Voltage Regulator TAPCON® 240
Voltage Regulator
TAPCON® 240
Operating Instructions
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Table of contents
Table of contents
1
Introduction......................................................................................................................... 9
1.1
Manufacturer....................................................................................................................................... 9
1.2
Subject to change without notice......................................................................................................... 9
1.3
Completeness...................................................................................................................................... 9
1.4
Safekeeping......................................................................................................................................... 9
1.5
Notation conventions........................................................................................................................... 9
1.5.1
Hazard communication system........................................................................................................................... 10
1.5.2
Information system.............................................................................................................................................. 11
1.5.3
Typographic conventions.................................................................................................................................... 11
2
Safety................................................................................................................................. 12
2.1
General safety information................................................................................................................ 12
2.2
Appropriate use................................................................................................................................. 12
2.3
Inappropriate use............................................................................................................................... 12
2.4
Personnel qualification...................................................................................................................... 13
2.5
Operator's duty of care...................................................................................................................... 13
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Product description.......................................................................................................... 14
3.1
Scope of delivery............................................................................................................................... 14
3.2
Function description of the voltage regulation................................................................................... 14
3.3
Performance features........................................................................................................................ 15
3.4
Operating modes............................................................................................................................... 16
3.5
Hardware........................................................................................................................................... 17
3.5.1
Operating controls............................................................................................................................................... 18
3.5.2
Display elements................................................................................................................................................. 19
3.5.3
Serial interface.................................................................................................................................................... 21
3.5.4
Assemblies.......................................................................................................................................................... 21
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Packaging, transport and storage................................................................................... 24
4.1
Packaging.......................................................................................................................................... 24
4.1.1
Purpose............................................................................................................................................................... 24
4.1.2
Suitability, structure and production ................................................................................................................... 24
4.1.3
Markings.............................................................................................................................................................. 24
4.2
Transportation, receipt and handling of shipments............................................................................ 24
4.3
Storage of shipments......................................................................................................................... 25
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Mounting............................................................................................................................ 27
5.1
Preparation........................................................................................................................................ 27
5.2
Connecting device............................................................................................................................. 27
5.2.1
Cable recommendation....................................................................................................................................... 27
5.2.2
Information about laying fiber-optic cable............................................................................................................ 29
5.2.3
Electromagnetic compatibility.............................................................................................................................. 29
5.2.4
Connecting cables to the system periphery........................................................................................................ 33
5.2.5
Wiring device....................................................................................................................................................... 33
5.2.6
Checking functional reliability.............................................................................................................................. 34
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Commissioning................................................................................................................. 35
6.1
Setting the display contrast............................................................................................................... 35
6.2
Setting parameters............................................................................................................................ 36
6.2.1
Setting the language........................................................................................................................................... 36
6.2.2
Setting date and time.......................................................................................................................................... 36
6.2.3
Setting further parameters................................................................................................................................... 37
6.3
Function tests.................................................................................................................................... 38
6.3.1
Checking control functions.................................................................................................................................. 39
6.3.2
Checking additional functions.............................................................................................................................. 40
6.3.3
Checking parallel operation................................................................................................................................. 43
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Functions and settings..................................................................................................... 48
7.1
Key lock............................................................................................................................................. 48
7.2
General.............................................................................................................................................. 48
7.2.1
Setting device ID................................................................................................................................................. 48
7.2.2
Setting the baud rate........................................................................................................................................... 49
7.2.3
Setting the voltage display kV/V.......................................................................................................................... 49
7.2.4
Setting current display unit.................................................................................................................................. 50
7.2.5
Setting the switching pulse time.......................................................................................................................... 50
7.2.6
Configuring control inputs IO1-X1:33/31............................................................................................................. 52
7.2.7
Configuring output relays IO1-X1:25/26 and IO1-X1:23/24 ................................................................................ 53
7.2.8
Dimming display.................................................................................................................................................. 54
7.2.9
Setting motor runtime monitoring........................................................................................................................ 55
7.2.10
Swapping tapping direction................................................................................................................................. 57
7.3
NORMset........................................................................................................................................... 57
7.4
Control parameters............................................................................................................................ 59
7.4.1
Setting desired value 1...3................................................................................................................................... 61
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7.4.2
Bandwidth............................................................................................................................................................ 62
7.4.3
Setting delay time T1........................................................................................................................................... 63
7.4.4
Setting control response T1................................................................................................................................ 64
7.4.5
Setting delay time T2........................................................................................................................................... 65
7.4.6
Adjustment of desired voltage value dependent on active power....................................................................... 66
7.5
Limit values........................................................................................................................................ 72
7.5.1
Activating/deactivating absolute or relative limit values...................................................................................... 72
7.5.2
Setting undervoltage monitoring V<.................................................................................................................... 72
7.5.3
Setting overvoltage monitoring V>...................................................................................................................... 76
7.5.4
Setting overcurrent monitoring I>........................................................................................................................ 77
7.5.5
Activating/deactivating function monitoring......................................................................................................... 78
7.5.6
Switching interval monitoring............................................................................................................................... 78
7.5.7
Permitted tap positions........................................................................................................................................ 80
7.6
Compensation................................................................................................................................... 81
7.6.1
Line drop compensation...................................................................................................................................... 82
7.6.2
Z compensation................................................................................................................................................... 84
7.7
Cross-monitoring............................................................................................................................... 86
7.7.1
Setting desired value for regulator 2................................................................................................................... 87
7.7.2
Setting undervoltage limit value V< for regulator 2.............................................................................................. 87
7.7.3
Setting overvoltage limit value V> for regulator 2................................................................................................ 88
7.7.4
Setting delay time for error message.................................................................................................................. 89
7.7.5
Setting transformer for regulator 2...................................................................................................................... 90
7.8
Transformer data............................................................................................................................... 91
7.8.1
Setting the primary transformer voltage.............................................................................................................. 91
7.8.2
Setting the secondary transformer voltage.......................................................................................................... 92
7.8.3
Setting primary transformer current..................................................................................................................... 92
7.8.4
Setting the current transformer connection......................................................................................................... 93
7.8.5
Setting the phase difference for the current transformer/voltage transformer..................................................... 94
7.9
Parallel operation............................................................................................................................... 97
7.9.1
Assigning CAN bus address................................................................................................................................ 98
7.9.2
Selecting parallel operation method.................................................................................................................... 98
7.9.3
Selecting parallel operation control................................................................................................................... 101
7.9.4
Setting delay time for parallel operation error messages.................................................................................. 102
7.9.5
Deactivating parallel operation.......................................................................................................................... 102
7.10
Analog tap position capture (optional)............................................................................................. 102
7.10.1
Setting lower limit value..................................................................................................................................... 103
7.10.2
Setting upper limit value.................................................................................................................................... 104
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7.11
LED selection.................................................................................................................................. 105
7.12
Measuring transducer function........................................................................................................ 106
7.12.1
Assigning measurement parameter of outputs 1 to 4........................................................................................ 107
7.12.2
Assigning minimum physical parameter............................................................................................................ 107
7.12.3
Assigning maximum physical parameter........................................................................................................... 108
7.12.4
Assigning minimum absolute value................................................................................................................... 108
7.12.5
Assigning maximum absolute value.................................................................................................................. 108
7.13
Memory (optional)............................................................................................................................ 109
7.13.1
Setting undervoltage threshold.......................................................................................................................... 110
7.13.2
Setting overvoltage threshold............................................................................................................................ 111
7.13.3
Setting time difference of average value interval.............................................................................................. 112
7.13.4
Setting event memory size................................................................................................................................ 112
7.13.5
Time plotter....................................................................................................................................................... 115
7.14
Communication interface CIC1 (optional)........................................................................................ 121
7.14.1
Selecting the communication port..................................................................................................................... 121
7.14.2
Selecting communication baud rate.................................................................................................................. 122
7.14.3
Assigning network address............................................................................................................................... 122
7.14.4
Assigning the TCP port..................................................................................................................................... 123
7.14.5
Setting fiber-optic cable transmission behavior................................................................................................. 123
7.14.6
Selecting MODBUS type................................................................................................................................... 124
7.14.7
Setting local SCADA address............................................................................................................................ 125
7.14.8
Setting SCADA master address........................................................................................................................ 125
7.14.9
Enabling unsolicited messages......................................................................................................................... 126
7.14.10 Setting number of attempts to transmit unsolicited messages.......................................................................... 127
7.14.11 Timeout for application confirm responses........................................................................................................ 127
7.14.12 Setting the transmission delay time for the RS485 interface............................................................................. 128
7.15
Communication interface CIC2 (optional)........................................................................................ 128
7.15.1
Selecting the communication port..................................................................................................................... 128
7.15.2
Selecting communication baud rate.................................................................................................................. 129
7.15.3
Assigning network address............................................................................................................................... 129
7.15.4
Assigning the TCP port..................................................................................................................................... 130
7.15.5
Setting the transmission delay time for the RS485 interface............................................................................. 130
7.16
Info................................................................................................................................................... 131
7.16.1
Displaying the info screen................................................................................................................................. 131
7.16.2
Displaying measured values............................................................................................................................. 132
7.16.3
Carrying out LED test........................................................................................................................................ 132
7.16.4
Displaying input/output status........................................................................................................................... 133
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7.16.5
Displaying UC card status................................................................................................................................. 133
7.16.6
Resetting parameters........................................................................................................................................ 134
7.16.7
Displaying real-time clock.................................................................................................................................. 134
7.16.8
Displaying parallel operation............................................................................................................................. 135
7.16.9
Displaying data on CAN bus............................................................................................................................. 135
7.16.10 Displaying measured value memory................................................................................................................. 136
7.16.11 Displaying peak memory................................................................................................................................... 137
7.16.12 Displaying CIC card SCADA information.......................................................................................................... 138
7.16.13 Displaying upcoming messages........................................................................................................................ 138
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Fault elimination.............................................................................................................. 139
8.1
General faults.................................................................................................................................. 139
8.2
No regulation in AUTO mode.......................................................................................................... 139
8.3
Man-machine interface.................................................................................................................... 140
8.4
Incorrect measured values.............................................................................................................. 140
8.5
Parallel operation faults................................................................................................................... 141
8.6
Tap position capture incorrect......................................................................................................... 141
8.7
Other faults...................................................................................................................................... 142
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Messages......................................................................................................................... 143
9.1
Signal inputs.................................................................................................................................... 143
9.2
Signal outputs.................................................................................................................................. 144
9.3
Event messages.............................................................................................................................. 145
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Disposal........................................................................................................................... 146
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Overview of parameters................................................................................................. 147
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Technical data................................................................................................................. 151
12.1
Indicator elements........................................................................................................................... 151
12.2
Assemblies...................................................................................................................................... 151
12.2.1
AC card............................................................................................................................................................. 151
12.2.2
AD8 card .......................................................................................................................................................... 152
12.2.3
AD card............................................................................................................................................................. 153
12.2.4
AN card............................................................................................................................................................. 153
12.2.5
CIC card............................................................................................................................................................ 154
12.2.6
CPU card........................................................................................................................................................... 155
12.2.7
IO card............................................................................................................................................................... 155
12.2.8
MI card.............................................................................................................................................................. 157
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12.2.9
SU card............................................................................................................................................................. 157
12.2.10 UC card............................................................................................................................................................. 158
12.3
Electrical data.................................................................................................................................. 158
12.4
Digital inputs and outputs................................................................................................................ 159
12.5
Analog inputs and outputs............................................................................................................... 159
12.6
Dimensions and weight................................................................................................................... 159
12.7
Voltage measurement and current measurement........................................................................... 161
12.8
Ambient conditions.......................................................................................................................... 161
12.9
Tests................................................................................................................................................ 161
12.9.1
Electrical safety................................................................................................................................................. 161
12.9.2
EMC tests.......................................................................................................................................................... 161
12.9.3
Environmental durability tests........................................................................................................................... 162
Glossary........................................................................................................................... 163
List of key words............................................................................................................. 164
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1 Introduction
1 Introduction
This technical file contains detailed descriptions on the safe and proper installation, connection, commissioning and monitoring of the product.
It also includes safety instructions and general information about the product.
This technical file is intended solely for specially trained and authorized personnel.
1.1 Manufacturer
The product is manufactured by:
Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen GmbH
Falkensteinstraße 8
93059 Regensburg, Germany
Tel.: (+49) 9 41/40 90-0
Fax: (+49) 9 41/40 90-7001
E-mail: sales@reinhausen.com
Further information on the product and copies of this technical file are available from this address if required.
1.2 Subject to change without notice
The information contained in this technical file comprises the technical specifications approved at the time of printing. Significant modifications will be included in a new edition of the technical file.
The document number and version number of this technical file are shown in
the footer.
1.3 Completeness
This technical file is incomplete without the supporting documentation.
1.4 Safekeeping
This technical file and all supporting documents must be kept ready at hand
and accessible for future use at all times.
1.5 Notation conventions
This section contains an overview of the symbols and textual emphasis
used.
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1.5.1 Hazard communication system
Warnings in this technical file are displayed as follows.
1.5.1.1 Warning relating to section
Warnings relating to sections refer to entire chapters or sections, sub-sections or several paragraphs within this technical file. Warnings relating to
sections use the following format:
WARNING
Type and source of danger
Consequences
► Action
► Action
1.5.1.2 Embedded warning
Embedded warnings refer to a particular part within a section. These warnings apply to smaller units of information than the warnings relating to sections. Embedded warnings use the following format:
DANGER! Instruction for avoiding a dangerous situation.
1.5.1.3 Signal words and pictograms
The following signal words are used:
Signal
word
Meaning
DANGER
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in injury.
Indicates measures to be taken to prevent damage to
property.
WARNING
CAUTION
NOTICE
Table 1: Signal words in warning notices
Pictograms warn of dangers:
Pictogram
Meaning
Warning of a danger point
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Pictogram
Meaning
Warning of dangerous electrical voltage
Warning of combustible substances
Warning of danger of tipping
Table 2: Pictograms used in warning notices
1.5.2 Information system
Information is designed to simplify and improve understanding of particular
procedures. In this technical file it is laid out as follows:
Important information.
1.5.3 Typographic conventions
The following typographic conventions are used in this technical file:
Typographic
convention
Purpose
Example
UPPERCASE
Operating controls,
switches
PC keyboard
Software operating controls
Menu paths
ON/OFF
[Brackets]
Bold
…>…>…
Italics
[► Number of
pages].
System messages, error
messages, signals
Cross reference
[Ctrl] + [Alt]
Press Continue button
Parameter > Control parameter
Function monitoring alarm
triggered
[► 41].
Table 3: Typographic conventions
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2 Safety
2 Safety
2.1 General safety information
The technical file contains detailed descriptions on the safe and proper installation, connection, commissioning and monitoring of the product.
▪
Read this technical file through carefully to familiarize yourself with the
product.
▪
Particular attention should be paid to the information given in this chapter.
2.2 Appropriate use
The product and associated equipment and special tools supplied with it
comply with the relevant legislation, regulations and standards, particularly
health and safety requirements, applicable at the time of delivery.
If used as intended and in compliance with the specified requirements and
conditions in this technical file as well as the warning notices in this technical
file and attached to the product, then the product does not present any hazards to people, property or the environment. This applies throughout the product's entire life, from delivery through installation and operation to disassembly and disposal.
The operational quality assurance system ensures a consistently high quality
standard, particularly in regard to the observance of health and safety requirements.
The following is considered appropriate use
▪
The product must be operated in accordance with this technical file and
the agreed delivery conditions and technical data
▪
The equipment and special tools supplied must be used solely for the intended purpose and in accordance with the specifications of this technical file
2.3 Inappropriate use
Use is considered to be inappropriate if the product is used other than as described in the Appropriate use section.
Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen GmbH does not accept liability for damage resulting from unauthorized or inappropriate changes to the product. Inappropriate changes to the product without consultation with Maschinenfabrik
Reinhausen GmbH can lead to personal injury, damage to property and operational disruption.
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2.4 Personnel qualification
The product is designed solely for use in electrical energy systems and facilities operated by appropriately trained staff. This staff comprises people who
are familiar with the installation, assembly, commissioning and operation of
such products.
2.5 Operator's duty of care
To prevent accidents, disruptions and damage as well as unacceptable adverse effects on the environment, those responsible for transport, installation, operation, maintenance and disposal of the product or parts of the product must ensure the following:
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All warning and hazard notices are complied with.
▪
Personnel are instructed regularly in all relevant aspects of operational
safety, the operating instructions and particularly the safety instructions
contained therein.
▪
Regulations and operating instructions for safe working as well as the
relevant instructions for staff procedures in the case of accidents and
fires are kept on hand at all times and are displayed in the workplace
where applicable.
▪
The product is only used when in a sound operational condition and
safety equipment in particular is checked regularly for operational reliability.
▪
Only replacement parts, lubricants and auxiliary materials which are authorized by the manufacturer are used.
▪
The specified operating conditions and requirements of the installation
location are complied with.
▪
All necessary devices and personal protective equipment for the specific
activity are made available.
▪
The prescribed maintenance intervals and the relevant regulations are
complied with.
▪
Installation, electrical connection and commissioning of the product may
only be carried out by qualified and trained personnel in accordance
with this technical file.
▪
The operator must ensure appropriate use of the product.
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3 Product description
3 Product description
This chapter contains an overview of the design and function of the product.
3.1 Scope of delivery
The following items are included in the delivery:
▪
TAPCON® 240
▪
CD MR-Suite (contains the TAPCON®-trol program)
▪
Technical files
▪
Serial cable RS232
▪
USB adapter with installation CD (optional)
Please note the following:
▪
Check the shipment for completeness on the basis of the shipping documents.
▪
Store the parts in a dry place until installation.
3.2 Function description of the voltage regulation
The TAPCON® serves to keep constant the output voltage of a transformer
with an on-load tap-changer.
The TAPCON® compares the transformer's measured voltage (Vactual) with a
defined reference voltage (Vdesired). The difference between Vactual and Vdesired
is the control deviation (dV).
The TAPCON® parameters can be optimally adjusted to the line voltage response to achieve a balanced control response with a small number of tapchange operations.
The following diagram shows an overview of voltage regulation.
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Summer
Winter
regulating transformer
Automatic voltage regulator
Load profile of grid
TAPCON®
Control variable for
line voltage
I
V
Measurement
transformer
Inputs,
digital und analog
Automatic voltage regulator
TAPCON®
Station control system
for example for parallel operation of up to 16 transformers
Remote communication and control room
Figure 1: Overview of voltage regulation
3.3 Performance features
The TAPCON® is responsible for controlling tapped transformers.
Apart from control tasks, the TAPCON® provides additional functions such
as:
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Integrated protective functions:
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Undervoltage blocking and overvoltage blocking
–
Overvoltage detection with high-speed return
▪
Compensation for voltage drops on the line (line drop compensation)
▪
Compensation for voltage fluctuations in the meshed grid (Z compensation)
▪
Digital inputs and outputs can be individually programmed on-site by the
user
▪
Additional indicators using LEDs outside the display for freely selectable
functions
▪
Display of all measured values such as voltage, current, active power,
apparent power or reactive power, power factor (cos φ)
▪
Selection of 3 different desired values
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Power-dependent desired value adjustment
▪
When ordering you can choose between tap position capture:
–
using analog signal 4…20 mA
–
using analog signal via resistor contact series
–
using digital signal via BCD code
▪
Additional digital inputs and outputs which can be freely parameterized
by the customer
▪
Parallel operation of up to 16 transformers in 2 groups using the following methods:
–
Master/Follower
–
Circulating reactive current minimization
3.4 Operating modes
The device can be operated in the following operating modes:
Auto mode (AUTO) In auto mode, the voltage is automatically controlled in accordance with the
set parameters. You cannot change further device settings in auto mode.
There is no active management by a superordinate control system in this operating mode.
Manual mode (MANUAL) In manual mode, there is no automatic control. The motor-drive unit can be
controlled via the device's operating panel. You can change the device settings.
Local mode (LOCAL) There is no active management by a superordinate control system in this operating mode.
Remote mode (REMOTE) In remote mode, you can perform commands using an external control level.
In this case, manual operation of the
disabled.
Automatic regulation
Tap-change operation
using operating controls
Tap-change operation
using inputs
Tap-change operation
using SCADA*
Value adjustment using
SCADA*
,
,
and
keys is
+
LOCAL
+
REMOTE
+
LOCAL
+
REMOTE
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Table 4: Overview of operating modes
*) Optional when connecting TAPCON® to a control station system (SCADA)
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3.5 Hardware
The individual assemblies are fitted in a standardized 19-inch plug-in housing. The front panels of the assemblies are secured to the plug-in housing at
the top and bottom. An IEC 60603-2 plug connector provides the electrical
connection.
The assemblies are connected to one another via a data bus and direct current (DC) supply. This allows for an upgrade with additional plug-in modules
and extension cards at a later date.
Figure 2: Front view
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Operating panel with display
and LEDs
2
Rack for optional expansions
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3.5.1 Operating controls
The device has 15 pushbuttons. The illustration below is an overview of all
the device's operating controls .
Figure 3: Operating controls
RAISE key: Sends control command for raise tap-change to the
motor-drive unit in manual mode.
LOWER key: Sends control command for lower tap-change to the
motor-drive unit in manual mode.
REMOTE key: Activate/deactivate "Remote" operating mode.
When you deactivate this operating mode, the "Local" operating
mode is automatically activated.
MANUAL key: Activate "Manual" operating mode.
AUTO key: Activate "Automatic" operating mode.
PREV key: Change measured value display and switch to previous parameters.
NEXT key: Change measured value display and switch to next
parameters.
ENTER key: Confirm selection and save modified parameters.
ESC key: Escape current menu and select previous menu levels.
MENU key: Select main menu.
F1…F5 function keys: Select functions displayed on the screen.
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3.5.2 Display elements
The device has a graphics display and 15 LEDs, which indicate the various
operating statuses or events.
Figure 4: Display elements
1
Operating status LED, green
2
Overcurrent blocking LED, red
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3
Undervoltage blocking LED,
red
Overvoltage blocking LED,
red
Parallel operation active LED,
green
NORMset active LED , green
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LED 3, function can be freely
assigned, yellow
LED 4, function can be freely
assigned, green/yellow/red
Graphics display
12
Auto mode active LED
13
Manual mode active LED
14
LED 1, function can be freely
assigned, yellow
LED 2, function can be freely
assigned, yellow
15
Remote operating mode active LED
Lower tap-change active LED
16
Raise tap-change active LED
4
5
6
7
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Display
Figure 5: Display
1
Status line
6
2
3
Measured voltage UAct
Reference voltage URef
7
8
4
Other measured values (use
9
5
or
to switch between
them)
Tap position n-1; n; n+1
10
Bandwidth (upper and lower
limit)
Time bar for delay time T1
Highlighting for measured
voltage UAct
Highlighting for reference voltage URef
Remaining delay time T1
Other measured values In auto mode and manual mode the measured value display
using the
displayed:
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can be set
keys. The following measured values can be
Unit
Measured value
dU
I
S
P
Q
Phase
Control deviation
Current
Apparent power
Active power
Reactive power
Phase angle
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Unit
Measured value
Cos
Active factor: Cosine φ [phi] (output factor)
Table 5: Measured value display
Status line Current messages and events are displayed in the status line . You can
find more information about messages and events in the Messages [► 143]
chapter.
3.5.3 Serial interface
The parameters for the device can be set using a PC. The COM 1 (RS232)
serial interface on the front panel is provided for this purpose. You can use
the connection cable supplied to establish a connection to your PC via the
RS232 or USB port (using the optional USB adapter).
TAPCON®-trol software is needed for parameterization via the serial interface. The software and the related operating instructions are contained on
the CD provided.
Figure 6: Device connection to a PC
3.5.4 Assemblies
Depending on configuration, the device may have various assemblies which
perform the functions required. Depending on configuration, the device may
be equipped with the following assemblies:
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Default/option
Max. number
AN
AC
Option
Option
1
1
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Card
Default/option
Max. number
AD8
AD
Option
Option
CIC
CPU
IO
MI
SU
UC
Option
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
1
1, optional with extension
module
2
1
1
1
1
1 UC card in default
Up to 5 additional UC cards
possible
Table 6: Assemblies
The functions of the assemblies are described in the following sections. You
can find more information about the assemblies in the Technical data
[► 151] section.
3.5.4.1 AC card
An additional non-regulated control voltage of 60 V DC can be created with
the AC card if your system does not have external DC voltage as the signal
voltage for the device's digital inputs.
The output performance of the AC card is limited. The generated DC voltage can be used only for the control inputs of the device.
3.5.4.2 AD8 card
The analog input card has 8 inputs that can record the analog signals
(4...20mA).
3.5.4.3 AD card
The analog input card has 1 input or with an extension card 2 inputs that can
record the following analog signals:
▪
0...10 V
▪
0...20 mA
▪
4...20 mA
▪
Resistance measurement (50 Ω...2 kΩ)
3.5.4.4 AN card
Depending on configuration, the AN card provides 4 analog outputs. The following signal types are supported:
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0...1 mA
▪
0...10 mA
▪
0...20 mA
▪
4...20 mA
3.5.4.5 CIC card
As an option, the device can be equipped with up to 2 CIC cards. The CIC
cards are used to communicate using a control system protocol or
TAPCON®-trol software (CIC2).
3.5.4.6 CPU card
The CPU card is the device's central computing unit. All internal device functions and the application functions, such as processing measured values,
are controlled and monitored by the CPU card.
The CPU card contains a flash memory (optional measured value memory)
as a non-volatile data storage in which the operating data such as measured
values or events are stored. An EEPROM for storing parameters and a realtime clock (RTC) for recording time are included on the CPU card.
3.5.4.7 IO card
The IO card contains 10 digital inputs and 8 digital potential-free outputs.
3.5.4.8 MI card
The MI card measures voltage and current.
3.5.4.9 SU card
The wide range power supply (SU card) supplies the device with power.
3.5.4.10 UC card
The UC card contains 10 digital inputs and 10 digital potential-free outputs.
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4 Packaging, transport and storage
4.1 Packaging
4.1.1 Purpose
The packaging is designed to protect the packaged goods during transport,
loading and unloading as well as periods of storage in such a way that no
(detrimental) changes occur. The packaging must protect the goods against
permitted transport stresses such as vibration, knocks and moisture (rain,
snow, condensation).
The packaging also prevents the packaged goods from moving impermissibly within the packaging. The packaged goods must be prepared for shipment before actually being packed so that the goods can be transported
safely, economically and in accordance with regulations.
4.1.2 Suitability, structure and production
The goods are packaged in a sturdy cardboard box. This ensures that the
shipment is secure when in the intended transportation position and that
none of its parts touch the loading surface of the means of transport or touch
the ground after unloading.
The box is designed for a maximum load of 10 kg.
Inlays inside the box stabilize the goods, preventing impermissible changes
of position, and protect them from vibration.
4.1.3 Markings
The packaging bears a signature with instructions for safe transport and correct storage. The following symbols apply to the shipment (of non-hazardous
goods). Adherence to these symbols is mandatory.
Protect against moisture
Top
Fragile
Table 7: Shipping pictograms
4.2 Transportation, receipt and handling of shipments
In addition to oscillation stress and shock stress, jolts must also be expected
during transportation. In order to prevent possible damage, avoid dropping,
tipping, knocking over and colliding with the product.
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If a box falls from a certain height (e.g. when slings tear) or experiences an
unbroken fall, damage must be expected regardless of the weight.
Every delivered shipment must be checked for the following by the recipient
before acceptance (acknowledgment of receipt):
▪
Completeness based on the delivery slip
▪
External damage of any type.
The checks must take place after unloading when the crate or transport container can be accessed from all sides.
Visible damage If external transport damage is detected on receipt of the shipment, proceed
as follows:
▪
Immediately record the transport damage found in the shipping documents and have this countersigned by the carrier.
▪
In the event of severe damage, total loss or high damage costs, immediately notify the sales department at Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen and
the relevant insurance company.
▪
After identifying damage, do not modify the condition of the shipment
further and retain the packaging material until an inspection decision
has been made by the transport company or the insurance company.
▪
Record the details of the damage immediately onsite together with the
carrier involved. This is essential for any claim for damages!
▪
If possible, photograph damage to packaging and packaged goods. This
also applies to signs of corrosion on the packaged goods due to moisture inside the packaging (rain, snow, condensation).
▪
Be absolutely sure to also check the sealed packaging.
Hidden damage When damages are not determined until unpacking after receipt of the shipment (hidden damage), proceed as follows:
▪
Make the party responsible for the damage liable as soon as possible by
telephone and in writing, and prepare a damage report.
▪
Observe the time periods applicable to such actions in the respective
country. Inquire about these in good time.
With hidden damage, it is very hard to make the transportation company (or
other responsible party) liable. Any insurance claims for such damages can
only be successful if relevant provisions are expressly included in the insurance terms and conditions.
4.3 Storage of shipments
Selection and arrangement of the storage location should meet the following
requirements:
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Stored goods are protected against moisture (flooding, water from melting snow and ice), dirt, pests such as rats, mice, termites and so on, and
against unauthorized access.
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▪
Store the crates on timber beams and planks as a protection against rising damp and for better ventilation.
▪
Carrying capacity of the substrate under the goods is sufficient.
▪
Entrance and exit paths are kept free.
Check stored goods at regular intervals. Also take appropriate action after
storms, heavy rain or snow and so on.
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5 Mounting
This chapter describes how to correctly mount and connect the device. Note
the connection diagrams provided.
Electric shock
WARNING
Danger of death due to electrical voltage.
► De-energize device and system periphery and lock to prevent switching
back on again.
5.1 Preparation
The following tools are needed for mounting:
▪
Screwdriver for the fixing bolts (M6)
▪
Small screwdriver for connecting the signal lines and supply lines
Other tools may be needed depending on installation location.
5.2 Connecting device
The following section describes how to make the electrical connection to the
device.
Electric shock
WARNING
Danger of death due to connection mistakes
► Ground device using the grounding screw on the housing.
► Pay attention to the phase difference of the secondary terminals for the
current transformer and voltage transformer.
► Connect the output relays correctly to the motor-drive unit.
5.2.1 Cable recommendation
Please note the following recommendation from Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen when wiring the device.
Excessive electrical power can prevent the relay contacts from breaking the
contact current. In control circuits operated with alternating current, take into
account the effect of the line capacitance of long control lines on the function of the relay contacts.
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Cable
Card
Terminal
Cable type
Conductor
cross-section
Max. length
Power supply
Voltage
measurement
Current
measurement
Relay*
SU
MI/MI1
X1:1/2
1/2
Unshielded
Shielded
1.5 mm²
1.5 mm²
-
MI/MI1
5/6/9/10
Unshielded
4 mm²
-
IO
X1:1...10
Unshielded
1.5 mm²
-
Relay*
Signal inputs
UC
IO
X1:19...26
X1:1...10
X1:11...17
Unshielded
Unshielded
1.5 mm²
1.0 mm²
-
Signal inputs
UC
X1:27...34
X1:11...17
Unshielded
1.0 mm²
-
CPU
X1:27...34
1...5
Shielded
1.0 mm²
2,000 m
CAN bus
Table 8: Recommendation for connection cable (standard connections)
*) Observe line capacitance, see note above.
Cable
Card
Terminal
Cable type
Conductor
cross-section
Max. length
AC
Analog inputs
Analog outputs
RS-232
RS-485
Ethernet
AC
AD8
AN/AN1
X1/2:1/2
X1:1...3
X1
Unshielded
Shielded
Shielded
1.5 mm²
1.5 mm²
1mm²
400 m (< 25 Ω/km)
-
CIC
CIC
SID
X8
X9
RJ45
0.25 mm²
0.75 mm²
-
25 m
1,000 m (< 50 Ω/km)
100 m
CIC
MC1
X7
-
Shielded
Shielded
shielded, CAT
7
-
-
MC2
-
Fiber-optic
cable with
MTRJ-ST duplex patch cable
Fiber-optic
cable, connector type:
F-ST; fiber
type: multi
mode/single
mode; wavelength:
1310 nm
-
-
Media converter
Media converter
Table 9: Recommendation for connection cable (optional connections)
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5.2.2 Information about laying fiber-optic cable
To ensure the smooth transfer of data via the fiber-optic cable, you must ensure that mechanical loads are avoided when laying the fiber-optic cable and
later on during operation.
Please note the following:
▪
Radii must not fall below the minimum permissible bend radii (do not
bend fiber-optic cable).
▪
The fiber-optic cables must not be over-stretched or crushed. Observe
the permissible load values.
▪
The fiber-optic cables must not be twisted.
▪
Be aware of sharp edges which could damage the fiber-optic cable's
coating when laying or could place mechanical loading on the coating
later on.
▪
Provide a sufficient cable reserve near distributor cabinets for example.
Lay the reserve such that the fiber-optic cable is neither bent nor twisted
when tightened.
5.2.3 Electromagnetic compatibility
The device has been developed in accordance with applicable EMC standards. The following points must be noted in order to maintain the EMC
standards.
5.2.3.1 Wiring requirement of installation site
Note the following when selecting the installation site:
▪
The system's overvoltage protection must be effective.
▪
The system's ground connection must comply with all technical regulations.
▪
Separate system parts must be joined by a potential equalization.
▪
The device and its wiring must be at least 10 m away from circuit-breakers, load disconnectors and busbars.
5.2.3.2 Wiring requirement of operating site
Note the following when wiring the operating site:
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The connection cables must be laid in metallic cable ducts with a ground
connection.
▪
Do not route lines which cause interference (for example power lines)
and lines susceptible to interference (for example signal lines) in the
same cable duct.
▪
Maintain a gap of at least 100 mm between lines causing interference
and those susceptible to interference.
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Figure 7: Recommended wiring
1
2
Cable duct for lines causing
interference
Interference-causing line (e.g.
power line)
3
4
Cable duct for lines susceptible to interference
Line susceptible to interference (e.g. signal line)
▪
Short-circuit and ground reserve lines.
▪
The device must never be connected using multi-pin collective cables.
▪
Signal lines must be routed in a shielded cable.
▪
The individual conductors (outgoing conductors/return conductors) in
the cable core must be twisted in pairs.
▪
The shield must be fully (360º) connected to the device or a nearby
ground rail.
Using "pigtails" may limit the effectiveness of the shielding. Connect closefitting shield to cover all areas.
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Figure 8: Recommended connection of the shielding
1
Connection of the shielding
using a "pigtail"
2
Shielding connection covering
all areas
5.2.3.3 Wiring requirement in control cabinet
Note the following when wiring the control cabinet:
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The control cabinet for fitting the device must be prepared in accordance with EMC requirements:
–
Functional division of control cabinet (physical separation)
–
Constant potential equalization (all metal parts are joined)
–
Line routing in accordance with EMC requirements (separation of
lines which cause interference and those susceptible to interference)
–
Optimum shielding (metal housing)
–
Overvoltage protection (lightning protection)
–
Collective grounding (main grounding rail)
–
Cable bushings in accordance with EMC requirements
–
Any contactor coils present must be interconnected
▪
The device's connection cables must be laid in close contact with the
grounded metal housing or in metallic cable ducts with a ground connection.
▪
Signal lines and power lines/switching lines must be laid in separate cable ducts.
▪
The device must be grounded at the screw provided using a ground
strap (cross-section min. 8 mm²). The device's ground connection is a
functional ground and serves to dissipate interfering currents.
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Figure 9: Ground strap connection
5.2.3.4 Information about shielding the CAN bus
In order for the CAN bus to operate faultlessly, you have to connect the
shielding using one of the following variants. If neither connection variant is
possible, we would recommend using fiber optic cables. Fiber optic cables
decouple the voltage regulators and are not sensitive to electromagnetic interferences (surge and burst).
NOTICE
Damage to the device
If the CAN bus cable's shielding is connected to devices with different potential, current may flow over the shielding. This current may damage the
communication cards.
► Connect the devices to a potential compensation rail to compensate for
potential
► Ensure that the CAN bus cable's shielding is only connected to one device if both devices have different potentials.
Variant 1: The connected devices share the same potential
If the devices to be connected share the same potential, proceed as follows:
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Connect all devices to a potential compensation rail to compensate for
the potential.
2.
Connect CAN bus cable's shielding to all connected devices.
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Variant 2: The connected devices have different potential
Note that the shielding is less effective with this variant.
If the devices to be connected have different potential, proceed as follows:
► Connect CAN bus cable's shielding to just one device.
Connecting shielding
Connect the CAN bus cable's shielding to the intended point on the CPU
card using the cable clips provided:
Figure 10: Securing the CAN bus cable's shielding to the CPU card
1
Securing the CAN bus cable's shielding
5.2.4 Connecting cables to the system periphery
To obtain a better overview when connecting cables, only use as many
leads as necessary.
To connect cables to the system periphery, proceed as follows:
ü
Use only the specified cables for wiring. Note the cable recommendation
[► 27].
► Connect the lines to be wired to the device to the system periphery as
shown in the connection diagrams supplied.
5.2.5 Wiring device
To obtain a better overview when connecting cables, only use as many
leads as necessary.
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To wire the device, proceed as follows:
ü
Use only the specified cables for wiring. Note the cable recommendation
[► 27].
ü
Wire the lines to the system periphery [► 33].
► Wire the device according to the connection diagram.
5.2.6 Checking functional reliability
To ensure that the device is wired correctly, check its functional reliability.
Check the following:
▪
Once you have connected the device to the grid, the screen displays the
MR logo and then the operating screen.
▪
The green Operating display LED top left on the device's front panel
lights up.
The device is fully mounted and can be configured. The actions required for
this are described in the following chapter.
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6 Commissioning
You need to set several parameters and perform function tests before commissioning the device. These are described in the following sections.
Damage to device and system periphery
NOTICE
An incorrectly connected device can lead to damages in the device and system periphery.
► Check the entire configuration before commissioning.
► Prior to commissioning, be sure to check the actual voltage and operating voltage.
We recommend using a registration device to record the actual transformer
voltage value in order to evaluate how the device is functioning.
6.1 Setting the display contrast
You can adjust the contrast in the display with the help of an adjustment
screw on the front of the device. To adjust the contrast, proceed as follows:
► Use a screwdriver to turn the adjustment screw on the front of the device until the contrast is adjusted to the desired setting.
Figure 11: Setting the display contrast
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6.2 Setting parameters
To commission the device, you must set the following parameters. For more
detailed information about the parameters, refer to the respective sections.
6.2.1 Setting the language
You can use this parameter to set the display language for the device. The
following languages are available:
English
German
French
Spanish
Italian
Portuguese
Russian
To set the language, proceed as follows:
1.
>
ð
Configuration >
General.
Language
2.
Press
or
to select the required language.
3.
Press
.
ð
The language is set.
6.2.2 Setting date and time
You must set the system date and system time on the device. You must set
the date and time in the following formats:
Date
Time
DD.MM.YY
HH:MM:SS
Table 10: Formats
The time does not switch from daylight saving time to standard time and
back automatically. You have to change the time manually.
Time
To set the time, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Continue >
until the desired display appears.
ð
2.
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Time
Press
to highlight a digit.
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ð
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
.
ð
The time is set.
to reduce it.
Date
To set the date, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Continue >
until the desired display appears.
ð
2.
Date
Press
ð
Memory > Press
to highlight a digit.
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
.
ð
The date is set.
to reduce it.
6.2.3 Setting further parameters
Set further parameters to commission the device. More detailed information
about each of the parameters can be found in the Functions and settings
[► 48] chapter.
Setting transformer data
Set the transformer data and phase difference of the current transformer and
voltage transformer:
1.
Set primary transformer voltage [► 91].
2.
Set secondary transformer voltage [► 92].
3.
Set primary transformer current [► 92].
4.
Select current transformer connection [► 93].
5.
Select transformer circuit [► 94].
Setting NORMset
If you want to quickly start up voltage regulation, you can activate NORMset
mode. If you want to set the parameters yourself, continue with the sections
below.
► Activate NORMset and set the relevant parameters [► 57].
Setting control parameters
Set the following control parameters:
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1.
Set desired value 1 [► 61].
2.
Set the bandwidth [► 62].
3.
Set delay time T1 [► 63].
Setting line drop compensation (optional)
If you need line drop compensation, you must set all important parameters
for this:
1.
Select LDC compensation method [► 82].
2.
Set line data for the ohmic voltage drop Vr [► 83].
3.
Set line data for the inductive voltage drop Vx [► 84].
Setting parallel operation (optional)
If you need parallel operation, you must set all important parameters for this:
1.
Set parallel operation method to circulating reactive current method
[► 98].
2.
Assign CAN bus address [► 98].
3.
Set circulating reactive current sensitivity [► 99].
4.
Set circulating reactive current blocking [► 100].
Setting control system protocol (optional)
If you need a control system protocol, you must set all important parameters
for this. More detailed information about this can be found in the enclosed
supplement for the control system protocol description.
Setting tap position capture via analog input (optional)
If you want to capture the tap position via the analog input, you must set the
parameters required for this:
► Capture tap positions via analog input (input 1 or input 2) [► 102].
All parameters relevant to commissioning are entered. Continue with the
function tests.
6.3 Function tests
Before switching from manual mode to auto mode, Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen recommends carrying out function tests. These function tests are described in the following sections. Note the following points for all function
tests:
▪
You must ensure that the REMOTE mode is disabled before you can
control the on-load tap-changer manually in manual mode
▪
You can only activate the on-load tap-changer manually in manual
mode using the
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▪
During the function test, you must set the most important parameters.
Details on the parameters listed can be found in the Functions and settings [► 48] chapter.
6.3.1 Checking control functions
This section describes how you can check the device's control functions:
ü
Supply voltage must be present.
1.
Press
2.
Set transmission ratio for voltage transformer, current transformer and
measuring arrangement.
3.
Measure actual voltage and compare with the measured value displayed on the device's main screen.
4.
Press
key several times to display the operating values for current,
power and phase angle and compare them with values of the operating
measuring instruments.
5.
Control the on-load tap-changer manually with the
or
keys until
the measured voltage (Vactual) reaches the desired voltage (Vdesired) set in
the next stage.
6.
Set desired value 1 to the value you want [► 61].
7.
Set bandwidth in relation to step voltage [► 62].
8.
Set delay time T1 to 20 seconds [► 63].
9.
Set control response T1 to linear [► 64].
to select manual mode.
10. Press
to raise the on-load tap-changer 1 step.
11. Press
to select auto mode.
ð
After 20 seconds, the device returns the on-load tap-changer to the
original operating position.
12. Press
to select manual mode.
13. Press
to lower the on-load tap-changer 1 step.
14. Press
to select auto mode.
ð
After 20 seconds, the device returns the on-load tap-changer to the
original operating position.
15. Press
to select manual mode.
16. Set delay time T2 to 10 seconds [► 65].
17. Activate delay time T2.
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twice to raise the on-load tap-changer 2 steps.
19. Press
to select auto mode.
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ð
After 20 seconds, the device lowers the on-load tap-changer one
step and after another 10 seconds another step.
20. Press
to select manual mode.
21. Set delay time T1 [► 63] and delay time T2 [► 65] to the desired
value.
We recommend a temporary setting of 100 seconds for delay time T1 when
commissioning the transformer. Depending on the operating conditions, you
can also specify the delay time following a longer observation period. In this
regard, it is useful to register how the actual voltage progresses and the
number of tap-change operations per day.
6.3.2 Checking additional functions
This section describes how you can check the following additional functions:
▪
Undervoltage blocking
▪
Overvoltage blocking
▪
Activation of desired values 2 and 3
▪
Line drop compensation
▪
Z compensation
Proceed as follows:
Checking undervoltage blocking V<
1.
Press
to select manual mode.
2.
Set undervoltage V < [%] to 85 % [► 73].
3.
Set the absolute limit values parameter to Off [► 72].
4.
Set the V< blocking parameter to On [► 75].
5.
Set desired value 1 such that the measured voltage Vactual is below the
undervoltage V< [%] limit value [► 61].
Measured voltage = 100 V
Desired value 1 = Set to 120 V (greater than 100 V/0.85 = 117 V).
6.
ð
The Undervoltage V< LED will light up.
ð
After around 10 seconds the Undervoltage message appears in the
display and the relevant signaling relay is activated. Contact IOX1:18/19 opens and contact IO-X1:18/20 closes.
Press
ð
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to select auto mode.
The device blocks and does not issue any control commands.
7.
Press
to select manual mode.
8.
Reset the operating values for desired value 1 and undervoltage V<
[%] to the desired operating values.
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ð
The function test for undervoltage blocking is complete.
Checking overvoltage blocking V>
1.
Press
to select manual mode.
2.
Set overvoltage V> [%] to 115 % [► 76].
3.
Set the absolute limit values parameter to Off [► 72].
4.
Set desired value 1 such that the measured voltage Vactual is above
the overvoltage V> [%] limit value [► 61].
Measured voltage = 100 V
Desired value 1 = Set to 85 V (less than 100 V/1.15 = 87 V).
5.
ð
The Overvoltage V> LED will light up.
ð
The Overvoltage message appears in the display and the relevant
signaling relay is activated. Contact X1:18/19 opens and contact
X1:18/20 closes.
Press
ð
to select auto mode.
The LOWER output relay emits a control command every 1.5 seconds.
6.
Press
7.
Reset the operating values for desired value 1 and overvoltage V>
[%] to the desired operating values.
to select manual mode.
ð
The function test for overvoltage blocking is complete.
Checking desired value 2 and desired value 3
1.
Press
2.
Set desired value 2 to the value you want. [► 61]
3.
Apply voltage L+ to terminal IO-X1:31.
4.
Press
ð
until the main screen is displayed.
Desired value 2 is shown on the main screen.
5.
Set desired value 3 to the value you want [► 61].
6.
Apply voltage L+ to terminal IO-X1:33.
7.
Press
ð
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until the main screen is displayed.
Desired value 3 is shown on the main screen.
The function test for desired value 2 and desired value 3 is complete.
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Checking line drop compensation
If you want to use line drop compensation, you need to run this function test.
A load current of ≥ 10 % of the nominal transformer current is needed for the
following function tests. Before the function test, ensure that all parameters
for line drop compensation [► 82] and for Z compensation [► 84] are set
to 0.
1.
Press
2.
Set the compensation method parameter to LDC [► 82].
3.
Press
4.
If necessary, press
ð
5.
to select manual mode.
until the main screen is displayed.
until the control deviation dV is shown.
The measured voltage must be within the bandwidth.
Set line drop compensation Vr parameter to 20.0 V [► 83].
ð
The control deviation dV must be negative.
6.
Set line drop compensation Vx parameter to -20.0 V [► 84].
7.
Press
8.
If necessary, press
ð
until the main screen is displayed.
until the control deviation dV is shown.
The control deviation dV must be positive.
If the control deviation appears in the opposite direction, change the polarity
of the current transformer.
9.
Set the line drop compensation Vr and line drop compensation Vx
parameters to the desired operating values.
ð
The function test for line drop compensation is complete.
Checking Z compensation
If you want to use Z compensation, you need to run this function test. A load
current of ≥ 10 % of the nominal transformer current is needed for the following function test .
1.
Press
2.
Set all parameters for line drop compensation and Z compensation to 0.
3.
Set the compensation method parameter to Z [► 82].
4.
Press
5.
If necessary, press
ð
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until the main screen is displayed.
until the control deviation dV is shown.
The measured voltage must be within the bandwidth.
6.
Set the Z compensation parameter to 15.0 V.
7.
Press
until the main screen is displayed.
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If necessary, press
ð
until the control deviation dV is shown.
The control deviation dV must be negative.
If the control deviation appears in the opposite direction, change the polarity
of the current transformer.
9.
Set the Z compensation and Z compensation limit value parameters
to the desired operating values.
ð
The function test for Z compensation is complete.
Also refer to
2 Setting Z compensation [► 85]
2 Setting the Z compensation limit value [► 85]
6.3.3 Checking parallel operation
This section describes how you can run the function test for parallel operation.
Requirements To obtain perfect functioning in parallel operation, the voltage regulator must
be commissioned in simplex mode. Make sure that the conditions below
have been fulfilled.
▪
All devices are set to the same operating parameters for desired value,
circulating reactive current sensitivity and delay time T1.
▪
The circulating reactive current sensitivity on all devices must be set to
0 %.
▪
The circulating reactive current blocking parameter must be set to
20 %.
▪
You must undertake all settings in manual mode.
▪
Each device needs an individual address on the CAN bus.
6.3.3.1 Checking circulating reactive current sensitivity
This section describes how to run the function test for circulating reactive
current sensitivity.
1.
Adjust both transformers in simplex mode to the same actual voltage by
means of the on-load tap-changer.
ð
2.
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Both devices are in a state of equilibrium when the value of the control deviation dV [%] is smaller than the set bandwidth. You can
see this in the main screen [► 19] if the mark for the measured
voltage Vactual is within the bandwidth.
Connect the transformers in parallel and enable the parallel control.
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3.
ð
The two devices must still be in a state of equilibrium.
ð
The Parallel operation LED on the front panel is illuminated.
On one of the two transformers, raise the tap position of the on-load tapchanger by one setting; on the second transformer, lower the tap position of the on-load tap-changer by one setting.
ð
4.
The two devices must still be in a state of equilibrium.
Adjust the circulating reactive current sensitivity until the result displayed exceeds the set value for the bandwidth by approx. 0.2 % to
0.3 %.
ð
The value for the result changes in the help text in the last line of
the display.
5.
Set the value given in the previous step for all devices in parallel operation.
6.
Press
ð
ð
to select auto mode for both devices.
The devices return the on-load tap-changer units to the original tap
positions.
The function test for circulating reactive current sensitivity is complete.
If the earlier tap positions are not reached, increase the value of the circulating reactive current sensitivity [► 99] parameter.
If one of the two on-load tap-changer units switches one or more tap positions higher and the other switches the same amount lower, you need to reduce the value of the circulating reactive current sensitivity [► 99] parameter.
After you have set the circulating reactive current sensitivity parameter,
continue with the circulating reactive current blocking function test described
in the next section.
6.3.3.2 Checking circulating reactive current blocking
This section describes how to run the function test for circulating reactive
current blocking.
1.
Press
on one device to select manual mode.
2.
Using manual control, adjust the relevant motor-drive unit upwards by
the maximum permitted tap difference in operating positions between
the parallel operating transformers (for example by 1 - 2 steps).
When setting the circulating reactive current blocking in the following process step, wait approx. 2 - 3 seconds between the individual steps.
3.
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4.
The circulating reactive current blocking parameter should be reduced [► 100] from the set value of 20 % in steps of 1 % until the Parallel operation error: circulating reactive current limit exceeded is displayed.
ð
The Parallel operation LED lights up when the circulating reactive
current blocking limit is reached.
ð
Any further regulation is blocked.
5.
After the set delay time for the parallel operation error message (time
can be adjusted [► 102]), the signaling relay UC-X1:1/UC-X1:2 (default
setting) is activated.
6.
Increase the circulating reactive current blocking parameter again
until the message Parallel operation error: circulating reactive current
limit exceeded disappears.
7.
Press
ð
8.
to select auto mode.
The motor-drive unit automatically returns to the original operating
position.
Set the value determined for the circulating reactive current blocking
on the devices in parallel operation as well.
If one or all devices indicate Parallel operation error: circulating reactive current limit exceeded although the control inputs are correctly connected for
all the devices, then all the devices block.
This could be due to various causes. Further information is given in the
chapter Troubleshooting [► 139].
ð
The function test for circulating reactive current blocking is complete.
6.3.3.3 Checking tap synchronization method
This section describes how to run the function test for tap synchronization
(master/follower). If instances arise where a follower switches in the opposite
direction to the master step change, then the setting for the tapping direction
[► 57] parameter on the follower must be changed from Default to Swapped.
NOTICE
Damage resulting from formation of circulating reactive current
If the parameters are not set correctly, damage may result from the formation of circulating reactive current and the resulting overload of transmission
lines and transformers.
► Check transformer type plate.
► Set device parameters in accordance with transformer configuration.
Before starting the function test, you must carry out the following steps:
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Assign the master function to one device.
2.
Assign the follower function to the other devices.
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3.
Compare the tap position displays
of devices / . All devices must
display the same tap position, if not switch them into the same one.
Figure 14: Comparing tap positions
1
2
Master
Follower
3
Tap position display
To perform the function test, proceed as follows:
1.
Press
2.
If necessary, set the follower tapping direction [► 57].
3.
Press
on the master to select manual mode.
4.
Press
or
5.
Press
on the follower to select auto mode.
ð
The follower follows the master's control command.
Press
on the master to select auto mode.
7.
Press
on the follower to select manual mode.
Press
or
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6.
8.
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on the follower to select manual mode.
on the follower to manually change the tap position.
After expiry of the set delay time for parallel operation errors
[► 102], the Tap difference to follower error message is displayed
in the main screen on the master.
Press
several times on the follower to manually increase the tap
position by the number of permitted steps (maximum permitted tap difference) and then one more step.
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ð
After expiry of the set delay time for parallel operation errors, the
following error messages are displayed on the master: Parallel operation error: tap difference to follower
ð
After expiry of the set delay time for parallel operation errors, the
following error messages are displayed on the follower: Parallel operation error: permitted tap difference to master exceeded.
10. Press
ð
on the follower to select auto mode.
There is no response. All devices remain blocked.
11. Press
on the master and follower to select manual mode.
12. Press
or
desired step.
on the master and follower to manually set the
Since in parallel operation using the Automatic tap synchronization method the tap positions of the transformers which are running in parallel are
compared, it is absolutely essential that these transformers have the same
position designation and that the Raise and Lower signals produce the
same voltage change in all transformers.
ð
The function tests for the tap synchronization method are complete.
Installation and commissioning of the device is complete.
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7 Functions and settings
This chapter describes all the functions and setting options for the device.
7.1 Key lock
The device is equipped with a key lock to prevent unintentional operation.
You can only set or change the parameters when the key lock is deactivated
in manual mode.
Activating key lock
To activate the key lock, proceed as follows:
► Press
ð
and
at the same time.
A confirmation appears in the display for a brief period. The key lock is
activated. Parameters can no longer be entered.
Deactivating key lock
To deactivate the key lock, proceed as follows:
► Press
ð
and
at the same time.
The key lock is deactivated. Parameters can be entered.
7.2 General
You can undertake general settings on the device in the General menu item.
You can set the following general parameters:
▪
Language
▪
Regulator ID
▪
Baud rate (COM1 setting)
▪
Voltage display kV/V
▪
Current display %/A
▪
Raise/Lower pulse duration
▪
Configuration of free inputs/outputs (IOs)
▪
Display dimming
▪
Motor runtime
7.2.1 Setting device ID
You can use the device ID parameter to assign a 4-digit ID to the device.
This ID is used to uniquely identify the device in the TAPCON®-trol software.
To set the regulator ID (Controller identification), proceed as follows:
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1.
>
Configuration >
parameter is displayed.
ð
2.
to change the first digit.
If you wish to enter a multi-digit sequence, proceed to step 3. If you
do not wish to enter additional digits, proceed to step 7.
3.
Press
4.
If necessary, press
ð
until the desired
Controller identification.
Press
ð
General > Press
(digit > 9) until another digit position appears.
in order to highlight the digit position.
The required digit is highlighted and can be changed.
5.
Press
or
to change the digit.
6.
Repeat steps 3 to 5 until all required digits have been entered.
7.
Press
ð
The regulator ID is set.
.
7.2.2 Setting the baud rate
You can use the baud rate parameter to set the COM1 interface's baud rate.
You can select the following options:
▪
9.6 kilobaud
▪
19.2 kilobaud
▪
38.4 kilobaud
▪
57.6 kilobaud
To set the baud rate, proceed as follows:
1.
Press
>
Configuration >
parameter is displayed.
ð
General >
until the desired
Setting the baud rate.
2.
Press
or
to select the required baud rate.
3.
Press
.
ð
The baud rate is set.
7.2.3 Setting the voltage display kV/V
This parameter sets how the measured voltage is displayed and used. You
can select the following options:
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V: The secondary voltage of the system's voltage transformer is displayed in V and is the reference value for the control parameters.
▪
kV: The primary voltage of the system's voltage transformer is displayed
in kV and is the reference value for the control parameters.
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The voltage transformer's primary voltage is calculated by the device. For
correct functions, you must set the transformer data [► 91].
To change the desired unit for the voltage display, proceed as follows:
1.
Press
>
Configuration >
parameter is displayed.
ð
General >
until the desired
Display kV/V.
2.
Press
or
to select kV or V units.
3.
Press
.
ð
The required unit is set for the voltage display.
7.2.4 Setting current display unit
In this display, you can set the unit for the limit values displayed for overcurrent and undercurrent as a percentage ("%") or absolute value ("A").
It is only possible to change from % to A if all the transformer data have previously been entered.
To set the desired unit for the current display, proceed as follows:
1.
Press
>
Configuration >
parameter is displayed.
ð
General >
until the desired
Display %/A
2.
Press
or
to select % or A units.
3.
Press
.
ð
The required unit is set for the current display.
7.2.5 Setting the switching pulse time
You can use this parameter to set the duration of the switching pulse for the
motor-drive unit.
If you set the switching pulse time to 0 s, the motor-drive unit is activated
with a continuous signal. The signal then remains active for as long as the
or
keys are pressed.
Switching pulse in normal If you set the switching pulse time to 1.5 seconds for example, after the set
mode delay time T1 or delay time T2
there will be a switching pulse of
1.5 seconds .
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The waiting time between 2 consecutive switching pulses corresponds to the
set delay time T1 or delay time T2 .
Figure 19: Switching pulse time in normal mode
1
Set delay time T1 or T2
2
Set switching pulse time (for
example 1.5 seconds)
If the motor-drive unit does not start with the factory setting (1.5 seconds),
you need to extend the raise switching pulse time / lower switching pulse
time.
Switching pulse for rapid If you set the raise switching pulse time or lower switching pulse time to
return control 1.5 seconds for example , the next earliest switching pulse occurs in rapid
return control mode .
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Figure 20: Switching pulse in rapid return control mode
1
Start of first raise switching
pulse/lower switching pulse
2
Set switching pulse time (for
example 1.5 seconds)
3
Earliest time for the next raise
switching pulse/lower switching pulse (for example
1.5 seconds)
To set the pulse duration, proceed as follows:
1.
Press
>
Configuration >
parameter is displayed.
ð
General >
until the desired
pulse time.
2.
Press
or
to select the pulse duration you want.
3.
Press
.
ð
The R/L pulse duration is now set.
7.2.6 Configuring control inputs IO1-X1:33/31
You can use this parameter to assign functions to the freely configurable
control inputs. You can assign the following functions:
Parameter
Function description
Off
Master/Follower
No function selected
Master mode is activated when a signal is present.
Local/Remote
Follower mode is activated when no signal is present.
Local operating mode is activated.
Remote operating mode is deactivated.
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Parameter
Function description
Blocking
LV S tap change
Automatic regulation is blocked.
Delay time T1 and delay time T2 are deactivated.
Raise switching pulse and lower switching pulse
occur when value exceeds/falls below the bandwidth.
The Motor protective switch was triggered message is assigned to the control input.
Remote operating mode is activated.
MPS triggered
Remote/Local
Local operating mode is deactivated.
Table 11: Possible functions for control inputs
Local and Remote You can assign the Local/Remote and Remote/Local function to either the
IO1-X1:33 or IO1-X1:31 control input. You can set the functions described
below with this assignment:
Parameter at
control input
Message
Off
Local/Remote
Local/Remote
Remote/Local
Remote/Local
0 or 1
0
1
0
1
Manual/Auto and Raise/
Lower can be set with keys
on the front panel
Manual/Auto and Raise/Lower can
be set via control inputs or via a
serial interface
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
If you set both control inputs to Local/Remote and the Raise signal (1) is active but the Lower signal (0) is active on the other control input, the Manual/
Auto and Raise/lower functions are not possible with either the keys on the
front panel or the inputs for remote messages or serial interface.
To assign functions to the control inputs, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
parameter is displayed.
ð
General > Press
until the desired
IO1-X1:33 or IO1-X1:31.
2.
Press
or
until the desired function appears in the display.
3.
Press
.
ð
The function is assigned.
7.2.7 Configuring output relays IO1-X1:25/26 and IO1-X1:23/24
You can use this parameter to assign the freely configurable output relay
messages which are to be issued. You can assign the following messages:
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Parameter
Messages
Off
Master/Follower
Local/Remote
Undervoltage
Overvoltage blocking
Desired value 2
Desired value 3
MD operating time I>
No function selected
Assign Master/Follower message.
Assign Local/Remote message.
Assign Undervoltage blocking message.
Assign Overvoltage blocking message.
Assign Desired value 2 message.
Assign Desired value 3 message.
Pulse message triggered. Assign Motor runtime
exceeded message.
Continuous signal is active. Assign Motor runtime exceeded message.
Assign Value fallen below bandwidth message.
Assign Bandwidth exceeded message.
MD operating time D>
Bandwidth <
Bandwidth >
Table 12: Possible messages for output relays
To assign functions to the output relays, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
parameter is displayed.
ð
General > Press
until the desired
IO1-X1:25/26 or IO1-X1:23/24.
2.
Press
or
until the desired function appears in the display.
3.
Press
.
ð
The function is assigned.
7.2.8 Dimming display
You can use this parameter to activate or deactivate automatic display dimming. You can select the following options:
▪
On: The display is automatically dimmed if no key is pressed for 15 minutes. The display returns to full brightness by pressing any key.
▪
Off: Automatic display dimming is deactivated.
Activating this function extends the display's service life.
To activate/deactivate automatic display dimming, proceed as follows:
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1.
Press
>
Configuration >
parameter is displayed.
ð
General >
until the desired
Display off.
2.
Press
or
to activate/deactivate automatic dimming.
3.
Press
.
ð
Automatic dimming is set.
7.2.9 Setting motor runtime monitoring
You can use this motor runtime parameter to set the motor runtime. The motor-drive unit's runtime can be monitored by the device. This function is used
to identify motor-drive unit malfunctions during the tap-change operation and
to trigger any actions needed.
Response The motor-drive unit issues the Motor-drive unit running signal during the
tap-change operation. This signal is present until the tap-change operation is
complete. The device compares the duration of this signal with the set motor
runtime. If the set motor runtime is exceeded, the device triggers the following actions:
1.
Motor runtime monitoring message is issued
2.
Continuous signal via Motor-drive unit runtime exceeded output relay
(optional)
3.
Impulse signal via Trigger motor protective switch output relay (optional)
Parameterizing control To use runtime monitoring, you need to correctly wire the corresponding
input control input and parameterize to Motor running. The motor runtime must also be set.
Wiring control input/output If you want to monitor the motor runtime, the device and motor-drive unit
relay must be connected and parameterized as shown below.
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Figure 24: Wiring for motor runtime monitoring
1
Motor running control input
I/O
Motor protective switch triggered control input I/O (optional)
2
3
4
Motor protective switch output
relay I/O (optional)
Motor-drive unit runtime exceeded output relay I/O (optional)
If you want to use the output relay, the feedback from the motor-drive unit
Motor protective switch triggered must also be wired to a control input and
parameterized. This message resets the Motor runtime exceeded output relay when the motor protective switch is switched back on and activates the
Motor protective switch triggered message.
If the runtime monitoring is set to 0.0 seconds this equates to it being
switched off.
To set the motor runtime, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
parameter is displayed.
ð
2.
3.
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Motor runtime.
Press
ð
General > Press
to highlight the position.
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
Press
to increase the value or
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4.
Press
.
ð
The motor runtime is set.
7.2.10 Swapping tapping direction
With this parameter, you can set how the device behaves in the event of a
raise or lower tap change. You can select the following options:
Option
Description
Standard
Device switches up one step to increase the voltage.
Device switches down one step to decrease the
voltage.
Device switches down one step to increase the
voltage.
Device switches up one step to decrease the voltage.
Swapped
Table 13: Device behavior
To select the tapping direction, proceed as follows:
1.
Press
>
Configuration >
parameter is displayed.
ð
General >
until the desired
Tapping direction turned.
2.
Press
or
to select the required option.
3.
Press
.
ð
The tapping direction is selected.
7.3 NORMset
NORMset mode is used for quickly starting voltage regulation. In NORMset
mode, the bandwidth and delay time parameters are automatically adapted
to the requirements of the grid.
To start NORMset mode, you must set the following parameters:
▪
Normset activation
▪
Desired value 1
▪
Primary voltage
▪
Secondary voltage
Line drop compensation cannot be performed in NORMset mode.
Set the following parameters to operate the device in NORMset mode.
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Activating/deactivating NORMset
You can use this parameter to activate NORMset mode.
A manual tap-change operation is required to activate NORMset. This is
how the voltage regulator determines the bandwidth required.
If the transformer is switched off, another manual tap-change operation is
required.
To activate/deactivate NORMset mode, proceed as follows:
1.
>
ð
NORMset
NORMset activation.
2.
Press
or
to activate NORMset by selecting On or to deactivate
NORMset by selecting Off.
3.
Press
ð
NORMset is activated/deactivated.
.
Setting the primary voltage
With this parameter, you can set the voltage transformer's primary voltage.
To set the primary voltage, proceed as follows:
1.
>
NORMset > Press
displayed.
ð
until the desired parameter is
Primary voltage.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The primary voltage is set.
to reduce it.
Setting the secondary voltage
With this parameter, you can set the voltage transformer's secondary voltage.
To set the secondary voltage, proceed as follows:
1.
>
NORMset > Press
displayed.
ð
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Secondary voltage.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The secondary voltage is set.
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Setting desired value 1
With this parameter, you can set the desired value for automatic voltage regulation. You can enter the desired value in V or in kV. If you enter the desired value in V, the value relates to the voltage transformer's secondary
voltage. If you set the desired value in kV, the value relates to the voltage
transformer's primary voltage.
Settings in kV are only possible if you have previously entered the parameters for primary and secondary voltage.
To set the desired value, proceed as follows:
1.
>
NORMset > Press
displayed.
ð
until the desired parameter is
Desired value 1.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
ð
The desired value is set.
to reduce it.
.
7.4 Control parameters
All of the required for the regulation function are described in this section.
For voltage regulation, you can set the following parameters:
▪
Desired values 1…3
▪
Bandwidth
▪
Delay time T1
▪
Control response T1
▪
Delay time T2
▪
Power-dependent desired value adjustment
For voltage regulation, you can set delay time T1 and also delay time T2.
The following sections describe how the regulation function responds in both
cases:
Response only to delay time T1
If the measured voltage Vactual
is within the set bandwidth , no control
commands are issued to the motor-drive unit for the tap-change operation.
Control commands will also not be issued to the motor-drive unit if within the
set delay time T1
the measured voltage returns to the tolerance
bandwidth . However, if the measured voltage deviates from the set
bandwidth for a long period , a tap-change command
occurs after the
set delay time T1. The on-load tap-changer carries out a tap-change in a
positive or negative direction to return to the tolerance bandwidth.
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Figure 25: Response of the regulation function with delay time T1
1
2
3
A
+ B %: Upper limit
Vdesired: Desired value
- B %: Lower limit
Vactual is outside the bandwidth. Delay time T1 starts.
4
5
6
B
C
Vactual is outside the bandwidth. Delay time T1 starts.
D
Set delay time T1
Vactual: Measured voltage
B%: Tolerance bandwidth
Vactual is within the bandwidth
before delay time T1 is complete.
Vactual is still outside the bandwidth when delay time T1 is
complete. Tap-change operation is initiated.
Response with delay times T1 and T2
Delay time T2 can be used to correct major control deviations more quickly.
Ensure that you set a lower value for delay time T2 than delay time T1.
If the measured voltage Vactual
deviates from the set bandwidth for a long
period , a control impulse is output to the motor-drive unit after the set
delay time T1 . If the measured voltage Vactual is still outside the bandwidth,
starts once delay time T1 is complete. Once delay time T2
delay time T2
is complete, a control impulse is again output to the motor-drive unit for the
tap change
to return to the tolerance bandwidth.
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Figure 26: Response of the regulation function with delay times T1 and T2
1
2
3
A
C
+ B %: Upper limit
Vdesired: Desired value
- B %: Lower limit
Vactual is outside the bandwidth. Delay time T1 starts.
Delay time T2 complete. Tap
change triggered.
4
5
6
B
Set delay times T1 and T2.
Vactual: Measured voltage
B%: Tolerance bandwidth
Delay time T1 complete. Tap
change triggered.
The following sections describe how to set the relevant control parameters.
7.4.1 Setting desired value 1...3
You can use this parameter to set up to 3 desired voltage values URef. The
desired voltage value is specified as a fixed value. The desired value 1 is the
default desired value. Desired values 2 and 3 are activated if there is a continuous signal at factory-preset control inputs IO-X1:31 or IO-X1:33 provided
you have programmed these previously. If there is a signal at several control
inputs at the same time, desired value 2 is activated.
Options for setting the The device provides the following ways of changing the desired voltage valdesired values ue during operation:
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Using the control parameters menu item via the operating screen
▪
Using binary inputs
▪
Using control system protocols if a communication card is ready for operation
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Reference of kV and V for Desired values set in kV refer to the primary voltage of the voltage transvoltage transformer former. Desired values set in V refer to the secondary voltage of the voltage
transformer. The transformer data must be entered correctly for this display.
To set the desired value, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Control parameter > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
until the
2.
If you have already entered the transformer data, press
the unit you want: "V" or "kV".
to select
3.
Press
ð
to highlight the position.
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
4.
Press
to increase the value or
5.
Press
.
ð
The desired value is set.
to reduce it.
7.4.2 Bandwidth
You can use this parameter to set the maximum permissible deviation in
measured voltage UAct. The deviation relates to the activated desired value.
The following sections describe how you determine and set the bandwidth
required.
7.4.2.1 Determining bandwidth
In order to set the correct value, the transformer's step voltage and nominal
voltage must be known.
Too small/large a You have to set the bandwidth in such a way that the output voltage of the
bandwidth transformer (VAct) returns to within the specified tolerance bandwidth after the
tap change. If too small a bandwidth is defined, the output voltage exceeds
the bandwidth selected and the device immediately issues a tap-change
command in the opposite direction. If a very large bandwidth is selected, this
results in a major control deviation.
The following value is recommended for the bandwidth setting:
Figure 27: Recommended bandwidth
Un-1
Un
Unom
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Step voltage of tap position n
Nominal voltage
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The following transformer values are used to determine the recommended
bandwidth:
Nominal voltage Unom = 11,000 V
Step voltage in tap position 4 UStep4 = 11,275 V
Step voltage in tap position 5 UStep5 = 11,000 V
The following section describes how you can set the bandwidth.
7.4.2.2 Visual display
The deviation from the set bandwidth is shown visually in the device's display. The measured voltage
highlighting shows whether the measured
voltage is above, within or below the set bandwidth . Progress of delay
time T1 is indicated by the gradual filling of the time bar . The seconds
display
above this indicates the remaining delay time T1.
Figure 28: Visual display of deviation from desired value
1
2
3
Bandwidth (upper and lower
limit)
Time bar for delay time T1
Measured voltage UAct
4
Desired voltage value URef
5
Remaining delay time T1
7.4.3 Setting delay time T1
Use this parameter to set delay time T1. This function delays the issuing of a
tap-change command for a defined period. This prevents unnecessary tapchange operations if the tolerance bandwidth is exited.
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To set the delay time T1, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Control parameter > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
2.
Press
ð
until the
to highlight the position.
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the time or
4.
Press
.
ð
The delay time T1 is set.
to reduce it.
7.4.4 Setting control response T1
The control response T1 can be set to linear or integral.
Linear control response T1 With linear control response, the device responds with a constant delay time
regardless of the control deviation.
Integral control response With integral control response, the device responds with a variable delay
T1 time depending on the control deviation. The greater the control deviation
(ΔV) in relation to the set bandwidth (B), the shorter the delay time. The delay time can therefore be reduced down to 1 second. This means that the
device responds faster to large voltage changes in the grid. Regulation accuracy improves as a result but the frequency of tap-changes increases too.
Figure 29: Diagram showing integral control response
ΔV/B
1
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"Delay time T1" parameter
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To set the control response T1, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Control parameter > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
2.
Press
or
3.
Press
.
ð
The control response T1 is set.
until the
to set the response you want.
7.4.5 Setting delay time T2
With this parameter, you can set delay time T2. Delay time T2 is used to
compensate for large control deviations faster.
The delay time T2 only takes effect if more than one tap-change operation is
required to return the voltage to within the set bandwidth. The first output
pulse occurs after the set delay time T1. After the set tap-change delay time
T2 has elapsed, additional pulses occur in order to correct the existing control deviation.
The following requirements must be noted to set delay time T2:
▪
The delay time T2 must be greater than the switching pulse time.
▪
The delay time T2 must be greater than the maximum operating time of
the motor-drive unit.
▪
The delay time T2 must be less than the value set for delay time T1.
To set the delay time T2, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Control parameter > Press until the
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
Delay time T2.
2.
Press
to increase the time or
3.
Press
.
ð
The delay time T2 is set.
to reduce it.
Activating/deactivating delay time T2
To activate/deactivate delay time T2 , proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Control parameter > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
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T2 activation.
2.
Press
or
to activate/deactivate T2.
3.
Press
.
ð
The delay time T2 is activated/deactivated.
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7.4.6 Adjustment of desired voltage value dependent on active power
You can use these parameters to set an active-power-dependent adjustment
of the desired voltage value. The desired value [► 61] you have set will be
adjusted automatically depending on the active power measured. This function is used to compensate for a voltage drop during increased load or an increase in voltage due to a decentralized feed-in.
Depending on whether positive or negative active power is measured, the
desired value calculation is based on 2 linear equations (see example in diagram below).
Description
Parameter
Function
Settings (see diagram below)
Vmax
Max. power-dependent desired value
Min. power-dependent
desired value
Desired value at 0 active power
Active power at max.
desired value
Maximum set desired value is activated
when Pmax is exceeded.
Maximum set desired value is activated
when value falls below Pmin.
Set desired value is activated when
measured active power is 0 MW.
Set maximum active-power value above
which the power-dependent desired value is to attain the maximum value Vmax.
Set minimum active-power value below
which the power-dependent desired value is to attain the minimum value Vmin.
103.0 V
Vmin
VP0
Pmax
Pmin
Active power at min.
desired value
99.0 V
100.00 V
20.0 MW
-20.0 MW
Table 14: Parameters to be set for active-power-dependent desired value adjustment
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Figure 30: Power-dependent desired value adjustment
1
2
Vref
Pmeas
Pmin
Linear dependency with
negative active power
Linear dependency with
positive active power
Resulting power-dependent desired value
Measured active power
Pmax
Vmin
Active power limit for
maximum desired value
Minimum desired value
Vmax
Maximum desired value
VP0
Set desired value when
measured active power =
0
Active power limit for minimum desired value
Response to Pmax being exceeded
If the measured active power Pmeas[MW] exceeds the set parameter Pmax, the
value Vmax is adopted as the desired value (see diagram).
Response to value falling below Pmin
If the measured active power Pmeas[MW] falls below the set parameter Pmin, the
value Vmin is adopted as the desired value (see diagram).
Response to a measured active power Pmeas[MW] = 0 MW:
If the measured active power Pmeas[MW] = 0, the set parameter UP0 is adopted
(see diagram).
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Linear dependency with negative active power:
If the measured active power 0 > Pmeas is ≥ Pmin, the following formula is used
to calculate the desired value (see range
in diagram):
Linear dependency with positive active power:
If the measured active power 0 ≤ Pmeas is ≤ Pmax, the following formula is used
to calculate the desired value (see range
in diagram):
To activate the active-power-dependent desired value adjustment, set all the
parameters described in the following sections.
7.4.6.1 Activating/deactivating power-dependent desired value adjustment
You can use this parameter to activate or deactivate the active-power-dependent desired value adjustment. When you activate the active-power-dependent desired value adjustment, all the following requirements must be
met for this function to be active:
If one of the requirements listed below is not met, the active-power-dependent desired value adjustment is not activated. Desired value 1, desired value 2 or desired value 3 is automatically used for regulation depending on
the setting.
▪
You must set the following parameters with valid values:
–
Power-dependent desired value must be set to ON
–
Maximum active-power-dependent desired value
–
Minimum active-power-dependent desired value
–
Desired value at active power = 0
–
Active power at maximum desired value
–
Active power at minimum desired value
▪
A valid active power is measured
▪
A current transformer must be connected to measure the current
▪
A valid voltage is measured
Depending on device configuration, there are 3 ways in which the activepower-dependent desired value adjustment can be activated/deactivated:
▪
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REMOTELY using a control input on the IO card, UC1 card or UC2 card
▪
REMOTELY using SCADA
Activating/deactivating parameters on device
To activate or deactivate the power-dependent desired value adjustment,
proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Control parameter > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
Power-dependent desired value.
2.
Press
or
to select the option you want.
3.
Press
.
ð
The power-dependent desired value adjustment is activated/deactivated.
Activating/deactivating parameters via a control input
Depending on configuration, you can also activate the active-power-dependent desired value adjustment via an input on the following cards:
▪
IO card
▪
UC1 card
▪
UC2 card
To activate/deactivate the active-power-dependent desired value adjustment
via an input, you have to activate the REMOTE operating mode. The activepower-dependent desired value adjustment is activated when there is a voltage (ON) at the input. If there is no voltage at the input, active-power-dependent desired value adjustment is deactivated and the desired value set
on the device is used.
You can only perform this alternative activation if you have cards with the
necessary configuration. More detailed information can be found in the connection diagram provided. The inputs can be adjusted later on. Contact Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen about this.
If you activate/deactivate the active-power-dependent desired value adjustment via an input, you can no longer activate/deactivate this function via the
display.
To activate/deactivate the active-power-dependent desired value adjustment
via an input, proceed as follows:
1.
Press
to activate remote operation.
2.
Apply voltage via the intended input in accordance with the connection
diagram.
The following sections describe how to set the other parameters.
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Activating/deactivating parameters via SCADA
Depending on configuration, you can activate/deactivate the active-powerdependent desired value adjustment with the aid of a command via SCADA.
More detailed information can be found in the connection diagram provided.
To activate/deactivate active-power-dependent desired value adjustment via
SCADA, proceed as follows:
1.
Press
to activate remote operation.
2.
Send command to device in accordance with protocol specification.
The following sections describe how to set the other parameters.
7.4.6.2 Setting minimum/maximum desired value
You can use these parameters to set the maximum and minimum desired
value. The maximum or minimum desired value is activated when the measured active power reaches the set minimum or maximum active power.
You can enter the values in V or in kV. It is only possible to change from V
to kV if all the transformer data have previously been entered.
Setting maximum permissible power-dependent desired value
To set the maximum permissible power-dependent desired value, proceed
as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Control parameter > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
Maximum power-dependent desired value.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The maximum permissible power-dependent desired value is set.
Setting minimum permissible power-dependent desired value
To set the minimum permissible power-dependent desired value, proceed as
follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Control parameter > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
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Minimum power-dependent desired value.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The minimum permissible power-dependent desired value is set.
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The following sections describe how to set the other parameters.
7.4.6.3 Setting desired value with active power 0
You can use this parameter to set the desired value which is to be used as
soon as the measured active power is 0.
You can enter the values in V or in kV. It is only possible to change from V
to kV if all the transformer data have previously been entered.
To set the desired value, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Control parameter > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
Desired value at 0 active power.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The desired value is set.
to reduce it.
The following sections describe how to set the other parameters.
7.4.6.4 Setting active power at maximum/minimum desired value
You can use these parameters to set the maximum and minimum activepower value at which the maximum and minimum active-power-dependent
desired value [► 70] is to be used for regulation.
Setting maximum active-power value
To set the maximum active-power value, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Control parameter > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
Active power at max. desired value.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The maximum active-power value is set.
Setting minimum active-power value
To set the minimum active-power value, proceed as follows:
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1.
>
Parameter >
Control parameter > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
Active power at min. desired value.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The minimum active-power value is set.
to reduce it.
7.5 Limit values
In the Limit values menu item, you can set all the parameters needed for limit value monitoring as relative or absolute values. You can set three limit values:
▪
Undervoltage V<
▪
Overvoltage V>
▪
Overcurrent I>
Limit value monitoring is used to reduce damage to the system periphery.
The following sections describe how you can set the parameters.
7.5.1 Activating/deactivating absolute or relative limit values
You can use this parameter to select either the set relative or absolute limit
values. The following settings are possible:
Parameter
Function
Off
The device uses the relative limit values [%] you have
entered
The device uses the absolute limit values [V] you have
entered
On
Table 15: Selection between relative and absolute value
To activate/deactivate the absolute limit values, proceed as follows:
1.
>
ð
Parameter >
Limit values.
Absolute limit values.
2.
Press
for On setting or
for Off setting.
3.
Press
.
ð
The absolute limit value is activated/deactivated.
7.5.2 Setting undervoltage monitoring V<
You can use these parameters to set the limit values for an undervoltage.
Undervoltage monitoring prevents tap-change operations if there is a power
cut.
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Response If the measured voltage Vactual
falls below the set limit value , the red
LED V< lights up . The device's output pulses are blocked at the same time
provided you have activated the blocking undervoltage V< parameter.
Once the set signaling delay time [► 74]
has passed, the signaling
relay activates (contact IO-X1:18/19 closes and IO-X1:18/20 opens). The
Undervoltage V<
message appears in the display. The message is reset
as soon as the measured voltage Vactual again exceeds the limit value for undervoltage . If the measured voltage Vactual falls below 30 V
(for
example when the transformer is switched off), the Undervoltage message is
also displayed. You can however suppress [► 75] this message.
Figure 31: Response to value falling below limit value
1
2
3
+ B %: Upper limit
Vdesired: Desired value
- B %: Lower limit
7
A
B
4
Set limit value for undervoltage V<
Limit value for suppressing
messages below 30 V
Set signaling delay time for
limit value for undervoltage
V<
C
Vactual: Measured voltage
Value falls below limit value
Undervoltage V< message is
displayed
Voltage falls below 30 V
D
Voltage exceeds 30 V again
E
Value exceeds limit value
5
6
Setting undervoltage V< as %
You can use this parameter to set the limit value as a relative value (%). This
limit value refers to the desired value you have set. If you want to use the set
relative value as the limit value, go to Absolute limit values and activate
the Off selection.
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To set the limit value for undervoltage V<, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
parameter is displayed.
Limit values > Press
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The limit value is set.
until the desired
to reduce it.
Setting undervoltage V< in V/kV
You can use this parameter to set the limit value as an absolute value in V or
kV units. If you use the
key to change the display to kV, this value
relates to the primary transformer voltage. If you change the display to V,
this relates to the secondary voltage.
If you want to use the set absolute values as the limit value, go to Absolute
limit values and activate the On selection.
To set the absolute limit value for undervoltage V<, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
parameter is displayed.
Limit values > Press
2.
If necessary press
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
.
ð
The limit value is set.
until the desired
to select the unit you want, "V" or "kV".
to reduce it.
Setting signaling delay time for undervoltage V<
You can use this parameter to set the delay time after which the Undervoltage relay is to activate and the event message appear on the display. This
can be used to prevent messages from being issued when the value briefly
falls below the limit value. The undervoltage LED always lights up immediately regardless.
To set the delay time for this message, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
parameter is displayed.
2.
Press
ð
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until the desired
to highlight the position.
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the time or
4.
Press
.
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ð
The signaling delay time for undervoltage V< is set.
Activating/deactivating undervoltage blocking
You can use this parameter to set how the device behaves if the voltage falls
below the undervoltage limit. You can select the following options:
Setting
Function
On
Off
Automatic regulation is blocked.
Automatic regulation remains active.
Table 16: Behavior
To activate/deactivate the undervoltage blocking, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
parameter is displayed.
ð
Limit values > Press
until the desired
V< blocking.
2.
Press
for On setting or
for Off setting.
3.
Press
.
ð
Undervoltage blocking is activated/deactivated.
Activating/deactivating message for voltages below 30 V
You can use this parameter to set whether the Undervoltage message is to
be suppressed at a measured value of less than 30 V. This setting is used to
ensure that no event message appears when the transformer is switched off.
You can select the following options:
Setting
Function
On
The Undervoltage message is also displayed
when the measured value is less than 30 V.
The Undervoltage message is no longer displayed when the measured value is less than
30 V.
Off
Table 17: Response
To activate/deactivate the message, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
parameter is displayed.
ð
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until the desired
V< also under 30 V.
2.
Press
for On setting or
3.
Press
.
ð
The message is activated/deactivated.
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7.5.3 Setting overvoltage monitoring V>
You can use these parameters to set the limit values for overvoltage monitoring. This overvoltage monitoring triggers tap-change operations to return
to the desired operating status. If the operating status can no longer be corrected, a message is triggered by the Function monitoring relay.
Response to high-speed If the measured voltage Vactual exceeds the set limit value , the red LED V>
return and associated signaling relay activate (contact IO-X1:18/19 opens and IOX1:18/20 closes). The Overvoltage V> message appears in the display. At
the same time, the high-speed return function is activated without delay time
T1. Once the set switching pulse time
has passed, the tap position is
lowered
by activating the motor-drive unit until the measured voltage
Vactual
again falls below the limit value . The Overvoltage V> message is
reset.
Figure 32: Response to limit value being exceeded
1
2
3
4
Set limit value for overvoltage
V>
+ B %: Upper limit
Vdesired: Desired value
- B %: Lower limit
5
Set switching pulse time
6
Vactual: Measured voltage
A
B
C
Value exceeds limit value
Value falls below limit value
High-speed return is started
(lower tap-change)
The following sections describe how you can set the parameters for the
overvoltage monitoring V> limit value.
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Set overvoltage V< as %
The limit value is entered as a relative value (%) of the set desired value. To
set the limit value, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
parameter is displayed.
Limit values > Press
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The limit value is set.
until the desired
to reduce it.
Setting overvoltage V> in V/kV
You can use this parameter to set the limit value as an absolute value in V or
kV units. If you use the
key to change the display to kV, this value
relates to the primary transformer voltage. If you change the display to V,
this relates to the secondary transformer voltage.
If you want to use the set absolute values as the limit value, go to Absolute
limit values and activate the On selection.
To set the absolute limit value for overvoltage limit V>, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
parameter is displayed.
Limit values > Press
2.
If necessary press
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
.
ð
The limit value is set.
until the desired
to select the unit you want, V or kV.
to reduce it.
7.5.4 Setting overcurrent monitoring I>
You can use this parameter to set the limit value for overcurrent to prevent
tap-change operations in the event of excess load currents.
If the measured current exceeds the set limit value, the red LED I> and associated signaling relay activate. The Overcurrent blocking message appears in the display. The device's output pulses are blocked at the same
time.
You have to enter the limit value as a relative value (%) of the current transformer's set nominal current. You can use the
key to change the input
from a percentage % to absolute values in amps A. The percentage value
relates to the nominal current. To change the input, the transformer data
[► 91] must be set.
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To set the limit value I> overcurrent for overcurrent blocking, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
parameter is displayed.
Limit values > Press
2.
If necessary press
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
.
ð
The limit value is set.
until the desired
to select the unit you want: % or A.
to reduce it.
7.5.5 Activating/deactivating function monitoring
If the measured value leaves the current bandwidth (desired value +/- bandwidth) for more than 15 minutes without a tap-change operation taking place,
the function monitoring relay is activated. This results in a message on the
display which is only reset when the measured value returns to within the
current bandwidth.
If the measured voltage is below 30 V, then the measured value is outside
the bandwidth and the relevant relay is also activated after 15 minutes. You
can deactivate this function if you want to avoid a function monitoring message when the transformer is switched off:
1.
>
Parameter >
parameter is displayed.
Limit values > Press
2.
Press
or
3.
Press
.
ð
Function monitoring is activated/deactivated.
until the desired
to select the option you want.
7.5.6 Switching interval monitoring
You can use this function to monitor the typical tap-change response of your
transformer. To do this, you can set the permissible number of consecutive
RAISE operations within a defined time period in auto mode.
If the maximum permissible number of tap-change operations is exceeded,
the device blocks any more RAISE operations for a time that you can set. As
an option, Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen can parameterize the device such
that a message is output via a relay during the blocking time.
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Figure 33: Normal control response (left); abnormal control response (right)
1
2
Device blocking
Defined time period for monitoring RAISE operations
T1
B
%
Delay time T1
Bandwidth B%
7.5.6.1 Setting maximum number per time interval
You can use this parameter to define the maximum permissible number of
consecutive RAISE operations.
The 0 setting deactivates the tap-change supervisory control function. There
is no limit to the maximum number of consecutive RAISE operations.
To set the maximum number of permissible consecutive RAISE operations,
proceed as follows:
1.
>
Control parameter >
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
Limit values > Press
until the
Max. steps in time window.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
ð
The maximum number of permissible consecutive RAISE operations is
set.
.
7.5.6.2 Setting time window for monitoring RAISE operations
You can use this parameter to define the time interval for monitoring the
number of consecutive RAISE operations.
To set the time interval (time slice), proceed as follows:
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1.
>
Control parameter >
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
Limit values > Press
until the
Time slice for steps.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The time interval is set.
to reduce it.
7.5.6.3 Setting blocking time
You can use this parameter to define the blocking time after reaching the
maximum permissible number of consecutive RAISE operations. Further
RAISE commands are blocked during this blocking time.
To set the blocking time, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Control parameter >
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
Limit values > Press
until the
Block time max steps.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The blocking time is set.
to reduce it.
7.5.6.4 Setting counting behavior
You can use this parameter to define the counting behavior. All RAISE operations within the defined time period are counted as standard, even if they
are interrupted by a LOWER operation. Alternatively, you can stipulate that
the counter is reset during a LOWER operation.
To set the counting behavior, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Control parameter >
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
Limit values > Press
until the
Lower -> reset raise cnt.
2.
Press
or
to set the option you want.
3.
Press
.
ð
The desired option is selected.
7.5.7 Permitted tap positions
You can use the parameters described below to restrict the permissible
range of tap positions in auto mode.
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In manual mode, for manual tap changes on the motor-drive unit or for remote tap changes via a SCADA system, monitoring of the step limits is not
active. This may result in the set limits being exceeded.
When switching from manual to auto mode, the tap changer should be within the permitted tap positions.
7.5.7.1 Setting minimum permitted tap position
You can use this parameter to set the minimum permitted tap position. To do
so, proceed as follows:
1.
Press
>
Parameter >
parameter is displayed.
ð
2.
until the desired
Tap min.
Press
ð
Limit values >
to highlight the position.
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
4.
Press
ð
The minimum permitted tap position is set.
.
7.5.7.2 Setting the maximum permitted tap position
You can use this parameter to set the maximum permitted tap position. To
do so, proceed as follows:
1.
Press
>
Parameter >
parameter is displayed.
ð
2.
until the desired
Tap max.
Press
ð
Limit values >
to highlight the position.
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
4.
Press
ð
The maximum permitted tap position is set.
.
7.6 Compensation
You can use the compensation function to compensate for the load-dependent voltage drop between the transformer and consumer. The device provides 2 methods of compensation for this purpose:
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Line drop compensation
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Z compensation
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Line drop compensation
Z compensation
More accurate compensation
Can only be used with minor
changes in the phase angle φ
Is not dependent on phase angle φ
Full knowledge of the line data
needed
More parameters needed for configuration
-
Is simple to set
Can be used with meshed networks
Table 18: Comparison of methods of compensation
7.6.1 Line drop compensation
Line drop compensation (LDC) requires exact line data. Line voltage drops
can be compensated very accurately using LDC.
To set line drop compensation correctly, you need to calculate the ohmic
and inductive voltage drop in V with reference to the secondary side of the
voltage transformer. You also need to correctly set the transformer circuit
used.
Figure 40: Line drop compensation equivalent circuit
Figure 41: Illustration showing line drop compensation
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You can calculate the ohmic and inductive voltage drop using the following
formulas.
Formula for calculating the ohmic voltage drop:
Formula for calculating the inductive voltage drop:
Vr
Vx
IN
Ohmic line resistance in Ω/km
Inductive line resistance in Ω/km
Nominal current (amps) of selected current transformer connection on device:0.2 A; 1 A; 5 A
Current transformer ratio
Voltage transformer ratio
Ohmic line resistance in Ω/km per phase
Inductive line resistance in Ω/km per phase
Length of line in km
kCT
kVT
r
x
L
7.6.1.1 Setting the ohmic voltage drop Vr
You can use this parameter to set the ohmic voltage drop.
If you do not want to use line drop compensation, you have to set the value
0.0 V.
To set the ohmic voltage drop Vr, proceed as follows:
1.
>
ð
2.
Compensation.
Vr line drop compensation.
Press
ð
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to highlight the position.
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
.
ð
The ohmic voltage drop Vr is set.
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7.6.1.2 Setting the inductive voltage drop Vx
You can use this parameter to set the inductive voltage drop. The compensation effect can be rotated by 180° in the display using a plus or minus sign.
If you do not want to use line drop compensation, you have to set the value
0.0 V.
To set the inductive voltage drop Vx, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Compensation > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
2.
Vx line drop compensation.
Press
ð
until the
to highlight the position.
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
.
ð
The inductive voltage drop Vx is set.
to reduce it.
7.6.2 Z compensation
To keep the voltage constant for the consumer, you can use Z compensation
to activate a current-dependent increase in voltage. Z compensation is not
dependent on the phase angle φ and should only be used for small changes
in phase angle.
You can also define a limit value to avoid excess voltage on the transformer.
Figure 42: Z compensation
To use Z compensation, you need to calculate the increase in voltage (ΔV)
taking the current into account. Use the following formula for this purpose:
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∆V
VTr
VLoad
Voltage increase
Transformer voltage with
current I
Voltage on line end with
current I and on-load tapchanger in same operating
position
I
IN
kCT
Load current in A
Nominal current of current
transformer connection in A
(0.2 A; 1 A; 5 A )
Current transformer ratio
Sample calculation: VTr = 100.1 V, VLoad = 100.0 V, IN = 5 A kCT = 200 A/5 A, I
= 100 A
Produces a voltage increase ∆V of 0.2%
The following sections describe how you can set the parameters you need
for Z compensation.
7.6.2.1 Setting Z compensation
This parameter sets the voltage increase ∆V previously calculated.
If you do not want to use Z compensation, you have to set the value 0.0 %.
To set the Z compensation, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Compensation > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
Z compensation.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The Z compensation is set.
to reduce it.
7.6.2.2 Setting the Z compensation limit value
You can use this parameter to define the maximum permissible voltage increase to avoid excess voltage on the transformer.
If you do not want to use a limit value, you have to set the value 0.0 %.
To set the limit value, proceed as follows:
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1.
>
Parameter >
Compensation > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
Z comp. limit value.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The limit value is set.
to reduce it.
7.7 Cross-monitoring
You can use cross-monitoring to set reciprocal monitoring of 2 devices for
compliance with the set voltage limit values. At least 2 devices with different
CAN bus addresses are needed for cross-monitoring.
CAN bus
V
V
Figure 43: Cross-monitoring
No measured value or For the check, the measured voltage of the device
is transmitted to the
measurement card error
device
via a second separate measurement input and vice versa. The
calculated measured voltage is compared with the original measured values
via the CAN bus. If the measured values deviate, the Measured value error
message is issued.
Checking the limit values When checking the limit values, one device transmits a measured voltage to
the other via the second separate measurement input. You can set the following limit values for this measured value:
▪
Separate desired value [► 87]
▪
Undervoltage limit value [► 87]
▪
Overvoltage limit value [► 88]
As soon as one of the set limit values is exceeded, once the set delay time
for the error message [► 89] has lapsed, the Measured value error message is output. If wired accordingly, relay contacts can block the raise/lower
pulse to the motor-drive unit. Regulation of individual devices is not affected
by limit value monitoring.
The following sections describe how you set the relevant parameters for the
monitoring device.
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Also refer to
2 Setting delay time for error message [► 89]
2 Setting desired value for regulator 2 [► 87]
2 Setting undervoltage limit value V< for regulator 2 [► 87]
2 Setting overvoltage limit value V> for regulator 2 [► 88]
7.7.1 Setting desired value for regulator 2
You can use this parameter to set the desired value for the device to be
monitored.
You can use the
key to change the display to the following units:
Volts (V)
Kilovolts (kV)
This value relates to the secondary
voltage of the system's voltage
transformer.
This value relates to the primary
voltage of the system's voltage
transformer.
Table 19: Units available
If you want to change the display from V to kV, you have to set the transformer data of the device to be monitored.
To enter the desired value of the device to be monitored, proceed as follows:
1.
>
ð
Parameter >
Cross-monitoring.
Vdes. regulator 2.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The desired value of the device to be monitored is set.
7.7.2 Setting undervoltage limit value V< for regulator 2
You can use this parameter to set the undervoltage limit value V< of the device to be monitored. You can set the undervoltage limit value V< as an absolute value (V or kV).
Setting absolute value
You can use the
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Volts (V)
Kilovolts (kV)
This value relates to the secondary
voltage of the system's voltage
transformer.
This value relates to the primary
voltage of the system's voltage
transformer.
Table 20: Units available
If you want to change the display from V to kV, you have to set the transformer data of the device to be monitored.
To set the undervoltage limit value of the voltage regulator to be monitored,
proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Cross-monitoring > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
V< regulator 2.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The undervoltage limit value is set as an absolute value.
Setting relative value
To set the undervoltage limit value of the voltage regulator to be monitored,
proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Cross-monitoring > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
V< regulator 2.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The undervoltage limit value is set as a relative value.
7.7.3 Setting overvoltage limit value V> for regulator 2
You can use this parameter to set the overvoltage limit value V> of the device to be monitored. You can set the undervoltage limit value V< as an absolute value (V or kV).
Setting absolute value
You can use the
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Volts (V)
Kilovolts (kV)
This value relates to the secondary
voltage of the system's voltage
transformer.
This value relates to the primary
voltage of the system's voltage
transformer.
Table 21: Units available
If you want to change the display from V to kV, you have to set the transformer data of the device to be monitored.
To set the overvoltage limit value of the voltage regulator to be monitored,
proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Cross-monitoring > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
V> regulator 2
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The overvoltage limit value is set as an absolute value.
Setting relative value
To set the overvoltage limit value of the voltage regulator to be monitored,
proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Cross-monitoring > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
V< regulator 2.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The overvoltage limit value is set as a relative value.
7.7.4 Setting delay time for error message
You can use this parameter to set the delay time for the cross-monitoring error message. If an error is recorded by a monitoring device, the error message is only displayed after the delay time .
To set the error message delay time, proceed as follows:
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1.
>
Parameter >
Cross-monitoring > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
Error message.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The delay time is set.
to reduce it.
7.7.5 Setting transformer for regulator 2
You use these parameters to set the transformer data of the device to be
monitored.
Setting the primary transformer voltage
The primary transformer voltage is set in kV.
To set the primary transformer voltage of voltage regulator 2, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Cross-monitoring > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
2.
P.T. prim. voltage reg. 2.
Press
ð
until the
to highlight the decimal place.
The decimal place is defined and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
.
ð
The primary transformer voltage is set.
to reduce it.
Setting the secondary transformer voltage
The secondary transformer voltage is set in V.
To set the secondary transformer voltage of voltage regulator 2, proceed as
follows:
1.
>
Parameter >
Cross-monitoring > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
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P.T. sec. voltage reg. 2.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The secondary transformer voltage is set.
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7.8 Transformer data
The transformation ratios and measuring set-up for the voltage and current
transformers used can be set with the following parameters. The device
uses this information to calculate the corresponding measured values on the
primary side of the current transformer (and therefore the transformer) from
the recorded measured values. These are then displayed.
The following parameters are available for this purpose:
▪
Primary voltage
▪
Secondary voltage
▪
Primary current
▪
Secondary current (current transformer connection)
▪
Transformer circuit
The measured values displayed for the device are influenced by the settings
for the above parameters. Note the table below.
Parameter set
Measured value display
Primary
voltage
Secondary
voltage
Primary
current
Transformer
connection
Voltage (main
screen)
Current
(main screen)
Current (info
screen)
-
Yes
-
-
Secondary voltage [V]
-
Yes
Yes
-
-
Primary voltage
[kV]
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
Primary voltage
[kV]
Primary current [A]
Yes
Yes
-
Yes
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Primary voltage
[kV]
Primary voltage
[kV]
Secondary current [% of connection]
Secondary current [% of connection]
Secondary current [% of connection]
Secondary current [A]
Secondary current [A]
Primary current [A]
Table 22: Influence of transformer data on measured value display
7.8.1 Setting the primary transformer voltage
This parameter can be used to set the primary transformer voltage in kV.
When you are setting the primary transformer voltage, the device shows the
primary voltage rather than the secondary voltage in the main screen and
you can also set the control parameters in kV.
If a setting of 0 kV is chosen, no primary transformer voltage is displayed.
To set the primary transformer voltage, proceed as follows:
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1.
>
ð
2.
to highlight the decimal place.
The decimal place is defined and the value can be changed.
Press
ð
Transformer data.
Primary voltage.
Press
ð
3.
Configuration >
to highlight the position.
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
4.
Press
to increase the value or
5.
Press
.
ð
The primary transformer voltage is set.
to reduce it.
7.8.2 Setting the secondary transformer voltage
This parameter can be used to set the secondary transformer voltage in V.
To set the secondary transformer voltage, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Transformer data > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
2.
Secondary voltage.
Press
ð
until the
to highlight the position.
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
4.
Press
.
ð
The secondary transformer voltage is set.
7.8.3 Setting primary transformer current
This parameter can be used to set the primary transformer current.
▪
When you are setting the primary transformer current, the measured
value is displayed in the main screen.
▪
If you set a value of 0, no measured value is displayed in the main
screen.
Setting parameter
Primary current
No parameterization
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Unknown
Current feed
Power connection
Display
Info screen
Main screen
Primary/secondary current
1A
100 %
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Setting parameter
Primary current
Current feed
Secondary current
Display
Power connection
Info screen
Main screen
Primary/secondary current
No parameterization
50 A
1A
1A
1A
0A
Unknown
1A
50 A
1A
1A
100 % (of primary
current)
1 A (of secondary
current)
50 A (of primary
current)
50 A (of primary
current)
Table 23: Example of unit displayed: %/A
To set the primary transformer current, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Transformer data > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
2.
Primary current.
Press
ð
until the
to highlight the position.
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
ð
The primary transformer current is set.
to reduce it.
.
7.8.4 Setting the current transformer connection
This parameter can be used to set the current transformer connection. This
setting is needed for the device to display the correct secondary current in
the info screen.
If you select the "Unknown" option, the percentage of current (with reference
to the current transformer connection used) is displayed in the info screen.
▪
0.2 A
▪
1A
▪
5A
To set the current transformer connection, proceed as follows:
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1.
>
Configuration >
Transformer data > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
until the
Current transformer connection.
ð
2.
Press
or
to select the required connection terminal.
3.
Press
.
ð
The current transformer connection is set.
7.8.5 Setting the phase difference for the current transformer/voltage
transformer
You can use this parameter to set the phase difference of the current transformer and voltage transformer. You can set the common transformer circuits as follows:
Setting
Measurement method
Phase difference
0 1PH
0 3PHN
0 3PH
90 3PH
30 3PH
-30 3PH
1 phase
3 phase
3 phase
3 phase
3 phase
3 phase
0°
0°
0°
90°
30°
-30°
Table 24: Set values for transformer circuit
Note the following sample circuits to select the correct transformer circuit.
Circuit A: 1-phase measurement in 1-phase grid
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The voltage transformer VT is connected to the outer conductor and
neutral conductor.
▪
The current transformer CT is looped into the outer conductor.
▪
The voltage VL1 and current IL1 are in phase.
▪
The voltage drop on an outer conductor is determined by the current IL1.
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Circuit B: 1-phase measurement in 3-phase grid
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Figure 45: Phase difference 0 3PHN
▪
The voltage transformer VT is connected to the outer conductors L1 and
the neutral conductor.
▪
The current transformer CT is looped into the outer conductor L1.
▪
The voltage V and current I are in phase.
▪
The voltage drop on an outer conductor is determined by the current IL1.
Circuit C:
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The voltage transformer VT is connected to the outer conductors L1 and
L2.
▪
The current transformer CT1 is looped into the outer conductor L1 and
CT2 into the outer conductor L2.
▪
The current transformers CT1 and CT2 are connected crosswise in parallel (total current = IL1 + IL2).
▪
The total current IL1 + IL2 and voltage VL1-VL2 are in phase.
▪
The voltage drop on an outer conductor is determined by the current:
(IL1 + IL2) / √3.
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Circuit D
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Figure 47: Phase difference 90 3PH
▪
The voltage transformer VT is connected to the outer conductors L1 and
L2.
▪
The current transformer CT is looped into the outer conductor L3.
▪
The current IL3 is ahead of voltage VL1-VL2 by 90°.
▪
The voltage drop on an outer conductor is determined by the current IL3.
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The voltage transformer VT is connected to the outer conductors L1 and
L2.
▪
The current transformer CT is looped into the outer conductor L2.
▪
The current IL2 is ahead of voltage VL2-VL1 by 30°.
▪
The voltage drop on an outer conductor is determined by the current IL2.
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Figure 49: Phase difference -30 3PH
▪
The voltage transformer VT is connected to the outer conductors L1 and
L2.
▪
The current transformer CT is looped into the outer conductor L1.
▪
The current IL1 lags behind VL1-VL2 by 30°. This corresponds to a phase
shift of -30°.
▪
The voltage drop on an outer conductor is determined by the current IL1.
To set the phase difference for the transformer circuit, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Transformer data > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
Transformer circuit.
2.
Press
or
to select the required phase difference.
3.
Press
ð
The phase difference is set.
.
7.9 Parallel operation
In theParallel operation menu item, you can set the parameters needed for
parallel transformer operation. Parallel transformer operation is used to increase the throughput capacity or short-circuit capacity in one place.
Conditions for parallel Compliance with the following general conditions is required for operating
operation transformers in parallel:
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Identical rated voltage
▪
Transformer power ratio (< 3 : 1)
▪
Maximum deviation of short-circuit voltages (VK) for transformers connected in parallel < 10 %
▪
Same number of vector groups
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You can control up to 16 transformers connected in parallel in one group or
in 2 groups without detection of system topology. Information is swapped between the voltage regulators operating in parallel using the CAN bus. Parallel operation is activated using one of 2 status inputs or the control system.
Parallel control can take one of two forms:
▪
Parallel operation following the "Circulating reactive current minimization" principle
▪
Parallel operation following the "Tap synchronization" (master/follower)
principle
The following sections describe how you can set the parameters.
7.9.1 Assigning CAN bus address
You can use this parameter to assign a CAN bus address to the device. So
that all devices can communicate using the CAN bus, each device requires a
unique identifier. Addresses can be set from 1 to 16. If the value is set to 0,
then no communication takes place.
To enter the CAN bus address, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Parallel operation > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
CAN address.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The CAN bus address is saved.
to reduce it.
7.9.2 Selecting parallel operation method
You can use this parameter to select a parallel operation method. Two different methods can be assigned to the device.
▪
Circulating reactive current minimization
▪
Tap synchronization (master/follower)
You must select the same parallel operation method for all voltage regulators operating in parallel.
The following sections describe how you can set the parameters for a parallel operation method.
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7.9.2.1 Setting circulating reactive current method
When the circulating reactive current parallel operation method is selected, then parallel operation is carried out using the circulating reactive current
minimization method. The circulating reactive current is calculated from the
transformer currents and their phase angles. A voltage proportional to the
circulating reactive current is added to the independently operating voltage
regulators as a correction for the measurement voltage. This voltage correction can be reduced or increased using the circulating reactive current sensitivity setting.
The circulating reactive current method is suited to transformers connected
in parallel with a similar nominal output and short-circuit voltage VK and to
vector groups with the same and different step voltages. This does not require any information about the tap position.
To set the circulating reactive current parallel operation method, proceed
as follows:
1.
>
ð
Configuration >
Parallel operation.
Parallel operation method.
2.
Press
display.
or
until circulating reactive current appears in the
3.
Press
ð
The parallel operation method is set.
.
When using the circulating reactive current parallel operation method, you
have to set the parameters for the circulating reactive current sensitivity
and circulating reactive current blocking.
Setting circulating reactive current sensitivity
The circulating reactive current sensitivity is a measure of its effect on the
behavior of the voltage regulator. At a setting of 0 % no effect is present.
With circulating reactive current relating to the rated current of the current
transformer, if you set the value to 10 % for example, this would cause the
voltage in the voltage regulator to be corrected by 10 %. This correction to
the voltage can be increased or decreased with this setting to attain the optimum value.
As soon as you change the circulating reactive current sensitivity value, the
value for the result changes in the help text in the display.
To set the circulating reactive current sensitivity, proceed as follows:
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1.
>
Configuration >
Parallel operation > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
Stability.
2.
Press
3.
If necessary, press
ð
until the
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
to highlight the decimal place.
The decimal place is now highlighted and the value can be
changed.
4.
Press
.
ð
The circulating reactive current sensitivity is set.
Setting circulating reactive current blocking
You can use this parameter to set the limit value for the maximum permissible circulating reactive current. If, during parallel operation, the circulating reactive current exceeds the set limit value, then the following event is activated:
▪
Problem with parallel operation
All devices operating in parallel are blocked. Depending on the set delay
time for the parallel operation error message, the signaling relay Problem
with parallel operation is activated.
To set the blocking limit for the maximum permitted circulating reactive current, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Parallel operation > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
Blocking.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The blocking limit for the maximum permitted circulating reactive current
is set.
7.9.2.2 Setting tap synchronization
With the tap synchronization method, you need to designate one voltage
regulator as the master and all others as followers. The master handles voltage regulation and transmits its current tap positions to all followers via the
CAN bus. The followers compare the tap position received with their own tap
position. If the set permissible tap difference between the tap position received and their own position is exceeded, the followers switch to the tap position received from the master. This ensures that the transformers operating
in parallel are always in the same tap position.
For the tap synchronization method, you can select the following options:
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Option
Description
Master
Follower
Sync.auto
The voltage regulator is designated as the master.
The voltage regulator is designated as the follower.
Automatic assignment of master or follower.
If no master is detected, the voltage regulator with the
lowest CAN bus address is automatically designated
as the master. All other voltage regulators are designated as followers.
Table 25: Tap synchronization method
In order to use the sync.auto option, an individual CAN bus address must
be assigned to each voltage regulator. Up to 16 CAN participants are supported.
To set the tap synchronization method, proceed as follows:
1.
>
ð
Configuration >
Parallel operation.
Parallel operation method.
2.
Press
or
to select the option you want.
3.
Press
ð
The tap synchronization method is selected.
.
7.9.3 Selecting parallel operation control
As an option, the device can be fitted with a plug-in card for parallel operation with an existing parallel operation control unit when extending existing
systems. You can connect the following parallel operation control units:
▪
SKB 30E
▪
VC 100E-PM/PC
The settings required for parallel control must be undertaken in accordance
with the relevant valid operating instructions of the parallel operation control
unit.
If you do not have a parallel control unit, in the SKB parallel operation display you must select the Off selection. The possible selections are described
in more detail in the table below.
Selection
Function
On
Parallel operation control with existing parallel control
unit
Parallel operation control via CAN bus
Off
Table 26: Settings for SKB parallel operation
To select the type of parallel operation control, proceed as follows:
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1.
>
Configuration >
Parallel operation > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
SKB parallel operation.
2.
Press
or
to set the option you want.
3.
Press
.
ð
The type of parallel control is set.
7.9.4 Setting delay time for parallel operation error messages
You can use this parameter to set the delay time for a parallel operation error message so that brief fault messages are not received if the motor-drive
units involved in the parallel operation have different runtimes. Once the set
delay time has elapsed, the event is issued at the output relay. Automatic
regulation is blocked and the on-load tap-changers can only be adjusted in
manual mode.
To set the delay time for the parallel operation method, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Parallel operation > Press
desired parameter is displayed.
ð
until the
Parallel error delay.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The delay time for the parallel operation message is set.
7.9.5 Deactivating parallel operation
To deactivate parallel operation, proceed as follows:
1.
>
ð
Configuration >
Parallel operation.
Parallel operation method.
2.
Press
or
to deactivate parallel operation with the Off selection.
3.
Press
.
ð
Parallel operation is deactivated.
7.10 Analog tap position capture (optional)
You can configure each of the 8 analog inputs of the AD8-1 card independently of one another. You can use inputs 1 and 2 of the AD8-1 card to capture the 3 tap positions. Here the measured current value (4...20m A) is assigned to a tap position. You need to configure the <AD8-1 On 1/2/3 lower
limit> with the lowest tap position and <AD8-1 On 1/2/3 upper limit> with the
highest tap position.
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The device is configured at the factory in accordance with the order. However, should modifications be necessary, note the following sections.
The analog input is used to record the tap position of an analog signal transmitter:
AD card
▪
Resistor contact series (200 - 2,000 ohms)
▪
Or injected current (0/4 - 20 mA)
AD8 card
▪
Injected current (0/4...20 mA)
Adjustment to the existing signal transmitter must be carried out during commissioning.
7.10.1 Setting lower limit value
You can use these parameters to set the lower limit value for the tap position
as a relative or absolute value. You can undertake the settings for input 1 or
input 2 of the AD8 card.
Setting relative value
To configure the analog input, you must specify the lower limit value of the
input signal.
With injected current as the transmitter signal, you must set the value to 0 %
for 0 mA. For 4 mA, you must set the value to 20 %.
If the signal transmitter for capturing the tap position is a resistor contact series, you must set the value to 20 %.
To set the lower limit value (%) of input 1 or input 2, proceed as follows:
1.
>
ð
2.
Continue >
Analog inputs.
Input 1 lower limit/Input 2 lower limit.
Press
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to highlight the position.
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
.
ð
The lower limit value for the tap position is assigned.
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Setting absolute value
To configure the analog input, an absolute value must be assigned to the
lower value of the applied signal.
To set the lower limit value (absolute) for input 1 or input 2, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Continue >
Analog inputs Press
until the desired parameter is displayed.
ð
Input 1 lower value/input 2 lower value
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The lower limit value for the tap position is assigned.
7.10.2 Setting upper limit value
You can use these parameters to set the upper limit value for the tap position as a relative or absolute value. You can undertake the settings for input
1 or input 2 of the AD8 card.
Setting relative value
To configure the analog input, you must specify the upper limit value for the
input signal. With injected current as the transmitter signal, you must set the
value to 0 % for 20 mA.
If the signal transmitter for capturing the tap position is a resistor contact series, you must set the value to 100 %.
To set the upper limit value (%) for input 1 or input 2, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Continue >
Analog inputs Press
until the desired parameter is displayed.
ð
2.
Input 1 upper limit or input 2 upper limit.
Press
ð
to highlight the position.
The desired position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
.
to reduce it.
Setting absolute value
To configure the analog input, an absolute value must be assigned to the upper value of the applied signal.
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To set the upper limit value (absolute) for input 1 or input 2, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Continue >
Analog inputs Press
until the desired parameter is displayed.
ð
Input 1 upper value/input 2 upper value.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
to reduce it.
7.11 LED selection
You can use this parameter to assign functions to the 4 free LEDs [► 19]
which light up when an event occurs. You can use labeling strips to label
them.
Depending on your device configuration, the following parameters can be
used by MR for special functions. In this case, these parameters are pre-assigned. You may not be able to view or freely assign these parameters.
Functions available for An overview of all possible functions which you can assign to the LEDs is
LEDs provided in the table below.
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Function description
Off
IOxx/UCxx
SI:bef1
SI:bef2
Undervoltage
Overvoltage
Overcurrent
Par. error
Motor protection
Blocking
Circulating reactive current
Master
Follower
Automatic
Bandwidth <
Bandwidth >
LED deactivated
There is a signal at control input IOxx/UCxx (e.g. IO:25)
SI:bef1 (command) is received
SI:bef2 (command) is received
Undervoltage present
Overvoltage present
Overcurrent present
Parallel operation error present
Motor protective switch triggered
Regulation is blocked
Parallel operation selected using circulating reactive
current method
Device in parallel operation activated as master
Device in parallel operation activated as follower
Auto mode activated
Value is below bandwidth
Value is above bandwidth
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Functions
available
Function description
Powerdep.des.
Power-dependent desired value adjustment activated
Table 27: Functions available for LEDs
Assigning function
To assign a function to an LED, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Continue >
parameter is displayed.
2.
Press
or
3.
Press
.
ð
The function is assigned.
LED selection > Press
until the desired
to select the option you want.
All additional LEDs can be assigned as described previously. The LEDs
available can be called up as follows:
LED (parameter)
Characteristics
LED 1
LED 2
LED 3
LED 4 rot
LED 4 green
Single-colored
Single-colored
Single-colored
Two-colored
Two-colored
Press
1x
2x
3x
4x
Table 28: Configurable LEDs
Also refer to
2 Display elements [► 19]
7.12 Measuring transducer function
Depending on the configuration and version of the measuring transducer
module 2 or 4, the transducer module can be used to obtain measured values as analog values in the following ranges:
▪
± 20 mA
▪
± 10 mA
▪
± 10 V (only AN2 card)
▪
± 1 mA
The following values are available:
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V2 (optional via a second measurement input)
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I1
▪
Active current
▪
Reactive current
▪
Active power
▪
Reactive power
▪
Apparent power
▪
Tap position
▪
Desired value
If the analog outputs have not been set as you want them in the factory, the
section below describes how you can adjust the measuring transducer.
7.12.1 Assigning measurement parameter of outputs 1 to 4
In this display you can assign a measurement parameter to be transferred to
the measuring transducer output.
In order to assign a measurement parameter to the measuring transducer
output, proceed as follows (example using measuring transducer 1/2; "output
1 measured value"):
1.
>
Configuration >
Measuring transducer 1/2.
ð
Continue >
Continue >
Output 1 measured value.
2.
Press
or
displayed.
until the desired measurement parameter is
3.
Press
ð
The desired measurement parameter is assigned.
.
7.12.2 Assigning minimum physical parameter
In this display you can assign a minimum physical parameter to the measuring transducer output.
To assign the lower physical parameter to the measuring transducer, proceed as follows:
1.
Press
>
Configuration >
Measuring transducer 1 / 2 >
displayed.
ð
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Continue >
until the desired parameter is
Output 1 bottom.
2.
Press
or
until the desired physical parameter is displayed.
3.
Press
.
ð
The desired physical parameter is assigned.
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7.12.3 Assigning maximum physical parameter
In this display you can assign a maximum physical parameter to the measuring transducer output.
To assign the upper physical parameter to the measuring transducer, proceed as follows:
1.
Press
>
Configuration >
Measuring transducer 1 / 2 >
displayed.
ð
Continue >
Continue >
until the desired parameter is
Output 1 top.
2.
Press
or
until the desired physical parameter is displayed.
3.
Press
.
ð
The desired physical parameter is assigned.
7.12.4 Assigning minimum absolute value
In this display you can assign a minimum limit value to the measuring transducer output as an absolute value.
To assign the minimum absolute value, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Continue >
Measuring transducer 1 / 2 > Press
displayed.
ð
Continue >
until the desired parameter is
Output 1 lower value.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The minimum absolute value is assigned.
7.12.5 Assigning maximum absolute value
In this display you can assign a maximum limit value to the measuring transducer output as an absolute value.
To assign the maximum absolute value, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Continue >
Measuring transducer 1 / 2 > Press
displayed.
ð
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Output 1 upper value.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
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ð
The minimum absolute value is assigned.
7.13 Memory (optional)
With this you can undertake measured value memory settings. This configures the event memory and recorder function. The device has a memory capacity of 8 MB. The memory is split into 2 areas:
Average value memory
In the average value memory, all measured and calculated values are averaged and saved using the average value intervals you set. You can set
[► 112] the average value intervals in stages between 1 and 40 seconds.
Event memory
Data is always saved to the event memory at the highest resolution without
first being averaged. You can also determine how much memory space is to
be made available exclusively for the event memory [► 112].
Triggering event The data recorder can trigger an event depending on the undervoltage
and/or overvoltage limit value that you can set. The data recorded here are
stored in the measured value memory's event memory.
Chronological sequence To allow instances where values exceed or fall below the limit values to be
better evaluated, the chronological sequence for the measured and calculated values also includes the last 10 seconds before values actually exceed or
fall below the limit value. Each event is saved for a maximum of 5 minutes.
When an event is active, only the chronological sequence of the measured
and calculated values is stored in the event memory.
As soon as there is no more free space in the event memory, the oldest values are overwritten by the new values measured. You can access information about the current event memory content via the Info [► 136] menu.
Data recorder
The data-recorder module can be used to save the data listed below and
display and evaluate it either on the display or using the TAPCON®-trol visualization software on a PC.
The following values are displayed:
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–
On-load tap-changer position
–
Voltage
–
Active current
–
Reactive current
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▪
Calculated values
–
Active power
–
Reactive power
–
Apparent power
–
Output factor
Calculation of the values stated depends on the measured values captured
and the parameters set, for example:
▪
Current measuring circuit
▪
Primary current
▪
Voltage transformer data from primary and secondary sides
A correct calculation can only be undertaken if you have correctly entered
the configuration data in full.
7.13.1 Setting undervoltage threshold
You can use these parameters to set the undervoltage threshold as a relative or absolute value. If the voltage falls below the set undervoltage threshold, high-resolution measured values are saved for as long as this situation
prevails.
Relative value
To set the undervoltage threshold, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Memory.
ð
Configuration >
Continue >
Continue >
V< threshold.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The undervoltage threshold is set.
to reduce it.
Absolute value
Entries can be made either in V or kV. If you enter the absolute value in V, it
relates to the secondary transformer voltage. If you enter the absolute value
in KV, it relates to the primary voltage.
To set the undervoltage threshold, proceed as follows:
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1.
>
Configuration >
Memory > Press
ð
Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
V< memory.
2.
If necessary press
3.
If V is selected, press
ð
Continue >
to select the unit you want, V or kV.
to highlight the decimal place.
The decimal place is now highlighted and the value can be
changed.
4.
Press
to increase the value or
5.
Press
.
ð
The undervoltage threshold is set.
to reduce it.
7.13.2 Setting overvoltage threshold
You can use these parameters to set the overvoltage threshold as a relative
or absolute value. If the voltage exceeds the set overvoltage threshold, highresolution measured values are saved for as long as this situation prevails.
Relative value
To set the overvoltage threshold, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Memory > Press
ð
Continue >
Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
V> threshold.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
3.
Press
.
ð
The overvoltage threshold is set.
to reduce it.
Absolute value
Entries can be made either in V or kV. If you enter the absolute value in V, it
relates to the secondary transformer voltage. If you enter the absolute value
in KV, it relates to the primary voltage.
To set the overvoltage threshold, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Memory > Press
ð
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Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
V> memory.
2.
If necessary press
3.
If V is selected, press
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ð
The decimal place is now highlighted and the value can be
changed.
4.
Press
to increase the value or
5.
Press
.
ð
The overvoltage threshold is set.
to reduce it.
7.13.3 Setting time difference of average value interval
You can use this parameter to set the long-term memory for the device. The
memory is split into the average value memory and event memory. Depending on the setting, intervals of 1; 2; 4; 10; 20 or 40 seconds are saved in the
average value memory.
When you set the average value interval, the complete memory is cleared
once the change is confirmed.
To set the average value interval, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Memory > Press
ð
Continue >
Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
Average value interval.
2.
Press
to increase the time or
3.
Press
.
ð
The average value interval is set.
to reduce it.
7.13.4 Setting event memory size
You can use this parameter to configure the event memory size. The event
memory stores instances of values exceeding or falling below the preset
threshold values (V> and V<). It stores this information in high resolution.
The maximum number of events depends on the size of the event memory:
Event memory size
256 kB
512 kB
1024 kB
2048 kB
Maximum number of
events
20
40
80
160
Table 29: Event memory size
Event lasting less than 5 minutes
If the event lasts less than 5 minutes, it is recorded in high resolution . The
high-resolution data are first recorded 10 seconds
before the event . If
the voltage has returned to the bandwidth , the event is still recorded until
has passed.
the overrun time of 10 seconds
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At a low resolution
, the entire process is saved.
Figure 60: Event duration (more than 5 minutes)
1
Saving at high resolution
B
2
Saving at low resolution
C
3
Run-in time/overrun time; duration: 10 seconds
Start of event's run-in time
D
A
Event occurs (voltage departs
from bandwidth)
Event occurs (voltage returns
to bandwidth)
End of event's overrun time
Event lasting more than 5 minutes
The high-resolution
data are first recorded 10 seconds
before the
event . If the event is still active after 5 minutes , the data continues to
be saved at a low resolution . If the voltage returns to the bandwidth ,
this is considered a new event. The high-resolution recording of new data
commences at the start of the 10-second run-in time
and ends after the
10-second overrun time .
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Figure 61: Event duration (more than 5 minutes)
1
High-resolution recording
B
2
Low-resolution recording
C
3
4
Duration: 10 seconds
Duration of high-resolution recording: 5 minutes
Start of event's run-in time
D
E
A
F
Event occurs (voltage departs
from bandwidth)
End of high-resolution recording; start of low-resolution recording
Start of event's run-in time
Event occurs (voltage returns
to bandwidth)
End of event's overrun time
The table below shows the memory time. Depending on the average value
interval and the size of the event memory, it is a maximum of 401 days.
Average value
interval
1s
2s
4s
10 s
20 s
40 s
Size of event memory
256 kB
10 d
20 d
40 d
100 d
201 d
401 d
512 kB
9d
19 d
38 d
96 d
193 d
386 d
1024 kB
8d
17 d
35 d
89 d
178 d
356 d
2048 kB
7d
14 d
29 d
73 d
147 d
295 d
Table 30: Memory time of measured value memory
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When you set the event memory size, the complete memory is cleared as
soon as you confirm the change.
To set the event memory size, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Memory > Press
ð
Continue >
Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
Event memory.
2.
Press
or
to set the event memory size you want.
3.
Press
.
ð
The event memory size is set.
7.13.5 Time plotter
The Info menu item is where you'll find the time plotter function. The actual
voltage and desired value you have set is displayed here. The units of voltage per unit are defined automatically and you can change them at any time.
You can undertake the following settings in the time plotter function:
▪
Division of time axis
▪
Voltage range
▪
Retrace time
▪
Retrace date
The following sections describe how you can access the time plotter.
7.13.5.1 Visual display of time plotter function
The time plotter is displayed as follows:
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Symbols
Figure 62: Time plotter symbols
1
2
Move time axis back
Move time axis forward
3
Increase set values by one
unit
4
5
Select values to set
Decrease set values by one
unit
3
Actual voltage value display
4
Set desired voltage value display
Desired/actual voltage value display
Figure 63: Desired/actual value
1
2
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Overvoltage/undervoltage display
Figure 64: Overvoltage/undervoltage
1
2
Overvoltage bar/undervoltage
bar
Lower voltage value
3
Upper voltage value
7.13.5.2 Moving time axis
You can set the reporting times in the setting box in the time plotter. Refer to
the table for the time axis division and the resulting duration of the range
shown.
Steps which can be
set (grid width)
Displayed range (in
full display)
15 s
30 s
1 min
3.5
min
7 min
14 mi
n
2.5
min
35 mi
n
5 min
10 min
70 mi
n
140 mi
n
Table 31: Duration of range displayed
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Figure 65: Time axis
1
Horizontal grid lines (the set
reporting time range is between the horizontal grid
lines)
2
Setting box for reporting times
displayed
To undertake settings, proceed as follows:
1.
>
ð
2.
until the desired display appears.
Time plotter.
Press
ð
Info > Press
to highlight the setting box for reporting times.
The setting box is now highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to move the display forwards one step or
back one step.
ð
The time axis is set.
to move it
7.13.5.3 Setting voltage range
In this display the voltage range is shown in the area between the horizontal
grid lines. You can restrict the area between the horizontal grid lines in the
corresponding setting box. Depending on the display setting, you can display
the voltage range to be displayed in V or kV. The voltage range to be displayed is divided as follows:
Division
0.5 V
0.1 k
V
1V
0.2
kV
2V
0.5 k
V
5V
1 kV
10 V
2 kV
15 V
5 kV
10 k
V
20 k
V
Table 32: Voltage range between the horizontal grid lines
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Figure 66: Voltage range
1
Horizontal grid lines (the set
voltage range is between the
horizontal grid lines)
2
Setting box for voltage range
displayed
To set the voltage range, proceed as follows:
1.
>
ð
2.
until the desired display appears.
Time plotter.
Press
ð
Info > Press
until the setting box for the voltage range is highlighted.
The setting box is now highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to advance one unit or
ð
The voltage range is set.
to move back one unit.
7.13.5.4 Setting retrace time
This function allows you to move the sequence to a precise time in order to
trace how voltage has behaved in the past.
Any time between the present time and the oldest time in the memory can
be set. The time is entered in the following format: HH:MM:SS
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Figure 67: Retrace time
1
Time
To move the sequence to a precise time, proceed as follows:
1.
>
ð
2.
until the desired display appears.
Time plotter.
Press
ð
Info > Press
until the setting box for the retrace time is highlighted.
The setting box is now highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to advance the time or
to move it back.
ð
The retrace time is set. The sequence for the specified time appears in
the display.
7.13.5.5 Setting retrace date
This function allows you to display the sequences of measured values for a
time or date you have selected in order to trace how voltage has behaved in
the past.
Any date between the present date and the oldest time in the memory can
be set. The date is entered in the following format: DD.MM.YY
Figure 68: Retrace date
1
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To move the sequence to a precise time, proceed as follows:
1.
>
ð
2.
until the desired display appears.
Time plotter.
Press
ð
Info > Press
until the setting box for the retrace date is highlighted.
The setting box is now highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
digit.
to advance the date by one digit or
to move it back one
ð
The retrace date is set. The sequence for the specified day appears in
the display.
7.14 Communication interface CIC1 (optional)
The following section describes how to configure the communication interface.
7.14.1 Selecting the communication port
You can use this parameter to select the communication port used for the
CIC card. You can select the following options:
▪
RS232
▪
RS485
▪
Ethernet
▪
Optical fiber
You can only select one communication port. All remaining ports remain disabled. It is not possible to use several communication ports at the same
time.
This display is only provided for the following interface protocols:
▪
DNP3
▪
IEC 60870-5-101
▪
IEC 60870-5-103
▪
MODBUS ASCII/RTU
▪
ABB SPA
To select the communication port, proceed as follows:
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1.
>
Configuration >
Comm. interface 1.
ð
Continue >
Continue >
Comm. connection CIC1.
2.
Press
or
to set the option you want.
3.
Press
.
ð
The communication port is selected.
7.14.2 Selecting communication baud rate
You can use this parameter to set the desired baud rate for the communication interface. You can select the following options:
▪
9.6 kilobaud
▪
19.2 kilobaud
▪
38.4 kilobaud
▪
57.6 kilobaud
The baud rate of 57.6 kilobaud is only active for communication interfaces
RS232, RS485 and optical fiber.
A baud rate of 57.6 kilobaud cannot be used for Ethernet.
This display is only provided for the following interface protocols:
▪
DNP3
▪
IEC 60870-5-101
▪
IEC 60870-5-103
▪
MODBUS ASCII/RTU
▪
ABB SPA
To set the communication interface baud rate, proceed as follows:
1.
Press
>
Configuration >
Comm. interface Press >
ð
Continue >
Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
Baud rate comm. CIC1.
2.
Press
or
to set the option you want.
3.
Press
.
ð
The baud rate is selected.
7.14.3 Assigning network address
You can use this parameter to assign a network address (IPv4) to the device. If you want to connect the device by means of Ethernet, you need to
set a valid network address.
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This display is only provided for the following interface protocols:
▪
DNP3
▪
MODBUS ASCII/RTU
To assign the network address, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Comm. interface 1 > Press
ð
2.
Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
Network address CIC1.
Press
ð
Continue >
to highlight the position.
The position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
ð
The network address is assigned.
to reduce it.
.
7.14.4 Assigning the TCP port
You can use this parameter to assign a TCP port to the device. If you want
to connect the device by means of Ethernet, you need to set a valid TCP
port.
This display is only provided for the following interface protocols:
▪
DNP3
▪
MODBUS ASCII/RTU
To assign the TCP port, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Comm. interface 1 > Press
ð
2.
Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
TCP Port CIC1.
Press
ð
Continue >
to highlight the position.
The position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
ð
The TCP port is assigned.
to reduce it.
.
7.14.5 Setting fiber-optic cable transmission behavior
You can use this parameter to set the device's transmission behavior, when
you connect the device via optical fiber (OF). This determines whether or not
the transmit LED lights up when the signal (logical 1) is active.
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Setting
Logical 1
Logical 0
ON
OFF
Light on
Light off
Light off
Light on
Table 33: Transmission behavior for various parameter settings
This display is only provided for the following interface protocols:
▪
DNP3
▪
IEC 60870-5-101
▪
IEC 60870-5-103
▪
MODBUS ASCII/RTU
▪
ABB SPA
To set the fiber-optic cable transmission behavior, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Comm. interface 1 > Press
ð
Continue >
Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
Fiber-optic cable light On / Off.
2.
Press
or
to set the option you want.
3.
Press
.
ð
The fiber-optic cable transmission behavior is set.
7.14.6 Selecting MODBUS type
You can use this parameter to select the Modbus type. The following Modbus types are available:
▪
Modbus ASCII
▪
Modbus RTU
This display is only provided for the following interface protocol:
▪
MODBUS ASCII/RTU
To select the Modbus types, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Comm. interface 1 > Press
ð
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> Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
Modbus ASCII / RTU CIC1.
2.
Press
or
to set the option you want.
3.
Press
.
ð
The Modbus type is set.
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7.14.7 Setting local SCADA address
You can use this parameter to assign a SCADA address to the device. You
have to define this parameter if the device is to communicate via the control
system protocol.
This display is only provided for the following interface protocols:
▪
DNP3
▪
IEC 60870-5-101
▪
IEC 60870-5-103
▪
MODBUS ASCII/RTU
▪
ABB SPA
To set the SCADA address, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Comm. interface 1 > Press
ð
2.
Continue >
Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
Local SCADA Address CIC1.
Press
to change the first digit.
If you wish to enter a multi-digit sequence, proceed to step 3. If you do not
wish to enter additional digits, proceed to step 7:
3.
Press
until another digit position appears.
4.
Press
to highlight a digit position.
ð
The required digit is highlighted and can be changed.
5.
Press
or
to change the digit.
6.
Repeat steps 3 to 5 until all required digits have been entered.
7.
Press
ð
The SCADA address is set.
.
7.14.8 Setting SCADA master address
You can use this parameter to set the SCADA address for the master station. When the device is restarted, the device data is sent to this master station without prompting.
This display is only provided for the following interface protocol:
▪
DNP3
To set the SCADA master address, proceed as follows:
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1.
>
Configuration >
Comm. Interface 1 > Press
ð
2.
Continue >
Continue >
until the desired display appears.
SCADA Master Address CIC1.
Press
to change the first digit.
If you wish to enter a multi-digit sequence, proceed to step 3. If you do not
wish to enter additional digits, proceed to step 7.
3.
Press
until another digit position appears.
4.
Press
to highlight a digit position.
ð
The required digit is highlighted and can be changed.
5.
Press
or
to change the digit.
6.
Repeat steps 3 to 5 until all required digits have been entered.
7.
Press
ð
The SCADA master address is set.
.
7.14.9 Enabling unsolicited messages
When using the control system protocol DNP3, you can release the unsolicited data transmission through the device with this parameter. Data is transferred when a corresponding event occurs.
This display is only provided for the following interface protocol:
▪
DNP3
The voltage regulator must be restarted after changing this setting.
To enable unsolicited messages, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Comm. interface 1 > Press
ð
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Continue >
Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
Unsolicited messages CIC1.
2.
Press
or
to set the option you want.
3.
Press
.
ð
Unsolicited messages are enabled/blocked.
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7.14.10 Setting number of attempts to transmit unsolicited messages
This parameter is used to set the maximum number of attempts to transmit
unsolicited messages.
If the device receives no release for data transmission through the Master
(for example, in case of transmission errors), then the data transmission is
repeated in accordance with the set maximum number of send attempts.
This display is only provided for the following interface protocol:
▪
DNP3
The voltage regulator must be restarted after changing this setting.
To set the maximum number of attempts to transmit unsolicited messages,
proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Comm. interface 1 > Press
ð
Continue >
Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
Repeat unsolicited messages CIC1.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The maximum number of attempts to transmit unsolicited messages is
set.
7.14.11 Timeout for application confirm responses
You can use this parameter to define the permissible time which the device
waits for the following feedback from the master device:
▪
Application confirmation response
▪
Confirmation of unsolicited message
If the permissible time is exceeded, another transmission request is sent to
the master device. The number of requests sent is dependent on the set
number of attempts to transmit unsolicited messages [► 127].
This display is only provided for the following interface protocol:
▪
DNP3
To set the timeout for application confirm responses, proceed as follows:
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1.
>
Configuration >
Comm. interface 1 > Press
ð
Continue >
Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
Appl. timeout confirm. CIC1
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The timeout for application confirm responses is set.
7.14.12 Setting the transmission delay time for the RS485 interface
You can use this parameter to set a send delay for the interface, for example, to compensate for the reaction time of an external RS485/RS232 transformer when changing between transmitting and receiving operation.
This display is only provided for the following interface protocols:
▪
DNP3
▪
IEC 60870-5-101
▪
IEC 60870-5-103
▪
MODBUS ASCII/RTU
▪
ABB SPA
To set the transmission delay time for the RS485 interface, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Comm. interface 1 > Press
ð
Continue >
Continue >
until the desired parameter is displayed.
Transmission delay CIC1.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The transmission delay time for the RS485 interface is set.
7.15 Communication interface CIC2 (optional)
Communication interface CIC2 is optional and is only used for communication with the TAPCON®-trol software. The following section describes how to
configure the communication interface.
7.15.1 Selecting the communication port
You can use this parameter to select the communication port used for the
CIC card. You can select the following options:
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RS232
▪
Ethernet
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▪
Fiber-optic cable
You can only select one communication port. All remaining ports remain disabled. It is not possible to use several communication ports at the same
time.
To select the communication port, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Continue >
ð
Continue >
Continue >
Comm. interface 2.
Comm. port CIC2.
2.
Press
or
to set the option you want.
3.
Press
.
ð
The communication port is selected.
7.15.2 Selecting communication baud rate
You can use this parameter to set the desired baud rate for the communication interface. You can select the following options:
▪
9.6 kilobaud
▪
19.2 kilobaud
▪
38.4 kilobaud
▪
57.6 kilobaud
The baud rate of 57.6 kilobaud is only active for communication interfaces
RS232, RS485 and optical fiber.
A baud rate of 57.6 kilobaud cannot be used for Ethernet.
To set the communication interface baud rate, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Continue >
Continue >
Comm. interface 2 > Press
parameter is displayed.
ð
Continue >
until the desired
Baud rate comm. CIC2.
2.
Press
or
to set the option you want.
3.
Press
ð
The baud rate is selected.
.
7.15.3 Assigning network address
You can use this parameter to assign a network address (IPv4) to the device. If you want to connect the device by means of Ethernet, you need to
set a valid network address.
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To assign the network address, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Continue >
Continue >
Comm. interface 2 > Press
parameter is displayed.
ð
2.
until the desired
Network address CIC2.
Press
ð
Continue >
to highlight the desired position.
The position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
.
ð
The network address is assigned.
to reduce it.
7.15.4 Assigning the TCP port
You can use this parameter to assign a TCP port to the device. If you want
to connect the device by means of Ethernet, you need to set a valid TCP
port.
To assign the TCP port, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Configuration >
Continue >
Continue >
Comm. interface 2 > Press
parameter is displayed.
ð
2.
until the desired
TCP Port CIC2.
Press
ð
Continue >
to highlight the position.
The position is highlighted and the value can be changed.
3.
Press
to increase the value or
4.
Press
.
ð
The TCP port is assigned.
to reduce it.
7.15.5 Setting the transmission delay time for the RS485 interface
You can use this parameter to set a send delay for the interface, for example, to compensate for the reaction time of an external RS485/RS232 transformer when changing between transmitting and receiving operation.
To set the transmission delay time for the RS485 interface, proceed as follows:
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1.
>
Configuration >
Continue >
Continue >
Comm. interface 2 > Press
parameter is displayed.
ð
Continue >
until the desired
Transmission delay CIC 2.
2.
Press
to increase the value or
to reduce it.
3.
Press
.
ð
The transmission delay time for the RS485 interface is set.
7.16 Info
You can display general information on the voltage regulator in the Info
menu item. You can call up the following information:
▪
General information about the device
▪
Functional reliability of the LEDs (LED test)
▪
Parallel operation
▪
Parameters
▪
Upcoming messages
▪
Input/output status
▪
Status of UC1 card
▪
Status of UC2 card
▪
RTC (real-time clock)
▪
Data on CAN bus
▪
Measured values
▪
Peak memory
▪
Measured value memory
▪
Time plotter
7.16.1 Displaying the info screen
Information about the device can be viewed here.
The following information is displayed:
▪
Device model
▪
Firmware version number
▪
Serial number
▪
RAM
▪
Additional cards
To display the info screen, proceed as follows:
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►
ð
>
Info
Info.
7.16.2 Displaying measured values
The current measured values are shown in this display. The following measured values can be displayed:
To display the measured values, proceed as follows:
►
>
Info > Press
is displayed.
ð
Measured values.
until the desired measurement parameter
7.16.3 Carrying out LED test
You can check whether the LEDs are functioning properly. To do this, press
the relevant function key to illuminate an LED:
Key
LED no.
LED 1...LED 5
...
+
...
+
LED 6...LED 9
All LEDs
Table 34: Arrangement of keys for the LED test
This function will only test the functional reliability of the respective LED.
The function of the device linked to the LED is not tested.
To carry out the LED test, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Info > Press
is displayed.
ð
2.
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LED test.
To carry out the function test, press any F key for the LED you want to
test.
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7.16.4 Displaying input/output status
The status of the respective optocoupler inputs is shown in the INPUT /
OUTPUT-STATUS display. As soon as a continuous signal is present at the
input, it is shown in the display with a 1. 0 indicates no signal at the input.
Figure 86: Signals
1
Signaling status
2
Control inputs/output relays
To query the status, proceed as follows:
►
>
Info > Press
is displayed.
ð
until the desired measurement parameter
INPUT/OUTPUT STATUS.
7.16.5 Displaying UC card status
The status of the respective optocoupler inputs is shown in this display . As
soon as a continuous signal is present at the input, it is shown in the display
with a 1. 0 indicates no signal at the input.
Figure 87: UC card signals
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Control inputs
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To query the status, proceed as follows:
►
>
Info > Press
is displayed.
ð
until the desired measurement parameter
UC1 CARD STATUS/UC2 CARD STATUS.
7.16.6 Resetting parameters
With this display you can reset your settings to the factory settings .
Resetting the parameters to the factory settings permanently deletes your
parameters.
To reset all the set parameters, proceed as follows:
1.
Press
>
is displayed.
ð
Info >
until the desired measurement parameter
Parameters.
2.
Press
and
at the same time.
3.
Press
.
ð
All parameters have been reset to the factory settings.
7.16.7 Displaying real-time clock
An operations counter is started when the device is first switched on. This
continues to run even if the device is switched off. Each of the operations
counter's times is overwritten with that of the PC to visualize the measured
values.
To display the real-time clock, proceed as follows:
►
134
TAPCON® 240
>
Info > Press
is displayed.
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ð
RTC.
7.16.8 Displaying parallel operation
This display indicates the regulator number (CAN bus address) for parallel
operation and the number of voltage regulators which are currently operating
in parallel.
To display the parallel operation data, proceed as follows:
►
>
ð
Info > Press
until the desired display appears.
Parallel operation.
7.16.9 Displaying data on CAN bus
The CAN bus data of the connected devices is shown in this display.
Figure 88: CAN bus data
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Voltage in V
Active current in %
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5
Reactive current in %
Current tap position
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Figure 89: Other CAN bus data
1
Group input 1
5
2
Group input 2
6
3
Circulating reactive current
parallel operation (0 = deactivated; 1 = activated)
7
4
Master tap synchronization (0
= deactivated; 1 = activated)
Follower tap synchronization
(0 = deactivated; 1 = activated)
Auto tap synchronization (0 =
deactivated; 1 = activated)
Device blocks group because
parallel operation is experiencing a fault (0 = is not
blocked; 1 = is blocked)
To display the CAN bus data, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Info > Press
is displayed.
ð
2.
DATA ON CAN BUS.
Press and hold
ð
until the desired measurement parameter
to display more data.
The additional information is displayed until you release the key.
7.16.10 Displaying measured value memory
As an option, the device can be equipped with a long-term memory module.
You can display information about the memory in this window.
To display the measured value memory, proceed as follows:
►
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Info > Press
is displayed.
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MEASURED VALUE MEMORY
7.16.11 Displaying peak memory
This display indicates whether the parameter sets are all correctly stored after restarting the device or after transferring a parameter set. The minimum
and maximum voltage measured since the last reset and the minimum and
maximum on-load tap-changer tap positions are shown here. All values recorded are stored with a time and date.
The minimum and maximum values continue to be stored in an internal
fixed value memory even in the event of power failure.
Figure 90: Peak memory
1
Maximum measured voltage
V1
5
2
Maximum on-load tap-changer tap position
6
3
Time (HH:MM:SS) and date
(DD.MM.YY) of maximum
measured voltage V1
Time (HH:MM:SS) and date
(DD.MM.YY) of maximum recorded tap position
7
4
8
Time (HH:MM:SS) and date
(DD.MM.YY) of minimum recorded tap position
Time (HH:MM:SS) and date
(DD.MM.YY) of minimum
measured voltage V1
Minimum on-load tap-changer
tap position
Minimum measured voltage
V1
To display the peak memory, proceed as follows:
►
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Info > Press
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ð
Peak memory.
7.16.12 Displaying CIC card SCADA information
The following information on the SCADA connection is displayed in this CIC
card SCADA information display:
▪
Protocol
▪
Data format
▪
BOOT version
If necessary, you can also reset the Ethernet connection.
To display the SCADA information on the CIC card, proceed as follows:
1.
>
Info > Press
is displayed.
ð
until the desired measurement parameter
CIC1 card SCADA information/CIC2 card SCADA information.
2.
The SCADA information on the CIC card is displayed.
3.
If necessary, you can reset the Ethernet connection.
4.
Press
and
at the same time to reset the Ethernet connection.
7.16.13 Displaying upcoming messages
This display shows upcoming messages, such as:
▪
Undervoltage
▪
Overvoltage
▪
Fault in parallel operation
▪
etc.
To display the upcoming messages, proceed as follows:
►
>
Info > Press
is displayed.
ð
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until the desired measurement parameter
UPCOMING MESSAGES
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8 Fault elimination
This chapter describes how to eliminate simple operating faults.
8.1 General faults
Characteristics/detail
Cause
Remedy
No function
Fuse tripped.
Check all fuses.
▪
Supply voltage.
Relays chatter
Supply voltage too low.
Replace if necessary.
Check supply voltage.
Table 35: General faults
8.2 No regulation in AUTO mode
Characteristics/detail
Cause
Remedy
Device control commands
have no effect.
LOCAL/REMOTE switch in
motor-drive unit switched to
LOCAL.
No connection
Check operating mode and switch to REMOTE if necessary.
Negative power flow
Control inputs have duplicate
parameterization.
Check current transformer polarity.
Check parameterization of control inputs.
A function may only be assigned to one
control input.
Check parameterization and status of
control input under Info (Input/Output Status). If necessary, change parameterization or deactivate signal source.
▪
RAISE/LOWER LEDs
light up periodically
Device blocking
A control input is parameterized with blocking and a signal is present at this control
input.
NORMset is active, but has
not been started up correctly
Check wiring as per connection diagram.
Activate operating mode
and perform
a manual tap-change operation using
keys
or
. Then activate operating
Device blocking
Undervoltage blocking active
mode
.
Check parameters
▪
LED V< illuminated
Device blocking
Overvoltage blocking active
Check parameters
▪
LED V> illuminated
Device blocking
Overcurrent blocking active
Check parameters
▪
LED I> illuminated
Bandwidth set too high
-
Determine recommended bandwidth
[► 62] and set parameters.
Table 36: No regulation in AUTO mode
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8.3 Man-machine interface
Characteristics/detail
Cause
Keys
REMOTE operating mode
▪
active and LED in key
illuminated.
MANUAL/AUTO operating mode cannot be
changed
Keys
▪
LEDs in keys
Remedy
Press
to activate LOCAL mode.
Parameter error
Reset parameters to factory settings
[► 134].
Contrast incorrectly set.
Voltage supply interrupted.
Fuse faulty.
Customized LED parameterization.
Set contrast [► 35].
Check voltage supply.
Contact Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen.
Check parameters.
Input signal not constant.
Check input signal.
Different baud rates set.
Check baud rate set on device and PC.
and
not illuminated.
Display
▪
No display.
LEDs
▪
Freely configurable LED
lights up
LEDs
▪
LED flashing
COM1
▪
Cannot be connected to
PC using TAPCON®trol.
Table 37: Man-machine interface
8.4 Incorrect measured values
Characteristics/detail
Cause
Remedy
Measured voltage
Connection has no contact in
the plug terminal.
Insulation trapped
Wire not inserted far enough.
Circuit breaker tripped.
Voltage drop on measuring
lead.
Check wiring and plug terminal.
Possible sources of fault:
Check measured voltage at plug terminal
MI:01/MI:02.
Increase distance from source of interference.
Install filter if necessary.
Check wiring.
▪
No measured value.
Measured voltage
▪
Measured value too low.
Measured voltage
▪
Measured value fluctuates.
Measured current
▪
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▪
Leads laid in parallel.
▪
Tap-change operations.
Line to current transformer
interrupted.
Short-circuiting jumper in
current transformer not removed.
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Check measured voltage at plug terminal
MI:01/MI:02.
Remove short-circuiting jumper.
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Characteristics/detail
Cause
Remedy
Measured current
Transmission ratio not correctly parameterized.
Incorrect input connected.
Correct parameterization.
Fault in external transformer
circuit.
Transformer circuit incorrectly parameterized.
Check transformer circuit.
▪
Measured value too
high.
▪
Measured value too low.
Phase angle
▪
V/I.
Remove short-circuiting jumper.
Compare with system connection diagram.
Correct parameters.
Compare measurement values on info
screen.
Transpose current transformer connection.
Check polarity of transformer circuit.
Correct if necessary.
Check circuit.
Correct if necessary.
Check measurement points.
Correct if necessary.
Table 38: Incorrect measured values
8.5 Parallel operation faults
Characteristics/detail
Cause
Remedy
Parallel operation cannot be
activated.
"Parallel operation method"
parameter deactivated.
CAN bus address of device
set to "0".
Device incorrectly connected
(plug twisted, offset).
Set parallel operation method parameters.
▪
LED not lit up.
Problem with CAN bus.
▪
Device not listed.
Devices have the same CAN
bus addresses.
Set CAN bus address (anything but 0).
Check connections.
Connect as shown in connection diagram.
Set different CAN bus addresses.
Table 39: Parallel operation faults
8.6 Tap position capture incorrect
Characteristics/detail
Cause
Remedy
Step display incorrect.
Incorrect wiring.
Check wiring.
▪
Plus or minus sign incorrect
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Check parameters.
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Characteristics/detail
Cause
Remedy
Step display incorrect.
Interference.
Shield line.
Increase distance from source of interference.
▪
Display fluctuates.
No step display.
No measurement signal.
▪
No L- for digital input.
"-" is displayed.
Lay interference lines separately.
Route signal in separate lines (filter,
shielded lines).
Connect signal as shown in connection diagram.
Check wiring.
Display MIO card status.
Display PIO card status.
No step display.
▪
Connect as shown in connection diagram.
Check wiring.
Bit combination (code) impermissible.
"?" is displayed.
"Motor running" signal present.
MIO card status.
Display PIO card status.
Check signal sequence
Display MIO card status.
Display PIO card status.
Table 40: Tap position capture
8.7 Other faults
If you cannot resolve a problem, please contact Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen. Please have the following data to hand:
▪
Serial number
This can be found:
▪
Outer right side when viewed from the front
▪
Info screen (
>
Info)
Please provide answers to the following questions:
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Has a firmware update been carried out?
▪
Has there previously been a problem with this device?
▪
Have you previously contacted Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen about this
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9 Messages
9 Messages
This chapter contains an overview of the device's messages.
9.1 Signal inputs
Input
Inscription
Function
IO-X1:28
MOTOR-DRIVE
UNIT IN OPERATION
MOTOR PROTECTIVE SWITCH OFF
CAN BE FREELY
PARAMETERIZED
Motor-drive unit is in operation
IO-X1:29
IO-X1:31
IO-X1:33
IO-X1:12
IO-X1:11
IO-X1:13
IO-X1:14
UCX1:14...17,
UCX1:14...18,
UC-X1:30...33
UC-X1:11
UC-X1:12
AUTO
MANUAL
RAISE
LOWER
BCD1…BCD10
PARALLEL GROUP
1
PARALLEL GROUP
2
Motor protective switch has triggered
0:OFF
1:MASTER_FOLLOWER
2:LOCAL_REMOTE
3:REGULATOR_BLOCKING
4:LV_HIGHSPEED_TAP_CHANGES
5:MOTOR_PROTECTIVE_SWITCH_TRIGGERED
6:REMOTE
Activate AUTO mode
Activate MANUAL mode
Raise tap position
Lower tap position
BCD tap input signal
Assign parallel operation group 1
Assign parallel operation group 2
Table 41: Signal inputs
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9.2 Signal outputs
Relay
Inscription
Cause
IO-X1:23
CAN BE FREELY PARAMETERIZED
IO-X1:25
CAN BE FREELY PARAMETERIZED
IO-X1:21
FUNCTION
MONITORING
AUTO
MANUAL
RAISE
LOWER
UNDERVOLTAGE
OVERVOLTAGE
OVERCURRENT
PARALLEL
FAULT
PARALLEL ON
TAP POSITION
BCD1…BCD20,
BCD+, BCD-
0:OFF
1:MASTER FOLLOWER
2:LOCAL REMOTE
3:UNDERVOLTAGE
4:OVERVOLTAGE
5:DESIRED VALUE2
6:DESIRED VALUE3
7:TRIGGER MOTOR PROTECTIVE
SWITCH
8:MOTOR RUN TIME EXCEEDED
9:MOTOR RUNNING
10:ADVANCE RAISE SIGNAL
11:ADVANCE LOWER SIGNAL
0:OFF
1:MASTER FOLLOWER
2:LOCAL REMOTE
3:UNDERVOLTAGE
4:OVERVOLTAGE
5:DESIRED VALUE2
6:DESIRED VALUE3
7:TRIGGER MOTOR PROTECTIVE
SWITCH
8:MOTOR RUN TIME EXCEEDED
9:MOTOR RUNNING
10:ADVANCE RAISE SIGNAL
11:ADVANCE LOWER SIGNAL
Signal for Function monitoring message
Signal if auto mode is active
Signal if manual mode is active
Signal for raise switching pulse
Signal for lower switching pulse
Signal for undervoltage, overvoltage,
overcurrent message
IO-X1:10
IO-X1:09
IO-X1:04
IO-X1:06
IO-X1:20
UC-X1:02
UC-X1:04
UCX1:06...10,
UCX1:19...27
Signal for parallel operation error message
Signal if parallel operation is active
BCD signal of tap position
Table 42: Signal outputs
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9.3 Event messages
Event message
Cause
Undervoltage
Event message appears if value falls below undervoltage limit value.
Event message appears if value exceeds overvoltage limit value.
Event message appears if value exceeds overcurrent limit value.
Event message appears with the following
causes:
Overvoltage
Overcurrent
Parallel operation error
▪
▪
Tap synchronization method
–
Tap position not the same
–
No master or more than one master
set
–
Invalid tap position
–
Incorrect parallel operation method selected for a device
Circulating reactive current minimization
method
–
Circulating reactive current limit exceeded
–
Incorrect parallel operation method selected for a device
–
Motor protection device
Blocking
No OLTC position
Tap-change detection
error
Only one device in active parallel operation group
Event message appears if motor protective
switch triggers.
Event message appears if the "Blocking" function is selected for the customer input and there
is a signal at the customer input
Event message appears if no OLTC position is
detected.
Event message appears if an on-load tapchange operation has not been detected correctly.
Table 43: Event messages
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10 Disposal
The device was produced in accordance with European Community Directive 2002/95/EC (RoHS) and must be disposed of accordingly. If the device
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11 Overview of parameters
11 Overview of parameters
This section contains an overview of the relevant menus and parameters.
Parameter
Setting range
Factory setting
Parameter > Normset
Normset activation
On/Off
Primary voltage
0...9999 kV
Secondary voltage
57...125 V
Desired value 1
49...140 V
Parameter > Control parameter
Bandwidth
0.5...9 %
Power-dependent desired
On/Off
value
Max. power-dependent de49...140 V
sired value
Min. power-dependent de49...140 V
sired value
Desired value 1
49...140 V
Desired value 2
49...140 V
Desired value 3
49...140 V
Desired value at 0 active
49...140 V
power
T1 control response
T1 linear/T1 integral
T1 delay time
0...600 s
T2 activation
T2 on/T2 off
T2 delay time
1...60 s
Active power at max. desired 0.1...1000 MW
value
Active power at min. desired -1,000...-0.1 MW
value
Parameter > Limit values
Fct. Monitoring
On/Off
Absolute limit values
On/Off
I> Overcurrent
50...210 %
Max. operations in time
0...20
Tap max.
-128...128
Tap min.
-128...128
T block max. number of
0...600 s
steps
Lower -> reset raise cnt.
On/Off
U< blocking
On/Off
U< Undervoltage (%)
60...100 %
U< Undervoltage (V)
34...160 V
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Current setting
Off
0 kV
100 V
100 V
1.00 %
Off
105.0 V
95.0 V
100.0 V
100.0 V
100.0 V
100.0 V
T1 linear
40 s
T2 off
10.0 s
10.0 MW
-10.0 MW
Off
Off
110 %
0
128
-128
0s
Off
On
90 %
90.0 V
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Parameter
Setting range
Factory setting
V< Delay
0...20 s
V< also under 30 V
On/Off
U> Overvoltage (%)
100...140 %
U> Overvoltage (V)
34...160 V
Time slice for steps
0...1800 s
Parameter > Compensation
Ur line drop comp.
-25...25 V
Ux line drop comp.
-25...25 V
Z comp. limit value
0...15 %
Z compensation
0...15 %
Parameter > Cross-monitoring
Error message
0...10 s
P.T. prim. voltage reg. 2
0...9999 kV
U sec. regulator 2
57...125 V
U< regulator 2
34...160 V
U< regulator 2
60...100 %
U> regulator 2
34...160 V
U> regulator 2
100...140 %
U ref for regulator 2
49...140 V
Configuration > Transformer data
Primary voltage
0...9999 kV
Primary current
0...9999 A
Secondary voltage
57...125 V
Current transformer connecUnknown; 0.2 A; 1 A;
tion
5A
Transformer circuit
see [► 94]
Configuration > General
Display %/ A
On/Off
Display dark
On/Off
Display kV / V
kV/V
COM1 setting
9.6 kilobaud; 19.2 kilobaud; 38.4 kilobaud;
57.6 kilobaud
R/L pulse duration
0...10 s
IO1-X1:23/24
see [► 53]
IO1-X1:25/26
see [► 53]
IO1-X1:31
see [► 52]
IO1-X1:33
see [► 52]
Motor runtime
0...30 s
Regulator ID
Language
see [► 36]
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Off
110.0 %
110.0 V
0s
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 %
0.0 %
10 s
0 kV
100.0 V
60.0 V
60 %
140.0 V
140 %
100.0 V
0 kV
0A
100.0 V
Unknown
0 1PH
Off
On
V
57.6 kilobaud
1.5 s
Desired value 3
Desired value 2
Off
Off
0.0 s
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Parameter
Setting range
Factory setting
Configuration > Parallel operation
Blocking
0.5...20 %
CAN address
0...16
Error message
1...99 s
ParErrorIfAlone
On/Off
Parallel operation method
Off, circulating reactive
current; master; follower; synch. auto
SKB parallel operation
On/Off
Stability
0...100 %
Tapping direction swapped
Standard/Swapped
Configuration > Analog inputs
Input 1 upper limit
0...100 %
Input 1 lower limit
0...100 %
Input 1 upper value
-999.9...999.9
Input 1 lower value
-999.9...999.9
Input 2 upper limit
0...100 %
Input 2 lower limit
0...100 %
Input 2 upper value
-999.9...999.9
Input 2 lower value
-999.9...999.9
Configuration > LED selection
LED1
see [► 105]
LED2
see [► 105]
LED 3 yellow
see [► 105]
LED 4 green
see [► 105]
LED 4 red
see [► 105]
Configuration > Measuring transducer 1/2
Output 1 measured value
see [► 107]
Output 1 upper value
-9999...9999
Output 1 lower value
-9999...9999
Output 1 upper
1 mA; 10 mA; 20 mA;
N/A
Output 1 lower
see [► 107]
Output 2 measured value
see [► 107]
Output 2 upper value
-9999...9999
Output 2 lower value
-9999...9999
Output 2 upper
1 mA; 10 mA; 20 mA;
N/A
Output 2 low
see [► 107]
Configuration > Measuring transducer 3/4
Output 3 measured value
see [► 107]
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Current setting
20.0 %
1
10 s
Off
Off
Off
0.0 %
Standard
100.0 %
0.0 %
0.0
0.0
0.0 %
0.0 %
0.0
0.0
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
0
0
20 mA
+4 mA
Off
0
0
20 mA
+4 mA
Off
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Parameter
Setting range
Factory setting
Output 3 upper value
Output 3 lower value
Output 3 upper
-9999...9999
-9999...9999
1 mA; 10 mA; 20 mA;
10 V
see [► 107]
see [► 107]
-9999...9999
-9999...9999
1 mA; 10 mA; 20 mA;
10 V
see [► 107]
0
0
20 mA
256 k; 512 k; 1024 k,
2048 k
see [► 112]
60...100 %
34...160 V
100...140 %
34...160 V
256 k
Output 3 lower
Output 4 measured value
Output 4 upper value
Output 4 lower value
Output 4 upper
Output 4 lower
Configuration > Memory
Event memory
Average value interval
V< threshold
V< memory
V> threshold
V> memory
Current setting
+4 mA
Off
0
0
20 mA
+4 mA
1s
90 %
90.0 V
110 %
110.0 V
Table 44: Overview of parameters
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12.1 Indicator elements
Display
LCD, monochrome, graphics-capable
LEDs
128 x 128 pixels
15 LEDs for operation display and messages
Table 45: Indicator elements
12.2 Assemblies
12.2.1 AC card
The output performance of the AC card is limited. The generated DC voltage can be used only for the control inputs of the device.
Input
Voltage
Terminal
L1
N
115 V AC* or 230 V AC*
115 V AC* or 230 V AC*
AC-X1:01
AC-X1:02
Table 46: Inputs for the AC card
*) depending on the version
Output
Voltage
Terminal
+ DC
- DC
60 V DC
60 V DC
AC-X2:01
AC-X2:02
Table 47: Outputs for the AC card
Figure 91: AC card
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12.2.2 AD8 card
Input
Signal
Terminal
E1
+ 4...20mA
- 4...20mA
+ 4...20mA
- 4...20mA
+ 4...20mA
- 4...20mA
+ 4...20mA
- 4...20mA
+ 4...20mA
- 4...20mA
+ 4...20mA
- 4...20mA
+ 4...20mA
- 4...20mA
+ 4...20mA
- 4...20mA
AD8-X1:1
AD8-X1:2
AD8-X1:3
AD8-X1:4
AD8-X1:5
AD8-X1:6
AD8-X1:7
AD8-X1:8
AD8-X1:9
AD8-X1:10
AD8-X1:11
AD8-X1:12
AD8-X1:13
AD8-X1:14
AD8-X1:15
AD8-X1:16
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
Table 48: Inputs for the AD8 card
Figure 92: AD8 card
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12.2.3 AD card
Figure 93: AD card
12.2.4 AN card
Output
Signal
Terminal
A1
0...20 mA or 4...20 mA (in accordance with configuration)
A2
0...20 mA or 4...20 mA (in accordance with configuration)
A3
0...20 mA, 4...20 mA or
0...10 V (in accordance with
configuration)
0...20 mA, 4...20 mA or
0...10 V (in accordance with
configuration)
AN-X1:1
AN-X1:2
AN-X1:3
AN-X1:4
AN-X1:5
AN-X1:6
A4
AN-X1:7
AN-X1:8
Table 49: Outputs for the AN card
Figure 94: AN card
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12.2.5 CIC card
RS232
9-pin SUB-D socket
Pin 2: TxD
Pin 3: RxD
RS485
Pin 5: GND
3-pin female connector from Phoenix (MC1.5/3 GF 3.5)
Pin 1: GND (100 Ω ground resistance)
Pin 2: B (inverting)
Pin 3: A (non-inverting)
Polarity:
A > B by 200 mV corresponds to 1.
A < B by 200 mV corresponds to 0.
An open communication line corresponds to 1.
The start bit has the designation 0.
RJ45 (Ethernet)
Recommended terminating resistor 120 Ω.
Pin1: Tx+
Pin2: TxPin3: Rx+
Fiber-optic
cable (optional)
Pin6: RxF-ST (850 nm or 660 nm)
F-SMA (850 nm or 660 nm)
Table 50: Interfaces available
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Figure 95: CIC card
1
2
3
RS232
RS485
RJ45 (Ethernet)
6
7
8
4
Fiber-optic cable
9
5
Reset key
TxD LED for transmit signal
RxD LED for receive signal
Clk LED for operating mode
(flashes for 2 seconds)
Clip for connecting cable
shield with functional ground
12.2.6 CPU card
Figure 96: CPU card
1
CAN bus interface
12.2.7 IO card
Inputs
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Outputs
Input
Terminal
Output
Contact
type*
Terminal
E1
IO-X1:11-15
A1
NO
IO-X1:25-26
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Inputs
Outputs
Input
Terminal
Output
Contact
type*
Terminal
E2
E3
E4
IO-X1:12-15
IO-X1:13-15
IO-X1:14-15
A2
A3
A4
E5
IO-X1:16-27
A5
E6
IO-X1:17-27
A6
E7
IO-X1:28-30
A7
E8
IO-X1:29-30
A8
E9
IO-X1:31-32
-
NO
NO
NO
NC
NO
NC
NO
NC
NO
NC
NO
NC
-
IO-X1:23-24
IO-X1:23-22
IO-X1:18-20
IO-X1:18-19
IO-X1:8-10
IO-X1:8-9
IO-X1:6-7
IO-X1:4-5
IO-X1:1-3
IO-X1:1-2
IO-X1:25-26
IO-X1:23-24
-
Table 51: Inputs and outputs of IO card
*) NO = Normally open (N/O contact), NC = normally closed (N/C contact)
Figure 97: IO card
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12.2.8 MI card
Figure 98: MI card
12.2.9 SU card
Standard model
Input
Voltage range
Terminal
L1 / + DC
88...350 V DC
SU-X1:01
N / -DC
88...265 V AC*
88...350 V DC
SU-X1:02
88...265 V AC*
Table 52: SU card inputs (standard model)
*) Permissible frequency range: 45…65 Hz
Special model
Input
Voltage range
Terminal
+ DC
-DC
18...36 V DC
18...36 V DC
SU-X1:01
SU-X1:02
+ DC
- DC
36...72 V DC
36...72 V DC
or
SU-X1:01
SU-X1:02
Table 53: Inputs for the SU card come in a 18...36 V DC version or a 36...72 V DC
version
Figure 99: SU card
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12.2.10 UC card
Inputs
Outputs
Input
Terminal
Output
Contact
type*
Terminal
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
E9
E10
UC1-X1:11-13
UC1-X1:12-13
UC1-X1:33-34
UC1-X1:32-34
UC1-X1:31-34
UC1-X1:30-34
UC1-X1:17-29
UC1-X1:16-29
UC1-X1:15-29
UC1-X1:14-29
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
UC1-X1:01-02
UC1-X1:03-04
UC1-X1:05-06
UC1-X1:07-08
UC1-X1:09-10
UC1-X1:18-19
UC1-X1:20-21
UC1-X1:22-23
UC1-X1:24-25
UC1-X1:26-27
Table 54: Inputs and outputs of UC card
*) NO = Normally open (NO contact)
Figure 100: UC card
12.3 Electrical data
Power supply
88...350 V DC
88...265 V AC*
Power consumption
Optional: 36...72 V DC or 18...36 V DC
25 VA
Table 55: Electrical data
*) Permissible frequency range: 45…65 Hz
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12.4 Digital inputs and outputs
Control voltage of
inputs
Contact loadability of outputs
40...250 V DC
With pulsating DC voltage, the voltage minimum
must always exceed 40 V.
Min.
12 V/100 mA
Max. AC
250 V/5 A
Max. DC
See diagram
Table 56: Digital inputs and outputs
Figure 101: Maximum contact loadability of outputs with direct current
1
Ohmic load
12.5 Analog inputs and outputs
Analog recording
of measured values (AD8 card, optional)
Analog signal output (AN card, optional)
8 measuring inputs 4...20 mA
Measuring error ≤ 0.5 %
2 outputs 0...20 mA or 4...20 mA
2 outputs 0...20 mA, 4...20 mA or 0...10 V
Table 57: Analog inputs and outputs
12.6 Dimensions and weight
Housing
(W x H x D)
19-inch plug-in housing in accordance with DIN
41494 Part 5
483 x 133 x 178 mm (19 x 5.2 x 7 in)
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Weight
5.0 kg (11 lb)
Table 58: Dimensions and weight
Figure 102: Dimensions
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12.7 Voltage measurement and current measurement
Voltage measuring input
Current measuring input
Measuring range: 49...140 V
Effective value: 45...65 Hz
Intrinsic consumption: < 1 VA
0.2 / 1 / 5 A
Effective value: 45...65 Hz
Intrinsic consumption: < 1 VA
Measuring error
Overload capacity: 2 x IN (continuously), 40 x IN / 1 s
Voltage measurement: < 0.3 % ± 40 ppm/°C
Current measurement: < 0.5 % ± 40 ppm/°C
Table 59: Voltage measurement and current measurement
12.8 Ambient conditions
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
-25°C...+70°C
-30°C...+85°C
Table 60: Permissible ambient conditions
12.9 Tests
12.9.1 Electrical safety
EN 61010-1
Safety requirements for electrical measurement and
control and regulation equipment and laboratory instruments
Dielectric test with operating frequency 2.5 kV / 1
min
Dielectric test with impulse voltage 5 kV, 1.2/50 μs
Level of contamination 2, overvoltage category III
IEC 61131-2
IEC 60255
IEC 60 644-1
Table 61: Electrical safety
12.9.2 EMC tests
IEC 61000-4-2
IEC 61000-4-3
IEC 61000-4-4
IEC 61000-4-5
IEC 61000-4-6
IEC 61000-4-8
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Electrostatic discharges (ESD) 6 kV/8 kV
Electromagnetic fields (HF) 20 V/m 80...3000 MHz
Fast transients (burst) 2 kV
Surge transient immunity 4 kV/2 kV/1 kV
HF interference immunity (lines) 10 V, 150 kHz...
80 MHz
Power frequency magnetic field immunity 30 A/m,
50 Hz, continuous
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IEC 61000-4-11
IEC 61000-4-29
IEC 61000-6-2
IEC 61000-6-4
DIN EN 55011,
DIN EN 55022
Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity tests
Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations on DC input power port immunity tests
Immunity requirements for industrial environments
Emission standard for industrial environments
Emission "RFI"
Table 62: EMC tests
12.9.3 Environmental durability tests
DIN EN 60529
IEC 60068-2-1
IEC 60068-2-2
IEC 60068-2-3
Degree of protection IP20
Dry cold - 25 °C / 96 hours
Dry heat + 70 °C/ 96 hours
Constant moist heat
IEC 60068-2-30
+ 40 °C / 93 % / 4 days, no dew
Cyclic moist heat (12 + 12 hours)
+ 55 °C / 93 % / 6 cycles
Table 63: Environmental durability tests
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Glossary
Glossary
DIN
Abbreviation for "Deutsches Institut für Normung"
EN
Abbreviation for "European Norm"
IEC
Abbreviation for "International Electrotechnical
Commission"
LDC
Line drop compensation
MR
Abbreviation for "Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen
GmbH"
RTC
Abbreviation for "Real Time Clock"
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163
List of key words
List of key words
A
C
F
AC card
22
Active-power-dependent desired
value adjustment
Control input
69
Maximum desired value
70
Minimum desired value
70
SCADA
70
AD card
22
AD8 card
22
AN card
22
Analog input
102
Application timeout confirmation
response
127
Assemblies
21
AC card
22
AD card
22
AD8 card
22
AN card
22
CIC card
23
CPU card
23
IO card
23
MI card
23
SU card
23
UC card
23
Average value interval
112
Average value memory
109
Cable recommendation
27
CAN bus
98
Data
135
CIC card
23
CIC card SCADA information 138
Circulating reactive current
99
Blocking
99
Sensitivity
100
COM1 setting
49
Communication interface
CIC1
121
Communication port
121, 128
Compensation
81
Connection
27
Contrast
35
Control parameter
Desired value
61
control parameters
59
Control response T1
64
CPU card
23
Cross-monitoring
86
Desired value
87
Error message
89
Transformer data
90
Factory setting
134, 147
Fiber-optic cable
Information about laying
29
Function monitoring
78
Overvoltage limit value
88
Undervoltage limit value
87
Function test
Additional functions
40
Circulating reactive current
blocking
44
Circulating reactive current
sensitivity
43
Control functions
39
Desired value 2
41
Desired value 3
41
Line drop compensation
42
Overvoltage V>
41
Parallel operation
43
Tap synchronization
45
Undervoltage V<
40
Z compensation
42
Function tests
38
LDC
42
B
Bandwidth
62
Calculation
62
Visual display
63
Baud rate
49, 122, 129
Block time max steps
80
G
D
Date
Delay time T1
Delay time T2
Activating
Deactivating
Desired value
Desired value
Desired value adjustment
Active power 0
Active power at 0
Active-power-dependent
Device ID
Display contrast
Display dimming
General
36
63
H
65
65 High-speed return
65
59
I
61
Indicator elements
LED
71
Info
71
66, IO card
68
48 K
35
54 Key lock
Keys
48
76
19
131
23
48
18
E
Electromagnetic compatibility 29
Error message
89
Event memory
109, 112
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T
P
L
97, 135
36 Parallel operation
CAN bus
98
105
Circulating reactive current 99
Parallel operation error mes72
sage
102
72
Parallel operation method
98
76
101
72 Parallel operation control
72 Parallel operation control unit 101
Parameter
Bandwidth
62
84
137
83 Peak memory
94
82 Phase difference
58
80 Primary voltage
Language
LED selection
Limit value
Absolute
Limit value monitoring
Overvoltage V>
Relative
Undervoltage V<
Line drop compensation
Inductive voltage drop
Ohmic voltage drop
Line drop compensation
Lower -> reset raise cnt.
M
R
Maximum number of tap-changes
in time
79
Measured value memory
109,
136
Measured values
132
Measuring transducer
106
Memory
109
MI card
23
MODBUS type
124
Motor runtime
55
Output relay
55
Raise/Lower pulse duration
Regulator ID
Repeat unsolicited messages
Reset parameters
Retrace date
Retrace time
RTC
N
Network address
NORMset
O
50
48
127
134
120
119
134
S
SCADA address
Device
125
Master
125
Secondary voltage
58
122, 129 Send delay time RS485 128, 130
97
58 Short-circuit capacity
SU card
23
Switching interval monitoring
78
Operating controls
18
Operating mode
Auto mode
16
Local mode
16
Manual mode
16
Remote mode
16
Optical fiber transmission behavior
123
Overcurrent I>
77
Overview of parameters
147
Overvoltage threshold
111
Overvoltage V>
76
Absolute
77
Relative
77
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Tap max.
81
Tap min.
81
Tap position capture
Analog
102
Tapping direction swapped
57
TCP port
123, 130
Throughput capacity
97
Time
36
Time axis
117
Time plotter
115
Retrace date
120
Retrace time
119
Time axis
117
Visual display
115
Voltage range
118
Time window for steps
79
Transformer
Primary current
92
Transformer data
91
Cross-monitoring
90
Current transformer connection
93
Primary voltage
91
Secondary voltage
92
Transformer circuit
94
U
UC card
UC card status
Undervoltage blocking
Absolute
Relative
Undervoltage threshold
Unsolicited messages
Upcoming messages
23
133
74
73
110
126
138
V
V des. regulator 2
V< also below 30 V
V< blocking
V< delay
V< regulator 2
V< threshold
V> regulator 2
V> threshold
Voltage display kV/V
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87
75
75
74
87
110
88
111
49
165
List of key words
W
Wiring
34
Z
Z compensation
Activate
Limit value
166
TAPCON® 240
85
85
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Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen 2013
MR worldwide
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Reinhausen Australia Pty. Ltd.
17/20-22 St Albans Road
Kingsgrove NSW 2208
Phone: +61 2 9502 2202
Fax: +61 2 9502 2224
E-Mail: sales@au.reinhausen.com
Brazil
MR do Brasil Indústria Mecánica Ltda.
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Canada
Reinhausen Canada Inc.
3755, rue Java, Suite 180
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India
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Indonesia
Pt. Reinhausen Indonesia
German Center, Suite 6310,
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BSD City, Tangerang
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Iran
Iran Transfo After Sales Services Co.
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Italy
Reinhausen Italia S.r.l.
Via Alserio, 16
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Phone: +39 02 6943471
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E-Mail: sales@it.reinhausen.com
Japan
MR Japan Corporation
German Industry Park
1-18-2 Hakusan, Midori-ku
Yokohama 226-0006
Phone: +81 45 929 5728
Fax: +81 45 929 5741
Malaysia
Reinhausen Asia-Pacific Sdn. Bhd
Level 11 Chulan Tower
No. 3 Jalan Conlay
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Phone: +60 3 2142 6481
Fax: +60 3 2142 6422
E-Mail: mr_rap@my.reinhausen.com
P.R.C. (China)
MR China Ltd. (MRT)
开德贸易(上海)有限公司
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邮编: 200120
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Russian Federation
OOO MR
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15, Bld. 2 ("Tupolev Plaza")
105005 Moscow
Phone: +7 495 980 89 67
Fax: +7 495 980 89 67
E-Mail: mrr@reinhausen.ru
South Africa
Reinhausen South Africa (Pty) Ltd.
No. 15, Third Street, Booysens Reserve
Johannesburg
Phone: +27 11 8352077
Fax: +27 11 8353806
E-Mail: support@za.reinhausen.com
South Korea
Reinhausen Korea Ltd.
21st floor, Standard Chartered Bank Bldg.,
47, Chongro, Chongro-gu,
Seoul 110-702
Phone: +82 2 767 4909
Fax: +82 2 736 0049
E-Mail: you-mi.jang@kr.reinhausen.com
U.S.A.
Reinhausen Manufacturing Inc.
2549 North 9th Avenue
Humboldt, TN 38343
Phone: +1 731 784 7681
Fax: +1 731 784 7682
E-Mail: sales@reinhausen.com
United Arab Emirates
Reinhausen Middle East FZE
Dubai Airport Freezone, Building Phase 6
3rd floor, Office No. 6EB, 341 Dubai
Phone: +971 4 2368 451
Fax: +971 4 2368 225
Email: service@ae.reinhausen.com
Luxembourg
Reinhausen Luxembourg S.A.
72, Rue de Prés
L-7333 Steinsel
Phone: +352 27 3347 1
Fax: +352 27 3347 99
E-Mail: sales@lu.reinhausen.com
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Falkensteinstrasse 8
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