•
•
•
16/1
•
•
•
6
•
•
•
32/1
Protection & Control
Transformer Differential
Maximum Number of Windings
Harmonic Restraint
Internal Winding Phase Shift Compensation
Dynamic CT Ratio-Matching
CT Mismatch Range
Restricted Ground Fault
Over-Fluxing (Voltz Per Hertz)
Phase Undervoltage
IOC, Ground/Neutral/Phase
TOC, Ground/Neutral/Phase
Custom programmable overcurrent curves
Overvoltage, Neutral/Phase/Auxiliary
Overvoltage, Symmetrical Component
Current Directional, Neutral/Phase.
Voltage Transformer Fuse Failure
Under/Overfrequency
Synchrocheck
Transformer Overload
Lockout
87RGF
24
27P
50G/N/P
51G/N/P
59N/P/X
59N
67 N/P
VTFF
81U/O
25
49
86
•
•
•
•
5
•
•
•
32/1
•
•
•
G/N/P
G/N/P
•
N/P/X
•
P/N
•
•
•
•
•
4
16
8
6
96
64
•
•
•
64/96
32/32
12
Trip/Close
48
•
•
•
•
24/12
24
6
96
64
•
•
•
64/96
32/32
12
Trip/Close
48
•
•
•
•
24/12
24
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
G/N/P
G/N/P
•
G/P
•
•
Automation
Settings Groups
Contact Inputs (Up to)
Contact Outputs (Up to)
Non-volatile latches
Programmable Logic
FlexElements™
Virtual Inputs/Outputs
Direct Inputs/Outputs
Programmable Pushbuttons
Trip/Close Coil Supervision
User-Programmable LEDs
User-Programmable Self Test
Selector Switch
Digital Counters
Digital Elements
Analog Inputs/Outputs (Up to)
RTD Inputs (Up to)
•
16/16
Trip
1
1
Monitoring & Metering
Power Factor
Current – RMS
Current – Phasor
Current – Demand
Current - Unbalance
Voltage
Power - Apparent, Real, Reactive
MW, MVA, Mvar Demand
Breaker Arc Current
Energy
Frequency
Temperature
Current Harmonics (Up to)
Loss of Life Calculations
Fault Report
User Programmable Trip Reports
Event Recorder - Number of Events
Oscillography - Sampling Rate
Trip Counters
Data Logger
Simulation Mode
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
21
•
•
40
12
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1024
64
•
•
25
•
•
•
1024
64
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Communications
RS232 Port
RS485 Port
RS422, G.703, C37.94
Ethernet
Fiber (800nm, 1300nm, 1550nm)
•
•
•
Protocols
ModBus (RTU & TCP/IP)
DNP3
EGD Protocol
IEC61850
IEC 60870-5-104
Simple Network Time Protocol
TCP/IP
HTTP
IRIG-B Input
Process Bus (IEC 61850-9-2)
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•
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Protection and Control
T60 Transformer Protection System
Full-Featured, Multiple-Winding Transformer Protection
Key Benefits
—Secure high-speed protection for transformers, compliant with
IEEE® C37.91
—Improved security for transformer energization and inrush
provided through a superior adaptive 2nd harmonic
restraint algorithm
—Sensitive ground fault protection provides low-impedance
differential protection down to 5% of the winding to limit
transformer damage
—Phasor Measurement Unit (synchrophasor) according to IEEE
C37.118 (2011) and IEC® 61850-90-5 support
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for simultaneous/ dedicated network connections with advanced 1 microsecond time synchronization via LAN with IEEE 1588 support
—Reduced relay-to-relay wiring and associated installation costs
through high-speed inter-relay communications
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
—Advanced fault and disturbance recording, including internal
relay operating signals, eliminating the need for redundant
recording devices
—Integrated transformer thermal monitoring for asset management
and maintenance optimization
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
Applications
—Transformer asset monitoring using hottest spot, loss-of-life and
aging factor
—Applicable for transformers with up to six windings in a ring bus
or breaker-and-a-half configuration
—Reliable and secure protection for three-phase transformers,
autotransformers, reactors, split phase and phase angle
regulating transformers
—Stand-alone or component in automated substation
control system
Features
Protection and Control
—Dual-slope, dual-breakpoint differential restraint characteristic,
restrained and unrestrained differential
—2nd harmonic inrush and overexcitation inhibit
—Transformer overexcitation and thermal overload protection
—Restricted ground fault
—Loss-of-life, aging factor, hottest spot
—Five-zone backup distance protection with power swing
detection and load encroachment function
—Synchrocheck
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Features (continued)
Communications
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, EGD, IEC 60870-5-104, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between URs
for direct transfer trip (DTT) applications
—Embedded managed Ethernet switch with four 100 Mbit fiber
optic ports and 2 copper ports
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering: current, voltage, power, energy, frequency,
temperature, transformer monitoring
—P & M class synchrophasors of voltage, current and sequence
components: reporting rate 1 to 120 frames/s
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—Setting for security audit trails for tracking changes to
T60 configurations
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify
designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device documents and software are up-to-date via EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
T60 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection and Control
T60 Transformer Protection System
Full-Featured, Multiple-Winding Transformer Protection
O
Ordering
Base Unit
CPU
T60 - * 00 - H * * - F ** - H ** - M ** -P** - U ** -W/X **
For Full Sized Horizontal Mount
T60
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + Multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + Mutlimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
Ethernet Global Data (EGD)
IEC 61850
Ethernet Global Data (EGD) + IEC 61850
PMU
IEC 61850 + PMU
Synchrocheck
Synchrocheck + IEC 61850
5 windings (No Breaker Failure)
5 windings (No Breaker Failure) + EGD
5 windings (No Breaker Failure) + IEC 61850
5 windings (No Breaker Failure) + EGD + IEC 61850
PMU + Synchrocheck
PMU + IEC 61850 + Synchrocheck
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19" rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19" rack) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Vertical (3/4 size) - Standard
Vertical (3/4 size) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
125/250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC
24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Standard 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
No Module
4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
8 RTD Inputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 RTD Inputs
8 dcmA Inputs
820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 Channels
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 2 Channels
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
C37.94SM, 1300nm singlemode, ELED, 2 Channel singlemode
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
Software Options
(see notes 1 & 3 below)
00
01
03
04
06
07
10
11
20
21
22
23
33
34
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mount / Coating
H
A
V
B
User Interface
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
H
H
L
CT/VT DSP
RH
8L
8M
8N
8R
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5E
5F
Transducer I/O
8L
8M
8N
8R
81
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5E
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
Ordering Notes:
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5E
5F
7A
7B
7C
7H
7I
7J
7S
7W
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2B
1. To view all the options available for T60, please visit GE’s On-Line Store http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=T60
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis.
3. All “5 windings (No breaker Failure)” options become “6 windings w/breaker failure” when FW v7xx is chosen.
Accessories for the T60
UR Applications I Learning CD
Multilink Ethernet Switch
Viewpoint Engineer
Viewpoint Maintenance
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
VPE-1
VPM-1
VP-1-61850
www.gedigitalenergy.com
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Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection and Control
T35 Transformer Protection System
Cost-Effective Differential Protection for Transformers with Up to 6 Sets of CTs
Key Benefits
—Secure high-speed transformer differential protection with
advanced features in a cost-effective package
—Improved security for transformer energization and inrush
provided through a superior adaptive 2nd harmonic
restraint algorithm
—Application flexibility for transformers with up to 6 sets of CTs,
with independent magnitude/phase angle compensation and
grounding settings
—Advanced automation capabilities for providing customized
protection and control solutions
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for simultaneous/ dedicated network connections with advanced 1 microsecond time synchronization via LAN with IEEE® 1588 support
—Reduced relay-to-relay wiring and associated installation costs
through high-speed inter-relay communications
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC® 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
—Advanced fault and disturbance recording, including internal
relay operating signals, eliminating the need for redundant
recording devices
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
Applications
—Combined protection for transformer and small bus zone,
including breaker-and-a-half and ring bus diameters
—Stand-alone or component in automated substation
control system
—Primary and backup protection of power transformers,
autotransformers, reactors, split-phase and angle regulating
transformers
—Advanced data logging for asset management and
maintenance optimization
Features
Protection and Control
—Percent restrained and unrestrained differential protection
—2nd harmonic inrush inhibit and overexcitation inhibit
—Thermal overload and time overcurrent elements for
backup protection
—Transducer I/Os (RTD & dcmA)
—FlexElements
—FlexCurves
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Features (continued)
Communications
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, EGD, IEC 60870-5-104, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between URs
for direct transfer trip (DTT) applications
—Embedded managed Ethernet switch with four 100 Mbit fiber
optic ports and 2 copper ports
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering: current, voltage, power, energy,
frequency, temperature
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—Setting for security audit trails for tracking changes to
T35 configurations
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify
designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device documents and software are up-to-date via EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
T35 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection and Control
T35 Transformer Protection System
Cost-Effective Differential Protection for Transformers with Up to 6 Sets of CTs
Ordering
Base Unit
CPU
T35 - * ** - H * * - F ** - H** - M** - P** - U** - W**
For full sized horizontal mount
T35
Base Unit
RS485 & RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + 10BaseF
RS485 + Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 100BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
Ethernet Global Data (EGD)
IEC 61850
Ethernet Global Data (EGD) + IEC 61850
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19" rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19” rack) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Vertical (3/4 size) - Standard
Vertical (3/4 size) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
125/250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC power supply
24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Standard 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 2CT/6VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
No module
4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
4 dcmA inputs, 4 dcmA outputs
8 RTD Inputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 RTD Inputs
8 dcmA Inputs
820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 Channels
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 2 Channels
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
Software Options
(See note 1 below)
Mount
00
01
03
04
A0
B0
C0
D0
H
A
V
B
User Interface
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
CT/VT DSP
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
Transducer I/O
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
H
H
L
RH
8L
8M
8N
8R
8L
8M
8N
8R
81
XX
4A
4C
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5E
5F
8L
8M
8N
8R
XX
4A
4C
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5E
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
Notes:
XX
4A
4C
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5E
5F
7A
7B
7C
7H
7I
7J
7S
7W
77
1. To view all the options available for T35, please visit GE’s On-Line Store http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=T35
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis.
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/T35 to:
—View guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review application notes and support documents
—Buy a T35 online
—View the UR family brochure
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Accessories for the T35
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
BuyLog™ Catalog
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Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection and Control
745 Transformer Protection System
High-speed, draw-out transformer protection and management
Key Benefits
—Easy to use Transformer Protection System supported by
industry leading suite of software tools to optimize transformer
performance and to extend life expectancy
—Improved security for transformer energization using superior
Adaptive 2nd Harmonic Restraint algorithm
—Accurate built-in metering functions - Eliminates auxiliary
metering devices and reduces cost
—Advanced automation capabilities using FlexLogic to provide
customized protection and control solutions
—Fast, flexible and reliable communications - Embedded 10BaseT
Ethernet capability provides faster data transfer for improved
system performance
—Minimize replacement time - Draw-out construction ideal in
industrial environments
—Reduce troubleshooting time and maintenance costs - IRIG-B
time synchronization, event reports, waveform capture, data
logger
—Simplified testing - Built in simulation features for setpoint verification including waveform playback for relay setting verification
—Cost effective access to information - Modbus and DNP 3.0 Level
2 protocols through embedded Ethernet, standard RS232,
RS485 & RS422 serial ports.
—Globally accepted - Member of the most renowned product
family in the market.
—Extended life - Optional conformal coating for chemically
corrosive and humid environments
—Fast and easy troubleshooting, improved maintenance
procedures and increased device security - Security Audit Trail
provides detailed traceability for system configuration changes
Applications
—Primary and back-up protection and management of small,
medium and larger power transformers, autotransformers and
reactors
—Transformer asset monitoring using Hottest Spot, Loss-of- Life
and Aging Factor
—Stand-alone or component in automated substation control
system
Features
Protection and Control
—Variable dual-slope percent differential protection
—Magnetizing inrush and overexcitation blocking
—Phase & ground overcurrent elements
—Adaptive time overcurrent using FlexCurves elements
—Underfrequency/Overfrequency Protection
—Frequency rate-of-change Detection
—Overexcitation (V/Hz) Protection
—Restricted Ground Fault Protection
—Transformer overload protection
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Features (continued)
Communications
—Networking interfaces - 10Mbps Ethernet, RS232, RS485 and
RS422 ports
—Ethernet port, 10Mbps
—Multiple protocols - ModBus® RTU, ModBus® RTU TCP/IP, DNP 3.0
Level 2
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering - current, voltage, sequence components per winding,
power, energy, voltage
—THD and harmonics up to the 21st
—Event recording - 128 time tagged events
—Tap position up to 50 tap positions
—Ambient temperature /analog transducer input
—Analog transducer input
—Oscillography & Data Logger - 10 records up to 32 power cycles
—Simulation mode and playback capability.
EnerVista™ Software
—Sophisticated software for configuration and commissioning
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify designing
and testing procedures
—Document and software archiving toolset
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
745 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection and Control
745 Transformer Protection System
High-speed, draw-out transformer protection and management
Ordering
745
*
*
*
*
* *
*
**
745
W2
W3
P1
P5
P15
P51
P115
P151
P155
P511
P515
P551
G1
G5
G15
G51
LO
HI
A
L
R
E
T
H
Base unit Transformer Protection System
Phase Current Input Rating
2 windings per phase
3 windings per phase
Phase Current Input Rating
1 A for all windings
5 A for all windings
1 A for winding 1, 5 A for winding 2
5 A for winding 1, 1 A for winding 2
1 A for winding 1, 1 A for winding 2, 5 A for winding 3
1 A for winding 1, 5 A for winding 2, 1 A for winding 3
1 A for winding 1, 5 A for winding 2, 5 A for winding 3
5 A for winding 1, 1 A for winding 2, 1 A for winding 3
5 A for winding 1, 1 A for winding 2, 5 A for winding 3
5 A for winding 1, 5 A for winding 2, 1 A for winding 3
Ground Current Input Rating
1 A for windings 1 and 2, 1 A for windings 2 and 3
5 A for windings 1 and 2, 5 A for windings 2 and 3
1 A for windings 1 and 2, 5 A for windings 2 and 3
5 A for windings 1 and 2, 1 A for windings 2 and 3
Power Supply Options
24 – 60 VDC, 20 – 48 VAC @ 48 – 62 Hz
90 – 300 VDC, 70 – 265 VAC @ 48 – 62 Hz
Enhancements
Analog input/outputs option
Loss of Life
Restricted ground fault option
Enhanced display, larger LCD, improved keypad
Enhanced display, larger LCD, improved keypad plus
10BaseT Ethernet Port
Environmental Protection
Harsh (Chemical) Environment Conformal Coating
Accessories
Dual mounting available with
the 19-2 Panel
NOTE: For dimensions see SR
Family brochure.
Accessories for the 745
745 Applications Learning CD
TRCD-SR745-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-G1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC61850
VP-1-61850
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/745 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a 745 online
—View the SR Family brochure
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Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection & Control
345 Transformer Protection System
Intuitive protection and advanced communications for power transformers
Key Benefits
—Proven and secure high-speed protection system for
power transformers
—Integrated transformer thermal monitoring for asset
management maintenance optimization
—Improved transformer energization inhibiting
—Ground current supervised sensitive ground fault protection for
detection of ground faults down to 5% of the winding limiting the
transformer damage
—Assignable CT inputs provide flexibility of usage through all timed
and instantaneous over-current protections
—Powerful communication capabilities allowing seamless
integration into most communication architectures
—Easy access to information via multiple communication
networks including USB, Serial, Fiber or copper Ethernet
—Small footprint easy on new installations or retrofits
—Simplified transformer and protection setup right from the main
menu Quick Setup feature. Fast and easy menu navigation
Applications
—Low and medium voltage two winding power transformers
—Reactors and autotransformers
—Applications requiring fast and secure communications
—Harsh environments requiring protection against corrosion
and humidity
Features
Protection and Control
—Dual slope, dual breakpoint characteristic restrained differential
—Second harmonic inrush and fifth harmonic overexcitation inhibits
—Instantaneous differential
—Restricted Ground Fault
—Thermal model
—Neutral Timed and Instantaneous over-current
—Phase and Ground Timed and Instantaneous over-current
—Negative Sequence Timed over-current
—Breaker Failure
—Logic Elements
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Features (continued)
Enervista™ Software
—Enervista™ Software- an industry-leading suite of software tools
that simplifies every aspect of working with Multilin devices.
Metering & Monitoring
—Current Metering
—Event Recorder: 256 events with 1ms time stamping
—Oscillography with 32 samples per cycle and digital states
—IRIG-B clock synchronization
—Security audit trail
User Interface
—4X20 character LCD display
—Control panel with 12 LED indicators
—Front USB and rear serial, Ethernet and Fiber ports
—Multiple Protocols:
IEC 61850
IEC 61850 GOOSE
MODBUS TCP/IP, MODBUS RTU,
DNP 3.0, IEC60870-5-104, IEC60870-5-103
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345 Transformer Protection System
Intuitive protection and advanced communications for power transformers
Ordering
Base Unit
Language
Phase Currents
345
345
E
**
**
**
E
*
N
N
**
D
*
E
P1
P5
G1
G5
S1
S5
345 Ground Currents*
L
H
Power Supply
E
Faceplate
S
E
345 Current Protection
M
SN
1E
2E
Communications
3E
D
Case Design
Harsh Environment
N
H
Description
Base Unit
English
1A three phase current inputs
5A three phase current inputs
1A ground current input
5A ground current input
1A sensitive ground current input
5A sensitive ground current input
24 - 48 Vdc
110 - 250 V dc/110 - 230 Vac
Standard faceplate (LCD, full menu, actual values and setpoints) with 10 Inputs, 7 Outputs (2
Form A, 5 Form C)
Standard configuration - 87T, 87T-50, 51P(1), 51G(1), 50P(1), 50G(1), 51N(1), 50N(1)
Extended configuration - 87T, 87T-50, 51P(2), 51G(2), 50P(2), 50G(2), 51N(2), 50(2), 50BF(1), RGF(1),
49P
Advanced configuration - 87T, 87T-50, 51P(2), 51G(2), 50P(2), 50G(2), 50BF(2), 49P, 51N(2), 50N(2),
51_2 (2), RGF(2)
Standard :Front USB, Rear RS485 : Modbus RTU, DNP3.0, IEC60870-5-103
Standard + Ethernet (Copper & Fiber - MTRJ) MODBUS TCP/IP, DNP3.0, IEC 60870-5-104
Standard + Ethernet (Copper & Fiber - MTRJ) MODBUS TCP/IP, DNP3.0, IEC 60870-5-104, IEC
61850 GOOSE
Standard + Ethernet (Copper & Fiber - MTRJ) MODBUS TCP/IP, DNP3.0, IEC 60870-5-104, IEC
61850
Draw-out design
None
Harsh Environment Conformal Coating
Ordering Notes:
* 1) G1/G5 and S1/S5 must match corresponding P1/P5 - there cannot be 5A and 1A mixing
Accessories for the 345
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-G1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/345 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a 345 online
—View the 3 Series Family brochure
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Protection and Control
Transmission Line Protection
Selector Guide
page 22-48
Complete transmission line protection product comparison
A reference table highlighing the feature set for each protection system
L90
page 22-50
Phase segregated line current differential protection
The L90 provides high-speed current differential protection suitable for transmission lines
and cables of various voltage levels. The L90 supports dual breaker applications suitable
for single and three-pole tripping applications. The L90 uses synchronized sampling at
each relay to limit the impact of communications channel issues. The differential element
employs an adaptive restraint to balance sensitivity for internal faults and security during
external faults. The L90 supports inter-relay protection communications via direct fiber as
well as different interfaces including RS422, G.703 and C37.94. The L90 also provides
Synchrophasor measurement over Ethernet as per IEEE C37.118.
L60
page 22-52
Sub-cycle phase comparison protection
The L60 provides fast and secure sub-cycle phase comparison protection, for both
two-terminal and threeterminal lines, lines with series compensation and for single-pole
and three-pole tripping applications. The L60 can operate using existing Power Line
Carrier or fiber optic communications, and compensates for channel asymmetry and
charging currents. The L60 can provide complete support of dual-breaker line terminals
by using multiple current inputs. Supports both dual and single phase comparison, and
can be configured for tripping or blocking applications.
L30
page 22-54
Cost-effective current differential system for lines and cables
The L30 is a cost-effective line current differential protection relay intended for sub-transmission and medium voltage lines and cables providing reliable and secure operation
even under the worst case power system conditions. The L30 provides secure high-speed
fault detection and clearance suitable for three-pole tripping applications. The L30 supports inter-relay communications via direct fiber as well as standard RS422, G.703 and
C37.94 telecommunication interfaces. The L30 also provides synchrophasor measurements over Ethernet per IEEE C37.118.
D90Plus
page 22-56
Sub-cycle line distance protection & advanced automation controller
The D90Plus is a sub-cycle line distance protection system and bay controller suitable for
protecting transmission lines and cables including lines equipped with series compensation. The D90Plus supports dual-breaker applications and can be used for single or threepole tripping. The D90Plus supports different teleprotection schemes, including DCB, DCU,
POTT, Hybrid POTT, and PUTT. The D90Plus also provides Synchrophasor measurement over
Ethernet per IEEE C37.118. The automation controller, dedicated programmable logic separate from programmable logic for protection applications, color annunciator and HMI
panels make D90Plus a stand-alone substation controller.
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Transmission Line Protection
D60
page 22-58
Transmission line protection with three/single pole tripping
The D60 is suitable for protecting transmission lines and cables including lines equipped
with series compensation. The D60 supports dual-breaker applications and can be applied in single-pole or three-pole tripping applications. The D60 is applicable to different
teleprotection schemes, including DCB, DCU, POTT, Hybrid POTT, and PUTT, and includes
inter-relay protection communications via direct fiber as well as different interfaces
including RS422, G.703 and C37.94. The D60 also provides Synchrophasor measurement
over Ethernet per IEEE C37.118.
D30
page 22-60
Cost-effective, three pole, primary and backup distance protection
The D30 is a cost-effective distance protection system suitable for primary protection of
sub-transmission lines and as a backup protection for HV, EHV lines, reactors and
generators. The D30 provides three zones of phase and ground distance protection along
with complete overcurrent and voltage protection functions intended for three-pole
tripping applications. The D30 comes with versatile automation features using which
custom pilot schemes can be built. The D30 also includes inter-relay protection communications via direct fiber as well as different interfaces including RS422, G.703 and C37.94.
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Protection & Control
Transmission Line Protection
Selector Guide
Features
Device
D30
21
87L
87PC
•
Applications
Distance
Line Differential - Current Comparison
Line Differential - Phase Comparison
Breaker-and-Half configurations
Series Compensation
Three terminal lines
Lines with In-zone transformers
Synchrophasors
•
•
•
Protection & Control
Typical Operating Time (cycles)
Mho Phase & Ground Distance (No. of Zones)
Quad Phase & Ground Distance (No. of Zones)
IOC, Ground/Neutral/Phase/Negative Sequence
TOC, Ground/Neutral/Phase/Negative Sequence
Directional overcurrent, Neutral/Phase/Neg. Seq.
Wattmetric Ground Directional
Overvoltage Phase/Auxiliary/Neutral
Undervoltage Phase/Auxiliary
Negative Sequence Overvoltage
Under/Over frequency
Out-of-Step Blocking/Tripping
Switch on to Fault (Line Pickup)
Voltage Transformer Fuse Failure
Current Transformer Supervision
Open Pole Detector
Load Encroachment Logic
Breaker Failure
Breaker Flashover
Lockout Functionality
Synchronism Check or Synchronizing
AC Reclosing (No. of Shots)
Trip Modes: Three-Pole/Single-Pole
Pilot Protection Logic
Fault Location
21P/G
21P/G
50G/N/P/_2
51G/N/P/_2
67G/N/P/_2
59P/X/N
27P/X
59_2
81U/O
68B
SOTF
VTFF
<2
3
3
G/N/P/_2
G/N/P/_2
N/P/_2
P/X/N
P/X
•
•
•
•
•
50BF
86
25
79
•
•
4
3
•
Automation
Programmable Protection Logic (no of lines)
Programmable Automation Logic (no of lines)
FlexElements™
User Programmable Self-Test Contact
Settings Groups
Non-volatile latches (up to)
Contact Inputs Programmable - (up to)
Contact Outputs Programmable - (up to)
Virtual Inputs - (up to)
Virtual Outputs - (up to)
Direct Inputs/Outputs
Breaker Control (up to)
User-Programmable LEDs (up to)
User - Programmable Annunciator Alarms (up to)
User-Programmable Push Buttons (up to)
User-Programmable Self Test
User Definable Displays
Large HMI
Timers
Selector Switch
Digital Counters
Digital Elements
IRIG-B Input
Analog Inputs/Outputs (up to)
RTD Inputs (up to)
512
•
•
6
16
80
64
32
64
•
2
48
12
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
24
24
Monitoring & Metering
Current, voltage
Symmetrical Components
Power - Apparent, Real, Reactive
Energy
Power Factor
Frequency
Fault Location
Event Recorder - Number of Events
Oscillography - Sampling Rate
Disturbance Recorder - Sampling Rate/Duration in seconds
Breaker Arcing Current
Trip/Close Coil Supervision
Data Logger
•
•
•
•
•
•
1024
64/5
•
•
Communications Interfaces
RS232 Port
USB Port
RS485 Port
Ethernet Port (Fiber and Copper, up to)
Direct Fiber Communications (800nm, 1330nm, 1550nm)
Communication Interface (RS422, G.703, C37.94)
•
•
1
•
•
Protocols
ModBus (RTU and TCP/IP)
DNP3
IEC60870-5-104
UCA2/MMS
IEC61850
Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP)
HTTP
TFTP
Process Bus (IEC 61850-9-2)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
* For the most current comparison list, see www.GEMultilin.com/selector/transmission.pdf
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Transmission Line Protection
Selector Guide
D60
D90Plus
•
•
L30
L60
L90
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
<1
3
3
G/N/P/_2
G/N/P/_2
N/P/_2
•
P/X/N
P/X
•
<1
3
3
G/N/P/_2
G/N/P/_2
N/P/_2
•
P/X/N
P/X
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
4
1& 3
POTT
•
•
•
•
•
•
4
1&3
POTT
•
512
512
512
•
•
6
16
80
64
32
64
•
2
48
•
•
6
16
80
64
32
64
•
2
48
•
•
6
16
80
64
32
64
•
2
48
12
•
•
12
•
•
12
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
24
24
•
•
•
•
•
24
24
•
•
•
•
•
24
24
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1024
64/5
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1024
64/5
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1024
64/5
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1
•
•
•
1
•
•
•
1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
<2
5
5
G/N/P/_2
G/N/P/_2
N/P/_2
•
P/X/N
P/X
•
<1
5
5
G/N/P/_2
G/N/P/_2
N/P/_2
•
P/X/N
P/X
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
4
1&3
•
•
<1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
4
1&3
•
•
512
•
•
6
16
80
64
32
64
•
2
48
12
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
24
24
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1024
64/5
•
•
•
512
1024
•
•
6
16
60
60
32
64
•
2
96
12
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
8000
128/30
1/300
•
•
•
•
•
1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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•
3
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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G/N/P/_2
G/N/P/_2
•
P/X
P/X
•
u
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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L90 Line Current Differential System
Line Protection System with Segregated Line Current Differential and Complete Distance Protection
Key Benefits
—Phase segregated differential protection ensures secure highspeed single-pole tripping
—High-speed cost-effective five zones quad or mho, phase and
ground distance protection with multiple standard pilot
schemes support
—Reliable and secure protection on lines equipped with series
compensation
—In-zone power transformer enables savings on CTs and
protection device requirements
—Increased sensitivity through dynamic charging current
compensation and communication channel
asymmetry compensation
Applications
—Overhead lines including series compensated lines and underground cables of different voltage levels
—Circuits with tapped transformer feeders
—Suitable for three-terminal line configurations, with channel
redundancy and direct transfer tripping (DTT)
Features
Protection and Control
—Phase segregated line current differential with adaptive
restraint, ground differential, in-zone transformer and stub
bus protection
—Thermal protection, under/over frequency, broken conductor
—Phase distance (five zones) with independent compensation settings for in-zone power transformers
—Ground distance (five zones) with independent self and mutual
zero-sequence compensation, reverse power
—Line pickup, reverse power, out-of-step tripping and power
swing blocking
—Thermal overload, phase, neutral and negative sequence
directional overcurrent and broken conductor
—Over, under and rate of change of frequency, synchronism
check for dual breaker applications
Features (continued)
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Multi-ended fault location consistently providing 2% accuracy
—Real-time monitoring of remote, local and differential per-phase
currents
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—P & M class synchrophasors of voltage, current and sequence
components: reporting rate 1 to 120 frames/sec
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset that ensures device documents and software are up-to-date via EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
L90 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
Communications
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, IEC 60870-5-104, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between L90s
for DTT applications
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L90 Line Differential System
Line Protection System with Segregated Line Current Differential and Complete Distance Protection
Ordering
L90 - * 00 - H * * - F ** - H ** - L ** -N ** - S **- U** -W/X ** For Horizontal Mount
Base Unit
CPU
L90
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
Software Options
(see note 2)
00
02
03
05
06
07
08
09
24
25
26
27
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mount / Coating
H
A
V
B
User Interface
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
Power Supply
(see note 3)
H
H
L
CT/VT DSP
RH
8L
8N
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
8L
8N
81
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
Transducer I/O
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
7A
7B
7C
7H
7I
7J
7S
7W
7V
73
76
77
2B
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + Multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + Mutlimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Requires FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Requires FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Requires FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
Breaker and Half software
IEC 61850
Breaker and Half + IEC 61850
Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU)
IEC 61850 + Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU)
Breaker & Half + Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU)
Breaker & Half + IEC 61850 + Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU)
In-zone TX protection
In-zone TX protection + IEC 61850
In-zone TX protection + PMU
In-zone TX protection + IEC 61850 + PMU
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Requires UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Requires UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Requires UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19" rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19" rack) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Vertical (3/4 size) - Standard
Vertical (3/4 size) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
125/250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC
24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Standard 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
No Module
4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
8 dcmA Inputs
820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 Channels
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 2 Channels
RS422, 2 Channels, Dual Clock
1550 nm, singlemode, LASER, 2 Channel
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
C37.94SM, 1300nm singlemode, ELED, 2 Channel singlemode
Ordering Notes:
1 - For vertical mounting order codes, please visit our online store
2 - To view all the options available for L90, please visit GE’s On-Line Store http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=L90
3 - Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis.
Accessories for the L90
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
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L60 Line Phase Comparison System
Sub-Cycle Phase Comparison and Distance Protection
Key Benefits
—Extremely fast and secure phase comparison protection with a
typical tripping time of ¾ power cycle
—End-to-end communication over power line carrier provides
cost-effective solution
—Advanced algorithms for channel noise immunity, accurate perchannel signal asymmetry, charging current compensation and
channel delay compensation
—Three-zone high-speed backup phase and ground
distance function
—Application flexibility: multiple I/O options, programmable logic
(FlexLogic™), modularity, customizable to specific requirements
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for simultaneous/ dedicated network connections with advanced 1 microsecond time synchronization via LAN with IEEE® 1588 support
—Embedded IEC® 61850 protocol
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
—Advanced fault and disturbance recording, including internal
relay operating signals, eliminating the need for external
recording devices
Applications
—Short and long overhead lines and cables of different
voltage levels
—Suitable for two and three-terminal lines
—Circuits with tapped transformer feeders
—Implicit direct transfer trip (DTT) for breaker failure applications
Features
Protection and Control
—Single or dual-phase comparison with permissive and blocking
schemes for two and three-terminal applications
—Multiple instantaneous and timed directional
overcurrent elements
—3-zone phase and ground distance elements
—Thermal overload, phase, ground, neutral and negative
sequence overcurrent elements
—Overvoltage and undervoltage
—Single-pole, dual-breaker autoreclose with synchronism check
—CT failure, VT fuse failure
—Wattmetric zero-sequence directional function
Features (continued)
Monitoring and Metering
—Breaker condition monitoring including breaker arcing current
(I2t) and trip counter
—Metering: current, voltage, power, energy and frequency
Oscillography: 64 samples/cycle, up to 64 records and up
to 45s length
—Event recorder: 1024 time tagged events, with 0.5ms scan of
digital inputs
—Data logger: up to 16 channels with user selectable
sampling rate
—Fault locator
EnerVista™ Software
—State-of-the-art software for the configuration and
commissioning of GE Multilin products
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify
designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device
documents and software are up-to-date via EnerVista
Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
L60 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
Communications
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, IEEE C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, IEC 60870-5-104, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure high-speed exchange of data between URs for
DTT and pilot-aided distance schemes
—Embedded managed Ethernet switch with four 100 Mbit fiber
optic ports and 2 copper ports
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Section 22
Protection and Control
L60 Line Phase Comparison System
Sub-Cycle Phase Comparison and Distance Protection
Ordering
L60 - * 00 - H * * - F ** - H ** - L ** -N ** - S **-U **- W/X ** For Full Sized Horizontal Mount
Base Unit
CPU
L60
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
Software
(see note 1 below)
00
03
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mount / Coating
H
A
V
B
User Interface
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
H
H
L
CT/VT DSP
RH
8P
Digital I/O
8F
8L
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
5A
5F
Transducer I/O
Inter-Relay Communications
Ordering Note:
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
5A
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
5A
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
5A
5F
7A
7B
7C
7H
7I
7J
7S
7W
73
77
2B
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + Multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + Mutlimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
IEC 61850
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19" rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19" rack) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Vertical (3/4 size) - Standard
Vertical (3/4 size) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
125/250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC
24 - 48 V (DC only)
L60 DSP 4CT & 2 Comms Channels + Standard 4CT/4VT (Breaker and Half)
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
No Module
4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
8 dcmA Inputs
820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 Channels
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 2 Channels
1550 nm, singlemode, LASER, 2 Channels
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
C37.94SM, 1300nm singlemode, ELED, 2 Channel singlemode
1. To view all the options available for L60, please visit GE’s On-Line Store http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=L60
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis.
Visit GEMultilin.com/L60 to:
—View guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review application notes and support documents
—Buy a L60 online
—View the UR family brochure
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Accessories for the L60
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
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Section 22
Protection and Control
L30 Line Current Differential System
Cost-Effective Current Differential System for Lines and Cables
Key Benefits
—Proven current differential protection ensures secure high-speed
tripping
—Increased sensitivity through dynamic charging current
compensation and communication channel
asymmetry compensation
—Adaptive restraint characteristic provides excellent security
against measurement errors including CT saturation
—In-zone power transformer functionality enables savings on CTs
and protection device requirements
—Phasor Measurement Unit (synchrophasor) according to IEEE®
C37.118 (2011) and IEC® 61850-90-5 support
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for
simultaneous/ dedicated network connections with advanced
1 microsecond time synchronization via LAN with
IEEE 1588 support
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
—Advanced fault and disturbance recording, including internal
relay operating signals, eliminating the need for external
recording devices
Applications
—Overhead lines and underground cables of different
voltage levels
—Circuits with tapped transformer feeders
—Suitable for three-terminal line configurations, with channel
redundancy and direct transfer tripping (DTT)
—Wide area system monitoring and control and using integrated
protection and synchrophasor measurement
—Applications requiring three-pole autoreclosing and
independent synchrocheck supervision
Features
Protection and Control
—Line current differential with adaptive restraint and
in-zone transformer
—Stub bus protection
—Breaker failure and three-pole autoreclose
—Underfrequency protection
—Phase, ground, neutral and negative sequence time and
instantaneous overcurrent
—Thermal overload, phase and neutral directional overcurrent
and broken conductor
—Phase over/under voltage, negative sequence overvoltage and
four independent synchronism check elements
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Features (continued)
Communications
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, IEC 60870-5-104, EGD, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between L30s
for DTT applications
—Embedded managed Ethernet switch with four 100 Mbit fiber
optic ports and 2 copper ports
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Real-time monitoring of remote, local and differential perphase currents
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—P & M class synchrophasors of voltage, current and sequence
components: reporting rate 1 to 120 frames/sec
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify
designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device
documents and software are up-to-date via
EnerVista Launchpad
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection and Control
L30 Line Current Differential System
Cost-Effective Current Differential System for Lines and Cables
Ordering
L30 - * 00 -H * * -F ** -H ** -L ** -N ** -S ** -U ** -W/X **
L30
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
Base Unit
CPU
V
Software Options
(see note 1 below)
00
03
06
07
18
19
24
25
26
27
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mount / Coating
H
A
V
B
User Interface
NOTE: These selections are
only for horizontal units
C
P
A
B
D
G
R
S
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
W
Y
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
H
H
L
CT/VT DSP
RH
8F
8H
8L
8N
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
81
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
Transducer I/O
Select a maximum of 3
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
Select a maximum of 1
Ordering Note:
1. To view all the options available for L30, please visit GE’s On-Line
Store http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=L30
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit.
If redundant chosen, must be same type Maximum 2 per chassis.
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
7A
7B
7H
7I
7R
7S
7T
7W
72
73
76
77
2A
2B
7A
7B
7H
7I
7R
7S
7T
7W
72
73
76
77
2A
2B
For Full Sized Horizontal Mount
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + Multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + Mutlimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
IEC 61850
Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU)
IEC 61850 + Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU)
3P Autoreclose and Synchrocheck
3P Autoreclose, Synchrocheck, IEC 61850 and Phase Measurement Unit (PMU)
In-zone TX protection
In-zone TX protection + IEC 61850
In-zone TX protection + PMU
In- zone TX protection + IEC 61850 + PMU
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19" rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19" rack) - Harsh Environment Coating
Vertical (3/4 size) - Standard
Vertical (3/4 size) - Harsh Environment Coating
English
English with additional 4 small and 12 large programmable pushbuttons
Chinese
Chinese with additional 4 small and 12 large programmable pushbuttons
French
French with additional 4 small and 12 large programmable pushbuttons
Russian
Russian with additional 4 small and 12 large programmable pushbuttons
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with user-programmable pushbuttonss
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with user-programmable pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with user-programmable pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with user-programmable pushbuttons
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with user-programmable pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
125/250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC
24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT
Standard 8CT
Standard 4CT/4VT with enhanced diagnostics
Standard 8CT with enhanced diagnostics
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
No Module
4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
8 RTD Inputs
4 RTD Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 RTD Inputs
8 dcmA Inputs
820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
G.703, 1 Channel
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 1 Channel
RS422, 2 Channels
1550 nm, singlemode, LASER, 1 Channel
1550 nm, singlemode, LASER, 2 Channels
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
C37.94SM, 1300nm singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel singlemode
C37.94SM, 1300nm singlemode, ELED, 2 Channel singlemode
Accessories for the L30
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
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Section 22
Protection and Control
D90PLUS Line Distance Protection System
Sub-Cycle Distance Protection and Advanced Automation Controller
Key Benefits
—Secure sub-cycle distance protection to improve system stability
and increase line loading
—True Capacitively Coupled Voltage Transformers (CCVT) filter
improves distance protection performance without intentional
delays or reduced fault coverage
—Superior phase selection algorithm ensures secure high-speed
single-pole tripping
—Reliable and secure protection on lines equipped with
series compensation
—Large color HMI with metering, event records and control
—Fault and disturbance recording, including internal relay
operating signals at up to 128 samples/cycle
—Built-in phasor measurement unit streaming synchrophasors as
per IEEE® C7.118
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC® 62439-3 “PRP” support
—Configurable alarm annunciator eliminates the need for
separate annunciator panel
Applications
—Overhead lines including series compensated lines and underground cables of various voltage levels
—Single and dual-breaker circuits requiring single/three-pole
autoreclosing and independent synchrocheck supervision
—Backup protection for generators, transformers and reactors
—True sub-cycle tripping with CCVT
—Circuits with in-zone power transformers and tapped
transformer feeders
—Wide area system monitoring and control using integrated
protection and synchrophasor measurement
Features
Protection and Control
—Secure time-domain algorithm providing sub-cycle
distance protection
—Phase distance with independent compensation settings for
in-zone power transformers
—Ground distance with independent self and mutual zero
sequence compensation
—Out-of-step tripping and power swing blocking
—Directional overcurrent: phase, neutral and negative sequence
—Wattmetric zero-sequence directional power
—Under/over frequency
—Synchronism check for dual breaker applications
—Single/three-pole four-shot dual breaker autorecloser
—Customization of protection and control functions with
independent protection FlexLogic™, FlexCurves™, and
FlexElements™
—Advanced automation controller with independent automation
programmable logic
—Bay control through front panel HMI
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Features (continued)
Monitoring and Metering
—Continuous monitoring of AC input channels
—Metering: current, voltage, frequency, power, energy and
synchrophasors as per IEEE C37.118
—Transient recorder: 128 samples/cycle, 1 minute or more of
storage capacity
—Disturbance recorder: 1 sample/cycle, 5 minutes or more of
storage capacity
—Event recorder: 8000 time tagged events, with 0.5 ms scan of
digital inputs
—Comprehensive display of metering, phasors, maintenance and
fault information via the front panel
EnerVista™ Software
—Integrated software for configuration and commissioning
—Literature and software toolset to ensure reference material and
device utilities are up-to-date
Communications
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 Level 2, Modbus® RTU,
Modbus TCP/IP, IEC 60870-5-104, PRP
—Up to three independent IP addresses
—Front USB port for high-speed communications
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Data subject to change
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Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection and Control
D90PLUS Line Distance Protection System
Sub-Cycle Distance Protection and Advanced Automation Controller
Ordering
D90P - *
In
Interface
terface
Front Panel
*
-
*
* ** *
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
* ** *
*
*
*
Annunciator (Standard)
+ HMI
English (Standard)
A
H
E
Language
Description
FFeatures
eatures
Protection
3-pole Distance (Standard)
3-pole Distance + Tele Protection + FlexLogic
1/3-pole Sub-cycle Distance + Series Compensation
+ Tele- Protection + FlexLogic
Breaker Control + Synchrocheck (Standard)
+ Automation FlexLogic
ModBus TCP/IP + ModBus Serial + DNP 3.0 (Standard)
ModBus TCP/IP + IEC 61850
ModBus TCP/IP + IEC 61850 + DNP 3.0 TCP/IP
ModBus TCP/IP + IEC 61850 + IEC 60870-5-104
ModBus TCP/IP, IEC 61850 & PRP
ModBus TCP/IP, IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 TCP/IP & PRP
ModBus TCP/IP, IEC 61850, IEC 60870-5-104 & PRP
+ ModBus TCP/IP + IEC61850 + IEC 60870-5-104
Basic Metering (Standard)
+ Synchrophasors
+ Data Logger
+ Data Logger + Synchrophasors
Transient Recorder + Sequence
q
of Events (Standard)
+ Disturbance Recorder
Circuit
c Breaker/Communication Statistics + Battery Monitor (Standard)
S
E
A
S
E
Automation
Communications
0
02
03
04
A2
A3
A4
Metering
S
P
L
U
DFR
S
D
Equipment Manager
S
Ha
Hardware
rdware
Harsh Environment Coating
X
C
Power Supply
None (Standard)
Harsh Environment Conformal Coating
High
g ((88-275
5VAC/80-300VDCI)
/
) (Standard))
H
Peer-to-Peer Communications Module
X
None (Standard)
Communication Module
AC Module
X
A
Type CA
Type A01
Type A02
2
I/O Module
Type IA
Type IB
Type IC
Type ID
Type IE
Type IF
Order Code Example:
D90P - H
E
-
A
E
04 U
D
S
-
C H
X
A
X
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
X
A
B
C
D
E
F
B
C
X
D
01 X
None (Standard)
Dual ST fiber & copper
5 VT & 7 CT (5 Amp current) (Standard)
5 VT & 7 CT (1 Amp current)
None
8 Inputs, 4 Form-A Outputs with Volttage + Current Monitoring (Standard)
8 Inputs, 4 Solid State Outputs with Voltage + Current Monitoring
8 Inputs, 4 Form-A Outputs
4 Inputs, 8 Form-A Outputs
23 Inputs
12 Form-A Outputs
Plus
Note: The order code is for a D90 with sub-cycle distance protection, front panel HMI, advanced automation features, dual
redundant IP communications, transient & disturbance recorders with the appropriate I/O cards for dual configurations.
Accessories for the D90Plus
MultiLink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-G1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/D90Plus to:
—View guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a D90Plus online
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Section 22
Protection and Control
D60 Line Distance Protection System
High-Speed Transmission Line Protection with Single and Three-Pole Tripping
Key Benefits
—High-speed, cost-effective five zone quad or mho, phase and
ground distance protection
—Reliable and secure protection on series compensated lines
—Superior phase selection algorithm ensures secure high-speed
single-pole tripping
—Supports multiple standard pilot schemes for fast fault
clearance within the protected zone
—Reduced relay-to-relay wiring and associated installation costs
through high-speed inter-relay communications
—Flexible programmable logic for building customized schemes
—Simplified teleprotection interfaces with direct I/O
communications hardware for transfer trip and pilot-aided
distance schemes
—Phasor Measurement Unit (synchrophasor) according to IEEE®
C37.118 (2011) and IEC® 61850-90-5 support
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for
simultaneous/dedicated network connections with advanced
1 microsecond time synchronization via LAN with IEEE 1588
support via LAN with IEEE 1588 support
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
—Embedded IEC 61850 protocol
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
Applications
—Overhead lines including series compensated lines and underground cables of different voltage levels
—Single and dual-breaker circuits requiring single/three-pole
autoreclosing and independent synchrocheck
—Circuits with in-zone power transformers and tapped
transformer feeders
—Secure application with Capacitively-Coupled Voltage
Transformers (CCVTs)
—Backup protection for generators, transformers and reactors
Features
Protection and Control
—Phase distance (five zones) with independent compensation
settings for in-zone power transformers
—Ground distance (five zones) with independent self and mutual
zero sequence compensation
—Reverse power, out-of-step tripping and power swing blocking
—Line pickup, thermal protection, under/over frequency
—Thermal overload, phase, neutral and negative sequence
directional overcurrent and broken conductor
—Over, under and rate of change of frequency, synchronism
check for dual breaker applications
—Four-shot dual breaker autorecloser broken conductor
—VT fuse failure detector, compensated overvoltage
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Features (continued)
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify
designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device
documents and software are up-to-date via
EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
D60 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—P & M Class synchrophasors of voltage, current and sequence
components: reporting rate 1 to 120 frames/sec
—Metering: current, voltage, power, energy, frequency
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—Setting for security audit trails for tracking changes to
D60 configurations
Communications
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, IEC 60870-5-104, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between URs
for direct transfer trip (DTT) and pilot-aided schemes
—Embedded managed Ethernet switch with four 100 Mbit fiber
optic ports and 2 copper ports
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Protection and Control
D60 Line Distance Protection System
High-Speed Transmission Line Protection with Single and Three-Pole Tripping
Ordering
Base Unit
CPU
D60 - * ** - H * * - F ** - H** - M** - P ** - U **- W **
For Full Sized Horizontal Mount
D60
Base Unit
RS485 & RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + Multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + Mutlimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
Breaker and Half
IEC 61850
Breaker and Half + IEC 61850
Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU)
IEC 61850 + Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU)
Breaker and Half + Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU)
Breaker and Half + IEC 61850 + Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU)
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19" rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19" rack) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Vertical (3/4 size) - Standard
Vertical (3/4 size) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125/250 V AC/DC w/ redundant 125/250 V AC/DC power supply
125/250 V AC/DC
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
No module
4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
8 dcmA Inputs
820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 Channels
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 2 Channels
1550 nm, singlemode, LASER, 2 Channels
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
C37.94SM, 1300nm singlemode, ELED, 2 Channel singlemode
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
Software Options
(see note 1 below)
00
02
03
05
06
07
08
09
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mount
H
A
V
B
User Interface
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
CT/VT DSP
H
H
RH
8L
8M
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
8L
8M
81
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
Transducer I/O
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
Ordering Notes:
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
7A
7B
7C
7H
7I
7J
7S
7W
73
77
2B
1. To view all the options available for D60, please visit GE’s On-Line Store http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=D60
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis.
Accessories for the D60
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
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Section 22
Protection and Control
D30 Line Distance Protection System
Cost-Effective, High-Speed Primary and Backup Distance Protection
Key Benefits
—Cost-effective, five zone quad or mho, phase and ground
distance protection
—Programmable logic for building customized pilot schemes
—Application flexibility: multiple I/O options, programmable
logic (FlexLogic™)
—Simplified teleprotection interfaces with direct I/O communications hardware for transfer trip and custom-built pilot-aided
distance schemes
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for
simultaneous/dedicated network connections with advanced
1 microsecond time synchronization via LAN with
IEEE® 1588 support
—Reduced relay-to-relay wiring and associated installation costs
through high-speed inter-relay communications
—Embedded IEC® 61850 protocol
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
Applications
—Overhead sub-transmission lines and underground cables
including series compensated lines.
—Circuits requiring three-pole autoreclosing and independent
synchrocheck supervision
—Circuits with in-zone power transformers
—Secure application with Capacitively-Coupled Voltage
Transformers (CCVTs)
—Backup protection for generators, transformers and reactors
Features
Protection and Control
—Phase distance (five zones) with independent compensation
settings for in-zone power transformers
—Ground distance (five zones) with independent self and mutual
zero-sequence compensation
—Out-of-step tripping and power swing blocking
—Line pickup
—Thermal overload, phase, ground, neutral & negative sequence
directional overcurrent, and broken conductor elements
—Synchronism check
—Four-shot autorecloser
—VT fuse failure detector
—Customize protection and control functions with FlexLogic,
FlexCurves™, and FlexElements™
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Features (continued)
Communications
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, IEC 60870-5-104, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between URs
for direct transfer trip and pilot-aided distance schemes
—Embedded managed Ethernet switch with four 100 Mbit fiber
optic ports and 2 copper ports
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering: current, voltage, power, energy, frequency
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—Setting for security audit trails for tracking changes to
D30 configurations
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify
designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device
documents and software are up-to-date via
EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
D30 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection and Control
D30 Line Distance Protection System
Cost-Effective, High-Speed Primary and Backup Distance Protection
Ordering
Base Unit
CPU
D30 - * ** - H * * - F ** - H** - M** - P** - U** - W**
For Full Sized Horizontal Mount
D30
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + Multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + Mutlimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
IEC 61850
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19" rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19" rack) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Vertical (3/4 size) - Standard
Vertical (3/4 size) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
125/250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC power supply
24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
No module
4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
8 dcmA Inputs
820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 Channels
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 2 Channels
1550 nm, singlemode, LASER, 2 Channels
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
IEEE C37.94SM, 1300nm Singlemode, ELED, 2 Channel Singlemode
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
Software Options
(see note 1 below)
00
03
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mount
H
A
V
B
User Interface
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
H
H
L
CT/VT DSP
RH
8L
8M
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
Transducer I/O
81
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
Ordering Note:
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
7A
7B
7C
7H
7I
7J
7S
7W
73
77
2B
1. To view all the options available for D30, please visit GE’s On-Line Store http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=D30
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis.
Visit GEMultilin.com/D30 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a D30 online
—View the UR Family brochure
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Accessories for the D30
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
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Section 22
Protection and Control
Bus Protection
Selector Guide
page 22-63
Complete bus protection comparison.
A reference table highlighting the feature set for each protection system
B95Plus
page 22-64
Reduce the time and cost of field wiring for bus protection
The B95Plus is a distributed low impedance busbar protection system that utilizes the
HardFiber IEC 61850 process bus technology to protect bus schemes up to 24 bays. The
B95Plus greatly reduces the time and cost of field wiring for bus protection, and promotes
quick expansion to other zones of protection by implementing process bus. The simple,
intuitive configuration of the B95Plus reduces the cost of configuring bus protection, and
the dynamic element design reduces risk while performing routine bus operations and
circuit breaker maintenance.
B90
page 22-66
Low impedance numerical bus differential system
The B90, a member of the UR Family, features integrated protection and breaker failure
for re-configurable LV, HV, EHV multi-section busbars with up to 24 feeders. Use one or
more B90s together to build a sophisticated protection system that can be engineered to
meet specific application requirements. The B90 performs fast and secure low impedance bus protection with a sub-cycle tripping time of 0.75 cycles.
B30
page 22-68
Cost effective bus protection and metering for up to six feeders
The B30, a member of the UR Family, features integrated protection, control and metering
for HV and EHV busbars, providing cost effective, feature-focused busbar protection. Use
the B30 to protect busbars with up to 6 feeders in a single three phase zone. The B30 is a
cost effective alternative to high impedance schemes, ideal for breaker-and-half bus
schemes, with integrated feeder backup protection and metering. The B30 performs fast
and secure low impedance bus protection with a sub-cycle tripping time of 0.75 cycles.
MIB
page 22-70
High impedance numerical differential protection system
The MIB is a high impedance numerical bus protection relay designed for fast and selective
differential protection based on the high-impedance circulating current principle. The MIB
is used for the protection of busbars, generators, transformers, reactor against phase-tophase and phase-to-earth faults. It can be applied for protection of bus bars of different
voltage levels.
HID
page 22-71
High impedance differential module
Auxiliary resistors and varistors for high impedance differential schemes. The HID module
provides resistors together with voltage limiters (MOVs) normally used in conjunction with
a high-speed overcurrent relay to achieve high impedance differential protection. Use the
HID in applications that include high impedance differential protection for busbars and
electrical machines, such as transformers, generators or motors, as well as restricted
earth fault protection.
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Section 22
Protection and Control
Bus Protection
Selector Guide
Protocols
Comms
Monitoring &
Metering
Automation
Protection & Control
Apps
Features
ANSI
Low impedance Bus differential
High impedance Bus differential
High impedance Restricted Ground Fault
Typical Operating Time (cycles)
Bus differential
IOC, Ground/Neutral/Phase
TOC, Ground/Neutral/Phase
Overvoltage Auxiliary/Neutral
Phase Undervoltage
Current Transformer Supervision
Breaker Failure
Breaker Flashover
Lockout Functionality
Dynamic Bus Replica
Programmable Logic
FlexElements™
Settings Groups
Non-volatile latches (up to)
Contact Inputs Programmable - (up to)
Contact Outputs Programmable - (up to)
Virtual Inputs - (up to)
Virtual Outputs - (up to)
Direct Inputs/Outputs
User-Programmable LEDs (up to)
User-Programmable Push Buttons (up to)
User-Programmable Self Test
User Definable Displays
User Programmable Self-Test Contact
Timers
Selector Switch
Digital Counters
Digital Elements
IRIG-B Input
Current
Voltage
Symmetrical Components
Power - Apparent, Real, Reactive
Energy
Power Factor
Frequency
Event Recorder - Number of Events
Oscillography
Trip/Close Coil Supervision
RS232 Port
RS485 Port
Ethernet Port (Fiber and Copper, up to)
Direct Fiber Communications (800nm, 1330nm, 1550nm)
ModBus (RTU and TCP/IP)
DNP 3.0
IEC60870-5-104
UCA2/MMS
IEC61850
Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP)
HTTP
TFTP
87B
87B
87RGF
87B
50G/N/P
51G/N/P
59X/N
27P
MIB
•
•
<2
•
•
50BF
86
•
2
4
4
4
•
•
24
•
•
•
•
•
B30
B90
•
•
<1
•
G/N/P
G/N/P
X/N
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
6
16
80
64
32
64
•
48
12
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1024
•
•
•
•
1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
<1
•
G/N/P
G/N/P
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
6
16/box
96/box
64/box
32
64
•
48/box
12/box
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1024
•
•
•
•
1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
* For the most current comparison list see: www.GEMultilin.com/selector/bus.pdf
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Section 22
Protection & Control
B95Plus Bus Protection System
Reduce the time and cost of field wiring for bus protection
Key Benefits
—Reduce field wiring costs by replacing multiple copper wires and
terminations with a fiber optic cable
—Save installation costs by mounting the bay unit in harsh
environments without requiring specialized enclosures
—Increase savings by connecting other relays to the same process
bus bay unit
—Protect six three-phase differential zones with one central device
Applications
—Reconfigurable multi-section bus bar with up to 24 feeders
—Retrofit and greenfield installations for power generation,
transmission and distribution systems
—Reconfigurable bus bars for single bus, breaker-and-a-half and
double bus with and without bus couplers
—Air-insulated and GIS stations
Features
Saves Field Wiring
—Terminate field wiring directly at bay unit located at the
primary equipment
—Install connectorized fiber optic cable as only wiring across
the switchyard
—Transfer work of designing, installing and commissioning field
wiring for new installations to primary equipment suppliers
Use as Distributed I/O
—The bay unit can be a distributed I/O interface for any
protective relay
—Environmentally hardened, compact design allows installation in
a substation without additional cost or equipment
—Measurements and commands transmitted via IEC 61850
message formats
—Interface to protective relays that support appropriate sampled
value message formats per IEC 61850
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Features (continued)
Meets Protection Needs
—Meets requirements for speed and reliability of bus protection for
all configurations and voltage levels
—6 zones of 3-phase protection and 24 feeders for breaker-and-ahalf, double bus and segmented bus zones
—CT saturation detector capable of detecting CT saturation even
with only 2 msec of saturation free current for enhanced
fault stability
—Reconfigurable dynamic bus replica
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Protection & Control
B95Plus Bus Protection System
Reduce the time and cost of field wiring for bus protection
Ordering
Slot
B95P
-
*
Interface
Front Panel
Language
Features
Protection
*
-
*
* ** *
*
*
-
*
A B C E
* * * *
F G H J
* * * *
H
Annunciator + HMI (Standard)
English (Standard)
E
S
B
Dynamic Bus Differential Protection (Standard)
Dynamic Bus Differential Protection with
Breaker Failure
None
ModBus TCP/IP (Standard)
+ IEC 61850
+ IEC61850 + DNP 3.0 TCP/IP
+ IEC61850 + IEC 60870-5-104
AC Input Phasors + Differential & Restraint
Phasors (Standard)
Transient Recorder + Sequence of Events
(Standard)
None
X
Automation
Communications
01
02
03
04
Metering
S
DFR
S
Equipment Manager
Hardware
Harsh Environment Coating
X
X
C
Power Supply
Peer-to-Peer Communications Module
Communication Module
URPlus Process Card
(If only one process card, it must be in slot J)
-
Brick
K
* Description
4
-
H
H
X
A
X
I
-
CT/VT Inputs
*
C
C
C
C
*
C
V
C
V
*
5
5
1
1
*
5
0
1
0
X
P
X
X
X
P
None (Standard)
Harsh Environmental Conformal Coating
High (88-275Vac/80-300Vdc) (Standard)
None (Standard)
Dual ST Fiber & Copper (Standard)
X None
Each Supports 8 Bricks & 12 Bus/Voltage
Sources
Description
Standard Brick with Eight 5 A CT Inputs
Standard Brick with Four 5 A CT Inputs and Four VT Inputs
Standard Brick with Eight 1 A CT Inputs
Standard Brick with Four 1 A CT Inputs and Four VT Inputs
Order Code Example
(1) B95P (12) Brick -
H
4
E
-
H
B
I
X 03 S
- C C
S
5
X
5
-
X
H
X
A
X
P
X
X
P X
Note: the order code is for a B95Plus system. The B95Plus provides bus differential protection for 6 zones, annunciator and display, breaker failure protection. IEC 61850 and DNP 3.0
communications, metering, transient fault recording, and 2 process cards to support connections for up to 16 Bricks. This system also includes 12 Bricks with eight 5 A current
inputs each.
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Data subject to change
without notice
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Protection and Control
B90 Low Impedance Bus Differential System
Secure, Dependable and Scalable Bus Differential Protection System for LV, HV and EHV Busbars
Key Benefits
—High-speed protection algorithm for enhanced stability with trip
times of 0.75 power cycle
—Superior CT saturation detector capable of detecting CT
saturation even with only 2 msec of saturation free current for
enhanced through fault stability
—Suitable for different bus configurations, scalable architecture to
protect up to 24 feeders
—Pre-engineered bus protection system: use experienced GE
Digital Energy application engineers to develop busbar
protection system for your specific configurations
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for
simultaneous/dedicated network connections with advanced
1 microsecond time-synchronization via LAN with
IEEE® 1588 support
—Use high-speed communications to reduce wiring and installation costs, exchange inputs and outputs between relays to
achieve relay-to-relay interaction
—Robust network security enabling Critical Infrastructure
Protection through user command logging, and dual permission
access control
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC® 62439-3 "PRP" support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
Applications
—Re-configurable multi-section busbar with up to 24 feeders
—Single bus, breaker-and-a-half bus bar configurations, double
bus and triple bus with and without bus couplers
Features
Protection and Control
—Multi-zone bus differential protection with restrained and
unrestrained function
—Fast and reliable CT saturation detection
—Breaker failure protection
—End fault (dead zone) protection
—Check-zone functionality
—CT ratio mismatch compensation
—Dynamic bus replica
—Backup time and instantaneous overcurrent elements
—Undervoltage function for supervision purposes
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Features (continued)
Communications
—Networking options: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS422, RS485, G.703, C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0, Modbus® serial/TCP, IEEE
1588, IEC 60870-5-104 and PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between URs
Monitoring and Metering
—Isolator monitoring (up to 48) and alarming
—CT trouble monitoring
—VT supervision
—Metering: current, voltage, frequency
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
EnerVista™ Software
—State-of-the art software for configuring and commissioning
Multilin products
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify
designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device
documents and software are up-to-date via
EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
B90 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection and Control
B90 Low Impedance Bus Differential System
Secure, Dependable and Scalable Bus Differential Protection System for LV, HV and EHV Busbars
Ordering
(Please
Contact GE Energy for Engineered Bus Protection Solutions)
(
B90 - * * * -H * * - F ** - H** - L**- N**- S ** - U ** -W/X **
Base Unit
CPU
B90
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
Software Options
(see note 1 below)
0
1
0
1
2
4
5
6
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mount/ Coating
H
A
User Interface
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
H
H
L
CT/VT DSP
RH
8F
8H
8K
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
Digital I/O
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
8F
8H
8K
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
Inter-Relay Communications
Ordering Note:
8F
8H
8K
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
7A
7B
7H
7I
7S
7W
77
For full sized horizontal mount
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + 10BaseF
RS485 + Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req
FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
Without Breaker Failure
With Breaker Failure (With Engineered Solution Only)
8-feeders, 4 zones
16-feeders, 4 zones
24-feeders, 4 zones
8-feeders, 4 zones, IEC 61850
16-feeders, 4 zones, IEC 61850
24-feeders, 4 zones, IEC 61850
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1 + 08 feeders, 04 zones
IEEE 1588 + 08 feeders, 04 zones
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry UR Lvl 1 + 08 feeders, 04 zones
Horizontal (19" rack)
Horizontal (19" rack) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
125 / 250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC
24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT
Standard 8CT
Standard 7CT/1VT
No module
4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 2 Channels
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
1. To view all the options available for B90, please visit GE’s On-Line Store at http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=B90D
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis
Visit GEMultilin.com/B90 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review application notes and support documents
—Buy a B90 online
—View the UR Family brochure
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Accessories for the B90
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
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Protection and Control
B30 Bus Differential System
Cost-Effective Low Impedance Biased Bus Differential Protection For Up to Six Feeders
Key Benefits
—High-speed differential protection algorithm for enhanced
stability with sub-cycle trip times of 0.75 power cycle
—Superior CT saturation detector capable of detecting CT
saturation even with only 2 msec of saturation free current for
enhanced through-fault stability
—Cost-effective alternative to high impedance
schemes protection
—Advanced automation capabilities for providing customized
protection and control solutions
—Application flexibility with multiple I/O options and
programmable logic (FlexLogic™)
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for
simultaneous/dedicated network connections with advanced
1 microsecond time synchronization via LAN with
IEEE® 1588 support
—Embedded IEC® 61850 protocol with no external
communications hardware required
—Robust network security enabling Critical Infrastructure
Protection through user command logging, and dual permission
access control
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
—High-end fault and disturbance recording, including internal
relay operating signals, eliminating the need for redundant
recording devices
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
Applications
—Re-configurable and pre-defined bus arrangements for simple
bus applications, up to 6 feeders and 2 differential zones with
breaker failure
—Integrated bus protection and metering for HV and
EHV substations
Features
Protection and Control
—Differential protection with restrained and unrestrained function
—Fast and reliable CT saturation detection
—Breaker failure protection
—External check-zone
—CT ratio mismatch compensation
—Dynamic bus replica
—Thermal overload and backup phase, ground and neutral time
and instantaneous overcurrent protection
—Undervoltage function for supervision purposes
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Features (continued)
Communications
—Networking options: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS422, RS485, G.703, C37.94 and up to 45s in length
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, IEC 60870-5-104, EGD, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure high-speed exchange of binary data
between URs
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Isolator monitoring
—CT trouble monitoring, VT supervision
—Metering: current, voltage, frequency
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify
designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device
documents and software are up-to-date via
EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
B30 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection and Control
B30 Bus Differential System
Cost-Effective Low Impedance Biased Bus Differential Protection For Up to Six Feeders
Ordering
Base Unit
CPU
B30 - * ** - H * * - F ** - H** - L **- N **- S ** - U ** - W **
For Full Sized Horizontal Mount
B30
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + 10BaseF
RS485 + Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW
v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
Software Options
(see note 1 below)
00
03
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mount/Coating
H
A
User Interface
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
C
W
Y
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
H
H
L
CT/VT DSP
RH
8L
8M
8N
8R
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
Transducer I/O
8L
8M
8N
8R
81
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
8L
8M
8N
8R
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
Ordering Note:
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5F
2B
7A
7B
7C
7H
7I
7J
7S
7W
77
No Software Options
IEC 61850
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry UR. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19" rack)
Horizontal (19" rack) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Basic Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
125/250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC power supply
24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Standard 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
No module
4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital
2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
8 dcmA Inputs
C37.94SM, 1300nm singlemode, ELED, 2 channel singlemode
820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 Channels
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 2 Channels
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
1. To view all available model order codes, options for B30 or to order the UR Classic Front Panel, please visit GE’s On-Line Store at http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=B30
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis
Visit GEMultilin.com/B30 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review application notes and support documents
—Buy a B30 online
—View the UR Family brochure
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Accessories for the B30
—UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
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MIB High Impedance Bus Differential System
Numerical High Impedance Bus Differential system for LV, MV and HV busbars
Key Benefits
—Robust numerical high impedance differential protection relay
suitable for all high-impedance circulating current differential
protection applications
—Alternate setting groups for sensitive setting of the differential
element for changing system conditions
—Reduced troubleshooting and maintenance cost through built-in
event recording, and oscillography functions
—Easy to use programming logic for scheme customization
—Application flexibility through digital I/Os and LEDs
—Wide range of auxiliary power supply supported
—Easy access to relay information through front panel keypad or
through communication links
—Isolated RS232 port for easy front port communications.
—Drawout construction in a 19’’ rack case and can be flush or 19”
rack mounted
—Differential protection of single and split busbar arrangements.
—High impedance differential (restricted ground fault) protection
for reactors, transformers, generators and large motors
Features (continued)
Communications
—2x16 character LCD display
—6 LED indicators, 4 configurable in function and color
—Front RS232 and rear RS485 ports using ModBus® RTU protocol
up to 19,200 bps
Features
Protection and Control
—High impedance differential protection
—Two 87 elements easily configurable for trip or alarm
—Open CT detection can be achieved using the
second 87 element
—Lockout logic
—6 outputs - four configurable, plus trip and alarm
—Two setting groups
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify designing and testing procedures
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
MIB into new or existing monitoring and control systems
Applications
Monitoring and Metering
—24-event record
—Analog/digital oscillography
—Per phase differential current metering
—Monitoring of the last 5 trips information from the display
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/MIB to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and
support documents
—Buy a MIB online
Ordering
MIB
* 0 * * C E 000 00
Application
1
2
3
1 winding Transf. REF App. 1 High Imp. Differential Element
2 winding Transf. REF App. 2 High Imp. Differential Elements
Busbar App. 3 High Imp. Differential Elements
Auxiliary Voltage
LO Power Supply:
24-28 Vdc (range: 19~58Vdc)
HI Power Supply:
110-250Vdc (range: 88~300Vdc)
L O
H I
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Multinet-FE
Viewpoint Monitoring
VP-1
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HID High Impedance Differential Module
Auxiliary resistors and varistors for high impedance differential schemes
Key Benefits
—Includes 2000-ohm resistors to provide security against the
effects of CT saturation for through faults
—Provides metal oxide varistors (MOV) to clamp secondary peak
voltage to less than 2 kV
—Use the HID in conjunction with an overcurrent relay for a
separate phase, neutral, and negative-sequence overcurrent
elements, including instantaneous, definite-time, and inverse
time-overcurrent elements for backup overcurrent protection.
Applications
—Single-zone bus protection, reactor protection, or sensitive
restricted earth fault protection on grounded, wye-connected
power transformer windings
—High impedance differential protection for electrical machines
such as generators or motors, including lockout logic.
Dimensions
g
Multilin HID
High Impedance Differential Modul
e
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/HID to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a HID online
Ordering
HID
* *
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
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Application
1 winding transformer REF - 1 resistor + 1 MOV
2 winding transformer REF - 2 resistors + 2 MOV
Busbar Applications 3 High impedance differential elements
Latching relay / Power supply
Without latching relay
48 Vdc latching relay
125 Vdc latching relay
220 Vdc latching relay
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Protection & Control
Distribution Feeder Protection
Selector Guide
page 22-74
Complete distribution feeder protection product comparison
A reference table highlighting the feature set for each system
F60
page 22-76
Advanced protection, control and automation solutions for distribution feeders
The F60, a member of the UR Family of protection relays, provides high performance
feeder protection, control, monitoring and metering in an integrated, economical, and
compact package. The F60 includes GE Multilin™'s unique high impedance fault detection
for fast and reliable detection of downed conductors.
F35
page 22-78
Cost-effective protection and control for single/multiple distribution feeders
The F35, a member of the UR Family of protection relays, provides cost-effective feeder
protection, control and metering for up to five feeders with busbar voltage measurement,
or six feeders without busbar voltage in one integrated package. Use the F35 as a standalone device or as a component of an automated substation control system.
750/760
page 22-80
Draw-out feeder protection and control for industrial and utility feeders
The 750/760 Feeder Protection System, a member of the SR Family of protection relays,
with draw out capability intended for primary protection and management of distribution
feeders. The 750/760 has specific features for industrial environments, including a
drawout case to limit downtime during maintenance and conformal coating for harsh
environments.
F650
page 22-82
Comprehensive feeder protection with bay controller
The F650, a member of the 650 Family of protection relays, incorporates protection, control, automation and metering in a economical package. F650 comes with a large LCD
and single line diagrams can be built for bay monitoring and control for various feeder
arrangements including ring-bus, double breaker or for breaker and half.
350
page 22-84
Intuitive and innovative feeder protection
The 350 is a member of the new SR 3 series family of protection and control devices from
Multilin. This cost- effective protective device is used to perform primary circuit protection
on low and medium voltage feeders. The protection functions of this relay include multiple phase, ground, and neutral time and instantaneous overcurrent elements, plus essential feeder breaker control features such as cold load pickup blocking, breaker failure, and
auto-reclose. The 350 also offers enhanced features such as diagnostics, preventative
maintenance, arc-flash mitigation and security.
A60
page 22-86
Advanced light and pressure arc flash detection system
The Multilin A60™ Arc Flash System utilizes GE’s patented light and pressure signal fiber
sensor to help ensure fast and reliable protection against arcing events. Based on a
known time relationship between the speed of light and sound, (pressure wave), GE’s
patented sensor is able to detect and issue a trigger signal to clear the fault in under 2
milliseconds – significantly reducing incident energy from an arc flash event.
735/737
page 22-87
Three-phase and ground feeder protection for medium and low voltage
The 735/737, a member of the SR Family of protection relays, provides primary protection
for distribution feeders. The 735/737 has specific features for industrial environments, including a drawout case to limit downtime during maintenance and conformal coating for
harsh environments.
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Protection & Control
Distribution Feeder Protection
MIF II
page 22-88
Economical feeder protection with recloser
The MIF II is a member of the M II Family of protection relays. MIF II provides comprehensive overcurrent protection with multi- shot recloser. Also, MIF II can be utilized to provide
backup/auxiliary protection for transformers, generators and motors.
FM2
page 22-89
Economical and compact feeder protection for low voltage feeders
The Feeder Manager 2 (FM2) combines control functions and feeder protection in one
package. This compact device provides sophisticated control and protective relaying at
significant cost savings over the discrete devices normally found in a low voltage power
control center (PCC).
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Protection & Control
Distribution Feeder Protection
Selector Guide
Feat
ures
Features
Device
De
vice
FM2
FM2
350
35
0
G
~
P/G
~
P/G
P
rotection & Co
ntrol
Protection
Control
Current Disturbance Detector
Synchronism Check
Undervoltage, Phase/Auxiliary
Directional Power
Directional, Phase/Neutral/ Ground/ Negative Seq.
Wattmetric Zero Seq. Directional
Breaker Failure
IOC, Phase/Neutral/Ground/Negative Seq.
IOC, Sensitive Ground
TOC, Phase/Neutral/Ground/ Negative Seq.
TOC, Sensitive Ground
Custom programmable overcurrent curve
Restrictive Ground Fault
High Impedance Fault Detection (Hi-Z)
Load Encroachment Logic
Overvoltage, Phase/Auxiliary/Neutral/ Negative Seq.
AC Reclosing (Shots)
Underfrequency
Overfrequency
Lockout Protection
Broken Conductor Detection
Programmable Elements
Voltage Transformer Fuse Failure
Cold Load Pickup
FlexElements™
50DD
25
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32
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Contact Inputs (Up to)
Contact Outputs (Up to)
Non-volatile latches
User-Programmable Push Buttons (Up to)
Graphical Display
Trip/Close Coil Supervision
Breaker Control
Programmable Logic
User-Programmable LEDs
Timers
Digital Counters
Digital Elements
Selector Switch
Analog Inputs/Outputs (Up to)
RTD Inputs
Automatic Transfer Scheme
Undervoltage Restoration
Underfrequency Restoration
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6
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5
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Mo
nitoring & M
Metering
etering
Current
Voltage
Power Factor
Real, Reactive & Apparent Power
Current , MW, MVAR , MVA Demand
Energy
Frequency
Frequency Decay
Analog Inputs
Fault Location
Event Recorder - Number of Events
Oscillography - Sampling Rate
Breaker Arcing Current
Data Logger
THD & Harmonics Meter
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mmunications
RS232 Port
RS485 Port
RS422 Port , G.703, C73.94
Ethernet
Fiber (800nm, 1300nm, 1550nm)
ModBus (RTU/TCP/IP)
DNP3 Protocol
IRIG-B Input
EGD Protocol
TCP/IP
Simple Network Time Protocol
IEC 60870-5-104
IEC61850 Protocol
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Protection & Control
Distribution Feeder Protection
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Section 22
Protection & Control
F60 Feeder Protection System
Advanced Protection, Control and Automation Solutions for Distribution Feeders
Key Benefits
—The most flexible protection and control device for distribution
feeder applications
—Unique and secure downed conductor detection, backed by
many years of field experience
—Flexible load encroachment allows secure operation during
heavy load conditions
—Voltage and frequency elements provide load shedding &
transfer schemes for increased system uptime and stability
—Application flexibility with multiple I/O options and
programmable logic (FlexLogic™)
—Phasor Measurement Unit (synchrophasor) according to IEEE®
C37.118 (2011) and IEC® 61850-90-5 support
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for
simultaneous/ dedicated network connections with advanced
1 microsecond time synchronization via LAN with
IEEE 1588 support
—Reduced relay-to-relay wiring and associated installation costs
through high-speed inter-relay communications
—Embedded IEC 61850 protocol
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
—Advanced fault and disturbance recording, including internal
relay operating signals, eliminating the need for redundant
recording devices
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
Applications
—Primary protection and control for feeders on solidly, impedance
or resonant (Petersen coil) grounded systems
—Busblocking/interlocking schemes
—Distribution load shedding schemes based on voltage and
frequency elements
—High-speed fault detection for arc flash mitigation
—Throw over schemes (bus transfer scheme applications)
—Backup protection for transmission lines, feeders
and transformers
—Distributed Generation (DG) interconnect protection
Features
Protection and Control
—High-impedance fault detection (downed conductor detection)
—Directional, time, instantaneous, phase, neutral, negative
sequence and ground overcurrent protection
—Load encroachment supervision
—Wattmetric ground fault detection
—Thermal overload, incipient cable fault detection and
broken conductor
—Four-shot autorecloser with synchronism check
—Breaker control and breaker failure
—Abnormal frequency protection (rate of change,
under/over frequency)
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Features (continued)
Communications
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, IEEE C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, EGD, IEC 60870-5-104, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between URs
for DG, distribution automation applications
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering: current, voltage, power, energy, frequency
and harmonics
—P & M class synchrophasors of voltage, current and sequence
components: 1 to 120 frames/sec
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—Setting for security audit trails for tracking changes to
F60 configurations
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device documents and software are up-to-date via EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
F60 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection & Control
F60 Feeder Protection System
Advanced Protection, Control and Automation Solutions for Distribution Feeders
Ordering
F60 - * ** - H * * - F ** - H** - M**-P**- U** -W** For Full Sized Horizontal Mount
Base Unit
CPU
F60
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
Software Options
(see note 1 below)
00
03
06
07
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mount / Coating
H
A
V
B
User Interface
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
H
H
L
CT/VT DSP
RH
8F
8G
8H
8J
8L
8M
8N
8R
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
8L
8M
8N
8R
8Z
81
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
Transducer I/O
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
Ordering Note:
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
7A
7B
7C
7H
7I
7J
7S
7W
76
77
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + Multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + Mutlimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
IEC 61850
PMU
IEC 61850 + PMU
CyberSentry Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19" rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19" rack) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Vertical (3/4 size) - Standard
Vertical (3/4 size) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
125/250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC power supply
24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT
Sensitive Ground 4CT/4VT
Standard 8CT
Sensitive Ground 8CT
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Standard 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
HI-Z 4CT (high impedance fault detection)
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
No module
4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 RTD Inputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 RTD Inputs
8 dcmA Inputs
820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 Channels
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 2 Channels
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
1. To view all the options available for F60, please visit GE’s On-Line Store http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=F60
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis
Accessories for the F60
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
www.gedigitalenergy.com
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Section 22
Protection & Control
F35 Feeder Protection System
Cost-Effective Protection and Control for Single/Multiple Distribution Feeders
Benefits
—Cost-effective and flexible protection and control device for
distribution feeder applications
—Improved system stability at reduced cost with control schemes
using high-speed communications
—Phasor Measurement Unit (synchrophasor) according to IEEE®
C37.118 (2011) and IEC® 61850-90-5 support
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for
simultaneous/ dedicated network connections with advanced
1 microsecond time synchronization via LAN with
IEEE 1588 support
—Reduced relay-to-relay wiring and associated installation costs
through high-speed inter-relay communications
—Embedded IEC 61850 protocol with no external communications
hardware required
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
—Robust network security enabling Critical Infrastructure
Protection through user command logging, and dual permission
access control
—High-end fault and disturbance recording, including internal
relay operating signals, eliminating the need for redundant
recording devices
—Accurate built-in metering functions eliminate auxiliary metering
devices and reduces cost
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
Applications
—Primary protection and control for multiple distribution feeders
—Distribution load shedding schemes based on voltage and
frequency elements
—Busblocking/interlocking schemes
—Throw over schemes (bus transfer scheme applications)
—Distributed Generation (DG) interconnect protection, including
active and passive anti-islanding
Features
Protection and Control
—Instantaneous and time phase overcurrent protection
—Thermal overload, instantaneous and time ground/neutral/
negative sequence overcurrent protection, wattmetric ground
fault directional
—Neutral and auxiliary overvoltage
—Phase and auxiliary undervoltage
—Under frequency
—Four shot autoreclose for up six breakers and broken
conductor elements
—Built-in selector switch
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Features (continued)
Communications
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, IEEE C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, EGD, IEC 60870-5-104, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between URs
for direct transfer trip applications
—Embedded managed Ethernet switch with four 100 Mbit fiber
optic ports and 2 copper ports
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering: current, voltage, power, energy, frequency
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—Setting for security audit trails for tracking changes to
F35 configurations
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify
designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device
documents and software are up-to-date via
EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
F35 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection & Control
F35 Feeder Protection System
Cost-Effective Protection and Control for Single/Multiple Distribution Feeders
Ordering
F35 - * ** - H * * - F ** - H** - M ** - P **- U ** - W
Base Unit
CPU
*
F35
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
Software Options
(see note 1 below)
00
03
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mount / Coating
H
A
V
B
User Interface
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
H
H
L
CT/VT DSP
RH
8F
8G
8H
8J
8L
8M
8N
8R
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
8F
8G
8H
8J
8L
8M
8N
8R
81
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
Transducer I/O
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
8F
8G
8H
8J
8L
8M
8N
8R
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
Ordering Note:
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
7A
7B
7C
7H
7I
7J
7S
7T
7W
76
77
For Full Sized Horizontal Mount
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + Multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + Mutlimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
IEC 61850
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry UR. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19" rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19" rack) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Vertical (3/4 size) - Standard
Vertical (3/4 size) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
125/250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC power supply
24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT
Sensitive Ground 4CT/4VT
Standard 8CT
Sensitive Ground 8CT
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Standard 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
No Module
4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
8 RTD Inputs
4 RTD Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 RTD Inputs
8 dcmA Inputs
820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 Channels
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 1 Channel
RS422, 2 Channels
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
1. To view all the options available for F35, please visit GE’s On-Line Store at http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=F35
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis
Accessories for the F35
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
Rev. 11/13
Data subject to change
without notice
www.gedigitalenergy.com
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/F35 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a F35 online
—View the UR Family brochure
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Section 22
Protection & Control
750/760 Feeder Protection System
Comprehensive, draw out distribution feeder protection and management
Key Benefits
—Easy to use Feeder Protection System supported by industry
leading suite of software tools
—Accurate built-in metering functions - Eliminates auxiliary
metering devices and reduces cost
—Improve uptime of auxiliary equipment - I/O monitoring
—Reduce troubleshooting time and maintenance costs IRIG-B time synchronization, event reports, waveform capture,
data logger
—Minimize replacement time - Draw-out construction
—Simplify testing - Built in simulation features
—Cost effective access information - Embedded 10MB Ethernet
port for system integration. Supports industry protocols such as
DNP 3.0 & Modbus
—Complete asset monitoring - Analog I/O, Full metering including
demand & energy
—Leading edge technology - Flash memory for product field
upgrade
—Extended life - Optional conformal coating for chemically
corrosive and humid environments
—Globally accepted - Member of the most renowned product
family in the market.
Applications
—Primary protection and control for distribution feeders on solidly
grounded, high impedance grounded or resonant (Peterson Coil)
grounded systems
—Bus blocking/Interlocking schemes
—High-speed fault detection for arc flash mitigation
—Throw over schemes (bus transfer scheme applications)
—Load shedding schemes based on voltage and frequency
elements
—Back-up protection for transmission lines, feeders and
transformers
—Distributed Generation (DG) interconnect protection, including
active and passive anti-islanding
Features
Protection and Control
—Directional time, instantaneous phase overcurrent protection
—Directional time, instantaneous ground overcurrent protection
—Directional sensitive ground and Restricted Earth Fault
protection
—Negative sequence overcurrent protection
—Bus and line undervoltage
—Overvoltage
—Neutral overvoltage
—Underfrequency/Frequency decay
—Reverse power protection
—Synchro Check
—Automatic bus transfer
—Manual control
—Cold load pickup control
—Power factor control
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Features (continued)
—4 shot recloser (760 only)
—Power factor control
—Syncrocheck - V, f, Hz, & dead-source
Communications
—Networking interfaces - 10Mbps Ethernet, RS232, RS485 and
RS422 ports
—Ethernet port, 10Mbps —Multiple protocols - ModBus® RTU,
ModBus® RTU, TCP/IP, DNP 3.0 Level 2
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering - current,voltage, sequence components per, power,
energy, voltage
—Breaker operation & trip failure
—Event recording - 128 time tagged events
—Total breaker arcing current
—Ambient temperature /analog transducer input
—Analog transducer input
—Oscillography & Data Logger - 10 records up to 32 power cycles
—Simulation mode and playback capability.
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
750/760 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
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Protection & Control
750/760 Feeder Protection System
Comprehensive, draw out distribution feeder protection and management
Ordering
750/760
Phase Current Inputs
*
P1
P5
Ground Current Inputs
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
G1
G5
Sensitive Ground Current Inputs
S1
S5
Power Supply Options
LO
HI
Analog Outputs
A1
A5
A10
A20
Breaker Status LED
R
G
Enhancements
E
T
Environmental Protection
H
Description
1 A phase current inputs
5 A phase current inputs
1 A zero sequence current inputs
5 A zero sequence current inputs
1 A sensitive ground current input
5 A sensitive ground current input
20 – 60 VDC, 20 – 48 VAC @ 48 – 62 Hz
88 – 300 VDC, 70 – 265 VAC @ 48 – 62 Hz
Eight 0 – 1 mA analog outputs
Eight 0 – 5 mA analog outputs
Eight 0 – 10 mA analog outputs
Eight 4 – 20 mA analog outputs
Red breaker closed LED
Green breaker closed LED
Enhanced display, larger LCD, improved keypad
Enhanced display with Ethernet 10BaseT option
Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Accessories for the 750/760
Feeder Protection
with the SR750/760
TRCD-SR750-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-G1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring
VP-1
Ordering Note: This order code is valid for the latest version of SR hardware and firmware version. The older hardware and previous firmware versions are still available and may be ordered through the usual channels.
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/750 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a 750/760 online
—View the SR Family brochure
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Section 22
Protection & Control
F650 Feeder Protection and Bay Controller System
Cost effective solution for protection, automation and control of distribution feeders
Key Benefits
—Flexible protection and control device for distribution feeder
applications
—Advanced automation capabilities for providing customized
protection and control solutions
—Human machine interface (HMI) - graphical LCD, programmable
buttons, and rotary knob for selecting setting menus,
and submenus.
—Minimize replacement time - Modular with card draw-out
construction
—Reduce troubleshooting time and maintenance costs - IRIG-B
and SNTP time synchronization, event reports, waveform
capture, data logger
—Voltage and frequency based load shedding and transfer
schemes to increase system uptime and improve system stability
—Advanced automation capabilities for providing customized
protection and control solutions
—Reduced relay to relay wiring and associated installation costs
through high-speed inter-relay communications
—Simplified system integration with communications supporting
serial and Ethernet interfaces and multiple protocols
—Reduced relay to relay wiring and associated installation costs
through high-speed inter-relay communications
—Embedded IEC61850 Protocol
Applications
—Primary protection and control for distribution feeders on solidly
grounded, high impedance grounded or resonant (Peterson Coil)
grounded systems —Bus blocking/Interlocking schemes
—High-speed fault detection for arc flash mitigation
—Throw over schemes (bus transfer scheme applications)
—Load shedding schemes based on voltage and frequency
elements
—Back-up protection for transmission lines, feeders and
transformers
—Distributed Generation (DG) interconnect protection, including
active and passive anti-islanding
Features (continued)
Monitoring and Metering
—Fault locator, record of last 10 faults -metering - current,
voltage, power, energy, frequency and harmonics
—Breaker operation & trip failure
—Total breaker arcing current
—Event recorder - 479 Events
—High resolution oscillography and Data Logger, with
programmable sampling rate
—Metering: V I Hz W VA PF
—Demand: Ia , Ib , Ic , Ig, Isg, I2, MW, MVA
—Configurable graphical HMI interface
—Alarm Panel
EnerVista™ Software
—Sophisticated software for configuration and commissioning
—Document and software archiving
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
F650 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
Features
Protection and Control
—Time, instantaneous & directional phase, neutral, ground and
sensitive ground overcurrent
—Manual close with cold load pickup control via PLC, Forward
Power and Directional Power Units
—Load encroachment supervision
—Wattmetric ground fault detection
—Positive and negative sequence based over/under voltage
elements
—Four-shot autorecloser with synchronism check
—Breaker control and breaker failure
—Abnormal frequency protection (Rate of change, under and over
frequency)
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F650 Feeder Protection and Bay Controller System
Cost effective solution for protection, automation and control of distribution feeders
Ordering
F650 * * * F * G * * * * *
F650
B
M
N
F
A
P
G
X
Y
Z
C
M
B
C
D
E
1
2
4
5
0
1
4
5
LO
HI
LOR
HIR
-
C
F
P
S
5
6
H
DESCRIPTION
DIGITAL BAY MANAGEMENT DEVICE
Basic display (4 x 20 characters)
Graphical display with standard symbols (240x128 pixels)
Graphic display with IEC Symbols (240x128 pixels)
REAR SERIAL COMMUNICATIONS BOARD 1
None
Redundant RS485
Redundant plasticfiber optic
Redundant glass fiber optic
Redundant RS485 + fiber remote CAN bus I/O
Redundant plastic fiber optic + fiber remote CAN bus I/O
Redundant glass fiber optic + fiber remote CAN bus I/O
Cable Remote CAN Bus I/O
RS485 + cable Remote CAN Bus I/O
REAR ETHERNET COMMUNICATIONS BOARD 2
10/100 Base TX
10/100 Base TX + 100 Base FX
10/100 Base TX + Redundant 100 Base FX
Redundant 10/100 Base TX
I/O BOARD IN SLOT F
16 Digital Inputs + 8 Outputs
8 Digital Inputs + 8 Outputs + 2 trip/close circuit
supervision circuits
32 Digital Inputs
16 Digital Inputs + 8 Analog Inputs
I/O BOARD IN SLOT G
None
16 Digital Inputs + 8 Outputs
32 Digital Inputs (See Note 1)
16 Digital Inputs + 8 Analog Inputs (See Note 1)
AUXILIARY VOLTAGE
24-48 Vdc (range 19.2 - 57.6)
110-250 Vdc (range 88 – 300)
120-230 Vac (range 96 – 250)
Redundant LO
Redundant HI
LANGUAGE
English/English
Chinese/English (See Note 2)
French/English
Russian/English (See Note 2)
Spanish/English
COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL
Modbus ® RTU, TCP/IP, DNP 3.0 Level 2, IEC 60870-5-104
Procome, Modbus ® RTU, TCP/IP
IEC61850, Modbus ® RTU and TCP/IP, DNP 3.0 Level 2,
IEC 60870-5-104
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Without Harsh (Chemical) Environment Conformal Coating
Harsh (Chemical) Environment Conformal Coating
SPECIAL MODELS:
MOD001: 6A output contacts instead of 16A..
(*) Notes:
(1) The number selected for option G must be equal or higher than the number selected for option F for models including boards 4 and 5.
(2) Russian and Chinese languages available only for basic display models.
Chinese Basic Display: 2x20 characters for English characters, 2x10 characters for Chinese characters.
Accessories for the F650
Feeder Protection with the F650
TRCD-F650-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-G1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC61850
VP-1-61850
Ordering Note: This order code is valid for the latest version of F650 hardware and firmware version.
The older hardware and previous firmware versions are still available and may be ordered through the usual channels.
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Visit www.GEMultilin.com/F650 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support
documents
—Buy a F650 online
—View the 650 Family brochure
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Section 22
Protection & Control
350 Feeder Protection System
Intuitive and Innovative Feeder Protection
Key Benefits
—Easy to use and intuitive overcurrent protection and control for
feeder applications.
—Effortless draw-out construction eliminates requirement for test
switches and reduces downtime
—Environmental monitoring system to alarm on destructive
operating conditions and plan preventative maintenance
—Easy to use interface and set up in one simple step
—Accelerated Life Cycle Tested to ensure reliability of relay
operation under abnormal conditions
—Advanced power system diagnostics to increase reliability
through fault and disturbance recording capabilities
—Flexible communications with multiple ports & protocols to allow
seamless integration into new and existing infrastructure
—Arc flash mitigation via zone inter-tripping, flex curves, and
multiple settings group
—Powerful Security Audit Trail tool to increase security and
minimize system risks by tracking setting changes
—Application flexibility with the use of programmable
logic elements
Applications
—Industrial feeders with enhanced breaker monitoring
diagnostics, etc.
—Distribution utility down stream breaker protection
—Medium voltage Utility feeders with advanced control features
Cold Load Pickup, auto reclose, multiple settings group, etc
Features
Protection and Control
—Phase, neutral and ground TOC and IOC
—Undervoltage, overvoltage, frequency
—Neutral/ground directional
—Negative sequence Overcurrent
—ANSI, IAC, IEC, flex curves
—Cable Thermal Model Protection
—Breaker Failure
—Cold Load Pick Up
—Four-shot auto-reclose
—8 digital inputs, 7 contact outputs
—Two setting groups
Features (continued)
User Interface
—4 line display for easy viewing of key data
—10 LED indicators for quick diagnostics
—Front USB and rear RS485 serial communications
—Multiple Communication Protocols:
IEC 61850
IEC 61850 GOOSE,
MODBUS TCP/IP, MODBUS RTU,
DNP 3.0, IEC 60870-5-104, IEC 60870-5-103
EnerVista™ Software
—EnerVista Software- an industry-leading suite of software tools
that simplifies every aspect of working with Multilin devices.
—Quick & easy configuration requiring minimal settings for most
feeder applications.
Metering & Monitoring
—Event Recorder: 256 events
—Oscillography with 32 samples per cycle
—IRIG-B clock synchronization
—Relay health diagnostics
—Security audit trail
—Metering - current, voltage, power, frequency
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Protection & Control
350 Feeder Protection System
Intuitive and Innovative Feeder Protection
Ordering
350
Base Unit
Language
Phase Currents
E
**
**
*
*
*
*
*
**
D
*
Description
N
H
English
1A three phase current inputs
5A three phase current inputs
1A ground current input
5A ground current input
1A sensitive ground current input
5A sensitive ground current input
24 - 48 Vdc
125 - 250 Vdc/120 - 240Vac
Standard faceplate (LCD, full menu, actual values and setpoints) with 8 Inputs, 7 Outputs (2 Form
A, 5 Form C) --- Only for 350
Standard faceplate (LCD, full menu, actual values and setpoints) with 10 Inputs, 7 Outputs (2 Form
A, 5 Form C)
Standard Overcurrent Protection - 50P(1), 50G(1), 50N(1), 51P(1), 51G(1), 51N(1)
Extended Overcurrent Protection - 49, 50P(2), 50G(2), 50N(2), 51P(1), 51G(1), 51N(1)
Advanced overcurrent protection - 49, 50P(2), 50G(2), 50N(2), 51P(1), 51G(1), 51N(1), 50_2 (46)
No Selection
CLP, 50BF, Autoreclose (79), Lockout (86)
No Selection
Directional Neutral Overcurrent Protection 67N(1), 67G(1)
Voltage Metering
Neutral and Ground Directional elements 67N(1), 67G(1) + Voltage Metering
Voltage Protection, Neutral and Ground Directional elements - 27P(1), 27X(1), 59P(1), 59N(1),
59X(1), 59_2(1), 81O(2), 81U(2), 67N(1), 67G(1)
Standard :Front USB, Rear RS485 : Modbus RTU, DNP3.0, IEC 60870-5-103
Standard + Ethernet (Copper & Fiber - MTRJ) MODBUS TCP/IP, DNP3.0, IEC 60870-5-104
Standard + Ethernet (Copper & Fiber - MTRJ) MODBUS TCP/IP, DNP3.0, IEC 60870-5-104, IEC 61850
GOOSE
Standard + Ethernet (Copper & Fiber - MTRJ) MODBUS TCP/IP, DNP3.0, IEC 60870-5-104, IEC 61850
Draw-out Design
None
Harsh Environment Conformal coating
350
E
P1
P5
G1
G5
S1
S5
Ground Currents
L
H
Power Supply
S
Faceplate
E
S
E
M
Current Protection
N
C
Control
N
D
M
R
Options
P
SN
1E
Communications
2E
3E
D
Case Design
Harsh Environment
Note: 1) G1/G5 and S1/S5 must match corresponding P1/P5 - there cannot be 5A and 1A mixing
Accessories for the 350
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-G1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
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—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a 350 online
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Protection & Control
A60™ Feeder Protection System
Advanced Light & Pressure Arc Flash Detection System
Key Benefits
—GE patented, dual input light and pressure wave sensors for fast,
reliable arc flash detection
—Arc flash detection and trip initiation in as fast as 1ms to reduce
equipment damage and increase system uptime
—Independent device provides continuous, always on, operation to
maximize equipment protection
—Continuous health monitoring of optical sensors, fiber cables,
and control unit to ensure reliable operation
—Direct connection to breaker trip circuit using solid state output
relays, for increased operating speed
—Multi-stage detection for reduced nuisance tripping with optional
external current supervision input
—Simplified installation and configuration with sensor autocalibration and no requirement for additional setup software
—Up to 5 arc flash sensors per unit provides optimized coverage
for Switchgear compartments
—Multiple unit connectivity and transfer trip capability to ensure
optimized coverage for large applications
—No requirement to install additional CTs reducing time and costs
associated with installation and commissioning
—DIN rail mounted for easy installation and reduced
commissioning time
—Suitable for both new and retrofit applications
Applications
—Arc flash detection system for medium voltage applications
(switchgear and motor control centers)
—Applications requiring arc flash mitigation
—Suitable for new and existing retrofit applications
Features
—GE patented, high-speed arc flash system utilizing light and
pressure wave detection technology
—Stand-alone unit providing continuous operation, 24/7
—Continuous self-supervision (health monitoring) of sensors, fiber
cables, and arc flash relay with trouble indication
—External current supervision from IOC device
—Up to five arc flash sensors per relay for detection in multiple
locations within switchgear
—Five solid state output relays for fast trip initiation
—Six digital inputs with transfer trip capability for cascading
applications
—Arc flash sensor auto-calibration
—Three LEDs for indication for Status, Trip, and Trouble
—Local and remote reset capability
—DIN Rail mounting
—Slide switches and rotary dial for device setup
—No setup software required
—Operating temperature range from -40°C to +60°C
Ordering
A60
E H *
Language
E
Power Supply
Sensors
* Description
English
H
125 - 250V DC / 100 - 240V AC, 50/60 Hz
X
Qty 0 to 5 - 6ft Sensors
X
Qty 0 to 5 - 12ft Sensors
NOTE: Qty 5 sensors maximum per Multilin A60, minimum 1 sensor required
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Section 22
Protection & Control
735/737 Feeder Protection System
Three-phase and ground feeder protection
Key Benefits
—Minimize replacement time - Draw-out construction
—Simplify testing - Built in simulation features
—Access information - via Modbus RTU
Applications
—Primary circuit protection on distribution networks at any
voltage level
—Backup protection for transformers and transmission lines
Features
Protection and Control
—3 phase time overcurrent
—Ground time overcurrent
—5 curve shapes
—4 curve shift multipliers per curve
—10 time multipliers per curve
—ANSI, IAC, or IEC/BS142 curves
—Phase instantaneous overcurrent
—Ground instantaneous overcurrent
—Pickup level for each overcurrent
—Outputs: trip, aux trip, service
—Aux trip: 86 lockout, ground trip
—SR737 has 8 additional output relays
Features (continued)
Communications
—8 LED trip indicators
—4 LED status indicators
—Current bar graph, % of CT
—RS485 or RS422 communications
—ModBus® RTU protocol
—Baud rate up to 19,200 bps
Monitoring and Metering
—Trip record of last 5 trips
—Pre-trip data includes currents
—True RMS sensing
EnerVista™ Software
—EnerVista™ software - an industry leading suite of software tools
that simplifies every aspect of working with GE Multilin™ devices
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
735/737 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
Ordering
*
*
*
*
*
735
737
1
5
1
5
LO
HI
485
422
Standard relay with 50/51, 50G/51G protection
Relay with 8 additional outputs
1 A phase CT secondaries
5 A phase CT secondaries
1 A ground CT secondaries
5 A ground CT secondaries
20 – 60 VDC; 20 – 48 VAC @ 50, 60 Hz control power
90 – 300 VDC; 70 – 265 VAC @ 50, 60 Hz control power
RS485 2-wire communications (standard)
RS422 4-wire communications (optional)
Accessories
19-1 PANEL
Single cutout panel
19-2 PANEL
Dual cutout panel
SCI
RS232 to RS485 convertor
735/737-DEMO
737 demo/test case
For shallow switchgear,
reduces the depth of the relay by 1 3/8".
For shallow switchgear,
reduces the depth of the relay by 3".
1 3/8" Collar:
3" Collar:
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/735 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications Notes and
support documents
—Buy a 735/737 online
Consider upgrading the 735/737 to the 750/760 for increased
functionality and optional ethernet communication interface.
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Protection & Control
MIF II Feeder Protection System
Economical feeder protection with recloser
Key Benefits
—Low priced scalable options – event reports, waveform capture,
reclosure
—Reduce troubleshooting and maintenance cost – Event reports,
waveform capture
—Design flexibility – Easy to use programming logic
—Asset monitoring – Breaker health, and breaker failure
—Access to information – Modbus RTU communications
—Configurable logic, curves, I/Os and LEDs
—Flash memory for field upgrades
—Two settings groups
—Password protection for local operation
—Automatic display of last fault information
—AC/DC power supply
—Improved user interface
—Access via front panel keypad or communication links
—EnerVista™ compatible
—Isolated front RS232 serial port
Features (continued)
Monitoring and Metering
—32-event record
—Analog/digital oscillography
—KI2 counter for breaker maintenance
—Per phase current metering
—Monitoring of the last 5 trips information from the display
User Interfaces
—EnerVista™ for setting and monitoring
—2x16 character LCD display
—6 LED indicators, 4 configurable in function and colour.
—Independent front RS232 and rear RS485
—Multiple Protocols - ModBus RTU, IEC60870-5-103
EnerVista™ Software
—EnerVista™ software - an industry leading suite of software tools
that simplifies every aspect of working with GE Multilin™ devices
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
MIFII into new or existing monitoring and control systems
Applications
—Primary feeder protection on distribution networks
—Backup/auxiliary protection for transformers, generators
and motors
Features
Protection and Control
—Phase and ground TOC and IOC
—Thermal image protection
—IAC time-current curves
—EPTAR-C time-current curves
—Circuit breaker control (open and close)
—Four shot autorecloser
—Cold load pickup element
—Configurable breaker failure to open
—Configurable I/O
—6 outputs: trip, service required, 4 auxiliary
Ordering
MIF II * * * * * * * * 00
P
N
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—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support
documents
—Buy a MIF II online
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A
I
U
C
3 phase + ground relay
Single phase or ground relay
ANSI curves
IEC curves
IAC curves
EPTAR-C curves (only for single phase model)
0
1
5
1
5
N
L
MIF II N models
MIF II P models: Phase CT in = 1 A
MIF II P models: Phase CT in = 5 A
E
F
0
1
2
0
R
LO
HI
Ground CT In = 1 A
Ground CT In = 5 A
Sensitive ground: CT In = 1 A
Very sensitive ground: CT In = 1 A
English language
French language
MIF II Basic Model
MIF II Option 1 *
MIF II Option 2 **
Without recloser
With recloser (not available in the Basic Model)
24-48 VDC (Range: 19~58 Vdc) Power Supply
110-250 VDC (Range: 88~300 Vdc) Power Supply
110-230 VAC (Range: 88~264 Vac) Power Supply
* Configurable I/O/LEDs, event recording, oscillography
** Option 1 + cold load pickup, breaker failure to open, breaker health,
configurable logic
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FM2 Feeder Protection System
Economical and compact feeder protection for low voltage feeders
Key Benefits
—Comprehensive low voltage feeder management system Integrated feeder protection and process control in a
small package
—Cost effective solution - Low cost modular design
—Small footprint and compact design - With or without display,
fits into standard Power Control Center buckets
—Ease of use - EnerVista™ compatible
—Remote monitoring - via serial communications, Modbus RTU
—Easy installation and integration - Door mount option
—Reduced number of devices - Replaces of bi-metal overload
elements, integrates timers, relays, meters, switches, indicators
—Integrated trip pushbutton
—Easy to read two line display
Applications
—Feeder protection and management system for low voltage
distribution feeders
—Integrated process and electrical control
—Specifically designed for Power Control Center applications
Features
Protection and Control
—Thermal overload protection
—Current unbalance
—Ground fault protection
—Open contactor/Welded contactor
—Under voltage autoreclose
—Outputs: 2 fixed, 1 programmable and 1 emergency shutdown
—Inputs: 6 fixed, 10 programmable
Monitoring and Metering
—Display phase current, ground current, current unbalance,
voltage, power, energy, etc.
—Trip record and pre-trip values
—Maintenance information
Communications
—RS485 ModBus® , 1200 - 19,200 bps
—Front Panel 11 LEDs, key pad, and 2x20 LCD display
—Front Panel control push buttons
—Includes EnerVista™ software
EnerVista™ Software
—EnerVista™ software - an industry leading suite of software tools
that simplifies every aspect of working with GE Multilin™ devices
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
FM2 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
Ordering
FM2 * - * - * - *
Base Unit
Model
FM2
712
722
PD
C
Product Family
120V AC VT and Switch input voltage
240V AC VT and Switch input voltage
Panel mount with Display
Chassis mount (Black box)
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/FM2 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
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Protection & Control
Motor Protection
Selector Guide
page 22-92
Complete motor protection comparison
A reference table highlighting the feature set for each protection system
M60
page 22-94
Comprehensive protection for medium to large motors
The M60 provides superior protection, control, and diagnostics that include thermal model
with RTD and current unbalance biasing, stator differential, reverse and low forward
power, external RRTD module, two-speed motors, reduced voltage starting, broken rotor
bar detection, and more.
469
page 22-96
Comprehensive protection and control of medium and large AC motors
The SR469 Motor Protection System, a member of the SR family of relays provide protection
for three phase motors. It is a cost effective draw-out unit for protection, fault diagnostics,
metering, and communication applications ideally suited for industrial installations. It may be
used for applications for two speed motors as well as for applications where single CT
differential protection is required.
369
page 22-97
Integrated protection and control for medium sized AC motors
Designed for medium-sized motors, the enhanced 369 Motor Protection System delivers
advanced motor health diagnostics, graphical and data rich fault diagnostics, simple sixstep setup & amp; configuration and complete traceability of setting changes, enabling
industrial facilities to maximize process up-time and optimize rated motor output.
339
page 22-101
Intuitive protection for AC motors
Designed for medium voltage motors in industrial applications, the 339 delivers unparalleled protection, control, diagnostics and communications in an industry leading draw-out
construction. The 339 Motor Protection System provides simplified setup configuration
through the use of the Motor Settings Auto-Configurator, advanced graphical diagnostics
with the Motor Health Report and support for multiple communication protocols including
IEC 61850.
269Plus
page 22-103
Protection for three-phase industrial motors and driven equipment
The 269Plus Motor Management Relay™ detects damaging conditions of the motor. This
relay learns motor parameters and may be adapted to any application and initial protection
may be improved. Relay is available in draw-out and standard version. This relay monitors
ten RTD’s.
239
page 22-104
Protection for three-phase industrial motors and driven equipment
The 239 Motor Protection relay is designed to provide protection and control for small to
medium size motors and the associated mechanical equipment. Optional switches allow for
protection of multi-speed motors.
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Protection & Control
Motor Protection
MM300™
page 22-105
Comprehensive low voltage motor management including automation and diagnostics
The MM300™ integrates advanced motor protection, control automation, communication
and diagnostics into a single rugged, flexible device for low voltage motors. Designed to
be mounted in MCCs in harsh plant environments, the MM300™ combines protection and
PLC functionality in a small, modular hardware platform.
MM2
page 22-107
Integrated process and electrical control with protection for low voltage motors
The MM2 controller can be used in applications where integrated process control with
protection for low voltage motors is required. This controller replaces relays, meters, panel
indicators and reduces field wiring.
SPM
page 22-109
Starting protection, synchronization and control for synchronous motors
The SPM motor system is used for control, synchronization and specific protection (stator
protection have to be done by one an induction motor protection relay) of collector-ring or
brushless synchronous motors.
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Section 22
Protection & Control
Motor Protection
Selection Guide
Features
Device
MM200
MM300
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•
•
•
Protection & Control
Thermal Model
RTD Biasing
Current Unbalance Biasing
Custom Overload Curves
Voltage Dependant Overload Curves
Jogging Start / Starts-Per-Hour
Incomplete Sequence
Reduced Voltage Starting
Backspin Detection
Two Speed Motor
Emergency Restart
Jam / Stall
IOC, Phase, Ground, Sensitive Grnd, Neutral
TOC, Phase, Ground, Sensitive Grnd
Differential
Current Directional, Phase, Ground, Neutral
Current Unbalance
Undercurrent / Underpower
Phase, Auxiliary, Neutral Overvoltage
Phase, Auxiliary Undervoltage
Negative Sequence Overvoltage
Voltage Transformer Fuse Failure
Phase Reversal
Under / Overfrequency
Reverse Power
Power Factor
RTD Overtemperature
Remote RTD (RRTD)
Breaker Failure
49
49RTD
•
66
48
19
51R
50P/G/SG/N
51P/G/SG/
87M
67P/G/N
46
37
59P/N/X
27P/X
59_2
VTFF
47
81U/O
32R
55
49
49
50BF
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G
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•
X
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•
•
•
•
•
G
G
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•
P
P/X
•
•
•
Automation
Contact Inputs (max)
Contact Outputs (max)
Analog Inputs (max)
Analog Outputs (max)
RTD Inputs (max)
Thermistor Input
Programmable Logic
Trip / Close Coil Supervision
Digital Counters
Timers
Undervoltage Auto-restart
7 DC/6 AC
3
30
18
•
6
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Monitoring & Metering
Current
Voltage
Frequency
Power - Real
Power - Apparent / Reactive
Power Factor
Demand - Current, MW, MVA, Mvar
Energy
Temperature
Event Recorder (number of events)
Oscillography (max samples per cycle)
Data logger
Motor Learned Information
Thermal Capacity Used
Motor Start Data Logger
Motor Start / Stop Health Report
•
•
•
•
256
32
•
•
•
Communications
RS232 Serial Communications
RS485 Serial Communications
Ethernet Communications
Fiber Optic Ethernet
Modbus protocol
DeviceNet protocol
Profibus protocol
DNP 3.0 protocol
IEC61870-5-105 protocol
IEC61850 protocol
Peer-to-Peer Communications (GSSE/GOOSE)
Simple network Timesync protocol
IRIG-B input
Process Bus (IEC 61850-9-2)
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Protection & Control
Motor Protection
Selection Guide
339
369
469
469+SPM
M60
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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•
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•
P/G/SG
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
P/G/SG
•
•
•
P/G/SG
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•
•
•
P
P
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•
P
P
•
•
•
•
•
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•
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•
•
•
•
P/G/SG/N
G/SG
•
P/N
•
•
P/N/X
P/X
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
7
6
4
4
12
9
9
4
4
12
80
64
24
4
24
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512
16
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256
12
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256
12
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1024
16
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P/G/SG
G/N
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P
P
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8
7
5
4
4
12
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512
32
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Protection & Control
M60 Motor Protection System
Comprehensive Protection for Medium to Large Motors
Key Benefits
—Advanced motor protection and control elements including a
flexible and powerful thermal model and standard, custom and
voltage dependant overload curves
—Integrated automation and process control functions
—Simplified programming with the EnerVista™ M60 motor settings
auto-configurator
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for simultaneous/ dedicated network connections with 1 microsecond time
synchronization via LAN with IEEE® 1588 support
—Reduced relay-to-relay wiring and associated installation costs
through high-speed inter-relay communications
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC® 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
—Robust network security enabling Critical Infrastructure
Protection through user command logging, and dual permission
access control
—High-end fault and disturbance recording
—Enhanced motor-learned data provides critical information for
preventative maintenance
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
Applications
—Protection and control of most popular construction type
medium to large thee-phase induction motors
—Automation or process control functionality
—Protection of medium to large synchronous motors when paired
with the SPM Synchronous Motor Protection System
—Stand-alone protection or component in automated substation
control system
Features
Protection and Control
—Enhanced thermal model with RTD and current
unbalance compensation
—Stator differential
—Mechanical jam/stall
—Short circuit tripping
—Under current/under power
—Phase reversal
—Reverse/low forward power protection
—Two-speed motor protection
—Reduced voltage starting
—Optional internal RTDs & external RTD module
—CT failure for each CT bank, VT fuse failure
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Features (continued)
Communications
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, EGD, IEC 60870-5-104, PRP
—DeviceNet and Profibus protocol options available using the
D485 and P485 protocol convertors
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between URs
for direct transfer trip (DTT) applications
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering: current, voltage, power, energy, frequency
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—Setting for security audit trails for tracking changes to
M60 configurations
—Motor starting characteristics for the last 250 motor starts
EnerVista Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify
designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device
documents and software are up-to-date via
EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
M60 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
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M60 Motor Protection System
Comprehensive Protection for Medium to Large Motors
Ordering
M60 - * 00 - H *
M60
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
Base Unit
CPU
* - F ** - H ** - M ** - P ** - U ** - W/X**
V
Software Options
(see note 1 below)
00
03
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mount / Coating
H
A
V
B
User Interface
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
H
H
L
L
CT/VT DSP
RH
RL
8L
8M
8N
8R
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
8L
8M
8N
8R
81
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
Transducer I/O
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
Ordering Note:
XX
4A
4C
4D
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5C
5E
5F
7A
7B
7H
7I
For full sized horizontal mount
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + Multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + Mutlimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
IEC 61850
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry UR. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19” rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19” rack) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Vertical (3/4 size) - Standard
Vertical (3/4 size) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
125/250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC
24 - 48 V (DC only)
24 - 48 V (DC only) with redundant 24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Standard 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
No module
4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 RTD Inputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 RTD Inputs
8 dcmA Inputs
820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1. To view all available model order codes, options for M60 or to order the UR Classic Front Panel, please visit GE’s On-Line Store at http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=M60
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis
Accessories for the M60
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Remote RTD Module
RRTD
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
D485 DeviceNet Converter
D485-C
P485 Profibus Converter
P485-C
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Protection & Control
469 Motor Protection System
Complete integrated protection and management of medium and large motors
Key Benefits
—Comprehensive motor protection plus voltage dependant overload
curves, torque metering and protection, broken rotor bar protection
—Most advanced thermal model - Including multiple RTD inputs for
stator thermal protection
—Minimize replacement time - Draw-out construction
—Complete asset monitoring - Temperature, Analog I/O, full metering
including demand & energy
—Improve uptime of auxiliary equipment - Through I/O monitoring
—Reduce troubleshooting time and maintenance costs - Event
reports, waveform capture, data logger
—Built in simulation functions simplify testing and commissioning
—Cost Effective Access to information - Through standard RS232 &
RS485 serial ports, and optional Ethernet and DeviceNet Ports
—Field upgradable firmware and settings
—Optional Conformal coating for exposure to chemically corrosive
or humid environments
Features (continued)
Communications
—Multiple Ports - 10baseT Ethernet, RS485, RS232, RS422,
DeviceNet
—Multiple Protocols - Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP/IP, DeviceNet
Monitoring and Metering
—A, V, W, var, VA, PF, Hz, Wh, varh, demand
—Torque, temperature (12 RTDs)
—Event recorder
—Oscillography & Data Logger (trending)
—Statistical information & learned motor data
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
469 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
Applications
—Protection and Management of three phase medium and large
horsepower motors and driven equipment, including high inertia,
two speed and reduced-voltage start motors.
Features
Protection and Control
—Thermal model biased with RTD and negative sequence
current feedback
—Start supervision and inhibit
—Mechanical jam
—Voltage compensated acceleration
—Undervoltage, overvoltage
—Underfrequency
—Stator differential protection
—Thermal overload
—Overtemperature protection
—Phase and ground overcurrent
—Current unbalance
—Power elements
Ordering
—Torque protection
—Dual overload curves for 2 speed motors
469
*
—Reduced voltage starting control
469
|
*
*
*
*
P1
P5
LO
HI
A1
A20
D
E
T
H
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—View Guideform Specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and
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Basic Unit
1 A phase CT secondaries
5 A phase CT secondaries
DC: 24 - 60 V; AC: 20 - 48 V @ 48 -62 Hz control power
DC: 90 - 300 V; AC: 70 - 265 V @ 48 -62 Hz control power
0 - 1 mA analog outputs
4 - 20 mA analog outputs
DeviceNet
Enhanced front panel
Enhanced front panel with Ethernet 10BaseT option
Harsh (Chemical) Environment Conformal Coating
Accessories for the 469
469 Motor Protection Learning CD TRCD-469-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-G1
Product Maintenance Learning CD TRCD-MAINT-C-S-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring
VP-1
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Protection & Control
369 Motor Protection System
Integrated protection and control for medium sized AC motors
Key Benefits
—Enhanced Thermal Model including RTD and Current
Unbalance Biasing
—Complete Asset monitoring with programmable RTD inputs for
Stator, Bearing and Ambient temperature protection
—Enhanced reporting - Motor Health Reports provide critical
information for preventative maintenance
—Reduce troubleshooting time and maintenance costs -Event
reports, waveform capture, motor start, data logger
—Simplify testing - Built in simulation features
—Multiple communication protocols - Modbus RTU, Profibus,
DeviceNet, Modbus TCP/IP
—Cost Effective Access to information - Through standard RS232 &
RS485 serial ports, and optional Ethernet, DeviceNet, and
Profibus Ports
—Simplified programming with the EnerVista™ 369 Motor Settings
Auto-Configurator
—Field upgradable settings and firmware
—Optional Conformal coating for exposure to chemically corrosive
or humid environments
—Suitable for hazardous locations - Underwriters Laboratory
certification for Class 1 Division 2 applications
—Installation flexibility - Remote display and remote RTD options
—Safe and reliable motor re-start on “Down Hole” pump applications - Unique back spin detection feature detects flow reversal
on a pump motor, enabling timely and safe motor restarting
Applications
—Protection and control for medium sized AC motors
—“Down Hole” pump applications
—Suitable for applications involving Variable Frequency Drives
Features
Protection and Control
—Enhanced thermal model
—Stall / Jam protection
—Undervoltage, overvoltage
—Underfrequency
—Thermal overload
—Undercurrent/current unbalance
—Variable lockout time
—Ground fault O/C
—Overtemperature 12 RTDs (R option)
—Starts/hour, time between starts
—Phase Reversal (M option)
—Undervoltage Auto-restart
—Two Speed Motor Protection
Features (continued)
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering - current, voltage, power, energy, frequency, RTD
Temperature, Remote RTD
—Fault diagnosis, - Event Record, Oscillography, Motor Starting
Data Logger
—Motor Start / Stop Health Report
—Statistical information & learned motor data
—Voltage/frequency/power display (M option)
—4 analog outputs (M option)
Communications
—Front Panel RS232 port for programming and troubleshooting
—Optional embedded Ethernet port
—Optional Profibus DP/DPV1 or DeviceNet via dedicated port
—ModBus® RTU
—ModBus® over TCP/IP
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
369 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
User Interface
—40 Character Backlit LCD Display
—10 System and Motor Status LED’s
—keypad for configuration and viewing metered values
—4 programmable analog outputs
—369 Motor Settings Wizard
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Section 22
Protection & Control
369 Motor Protection System
Integrated protection and control for medium sized AC motors
Ordering
369
*
*
*
*
*
*
369
HI
LO
R
0
M
B
0
F
0
P
P1
E
D
0
H
E
0
Basic unit (no RTD)
50 – 300 VDC / 40 – 265 VAC Control Power
20 – 60 VDC / 20 – 48 VAC Control Power
Optional 12 RTD inputs (built-in)
No optional RTD inputs
Optional metering package
Optional backspin detection (includes metering)
No optional metering package or backspin detection
Optional fiber optic port
No optional fiber optic port
Optional Profibus DP0 Interface
Optional Profibus DPV1 Interface
Optional ModBus® TCP over Ethernet interface
Optional DeviceNet protocol
No optional Profibus protocol interface
Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced diagnostics (includes enhanced motor diagnostics, enhanced event recorder,
security audit trail)
No enhanced diagnostics
Accessories for the 369
369 Motor Protection Learning CD TRCD-369-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-G1
Remote RTD Module
RRTD
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring
VP-1
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—View Guideform Specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a 369 online
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Section 22
Protection & Control
Drawout 269Plus to Drawout 369 Motor Protection System
Replace a 269/269Plus Motor Management Relay with a Drawout 369 Motor Protection System
Key Benefits
—Utilizes the same 269/269Plus drawout chassis, significantly
reducing cost and system downtime
—Automated setting file conversion tool simplifies the
upgrade process
—Eliminates the need for mounting kits and re-work to existing
cut-outs or frames
—Provides advanced protection features including a user
configurable thermal model
—Comprehensive asset monitoring and diagnostics including
Motor Learned Data and Motor Health Reports for optimized
asset performance
—Reduce troubleshooting time and maintenance costs with
detailed event recorder, oscillography and data logger
capabilities
—Suitable for hazardous locations, UL certification for
Class 1 Div 2 applications
Applications
—Protection and control for medium sized, three-phase, AC motors
—Two speed motors
Features
Protection and Control
—Thermal model biased with RTD and negative sequence
current feedback
—Enhanced thermal model
—Stator winding and bearing overtemperature monitoring
and protection
—Jogging start / starts-per-hour
—Incomplete sequence
—Undercurrent for load loss
—Locked rotor
—Rapid trip / mechanical jam / stall protection
—Unbalance / single phasing
—Short circuit & ground fault
—Variable lock-out time
—Emergency restart capability
Features (continued)
EnerVista™ Software
—Automated 269Plus setting file conversion tool with conversion
report to verify settings
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
Multilin products
Monitoring and Metering
—Current and thermal capacity metering
—Data logger
—Event recorder (max 512 events)
—Oscillography (max 16 samples per cycle)
—Motor learned information
—Motor start / stop health report
Inputs / Outputs
—Contact inputs / outputs: 5 / 4
—Analog outputs: 1
—RTD inputs: 12
Communications
—RS232 serial communications
—RS485 serial communications
—Modbus RTU protocol
User Interface
—40 character LCD display
—10 system and motor status LEDs
—Keypad for configuration and viewing metered values
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Section 22
Protection & Control
Drawout 269Plus to Drawout 369 Motor Protection System
Replace a 269/269Plus Motor Management Relay with a Drawout 369 Motor Protection System
Ordering
269Plus
*
*
*
*
*
*
269Plus
SV
D/O
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
100P
10C
100N
120N
HI
LO
269Plus motor management relay®
Standard version
Drawout version
Phase CT 1
Ground CT (required for D/O only)
:5
2000:1
:5
:5
:1
2000:1
:1
:5
Relay fail safe code2 (required for D/O only)
Trip
Alarm
Aux1
Aux 2
FS
NFS
NFS
FS
NFS
FS
NFS
FS
FS
FS
NFS
FS
NFS
NFS
FS
FS
FS
NFS
FS
FS
NFS
FS
FS
FS
FS
FS
FS
FS
NFS
NFS
NFS
FS
3
Relay contact arrangement (required for D/O only)
Alarm
Aux1
Aux2
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.C.
N.O.
N.C.
N.O.
N.O.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.O.
N.O.
N.C.
N.O.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.O.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
100 Ohm platinum RTD
10 Ohm copper RTD
100 Ohm nickel RTD
120 Ohm nickel RTD
80 – 300 VDC/65 – 265 VAC control power
20 – 60 VDC/20 – 48 VAC control power
Step 1. Select your existing 269Plus Drawout order code
269 - D/O - 1
4
5
- 100P
- HI
Step 2. Configure your 369 Drawout upgrade
Power Supply
HI - 50-300 VDC/40-265 VAC Control Power
RTD Option
R - 12 RTD inputs
Metering
M - Metering package included
Harsh Environment Option
H - Harsh (Chemical) Environment Conformal Coating
Diagnostics
E - Enhanced diagnostics / faceplate
MOD:
MOD 145
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339 Motor Protection System
Intuitive protection and advanced communications for AC motors
Key Benefits
—Enhanced Thermal Model including RTD and current unbalance
biasing providing complete motor protection
—Detailed Motor Health Report providing critical motor data
simplifying motor analysis
—Increase process uptime by trouble shooting problems faster
with time stamped event reports, waveform capture, motor start
and motor trending
—Increase security and reduce potential system risks with the
Security Audit Trail capturing setting and command changes
—Powerful communication capabilities allowing seamless integration into most communication architectures
—Easy access to information via multiple communication network
options including USB, Serial, Fiber & copper Ethernet
—Eliminate FT switches, needed for testing with the unique
draw-out construction
—Reduced wiring with support for remote RTDs
—Reduce setup and configuration time with the Simplified Motor
Setup screen
—Customized motor overload curve using Flex curves
Applications
Features (continued)
—Small to Medium sized Medium Voltage AC Motors
—Protection of pumps, conveyors, fans, compressors, etc.
—Applications requiring fast and secure communications
—Harsh environments requiring protection against corrosive
chemicals and humid environments
Metering & Monitoring
—Current Metering
—RTD Temperature
—Voltage Metering
—Power & Energy Metering
—Frequency Metering
—Event Recorder: 256 events with 1ms time stamping
—Oscillography with 32 samples per cycle and digital states
—IRIG-B clock synchronization
—Motor health diagnostics
—Security audit trail
Features
Protection and Control
—Thermal model biased with RTD and negative sequence
current feedback
—Phase and ground TOC and IOC
—Start supervision and inhibit
—Mechanical Jam
—Current Unbalance
—Overvoltage
—Undervoltage
—Under/Over Frequency
—Voltage Phase Reversal
—Acceleration Time
—Undercurrent / Underpower
—Starts per Hour
User Interface
—4X20 character LCD display
—Control panel with 12 LED indicators
—Front USB and rear serial & Ethernet ports
—Multiple Protocols:
IEC 61850
IEC 61850 GOOSE
MODBUS TCP/IP, MODBUS RTU,
DNP 3.0, IEC 60870-5-104, IEC 60870-5-103
Enervista™ Software
—Enervista™ Software- an industry-leading suite of software tools
that simplifies every aspect of working with Multilin devices.
—Simplified motor setting configurator
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339 Motor Protection System
Intuitive protection and advanced communications for AC motors
Ordering
Base Unit
Language
Phase Currents*
339 Ground Currents*
Power Supply
Faceplate
339
339
E
**
**
**
E
S
N
*
**
D
*
E
P1
P5
G1
G5
L
H
E
S
339 Current Protection
N
M
P
339 Other Options
SN
1E
2E
Communications
3E
D
Case Design
Harsh Environment
N
H
Description
Base Unit
English
1A three phase current inputs
5A three phase current inputs
1A ground current input
5A ground current input
24 - 48 Vdc
110 - 250 V dc/110 - 230 Vac
Standard faceplate (LCD, full menu, actual values and setpoints) with 10 Inputs, 7 Outputs (2
Form A, 5 Form C)
Standard Configuration – 14, 37, 46, 48, 49, 50P(1), 50G(1), 50M, 50L, 66, 86, 50BF(1), 50N(1),
51G(1)
No Selection
Voltage Metering
Voltage Protection - 27P(2), 47(1), VTFF(1), 59P(2), 81O(2), 81U(2) , 59_2(1)
Standard :Front USB, Rear RS485 : Modbus RTU, DNP3.0, IEC 60870-5-103
Standard + Ethernet (Copper & Fiber - MTRJ) MODBUS TCP/IP, DNP3.0, IEC 60870-5-104
Standard + Ethernet (Copper & Fiber - MTRJ) MODBUS TCP/IP, DNP3.0, IEC 60870-5-104,
IEC 61850 GOOSE
Standard + Ethernet (Copper & Fiber - MTRJ) MODBUS TCP/IP, DNP3.0, IEC 60870-5-104,
IEC 61850
Draw-out
None
Harsh Environment Conformal Coating
Ordering Notes: 1) G1/G5 and S1/S5 must match corresponding P1/P5 - there cannot be 5A and 1A mixing
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269Plus Motor Protection System
Integrated protection and control for medium sized AC motors
Key Benefits
—Enhanced Thermal Model including current unbalance and
RTD biasing
—Temperature monitoring with programmable RTD inputs for
Stator, Bearing and Ambient temperature protection
—Reduce troubleshooting time and maintenance costs – motor
running and learned data, last trip data
—Simplify testing - Built in simulation features
—Cost Effective Access to information through standard RS485
serial ports using Modbus RTU
—Field upgradable settings and firmware
—Installation flexibility - Remote display and drawout case options
Applications
—Medium size motors
Features
Protection and Control
1
—Thermal model biased
with RTD and negative sequence
current feedback 2
3
—Stator winding & bearing
overtemperature
4
—Motor multiple starts
—8 standard overload curves
1
—User defined overload 2FlexCurve™
—Undercurrent for load loss
3
4
—Locked rotor
5
—Rapid trip/mechanical 6jam
—Unbalance/single phasing
7
8
—Short circuit
—Ground fault
—Phase reversal (meter option)
N
N
—Variable lock-out time
N
—Latched main trip relay, alarm relay
N
—2 auxiliary relays
N
N
—Emergency restart capability
N
—Pre-trip alarm warnings
Monitoring and Metering
—Current & Thermal Capacity metering
—Data Logger
—Learned & Statistical Data
—Optional voltage, power metering
N
1
1
1
1
Accessories for the 269Plus
Multinet™ Serial to Ethernet converter
Multinet-FE
Viewpoint Monitoring
VP-1
D485 Devicenet converter
D485-C
P485 Profibus converter
P485-C
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/269Plus to:
—View Guideform Specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a 269Plus online
Features (continued)
Inputs and Outputs
—12 RTDs, programmable
—5 factory programmed digital inputs
—4 output relays
—1 programmable analog output
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
269Plus into new or existing monitoring and control systems
Ordering
269Plus
269Plus
*
*
*
*
*
*
SV
D/O
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
100P
10C
100N
120N
HI
LO
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269Plus motor management relay™
Standard version
Drawout version
Phase CT 1
Ground CT (required for D/O only)
:5
2000:1
:5
:5
:1
2000:1
:1
:5
Relay fail safe code2 (required for D/O only)
Trip
Alarm
Aux1
Aux 2
FS
NFS
NFS
FS
NFS
FS
NFS
FS
FS
FS
NFS
FS
NFS
NFS
FS
FS
FS
NFS
FS
FS
NFS
FS
FS
FS
FS
FS
FS
FS
NFS
NFS
NFS
FS
Relay contact arrangement3 (required for D/O only)
Alarm
Aux1
Aux2
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.C.
N.O.
N.C.
N.O.
N.O.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.O.
N.O.
N.C.
N.O.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.O.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
100 Ohm platinum RTD
10 Ohm copper RTD
100 Ohm nickel RTD
120 Ohm nickel RTD
80 – 300 VDC/65 – 265 VAC control power
20 – 60 VDC/20 – 48 VAC control power
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239 Motor Protection System
Motor protection and management for small to medium size motors
Key Benefits
—Enhanced Motor Overload Protection with Thermal Modeling
—Simple configuration and system monitoring using EnerVista™
239 Setup software
—Reduced cost and commissioning time with Protection, Monitoring,
and Control in a single device
—Scalable protection with optional RTD inputs and advanced Motor
Protection elements
—Simplified testing and commissioning with built in simulation
features
—Field upgradable firmware and relay options
—Easy access to system and relay information using Modbus RTU
Applications
—Multiple groups of protection settings allows flexible protection
for flexible systems
—Small to Medium sized three phase AC induction and
synchronous motors
—Pumps, conveyors, compressors, fans, etc.
Features (continued)
User Interface
—40 Character backlit display for easy viewing of settings and
actual values
—6 Motor and relay status LED’s
—Multiple programming keys to allow easy access to system
values and relay settings
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
239 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
Features
Protection and Control
—Thermal Overload (15 selectable curves) - Trip and alarm,
immediate current overload alarm
—Phase short circuit
—Mechanical jam
—Thermal memory lockout
—Single-Phasing /Current unbalance
—Ground fault - trip and alarm
—Overtemperature: via thermistor or optional RTD inputs
—Undercurrent
—Breaker Failure
Ordering
—Trip/alarm/auxiliary/service outputs
—Multi-speed motor protection
239
* *
*
—Motor start supervision
239
Basic unit
Communications
RTD
3 RTDs: stator/bearing; programmable type: platinum, nickel, copper
—RS485 Serial Communications
AN
Single isolated, analog output: 0 – 1, 0 – 20, 4 – 20 mA
—Modbus RTU protocol
Programmable output parameters: thermal capacity, % full load,
Monitoring and Metering
phase current, RTD1, RTD2, RTD3 temperature
—Status/current/temperature display
H
Harsh enviornment conformal coating
—Fault diagnosis
Modifications
—Trending
MOD601:
240 VAC switch inputs – allows the use of external 240 VAC supply to power switch inputs
—Trip record, last 5
MOD602:
24 – 48 VDC switch inputs – allows the use of external 24 – 48 VDC supply to power switch inputs
—Process control
MOD603:
ESD relay – converts AUX 2 relay into an emergency shutdown relay
MOD605:
Removable rear terminals – allows terminals 13 – 58 to be unplugged from the 239
—Optional analog output
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/239 to:
—View Guideform Specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support
documents
—Buy an 239 online
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MOD613:
MOD614:
MOD615:
MOD616:
240 VAC VT input
VT primary setpoint up to 7200 V and variable overload curve setting
VT primary setpoint up to 7200 V and backspin timer
239 with remote display
Accessories for the 239
Viewpoint Monitoring
VP-1
50:0.025 Ground CT
HGF3
Multinet™ Serial to Ethernet converter
Multinet-FE
2.25” Shallow Mount Collar
1009-0068
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MM300™ Motor Management System
Integrated automation and protection for low voltage motors
Key Benefits
—Full-featured protection for low voltage AC motors
—Advanced automation capabilities for providing customized
protection and integrated process control
—Advanced FlexLogic™ reduces requirement for local PLCs
—Reduced installation space requirements through integration
of multiple devices including protection, control functions,
pushbuttons, status LEDs and communication interfaces
—Application flexibility with multiple I/O options and programmable
logic options (FlexLogic™)
—Enhanced troubleshooting tools including sequence of event
records and waveform capture
—Powerful communications including Serial, Ethernet, Profibus, and
DeviceNet protocols
—Small form factor and remote display options designed to fit in
MCC buckets
Applications
—Low Voltage three phase AC motors
—MCC or stand alone panel mount applications
—Reversing and Reduced Voltage applications
—Motor applications requiring advanced Automation or Control
such as conveyor systems or well recovery pumps
—IEC or NEMA class motors
Features
Protection and Control
—Enhanced Thermal Modeling
—Mechanical Jam / Stalled Rotor
—Undercurrent
—Underpower
—Acceleration Time
—Current Unbalance
—Ground Fault
—Sensitive Ground Fault
—Phase Overvoltage / Undervoltage
—Auxiliary Undervoltage
—Phase Reversal
—VT Fuse Failure
—Thermistor
—RTD Overtemperature
Automation
—Programmable FlexLogic™ option
—Starter Control
—Process Interlocks
—Programmable inputs and outputs
—Undervoltage Auto-restart
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering - current, voltage, power, energy, frequency,
RTD, Thermistor
—Oscillography – analog values at 32 samples/cycle and
digital states
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Features (continued)
—Event Recorder - Up to 256 time tagged events with
1ms resolution
—Advanced device health diagnostics
Communications
—Networking Interfaces - Two Wire RS485, RJ45 Ethernet
—Multiple Protocols (Modbus RTU , Modbus TCP/IP,
Profibus, Devicenet)
—Programming Ports - USB, RS485
—Network Time Protocol (when ordered with Ethernet)
User Interface
—Control panel with 12 status LEDs, Motor Control and
function keys
—Color HMI Display featuring a full color graphical display,
Motor and system status LEDs, USB programming port and
motor control keys.
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify
designing and testing procedures
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
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MM300™ Motor Management System
Integrated automation and protection for low voltage motors
Ordering
Base I/O
MM300
*
Control Panel
X
B
G
Language
*
*
*
*
*
*
Expansion
Module 1
*
*
Expansion
Module 2
*
*
E
C
Power Supply
Communication
H
S
D
P
Options
S
1
2
3
I/O Modules
X
X
X
X
B
G
C
D
G
C
D
G
C
D
C
D
A
C
Description
None
Basic Control Panel, no USB
Graphical Control Panel inc USB
English (Standard)
Chinese
High (60-300 vac/80-250vdc) (Standard)
RS485 Modbus RTU (Standard)
RS485 + DeviceNet Slave + 10/100 Modbus TCP
RS485 + Profibus DP Slave + 10/100 Modbus TCP
Standard Control and Event Recorder
+ Undervoltage Auto-restart
+ Waveform Capture, Data Logger
+ FlexLogic
None
3 Phase Current + Thermal O/L, Under Current, Single Phase Under Power
3 Phase Voltage Metering + 3 Phase Under Power, Under / Over Voltage, Phase reversal
3 x RTD : 100PT, 120NI, 100NI - max 2
2 x 10A Relay Form A and 6 x Digital Input 60-300ac/ (Standard) - max 5
4 x 10A Relay Form C - max 4
Accessories for the MM300
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-G1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring
VP-1
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/MM300™ to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications Notes and support documents
—Buy a MM300™ online
—View the MM300™ brochure
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MM2 Motor Protection System
Integrated process, control, and protection for low voltage motors
Key Benefits
—Full featured protection for low voltage AC motors
—Advanced automation capabilities providing customized
protection and integrated automation control
—Cost effective solution - Low cost modular design
—Small footprint and compact design - With or without display, fits
into standard MCC buckets
—Preconfigured logic for all standard motor starter types,
EnerVista™ compatible
—Integrated motor control pushbuttons
—Remote monitoring via serial communications, Modbus RTU
—Easy installation and integration - Panel mount option
—Reduced number of devices - Replaces bi-metal overload
elements, integrates timers, relays, meters, switches, indicators
Applications
—Motor protection and management system for low voltage
AC motors
—Specifically designed for Motor Control Center applications
Features
Protection and Control
—Motor Thermal Model
—Single phase / Current unbalance
—Contactor failure
—Locked/stalled rotor
—Ground fault
—Undervoltage, Overvoltage
—Overtemperature
—Acceleration Trip
—Thermistor Protection
—Starts per Hour / Time Between Starts
—Undercurrent and underpower
—Configurable motor start controller
—Undervoltage auto restart
Monitoring and Metering
—Motor operational parameters and historical data
—Process data
—Phase and ground current, power, energy, voltage
—Status of relay inputs
—Trip record and pre-trip values
—Motor statistical information
User Interface
—40 Character LCD display
—Front Panel control push buttons and programming keypad
—11 Motor and Relay Status LED’s
—RS485 ModBus , 1200 - 19,200 bps
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
MM2 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
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MM2 Motor Protection System
Integrated process, control, and protection for low voltage motors
Motor Protection
Standard
Protection and Control
Overload (49/51)
phase unbalance (46)
welded/open contactor
Inputs
4 Control
2 Programmable
Relays
Mounting Configurations
Contactor control (A)
Chassis mount
Option 1 Adds
Option 2 Adds
Undervoltage auto restart
diagnostics
Ground fault (50G/51G), rapid trip
locked/stalled rotor (48)
overtemperature thermistor (49)
undercurrent/underpower (37)
overvoltage (59)/undervoltage (27)
8 Programmable
2 Control
1 Analog
Thermistor input
Single-phase voltage input for kW and kWh
Auxiliary 1 and 2
Contactor control (B)
Chassis mount
Chassis mount
panel mount with display available when both options are ordered
Ordering
MM2
* * * *
MM2
PD
C
1
2
120
240
Basic unit
Panel mount with display *
Chassis mount (black box)
Option 1 Process control, 10 process inputs, undervoltage auto restart,
diagnostics
Option 2 Enhanced protection, power (kW), thermistor, 2nd contactor
control, and 2 process inputs
Control voltage 120 VAC
Control voltage 240 VAC
Note:*Only Available when both options are ordered.
Modifications
MOD601:
240 VAC switch inputs – allows the use of external 240 VAC supply to power switch inputs
MOD602:
24 – 48 VDC switch inputs – allows the use of external 24 – 48 VDC supply to
power switch inputs
MOD603:
ESD relay – converts AUX 2 relay into an emergency shutdown relay
MOD605:
Removable rear terminals – allows terminals 13 – 58 to be unplugged from the MM2
MOD610:
Conformal coating
MOD613:
240 VAC VT input
MOD614:
VT primary setpoint up to 7200 V and variable overload curve setting
MOD615:
VT primary setpoint up to 7200 V and backspin timer
MOD616:
MM2 with remote display
Accessories for the MM2
Viewpoint Monitoring
VP-1
50:0.025 Ground CT
HGF3
5 A Phase CT
1 A Phase CT
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/MM2 to:
—View Guideform Specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy an MM2 online
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SPM Synchronous Motor Protection System
Starting protection, synchronization and control for synchronous motors
Key Benefits
—Complete asset monitoring - Field Winding temperature and
statistical data
—Improve uptime of auxiliary equipment - Through I/O monitoring
—Access to information - RS485 Communications port and Modbus
RTU Protocol
Applications
—Starting, synchronizing and protection of collector-ring or
brushless-type synchronous motors
Features
Protection and Control
—Field application
—DC field current loss, exciter current loss, DC field voltage check
—PF regulation, reluctance torque synchronizing
—Protects motor during start up and in the event of
asynchronous operation
—Squirrel cage winding overheating protection
—Automatic phase rotation correction
—Auto-loading and incomplete sequence
—Regulator tuning mode
—True RMS metering with DFT filtering
—Optional power factor regulator with adjustable settings
—Power factor & pull out protection (Optional)
—Speed dependent squirrel cage overload protection
—Motor restart protection
Monitoring and Metering
—Motor power factor
—DC excitor amps and voltage
—AC Current
—Exciter field resistance
—Motor run time
—Record of trips
Features (continued)
User Interface
—40 Character backlit display for easy viewing of settings and
actual values
—Function keys allow programming of settings and viewing of
measured values
Communications
—RS485 Serial Communications
—Modbus RTU protocol
—Optional Ethernet communications using Multinet™ Serial to
Ethernet converter
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
SPM into new or existing monitoring and control systems
Ordering
SPM
*
*
SPM
PF
H
SPM: standard starting and protection relay
with VDN board
PF: power factor regulation option
used on motors with proportional SCR exciter.
(not recommended for brushless applications)
Harsh environment conformal coating
Accessories for the SPM
200A DCCT & Calibration Module
PG2SPM
400A DCCT & Calibration Module
PG4SPM
µSPM Retrofit Package
MPSPM
Viewpoint Monitoring
VP-1
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Visit www.GEMultilin.com/SPM to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy an SPM online
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Specialized Protection and Control
C60
page 22-111
Breaker Monitoring and Control for Substation Automation
The C60 Breaker Protection System provides a complete integrated package for the
protection, control, and monitoring of circuit breakers. The C60 supports multi-breaker
busbar configurations including breaker-and-ahalf and ring bus arrangements.
C30
page 22-113
Substation hardened programmable logic controller
The C30 Controller System is a programmable logic controller for performing substation
or bay automation that can also be used for expanding the I/O capability of protection
devices and replacing Sequence of Event (SOE) recorders. The C30 provides fast deterministic execution of programmable logic with I/O capabilities far above an average
protection relay
N60
page 22-115
Load shedding, remedial action and special protection schemes
The N60 Network Stability and Synchrophasor Measurement System is a flexible device
intended for the development of load shedding, remedial action, special protection
schemes and wide area monitoring and control
C70
page 22-117
Capacitor bank protection and control system
The C70 is an integrated protection, control, and monitoring device for shunt capacitor
banks. The C70 provides both the bank and system protection schemes for shunt
capacitor bank protection.
C90Plus
page 22-119
Automation Control System
The C90Plus is a powerful automation controller that eliminates the need for several
external devices, such as substation programmable logic controllers and disturbance
recorders. Highly customizable and scalable, C90Plus is designed for blackout and
emergency events in transmission and industrial power systems.
HardFiber
page 22-121
IEC 61850 Process Bus Solutions
The HardFiber System is a KEMA tested IEC 61850 Process Bus Solution that allows the
mapping of measurements made in the switchyard to protection relays located in the
control house using secure communications.
MIV II
page 22-123
Three-phase and ground voltage protection relay
The MIV II, a member of the M II Family of protection relays provides voltage and
frequency protection for a wide range of applications.
MIN II
page 22-124
Complete numerical ground directional protection
The MIN II, a member of the M II Family of protection relays provides directional
protection on distributed networks.
RRTD
page 22-125
Remote temperature monitoring of RTD ’s
The remote RTD Module provides additional RTD temperature metering capabilities for
the 369 Motor Protection System.
DDFR
page 22-126
Distributed Digital Fault Recorder
The DDFR™ is a Power System Fault Recorder that collects, archives and manages
Disturbance and Fault information that is recorded by microprocessor based protective
relays distributed throughout your local power system.
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Section 22
Protection & Control
C60 Breaker Protection System
Breaker Monitoring and Control for Substation and Industrial Automation
Key Benefits
—Complete breaker control, protection, monitoring and
integration in a single platform
—Advanced automation capabilities for providing customized
protection and control solutions
—Modular hardware architecture allows for flexibility in device
configurations to cover most breaker applications
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for simultaneous/ dedicated network connections with advanced 1 microsecond time synchronization via LAN with IEEE® 1588 support
—Reduced wiring through the use of high-speed peer-to-peer
communication for accepting trip and close commands from
other relays
—Embedded IEC® 61850 protocol with no external communications hardware required
—Simplified system integration with communications supporting
serial, Ethernet and multiple protocols
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 "PRP" support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to
industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius,
RBAC, Syslog)
—Robust network security enabling Critical Infrastructure
Protection through user command logging, and dual permission
access control
—Advanced fault and disturbance recording, including internal
relay operating signals thus eliminating the need for external
recording devices
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
Applications
—Stand-alone breaker monitoring and control
—Multiple breaker configuration control including breaker-and-ahalf and ring bus
—Automatic bus transfer scheme using a single device
—As part of a distributed bay controller
Features
Protection and Control
—Breaker failure
—Synchronism check
—Autoreclose and open pole detector
—Phase, neutral and auxiliary overvoltage
—Neutral and auxiliary overvoltage
—Thermal overload, phase, ground and neutral overcurrent
—Sensitive directional power
—Dual breaker control
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Features
Communication
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, IEC 60870-5-104, EGD, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between URs
for direct transfer trip and I/O extension applications
—Embedded managed Ethernet switch with four 100 Mbit fiber
optic ports and 2 copper ports
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering: current, voltage, power, energy, frequency
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—Fault Locator
—Setting for security audit trails for tracking changes to the C60
configuration
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device documents and software are up-to-date via EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
C60 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
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Section 22
Protection & Control
C60 Breaker Protection System
Breaker Monitoring and Control for Substation and Industrial Automation
Ordering
C60 - * ** - H * * - F** - H**- M** -P ** - U**- W**
C60 - * ** - V F * - F** - H**- M**
#**
C60
Base Unit
CPU
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
00
01
03
04
A0
B0
C0
D0
Software Options
(see note 1 below)
H
A
V
B
Mount
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
User Interface
H
H
L
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
RH
8L
8M
8N
8R
CT/VT DSP
8L
8M
8N
8R
81
XX
4A
4C
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
Transducer I/O
XX
4A
4C
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
XX
4A
4C
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
Ordering Note:
XX
4A
4C
4L
67
6C
6D
6E
6F
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
7A
7B
7C
7H
7I
7J
7S
7W
77
2B
For Full Sized Horizontal Mount
For Reduced Size Vertical Mount
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + Multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
Ethernet Global Data
IEC 61850
Ethernet Global Data
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry UR. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19" rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19" rack) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Vertical (3/4 size) - Standard
Vertical (3/4 size) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
125/250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC power supply
24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Standard 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Sensitive Ground 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
No module
4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
8 RTD Inputs
4 RTD Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 RTD Inputs
8 dcmA Inputs
820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 Channels
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 2 Channels
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
IEEE C37.94, 1300nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 channel
1. To view all the options available for C60, please visit GE’s On-Line Store at http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=C60
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis
Accessories for the C60
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
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Section 22
Protection & Control
C30 Controller System
Substation Hardened Programmable Logic Controller
Key Benefits
—Powerful and deterministic programmable logic suitable
for creating most customized automated substation
control solutions
—Modular hardware architecture allowing for flexibility in the I/O
configuration to support most bay management applications
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for
simultaneous/ dedicated network connections with
advanced 1 microsecond time synchronization via LAN with
IEEE® 1588 support
—Reduced bay or station wiring through the use of high-speed
peer-to-peer communication for sending and accepting control
commands from other relays
—Simplified system integration and access to information through
the use of multiple communication options and protocols not
found in industrial grade PLCs
—Embedded IEC® 61850 protocol
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to industry standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius, RBAC, Syslog)
—Robust network security enabling Critical Infrastructure Protection through user command logging, and dual permission
Features (continued)
access control
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Applications
Monitoring and Metering
—Bay control and substation automation
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
—Programmable logic control
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—UR I/O expansion
—Setting for security audit trails for tracking changes to the
—Sequence of Events (SOE) recorder replacement
C30 configuration
Features
EnerVista™ Software
Protection and Control
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify designing
—Programmable logic, timers, counters
and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Distributed logic, remote I/O expansion
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device docu—User-definable protection elements
ments and software are up-to-date via EnerVista Launchpad
—Up to 96 digital inputs and 64 digital outputs
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
—Transducer I/Os (RTD, DCmA)
C30 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
Communication
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, C37.94
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, IEC 60870-5-104, EGD, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between URs for
direct transfer trip and I/O extension applications
—Embedded managed Ethernet switch with four 100 Mbit fiber
optic ports and 2 copper ports
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Section 22
Protection & Control
C30 Controller System
Substation Hardened Programmable Logic Controller
Ordering
C30 - * ** - H * * - F** - H**- M** - P**- U**- W**
C30
CPU
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
00
01
03
04
A0
B0
C0
D0
Software Options
(see note 1 below)
H
A
V
B
Mount/Coating
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
User Interface
H
H
L
Power Supply
(see note 2 below)
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
RH
XX
4A
4B
4C
4D
4L
67
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6G
6H
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
Transducer I/O
81
XX
4A
4B
4C
4D
4L
67
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6G
6H
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
XX
4A
4B
4C
4D
4L
67
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6G
6H
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
XX
4A
4B
4C
4D
4L
67
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6G
6H
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
XX
4A
4B
4C
4D
4L
67
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6G
6H
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
Ordering Note:
XX
4A
4B
4C
4D
4L
67
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6G
6H
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
5C
5D
5E
5F
2A
2B
7A
7B
7C
7H
7I
7J
7R
7S
7T
7W
76
77
For Full Sized Horizontal Mount
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485
RS485 + Multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + Mutlimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
Ethernet Global Data
IEC 61850
Ethernet Global Data (EGD) + IEC 61850
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry UR. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19” rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19” rack) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Vertical (3/4 size) - Standard
Vertical (3/4 size) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125 / 250 V AC/DC
125/250 V AC/DC with redundant 125/250 V AC/DC power supply
24 - 48 V (DC only)
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
No module
4 Solid State (No Monitoring) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Voltage w/opt Current) MOSFET Outputs
4 Solid State (Current w/opt Voltage) MOSFET Outputs
16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
2 Form-A (Voltage w/ opt Current) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Voltage w/ opt Current) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-A (Voltage w/ opt Current) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Voltage w/ opt Current) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
8 RTD Inputs
4 RTD Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 RTD Inputs
8 dcmA Inputs
C37.94SM, 1300nm singlemode, ELED, 1 channel singlemode
C37.94SM, 1300nm singlemode, ELED, 2 channel singlemode
820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 Channels
G.703, 1 Channel
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 1 Channel
RS422, 2 Channels
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1. To view all the options available for C30, please visit GE’s On-Line Store at http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=C30
2. Redundant power supply only available in horizontal unit. If redundant is chosen, must be same type. Maximum 2 per chassis
Accessories for the C30
Accessories for the C30 (continued)
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
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Section 22
Protection & Control
N60 Network Stability and Synchrophasor Measurement
Synchrophasors, Load Shedding, Remedial Action, Special Protection Schemes
Key Benefits
—Scalable synchrophasor measurements with up to 4 PMUs per
IED, reducing synchrophasor cost by up to 75%
—Real-time access to remote analog data, providing for advanced
wide area applications and enhanced system security
—Exceeds the latest IEEE® C37.118 standard for PMU measurement
devices with a TVE of less than 1%, protection and metering class
synchrophasors and multi-cast IEC® 61850-90-5 support
—Uninterrupted synchrophasor measurements during fault and
disturbances, providing highly reliable capture of data for critical
control functions and post-mortem analysis
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for simultaneous/ dedicated network connections with 1 microsecond time
synchronization via LAN with IEEE 1588 support
—Simplified system integration with direct connection to JungleMUX SONET, TN1U SDH and TN1Ue SDH networks
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to industry
standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius, RBAC, Syslog)
—Complete IEC 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
Applications
—Decrease blackouts by identifying network instabilities and taking fast preventative action
—Increase utilization of existing investments by identifying power
transfer capability on existing lines
—Compliments existing protection and control by sharing power
and utilization information with existing systems to enhance
system security
—Facilitate contingency planning through continuous synchrophasor data collection and postmortem analysis
—Provides enhanced state estimation for SCADA to optimize
system-wide load shedding and remedial action schemes
—Mitigate system critical conditions such as power system dampening and loss of synchronism through the use of enhanced
automated control to reduce outages
Features
Protection and Control
—Underfrequency, overfrequency, and rate of change of
frequency (df/dt)
—Out-of-step tripping and power swing blocking
—Thermal overload and phase instantaneous overcurrent
—Synchrocheck
—Overvoltage, undervoltage
—FlexMath for performing automated network control for applications such as automatic load shedding, power balancing and
remedial action schemes
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Features (continued)
Communication
—Synchrophasor streaming over Ethernet with up to four PDCs
simultaneously and rates from 1 to 120 phasors/sec
—Direct I/O for exchange of binary and analog data with N60
located locally or remotely
—IEC 61850 enabled including 61850-90-5 support for
synchrophasor data exchange capabilities
—N60-to-N60 communications using direct fiber or through multiplexers using G.703, RS422, or C37.94 interfaces
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Synchrophasor recording: 12MB of memory with multiple
recording and triggering options, 46 configurable channels
—Metering: current, voltage, power, energy frequency
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—Setting for security audit trails for tracking changes to N60
configurations
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify designing and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device documents and software are up-to-date via EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
N60 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
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Section 22
Protection & Control
N60 Network Stability and Synchrophasor Measurement
Synchrophasors, Load Shedding, Remedial Action, Special Protection Schemes
Ordering
N60N60
Base Unit
CPU
*
**
H
*
*
F**
H**
M**
P**
U** W/X**
E
G
H
J
K
N
T
U
V
Software Options
(see note 1 below)
00
03
06
07
14
15
16
17
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mount
H
A
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
User Interface
Power Supply
CT/VT DSP
H
L
8L
8N
Required for PMU Option
Required for PMU Option
IEC 61850 Process Bus
Digital I/O
XX
67
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6L
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
4D
4L
5A
5C
5F
Transducer I/O
8L
8N
81
XX
67
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6L
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
4D
4L
5A
5C
5F
XX
67
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6L
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
4D
4L
5A
5C
5F
XX
67
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6L
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
4D
4L
5A
5C
5F
Inter-Relay Communications
XX
67
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6L
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
4D
4L
5A
5C
5F
7C
7H
7I
7J
7M
7R
7S
7T
7W
73
76
77
2A
2B
7V
XX
67
6A
6S
6C
6D
6E
6F
6L
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
4D
4L
5A
5C
5F
7C
7H
7I
7J
7M
7R
7S
7T
7W
73
76
77
2A
2B
7V
For Full Sized Horizontal Mount
Base Unit
RS485 & RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + Multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + Mutlimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
No Software Options
IEC 61850
1 Phasor Measurement Units (PMU)
1 Phasor Measurement Units (PMU) + IEC 61850
2 Phasor Measurement Units (PMU)
2 Phasor Measurement Units (PMU) + IEC 61850
4 Phasor Measurement Units (PMU)
4 Phasor Measurement Units (PMU) + IEC 61850
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19" rack) - Standard
Horizontal (19" rack) - Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125/250 V AC/DC
24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Standard 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
No Module
8 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs
2 Form-A (Voltage w/ opt Current) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Voltage w/ opt Current) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output, 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
16 Digital Inputs with Auto-Burnish
14 Form-A (No Monitoring) Latchable Outputs
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
8 RTD Inputs
8 RTD Inputs
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 1 channel
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, singlemode, ELED, 2 Channels
Channel 1 - RS422; Channel 2 - 1300 nm, multimode, LED
G.703, 1 Channel
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 1 Channel
RS422, 2 Channels, Single Clock
1550 nm, singlemode, LASER, 2 Channels
IEEE C37.94, 82 nm, multimode, LED, 1 Channel
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
C37.94SM, 1300 nm singlemode, ELED, 1 Channel singlemode
C37.94SM, 1300 nm singlemode, ELED, 2 Channel singlemode
RS422, 2 Channels, Dual ClockV
Ordering Notes: 1. To view all the options available for N60, please visit GE’s On-Line Store http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=N60
Accessories for the N60
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/N60 to:
—View guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a N60 online
—View the UR Family brochure
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Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection & Control
C70 Capacitor Bank Protection System
Capacitor Bank Protection & Control
Key Benefits
—Protect capacitor banks in a variety of configurations with sensitive current and voltage balance protection functions
—Adaptive compensation techniques truly compensate for the
inherent bank unbalance, providing sensitive protection
—Custom programmable logics for advanced shunt capacitor
bank controls
—Flexible automatic voltage regulation of shunt capacitor banks
along with control supervision
—Three independent fiber or copper Ethernet ports for
simultaneous/ dedicated network connections with 1
microsecond time synchronization via LAN with
IEEE® 1588 support
—Reduced relay-to-relay wiring and associated installation costs
through high-speed inter-relay communications
—Embedded IEC 61850® protocol
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC 62439-3 “PRP” support
—CyberSentry™ provides high-end cyber security aligned to industry
standards and services (NERC® CIP, AAA, Radius, RBAC, Syslog)
—Complete IEC® 61850 Process Bus solution provides resource
optimization and minimizes total P&C life cycle costs
Applications
—Protection, control, monitoring and automation of shunt capacitor banks at different voltage levels
—Suitable for protecting multiple capacitor banks
—Sensitive protection for grounded and ungrounded single and
parallel capacitor banks and banks with taps, for a variety of
capacitor bank configurations
—Capacitor bank-based automatic voltage regulator (AVR) and
capacitor control supervision
Features
Protection and Control
—Voltage differential protection and compensated bank neutral
voltage unbalance
—Phase current unbalance and neutral current unbalance protection, phase, ground and neutral overcurrent, thermal overload,
phase and negative sequence directional overcurrent, and
broken conductor
—Bank phase and negative sequence overvoltage
—User-programmable logics for custom schemes
—AVR for switching capacitor banks based on voltage, power
factor and reactive power
—Time and date function allowing capacitor bank switching,
based on time of day, week and seasons
—Capacitor control supervision block for processing commands
from SCADA, remote communication and local control through
front panel HMI
Communication
—Networking interfaces: up to three Ethernet ports 100Mb fiber or
copper, RS485, RS232, RS422, G.703, C37.94
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Features (continued)
—Multiple protocols: IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 and Modbus® serial/TCP,
IEEE 1588, IEC 60870-5-104, PRP
—Direct I/O: secure, high-speed exchange of data between
Universal Relays (URs) for direct transfer trip and I/O extension
applications
—Embedded managed Ethernet switch with four 100 Mbit fiber
optic ports and 2 copper ports
IEC 61850 Process Bus Interface
—Robust communications with up to 8 HardFiber Bricks
—Redundant architecture for dependability and security
Monitoring and Metering
—Metering: current, voltage, power, energy, frequency
—Advanced recording capabilities deliver a 1024 event recorder,
configurable and extended waveform capture and data logger
—Advanced relay health diagnostics
—Setting for security audit trails for tracking changes to the C70
configuration
EnerVista™ Software
—Graphical Logic Designer and Logic Monitor to simplify designing
and testing procedures via EnerVista UR Engineer
—Service and update notification toolset ensures device documents and software are up-to-date via EnerVista Launchpad
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
C70 into new or existing monitoring and control systems
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Section 22
Protection & Control
C70 Capacitor Bank Protection System
Capacitor Bank Protection & Control
Ordering
C70 - * - 00 Base Unit
CPU
*
*
* - F ** - H ** - M ** - P ** - U ** - W/X **
E
G
H
J
N
K
T
U
V
Software
Soft
ware Options
(See note below)
00
03
12
13
A0
B0
C0
D0
Mounting / Conformal Coating
H
A
User Inte
Interface
rface
K
L
M
N
Q
T
U
V
F
W
Y
Power Supply
Supply
Power
H
L
CT/VT DSP
CT/VT
8L
8N
8V
IEC 61850 P
Process
rocess Bus
Digital I/O
81
XX
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6G
6H
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
Transducer I/O
Inte
Inter-Relay
r-Relay Communications
8L
8N
8V
8L
8N
8V
5A
XX
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6G
6H
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
5A
XX
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6G
6H
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
XX
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6G
6H
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
XX
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6G
6H
6K
6L
6M
6N
6P
6R
6S
6T
6U
6V
2S
2T
5A
2S
2T
5A
7H
7I
7S
7W
Base Unit
RS485 + RS485 (IEC 61850 option not available)
RS485 + Multimode ST 10BaseF
RS485 + Mutlimode ST Redundant 10BaseF
RS485 + Multimode ST 100BaseFX
RS485 + 10/100 BaseT
RS485 + Multimode ST Redundant 100BaseFX
RS485 + three Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX. Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + two Multimode SFP LC 100BaseFX + one SFP RJ45 100BaseT.
Req FW v7xx or higher
RS485 + three SFP RJ45 100BaseT. Req FW v7xx or higher
None
IEC 61850
Enhanced Capacitor Bank Control (AVR, Capacitor Control Supervision, Time & Date)
Enhanced Capacitor Bank Control (AVR, Capacitor Control Supervision, Time & Date)
+ IEC 61850
CyberSentry UR Lvl 1. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
IEEE 1588. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
PRP
IEEE 1588 + CyberSentry. Req UR FW 7.xx or higher
Horizontal (19” rack) - Standard
Harsh Chemical Environment Option
Enhanced English Front Panel
Enhanced English Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced French Front Panel
Enhanced French Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Russian Front Panel
Enhanced Russian Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel
Enhanced Chinese Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
Vertical Front Panel with English display
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel
Enhanced Turkish Front Panel with User-Programmable Pushbuttons
125/250 V AC/DC
24 - 48 V (DC only)
Standard 4CT/4VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Standard 8CT w/ enhanced diagnostics
Standard 8VT w/ enhanced diagnostics
8 Port IEC 61850 Process Bus Module
No Module
2 Form-A (Voltage w/ opt Current) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Voltage w/ opt Current) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
8 Form-C Outputs
16 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
8 Fast Form-C Outputs
4 Form-A (Voltage w/ opt Current) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Voltage w/ opt Current) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-C & 4 Fast Form-C Outputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (Current w/ opt Voltage) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 2 Form-C Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (No Monitoring) & 4 Form-C Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
4 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
6 Form-A (No Monitoring) Outputs, 4 Digital Inputs
2 Form-A (Cur w/ opt Volt) 1 Form-C Output , 2 Latching Outputs, 8 Digital Inputs
High Power Supply 6-port managed Ethernet switch
Low Power Supply 6-port managed Ethernet switch
4 dcmA Inputs, 4 dcmA Outputs
820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
1300 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channels
G.703, 2 Channels
RS422, 2 Channels
IEEE C37.94, 820 nm, multimode, LED, 2 Channel
Ordering
O
rdering N
Note:
ote: To view all the options available for C70, please visit GE’s On-Line Store http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=C70
Accessories for the C70
UR Applications I Learning CD
TRCD-URA1-C-S-1
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-F1
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
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—View Guideform Specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a C70 online
—View the UR Family brochure
www.gedigitalenergy.com
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Relays and Meters
Section 22
Protection & Control
C90Plus Automation Control System
Key Benefits
—Powerful automation controller eliminates the need for separate
substation programmable logic controller
—High-end load shedding with multiple stages of frequency and
voltage retains system stability after disturbances
—Fast optimal load shedding executed within 20ms minimizes
process outages and costs associated with system downtime
—Intelligently sheds loads to maintain system/process integrity
—Highly customizable and scalable, integrating easily into most
industrial plants with new or existing EMS/SCADA
—Customizable annunciator panel capable of handling up to 288
alarms eliminates the need for a separate panel
—High-end fault and disturbance recording eliminates the need for
digital fault or disturbance recorders
—Synchronized phasor information according to IEEE® C37.118
standard for detection of system instability
—Increase network availability by reducing failover time to zero
through IEC® 62439-3 “PRP” support
—HMI with pre-configured and customizable displays including
real-time bay control, metering, fast load shed reports, equipment
status, fault and event recording
Applications
—Advanced bay control/monitoring (6 breakers and
30 disconnects)
—Fast, power-balance load shed
—Frequency and voltage load shed
—Substation alarm concentrator, annunciator, and controller
—Advanced automation schemes such as bus transfer
—Stand-alone breaker protection and monitoring
Features
Bay Protection & Control
—Dedicated automation controller with 4000 lines of logic
—Powerful math, control and boolean operators
—10 stages of under/over frequency protection for load shedding
—4 stages of rate-of-change-of frequency for load shedding
—6 stages of undervoltage elements for load shedding
—Dedicated protection logic at 1 msec execution rate
—Dedicated HMI for breaker and disconnect control
—Multi-breaker synchrocheck with single/three pole autoreclosing
—Dual breaker failure protection
—Direct and tele-protection elements using inter-relay
communications
Communication
—IEC61850, DNP3, Modbus® RTU, Modbus TCP/IP,
IEC 60870-5-104, PRP
—Three independently configurable IP’s with failover features
—Inter-relay communication based on standard protocols
—Front USB for maintenance and downloading of records
and events
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Features (continued)
Fast Load Shed
—Fast optimal load shedding executed within 20ms
—Intelligently sheds only necessary loads per customized priorities
—Highly customizable and scalable, integrating easily into most
industrial plants with new or existing EMS/SCADA
—Optional stand-alone system with local HMI for viewing dedicated system status and reports
—Suitable for small or large industrial systems without re-design
—Easy-to-use system where settings and priorities can be configured within seconds
Bay Monitoring and Metering
—CT and VT monitoring
—Metering: current , voltage, frequency, power, energy and
phasors as per IEEE C37.118
—Fault recorder: 256 samples/cycle, 30 sec of storage capacity
—Disturbance recorder: 1 sample/cycle, 5 min of storage capacity
—Event recorder: 8000 time-tagged events, with 0.5 ms scan of
digital inputs
—Comprehensive display of metering, phasors, maintenance and
fault information in the front panel
Ease-of-Use and Security
—Graphical protection and automation logic programming
—Real-time logic monitoring to simplify commissioning
and troubleshooting
—EnerVista™ Launchpad service and update notification toolset
keeps documents and software up-to-date
—EnerVista Integrator providing easy integration of data (SCADA or
DCS) into new or existing systems
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Section 22
Protection & Control
C90Plus Automation Control System
Ordering
Base Unit
Panel
FFront
ront P
anel
C90P
C90P
* E *
* ** *
*
* X H *
*
*
*
*
* ** *
X
A
B
C
D
E
F
X
A
B
C
D
E
F
X
A
B
C
D
E
F
X
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
H
Language
Protection
Protection
E
X
P
O
Automation
S
E
L
C
A
Communications
01
1
02
2
03
04
A2
A3
A4
Metering
D
S
P
L
U
S
D
Digital FFault
ault R
Recorder
ecorder
X
S
Equipment Manager
Ha
Harsh
rsh Envi
Environment
ronment Coating
X
C
P
Power
ower SSupply
upply
Inte
Inter-relay
r-relay Communications
H
X
B
C
D
X
A
Communications Module
I/O Module
AC
A
C Module
X
A
B
C
D
E
F
X
01
02
Description
Base Unit
Annunciator
Annunciator & HMI
English
None
Basic P
Protection
rotection and P
Protection
rotection FlexLogic
protection,
protection
Basic p
rotection, p
rotection FlexLogic, small-signal oscillation detection
B
Breaker
reaker Cont
Control
rol & SSynchrocheck
ynchrocheck
Breaker
Control,
Controller
B
reaker Cont
rol, SSynchrocheck,
ynchrocheck, & Automation Controller
Breaker
Control,
B
reaker Cont
rol, Synchrocheck,
Synchrocheck, Automation Controller,
Controller, & Load Shedding
FFast
ast load shedding (cont
(controller)
roller)
(aggregator)
FFast
ast load shedding (agg
regator)
ModBus TTCP/IP,
CP/IP, DNP 3.0 Serial, and Serial Modbus
ModBus TCP/IP
TCP/IP & IEC 61850
ModBus TTCP/IP,
CP/IP, IEC 61850, & DNP 3.0 TTCP/IP
CP/IP
ModBus TTCP/IP,
CP/IP, IEC 61850, & IEC 60870-5-104
ModBus TTCP/IP,
CP/IP, IEC 61850 & PRP
CP/IP & PRP
ModBus TTCP/IP,
CP/IP, IEC 61850, DNP 3.0 TTCP/IP
ModBus TTCP/IP,
CP/IP, IEC 61850, IEC 60870-5-104 & PRP
No A
AC
C metering; data logger for non-metering data
Basic Metering
Basic Metering & SSynchrophasors
ynchrophasors
Basic Metering & Data Logger
Basic Metering, Data Logge
ynchrophasors
Logger,r,, & SSynchrophasors
FFault
ault R
ecorder & Sequence of EEvents
vents
Recorder
ecorder
FFault
ault R
Recorder,
ecorder, Sequence of Events,
Recorder
Events, & Disturbance R
No equipment manager features
features
ry monitor
Circuit
breaker,
battery
Ci
rcuit b
reaker, communications statistics, and batte
None ((Standard)
Standard)
Harsh
Environment
Ha
rsh Envi
ronment Conformal Coating
(88-275VAC/80-300VDCI)
High (88-275
VAC/80-300VDCI)
Reserved
R
eserved
G.703, 64/128 kbps, ttwo
wo channels
RS422, 64/128 kbps, ttwo
wo channels, ttwo
wo clock inputs
850 nm, 64/128 kbps, ST multi-mode lase
laser,r, ttwo
wo channels with DDMI
None
Dual ST fiber and copper module
None
rent Monitoring
Voltage
Current
8 Inputs, 4 Form-A Outputs with V
oltage & Cur
rent Monitoring
Voltage
Current
8 Inputs, 4 Solid SState
tate Outputs with V
oltage & Cur
8 Inputs, 4 Form-A Outputs
4 Inputs, 8 Form-A Outputs
23 Inputs
12 Form-A Outputs
AC
No A
C module
VTT & 7 CT (5 Amp cur
current)
5V
rent)
VTT & 7 CT (1 Amp cur
current)
5V
rent)
Notes
Notes for Fast
Fast LLoad
oad Shedding:
anel: Can be either A or H (HMI is an option)
Front
Front P
Panel:
roller or Agg
regator
Automation:
Automation: C or A for Cont
Controller
Aggregator
Communication Module: Only option A a
vailable
available
A
C Module: X – none only option
AC
Accessories for the C90Plus
MultiLink Ethernet Switch
ML3K-F-HX-A-B-E-E-W-W-Y-Y-X-X-X
Viewpoint Engineer
VPE-1
Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM-1
Viewpoint Monitoring IEC 61850
VP-1-61850
350 Feeder Protection
350-E-P5-G5-H-E-S-N-M-3E-D-N
339 Motor Protection
339-E-P5-G5-H-E-S-N-M-3E-D-N
F35 Feeder Protection
F35-N03-VKH-F8L-H6P-MXX-PXX
F60 Feeder Protection
F60-N03-VKH-F8L-H6P-MXX-PXX
F650 Bay Controller
F650-B-F-B-F-1-G-0-HI-6E
G30 Generator Protection
G30-N03-VKH-F8L-H6P-M8L-PXX
G60 Generator Protection
G60-N03-VKH-F8L-H6P-M8L-PXX
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Section 22
Protection & Control
HardFiber
IEC 61850 Process Bus Solution
Key Benefits
—Save up to 50% in protection & control labor costs
—Eliminate majority of copper wiring to better utilize resources for the
design, building, commissioning and maintenance of power system
protection and control
—Robust and simple architecture for deploying IEC 61850
process bus
—Extremely rugged hardened switchyard interface is suitable for
harsh environments without requiring specialized enclosures
—Built as an extension of the Universal Relay (UR) family of
products, is available for a wide array of protection applications
ranging from generation, to transmission and distribution systems
—Completely secure against cyber security threats
—Improves employee safety by limiting the number of high-energy
signals in the control building
Applications
—Retrofit and greenfield installations for power generation, transmission and distribution systems
—Generator protection
—Transformer protection
—Transmission Line protection
—Bus protection
—Feeder protection
—Motor protection
—Capacitor bank protection
—Wide area network protection
—Distributed bay control
—Digital fault & sequence of event recording
—Substation automation
—Air-insulated and GIS stations
Features (continued)
—Rack-mounted Cross Connect Panels provide dedicated point-topoint passive connections between devices
—Rack-mounted Cross Connect Panels distribute DC power to
switchyard devices
Features
Protection and Control
—Supported by the Universal Relay UR family of products covering
most protection applications
—Dual-source architecture for maximum reliability
—Internally wetted contacts for binary status inputs
—High speed trip-rated solid state relay outputs
—Universal DC transducer inputs for RTDs, potentiometer, DC
voltage or DC milliamps
Communication
—IEC 61850 9-2 Sampled Values
—IEC 61850 8-1 GOOSE
—100 Base-BX bi-direction fiber optic Ethernet channels
Installation
—Copper interfaces using MIL-STD-38999 connectors designed to
prevent incorrect installation
—Rugged outdoor fiber optic cables delivered pre-terminated to
length and includes DC power wiring
—No configuration required in the switchyard
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Section 22
Protection & Control
HardFiber
IEC 61850 Process Bus Solution
Ordering
Brick
Brick
CT/VT Inputs
Cross Connect Panel
XPC
Fiber Cables
FOA
Cable Length
-
4
-
HI
-
****
CC55
CV50
CC11
Brick base unit, 4 digital cores, 125/250 VDC nominal power supply
5A/5A 8xCT Inputs
5A 4xCT & 4xVT Inputs
1A/1A 8xCT Inputs
-
16
-
HI
HardFiber Cross Connect Panel, 16 positions, 125/250 V DC Distribution
-
0000
-
M***
001
Outdoor Brick connection cable, four fiber optic cores plus copper DC supply
1 meter to 500 meters (3 feet to 1650 feet)
FOR
Cable Length
-
0000
-
M***
003
005
010
015
020
025
030
040
050
Indoor relay fiber cable, four fiber optic cores
-
0000
-
CUC
Cable Length
-
0000
-
CUD
CT/VT Inputs
-
****
CC55
CC50
CC11
CV10
-
M***
002
005
010
M***
002
005
010
M***
Contact Output Cable
2 meters (6 feet)
5 meters (16 feet)
10 meters (32 feet)
Contact & Transducer Input Cable
2 meters (6 feet)
5 meters (16 feet)
10 meters (32 feet)
AC Input Cable
5A/5A 8xCT Inputs
5A 4xCT & 4xVT inputs
1A/1A 8xCT Inputs
1A 4xCT & 4xVT Inputs
2 meters (6 feet)
5 meters (16 feet)
10 meters (32 feet)
20 meters (64 feet)
Brick Copper Cables
CUB
Cable Length
Cable Length
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005
010
020
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MIV II Directional Power Protection System
Numerical reverse, forward and low forward directional power and loss of field protection relay.
Key Benefits
—Reduce troubleshooting and maintenance cost - event recording,
and analogy/digital oscillography
—Design Flexibility - easy to use programming logic
—Access to information - Modbus® RTU communications
—Configurable logic, curves, digital I/Os, and LEDs
—Flash memory for field upgrades
—Two settings groups
—Password protection for local operation
—Automatic display of last fault information
—Three models available for voltage, frequency and combined
protection
—AC/DC power supply
—Access via front panel keypad or communication links
—EnerVista™ compatible
—Isolated RS232 port
Applications
—Voltage and/or frequency protection at any voltage in automatic
transfer systems, generators, motors, lines and busbars
Features
Protection and Control
—Three-phase over and undervoltage, ground overvoltage
—Voltage unbalance, over and underfrequency, with the following
options:
—Four independent time delay phase under/overvoltage elements
complete with two independent fixed time ground overvoltage
elements
—Four units of frequency protection
—Both voltage protection and two elements of frequency
protection
—Circuit Breaker control (open/close)
Ordering
—Configurable I/O
—6 outputs, four configurable, plus trip and alarm
MIVII * 0 * 0 * 00 * 0 0
Monitoring and Metering
MIVII
Functions
1
Voltage functions
—24-event record
2
Frequency functions
—Analog/digital oscillography - 24 cycles at 8 samples
3
Voltage and frequency functions
per cycle
0
Voltage range: 10-250 V (all models)
—Frequency and per-phase voltage
1
Voltage range: 2-60 V (only for MIVII 1000)
—Monitoring of the last 5 trips information from
E
Relay language: English
F
Relay language: French
the display
LO
Power Supply: 24-48 Vdc (Range: 19~58Vdc)
User Interfaces
HI
Power Supply: 110-250 Vdc (Range: 88~300Vdc)
—2x16 character LCD display
Power Supply: 100-230 Vdc (Range: 88~264Vac)
—6 LED indicators, 4 configurable in function and color
—Front RS232 and rear RS485 ports using
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—EnerVista™ software - an industry leading
—Download the instruction manual
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—Review applications notes and support documents
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MIN II Ground Protection System
Complete numerical ground directional protection
Key Benefits
—Reduce troubleshooting and maintenance cost - event recording,
and analogy/digital oscillography
—Design flexibility - Easy to use programming logic
—Access to information - Modbus RTU communications
—Configurable logic, curves, digital I/Os, and LEDs
—Follow technology evolution - Flash memory for product field
upgrade
—Asset monitoring - Breaker health, and breaker failure protection
—Two settings groups
—Password protection for local operation
—Automatic display of last fault information
—AC/DC power supply
—Access via front panel keypad or communication links
—EnerVista™ compatible
—Isolated RS232 port
Applications
—Directional ground protection at any voltage level
—Backup/auxiliary protection for line schemes
—Component relay for transformers, generators and motors
Features
Protection and Control
—2 ground IOC (high and low) units for grounded systems
—2 ground TOC (high and low) units for grounded systems
—2 directional units for grounded systems
—2 directional overcurrent units for Petersen Coil
—2 directional overcurrent units for isolated ground
—Directional comparison: scheme logic
—4 preconfigured overcurrent curves (ANSI or IEC)
—Configurable breaker failure protection
—Configurable I/O
—6 outputs: trip, service, 4 auxiliary
Ordering
Monitoring and Metering
—32-event record, analog/digital oscillography
MINII * * 0 * E 0 0 * 0 0 Description
—Ground current metering
N
Basic Model
—Monitoring of the last 5 trips information from
L
With logic for teleprotection schemes (see Note 1)
the display
A
ANSI Curves
User Interfaces
I
IEC Curves (see Note 2)
—2x16 character LCD display
Application
E
Grounded system (In = 1 or 5 A)
—6 LED indicators, 4 configurable in function
S
Isolated ground / Petersen Coil
and color
Power Supply:
—Front RS232 and rear RS485 ports using
LO
24-48 Vdc (Range: 19~58 Vdc)
™
ModBus RTU protocol up to 19,200 bps
HI
110-250 Vdc (Range: 88~300 Vdc)
110-240 Vac (Range: 88~264 Vac)
—EnerVista™ software - an industry leading suite
of software tools that simplifies every aspect of
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—Review applications notes and support documents
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RRTD Remote RTD Module
Remote monitoring of RTDs for metering and protection
The Remote RTD Module provides additional RTD temperature
metering capabilities for the GE Multilin™ 369 Motor Protection
System. The module can also operate as a stand-alone temperature
monitoring transducer and can provide overtemperature
protection (I/O).
Key Benefits
—Additional RTD temperature metering for the GE Multilin™ 369
—Designed for close mounting to motor (reduces wiring)
—Operates as stand-alone temperature monitoring transducer
—Provides overtemperature protection
—Monitors up to 12 RTDs
—Individually field programmable RTD inputs
—AC/DC universal power supply
Applications
—Stand alone RTD protection for all motors
—Connect to the 369 Motor protection System to provide Remote
RTD protection, as well as additional I/O
Features
Protection and Control
—RTD Overtemperature
Automation
—Programmable Inputs and Outputs
—Analog Outputs
Monitoring and Metering
—RTD Temperature
Communications
—Networking via RS485 Serial Ports
—Optional Fiber Optic Port
—Modbus RTU Protocol
—Optional Profibus
EnerVista™ Software
—State of the art software for configuration and commissioning
GE Multilin™ products
—Document and software archiving toolset to ensure reference
material and device utilities are up-to-date
—EnerVista™ Integrator providing easy integration of data in the
RRTD into new or existing monitoring and control systems
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RRTD * * * *
RRTD
HI
LO
IO
0
F
0
50 – 300 VDC/40 – 265 VAC
20 – 60 VDC/20 – 48 VAC
Optional input and output
No optional input and output
Optional fiber optic port
No optional fiber optic port
Note: The control power (HI or LO) must be specified with all orders.
Accessories for the RRTD
Viewpoint Monitoring
VP-1
Multinet™ Serial to Ethernet converter
MULTINET-FE
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DDFR™ Distributed Digital Fault Recorder
Utilizing the fault recording power you already possess
The GE Multilin™ DDFR™ is a Power System Fault Recorder that
collects, archives and manages Disturbance and Fault information
that is recorded by microprocessor based protective relays
distributed throughout your local power system.
Key Benefits
—Provides a permanent detailed record of all substation activity at
a fraction of the cost of installing traditional Digital Fault
Recorders (DFR)
—Eliminates up to one-third of substation wiring needed for
protection, metering and disturbance recording
—Allows for recording of Transfer Trip Signals, Block Signals and
other inter-substation messages that are sent via IEC61850
peer-to-peer messages and not recordable by traditional DFR’s
—Permits recording of internal protection relay operands and
calculations in Sequence of Events (SOE) and Fault records
—Meets requirements of international Fault Recording standards
when used with GE Multilin™’s Universal Relay family including
NERC, IEEE, ECAR, & NPCC
Applications
—Substation Distributed Digital Fault Recording
—Component in a larger enterprise wide fault and disturbance
recording system
Features
—Retrieves and Archives Transient Fault Records, Sequence of
Event Records, and Disturbance Records recorded in protection
relays distributed across the substation
—Automatically merges Events recorded in protection relays
distributed across the network into a single substation wide
Sequence of Event Record
—Stores months of fault and disturbance records internally,
facilitating local substation analysis
—Effortlessly archives recorded data to a permanent enterprise
network location or server for remote investigation and analysis
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DDFR Distributed Digital Fault Recorder
Specifications/Ordering
Meets Standard DFR Requirements
When used with advanced microprocessor based relays such as
the UR family, the DDFR System meets or exceeds requirements of
International Standards for Digital Fault Recording.
DDFR Recording Specifications when used with the UR Family
Sequence of Event Records (SOE)
Timestamp Resolution
Time Synchronization
Digital Input Quantity
Data Available
Transient Fault Recording
Sample Rate
Length of Record
Number of Analog Channels
Number of Digital Channels
Data Available
File Format
Trigger
Disturbance Record
Sample Rate
Length of Record
Number of Analog Channels
Data Available
File Format
0.5 ms Digital Inputs, 2.0 ms Protection Elements
IRIG-B, SNTP
96 x number of UR’s
Digital Input Status Changes, Protection Element
Status Changes, Automation Logic Status
Changes, Peer-to-Peer Communication
Messaging (IEC61850)
Ordering
DDFR
**
HI
LO
**
HI
LO
Description
120-230 VAC / 110-250 VDC
24-48 VDC
Redundant 120-230 VAC / 110-250 VDC
Redundant 24-48 VDC
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Up to 64 samples/cycle
Up to 2 sec. @ 64samples/cycle
24 x number of UR’s
64 x number of UR;s
V, I, Vrms, Irms, Hz, W, VA, vars, PF, Harmonics,
Symmetrical Components, Calculated Protection Quantities
(Diff/Rest Current etc.) Digital Status – Contact I/O, Remote
I/O, Virtual I/O, Protection Element Status
COMTRADE
Configurable
Up to 1 samples/cycle
Up to 120 seconds @ 1 samples/cycle with 8 Analog Channels
16 x number of UR’s
V, I, Vrms, Irms, Hz, W, VA, vars, PF, Harmonics, Symmetrical
Components, Calculated Protection Quantities
(Diff/Rest Current etc.)
COMTRADE
DDFR Recording Specifications when used with the SR Family
Sequence of Event Record (SOE)
Timestamp Resolution
Time Synchronization
Digital Input Quantity
Data Available
Transient Fault Recording
Sample Rate
Length of Record
Number of Analog Channels
Data Available
File Format
Trigger
Disturbance Record (750 Only)
Sample Rate
Length of Record
Number of Analog Channels
Data Available
File Format
Trigger
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IRIG-B
16 x # of SR750’s & SR745’s,
9 x # of SR469’s & SR489’s
Digital Input Status Changes
Protection Element Status Changes
16 samples/cycle SR750, SR469, SR 489,
64 samples/cycle SR745
2 sec. – SR750
1 sec. – SR469, SR489
250 ms – SR745
8 x number of SR relays
Voltage Phasors
Current Phasors
COMTRADE
Configurable
Up to 1 samples/cycle
Up to 34 sec. @ 1 samples/cycle
8 x number of SR750’s
V, I, Vrms, Irms, Hz, W, VA, vars, PF,
COMTRADE
Configurable
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Single Function Protection Relays
Overcurrent Relays
IFC Time Overcurrent Relay
Applications
—Feeder, AC machines and transformers
—Inverse time/current applications
Protection and Control
—Ground and phase time over and
undercurrent
—Overload motor protection
—IOC (optional)
Features
—Six inverse time/current operating curves
—Instantaneous current ranges
—Extended time current ranges
—Target seal-in units available
—Instantaneous units available
—High seismic capability
—Molded drawout case with clear cover
IAC Time Overcurrent Relay
Applications
—Feeder, AC machines and transformers
—Applications where operating time is
inverse to operating current
Protection and Control
—Ground and phase time over and
undercurrent
—Overload motor protection
—IOC (optional)
Features
—Six inverse time/current operating curves
—Target seal-in units available
—Instantaneous units available
—Drawout case
PJC Instantaneous Overcurrent Relay
Applications
—Feeder circuit overcurrent protection
—High-speed, non-directional AC/DC
current
Protection and Control
—Instantaneous over and undercurrent
Features
—Self-reset or manual-reset relays
—Mechanical target available
—Up to three independent units per case
—Molded or drawout case available
DIAC/DIFC/DSFC Single-Phase Digital Overcurrent Protection
Applications
—Industrial and utility power systems
—Feeders, transmission lines,
AC-machines, transformers
—Facilities with medium voltage
switchgear
—50 or 60 Hz
Protection and Control
—Phase or ground overcurrent
—Separate TOC and IOC protection
—Wide pickup setting ranges
—16 TOC curve characteristics
—RMS sensing
—Reset characteristic selection
—Manual trip levers
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—Pickup status LED
—TOC and IOC latched indicators
—Target reset
Features
—Three models: DIAC, DIFC, DSFC
—Direct/functional replacement of IAC, IFC,
SFC
—Self-powered
—Reduced maintenance costs
—Low burden
—Drawout case
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Single Function Protection Relays
Overcurrent Relays
CHC Instantaneous Overcurrent Relay
Application
—Three-phase and ground fault in circuit
breaker failure schemes
Features
—Electrically separate contacts available
—Drawout case
Protection and Control
—Three-phase and ground IOC
—Time delay operation
IFCV Relay with Voltage Restraint
Applications
—System fault backup protection
—Generator fault backup protection
Protection and Control
—TOC unit with voltage restraint
—IOC unit available
Features
—Inverse time-current operating curve
—Two electrically separate contacts
—Target seal-in unit
—Induction unit design
—Drawout case
SGC Negative Sequence Overcurrent
Application
—Generator negative sequence heating
protection
Protection and Control
—Negative sequence TOC
Ground Fault Relay
Application
—Protects electrical equipment from
ground faults when used with a matching
Sensor
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Features
—K setting selection from K = 2 to 40
—Reset function approximates machine
cooling
—Remote I2 readout meter available
—Alarm function available
—Electrically operated target seal-in
—Alarm level LED available
—Drawout case
Protection and Control
—Panel or door mount
—Adjustable time delay
—LED power or indicator
—Visual trip indicator
—Trip Currents 5 - 60 , 30 - 360 or
100 -1200 - A
—UL listed and CSA Approved
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Single Function Protection Relays
Synchronizing Relays
MLJ MID Digital Synchronism Check Relay
Applications
—Generator and network synchronism
—Bus or line synchronism check
—Manual closing of breakers
Protection and Control
—Synchronism check
—Undervoltage supervision
—DLDB, DLLB and LLDB indication
Features
—RS485, RS232 or fiber communications
available
—Configurable auxiliary outputs
—V f Hz line and bus metering
—Continuous or manual modes
—Part of a modular system
—Independent 2" or 4" modules
—1/4 or 1/8 standard 19" rack case
available
—Three-digit display
IJS Synchronism Check Relay
Application
—Bus or line synchronism check
Protection and Control
—Synchronism check
—Adjustable time delay
—Selectable phase calibration range
—Instantaneous bus and line undervoltage
—Time delay dead-line live-bus and/or
deadbus live-line check
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—Telephone type relay units available
— Mechanical targets available
—Drawout case
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Single Function Protection Relays
Voltage and Frequency Relays
TOV MID Modular Voltage Relay
Applications
—Automatic transfer equipment
—Automatic control systems
—Component for complex protection
schemes
Protection and Control
—Instantaneous over and undervoltage
—Time delay over and undervoltage
—Phase to ground fault detection in isolated neutral systems
—Third harmonic filter (single-phase)
Features
—Part of a modular system
—Independent 2" modules
—1/8 standard 19" rack cases available
—LED indicators and reset button
—Trip, auxiliary, and power supply alarm
IFV Time Delay Voltage Relay
Applications
—AC generators
—Ungrounded three-phase distribution
system
—Time delay pickup or dropout
Protection and Control
—Time delay overvoltage
—Ground detection on ungrounded
systems and equipment neutrals
—Instantaneous overvoltage available
Features
—Frequency compensation (optional)
—Target seal-in unit on all contacts
—Instantaneous, hinged armature type
units (optional)
—Drawout case
NBV Voltage Unbalance Relay
Applications
—Motor bus
—Detection of upstream blown fuse
Protection and Control
—TOC unit with voltage restraint
—IOC unit available
Protection and Control
—Three-phase voltage unbalance
Features
—Inverse time-current operating curve
—Two electrically separate contacts
—Target seal-in unit
—Induction unit design
—Drawout case
Applications
—System fault backup protection
—Generator fault backup protection
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Single Function Protection Relays
Voltage and Frequency Relays
ICR Phase Sequence and Undervoltage
Applications
—AC machine undervoltage detection
—Reverse phase sequence detection
—Open phase detection on starting
Features
—Target seal-in units available
—Drawout case
Protection and Control
—Undervoltage
—Phase sequence
—Open phase
—Time delay available
Phase Voltage Relay
Application
—Protection of 3 phase electrical
equipment
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—Protects against phase loss, low/high
voltage, phase reversal and voltage
unbalance
—Compact design
—Surface or Din rail mount
—UL Listed and CE Marked
—Door mounted adapter available
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Single Function Protection Relays
Differential Relays
BDD Percentage Differential with Harmonic Restraint
Application
—Current differential single-phase
Protection and Control
—High-speed percentage differential
—Phase and ground fault detection
—Current restraint circuits available
—Percent differential slope selection
Features
—No auxiliary CT’s are required
—Ratio matching taps
—Harmonic restraint prevents incorrect
tripping upon transformer energization
—Self-contained target indicator
—Inherently selective
—Drawout case
STD Percentage Differential with Harmonic Restraint
Applications
—Power and autotransformer protection
—Current differential single-phase (three
required per transformer)
Features
—Adjustable restraint slope
—Inherently selective
—Drawout case
Protection and Control
—High-speed percentage differential
—Harmonic restraint
—Hinged armature instantaneous unit
CFD High-Speed Differential Relay
Applications
—Generators, 2000 kVA and above
—Motors and synchronous condensers,
3000 hp (or kVA) and above
Protection and Control
—High-speed percent differential protection
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—Variable percentage slope operating
characteristic
—Product restraint principle
—Drawout case
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Single Function Protection Relays
Differential Relays
PVD Differential Voltage Relay
Key Values
—High security and reliability
—High speed protection
—Large installed base … over 60 years of
service experience
—Easy integration with timing relays for
breaker failure function
Applications
—Bus differential high z voltage
—Shunt reactor differential protection
—Transformer high z ground differential
Protection and Control
—High-speed, high z voltage sensing
—High-seismic IOC unit
—Breaker failure protection (with suitable
timing relay)
Features
—Replacement for earlier PVD models
—Thyrite stacks limit potential voltage
across relay
—Drawout case
IJD Percentage Differential Relay
Applications
—AC rotating machines (IJD52)
—Power transformers (IJD53)
Protection and Control
—Fixed slope percentage differential
Features
—Single and three-phase units available
—Various percentage slopes available
—Electrically operated target seal-in unit
—Restraint current matching taps (IJD53)
—Drawout case
SBD Differential Voltage Relay
Key Values
—High security and reliability
—High speed protection
—Large installed base … over 60 years of
service experience
—Easy integration with timing relays for
breaker failure function
—Sub-cycle protection
Applications
—Bus and feeder differential protection
—Shunt reactor differential protection
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Protection and Control
—Sensitive, high-speed differential
protection
—Phase and ground fault detection
(requires three relays)
—Breaker failure initiation when used with
a suitable timing relay
—High-impedance voltage measurement
with overcurrent supervision
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Single Function Protection Relays
Directional Relays
JBC/JBCG
Phase and Ground Direction Overcurrent Relays
Applications
—Directional phase fault protection (JBC)
—Directional ground fault protection (JBCG)
Protection and Control
—TOC
—IOC
—Voltage-restrained phase overcurrent
Features
—Mechanical targets
—Three inverse time/current
characteristics
—Drawout case
JBCV Directional Relays
Directional overcurrent protection of feeders and transmission lines
—JBCV relays consist of three units, an
instantaneous power-directional unit of
the induction-cup type, a TOC unit of the
induction-disk type, and an IOC unit of
the induction-cup type
Timing Relays
SAM Static Timing Relay
Applications
—Accurate and repeatable timing functions
—Distance relay timing
Protection and Control
—Accurate repeatable timing for contact
closure control
Features
—High-reliability solid-state components
—Single or dual timing units available
—Timing range of 0.10 to 9.99 sec
—Various output contact arrangements
available
—Front panel settings adjustment
—Flush mounting
—Drawout case
IAV Time Delay Voltage Relay
Applications
—AC Generators (including Hydro)
—Distribution feeder
—Time delay pickup or dropout
Features
—Frequency compensation (optional)
—Target seal-in unit (most units)
—Instantaneous units (optional
Protection and Control
—Generator overvoltage
—Feeder over and undervoltage
—Ground detection
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Single Function Protection Relays
Generator Relays
CEH Loss of Excitation Relay
Application
—Generators (all types)
Protection and Control
—Loss of excitation
—Impedance unit
—Second z unit with a timer available
Features
—High-speed tripping
—Drawout case
GGP Power Differential Relay
Applications
—Turbine-driven generators
—Prevent turbine damage
Protection and Control
—Three-phase reverse power
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Features
—Suitable for unbalanced loads
—Up to 30 second delay included
—Electrically separate main and
timing contacts
—Electrically operated target and
seal-in unit
—Drawout case
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Single Function Protection Relays
Breaker Relays
HGA 18 Reclosing Relays
Single-shot Reclosing Relays
—Single-shot reclosing relays for
distribution and transmission
Capacitor Trip Device
Applications
—Provide a power source in the event of a
loss of AC control voltage
—Switchgear and motor control
Features
—Six models available
—Capacitor is continuously charged when
control power is available
—Battery back - up is also available on
certain models
—Inputs 120/240 VAC 50/60 Hz
—UL Listed and CUL
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Single Function Auxiliary Relays
Multicontact Auxiliary Relays
HEA Multicontact Auxiliary Relay
Application
—Contact multiplication
Protection and Control
—Trip and/or block close breaker control
—Electrically separate outputs available
—Various shaft lengths available
HSA Multicontact Auxiliary Relay
Application
—Contact multiplication
Protection and Control
—Trip and/or block close circuit
breaker control
—Electrically separate contact outputs
—Universal target dropping
—Mechanical target
—High seismic capability
HFA Multicontact Auxiliary Relay
Application
—Contact multiplication
Protection and Control
—Standard, high-speed or variable time
tripping available
—Manual, self or electric reset available
—Electrically separate contact circuits
—Molded case with three mounting options
—Drawout case available
High-Speed Trip & Contact Relay
RDB86 High-Speed Trip and Lockout Relays
Applications
—Line breaker tripping and lockout
—Contact multiplication
—High-speed breaker circuits
—Transformer lockout
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Protection and Control
—Circuit opening and/or closing
—Auto-cut contacts
—Electrically separated contact circuits
—Electrically or manually operated
—Semi-flush mounted case
—Back connected
—Custom mounted cases available
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Single Function Auxiliary Relays
HAA Auxiliary or Annunciator Relay
Applications
—When a target is required
—When alarm or similar functions required
—Interposing relay in conjunction with
transformer SP relay
Protection and Control
—Auxiliary contacts and targeting
—Current operated units available
—High-speed DC voltage operated units
available
—Drawout case available
—Molded case with three mounting options
available
Application
—Contact Multiplication
Protection and Control
—Various pickup and dropout times available
—Telephone type unit
—Small molded case
—Front or back connections available
—Surge limiting available
NGA Auxiliary Relay
HMA Hinged Armature Auxiliary Relay
Application
—Contact multiplication
Protection and Control
—High-speed pickup
—Self-resetting
—Front or back connected
—Molded textolite case
HGA Hinged Armature Auxiliary Relay
Application
—Contact multiplication
Protection and Control
—Standard, low and variable time pickup
available
—AC undervoltage (low dropout)
—Molded case with four mounting options
—Drawout case available
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D400™ Advanced Substation Gateway
Key Benefits
—Direct support for industry standard communication protocols
(including IEC® 61850) helps ensure connectivity with new and
legacy substation devices and master stations —Record faults
and events with time stamp - identify and respond to PQ
events quickly
—Reduce configuration and maintenance effort using the intuitive
configuration interface with drop down menus, easy-to-use
workflows, pre-configured device maps, built-in HMI and built-in
substation automation applications
—Integrate the Multilin D400 Substation Gateway into NERC®
CIP compliant systems using the built-in advanced
security features
—Cost effective deployment of new and retrofit substation
automation projects with the compatible, proven technology of
the Multilin D20 Input/Output peripheral modules
—Improve operation processes allowing personnel to securely
access substation devices remotely
—Simplify event analysis and system planning with fast access to
non-operational data, such as fault records, sequence of events,
settings files, which is automatically collected and distributed by
the Multilin D400 for use by different groups within the utility
Applications
—Advanced gateway: substation data collection, concentration,
visualization and trending
—Advanced automation: implement custom substation logic and
procedures using IEC 61131 compliant tools
—Automate non-operational data management collecting files
from IEDs and distributing to user defined locations for archiving
and use by different user groups within the utility
—Cost effective deployment of new and retrofit substation
automation projects through compatibility of Multilin D400
Substation Gateways and Multilin D20 Input/Output peripheral
modules enabling users who have standardized on the D20 to
maintain and leverage existing designs, processes
and infrastructure
—Securely access substation devices locally and remotely
Features (continued)
Connectivity
—Multiple simultaneous SCADA protocols and firmware including
DNP3, Modbus, IEC 101 Server, IEC 103 Client, Calculator, and
System Point Manager
—Event notification via email/pager
—Automatic record retrieval application for archiving and transfer
of IED files (SOE, Fault Records)
—Support for up to 16 RS232/RS485 serial ports and up to 64
virtual serial ports
—Support for VLAN communications
Hardware
—Dual hot swappable power supplies
—RS485 2kV RMS rated ports
—Built-in Ethernet switch (10/100Base T or 100Base FX)
—Dual Ethernet controllers option
—Optional Multilin D.20™ RIO Distributed I/O Controller external
interface module for communication with D20 I/O modules
Features
Advanced Automation
—Built-in alarm annunciator
—Built-in one line diagrams editor
—IEC 61131 soft logic using Logiclinx™
—Analog/digital data logging with web-based viewer and .CSV
file export
Security
—Centralized user authentication (RADIUS®, TACACS+®)
—Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
—Full auditing including syslog
—Secure access using SSH/SCP/HTTPS
—Secure web server (128 bit encryption)
—Built-in firewall
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Substation Gateways and RTU
D400™ Advanced Substation Gateway
Ordering
D400
CPU
*
A
B
F
G
H
J
K
L
Power Supply
Power Supply
(Redundant)
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
U
U
U
U
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
-
*
*
*
U
U
U
U
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
*
-
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
A
B
U
A
B
Serial
Communications
IRIG-B Input Card
D400 RS-232 IO Assy
D400 RS-485 IO Assy
D400 Glass Fiber Optic IO Assy
D400 Plastic Fiber Optic IO Assy
IRIG-B INPUT CARD
NONE
IRIG-B Distribution Card
NONE
ETHERNET 4 PORT 10/100 MB TP SWITCH
ETHERNET FIBER OPTIC (HOT STANDBY) 2 PORT 10BaseFL/100Base-SX
D400 100BASE-FX HOT STANDBY ETHERNET
ETHERNET REDUNDANT 10/100 MB TP
NONE
A
U
IRIG-B Distribution Card
B
U
First Network Slot
1
2
5
4
Second Network
Slot
U
1
2
5
3
USB KVM, Audio
U
A
D400 Local HMI
(one-line viewer
D400 IEC 61850
U
A
U
A
D400 LOGICLINX
Executor License
D400 Utilities
U
A
U
1
2
3
4
5
Automatic Record Retrieval Manager License
ETHERNET 4 PORT 10/100 MB TP SWITCH
ETHERNET FIBER OPTIC (HOT STANDBY) 2 PORT 10/100 BASE-SX
D400 100BASE-FX HOT STANDBY ETHERNET
COM2 PORT (REQUIRES EXTERNAL MODEM)
NONE
USB KVM & Audio Card
NONE
Local HMI (Basic)
NONE
IEC 61850 Client Application
NONE
D400 LogicLinx™ Executor License
NONE
D400 Utilities CD
No FDIR Option
FDIR Option - support 2 Sections, and 10 controllers
FDIR Option - support 4 Sections, and 20 controllers
FDIR Option - support 7 Sections, and 35 controllers
FDIR Option - support 10 Sections, and 50 controllers
FDIR Option - support 20 Sections, and 100 controllers
Not Required
Automated Record Retrieval Manager License
®
U
A
FDIR Option
Description
650 MHz CPU, 512 MB RAM, SINGLE ETHERNET
650 MHz CPU, 512 MB RAM, DUAL REDUNDANT ETHERNET
1.0 GHz CPU, 1.0 GB DDR RAM, SINGLE ETHERNET
1.0 GHz CPU, 1.0 GB DDR RAM, DUAL REDUNDANT ETHERNET
1.0 GHz CPU, 1.0 GB DDR RAM, SINGLE ETHERNET, 1GB CF
1.0 GHz CPU, 1.0 GB DDR RAM, DUAL REDUNDANT ETHERNET, 1GB CG
1.0 GHz CPU, 1.0 GB DDR RAM, SINGLE ETHERNET , 16GB CF
1.0 GHz CPU, 1.0 GB DDR RAM, DUAL REDUNDANT ETHERNET, 16GB CF
100-240 VAC (47-63 Hz), 100-300 VDC (± 10%)
20-55 VDC (± 10%)
NONE
100-240 VAC (47-63 Hz), 100-300 VDC (± 10%)
20-55 VDC (± 10%)
NONE
U
A
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Accessories for the D400
Compact Flash Card 2GB
160-0119
D400 Touch Screen/Keyboard/Mouse Kit
501-0912
Switch Control, External HMI
540-0255
D400 Dual Ethernet Upgrade Kit
501-0612
D.20 RIO unit with 100-240VAC / 110-290VDC
Output 24 VDC Power Supply
DPDA000029
D.20 RIO unit with 85-264 VAC / 90-350VDC
Output 48 VDC Power Supply
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DPDA000030
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Substation Gateways and RTU
D20MX™ Substation Controller
Key Benefits
—Reduce legacy D20 RTUs upgrade cost by over 50% through
backwards compatibility with earlier versions of the Multilin D20
Substation Controllers and D20 peripheral modules
—Minimize operation and maintenance cost by leveraging existing
D20 based designs, processes and infrastructure
—Comply with NERC-CIP® requirements through native cyber
security features built into the D20MX Substation Controller
—Simplify implementation and operation of NERC-CIP architectures with open standard cyber security features
Applications
—Integrate D20 Substation Controllers into NERC-CIP environments using built in cyber security features
—Automate data acquisition and control remote electrical substations with key industrial protocols such as DNP3
—Dual and Single IP redundancy
—Concurrent communications with multiple masters and
substation devices though built in dual Ethernet controllers and
RS232 serial ports
—Robust advanced automation applications based on over two
decades of experience
Features
Cost Effective Upgrade of Legacy D20 RTUs
—Backwards compatible with earlier vintages of D20 RTU chassis
including VME and non VME versions
—Built in dual D.20 communication channels for interface with the
popular series of Multilin D20 peripheral devices
—Simplified migration of key D20 applications such as DNP3
Advanced Automation
—Supports multiple, simultaneous SCADA protocols for communications to multiple masters
—Built in dual Ethernet communication ports that can support
multiple protocols simultaneously
—Robust advanced automation applications based on over two
decades of experience
Advanced Cyber Security and Risk Management
—Centralized user authentication (RADIUS)
—Role Based Access Control (RBAC) keeping operator and
engineering activities separated, logged and simple
—NERC compliant passwords, case sensitive and encrypted
—Full auditing including Syslog integration to enterprise systems
—SSH and SFTP for secure firmware and configuration file transfer
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Substation Gateways and RTU
D20MX™ Substation Controller
Ordering
D20MX
*
CPU Options
A
C
G
X
X
* * * * * *
U
A
B
C
D
Power Supply
U
A
C
D
E
F
Modem Slots
U
A
C
U
A
C
A
B
C
Serial Termination Panel
Firmware Options
Description
D20MX non-VME, dual 10/100/1000BASE-TX Ethernet Ports (front access)
D20MX non-VME dual 100BASE-FX Ethernet Ports (front access)
D20MX non-VME, dual 100BASE-FX Ethernet Ports (rear access)
Not required
20-60VDC Input, 24V ISO Output
20-60VDC Input, 48V ISO Output
100-300VDC/85-264VAC Input, 24V ISO Output
100-300VDC/85-264VAC Input, 48V ISO Output
Empty slot with cover plate
Wesdac D20 202 bin modem
Telenetics 14400 baud modem 2-wire dial up
Telenetics 14400 baud modem 4-wire leased line
D20MX dual 100BASE-FX ST Media Interface Card
D20MX dual 100 BASE-FX LC Media Interface Card
19" Rack Mount Serial IO Westerm Panel
D20 Chassis Mounted Serial IO Westerm Panel
D20 Chassis Mounted Serial IO Westerm Panel w/Extended Bracket
A D20MX firmware v1.00, B021(v988) / B009(v400)
B D20MX firmware v1.00 - B021(v912) / B009(v310)
D20MX Upgrade Kits
Three D20 MX upgrade kits are available:
Part Number
Description
D20MX-N-SET-F-XX-X
D20MX-N-SEF-F-XX-X
D20MX-N-SEF-R-XX-X
D20MX CPU, 2 x 10/100/1000 Base TX Front Access ports (RJ45)
D20MX CPU, 2 x 100 Base FX Front access ports (ST Connectors)
D20MX CPU, 2 x 100 Base FX Rear Access ports (ST Connectors)
Upgrade kits include the necessary items required to upgrade existing D20 RTUs including:
~ New D20MX CPU
~ Blank Plates
~ Multilin Products Documentation CD
~ Multilin D20MX Documentation CD
~ Multilin SGConfig Setup Software DVD
~ Ferrite Core for D20 Power Wiring
~ 0V Cable
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D.20™ RIO Distributed I/O Controller
Key Benefits
—Reduced copper wiring between I/O modules and substation
controllers by adding I/O near the monitored device and communicating to the Multilin D400 over the substation LAN
—Easy installation of the small form factor D.20 RIO into existing
control panels
—Cost effective deployment of new and retrofit substation
automation projects through compatibility of Multilin D400
Substation Gateways and Multilin D20 Input / Output
peripheral modules
Applications
—The D20 module interface enables users to maintain and
leverage existing engineering designs, processes and
automation infrastructure
—Simplify implementation of distributed substation automation
architectures by installing I/O where it’s needed and reducing
copper wiring between I/O and substation controller
Features
Ease of Use
—No special configuration tools are required, the device is
connected via Ethernet using a standard web browser
—The Multilin D400 automatically detects the D.20 RIO and
establishes communications with the D20 modules
—Intuitive user interface integrates the D20 I/O modules
within minutes
—Compatible with v3.X series of the D20 I/O PCommon code
—No Substation LAN? No problem. Connect the D.20 RIO to the
built in D400 Ethernet switch
Hardware
—Product supplied with accessories for multiple mounting options
(19” rack, DIN Rail, panel mount)
—Support for dual D.20 communication links
—Jumper configurable option for internal or external wetting of
D20 peripherals
Ordering
DPDA000029:
Multilin D.20 RIO, Power Input: 85 to 264 VAC,
45 to 65 Hz., or 90 to 350 VDC. Output: 24 VDC / 3.5 A
DPDA000030:
Multilin D.20 RIO, Power Input: 85 to 264 VAC,
45 to 65 Hz., or 90 to 350 VDC. Output: 48 VDC / 5.0 A
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Substation Gateways and RTU
D25 Multifunction Bay Controller/RTU
Flexible, Reliable Substation Automation & Control
Key Benefits
—Flexible IEC 61850 Server provides easy integration of
substation automation systems without the need to replace any
existing equipment
—Advanced IEC 61131-3 compliant PLC logic engine eliminates
the need for additional PLCs or other automation devices
—Support for industry standard SCADA protocols ensures easy
integration into new or existing systems, reducing engineering
time & costs
—Easy-to-use front touch-screen HMI eliminates the need for
additional local bay control units
—Advanced Power quality monitoring and digital fault recording
capabilities eliminate the need for separate devices
—Manages and preserves all event and original I/O time tags for
reliable sequence of events recording
—Redundant I/O monitoring and management for bay control,
reduces the number of I/O required by master stations
—Advanced transformer monitoring and control ensures
optimized loading and extended equipment life
—Embedded high-current control eliminates the need for
separate interposing relay panels
Applications
—Communications and data concentrator
—Advanced automation controller
—Metering, sequence of events & fault recording device
—Transformer monitoring and controller
Features
Advanced Automation & Control
—Synchronism check
—Dynamic bus switching
—Auto-restoration schemes
—Load shedding schemes
—PLC logic programming (LogicLinx™)
—AC analog alarming
Communications
—Local Remote Unit (LRU) allowing for multiple masters and
slaves communicating multiple SCADA protocols
—Protocol conversion from legacy to modern industry standard
—Redundant Ethernet, fiber, or copper communications
—RS232/RS485 with up to 4 software configurable channels
—IEC 61850 Server
—GOOSE/GSSE messaging
Metering & Recording
—Advanced digital fault recording
—1ms time tag preservation
—Harmonic spectrum up to 21st harmonic
—Power quality monitoring including sags and swells
—Graphical, touch-screen HMI with alarms and one-line diagrams
—AC profiling of all inputs
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Transformer Monitoring and Control
—Cooling control module
—Cooling efficiency model
—Moisture model
—Dynamic loading model
—Winding hot spot analysis model
—Insulation aging model
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D25 Multifunction Bay Controller/RTU
Flexible, Reliable Substation Automation & Control
Ordering
D25
Front Panel
-
* * * *
5
6
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
U
3
4
5
Power Supply
Communications
-
*
*
*
*
U
1
2
3
4
5
6
U
1
2
3
4
5
6
U
1
2
3
4
5
6
-
*
*
*
*
U
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
U
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
U
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
-
*
*
U
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
U
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
*
*
-
*
6
U
2
4
8
A
X
R
S
T
O
5
H
V
W
L
M
1
J
Y
G
6
F
DC Input
9
S
Control Output*
Status Boards (1,2,3)
U
3
Memory Expansion
3 Analog Inputs (Groups 1 - 5)
U
1
2
Digital Signal Processor
U
B
Boot ROM*
U
1
IEC 61850
Description
No Display
LCD Display
Graphics Display Panel
Multi-Language Graphics Display Panel
60-150 VDC, 120 VAC, 24 V Field output
250 VDC, 220 VAC, 24 V Field output
20-60 VDC, 48 V Field output
60-150 VDC, 120 VAC, 48 V Field output
250 VDC, 220 VAC, 48 V Field output
NONE
D25 10BASE-FL XCOM CARD (Two Fiber Optic Redundant Ports)
10BASE-T XCOM Card (Two Copper Redundant Ports)
Serial XCOM Card STD (Two extra RS232/485 ports)
D25 100FX and 10/100TX XCOM Card, Two multimode ST Fiber Optic Ports and Two
RJ45 Ports
None
DC Analog Input 16 Channels, +/-5V Input
DC Analog Input 16 Channels, +/-1MA Input
DC Analog Input 16 Channels, +/-10MA Input
DC Analog Input 16 Channels, +/-20MA Input
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with no Socketed Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed 1MA/1V I/P Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed 1.2MA/1V I/P Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed 1.5MA/1V I/P Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed 2MA/1V I/P Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed 20MA/1V I/P Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed 5MA/1V I/P Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed 1MA/5V I/P Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed 1.1MA/5V I/P Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed 1.25MA/5V I/P Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed 1.5MA/5V I/P Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed 2MA/5V I/P Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed 2.5MA/5V I/P Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed 12.8MA/5V Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed 20MA/5V I/P Analog Adaptors
DC Analog Input 16 Channels with Socketed I/P VOLTAGE Analog Adaptors
DC ANALOG INPUT 16 CHANNELS, Analog Adaptors, I/P 10V
KE: 32 T/C OR 16 R/L FACE-40
High Current KE 32 T/C w 8 SEAL-IN FACE 40
None
32-Channel, 12 V Wetting
32-Channel, 24 V Wetting
32-Channel, 48 V Wetting
32-Channel, 120 V Wetting
32-Channel, 250 V Wetting
32-Channel, 24 V Wetting 10MA Current
None
D25 MEMX 20MB Card
None
5A CT
1A CT
120 V PT
110 V PT
69.3 V PT
63.5 V PT
220 V PT
5A CT, High Precision Current Inputs
1A CT, 42XLN (FLUXBUSTER), CE MARK
5A CT, 42XLN (FLUXBUSTER), CE MARK
NONE
Dual DSP-50 (Compatible with Generation 4 of Firmware)
D25 AIF DSP II Card (Compatible with Generation 3 of Firmware)
None
Factory Selected D25G4 BOOTROM
IEC-61850 Not Enabled
IEC-61850 Enabled
Ordering Note:
*Additional ordering options available online
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Accessories for the D25
ML2400 Managed Ethernet Switch
ML2400-F-HI-HI-A2-A2-A6-G1
Westmaint Cables
977-0300/96
D25 Wire Support Kit
953-4029
GDP 512K Multi-language editor
588-0072
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Section 22
Metering
Digital Metering Family—Electronic Power Metering
Energy/demand data logging meters
Key Benefits
—Complete line of high-performance meters for power, energy
and power quality for commercial, utilities, municipals, and IPP
applications
—Record faults and events with time stamp - identify and respond
to PQ events quickly
—Monitor reliability of breakers and relays to improve operational
efficiencies
—Identify and manage peak demand - shed or shift loads
—Enhance levels of communication and data transmission
—Provide real time data on the web
—Built-in RTU functionality with I/Os
—Submetering cost allocation
Applications
—View energy usage and generate bills
—Efficiently control and manage energy consumption
—Increase power distribution reliability
—Real-time PQ monitoring and analysis
—Improve substation automation solutions
Features
Monitoring and Metering
—Current, voltage, real and reactive power, energy use, cost of
power, power factor and frequency
—Revenue class metering with data logging
—Harmonic analysis to 255th order with flicker and waveform
recording
Control
—Fully programmable set-points for alarms and relay activation
—90msec. high-speed updates for control
—Built-in PLC & RTU functionality
Communications
—On-board RS-485, Ethernet TCP/IP and web capability
—Built-in communication ports using open architecture protocols
—Choice of LED and LCD touch screen display
—Analog and digital inputs and outputs
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Metering
Digital Metering Family
Selection Guide
Features
EPM 2200 EPM 6000 EPM 6010
PQMII
EPM 7000 EPM 9450
EPM 9650
EPM 9800 EPM 9900
Energy & Measurement Accuracy
Active Energy Measurement Accuracy
Energy Accuracy Meets
or Exceeds ANSI Class
0.5%
C12.20
Class 0.5
0.2%
C12.20
Class 0.2
0.2%
C12.20
Class 0.2
0.40%
0.20%
C12.20
Class 0.2
0.04%
C12.20
Class 0.2
0.04%
C12.20
Class 0.2
0.06%
C12.20
Class 0.2
0.06%
C12.20
Class 0.2
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Voltage, Current, Frequency,
Power Factor
Power (kW, kVAR, kVA)
Bi-Directional Power
Energy (kWh, kVARh, kVAh)
Demand
Demand-Time-of-Use Support
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Power Quality
Harmonics - THD
Sags & Swells
Harmonics-Spectrum Analysis
Crest-Factor
Subcycle Transient Detection
K-Factor
EN50160 Flicker & Compliance
EN61000-4-30 Class A Reporting
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Data Logging
History Logs
Event Logs
Maximum Logging Memory
Event-Driven Waveform Capture
Maximum Waveform Capture Rate
Samples/Cycle
Time Synchronization via IRIG-B
Transient Recorder Samples/Cycle
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KYZ Pulse Output
Alarm Annunciation via Relay
Analog Input (Max)
Analog Output (Max)
Digital Input (Max)
Digital Output (Max)
Control Relay (Max)
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Communications and Protocols
RS-485 / Modbus RTU
Front Communication Port
Ethernet Port / Modbus TCP
DNP 3.0
Embedded Web Server
BACnet/IP
Modem
Modbus Master Capability
Color Touch Screen Display
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Metering
PQM II Power Quality Meter
Continuous metering of three-phase systems
Key Benefits
—Power quality metering with waveform capture and historical
data logging
—Easy to program and use with keypad and large illuminated 40
character display
—Multiple communication ports for integration with DCS and
SCADA systems
—Supports DNP 3.0 and Modbus protocols
—Digital and analog I/Os for control and alarms
—Voltage disturbance recording capability for electrical sag and
swell events.
Applications
—Metering of distribution feeders, transformers, generators,
capacitor banks and motors
—Medium and low voltage systems
—Commercial, industrial, utility
—Flexible control for demand load shedding, power factor, etc.
Features
Monitoring and Metering
—Ia Ib Ic In
—Va Vb Vc Vab Vbc Vca
—V I unbalance
—True PF crest and K factor
—Hz W var VA
—Wh varh VAh W cost
—Demand: A W var VA
—Harmonic analysis through 63rd with THD and TIF
—Event recorder - 150 events
—Waveform capture
—Data logger -98,000 events
—Voltage Disturbance Recorder (VDR) -500 events
D
Accessories for the PQM II
Ordering
PQM II
*
*
*
PQM I I
T20
T1
C
A
Description
Basic unit with display, all current/voltage/power measurements,
1-RS485 comm port, 1 RS232 comm port
Transducer option; 4 isolated analog outputs 0 – 20 mA and 4 – 20 mA,
assignable to all measured parameters, 4 – 20 mA analog input, 2nd RS485
comm port
Transducer option; 4 isolated analog outputs 0 – 1 mA, assignable to all
measured parameters, 4 – 20 mA analog input, 2nd RS485 comm port
Control option; 3 additional programmable output relays (total of 4),
4-programmable switch inputs
Power analysis option; harmonic analysis, triggered trace memory
waveform capture, event record, data logger, voltage disturbance recorder
(VDR)
Modifications:
Control Power:
MOD 501:
90 – 300 VDC/70 – 265 VAC standard
20 – 60 VDC/20 – 48 VAC (MOD 501)
MOD 502:
MOD 504:
MOD 507:
*
Features (continued)
Communications
T
—Front RS232 serial port (1,200 to 19,200 bps)
—Two rear RS485 serial ports with ModBus and DNP 3.0 protocol
T
—Ethernet connectivity provided by MultiNet™
—EnerVista™ software is provided for setupCand monitoring
functions
C
—External dial-in modem capabilities
Protection and Control
—Load shedding
—Power factor control
—Pulse input totalizing
20 – 60 VDC/20 – 48 VAC
control power
Tropicalization
Removable terminal blocks
-40 to +60° C temperature operation
Multilink Ethernet Switch
ML1600-HI-A2-A2
Multinet™
Multinet-FE
Viewpoint Monitoring
VP-1
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/PQMII to:
—View Guideform Specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support
documents
—Buy a PQM II online
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EPM 9900 Advanced Power Quality Meter
High Performance Power Quality and Transient Recorder Meter
Key Benefits
—Auto-calibrating metrology means the meter maintains its
accuracy over temperature and time
—Large memory makes it possible to view years of the
circuit’s history
—Capture the fastest events with 10MHz transient recording
—Ideal for monitoring industrial power centers, data centers and
hospitals due to high accuracy disturbance recording (up to
1024 samples/cycle) and extremely high accuracy 0.06%
Watt/Hr metering
—Operators can quickly extract recorded data with download
speeds 20 times faster than existing technology
—Flexible communications, modular I/O and field upgradable
firmware allow the meter to be easily adapted to
changing applications
Applications
—Advanced power quality monitoring
—Revenue class energy and power billing with 0.06% accuracy
—Control of external devices using output modules
Features
Measuring and Metering
—0.06% Energy Accuracy
—10MHz Transient Recorder (over 166,000 samples/cycle)
—8 Channel Waveform Recorder
—Voltage Surge, Sag and Transient Recording
—Current Fault Signatures and Analysis
—Up to 1 GB of Memory
—EN61000-4-30 Class A Support
Communications
—Standard 10/100BaseT Ethernet Port
—Expandable Serial Ports (Dual RS485 Ports)
—Modbus ASCII, Modbus TCP, DNP 3.0 Level 2
—8 Simultaneous Connections via Ethernet
—Optional Second Ethernet Port
—Up to 16 Relay Outputs
—Up to 40 Digital Status Inputs
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EPM 9900 Advanced Power Quality Meter
High Performance Power Quality and Transient Recorder Meter
Ordering
PL9900
**
Control Power
AC
HI
*
*
*
*
**
**
**
Description
R1
D1
X
100 - 240 VAC Power Supply
90-265 VAC or 100-370 VDC
60 Hz
50 Hz
5 Amps
1 Amp
128 MB memory with 512 samples / cycle
1 GB memory with 1024 samples / cycle
1 GB memory, 1024 samples / cycle + 10MHz Transient Recording
2-ports RS485 and 4 Pulse Outputs
Empty Slot
Second Ethernet Port, 10/100BaseTX, RJ45
Second Ethernet Port, 100FX, Multimode, ST connector
Empty Slot
6 Relay Outputs
16 Status Inputs
Empty Slot
6 Relay Outputs
16 Status Inputs
Empty Slot
6
5
Frequency
5A
1A
Current Inputs
A
B
C
Software
S
X
Slot 1
E1
E2
X
Slot 2
R1
D1
X
Slot 3
Slot 4
External Output Modules
PL9000
*
*
*
*
*
*
1
1
2
2
M
M
O
O
A
A
M
M
O
O
A
A
N
N
O
O
4
8
N
N
O
O
4
8
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
0
0
Analog Input Modules
8
8
8
8
A
A
A
A
I
I
I
I
1
2
3
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8 Channel 0–1mA Analog Inputs
8 Channel 0–20mA Analog Inputs
8 Channel 0–5V DC Analog Inputs
8 Channel 0–10V DC Analog Inputs
*
*
*
*
0
0
0
0
0
Digital Output Modules
4
4
R
P
O
O
1
1
PL9000
M
B
I
O
0
0
0
0
0
Auxiliary Mounting Bracket (Required for using external modules)
PL9000
P
S
I
O
0
0
0
0
0
Auxiliary Power Supply (Must be ordered with external modules)
PL9000
PL9000
0
0
Analog Output Modules
*
4 Channel 0-1 mA Analog Outputs
8 Channel 0-1 mA Analog Outputs
4 Channel 4-20 mA Analog Outputs
8 Channel 4-20 mA Analog Outputs
4 Channel Control Relay Outputs
4 Channel kyz Solid State Pulse Outputs
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—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
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Metering
EPM 9800 Series Power Quality Meter
Precision measurement, advanced communication, advanced PQ and alarm reporting, economical recording meter
Key Benefits
—Socket type mounting design with advanced power quality
recording and EN50160 Flicker compliance monitoring
—Revenue class .06% Watt/Hr metering with 20 years time
of use calendar
—Comprehensive logging & recording capability
—Auto-calibration and temperature change compensation
—Advanced DNP 3.0 implementation
—High speed waveform recording with programmable 16 to 512
samples per cycle resolution
—Extensive harmonics capability provides a real-time harmonic
analysis to the 128th order for every channel. Records THD to
the 255th order peak
—Real time phasor analyzer monitors phase angles between the
voltage and the currents
—Multiple communication option with 10/100BaseT Ethernet and
web capability for data viewing over the web
—Up to 256 expandable digital and analog I/O modules for
analysis and control
Applications
—Advanced power quality monitoring
—Revenue class energy and power billing with .06% accuracy
—Control of external devices using I/Os
—Alarm and event notification over the web, email, pager or
telephone
Features
Monitoring and Metering
—True RMS real-time power and energy parameters reporting
—4 quadrant, high accuracy revenue metering
—Automatic dial-out for remote data downloads. Dial-In during
outage notification
—Comprehensive events and alarms recording using GPS
synchronized time stamps.
—Historical logs for energy, power events and alarms.
—Flicker and waveform recording
—Real-time PQ monitoring and analysis
Communications
—RS 485 communication ports
—Optical port
—Internal ethernet TCP/IP
—Built-in dial-in and dial-out telephone modems
—DNP 3.0 level 2 plus, Modbus RTU and Modbus ASCII protocols
—Multiple analog, digital and relay inputs/outputs
—Programmable LCD display screen
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EPM 9800 Series Power Quality Meter
Ordering
EPM 9800
PL9800
*
Frequency
6
5
Power Supply
*
*
Description
* * *
LCD Graphical Display
2 RS 485 Serial Communication Ports (Modbus & DNP)
8 Internal Digital Inputs, 4 KYZ Pulse Outputs
IR Port, IRIG-B Synchronization Port
Flicker and Waveform Detection and Logging
60 Hz
50 Hz
Blade Powered - 102 to 550 VAC Auto Ranging
External - 102 - 275 VAC/DC Auto Ranging
External - 18 - 60 VDC Auto Ranging
Blade Powered - 69 VAC
Rated Voltage 0-277 V L-N - 3E, 4W Wye Hook-up
Rated Voltage 0-277 V L-N - 2.5E, 4W Wye w/ Neutral
Rated Voltage 0-480 V L-L - 2E, 3W, Delta
Rated Voltage 0-277 V L-N - A Base Form
Switchboard - Available with “Power Supply” E and D Only
Standard -218 days of data logging, 63 Waveform Record, 1536 Flicker Log, 1024 System Events
Advance -688 days of data logging, 95 Waveform Record, 5120 Flicker Log, 1024 System Events
Standard 2 RS485 serial communications ports (Modbus & DNP)
Web - Standard with Internal 10/100 Base with Web Server and Ethernet Connection
Modem - Standard with Internal 56k Dial Out Modem
Combination - Standard Modem with Ethernet Gateway & Web
5 Amp Phase CT Secondaries - Class 20
1 Amp Phase CT Secondaries - Class 2
S
E
D
L
Form
9S
36S
45S
9A
SB
Logging Options
S
A
Communications
R
W
M
C
CT Secondary
20
2
Accessories: Analog Output Modules
Note: Accessories must be ordered separately from base meters.
PL9000
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
1
1
2
2
M
M
O
O
A
A
M
M
O
O
A
A
N
N
O
O
4
8
N
N
O
O
4
8
0
0
Description
*
*
*
*
0
0
0
8
8
8
8
A
A
A
A
I
I
I
I
1
2
3
4
*
*
*
*
4
4
8
R
P
D
O
O
I
1
1
1
M B
I
O 0
0
0
0
0
I/O Mounting Bracket (One set per module group)
O
0
0
0
0
Description
0 I/O Auxiliary Power Supply (For more than 4 modules)
0
0
0
0
4 Channel 0-1 mA Analog Outputs
8 Channel 0-1 mA Analog Outputs
4 Channel 4-20 mA Analog Outputs
8 Channel 4-20 mA Analog Outputs
Analog Input Modules
PL9000
0
0
Description
8 Channel 0-1 mA Analog Inputs
8 Channel 4-20 mA Analog Inputs
8 Channel 0-5 VDC Analog Inputs
8 Channel 0-10 VDC Analog Inputs
Digital I/O Modules
Description
PL9000
0
0
0
0
0
4 Channel Control Relay Outputs
4 Channel kyz Solid State Pulse Outputs
8 Channel Auxiliary Digital Status Inputs
Auxiliary I/O Mounting
PL9000
Description
Auxiliary I/O Power Supply
PL9000
P
S
I
9000 Series Meter Display Module
PL9000
Description
*
*
*
*
P
P
4
6
0
0
N
N
0
Three line LED Display
Touch-Screen LCD Display
9000 Series Meter Software
PL9000
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*
*
*
*
N
N
N
C
C
C
M
M
M
1
5
S
0
0
0
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0
0
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Communicator Software, Five User License
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EPM 9000 Series Power Quality Meter
High Performance Power Meter and Data Acquisition Node
Key Benefits
—High-performance power quality and revenue class metering for
critical power applications
—EN50160 flicker with up to 512 waveform samples per cycle and
high-speed transient recording for complete power quality
monitoring
—Provides heighten response time to power quality events for
diagnostics and maintenance
—Built-in GPS clock sync capability for accurate time stamping
of events and alarms for complete synchronized system
monitoring
—Exceeds ANSI C-12 and IEC 687 specifications for accuracy with
auto calibration using temperature compensation
—Built-in RTU functionality with multiple I/O modules for control
—Software and hardware triggers record waveform events. This
allows the unit to be used for fault analysis, system apparatus
monitoring and many other applications
—Records THD to the 255th order peak. Real-time harmonic
analysis to the 128th order for every channel. This advanced
harmonic recording capability has been traditionally available
only in high-end power quality recorders
—Real time phasor analyzer monitors phase angles between the
voltage and the currents
—Ethernet gateway with web server capability
—Up to 256 expandable I/O points for analysis and control
Applications
—Revenue class metering and load aggregation for energy
management
—Transformer loss compensation
—High-performance power quality monitoring of critical loads
Features
Protection and Control
—Fully programmable set-points for alarms and 90 millisec relay
activation for high-speed updates and control
—Built-in PLC & RTU functionality with complete range of expandable external I/Os
Monitoring and Metering
—Current, voltage, real and reactive power, energy use, cost of
power, power factor and frequency
—Laboratory grade 0.04% Watt-Hour accuracy
—Flicker and waveform recording
—Real-time PQ monitoring and harmonic analysis to 255th order
Communications
—On-board ethernet and web server capability
—High-speed RS-485 and RS-232 Com Ports
—Multiple protocols including Modbus and DNP 3.0 level 2
—Built-in modem with dial-out capability
—Multiple analog, digital and relay inputs/outputs
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EPM 9000 Series
Ordering
Meters
EPM 9450 - High performance power meter & data acquisition node
PL9450
* * * A * 0 0 0 0 Description
Frequency
0
1
System Voltage
60 Hz
50 Hz
120/208 volts connection
277/480 volts connection
90-276 volts AC/DC power supply
18-60 volts DC power supply
Basic unit with 512 K memory, 8 digital inputs,
8 cycle of waveform (up to 512 samples/cycle), 100 days data log.
4 communication port
User-selectable RS 485 Modbus and DNP - no modem or Ethernet connection
TCP/IP Ethernet connection with web server and gateway capability
Internal 56k modem connection with pass-through port
A
B
Control Power
0
1
Features Options
A
Communications
0
1
2
EPM 9650 - High performance power meter & data acquisition node with memory
PL9650
* * * A * 0 0 0 0 Description
Frequency
0
1
System Voltage
60 Hz
50 Hz
120/208 volts connection
277/480 volts connection
90-276 volts AC/DC power supply
18-60 volts DC power supply
Advance unit includes basic unit, with 2 Meg memory,
Up to 162 days of data logging, up to 64 cycles of waveform recording
Flicker includes advance unit plus Flicker with 4 Meg memory, 66 days of data logging
4 Communication port
User-selectable RS 485 Modbus and DNP - no modem or Ethernet connection
TCP/IP Ethernet connection with web server and gateway capability
Internal 56k modem connection with pass-through port
A
B
Control Power
0
1
Features Options
A
B
Communications
0
1
2
Accessories
PL9000
PL9000
PL9000
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
1
1
2
2
M
M
O
O
A
A
M
M
O
O
A
A
N
N
O
O
4
8
N
N
O
O
4
8
*
*
*
*
0
0
0
8
8
8
8
A
A
A
A
I
I
I
I
1
2
3
4
0
0
Analog Output Modules
4 Channel 0-1 mA Analog Outputs
8 Channel 0-1 mA Analog Outputs
4 Channel 4-20 mA Analog Outputs
8 Channel 4-20 mA Analog Outputs
0
0
Analog Input Modules
8 Channel 0-1 mA Analog Inputs
8 Channel 4-20 mA Analog Inputs
8 Channel 0-5 VDC Analog Inputs
8 Channel 0-10 VDC Analog Inputs
*
*
*
*
4
4
8
R
P
D
O
O
I
1
1
1
PL9000
M
B
I
O
0
0
0
0
0
Auxiliary I/O Mounting Bracket (One set per module group)
PL9000
P S
O
0
0
0
0
0
Auxiliary I/O Power Supply (For more than 4 modules)
0
0
0
0
0
PL9000
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*
*
*
*
P
P
4
6
0
0
N
N
*
*
*
*
N
N
N
C
C
C
M
M
M
1
5
S
0
0
0
0
0
Digital I/O Modules
4 Channel Control Relay Outputs
4 Channel kyz Solid State Pulse Outputs
8 Channel Auxiliary Digital Status Inputs
9000 Series Meter Display Module
Three line LED Display
Touch-Screen LCD Display
0
0
0
0
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0
9000 Series Meter Software
Communicator Software, Single User License
Communicator Software, Five User License
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EPM 7000 Power Quality Meter
Power Quality and Energy Cost Management
Key Benefits
—Four Quadrant Energy and Power Measurement, complying with
ANSI C12.20 (0.2% Accuracy)
—Analyze power quality over long periods of time to improve network reliability through high resolution event and disturbance
recording
—Ideal for monitoring industrial power centers, data centers and
hospitals due to high accuracy disturbance recording (up to 512
samples/cycle)
—Retrieve archived data, capture past events and analyze disturbances through high resolution data recording (up to 4MB of
data logging)
—Flexible communication options provide easy to access meter
values, simplified configuration and seamless integration into
new or existing automation systems
Applications
—Four quadrant energy and power monitoring of distribution
feeders, transformers, reactors and generators
—Power monitoring of LV and MV industrial power control centers
and motor control centers
—Energy monitoring of commercial and distribution utilities
Features
Metering
—Meets ANSI C 12.20 and IEC 687 (0.2% Accuracy)
—Ia Ib Ic In
—Va Vb Vc Vab Vbc Vca
—Hz W VAR VA
—Wh VARh VAh
—Demand: W VAR VA
—Power Factor
—Voltage and Current Angles
—Load Bar
Communications
—Standard RS485 Modbus (DNP 3.0 and Modbus RTU or ASCII)
—Optional Ethernet 100BaseT
—IrDA Port
—Intuitive faceplate programming
Power Quality
—Harmonics to the 40th order
—Total Harmonic Distortion
—Disturbance Recording and Waveform Capture
—Sag and Swell
Data Logging
—Up to 4 MB Memory
—Disturbance Recording
—Power Quality Studies
—Load Studies
Software
—Embedded Web Server
—GE Communicator
—EnerVista™ Integrator
—EnerVista™ Launchpad
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EPM 7000 Power Quality Meter
Power Quality and Energy Cost Management
Ordering
PL7000
*
*
*
*
*
*
Description
Standard unit with display, all current/voltage/power/frequency/energy counters measurement, % load bar,
RS 485 and IRDA communication ports and one front test pulse output.
Frequency
5
6
Current Inputs
Software
Power Supply
I/O Modules
5A
1A
A
B
C
D
E
F
HI
LDC
X
E1
C1
C20
RS1
PS1
F1
F2
X
E1
C1
C20
RS1
PS1
F1
F2
50 Hz AC frequency system
60 Hz AC frequency system
5 Amps
1 Amp
Multimeter Function Only
Data Logging Memory, 2 MB of Memory
Power Quality Harmonics, 2 MB of Memory
Limits and Control, 2 MB of Memory
64 Samples/Cycle Waveform Recording, 3 MB of Memory
512 Samples/Cycle Waveform Recording, 4 MB of Memory
90-265VAC/100-370VDC
18-60VDC
None
100BaseT Ethernet*
Four Channel Bi-directional 0-1mA Outputs
Four Channel 4-20mA Outputs
Two Relay status Outputs / Two Status Inputs
Four Pulse Outputs / Four Status Inputs
Fiber Optic Interface with ST terminations
Fiber Optic Interface with Versatile Terminations
* Only one E1 module may be used in the EPM7000
EPM 7000 is available without a display as the EPM 7000T. Please see the online store for ordering information.
Visit GEMultilin.com/EPM7000 to:
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—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a EPM 7000 online
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EPM 6010 Building Automation Power Meter
BACnet®/IP Communications and Energy Measurement
Key Benefits
—Rapid integration into BACnet management systems
—High accuracy multifunction power meter, 0.2% class revenue
certifiable energy and demand metering
—Ultra compact and easy to install, fits both ANSI and DIN cutouts
—EnerVista™ software makes metered data and power quality status easily accessible
—User programmable for different system voltages and
current measurements
—Standard Modbus® TCP communications
—Easy to read, large 3 line .56” bright LED display for better
visibility and longer life
Applications
—LEED projects
—Smart buildings
—Commercial energy management
—HVAC efficiency monitoring
—Building management systems
Features
Measuring and Metering
—High accuracy multifunction power meter, 0.2% class revenue
certifiable energy and demand metering
—Samples at 400+ times per cycle and has 24 bit A/D conversion
to measure accurately and reliably
—Meets ANSI C12.20 (0.2%) and IEC 687 (0.2%) accuracy classes
—Total harmonic distortion (%THD)
—Load percentage graphical bar for instant load visualization
—True RMS multifunction measurements including voltage,
current, power, frequency and energy
Communications
—BACnet/IP 100BaseT Ethernet protocol
—40 pre-defined BACnet objects facilitate rapid integration
—Embedded web-server, allows BACnet/IP interface to be
remotely configured and BACnet objects can be remotely
viewed over the internet with a web browser
—Standard Modbus TCP communications can be used to poll the
EPM 6010 while BACnet/IP interface is being used
Ordering
PL6010
*
Frequency
5
6
Current Inputs
Software
Power Supply
*
*
*
5A
1A
THD
HI
LDC
Description
50Hz - BACnet/IP Communicating Multimeter
60Hz - BACnet/IP Communicating Multimeter
5 Amps
1 Amp
THD, Limits Alarms & One KYZ Pulse Output
AC/DC Power Supply (90-265)VAC or (100-370)VDC
Low Voltage DC Power Supply (18-60)VDC
Example – EPM 6010 for 60Hz system with 5 Amp secondary and an AC/DC Power supply. PL601065ATHDHI
EPM 6010 is available without a display as the EPM 6010T. Please see the online store for ordering information.
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EPM 6000 Power Meter
Continuous metering of three-phase systems
Key Benefits
—High accuracy multifunction power meter
—Superior performance at competitive pricing
—Ultra compact, easy to install, program and use
—0.2% class revenue certifiable energy and demand metering
—Total harmonic distortion (%THD)
—Fits both ANSI and DIN cutout
—Large 3 line .56” bright LED display for better visibility and
longer life
—User programmable for different system voltages and current
measurements
—Standard Modbus and DNP communications
Applications
—Continuous metering of electrical loads such as generator
panels, feeders, switchgear etc.
—Provides remote status when used with EnerVista™ suite of
software
—Low and medium voltage applications
—Replaces multiple analog meters saving space and installation
costs
Features
Monitoring and Metering
—True RMS multifunction measurements including voltage,
current, power, freq., energy, etc.
—Meets ANSI C12.20 (0.2%) and IEC 687 (0.2%) accuracy classes
—Future field upgradeable for added functionality without
removing installed meter
—Load percentage graphical bar for instant load visualization
Communications
—RS485 Modbus and DNP 3.0 Protocol up to 57.6K Baud
—3 Line .56” Bright Red LED Display
—Front IrDA Port laptop communication
—Pulse output for accuracy testing and energy
Ordering
PL 6000
*
*
*
Description
Standard unit with display, all current/voltage/power/
frequency/energy counters measurement, % load bar,
RS 485 and IRDA communication ports and one front
test pulse output.
5
6
50 Hz AC frequency system
60 Hz AC frequency system
5A
1A
0
THD
5 Amps
1 Amp
No THD option
THD, Limit Alarms & one pulse Output
Example - EPM 6000 for 60Hz system with 1 Amp secondary current with THD, Limit Alarms & one
additional pulse output. PL600061ATHD
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—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
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Metering
EPM 2200 Power Meter
High Accuracy Power and Energy Measurement
Key Benefits
—Economical meter for Circuit Monitoring of Panels, Main Feeds,
Branch Circuits, & Gensets
—Ultra compact, easy to install, program and use
—Fits both ANSI and DIN cutout
—Large 3 line .56” bright LED display for better visibility and
longer life.
—User programmable for different system voltages and
current measurements
—Optional Modbus Communications
Applications
—Monitoring & metering of electrical loads such as generator
panels, feeders, switchgear etc.
—Low and medium voltage applications
Features
Monitoring and Metering
—Future field Upgradeable for added functionality (communications option required)
—0.5% Accuracy
—Measures 3-phase real-time amps and volts
—Optional support for Power, Energy, Frequency, and Power
Factor measurements
Communications
—3 Line .56” Bright Red LED Display
—Intuitive faceplate programming
—Optional RS485 Modbus up to 57.6K Baud and Pulse output
Ordering
PL 2200
Option
*
*
Description
X
S
Volts and Amps Meter
Volts, Amps, Power and Frequency
Volts, Amps, Power, Frequency and Energy Counters
None
RS485 + Pulse
A1
B1
C1
Communications
Example1 - EPM 2200 support Voltage and Current measurement with no communications. PL2200A1X
Example 2: EPM 2200 support Voltage, Current, Power, and Frequency measurement and Energy counters measurement with RS485 communication.
PL2200C1S
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EPM 4500 Sub-Metering System
Multi-tenant digital electric meter with power line communications
Key Benefits
—Multi-point energy demand data logging
—Revenue certifiable metering
—Meets ANSI C12.1 & C12.16 accuracy
—Wall mountable easy-to-install enclosures
—Local LCD viewing
—Communication over existing AC Power Lines (PLC) or
Modbus RTU
Applications
—Ideal for commercial, residential and industrial sub-metering
applications requiring multi-point energy data logging. This
includes multi-point high rise, garden style apartment, condos,
or office suites.
Features
Monitoring and Metering
—Real-time per-phase viewing of voltage, current, power factor,
phase angle, watts, VARs, VA, and frequency
—Event reporting with time and date stamps regarding power
consumption, demand resets, power-ups/power downs, and is
available via LCD for viewing
Communications
—PLC Communication (Power Line Communications)
—Modbus RS 485 (optional)
—Up to 48 pulse inputs (optional)
—IEC optical front panel interface for programming
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Metering
EPM 4500 Sub-Metering System
Ordering
The EPM 4500 meter comes standard with Power Line Carrier (PLC) communications protocol. A Transponder is required when
using PLC communication. When the Modbus communication modification is selected, no Transponder is required.
Enclosure
Step 1: Select Enclosure
Family
Back Box
Voltage
Options
PL4500
BBA
*
120V
208V
240V
277V
347V
480V
*
E
Description
Back Box Assembly
120/208V 3 phase, 4 wire
208V 3 phase 3 wire
120/240V, 1 phase, 3 wire
277/480V 3 phase, 4 wire
347/600V 3 phase, 4 wire
480V 3 phase 3 wire
Future Communications Provision
Step 2: Select required meter head
Residential
Residential
Family
Voltage
Phase
Wires
Application
Metering Points
CTs
Options
PL4500
*
120
*
3
*
4
*
R
*
*
*
03
06
09
12
24
L
H
P
240
1
3
R
12
24
L
H
P
277
347
3
4
R
24
L
Description
120/208V 3 phase, 4 wire
3 Points
6 Points
9 Points
12 Points
24 Points
0.1 Amps Secondary Input
5 Amps Secondary Input
Pulse Data Input Module
120/240V, 1 phase, 3 wire
12 Points
24 Points
0.1 Amps Secondary Input
5 Amps Secondary Input
Pulse Data Input Module
277/480V 3 phase, 4 wire
347/600V 3 phase, 4 wire
24 points, 0.1 secondary CTs
Commercial 4-Wire
Commercial 4-Wire
Family
Voltage
Phase
Wires
Application
Metering Points
CTs
Options
PL4500
*
120
277
347
*
*
*
*
*
*
3
4
C
06
08
L
H
P
M
RS
MOD
Description
120/208V 3 Phase
277/480V 3 Phase
347/600V 3 Phase
3 Phase 4 wire Commercial
6 Points
8 Points
0.1 Amps Secondary Input
5 Amps Secondary Input
Pulse Data Input Module
Modem
RS485 Connection
Modbus Communication
Commercial 3-Wire
Commercial 3-Wire
Family
Voltage
Phase
Wires
Application
Metering Points
CTs
Options
PL4500
*
208
480
*
*
*
*
*
*
3
3
C
12
L
P
M
RS
MOD
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208V 3 phase 3 wire
480V 3 phase 3 wire
12 points
0.1 Amps Secondary Input
Pulse Data Module
Modem
RS485 Connection
Modbus Communication
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EPM 4500 Sub-Metering System
CT
Type
Solid Core - 0.1 A Secondary
Solid Core - Canadian
Split Core - 0.1 A Secondary
Description
Product Number
CT-50 (50/0.1A)
CT-1 (100/0.1A)
CT-2 (200/0.1A)
CT-4 (400/0.1A)
CT-2/5DARL (200A/5A)
CTSP-50 (50/0.1A)
CTSP-1 (100/0.1A)
CTSP-2 (200/0.1A)
CTSP-4 (400/0.1A)
CTSP-8 (800/0.1A)
CTSP-12 (1200/0.1A)
CTSP-20 (2000/0.1A)
CTSP-30 (3000/0.1A)
CTSP-40 (4000/0.1A)
PLSUBCTSL050
PLSUBCTSL101
PLSUBCTSL201
PLSUBCTSL401
PLSUBCTSL201CDN
PLSUBCTSP050
PLSUBCTSP101
PLSUBCTSP201
PLSUBCTSP401
PLSUBCTSP801
PLSUBCTSP1201
PLSUBCTSP2001
PLSUBCTSP3001
PLSUBCTSP4001
Transponder Models
1. Order Back Box
Description
Product Number
120V service back box
277V service back box
347V service back box
TRANS BBA 120V
TRANS BBA 277V
TRANS BBA 347V
2. Order Transponder Model with options
Description
Product Number
120/208V with modem
120/208V with RS485 and RS2332 connections
277/480V with modem
277/480V with RS485 and RS232 connections
347/600V with modem
347/600V with RS485 and RS 232 connections
TRANS120M
TRANS120RS
TRANS277M
TRANS277RS
TRANS347M
TRANS347RS
Pulse Inputs
Product Number
PL4500PULSINA
PL4500PULSINB
PL4500PULSINC
PL4500PULSIND
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Metering
EPM 1500 Sub-Metering System
Single-point sub meter with data-logging
Key Benefits
—Revenue certifiable metering
—Meets ANSI C12.1 and C12.16 accuracy
—Local LCD viewing
—Easy to use energy/demand data logging meter, suitable for
new construction or retrofit application
—Provides all basic information required for billing purposes
—Power Line Communication (PLC) over the existing power lines.
No additional wiring installation is necessary
—Single part number provides a complete package that
includes CTs
—Low cost, wall mount simple to use saves installation costs.
Rugged metal enclosure is designed for fast installation and is
tamper resistant
Applications
—Ideal for commercial and industrial sub-metering applications
Features
Monitoring and Metering
—Real-time per-phase viewing of voltage, current, power factor,
phase angle, watts, VARs, VA, and frequency
—Event reporting with time and date stamps regarding power
consumption, demand resets, power-ups/downs, and is available via LCD for viewing
Communications
—PLC (Power Line Communications) with transponder
—Modbus Communication via RS485 (options)
—Up to 4 pulse inputs (optional)
—IEC optical front panel interface for programming
Dimensions
Meter Dimensions
Solid Core
50 amp Solid Core CTs:
Outer window diameter 1.35”
Inner window diameter 0.60”
100 & 200 amp Solid Core CTs
Outer window diameter 2.7”
Inner window diameter 1.1”
400 amp Solid Core CTs
Outer window diameter 3.56”
Inner window diameter 1.56”
13.5”H x 8.5”W x 4.5”D
D
Inner window
diameter
Outer window
diameter
H
Split Core
50 amp Split Core CTs:
Outer window 2.8” x 3.5”
Inner window 1.8” x 1.3”
Outer
window
100, 200 & 400 amp Split
Core CTs:
Outer window 4.9” x 4.3”
Inner window 3.5” x 2.4”
800 amp Split Core CTs:
Outer window 7.3” x 5.9”
Inner window 5.0 x 3.0”
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Metering
EPM 1500 Sub-Metering System
Ordering
The EPM 1500 meter comes standard with Power Line Carrier (PLC) communications protocol. A Transponder is required when
using PLC communication. When the Modbus communication modification is selected, no Transponder is required.
EPM 1500 Without CTs
Family
Voltage
Version
CTs
Delta
Options
PL1500
*
120
277
347
*
*
*
*
K
D
L
H
P
MOD
480
600
D
L
H
DTA
P
MOD
Description
120/208V 3 phase
277/480V 3 phase
347/600V 3 phase
KWh version
Demand version
0.1 amps CT secondary input
5 amps CT secondary input
Pulse data module
Modbus communications
480V Delta
600V Delta
Demand version
0.1 amps CT secondary input
5 amps CT secondary input
Delta 3P3W
Pulse data module
Modbus communications
CTs
EPM 1500 With CTs
Family
Voltage
Version
CTs
Option
PL1500
*
120
277
347
*
*
*
K
D
SP050
SP100
SP200
SP400
SP800
SP3200
SL050
SL100
SL200
SL400
Description
120/208V 3 phase
277/480V 3 phase
347/600V 3 phase
KWh version
Demand version
Split core 50A CTs -set of 3
Split core 100A CTs - set of 3
Split core 200A CTs- set of 3
Split core 400A CTs - set of 3
Split core 800A CTs - set of 3
Split core 3200A CTs - set of 3
Solid core 50A CTs - set of 3
Solid core 100A CTs - set of 3
Solid core 200A CTs - set of 3
Solid core 400A CTs - set of 3
Type
Solid Core - 0.1 A Secondary
Solid Core - Canadian
Split Core - 0.1 A Secondary
Description
Product Number
CT-50 (50/0.1A)
CT-1 (100/0.1A)
CT-2 (200/0.1A)
CT-4 (400/0.1A)
CT-2/5DARL (200A/5A)
CTSP-50 (50/0.1A)
CTSP-1 (100/0.1A)
CTSP-2 (200/0.1A)
CTSP-4 (400/0.1A)
CTSP-8 (800/0.1A)
CTSP-12 (1200/0.1A)
CTSP-20 (2000/0.1A)
CTSP-30 (3000/0.1A)
CTSP-40 (4000/0.1A)
PLSUBCTSL050
PLSUBCTSL101
PLSUBCTSL201
PLSUBCTSL401
PLSUBCTSL201CDN
PLSUBCTSP050
PLSUBCTSP101
PLSUBCTSP201
PLSUBCTSP401
PLSUBCTSP801
PLSUBCTSP1201
PLSUBCTSP2001
PLSUBCTSP3001
PLSUBCTSP4001
Transponders
1. Order Back Box
Description
Product Number
120V service back box
277V service back box
347V service back box
TRANS BBA 120V
TRANS BBA 277V
TRANS BBA 347V
2. Order Transponder Model with options
Description
Product Number
120/208V with modem
120/208V with RS485 and RS2332 connections
277/480V with modem
277/480V with RS485 and RS232 connections
347/600V with modem
347/600V with RS485 and RS 232 connections
TRANS120M
TRANS120RS
TRANS277M
TRANS277RS
TRANS347M
TRANS347RS
Pulse Modules
Description
Product Number
KYZ Pulse output option
Input module for 4 pulse inputs
PL1500 KYZ
PL1500PULSIN10
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Metering
EPM 7100 Power Quality Meter
Energy and Demand Submeter with Data Logging and WiFi
Key Benefits
—Flexible WiFi option eliminates the need for expensive wiring
—0.2% accurate revenue class meter provides highly reliable
measurements
—Extensive data logging and alarm recording allows for predictive
maintenance and performance analysis
—Multifunction capability allows a variety of voltage, current and
energy metering measurement
—Direct interface with most building management systems
reduces integration costs
—Easy installation reduces set-up time and cost
—Meets ANSI C12.20 (0.2%) and IEC 687 (0.2%) classes
Applications
—Allocate energy usage throughout multi-tenant settings, such as
industrial and university campuses, office towers, apartment
complexes and shopping malls
—Detect power problems early in government, military and
airport facilities
—Energy monitoring to increase OEMs efficiency
Features
Metering
—Ia Ib Ic In
—Va Vb Vc Vab Vbc Vca
—Hz W VAR VA
—Wh VARh VAh
—Demand: W VAR VA
—2MB of Data Logging Capacity
—Power Factor
—Voltage and Current Angles
—Bright Red LED Display with Three .56” Lines
—% of Load Bar for Analog Meter Perception
Communications
—Standard RS485 Modbus (Modbus RTU or ASCII)
—IrDA Port
—Optional Ethernet 10/100BaseT or WiFi
—Intuitive Faceplate Programming
Ordering
PL7100
*
*
*
*
*
Description
Standard Unit with display. All current/voltage/power/energy counters measurement, % load bar, RS485 and IrDA ports
and one front test pulse output. 2 MB of data logging memory.
Frequency
Current Inputs
Software
Power Supply
I/O Modules
5
6
5A
1A
B
HI
S
W
50 Hz AC Frequency System
60 Hz AC Frequency System
5 Amps
1 Amp
Multifunction Meter with 2MB Data Logging
90-400 VAC / 100-370 VDC
Serial Port Communication
Wireless or LAN Based Ethernet
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—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a EPM 7100 online
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Metering
EPM 6100 Power Quality Meter
Energy and Demand Submeter with WiFi
Key Benefits
—Flexible WiFi option eliminates the need for expensive wiring
—0.2% accurate revenue class meter provides highly reliable
measurements
—Multifunction capability allows a variety of voltage, current and
energy metering measurements
—Direct interface with most building management systems
reduces integration costs
—Easy installation reduces set-up time and cost
—Meets ANSI C12.20 (0.2%) and IEC 687 (0.2%) classes
Applications
—Allocate energy usage throughout multi-tenant settings, such as
industrial and university campuses, office towers, apartment
complexes and shopping malls
—Detect power problems early in government, military and
airport facilities
—Energy monitoring to increase OEMs efficiency
Features
Metering
—Ia Ib Ic In
—Va Vb Vc Vab Vbc Vca
—Hz W VAR VA
—Wh VARh VAh
—Demand: W VAR VA
—Total Harmonic Distortion
—Power Factor
—Voltage and Current Angles
—Bright Red LED Display with Three .56” Lines
—% of Load Bar for Analog Meter Perception
Communications
—Standard RS485 Modbus (Modbus RTU or ASCII)
—IrDA Port
—Optional Ethernet 10/100BaseT or WiFi
—Intuitive Faceplate Programming
Ordering
PL6100
*
*
*
*
*
Description
Standard Unit with display. All current/voltage/power/energy counters measurement, % load bar, RS485 and IrDA ports
and one front test pulse output.
Frequency
5
6
Current Inputs
Software
Power Supply
I/O Modules
5A
1A
0
THD
HI
S
W
50 Hz AC Frequency System
60 Hz AC Frequency System
5 Amps
1 Amp
No THD Option
With THD and Limit Alarms
90-400 VAC / 100-370 VDC
Serial Port Communication
WiFi Wireless or LAN Based Ethernet
Visit GEDigitalEnergy.com/EPM6100 to:
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—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
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Metering
GE Meter in a Box (MIB)
Key Benefits
— Ease of ordering – all necessary components to interface with
a meter included
—Internal wiring completed for you, just connect your wires to the
terminal board – reduced risk of wiring mistakes and accelerated installation.
—Small enclosure profile allows for increased flexibility when
choosing a mounting location.
—Elementary diagrams are available in electronic format…
or ask GE for a quote to update your drawing.
—UL/CUL listed.
—Optional: customer-specified meter
(GE Multilin™, Schweitzer, Other).
Product Description (Subject to change without notice)
NEMA Rating
Type 12 or Type 4*
Device Rating
Wiring and power terminal block rated for 600V
Dimensions
12” wide x 16” high x 8” deep (Metric: 305 mm x 406 mm x 203 mm)
Latch
Pad Lockable hasp
Wiring
Wired for 3, 4-wire applications: CT shorting terminal block,
fused voltage disconnect, control power, and 12 pt. input/
output TB.
Optional
Features
Control Power Transformer – Provides 50 VA control power
supply where monitored voltage is above 265 VAC
Internal Hinged Meter Display – preserves NEMA 4 rating if
panel is otherwise properly installed
Meter – Shown with Optional GE Multilin EPM
* Internal Display Option Only
Ordering
MIB –
–
–
–
–X–X–X
1
Quantity Between 1 and 16
16
to
N: No CPT includes (default)
nnn: CPT included (Indicate Primary Voltage)
E: External Meter Display (default)
I: Internal Meter Display
X: Meter by Customer (default)
n: Meter by GE (Specify Optional EPM Model)
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Metering
GE Meter in a Box (MIB)
12"
9.5" MOUNTING
INTERNAL WIRING
EXTERNAL WIRING
(BY CUSTOMER)
6
1
TO
METER
ON DOOR
2
1
3
1
4
5
6
TO
METER
ON
DOOR
8
17.25" MOUNTING
16"
7
9
TO METER
ON DOOR
10
TO METER
ON DOOR
8
1 L1
3 L2
5 L3
4 T2
6 T3
X2
H3
H2
H1
X3 FX1
X1
H4
8
12
9
11
5
9
2 T1
3 4
7
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ENCLOSURE
SUBPANEL
FUSE BLOCK (FINGER SAFE)
FUSES
4PT. SHORT CIRCUIT TERMINAL BLOCK
12PT. TERMINAL BLOCK
CP TRANSFORMER
EPM METER LOCATION
(METER SUPPLIED SEPARATELY)
HASP STYLE DOOR LOCK
(CUSTOMER PADLOCK)
GROUND
ENCLOSURE MOUNTING
DANGER, CAUTION, UL LISTED &
SERIAL # LABELS
21.25" MOUNTING
24"
18" MOUNTING
Style 16W
(13 to 16 Meters)
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OPTION: HINGED METER SUBPLATE
FOR INTERNAL METER DISPLAY
For pricing and details,
contact your local
GE representative
or call 1 (888) GE4-Serv
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(5 to 8 Meters)
24"
18" MOUNTING
36"
13
24"
18" MOUNTING
Style 04W
(2 to 4 Meters)
37.25" MOUNTING
10
11
12
2
MIB-EPM Style 01W
Internal Wiring
20"
14" MOUNTING
Subject to change without notice
CUSTOMER
WIRING
30"
Standard Component Description
11
MIB-EPM Style 01W
with Internal Meter Display
CUSTOMER
WIRING
TO METER
(ETHERNET)
25.25" MOUNTING
Item #
(from drawings)
13
24"
11
MIB-EPM Style 01W
with External Meter Display
9
12
20"
12
Style 12W
(9 to 12 Meters)
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Communications
Multiplexers
Multiplex Family Overview
page 22-171
GE Multilin™ offers a full suite of highly reliable Synchronous Optical NETwork (SONET) and
Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) optical communication multiplexers. These include
the JungleMUX SONET Multiplexer, the TN1U SDH Multiplexer and the TN1Ue SDH Multiplexer. Lentronics Multiplexers are designed for electric power utility, transportation, oil,
gas, water and industrial applications. This powerful family of fiber optic multiplexers has
a modular design for ease of maintenance, configuration flexibility and expandability.
JungleMUX™ Sonet Multiplexer
page 22-174
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The JungleMUX™ SONET Multiplexer delivers robust SONET telecommunications for wide
area communication applications that requires a mix of proprietary and legacy
standards based optical communications equipment.
JungleMUX™ T1 Multiplexer
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The JungleMUX™ T1 Multiplexer delivers robust wide area networking over T1 leased lines
for communication applications that requires a mix of proprietary and legacy standards
based optical communications equipment.
TN1U SDH Multiplexer
page 22-175
STM-1/STM-4
The TN1U SDH Multiplexer delivers the benefits of the ITU-T SDH telecommunications
standards to Ethernet solutions as well as applications previously serviced by a mix of
proprietary and legacy standards based optical communications equipment.
TN1Ue SDH Multiplexer
page 22-175
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The TN1Ue SDH Multiplexer delivers the benefits of the ITU-T SDH telecommunications
standards to Ethernet solutions as well as applications previously serviced by a mix of
proprietary and legacy standards based optical communications equipment. The
enclosed shelf design provides additional security in sensitive Electromagnetic
interference (EMI) environments.
VistaNET™ Network Management System (NMS)
page 22-176
For a more flexible NMS, VistaNET™ can be provisioned as a standalone or a client-server
LAN/WAN solution, permitting centralized or distributed network management.
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Communications
Multiplexer Family Telecommunication Multiplexers
Versatile, reliable and rugged solutions for fiber optic, microwave radio and leased line networks
Applications
Electric Utility
—Ethernet WAN/IP
—Protective relaying
—Substation automation
—Telemetry/SCADA
—Voice
—Video surveillance
Transportation
—Video surveillance
—Toll collection
—Traffic monitoring and control
—Emergency voice
—Signaling
—Loop detection
—Variable message signs (VMS)
Pipeline
—Oil, gas, refined products, water, slurry
—Leak detection
—Hydraulic control
—Pipeline SCADA
—Video surveillance
—Ethernet WAN/IP
—Voice
Industrial
—Oil and gas production field SCADA
—Mining and petrochemical plant electric distribution network
protection and control
—Energy management
—Ethernet WAN/IP
—Video surveillance
—Video process monitoring
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Communications
Multiplexer Family Telecommunication Multiplexers
Unit Assembly Description
JungleMUX/TN1U/TN1Ue
Data Interface Units
Low Speed Data
B86448
• RS232 interface
• Sub-rate multiplexing
• Point-to-point and multi-point
High Speed Data
B86446
• 64 kb/s (56 kb/s) rates
• RS422, V.35 and G.703 interfaces
Nx64 kb/s Data Electrical
B86464
• N x 64 kb/s channels (N=1 to 12)
• V.35 interface
DS-1 (1.54 Mb/s) Data
B86437
E-1 (2.048 Mb/s) Data
B86439
DS-3 (44.7 Mb/s) Data
B86491
• Establishes full duplex point-to-point DS-3 circuit
• Drop equipment connections for DACS, M13 multiplexer
or any other DS-3 terminating equipment
Ethernet
B86438/B86418
• IP connectivity
• LAN/WAN interconnect
• 10/100 Mb/s learning bridge
• Intelligent multi-port switch features
• IEEE 802.1Q, 802.1p, 802.1d, 802.1u
Voice Units
4 Wire Voice Frequency
B86444
• Optional E&M signaling
• Point-to-point and multi-point
2 Wire Voice Frequency
B86449
• Optional E&M signaling
2 Wire Foreign Exchange
B86445
• Loop or ground start signaling
2 Wire Foreign Subscriber
B86445
• Remote PABX extension
Video Units
Video Mapper 10
B86411
• Provides video WAN of 12 Mb/s
Video Mapper 40
B86410
• Provides video WAN of 48 Mb/s
Video Input/Output
B86412
• NTSC or PAL analog video signal transport
• MPEG-4 compression options
• 56 kb/s to 10 Mb/s bandwidth
• 1 to 30 frames/second update rate
• PTZ camera control
• Stereo quality audio
• Data & control I/O
Remote Video Assembly
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Unit Assembly Description
JungleMUX/TN1U/TN1Ue
Teleprotection Units
Transfer Trip
B86441/B86442
• Separate transmit and receive units
• Optional test panel
Current Differential Relay
B86443
• Various pilot wire relay interfaces
Nx64 kb/s Data Optical
B86464
• N x 64 kb/s channels (N=1 to 12)
• IEEE C37.94 compliant, standard for fiber optic connection to
protective relays
Additional Units
Contact Input/Output
B86463
• Transport of contact closure
Orderwire
B86471
• Party line voice circuit carried on 64 kb/s channel of either transport
or path overhead
• DTMF signaling
Channelized T1
B86486
• Access remote T1 networks at DSO level
• Extend JungleMUX networks across microwave radio, leased lines
foreign SONET networks
• Provides cross-connect capability at JungleMUX SONET network
edge
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Jungle MUX SONET Multiplexer
The ideal optical networking solution for electric utility, transportation, pipeline and industrial applications
Key Benefits
—Functions as a SONET OC-1, OC-3 or OC-12 drop-and-insert
multiplexer with up to 672, 2016, or 8064 DS-0 channel drop
capacity
—Robust environmental design
—Supports point-to-point, linear add/drop, ring and multiple ring
plus spur network topologies
—Extremely fast path protection switching (<3 ms)
—1310 nm and 1550 nm optical interfaces available
—Economically scalable for all sizes of networks and sites with
varying service requirements
—System expansion, reconfiguration and maintenance are easily
performed with a minimum of system downtime, travel expense
and test equipment
—Improves reliability through integration of all network requirements into a common package
—NMS allows visibility of network traffic down to each individual
DS-0 signal
—Allows common NMS integration using IP
—Optional video control system package
—Optional SNMP Network Management System (NMS) interface
Application Modules
—Ethernet WAN/IP
—Video, voice, data and teleprotection
—DS-1, DS-3
—Digital telemetry and orderwire
—Channelized T1
Jungle MUX T1 Multiplexer
Versatile, reliable and rugged solution to extend telecommunication
applications over fiber optic, microwave radio and leased line networks
Key Benefits
—T1 Multiplexer with integrated digital cross connect
—Environmentally hardened – meets IEEE 1613 specifications including SWC, RFI and ESD requirements
—Hot swappable units
—Multiple configurations:
—Terminal Multiplexer
—Add/Dropp Multiplexer
—Cross Connect (DAX)
—Supports full duplex 1.544 Mb/s channelized T1 circuits (ITU-T
G.703 compliant)
—Wide range of DS0 applications – common interface units with
JungleMUX SONET Multiplexers
—Multiple powering options
—Local and remote configuration via existing VistaNET™ network
management tools
—Optional redundant control and T1 line unit (CDAX Unit)
Application Modules
—Voice
—Data
—Teleprotection
—Digital telemetry
—Power: 24/48/130 VDC, 115 VAC
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TN1U SCH Multiplexer
The ideal optical networking solution for electric utility, transportation, pipeline and industrial applications
Key Benefits
—Functions as an STM-1/STM-4 drop-and-insert multiplexer with
up to 252 VC-12 drop capability
—Robust environmental design
—Supports two fibre linear applications, self-healing D-P rings,
multiple rings and rings plus spurs
—Supports multiple STM-1 or STM-4 rings interconnected through
synchronous TIE links
—Extremely fast path protection switching (<3 ms)
—1310 nm and 1550 nm optical interfaces available
—Economically scaleable for all sizes of networks and sites with
varying service requirements
—System expansion, reconfiguration and maintenance are easily
performed with a minimum of system downtime, travel expense
and equipment
—Improves reliability through integration of all network requirements into a common package
—NMS allows visibility of network traffic down to each individual
64 kb/s channel
—Optional video control system package
—Optional SNMP Network Management System (NMS) interface
Application Modules
—Ethernet WAN
—Video, voice, data and teleprotection
—Channelized E1
—Digital telemetry and orderwire
TN1UeSDH Multiplexer
Key Benefits
—Functions as an STM-1/STM-4 drop-and-insert multiplexer with
up to 252 VC-12 drop capability
—Robust environmental design
—Utility hardened
—Supports two fibre linear applications, self-healing D-P rings,
multiple rings and rings plus spurs
—Supports multiple STM-1 or STM-4 rings interconnected through
synchronous TIE links
—Extremely fast path protection switching (<3 ms)
—1310 nm and 1550 nm optical interfaces available
—Economically scalable for all sizes of networks and sites with
varying service requirements
—System expansion, reconfiguration and maintenance are easily
performed with a minimum of system downtime, travel expense
and equipment
—Improves reliability through integration of all network requirements into a common package
—NMS allows visibility of network traffic down to each individual
64 kb/s channel
—Optional video control system package
—Optional SNMP Network Management System (NMS) interface
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—Ethernet WAN
—Video, voice, data and teleprotection
—Channelized E1
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VistaNET™ Network Management System (NMS)
VistaNET™, the next generation of software tools to manage GE Multilin™’s JungleMUX SONET and T1, TN1U and
TN1Ue SDH Multiplexers
Key Benefits
—Remote configuration, monitoring and testing of all common
equipment and telecommunication service interface units at
any node in the system, minimizes disruption and maintenance
costs
—Simultaneous configuration and monitoring by more than one
user, distributes network administration and maintenance
responsibilities
—Time stamped logging of alarms and intelligent processing of
alarm lists, assists in identifying hard-to-find problems, facilitates alarm acknowledgement and provides immediate update
on current system status
—Recording of network configuration changes provides an audit
trail for future reference
—Single integrated system view for interconnected and discrete
network segments simplifies management
—Security is enhanced through a multi-level password and privilege system with automatic expiration interval, controlled by a
system administrator
—Optical status information and BER statistics provide preliminary
indications of system level problems, such as fiber cable and
equipment component degradation
VistaNET™ Components
—VistaNET™ Local Access (VLA) is a thrifty, rudimentary NMS
solution ideal for small networks
—VistaNET™ Network Interface (VNI) is the standard NMS offering,
providing remote configuration and monitoring of Lentronics
Multiplexer optical networks
—VistaNET™ Serial Communication Port Expansion is a RTU license
offered for each additional VNI serial communication port
connection privilege. This license is required when further
redundancy is needed, or a new network segment is added to
the system
—VistaNET™ Server Application (VSA) provides a single instance
RTU license for the VistaNET™ server gateway application to run
on a Windows 2000, NT or XP PC or LAN server computer
—IP Service Unit (IPSU) is the IP version of the JungleMUX service
unit, but contains an embedded computer and server gateway
software package, as well as a TCP/IP Ethernet connection for
NMS access
—VistaNET™ SNMP Agent (VSNMP). Enhances any VistaNET™
service with SNMP functionality. When enabled, the VistaNET™
session converts VistaNET™ alarms into SNMP traps (ver1.0
and/or 2.0) and forwards them to a user-defined list of SNMP
managers (via UDP/IP). The agent supports GET commands of
Active and Clear alarms
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/VistaNET to:
—Log into User website
—Download software
—Request more information
—View Multiplexer brochures
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VistaNET™ Network Management System (NMS)
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VistaNET™ Network Interface (VNI)
8645-01
• Standard NMS offering
• Remote configuration and monitoring
of rings, nodes and units
• Provides two serial communication port connection privileges
from a PC or laptop to network segments
• VistaNET™ Local Access (VLA) RTU license included
• Provides for VNI client functionality in client-server TCP/IP Ethernet
NMS implementation
VistaNET™ Local Access (VLA)
86456-02
• Thrifty, rudimentary NMS offering for small networks
• Local configuration and troubleshooting of units
• Remote monitoring of rings, nodes and units
• RTU license per node
• Provides two serial communication port connections privileges
from a PC or laptop to network segments and local units
• Included with VNI RTU license
VistaNET™ Upgrade from JNCI/TNCI
86456-03
• License for upgrading from JNCI/TNCI to VistaNET
VistaNET™ Server Application (VSA)
86456-04
• Creates client-server TCP/IP Ethernet NMS environment for
a network segment
• Provides server gateway functionality from a PC or LAN server
computer, when a NMS serial communications port connection
to a network segment is required
• Provides one serial communication port connection privilege to
the network segment and up to three TCP/IP Ethernet connection
privileges for VNI clients
• Single instance of VSA required for each serial communications port
connection to a network segment
• RTU license per instance of VSA
• Each VSA instance supports up to 50 nodes
VNI Serial Communication Port Expansion
86456-05
• RTU license for one additional VNI serial communication port
connection privilege to a network segment
VNI Serial Communication Port Expansion
86456-06
• Provides SNMP functionality
IP Service Unit (IPSU)
B86434-03
• Downloadable option selectable from website
• Each IPSU supports up to 25 nodes
• Multiple IPSUs per network segment provide redundancy
Equipped with VistaNET™ Server Package
84634-51 (Downloadable)
• Creates client-server TCP/IP Ethernet NMS environment
(downloadable) for a network segment
• VSP server gateway functionality embedded within IPSU
• Provides up to three TCP/IP connection privileges for VNI clients
Equipped with SNMP Support Package
86434-61 (Downloadable)
• Provides UDP/IP Ethernet NMS connection from a network
(downloadable) segment to a third-party SNMP Manager
Ordering
To order GE Multilin™ Multiplexer Family products please refer to the sales offices listing at the back of the catalog. Any individual contact listing
with the annotation (T) for Telecommunications, can provide you with product and pricing information.
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GE MDS Industrial Wireless Solutions
Networking License-Free Point to Multipoint
MDS Mercury 900™ - License-free Industrial Broadband
Multimegabit Industrial Mobility Solutions
Multi-megabit speed and long range allows multiple services on one infrastructure. The
Mercury 900™ is an industrial wireless Ethernet solution with advanced cyber-security.
Featuring Quality of Service, Mercury can be optimized for your specific application,
whether mobile data, video surveillance, VoIP, or SCADA polling, or multiple applications
on the same network.
MDS NETio™ - Wireless Analog and Discrete I/O
Tremendous Flexibility and Expandability Dramatically Extends Industrial Networking
Align your throughput and distance requirements with the most uniquely scalable
wireless solution— the MDS NETio™. Reduce wiring and termination costs between
controllers and remote I/O points. The NETio regenerates I/O signals or can carry serial
and or IP/Ethernet payload and I/O. Address the I/O directly with protocols including
Modbus, Modbus TCP, DNP.3 and more. Expansion modules and wireless expansion
(WeXP) permit accommodation of a user’s I/O count and distance requirements.
MDS iNET-II 900™ - 1 Mbps, License-free
The Industry Leader At Megabit Speeds
Megabit speed, exceptional range, and enhanced security are the benefits of the MDS
iNET-II 900™. Industrial-grade performance allows the iNET-II to function robustly in
extended temperature ranges and in more extreme environments, while Ethernet and
serial interfaces permit the smooth migration of existing or legacy serial devices to IP
networks. The iNET-II is well suited to both fixed and mobile applications and provides the
lowest cost of ownership.
MDS iNET 900™ - License Free
The Standard-Bearer for Industrial Wireless License-Free Networking
The longest-range high-speed industrial wireless solution in its class, the MDS iNET 900™‚
offers multiple layers of cyber security and industrial-grade performance. Offering robust
operation in greater temperature ranges and more extreme environments, the iNET
delivers both Ethernet and serial interfaces and enables the smooth migration of existing
serial devices into an IP network.
MDS entraNET™ at 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz and the EZ Remote
Extended Range IP Networking
The MDS entraNET 900™ is an exceptionally long-range frequency hopping wireless
solution, offering robust performance in extreme environmental conditions while keeping
power consumption low and data rates high. Both serial and Ethernet devices can
communicate in peer-to-peer mode and connect to an IP network—all with multiple
layers of cyber security. The end result is reduced cost of deployment for systems that
bring mission-critical, revenue-generating data from assets such as oil and gas wells,
compressor stations, pipelines, and fluid storage tanks over Ethernet or a serial gateway
and onto IP-based networks.
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MDS Industrial Wireless Solutions
Wideband License-Free Point to Point
MDS FIVE.8™ - License-free, Scalable to 100 Mbps and Multiple T1/E1s
Highly Efficient High-Speed Backhaul Solutions
The MDS FIVE.8™ balances exceptional system gain with outstanding spectral efficiency
and channel availability to provide the best overall network connectivity in the industry.
Self-healing redundancy makes the FIVE Series more reliable than traditional point-topoint networks, and automatically adjusts transmit power in response to interference,
simplifying deployment and network management. The FIVE.8 can be used for network
aggregation, backhaul or to extend an existing network.
Wideband Licensed Point to Point
MDS LEDR™ - 400 MHz, 900 MHz and 1.4 GHz Licensed Point-to-Point Solutions
Scalable, Secure Backhaul Solutions
These radios are designed to operate in a point-to-point environment with a wide
range of applications. They are especially effective for telecommunications access
and transport links, wireless backbones for SCADA systems, and for use as backhaul
to extend existing telecommunication channels.
LEDR Subrate Series
The Subrate LEDR™ microwave radio family provides full duplex, scalable bandwidth, and
capacity from 64 kbps to 768 kbps in a 200 kHz channel. The Subrate LEDR is designed to
connect to any industry standard EIA-530, V.35, fractional T1 or E1 source. Available in
protected configurations with front panel displays, integrated HTML web servers, and
SNMP Network Management systems, these radios offer easy management and
monitoring of your entire wireless network.
LEDR Full Rate Series
The Full Rate LEDR™ microwave radio family provides full duplex, scalable bandwidth, and
capacity from 1 X E1 (2.048 Mbps) in a 500 kHz channel up to a 4 X E1 (8.192 Mbps) in a 2 MHz
channel. The Full Rate LEDR is designed to connect to any industry standard E1 G.703 source.
Narrowband Licensed Point to Multipoint
MDS Transceiver Series x710
The Long-Range Industry Workhorse
The MDS x710 Transceiver Series is a price/performance leader for licensed radios in the
220-222 MHz, 220-240 MHz, 330-512 MHz, and 800-960 MHz frequency ranges. These
radios provide excellent throughput and exceptional range for a wide variety of multiple
address systems. Transparent, direct asynchronous communication offers real-time
communications capabilities, and no additional software or programming is necessary to
implement solutions using standard asynchronous protocols. With its exceptional design,
the Transceiver Series offers excellent performance—even when confronted with
interference or challenging signal paths.
MDS Master Station Series x790
New Standards for Excellence
The MDS Master Station Series is available in the 330-512 MHz and 800-960 MHz
frequency ranges, and may be configured for full duplex, half-duplex or simplex
operation. Available in a number of redundant configurations, the Master Station Series
radio is configurable as a master station or remote radio. The Master Station also delivers
increased throughput and longer-range alternatives for Multiple Address Systems needs.
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MDS Industrial Wireless Solutions
Narrowband License-Free Point to Multipoint
MDS TransNET 900™and MDS TransNET 2400™
Reliable Serial Communications for Complex SCADA Requirements
Today’s SCADA/Telemetry systems require the transmission of large amounts of data at
ever increasing speeds. The MDS TransNET 900™ is an extremely flexible serial radio,
offering frequency hopping operation and data rates as high as 115.2 kbps. Featuring a
sleep mode that is well suited to solar-powered applications, store and forward
capabilities and unparalleled robustness, the TransNET sets new standards for reliable,
long-range wireless data transmission.
Other MDS Products
MDS SCADAcrypt™ —Protect Your Critical Serial Data with AES 256 Bit Encryption
Legacy Networks, Munitions-Grade Security
The MDS SCADAcrypt™ secures your entire wireless network from the originating device to the host on point-to-point or point-tomultipoint links. Strengthen security at your own pace by adding new units as needed; a single command from the web server interface
enables system-wide security. Simple, reliable, impenetrable.
MDS InSite™ and MDS NETview™—Proactive Network Management and Diagnostics
Wireless Networking@Your Command
MDS InSite™ is designed for comprehensive field diagnostics or daily monitoring from a central location. The MDS NETview MS™ uses the
SNMP industry standard protocols and allows performance monitoring, configuration, and control of MDS equipment and other SNMP
devices.
Spectrum Leasing
Leasing Options for Robust Solutions and Rapid Deployment
MDS 900 MHz Licensed Channels for lease allow immediate deployment of an MDS Licensed network. Ask us about leasing arrangements for rapid solutions deployment.
Accessories
A Full Range of Wireless Products
Additional wireless solutions include: MDS Packaged Radios, the OEM series, licensed point to multipoint IP radios, MDS Multiplexers and
the MDS ClearWave™ Antennas.
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Multilink Ethernet Communication Switches
Ethernet Communications for Industrial Automation, Power Utility, and Traffic Control markets
Key Benefits
The MultiLink family is a line of Industrial and Substation Hardened
Ethernet Switches that will provide you with secure, reliable communications with all of your critical infrastructure devices.
Designed to meet the unique requirements of the Protection and
Control Industry the MultiLink Ethernet Switches will ensure your
communications network is always available, even under the
worst environmental and transient conditions.
Ability to Withstand Harsh Environments
—IEC61850-3 compliant for harsh substation environments
—IEEE 1613 Class 2 compliant for transient immunity
—IP 40 rated for environmental protection
— -40°C to +85°C Operating temperature without fans
ML3000
Managed Ethernet Switch with
Future 1588v2 Support
High Degree of Network and Management Security
—SNMPv3 Encryption
—Secure Web Management
—Remote Access Security
—Radius & TACACS+ for secure password authentication
Enhanced Reliability with Fast Fault Recovery
—Network Ring Recovery of less than 5ms per switch
—Link-Loss-Alert for detecting broken 10Mbit & 100Mbit
fiber connections
—Redundant power supplies with mixed inputs voltages available
ML2400
19" Rack-mounted Managed Switch
Simple Switch Configuration and System Integration
—Powerful web interface for entire switch configuration
—Enhanced web statistics simplifying troubleshooting
—Modbus TCP/IP support for Monitoring & System Integration
Support of all Common Network Communication Ports
—10Mbit, 100Mbit, 1000Mbit Ports
—ST, SC, LC, and MTRJ Multimode and Singlemode Fiber Optics
—10/100Mbit Auto-negotiating RJ45 Copper Ports
—Copper and Fiber Optic Gigabit Ports
ML1600
9" Panel-mounted Managed Switch
ML600
Unmanaged Compact Switch
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ML3000
Managed Ethernet Switch with Future 1588v2 Support
Key Benefits
—High density substation Ethernet switch
—Up to 36 ports copper
—Up to 18 ports fiber
—Power over Ethernet capable, supports up to 32 ports PoE
reducing wiring complexity and cost
—1588v2 ready for high precision timing applications, such as
synchrophasor and IEC 61850 Process Bus
Applications
—Enables high speed, redundant connections to GE’s Multilin™
Universal Relays
—Merging units, synchrophasor, and high precision timing
applications
—Power over Ethernet allows easy cabling for VoIP telephones,
badge readers and surveillance cameras
Features
Managed Networks
—Future 1588v2 timing support
—Supports SNMPv3 with full backwards compatibility for
v1 and v2
—Traffic segregation and prioritization control via IEEE 802.1p
and IEEE 802.1Q
—Hardware and software alarm contacts for detection of critical
network or switch events
—LLDP to support topology discovery in Network Management
Systems (NMS)
Ease-of-Use
—Support for industrial protocols (e.g. Modbus)
—IP out-of-the-box for easy installation and initial setup
—Simple but powerful web management interface for all
configuration functions
Industrially Hardened
—UL listed/CE agency approved
—IEC 61850 and IEEE 1613 approval for operation in electric
substation environments
—Redundant and mixed power supply options for increased
reliability
—Harsh chemical environment options ensure product function
and viability
Secure
—Secure management via SSL
—Port security prevents unauthorized devices from gaining
access to the network
—Multi-level passwords with levels of privilege and command for
different users or groups
—Complete event logging for forensic and regulatory auditing
and reporting
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ML3000
Managed Ethernet Switch with Future 1588v2 Support
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Rear Mounted Ports
Single Integrated 90 to 250V AC/DC Power Supply
Dual Integrated 90 to 250V AC/DC Power Supplies
Single Integrated 22 to 60 VDC Power Supply
Dual Integrated 22 to 60 VDC Power Supplies
Single Integrated 22 to 60 VDC Power Supply with PoE Support
Dual Integrated 22 to 60 VDC Power Supply with PoE Support
Combination of a 90 to 250V AC/DC and a 22 to 60 VDC Power Supply
2x 1000 Mbits RJ-45 Fixed Ports
2x 1000 Mbit SFP, LC Connector, multimode Fiber, 550m
2x 1000 Mbit SFP, LC Connector, singlemode Fiber, 2km
2x 1000 Mbit SFP, LC Connector, singlemode Fiber, 10km
2x 1000 Mbit SFP, LC Connector, singlemode Fiber, 25km
2x 1000 Mbit SFP, LC Connector, singlemode Fiber, 40km
2x 1000 Mbit SFP, LC Connector, singlemode Fiber, 70km
2x 1000 Mbit SFP ports (no transceivers) empty cage
None
4x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
4x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper with PoE*
4x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper with PoE+*
2x 10Mbit - ST
2x 100Mbit - ST mm Fiber
2x 100Mbit - SC mm Fiber
4x 100Mbit - LC mm Fiber
4x 100Mbit - MTRJ mm Fiber
2x 100Mbit - SC sm Fiber 20km
4x 100Mbit - LC sm Fiber 20km
2x 100Mbit - SC sm Fiber 40km
4x 100Mbit - LC sm Fiber 40km
4x 100Mbit SFP ports (no transceivers) empty cage
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~ Slots 1 and 2 are for Gigabit Ports
~ Slots 3 through 10 are for 100Mbps or 10Mbps ports
~ Maximum fiber count is 18 ports when fiber is placed in slots 1,3,5,7 and 9
~ Otherwise maximum fiber count is 16 ports
~ If 1588 timing is selected in a slot, both top and bottom slots must support 1588. For example
if Slot 3 is 1588v2 capable, then Slot 4 must also be 1588v2 capable or blank
~ PoE power supply options must be selected in order to support PoE or PoE+ modules
DC Power Supply Range for PoE Applications:
~ PoE 802.3af: 48 VDC Power Input (range 45 to 57 VDC)
~ PoE+ 802.3at: 48 VDC Power Input (range 52 to 56 VDC)
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Multilink Ethernet Switches
ML2400 Managed Ethernet Switch
The MultiLink ML2400 is a 19” Rack Mountable hardened Managed Ethernet Switch that is designedspecifically for use in Industrial Facilities, Substations and Transportation environments. It will supply you with reliable, high-speed networking of all your mission critical applications and provide flexibility and security with easy to use management functions that are unsurpassed in the industry.
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Rear Mounted Ports
100-240 VAC Power Supply
110-250 VDC/100-240 VAC Power Supply
48 VDC Power Supply
No Redundant Power Supply
110-250 VDC/100-240 VAC Power Supply
48 VDC Power Supply
4 x 10 Mbit - ST mm Fiber
4 x 100 Mbit - ST mm Fiber
4 x 100 Mbit - SC mm Fiber
8 x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
2 x 10 Mbit - ST mm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
2 x 100 Mbit - ST mm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
2 x 100 Mbit - SC mm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
2 x 100 Mbit - SC sm Fiber 20km + 4 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
4 x 100 Mbit - LC mm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
8 x 100 Mbit - LC mm Fiber
4 x 100 Mbit - LC sm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
8 x 100 Mbit - LC sm Fiber
2 x 100 Mbit - LC sm Fiber + 6 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
2 x 10 Mbit - ST mm Fiber + 2 x 100 Mbit - ST mm Fiber
8 x 100 Mbit - MTRJ mm Fiber
4 x 100 Mbit - MTRJ mm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
2 x 100 Mbit - MTRJ mm Fiber + 6 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
1 x 1000 Mbit - SC mm Fiber 2km + 2 x 100 Mbit - SC mm Fiber
1 x 1000 Mbit - SC mm Fiber 2km + 4 x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
2 x 1000 Mbit - SC mm Fiber 2km
1 x 1000 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
1 x 1000 Mbit - SC mm Fiber 2km
1 x 1000 Mbit - SC sm Fiber 10 km
1 x 1000 Mbit - RJ45 Copper + 2 x 100 Mbit - SC mm Fiber
1 x 1000 Mbit - RJ45 Copper + 4 x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
2 x 1000 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
1 x 1000 Mbit - SC sm Fiber 10km + 2 x 100 Mbit - SC mm Fiber
1 x 1000 Mbit - SC sm Fiber 10km + 4 x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
2 x 1000 Mbit - SC sm Fiber 10km
Standard Environment
Harsh Chemical Environment Option
F
B
Power Supply
AC
HI
LO
Redundant Power Supply
XX
HI
LO
Modules
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
AA
AB
AC
AD
AE
AF
AH
AJ
AK
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G8
GC
GD
GE
GF
GH
GJ
Harsh Environment
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
AA
AB
AC
AD
AE
AF
AH
AJ
AK
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G8
GC
GD
GE
GF
GH
GJ
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
AA
AB
AC
AD
AE
AF
AH
AJ
AK
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G8
GC
GD
GE
GF
GH
GJ
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
AA
AB
AC
AD
AE
AF
AH
AJ
AK
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G8
GC
GD
GE
GF
GH
GJ
Accessories for the ML2400
Industrial Power System
Communications Learning CD
TRCD-ICOM-C-S-1
MultiNet™
Multinet-FE
EnerVista™ Integrator
EVI-1000
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—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications Notes and support documents
—Buy a ML2400 online
—View the Multilink Family brochure
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Multilink Ethernet Switches
ML1600 Managed Ethernet Switch
The MultiLink ML1600 is a 9” Panel Mounted hardened Managed Ethernet Switch that is designed specifically for use in Industrial
Facilities, Substations, and Transportation environments. It will supply you with reliable, high speed networking of all your mission
critical applications and provide flexibility and security with easy to use management functions that are unsurpassed in the industry.
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Module
Power Supply
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**
-
**
A
**
B
-
*
Base Unit
X
H
100-240 VAC Power Supply
110-250 VDC/100-240 VAC Power Supply
48 VDC Power Supply
4 x 10 Mbit - ST mm Fiber
4 x 100 Mbit - ST mm Fiber
4 x 100 Mbit - SC mm Fiber
8 x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
2 x 10 Mbit - ST mm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
2 x 100 Mbit - ST mm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
2 x 100 Mbit - SC mm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
2 x 100 Mbit - SC sm Fiber 20km + 4 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
4 x 100 Mbit - LC mm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
8 x 100 Mbit - LC mm Fiber
4 x 100 Mbit - LC sm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
8 x 100 Mbit - LC sm Fiber
2 x 100 Mbit - LC sm Fiber + 6 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
2 x 10 Mbit - ST mm Fiber + 2 x 100 Mbit - ST mm Fiber
8 x 100 Mbit - MTRJ mm Fiber
4 x 100 Mbit - MTRJ mm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
2 x 100 Mbit - MTRJ mm Fiber + 6 x 10/100 Mbit RJ45 Copper
1 x 1000 Mbit - SC mm Fiber 2km + 2 x 100 Mbit - SC mm Fiber
1 x 1000 Mbit - SC mm Fiber 2km + 4 x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
2 x 1000 Mbit - SC mm Fiber 2km
1 x 1000 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
1 x 1000 Mbit - SC mm Fiber 2km
1 x 1000 Mbit - SC sm Fiber 10 km
1 x 1000 Mbit - RJ45 Copper + 2 x 100 Mbit - SC mm Fiber
1 x 1000 Mbit - RJ45 Copper + 4 x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
2 x 1000 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
1 x 1000 Mbit - SC sm Fiber 10km + 2 x 100 Mbit - SC mm Fiber
1 x 1000 Mbit - SC sm Fiber 10km + 4 x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
2 x 1000 Mbit - SC sm Fiber 10km
Standard Environment
Harsh Chemical Environment Option
AC
HI
LO
Modules
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
AA
AB
AC
AD
AE
AF
AH
AJ
AK
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G8
GC
GD
GE
GF
GH
GJ
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
AA
AB
AC
AD
AE
AF
AH
AJ
AK
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G8
GC
GD
GE
GF
GH
GJ
Harsh Environment
Accessories for the ML1600
Industrial Power System
Communications Learning CD
TRCD-ICOM-C-S-1
MultiNet™
Multinet-FE
EnerVista™ Integrator
EVI-1000
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—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications Notes and support documents
—Buy a ML1600 online
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Communications
Multilink Ethernet Switches
ML600 Compact Ethernet Switch
The MultiLink ML600 is a Compact Unmanaged Ethernet Switch that is ideal for Industrial Facilities, Substations, and Transportation environments that have few Ethernet devices in one location. As a very cost effective solution, the ML600 will supply you with high speed
networking in your harsh environments and is equipped with Link Loss Learn (LLL) that allows for use in redundant architectures thus
ensuring you will always have access to your devices.
Ordering
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Power Supply
-
**
AC
HI
LO
-
Modules
**
XX
B1
B2
B3
B4
-
Base Unit
External 100 - 240 VAC Adaptor
30 - 60 VDC Power Supply
10 - 36 VDC Power Supply
None
6 x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
2 x 100 Mbit - ST mm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
2 x 100 Mbit - SC mm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
2 x 100 Mbit - SC sm Fiber + 4 x 10/100 Mbit - RJ45 Copper
Accessories for the ML600
Industrial Power System
Communications Learning CD
TRCD-ICOM-C-S-1
MultiNet™
Multinet-FE
EnerVista™ Integrator
EVI-1000
* Additional modules and configurations available. Please see the Online Store for the latest module availability.
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/ML600 to:
—View Guideform specifications
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications Notes and support documents
—Buy a ML600 online
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Communications
Media and Protocol Converters
Multinet™
page 22-188
MultiNet™ is a communications module that provides GE Multilin™ serial ModBus IEDs with
ModBus TCP/IP communications over Ethernet, allowing connection to fiber optic LAN
and WAN network systems.
F485
page 22-189
The F485 is a self-contained device for converting between RS232, RS485 and fiber optic
signals. The F485 is electrically isolated to improve communications in noisy
environments.
D485
page 22-189
The D485 Modbus to DeviceNet Converter acts as a gateway between a Modbus RTU
network and a DeviceNet network. Integration of Modbus devices into DeviceNet
networks is enabled without loss of functionality, control, and reliability, both when
retrofitting to existing equipment as well as when setting up new installations.
P485
page 22-189
The P485 Modbus to Profibus Converter acts as a gateway between a Modbus RTU
network and a Profibus-DP network. Integration of Modbus devices into Profibus
networks is enabled without loss of functionality, control, and reliability, both when
retrofitting to existing equipment as well as when setting up new installations.
USB to Serial
page 22-189
This cable is the solution for users who want to communicate with GE Multilin™ IEDs via
PCs that have USB communication ports. Using this cable is quick and easy. Simply install
the cable driver on your PC, plug in the cable and you are ready to communicate.
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Communications
Multinet™ Serial to Ethernet Converter
Ethernet communications made simple for any GE Multilin™ IED
Key Benefits
—Converts Modbus RTU over RS485 into Modbus TCP/IP
over Ethernet
—Supports both 10BaseT and 10BaseF fiber connections
—Connect up to 32 RS485 serial devices to an Ethernet network
—Modbus TCP/IP provides multiple SCADA masters allowing
simultaneous communications to the same IED
—Flexible mounting options allow retrofit to existing devices.
—Industrial hardened for utility and industrial applications
—Simple “plug & play“ device setup with EnerVista™ software
Applications
Provides Modbus TCP/IP communications to the following Multilin
devices:
—PQM / PQM II - Power Quality Meter
—SR Family IEDs
—M Family IEDs
—ALPS - Advanced Line Protection System
—DDS Family IEDs
—Other Modbus RTU compatible devices
—Includes EnerVista™ software - an industry-leading suite of
software tools that simplifies every aspect of working with
GE Multilin™ devices
Features
User Interfaces
—10BaseT: RJ45 connection
—10BaseF: 820 nm, multi-mode, fiber optic with ST connector
—RS485 2-wire, half duplex, isolated
Mounting
Ordering
MultiNet™
*
Description
MultiNet™
*
Modbus RTU to Modbus TCP/IP converter with RS485 Comm.RS232 comm port
10BaseT ethernet port and 10BaseF fiber port
FE
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/Multinet to:
—Watch MultiNet™ installation video
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a MultiNet™ online
—View the MultiNet™ brochure
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Communications
Media & Protocol Converters
F485
Isolated RS232 to RS485 to Fiber Optic Converter
—Versatile, simple design in a
self-contained unit
—Simplifies communications between IEDs
computers and other equipment
—Direct or modem communications
—Electrically isolated for reliable communications in noisy environments
—Up to 57,600 bps communication rate
—Operates with multimode fiber optic cables
—120 or 220 VAC adapter included
—Additional power supply terminals accept
external 9 VAC/VDC source
—Two mounting configurations
—Internal switches for selecting signal
conversion type
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/F485 to:
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support
documents
—Buy a F485 online
D485
Modbus to DeviceNet Converter
—Integrate GE protective relays, meters or
other Modbus-compliant devices into
DeviceNet networks
—Easy-to-use, PC-based EnerVista™ Setup
Software for simple configuration
—Connects up to 10 Modbus devices to a
DeviceNet network
—Supports DeviceNet “Adapter” functionality (Profile Number 12)
—Supports DeviceNet baud rates 125 Kbps,
250 Kbps and 500 Kbps
—Supports up to 50 Modbus Transactions
—Connects to DeviceNet network using 5-pin
linear DeviceNet plug
—Supports Modbus baud rate of 1200bps
to 57600bps
—Modbus interfaces supported: RS232,
RS422 RS485
—DIN-rail mountable
—24 VDC input power
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/D485 to:
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support
documents
—Buy a D485 online
P485
Modbus to Profibus Converter
—Integrate GE protective relays, meters or
other Modbus-compliant devices into
Profibus networks
—Easy-to-use, PC-based EnerVista™ Setup
Software for simple configuration
—Connects up to 10 Modbus devices to a
Profibus network
—Complete Profibus-DP slave functionality
as per IEC61158
—Supports Profibus baud rate of 9.6Kbps to
12 Mbps
—Profibus interface supported: RS485
—Supports Modbus baud rate of 1200bps
to 57600bps
—Modbus interfaces supported: RS232,
RS422 RS485
—Supports up to 50 Modbus Transactions
—DIN-rail mountable
—24 VDC input power
—CE, UL and cUL certified
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/P485 to:
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support
documents
—Buy a P485 online
USB to Serial
USB to Serial Cable Converter
—Designed for high speed transmissions for
optimal performance
—Premium quality, flexible 6 ft long cable
—Ergonomic molding for easy connections
—RS-232C standard compliant
—Powered by your computer’s USB bus
—DB 9 male connector
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—Review applications notes and support
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Power Sensing
Instrument Transformers
Low Voltage Current Transformers – 600 Volt Class Indoor Type
Split Core Current Transformers
Applications
—Energy management
—Load surveys
—Sub metering
Features
—Window sizes from 0.75 x 0.75 to 12 x 30
inches
—Ratios from 100:5A to 10,000:5A
—Voltage output available
—Weather proof model available
—UL Recognized and CSA Approved
Auxiliary Current Transformers
Applications
—Designed for use in the secondary of
main current transformers to change the
ratio for metering or relaying applications
Features
—Several models available
—Wound primary up to 50A
—IEEE or IEC metering and relay class
—Summation CT’s up to six secondaries
—UL Recognized and CSA Approved
Three Phase Current Transformers
Applications
—Three phase metering and motor overload protection
Features
—Over 50 models available
—Saves space and reduces installation time
—Zero sequence core in the same package
available for most models
—Ratios from 50:5A to 4000:5A
—UL Recognized and CSA Approved
Current Transformers
Applications
—For use with ammeters in panelboards,
control panels and engine generators
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—Wide range of window sizes
—Ratios 50:5A to 2000:5A
—1 Amp secondaries are available
—Supplied with leads or terminals
—Integral feet or mounting brackets
available
—UL Listed and CSA Approved
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Power Sensing
Instrument Transformers
Low Voltage Current Transformers – 600 Volt Class Indoor Type
Current Transformers
Applications
—For metering and relaying applications in
low voltage switchboards, switchgear and
motor control
Features
—Wide range of window sizes
—Ratios 50:5A to 6000:5A
—1 Amp secondaries are available
—Supplied with leads or terminals
—Multi ratios model available
—Designed to meet IEEE C57. 13
or IEC 60044-1
—UL listed and CSA Approved
Applications
—Designed for specific mount applications
in low and medium voltage switchgear
Features
—Wide range of window sizes
—Ratios 50:5A to 6000:5A
—1 Amp secondaries are available
—Multi ratios model available
—Designed to meet IEEE C57. 13
—UL listed and CSA Approved
Current Transformers
Current Transformers
Features
Applications
—For ammeters, wattmeters, and cross cur- —Wide range of window sizes
—Ratios 50:5A to 6000:5A
rent compensation applications
—1 Amp secondaries are available
—Supplied with leads or terminals
—Integral feet or mounting
brackets available
—UL Listed and CSA Approved
Ground Fault Sensors
Applications
—To sense zero sequence ground
fault currents
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Features
—Window sizes up to 30x 10 inches
are available
—Ratios 50:5A and up
—Special ratios and physical sizes built to
customer specifications
—UL Recognized and CSA Approved
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Power Sensing
Instrument Transformers
Low Voltage Current Transformers – 600 Volt Class Indoor Type
Ground Fault Sensors Type HGF
Applications
—Designed to match the ground fault input
of GE Multilin™ motor protection relays
Features
—Window sizes 3.75” , 5.75” or 8.13”
—Ratio 50:0.025A 60 Hz
—IEC versions also available
—UL and CUL recognized
Applications
—Designed for operation of meters
and instruments
—Utility metering
—Mounts directly on busbars or padmount
transformer spade
Features
—Window sizes 3.46” x 4.16”
—Ratios 200:5 to 4000:5
—Meet ANSI C12 size and mounting
Applications
—Designed for operation of meters
and instruments
—Utility metering small window
Features
—Designed for outdoor service
—Encapsulated in cast polyurethane resin
—Compression type terminals
—Ratios from 100:5A to 800:5A
—Dual ratio models available
—Engraved aluminum name plate
—Meet ANSI C12 size and mounting
Applications
—Designed for operation of meters
and instruments
—Utility metering large window
Features
—Designed for outdoor service
—Compression type terminals
—Ratios from 200:5A to 4000:5A
—Dual ratio models available
—Engraved aluminum name plate
—Meet ANSI C12 size and mounting
Current Transformers
Current Transformers
Current Transformers
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Power Sensing
Instrument Transformers
Low Voltage Potential Transformers – 600 Volt Class Indoor Type
Voltage Transformers
Applications
—For single phase voltage measurement in
AC power systems
Features
—Resin cast moulded plastic cases
—Integral fuses available on some models
—Designed to meet IEEE C57.13
—50Hz design available
—UL Recognized and CSA Approved
Applications
—For three phase voltage measurement in
AC power systems
Features
—Resin cast moulded plastic cases
—Integral fuses available on some models
—Designed to meet IEEE C57.13
—50Hz design available
—UL Recognized and CSA Approved
Applications
—Designed for indoor and outdoor service;
suitable for operation meters, instrument
transformers, relays, and control devices.
—Utility metering
Features
—Housed in a resin filled plastic case
—Compression type terminals
—50Hz design available
—Transparent plastic terminals cover
—Engraved aluminum nameplate
—Designed to meet IEEE C57.13
Voltage Transformers
JVA Voltage Transformers
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Instrument Transformers
Bushing Current Transformers – 600 Volt Class
Cast Resin Unit
Applications
—For use over bushings of power transformers and dead tank circuit breakers
—For metering and relaying applications
Features
—Indoor or outdoor service
—600V class to IEEE C57.13 or IEC 60044-1
—Ratios 50:5 to 25000:5
—Single and multi ratios available
—Optional ground shield available
Applications
—Designed to customers specifications for
metering and relaying applications
—High voltage circuit breakers and power
transformers
Features
—600V class to IEEE C57.13 - 1993
—Single and multi ratio designs available
—Leads or terminals available
—Designs for use in oil are available
Applications
—Designed for mounting and stacking over
the bushings of large generators
—For metering and relaying applications
Features
—Ratios up to 40,000:5A
—1 Amp secondaries and IEC
design available
—600V class 50 or 60Hz
—Shield winding available
Taped Unit
Board Mounted Unit
Medium Voltage Current and Potential Transformers – 5kV o 38kV Indoor Type
Voltage Transformers
Applications
—Indoor voltage transformers for metering
and relaying applications in AC power
systems
Features
—Vacuum cast polyurethane resin
—Designed to meet IEEE C57.13
—5kV to 34.5kV with BIL rating up to 200kV
—UL Recognized and CSA Approved
Applications
—Indoor current transformers for metering
and relaying applications in AC power
systems
Features
—Vacuum cast polyurethane resin
—Designed to meet IEEE C57.13
—5kV to 34.5kV with BIL rating up to 200kV
—UL Recognized and CSA Approved
Current Transformers
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Power Sensing
Instrument Transformers
Control Power Transformers – 5kV to 38kV Indoor Type
Single Phase Cast Coil Transformers
Applications
—To provide control power in medium
voltage switchgear
Features
—Vacuum cast primary coil using
epoxy resin
—Single phase rating from 5 kVA
to 37.5 kVA
—Voltage rating 5 to 15 kV and BIL rating to
95 kV BIL
Applications
—To provide control power in medium
voltage switchgear
—Generator neutral grounding transformer
Features
—Vacuum cast primary and secondary coils
using epoxy resin
—Single phase rating from 25 kVA to 75 kVA
—Voltage rating 5 to 34.5kV and BIL rating
to 150 kV BIL
Application
—To provide control power in medium
voltage switchgear
Features
—Vacuum cast using epoxy resin
—Three phase rating from 15 kVA to
150 kVA
—Voltage rating 5 to 34.5kV and BIL rating
to 150 kV BIL
—Horizontal and vertical mounting
available in some models
Applications
—Process control
—Industrial measurement
Features
—Models available for 5 to 600 primary
AC current
—Output 4-20 mA dc
—UL recognized
Single Phase Cast Coil Transformers
Three Phase Cast Coil Transformers
Current Transducers – 600 Volt Class
Current Transducers
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Power Sensing
Instrument Transformers
IEC-Rated Instrument Transformers
Current Transformers (Low Voltage)
Applications
—Suitable for measuring applications in AC
power systems
Features
—Available for indoor applications
—DIN rail mounting
—Designed to meet IEC 60044-1
—720V rated
Applications
—Suitable for measuring and protection
applications in AC power systems
Features
—Available for indoor or outdoor
applications
—Vacuum cast in epoxy resin
—Designed to meet IEC 60044-1
—Available from 12 to 36 kV
—Multiple core designs available for
measuring and protection in one package
Applications
—Suitable for measuring and protection
applications in AC power systems
Features
—Available for indoor or outdoor
applications
—Vacuum cast in epoxy resin
—Designed to meet IEC 60044-2
—Available from 12 to 36 kV
—Rated Voltage Factor: 1.2/1.9
(Continuous/8 hours
Current Transformers (Medium Voltage)
Voltage Transformers (Medium Voltage)
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/ITI to:
—View catalog sheets
—Review applications Notes and support documents
—Buy an instrument transformer online
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Accessories
Switches
SB-1 Control and Transfer Switches
Applications
—Control of electrically operated circuit
breakers, valves, motors, etc.
Rotary switch for circuit breaker
control, motor control or
instrument transfer.
Features
—Transfer current and potential to
instruments and relays
—Standard mounts on panels up to 3/16"
(up to 2" available)
—Up to 16 stages (32 contacts)
—Tandem mechanisms available
—Yale lock or locking handle available
—Silver to silver positive wiping action
contacts
—Rated 600 V, 20 A continuous (250 A for
three seconds)
—Palladium contacts for low level
instrument circuits available
—Pull-to-lock and pull-to-turn actions
available
—Up to 12 positions, 360° rotation
—Four types of escutcheons (switch face
plates)
—Eight types of fixed handles (black only)
—Three types of removable handles
—Maintained or spring return switch action
—NEMA 1 cover
—UL recognized
SB-9 Master Control Switches
Applications
—Steel mills, petroleum/chemical plants,
power plants, heavy industries
—Repetitive positive positioning operation
(thousands/week)
Rotary switch for frequent
control of circuit breaker, motor,
or magnetic switch.
Features
—Standard mounts on panels up to 3/16"
(up to 2" available)
—Up to 16 stages (32 contacts)
—Tandem mechanisms available
—Yale lock or locking handle available
—Silver to silver positive wiping action
contacts
—Rated 600 V, 20 A continuous (250 A for
three seconds)
—Palladium contacts for low level
instrument circuits available
—Pull-to-lock and pull-to-turn actions
available
—More positive positioning than SB-1
—Better insulation to ground than SB-1
—More substantial bearings than SB-1
—Up to 12 positions, 360° rotation
—Four types of escutcheons (switch face
plates)
—Eight types of fixed handles
—Three types of removable handles
—Maintained or spring return switch action
—NEMA 1 cover
—UL recognized
Series 95 Heavy Duty Rotary Switches
Applications
—Circuit breaker control switches
—Ammeter/voltmeter selector switches
—Lock-out relays (LOR)
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—Self cleaning silver plated contacts
—Standard 3 - hole mounting
—Pull -to - lock mechanism available
—Continuous 600v 30A rating
—UL Recognized and CUL
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Switches
SB-10 Control and Transfer Switches
Applications
—Control of electrically-operated circuit
breakers, valves, motors, etc.
—Transfer current and potential to
instruments and relays
Rotary / lateral switches for
circuit breaker control, motor
control or instrument transfer.
Features
—Lateral action eliminates second
separate switch
—Two electrically separate and mechanically
independent switches in one device
—Standard mounts on panels up to 3/16"
(up to 2" available)
—Up to 12 stages (24 contacts) of rotary
contacts (includes lateral and rotary)
—Up to four stages (eight contacts) of lateral
contacts (in-out action)
—Lateral action interlock with rotary
position available
—Tandem mechanisms available
—Yale lock above handle available
—Silver to silver positive wiping action
contacts
—Rated 600 V, 20 A continuous (250 A for
three seconds)
—Palladium contacts for low level instrument
circuits available
—Up to 12 rotary positions, 360° rotation
—Three escutcheons types (switch face
plates)
—Seven types of fixed handles
—Maintained or spring return switch action
—NEMA 1 cover
—UL recognized
SBM Control and Transfer Switches
Applications
—Control of electric-operated circuit
breakers, valves, motors, etc.
—Transfer current and potential to
instruments and relays
Rotary switch for circuit breaker
control, motor control or
instrument transfer.
Features
—Limited space applications
—Compact design
—Up to 10 stages (20 contacts)
—Double surface cams (one cam per
contact)
—Add-a-stage feature for adding up to
two stages
—Electrically separate and mechanically
independent doublebreak contacts
—Standard mounts on panels up to 1/4"
(up to 1.5" available)
—Rated 600 V, 20 A continuous
—Silver to silver positive wiping action
contacts
—Pull-to-lock action available
—Up to eight positions, 360° rotation
—Three types of escutcheons (switch face
plates)
—Eight types of fixed handles
—Three types of removable handles
—Handles to match SB-1 available
—Maintained or spring return switch action
—UL recognized
FT and RT Test Switch
Applications
—Multi - circuit testing of switchboard
relays, meters and Instruments
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—Semi - flush panel mounting
—Mounting base and cover
—Up To 10 Individual knife blade switches
—Clear cover and colored handles available
—UL Recognized and CUL
—Available as a rack mounted assembly
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Accessories
Indicator Lights
Terminal Blocks
ET-16 Incandescent Indicating Lights
—Various voltages and color caps available
116B407 Pullout Fuse Blocks
—Class J pullout blocks, available in two or
three-fuse modes
ET-16 LED Light Emitting Diodes
—Various voltages, LED colors and color
caps available
Terminal Blocks for Connecting Leads
—EB-25 - washerhead binding screws
—EB-26 - clamp type connectors
—EB-27 - short circuit strips
—IKU - Control wire termination, Rated for
600V, 50 Amp
ET-17 Neon Indicating Light
—Various voltages and color caps available
EB-1 Terminal Block
—Used where a high current rated
block is required
—Rated for 600 V – 100 A circuits
Test Equipment
EB-2 Terminal Block
515 Blocking and Test Module
—Used where a high current rated
block is required
—Rated for 600 V – 100 A circuits
—Provides an effective means of trip
blocking, relay isolation, and testing
of protective relays
PK-2 Test Block and Plugs
—Facilitates the testing of AC instruments,
meters and relays
EB-4 Terminal Block
—Provided with 2, 4 or 6 points
—Rated for 600 V – 30 A circuits
XCA Test Probes and Plugs
—Test probes and plugs for C-case
drawout relays
XLA Test Plugs
—Test plugs for drawout relays
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Test Equipment
RTT Desktop Test Set
Economical current, voltage, and digital input injection test set
Key Benefits
—Economical method for testing the operation of protection
relays, meters, and PLC’s
—Cost effective tools for performing hands on relay, meter, or
PLC training
—Real time control of relays and meter input including AC voltage,
AC current, digital inputs, and RTDs
—Provides a method for testing protective relay and meter
settings files before sending to the field for commissioning
—Effective tool for validating the operation of logic schemes
designed in protective relays and programmable
logic controllers
Features
—Single phase AC current injection
( 0 to 3 Amps @ 120 Vac input voltage )
( 0 to 6 Amps @ 240 Vac input voltage )
—Single phase AC voltage injection
( 0 to 40 Volts @ 120 Vac input voltage )
( 0 to 80 Volts @ 240 Vac input voltage )
—Force the status of 8 Digital Inputs ( Wet and Dry )
—Monitor the status of 2 Contact Outputs
—Control of 3 RTDs (Resistance Temperature Detectors)
( 110 to 160 Ohms )
—Removable Device Connection cables for easy switching
between multiple relays and meters
—UL Listed and CE Certified
—Operate at both 120 Vac and 240 Vac input power
—Includes detailed wiring diagrams for connecting to most GE
Multilin™ protective relaying and metering devices
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Test Equipment
RTT Desktop Test Set
Ordering
Base
RTT
Description
Desktop Test Set with one device connection cable
Accessories:
RTT-Cable
Additional device connection cable
Visit www.GEMultilin.com/RTT to:
—Download the instruction manual
—Review applications notes and support documents
—Buy a RTT online
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Software
EnerVista™ Suite
Designed to simplify every aspect of your workflow processes
Launchpad
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Device Setup & Document Management Toolset
Launchpad is the powerful toolset management engine for all of the support resources
needed for GE Multilin™ products, including setup software, manuals and firmware files.
The Launchpad subscription mechanism ensures that all of your necessary files are kept
up-to-date and most importantly you only receive updates on the information you are
interested in. The EnerVista™ Setup tools provide a consistent look-and-feel for all
GEMultilin devices, shortening the learning curve needed to be productive.
Viewpoint Engineer
page 22-206
Logic, IEC61850 System Configuration and Real-Time Monitoring
Viewpoint Engineer is the most advanced tool for protection & control engineers and
commissioning staff available. Use the full-featured Graphical Logic Designer to build and
annotate complex FlexLogic™ and then observe it in real-time with the Graphical Logic
Monitor. Use the System Designer option to design and annotate IEC61850 communication schemes, including ICD file import and SCD file export for non-GE IEDs.
Viewpoint Maintenance
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Security Auditing, Device and Asset Health Reporting and Fault Data Retrieval
Comprehensive Security Report outlines changes to device settings, including the MAC
address if the change was made via Ethernet for compliance with NERC Critical
Infrastructure Protection standards. Device and Asset Status Reports detail current and
historical health for both the IED and the asset being protected.
Viewpoint Monitoring
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Easy-to-Use Monitoring and Data Recording
Viewpoint Monitoring provides simplified monitoring of real-time data from all
GE Multilin™ using ready-made Plug-and-Play screens. Built-in data logger, alarm annunciator and time synchronization round out this HMI package. Third-party devices can be
incorporated using either generic Modbus RTU or Modbus TCP/IP or IEC61850 and
optional OPC server connectivity can link to existing facility DCS or SCADA systems.
Integrator
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Comprehensive Communication Engine for Rapid Integration
Seamless integration of GE Multilin™ devices into new or existing DCS, HMI or SCADA
systems and other data consumer applications (data historians, data visualization tools)
using standard open OPC connectivity.
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Software
EnerVista™ Launchpad
Device Setup, Document and Site Management Toolset
The EnerVista™ Launchpad software is a powerful toolset used for
the complete support and management of Multilin products.
Support applications including product software, manuals, and
setting files management used to ensure your important files are
kept up-to-date and easily accessible. Site Management allows
you to properly maintain your asset and devices by providing realtime diagnostic data and reports.
Key Benefits
—Provides a simple and intuitive method for configuring all
Multilin devices
—Ensures setup software, manuals and other support documentation is available to you and is always up to date
—Supplies all the tools necessary for analyzing faults to get your
equipment back up and running
—Provides Asset and Device management capability at the click of
a button
Key Features
—Configure and access all your Multilin devices from a
single application
—Create and edit setting files offline or in real-time directly to
your relays and meters
—Manage all of your support documents in a single
reference library
—Provides an intuitive device health logic tool, which helps you to
maximize your device capability.
—Receive automatic firmware, software, and hardware upgrade
notices. Keep informed with the latest innovation and
technology on your device when you register your
Multilin products.
—Contains real-time metering, fault diagnostic and maintenance
data for each connected device.
Site Management
—Organize your protection devices with one interface
—Automated power system monitoring directly from Launchpad
—A management toolset for all Multilin devices settings
— Receive comprehensive Site and Device reports
from Launchpad
Software & Document Management
—Instantly identify, download, and install new versions of setup
software when available with a single click
—Directly install new setup software and support documents
without having to navigate to the website
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Software
EnerVista™ Launchpad
Device Management & Health Logic
The device metering window provides system critical and diagnostics data such as Current, Voltages, and Event Records at your
finger tips. The device health logic monitors defined setpoints and
actual values, then returns results in a graphical, user friendly
display. This tool will help you maintain the minimum required
setting and assist you to maximize your relay capabilities. The 4
categories that are monitored are:
—Device Security – This tool will prevent unauthorized access to
your relay setpoint file.
—Protection - This tool ensures your relay is configured with the
minimum required protection settings.
—Fault Diagnostics – This feature monitors the main diagnostics
tool in your relay and indicates when they are configured.
—Device Status - Ensures your protection relay is online and ready
to protect your valuable assets.
Easily Configure and Manage your Multilin Setting Files
The setting file management tool comes standard with EnerVista
Launchpad and provides a single platform to configure your
Multilin protection device setting files. Additionally, you will have
the ability to link related documents, such as specifications and
equipment data sheets, to their respective protection device
useful for day-to-day operation.
—Retrieve your device setting files and organize them according
to the asset being protected
—Manage documents such as data sheets, and engineer white
papers related to your protection device assets
—Access and save setpoint files for your devices regardless if the
device is offline or online
Site Reports
Enervista Launchpad software can be used to generate comprehensive site reports for your install base and provide recommendations useful to determine upgrade and maintenance schedules
for your assets and protection devices. With the click of a button,
you can download critical data, which includes:
—Hardware upgrades and replacement recommendations
—Firmware upgrade recommendations, if applicable
—Complete Installed based configured by age and device type
Device Setup
Organize your installed base devices with a single
user-friendly interface.
Save precious time when establishing communications to your
protection devices. Whether you have a small or large installed
base, individual or networked connection, Device Setup will help
you organize and manage your valuable assets:
—Manage your asset by organizing your site and protection
device configurations
—Allows seamless communication with multiple devices
—Provides resources related to your protection scheme and
individual protection device
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Software
EnerVista™ Launchpad
A Complete Up-To-Date Reference Library
EnerVista™ Launchpad will make sure that all necessary documents,
setup programs and software tools are up-to-date by automatically
retrieving them from our web site or Product CD, or by sending you
an email whenever new information is available.
Manage all of your Support Documents in a Single
Desktop Library
Launchpad offers a complete library of document resources that is
automatically updated and organized for you.
The Document Library includes:
—Manuals
—Application Notes
—Service Bulletins
—Guideform Specifications
—Drawings
—Support Documents
—FAQ’s
—Brochures
Launchpad’s subscription application will keep you up-to-date on
the new product resources as soon as they are available. Launchpad will allow you to sign up to receive notification about new
information by one of the following methods:
—Alerting you whenever you open up EnerVista™ Launchpad
—Emailing you about the new resource available
—Automatically downloading new documents into Launchpad
All critical information about Multilin products
will be up to date and at your fingertips
Create Templates to Reduce Configuration Time
The template creation tool included with EnerVista™ Launchpad will greatly reduce the amount of time required to configure relays that
are performing similar functions. The example below demonstrates how the time required to configure 10 similar relays can be reduced
by up to one third using Launchpad templates.
Traditional Device Configuration Method
4 Hours
+
2 Hours
+
Calculate
Protection
Settings
Create Relay
Control Logic
1 Hour
Enter
Protection
Settings
+
1 Hour
Check Settings
for Errors
+
2 Hours
Compare Files
for
Discrepancies
= 10 Hours per
Relay
x 10 Relays
__________
= 100 Hours
Launchpad Template Configuration Method
4 Hours
Once only
+
Create Control
Logic for all
Relays
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Protection
Settings
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EnerVista™ Viewpoint Engineer
System Configurator and Commissioning Toolset
Viewpoint Engineer is a set of tools that will allow you manage,
configure, and test your UR and URPlus relays at a system level in
an easy to use graphical drag-and-drop environment. This software will streamline the steps required to configure devices,
commission relays and manage the assets in your power system.
Key Benefits
— Reduce the amount of time required to create complex
logic schemes
—Configure your IEC61850 devices at a system level using a
single application
—Program Remote I/O communications for multiple relays in an
intuitive graphical interface
—Simplify commissioning by identifying the status of the relay
logic in real-time
—Test protection relaying at a system or substation level rather
than as an isolated device
—Provides a means for managing all documentation about all
assets in your substation
—Decreases the number of support documents engineers require
for commissioning and maintenance
—Full online functionality including uploading and downloading of
settings files, actual values and event record metering and
monitoring, and firmware updates
Key Features
—Configure UR, URPlus and MM300 relays in an intuitive
Graphical environment.
—Program Remote I/O relay communication settings for multiple
devices in one simple step
—Evaluate the status of Flexlogic™ equations and Remote I/O
messaging in real time
—Annotate UR, URPlus and MM300 settings and store this documentation in the setting file.
—Link support documents to the System Designer Project to
create a single location for substation asset management
—Reduce integration time by automatically detecting and
configuring your UR devices
System Designer
Design Control Logic at a System or Substation Level
The System Designer allows you to inter-connect the control
logic distributed across multiple UR and URPlus devices by
programming Remote I/O messages in an intuitive, graphical
drag-&-drop environment.
Configure Remote I/O communications for
multiple relays in one easy drag-&-drop step
System Level Settings Configuration
Multiple Setting Files Created
—Design automation logic distributed across multiple UR and
URPlus devices
—Configure Remote I/O messaging in both the Sending and
Receiving devices in one simple step
—View “Virtual Wiring” communication diagrams in a manner that
is similar to hard wiring schematics
—Configure the settings for multiple UR and URPlus devices
at one time
—A separate setting file will be created for each UR device used
in the System Logic Designer
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EnerVista™ Viewpoint Engineer
Connectivity Report
The connectivity report provides a detailed report of all
peer-to-peer mappings between the settings files associated
with a project, including:
—IEC61850 GSSE/GOOSE and UCA2 GOOSE messaging
—Direct I/O configured between the UR relays.
The report will be generated as a PDF for simple archiving and
emailing. A separate PDF report will be generated for each UR or
URPlus device
Document System Level Setting Diagrams
— Annotate Remote I/O System diagrams to describe Inter-Relay
messaging for testing engineers
—Documentation of Remote I/O System diagram stored in a project folder for permanent archiving
Viewpoint Engineer will create a separate setting file for each UR
or UR Plus device that is configured in the System Designer. These
setting files will contain all communication settings needed for
Remote I/O communications.
IEC61850 Configurator
Import ICD and Generate SCD files using a single application
The IEC61850 enables system level configuration of the communications between all IEC61850 devices.
Importing ICD Files
—Import ICD files from any IEC61850 Compliant device
—Create a library of ICD files, organized by device location, device
type, or project
—View file information in an easy to understand ICD viewer
Create SCD Files
—Organize files by creating projects. Project files contain all
subnet communication parameters as well as the associated
device ICD files
—Configure the communications between relays by having the
IED’s subscribe to the appropriate transmission GOOSE
messages
—The saved project becomes the SCD file needed to generate the
GOOSE reception settings files for the IED’s in the system
IED 1
IED 2
SCD File
IED 3
IEC61850 Configurator
Settings Files
Device ICD files
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EnerVista™ Viewpoint Engineer
Asset Manager
Manage all Assets in Your Substation or Power System
The Asset Manager will provide you with a tool to archive and
manage critical information about any asset in your substation. All
information in your power system can be stored in a Project Folder
that can be shared between engineers and act as a single repository for any information required for your installed equipment.
Central Link to all Critical Information
—Create a Project folder that will act as a single location to
reference all information about equipment in a substation
—Create an intuitive layout and navigation interface for your
project by importing existing schematics or using the drawing
tools provided
—Link documents, drawings, or setting files for all substation
equipment into the project for complete system asset
management
—Launch directly from the Asset Manager into the System
Designer or Graphical FlexLogic™ Designer for programming
your devices
Create a Project that will identify, document , and archive
information about all assets in your substation (relays,
breakers, transformers etc.)
Graphical FlexLogic™ Designer
Design FlexLogic™ with Drag-&-Drop Ease
Simplify the process of creating complex control logic for substation
automation in your UR, URPlus, and MM300 relays to perform functions such as advanced tripping, reclosing, interlocking, and
transfer schemes.
Simplified Control Logic Creation
—Create FlexLogic™ with drag-and-drop ease
—Connect outputs of FlexLogic™ equations directly to contact
outputs and LEDs
—Configure logic over multiple worksheets to keep logic
structured and organized
Documentation of Settings
—Annotate control logic with documentation and graphics
—Store all settings documentation directly in UR and URPlus
setting files
Design and document UR control
logic in one intuitive application
Powerful Intuitive Complier
—Optimizes FlexLogic™ equations to use as few lines as necessary
—Detects and alerts user of errors and problems in FlexLogic™ design
MM300, Universal Relay, and UR Plus
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EnerVista™ Viewpoint Engineer
Logic Analyzer
Real-Time Feedback of FlexLogic™ Status
When connected to your UR, URPlus, and MM300 relays, Viewpoint
Engineer will provide real-time feedback of the status of the
Flexlogic™ inputs, logic gates, timers, latches and outputs for
every equation in the relay.
Simplified Troubleshooting
—Follow the operation of your UR relay through each step of the
FlexLogic™ equations
—Detect problems in wiring or programming by viewing the status
of all inputs in one screen
—Determine which inputs are causing each logic gate to
be asserted
—Identify the logic that is causing the relay to not act as expected
Real-Time Feedback of Peer-to-Peer Message Status
Connecting Viewpoint Engineer to the local area network allows
you to receive real-time feedback of the status of Remote I/O
messages from both the relay sending the message and the relay
receiving the Remote I/O message.
Relay internal logic represented visually to
simplify commissioning and troubleshooting
Simplified System Troubleshooting
—Determine the status of all Remote I/O messages sent to other
devices in the network
—Verifies that Remote I/O signals are received and interpreted
correctly by the intended devices
—Reads settings from UR and URPlus devices on the network and
automatically creates a Remote I/O System Diagram
—Analyzes the settings in all UR and URPlus devices and verifies
correct programming between sending and receiving devices
Analyze the status of Remote I/O messages from
both the Sending and Receiving devices in Real- Time
Viewpoint Engineer Software Selection Guide
*
*
*
VPE
VPE - UR Plus
VPE - MM300
Viewpoint Engineer for UR Relays
Viewpoint Engineer for UR Plus Relays
Viewpoint Engineer for MM300 Relays
1
5
10
50
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5 Pack
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50 Pack
No System Designer
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S
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Software
EnerVista™ Viewpoint Maintenance
Troubleshooting and Reporting Tools
Viewpoint Maintenance is a must-have tool for any integrators or
electrical staff involved in power system protection and maintenance. This software increases the security of your relays, reports
your device’s operating status and simplifies the steps to
troubleshoot your device.
Key Benefits
—Reduce the time required to perform maintenance on your device
—Increase the security of your relays by identifying relay settings
that have been changed
—Avoid costly downtime by reducing the time required to collect
data for troubleshooting faults
—Improve maintenance scheduling by prioritizing service needed
for your power system equipment
—Identify potential system problems before they become critical
Key Features
—Security Audit Trail tracks settings and configuration changes,
who changed them, and the time and method of the change
—Single button click to download and compile all fault diagnostics
into a single zip file for easy sharing with engineers who can help
assess system problems
—Retrieve critical system information that will help assess potential
system faults
—On-line and hard copy reports for easy viewing
—Easily identify the file name of the settings file loaded on
the relays
—Support for the following GE Multilin IEDs: MM300, 350, 369, 469,
489, 745, 750/760, PQM II, B30, C30, C60, C70, C90 Plus, D30, D60,
D90 Plus, F35, F60, G30, G60, L30, L60, L90, M60, N60, T35, T60*
*Consult the latest Viewpoint Maintenance release notes for a complete list of
devices supported by this function.
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Software
EnerVista™ Viewpoint Maintenance
Security Audit Trail*
Security Audit Trail Features:
The Security Audit Trail feature in Viewpoint Maintenance is the
first of it’s kind, automatically tracking the details of settings
changes to your relays along with the MAC address of the user
who changed them. This traceability helps map out where a
problem may have occurred and will help improve maintenance
procedures to prevent them from happening again. This is also a
valuable tool for ensuring the system configuration is the same as
when it was commissioned.
—Date and time of hardware, firmware or setting changes made
to your relays
—Logging of the MAC address of computers making settings changes
—Track method of how settings changes were made (i.e. keypad,
serial port, Ethernet)
—Printer-friendly option to view hard copy reports
—Filter by date to identify changes to settings over time
—Ability to identify the name of settings files for accurate
identification
Supported in the following GE IED devices: UR, URPlus, 350, 369, 745
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Software
EnerVista™ Viewpoint Maintenance
Device Status Reports*
Reduce the time required to perform maintenance on your device
by receiving a report that shows the health and operating status
of your relays, meters, and the power system being monitored.
Status Reports Include:
—Current operating condition of the GE Multilin™ device
—Operating status of the equipment being protected
—Critical device settings that have not been programmed
—Operating history of the monitored devices
—Maintenance issues that need to be addressed
—LED simulated view of equipment targets and alarms detected
* Consult the latest Viewpoint Maintenance release notes for a complete list of
devices supported by this function.
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Software
EnerVista™ Viewpoint Maintenance
Comprehensive Fault Diagnostics*
Reduce time required to collect data for troubleshooting a fault
with Viewpoint Maintenance. There is no need to access the setup
program for the device or sift through settings to figure out what
data is needed. With the click of a button, Viewpoint Maintenance
will gather the required information including pertinent settings
files, oscillography, events, fault reports, data logger and health
reports and package it into a single zip file to allow for easy
sharing with engineers to assist with your fault analysis.
Fault Diagnostics Features:
—Effortlessly collect the data required to diagnose a fault
—Automatically package all pertinent information into a .zip for
easy file sharing
—Eliminate costly hours of troubleshooting by filtering data at the
click of a button
—Assess why and how the fault occurred to improve preemptive
maintenance procedures
—Avoid costly downtime and customer interruptions
—Reduce the amount of time required to troubleshoot a fault to
get your system back up and running
At the click of a button
Viewpoint Maintenance
will gather all required
information including
pertinent Settings Files,
Oscillography, Events,
Fault , Data Logger and
Health Reports...
...Viewpoint Maintenance then
automatically packages and
compresses these files into a
single .zip file...
...and stores the zipped file on your
hard drive for easy emailing to your
engineers or instantly emails to GE
Tech support
Viewpoint Maintenance Software Selection Guide
*
*
EnerVista™ Viewpoint Maintenance
VPM
1
5
10
50
Single License
5 Pack
10 Pack
50 Pack
G1
Additional 1 Year Updates
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Software
EnerVista™ Viewpoint Monitoring
Easy to Use Monitoring and Data Recording
EnerVista Viewpoint Monitoring is an easy to setup, powerful and
simple to use data monitoring and recording software application
for electrical systems.
With minimal configuration required to communicate with field
devices directly, Viewpoint Monitoring provides an overall view of
the entire power system and collects critical real-time and historical disturbance data to assist with analyzing past or impending
power system events.
Key Benefits
—Easy start up and configuration saves time and cost by
integrating devices using pre-programmed memory maps
—Automatically generated, user friendly monitoring screens
provide instant remote equipment visibility
—Reduced integration time through automatic detection and
configuration of UR devices
—Reduced fault analysis effort by centralizing critical fault
data digitally
—Perform load analysis by recording and trending power
equipment load levels
—Remote viewing of Viewpoint Monitoring systems
using ViewNodes
Key Features
—Monitor up to 150 devices or 9000 data points
—Simplify the monitoring of devices from multiple
vendors - IEC61850 option
—User friendly drag-and-drop construction of single-line
monitoring screens
—Pre-configured memory maps of GE Multilin devices
—Single-line monitoring and control
—Trending of up to 500 power system data points with
1 minute resolution
—Communicate with third-party Modbus compliant field devices
—Plug-and-Play analysis of power system equipment
—Automatic collection of events and waveforms from
GE Multilin devices
—Annunciator alarming with visual, audio and email notification
—Diagnose waveform fault data recorded in power
system devices
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Software
EnerVista™ Viewpoint Monitoring
Plug-and-Play Monitoring
Instantly View Device and Asset Monitoring Screens
EnerVista Viewpoint Monitoring’s Plug-and-Play screens are a series of pre-configured modules for analyzing the health and status of
your power system equipment. Viewpoint Monitoring will detect the devices you are using and automatically generate monitoring
screens that are tailored to your devices as well as wiring configurations. This saves hours of engineering effort and enables quick
setup to monitor protection devices.
Auto-Discovery of Devices
Viewpoint Monitoring reduces integration time and decreases errors when configuring devices by automatically detecting and
configuring UR devices.
Viewpoint Monitoring Advantage
Viewpoint Monitoring Reduces Commissioning Effort Saving Time and Cost
The following is an example of connecting and communicating with a 469 Motor Protection Relay to monitor relay and motor data:
Equipment Overview
Power Metering
Trip Analysis
Overview
—Operating condition of your motor
—Status of your GE Multilin™ Relay
Alarms
—Active Alarms detected by the relay
—Latched Alarms that require clearing
Learned
—Learned motor and RTD data
—Learned motor load
Metering
—All metering quantities (Amps, Volts,
Power, Demand)
—Motor temperature monitored by
the RTD’s
Trip
—Cause of the last motor trip
—Pre-trip data
Maintenance
—Trip counters and motor starts
—Total motor running hours
With other HMIs
With Viewpoint Monitoring
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Plug-and-Play Motor Monitoring
Use Viewpoint Monitoring to Monitor
Motor Protection Equipment
Instantly created overview screens provide insight on motor operating
conditions and the status of GE Multilin relays. There are additional
available monitoring screens that show the value of all metering quantities, the motor temperature monitored by the RTDs and any alarms
that have been detected by the relay. Vital information and
insight such as the cause of the last motor trip, operating information
the relay has learned about the motor and any maintenance issues
that may need addressing can be determined using historical data
shown on available screens.
Instantly view critical information such as:
—Number of motor starts
—Learned motor starting current
—Motor running hours
—History of motor trips
—Real time power quantities (amps, motor load)
—Motor temperature
Supported Devices
View motor status using digital inputs,
analog inputs and RTD inputs
—M60 Motor Protection System
—469 Motor Protection System
—369 Motor Protection System
—269 Motor Protection System
—239 Motor Protection System
—MM200/MM300 Motor Management System
—MM2/MM3 Intelligent MCC Controller
—SPM Synchronous Motor Protection System
—RRTD Remote RTD Module
Plug-and-Play Transformer Monitoring
Use Viewpoint Monitoring to Monitor
Transformer Protection Equipment
The operating condition of the transformer and the status of the
GE Multilin relay are shown through instantly pre-created overview
screens. Additional monitoring screens allow further analysis of
transformer status by viewing the metering, power, demand, energy
and harmonic data that is being measured by the associated relay.
Instantly view critical information such as:
—Transformer energization status
—Real time power quantities (amps, transformer loading, demand)
—Current harmonic analysis
—Accumulated loss of life
—Tap changer position
—Hottest transformer winding temperature
Supported Devices
—T60 Transformer Protection System
—T35 Transformer Protection System
—745 Transformer Protection System
Monitor total harmonic content in each phase for all windings
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Plug-and-Play Generator Monitoring
Use Viewpoint Monitoring to Monitor
Generator Protection Equipment
Instantly created overview screens provide insight on generator
operating conditions and the status of GE Multilin relays. Further
generator analysis can be performed with additional monitoring
screens that monitor the value of all metered quantities, the generator temperature monitored by RTD’s and any alarms that have
been detected by the relay. Additional screens also provide
historical information indicating cause of the last generator trip,
operating information the relay has learned about the generator
and any maintenance issues that may need addressing.
Instantly view critical information such as:
—Generator loading
—Real time power quantities (amps, volts)
—Cause of trip data
—Generator running hours
—History of generator trips
—Generator temperature
Improve maintenance efficiency by analyzing trip operations
Supported Devices
—G60 Generator Protection System
—G30 Generator Protection System
—489 Generator Protection System
Plug-and-Play Feeder Monitoring
Use Viewpoint Monitoring to Monitor
Feeder Protection Equipment
Instantly created overview screens provide insight on feeder
operating conditions and the status of GE Multilin relays. Additional monitoring screens are available for analyzing all metering
quantities, along with the power, demand and energy values that
may be measured by the relay. If supported by the relay, synchronism screens will also be available for helping to determine if it is
safe to close the breaker and energize the feeder.
Instantly view critical information such as:
—Breaker status
—Accumulated breaker arcing current
—Real time power quantities (amps, volts, demand, energy)
—Synchronism data
Supported Devices
—F60 Feeder Protection System
—F35 Multiple Feeder Protection System
—750/760 Feeder Protection System
—F650 Feeder Protection System
—735/737 Feeder Protection System
—MIFII Feeder Protection with Recloser
—350 Feeder Protection System
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Easily monitor synchronism levels
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Plug-and-Play Breaker Monitoring
Use Viewpoint Monitoring to Monitor
Breaker Equipment
Predefined screens allow instant setup and viewing of critical
breaker information such as:
—Breaker status
—Number of breaker trip operations
—Real time current, voltage and power levels
Supported Devices
—MVT Microversa Trip Unit
—EMVT Enhanced Microversa Trip unit
—GTU EntelliGuard TU Trip Unit
—Entellisys Low-Voltage Switchgear
Plug-and-Play Power Quality Monitoring
Monitor breaker equipment with predefined screens.
Use Viewpoint Monitoring to Monitor
Power Quality Equipment and Measure Usage
Instantly view critical information such as:
—Power quality and equipment status
—Load unbalances using real time and maximum &
minimum values
—Consumption and cost of energy using inputs from
revenue meters
—Amount of total harmonic distortion on the power system
Supported Devices
—PQM / PQM II Power Quality Meter
—EPM 1000 Electronic Power Meter
—EPM 2000 Electronic Power Meter
—EPM 4000 Electronic Power Meter
—EPM 5000 Electronic Power Meter
—EPM 5200/5300/5350 Electronic Power Meter
—EPM 6000 Electronic Power Meter
—EPM 9450/9650Electronic Power Meter
—EPM 9800 Electronic Power Meter
Instantly view the power quality status for critical devices.
Plug-and-Play Backup Power Monitoring
Use Viewpoint Monitoring to Monitor
Critical Backup Assets
Instantly view critical information such as:
—Availability of normal and emergency power sources
—Status of power source connections
—Real time voltages and frequency
—Switch status, timer settings and control switch position
—Stored events and exerciser schedules
Supported Devices
—MX200 Controller
—MX150 Controller
—MX250 Controller
—MX350 Controller
—Lan Pro UPS
—SG-Series UPS
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Single-Line Monitoring and Control
View the Power System Status on Customizable
Single-Line Diagrams
Viewpoint Monitoring provides the tools to easily create customized single-line diagrams providing monitoring and control.
This powerful tool will communicate with supported devices and
put the facility’s energy system at your fingertips from either a
local or a remote location.
Easily Create Customized Single-Line Monitoring Screens
—Create single-line diagrams using user-friendly, drag-and-drop
tools with standardized symbols and components representing
power system assets (transformers, breakers, CT’s and PT’s)
—Import graphics to customize single-line diagrams and
increase usability
—Display power system values and status with minimal configuration through pre-loaded memory maps
—Create customized or “virtual” monitoring points using the
powerful Formula Editor
Easily create customized screens to
monitor the power system state.
Monitor Power System Devices
—Provide a system-wide view of the power system on one singleline monitoring screen
—Analyze the magnitude of all critical power quantities measured
by devices
—Generate alarm warnings when measured values exceed configurable critical levels
—Create links to multiple monitoring screens to analyze power
system equipment with greater detail
Control Power System Equipment from Remote Locations
—Send commands to devices to control and change the status of
power system equipment (breakers, switches, isolators)
—Enforces required two-step verification process to the operator
sending the command
—Validates user’s permissions by requiring passwords to be sent
to protection relays or other devices before operation occurs
Monitor the motors status and loading throughout the
facility from a centralized location locally or remotely.
Monitor the status of the entire power system
and control components from one screen.
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Automatic Event and Waveform Retrieval
Event Logging
Waveform Archiving
Event Viewing
The Event Viewer centrally stores and displays information about
preset and configured systems events. Each event in the record
contains the following information. This data can be sorted by any
of the fields indicated below:
—Event Time
—Event Type
—Source Name
—Source Type
—Event Cause
Create comprehensive, centralized, system-wide sequence of
event records for analysis of power system faults
Waveform Viewing
View and analyze waveform fault data that has been recorded
from a power system device in a time-based, phasor quantity or
tabular view. This Waveform View utility provides functionality to:
—Convert waveforms that were stored in Comma Separated
Value (.CSV) format to COMTRADE compatible files (e.g. SR
Family, PQM)
—Merge and overlay waveforms that were recorded from
multiple devices
—Identify the harmonic content in the monitored parameters
View and analyze waveform fault data retrieved
from devices.
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Trending Reports
Create a Historical Archive of Monitored
Data from Multiple Devices
Data Logging
Historical Record of Monitored Data
—Trend up to 500 data points
—Record data with 1 minute resolution
—View data in time based graphical or tabular format
—Log and trend the value of monitored analog or digital points
—View logged data for a pre-configured, customized recorded
time period
Records
—Create up to 10 customized records
—Store up to 50 points per record for 500 points logged in total
Chart
—View logged data in a pre-configured, customized date range for
trending analysis
Archiving Data
—Manually archive recorded data for storage onto network data
repositories to reduce risk of data loss and decrease data storage requirements on local workstations
Exporting Data and Print
Log power level data from multiple devices at one time.
—Export data into an Excel format for easy data manipulation
and analysis
—Print data that is logged in trending reports in a
printer-friendly format
Third-Party Device Support
Viewpoint Monitoring supports communication with third-party
devices that use Modbus RTU or Modbus TCP/IP communications
protocols. This flexibility allows the use and provides monitoring
functionality for other non-GE Multilin devices that may be found
in the facility.
Viewpoint Monitoring provides support for third-party devices
as follows:
Single-Line Diagrams
—Read the status of digital point
—Read the value of analog data
—Send commands to control power system equipment
Annunciator Panel
—Present an alarm when analog value surpasses a preset level
or condition
—Present an alarm when a digital point(s) change state
Trending Reports
—Log the value of analog points over prolonged time periods
—Log the status of digital points on a device
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Easily integrate third-party devices into single-line diagrams,
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Annunciator Alarming
Instant Alarm Notification
Receive Instant, Reliable Notification of System Alarms from
Devices on the Network
—Create alarms on any monitored analog or digital data point
—Receive alarm warnings through audio, visual or
email notification
Viewpoint Monitoring Annunciator Alarming actively monitors
measured values and generates alarms. Alarms can be configured to be activated whenever a digital status changes state, or
an analog value changes beyond any programmed threshold.
Alarms can be delivered through multiple visual, audio, or e-mail
notification channels. Furthermore, the Monitoring and Alarm
Sentry ensures annunciators and alarms are always active.
Audio Notification
—Separate sounds for alert status and alarm status
—Audio notification of alarms and alerts continue until the alarm
state is acknowledged by an operator
Visual Notification
—Annunciator screen shows the status of the monitored point
—The alarmed point will flash in a color chosen by the user until
the alarm is reset by the operator
Reliable, instant notification of system alarms in a single visual
dashboard view.
Email Notification
—Alarming of any monitored point can automatically generate an
email to notify users of the alarm
—A different email address can be entered for each
monitored point
Monitoring and Alarm Sentry
—Ensures annunciators and alarms are always active, even when
the annunciator screens or the Viewpoint Monitoring software is
closed in error
Reliable, Instant Alarm Notification
—Create alarms on monitored digital and/or analog data points
—Configured alarm warnings delivered through audio, visual or
email notification channels
EnerVista Viewpoint ViewNodes –
Remote Monitoring and Control
Remotely monitor and control Viewpoint Monitoring using
EnerVista Viewpoint ViewNodes.
—Connect remotely to a Viewpoint Monitoring system over
a network
—Implement security access and control by thorough user
accounts with configurable permissions
—Provide complete access to:
- Plug-and-Play screens
- One-Line diagrams
- Annunciator panels / trending reports
- Events
- Waveforms
—Connect up to 10 ViewNodes to a single Viewpoint
Monitoring system
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OPC Server Option
Viewpoint Monitoring can send the data that is being read from
the relays and meters to any third-party OPC compliant automation or monitoring system. With Viewpoint Monitoring’s pre-configured memory maps of GE Multilin devices the time, effort and
cost required to import essential data into your monitoring,
automation and control systems is significantly reduced.
Integrate the data retrieved by Viewpoint Monitoring into a larger
monitoring or automation system.
—Send up to 3000 data points (base package) or 9000 (extended
package) data points to an OPC client
—Supports the entire library of devices that comes with
Viewpoint Monitoring
—Provides the ability to send data from third-party devices added
to the Viewpoint Monitoring database
Integrate the data retrieved by Viewpoint Monitoring
into a larger monitoring or automation system
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EnerVista™ Integrator
Comprehensive Communciation Engine for Rapid Integration
EnerVista™ Integrator enables seamless integration with GE
Multilin devices for new or existing automation systems through
tested, pre-configured memory maps. Integrator significantly reduces the time and effort required to obtain device, event and
waveform data for integration with an HMI, SCADA or DCS system.
Key Benefits
—Reduces the effort and cost to integrate GE Multilin devices
into new or existing HMI, SCADA or DCS systems
—Provides comprehensive, accurate and high quality data
from devices
—Archives and centralizes fault data from relays and meters
for fault analysis
—Supports integration of third-party (non-GE) Modbus devices
into OPC compliant monitoring systems
Key Features
—Easy device setup through device communications
—Rapid retrieval of device, event and waveform data from
GE Multilin devices for communication to OPC clients
—Comprehensive, factory tested memory maps for
GE Multilin devices
—Scalable communication with up to 300 devices/30000
data tags (points)
—Reliable aggregation of event records from multiple
GE Multilin devices into a single system wide
Sequence-of-Event (SOE) record
EnerVista Integrator will efficiently link the information from
GE Multlin and non-GE devices to monitoring, control and
data collection systems.
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EnerVista™ Integrator
Powerful OPC Server
EnerVista Integrator is designed to provide seamless integration of
GE Multilin devices into any new or existing monitoring or control
system. With tested, pre-configured memory maps for GE Multilin
devices, EnerVista Integrator eliminates significant effort required
for programming all of the mnemonics associated with HMI,
SCADA and DCS system integration, greatly reducing the commissioning time and cost.
Device Setup
Configuring GE Multilin devices in EnerVista Integrator is achieved
through establishing communication with the device.
—Supports user-friendly, intuitive configuration of devices similar
to EnerVista Viewpoint Monitoring and EnerVista Setup software
—Provides configuration settings for both serial or Ethernet
communications
—Tests communications to ensure accurate device configuration
User-friendly, intuitive setup similar to Enervista ViewPoint
Monitoring/Setup software to connect devices via OPC.
Third Party Devices
EnerVista Integrator supports third-party (non-GE) devices that
utilize Modbus RTU or Modbus TCP/IP, providing a simple way to incorporate all devices into a monitoring and control system.
—Supports addition of Modbus RTU or Modbus TCP/IP
third-party devices
—Provides direct configuration of Modbus mnemonics
—Results in reduced integration time for multiple installations of
EnerVista Integrator by importing and exporting mnemonics files
Automatic Event and Waveform Retrieval
Automated archiving of event and waveform data from GE Multilin
devices ensures that there is always comprehensive data available Event Viewing
for diagnosing power system events.
The Event Viewer centrally stores and displays information about
Event Logging
preset and configured systems events. Each event in the record
contains the following information:
The event records from GE Multilin devices can be automatically
downloaded from each device and stored in a system wide
sequence of events record. EnerVista Integrator will continually
poll each GE Multilin device to see if any new events have been
added to that device’s event record. Once a new event has been
detected, the event record will be downloaded from the device to
the system wide sequence of events record.
—Event Time
—Event Type
—Source Name
—Source Type
—Event Cause
This data can be sorted by any of the fields indicated above.
Create a comprehensive, centralized, system wide sequence of event records for analysis of power system faults.
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Waveform Archiving
The waveform (oscillography) files from GE Multilin devices can be automatically downloaded from each device and stored in a central
data repository using Integrator. Similar to Event Logging, EnerVista Integrator will continually poll each GE Multilin device to see if any
new waveform files have been created. Once a new waveform has been detected by EnerVista Integrator, the file will be downloaded
from the device to the centralized data repository.
Waveform Viewing
View and analyze waveform fault data that has been recorded from a power system device in a time-based, phasor quantity or tabular
view. This Waveform View utility provides functionality to:
—Convert waveforms that were stored in Comma Separated Value (.CSV) format to COMTRADE compatible files (e.g. SR Family, PQM)
—Merge and overlay waveforms that were recorded from multiple devices
—Identify the harmonic content in the monitored parameters
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EnerVista Integrator Add-On Packages
Cimplicity HMI
WonderWare InTouch HMI
PLCMCSWCMPLG01
EnerVista Integrator 30,000 Point License
and GE Device Wizard Screens
PL50PMCSMWWG01
EnerVista Integrator 30,000 points and
GE Device Wizard Screens for InTouch
PLCMPLMODBRTG01
EnerVista Integrator 30,000 Point License,
GE Device Wizard Screens and
Cimplicity Runtime License
EnerVista Integrator 30,000 Point License,
GE Device Wizard Screens and
Cimplicity Development License
PL50MODBRTG01
EnerVista Integrator 30,000 points and
InTouch Runtime License
EnerVista Integrator 30,000 points,
GE Device Wizard Screens and
InTouch Development License
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PLCMPLVIEWERG01
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Value Added Services
PMCS Energy Management Systems
Unlock the Full Potential of your Electrical Network
For utilities, building owners, plant managers, plant engineers and
maintenance departments, it has become an incredible challenge
to understand all aspects of increasingly complex facilities having
an array of equipment and processes. Hard lessons on the importance of energy management are being learned across all business sectors in the form of:
—Energy costs escalating out of control
—Revenue robbing process downtime
—Premature equipment failure
—Expensive system capacity upgrades
A large problem in facilities is the relative unknown about the use of
energy and the power quality of the electrical network. The primary
source of power and energy information comes from the few lines
of data on the monthly power bill. Using only this, facility managers
are being asked to develop strategies for energy savings, understand capacity profiles, and correct systems inefficiencies. Making
decisions based on the ‘final score’ information of a power bill is a
game plan for disappointment involving guesswork in analyzing
problems, and implementation of trial & error solutions.
A clearer picture of exactly what is happening in a facility is a
necessity. Data on not only the real-time status of a system, but
also historical trending is essential, day-by-day, hour-by-hour,
and minute-by-minute. For facility managers, the costly reality has
been that what they don’t know is hurting them. PMCS from GE
Multilin™ is the tool to shift the thinking to “What you do know, can
help you”
PMCS – Fully Integrated Energy Management Systems
Let GE Multilin™ help you shed some light on the unknowns of your
system by providing a full, clear picture of your facility, and
providing easy to use tools for implementing effective solutions.
PMCS is a fully integrated Energy Management System that will
reduce your cost of energy by optimizing the methods used to
control both processes and equipment in order to utilize energy
more economically and efficiently.
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PMCS delivers a complete solution:
—Site Evaluation and Consultation
—Overall Project Management
—Complete Device Integration
—Communications Setup & Testing
—Site Specific Graphical Interfaces
—Hands On Training
PMCS (Power Management Control Systems) is a customized
solution that can range from simple remote monitoring to a
completely engineered automated control system. With PMCS you
gain real-time access to GE Multilin™ Intelligent Electrical Devices
(IEDs), as well as to many other installed third party devices and
systems. Integrated with HMI client software, PMCS delivers the
graphical representations of substation equipment status, energy
trends, remote control of devices, and automated responses to
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PMCS Energy Management Systems
BENEFITS
PMCS provides the tools to control energy costs, minimize
downtime and outages, and optimize operations to increase
productivity.
—Less downtime – Identify and correct problems before they lead
to loss of power and/or costly damage to loads such as
production equipment and computers.
—Reduced energy costs – Find ways to conserve power, correct
billing errors, and reduce peak usage surcharges
—Improved predictive maintenance – Identify simple maintenance
tasks so you can make scheduled corrections before they
become problems.
—Faster corrective maintenance – Quickly pinpoint the root cause
of problems using tools such as time-tagged alarms, sequence
of events logs, and triggered waveform capture.
—Increased safety – Provide a centralized source of information,
reducing the need for physical contact with equipment and
reduce shop-floor or substation presence.
—Higher productivity – Free up maintenance and repair personnel
to perform other needed duties.
—Improved power quality – Identify sources of “dirty” power,
otherwise invisible, and take corrective action to save wear,
and possible damage to critical production equipment and other
loads.
PMCS delivers these benefits by implementing combinations of
the four functional modules creating the most effective energy
management system. The functional modules are Monitoring,
Power Quality, Cost Allocation, and Control & Automation.
Multiple Devices, Multiple Protocols . . . One Easy to Use System
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Value Added Services
Advanced Training Services
In today’s world of rapidly advancing technology and product
innovation, GE Multilin™ is committed to providing our customers
with the high quality training they need to be safe, efficient, and
successful. With GE Multilin™ Advanced Training Services, we offer
world-class CEU recognized courses in the areas of Power System
Protection, Control, Maintenance, Communications, and
Monitoring for:
—Protection Engineers
—Maintenance & Electrical Personnel
—HMI & System Integrators
—Power System Consultants
The skills learned through our courses will help maximize your
organization’s potential by helping meld a skilled workforce with
powerful products.
GE Multilin™ Training Centers
On-Site Training Courses
To increase the number of employees who can benefit from our
training, we offer the option of conducting training courses at your
facility. These on-site courses can be customized to the specific
range of topics you want covered. We provide all the necessary
equipment and literature needed to duplicate the environment we
offer at our Training Centers.
At our Training Centers, we offer regularly scheduled published
courses with open enrollment. Our advanced Training Centers,
located in North America and Europe, contain equipment for
hands-on interaction using:
—Relays & meters
—Relay test tools
—Communications equipment
—Personal computers
The key to the success of our training centers is our talented
group of instructors. At GE Multilin™, we pride ourselves on having
seasoned instructors with years of experience in the protection
industry who specialize in teaching technical topics.
At the GE Multilin™ Training Centers, class sizes are kept small so
instructors can interact with each student. Students receive
comprehensive course manuals with the course notes and
detailed lab exercises to ensure they can apply this knowledge in
their workplace.
We also take our training on the road throughout the year by
presenting our most popular training sessions at different North
American centers. Visit www.gemultilin.com/training to keep
updated as to when new locations, dates and course topics
are added.
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Value Added Services
Advanced Training Services
Interactive Learning CDs
GE Multilin™ offers the largest selection of computer-based training
in the industry. Our interactive learning CDs cover concepts from
the basics of protection theory, to configuring advanced
relays. These interactive multimedia presentations make complex
concepts easy to understand. Students are able to learn at their
own pace and review the course material as often as desired.
CEU Credits Now Offered
The Advanced Training Center at GE Multilin™ is authorized by the
International Association for Continuing Education and Training
(IACET) to award Continuing Education Units (CEU) to participants
who successfully complete our training courses. These CEU credits
allow Engineers and Technicians to maintain their
professional accreditation. Please refer to the
course agenda for the number of credits awarded.
Our Most Popular Courses and Learning CDs
Theoretical Courses
Fundamentals of Modern Protective Relaying
Power System Protection for Industrial Facilities
Power System Protection for Utilities
Industrial Power System Communications
Introduction to the IEC61850 Protocol
Product Application Courses
Distribution Protection Principles and Relaying (SR745, SR750, SR760)
Motor Protection Principles and Relaying (239, 369, SR469, SPM)
Generator Protection Principles and Relaying (SR489, DGP, G60)
Transmission Line Protection Principles and Relaying (ALPS, D60, L90, L60)
UR Platform
Interactive Learning CDs
Fundamentals of Modern Protective Relaying
Utility Power System Communications
IEC61850
Motor Protection with SR469
Distance Protection with the D60 Relay
Transformer Protection with the SR745
Generator Protection with the SR489
Catalog Number
TRNG-FMPR
TRNG-PIND
TRNG-UIND
TRNG-ICOM
TRNG-61850
Catalog Number
TRNG-DIST
TRNG-MOTR
TRNG-GEN
TRNG-LINE
TRNG-URPL
Catalog Number
TRCD-FMPR-C-S-1
TRCD-UCOM-C-S-1
TRCD-61850-C-S-1
TRCD-M469-C-S-1
TRCD-D60-C-S-1
TRCD-SR745-C-S-1
TRCD-SR489-C-S-1
Check with www.GEMultilin.com/training for our complete list of training courses and CDs.
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Consulting Services
Consulting Services
GE Multilin™ offers a wide range of services to assist you with
solutions to your Power Protection challenges. Our team of
experienced Consulting Services Engineers can help you with
end-to-end solutions or specific activities including designing,
commissioning and maintaining protective relaying systems and
power system protection devices.
Design of Protection & Automation Solutions
From new power systems to the upgrade of existing systems, trust
the experience of GE Multilin™ to evaluate, design
and deliver.
Performing Protection System Studies
—Arc Flash Studies
—Load Flow & Fault Studies
—System & Relay Coordination Studies
—System Transient Studies using EMTP and RTDS
Reviewing Relay Logic & Settings Files
—Recommending changes to meet IEEE, NERC Standards
—Improving IED Utilization
Designing Customized Protection & Automation Systems
—Creating Relay Settings Files
—Developing Engineering Drawings
—Equipment Selection
—End-to-End Solutions
Designing Wide Area Protection Schemes
—High-speed Digital Teleprotection
—Transmission/Distribution Remedial Action Schemes (RAS)
—System-Wide Peer-to-Peer Communications using IEC61850
GSSE/GOOSE
Creating Automatic Transfer Schemes
—Developing Custom Logic and Settings Files
—In-house Verification Testing
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Consulting Services
Power System Modeling and Protection Performance Testing
At our in-house RTDS Lab, GE Multilin™ engineers create highly
accurate computer models of your power system and its
components (based on EMTP) in order to perform real-time closed
loop testing. System behavior can be simulated and analyzed
under a variety of fault conditions.
Literally thousands of fault scenarios can be run on your system
model using automated test scripts. Our engineers analyze the
results and manually step you through any abnormal or
unexpected system operations. We then assist with
recommendations on alternate protection schemes, equipment
selection, and optimizing relay settings and control logic. RTDS test
results and our recommendations for system improvement, are
provided in a detailed report along with the relay event records and
oscillography files.
GE Multilin™ can help you understand how your power system and
its protection and control devices will respond to failure situations.
Gain the assurance and peace of mind of knowing that your
protection and control functions will operate as required when
you need them most.
Real Time Digital Simulator (RTDS) Testing
—Time-domain (transient) modeling of large power systems
—Playback of large COMTRADE files for protection testing
—Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS), wind
generator modeling
Protection Scheme Performance Verification
—Validate protective relaying schemes against customer
power system
—Parallel performance testing of different protection philosophies
—Testing of GE and non-GE protection IEDs
—Scheme testing using IEC61850 GOOSE/GSSE
—Complete test reports and documentation including event
sequence and oscillography
On-Site Field Services
Have the experts who design and build your relays help you
evaluate, test and commission your protection and control
system. Our team of knowledgeable field engineers can test and
verify that your protection devices are connected properly and will
operate as designed.
Site/System Surveys
—Document Existing Protection and Control Systems
—Recommendations Report
Protection System Commissioning
—Relay & Panel Testing
—Wiring Verification
Protection System Field Troubleshooting
—Fault Data Collection & Analysis
—Recommendations & Solutions
—Upgrading Relay Firmware
—Uploading Relay Settings Files
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Packaged Solutions
Global One Stop Solutions
GE Multilin™ Packaged Solutions is a comprehensive offering that
brings tremendous value to our customers in meeting their power
system protection, control, metering and communication needs.
By providing a complete solution where all of the parts are
engineered to work together, Packaged Solutions save time and
money while increasing performance and reliability. Join the
growing number of satisfied Utility and Industrial customers who
trust GE Multilin™’s expertise to handle the following project
requirements:
—Project Management
—Material Procurement & Sourcing
—Panel Design & Construction
—Relay setting upload
—Panel testing & protection verification
—Commissioning
Choose from a number of available pre-engineered Packaged
Solutions, or work with GE Multilin™ Consulting Services to provide
a custom package to best fit the application. Indoor or outdoor,
free standing or pole-mounted, our repeatable and ready-toinstall solutions use highly reliable GE Multilin™ products for a wide
variety of applications.
—Generators and Distributed Generation (DG)
—Transformers & Reactors
—Transmission and Sub-transmission Lines
—Capacitor Banks
—Distribution Feeders
—Reclosers & Pole-top RTUs
—Motors and Pumps
—Power Quality and Revenue Metering
—Remedial Action Schemes (RAS)
—Wide-Area Special Protection Systems (SPS)
Freestanding Rack
GE Multilin™ Packaged Solutions has the flexibility to create the
look, feel, and functionality required to suit our global customer’s.
Panels are provided with powder coated painted finish available in
any single color to match specific project specifications.
All wiring used in our solutions is either flame resistant or
selfextinguishing and conforms to international standards and
individual customer requirements. Wiring is run in the ducting to
keep the layout organized, and color-coded by function for easy
identification (example: Green for Ground, Blue for DC Power, Red
for CT’s, Black for VTs).
Labelling is also fully customizable from our standard white on
black, with laminated panel labels fitted on the front, back, and
inside of cubicles. Terminal block markings and test switch labels
are provided to customer specifications. Customized LED labels on
the relays can also be created to match the programmed
functionality of the devices.
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Protection & Control
Product Upgrades and Replacements
SR Relays Basic to Enhanced Upgrade
Upgrade basic SR System to enhanced SR System
169/269 to 369
Replace 169 Motor Management Relay™ with the 369 Motor Protection System
139 to 239
Replace 139 Motor Management Relay™ with the 239 Motor Protection System
P4A to 239
Replace P4A Protection Relay with the 239 Motor Protection System
MTMPlus to PQM II
Replace MTMPlus Meter with the PQM II Power Quality Meter
IAC, IFC, SLR, ACR, MDP to MIF II
Replace IAC, IFC, SLR, ACR, MDP Protection Relays with the MIF II Feeder Protection
System
DGP Digital Generator Protection Replacement
Replace DGP with the G60, G30, 489 or G650
ALPS™ Advanced Line Protection System Replacement
Replace ALPS™ with the L90, L60, D60 or D30
LPS-O™ Generator Backup Protection Replacement
Replace LPS-O™ with the D60 or G60
LPS-D™ Line Protection System Replacement
Replace LPS-D™ with the L90, L60, D60 or D30
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