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MV electrical network management
Easergy T200 I & E
MV substation control unit
A new path for achieving your electrical installations
A comprehensive offer
The Easergy range is part of a comprehensive offer of products that are perfectly
coordinated to meet all medium and low voltage electrical distribution requirements.
All of these products have been designed to work together: electrical, mechanical
and communication compatibility.
The electrical installation is thus both optimised and has improved performance:
@ better service continuity,
@ increased personnel and equipment safety,
@ guaranteed upgradeability,
@ efficient monitoring and control.
You therefore have all the advantages at hand in terms of know-how and creativity
for achieving optimised, safe, upgradeable and compliant installations.
Tools for facilitating the design and installation
With Schneider Electric, you have a complete range of tools to help you get to know and
install the products whilst complying with current standards and good working practices.
These tools, technical sheets and guides, design software, training courses, etc are
regularly updated.
Schneider Electric is associating itself with
your know-how and your creativity to produce
optimised, safe, upgradeable and compliant
For a real partnership with you
A universal solution doesn’t exist because each electrical installation is specific.
The variety of combinations on offer allows you to truly customise the technical solutions.
You are able to express your creativity and put your know-how to best advantage
when designing, manufacturing and exploiting an electrical installation.
Easergy T200 I & E
Application and benefits
Overview of the range
General description
Power supply
Switchgear control-command
Fault current detection and measurement
Automation systems
Management and time-stamping of variables
Configuration and operation
General characteristics
Dimensions and mounting
Mounting of remote transmission equipment
Connection equipment
Easergy L500: MV network remote control system
for the Easergy range
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Application and benefits
Easergy range
Throughout the world, poor quality supply of electrical power is no longer acceptable
to consumers. In many countries, regulatory standards have been defined in order to
ensure a minimum standard of electrical service quality.
The most common indicators employed are:
b SAIDI: Standard Average Interruption Duration Index - e.g.: 96 minutes/year
b SAIFI: Standard Average Interruption Frequency Index - e.g.: 1.2 interruptions/year.
In order to respond as effectively as possible to the globally recognised indicators
for measuring their power quality, power distribution companies are looking for
new products and solutions, focused principally on reducing the following:
b The number of interruptions to the supply
b The duration of power outages
b The areas affected by faults.
The above targets can be achieved by carrying out several actions, including:
b Establishing preventive maintenance on the networks
b Reducing the length of supply lines to limit the impact of a fault
b Equipping the network with suitable equipment for better local and remote
For power distributors, an increase in service quality must be linked
with improved performance and competitiveness as well as management
of investments. This can be achieved by:
b Reducing operating costs, particularly during incidents on the MV network
b Reducing non-distributed power costs
b Maximising cost and time efficiency on investments and benefiting from immediate
b Selecting easy-to-implement, high-performance equipment
to reduce equipment immobilisation and installation time
b Reducing direct and indirect maintenance costs of MV lines and equipment.
MV ring
4 channel
Flair 200C
Remote control center
4 channel
Source transfer switch
16 channel
Easergy range
Application and benefits
What are the benefits of managing
MV networks?
Reducing power outage durations
b Network management results in a very
high level of service
b It also has a positive impact on both
investments and operation
b Network control fits into a comprehensive
policy over several years.
b Optimised local and remote intervention based on reliable information
from the fault current detectors
b Restoration of power to healthy parts of the network during an incident using
control units:
v by the operator from the remote control centre: 50% of the network resupplied
in a few minutes
v by integrated automation systems: faulty sections isolated in the reclosing cycle.
Improving distributed power quality
b Precise information about transient and permanent faults enables corrective and
preventive maintenance measures to be taken to reduce the recurrence of faults.
b Monitoring of distributed power quality using relevant, recorded and transmitted
v measurement of load currents and indication of variations in real time
v measurement of voltages with indication and memorisation of voltage dips
and loss
v power factor measurement.
Reducing operating costs
b The accuracy of fault information significantly reduces the time required to locate
v on-site intervention time is significantly reduced when using devices which
can communicate
v precise information about faults simplifies fault detection tasks and operations.
b Preventive maintenance on the MV network reduces the number of interventions
necessary outside normal working hours.
Rapid return on investments
b Comprehensive solutions which are quick and easy to implement.
b Product range compatibility and ease of upgrade in order to optimise investment
and profit from immediate returns.
b Investment in the control station can be steep and time-consuming to implement.
Remote network control can be set up in phases by installing simple systems which
provide a rapid return on capital and can be implemented in a few months.
This can be used to evaluate the improvement in service quality:
v basic SCADA system with network view, detailed view, alarms and archives
to enable control in real time and entry of data for maintenance purposes.
After the various network instrumentation phases, the basic SCADA system
can be replaced by a DMS type SCADA system.
v adaptation of stations to remote control: motorisation of MV cells, communicating
control unit or detector, transmission equipment.
Overview of the range
Easergy range
Easergy: a range of solutions for MV network management
Easergy range
dedicated supervisor
Remote network control
T200 P
Easergy range dedicated
remote control system
500 Easergy type devices
Main functions
b Network view with
substation alarm
b Detailed substation view
b Alarm logs, archives
b Direct access to substation
view via a list
b Automatic sorting of alarms
and archives by substation
b Online help
b Integrated communication
b Permanent and nonpermanent communications
v telephone/GSM
v radio
v direct public and dedicated
private line
b Periodic call management
Communication protocol
b Modbus
Data configuration
b Professional
communications and
database editor
b Data creation via dialogue
b Radio, PSTN, DL and fibre
optic modems
T200 I
Remote network monitoring
T200 E
Flite 116-SA/G200
Flair 200C
Overhead switch Control unit for MV and MV/LV
control unit
Communicating fault current
detector for overhead lines
Communicating fault current
detector for an MV substation
Control of 1 or 2
Control of 1 to 16
Control of 4
Single-phase ammetric detector
2-way three-phase fault current
detector, compatible with any
type of earthing system
b Pole-mounted
b Wall-mounted
b Ringmastermounted
Flite 116:
b Line installation
b Phase-to-phase and
phase-to-earth fault current
b I and U presence measurements
b Communication management
with G200
b Powered by lithium battery
b Wall-mounted
b Phase-to-phase and
phase-to-earth fault current
b U, I, P, Q, S, energy and power
factor measurements cos ϕ
b Management of 3 digital
outputs and 6 digital inputs
b 220 Vac supply backed-up
by Ni-CD battery
b Concentration of Modbus
communicating devices
b Data and measurement
b Switch monitoring and control
b Fault current detector
b Automation systems: sectionaliser, power supply
source changeover switch
b Measurements: b Measurements: I, U
I, U, P, Q, S, energy
and power factor
cos ϕ
b Concentration of Modbus communication devices
b Data and measurements archives
b Back-up power supply for control unit,
switch and transmission equipment
b Pole-mounted
b Flite 116 concentrator
b Processing and archiving
b Free I/O: 3 digital outputs and
6 digital inputs
b 220 Vac, solar or 12 Vdc supply
b 1 to 2 serial communication ports
b 1 Ethernet port
b Communication port operation management
b Transmission interface: PSTN, radio, GSM, GPRS,
Ethernet, dedicated line, RS232, RS485
b 915 MHz short range radio
b 1 SCADA communication port
b Transmission interface: radio,
b 1 communication port
b 1 Ethernet port (option)
b Transmission interface:
Ethernet, RS232, RS485
b IEC 870-5-101 and IEC 870-5-104
b Serial DNP3 and TCP/IP
b Serial Modbus and TCP/IP
b Other proprietary protocols
b IEC 870-5-101
b Serial DNP3 and TCP/IP
b Modbus
b IEC 870-5-101
b DNP3
b Modbus
b Embedded web server
b Local and remote configuration
b Local and remote configuration
with Easergy W500
b Local or remote configuration
b Embedded web server
b Simulation tools and tests
b Installation tool
b Open phase and zero
sequence sensors
b Open phase and zero sequence
Easergy range
Overview of the range
Local fault indication
Flite 110-SA
Flite 210, 230
Flite 312, 315, 332,
335, 382
Fault current detectors for an overhead network
Flair 21D, 22D, 23DV Flair 219, 279
Flair 310, 370
Fault current detectors for MV substations
Single-phase ammetric
Three-phase ammetric
DIN format three-phase
ammetric detectors
Three-phase ammetric
Main functions
b Line installation
b Pole-mounted
b Pole-mounted
b Wall-mounted
b Wall-mounted
b Phase-to-phase and
phase-to-earth fault
current detection
b Indication of transient
and permanent faults
b Phase-to-phase and
phase-to-earth fault
current detection
b Indication of transient
and permanent faults
b Phase-to-phase and
phase-to-earth fault
current detection
b Phase-to-phase and
phase-to-earth fault
current detection
b Indication of transient
and permanent faults
b Powered by lithium
b Powered by lithium
b Phase-to-phase and
phase-to-earth fault
current detection
b Transient and/or
permanent fault indicator
b Fault counter
b Powered by lithium
battery, solar panels or
12 Vdc depending on
b Incorporated in the
b Phase-to-phase and
phase-to-earth fault
current detection
b Measurements:
v ammeter
v maximeter
b Self-powered by
current sensors
b Power supply:
v Flair 279: 220 Vac
v Flair 219: battery
b Power supply:
230 Vac backed up by
battery or external
depending on model
Data configuration
b By micro-switches
b Installation tool
b Option: signalling
contact for RTU
b Signalling contacts
for RTU
b Signalling contact
for RTU
b Signalling contact
for RTU
b Signalling contact
for RTU
b By micro-switches
b Configurable via
display unit
b By micro-switches or
button and display unit
b By micro-switches
b Configurable via
display unit
b Open phase and zero
sequence sensors
b Unit for wall-mounting
b Open phase and zero
sequence sensors
b Open phase and zero
sequence sensors
Easergy T200 I & E
General description
Easergy T200 I & E: solutions
to optimise your MV substations.
Easergy T200 I & E are control units designed for installation in MV substations
to control any type of switch remotely.
A high level of integrated functions
Easergy T200 I & E have been specially designed to meet the needs of customers
in managing MV substations, offering compact and open-ended solutions:
b T200 I: management of 1 to 16 switches of any type
b T200 E: 1 to 4 switches, Ringmaster or other type
b Back-up power supply for motorisation, transmission equipment
and the control unit
b High-performance fault current detector
b Measurements for better control of the network load
b Network reconfiguration automation systems
b Communication with the control centre
b Monitoring, for local or remote operation.
Two versions of T200:
The T200 E is a specific version of T200 I managing a maximum of 4 channels and
designed to be used with Ringmaster type cubicles.
The T200 I is used with standard SM6, RM6 type or other cubicles.
Compatible with any SCADA system
A continuously updated range of protocols includes the main standards IEC 870-5-101,
IEC 870-5-104, DNP3, Modbus and other proprietary protocols.
With our numerous installations around the world, we have considerable
experience in the interoperability of our protocols.
Open to all communication media
b Optimum transmission network management via two serial communication ports
and an Ethernet port
b Wide range of integrated modems, including radio, PSTN, GSM, GPRS and DL
b Management of external modems via Ethernet or RS232 connections.
Reliable and rugged
In view of difficult environmental conditions and the operational availability required,
Easergy T200 I & E have undergone strict reliability and qualification testing in
accordance with IEC international standards.
The reliability of the T200 range is proven by its use across five continents
in very varied environments under conditions more severe than those demanded by
the standards:
b High temperature: Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia
b Low temperature: Russia
b Humidity: UK, China, Guyana, Bolivia, Indonesia, Gabon
b Salt mist: Colombia, Portugal, Algeria.
Assured continuity of service
Overall improvements in power provision rely on ensuring the constant availability
of equipment responsible for reconfiguring networks during an incident.
b Easergy T200 I & E perform numerous auto-tests, particularly on the power supplies
and battery.
b The power supply workshop is sized to power a conventional radio in order
to transmit an alarm if the battery fails.
b The alarms transmitted to the control centre during a fault enable immediate
corrective maintenance.
b The auto-tests ensure the availability of equipment without the need
for preventive maintenance.
Easergy T200 I & E
General description
Compact enclosure
The equipment is housed in a basic enclosure containing all the functional elements
needed to control 1 to 4 switches (1 to 4 channels) and for the T200 I in an expansion
enclosure to expand the capacity to 16 switches (16 channels).
The T200 I enclosure is entirely of stainless steel. The T200 E enclosure is painted the
colour of the cubicle. Both ensure compliance with EMC standards. These enclosures
are provided with a padlocking system.
All information relating to the status of switches, fault currents and power supplies
is visible on the front panel of the rack (without opening the enclosure on T200 I).
T200 I 4-channel enclosure
Main components:
b A rack containing all the electronic modules
b An interface module with switchgear
b A battery for back-up power supply
b A slot for the transmission interface (not supplied)
b On T200 I: tamper-proof connectors on the underside of the enclosure for
connection to electrical switch controls.
Ease of installation and connection
b Wall-mounted enclosure, supplied with drilling template (T200 I)
b Enclosure mounted directly on the side of the Ringmaster cubicle (T200 E)
b All the internal connections are made by connectors:
no screwdriver required
b Connection to the switch via removable connectors
b Connection of transmission equipment aerials (radio, GSM, GPRS) by connector.
Fast and reliable installation
b Equipment supplied preconfigured
b Configuration in a few minutes by downloading from the database prepared
in the office
b Numerous test and simulation tools available as accessories.
T200 I 8-channel enclosure
Remote operation and maintenance by embedded
web server
b Access to remote data parallel to the control system is possible
via the GSM, GPRS, Ethernet or PSTN transmission networks
b Option to change the configuration, update software versions, load archive files,
display states and control the switch.
Optimum cost/performance ratio
Designed to simplify the work of power distributors and to optimise the quality
of the distributed power, Easergy T200 I & E also reduce your costs as follows:
b Cost of ownership, thanks to the range of its catalogue, the modularity of the fault
detectors and the number of switches managed
b Installation costs, thanks to the simplicity of connection and setup
b Maintenance costs, thanks to numerous auto-tests with return to the control
centre, allowing preventive maintenance measures to be taken
b Operating costs: Easergy T200 I 1 E require no routine maintenance.
T200 I 16-channel enclosure
T200 E 2 or 4-channel enclosure
Easergy T200 I & E
Power supply
High-availability back-up power supply
b The power supply workshop supplies the back-up operating voltages for the:
v MV switch motorisation
v transmission equipment, such as radio
v control unit.
b A battery ensures the operation of the whole substation in the event of loss of the
mains supply. The power supply workshop ensures its charge and monitoring
(regulated and temperature-compensated charger).
Power supply self-monitoring
b Loss of AC supply: immediate and delayed alarm
b 48 Vdc motorisation fault: voltage fault, blown fuse
b 12 Vdc transmission fault: voltage fault, blown fuse
b 12 Vdc internal fault.
Battery self-monitoring
Battery availability check
The power supply module tests the battery status every 12 hours. When two tests
are negative, an alarm is generated and transmitted to the control centre.
Power supply
43-53 Vac option
Power supply characteristics
12 Vdc
12 Vdc
12 Vdc
12 Vdc
24 or
48 Vdc
Prevention against serious discharge
Serious battery discharge is irreversible. T200 I protects the circuits and causes
the battery circuit to cut out when it detects:
b A basic charger voltage fault
b Consumption in excess of 1.3 A for over 3 minutes on the transmission output
b Alarm transmission to the SCADA system
v the power supply workshop is designed to power a conventional analogue radio
with a disconnected (faulty) battery
v it is therefore possible to warn the control centre during a battery fault
(end of life, etc.) and to begin corrective maintenance.
AC power supply
b Supply voltage: 90 to 240 Vac, 50 Hz (43 and 57 Vac available as an option)
b Input protected by 4 A HPC fuse (type G)
b Connection to fuse terminal block inside the enclosure.
Motor mechanism power supply
b Supply voltage: 48 or 24 Vdc ± 10%
b Current: 16 A for 50 ms and 6 A for 15 s
b Protection by time-delayed 5 A fuse (48 V) or time-delayed 10 A fuse (24 V).
Telecommunication equipment power supply
b Supply voltage: between 10.8 V and 14.8 V
b Available current: 1 A continuous; 7 A peak
b Protection by delayed 4 A fuse.
b Temperature-compensated charger
b Charging time: 24 hours
b Type: sealed lead 12 V, 24 Ah
b Lifetime at 20°C (as specified by the manufacturer): 10 years.
Battery autonomy
b 16 h without mains power supply for Easergy T200 I & E 4-channel with radio
remote transmission equipment
b 8 h without mains power supply for Easergy T200 I 16-channel with radio remote
transmission equipment
b Ability to perform 10 open/close cycles at the end of autonomy (in normal operating
conditions: batteries fully charged before loss of AC supply).
Easergy T200 I & E
Switchgear control-command
Direct connection by connectors
Information can be acquired and orders passed on via a direct connection between
the control unit and the switch. The connections are made using removable
connectors (polarised on T200 I) which enable:
b Fast and secure installation
b Simple start-up, with the control system, by fitting a simulator in place
of the switchgear
b Reliable operation and maintenance due to servicing operations which
do not require a screwdriver.
Switchgear control-command
Management of different types of switches
b Single or dual control switches:
v open position - closed position
v earth isolation position
v free input (voltage presence relay for automation system)
These inputs are connected to the switches via connection cords.
This data is received by 0V polarity.
b Available voltages: 48 Vdc, 24 Vdc
b Opening or closing orders by 0V or +V polarity or by current loop.
Local operator panel
Display of information by coloured LEDs
b Equipment fault
b Switch position: open, closed, inconsistent, locked
b Fault current detection
b Automation system on/off
b Ua and Ub voltage presence
b Automation system locked
b Local or remote operating mode
b Additional indication status.
Selection of remote or local operating mode
A rotary switch is used to select the operating mode:
b Local: the command from the operator panel is confirmed. Any order from
the remote control centre is locked.
b Remote: local commands are not permitted. Orders from the remote control centre
are validated.
Switch control
The switch must be in the “local” position. The control and validation buttons
must then be pressed at the same time.
Automation system activation
The automation system is activated and deactivated by pressing the control
and validation buttons at the same time.
Detector reset and indication test:
b The “reset” button resets the fault detector
b The “test” button checks all indications.
Connecting the PC to the front socket allows
internal data and parameter settings
to be consulted during commissioning
Additional information
b 6 general-purpose digital inputs per 4-channel control module (max. 24)
b 1 digital input for the fault detector RESET function
b 1 relay output to RESET an external fault detector
b 1 powered output for rhythmic illumination of an external LED indicating
the detection of a fault current (visibility: 50 m; flashing period: 1 s).
These inputs are connected to a screw terminal block located on the interface
module front panel.
Note: when an automatic transfer system is used, certain inputs/outputs
are reassigned as follows:
b If generator ATS automatic transfer system
v one dedicated relay output for control of a generating set
v one digital input dedicated to retrieval of generator power-on information
v one dedicated digital input to manually force switchover to the generator channel
b One dedicated digital input to enable channel paralleling.
Fault current detection
and measurement
Easergy T200 I & E
One of the following modules can be linked to each channel (switch):
b A current measuring and fault current detection module
b A single-phase or three-phase voltage measuring module
b A digital input acquisition module.
Combinations of these modules can be used. The module type is detected
Current measurement and fault current detection
Acquisition modules for internal or external
current detection:
b T200-AC, AS or AH: current measurement
b T200-AD: acquisition of data from an external detector
b T200-AT: acquisition of 3 phase-to-neutral voltages
from a VT.
1 Ja I1
1 current transformer on each phase
1 Ja I1
2 phase current transformers, 1 core balance CT
1 Ja I1
1 core balance CT
Current measurement and fault current detection on a single channel requires
the installation of a kit comprising:
b A current acquisition card which is installed on the switchgear interface card. This
module provides direct acquisition and electrical isolation of the signal from the
current transformers.
b A set of current sensors comprising (depending on the chosen assembly):
v 3 phase sensors
v 2 phase sensors and 1 zero sequence sensor
v 1 zero sequence sensor.
The current measurement kits are ordered separately from the T200 control unit.
They can be added later on site without modifying the Easergy T200 configuration.
Phase-to-phase and phase-to-earth fault current detection
b Detection thresholds and sensing times are configurable.
b Memorised faults can be cleared:
v by remote control
v by a time delay configurable for each channel
v by return of AC supply configurable for each channel
v by manual action on the operator panel.
b Faults are indicated:
v by the red LED opposite the rack
v outside the station by flashing light
v remotely via the communication protocol to the SCADA system.
Load current measurement on the line
b The load current on the MV line measured by the detector's current sensors
can be recorded and sent to the control centre.
b The measurements can be recorded in various ways (see “Management
of variables”).
Voltage measurement and monitoring
In addition to LV power supply presence monitoring by the supply module,
there are two options for measuring and monitoring the medium voltage:
b From measurement voltage transformers
v the voltage acquisition module T200-AT is responsible for the acquisition and
isolation of the three phase-to-neutral voltages produced by the measurement
voltage transformers
v detection of voltage drops and presence of a residual voltage. The detection
and presence thresholds are configurable.
v this option can be added at a later date on site.
b From the LV power supply source for the Easergy T200 I unit
v the measurement is scaled to provide a picture of the MV voltage
v the detection and presence thresholds are configurable
v this option has to be ordered with the control unit. It is installed on the last channel
of the control unit.
Voltage presence monitoring via capacitive dividers
Reconfiguration systems such as the power supply source changeover switch
require monitoring of three-phase voltages on the various channels.
In such a case we use the Easergy VD23 voltage presence relay,
which can be found in the accessories section.
External voltage presence relay VD23
Easergy T200 I & E
Fault current detection
and measurement
4 to 36 kV
50 or 60 Hz
Current measurement and fault detection
Types of current sensors
Assembly A: 3 phase current sensors
Assembly B: 2 phase sensors and 1 zero sequence
Assembly C: 1 zero sequence sensor
Assemblies A and B phase fault
Configurable from 100 to 750 A in 50 A steps
Zero sequence fault
Assembly A Configurable from 20 to 160 A in 1 A steps
Assemblies B and C Configurable from 5 to 160 A in 1 A steps
Sensing time: ST
50 to 800 ms in 25 ms steps
Automatic voltage return Configurable Yes/No
After delay Configurable from 15 min to 2 h in 15 min steps
Remote Yes
Local Yes
Remote Phase fault, zero sequence fault
Local Summary by LED on rack front panel, details via PC
Retrieved measurements
Average current per channel
Voltage measurement and monitoring
Type of measurement
Single-phase from the power supply source
Three-phase from the measurement VT
Input voltages
From VT 110 V/3
From LV 230 Vac
50 V to 30,000 V configurable
Detection threshold
Loss threshold 20 to 95%
Residual voltage (T200-AT) 5 to 50%
Retrieved measurements
1U per channel
Memorisation and processing of measurements
Periodic recording
On sample or averaged value (configurable)
Period: 10 s, 30 s, 1 min, 15 min, 30 min or 1 h
High and low thresholds
Configurable from 0 to 750 A
Dead band (variation of I)
Configurable from 1 to 100% of the value read
Min. and Max.
Configurable for 1, 7 or 14 days
Accuracy of measurements (excluding sensors)
Current and voltage measurements
Fault current detector
Easergy T200 I & E
Automation systems
Easergy T200 automation systems are factory predefined. No on-site programming
is required.
Execution time
b The automation systems can be switched on and off from the local operator panel
and disabled using the configurator.
b Switches can be controlled manually in the following circumstances:
v automation system switched off
v switch in local mode.
Sectionaliser (SEC)
b The automation system is reset at the end of the execution time delay.
SW1 voltage
ATS automatic transfer system (source changeover)
The automatic transfer system performs automatic control and management of
sources in the MV secondary distribution network.
Two possible versions for ATS:
Network ATS version: control of two MV network channels.
The network ATS automatic transfer system requires use of
the VD23 relay for detection of voltage presence/absence.
NB: the VD23 relay cannot be used with a Ringmaster
type cubicle.
Network ATS - Semi-Auto Mode
(without paralleling upon automatic return)
TR: switch response time
SW1 voltage
Note: ATS automatic transfer system is available only on channels
1 and 2 of each CONTROL module. Generator ATS automatic
transfer system is available only on the first CONTROL module
(channels 1 to 4).
The operating mode is selected from the T200 Web server.
Mode SW1VSW2 or SW2VSW1 (or SWVSWG if Generator ATS):
Automatic transfer system executes only one changeover from the priority channel
to the backup channel. Automatic transfer system then remains on that channel.
Network ATS - Auto Mode SW1
(with paralleling upon automatic return)
TR: switch response time
GE Command
GE voltage
Generator ATS - Auto SW mode
(Without paralleling upon Auto return)
TR: Switch response time
Tg1: Generator starting time (maximum 60 s)
Tg2: Generator stopping time
Case : Generator channel closing after Generator power on
(configurable option)
Case : Generator channel closing after Generator start-up
command (configurable option)
Auto SW1 or Auto SW2 mode (or Auto SW if Generator ATS):
After a changeover, return to the priority channel occurs if the MV voltage on that
channel is restored. The channel that has priority can be defined according to
the state of a dedicated digital input.
Changeover sequences:
Semi-Auto mode SW1XVSW2 (or SWXVSWG if Generator ATS):
In the event of a voltage loss on the active channel, automatic transfer system
switches to the other channel after a time delay T1. Automatic transfer system
executes no return, except in case of voltage loss on the new active channel.
SW1 voltage
Operating modes
Generator ATS version: control of one network channel and
one generating set channel (not available on T200 E).
b The automation system counts the number of times a fault current followed
by a voltage loss is detected. It sends an open order if:
v the switch is closed
v the fault has disappeared
v the MV supply is absent.
SW2 voltage
The sectionaliser automation system opens the switch after a predefined number of
faults (1 to 4) during the voltage dip in the reclosing cycle of the top circuit breaker.
b Configurable parameters:
v Number of faults: from 1 to 4
v Execution time: from 20 s to 4 mins configurable
in 5 s steps
v Automation system valid/invalid.
Network ATS: in the event of voltage loss on the normal channel, changeover involves
opening the normal channel after time delay T1 and then closing the backup channel.
Note: in “Auto” mode, the sequence of return to the normal channel depends on
configuration of the “Paralleling upon auto return” option (see below).
Generator ATS: in the event of voltage loss on the network channel, changeover
involves sending the order for opening the network channel and at the same time
the Generator start-up order, after time delay T1.
The remainder of the changeover sequence depends on the management of
Generator channel closing (configurable option):
b Case of Generator channel closing after start-up order:
After the Generator start-up order, the closing order is given to the Generator
channel, without waiting until the Generator is actually started.
b Case of Generator closing after Generator power on:
The Generator channel closing order is sent only when Generator voltage is detected.
Automation systems
Configurable parameters:
b Automatic transfer system ON/OFF
b Operating mode: Semi-Auto, Auto SW1, Auto SW2,
SW1 –> SW2, SW2 –> SW1
b T1: 0 ms to 2 min. in increments of 100 ms
b T2: 0 s to 30 min. in increments of 5 s
b Disabling/enabling transfer upon fault detection:
b Choice of voltage presence detection: DI4 or VD23
b Channel connected to generator: SW1 or SW2
b Type of automatic transfer system: Network ATS
or Generator ATS
b Manual control enabled/disabled if ATS in operation
b Paralleling enabled/disabled in auto and/or manual mode
b Choice of type of changeover to Generator: immediately
or after detection of Generator power on
Paralleling upon Auto return
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DI 1
DI 2
DI 3
Genset voltage presence
DI 4
Parallel connection input
DI 5
Genset forcing
DI 6
The DIs can be assigned
for ATS automation
(configurable options)
Digital Input connection
(“J2” or “J10” terminal block)
Priority channel
A software-configurable option allows the automatic transfer system to disable
or enable paralleling of the channels upon automatic return to the main channel
(in “Auto” mode).
Enabling of paralleling must be confirmed by the activation of a dedicated digital input.
Paralleling disabled: Auto return to the priority channel involves opening the backup
channel and, when it is open, closing the priority channel.
Paralleling enabled: Auto return to the priority channel involves first closing
the priority channel and, when it is closed, opening the backup channel.
Changeover conditions
Changeover takes place if the following conditions are met:
b Automatic transfer system in operation
b SW1 open and SW2 closed or SW1 closed and SW2 open
b Absence of fault current on the two channels (only if locking by fault detection
option activated)
b “Transfer locking” absent
b “Earthing switch” absent on the two channels
b MV voltage absent on the active channel
b MV voltage present on the other channel.
Return to the main channel for the “Auto” modes occurs if:
b The priority channel is open
b The MV voltage on the priority channel is present during time delay T2.
Generating set connections
Relays are installed in factory in the T200 enclosure to provide interfacing with
the generating set (Generator ATS version only). Connection should be performed
as follows (see diagram opposite):
b Voltage: contact closed if Generator started, to be wired on the two available
terminals (do not wire if detection of power on is performed by a relay VD23)
b Start-up: Generator start-up order, to be wired on terminals C and B
b Stop: Generator stoppage order, to be wired on terminals D and B.
Detection of voltage presence
Voltage presence on a channel managing the Generator can be executed by
two processes:
b Either by a dedicated “Voltage” digital input
b Or by voltage relay VD23 (via cubicle cable).
Terminal block T200
Override setting on generator (Generator ATS only)
For routine test or reduced pricing requirements, it is possible to perform override
setting of operation on the generator manually, remotely (from the supervisor) or
locally (activation by a dedicated digital input).
When the override setting is terminated, the automatic transfer system places itself
back in the initial mode, i.e. in the mode that was active before the override setting
(ON or OFF). During override setting, the automatic transfer system is set to “ON”
for channels 1 and 2.
Source transfer locking
A dedicated digital input allows changeover to be locked if a problem occurs on one
of the devices related to the changeover. This input is generally connected to the
downstream circuit breaker. Local and remote controls are no longer possible
in this case.
Specific Generator-related management
Generator Stop
generator generator
Interface with the generating set
Source transfer locking
DO 1
Stop/start generator order
b Upon transfer to the Generator, if the latter doesn’t start, the automatic transfer
system waits for a period of 60 s at most before stopping changeover, then:
v in SW –> SWG mode: the automatic transfer system is locked and must be reset
(on the Control panel) to restart the device.
v in SW <–> SWG mode or in Auto mode: the automatic transfer system remains
If voltage returns to the network channel, the automatic transfer system requests
return to the network channel.
b When the automatic transfer system is configured with auto return on the network
channel, Generator stoppage is requested 6 s after the changeover sequence
is completed.
Lock connection (“J1” terminal block on the 4-ways interface
or “J9” on the 2-ways interface)
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Automation systems
Bus tie coupling (BTA)
The BTA (Bus Tie Automatism) is an automation system for switching sources
between two incoming lines (SW1 and SW2) and a busbar coupling switch (SW3).
It must be used in conjunction with VD3H type voltage presence detectors and the
fault current detection function on the busbar incoming lines.
NB: the VD23 relay cannot be used with a Ringmaster type cubicle.
Operating mode
“Normal” position
Two operating modes can be configured:
b Standard mode:
If the voltage is lost on one busbar, the automation system opens the incoming line
(SW1 or SW2) and closes the coupling switch SW3. Coupling is conditional upon
the absence of a fault current on the main source.
b Interlock on loss of voltage after switching mode:
After execution of the automation system in standard mode, the voltage presence is
checked for a configurable period. If the voltage is lost during this period,
the coupling switch SW3 is opened and the automation system interlocked.
Coupling sequence
Active coupling
SW2 voltage
SW1 voltage
Configurable parameters:
b Operating mode:
Standard/locking upon voltage loss
b Automatic return: SW1/SW2
b Automation system: on/off
b Delay before switching
T1: 100 ms to 60 s in 100 ms steps
b Delay before return
T2: 5 s to 300 s in 1 s steps
b Interlock delay on voltage loss
T3: 100 ms to 3 s in 100 ms steps
b Motorisation type: command time
b Manual control: enabled/disabled in local and remote modes
if automation system in operation
b Paralleling: enabled/disabled in auto and (or) manual modes
b Transfer locking upon fault detection.
b Coupling takes place if the following conditions are met:
v the automation system is switched on
v the switches on incoming channels SW1 and SW2 are closed
v the earthing switches SW1, SW2 and SW3 are open
v there is no voltage on an incoming line SW1 or SW2
v there is no fault current detection on SW1 and SW2
v there is no transfer interlock
v voltage is present on the other incoming line.
b The coupling sequence in standard mode is as follows:
v opening of the de-energised incoming line switch after a delay T1
v closing of the coupling switch SW3.
b The coupling sequence in “Interlock on loss of voltage after coupling” mode i
s completed as follows:
v monitoring of the voltage stability for a delay T3
v opening of the coupling switch SW3 if this condition is not met
v locking of BTA automation system.
b The system returns to standard mode after coupling if:
v the “return to SW1 or SW2” option is activated
v voltage on the channel has been normal for a delay T2
v the automation system is activated
v the automation system is not locked
v there is no coupling interlock.
Coupling interlock
A dedicated digital input allows changeover to be locked if a problem occurs
on one of the devices related to the changeover. This input is generally connected to
the downstream circuit breaker. Local and remote controls are no longer possible
in this case.
Locking the automation system
The BTA automation system is locked if one of the following conditions is met during
the coupling process:
b Failure of a command to open or close a switch
b Indication that an earthing switch has closed
b Appearance of a fault current
b Switch power supply fault
b Appearance of the coupling interlock
b Manual or remote ON/OFF command from the automation system.
Paralleling upon Auto return
A software-configurable option allows the automation system to disable or enable
paralleling of the channels upon automatic return to the main channel (in “Auto” mode).
Enabling of paralleling must be confirmed by the activation of a dedicated digital input.
If paralleling is disabled: Auto return to the normal channel involves opening
the coupling channel (SW3) and, when it is open, closing the normal channel.
If paralleling is enabled: Auto return to the normal channel involves first closing
the normal channel and, when it is closed, opening the coupling channel (SW3).
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Management and timestamping of variables
Time-setting and time-stamping
Archiving events and measurements
A T200 can be time-stamped in one
of the following ways:
b Locally using the laptop
b By the remote control system
b Via the Ethernet network
b By an internal GPS (available as an option)
v with time-stamping :
– time zone management
– summer/winter time management.
v precision of time stamping:
– resolution : 1 ms
– discrimination between 2 events: 10 ms.
All data (variables) from the T200 or from the local Modbus network can be recorded.
The recording and transmission mode for each variable can be configured.
This data is recorded in four logs for transmission to the SCADA system
or for viewing locally:
Events log: information transmitted to the SCADA system
Variables configured as “events” are recorded in this log.
They are transmitted to the control centre according to the protocol exchange
Alarm log: spontaneous transmission
b “Alarm” configured variables spontaneously trigger a call from the control centre.
b These variables are also recorded in the “events” log.
System log: this can be consulted locally and is intended for maintenance and
operation procedures, such as memorising transmission events, transmission
errors and system configuration modification.
Measurements log:
Measurements configured as “records” are stored in this log.
Measurements configured as “events” and “alarms” are also recorded
in the relevant logs.
The archive logs can be consulted locally and remotely via the Easergy T200
web server configurator and can be downloaded in Excel format.
Criteria for recording variables
Alarm log
Events log
Measurements Criteria
Control centre
v On change of state
v On loss of closing
v On activity
v On inactivity
v Time-delayed
v Alarm level: 1 to 3
e.g., SCADA, GSM, or GSM
and SCADA transmission
Period: 10 s, 30 s, 1 min,
15 min, 30 min or 1 h
High and low
Value as %
1, 7 or 14 days
or average
On thresholds
Dead band
Min. and Max.
Note: criteria can be combined.
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Management and timestamping of variables
A counter can be declared for each remote indication (TS) and remote measurement
variable internal to the T200 or coming from a device connected to the local network.
Counters can therefore be declared in order to establish:
b The number of operations of a switch
b The number of fault current passes
b etc.
There are 5 types of counter
b Counters for digital data TSS
v pulse counter: counts the number of high or low state transitions (configurable) by
a TSS. The theoretical scan interval for this counter is 10 ms
v time counter: counts the time spent in the high or low state by a TSS
v integrator counter: counts the number of high or low state transitions by a TSS
in each integration period.
b Counters for analogue data
v integrator: totals the associated TM every second
v average: calculates the average for a TM over the last integration period.
The counter reading can be:
b Sent to the control centre if the protocol permits it
b Viewed on the display page of the operating software
b Modified from the control centre or the control page of the operating software.
Event storage capacity
10 000
2 000
6 000
30 000
For all logs, when the storage capacity is reached, the most recent event
clears the oldest from the list.
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Communication protocols
The communication module manages a “serial type” protocol and IP protocols
at the same time.
Example: IEC 870-5-101 and IEC 870-5-104.
It is therefore possible to mix standard and IP transmission media.
Communication protocols can be downloaded, which simplifies procedures
for updating versions. Two versions are embedded, which protects downloading and
The range of communication protocols is continually updated and includes:
b IEC 870-5-101 and IEC 870-5-104
b Level 3 Serial DNP3 and TCP/IP
b Serial Modbus and TCP/IP with non-permanent communication management
b Several proprietary protocols (please contact us).
networks: radio,
Ethernet, etc.
Modbus, etc.
Multi-channel SCADA communication
Three available communication ports
Easergy T200 I can manage up to three communication ports and ensure multi-site
redundant communications.
b Ports 1 and 2: support all the transmission interfaces available in the product
b Ethernet port 3: this port is available for communication with the control centre
using an IP protocol and Ethernet transmission interfaces.
It can also be used for configuration and local operation.
Management of 3 virtual IP addresses on the Ethernet port for multi-SCADA access.
RS485 Modbus local network
Management of the various transmission modes
The ports can be configured to be used with single or redundant channels:
One SCADA communication channel
Two SCADA communication channels
b Used with different transmission media.
b Two operating modes:
v symmetrical: T200 I changes to the other
channel when there is a fault on the active channel
v automatic return: dissymmetrical with or
without automatic return: one channel is declared
as the main channel and the other is the standby
channel. After changeover, the return to the main
channel is:
– manual (local or remote reset) with the “no return”
– automatic once the cause of the changeover
has disappeared with the “with return” option.
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Transmission interface range
b Integrated modems
Modems and interface
RS232 serial interface
Technical characteristics
Max. transmission speed : 38,400 bits/s
Telephone modem (PSTN)
V.32 bis standard
300 to 14,400 bits/s
Isolation: 8 kV
FSK V23 modulation
200 or 600-1200 bd
Receive level: - 30 to + 10 dBm on 600 Ohms
Transmission level: - 10 dBm or 0 dBm
Reception access impedance: 600 Ohms or high impedance
FFSK modulation
1200 - 2400 bd
Receive level: - 30 to + 10 dBm on 600 Ohms
Transmission level: - 10 dBm or 0 dBm
Reception access impedance: 600 Ohms or high impedance
FSK V.23 modulation: 600 - 1200 bd
V.24 interface
2-wire half-duplex or 4-wire full-duplex transmission
Line impedance: 600 ohms or high impedance (10 kohm)
Carrier loss detection: 10 ms
Carrier presence detection: 15 ms
Isolation: 8 kV
Dual-band modem
900 - 1800 MHz or 850 - 1900 MHz
Triple-band collinear aerial with 6 db gain and 5 m cable Indoor/outdoor installation
FSK radio modem
FFSK radio modem
Multidrop private dedicated line modem
GSM/GPRS modem
Ethernet port
10 base T/100 base T - TX (RJ45)
10/100 Mbits
Main functions
Direct connection and management of
external transmission equipment
b Direct: radio modem
b Hayes: telephone, GSM
Signal management:
b Rx, Tx, DP, CPD, PDP, DPE, PAE, IA
Message repetition (3)
Main call no.
Standby call no.
Signal management:
Rx, Tx, squelch, DP, DPE
Parity, frame errors
Test mode: carrier generation
Signal management:
Rx, Tx, squelch, Em cmd
Parity, frame errors
Test mode: carrier generation
Parity, frame errors
Transmission data:
Message repetition (3)
Main call no.
Standby call no.
SMS transmission
Management of IP protocols and
b External modems and transmission equipment
T200 manages any type of modem or transmission equipment via the RS232
or Ethernet connection.
Local communication network
An optional master port is used to communicate with the various substation
equipment (slaves).
b Protocol: Modbus master
b Port: RS232/485
b Equipment examples:
v Sepam or other digital protection relay
v PLCs
v remote I/O for acquiring additional information
v T200 slave in the same substation or nearby substation
v metering unit
v Easergy G200 and Flair 200C.
Local network
Number of slaves
Maximum number of TAG
Modbus master
31 in RS485 connection
Digital inputs: 300
Digital outputs: 100
Analogue inputs: 200
Analogue outputs: 100
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Configuration and operation
b Local and remote configuration
b Software download
b Configuration download
b Offline configuration
Embedded web data server
b Configuration, operation and diagnosis are carried out by connecting a laptop
equipped with a web browser.
b The menu on the home page enables the user to select the menu display
b Access is secured by entering a login name and password.
b The web data server's HTML-format pages are used to:
v display page: view states and measurements
v control page: issue open/close orders and counter preset commands
v diagnostic page: read and save archives
v maintenance page: substation parameters, software version update, configuration
download, network analyser
v parameters page:
Communication configuration, protocol, switch control, measurement and detection.
Remote and local connection
b Local access is achieved by connecting the PC to the USB or Ethernet port.
b Access to remote data parallel to the control system is possible via the GSM,
GPRS, Ethernet or PSTN transmission networks regardless of the communication
b With local connection, pages are refreshed automatically either cyclically
or on a change of state. The embedded web server is used for local supervision
of the substation.
SMS alert
SCADA control centre
Maintenance and
operation service
Configuration and operation
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DB generation of T200
Save DB
Data configuration
Easergy T200 is supplied with a factory-tested preconfigured database.
Configuration by web server
Preparation of
On-site or
b Customisation of standard configurations and preparation of offline configurations
v preparation of the standard database
v preparation of site configurations.
b Configuration by downloading files
v loading the predefined configuration
v saving the definitive configuration after commissioning.
b The configurable parameters are:
v switch management: command type, measurement sensors, fault current
detectors, voltage presence, automation systems
v communication: protocol type, port operating mode, modem type, protocol
parameters, exchange table
v variables: labels, address, associated information (remote controls), access type
(user session, administrator, etc.), definition of states and recording criteria
v classes: customisation of display and command pages (variables are grouped and
presented in classes).
Configuration by the SCADA system
Some parameters are designed to be modified by the SCADA system via the
communication protocol. These are mainly parameters connected to network
b Fault current detection thresholds and voltage monitoring
b Measurement recording value for min., max. and dead band thresholds.
Operation and control
Alongside operation and control of the network from the SCADA system, it is also
possible to operate the equipment locally or remotely using three pages:
b Display of states and measurements
b Issuing commands: switches, counters (initialisation), automation system on/off,
fault detector reset and other digital outputs. The issuing of commands is made
secure by a selection and confirmation process.
b Consultation of transmitted and archived data
v on-screen consultation of archive logs
v extraction of logs on a PC as an SCV file for analysis.
The views are refreshed periodically or automatically on a change of state.
Update of software versions or change of protocol
A new version of the communication card software or protocol can also
be downloaded from a PC. Two software versions are saved. It is possible
to switch between the two versions.
System events log file analysis
b Memorisation of transmission events (to determine the origin of a recurrent
communication fault)
b Indication of transmission errors (CRC error, collisions, PSTN line disturbance,
redundant changeover, etc.)
b Indication of system events (T200 start-up, T200 reset, configuration modification,
Communication analyser
This analyser observes the frames exchanged on ports 1 and 2 with the control
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General characteristics
T200 I
T200 E
Controllable switch
1 to 16 channels
1 to 4 channels
Information via switch
b Open/close orders
b Open/closed positions
b Earthing switch status
Additional information
6 digital inputs per control module
Electrical and mechanical characteristics
AC voltage input
IEC 60 255-4
Insulation (50 Hz/1 min): 10 kV
Surge (1.2/50 µs): 20 kV
Toroid input
IEC 60 255-4
Insulation (50 Hz/1 min): 2 kV
Surge (1.2/50 µs): 5 kV
Fast transient bursts
IEC 61 000-4-4
Level 4: 4 kV (mains, sensors),
2 kV (other circuits)
Electrostatic discharge
IEC 61 000-4-2
Level 3: 6 kV on contact
Electric fields
IEC 61 000-4-3
80 MHz to 1 GHz - 10 V/m
Radio frequency in MC
IEC 61 000-4-6
0.15 MHz to 80 MHz - 10 V rms
Damped oscillatory waves
IEC 61 000-4-12
2.5 kV common mode, 1 kV differential mode
Pulsed magnetic field
IEC 61 000-4-9
1000 A/m peak
IEC 61 000-4-5
Coupling between line wires 1 kV, between wire and frame 2 kV
50 Hz magnetic field
IEC 61 000-4-8
30 A/m
Operating temperature
93% at 40°C, 96 h
IEC 60 068-2-11
Storage temperature
192 h at 35°C
336 h at 35 °C
–25°C to + 70°C
IEC 60 068-2-6
10 to 500 Hz 1 g; 10 cycles 10 min
H x W x D (mm)
1 to 4 channels: 670 x 310 x 335 465 x 380 x 275
8 to 16 channels: 670 x 620 x 335
100 A/m
–15°C to + 55°C
Relative humidity
Salt mist
80 MHz to 1 GHz - 30 V/m
IEC 60 529
4 channels: 40 kg
16 channels: 70 kg
4 channels: 40 kg
Dimensions and mounting
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1 to 4-channel T200 I enclosure
670 (2)
560 (1)
(1) Height of 1- and 2-channel enclosure: the switch connectors are mounted inside
the enclosure.
(2) Height of 4-channel enclosure: unit supports tamper-proof connectors.
8 to 16-channel T200 I enclosure
760 (4)
670 (3)
(3) Height of 8-channel enclosure: connectors mounted in one row.
(4) Height of 16-channel enclosure: connectors mounted in two rows.
T200 E enclosure
ø M6
(x 4)
ø M6
(x 4)
Mounting of remote
transmission equipment
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Basic enclosure
On the upper right-hand side of the Easergy T200 (A) there is a slot for a transmission
device (modem, fibre optic, etc.).
A sliding plate allows for a variety of possible adaptations.
b Slot A
T200 I : Height = 300 mm; Width = 60 mm; Depth = 220 mm
T200 E : Height = 240 mm ; Width = 140 mm ; Depth = 240 mm
b Connection to Easergy T200
v the 12 Vdc power supply for the interface is available at the connector located
on the right-hand side of the rack.
v the serial connection is available at the SUB-D 9-pin connector located
on the right-hand side of the rack.
Basic enclosure
8 channel expansion
T200 I (basic enclosure)
T200 E
A : standard slot for remote transmission equipment, basic enclosure.
B : free space for miscellaneous accessories, 8-channel expansion enclosure
(T200 I only).
8-channel expansion T200 I enclosure
The 8-channel enclosure is supplied with a short expansion rack to release
the space to install various types of equipment (B).
b Slot B
Height = 500 mm; Width = 180 mm; Depth = 220 mm
b Connection
v the 12 Vdc power supply is available on the left-hand side of the expansion rack.
v a serial Modbus RS485 connection for communicating with local equipment
is also available.
Empty expansion T200 I enclosure
The empty expansion enclosure, supplied with two lateral sliding grids, can be used for
a variety of adaptations.
Connection equipment
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Current acquisition modules
On the T200 I, current acquisition modules are supplied as a kit comprising
measurement CTs, cable and acquisition card for installation on the interface
b Product references
v T200-Txx: kit with 3 opening phase CTs
v T200-TFxx: kit with 3 closed phase CTs (special RM6 feed-through)
v T200-TSxx: kit with 2 opening phase CTs and one opening core balance CT
v T200-THxx: kit with 1 opening core balance CT
xx = length of cables supplied with tamper-proof IP2X connectors at each end: 3 m,
5 m, 10 m, 15 m, 25 m.
b The phase CTs are opening CTs equipped as standard with an automatic holding
system for cable diameters from 30 to 55 mm.
b The core balance CT is an opening CT of diameter 125 mm.
Opening CT
Closed CT
10 m
15 m
25 m
On the T200 E, only the acquisition module T200-AC is supplied on option and must
be ordered with the enclosure. The CTs and cables are supplied with the Ringmaster
b Available product reference
v T200-AC: 3-phase acquisition module.
Voltage acquisition module
Core balance CT
Current acquisition kits (T200 I)
Module with 3 additional digital inputs
b Single-phase measurement from the power supply (see enclosure reference)
b Acquisition module 3V 110 V/3 (reference T200-AT).
Module with 3 additional digital inputs
This module can be installed in place of a current or voltage module.
b Acquisition of 3 dry contacts
v 1 phase fault
v 2 earth faults.
b Card supplied without cable
v connection to screw terminal block
v installation on interface module.
b Reference: T200-AD.
T200 I cubicle connection kit
Cubicle connection cable (T200 I)
b The connection kit for wiring to the cubicle comprises:
v one 10-pin tamper-proof connector
v one labelled connection cable: cable cross-section 1.5 mm2
This kit is intended for connection to terminal block extensions T-200-B1, T200-B2,
b Product references
v T200-CP3: 3 metre cable
v T200-CP5: 5 metre cable
v T200-CP10: 10 metre cable
v T200-CP15: 15 metre cable
v T200-CP25: 25 metre cable.
Note: the cubicle connection kit is not supplied with the T200 E, it is an option
to be ordered with the Ringmaster cubicle.
External LED
Additional equipment
b External LED
v a sealed external LED can be connected to the Easergy T200 to indicate
memorisation of a fault current change:
- the Easergy T200 output is powered to allow rhythmic illumination of the LED
- period 1 s
v characteristics:
- sealed 6 V lamp: IP54
- connection by 1.5 mm2 cable (not supplied)
- visibility range (50 m)
b Reference: T200-LAMP.
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USB or Ethernet cable
PC connection cables
The cables to connect a PC to the Easergy T200 USB or Ethernet configuration ports
are standard. Three versions are available in the range.
Product references
b T200-USB: 3 metre USB-A and USB-B type USB cable
b T200-ETH3: 3 metre crossed Ethernet cable for direct PC-T200 connection
b T200-ETH10: 10 metre crossed Ethernet cable for direct PC-T200 connection.
Implementation and operation tools
Test socket (Reference: T200-PT)
Test socket
The test socket is mounted in place of a cubicle connection socket on the Easergy
T200 I. It can be used to simulate the presence of a switch by looping control outputs
onto position inputs.
These sockets are used during commissioning for testing the entire communication
chain without actuating the switches.
Note: functions only on the T200 with 48 V motor pack power supply.
Current simulator (Reference: T200-SIM)
Current simulator
This is used for local testing of the operation of the Easergy T200:
b Simulation of a variable phase current from 0 to 750 A
b Simulation of a zero sequence current of 40 A, 80 A or 160 A
b Simulation of an MV switch and display of its position.
The simulator is supplied with connection cables:
b Current acquisition module connection cable
b 220 Vac mains power cable
b Cubicle interface terminal block connection cable.
Switch and auxiliary simulator (Reference: T200-ST)
The switch and auxiliary simulator is compatible with all types of power supply and
control logic and can perform all input and output tests for the T200. It is supplied with
connection cables fitted with connectors which come in place of the switch.
The simulator can be fitted without altering the wiring. It is used to:
b Simulate control of two switches: open/close order and change of position
b Display output states
b Simulate digital inputs.
Test case for testing states, voltage and current injection
Switch and auxiliary simulator
(Reference: T200-TESTCASE)
The T200-TESTCASE test case is used to carry out all operational tests on site.
It operates independently using power supplied by the T200. It includes connection
cables and does not require any modifications to the T200 wiring. In addition to
the T200-ST functions, it is also used to:
b Simulate a phase-to-phase or zero sequence fault current
b Simulate a fault cycle (automation system test).
The injection values can be configured in order to carry out all the operational tests
without modifying the T200 database:
b Fault current detector: phase-to-phase and zero sequence
b Voltage loss and presence detection
b Automation systems.
This case includes:
b The T200-ST simulator
b A programmable voltage and current simulator
b Connection cables.
Test case
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Relay VD23
The VD23 is a voltage detection relay for medium-voltage electrical networks from
3 kV to 36 kV, 50 or 60 Hz.
The VD23 is in DIN 96 x 48 mm format and is designed to be installed in the front part
of the cubicle.
Relay VD23 can detect the presence or absence of phase voltage or a phase-tophase voltage imbalance, on line-to-neutral or line-to-line voltage, with choice of
phases to be monitored (one phase or 3 phases).
The VD23 self-adapts to the MV network voltage. No network voltage adjustment
is therefore needed.
It is generally used for automatic reconfiguration systems such as automatic transfer
systems or applications of earthing switch locking upon voltage presence.
The VD23 requires the use of a capacitive divider and a VPIS-VO to acquire voltage
measurement. A specific connector is provided for connection of the VPIS-VO.
Assignment of micro-switches
Action on output relays: Direct / Inverse
Simple voltage (V) / Composed voltage (U)
Phase 1: Used / Not used
Phase 2: Used / Not used
Phase 3: Used / Not used
Residual voltage: Used / Not used
V1 V2 V3 V0
+ -
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
2 relay outputs are available on the VD23, allowing two operating modes:
R1 = detection of voltage presence (for source changeover application)
R2 = detection of voltage absence (for applications of earthing switch locking upon
voltage presence).
These two relay outputs can be used in normal or inverted position and their action
can also be time-delayed by configuration.
VD23 parameters setup allows definition of the detection thresholds with a percentage
of the line-to-neutral voltage (V) or the line-to-line voltage (U) or the residual voltage
b R1: 40% to 90% of the rated voltage (in 10% increments)
b R2: 10% to 30% of the rated voltage (in 10% increments).
Several detection combinations are possible (selection by micro-switches):
b 3 phases + residual voltage: V1 + V2 + V3 + V0
b 3 phases: V1 + V2 + V3 ou U12 + U13 + U23
b Single phase: V0, V1, V2, V3, U12, U13, U23.
Reference: EMS58421
Transmission equipment
Radio equipment
In order to simplify on-site implementation, the radio transmitter-receiver station
can be supplied as a factory-programmed and tested, pre-assembled option.
The equipment includes:
b Aerial connector mounted on a partition in the connection section, complete with
mounting accessories (surge suppressor and connection cables)
b Radio, type used: TAIT serial 81xx or Motorola
b Rack connection cables and aerial connector
b Reference included in the Easergy T200 I parts list.
Radio aerial and connection cable
b Directional and omnidirectional aerials available on request
b Aerial cable with type N connector at each end available on request.
GSM aerial
Easergy L500
MV network remote control
system for the Easergy range
Easergy L500 is a basic SCADA system
which operates under Windows® and has
been designed to control Easergy products
in just a few clicks.
Easergy L500 includes all the functions needed to operate
the MV network in real time
Its range of functions and its value for money make
it an outstanding tool for the following
b Remote control of small networks
b System dedicated to network control in addition
to the DMS type system
b Temporary system pending implementation
of a DMS
b Installed base maintenance
b Experimentation.
Easergy L500 offers:
b An immediate return on investment: the network
is operational immediately after investment in the first
b Confirmation of your blueprint by the installation
of a remote control system.
b Balanced and gradual training of the personnel
in charge of operating the networks.
With the compatibility of the Easergy T200 range with
any type of DMS SCADA proven by our installations,
we offer a global solution for the early phases of your
project which capitalises on the investment made
in substations.
A communication front-end managing up to 8 communication ports
a various transmission modes:
b Continuous transmission (cyclical interrogation of equipment).
The interrogation cycle can be configured.
v private dedicated line: permanent link
v fibre optic
v RS232, RS485 links
v ETH/GPRS (T200, Flair 200C Series 3).
b Non-continuous transmission (exchange on alarm initiated by remote or
equipment or supervisor)
v digital or analogue UHF and VHF radios
v telephone and GSM
v ETH/GPRS (T200, Flair 200C).
One control station with 1 to 3 screens
Password-protected access. A number of profiles (display, control, configuration)
can be configured. The various views and data types can be displayed via icons and
lists in the toolbar.
b General view with network representation (mimic-based or geographical)
The remotely controlled substations are animated on an alarm summary.
b Substation view
Single-line representation of the substation with:
v switch position, earthing switch, fault current detector, measurements,
trend curves
v issuing of open and close orders secured by selection/confirmation
v communication status: call, date of last connection
v detailed views can be accessed from the network view (click on substation)
or the substation list.
b Alarm log refreshed in real time, with the 6 most recent alarms displayed
in the toolbar which is present in all views. Alarms can be sorted by substation
and by filter. They are colour-coded according to their status
b Archive log can be viewed by substation and by filter
b System view with status of communication equipment.
A professional configurator for creating remotely controlled substations
and transmissions in just a few mouse clicks
b Applications can be permanently enhanced using this editor
b Representations of network and substation views can be enhanced using
the graphics editor on the supervisor.
Additional system functions
b System synchronisation via GPS clock in the PC
b Time setting of remote equipment via protocol
b Call management: automatic general control, general control on operator request,
periodic call, single call on request
b External visual and audible alarm
b Event log printing.
The Easergy L500 offer includes a wide range of
communication accessories
b FSK or FFSK radio modem
b PSTN and GSM modems
b FSK dedicated line modem
b Fibre optic interface.
L500 capacity
b 500 T200 I 2-channel type devices
b 8 communication ports
b Licence according to size of application:
256 variables, 500 variables, 1000 variables, unlimited.
MV network remote control
system for the Easergy range
Easergy L500
General view:
network representation on a geographical map
General equipment call
Access to system view
Connect/disconnect with password
Archives: global or by substation
Alarm list: global or by substation
Access to substation view by list
Network view
System disconnect
5 most recent alarms with states
Help files and user manuals
T200 P
MV/LV substation with T200 I
Flair 200C
Substation view
Communication management bar
4-channel T200 I, radio communication
Flair 200C, GSM communication
Easergy T200 I & E
Tick one box only between each of the horizontal lines.
Green box X corresponds to none priced functions.
Order form
T200 model
T200 E (TE)
1 - T200
T200 I (TI)
Variants and options
2 - Number of channels
T200 I 1 ch. (01)
2 ch. (02)
T200 E
2 ch. (02)
4 ch. (04)
4 ch. (04)
3 - Measurements
Easergy T200 I 1 or 2 channels
Package references: T I-1M … or T I-2M …
12 ch. (12)
16 ch. (16)
T200 I without measurements (D-)
Standard measurements (M-)
Voltage measurement from LV power supply (B-)
4 - Power supply Motorisation voltage = 48 Vdc (A)
48 V PWR + 48 V aux. PWR (C)
48 V PWR + 24 V aux. PWR (E)
5 - Battery
Easergy T200 I 4 channels
Package reference: TI-4M …
8 ch. (08)
Motorisation voltage = 24 Vdc (B)
24 V PWR + 48 V aux. PWR (D)
24 V PWR + 24 V aux. PWR (F)
Without battery (Z)
With battery 12 V-24 Ah (B)
6 - Software options
ATS auto. transfer system with relay-T200 I (D)
Standard (A)
ATS-SEC-BTA automation system (B)
7 - Protocols
Modbus and Modbus TCP (M2)
IEC 870-5-101 and IEC 870-5-104 (I2)
DNP3 and DNP3 TCP (D2)
Others available on request (xx)
8 - Modem port 1 (Ethernet and USB included as standard)
RS232/RS485 insulated 2 kV (4)
Non-isolated RS232 (2)
GSM and GPRS 900 - 1800 MHz (G)
GSM and GPRS 850 - 1900 MHz (H)
DUMMY control -T200 E (J)
V23 FSK radio modem: 600-1200 baud (B)
FFSK radio modem: 1200-2400 baud (C)
Multipoint LL: 600-1200 baud with 8 kV insulation (D)
9 - Modem port 2 (Ethernet and USB included as standard)
Without (Z)
RS232/RS485 insulated 2 kV (4)
Non-isolated RS232 (2)
GSM and GPRS 900 - 1800 MHz (G)
GSM and GPRS 850 - 1900 MHz (H)
V23 FSK radio modem: 600-1200 baud (B)
FFSK radio modem: 1200-2400 baud (C)
Multipoint LL: 600-1200 baud with 8 kV insulation (D)
Easergy T200 I 8 channels
Package reference: TI-8M …
10 - Local network
Without (Z)
RS485 master Modbus 2 kV isolated (R)
11 - GPS synchronisation
Without (Z)
Synchronisation GPS (G)
12 - Transmission equipment port 1
Without (Z)
Radio integration kit (connector, cable, …) (K)
TAIT 8110 VHF radio (B)
TAIT 8115 VHF radio (C)
TAIT 8110 UHF radio (A)
13 - Languages
French (F)
Spanish (S)
English (E)
Portuguese (P)
Russian (R)
Chinese (C)
According to customer requirements, contact us (x)
14 - Other options Without (Z)
To create the reference for your T200, use the model below to fill in the codes located
to the left of the boxes you have just ticked.
Variants and options No.:
Easergy T200 I 16 channels
Package reference: TI-16M…
Easergy T200 E 2 or 4 channels
Package reference: TE-2M … ; TE-4M …
Easergy T200 I & E
Tick X one box only between
each of the horizontal lines.
Order form
T200 I accessories
Cable connection kits
Connection to switchgear
Connector only
10 m
25 m
15 m
Current measurement (cables + measurement CTs + acquisition card)
10 m
25 m
15 m
10 m
15 m
25 m
10 m
25 m
15 m
10 m
15 m
25 m
T200 E accessories
Acquisition modules
3 phases current inputs
T200 I & E accessories
Acquisition modules
Voltage 110 Vac
3 digital inputs
External LED
Configurator cables
USB length 3 m
USB length 5 m
Ethernet length 3 m
Ethernet length 10 m
Harting test socket
Universal simulator with auxiliary
Current simulator
Test case
Voltage presence relay
L500 accessories
Scada licence
256 variables - x communication ports
1000 variables - x communication ports
5000 variables - x communication ports
Unlimited number of variables - x communication ports
x = number of communication ports from 1 to 8
Application development (please contact us)
Visual and audible alarms
FSK radio modem
FFSK radio modem
PSTN modem
FSK DL modem (private line)
GSM modem with aerial
Specify miscellaneous equipment to be supplied
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