Bay control REC650 Product Guide

Relion® 650 series
Bay control REC650
Product Guide
Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
Contents
1. Description...........................................................3
10. Monitoring.........................................................22
2. Application...........................................................3
11. Metering............................................................24
3. Available functions...............................................6
12. Human Machine interface.................................25
4. Control................................................................14
13. Basic IED functions...........................................25
5. Current protection..............................................16
14. Station communication.....................................26
6. Voltage protection..............................................18
15. Hardware description........................................27
7. Frequency protection.........................................19
16. Connection diagrams........................................29
8. Secondary system supervision..........................19
17. Technical data...................................................35
9. Logic...................................................................20
18. Ordering............................................................70
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ABB
Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
1. Description
possible security. A synchronism control
function is available to interlock breaker
closing.
Bay control IED REC650
A number of protection functions are
available for flexibility in use for different
station types and busbar arrangements. The
auto-reclose includes priority circuits for
single-breaker arrangements. It co-operates
with the synchrocheck function with highspeed or delayed reclosing.
REC650 is designed for the control,
monitoring and protection of circuit breakers,
disconnectors, and earthing switches in any
type of switchgear and different switchgear
configurations. With versatile functionality,
the REC650 can be applied to both single and
multiple bay arrangements.
2. Application
REC650 is used for the control, protection
and monitoring of different types of bays in
power networks. The IED is especially
suitable for applications in distributed control
systems with high demands on reliability. It
is intended mainly for sub-transmission
stations. It is suitable for the control of all
apparatuses in single busbar single CB,
double busbar single CB switchgear
arrangement.
The control is performed from remote
(SCADA/Station) through the communication
bus or locally from a graphical HMI on the
front of the IED showing the single line
diagram. Different control configurations can
be used, and one control IED can be used
per bay. Interlocking modules are available
for common types of switchgear
arrangements. The control is based on the
select before execute principle to give highest
ABB
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
Revision: A
High set instantaneous phase and earth
overcurrent, 4 step directional or nondirectional delayed phase and earth
overcurrent, thermal overload and two step
under- and overvoltage functions are
examples of the available functions allowing
user to fulfill any application requirement.
Disturbance recording is available to allow
independent post-fault analysis after primary
disturbances.
Three packages have been defined for
following applications:
• Single breaker for single busbar (A01)
• Single breaker for double busbar (A02)
• Bus coupler for double busbar (A07)
The packages are configured and ready for
direct use. Analog and control circuits have
been pre-defined. Other signals need to be
applied as required for each application. The
main differences between the packages above
are the interlocking modules and the number
of apparatuses to control.
The graphical configuration tool ensures
simple and fast testing and commissioning.
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Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
132 kV Bus
WA1
REC650 A01 – Single Busbar Single breaker 10AI (4I+1I+5U)
Control
132kV/110V
S CILO
Control
S CSWI
Control
S XSWI
QB1
Meter.
V MMXU
Control
QC1
S CILO
Control
S CSWI
Control
QA1
S CILO
Control
S CSWI
Control
S CILO
Control
S XSWI
Control
S XCBR
Control
S CSWI
79
0->1
94
SMB RREC
1->0
SMP PTRC
Control
25
SYNC
SES RSYN
Cond
S XSWI
S SCBR
QC2
50BF 3I> BF
1000/1
CC RBRF
QB9
51/67
3I>
51N/67N
Control
PD
CC RPLD
Meter.
Meter.
C MMXU
C MSQI
IN>
Control
S CSWI
Control
S CILO
Control
S CSWI
Meter.
CV MMXN
Control
Wh<->
ETP MMTR
S XSWI
Control
S XSWI
Meter.
U>
V MMXU
OV2 PTOV
132kV/110V
52PD
EF4 PTOC
S CILO
59
3I>>
PH PIOC
OC4 PTOC
QC9
50
Meter.
V MSQI
Other configured functions
Cond
Function Enabled
in Settings
TCS SCBR
Cond
TCS SCBR
Cond
SPVN ZBAT
Control
Q CBAY
Control
SEL GGIO
Mont.
DRP RDRE
ANSI
IEC
IEC61850
Function Disabled
in Settings
ANSI
IEC
IEC61850
IEC09000648-1-en.vsd
IEC09000648 V1 EN
Figure 1. A typical protection and control application for a single busbar in single breaker
arrangement
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ABB
Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
132 kV Bus
REC650 A02 – Double Busbar Single breaker 10AI (4I+1I+5U)
WA1
Control
WA2
Control
S CSWI
Control
132kV/
110V
132kV/
110V
QB2
QB1
S CILO
S CILO
Control
S XSWI
Control
S CSWI
Control
S XSWI
Meter.
V MMXU
Meter.
V MMXU
Control
QC1
S CILO
Control
S CSWI
Control
QA1
S CILO
Control
S CSWI
Control
S CILO
Control
S XSWI
Control
S XCBR
Control
S CSWI
79
0->1
94
SMB RREC
1->0
SMP PTRC
Control
25
SYNC
SES RSYN
Cond
S XSWI
S SCBR
QC2
50BF 3I> BF
1000/1
CC RBRF
QB9
51/67
3I>
51N/67N
Control
S CILO
Control
PD
CC RPLD
Meter.
Meter.
C MMXU
C MSQI
IN>
Control
Control
S CSWI
U>
Meter.
CV MMXN
Control
Wh<->
S XSWI
ETP MMTR
Control
S XSWI
Meter.
OV2 PTOV
132kV/110V
52PD
EF4 PTOC
S CSWI
S CILO
59
3I>>
PH PIOC
OC4 PTOC
QC9
50
Meter.
V MMXU
V MSQI
Other configured functions
Cond
Function Enabled
in Settings
TCS SCBR
Cond
TCS SCBR
Cond
SPVN ZBAT
Control
Q CBAY
Control
SEL GGIO
Mont.
DRP RDRE
ANSI
IEC
IEC61850
Function Disabled
in Settings
ANSI
IEC
IEC61850
IEC09000649-1-en.vsd
IEC09000649 V1 EN
Figure 2. A typical protection and control application for a double busbar in single breaker
arrangement
ABB
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Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
QC11
QC21
REC650 A07 – Bus Coupler single breaker 10AI (6I+4U)
WA1
132 kV Bus
Control
WA2
S CILO
Control
S CSWI
Control
132kV/
110V
QB1
QB2
S CILO
132kV/
110V
Control
S CSWI
Control
S CILO
Control
Control
QC1
S CILO
CC RBRF
Control
QC2
S CILO
Control
S XSWI
Control
S CSWI
50BF 3I> BF
1000/1
Control
S XSWI
Control
S CSWI
Control
QA1
Control
S XSWI
Control
S CSWI
S CILO
Control
S XSWI
Control
S CSWI
S CILO
Control
S XSWI
50
3I>>
PH PIOC
Control
S CSWI
Meter.
Meter.
V MMXU
V MMXU
Control
94
S XCBR
52PD
PD
CC RPLD
1->0
25
SMP PTRC
Meter.
SYNC
SES RSYN
Meter.
C MMXU
C MSQI
Control
Cond
S XSWI
S SCBR
51N
51/67
IN>
3I>
OC4 PTOC
EF4 PTOC
Other configured functions
Cond
Function Enabled
in Settings
TCS SCBR
Cond
TCS SCBR
Cond
SPVN ZBAT
Control
Q CBAY
Control
SEL GGIO
Mont.
DRP RDRE
ANSI
IEC
IEC61850
Function Disabled
in Settings
ANSI
IEC
IEC61850
IEC09000650-1-en.vsd
IEC09000650 V1 EN
Figure 3. A typical protection and control application for a bus coupler in single breaker
arrangement
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ABB
Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
3. Available functions
ABB
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Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
Control and monitoring functions
REC650 (A07)
BCAB
Bay
REC650 (A02)
1CBAB
ANSI Function description
REC650 (A01)
1CBA
IEC 61850
Control
8
SESRSYN
25
Synchrocheck, energizing check,
and synchronizing
1
1
1
SMBRREC
79
Autorecloser
1
1
1
SCILO
3
Logical node for interlocking
8
8
8
BB_ES
3
Interlocking for busbar earthing
switch
3
3
3
A1A2_BS
3
Interlocking for bus-section breaker
2
2
2
A1A2_DC
3
Interlocking for bus-section
disconnector
3
3
3
ABC_BC
3
Interlocking for bus-coupler bay
1
1
1
BH_CONN
3
Interlocking for 1 1/2 breaker
diameter
1
1
1
BH_LINE_A
3
Interlocking for 1 1/2 breaker
diameter
1
1
1
BH_LINE_B
3
Interlocking for 1 1/2 breaker
diameter
1
1
1
DB_BUS_A
3
Interlocking for double CB bay
1
1
1
DB_BUS_B
3
Interlocking for double CB bay
1
1
1
DB_LINE
3
Interlocking for double CB bay
1
1
1
ABC_LINE
3
Interlocking for line bay
1
1
1
AB_TRAFO
3
Interlocking for transformer bay
1
1
1
SCSWI
Switch controller
8
8
8
SXCBR
Circuit breaker
3
3
3
SXSWI
Circuit switch
7
7
7
POS_EVAL
Evaluation of position indication
8
8
8
SELGGIO
Select release
1
1
1
QCBAY
Bay control
1
1
1
ABB
Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
REC650 (A07)
BCAB
Bay
REC650 (A02)
1CBAB
ANSI Function description
REC650 (A01)
1CBA
IEC 61850
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
LOCREM
Handling of LR-switch positions
1
1
1
LOCREMCTRL
LHMI control of PSTO
1
1
1
SLGGIO
Logic Rotating Switch for function
selection and LHMI presentation
15
15
15
VSGGIO
Selector mini switch extension
20
20
20
DPGGIO
IEC 61850 generic communication I/
O functions double point
16
16
16
SPC8GGIO
Single point generic control 8 signals
5
5
5
AUTOBITS
AutomationBits, command function
for DNP3.0
3
3
3
Current circuit supervision
1
1
1
SDDRFUF
Fuse failure supervision
1
1
1
TCSSCBR
Breaker close/trip circuit monitoring
3
3
3
Tripping logic
1
1
1
TMAGGIO
Trip matrix logic
12
12
12
OR
Configurable logic blocks, OR
283
283
283
INVERTER
Configurable logic blocks, Inverter
140
140
140
PULSETIMER
Configurable logic blocks,
PULSETIMER
40
40
40
GATE
Configurable logic blocks,
Controllable gate
40
40
40
XOR
Configurable logic blocks, exclusive
OR
40
40
40
LOOPDELAY
Configurable logic blocks, loop delay
40
40
40
TimeSet
Configurable logic blocks, timer
40
40
40
AND
Configurable logic blocks, AND
280
280
280
Secondary system supervision
CCSRDIF
87
Logic
SMPPTRC
ABB
94
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Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
REC650 (A07)
BCAB
Bay
REC650 (A02)
1CBAB
ANSI Function description
REC650 (A01)
1CBA
IEC 61850
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
SRMEMORY
Configurable logic blocks, set-reset
memory
40
40
40
RSMEMORY
Configurable logic blocks, reset-set
memory
40
40
40
ANDQT
Configurable logic Q/T, ANDQT
120
120
120
ORQT
Configurable logic Q/T, ORQT
120
120
120
INVERTERQT
Configurable logic Q/T,
INVERTERQT
120
120
120
XORQT
Configurable logic Q/T, XORQT
40
40
40
SRMEMORYQT
Configurable logic Q/T, set-reset
with memory
40
40
40
RSMEMORYQT
Configurable logic Q/T, reset-set
with memory
40
40
40
TIMERSETQT
Configurable logic Q/T, settable
timer
40
40
40
PULSETIMERQT
Configurable logic Q/T, pulse timer
40
40
40
INVALIDQT
Configurable logic Q/T, INVALIDQT
12
12
12
INDCOMBSPQT
Configurable logic Q/T, single
indication signal combining
20
20
20
INDEXTSPQT
Configurable logic Q/T, single
indication signal extractor
20
20
20
FXDSIGN
Fixed signal function block
1
1
1
B16I
Boolean 16 to Integer conversion
16
16
16
B16IFCVI
Boolean 16 to integer conversion
with logic node representation
16
16
16
IB16A
Integer to Boolean 16 conversion
16
16
16
IB16FCVB
Integer to boolean 16 conversion
with logic node representation
16
16
16
Measurements
6
6
6
Monitoring
CVMMXN
10
ABB
Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
REC650 (A07)
BCAB
Bay
REC650 (A02)
1CBAB
ANSI Function description
REC650 (A01)
1CBA
IEC 61850
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
CMMXU
Phase current measurement
10
10
10
VMMXU
Phase-phase voltage measurement
6
6
6
CMSQI
Current sequence component
measurement
6
6
6
VMSQI
Voltage sequence measurement
6
6
6
VNMMXU
Phase-neutral voltage measurement
6
6
6
CNTGGIO
Event counter
5
5
5
DRPRDRE
Disturbance report
1
1
1
AxRADR
Analog input signals
1
1
1
BxRBDR
Binary input signals
1
1
1
SPGGIO
IEC 61850 generic communication I/
O functions
64
64
64
SP16GGIO
IEC 61850 generic communication I/
O functions 16 inputs
16
16
16
MVGGIO
IEC 61850 generic communication I/
O functions
16
16
16
MVEXP
Measured value expander block
66
66
66
SPVNZBAT
Station battery supervision
1
1
1
SSIMG
63
Insulation gas monitoring function
1
1
1
SSIML
71
Insulation liquid monitoring function
1
1
1
Circuit breaker condition monitoring
1
1
1
PCGGIO
Pulse counter logic
16
16
16
ETPMMTR
Function for energy calculation and
demand handling
3
3
3
SSCBR
Metering
ABB
11
Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
Back-up protection functions
Bay
REC650 (A07)
BCAB
Function description
REC650 (A02)
1CBAB
ANSI
REC650 (A01)
1CBA
IEC 61850
Current protection
PHPIOC
50
Instantaneous phase overcurrent
protection
1
1
1
OC4PTOC
51/67
Four step directional phase overcurrent
protection
1
1
1
EFPIOC
50N
Instantaneous residual overcurrent
protection
1
1
1
EF4PTOC
51N/
67N
Four step directional residual
overcurrent protection
1
1
1
SDEPSDE
67N
Sensitive directional residual
overcurrent and power protection
1
1
1
LPTTR
26
Thermal overload protection, one time
constant
1
1
1
CCRBRF
50BF
Breaker failure protection
1
1
1
STBPTOC
50STB
Stub protection
1
1
1
CCRPLD
52PD
Pole discordance protection
1
1
1
BRCPTOC
46
Broken conductor check
1
1
1
GUPPDUP
37
Directional underpower protection
1
1
1
GOPPDOP
32
Directional overpower protection
1
1
1
DNSPTOC
46
Negative sequence based overcurrent
function
1
1
1
Voltage protection
UV2PTUV
27
Two step undervoltage protection
1
1
1
OV2PTOV
59
Two step overvoltage protection
1
1
1
ROV2PTOV
59N
Two step residual overvoltage protection
1
1
1
LOVPTUV
27
Loss of voltage check
1
1
1
Frequency protection
12
ABB
Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
Bay
SAPTUF
81
Underfrequency function
2
2
2
SAPTOF
81
Overfrequency function
2
2
2
SAPFRC
81
Rate-of-change frequency protection
2
2
2
REC650 (A07)
BCAB
Function description
REC650 (A02)
1CBAB
ANSI
REC650 (A01)
1CBA
IEC 61850
Designed to communicate
Bay
REC650 (A07)
BCAB
Function description
REC650 (A02)
1CBAB
ANSI
REC650 (A01)
1CBA
IEC 61850
Station communication
ABB
IEC 61850 communication protocol
1
1
1
DNP3.0 for TCP/IP communication
protocol
1
1
1
GOOSEINT
LKRCV
Horizontal communication via GOOSE
for interlocking
59
59
59
GOOSEBIN
RCV
GOOSE binary receive
4
4
4
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Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
Basic IED functions
IEC 61850
Function description
Basic functions included in all products
INTERRSIG
Self supervision with internal event list
1
Time synchronization
1
SETGRPS
Setting group handling
1
ACTVGRP
Parameter setting groups
1
TESTMODE
Test mode functionality
1
CHNGLCK
Change lock function
1
ATHSTAT
Authority status
1
ATHCHCK
Authority check
1
4. Control
Synchronizing, synchrocheck and
energizing check SESRSYN
The Synchronizing function allows closing of
asynchronous networks at the correct
moment including the breaker closing time.
The systems can thus be reconnected after an
auto-reclose or manual closing which
improves the network stability.
The Synchrocheck, energizing check function
(SESRSYN) checks that the voltages on both
sides of the circuit breaker are in
synchronism, or with at least one side dead
to ensure that closing can be done safely.
The function includes a built-in voltage
selection scheme for double bus and 1½ or
ring busbar arrangements.
Manual closing as well as automatic reclosing
can be checked by the function and can have
different settings.
For systems which are running asynchronous
a synchronizing function is provided. The
main purpose of the synchronizing function
is to provide controlled closing of circuit
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breakers when two asynchronous systems are
going to be connected. It is used for slip
frequencies that are larger than those for
synchrocheck and lower than a set maximum
level for the synchronizing function.
Autorecloser SMBRREC
The autoreclosing function provides highspeed and/or delayed auto-reclosing for
single breaker applications.
Up to five reclosing attempts can be
programmed.
The autoreclosing function can be configured
to co-operate with a synchrocheck function.
Apparatus control APC
The apparatus control is a function for
control and supervision of circuit breakers,
disconnectors and earthing switches within a
bay. Permission to operate is given after
evaluation of conditions from other functions
such as interlocking, synchrocheck, operator
place selection and external or internal
blockings.
Features in the apparatus control function:
ABB
Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
• Select-Execute principle to give high
reliability
• Selection function to prevent simultaneous
operation
• Selection and supervision of operator place
• Command supervision
• Block/deblock of operation
• Block/deblock of updating of position
indications
• Substitution of position indications
• Overriding of interlocking functions
• Overriding of synchrocheck
• Operation counter
• Suppression of Mid position
Two types of command models can be used:
• Direct with normal security
• SBO (Select-Before-Operate) with enhanced
security
Normal security means that only the
command is evaluated and the resulting
position is not supervised. Enhanced security
means that the command sequence is
supervised in three steps, the selection,
command evaluation and the supervision of
position.
Control operation can be performed from the
LHMI under authority control if so defined.
IEC09000669-1-en.vsd
IEC09000669 V1 EN
Figure 5. Overriding of synchrocheck.
Logic rotating switch for function
selection and LHMI presentation
SLGGIO
The Logic rotating switch for function
selection and LHMI presentation (SLGGIO)
function block (or the selector switch
function block) is used within the ACT tool in
order to get a selector switch functionality
similar with the one provided by a hardware
selector switch. Hardware selector switches
are used extensively by utilities, in order to
have different functions operating on pre-set
values. Hardware switches are however
sources for maintenance issues, lower system
reliability and extended purchase portfolio.
The virtual selector switches eliminate all
these problems.
Selector mini switch VSGGIO
Selector mini switch (VSGGIO) function
block is a multipurpose function used in the
configuration tool in PCM600 for a variety of
applications, as a general purpose switch.
IEC09000668-1-en.vsd
IEC09000668 V1 EN
Figure 4. Select before operation with
confirmation of command.
VSGGIO can be controlled from the menu or
from a symbol on the single line diagram
(SLD) on the local HMI.
IEC 61850 generic communication
I/O functions DPGGIO
The IEC 61850 generic communication I/O
functions (DPGGIO) function block is used to
send three logical signals to other systems or
equipment in the substation. It is especially
used in the interlocking and reservation
station-wide logics.
ABB
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Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
Single point generic control 8
signals SPC8GGIO
Instantaneous residual overcurrent
protection EFPIOC
The Single point generic control 8 signals
(SPC8GGIO) function block is a collection of
8 single point commands, designed to bring
in commands from REMOTE (SCADA) to
those parts of the logic configuration that do
not need complicated function blocks that
have the capability to receive commands (for
example, SCSWI). In this way, simple
commands can be sent directly to the IED
outputs, without confirmation. Confirmation
(status) of the result of the commands is
supposed to be achieved by other means,
such as binary inputs and SPGGIO function
blocks.
The instantaneous residual overcurrent
protection (EFPIOC) has a low transient
overreach and short tripping times to allow
the use for instantaneous earth fault
protection, with the reach limited to less than
typical eighty percent of the line at minimum
source impedance. The function can be
configured to measure the residual current
from the three phase current inputs or the
current from a separate current input. The
function can be blocked by activating the
input BLOCK.
AutomationBits AUTOBITS
Automation bits function (AUTOBITS) is used
within PCM600 in order to get into the
configuration of the commands coming
through the DNP3 protocol.
Four step residual overcurrent
protection EF4PTOC
The four step residual overcurrent protection
(EF4PTOC) has an setable inverse or definite
time delay independent for step 1 and 4
separately. Step 2 and 3 are always definite
time delayed.
All IEC and ANSI time delayed characteristics
are available.
5. Current protection
The directional function is voltage polarized,
current polarized or dual polarized.
Instantaneous phase overcurrent
protection PHPIOC
The protection can be set directional or nondirectional independently for each of the steps.
The instantaneous three phase overcurrent
function has a low transient overreach and
short tripping time to allow use as a high set
short-circuit protection function.
Four step phase overcurrent
protection OC4PTOC
The four step phase overcurrent function has
an inverse or definite time delay independent
for each step separately.
All IEC and ANSI time delayed characteristics
are available.
The directional function is voltage polarized
with memory. The function can be set to be
directional or non-directional independently
for each of the steps.
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A second harmonic blocking can be enabled
individually for each step.
The protection can be used as main
protection for phase-to-earth faults.
The protection can also be used to provide a
system back-up for example, in the case of
the primary protection being out of service
due to communication or voltage transformer
circuit failure.
Directional operation can be combined
together with corresponding communication
logic in permissive or blocking teleprotection
scheme. Current reversal and weak-end
infeed functionality are available as well.
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Sensitive directional residual
overcurrent and power protection
SDEPSDE
In isolated networks or in networks with
high impedance earthing, the earth fault
current is significantly smaller than the short
circuit currents. In addition to this, the
magnitude of the fault current is almost
independent on the fault location in the
network. The protection can be selected to
use either the residual current or residual
power component 3U0·3I0·cos j, for
operating quantity. There is also available
one non-directional 3I0 step and one nondirectional 3U0 overvoltage tripping step.
Thermal overload protection, one
time constant LPTTR
The increasing utilizing of the power system
closer to the thermal limits have generated a
need of a thermal overload protection also
for power lines.
A thermal overload will often not be detected
by other protection functions and the
introduction of the thermal overload
protection can allow the protected circuit to
operate closer to the thermal limits.
The three-phase current measuring protection
has an I2t characteristic with settable time
constant and a thermal memory.
An alarm level gives early warning to allow
operators to take action well before the line
is tripped.
Breaker failure protection CCRBRF
Breaker failure protection (CCRBRF) function
ensures fast back-up tripping of surrounding
breakers in case of own breaker failure to
open. CCRBRF can be current based, contact
based, or adaptive combination between
these two principles.
A current check with extremely short reset
time is used as a check criteria to achieve a
high security against unnecessary operation.
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Breaker failure protection (CCRBRF) function
current criteria can be fulfilled by one or two
phase currents, or one phase current plus
residual current. When those currents exceed
the user defined settings, the function is
activated. These conditions increase the
security of the back-up trip command.
CCRBRF function can be programmed to give
a three-phase re-trip of the own breaker to
avoid unnecessary tripping of surrounding
breakers at an incorrect initiation due to
mistakes during testing.
Stub protection STBPTOC
When a power line is taken out of service for
maintenance and the line disconnector is
opened the voltage transformers will mostly
be outside on the disconnected part. The
primary line distance protection will thus not
be able to operate and must be blocked.
The stub protection covers the zone between
the current transformers and the open
disconnector. The three-phase instantaneous
overcurrent function is released from a
normally open, NO (b) auxiliary contact on
the line disconnector.
Pole discordance protection
CCRPLD
Circuit breakers or disconnectors can due to
electrical or mechanical failures end up with
the different poles in different positions (closeopen). This can cause negative and zero
sequence currents which gives thermal stress
on rotating machines and can cause
unwanted operation of zero sequence or
negative sequence current functions.
Normally the own breaker is tripped to
correct such a situation. If the situation
persists the surrounding breaker should be
tripped to clear the unsymmetrical load
situation.
The pole discordance function operates based
on information from the circuit breaker logic
with additional criteria from unsymmetrical
phase current when required.
A contact check criteria can be used where
the fault current through the breaker is small.
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Broken conductor check BRCPTOC
Conventional protection functions can not
detect the broken conductor condition.
Broken conductor check (BRCPTOC)
function, consisting of continuous current
unsymmetry check on the line where the IED
is connected will give alarm or trip at
detecting broken conductors.
Directional over/underpower
protection GOPPDOP/GUPPDUP
The directional over-/under-power protection
(GOPPDOP/GUPPDUP) can be used
wherever a high/low active, reactive or
apparent power protection or alarming is
required. The functions can alternatively be
used to check the direction of active or
reactive power flow in the power system.
There are number of applications where such
functionality is needed. Some of them are:
• detection of reversed active power flow
• detection of high reactive power flow
Each function has two steps with definite
time delay. Reset times for every step can be
set as well.
Negative sequence based
overcurrent function DNSPTOC
Negative sequence based overcurrent
function (DNSPTOC) is typically used as
sensitive earth-fault protection of power
lines, where incorrect zero sequence
polarization may result from mutual
induction between two or more parallel lines.
Additionally, it is used in applications on
underground cables, where zero sequence
impedance depends on the fault current
return paths, but the cable negative sequence
impedance is practically constant.
DNSPTOC protects against all unbalance
faults including phase-to-phase faults. Always
remember to set the minimum pickup current
of the function above natural system
unbalance level.
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6. Voltage protection
Two step undervoltage protection
UV2PTUV
Undervoltages can occur in the power system
during faults or abnormal conditions. Two
step undervoltage protection (UV2PTUV)
function can be used to open circuit breakers
to prepare for system restoration at power
outages or as long-time delayed back-up to
primary protection.
UV2PTUV has two voltage steps, each with
inverse or definite time delay.
Two step overvoltage protection
OV2PTOV
Overvoltages may occur in the power system
during abnormal conditions, such as, sudden
power loss, tap changer regulating failures,
open line ends on long lines.
Two step overvoltage protection (OV2PTOV)
can be used as open line end detector,
normally then combined with directional
reactive over-power function or as system
voltage supervision, normally then giving
alarm only or switching in reactors or switch
out capacitor banks to control the voltage.
OV2PTOV has two voltage steps, where step
1 is setable as inverse or definite time
delayed. Step 2 is always definite time delayed.
OV2PTOV has an extremely high reset ratio
to allow setting close to system service voltage.
Two step residual overvoltage
protection ROV2PTOV
Residual voltages may occur in the power
system during earth-faults.
Two step residual overvoltage protection
(ROV2PTOV) calculates the residual voltage
from the three-phase voltage input
transformers or from a single-phase voltage
input transformer fed from an open delta or
neutral point voltage transformer.
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ROV2PTOV has two voltage steps, where
step 1 is setable as inverse or definite time
delayed. Step 2 is always definite time delayed.
Loss of voltage check LOVPTUV
Loss of voltage check (LOVPTUV) is suitable
for use in networks with an automatic system
restoration function. LOVPTUV issues a threepole trip command to the circuit breaker, if
all three phase voltages fall below the set
value for a time longer than the set time and
the circuit breaker remains closed.
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of a main disturbance in the system. It can be
used for generation shedding, load shedding,
remedial action schemes etc. SAPFRC can
discriminate between positive or negative
change of frequency.
8. Secondary system
supervision
Current circuit supervision
CCSRDIF
7. Frequency protection
Under frequency protection SAPTUF
Under frequency occurs as a result of lack of
generation in the network.
Under frequency protection (SAPTUF) is used
for load shedding systems, remedial action
schemes, gas turbine start-up and so on.
SAPTUF is provided with an under voltage
blocking.
Over frequency protection SAPTOF
Over frequency protection (SAPTOF) function
is applicable in all situations, where reliable
detection of high fundamental power system
frequency is needed.
Over frequency occurs at sudden load drops
or shunt faults in the power network. Close
to the generating plant, generator governor
problems can also cause over frequency.
SAPTOF is used mainly for generation
shedding and remedial action schemes. It is
also used as a frequency stage initiating load
restoring.
SAPTOF is provided with an under voltage
blocking.
Rate-of-change frequency
protection SAPFRC
Rate-of-change frequency protection
(SAPFRC) function gives an early indication
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Open or short circuited current transformer
cores can cause unwanted operation of many
protection functions such as differential,
earth fault current and negative sequence
current functions.
It must be remembered that a blocking of
protection functions at an occurrence of open
CT circuit will mean that the situation will
remain and extremely high voltages will
stress the secondary circuit.
Current circuit supervision (CCSRDIF)
compares the residual current from a three
phase set of current transformer cores with
the neutral point current on a separate input
taken from another set of cores on the
current transformer.
A detection of a difference indicates a fault in
the circuit and is used as alarm or to block
protection functions expected to give
unwanted tripping.
Fuse failure supervision SDDRFUF
The aim of the fuse failure supervision
function (SDDRFUF) is to block voltage
measuring functions at failures in the
secondary circuits between the voltage
transformer and the IED in order to avoid
unwanted operations that otherwise might
occur.
The fuse failure supervision function basically
has two different algorithms, negative
sequence and zero sequence based algorithm
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and an additional delta voltage and delta
current algorithm.
The negative sequence detection algorithm is
recommended for IEDs used in isolated or
high-impedance earthed networks. It is based
on the negative-sequence measuring
quantities, a high value of voltage 3U2
without the presence of the negativesequence current 3I2.
The zero sequence detection algorithm is
recommended for IEDs used in directly or
low impedance earthed networks. It is based
on the zero sequence measuring quantities, a
high value of voltage 3U0 without the
presence of the residual current 3I0.
A criterion based on delta current and delta
voltage measurements can be added to the
fuse failure supervision function in order to
detect a three phase fuse failure, which in
practice is more associated with voltage
transformer switching during station
operations.
For better adaptation to system requirements,
an operation mode setting has been
introduced which makes it possible to select
the operating conditions for negative
sequence and zero sequence based function.
The selection of different operation modes
makes it possible to choose different
interaction possibilities between the negative
sequence and zero sequence based algorithm.
Breaker close/trip circuit
monitoring TCSSCBR
The trip circuit supervision function TCSSCBR
is designed to supervise the control circuit of
the circuit breaker. The invalidity of a control
circuit is detected by using a dedicated
output contact that contains the supervision
functionality.
The function operates after a predefined
operating time and resets when the fault
disappears.
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9. Logic
Tripping logic SMPPTRC
A function block for protection tripping is
provided for each circuit breaker involved in
the tripping of the fault. It provides the pulse
prolongation to ensure a trip pulse of
sufficient length, as well as all functionality
necessary for correct co-operation with
autoreclosing functions.
The trip function block includes functionality
for breaker lock-out.
Trip matrix logic TMAGGIO
Trip matrix logic (TMAGGIO) function is
used to route trip signals and/or other logical
output signals to different output contacts on
the IED.
TMAGGIO output signals and the physical
outputs are available in PCM600 and this
allows the user to adapt the signals to the
physical tripping outputs according to the
specific application needs.
Configurable logic blocks
A number of logic blocks and timers are
available for user to adapt the configuration
to the specific application needs.
• OR function block.
• INVERTER function blocks that inverts the
input signal.
• PULSETIMER function block can be used,
for example, for pulse extensions or
limiting of operation of outputs.
• GATE function block is used for controlling
if a signal should be able to pass from the
input to the output or not depending on a
setting.
• XOR function block.
• LOOPDELAY function block used to delay
the output signal one execution cycle.
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• TIMERSET function has pick-up and dropout delayed outputs related to the input
signal. The timer has a settable time delay.
• AND function block.
• SRMEMORY function block is a flip-flop
that can set or reset an output from two
inputs respectively. Each block has two
outputs where one is inverted. The memory
setting controls if the block after a power
interruption should return to the state
before the interruption, or be reset. Set
input has priority.
• RSMEMORY function block is a flip-flop
that can reset or set an output from two
inputs respectively. Each block has two
outputs where one is inverted. The memory
setting controls if the block after a power
interruption should return to the state
before the interruption, or be reset. Reset
input has priority.
Configurable logic Q/T
A number of logic blocks and timers with the
capability to propagate timestamp and quality
of the input signals are available. The
function blocks assist the user to adapt the
IEDs configuration to the specific application
needs.
• ORQT function block that also propagates
timestamp and quality of input signals.
• INVERTERQT function block that inverts
the input signal and propagates timestamp
and quality of input signal.
• PULSETIMERQT function block can be
used, for example, for pulse extensions or
limiting of operation of outputs. The
function also propagates timestamp and
quality of input signal.
• XORQT function block. The function also
propagates timestamp and quality of input
signals.
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input signal. The timer has a settable time
delay. The function also propagates
timestamp and quality of input signal.
• ANDQT function block. The function also
propagates timestamp and quality of input
signals.
• SRMEMORYQT function block is a flipflop that can set or reset an output from
two inputs respectively. Each block has two
outputs where one is inverted. The memory
setting controls if the block after a power
interruption should return to the state
before the interruption, or be reset. The
function also propagates timestamp and
quality of input signal.
• RSMEMORYQT function block is a flipflop that can reset or set an output from
two inputs respectively. Each block has two
outputs where one is inverted. The memory
setting controls if the block after a power
interruption should return to the state
before the interruption, or be reset. The
function also propagates timestamp and
quality of input signal.
• INVALIDQT function which sets quality
invalid of outputs according to a "valid"
input. Inputs are copied to outputs. If input
VALID is 0, or if its quality invalid bit is set,
all outputs invalid quality bit will be set to
invalid. The timestamp of an output will be
set to the latest timestamp of INPUT and
VALID inputs.
• INDCOMBSPQT combines single input
signals to group signal. Single position
input is copied to value part of SP_OUT
output. TIME input is copied to time part of
SP_OUT output. State input bits are copied
to the corresponding state part of SP_OUT
output. If the state or value on the SP_OUT
output changes, the Event bit in the state
part is toggled. The function also
propagates timestamp and quality of input
signals.
• TIMERSETQT function has pick-up and
drop-out delayed outputs related to the
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• INDEXTSPQT extracts individual signals
from a group signal input. Value part of
single position input is copied to SI_OUT
output. Time part of single position input is
copied to TIME output. State bits in
common part and indication part of inputs
signal is copied to the corresponding state
output. The function also propagates
timestamp and quality of input signal.
Boolean 16 to Integer conversion
B16I
Boolean 16 to integer conversion function
(B16I) is used to transform a set of 16 binary
(logical) signals into an integer.
Boolean 16 to integer conversion
with logic node representation
B16IFCVI
Boolean 16 to integer conversion with logic
node representation function (B16IFCVI) is
used to transform a set of 16 binary (logical)
signals into an integer.
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10. Monitoring
Measurements CVMMXN
The service value function is used to get online information from the IED. These service
values makes it possible to display on-line
information on the local HMI and on the
Substation automation system about:
• measured voltages, currents, frequency,
active, reactive and apparent power and
power factor
• the primary and secondary phasors
• current sequence components
• voltage sequence components
• differential currents, bias currents
• event counters
• measured values and other information
of the different parameters for included
functions
• logical values of all binary in- and
outputs and
• general IED information.
Integer to Boolean 16 conversion
IB16A
Event counter CNTGGIO
Integer to boolean 16 conversion function
(IB16A) is used to transform an integer into a
set of 16 binary (logical) signals.
Event counter (CNTGGIO) has six counters
which are used for storing the number of
times each counter input has been activated.
Integer to boolean 16 conversion
with logic node representation
IB16FCVB
Disturbance report
Integer to boolean conversion with logic
node representation function (IB16FCVB) is
used to transform an integer to 16 binary
(logic) signals.
IB16FCVB function can receive remote values
over IEC 61850 depending on the operator
position input (PSTO).
Complete and reliable information about
disturbances in the primary and/or in the
secondary system together with continuous
event-logging is accomplished by the
disturbance report functionality.
Disturbance report, always included in the
IED, acquires sampled data of all selected
analog input and binary signals connected to
the function block that is, maximum 40
analog and 96 binary signals.
Disturbance report functionality is a common
name for several functions:
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• Event List
• Indications
• Event recorder
• Trip Value recorder
• Disturbance recorder
Disturbance report function is characterized
by great flexibility regarding configuration,
starting conditions, recording times and large
storage capacity.
A disturbance is defined as an activation of
an input in the AxRADR or BxRBDR function
blocks which is set to trigger the disturbance
recorder. All signals from start of pre-fault
time to the end of post-fault time, will be
included in the recording.
Every disturbance report recording is saved
in the IED in the standard Comtrade format.
The same applies to all events, which are
continuously saved in a ring-buffer. The local
HMI is used to get information about the
recordings, but the disturbance report files
may be uploaded to PCM600 (Protection and
Control IED Manager) and further analysis
using the disturbance handling tool.
Event list DRPRDRE
Continuous event-logging is useful for
monitoring of the system from an overview
perspective and is a complement to specific
disturbance recorder functions.
The event list logs all binary input signals
connected to the Disturbance report function.
The list may contain of up to 1000 timetagged events stored in a ring-buffer.
Indications DRPRDRE
To get fast, condensed and reliable
information about disturbances in the
primary and/or in the secondary system it is
important to know, for example binary
signals that have changed status during a
disturbance. This information is used in the
short perspective to get information via the
local HMI in a straightforward way.
There are three LEDs on the local HMI
(green, yellow and red), which will display
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status information about the IED and the
Disturbance report function (trigged).
The Indication list function shows all selected
binary input signals connected to the
Disturbance report function that have
changed status during a disturbance.
Event recorder DRPRDRE
Quick, complete and reliable information
about disturbances in the primary and/or in
the secondary system is vital, for example,
time tagged events logged during
disturbances. This information is used for
different purposes in the short term (for
example corrective actions) and in the long
term (for example Functional Analysis).
The event recorder logs all selected binary
input signals connected to the Disturbance
report function. Each recording can contain
up to 150 time-tagged events.
The event recorder information is available
for the disturbances locally in the IED.
The event recording information is an
integrated part of the disturbance record
(Comtrade file).
Trip value recorder DRPRDRE
Information about the pre-fault and fault
values for currents and voltages are vital for
the disturbance evaluation.
The Trip value recorder calculates the values
of all selected analog input signals connected
to the Disturbance report function. The result
is magnitude and phase angle before and
during the fault for each analog input signal.
The trip value recorder information is
available for the disturbances locally in the
IED.
The trip value recorder information is an
integrated part of the disturbance record
(Comtrade file).
Disturbance recorder DRPRDRE
The Disturbance recorder function supplies
fast, complete and reliable information about
disturbances in the power system. It
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facilitates understanding system behavior and
related primary and secondary equipment
during and after a disturbance. Recorded
information is used for different purposes in
the short perspective (for example corrective
actions) and long perspective (for example
Functional Analysis).
The Disturbance recorder acquires sampled
data from all selected analog input and
binary signals connected to the Disturbance
report function (maximum 40 analog and 96
binary signals). The binary signals are the
same signals as available under the event
recorder function.
The function is characterized by great
flexibility and is not dependent on the
operation of protection functions. It can
record disturbances not detected by
protection functions.
The disturbance recorder information for the
last 100 disturbances are saved in the IED
and the local HMI is used to view the list of
recordings.
Station battery supervision
SPVNZBAT
The station battery supervision function
SPVNZBAT is used for monitoring battery
terminal voltage.
SPVNZBAT activates the start and alarm
outputs when the battery terminal voltage
exceeds the set upper limit or drops below
the set lower limit. A time delay for the
overvoltage and undervoltage alarms can be
set according to definite time characteristics.
In the definite time (DT) mode, SPVNZBAT
operates after a predefined operate time and
resets when the battery undervoltage or
overvoltage condition disappears.
Insulation gas monitoring function
SSIMG
Insulation gas monitoring function (SSIMG) is
used for monitoring the circuit breaker
condition. Binary information based on the
gas pressure in the circuit breaker is used as
input signals to the function. In addition to
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that, the function generates alarms based on
received information.
Insulation liquid monitoring
function SSIML
Insulation liquid monitoring function (SSIML)
is used for monitoring the circuit breaker
condition. Binary information based on the
oil level in the circuit breaker is used as input
signals to the function. In addition to that,
the function generates alarms based on
received information.
Circuit breaker monitoring SSCBR
The circuit breaker condition monitoring
function (SSCBR) is used to monitor different
parameters of the circuit breaker. The
breaker requires maintenance when the
number of operations has reached a
predefined value. The energy is calculated
from the measured input currents as a sum of
Iyt values. Alarms are generated when the
calculated values exceed the threshold
settings.
The function contains a blocking
functionality. It is possible to block the
function outputs, if desired.
11. Metering
Pulse counter logic PCGGIO
Pulse counter (PCGGIO) function counts
externally generated binary pulses, for
instance pulses coming from an external
energy meter, for calculation of energy
consumption values. The pulses are captured
by the BIO (binary input/output) module
and then read by the PCGGIO function. A
scaled service value is available over the
station bus.
Function for energy calculation and
demand handling ETPMMTR
Outputs from Measurements (CVMMXN)
function can be used to calculate energy.
Active as well as reactive values are
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calculated in import and export direction.
Values can be read or generated as pulses.
Maximum demand power values are also
calculated by the function.
12. Human Machine
interface
Local HMI
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to a distance of 1-5 m from the main unit.
The units are connected with the ethernet
cable included in the delivery.
The LHMI is simple and easy to understand –
the whole front plate is divided into zones,
each of them with a well-defined functionality:
• Status indication LEDs
• Alarm indication LEDs which can
indicate three states with the colors
green, yellow and red, with user
printable label. All LEDs are configurable
from the PCM600 tool
• Liquid crystal display (LCD)
• Keypad with push buttons for control
and navigation purposes, switch for
selection between local and remote
control and reset
• Five user programmable function buttons
• An isolated RJ45 communication port for
PCM600
13. Basic IED functions
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Figure 6. Local human-machine interface
The LHMI of the IED contains the following
elements:
• Display (LCD)
• Buttons
• LED indicators
• Communication port
The LHMI is used for setting, monitoring and
controlling.
The Local human machine interface, LHMI
includes a graphical monochrome LCD with a
resolution of 320x240 pixels. The character
size may vary depending on local language
selected. The amount of characters and rows
fitting the view depends on the character size
and the view that is shown.
LHMI can be detached from the main unit.
The detached LHMI can be wall mounted up
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Self supervision with internal event
list
Self supervision with internal event list
(INTERRSIG and SELFSUPEVLST) function
listens and reacts to internal system events,
generated by the different built-in selfsupervision elements. The internal events are
saved in an internal event list.
Time synchronization
Use the time synchronization source selector
to select a common source of absolute time
for the IED when it is a part of a control and
a protection system. This makes comparison
of events and disturbance data between all
IEDs in a station automation system possible.
Parameter setting groups ACTVGRP
Use the four sets of settings to optimize IED
operation for different system conditions. By
creating and switching between fine tuned
setting sets, either from the local HMI or
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configurable binary inputs, results in a highly
adaptable IED that can cope with a variety of
system scenarios.
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• local, through the local HMI
• remote, through the communication ports
Test mode functionality TESTMODE
The protection and control IEDs have many
included functions. To make the testing
procedure easier, the IEDs include the feature
which allows to individually block a single,
several or all functions.
There are two ways of entering the test mode:
• By configuration, activating an input
signal of the function block TESTMODE
• By setting the IED in test mode in the
local HMI
While the IED is in test mode, all functions
are blocked.
Any function can be unblocked individually
regarding functionality and event signalling.
It enables the user to follow the operation of
one or several related functions to check
functionality and to check parts of the
configuration etc.
Change lock function CHNGLCK
Change lock function (CHNGLCK) is used to
block further changes to the IED
configuration and settings once the
commissioning is complete. The purpose is to
block inadvertent IED configuration changes
beyond a certain point in time.
Authority status ATHSTAT
Authority status (ATHSTAT) function is an
indication function block for user log on
activity.
Authority check ATHCHCK
To safeguard the interests of our customers,
both the IED and the tools that are accessing
the IED are protected, subject of
authorization handling. The concept of
authorization, as it is implemented in the IED
and in PCM600 is based on the following facts:
There are two types of access points to the
IED:
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14. Station
communication
IEC 61850-8-1 communication
protocol
The IED supports communication protocols
IEC 61850-8-1 and DNP3 over TCP/IP. All
operational information and controls are
available through these protocols. However,
some communication functionality, for
example, horizontal communication (GOOSE)
between the IEDs, is only enabled by the IEC
61850-8-1 communication protocol.
The IED is equipped an optical Ethernet rear
port for substation communication standard
IEC 61850-8-1. IEC 61850-8-1 communication
is also possible from the optical Ethernet
front port. IEC 61850-8-1 protocol allows
intelligent devices (IEDs) from different
vendors to exchange information and
simplifies system engineering. Peer-to-peer
communication according to GOOSE is part
of the standard. Disturbance files uploading
is provided.
Disturbance files are accessed using the IEC
61850-8-1 protocol. Disturbance files are
available to any Ethernet based application in
the standard COMTRADE format. Further, the
IED sends and receives binary signals from
other IEDs using the IEC 61850-8-1 GOOSE
profile. The IED meets the GOOSE
performance requirements for tripping
applications in substations, as defined by the
IEC 61850 standard. The IED interoperates
with other IEC 61850 compliant IEDs, tools
and systems and simultaneously reports
events to five different clients on the IEC
61850 station bus.
All communication connectors, except for the
front port connector, are placed on integrated
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• 19” rack mounting kit
• Wall mounting kit
• Flush mounting kit
• 19" dual rack mounting kit
communication modules. The IED is
connected to Ethernet-based communication
systems via the fibre-optic multimode LC
connector (100BASE-FX).
The IED supports SNTP and IRIG-B time
synchronization methods with a timestamping resolution of 1 ms.
• Ethernet based: SNTP and DNP3
• With time synchronization wiring: IRIG-B
See ordering for details about available
mounting alternatives.
Flush mounting the IED
Table 1. Supported communication
interface and protocol alternatives
K
A
H
B
Interfaces/
Protocols
Ethernet
100BASE-FX LC
IEC 61850-8-1
●
DNP3
●
C
IJ
D
E
F
G
● = Supported
DNP3 protocol
DNP3 (Distributed Network Protocol) is a set
of communications protocols used to
communicate data between components in
process automation systems. For a detailed
description of the DNP3 protocol, see the
DNP3 Communication protocol manual.
Horizontal communication via
GOOSE for interlocking
IEC09000672.ai
IEC09000672 V1 EN
Figure 7. Flush mounting the IED into a panel
cut-out
A
240 mm
G
21.55 mm
B
21.55 mm
H
220 mm
C
227 mm
I
265.9 mm
D
228.9 mm
J
300 mm
E
272 mm
K
254 mm
F
∅6 mm
GOOSE communication can be used for
gathering interlocking information via the
station communication bus.
15. Hardware description
Layout and dimensions
Mounting alternatives
Following mounting alternatives (IP40
protection from the front) are available:
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A
B
E
D
A
C
B
C
IEC09000677.ai
IEC09000677 V1 EN
Figure 10. Two rack mounted IEDs side by side
IEC09000673.ai
A
224 mm + 12 mm with ring-lug connector
B
25.5 mm
C
482.6 mm (19")
IEC09000673 V1 EN
Figure 8. Flush mounted IED
A
222 mm
D
13 mm
B
27 mm
E
265.9 mm (6U)
C
13 mm
Wall mounting the IED
Rack mounting the IED
A
B
F
C
D E
D
G
IEC09000678.ai
E
IEC09000678 V1 EN
Figure 11. Wall mounting the IED
C
A
B
IEC09000676.ai
IEC09000676 V1 EN
Figure 9. Rack mounted IED
A
224 mm + 12 mm with ring-lug connector
B
25.5 mm
C
482.6 mm (19")
D
265.9 mm (6U)
E
13 mm
28
A
270 mm
E
190.5 mm
B
252.5 mm
F
296 mm
C
∅6.8 mm
G
13 mm
D
268.9 mm
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GUID-5C185EAC-13D0-40BD-8511-58CA53EFF7DE V1 EN
Figure 12. Main unit and external LHMI
display
A
25.5 mm
E
258.6 mm
B
220 mm
F
265.9 mm
C
13 mm
G
224 mm
D
265.9 mm
16. Connection diagrams
1MRK006501-DA 2 PG V1 EN
Module
Rear Position
COM
X0, X1, X4, X9,X304
PSM
X307, X309, X410
TRM
X101, X102
BIO
X321, X324
BIO
X326, X329
BIO
X331, X334
BIO
X336, X339
Figure 13. Designation for 6U, 1/2x19" casing with 1 TRM
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Connection diagrams for REC650 A01
1MRK006501-DA 5 PG V1 EN
Figure 16. Power supply module (PSM) AC,
110-250V DC
1MRK006501-DA 3 PG V1 EN
Figure 14. Communication module (COM)
1MRK006501-DA 6 PG V1 EN
Figure 17. Transformer module (TRM)
1MRK006501-DA 4 PG V1 EN
Figure 15. Power supply module (PSM)
48-125V DC
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Figure 18. Binary input/output (BIO) option
(Terminal X321, X324)
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1MRK006501-DA 9 PG V1 EN
Figure 20. Binary input/output (BIO) option
(Terminal X331, 334)
Connection diagrams for REC650 A02
1MRK006501-DA 8 PG V1 EN
Figure 19. Binary input/output (BIO) option
(Terminal X326, 329)
1MRK006501-CA 3 PG V1 EN
Figure 21. Communication module (COM)
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1MRK006501-CA 6 PG V1 EN
Figure 24. Transformer module (TRM)
1MRK006501-CA 4 PG V1 EN
Figure 22. Power supply module (PSM)
48-125V DC
1MRK006501-CA 7 PG V1 EN
Figure 25. Binary input/output (BIO) option
(Terminal X321, X324)
1MRK006501-CA 5 PG V1 EN
Figure 23. Power supply module (PSM) AC,
110-250V DC
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Figure 26. Binary input/output (BIO) option
(Terminal X326, X329)
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1MRK006501-CA 10 PG V1 EN
Figure 28. Binary input/output (BIO) option
(X336, X339)
Connection diagrams for REC650 A07
1MRK006501-CA 9 PG V1 EN
Figure 27. Binary input/output (BIO) option
(Terminal X331, X334)
1MRK006501-BA 3 PG V1 EN
Figure 29. Communication module (COM)
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1MRK006501-BA 6 PG V1 EN
Figure 32. Transformer module (TRM)
1MRK006501-BA 4 PG V1 EN
Figure 30. Power supply module (PSM)
48-125V DC
1MRK006501-BA 7 PG V1 EN
Figure 33. Binary input/output (BIO) option
(Terminal X321, X324)
1MRK006501-BA 5 PG V1 EN
Figure 31. Power supply module (PSM) AC,
110-250V DC
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Figure 34. Binary input/output (BIO) option
(Terminal X326, X329)
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1MRK006501-BA 10 PG V1 EN
Figure 36. Binary input/output (BIO) option
(Terminal X336, X339)
1MRK006501-BA 9 PG V1 EN
Figure 35. Binary input/output (BIO) option
(Terminal X331, X334)
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17. Technical data
General
Definitions
Reference
value
The specified value of an influencing factor to which are referred the
characteristics of the equipment
Nominal
range
The range of values of an influencing quantity (factor) within which, under
specified conditions, the equipment meets the specified requirements
Operative
range
The range of values of a given energizing quantity for which the equipment,
under specified conditions, is able to perform its intended functions
according to the specified requirements
Energizing quantities, rated values
and limits
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Analog inputs
Table 2. Energizing inputs
Description
Value
Rated frequency
50/60 Hz
Operating range
Rated frequency ± 5 Hz
Current inputs
Rated current, In
0.1/0.5 A1)
1/5 A2)
• Continuously
4A
20 A
• For 1 s
100 A
500 A
• For 10 s
25 A
100 A
• Half-wave value
250 A
1250 A
Input impedance
<100 mΩ
<10 mΩ
Rated voltage
100 V/ 110 V/ 115 V/ 120 V (Parametrization)
Thermal withstand
capability:
Dynamic current
withstand:
Voltage inputs
Voltage withstand:
• Continuous
2 x Un (240 V)
• For 10 s
3 x Un (360 V)
Burden at rated voltage
<0.05 VA
1) Residual current
2) Phase currents or residual current
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Auxiliary DC voltage
Table 3. Power supply
Description
Type 1
Type 2
Uauxnominal
100, 110, 120, 220, 240 V
AC, 50 and 60 Hz
48, 60, 110, 125 V DC
110, 125, 220, 250 V DC
Uauxvariation
85...110% of Un (85...264 V
AC)
80...120% of Un (38.4...150 V
DC)
80...120% of Un (88...300 V
DC)
Maximum load of auxiliary
voltage supply
35 W
Ripple in the DC auxiliary
voltage
Max 15% of the DC value (at frequency of 100 Hz)
Maximum interruption time in
the auxiliary DC voltage
without resetting the IED
50 ms at Uaux
Binary inputs and outputs
Table 4. Binary inputs
Description
Value
Operating range
Maximum input voltage 300 V DC
Rated voltage
24...250 V DC
Current drain
1.6...1.8 mA
Power consumption/input
<0.3 W
Threshold voltage
15...221 V DC (parametrizable in the range in
steps of 1% of the rated voltage)
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Table 5. Signal output and IRF output
IRF relay change over - type signal output relay
Description
Value
Rated voltage
250 V AC/DC
Continuous contact carry
5A
Make and carry for 3.0 s
10 A
Make and carry 0.5 s
30 A
Breaking capacity when the control-circuit
time constant L/R<40 ms, at U< 48/110/220
V DC
≤0.5 A/≤0.1 A/≤0.04 A
Minimum contact load
100 mA at 24 V AC/DC
Table 6. Power output relays, with or without TCS function
Description
Value
Rated voltage
250 V AC/DC
Continuous contact carry
8A
Make and carry for 3.0 s
15 A
Make and carry for 0.5 s
30 A
Breaking capacity when the control-circuit
time constant L/R<40 ms, at U< 48/110/220
V DC
≤1 A/≤0.3 A/≤0.1 A
Minimum contact load
100 mA at 24 V AC/DC
Table 7. Power output relays with TCS function
Description
Value
Control voltage range
20...250 V DC
Current drain through the supervision circuit
~1.0 mA
Minimum voltage over the TCS contact
20 V DC
Table 8. Ethernet interfaces
Ethernet interface
Protocol
Cable
Data transfer rate
LAN/HMI port (X0)1)
-
CAT 6 S/FTP or better 100 MBits/s
LAN1 (X1)
TCP/IP protocol
Fibre-optic cable
with LC connector
100 MBits/s
1) Only available for the external HMI option.
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Table 9. Fibre-optic communication link
Wave length
Fibre type
Connector
Permitted path
attenuation1)
Distance
1300 nm
MM 62.5/125
μm glass
fibre core
LC
<8 dB
2 km
1) Maximum allowed attenuation caused by connectors and cable together
Table 10. X4/IRIG-B interface
Type
Protocol
Cable
Screw terminal, pin
row header
IRIG-B
Shielded twisted pair cable
Recommended: CAT 5, Belden RS-485 (98419844) or Alpha Wire (Alpha 6222-6230)
Table 11. Serial rear interface
Type
Counter connector
Serial port (X9)
Optical serial port, snap-in (not in use)
Influencing factors
Table 12. Degree of protection of flush-mounted IED
Description
Value
Front side
IP 40
Rear side, connection terminals
IP 20
Table 13. Degree of protection of the LHMI
Description
Value
Front and side
IP 42
40
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Table 14. Environmental conditions
Description
Value
Operating temperature range
-25...+55ºC (continuous)
Short-time service temperature range
-40...+85ºC (<16h)
Note: Degradation in MTBF and HMI
performance outside the temperature range
of -25...+55ºC
Relative humidity
<93%, non-condensing
Atmospheric pressure
86...106 kPa
Altitude
up to 2000 m
Transport and storage temperature range
-40...+85ºC
Table 15. Environmental tests
Description
ABB
Type test value
Reference
Dry heat test (humidity <50%) • 96 h at +55ºC
• 16 h at +85ºC
IEC 60068-2-2
Cold test
• 96 h at -25ºC
• 16 h at -40ºC
IEC 60068-2-1
Damp heat test, cyclic
• 6 cycles at +25…55°C,
humidity 93…95%
IEC 60068-2-30
Storage test
• 96 h at -40ºC
• 96 h at +85ºC
IEC 60068-2-48
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Type tests according to standards
Table 16. Electromagnetic compatibility tests
Description
Type test value
100 kHz and 1 MHz burst
disturbance test
Reference
IEC 61000-4-18
IEC 60255-22-1, level 3
• Common mode
2.5 kV
• Differential mode
1.0 kV
Electrostatic discharge test
IEC 61000-4-2
IEC 60255-22-2, level 4
• Contact discharge
8 kV
• Air discharge
15 kV
Radio frequency interference
tests
• Conducted, common mode
OK
10 V (emf), f=150 kHz...80
MHz
IEC 61000-4-6
IEC 60255-22-6, level 3
• Radiated, amplitudemodulated
20 V/m (rms), f=80...1000
MHz and f=1.4...2.7 GHz
IEC 61000-4-3
IEC 60255-22-3
Fast transient disturbance
tests
IEC 61000-4-4
IEC 60255-22-4, class A
• Communication
2 kV
• Other ports
4 kV
Surge immunity test
IEC 61000-4-5
IEC 60255-22-5, level 4/3
• Binary inputs
2 kV line-to-earth, 1kV line-toline
• Communication
1 kV line-to-earth
• Other ports
4 kV line-to-earth, 2 kV lineto-line
Power frequency (50 Hz)
magnetic field
IEC 61000-4-8, level 5
•3s
1000 A/m
• Continuous
100 A/m
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Table 16. Electromagnetic compatibility tests, continued
Description
Power frequency immunity
test
• Common mode
Type test value
Reference
300 V rms
IEC 60255-22-7, class A
IEC 61000-4-16
150 V rms
• Differential mode
Voltage dips and short
interruptions
Dips:
40%/200 ms
70%/500 ms
Interruptions:
0-50 ms: No restart
0...∞ s : Correct behaviour at
power down
Electromagnetic emission
tests
IEC 60255-11
IEC 61000-4-11
EN 55011, class A
IEC 60255-25
• Conducted, RF-emission
(mains terminal) OK
0.15...0.50 MHz
< 79 dB(µV) quasi peak
< 66 dB(µV) average
0.5...30 MHz
< 73 dB(µV) quasi peak
< 60 dB(µV) average
• Radiated RF -emission
ABB
0...230 MHz
< 40 dB(µV/m) quasi peak,
measured at 10 m distance
230...1000 MHz
< 47 dB(µV/m) quasi peak,
measured at 10 m distance
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Table 17. Insulation tests
Description
Type test value
Dielectric tests:
• Test voltage
IEC 60255-5
2 kV, 50 Hz, 1 min
1 kV, 50 Hz, 1min,
communication
Impulse voltage test:
• Test voltage
IEC 60255-5
5 kV, unipolar impulses,
waveform 1.2/50 μs, source
energy 0.5 J
1 kV, unipolar impulses,
waveform 1.2/50 μs, source
energy 0.5 J, communication
Insulation resistance
measurements
• Isolation resistance
IEC 60255-5
>100 MΏ, 500 V DC
Protective bonding resistance
• Resistance
Reference
IEC 60255-27
<0.1 Ώ (60 s)
Table 18. Mechanical tests
Description
Reference
Requirement
Vibration response tests
(sinusoidal)
IEC 60255-21-1
Class 2
Vibration endurance test
IEC60255-21-1
Class 1
Shock response test
IEC 60255-21-2
Class 1
Shock withstand test
IEC 60255-21-2
Class 1
Bump test
IEC 60255-21-2
Class 1
Seismic test
IEC 60255-21-3
Class 2
Product safety
Table 19. Product safety
Description
Reference
LV directive
2006/95/EC
Standard
EN 60255-27 (2005)
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EMC compliance
Table 20. EMC compliance
Description
Reference
EMC directive
2004/108/EC
Standard
EN 50263 (2000)
EN 60255-26 (2007)
Current protection
Table 21. Instantaneous phase overcurrent protection PHPIOC
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate current
(5-2500)% of lBase
± 1.0% of Ir at I £ Ir
± 1.0% of I at I > Ir
ABB
Reset ratio
> 95%
-
Operate time
20 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Iset
-
Reset time
25 ms typically at 2 to 0 x Iset
-
Critical impulse time
10 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Iset
-
Operate time
10 ms typically at 0 to 10 x Iset
-
Reset time
35 ms typically at 10 to 0 x Iset
-
Critical impulse time
2 ms typically at 0 to 10 x Iset
-
Dynamic overreach
< 5% at t = 100 ms
-
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Table 22. Four step phase overcurrent protection OC4PTOC
Function
Setting range
Accuracy
Operate current
(5-2500)% of lBase
± 1.0% of Ir at I £ Ir
± 1.0% of I at I > Ir
Reset ratio
> 95%
-
Min. operating current
(1-100)% of lBase
± 1.0% of Ir
Independent time delay
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Minimum operate time
for inverse characteristics
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Inverse characteristics,
see table 65, table 66 and
table 67
17 curve types
See table 65, table 66 and
table 67
Operate time,
nondirectionalstart
function
20 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Iset
-
Reset time, nondirectional 25 ms typically at 2 to 0 x Iset
start function
-
Operate time, directional
start function
30 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Iset
-
Reset time, directional
start funciton
25 ms typically at 2 to 0 x Iset
-
Critical impulse time
10 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Iset
-
Impulse margin time
15 ms typically
-
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Table 23. Instantaneous residual overcurrent protection EFPIOC
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate current
(1-2500)% of lBase
± 1.0% of Ir at I £ Ir
± 1.0% of I at I > Ir
ABB
Reset ratio
> 95%
-
Operate time
20 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Iset
-
Reset time
30 ms typically at 2 to 0 x Iset
-
Critical impulse time
10 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Iset
-
Operate time
10 ms typically at 0 to 10 x Iset
-
Reset time
40 ms typically at 10 to 0 x Iset
-
Critical impulse time
2 ms typically at 0 to 10 x Iset
-
Dynamic overreach
< 5% at t = 100 ms
-
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Table 24. Four step residual overcurrent protection EF4PTOC
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate current
(1-2500)% of lBase
± 1.0% of Ir at I £ Ir
± 1.0% of I at I > Ir
Reset ratio
> 95%
-
Operate current for
directional comparison
(1–100)% of lBase
± 1.0% of Ir
Timers
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Inverse characteristics,
see table 65, table 66 and
table 67
17 curve types
See table 65, table 66 and
table 67
Second harmonic restrain
operation
(5–100)% of fundamental
± 2.0% of Ir
Relay characteristic angle
(-180 to 180) degrees
± 2.0 degrees
Minimum polarizing
voltage
(1–100)% of UBase
± 0.5% of Ur
Minimum polarizing
current
(2-100)% of IBase
±1.0% of Ir
Real part of source Z
used for current
polarization
(0.50-1000.00) W/phase
-
Imaginary part of source
Z used for current
polarization
(0.50–3000.00) W/phase
-
Operate time, start
function
30 ms typically at 0.5 to 2 x Iset
-
Reset time, start function
30 ms typically at 2 to x Iset
-
Critical impulse time
10 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Iset
-
Impulse margin time
15 ms typically
-
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Table 25. Sensitive directional residual overcurrent and power protection SDEPSDE
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate level for 3I0·cosj
directional residual
overcurrent
(0.25-200.00)% of lBase
± 1.0% of Ir at I £ Ir
Operate level for 3I0·3U0
· cosj directional residual
power
Operate level for 3I0 and
j residual overcurrent
Operate level for non
directional overcurrent
At low setting:
(2.5-10) mA
(10-50) mA
(0.25-200.00)% of SBase
At low setting:
(0.25-5.00)% of SBase
(0.25-200.00)% of lBase
At low setting:
(2.5-10) mA
(10-50) mA
(1.00-400.00)% of lBase
At low setting:
(10-50) mA
Operate level for non
directional residual
overvoltage
(1.00-200.00)% of UBase
Residual release current
for all directional modes
(0.25-200.00)% of lBase
±0.5 mA
±1.0 mA
± 1.0% of Sr at S £ Sr
± 1.0% of S at S > Sr
± 10% of set value
± 1.0% of Ir at £ Ir
± 1.0% of I at I > Ir
±0.5 mA
±1.0 mA
± 1.0% of Ir at I £ Ir
± 1.0% of I at I > Ir
± 1.0 mA
± 0.5% of Ur at U£Ur
± 0.5% of U at U > Ur
At low setting:
(2.5-10) mA
(10-50) mA
ABB
± 1.0% of I at I > Ir
± 1.0% of Ir at I £ Ir
± 1.0% of I at I > Ir
±0.5 mA
± 1.0 mA
± 0.5% of Ur at U£Ur
Residual release voltage
for all directional modes
(1.00 - 300.00)% of UBase
Reset ratio
> 95%
-
Timers
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Inverse characteristics,
see table 65, table 66 and
table 67
17 curve types
See table 65, table 66 and
table 67
Relay characteristic angle
RCA
(-179 to 180) degrees
± 2.0 degrees
Relay open angle ROA
(0-90) degrees
± 2.0 degrees
± 0.5% of U at > Ur
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Table 25. Sensitive directional residual overcurrent and power protection SDEPSDE,
continued
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate time, non
directional residual over
current
35 ms typically at 0.5 to 2 ·Iset
-
Reset time, non directinal
residual over current
40 ms typically at 1.2 to 0 ·Iset
-
Operate time,
nondirectional residual
overvoltage
150 ms typically at 0.8 to 1.5 ·Uset
-
Reset time,
nondirectional residual
overvoltage
60 ms typically at 1.2 to 0.8 ·Uset
-
Table 26. Thermal overload protection, one time constant LPTTR
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Reference current
(0-400)% of IBase
± 1.0% of Ir
Start temperature
reference
(0-400)°C
± 1.0°C
Operate time:
Time constant t = (0–
1000) minutes
IEC 60255-8, class 5 + 200 ms
Alarm temperature
(0-200)°C
± 2.0% of heat content trip
Trip temperature
(0-600)°C
± 2.0% of heat content trip
Reset level temperature
(0-600)°C
± 2.0% of heat content trip
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ö
÷
÷
ø
(Equation 1)
I = actual measured
current
Ip = load current before
overload occurs
Ib = base current, IBase
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Table 27. Breaker failure protection CCRBRF
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate phase current
(5-200)% of lBase
± 1.0% of Ir at I £ Ir
± 1.0% of I at I > Ir
Reset ratio, phase current
> 95%
-
Operate residual current
(2-200)% of lBase
± 1.0% of Ir at I £ Ir
± 1.0% of I at I > Ir
Reset ratio, residual current
> 95%
-
Phase current level for
blocking of contact function
(5-200)% of lBase
± 1.0% of Ir at I £ Ir
Reset ratio
> 95%
-
Timers
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Operate time for current
detection
10 ms typically
-
Reset time for current
detection
15 ms maximum
-
± 1.0% of I at I > Ir
Table 28. Stub protection STBPTOC
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operating current
(1-2500)% of IBase
± 1.0% of Ir at I £ Ir
± 1.0% of I at I > Ir
ABB
Reset ratio
> 95%
-
Operating time
20 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Iset
-
Resetting time
25 ms typically at 2 to 0 x Iset
-
Critical impulse time
10 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Iset
-
Impulse margin time
15 ms typically
-
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Table 29. Pole discordance protection CCRPLD
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate value, current
unsymmetry level
(0-100) %
± 1.0% of Ir
Reset ratio
>95%
-
Operate current, current
release level
(0–100)% of IBase
± 1.0% of Ir
Time delay
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Table 30. Broken conductor check BRCPTOC
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Minimum phase current
for operation
(5–100)% of IBase
± 1.0% of Ir
Unbalance current
operation
(50-90)% of maximum
current
± 1.0% of Ir
Timer
(0.00-6000.00) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Operate time for start
function
25 ms typically
-
Reset time for start
function
15 ms typically
-
Critical impulse time
15 ms typically
-
Impulse margin time
10 ms typically
-
Table 31. Directional over/underpower protection GOPPDOP/GUPPDUP
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Power level
(0.0–500.0)% of Sbase
± 1.0% of Sr at S < Sr
± 1.0% of S at S > Sr
At low setting:
(0.5-2.0)% of Sbase
(2.0-10)% of Sbase
< ±50% of set value
< ± 20% of set value
Characteristic angle
(-180.0–180.0) degrees
2 degrees
Timers
(0.010 - 6000.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
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Table 32. Negative sequence based overcurrent function DNSPTOC
ABB
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate current
(2.0 - 5000.0) % of IBase
± 1.0% of Ir at I <Ir
± 1.0% of I at I > Ir
Reset ratio
> 95 %
-
Low voltage level for memory (0.0 - 5.0) % of UBase
< ± 0,5% of Ur
Relay characteristic angle
(-180 - 180) degrees
± 2,0 degrees
Relay operate angle
(1 - 90) degrees
± 2,0 degrees
Timers
(0.00 - 6000.00) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Operate time, nondirectional
25 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Iset 15 ms typically at 0 to 10 x Iset
Reset time, nondirectional
30 ms typically at 2 to 0 x Iset -
Operate time, directional
25 ms typically at 0.5 to 2 x
Iset
15 ms typically at 0 to 10 x Iset
Reset time, directional
30 ms typically at 2 to 0 x Iset -
Critical impulse time
10 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Iset 2 ms typically at 0 to 10 x Iset
Impulse margin time
15 ms typically
-
Dynamic overreach
< 10% at t = 300 ms
-
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Voltage protection
Table 33. Two step undervoltage protection UV2PTUV
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate voltage, low and
high step
(1–100)% of UBase
± 0.5% of Ur
Reset ratio
<105%
-
Inverse time characteristics
for low and high step, see
table 68
-
See table 68
Definite time delay, step 1
(0.00 - 6000.00) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Definite time delays, step 2
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ±10 ms
Minimum operate time,
inverse characteristics
(0.000–60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Operate time, start function
20 ms typically at 2 to 0.5 x Uset
-
Reset time, start function
25 ms typically at 0.5 to 2 x Uset
-
Critical impulse time
10 ms typically at 2 to 0 x Uset
-
Impulse margin time
15 ms typically
-
Table 34. Two step overvoltage protection OV2PTOV
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate voltage, low and
high step
(1-200)% of Ubase
± 0.5% of Ur at U < Ur
± 0.5% of U at U > Ur
Reset ratio
>95%
-
Inverse time characteristics
for low and high step, see
table 69
-
See table 69
Definite time delay, step 1
(0.00 - 6000.00) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Definite time delays, step 2
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Minimum operate time,
Inverse characteristics
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Operate time, start function
20 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Uset
-
Reset time, start function
25 ms typically at 2 to 0 x Uset
-
Critical impulse time
10 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Uset
-
Impulse margin time
15 ms typically
-
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Table 35. Two step residual overvoltage protection ROV2PTOV
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate voltage, step 1
(1-200)% of Ubase
± 0.5% of Ur at U < Ur
± 0.5% of U at U > Ur
Operate voltage, step 2
(1–100)% of Ubase
± 0.5% of Ur at U < Ur
± % of U at U > Ur
Reset ratio
>95%
-
Inverse time characteristics
for low and high step, see
table 70
-
See table 70
Definite time setting, step 1
(0.00–6000.00) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Definite time setting, step 2
(0.000–60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Minimum operate time for
step 1 inverse characteristic
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Operate time, start function
20 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Uset
-
Reset time, start function
25 ms typically at 2 to 0 x Uset
-
Critical impulse time
10 ms typically at 0 to 2 x Uset
-
Impulse margin time
15 ms typically
-
Table 36. Loss of voltage check LOVPTUV
ABB
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate voltage
(0–100)% of Ubase
± 0.5% of Ur
Reset ratio
<105%
-
Pulse timer
(0.050–60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Timers
(0.000–60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
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Frequency protection
Table 37. Under frequency protection SAPTUF
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate value, start function
(35.00-75.00) Hz
± 2.0 mHz
Operate value, restore frequency
(45 - 65) Hz
± 2.0 mHz
Operate time, start function
200 ms typically at fr to
0.99 x fset
-
Reset time, start function
50 ms typically at 1.01 x
fset to fr
-
Timers
(0.000-60.000)s
± 0.5% + 10 ms
Table 38. Over frequency protection SAPTOF
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate value, start function
(35.00-75.00) Hz
± 2.0 mHz at symmetrical
three-phase voltage
Operate time, start function
200 ms typically at fr to
1.01 x fset
-
Reset time, start function
50 ms typically at 1.01 x
fset to fr
-
Timer
(0.000-60.000)s
± 0.5% + 10 ms
Table 39. Rate-of-change frequency protection SAPFRC
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate value, start function
(-10.00-10.00) Hz/s
± 10.0 mHz/s
Operate value, restore enable
frequency
(45.00 - 65.00) Hz
Timers
(0.000 - 60.000) s
± 0.5% + 10 ms
Operate time, start function
100 ms typically
-
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Secondary system supervision
Table 40. Current circuit supervision CCSRDIF
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate current
(5-200)% of Ir
± 10.0% of Ir at I £ Ir
± 10.0% of I at I > Ir
Block current
(5-500)% of Ir
± 5.0% of Ir at I £ Ir
± 5.0% of I at I > Ir
Table 41. Fuse failure supervision SDDRFUF
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate voltage, zero sequence
(1-100)% of UBase
± 0.5% of Ur
Operate current, zero sequence
(1–100)% of IBase
± 1.0% of Ir
Operate voltage, negative
sequence
(1–100)% of UBase
± 0.5% of Ur
Operate current, negative
sequence
(1–100)% of IBase
± 1.0% of Ir
Operate voltage change level
(1–100)% of UBase
± 5.0% of Ur
Operate current change level
(1–100)% of IBase
± 5.0% of Ir
Table 42. Breaker close/trip circuit monitoring TCSSCBR
ABB
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operate time delay
(0.020 - 300.000)s
± 0,5% ± 10ms
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Control
Table 43. Synchronizing, synchrocheck check and energizing check SESRSYN
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Phase shift, jline - jbus
(-180 to 180) degrees
-
Voltage ratio, Ubus/Uline
0.20-5.00
-
Frequency difference limit between
bus and line
(0.003-1.000) Hz
± 2.0 mHz
Phase angle difference limit
between bus and line
(5.0-90.0) degrees
± 2.0 degrees
Voltage difference limit between
bus and line
(2.0-50.0)% of Ubase
± 0.5% of Ur
Time delay output for synchrocheck (0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Time delay for energizing check
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Operate time for synchrocheck
function
160 ms typically
-
Operate time for energizing function 80 ms typically
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Table 44. Autorecloser SMBRREC
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Number of autoreclosing shots
1-5
-
Autoreclosing open time:
shot 1 - t1 3Ph
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
shot
shot
shot
shot
2
3
4
5
-
t2
t3
t4
t5
3Ph
3Ph
3Ph
3Ph
(0.00-6000.00) s
Autorecloser maximum wait time for sync
(0.00-6000.00) s
Maximum trip pulse duration
(0.000-60.000) s
Inhibit reset time
(0.000-60.000) s
Reclaim time
(0.00-6000.00) s
Minimum time CB must be closed before AR
becomes ready for autoreclosing cycle
(0.00-6000.00) s
CB check time before unsuccessful
(0.00-6000.00) s
Wait for master release
(0.00-6000.00) s
Wait time after close command before
proceeding to next shot
(0.000-60.000) s
Logic
Table 45. Tripping logic SMPPTRC
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Trip action
3-ph
-
Minimum trip pulse length (0.000-60.000) s
ABB
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
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Table 46. Configurable logic blocks
Logic block
Quantity with
cycle time
Range or value
Accuracy
5 ms
20
ms
100
ms
LogicAND
60
60
160
-
-
LogicOR
60
60
160
-
-
LogicXOR
10
10
20
-
-
LogicInverter
30
30
80
-
-
LogicSRMemory
10
10
20
-
-
LogicGate
10
10
20
-
-
LogicPulseTimer
10
10
20
(0.000–90000.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
LogicTimerSet
10
10
20
(0.000–90000.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
LogicLoopDelay
10
10
20
Table 47. Configurable logic Q/T
Logic block
Quantity with cycle
time
Range or
value
Accuracy
20 ms
100 ms
LogicAND
20
100
-
-
LogicOR
20
100
-
-
LogicXOR
10
30
-
-
LogicInverter
20
100
-
-
LogicRSMemoryQT
10
30
-
-
LogicSRMemory
15
10
-
-
LogicPulseTimer
10
30
(0.000–
90000.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
LogicTimerSet
10
30
(0.000–
90000.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
INVALIDQT
6
6
-
-
INDCOMBSPQT
10
10
-
-
INDCOMBSPQT
10
10
-
-
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Monitoring
Table 48. Measurements CVMMXN
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Frequency
(0.95-1.05) × fr
± 2.0 mHz
Voltage
(0.1-1.5) ×Ur
± 0.5% of Ur at U£Ur
± 0.5% of U at U > Ur
Connected current
(0.2-4.0) × Ir
± 0.5% of Ir at I £ Ir
± 0.5% of I at I > Ir
Active power, P
0.1 x Ur< U < 1.5 x Ur
0.2 x Ir < I < 4.0 x Ir
± 1.0% of Sr at S ≤ Sr
± 1.0% of S at S > Sr
Reactive power, Q
0.1 x Ur< U < 1.5 x Ur
0.2 x Ir < I < 4.0 x Ir
± 1.0% of Sr at S ≤ Sr
± 1.0% of S at S > Sr
Apparent power, S
0.1 x Ur < U < 1.5 x Ur
0.2 x Ir< I < 4.0 x Ir
± 0.5% of Sr at S ≤ Sr
± 0.5% of S at S > Sr
Power factor, cos (φ)
0.1 x Ur < U < 1.5 x Ur
0.2 x Ir< I < 4.0 x Ir
± 0.02
Table 49. Event counter CNTGGIO
ABB
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Counter value
0-10000
-
Max. count up speed
10 pulses/s
-
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Table 50. Disturbance report DRPRDRE
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Current recording
-
± 1,0% of Ir at I ≤ Ir
± 1,0% of I at I > Ir
Voltage recording
-
± 1,0% of Ur at U ≤
Ur
± 1,0% of U at U >
Ur
Pre-fault time
(0.05–3.00) s
-
Post-fault time
(0.1–10.0) s
-
Limit time
(0.5–8.0) s
-
Maximum number of recordings
100
-
Time tagging resolution
1 ms
See time
synchronization
technical data
Maximum number of analog inputs
30 + 10 (external +
internally derived)
-
Maximum number of binary inputs
96
-
Maximum number of phasors in the Trip
Value recorder per recording
30
-
Maximum number of indications in a
disturbance report
96
-
Maximum number of events in the Event
recording per recording
150
-
Maximum number of events in the Event
list
1000, first in - first out
-
Maximum total recording time (3.4 s
recording time and maximum number of
channels, typical value)
340 seconds (100
recordings) at 50 Hz, 280
seconds (80 recordings)
at 60 Hz
-
Sampling rate
1 kHz at 50 Hz
1.2 kHz at 60 Hz
-
Recording bandwidth
(5-300) Hz
-
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Table 51. Event list DRPRDRE
Function
Buffer capacity
Value
Maximum number of events in
the list
1000
Resolution
1 ms
Accuracy
Depending on time
synchronizing
Table 52. Indications DRPRDRE
Function
Buffer capacity
Value
Maximum number of indications presented
for single disturbance
96
Maximum number of recorded disturbances
100
Table 53. Event recorder DRPRDRE
Function
Buffer capacity
Value
Maximum number of events in disturbance report 150
Maximum number of disturbance reports
100
Resolution
1 ms
Accuracy
Depending on
time
synchronizing
Table 54. Trip value recorder DRPRDRE
Function
Buffer capacity
ABB
Value
Maximum number of analog inputs
30
Maximum number of disturbance reports
100
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Table 55. Disturbance recorder DRPRDRE
Function
Buffer capacity
Value
Maximum number of analog inputs
40
Maximum number of binary inputs
96
Maximum number of disturbance reports 100
Maximum total recording time (3.4 s recording time and
maximum number of channels, typical value)
340 seconds (100 recordings)
at 50 Hz
280 seconds (80 recordings) at
60 Hz
Table 56. Station battery supervision SPVNZBAT
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Lower limit for the battery
terminal voltage
(60-140) % of Ubat
± 0,5% of set battery voltage
Reset ratio, lower limit
<105 %
-
Upper limit for the battery
terminal voltage
(60-140) % of Ubat
± 0,5% of set battery voltage
Reset ratio, upper limit
>95 %
-
Timers
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Table 57. Insulation gas monitoring function SSIMG
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Pressure alarm
0.00-25.00
-
Pressure lockout
0.00-25.00
-
Temperature alarm
-40.00-200.00
-
Temperature lockout
-40.00-200.00
-
Timers
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
Table 58. Insulation liquid monitoring function SSIML
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Alarm, oil level
0.00-25.00
-
Oil level lockout
0.00-25.00
-
Temperature alarm
-40.00-200.00
-
Temperature lockout
-40.00-200.00
-
Timers
(0.000-60.000) s
± 0.5% ± 10 ms
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Table 59. Circuit breaker condition monitoring SSCBR
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
RMS current setting below
which energy accumulation
stops
(5.00-500.00) A
± 1.0% of Ir at I≤Ir
± 1.0% of I at I>Ir
Alarm level for accumulated
energy
0.00-20000.00
< ± 5.0% of set value
Lockout limit for
accumulated energy
0.00-20000.00
< ± 5.0% of set value
Alarm levels for open and
close travel time
(0-200) ms
± 0.5% ± 10ms
Setting of alarm for spring
charging time
(0.00-60.00) s
± 0.5% ± 10ms
Time delay for gas pressure
alarm
(0.00-60.00) s
± 0.5% ± 10ms
Time delay for gas pressure
lockout
(0.00-60.00) s
± 0.5% ± 10ms
Metering
Table 60. Pulse counter PCGGIO
Function
Setting range
Accuracy
Cycle time for report of
counter value
(1–3600) s
-
Table 61. Function for energy calculation and demand handling ETPMMTR
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Energy metering
kWh Export/Import,
kvarh Export/Import
Input from MMXU. No extra error
at steady load
Hardware
IED
Table 62. Degree of protection of flush-mounted IED
ABB
Description
Value
Front side
IP 40
Rear side, connection terminals
IP 20
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Table 63. Degree of protection of the LHMI
Description
Value
Front and side
IP 42
Dimensions
Table 64. Dimensions
Description
Type
Value
Width
half 19"
220 mm
Height
half 19"
Depth
half 19"
249.5 mm
Weight
half 19" box
<10 kg (6U)
half 19" LHMI
1.3 kg (6U)
Inverse time characteristics
Table 65. ANSI Inverse time characteristics
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operating characteristic:
k = 0.05-999 in steps of 0.01 unless
otherwise stated
-
ANSI Extremely Inverse
A=28.2, B=0.1217, P=2.0
ANSI Very inverse
A=19.61, B=0.491, P=2.0
ANSI/IEEE C37.112,
class 5 + 40 ms
ANSI Normal Inverse
A=0.0086, B=0.0185, P=0.02, tr=0.46
ANSI Moderately Inverse
A=0.0515, B=0.1140, P=0.02
ANSI Long Time Extremely
Inverse
A=64.07, B=0.250, P=2.0
ANSI Long Time Very Inverse
A=28.55, B=0.712, P=2.0
ANSI Long Time Inverse
k=(0.01-1.20) in steps of 0.01
A=0.086, B=0.185, P=0.02
t =
æ A
ç P
ç ( I - 1)
è
ö
÷
ø
+ B÷ × k
EQUATION1249-SMALL V1 EN
(Equation 2)
I = Imeasured/Iset
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Table 66. IEC Inverse time characteristics
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Operating characteristic:
k = (0.05-1.10) in steps of 0.01
-
IEC Normal Inverse
A=0.14, P=0.02
IEC Very inverse
A=13.5, P=1.0
IEC 60255-3, class 5
+ 40 ms
IEC Inverse
A=0.14, P=0.02
IEC Extremely inverse
A=80.0, P=2.0
IEC Short time inverse
A=0.05, P=0.04
IEC Long time inverse
A=120, P=1.0
t =
æ A ö
ç P
÷×k
ç ( I - 1) ÷
è
ø
(Equation 3)
EQUATION1251-SMALL V1 EN
I = Imeasured/Iset
Table 67. RI and RD type inverse time characteristics
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
RI type inverse characteristic
k=(0.05-999) in steps of 0.01
IEC 60255-3, class 5
+ 40 ms
k=(0.05-1.10) in steps of 0.01
IEC 60255-3, class 5
+ 40 ms
1
t =
0.339 -
×k
0.236
I
(Equation 4)
EQUATION1137-SMALL V1 EN
I = Imeasured/Iset
RD type logarithmic inverse
characteristic
æ
è
t = 5.8 - ç 1.35 × In
EQUATION1138-SMALL V1 EN
ö
÷
kø
I
(Equation 5)
I = Imeasured/Iset
ABB
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Table 68. Inverse time characteristics for Two step undervoltage protection UV2PTUV
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Type A curve:
k = (0.05-1.10) in steps of
0.01
Class 5 +40 ms
t =
k
æ U < -U
ö
ç
÷
è U< ø
(Equation 6)
EQUATION1431-SMALL V1 EN
U< = Uset
U = UVmeasured
Type B curve:
t =
k = (0.05-1.10) in steps of
0.01
k × 480
æ 32 × U < -U - 0.5 ö
ç
÷
U <
è
ø
EQUATION1432-SMALL V1 EN
2.0
+ 0.055
(Equation 7)
U< = Uset
U = Umeasured
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Table 69. Inverse time characteristics for Two step overvoltage protection OV2PTOV
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Type A curve:
k = (0.05-1.10) in steps of
0.01
Class 5 +40 ms
t =
k
æU -U >ö
ç
÷
è U> ø
(Equation 8)
EQUATION1436-SMALL V1 EN
U> = Uset
U = Umeasured
Type B curve:
t =
k = (0.05-1.10) in steps of
0.01
k × 480
æ 32 × U - U > - 0.5 ö
ç
÷
U >
è
ø
2.0
- 0.035
(Equation 9)
EQUATION1437-SMALL V1 EN
Type C curve:
t =
k × 480
æ 32 × U - U > - 0.5 ö
ç
÷
U >
è
ø
EQUATION1438-SMALL V1 EN
ABB
k = (0.05-1.10) in steps of
0.01
3.0
- 0.035
(Equation 10)
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Table 70. Inverse time characteristics for Two step residual overvoltage protection
ROV2PTOV
Function
Range or value
Accuracy
Type A curve:
k = (0.05-1.10) in
steps of 0.01
Class 5 +40 ms
t =
k
æU -U >ö
ç
è
U >
÷
ø
(Equation 11)
EQUATION1436-SMALL V1 EN
U> = Uset
U = Umeasured
Type B curve:
t =
k = (0.05-1.10) in
steps of 0.01
k × 480
æ 32 × U - U > - 0.5 ö
ç
÷
U >
è
ø
2.0
- 0.035
(Equation 12)
EQUATION1437-SMALL V1 EN
Type C curve:
t =
k × 480
æ 32 × U - U > - 0.5 ö
ç
÷
U >
è
ø
EQUATION1438-SMALL V1 EN
70
k = (0.05-1.10) in
steps of 0.01
3.0
- 0.035
(Equation 13)
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Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
18. Ordering
Guidelines
Carefully read and follow the set of rules to ensure problem-free order management.
Please refer to the available functions table for included application functions.
To obtain the complete ordering code, please combine code from the tables, as given in the example below.
Exemple code: REC650*1.0-A01X00-X00-B1A5-A-A-SA-A-RA3-AAAA-A. Using the code of each position #1-11
specified as REC650*1-2 2-3-4 4-5-6-7 7-8-9 9-10 10 10 10-11
#
1
- 3
- 4
- 5
-
-
-
-
6
- 7
- 8
- 9
- 10
- 1
1
-
-
-
-
-
Position
REC650*
- 2
SOFTWARE
#1
Notes and Rules
Version number
1.0
Version no
Selection for position #1.
Configuration alternatives
#2
Single breaker for single busbar
A01
Single breaker for double busbar
A02
Bus coupler for double busbar
A07
Notes and Rules
ACT configuration
ABB standard configuration
X00
Selection for position #2.
Software options
#3
No option
Notes and Rules
X00
Selection for postition #3
First HMI language
English IEC
#4
Notes and Rules
B1
Selection for position #4.
Additional HMI language
#4
No second HMI language
X0
Chinese
A5
Selection for position #4.
ABB
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Casing
#5
Rack casing, 6 U 1/2 x 19"
Notes and Rules
A
Selection for position #5.
Mounting details with IP40 of protection
from the front
#6
No mounting kit included
X
Rack mounting kit for 6 U 1/2 x 19"
A
Wall mounting kit for 6U 1/2 x 19"
D
Flush mounting kit for 6U 1/2 x 19"
E
Rear wall mounting kit 6U 1/2 x 19"
G
Notes and Rules
Selection for position #6.
Connection type for Power supply, Input/
output and Communication modules
#7
Compression terminals
S
Ringlug terminals
R
Notes and Rules
pPSM
Power supply
Slot position:
100-240V AC, 110-250V DC, 9BO
A
48-125V DC, 9BO
B
Selection for position #7.
Human machine interface
Local human machine interface, OL3000, IEC
6U 1/2 x 19", Basic
#8
Notes and Rules
A
Detached LHMI
No detached mounting of LHMI
X0
Detached mounting of LHMI incl. ethernet cable, 1m
B1
Detached mounting of LHMI incl. ethernet cable, 2m
B2
Detached mounting of LHMI incl. ethernet cable, 3m
B3
Detached mounting of LHMI incl. ethernet cable, 4m
B4
Detached mounting of LHMI incl. ethernet cable, 5m
B5
Selection for position #8.
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Connection type for Analog modules
#9
Compression terminals
S
Ringlug terminals
R
Notes and Rules
Slot position:
p2
Analog system
Transformer module, 6I + 4U 1/5A, 100/220V
A1
Only for A07
Transformer module, 4I, 1/5A+1I, 0.1/0.5A+5U,
100/220V
A3
Only for A01 and A02
Selection for position #9.
Notes and Rules
p6
p5
Slot position (rear view)
p4
#10
p3
Binary input/output module
Available slots in 1/2 case
No board in slot
X
Binary input/output module 9 BI, 3 NO
Trip, 5 NO Signal, 1 CO Signal
Selection for position #10.
A
A
A
A
A
A
A in slot P6 mandatory in A02 and A07
#11 Notes and Rules
pCOM
Communication and processing module
A
Slot position (rear view)
14BI, IRIG-B, Ethernet, LC optical
D
Selection for position #11.
Accessories
Rack mounting kit for dual 6U 1/2 x 19"
Quantity:
1KHL400240R0001
Front connection cable between LCD-HMI and PC
Quantity:
1MRK 001 665-CA
LED Label special paper A4, 1 pc
Quantity:
1MRK 002 038-CA
LED Label special paper Letter, 1 pc
Quantity:
1MRK 002 038-DA
Configuration and monitoring tools
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Manuals
Note: One (1) IED Connect CD containing user documentation (Operation manual, Technical manual,
Installation manual, Commissioning manual, Application manual, Communication protocol manual,
DNP, Communication protocol manual, IEC61850, Type test certificate, Engineering manual and Point
list manual, DNP3, Connectivity packages and LED label template is always included for each IED.
Rule: Specify additional quantity of IED Connect CD requested
User documentation
Quantity:
1MRK 003 500-AA
Rule: Specify the number of printed manuals requested
Operation manual
IEC
Quantity:
1MRK 500 088-UEN
Technical manual
IEC
Quantity:
1MRK 511 204-UEN
Commissioning manual
IEC
Quantity:
1MRK 511 209-UEN
Application manual
IEC
Quantity:
1MRK 511 203-UEN
Communication protocol manual, DNP3
Quantity:
1MRK 511 224-UEN
Communication protocol manual, IEC 61850
Quantity:
1MRK 511 205-UEN
Engineering manual
Quantity:
1MRK 511 206-UEN
Installation manual
Quantity:
1MRK 514 013-UEN
Point list manual, DNP3
Quantity:
1MRK 511 225-UEN
Reference information
For our reference and statistics we would be pleased to be provided with the following application data:
Country:
End user:
Station name:
Voltage level:
74
kV
ABB
Bay control REC650
Product version: 1.0
1MRK 511 211-BEN A
Issued: February 2010
Related documents
Documents related to REC650
Identity number
Commissioning manual
Technical manual
1MRK 511 204-UEN
Application manual
1MRK 511 203-UEN
Product Guide, configured
1MRK 511 211-BEN
Type test certificate
1MRK 511 211-TEN
Documents related to
Identity number
Operation manual
1MRK 500 088-UEN
Communication protocol manual, DNP3
1MRK 511 224-UEN
Communication protocol manual, IEC 61850
1MRK 511 205-UEN
Engineering manual
1MRK 511 206-UEN
Installation manual
1MRK 514 013-UEN
Point list manual, DNP3
1MRK 511 225-UEN
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