SEL-2032

SEL-2032
COMMUNICATIONS PROCESSOR
INTEGRATE YOUR STATION
BY REPLACING RTUs AND
OTHER DEVICES WITH ONE
RELIABLE SYSTEM
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FEATURES AND BENEFITS
SEQUENTIAL EVENTS RECORDER (SER) FUNCTIONS
Receive SER messages from SEL devices, and update the
local SER database. The SEL-2032 Communications Processor
monitors optional contact inputs, time-tags transitions, and
saves SER records. It sends SER records to the host using
DNP3 and SEL Fast SER messages.
OSCILLOGRAPHIC EVENT REPORT RETRIEVAL,
SETTINGS MANAGEMENT, AND MORE
PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER (PLC)
FUNCTIONS
Use Boolean and arithmetic operators and IF-THEN-ELSE
statements in SELogic® control equations to produce and
forward information, schedule and perform control, and eliminate auxiliary devices.
SYSTEM SYNCHRONIZATION
Provide event report retrieval, classification, and analysis with
ac SEL erator Team® SEL-5045 Software. Provide engineering
access for transparent communications with connected
intelligent electronic devices (IEDs), without extra wiring and
without impacting the SCADA data link. Manage and view relay
settings, in conjunction with SEL-5010 Relay Assistant and
ac SEL erator QuickSet® SEL-5030 Software. Connect to local
human-machine interfaces (HMIs), voice dialers/annunciators,
equipment monitoring systems, and plant distributed control
systems.
AUTOMATIC REPORTS
Collect, store, and forward meter reports, targets, digital input
status, event reports, demand meter reports, and more.
Generate IRIG-B formatted time with the time-code input from
an IRIG-B time source or with the internal clock, and redistribute it to connected IEDs. This provides a common baseline
for all connected devices, allowing you to monitor your system
more efficiently.
IED COMMUNICATION
Use flexible commands, string parsing, and conversion
settings to quickly interface with IEDs. SEL provides Job Done®
examples that show you how to communicate with many IEDs.
SUBSTATION QUALITY
Operate in temperatures ranging from –40° to +85°C (–40° to
+185°F). The SEL-2032 meets many utility and industrial standards. See the protocol card specifications for more details.
MASTER AND NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS
Use DNP3, Modbus®, SEL Fast Message, and SEL ASCII protocols. Include an SEL-2701 Ethernet Processor to use Ethernet,
UCA2, Telnet, and FTP.
GATEWAY OR
SCADA MASTER
GPS CLOCK
HMI
2032
3010
SEL-
SEL-
MODEM
RELAY
RELAY
2515
SEL-
IED
COMPLETE INTEGRATED SOLUTION BLOCK DIAGRAM
Link all substation IEDs into a single, low-cost, configurable contact point for SCADA, local HMI, dial-in access, dial-out
notification, and overall substation integration applications. Link multiple communications processors to provide redundant
communications paths when necessary.
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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power Supply Ratings
125/250 V
85–350 Vdc, 85–264 Vac
48/125 V
38–200 Vdc, 85–140 Vac
24/48 V
20–60 Vdc
25 W maximum for all supplies
Standard Digital Input and Output Ranges
24, 48, 125, or 250 Vdc
Standard hardware provides one alarm output. Optional board provides 16 digital inputs and
4 digital outputs.
Operating Temperature
–40° to +85°C (–40° to +185°F)
Ethernet Option
–40° to +70°C (–40° to +158°F)
Modbus Plus Option
0° to +70°C (+32° to +158°F)
ORDERING INFORMATION
Options Include:
·· Additional I/O board providing 16 inputs and 4 outputs
·· SEL-2701 Ethernet Processor
MAKING ELECTRIC POWER SAFER,
MORE RELIABLE, AND MORE ECONOMICAL
SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING
LABORATORIES, INC.
Tel:+1.509.332.1890
Email:info@selinc.com
Web:www.selinc.com
© 2003–2014 by Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc.
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