Relay Communication Equipment

Relay Communication Equipment
Relay Communication
Equipment
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7XV5101 RS232 – FO Connector Module
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7XV5103 RS485 Bus System up to 115 kbit/s
13/5
7XV5104 Bus Cables for Time Synchronization
13/13
7XV5105 Bus Cable for Time Synchronization (for 7SD5 Relays)
13/15
7XV5450 Mini Star-Coupler
13/17
7XV5461 Two-Channel Serial Optical Repeater
(for duplex mono-mode FO cables)
13/21
7XV5461 Two-Channel Serial Optical Repeater
(for 1 mono-mode FO cables)
13/25
7XV5461 Two-Channel Serial Optical Repeater
(for duplex multi-mode FO cables)
13/29
7XV5550 Active Mini Star – Coupler
13/33
7XV5650/5651 RS485 – FO Converter
13/37
7XV5652 RS232 – FO Converter
13/41
7XV5653 Two – Channel Binary Transducer
13/45
7XV5655 Ethernet Modem for Substations
13/49
7XV5655 Ethernet Serial Hub for Substations
13/53
7XV5662 Communication Converter X.21/RS422 and G.703.1
13/57
7XV5662 Communication Converter for Pilot Wires
13/61
7XV5662 Two-Channel Serial Communication Converter G.703.6
7XV5662 6AD10 RTD-box / Thermobox TR1200
7XV5662 7AD10 Universal Relay/RTD-Box TR800
7XV5662 8AD10 RTD-box / Thermbox TR1200 IP
13/65
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7XV5664/7XV5654 GPS/DFC77 Time Synchronization System
13/81
7XV5673 I/O-Unit with 6 Binary In-/Outputs
13/85
7XV5700 RS232 – RS485 Converter
13/93
7XV5710 USB – RS485 Converter Cable
13/97
7XV5820 Industrial Modem and Modem-Router with Switch
13/101
7XV5850 Ethernet Modems for Office Applications
13/109
Accessories for Communication
13/2
6XV8100 F.O. Link Cable
13/113
7KE6000-8Gx Ethernet Patch Cable
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7XV5101
RS232-FO Connector Module
Fig. 13/1
Connector modules/adapters 7XV5101-3C
Description
Connector modules 7XV5101
Optical connection of protection relays
with an electrical (non-isolated) RS232
interface, e.g. to a star coupler, for centralized control is made possible with the
fiber-optic RS232 connector modules.
Thus, further devices such as PCs or notebooks, modems or serial data switches can
be effectively protected against electromagnetic interference. An appropriate connector module is available for each of the
above-mentioned applications. These
fiber-optic RS232 connector modules are
housed in a SUB-D plug casing and can be
directly plugged into the respective interfaces of the pertaining devices. No further
settings are required. In its normal position, the optical interface is set to steady
light OFF. Data transmission is fully duplex and transparent. The optical interface
with FSMA connectors has an operational
wavelength of 820 nm and can reach distances of up to 1500 m with 62.5/125 µm
multi-mode FO cables.
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Technical data
7XV5101- 3C
Housing
Plastics, metal-plated
X
Dimensions 72 x 32 x 17 mm
X
Via external keyboard connector located at the notebook
X
Electrical interfaces
Bridge contact 7 - 8, 1 - 4 - 6
9-pin
X
Optical interfaces
FSMA connector (screw-type)
T = transmit, R = receive
Optical power
27 µW (- 15.7 dBm)
Sensitivity
1 µW (- 30 dBm) 1)
Optical budget
1)
7 dB (+ 3 dB backup)
X
X
1)
Wavelength 850 nm
Transmission range
X
X
X
1500 m (with 62.5 µm multi-mode FO cable)
800 m (with 50 µm multi-mode FO cable)
X
1) Valid for 62.5 µm FO cable.
Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
7XV5101 fiber-optic connector module 820 nm - RS232
7XV5101-3C
9-pin female connector for notebook
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7XV5103
RS485 Bus Systems up to 115 kbit/s (not suitable for PROFIBUS)
RS485 bus cable system
Fig. 13/2
Description
The RS485 bus is a low-cost half-duplex
communication bus, which, due to its relatively high interference immunity, is not
only used for monitoring and control in
industrial systems, but is now increasingly
used for SCADA and protection applications by utilities in substations. Protocols,
such as DIGSI, IEC 60870-5-103, DNP 3
and MODBUS up to 115 kbit/s, are used
between a station master and up to 31 slave
devices on shielded twisted-pair (STP) cable. In ideal conditions, the length of the
bus may be up to 1000 m. This requires
correct configuration of the bus, use of
suitable cables, and connector connectors,
as well as correct termination of the bus.
Devices with different termination methods require special adaptors to achieve the
highest possible interference immunity.
The RS485 bus systems 7XV5103 are optimized in this respect for our control and
protection product range.
With the ordering code 7XV5103, two
different RS485 bus systems are available.
When combining the required components for a RS485 bus, the corresponding
application examples contained in this
document can be of assistance.
7XV5103 cable and connector modules/adapters
The bus system with 9-pin SUB-D connectors has long been applied in systems with
SIPROTEC protection devices, 7XV5 converters, and master units. Connection to
the individual devices is achieved directly
with a special Y-cable or with a corresponding adapter cable to devices with
different termination methods. The bus
terminates in a 9-pin SUB-D bus terminating connector with an integrated 220-Ω
resistor.
On some SIPROTEC devices, the serial
signals are routed to RJ45 female connectors on the communication module, as is
the case, for example, with the redundant
IEC 60870-5-103 module. There the bus is
based on double-shielded CAT 5 patch cables. Connection of the individual devices
to the two redundant buses is achieved via
two special Y-adapter cables each. The
buses each terminate with a RJ45 bus terminating connector with a 120-Ω resistor.
A combination of the two bus systems
and the different device interfaces or a
combination of the two systems is also
possible using the Y-adapter cable
7XV5103-2BA00.
Function overview
• For data transfer up to 115 kbit/s
(e.g. DIGSI, IEC 60870-5-103, DNP 3)
• Variable bus structure with shielded
cables of various lengths.
• Metal-plated, shielded connector housings with reduced mounting depth and
strain relief.
• Bus termination with terminating
connectors and integrated resistor.
• Connection of the SIPROTEC 4
protection devices with redundant
IEC 60870-5-103 interface via the
Y-adapter cable and RJ45 connector.
• Connection of the SIPROTEC 4 protection devices with RS485 interface and
SUB-D connector directly, or via a
Y-adapter cable.
• Adapter/cable for compact protection
devices with RS485 interface on
screw-type terminals, e.g. 7SJ600,
7SD600, 7RW600 etc.
• Connection to various RS485
converters, e.g. 7XV5650/51.
• Combination of both bus systems is
possible.
• Max. length of the bus within a common grounding system may be up to
1000 m.
Please note that this system must not be used
for PROFIBUS-FMS or PROFIBUS-DP.
These have their own bus system with components suitable for use with PROFIBUS.
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Application
Notes on configuring the RS485 bus system
The housings of all devices connected to
the bus must be solidly grounded to a
common ground to avoid dangerous
ground currents flowing via the cable
shields.
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Larger distances, especially into other
buildings with separate grounding system
should preferably be covered via converters
(e.g. 7XV5650/51) using FO links.
The RS485 bus must be linear, i.e. tee-offs
from the bus (e.g. a terminal strip) to the
connected bus devices must not be used.
This would form a star configuration,
which has negative influence on the functionality.
The bus must be terminated at the first device (usually the master) and at the last device with a bus terminating resistor to
avoid interference due to reflection. No
further terminating resistors must be connected between these terminals.
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Fig. 13/3 Protection unit connected to the RS485 bus
Specifications
• Direct connection to SIPROTEC 4 pro-
As all of the devices, maximum 32 (including the master) are listening in on the
RS485 bus, all the devices on the bus must
be set to the same baud rate and the same
data format.
•
The slaves must all have different device
addresses.
•
•
Within the system, only one master may be
active at any one time and only one slave
may respond.
•
The bus system with 9-pin SUB-D connectors
•
The bus system with 9-pin SUB-D bus terminating connectors has long been used
with SIPROTEC protection devices, the
converters 7XV5 and Siemens master
units. Connection of individual devices to
devices with various connection modes is
achieved directly via specialized Y cables,
or via suitable adapter cables. The bus terminates at a 9-pin SUB-D bus terminating
connector with an integrated 220-Ω resistor.
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•
•
tection devices with RS485 interface via a
FO-RS485 converter 7XV5650/51
Adapter/cable for compact protection devices with RS485 interface on screw-type
terminals, e.g. 7SJ600, 7SD600, 7RW600
etc.
4 cable lengths from 1 to 10 meters
Shielded twisted-pair (STP) cable with
9-pin SUB-D connector connectors
Metal-plated, shielded connector housings
with reduced mounting depth and strain
relief
Data transfer up to 115 kbit/s
(e.g. DIGSI, IEC 60870-5/VDEW)
Maximum length of the bus up to
1000 m within a common grounding
system
Bus termination with terminating connectors and integrated 220-Ω resistor
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Application
Application example 1:
The 9-pin male connector of the Y bus cable
S1 always comes from the master side and
provides the connection to the slaves via the
1, 3, 5 or 10-m cable and 9-pin male connector S2. At the connector S2 a 20-cm long
cable with a 9-pin female connection B3 is
provided to extend the bus. The compact
protection devices, e.g. 7SJ600 are directly
connected via the adapter cable
7XV5103-2AA00 with female connector B2
or an RS485 adapter 7XV5103-3AA00. After
the final device, a bus terminating connector 7XV5103-5AA00 is connected to connector B3 to terminate the bus.
Selection and ordering data
Fig. 13/4 SIPROTEC protection devices on the RS485 bus
Description
Order No.
RS485 Y-bus cable shielded twisted pair with 9-pin SUB-D connectors
7XV5103 RS485 bus with SUB-D connectors
7XV5103-0AA¨¨
0
0
0
1
Length 1 m
Length 3 m
Length 5 m
Length 10 m
RS485 bus extension cable STP with 9-pin SUB-D connector
7XV5103-1AA¨¨
1
2
3
4
5
Length 10 m
Length 20 m
Length 30 m
Length 40 m
Length 50 m
RS485 adapter
Adapter cable with STP with ferrule/9-pin SUB-D connector
for units with screw-type terminals or compact protection units, e.g. 7SJ600, 7SD600 etc.
RS485 adapter with 9-pin SUB-D connector for mounting
on screw-type terminals on compact protection units, e.g. 7SJ600, 7SD600 etc.
Bus terminating connector 220-Ω, 9-pin SUB-D connector
RS485 cable to thermo-box (RTD)
1
3
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
7XV5103-¨AA00
2
3
5
7XV5103-7AAoo
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For connection between the 7XV5662-oAD10 thermo-box
and SIPROTEC 4 units (port C or port D with RS485 interface)
Length 5 m
Length 25 m
Length 50 m
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2 5
5 0
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Application
Bus system with RJ45 patch cables
The bus system with RJ45 connectors was
specially developed for SIPROTEC devices
for communication modules with serial
RJ45 connectors and is built with low cost
double-shielded CAT 5 patch cables.
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Connection of the individual devices to the
two redundant buses is achieved via two
special Y-adapter cables each. The buses
each terminate with a RJ45 bus terminating
connector with an integrated 120-Ω resistor.
Specifications
• Low-cost bus structure with shielded
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
patch cables (CAT 5) with RJ45 connectors
Cable lengths from 0.5 to 20 meters
(7KE6000-8G)
Connection of SIPROTEC 4 protection
devices with redundant
IEC 60870-5-103 interfaces via
Y-adapter with RJ45 connector
Connection of SIPROTEC 4 protection
devices with RS485 interface via Y-cable
to SUB-D connector
Adapter/cable for compact protection
devices, e.g. 7SJ600, 7SD600, 7RW600 etc.
Metal-plated connector housings with
strain relief of the cable connections
Compact connectors
Data transfer up to 115 kbit/s
(e.g. DIGSI, IEC 60870-5/VDEW)
Maximum extension of the bus of up to
800 m within a common grounding
system
Bus termination with terminating connectors and integrated 120-Ω resistor
Connection to the FO-RS485 converter
7XV5650 or the bus system with SUB-D
connector via Y-adapter
Fig. 13/5 Bus system with RJ45 patch cable
Only CAT 5 double-shielded patch cables
(e.g. 7KE6000) must be used as the bus
cables. The maximum bus length must not
exceed 800 m.
The bus must be terminated at the first
device (usually the master) and at the last
device with a bus terminating resistor to
avoid interference due to reflection. No
further terminating resistors must be
connected between these terminals.
As all of the devices, maximum 32 (including the master) are listening in on the
RS485 bus, all the devices on the bus must
be set to the same baud rate and the same
data format. The slaves must all have different device addresses.
Within the system on each bus, only one
master may be active at any one time and
only one slave may respond.
Notes on configuring the RS485 bus system
(application examples 2 and 3, see page 13/9)
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The housings of all devices connected to the
bus must be solidly grounded to a common
ground to avoid dangerous ground currents
flowing via the cable shields.
Larger distances, especially into other
buildings with separate grounding system
should preferably be covered via converters
(e.g. 7XV5650/51) using FO cables.
The RS485 bus must be linear, i.e. tee-offs
from the bus (e.g. a terminal strip) to the
connected bus devices must not be used.
This would form a star configuration,
which has negative influence on the
functionality.
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Application
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Application example 2: Connection of
SIPROTEC 4 to a (redundant) control system
The RS485 bus cable system with patch
cables (CAT 5) was developed as a lowcost alternative to the previous systems
7XV5103 with SUB-D connectors. The advantages are the widespread use of patch
cables throughout the world and the compact dimensions of the RJ45 connector.
This allows a redundant IEC 60870-5-103
interface with a single interface module
within a SIPROTEC 4 device.
Two different Y-adapters permit implementation of a RS485 bus with patch cables and connection of devices having
RS485 interfaces and different designs of
interface connector. Both Y-adapters have
two RJ45 female connectors in parallel to
facilitate the implementation of the buses.
The approx. 20 cm long connection cable
to the device either has a RJ45 or SUB-D
connector.
Fig. 13/6
Connection of SIPROTEC 4 to a (redundant) control system
Fig. 13/7
Central operation of SIPROTEC 4 units with DIGSI 4
Devices with SUB-D connector (e.g. Master RTU, 7XV5650/51, SIPROTEC 4 devices with SUB-D) are connected using
the Y-adapter 7XV5103-2BA00.
Devices with RJ45 connector such as
SIPROTEC 4 with redundant
IEC 60870-5-103 interface are connected
with the Y-adapter 7XV5103-2CA00. For
the redundant bus system 2 Y-adapters are
required per SIPROTEC 4 device.
After the final device the bus is terminated
with a bus terminating connector
7XV5103-5BA00. For the redundant bus
system, a bus terminating resistor is required for each bus.
Application example 3: Central operation
of SIPROTEC 4 units with DIGSI 4
The RS485-bus cable system with patch
cables (CAT 5) was developed as a lowcost alternative to the previous systems
7XV5103 with SUB-D connectors. The advantages are the widespread use of patch
cables throughout the world and the compact dimensions of the RJ45 connector.
The Y-adapter 7XV5103-2BA00 allows for
the implementation of a RS485 bus with
patch cables and the connection of various
SIPROTEC devices having RS485 interfaces.
The Y-adapters have two RJ45 female connectors in parallel to facilitate the implementation of the buses. The approx.
20 cm long connection cable to the device
has a RJ45 with suitable pin allocation.
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Devices with an RS485 interface and
SUB-D connector (7XV5650/51,
SIPROTEC 4 devices) with SUB-D are
connected using the Y-adapter
7XV5103-2BA00.
Devices with an RS485 interface on screwtype connectors require an additional
adapter for 9-pin SUB-D to single core,
e.g. 7XV5103-2AA00 or 7XV5103-3AA00.
After the last device, the bus is terminated
with a bus terminating connector
7XV5103-5BA00.
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Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
RS485 adapter/accessories
7XV5103-¨¨¨00
Adapter cable STP with ferrule/9-pin SUB-D connection for devices with
screw-type terminals or compact protection devices, e.g. 7SJ600
2AA
Y-adapter cable for connection of SIPROTEC 4 or other devices with a
9-pin SUB-D connection to a RS485 bus with patch cables (RJ45)
2BA
Y-adapter cable for connection of SIPROTEC 4 with a redundant T103
interface module to a RS485 bus with patch cables (RJ45)
2CA
RS485 adapter with 9-pin SUB-D connection for mounting on screw-type
terminals with compact protection devices, e.g. 7SJ600, 7SD600 etc.
Bus terminating connector 220-Ω in a 9-pin SUB-D connector
Bus terminating connector 120-Ω in a RJ45 connector
Patch cable CAT 5 shielded with RJ45 connectors
3AA
5AA
5BA
7KE6000-8GD0¨-¨AA0/BB
See Accessories for Communication 7KE6000-8Gx
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Application
Application example 4: Connecting the two
bus systems 7XV5103
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The Y-adapter 7XV5103-2BA00 enables
configuration of the RS485 bus with RJ45
patch cables and connection of SIPROTEC
devices with an RS485 interface with a
SUB-D connector.
Use of an additional gender changer
(female-female) enables connection
of a RS485 bus with Y-bus cables
7XV5103-0AAxx instead of a SIPROTEC
device.
Fig. 13/8
Connecting the two 7XV5103 bus systems
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Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
RS485 Y-bus cable shielded twisted-pair with 9-pin SUB-D connector
7XV5103-0AA¨¨
Length 1 m
Length 3 m
Length 5 m
Length 10 m
RS485 bus cable extension STP with 9-pin SUB-D connector
Length 10 m
Length 20 m
Length 30 m
Length 40 m
Length 50 m
RS485 adapter/accessories
0
0
0
1
7XV5103-1AA¨¨
1
2
3
4
5
2AA
Y-adapter cable for connection of SIPROTEC 4 or other devices with
9-pin SUB-D connection to a RS485 bus with patch cables (RJ45)
2BA
Y-adapter cable for connection of SIPROTEC 4 with a redundant T103
interface module to a RS485 bus with patch cables (RJ45)
2CA
Bus terminating connector 220-Ω in a 9-pin SUB-D connector
Bus terminating connector 120-Ω in a RJ45 connector
RS485 cable to thermo-box (RTD)
0
0
0
0
0
7XV5103-¨¨¨00
Adapter cable STP with ferrule/9-pin SUB-D connector for devices with
screw-type terminals or compact protection devices, e.g. 7SJ600
RS485 adapter with 9-pin SUB-D connector for mounting to screw-type
terminals for compact protection devices, e.g. 7SJ600, 7SD600 etc.
1
3
5
0
3AA
5AA
5BA
7XV5103-7AAoo
Connection cable for thermo-box 7XV5662-xAD to SIPROTEC 4
Open cable ends, each 5 / 20 cm with ferrules to
9-pin SUB-D connector with an integrated 220-Ω terminating resistor
Length 5 m
Length 25 m
Length 50 m
Patch cable CAT 5 shielded with RJ45 connector
0 5
2 5
5 0
7KE6000-8GD0¨-¨AA0/BB
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7XV5104
Bus Cable for Time Synchronization
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Function overview
Fig. 13/9 RS485 bus system
• Opto-electrical solution for SIPROTEC
4 devices with IRIG-B interface (Port A)
• Direct connection of SIPROTEC 4
devices with IRIG-B interface to sync.transceiver 7XV5654
• Adapter/cable for cascading and matching to other converters
• 4 orderable cable lengths from 1 m to
10 m
• 2-core, twisted and shielded cable with
9-pin SUB-D connectors
• Metal plug connector casings with
fixing screws and strain relief for cable
connections
• Compact dimensions of the plugs
• Max. extent of electrical bus 20 m
within building
Description
The evaluation of fault records, operational
alarms and fault signals calls for millisecond-accurate determination of the absolute time. The SIPROTEC 4 units have an
internal clock on a quartz basis, which deviates from the normal time after a while.
Radio clocks are therefore used for precise
synchronization; they set the clocks in the
devices via time signals or protocols such
as DCF77 or IRIG-B. All the devices are
connected in parallel with an electrical bus,
so that all of them receive the time information at the same time at Port A. By
means of the prefabricated bus cables and
adapters 7XV5104 the SIPROTEC 4 units
can be connected via their IRIG-B interface
directly to the sync.-transceiver 7XV5654.
The maximum length of the electrical bus
when prefabricated cables are used is
20 m. Relevant applications are described
in the manual for the sync.-transceiver
7XV5654.
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Application
Notes on the IRIG-B bus
In this system solution only the 24 V DC
time synchronization inputs of the
SIPROTEC 4 units are used (see below).
7XV5105 cables are available for synchronizing the differential protection relays
with an additional seconds pulse.
The housings of all bus users must be properly mutually earthed, as otherwise dangerous earth potential currents can flow via the
bus cable shield.
Fig. 13/10
Typical applications
The 9-pin male connector of the Y-bus cable S1 always comes from the direction of
the radio clock or sync.-transceiver and
provides via the 1, 3, 5 or 10 m cable and
the 9-pin male connector the connection
to the first and subsequent bus devices. At
connector S2 a 9-pin female connector B3
is provided (on a 20 m long cable) to extend the bus. If more than six SIPROTEC 4
units are to be connected to the
sync.-transceiver 7XV5654, the adapter
7XV5104-3AA00 splits the connection X1
of the sync.-transceiver into two buses for
a maximum of 6 units each. (For typical
applications see 7XV5654 manual).
Selection and ordering data
Fig. 13/11
Connection of max. twelve SIPROTEC 4 units to the IRIG-B bus via prefabricated Y-bus cable
Description
Order No.
Y-connection cable IRIG-B / DCF77
7XV5104-0AA¨¨
Y-connection cable for SIPROTEC 4 unit with IRIG-B / DCF77 connection
and bus extension. Copper cable 2-wire, shielded, with 9-pin SUB-D connectors
0
0
0
1
Length 1 m
Length 3 m
Length 5 m
Length 10 m
1
3
5
0
Extension cable (copper)
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Cable for the bus length extension. Copper cable 2-wire, shielded,
with 9-pin SUB-D connector
Length 10 m
7XV5104-1AA10
Adapter / accessories
7XV5104-oAA00
Adapter cable to sync.-transceiver 7KE6000-8Ax, length 0.3 m,
shielded, 2 wires with end sleeves to 9-pin SUB-D connector (female)
2
T-adapter cable to sync.-transceiver 7XV5654-0BA00
Splits connector X1 into 2 buses for max. six SIPROTEC 4 units per bus
9-pin SUB-D connector (male) to 2 x 9-pin SUB-D connector (female)
Copper cable 2-wire, shielded (length 0.3 m)
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7XV5105
Bus Cable for Time Synchronization (for 7SD5 Relays)
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Function overview
Fig. 13/12 Y-cable 7XV5105
• Opto-electrical solution for SIPROTEC 4
7SD5 differential protection relays with
IRIG-B interface (Port A)
• Direct connection of 7SD5 protection
relays via IRIG-B interface to sync.transceiver 7XV5654
• Transmission of time telegram and
seconds pulse at the same time
• 4 orderable cable lengths from 1 m to
10 m
• 4-wire, twisted and shielded cable with
9-pin SUB-D connectors
• Metal plug connector casing of compact
dimensions, with fixing screw and
strain relief for cable connections
• Max. extent of electrical bus 20 m
within building
Description
The evaluation of fault records, operational
alarms and fault signals calls for a millisecond-accurate absolute time stamp. The differential protection relays have an internal
clock on a quartz basis, by means of which
the protection is normally synchronized.
In special applications, GPS radio clocks
are used to synchronize the 7SD5 differential protection relays with the absolute
time. These clocks send a time telegram
together with a microsecond-accurate seconds pulse, so that the transmission time
in both the sending and the receiving direction can be precisely measured. All the
devices in each system are connected in
parallel via an electrical bus, so that all
devices receive the time information and
the seconds pulse at the same time. By
means of the prefabricated bus cables
7XV5105, the 7SD5 relays can be connected via their IRIG-B interface (Port A)
directly to the sync.-transceiver 7XV5654.
The maximum length of the electrical bus
when the prefabricated cables are used is
20 m. Relevant applications are described
in the manual for the sync.-transceiver
7XV5654.
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Application
Notes on the IRIG-B bus
In this system solution only the 24 V DC
time synchronization inputs (Port A) of
the SIPROTEC 4 protection relays are
used. 2-core 7XV5104 cables are available
for time synchronization of the SIPROTEC 4
protection relays without additional seconds pulse.
The housings of all bus users must be properly mutually earthed, as otherwise dangerous earth potential currents can flow via the
bus cable shield.
Fig. 13/13
Typical applications
The 9-pin male connector of the Y-bus cable S1 always comes from the direction of
the radio clock or sync.-transceiver and
provides via the 1, 3, 5 or 10 m cable and
the 9-pin male connector the connection
to the first and subsequent bus devices. At
connector S2 a 9-pin female connector B3
is provided (on a 20 m long cable) to extend the bus. If more than six SIPROTEC 4
units are to be connected to the radio
clock, up to 4 sync.-transceivers 7XV5654
can be connected, each with 6 protection
relays. (For typical applications see the
7XV5654 manual).
Selection and ordering data
Fig. 13/14
Connection of max. six SIPROTEC 4 protection relays 7SD5
to the IRIG-B bus via prefabricated Y-bus cable
Description
Order No.
Y-connection cable IRIG-B / DCF77
7XV5105-0AA¨¨
Y-connection cable for direct connection of a SIPROTEC 4 differential
protection relay with IRIG-B / DCF77 connection to sync.-transceiver 7XV5654
and bus extension. Copper cable 4-wire, shielded, with 9-pin SUB-D connectors
Length 1 m
Length 3 m
Length 5 m
Length 10 m
0
0
0
1
1
3
5
0
Extension cable (copper)
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Cable for bus length extension. Copper cable with 4 wires, shielded
with 9-pin SUB-D connectors
Length 10 m
7XV5105-1AA10
Adapter / accessories
Adapter cable to two sync.-transceivers 7KE6000-8Ax, length 0.3 m
shielded, 2 wires with end sleeves to 9-pin SUB-D connector (female)
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7XV5450
Mini Star-Coupler
Function overview
LSP2360-afpen.tif
One optical input and
up to 4 optical outputs
Fig. 13/15
Mini star-coupler
• Distance spanned: 1.5 km
with 62.5/125 µm multi-mode fiber
• Multiple mini star-couplers cascadable
• RS232 interface for local access
• Baud rate via FO: up to 1.5 Mbaud;
Baud rate with RS232:
Up to 115 kbaud
• Protocol transparency
• Light idle state:
Light ON/light OFF selectable
• Wide-range power supply
with self-monitoring function
and alarm contact
• Optical ST connectors
Description
The mini star-coupler multiplies an optical signal received at an input for up to
four outputs. A signal received at one of
the outputs is transmitted via the input
interface to a central unit or to an upstream mini star-coupler or converter.
As the mini star-coupler does not transmit
selectively to individual outputs, the protocols used for data transmission must operate with unique DTE addresses, so all
units “hear” the central interrogation, but
only the addressed unit answers to the
request (e.g. IEC 60870-5-103 or DIGSI).
Data are transmitted in transparent fullduplex mode. An RS232 interface is provided for direct serial communication with
DTEs at each mini star-coupler. As long as
this interface is in use, the optical input
interface to the central unit is blocked.
Cascading mini star-couplers replace the
7XV5300 star coupler.
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Application
The mini star-coupler allows SIPROTEC
relays to be centrally accessed or remotely
interrogated with DIGSI via optical interfaces. The component is cascadable, so that
star topologies or ring topologies can be
configured. A ring structure ensures that
all four outputs are used. The mini starcoupler has a local RS232 interface socket.
By connecting a PC to this interface and
using the 7XV5100-4 cable, the optical input is disconnected to avoid data collision
due to local and remote access concurring
at the same time.
Construction
The 7XV5450 mini star-coupler is provided with a snap-on mounting housing
for a 35 mm EN 50022 rail. Auxiliary
power supplies can be connected via
screw-type terminals. The fiber-optic
cables are connected by ST connectors.
The unit is free of silicone and halogen as
well as flame-retardant.
Fig. 13/16 Star topology with mini star-couplers
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Fig. 13/17 Ring structure with mini star-couplers
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Technical data
Rated auxiliary voltage
24 to 250 V DC and 60 to 230 V AC
± 20 % without switchover
Current consumption
Approx. 0.25 to 0.4 A
LEDs
3 LEDs
Green
Yellow
Yellow
Operating voltage o.k.
Receiving data
Sending data
Connectors
Power supply
2-pole Phoenix screw-type terminal
FO cables
Multi-mode fiber with ST connectors
RS232
9-pin SUB-D socket
Alarm contact
2-pole Phoenix screw-type terminal
Light idle state
Light ON/OFF selectable
By jumpers
Housing
Plastic housing, EG90, charcoal grey; 90 x 75 x 105 mm (W x H x D)
for snap-on mounting on 35 mm EN 50022 rail
Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
7XV5450 mini star-coupler
7XV5450-0BA00
Optical mini star-coupler with plastic housing for snap-on mounting onto 35 mm rail.
Rated auxiliary voltage 24 - 250 V DC and 110 - 220 V AC with alarm relay.
Connection of up to 4 protection units to a star coupler via FO cable for
62.5 / 125 μm and 850 nm wavelength, max. distance 1.5 km.
Connection of PC or modem to a star coupler via FO cable for
62.5 / 125 μm and 850 nm wavelength, max. distance 1.5 km.
Connection also by 9-pin RS232 connector.
Cascadable
Fiber-optic connectors with ST connector
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7XV5461
Two-Channel Serial Optical Repeater (for duplex-mono-mode FO cables)
LSP2507.tif
Function overview
Fig. 13/18
Optical repeater with
wide-range power supply
• Two independent multiplexed 820 nm
ports with ST connectors for max.
1.5 km via 50/125 μm and 62.5/125 μm
duplex-multi-mode FO cable.
• Data rate of serial ports 1 / 2 from
300 bit/s - 4.096 Mbit/s. Automatic
baud rate adjustment to synchronous
and asynchronous serial signals;
no settings necessary.
• Powerful 1300 nm / 1550 nm port with
LC-Duplex connector for distances up
to 24 km / 60 km / 100 km / 170 km via
9/125 μm duplex-mono-mode FO cable
• 24 to 250 V DC and 115/230 V AC
wide-range power supply with alarm
relay.
• Data exchange display by LED
• Integrated commissioning support
Description
The optical repeater transmits serial optical
signals over long distances via duplexmono-mode FO cables. It converts serial
optical 820 nm signals at Port 1 and Port 2
in the range of 300 bit/s to 4.096 Mbit/s.
Both synchronous and asynchronous signals can be connected. Two independent,
serial 820 nm inputs with ST connectors
are available, which are multiplexed to
Port 3. Two devices with an optical 820 nm
interface, for example the 7SD5 / 7SD6 line
differential protection relay or the RS232/
820 nm 7XV5652 converter, can be connected to Ports 1 and 2 via duplex-multimode FO cables for distances of up to
1.5 km. Signal transmission at Port 3 is
achieved via the LC-Duplex connector
at wavelengths of 1300 nm/1550 nm for
connection of a duplex-mono-mode FO
cable. For Port 3 there are three options for
max. 25 km (1300 nm) / 60 km (1300 nm)
and 100 km / 170 km (1550 nm) optical
fiber lengths. The device can be connected
to all battery voltages and AC supply
sources. Loops can be activated for Ports
1 / 2 for commissioning purposes, so that
the input signals can be mirrored at the
port in question.
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Typical applications
LSA4177-cen.eps
The protection relays (for example 7SD5 /
7SD6 differential protection or 7SA52 /
7SA6 distance protection) exchange information via Port 1. Interference-free data
exchange is performed via duplex-monomode FO cable up to a distance of
170 km. Protection remote control with
DIGSI is connected to Port 2 of the repeater via the 7XV5450 mini star-coupler.
This port provides the serial connection to
the other substation with a PC where
DIGSI is installed. The protection relays
on the remote substation can be scanned
remotely via Port 2. The baud rate is optimally set to 57.6 kbit/s so that there is no
difference from local operation. During
commissioning and operation, data of the
device on the other substation can be
changed and read out. Alternatively, it is
possible to connect power system control
or additional protection data transmission
to Port 2. This makes for optimum use of
the long-distance optical fiber for two separate serial connections for transmitting
data between 300 bit/s and 4.096 Mbit/s.
100/170 km
Fig. 13/19
Transfer of protection data and remote control of a substation via
an optical long-distance connection
Technical data
Connections
ST connector for 820 nm for 50/125 μm and 62.5/125 μm multi-mode
FO cable
Port 3
LC-Duplex connector for 1300 nm/1550 nm for 9/125 μm mono-mode
FO cable
Screw-type terminals 2-pole screw-type terminals for auxiliary voltage supply
3-pole make/break contact for alarm relay
Ports 1 / 2
Housing
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188 x 56 x 100 mm aluminum housing for mounting on 35 mm DIN rail to EN 50032. Weight 0.8 kg.
Degree of protection acc. to EN 60529: IP41
Power supply
Wide range 24 to 250 V DC without connector jumpers, 115 / 230 V AC
Displays
4 LEDs
Green
Red
2 yellow
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Power supply
Alarm relays
Data exchange
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Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
7XV5461 two-channel serial optical repeater (for duplex-mono-mode FO cables)
7XV5461 - 0B¨00
Connection of two serial optical inputs with ST connector for 62.5/125 μm
multi-mode FO cable up to 1.5 km, from 300 bit/s to 4.096 Mbit/s
24 to 250 V DC, 115/230 V AC wide-range power supply
Fault relay and LED for operational and fault display
Optical 1300 nm output with LC-Duplex connector for 9/125 μm mono-mode
FO cable for distances up to 24 km (permissible path attenuation 13 dB)
G
Optical 1300 nm output with LC-Duplex connector for 9/125 μm mono-mode
FO cable for distances up to 60 km (permissible path attenuation 29 dB)
H
1)
Optical 1550 nm output with LC-Duplex connector for 9/125 μm mono-mode
FO cable for distances up to 100 km (permissible path attenuation 29 dB)
J
1)
Optical 1550 nm output with LC-Duplex connector for 9/125 μm mono-mode
FO cable for distances up to 170 km (permissible path attenuation 43 dB)
M
1)
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1) When ordering options H/J an additional attenuator is
required if the devices are used for distances < 20 km
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Fig. 17/37
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7XV5461
Two-Channel Serial Optical Repeater (for 1 mono-mode FO cable)
LSP2897.tif
Function overview
Fig. 13/20
Optical repeater with integrated 1300 nm/1550 nm wave
length multiplexer for one single mono-mode FO-cable
• Two independent multiplexed 820 nm
Ports 1/2 with ST connectors for max.
1.5 km via 50/125 μm and 62.5/125 μm
multi-mode FO cable.
• Data rate of serial Ports 1/2 from
300 bit/s – 4.096 Mbit/s. Automatic
baud rate adjustments to synchronous
and asynchronous serial signals;
no settings necessary.
• Powerful 1300 nm/1550 nm port with
LC-single connector for distances up to
40 km via one 9/125 μm mono-mode
FO cable
• 24 to 250 V DC and 115/230 V AC
wide-range power supply with alarm
relay.
• Data exchange display by LED
• Integrated commissioning support
Description
The optical repeater exchanges serial optical signals over long distances via only one
single mono-mode FO cable. It converts
serial optical 820 nm signals at Port 1 and
Port 2 in the range 300 bit/s – 4.096 Mbit/s
to 1300/1550 nm for one mono-mode FO
cable. Both synchronous and asynchronous signals can be connected at Port 1/2.
Two independent, serial 820 nm inputs
with ST connectors are available, which are
multiplexed to Port 3. Two devices with an
optical 820 nm interface, for example the
7SD5/7SD610 line differential protection
relay or the RS232/820 nm 7XV5652 converter, can be connected to Ports 1 and 2
via multi-mode FO cables for distances of
up to 1.5 km. Signal transmission at Port 3
is achieved via the single LC connector at
wavelengths of 1300 nm/1550 nm for connection of mono-mode FO cable up to
40 km. The device can be connected to DC
battery voltages and AC supply sources.
Loops can be activated for Port 1/2 for
commissioning purposes, so that the input
signals can be mirrored at each port to
support commissioning of the fiber optical
links.
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Application
Until now, two FO cables are required for
the bidirectional transmission of protection signals. With the repeater with integrated wavelength multiplexer one FO
cable is sufficient: Two protection relays
e.g. 7SD52/7SD610 differential protection
or 7SA52/7SA6 distance protection, exchange information via Port 1 (po1).
Interference-free data exchange is performed via one optical mono-mode FO
cable up to a max. distance of 40 km.
Protection remote control with DIGSI is
connected to Port 2 of the repeater via a
7XV5450 mini star-coupler. This port
provides the serial connection to the other
substation with a PC on which DIGSI is
installed. In this way, the remote protection devices can be remotely interrogated
via Port 2. The baud rate is optimally set
to 57.6 kbit/s so that there is no difference
from local operation. The data of the
devices on the other substation can be
changed or read out during commissioning and operation. Alternatively, it is
possible to connect substation control devices, RTU or additional protection data
transmission to Port 2. This makes for optimum use of the long-distance optical
cable for two separate serial connections
for transmitting serial data between
300 bit/s and 4.096 Mbit/s.
Fig. 13/21
Transfer of protection data signals and remote control/integration via one mono-mode FO cable
(Note: Devices 7XV5461-0BK00 and 7XV5461-0BL00 must be used in pairs)
Technical data
Connections
ST connector for 820 nm for 50/125 μm and 62.5/125 μm multi-mode
FO cable
Port 3
LC-single connector for 1300 nm/1550 nm for 9/125 μm mono-mode
FO cable
Screw-type terminals 2-pole screw-type terminals for auxiliary voltage supply
3-pole make/break contact for alarm relay
Ports 1 / 2
Housing
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Interference-free 188 x 56 x 120 mm metal housing for mounting on 35 mm DIN rail to EN 50032.
Weight 0.8 kg. Degree of protection acc. to EN 60529: IP41
Power supply
Wide range 24 to 250 V DC or 115 / 230 V AC
Displays
4 LEDs
Green
Red
2 yellow
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Power supply
Alarm relays
Data exchange indication
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Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
Two-channel serial optical repeater with integrated wavelength multiplexer
7XV5461 - 0B¨00
Connection of two serial optical inputs with ST connector for 62.5/125 μm
multi-mode FO cable up to 1.5 km, from 300 bit/s – 4.096 Mbit/s
24 – 250 V DC, 115/230 V AC wide-range power supply
Alarm relay and LED for operational and fault display
Optical 1550 nm output with LC-single connector for 9/125 μm mono-mode
FO cable for distances up to 40 km (permissible path attenuation 25 dB)
K
Optical 1300 nm output with LC-single connector for 9/125 μm mono-mode
FO cable for distances up to 40 km (permissible path attenuation 25 dB)
L
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Fig. 17/37
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7XV5461
Two-Channel Serial Optical Repeater (for duplex-multi-mode FO cables)
LSP2507.tif
Function overview
Fig. 13/22
Optical repeater with
wide-range power supply
• Two independent multiplexed 820 nm
ports with ST connectors for a max. of
1.5 km via 50/125 μm and 62.5/125 μm
duplex-multi-mode FO cable.
• Data rate of serial Ports 1 / 2 from
300 bit/s - 1.5 Mbit/s. Automatic baud
rate adjustment to synchronous and
asynchronous serial signals; no settings
necessary.
• Powerful 1300 nm port with LCDuplex connector for distances up to
4 km /8 km via 50/125 μm / 62.5/125 μm
duplex-multi-mode FO cable
• 24 to 250 V DC and 115/230 V AC
wide-range power supply with alarm
relay.
• Data exchange display by LED
• Integrated commissioning support with
test loop feature
Description
The optical repeater transmits serial optical
signals over long distances via duplexmulti-mode FO cables. It converts serial
optical 820 nm signals at Port 1 and Port 2
in the range 300 bit/s - 1.5 Mbit/s to
1300 nm for duplex-multi-mode fiber cables. Both synchronous and asynchronous
signals can be connected. Two independent, serial 820 nm inputs with ST connectors are available, which are multiplexed to
Port 3. One transmit (Tx) and one receive
(Rx) signal is supported (no RTS/CTS
handshake signals). Two devices with an
optical 820 nm interface, for example the
7SD52 / 7SD610 line differential protection
relay or the RS232/820 nm 7XV5652 converter, can be connected to Ports 1 and 2
via duplex-multi-mode FO cables for distances of up to 1.5 km. Signal transmission
at Port 3 is achieved via the LC-Duplex
connector at wavelengths of 1300 nm for
connection of a duplex-multi-mode FO
cable. For Port 3 there are two options for
a max. of 4 km (1300 nm) and 8 km
(1300 nm) optical fiber lengths. The device
can be connected to all battery voltages and
AC supply sources. Loops can be activated
for Ports 1 / 2 for commissioning purposes, so that the input signals can be mirrored at the port in question.
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Typical applications
Two protection relays (for example
7SD52/7SD610 differential protection or 7SA52/7SA6 distance
protection) exchange information
via Port 1. Interference-free data
exchange is performed via optical
duplex-multi-mode FO cable up to a
distance of 4/8 km. Protection remote control with DIGSI is connected to Port 2 of the repeater via
7XV5450 mini star-coupler. This
port provides the serial connection
to the other substation with a PC
where DIGSI is installed. The protection relays on the remote substation
can be interrogated remotely via
Port 2. The baud rate is optimally set
to 57.6 kbit/s so that there is no difference from local operation. During
commissioning and operation, the
data of the device in the other substation can be changed and read out.
Alternatively, it is possible to connect a substation control system or
additional protection data transmission to Port 2. This makes for optimum use of the long-distance
optical fiber for two separate serial
connections for transmitting data
between 300 bit/s and 4.096 Mbit/s.
Technical data
Fig. 13/23
Transfer of protection data and remote control of a substation via
an optical long-distance connection
Connections
Ports 1 / 2
ST connector for 820 nm for 50/125 μm and 62.5/125 μm multi-mode FO cable
Port 3
LC-Duplex connector for 1300 nm for 50/125 μm / 62.5/125 μm multi-mode FO cable
Screw-type terminals 2-pole screw-type terminals for auxiliary voltage supply
3-pole make/break contact for alarm relay
Housing
188 x 56 x 100 mm aluminum housing for mounting on 35 mm DIN rail to EN 50032.
Weight 0.8 kg. Degree of protection to EN 60529: IP41
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Power supply
Wide range 24 to 250 V DC without switchover 115 / 230 V AC
Displays
4 LEDs
Green
Red
2 yellow
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Power supply
Alarm relays
Data exchange
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Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
Two-channel serial optical repeater (for duplex multi-mode FO cables)
7XV5461 - 0B¨00
Connection of two serial optical inputs with ST connector for 62.5/125 μm
multi-mode FO cable up to 1.5 km, from 300 bit/s to 1.5 Mbit/s
24 to 250 V DC, 115/230 V AC wide-range power supply
Fault relay and LED for operational and fault display
Optical 1300 nm output with LC-Duplex connector for 50/125 μm / 62.5/125 μm multi-mode
FO cable for distances up to 4 km (permissible path attenuation 13 dB)
F
Optical 1300 nm output with LC-Duplex connector for 50/125 μm / 62.5/125 μm multi-mode
FO cable for distances up to 8 km (permissible path attenuation 29 dB)
E
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7XV5550
Active Mini Star-Coupler
Function overview
LSP2359-afpen.tif
One optical input and 4 optical outputs or
one RS485 input and 5 optical outputs
Fig. 13/24
Active mini star-coupler
Description
Five optical ports allow the active mini
star-coupler to centrally or remotely communicate with devices with serial interfaces
using different baud rates and data formats. Using a simple ASCII sequence, only
one of the available output channels is
switched to a transparent full duplex operation. The active mini star-coupler can be
used with any terminal program or for
SIPROTEC protection relays with the
DIGSI operating program. Each of the
input and output channels can be
parameterized independently to the device
attached by adjustable baud rates and data
formats or as input or output ports. For
communication with more than 5 devices,
the active mini star-coupler can be
cascaded together with an RS485 bus in
half-duplex mode with further devices.
• RS232 interface for local access
• RS485 interface for bus structure
• Baud rate and data format can be
set independently for each port
• Baud rate 1200 baud – 115 kbaud
• Data format 8N1, 8N2, 8E1
• Max. distance: 1.5 km with 62.5/125 µm
multi-mode FO cable
• Light idle state:
Light ON/light OFF selectable
• Wide-range power supply with
self-supervision function and alarm
contact
• Optical ST connectors
Please note:
The 7XV5450 passive mini Star-coupler
is recommended for controlling several
SIPROTEC 3 or SIPROTEC 4 devices with
DIGSI or for communication by a remote
control system.
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Application
Using the integrated optical interfaces of
the active mini star-coupler, data transmission for the protection relays V1/2,
SIPROTEC 3 or 4 can be performed centrally or remotely with DIGSI. When using the RS485 bus structure each active
mini star-coupler provides five optical
outputs. An RS232 interface is available
for local operation with a notebook. The
control PC (directly or via modem) always operates with the same data format,
while the interfaces to the different protection relays using other formats are
adapted accordingly. For V1/2 protection
relays, a 7XV5101-0A plug-in connector
module is required for each relay and each
relay must be connected to a separate
port.
Construction
The active mini star-coupler is provided
with a snap-on mounting housing for a
35 mm EN 50022 rail. Auxiliary power
supplies can be connected via screw-type
terminals. The fiber-optic cables are connected by ST connectors. The unit is free
of silicone and halogen as well as flameretardant.
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Technical data
Rated auxiliary voltage
24 to 250 V DC and 60 to 230 V AC
± 20 % without switchover
LEDs
3 LEDs
Green
Yellow
Yellow
Operating voltage o.k.
Receiving data
Sending data
Connectors
Power supply
2-pole Phoenix screw-type terminal
FO connections
820 nm ST connectors
RS232
9-pin SUB-D socket
RS485
2-pole Phoenix screw-type terminal
Alarm contact
2-pole Phoenix screw-type terminal
Light idle state
Light ON/OFF selectable
By jumpers
Housing
Plastic housing, EG90, charcoal grey; 90 x 75 x 105 mm (W x H x D)
for snap-on mounting onto 35 mm EN 50022 rail
Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
7XV5550 active mini star-coupler
7XV5550-0BA00
Optical active mini star-coupler with plastic housing for snap-on mounting onto 35 mm rail.
Rated auxiliary voltage 24 - 250 V DC and 110 - 230 V AC with alarm relay.
Connection of up to 4 protection units to an active mini star-coupler via FO cable
for 62.5 / 125 µm and 850 nm wavelength, max. distance 1.5 km.
Connection of PC or modem to an active mini star-coupler via FO cable
for 62.5 / 125 µm and 850 nm wavelength, max. distance 1.5 km.
Connection also by 9-pin RS232 connector.
Cascadable
Fiber-optic connectors with ST connector
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Fig. 17/35
Converter devices for rail mounting
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7XV5650/5651
RS485 – FO Converter
LSP2409-afp.tif
Function overview
Fig. 13/26
RS485 – FO converter
• Baud rates 9.6 – 115 kbaud
• Topologies:
7XV5650: Optical star
7XV5651: Optical line, RS485 bus
• Protocol transparency
• Light idle state:
Light ON/light OFF selectable
• Distance: 1.5 km with 62.5/125 µm
FO cable
• 120 Ω terminator for RS485 bus,
activated/deactivated by DIP switch
• Wide-range power supply with
self-supervision function and fault
output relay
Description
The RS485 – FO converter allows up to 31
devices to be connected with a bus-capable
electrical RS485 interface. It provides an
optical link-up to a central unit or a star
coupler. The converter has been designed
for use in substations for interference-free
transmission of serial data with rates between 9.6 and 115.2 kbaud by multi-mode
FO cable.
The 7XV5651 converter is designed to act
as a T-coupler, data can be distributed in
a line structure system, forming a basis for
building up cost-effective optical bus
systems.
The version 7XV5650 is designed for star
topology via fiber-optic connection.
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Application
The converters can be used in an optical
line structure or in an optical star structure. Application in optical line structure
allows relays to be connected interferencefree via fiber-optic cables; for indoor installation, a cost-effective RS485 bus can
be used.
Fig. 13/27 Optical line structure with connected RS485 interfaces
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Fig. 13/28 Connection of optical interfaces to an RS485 bus
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Application
Several units equipped with FO interface
and DIGSI or IEC 60870-5-103 protocol
can be connected to an existing RS485 bus
structure.
Within one system, the data format and
the baud rate have to be set to the same
values.
Fig. 13/29
Optical star structure with connected RS485 interfaces
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Construction
Technical data
The converter is provided with a snap-on
mounting housing for a 35 mm EN 50022
rail. Auxiliary power supplies can be
connected via screw-type terminals.
The fiber-optic cables are connected by ST
connectors. The unit is free of silicone and
halogen as well as flame-retardant.
Rated auxiliary voltage
24 to 250 V DC and 60 to 230 V AC
± 20 % without switchover
Current consumption
Approx. 0.2 to 0.3 A
LEDs
2/3 LEDs
Green
Yellow
Yellow
Operating voltage o.k.
Receiving data on FO channel 1
Receiving data on FO channel 2 (7XV5651 only)
Connectors
Power supply
2-pole Phoenix screw-type terminal
FO
820 nm ST connector
RS485
9-pin SUB-D socket
2-pole Phoenix screw-type terminal
Alarm contact
2-pole Phoenix screw-type terminal
Light idle state
Light ON/OFF selectable
Housing
Plastic housing, EG90, charcoal grey; 90 x 75 x 105 mm (W x H x D)
for snap-on mounting onto 35 mm EN 50022 rail
Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
7XV565 RS485 – FO converter
7XV565o-0BA00
Converter with 1 RS485 interface and 2 FO cables
for transmission rates from 9.6 kbaud to 115 kbaud
With plastic housing for snap-on mounting on 35 mm rail.
Rated auxiliary voltage 24 - 250 V DC and 110 - 230 V AC
with alarm contact.
Connection of units with RS485 interface
by 9-pin SUB-D connector or screw-type terminals.
Connection of PC or modem to a star coupler via FO cable
for 62.5/125 µm or 50/125 µm and 850 nm wavelength.
Fiber-optic connectors: FO 820 nm with ST connector
1 channel
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7XV5652
RS232 – FO Converter
LSP2406-afpde.tif
Function overview
Fig. 13/31
RS232 – FO converter
• Serial baud rates up to 115 kbaud
• No setting of baud rate necessary
• Protocol transparency
• Light idle state: Light ON / light OFF
selectable
• Distance: 3 km with 62.5/125 µm FO
cable
• Wide-range power supply with
self-supervision function and alarm
contact
• Supports the serial TxD and RxD lines
of the RS232 interface.
No handshake lines supported
Description
The RS232 – FO converter is used to convert serial RS232 signals to FO transmission signals in full duplex mode. It has one
FO channel for transmission and one for
receiving, as well as a protected RS232 interface rated to withstand 2 kV discharges,
thus allowing direct connection to the
serial system interface of SIPROTEC relays.
It is designed to be used in substations for
isolated, interference-free transmission
of serial signals to a central unit, a star
coupler or a PC.
The converter supports the conversion of
serial TxD (transmit) and RxD (receive)
signals to an optical output. No handshake
signals are supported.
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Application
With the serial RS232 – FO converter, an
existing RS232 interface at a SIPROTEC
relay can be upgraded to an optical 820 nm
interface to connect the relay with further
optical components for central and remote
interrogation with DIGSI. Another application is the interfacing between a line differential relay and a communication
network, which provides electrical RS232
inputs. The connection between the communication room, where the converter is
located, and the relay is executed without
interference via multi- mode FO cables
(Fig. 13/32).
Construction
The converter is provided with a snap-on
mounting housing for a 35 mm EN 50022
rail. Auxiliary power supplies can be
connected via screw-type terminals. The
fiber-optic cables are connected by ST connectors. The unit is free of silicone and
halogen as well as flame-retardant.
Fig. 13/32
Remote interrogation with the RS232 interface
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Technical data
Rated auxiliary voltage
24 to 250 V DC and 60 to 230 V AC
± 20 % without switchover
Current consumption
Approx. 0.1 to 0.2 A
LEDs
1 LED
Green
Operating voltage o.k.
Connectors
Power supply
2-pole Phoenix screw-type terminal
FO cables
820 nm ST connectors
RS232
9-pin SUB-D socket
Alarm contact
2-pole Phoenix screw-type terminal
Light idle state
Light ON/OFF selectable
Housing
Plastic housing, EG90, charcoal grey;
90 x 75 x 105 mm (W x H x D)
for snap-on mounting onto 35 mm
EN 50022 rail
Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
7XV5652 RS232 – FO converter
7XV5652-0BA00
For conversion of FO to RS232 (V.24) signals up to 115 kbaud
With plastic housing for snap-on mounting on 35 mm rail
Rated auxiliary voltage 24 - 250 V DC and 110 - 230 V AC with alarm contact.
Connection of units with RS232 interface by 9-pin SUB-D connector
Connection of PC, star coupler, modem via FO cable for 62.5/125 µm and 850 nm wavelength
Fiber-optic connectors: FO 820 nm with ST connector
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Dimension drawings in mm / inch
Fig. 17/35
Converter devices for rail mounting
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7XV5653
Two-Channel Binary Transducer
LSP2361-afpde.tif
Function overview
Fig. 13/33
Binary transducer
Description
The transducer registers binary information from contacts via two binary inputs
and forwards it interference-free to the second transducer via fiber-optic cable. The
indications/signals received by this second
transducer are put out via its contacts. The
two contacts can be used as trip contacts.
The transducer is equipped with independent and bidirectional binary inputs (2) and
contact outputs (2).
• 2 isolated binary inputs
(24 to 250 V DC)
• 2 isolated trip contacts
• Fast remote trip via a serial
point-to-point link of up
to 115 kbaud/12 ms.
• Telegram-backed interference-free
transmission via FO cable
• Permanent data link supervision and
indication
• Distance of approx. 3 km via
multi-mode FO cable 62.5/125 µm
• Transmission of up to 170 km
via mono-mode FO cable with
7XV5461 repeater
• Transmission via communication networks and leased lines and pilot wires
with 7XV5662-0AC01 communication
converters
• Wide-range power supply with
self-supervision function and alarm
relay
The transducer has been designed for application in substations. Highly reliable,
telegram-backed serial data transmission is
used between the transducers. Transmission errors and failure of the data link are
indicated via an alarm contact, i.e. a permanent supervision of power supply and
the datalink is integrated in the transducer.
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Application
With a communication converter, the
transducer can be interfaced to different
kinds of communication links. Modern
N x 64 kbit/s digital networks can be used.
Existing pilot wires can also be used for
data exchange between the relays. The
data to be exchanged includes directional
signals, intertrip signals and other information.
LSA4063-aen.eps
The bidirectional transducer registers binary information at two binary inputs and
forwards it via fiber-optic cable to a second transducer, which outputs the signals
via contacts. Distances of about 3 km can
be covered directly via multi-mode fiberoptic cables. The 7XV5461 repeater is
available for distances up to 170 km via
mono-mode fiber-optic cable. (Fig. 13/34)
With two transducers connected to
7XV5461, up to four binary signals can
be transferred. One application is phaseselective intertripping.
8
170
Fig. 13/34
Construction
The converter is provided with a snap-on
mounting housing for a 35 mm EN 50022
rail. Auxiliary power supplies can be
effected via screw-type terminals. The fiber-optic cables are connected by ST connectors. The unit is free of silicone and
halogen as well as flame-retardant.
X = A: Options for the communication link:
G.703.1, X.21 interface to a communication network
X = C: pilot-wire cable up to 10 km
X = D: G.703.6 (E1/T1) interface to a communication network
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Technical data
Rated auxiliary voltage
24 to 250 V DC and 60 to 230 V AC
± 20 % without switchover
Current consumption
Approx. 0.15 to 0.25 A
LEDs
6 LEDs
1 x green
2 x yellow
2 x yellow
1 x red
Operating voltage o.k.
Contact unit ½ active
Command relay ½ active
Alarm
Connectors
Power supply
2-pole Phoenix screw-type terminal
FO connection
820 nm FSMA screw-type connector
FO connection
820 nm ST connector
Binary inputs
4-pole Phoenix screw-type terminal
Alarm contact
2-pole Phoenix screw-type terminal
Light idle state
Light ON/OFF selectable
Housing
Plastic housing, EG90, charcoal grey;
90 x 75 x 105 mm (W x H x D) for snap-on mounting onto 35 mm EN 50022 rail
Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
7XV5653 two-channel binary transducer
7XV5653-0BA00
Binary signal transducer
Plastic housing, for snap-on mounting onto 35 mm EN 50022 rail
Rated auxiliary voltage 24 to 250 V DC
and 110 to 230 V AC with alarm relay, 2 binary inputs, 2 trip contacts,
1 alarm relay with potential-free contact for pilot-wire supervision
Connection to a second transducer via FO cable for 62.5 / 125 µm
and 820 nm wavelength (ST connectors). Max. distance 3 km.
Connection to a second transducer via a communication system
with a RS232 interface, 9-pin SUB-D connector, baud rate settable by DIP-switches
Fiber-optic connectors with ST connector
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Dimension drawings in mm / inch
Fig. 17/35
Converter devices for rail mounting
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7XV5655-0BB00
Ethernet Modem for Substations
LSP2806.tif
Function overview
Fig. 13/36
Front view of the Ethernet modem
Description
A control PC and protection relays can exchange serial data via an Ethernet network
using two Ethernet modems 7XV5655.
Connection to the Ethernet modem is in
each case made via the asynchronous serial
interface of the terminal devices. In the
modem the serial data is packed into the
secure IP protocol as information data,
and is transferred between the modems
using the Ethernet connection. Conformity
with the standard and gap-free transmission of serial DIGSI or
IEC 60870-5-103/101 telegrams (frames)
via the network is ensured by the modem
which receives the serial telegram communication and packs the serial IEC telegrams
into blocks for communication via the
Ethernet. Data is transmitted in full duplex
mode, the serial handshake is not supported. Connection is set up between the
IP address of the dialing modem in the
office and the IP address of the answering
modem in the substation and is configured
prior to dial up with DIGSI by means of
AT commands via the RS232 interface.
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• RS232 interface for data transfer and
configuration of the modems
• Serial data rate and data format
(RS232/RS485) for the terminal devices
is selectable from 2.4 kbit/s up to
57.6 kbit/s with data format 8N1, 8E1
• FO interface for serial data transfer
• 10 Mbit Ethernet interface (LAN) to the
10/100 Mbit Ethernet network
• Increased security with password
protection and IP address selection is
possible
• Exchange of serial data via Ethernet
network between two Ethernet modems
(e.g. DIGSI protocol, IEC 60870-5-103
protocol)
• Exchange of serial protocols via Ethenet
without gaps in the telegram structure
The substation modem may be configured
to have password protection, and provides
the additional security feature, permitting
access only from defined IP addresses, e.g.
only that of the office modem. The modem
is accessed with DIGSI Remote like a normal telephone modem with the exception
that instead of telephone numbers, IP addresses are assigned by the network administrator for each modem.
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Application
LSA4475-aen.eps
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compact
Fig. 13/37
Operation of various SIPROTEC protection unit generations via Ethernet modems
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Using the office computer and DIGSI 4,
both substations 1 and 2 may be dialed up
via the Ethernet modems. An IP pointto-point data connection is established between the office and corresponding
substation modem when dialed up via the
network. This is maintained until the office
modem terminates the connection. The serial data exchange takes place via this data
connection whereby the modem converts
the data from serial to Ethernet with full
duplex mode. Between the office modem
and the office PC the highest data rate e.g.
57.6 kbit/s for SIPROTEC 4 devices is always used. The serial data rate of the substation modem is adapted to the data rate
required by the protection relays e.g. substation modem 1 with 57.6 kbit/s for
SIPROTEC 4 and substation modem 2
with 9.6 kbit/s for SIPROTEC 3 devices.
These settings are only pre-set once in the
modem.
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The Ethernet modems are integrated similarly to telephone modems in DIGSI 4.
Instead of the telephone number, the
pre-set IP address assigned to the modem
is selected. If later an Ethernet connection
is available in the substation, the existing
modem can be replaced by an Ethernet
modem. The entire serial bus structure and
cabling may remain unchanged.
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Technical data
Connections
RS232 interface 9-pin SUB-D or
RS485 interface 9-pin SUB-D settable by switches
FO interface 820 nm with ST connectors for the connection to 62.5/125 μm multi-mode FO cables.
Ethernet 10BaseT, 10/100 Mbit, RJ45 connector
Power supply / Fail safe relay with screw-type terminals
Housing
Rail mounting, plastic, charcoal grey, 90 x 90 x 107 (W x H x D) in mm
Wide-range power supply / fail safe relay
Auxiliary voltage 24 to 250 V DC and 115/230 V AC connected with screw-type terminals
Fail safe relay for power supervision connected with screw-type terminals
Indication (8 x LED)
Power
RS232 T x D
LAN T x
Error
Selection and ordering data
Operating voltage o.k.
Transmitting data to RS232
Transmitting data to LAN
Error on RS232
System
RS232 R x D
LAN R x
Link LAN
RS232 connection established
Receiving data from RS232
Receiving data from LAN
LAN connection established
Description
Order No.
Ethernet modem
7XV5655 - 0BB00
Ethernet modem for serial, asynchronous transmission of data up to
57.6 kbit/s via the 10/100 Mbit Ethernet and configuration software
DIN-rail device mounting device suitable for substation.
Connection to Ethernet via RJ45 connector. Serial connection SUB-D 9-pin socket
RS232/RS485 interface settable by switches.
FO interface 820 nm for 62.5/125 μm multi-mode - FO cables.
Auxiliary supply 24 - 250 V DC and 115/230 V AC.
Fail safe contact for device supervision.
With gender-changer (pin-pin) for adaptation to
DIGSI - cable 7XV5100-4 (cable not included in the scope of supply).
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Fig. 17/35
Converter devices for rail mounting
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7XV5655-0BA00
Ethernet Serial Hub for Substations
LSP2807.tif
Function overview
Fig. 13/38
Front view of Ethernet serial hub for substation
Description
By means of the serial hub and the associated configuration software it is possible to
establish serial communication via an
Ethernet network between a PC or notebook running DIGSI 4 and SIPROTEC
protection relays. The configuration software installs virtual serial interfaces (Com
ports) on the PC. Each COM port is allocated to a serial hub within the network by
means of its IP address. This must be set in
the serial hub. The PC is connected to the
network via Ethernet interface. The protection relays are connected via an
RS232/RS485 or FO interface to the serial
hub. Connection with DIGSI is achieved
via the virtual COM port on the PC and
the IP address of the serial hub in the substation. The serial data is packed as user
data into a secure IP protocol in the PC
and transferred via the Ethernet connection to the serial hub. The requirements
regarding standard compliant gap-free
transmission of serial DIGSI or
IEC 60870-5-103/101 telegrams (frames)
via the network is complied with by the
communication driver on the PC and the
serial hub which monitor the serial telegram communication. The serial IEC telegrams are transferred in blocks across the
Ethernet. Data communication is full
duplex. Control signals of the serial interfaces are not used.
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• Configuration software for Windows
NT/2000/XP to configure virtual COM
ports on the PC and for configuration
of the serial hub.
• RS232/RS485 - interfaces for data transfer and configuration of the serial hub
• FO interface for serial data transfer
• Serial data rate and data format (RS232)
for the terminal devices is selectable
from 2.4 kbit/s up to 57.6 kbit/s with
data format 8N1, 8E1.
• 10 Mbit Ethernet interface (LAN) to
the 10/100 Mbit Ethernet network.
• Better security with password protection for the access to the protection
relays via the serial hup
• Exchange of serial data via Ethernet
network (e.g. DIGSI protocol,
IEC 60870-5-103 protocol)
• Exchange of serial protocols via
Ethernet without gaps in the telegram
structure
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LSA4477-aen.eps
Application
compact
Fig. 13/39
Operation of various SIPROTEC protection unit generations via serial hub
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From the office PC running DIGSI 4 it is
possible to select one of the serial hubs 1
and 2 via one of the virtual COM ports. In
DIGSI 4, when the COM port is selected, a
IP point-to-point data connection via the
network is established and maintained between the office and the relevant substation
modem until the interface is released. The
serial data exchange takes place via this
data link, whereby the data conversion
from serial to Ethernet is full duplex. The
office PC towards the network is always
operating with high data rate, as the data
is fed to the network via the network driver
on the PC. The serial data rate of the serial
hub in the substation is adapted to the
baud rate set in the protection relay, e.g.
serial hub 1 with 57.6 kbit/s for SIPROTEC 4
and serial hub 2 with 9.6 kbit/s for
SIPROTEC 3 devices. These parameters
must be pre-set on the serial hub. With
DIGSI 4 the serial hubs are integrated by
means of further serial COM ports
(max. 254). The connection to the IP address of the serial hub in the network is
achieved by opening the corresponding
COM port. If an Ethernet network to the
substation or in the substation is available,
serial data can then be transferred via this
network.
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The existing serial star or bus structure
with cabling in the substation can still be
used.
SIPROTEC 4 devices from version 4.6 and
newer with integrated Ethernet interface
may be connected directly to the router
or switch by means of a patch cable.
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Technical data
Connections
RS232 interface 9-pin SUB-D socket or
RS485 interface 9-pin SUB-D socket selectable via DIL switch.
FO interface 820 nm with ST connectors for connection to multi-mode FO cables.
Ethernet 10BaseT, 10/100 Mbit, RJ45 connector to Ethernet
Auxiliary voltage/alarm relay (5 terminals)
Housing
Rail mounting, plastic, charcoal grey, 90 x 90 x 107 (W x H x D) in mm
Wide-range power supply
Auxiliary voltage 24 to 250 V DC and 115/230 V AC connected with screw-type terminals
Alarm relay for monitoring of the device
Indication (8 x LED)
Power
RS232 T x D
LAN T x
Error
Selection and ordering data
Operating voltage o.k.
Transmitting data to RS232
Transmitting data to LAN
Error on RS232
System
RS232 R x D
LAN R x
Link LAN
RS232 connection established
Receiving data from RS232
Receiving data from LAN
LAN connection established
Description
Order No.
Ethernet hub for substations
7XV5655 - 0BA00
Serial hub for serial, asynchronous transfer of data up to 57.6 kbit/s
via 10/100 Mbit Ethernet including configuration software.
Connection to the Ethernet via RJ45 connector. Serial connection with
RS232/RS485 interface via SUB-D 9-pin socket or optical with 820 nm
ST connector and multi-mode FO cable.
Wide-range auxiliary supply for 24 - 250 V DC and 115/230 V AC.
With gender-changer (pin-pin) for adaptation to
DIGSI cable 7XV5100-4 (cable not included in the scope of supply).
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Fig. 17/35
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Communication Converter for X.21/RS422 and G.703.1
LSP2459-afp.tif
Function overview
Fig. 13/40
Communication converter for X.21/RS422 and G.703.1
Description
The communication converter for coupling to a communication network is a peripheral device linked to the protection
device via fiber-optic cables, which enables
serial data exchange between two protection relays. A digital communication network is used. The electrical interfaces in
the CC-XG for the access to the communication device are selectable as X.21
(64 kbit/s, 128 kbit/s, 256 kbit/s or
512 kbit/s) or G.703.1 (64 kbit/s). At the
opposite side, the data are converted by
second communication converter so that
they can be read by the second device. The
communication converters thus allow two
protection devices to communicate synchronously and to exchange large data volumes over large distances. Typical
applications are the serial protection interfaces of differential protection and distance
protection of the devices 7SD5, 7SD6,
7SA52 and 7SA6, where 7XV5662-0AA00
must be used.
The data transfer between the protection
devices is realized as a point-to-point connection that is bit-transparent. Data must
be exchanged via dedicated communication channels, not via switching points.
• Optical interface with ST connector for
connection to the protection unit
• Distance: 1.5 km with 62.5/125 µm
multi-mode FO cable between CC-XG
and the protection unit / serial device
• Electrical interface to the communication device via SUB-D connector
(X.21, 15 pins, settable to 64, 128, 256
or 512 kbit/s) or with 5-pin screw-type
terminals (G.703.1, 64 kbit/s).
• Synchronous data exchange for 7SD52,
7SD6, 7SA6 and 7SA52 protection
relays (communications converter
version – 0AA00)
• Asynchronous data exchange for 7SD51
protection relay, 7XV5653 or other
devices with asynchronous interface
(communication converter version –
0AA01)
• Max. cable length between communication device and communication converter: 100 m for X.21 /RS422
• Max. cable length between communication device and communication converter: 300 m for G.703.1
• Monitoring of:
– auxiliary supply voltage,
– clock signal of communication
network
– and internal logic
• Loop test function selectable by
jumpers in the CC-XG
• Wide-range power supply unit (PSU)
for 24 to 250 V DC and 115 to 250 V AC
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Should asynchronous serial data of differential protection 7SD51 or of the binary signal
transducer 7XV5653 be transmitted, the
device 7XV5662-0AA01 must be used
(asynchronous from 300 bit/s to 115.2 kbit/s
dependent on the baudrate set for X.21 or
G.703.1 interface). Interference-free connection to the protection device is achieved
by means of a multi-mode fiber-optic
cable, with ST connectors at the CC-XG.
The maximum optical transmission
distance is 1.5 km (0.93 mile).
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Application
The CC-XG can be used for two
applications.
One application is the synchronous
serial data exchange (converter
version – 0AA00) between
SIPROTEC 4 differential relays
(7SD52, 7SD6) and/or the serial
teleprotection between distance relays (7SA6 and 7SA52). The relays
have to be equipped with an optical 820 nm plug-in module “FO5”.
Another application is the transmission of asynchronous serial
data to the line differential protection relay 7SD51 or the binary
signal transmitter 7XV5653.
Functions
The protection unit is optically
linked to the CC-XG, which makes
interference-free data transfer between the CC-XG and the protection unit possible. The communication converter is located close to
the communication device. It
adapts the FO active interface of
the protection relay to the electrical
specifications of the communication network interface. The interface types – optionally X.21/RS422
or G.703.1 – and the required
transmission rate can be set by
means of jumpers.
Data transfer between the protection units is effected on the basis of
a point-to-point connection, furthermore it is a synchronous,
bit-transparent transmission via
the communication network.
Fig. 13/41
Connection of two protection devices via a communication
network linked with 7XV5662-0AA0x
Technical data
Rated auxiliary voltage
24 to 250 V DC
± 20 %
115/230 V AC
± 20 % without switchover
Power consumption
Approx. 3.5 W
LEDs
4 LEDs
LED 1
Red: Error
LED 2
Yellow: Receiving from
X.21/RS422/G.703 interface
LED 3
Yellow: Transmitting to
X.21/RS422/G.703 interface
LED 5
Green: Operating voltage o.k.
Connectors
Power supply
2-pole screw-type terminal
Alarm/ready contact
3-pole make/break contact
Serial G.703.1 interface
5-pole receive and transmit line
SUB-D connector
15-pin SUB-D connector for electrical
X.21/RS422 interface
FO cable
820 nm, 2 ST connectors for TxD and
RxD for 62.5/125 µm multi-mode FO
(max. distance to protection unit
1.5 km)
Housing
Aluminium die-cast housing
Dimensions 188 x 56 x 120 mm
(WxHxD)
Weight
Approx. 0.8 kg
Degree of protection
According to EN 60529: IP41
For snap-on mounting onto 35 mm EN 50022 rail
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Technical data
Operating mode
Synchronous operation with
7XV5662-0AA00 for 7SD52, 7SD6, 7SA52 and 7SA6
G.703.1: Interface selectable by jumper X30 in position 2 - 3
Setting in the protection unit
Setting in CC-XG by jumper
64 kbit/s per parameter
64 kbit/s by jumper X20 = 1
X.21/RS422: Interface selectable by jumper X30 in position 1 - 2
Asynchronous operation with
Setting in the protection unit
Setting in CC-XG by jumper:
64 kbit/s per parameter
64 kbit/s by jumper X20 = 1
128 kbit/s per parameter
128 kbit/s by jumper X22 = 1
256 kbit/s per parameter
256 kbit/s by jumper X24 = 1
512 kbit/s per parameter
256 kbit/s by jumper X26 = 1
7XV5662-0AA01 for 7SD51, 7XV5653 and units with asynchronous serial
interface (no handshake supported, only serial TxD and RxD signals are
supported)
G.703.1: Interface selectable by jumper X30 in position 2 - 3
Setting in protection unit
Setting in CC-XG by jumper
max. 19.2 kbit/s
64 kbit/s by jumper X20 = 1
X.21/RS422: Interface settable by jumper X30 in position 1 - 2
Setting in protection unit
Selection and ordering data
Setting in CC-XG by jumper
max. 19.2 kbit/s async.
64 kbit/s by jumper X20 = 1
max. 38.4 kbit/s async.
128 kbit/s by jumper X22 = 1
max. 57.6 kbit/s async.
256 kbit/s by jumper X24 = 1
max. 115.2 kbit/s async.
512 kbit/s by jumper X26 = 1
Description
Order No.
Communication converter for X.21/RS422/G.703.1 interface
7XV5662 - 0AA0¨
Converter to synchronous or asynchronous serial coupling of protection
units with optical inputs/outputs with ST connector to
communication devices with electrical X.21/RS422 or G.703.1 interface.
Connection to protection unit via FO cable for 62.5/125 µm and
820 nm wavelength, max. distance 1.5 km, ST connectors
Electrical with X.21/RS422 (15-pin SUB-D connector) or G.703.1
(screw-type terminal)
Baud rate and interface type selectable by jumpers
For synchronous operation with 7SD52, 7SD6, 7SA6, 7SA52
For asynchronous operation with 7SD51, 7XV5653 or serial devices
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Fig. 17/37
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7XV5662-0AC00/7XV5662-0AC01
Communication Converter for Pilot Wires
LSP2460-afp.tif
Function overview
Fig. 13/42
Communication converter for pilot wires
Description
The communication converter copper
(CC-CO) is a peripheral device linked to
the protection device which enables serial
data exchange between two protection
relays. It uses a single pair of copper wires
(pilot wire) that may be part of a telecommunications cable or of any other suitable
symmetrical communications cable (no
Pupin cable). At the opposite side, the data
are converted by a second communication
converter so that they can be read by the
second protection device. The communication converters (master/slave) thus allow
two protection devices to communicate
synchronously and to exchange large data
volumes over considerable distances. Typical applications are the protection interfaces of differential protection and distance
protection of the devices 7SD5, 7SD6,
7SA52 and 7SA6, where 7XV5662-0AC00
must be used (synchronous connection
with 128 kbit/s). Should asynchronous serial data of differential protection 7SD5 or
of the binary signal transducer 7XV5653 be
transmitted, the device 7XV5662-0AC01
must be used (asynchronous from 300 bit/s
to 38.2 kbit/s).
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Interference-free connection to the protection device is achieved by means of a
multi-mode fiber-optic cable, with ST
connectors at the CC-CO. The maximum
optical transmission distance is 1.5 km
(0.93 mile). The data transfer between the
protection devices is realized as a point-topoint connection that is bit-transparent.
Data must be exchanged via dedicated
pilot wires, not via switching points.
• Optical interface with ST connector
for connection to the protection unit
• Distance: 1.5 km with 62.5/125 µm
multi-mode FO cable between CC-CO
and the protection unit
• Electrical interface to the pilot wire
(line) with 2 screw-type terminals.
5 kV isolated
• Synchronous data exchange for 7SD52,
7SD6, 7SA6 and 7SA52 via pilot wire
(typ. 15 km) (CC-CO version -0AA00)
• Asynchronous data exchange for
7SD51, 7XV5653 or other units with
asynchronous interface (CC-CO version -0AA01) (typ. 15 km)
• Loop test function selectable by jumpers in CC-CO
• Master or slave mode of the CC-CO
selectable by jumper (one master and
one slave device required at the end of
the pilot wire, factory presetting: master
mode)
• Wide-range power supply with
self-supervision function and alarm
contact
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Application
The CC - CO can be used for two
applications.
One application is the synchronous
serial data exchange (converter
version – 0AA00) between
SIPROTEC 4 differential relays
(7SD52, 7SD6) and/or the serial
teleprotection between distance relays (7SA6 and 7SA52). The relays
have to be equipped with an optical 820 nm plug-in module “FO5”.
Another application is the transmission of asynchronous serial
data via pilot wires to the line differential protection relay 7SD51
or the binary signal transmitter
7XV5653. Other serial devices may
also be used.
Fig. 13/43
If the maximum distance between
the protection units is longer than
spanned by two CC-CO, the
converters can be cascaded (see
Fig. 13/44). A power supply between the two master units is required. If the isolation level is
higher than 5 kV (provided by the
pilot wire inputs of the units), external isolation transformers (barrier transformers) can be used on
both sides. These transformers
offer 20 kV isolation voltage and
thus help to avoid hazardous high
voltages at the inputs of the
CC-CO, which might be induced
by a short-circuit from a parallel
power line or cable.
Fig. 13/44
Functions
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The protection unit is optically
linked to the CC-CO, which makes
interference-free data transfer between the CC-CO and the protection unit possible. The communication converter is located close to
the pilot wire. It converts serial
data of the protection unit into a
frequency-modulated signal. This
signal is transmitted via one pair of
copper wires of a pilot wire/communication line (bi-directional,
full duplex operation).
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By means of jumpers, one unit is
defined as “master” and the other
unit as “slave”. In a “training” during commissioning, the electrical
characteristics of the pilot wire are
measured by pressing a pushbutton,
and the CC-COs are tuned to these
characteristics.
Data transfer between the protection units is effected on the basis of
a point-to-point connection, furthermore it is a synchronous,
bit-transparent transmission. Due
to the telegram-backed data exchange, mal-operation is ruled out.
The measured characteristics are
used as parameters that will be adhered to for optimal data transfer.
Digital data transfer makes a low
insulation level of the pilot wire
possible, because no high voltages
are produced on the pilot wire
during short-circuit conditions.
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Technical data
Rated auxiliary voltage
24 to 250 V DC
± 20 %
115/230 V AC
± 20 % without switchover
LEDs
4 LEDs
LED 1
Red: Line activation
LED 2
Yellow: Line transparent
LED 3
Yellow: Data transfer
LED 5
Green: Power ON
Connectors
Power supply
2-pole screw-type terminal
Alarm/ready contact
3-pole make/break contact
Pilot wire
2-pole for pilot-wire connection
5-kV isolated inputs
FO cable
820 nm, 2 ST connectors for TxD and
RxD for 62.5/125 µm multi-mode FO (max. distance to protection unit
1.5 km)
Pushbutton
Measuring and training of
parameters of the pilot wire
Housing
Aluminum die-cast housing
Dimensions 188 x 56 x 120 mm (WxHxD)
Weight
Approx. 0.8 kg
Degree of protection
According to EN 60529: IP41
For snap-on mounting onto 35 mm EN 50022 rail
Operating mode
Synchronous operation with
7XV5662-0AC00 for 7SD52, 7SD6, 75A52 and 7SA6
Setting in the protection unit: 128 kbit/s per parameter
Setting in CC - CO: 128 kbit/s. No setting required
Asynchronous operation with
7XV5662-0AC01 for 7SD51, 7XV5653 and units with asynchronous serial
interface (no handshake supported, only serial TxD and RxD signals are
supported)
Max. baud rate for protection unit: 38.4 kbit/s
Max. baud rate for CC - CO 128 kbit/s.
No setting required
Max. distance with pilot wire
AWG 22 / 0.33 mm2 / 51.7 Ω/km: max. 11 km
AWG 26 / 0.13 mm2 / 137 Ω/km: max. 4.5 km
Shielded twisted pair (STP) recommended. Max. loop resistance: 1400 Ω
Attenuation < 40 dB at 80 kHz
Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
Communication converter for pilot wires
7XV5662 - 0AC0¨
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Converter for synchronous or asynchronous serial coupling of protection
units with optical inputs/outputs with ST connector to
conventional pilot wires. 5-kV isolation of unit analog inputs
towards the pilot wires.
Connection to protection unit via FO cable for 62.5/125 µm and
820 nm wavelength, max. distance 1.5 km, ST connectors
Synchronous serial data 128 kbit/s
Asynchronous serial data rate max. 57.2 kbit/s
For synchronous operation with 7SD52, 7SD6, 7SA6, 7SA52
For asynchronous operation with 7SD51, 7XV5653 for other units
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Fig. 17/37
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7XV5662-0AD00
Two-Channel Serial Communication Converter G.703.6
LSP2898.tif
Function overview
Fig. 13/45
Communication converter
• Interference-free protection data
transfer of two independent serial data
signals, selectable either in synchronous
or asynchronous mode.
• PC interface for operation of devices at
the remote line end.
• Network interface as E1 or T1 format
for connection to multiplexer.
• Wide range power supply from 24 V to
250 V DC and 115/230 V AC with
failsafe relay.
• Indication of the data exchange via LED
• Integrated commissioning aid (loop
test)
Description
The CC-2M communication converter is
used for serial data transmission over long
distances via a communication network. It
converts synchronous or asynchronous serial 820 nm optical input signals at inputs
FO1 and FO2 to a network interface and
again returns these signals at the remote
terminal via the latter's interfaces. FO1 and
FO2 may be configured independently for
either synchronous or asynchronous operation, but must be set to the same operating mode at both ends. In synchronous
mode, the interface should only be used
for exchanging the protection data of the
7SD5/7SD6 differential protection or
7SA52/7SA6 distance protection and is
preconfigured for 512 kbit/s. In asynchronous mode, the interface can be used for
connection of devices with baud rates between 1.2 to 115.2 kbit/s. A further asynchronous electrical RS232 interface is
provided for max. 115.2 kbit/s. It provides
for the connection of a serial PC interface
with DIGSI and thereby the operations interface to SIPROTEC devices at the remote
end. The G.703.6 network interface is provided in the form of 4-way screw terminals
and can be configured as a 2-Mbit/s interface with European E1 format or as a
1.544-Mbit/s interface in the American T1
format. All settings of the device are made
with jumpers, so that no special PC software is required.
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Application
Two protection devices e.g. 7SD52/
7SD610 differential protection or
7SA52/7SA6 distance protection, exchange
protection data via FO1. Interference-free
data exchange is performed via the communication network, the devices being
connected synchronously with 512 kbit/s
(connection 1; see Fig. 13/46). Protection
remote control with DIGSI is connected to
FO2 of the converter via a 7XV5450 mini
star-coupler. This port provides the
serial connection to the other substation
with a PC on which DIGSI is installed. In
this way, the remote protection devices can
be remotely interrogated via FO2 (connection 2). The baud rate is optimally set
to 57.6 kbit/s for SIPROTEC 4 devices, so
that there is no difference from local operation. The data of the devices on the other
substation can be changed and read out
during commissioning and operation.
Alternatively, it is possible to connect a
substation control system or additional
protection data transmission to FO2.
This makes for optimum use of the
1.544/2 Mbit/s transmission channel for
two separate serial connections. In addition, an asynchronous serial connection is
available via the RS232 interface, which
can be used to temporarily operate devices
of the other substation with DIGSI.
Fig. 13/46
Protection data transmission and remote control of a substation via a communication network
Technical data
Connections
FO 1 / 2
RS232
Power supply
Fail safe relay
Network E1/T1
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ST plug/ 820 nm for 50/125 μm or 62.5/125 μm multi-mode
FO cable (max. 1.5 km)
For asynchronous connection from 1.2 – 115.21 kbit/s
2-pole screw-type terminal
3-pole screw-type terminal with NC/NO contact
4-pole screw-type terminal
Housing
Aluminium housing 188 x 56 x 120 mm for mounting on 35 mm rail mounting according to EN 50032
weight 0.8 kg. Protection class according to EN 60529: IP41
Power supply
Wide range 24 to 250 V DC and 115/230 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Displays
4 LEDs
Green
Red
2 yellow
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Power supply
Fault alarm
Data transfer
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Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
Two-channel serial 1.544/2 Mbit/s communication converter
7XV5662 - 0A¨00
Conversion of 2 independent serial FO interfaces with synchronous or
asynchronous data to a E1 network interface with 2 Mbit/s (G.703.6) or
T1 network interface (1.544 Mbit/s). Two independent serial optical input
channels with ST connectors and 820 nm for multi-mode FO cable for a max. of
512 kbit/s/115.2 kbit/s for synchronous/asynchronous data.
An electrical serial RS232 interface with a max. 115.2 kbit/s constructed as a
9-pin SUB-D socket for connection with DIGSI 7XV5104 cable.
Connection from multiplexer to the E1/T1 network interface via a 4-pole
screw-type terminal. Wide-range power supply of 24 V to 250 V DC and
115/230 V AC. A make/break fail safe contact for power supply faults
or interruption of the data connection. All settings are made with jumpers in
the device (presetting for E1 and synchronous serial data input).
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Fig. 17/37
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7XV5662-6AD10
Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD-Box) TR1200
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Function overview
Fig. 13/47a
7XV5662-6AD10 RTD-box TR1200
Description
The RTD-box TR1200 can capture up to
12 temperatures with 12 measuring inputs.
2- and 3-conductor Pt 100 sensors are supported. For the 2-conductor mode, the
measured conductor resistance can be
compensated for with a corresponding setting. The measurement of temperatures
may be simulated for commissioning purposes.
• 3-digit temperature display
• 12 inputs for temperature sensors,
1 to 12 sensors can be connected
• Pt 100 thermostats with 2- or 3-conductor technology
• 1 error relay (potential-free changeover contact)
• RS485 interface (ZIEHL standard
protocol and MODBUS RTU protocol)
• LED signal the measuring channel,
error state, relay funtion and RS485
activity
• Code lock prevents parameter
manipulation
• TR600 compatible (to replace one
TR600 with 6 sensors connected)
• Universal power-supply
24 to 240 V AC/DC
• Snap-on mounting onto 35 mm
standard rail EN 60715
The output of measured values to the protection device is compatible with TR600
and implemented with bus cable
7XV5103-7AAxx via a RS485 bus.
All settings are done via 3 push buttons on
the front of the device. Entry can be
blocked via a code.
The TR1200 has a wide-range power supply
from 24 – 250 V DC and 115 / 230 V AC as
well as an alarm relay. Sensor failure or sensor short-circuit are alarmed and transmitted via protocol to the SIPROTEC device.
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Communication via RS485 bus
The RTD-box TR1200 is connected via
a RS485 interface to one SIPROTEC 4 bay
device with thermo function (e. g. 7SJ6,
7UT6, 7UM6) or to the compact protection 7SK80 via a serial RS485-interface
(Port B).
The special cable 7XV5103-7AAxx is used
for the connection. In the event of remote
measuring locations, the connections may
also be done using multi-mode fiber-optic
conductors and the converter 7XV5650
(see Fig. 13/47b).
For detailed information please visit
www.siemens.com/siprotec
Technical data
Operation with
Notebook or PC
DIGSI 4
SIPROTEC relays with RS485 interface e.g.
7SK80x
7SJ602
7SJ6/7UM6
SIPROTEC 4 with
FO interface
USB cable
St-A/St-B
Operation with
Notebook or PC
DIGSI cable
7XV5100-4
Port B
1-6
7-12
System
1-6
Port C/D
1-6
7-12
DIGSI 4
Port C/D
1-6
7-12
RTD-Box TR1200
(12 x PT100)
7XV5662-6AD10
FO cable 6XV8100 (62,5/125µ)
FO
alternative
RS485
RS485-FO
converter
7XV5650
Plug (male)
SUB-D conn., 9 pin
res. 120 Ohm
2 single wires
1 x RS485 cable 7XV5103-7AAxx
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Application
Fig. 13/47b
Connection of devices via a serial RS485 bus or FO cable
Rated auxiliary voltage
Auxiliary voltage VS
24 – 240 V AC/DC, 0/45 – 65 Hz < 5 VA
Tolerance
20.4 – 297 V DC, 20 – 264 V AC
Relay output
Number
1 changeover contact (CO)
Switching voltage
Max. 415 V AC
Switching current
Max. 5 A
Switching power
Max. 2000 VA (ohmic load)
Max. 120 W at 24 V DC
De-rating factor with cos
= 0.7
0.5
UL electrical ratings:
250 V AC, 3 A general use
D300 1 A 240 V AC
Rated operating current IE AC 15
DC 13
IE = 2 A
IE = 2 A
IE = 0.2 A
IE = 0.1 A
Recommended fuse
T 3.5 A (gL)
Contact service life, mech.
1 x 107 switching operations
Contact service life, electr.
1 x 105 switching operations at 250 V AC / 5 A
VE = 250 V
VE = 24 V
VE = 125 V
VE = 250 V
Sensor connection
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Number
12 x Pt 100 according to EN 60751
Measuring cycle/measuring time
0.25 to 3 s (depending on the number of sensors)
Measuring cycle/circuit resistance
0.25 to 30 s (per measuring cycle of sensor)
Measuring range
-199 to 850 °C
Resolution
1 °C
Accuracy
± 0.5 % of measured value ± 1 K
Sensor current
≤ 0.8 mA
Temperature drift
< 0.04 °C / K
Short circuit
< 15 Ohm
Interruption
> 400
Sensor resistance + circuit resistance
Max. 500 Ohm
RS485 interface
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Device address
0 to 96
Baud rate
4800, 9600, 19200 bit/s
Parity
N, O, E (no, odd, even)
Max. cable length
1000 m at 19200 bit/s
Serial protocol
Serial RTD – Protocol Ziehl / SIPROTEC
See manual for detailed protocol description
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Technical data
Test conditions
Acc. to
EN 61010
Rated impulse voltage insulation
4000 V
Overvoltage category
III
Pollution rate
2
Rated insulation level Vi
300 V
Duty cycle
100 %
Perm. ambient temperature
- 20 °C to + 65 °C
EN 60068-2-2 dry heat
Electrical isolation
Power supply – measuring inputs 3820 V DC
No electrical isolation
RS 485 interface – measuring inputs
EMC-tests
EN 61326-1
EMC test for noise emission
EN 61000-4-3
Fast transient disturbances/Burst
EN 61000-4-4 ± 4 kV
Pulse 5/50 ns, f = 5 kHz, t = 15 ms, T = 300 ms
High-energy surge voltages (SURGE) IEC 61000-4-5 ± 1 impulse: 1.2 / 50 µs (8/20 µs)
Electrostatic discharge
IEC 61000-4-2 ± 4 contact discharge, ± 8 kV air discharge
Housing
Selection and ordering data
Housing type
V8, distribution panel mounting
Size (W x H x D)
140 x 90 x 58 mm
Depth/Width
55 mm/8 TE
Circuit termination single strand
Per 1 x 1.5 mm2
Braided conductor with crimp lug
Per 1 x 1.0 mm2
Tightening torque of terminal screw
0.5 Nm (3.6 lb.in)
Protection class of housing/terminals
IP30 / IP20
Mounting vertical/horizontal
Optional
Affixing
Snap-on mounting onto standard rail mounting 35 mm acc.
to EN 60715 or screw mounting (with 2 additional brackets)
Weight
Approx. 370 g
Description
Order No.
Resistance temperature detector (RTD-box) TR1200
7XV5662 - 6AD10
Distributed input-box for 12 RTD-connections Pt100
Rail mounting plastic
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Protection class IP21
1 serial interface RS485 for communication with SIPROTEC devices
for measurements and fault reports.
Wide-range power supply 24 to 240 V AC/DC
Note: The device can be operated in a 7XV5662-2AD10 or
7XV5662-5AD10 compatible mode.
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Universal Relay/RTD-/20 mA-Box TR800 Web
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Function overview
Fig. 13/48a
7XV5662-7AD10 Universal relay / RTD-box TR800
Description
The universal relay TR800 Web has 8 measuring/sensor inputs and is able to capture
8 temperatures via PT100- (Ni100 and
Ni120) elements. The measuring values
1 - 6 may be transmitted to SIPROTEC 4
devices with thermo function via protocol.
Two universal relays with a total of 12
measuring inputs can be connected.
Connection is established via a serial
RS485 interface (see Fig. 13/48d).
The TR800 is protocol compatible
with the TR600 (7XV5662-3AD10,
7XV5662-5AD10) on the serial RS485 interface, and transmits the 6 temperatures
in the same format. In this mode, the
TR800 can replace the TR600.
In the case of 7SK80 motor protection, the
connection may alternatively be made via
the Ethernet interface, if the system interface is (pre-)assigned (see Fig. 13/48b +
13/48c). The universal relay is operated
and configured via the Ethernet interface
with a Web browser. Three conductor
thermo elements are supported. For the
dual conductor connection the measured
line resistance can be compensated for by a
software setting. Furthermore, temperatures can be simulated to test the thermofunction in the SIPROTEC devices.
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Alternatively to thermo sensors, 8 analog
values 0/4 – 20 mA DC and 0 – 10 V DC
may be measured. The output can be
scaled and the designation (°C, V, A, %)
can be adapted in the TR800. The transmission to the SIPROTEC – device however takes place via the RTD – protocol
in temperature format. 6 of the 8 analog
sensor values are available there. With 2
TR800 12 values are available. For example
5.5 mA is transferred with a temperature
value of 55 in this way and may either be
displayed as temperature in the SIPROTEC
device or compared with a set limit via
a threshold value. This allows for the
processing of analog dimensions in
SIPROTEC devices with thermo function
or their transmission to a substation control unit (e.g. SICAM PAS). In the bay control unit 6MD66 V4.8 (available since
05/2009) all 8 measuring inputs are available.
• 8 measuring inputs:
– Pt 100, Pt 1000 in 2- or 3-conductor
technology
– KTY 83 or KTY 84
– Thermocouples type B, E, J, K, L, N,
R, S, T
– 0 to 10 V DC, 0/4 to 20 mA DC
– Resistance 500 Ohm, resistance
30 kOhm
• 4 relay-outputs (each potential-free
changeover contact)
• Ethernet interface (http, https, UDP,
MODBUS, Bonjour, UpNP, SNMP)
• RS485 interface (Standard Ziehl- and
MODBUS RTU protocol)
• Universal power-supply 24 to
240 V AC/DC
• Integrated Web server for configuration, read-out of measured data,
user-management email-alarms, dataand alarm-logging
• Time-dependent control (day/night)
• Real-time clock with synchronization
with time server.
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The TR800 has a wide-range power supply
from 24 V – 250 V DC and 115/230 V AC
as well as an alarm relay. Sensor failure
or sensor short-circuit are alarmed and
transmitted via protocol to the SIPROTEC
device.
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Application
Operation with
Notebook or PC
USB cable
St-A/St-B
DIGSI 4
IP 192.168.10.2
alternative
Port A
Settings:
Sensors 1- 6
Patch cable
7KE6000-8G
IP 192.168.10.190
Universal relay TR800
7XV5662-7AD10
6 / 8 x PT100
or 10 V
or 20 mA
IP 192.168.10.190
Sensors 1- 6
Fig. 13/48b
Connection of one device via Ethernet
Communication with two TR800 Web via
Ethernet interface
If two TR800 are applied on big motors for
the purpose of measured-value capturing,
a substation hardened switch (e.g.
RUGGEDCOM RS900 or Hirschmann
RSR20) must be used. The switch, the two
TR800 Web relays, the protection device
and the operating PC constitute an autonomous subnet when they are connected via
patch cables (1:1). They may also be part of
a larger Ethernet network.
Communication via RS485 bus
One or two TR800 may be connected via a
RS485 interface to a SIPROTEC 4 device
with thermo function (7SJ6, 7UT6,
7UM6), or the compact device 7SK80.
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For connection purposes the special cables
7XV5103-7AAxx are used. In the case of
remote measuring points a connection can
also be established via a multi-mode FO
cable and the converter 7XV5650.
For different applications, 3 modes of operation are available. All three modes are
compatible with thermo box TR600 with 6
measuring inputs. The mode of operation
is set via the RS485 address of the TR800
Web.
For detailed information please visit
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Operation with
Notebook or PC
RUGGEDCOM
Switch e.g.
RS900
DIGSI 4
USB cable
St-A/St-B
Port A:
Settings:
Sensors 1-6
IP 192.168.10.190
Sensors 7-12
IP 192.168.10.191
IP 192.168.10.2
All patch cables 1:1
7KE6000-8G
2 x Universal relay TR800
7XV5662-7AD10
6/8 x PT100
or 10 V
or 20 mA
Sensors 1- 6 (7-12)
IP 192.168.10.190
IP 192.168.10.191
Sensors 1- 6
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DIGSI 4 and Web browser can run in parallel on the operating PC. Accordingly, one
of the two TR800 Web and the protection
device can be applied and read out during
normal operation. (Fig. 13/48c).
SIPROTEC with
Port A interface
7SK80x
Fig. 13/48c
Connection of two devices via Ethernet
Operation with
Notebook or PC
DIGSI 4
SIPROTEC relays with RS485 interface e.g.
7SK80x
7SJ602
7SJ6/7UM6
SIPROTEC 4 with
FO interface
USB cable
St-A/St-B
1 x RS485 cable
7XV5103-7AAxx
2 single wires
DIGSI cable
7XV5100-4
Port B
1-6
7-12
System
1-6
Port C/D
1-6
7-12
DIGSI 4
Port C/D
1-6
7-12
FO cable 6XV8100 (62,5/125µ)
2 single wires
FO
RS485
Universal relay TR800 Web
7XV5662-7AD10
(6/8 x PT100 or 20 mA)
Operation with
Notebook or PC
Universal relay TR800 Web
7XV5662-7AD10
(6/8 x PT100 or 20 mA)
RS485-FO
converter
7XV5650
Plug (male)
SUB-D conn., 9 pin
res. 120 Ohm
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If one universal relay TR800 is sufficient
for the measured-value capturing, it may
be connected directly to the protection device with a CAT5 patch cable (e.g. 7SK80x/
Port A). The setting of the TR800 Web is
done prior to connection with the same cable via a PC using a Web browser. A TR800
can also be interrogated by two or more
SIPROTEC devices. IP-address and the
UDP-Port of the TR800 may be set in the
SIPROTEC device. In this way, one
SIPROTEC device may use temperatures
1 – 3 and another device can use the temperatures 3 – 6 for processing. Each device,
however, reads in all 6 temperature values
(Fig. 13/48b).
SIPROTEC with
Port A interface
7SK80x
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Communication with one TR800 Web via
Ethernet interface
Fig. 13/48d
Connection via serial RS485 bus or FO cable
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Technical data
Rated auxiliary voltage
Auxiliary voltage VS:
24 to 240 V AC/DC, 0/45 to 120 Hz < 4 W < 8 VA
Tolerance
20.4 to 297 V DC, 20 to 264 V AC
Insulation
2000 V AC
Relay output
Number
4 x 1 changeover contact (CO)
Switching voltage
Max. 415 V AC
Switching current
Max. 5 A
Switching power
Max. 2000 VA (ohmic load)
Max. 120 W at 24 V DC
De-rating factor with cos
= 0.7
UL electrical ratings:
0.5
250 V AC, 3 A general use
240 V AC 1/4 hp. 2.9 FLA
120 V AC 1/10 hp. 3.0 FLA
C 300
D 300 1 A 240 V AC
Rated operating current IE
AC 15 IE = 3 A
DC 13 IE = 2 A
IE = 0.2 A
IE = 0.1 A
VE = 250 V
VE = 24 V
VE = 125 V
VE = 250 V
Recommended fuse
T 3.15 A (gL)
Contact service life, mech.
3 x 107 switching operations
Contact service life, electr.
1 x 105 switching operations at 250 V AC / 6 A
Real-time clock
Buffered for 7 days.
Continuous synchronization via SNTP on the Ethernet interface is possible
Test conditions
Acc. to
EN 61010-1
Rated impulse voltage insulation
4000 V
Pollution rate
2
Rated insulation level Vi
300 V
Duty cycle
100 %
Perm. ambient temperature
– 20 °C to + 65 °C
EN 60068-2-1 dry heat
Seismic safety EN 60068-2-6
2 to 25 Hz ± 1.6 mm
25 to 150 Hz 5 g
Electrical isolation
Ethernet – measuring input min. 500 V DC
No electrical isolation
RS 485 interface – measuring inputs
EMC tests
EN 61326-1
EMC test for noise emission
EN 61000-4-3
Fast transient disturbances/Burst
EN 61000-4-4 ± 4 kV
Pulse 5/50 ns, f = 5 kHz, t = 15 ms, T = 300 ms
High-energy surge voltages (SURGE)
IEC 61000-4-5 ± 1 impulse: 1.2 / 50 µs (8/20 µs)
Electrostatic discharge
IEC 61000-4-2 ± 4 contact discharge, ± 8 kV air discharge
Ethernet connection
10/100 MBit Auto-MDIX (no cross-over cable required)
Sensor connection
Measuring cycle/measuring time
(for 8 measured values)
<3s
Pt100, Pt1000 according to EN 60751:
Measured range
°C
Short circuit
Ohm
Interruption
Ohm
Sensor resistance +
circuit resistance Ohm
Sensor
min.
max.
<
>
max.
Pt 100
– 199
860
15
400
500
Pt 1000
– 199
860
150
4000
4100
When connecting Ni100 or Ni120 sensors, the conversion is done in the SIPROTEC device.
The TR800 is configured with Pt100 sensors.
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Technical data
Sensor connection (cont'd)
Accuracy
± 0.5 % of measured value ± 0.5 K
Sensor current
≤ 0.6 mA
Temperature drift
< 0.04 °C/K
Voltage/current input
Input resistance
Maximum input
signal
Accuracy of final value
0 – 10 V
12 kΩ
27 V
0,1 %
0/4 – 20 mA
18 Ω
100 mA
0.5 %
Temperature drift
< 0.02 %/K
Resistance measurement
Accuracy 0.0 ... 500.0 Ω
0.2 % of measured value ± 0.5 Ω
Accuracy 0 ... 30.00 kΩ
0.5 % of measured value ± 2 Ω
Sensor current
≤ 0.6 mA
Housing
Housing type
V8, distribution panel mounting
Size (W x H x D)
140 x 90 x 58 mm
Depth/Width
55 mm/8 TE
Circuit termination single strand
Per 1 x 1.5 mm2
Braided conductor with crimp lug
Per 1 x 1.0 mm2
Tightening torque of terminal screw
0.5 Nm (3.6 lb.in)
Degree of protection of housing/termi- IP30 / IP20
nals
Selection and ordering data
Mounting vertical/horizontal
Optional
Affixing
Snap-on mounting onto standard rail mounting 35 mm acc.
to EN 60715 or screw mounting (with 2 additional brackets)
Weight
Approx. 370 g
Description
Order No.
Universal relay/RTD-box TR800
7XV5662 - 7AD10
Distributed input-box for 6/8 RTD-connections (RTD-box)
or 6/8 x 20 mA, or 0 – 10 V
Rail mounting plastic
Protection class IP21
1 serial interface RS485 for communication of measurements
1 RJ45 interface for parameter setting via Web browser and
communication of measurements
Wide-range power supply 24 to 240 V AC/DC
Note: The device can be operated in a 7XV5662-2AD10 or
7XV5662-5AD10 compatible mode.
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7XV5662-8AD10
Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD-Box) TR1200 IP (Ethernet)
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Function overview
Fig. 13/49a
7XV5662-8AD10 RTD-box TR1200 IP (Ethernet)
Description
The RTD-box TR1200 IP has 12 sensor inputs which allow measurement of up to 12
temperatures by Pt100 sensors.
Three conductor sensors are supported.
For two conductor operation compensation of the measured conductor resistance
is possible via a corresponding setting.
All settings on the TR1200 IP can be done
through 3 keys on the front of the device or
in a Web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer).
If Ni100 or Ni120 sensors are applied, the
measured values have to be adapted in the
protection device. The 7SK80 supports this
with its integrated RTD functionality.
• 3-digit digital display for the temperature of up to max. 12 measuring points
• 12 sensor inputs; 1 to 12 sensors can be
connected
• PT100 in 2- or 3-conductor technology,
when connecting Ni100 or Ni120, conversion to the correct temperature in
the evaluation unit is required,
SIPROTEC devices (e.g. 7SK80) support this function. The EN100 module
in the SIPROTEC 4 units does not support the TR1200 IP
• 1 alarm relay (1 changeover contact)
• Electric 10 MBit/s Ethernet interface
(RTD IP protocol from ZIEHL, or
MODBUS IP protocol)
• Read-out display, configuration, simulation and firmware update via Web
browser
• Tested with Mozilla Firefox 3.5 and
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0
• LEDs for measurement allocation, error, relay status and Ethernet interface
• Code protection against manipulation
of the setpoint values
• Wide-range power supply 24 to 240 V
AC/DC
• Distributor housing for panel mounting
8 TE, front-to-back size 55 mm
• Mounting on 35 mm DIN EN 60715
standard rail.
The measured-value output to the protection device is done via Ethernet network
with RJ45 connectors.
Note: The SIPROTEC 4 system interface
with EN100 module does not support the
temperature detection of the RTD-box
TR1200 IP.
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Application
To get up to 12 measured values one
RTD-box TR1200 IP is connected via a
double screened CAT5 patch cable (1:1 or
crossed-over) directly to the protection device (e.g. 7SK80x/Port A).
The protection device is set using DIGSI 4
progam running on a Notebook via the
USB-front interface.
The RTD-box TR1200 IP is set either
through the front keys or by using a Web
browser running on the Notebook via the
Ethernet interface. For this purpose the
patch cable must be unplugged from the
protection device and then re-plugged into
the Notebook.
7SK80x
Operation with
Notebook or PC
DIGSI 4
Settings Group A:
Sensors 1-6
IP 192.168.10.190
Port 5000
Sensors 7-12
IP 192.168.10.190
Port 5001
USB cable
IP 192.168.10.2
Port A
IP 192.168.10.200
alternative
Patch cable 1:1
7KE6000-8G
IP 192.168.10.190
Port 5000
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Measurerment of up to 12 measured values
with a TR1200 IP
RTD box TR1200 IP
7XV5662-8AD10
12 x PT100
Sensors 1- 12
Fig. 13/49b
Connection of a device via Ethernet
Tip: If during commissioning a common
switch is temporarily inserted using three
patch cables, the protection device can be
set from a PC using DIGSI 4 in parallel
with the TR1200 IP.
For detailed information please visit:
www.siemens.com/siprotec
Technical data
Rated voltage
Control voltage VS:
24 to 240 V AC/DC, 0/45 to 65 Hz < 5 VA
20.4 to 297 V DC, 20.4 to 264 V AC
Relay output
Number
1 changeover contact (CO)
Switching voltage
Max. 415 V AC
Switching current
Max. 5 A
Breaking capacity
Max. 2000 VA (resistive load)
Max. 120 W at 24 V DC
Reduction factor at cos
= 0.7
0.5
250 V AC, 3 A general use
240 V AC 1/4 hp. 2.9 FLA
120 V AC 1/10 hp. 3.0 FLA
C 300
D300 1 A 240 V AC
UL electrical ratings:
Rated operating current IE
AC 15
IE = 1 A
IE = 2 A
DC 13 IE = 2 A
IE = 0.2 A
IE = 0.1 A
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VE = 400 V
VE = 250 V
VE = 24 V
VE = 125 V
VE = 250 V
Recommended series fuse
T 3.15 A (gL)
Contact service life, mech.
1 x 107 operating cycles
Contact service life, electr.
1 x 105 operating cycles at 250 V AC / 5 A
2 x 105 operating cycles at 250 V AC / 3 A
6 x 105 operating cycles at 250 V AC / 1 A
Temperature measurement
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Measurement time sensor
0.25 to 3 s (dependent on the number of sensors)
Measurement time sensor
0.25 to 30 s (for measurement cycle of one sensor)
Measurement range
–199 °C to 850 °C
Resolution
1 °C
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Technical data
Sensor connection
12 x PT100 acc. to EN 60751, connection of Ni100 and Ni120 sensors possible. Conversion of the measured values must be performed in the evaluation unit.
Measured range
°C
Short circuit
Ohm
Interruption
Ohm
Sensor resistance +
line resistance Ohm
Sensor
min.
max.
<
>
max.
Pt100
– 199
860
15
400
500
Tolerance
± 0.5 % of measurement ± 1 K
Sensor current
≤ 0.8 mA
Temperature drift
< 0.04 °C/K
Ethernet interface
Transmission speed
10 MBit/s
IP adress
Standard: 192.182.1.100, adjustable
Subnetwork mask
Standard: 255.255.255.0, adjustable
UDP port
Standard: 5000 (5001), adjustable
Max. cable length
20 m when using CAT 5 patch cable
Max. response time RTD/MODBUS
< 700 μs
Test conditions
Acc. to
EN 61010
Rated impulse withstand voltage
4000 V
Surge category
III
Pollution level
2
Rated insulation voltage Vi
300 V
Operating time
100 %
Permissible ambient temperature
during operation
– 20 °C to + 65 °C
EN 60068-2-2 dry heat
EMC – noise immunity
EN 61000-6-2
EMC – noise emission
EN 61000-6-4
Galvanic insulation
Control voltage – measurement input
3820 V DC
Ethernet – control voltage –
measurement input
500 V DC
Housing
Housing type
V8, distribution panel mounting
Dimensions (W x H x D)
140 x 90 x 58 mm
Front-to-back size/Width 55 mm/8 TE
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Wiring connection single strand
Each 1 x 1.5 mm2
Finely stranded with wire end ferrule
Each 1 x 1.0 mm2
Starting torque of the terminal screw
0.5 Nm (3.6 lb.in)
Protection class housing/terminals
IP30 / IP20
Mounting position
Arbitrary
Mounting
Snap-on mounting onto standard rail 35 mm acc. to
EN 60715 or screw mounting (with 2 additional bars)
Weight
Approx. 350 g
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Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
Resistance temperature detector (RTD-box) TR1200 IP (Ethernet)
7XV5662 - 8AD10
Distributed input-box for 12 RTD-connections Pt100
Rail mounting plastic
Protection class IP21
1 Ethernet interface for communication with SIPROTEC devices
for measurement and fault reports.
Wide-range power supply 24 to 240 V AC/DC
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GPS/DCF77 Time Synchronization System
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Features/function overview
GPS-time
signal receiver
Fig. 13/50
GPS/DFC77
time synchronization system
Description
With the GPS-time signal receiver 7XV5664
and additional components wide-range
power supply 7XV5810, mini star-coupler
7XV5450 and sync-transceiver 7XV5654,
a comprehensive solution for time synchronization of any number of SIPROTEC
protection devices is possible. A simple
PC-Software (included in the scope of delivery) facilitates the setting of the receiver
via a RS232 interface. The transmission
of the time signals (telegrams or impulses)
takes place, immune to disturbances, via a
FO cable to the protection cubicles, where
the time signals are electrically converted
with the Sync-Transceiver. The standard
version can, with the output of special protocols, also be used for the synchronisation
of further devices, e.g. Reyrolle ARGUS 1
or SIMEAS Q80. For the SIPROTEC line
differential protection 7SD52 or for
SIMEAS R-PMU, the special version provides a highly accurate pulse per second.
The GPS antenna with 25 m cable to the
receiver is included in the scope of delivery. Lightning protection is optionally
available.
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7XV5654 time
synchronization unit
(sync.-transceiver)
• GPS exterior antenna with wall
mounting and 25 m cable RG59,
lightning protection is optional
• GPS-antenna input (BNC-plug)
• PC-input, RS232 (9-pol. Sub-D plug)
with operating program and 1m connection cable
• 2 optical signal outputs FL1/2 for
FO cable 62,5/125 µm and ST-plug for
disturbance free transmission of the
signals
• Auxiliary voltage 18-60 V DC/optionally with wide-range power supply
7XV5810-0AA10, 24-250 V DC /
100-230 V AC.
• Aluminium housing for rail mounting.
Standard Version 7XV5664-0CA00:
• Signal outputs FL1/2: telegrams
selectable IRIG-B, DCF77-, NMEA,
IEC60870-5-103, second or minute
impulses.
• 3D-mode with at least 4 satellites or
Fix-mode with at least 1 satellite.
Special Version 7XV5664-0AA00:
• Signal outputs FL1/2: fixed telegrams
FL 1 = highly accurate second impulse
FL 2 = IRIG-B or DCF77
• Only 3D-mode with at least 4 satellites.
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Application
The “Normal Time” standard application
With the GPS-time signal receiver
7XV5664-0CA00 all connected protection
devices are synchronized to “Normal
Time”. In this way, the internal clock of
the protection devices is synchronized by a
standardized telegram e.g. IRIG-B, DCF77,
IEC60870-5-103, NMEA or a minute impulse.
For this purpose the protection
devices provide suitable interfaces e.g.
SIPROTEC 4 provides Port A.
The antenna is mounted to an outside wall
with free sight to the sky and the optional
lighting protection is looped into the antenna cable.
3
The transmission of the time telegrams
or synchronizing impulses takes place, immune to interference, with FO cable to the
protection devices distributed in the plant.
An extension of the optical star structure
can be implemented with the mini starcoupler 7XV5450. For the conversion of the
FO signals to 24 V signals as required by
the SIPROTEC 4 time synchronization
interfaces (Port A), sync-transceivers
7XV5654 are implemented.
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The GPS-time signal receiver is mounted
close to the antenna, and is either supplied
with auxiliary voltage via the optional
wide-range power supply from the AC
mains, or the substation battery.
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SIPROTEC 4 protection unit with GPS-time synchronization
Detailed application examples may be
found in the manual of the sync-transceivers 7XV5654.
must be smaller than one minute. Daylight
saving time must, if desired, be set manually.
The SIPROTEC 4 protection devices are
connected to the sync-transceiver
7XV5654 via “Port A” with the specially
designed bus cable system 7XV5104 (see
Fig.13/51). Note: No bus termination resistance is required here.
Protection devices are fitted with a binary
input, which captures the minute impulse
using a corresponding voltage (24-60 or
wide range 24-250 V DC) and provides this
to the internal clock. The distribution of
the impulse to the protection devices takes
place via a 2-wire bus, which must consist
of a screened twisted pair. All devices must
be located in the same earthed system, the
cable screens must be connected to the
housing on both sides.
All SIPROTEC protection devices with
internal clock
may be synchronized with the minute impulse from the GPS receiver via a binary
input. For this purpose the internal clock
of the protection device is set at each full
minute to the exact beginning of the new
minute. A pre-condition for this method is
that the internal clock of the protection device is set correctly once, and the auxiliary
voltage is buffered against failure. If the
time tracking fails for a longer period, the
difference between the internal clock of the
protection device and the normal time
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If both channels of the GPS-receiver
are set to the minute impulse, up to 20
SIPROTEC 3 devices may be connected.
Alternatively, a coupling of both output
channels of the sync-transceivers with the
DIL-switches S1/3 is possible.
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Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
GPS-time signal receiver
7XV5664-0¨A00
GPS-timing signal receiver “Special Version”
for the time synchronization of SIPROTEC 4 differential prot. devices
or SIMEAS R-PMU (Phasor Measurement Unit),
with 25 m coaxial cable, PC software with cable
(without wide range power supply unit 7XV5810-0BA00)
A
GPS-timing signal receiver “Standard-Version”
for the time synchronization of SIPROTEC 4 protection devices,
with 25 m coaxial cable, PC software with cable
(without wide range power supply unit 7XV5810-0BA00)
C
Lightning protection with plugs for connection to the antenna cable
L
Additional accessories for time synchronisation
Wide-range power supply (universal)
Universal supply voltage (48...250 V DC ± 20 %, 60...230 V AC ± 20 %)
Output voltage 24 V DC / 6 W, short-circuit proof, alarm contact
7XV5810-0BA00
Sync-transceiver
Sync-transceiver for conversion of 2 optical timing signals to 24 V DC
for the time synchronizing interface of SIPROTEC 4 (Port A)
2 optical inputs with ST-plugs and 2 electrical outputs for
max. 12 SIPROTEC 4 relays or 20 SIPROTEC 3 relays.
Minute or second pulse for special applications is also supported.
7XV5654-0BA00
Y-bus cable for time synchronizing SIPROTEC 4 (standard)
7XV5104-0AA¨¨
Y-bus cable 2-core screened with 9 pole sub-D connector
and metallic housing for clock synchronization SIPROTEC 4
Length 1 m
Length 3 m
Length 5 m
Length 10 m
0
0
0
1
1
3
5
0
Bus length extension cable (standard)
Cable for the bus length extension. Copper cable with 2-wires,
shielded with 9-pole sub-D plugs.
Length 10 m
7XV5104-1AA10
Adapter cable to sync.-transceiver 7KE6000-8 (standard)
Adapter cable to sync.-transceiver 7KE6000-8Ax. Length 0,3 m.
Shielded, 2-wires with crimp lugs to 9-pole sub-D plug (female)
7XV5104-2AA00
Adapter cable for 2 busses (standard)
Adapter cable 2 core screened for sync-transceiver 7XV5654-0BA00
for distribution of 2 busses for each 6 SIPROTEC 4 relays
Y-bus cable for time synchronizing SIPROTEC 4
Diff.-protection and SIMEAS R-PMU (special)
Y-bus cable 2-core screened with 9 pole sub-D connector
and metallic housing for clock synchronization SIPROTEC 4, e.g. 7SD5
Length 1 m
Length 3 m
Length 5 m
Length 10 m
7XV5104-3AA00
7XV5105-0AA¨¨
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0
0
1
1
3
5
0
Bus length extension cable (special)
Cable for the bus length extension. Copper cable with 4-wires,
shielded with 9-pole sub-D plugs.
Length 10 m
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7XV5673
I/O-Unit with 6 Binary In-/Outputs
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Feature overview
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7XV5673 I/O-Unit – binary I/O mirror, -binary I/O expansion, -contact multiplier
Description
I/O-Unit 7XV5673 is a binary input/output device and is designed for substations
and increased industrial environment requirements. The I/O-Unit allows the transmission of binary inputs to binary outputs
locally or via long distances. It can be used
for protection applications, e.g. overcurrent protection, signal comparison,
teleprotection or as I/O-expansion in
substation automation systems.
Function
Via binary inputs, all kinds of binary
signals of switchgear/ protection scheme
(for example tripping commands, switch
position signal, fault and status indications) are securely detected. This information can directly be distributed at this
I/O-Unit via contacts, or be transmitted
via communication links to further
I/O-Units or to automation systems.
Secured telegrams are used for the communication via Ethernet or serial connections. The parameter setting of the
I/O-Unit is simply carried out with a
standard Web browser at the PC which is
connected by the Ethernet interface.
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The I/O-Unit can be set as:
• I/O mirror: Point-to-point transfer of
binary signals between two I/O-Units via
Ethernet or a serial connection. Signal inputs and outputs assignable by the user.
• I/O expansion: Expansion of substation
controllers by binary inputs and outputs
using standard protocols.
• Contact multiplier: Distribution of signals
on one or several binary inputs via relay
contacts of the same I/O-Unit, e.g. for
isolation between different voltage levels.
• Binary inputs
– 6 ruggedized EMC – hardened
binary inputs
– Pickup voltage threshold settable to
19 V DC, 88 V DC or 176 V DC for
different station battery voltages
• Binary outputs
– 6 command relay outputs
– Safe state of contacts after loss of
connection settable by the user
• Signal/Alarm outputs
– 4 LED
• Wide-range power supply
– 24-250 V DC +/- 20 % and
100-230 V AC 45-65 Hz
• Electrical RJ45 Ethernet interface
– Cascading many devices without
additional costs by the use of the
integrated switch
• Serial fiber-optic interface (optional)
– ST-connector, 820 nm for
multi-mode fiber 62.5/ 125 µm,
typical range 2000 m using fiber
62.5 µm/125 µm,
baud rate 1.2 kBit/s – 187.5 kBit/s
settable per software
• Serial RS485-interface (optional)
Sub-D plug, 9-pole female
• Protocols, communication
– MODBUS TCP or MODBUS RTU
for connection to a substation
controller
– MODBUS UDP for point-to-point
connections between two I/O-Units
– SNTP for time synchronization
– IEC 61850* (GOOSE and Reporting)
• Housing
IP20 rail mounting
• Standards
CE, UL, IEC 60255, IEEE 61000 ...
• Environmental conditions
– EMC hardened binary I/O for
substation environment
– Extended high temperature range
up to 85 °C (16 h/day).
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Operation features
I/O-unit 2
Relay
outputs
Indication
from remote
Serial
RS485/FO
or
Ethernet
Indication
from remote
Relay
outputs
Binary
inputs
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Binary
inputs
Communication
interface
I/O-unit 1
Communication
interface
• Easy parameterization with a standard
Internet browser (no special software
required)
• Password protection against unauthorized
access
• Monitoring of data errors, loss of connection, transfer time and the state of BI, BO.
• Time synchronization with SNTP-Protocol with 1 ms resolution from an external
time server over Ethernet. Redundant
time servers are supported
• Buffer battery changeable from the front
• Fast I/O mirror: Fast transmission time
from BI pickup to contact closing between
two I/O-Units typically 11 ms for high
bandwidth connection
• Connection to a substation controller
over MODBUS TCP, MODBUS RTU
or IEC 61850 protocol *
• Blocking of data transmission with a
binary input for testing
• Battery buffered operational event log
with 1 ms resolution time stamp
• Assignment of BI / BO signals which shall
be logged into the operational buffer
• Integration into network management
systems with SNMP – protocol and
provided MIB – files.
Fig. 13/53 I/O mirror, bi-directional transmission between two devices
Application
I/O mirror function
When using the I/O-Units as I/O mirror
according to Fig. 13/53, the devices transmits the binary signals bi-directional. The
transmission takes place between the two
devices over serial links (option) or over
Ethernet networks.
Via the relay output contacts voltages
up to 250 V AC/DC and currents up to
5 A AC/DC can be switched. The pick
threshold of the binary inputs can be set
by the user on different levels.
Signal inputs and outputs can be assigned
by the user.
Extension of the transmission distance
An extension of the transmission distance
is possible. The following devices can be
used:
• With serial optical repeater 7XV5461
scalable up to 170 km
• RS485-FO Converter 7XV5650 for
cascading devices
• With different communication
converters.
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Application
COM
Binary
inputs
only serial,
uni-directional
Indication
from remote
Relay
outputs
Indication
from remote
Relay
outputs
Bus cable
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I/O-unit 3
COM
When using the I/O-Units for uni-directional binary signal transmission according
to Fig. 13/54, the devices transfer binary
signals unidirectional from one device to
several devices. In this application, the
transmission only takes place in one direction. Input signals (max. 6) from the left
unit are sending to output contacts of one
or more units on the right side.
I/O-unit 2
COM interface
I/O-unit 1
Uni-directional binary signal transmission
to further units
(up to 250 units)
Fig. 13/54 I/O mirror, uni-directional transmission from one to multiple I/O-Units
I/O expansion of a substation controller
I/O-unit 1
MODBUS server
Etnernet switch
Ethernet interface
The I/O-Unit is used as I/O expansion,
according to Fig. 13/55. Binary signals are
exchanged between a substation controller
(e.g. SICAM PAS) and the I/O-Units by
using the MODBUS TCP protocol over an
Ethernet network. If the integrated switch
in the I/O-Unit is used, the units can be
operated in a line without using additional
external switches as shown in Fig. 13/85.
Also IEC 61850 client server communication will be provided in future.
Indication
from remote
Relay
outputs
Binary
inputs
Device
(System control with
MODBUS TCP/UDP)
MODBUS client
e.g.SICAM PAS
Ethernet
Ethernet
Etnernet switch
I/O-unit 2
MODBUS server
Relay
outputs
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Binary
inputs
Ethernet *)
Ethernet
I/O-unit n
MODBUS server
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cascading with Ethernet
Y-adapter cable
7KE60008GD000BA2
Indication
from remote
Fig. 13/55 I/O expansion of a substation controller with binary inputs and outputs
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I/O-unit 1
MODBUS server
FO
Mini star
coupler
7XV5450
Optical interface
Device
(System control with
MODBUS RTU)
FO
FO
FO
Cascading
Instead of using an Ethernet network there
is also the option of serial connection with
MODBUS RTU protocol. The link can be
done by a RS485-bus line structure or an
optical star network.
Optical interface
Application
Mini star
coupler
7XV5450
Indication
from
remote
Relay
outputs
Binary
inputs
FO
FO
FO
Cascading
Optical interface
I/O-unit 2
MODBUS server
Indication
from
remote
Relay
outputs
Binary
inputs
FO for 820 nm:
2 multi-mode FO 62.5 µm/125 µm
with ST plugs, max. 1.5 km
optical interfaces of
the I/O-units
Optical interface
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I/O-unit 3
MODBUS server
Indication
from
remote
Relay
outputs
Binary
inputs
Fig. 13/56 I/O expansion for the connection to substation controller using a serial optical star topology
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Application
I/O-unit
Contact multiplier
Binary
inputs
N/BIx
P/BIx
x = 1 to 3
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Communication
interface
Fig. 13/57
Applications for remote transmission of
binary signals
P
BO1
BO2
BO3
Contact multiplier
I/O mirror
Asynchronous I/O mirror
Binary signal transmission via
communication networks using
a G.703.1/X.21 interface
7XV5673
19.2 kbit/s
38.4 kbit/s
115.2 kbit/s
The picture shows the optical connection
of an I/O-Unit to a communication converter (KU-XG) 7XV5662-0AA01, which
establishes a connection to a multiplexer
with G.703.1 or X.21 interface. This allows
the use of this communication converter
to transfer the signals via communication
network. The average delay time in the network and the signal quality is monitored
by the I/O-Unit. Also loss of connection is
indicated. In this case, the state of the binary outputs can be set by the user to a safe
condition depending on the application.
BI6
FO 820 nm
BI1
E
I/O mirror
64 kbit/s
128 kbit/s
512 kbit/s
BO6
BO1
KU-XG
KU-XG
ST ST
FO
O
Synchronous network
X.21
G703.1
Synchronous leased line in
communication network
64 kbit/s to 512 kbit/s
X.21
G703.1
FO
E
O
BO1
BO6
FO: 2 multi-mode FO 62.5 µm/125 µm with
ST plug, max. 1.5 km
BI6
BI1
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• 1 binary signal on up to 6 relay outputs
• Several binary signals to several relay
outputs assignable by the user
• Different voltage levels for inputs and
outputs in a wide voltage range to isolate
between different voltage levels.
Relay outputs
N
BO1
BO2
BO3
FO 820 nm
Input signals on one or more binary inputs
can be assigned to binary outputs of the
local device (Fig. 13/57)
KU-XG = 7XV5662-0AA01
Communication converter for:
G703.1 (64 kbit/s synchronous: 19.2 kbit/s asynchronous in I/O mirror)
X.21 (64 kbit/s to 512 kbit/s synchronous: 19.2 kbit/s to 115.2 kbit/s
asynchronous in I/O mirror)
Fig. 13/58
Binary signal exchange over a communication converter with G.703.1/X.21 interface via a
communication network
A maximum of 6 binary single signals can
be transmitted bi-directional via the communication network.
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Application
I/O mirror
BI6
BO1
FO
E
BO1
FO
E
max. O
38.4
kbit/s
O max.
Pilot wire (2-wire) up to 8 km
depending on the consistence
of the pilot wire 2 KU-KU distances
can be cascaded
BO6
38.4
kbit/s
BI6
BI1
7XV5673
FO: 2 multi-mode FO 62.5 µm/125 µm
with ST plug, max. 1.5 km
KU-KU: Communication converter - copper 7XV5662-0AC01
An additional isolation transformer allows
20 kV isolation from the pilot wire connection.
A maximum of 6 binary single signals can
be transmitted bi-directionally over the
pilot wire. The additional delay caused by
the transfer over the communication converter and pilot wire is less than 1 ms.
KU-KU
BO6
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5 kV isolation voltage
in converter
BI1
20 kV with
isolation transformer
7XR9516
KU-KU
FO 820 nm
The picture shows the optical connection
of an I/O-Unit to a communication converter 7XV5662-0AC01, which establishes
a connection via pilot wire. Only one pair
is necessary for bi-directional signal
exchange.
I/O mirror
7XV5673
FO 820 nm
Binary signal transmission via two-wire
copper cable with blocking
Fig. 13/59
Binary signal exchange of 6 signals via pilot wire connection
A typical application is the signal comparison of a directional overcurrent protection
device via pilot wires. In this case, the definite time-overcurrent protection device is
connected to the I/O-Unit via contacts and
binary inputs and directional signals are
transferred.
7XV5673
BO6
BI1
BI6
Optical repeater
with multiplexer
ST
FO
BO1
O
O
BO1
Optical repeater
with multiplexer
FO communication route:
ST
O
Single-mode FO 9 m/125 m (2 FO)
LC plug: 24 km/60 km/100 km/170 km
O
FO
BI1
Single-mode FO 9 m/125 m (1 FO)
LC plug: 40 km
BO6
I/O mirror 2
Client
7XV5673
I/O mirror 2
Server
Multi-mode FO 50 m to 62.5 m/125 m (2 FO)
LC plug: 4 km/8 km
7XV5673
BO6
BI1
ST
optional second
connection
optional second
connection
BO1
BO6
Fig. 13/60
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ST
FO 820 nm
FO 820 nm
BO1
BI6
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BI6
BI6
BI1
FO: 2 multi-mode FO 62.5 µm/125 µm
with ST plug, max. 1.5 km
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A maximum of 12 binary signals can be exchanged via long fiber optical connections
because the repeater allows connecting two
I/O-Units.
I/O mirror 1
Server
FO 820 nm
The figure shows the optical connection
of an I/O-Unit to a serial optical repeater
7XV5461-0BX00, which establishes a connection to multi-mode or single-mode
fiber cables. A max. distance of 170 km can
be reached with this application without
additional amplifiers.
I/O mirror 1
Client
FO 820 nm
Binary signal exchange of over long fiber
optic links
Binary signal exchange of up to 12 signals over long fiber optic links
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Application
For long distance connections via Ethernet
media converters or Ethernet networks can
be used. The I/O-Unit supports IP – address settings and settings for a standard
gateway. The electrical Ethernet interface
of the I/O-Unit is connected to a media
converter or switch which transfer the
signals of the units over long distance
Ethernet connections. The average delay
time in the network is measured by the
I/O-Unit.
7XV5673
BO6
BI1
ST
KU-2M
KU-2M
E
FO
O
RS232 G703.6
BO1
Synchronous leased line in
communication network
1.4 Mbit/s/2 Mbit/s (T1/E1)
E
O
G703.6 RS232
ST
FO
BI1
BO6
7XV5673
I/O mirror 3
Client
BO1
BO6
ST
optional
third
optional
connection
second
connection
BO6
7XV56520BA00
BI1
BO1
O
E
7XV5673
BO6
7XV56520BA00
BI1
BO1
O
BI6
BI6
BI1
7XV5673
BO1
E
optional
ST
third
optional
connection second
connection
FO 820 nm
7XV5673
I/O mirror 2
Server
I/O mirror 3
Server
FO 820 nm
I/O mirror 2
Client
BI6
BI6
BI6
BI1
BO6
7XV5673
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BI6
FO 820 nm
BO1
FO 820 nm
A maximum of 18 binary single signals can
be transmitted bi-directionally over the
communication network. The KU-2M is
provided with two optical and one electrical RS232 interface. Two I/O-Units can be
directly connected by an optical cable to
the KU-2M. On the RS232 interface, an additional I/O-Unit can be connected via an
optoelectronic converter. Using all input
interfaces (2 FO, 1 RS232) of the KU-2M, a
maximum of 18 signals can be exchanged
bi-directionally.
I/O mirror 1
Server
FO 820 nm
The figure shows the optical connection
of one up to three I/O-Units to a
communication converter KU-2M
7XV5662-0AD00, which establishes a
connection to a multiplexer with a G.703.6
interface (1.44 kbit/s/2 Mbit/s, E1/T1).
I/O mirror 1
Client
FO 820 nm
Binary signal transmission via a communication networks using a G.703.6 interface
FO: 2 multi-mode FO 62.5 µm/125 µm with
ST plug, max. 1.5 km
KU-2M = 7XV5662-0AD00
Communication converter for:
G703.6 (2 Mbit/s synchronous: 115.2 kbit/s asynchronous in I/O mirror)
Fig. 13/61
Binary signal exchange with G.703.6 interface via a communication network
Device configuration
The I/O-Unit is equipped with an integrated Web Server which allows easy setting using standard Internet-Browsers.
Fig. 13/62 shows the User interface. All
settings are done with the Browser. Also
operational log and commissioning aid
are supported by the Browser like the indication of the actual state of the inputs and
outputs.
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Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
I/O-Unit with 6 binary in- and outputs
7XV5673-0 J J¨ 0-1AA1
I/O-Unit with Ethernet interface and
RS485-interface
1
optical interface
2
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7XV5700
RS232 – RS485 Converter
LSP2027-afp.tif
Function overview
• Minimum baud rate: 9600 baud
• Maximum baud rate: 115 kbaud
• No setting of baud rate necessary
• Compact plug casing
• Power supply via plug in PSU
• Maximum 31 relays at RS485 bus
• Complete set for connecting 1 relay
to RS485 bus
Fig. 13/63
RS232 – RS485 converter
Description
Up to 31 SIPROTEC 4 relays with an electrical, bus-capable RS485 interface to a PC
for centralized control can be connected
via the RS232ÖRS485 converter.
The converter is housed in an expanded
plug casing. The interfaces are connected
to 25-pin female connectors. The auxiliary
voltage is supplied via a plug-in power
supply unit attached to the side. Auxiliary
voltages of 110 or 230 V AC make operation with all common AC networks possible.
A twisted and shielded cable with two wires
is required for the RS485 bus. The protection relays are connected to the bus in
series. Data transmission at a speed of
19.2 kbaud with a bus length of up to
approximately 1000 m is possible.
The converter, plug-in power supply unit
and the connecting cable to the first relay
are included in the scope of supply.
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Applications
The RS232ÖRS485 converter allows up to
31 SIPROTEC 4 protection relays with
electrical busable RS485 interfaces to be
connected to a PC notebook.
The converter is housed in an expanded
plug casing. The interfaces are connected
to 25 pin female connectors. The RS485
interface has a terminating resistor. The
auxiliary voltage is supplied via a plug-in
power supply unit attached to the side.
Auxiliary voltages of 110 V or 230 V AC
make operation with all common AC networks possible.
Fig. 13/64 Protection units connected to the RS485 bus
Note
The converter may not be used with a substation modem due to non-existing isolation. It is recommended to use the 7XV5650 and 7XV5651 converters in conjunction with the substation modem.
Functions
The converter works according to the master/slave principle. In idle state, the RS232
interface is inactive while the RS485 interface is switched to the receiving mode.
During communication, the PC (master)
sends data to the RS232 interface, which
are transmitted (half duplex) to the protection unit (slave) by the converter at the
RS485 interface. After data transmission,
the RS485 interface is once again switched
to the receiving mode. Vice versa, data
supplied by the protection unit are sent
back by the converter to the RS232 interface and to the PC.
No handshake signals are being processed
during communication. This means that
data sent by the PC are mirrored, which
may cause problems in special applications.
Connections
The PC is connected to the converter by
means of a DIGSI cable e.g. 7XV5100-2.
A twisted and shielded cable with two
wires is required for the RS485 bus. The
conductor cross section has to be adapted
to the ring cable lugs and the SUB-D connectors. The individual wires protruding
from the shield should be kept as short as
possible. The shield is connected to the
housing earth at both ends. The protection
units are connected in series to the bus.
The shield between the converter and the
protection units, or between the protection
units, is connected at both sides. Whenever
substantial cable lengths or high baud rates
are involved, a terminating resistor of
220 ohm should be applied between signal
lines A and B at the last protection unit.
Data transmission at a speed of 19.2 kbit/s,
with a bus length of up to approx. 1000 m,
is possible.
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Technical data
Design
Plug chassis
Plastics
Dimensions
63 x 94 x 16 mm (W x H x D)
Degree of protection
IP20
Power supply
Power supply
110 or 230 V AC
Via
Plug-in power supply unit
Electrical interfaces
Type
RS232 to RS485 (non-isolated)
Assignment
See Fig. 13/64
CE conformity, standards
This product is in conformity with the directive of
the Council of the European Communities on the
approximation of the laws of the Member States
relating to the electromagnetic compatibility
(EMC Council Directive 89/336/EEC).
Selection and ordering data
Conformity is proved by tests performed by
Siemens AG in accordance with the generic standards
EN 50081-1 and EN 50082-2.
Description
Order No.
7XV5700 RS232 – RS485 converter
7XV5700-¨ ¨ ¨ 0 0
Rated auxiliary voltage
Via plug-in auxiliary power supply unit (PSU) 230 V / 50 Hz AC
Via plug-in auxiliary PSU 110 V / 60 Hz AC
Connecting cable
With RS485 connecting cable for 7SJ60, 7RW60, 7SD6, 7SV60, length 1 m
With RS485 connecting cable for SIMEAS Q and SIPROTEC 4, length 1 m
With RS485 connecting cable for SIMEAS T, length 1 m
Without RS232 connecting cable
With RS232 connecting cable 7XV5100-2 for PC/notebook, 9 pin
With RS232 adaptor, 25-pin connector (male) to 9-pin connector (female) for PC / notebook
0
1
A
B
C
A
B
C
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7XV5710
USB – RS485 Converter Cable
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Function overview
Fig. 13/65
• Compact connector housing
• USB 2.0 / 1.1 interface Type A
• RS485 interface 9-pin SUB-D
• Max. bus length 800 m
• Termination resistances switchable
• Baudrates 300 to 115000 baud
• Indicated data transfer (data LED)
• Protocol transparency (not only for
PROFIBUS)
• Power supply via USB connector
(no galvanic separation)
• Compatible with 7XV5103 bus system
(with gender changer 9-pin female/
female)
USB – RS485 converter cable
Description
The USB converter cable with its special
pin assignment allows temporary connection of up to 31 Siemens protection devices
having an electrical RS 485 interface to a
PC with a USB interface for direct or central control with DIGSI 4.
The converter is connected directly to the
PC via a standard USB connector (type A).
The RS485 connector (9-pin SUB-D male)
may be used for direct connection to
SIPROTEC 4 devices with RS485 interface
modules. To connect individual compact
devices with an RS485 interface on terminals, e.g. 7SJ600, 7SD600, 7RW600, etc.,
the 7XV5103-2AA00 or -3AA00 adapter
is required. Using the gender changer
(female-female), which is included, the
converter may also be connected to the
7XV5103 bus system, which enables communication with all the devices connected
to the bus. Because the cable includes a
switchable bus termination, it may be connected at either end or in the middle of the
bus. The converter draws all the power it
needs via the USB interface of the PC.
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Application
Data transfer
Before the converter cable is first used, a
USB driver must be installed from the CD
supplied. The driver creates a new virtual
COM port, which may then be selected
by the application, e.g. DIGSI 4. The converter works in half-duplex mode on the
master/slave principle.
In the quiescent state, the USB interface is
inactive and the RS485 interface is ready to
receive. For communication, the PC, acting as the master, transmits its data to the
USB interface, which in turn forwards the
data from the converter at the RS485 interface to the protection device (slave). Following this, the RS485 interface is switched
back to receive. Data coming from the protection is now transmitted in the other direction to the USB interface and PC by the
converter. A data LED indicates when data
transfer is active.
Connection of the compact devices, e.g.
7SJ600 with terminals (without bus cables
7XV5103)
The shield must be connected to the housing ground at both ends. At the last protection device, a 220-Ω terminating resistor
is connected between data cores A and B.
Termination of the RS485 bus
The RS485 bus is a two-wire bus (half
duplex) over which up to 32 devices (participants) can exchange their data on the
master/slave principle. All devices are connected to the bus in line (not in star or ring
topology). At the first and last devices, a
220-Ω bus terminating resistor is connected between pin 3 (A) and pin 8 (B),
irrespective of whether this is a master or
slave device.
The SIPROTEC protection devices are
preferably connected to the bus as a slave
behind a master, e.g. 7XV5710 or
7XV5650/51 RS484 converter. In these
converters (1st device) the terminating resistor may be implemented by additional
pull-up/pull-down resistors via DIL
switches (S1, S2). The “low-resistance”
pull-up/pull-down resistors are essential
in various SIPROTEC bus applications,
i.e. the use of other converters may result
in problems.
In the protection devices, the terminating
resistor must only be activated at the last
device on the bus using the jumpers provided for that purpose. If this is not possible in the device, an external terminating
resistor, e.g. 7XV5103-5AA00 must be applied behind the last device (see Fig. 13/66).
In this example, the terminating resistors
of the converter cable are active (default),
the terminating resistors that are available
at some of the protection devices remain
inactive. The bus is terminated after the
last device with the 7XV5103-5AA00 bus
terminating connector or an external resistor (220 Ω). If the last protection device
has a switchable terminating resistor, this
may also be activated to ensure termination.
A shielded twisted pair (STP) cable must
be used for the RS485 bus. The conductor
cross-section must be suitable for termination with ring lugs or SUB-D connectors.
The protection devices are connected to the
bus in line (not in star or ring topology).
The core ends protruding from the shield
should be kept as short as possible.
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RS485 bus with USB converter cable 7XV5710 and several SIPROTEC devices (connection diagram)
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Application
Application example
A number of SIPROTEC 3 and 4 protection devices can be centrally operated via
their interface with DIGSI via the 7XV5710
USB converter cable. Suitable cables and
adapters are available for the various connection types of the SIPROTEC devices.
For more information, please refer to catalog sheet 7XV5103. SIPROTEC 4 devices
with an RS485 interface may be directly
connected and operated with DIGSI 4.
For the connection of individual compact
protection devices with the RS485 interface on terminals e.g. 7SJ600, 7SD600,
7RW600, etc.., the adapter cable
7XV5103-2AA00 or the adapter
7XV5103-3AA00 is required
(see Fig. 13/67).
Fig. 13/67
Central operation via the RS485 bus
The converter cable must only be used on a
non-permanent basis because of the lack of
galvanic separation. For permanent operation, the FO converters 7XV5652 and
7XV5650/51 should be used. The FO conductor ensures complete galvanic separation between PC and SIPROTEC devices.
Corresponding applications may be found
at: www.siprotec.com/accessories/7XV56…
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Technical data
Product
USB converter cable 7XV5710-0AA00
Driver
Included on CD or on the Internet at:
www.siprotec.com/accessories/7XV5710
Installation
Plug & Play
Cable length
1.8 m
USB interface
Virtual COM port
Connection 1
USB 2.0 (1.1) connector type A
Connection 1 pin assignment
Pin 1 – Vcc
Pin 2 – DPin 3 – D+
Pin 4 – GND
Connection 2
SUB-D 9-pin connector (male) with
securing screws
Connection 2 pin assignment
Pin 3 – Tx/Rx- (A)
Pin 5 – GND
Pin 8 – Tx/Rx+ (B)
All other pins are not connected (nc)
Terminating resistors
Selectable (S1, S2 ON = terminating
resistor selected)
+5 V – Pin 3 = 390 Ω
Pin 3 – Pin 8 = 220 Ω
Pin 8 – Pin 5 = 390 Ω
Connection 2 protection
Receiver:
+/- 15 kV human body model
+/- 6 kV IEC 1000-4-2,
contact discharge
+/- 12 kV IEC 1000-4-2,
air-gap discharge
Permitted: up to 128 receivers on the
bus True-fail-safe receiver
-7 V ... +12 V Common-mode range
Thermal protection against output
short circuit
Driver:
+/- 9 kV human body model
Slew-rate limited for errorless data
transmission
-7 V ... +12 V common-mode range
Current limiting
Thermal shutdown for driver-overload
protection
Handshake
None
TX/RX switchover
Automatic
Serial data transmission channels
Half-duplex 2-wire
Power supply
+5 V via USB (max. 80 mA)
Module logs on with 96 mA at the USB
Max. 38 mA ready (converter on, no
data transmission)
Max. 80 mA full-duplex 4-core
operation, (max. data rate)
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Serial transmission rates
300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200,
38400, 57600, 115200 bits/s
Status indication
Tx and Rx - 3 mm LED red
Operating temperature
-5 up to +70°C
Driver software
Windows 98, Windows 98 SE,
Windows 2000, ME, XP, Vista 32/64,
Windows 7 32/64.
No administrator rights required.
Certification
CE-compliant / RoHS-compliant
Application
Non-permanent installation with
SIPROTEC – devices
USB converter cable with connector.
Default switch position:
S1+S2 ON = terminating resistor active
Dimensions: 75 x 32 x 15 (l x w x h)
Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
USB – RS485 converter cable
7XV5710 - 0AA00
USB 2.0 /1.1 with connector type A to RS485 with 9-pin SUB-D male connector,
pin assignment for SIPROTEC 4 and SIMEAS Q,
bus termination switchable, power supply via USB interface,
incl. 9-pin female-female gender changer and driver CD
For the connection of individual compact protection devices with the RS485
interface on terminals, e.g.. 7SJ600, 7SD600, 7RW600, etc.,
the 7XV5103-2AA00 adapter cable or the 7XV5103-3AA00 adapter is required
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7XV5820
Industrial Modem and Modem-Router with Switch
Modem 56k/ISDN TA
LSP
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Modem/ISDN Router
Fig. 13/69
Industrial modems
Description
Depending on the available infrastructure
and transmission requirements, various
modems and routers are available for the
remote communication with SIPROTEC
protection devices using DIGSI.
The existing infrastructure may consist
of analog or digital (ISDN) transmission
networks, which may be private (internal
telephone system) or a leased line. This
may determine the corresponding combinations of the modems or routers. A suitable combination usually consists of a
desktop device with plug adapter in the
office, and a rail-mounted device in the
substation (see Application). The railmounted devices may be operated with an
optional wide-range power supply adapter
with all alternating current networks as
well as station batteries.
The desktop analog modem “Pocket 56k”
as the office device and the rail-mounted
“Modem 56k” in the substation ensure a
secure serial data communication with
SIPROTEC 3 devices using 8E1 (with parity
bit) up to 19.2 kbit/s, or with SIPROTEC
devices using 8N1 up to 57.6 kbit/s.
Pocket Modem/ISDN
Using the digital modem “Pocket ISDN”
as a desktop device in the office and the
“ISDN TA” as a rail-mounted device in
the substation ensures secure serial data
communication with SIPROTEC 3
devices using 8E1 (with parity bit) up to
19.2 kbit/s, or with SIPROTEC 4 devices
using 8N1 up to 57.6 kbit/s.
With the same digital modem “Pocket
ISDN” in the office, it is also possible to
communicate with SIPROTEC 4 devices
with an EN100 interface module in a local
Ethernet network using a rail-mounted
ISDN router “MoRoS ISDN” in the
substation.
Other combinations, especially with devices from other manufacturers are strictly
not recommended.
All versions are suitable for application in
control systems, and substations as well as
in areas of energy supply and distribution.
The modems can be deployed internationally (certificates of approval see “Technical
Data”). As a rule, no certification is required for use in internal networks.
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With the same analog modem “Pocket
56k” in the office it possible to establish a
connection to SIPROTEC 4 devices with
EN100 interfaces in a local Ethernet network using the rail-mounted modem
router “MoRoS Modem 56k” in the substation.
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Application
Fig. 13/70
Remote control of SIPROTEC 3 and 4 devices over INSYS Pocket to INSYS Modem, mini star-coupler
or RS485 bus with DIGSI 4
Example 1: Remote operation of
SIPROTEC 3 devices via modem
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This application example illustrates remote
operation of SIPROTEC 3 protection devices with an optical interface and compact
protection devices with an RS485 interface
using analog modems (7XV5820-1 and -5)
or digital ISDN modems (7XV5820-2
and -6). Connection to protection or bay
control RTUs via an optical interface is
achieved with a star configuration using
cascadable star couplers. The compact protection devices with RS485 interface are
connected via a FO-RS485 converter
and the RS485 bus system 7XV5103.
SIPROTEC 4 devices may be connected
optically or electrically, depending on the
available service interface.
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To ensure secure lightning protection, galvanic separation between the substation
modem and the protection devices must
be implemented by means of an optical
barrier. The substation modem with the
7XV5652 RS232-FO converter is preferably
located in a communication or control
room while the 7XV5450 star coupler or
7XV5650/51 FO-RS485 converter is located in the first protection cubicle. If the
protection devices are to be controlled centrally in the substation using a notebook,
this is achieved by plugging a DIGSI cable
into the first star coupler, which disables
the optical interface and enables the RS232
connection.
Communication with the modems is
transparent. Secure data transfer to the
SIPROTEC 3 devices is achieved with the
data format 8E1 (with parity bit). The data
transmission rate depends on the slowest
device (9.6 kbit/s or 19.2 kbit/s) and must
be set to be equal for all devices. The
SIPROTEC 4 devices can then only be operated with this data rate which is relatively
slow for SIPROTEC 4.
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Application
Fig. 13/71
Remote control of SIPROTEC 4 devices over INSYS Pocket to INSYS Modem, mini star-coupler
or RS485 bus with DIGSI 4
Example 2: Remote operation of
SIPROTEC 4 devices via modem
This application example illustrates remote
operation of SIPROTEC 4 devices with an
optical or RS485 interface via analog modems (7XV5820-1 and -5) or the very
much faster digital ISDN modems
(7XV5820-2 and -6). Connection of the
protection or RTU devices with optical interface is achieved via cascadable star couplers. The devices with RS485 interfaces are
connected via the FO-RS485 converter and
the RS485 bus system 7XV5103.
If the protection devices are to be centrally
controlled in the substation, an additional
star coupler must be used (“A2”). By plugging the DIGSI cable into the first star coupler, the optical interface is disabled and
the RS232 connection is established. If no
mini star coupler is used, central operation
is only possible via the electrical interface
of the RS232-FO converter. The modem
plug must be disconnected for this
purpose.
A secure communication via the modems
is possible with the standard data format
8N1, with data compression and error correction. The data transmission rate is determined by the slowest device (38.4 kbit/s
or 57.6 kbit/s) and must be set to be the
same on all devices.
To ensure secure lightning protection of
the RS485 bus, galvanic separation should
always be implemented between the substation modem and the protection devices
by means of an optical barrier. The substation modem with the RS232-FO converter
7XV5652 is preferably located in a communication or control room while the first
FO-RS485 converter 7XV5651/50 is located in the first protection cubicle (“A1”).
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Application
Fig. 13/72
Remote control of SIPROTEC 4 devices with EN100 Ethernet module with DIGSI 4 over INSYS Pocket
Modem/ISDN to INSYS Modem/ISDN router with switch and external optical/electrical Switch
Example 3: Remote operation of
SIPROTEC 4 devices with Ethernet interfaces
via a modem-router
This application example shows remote
operation of SIPROTEC 4 protection devices with an optical or electrical EN100
Ethernet interface via an analog or digital
ISDN office modem, (7XV5820-1 or -2),
to a modem or digital ISDN router
(7XV5820-7 and -8). This router with an
integrated 4-way switch together with the
RUGGETCOM switches connected via a
patch cable form a local subnet.
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Remote connection from the office to the
substation is established by means of a
password-protected DUN connection
under Windows. The connection is then
“transparent” and the protection devices
can be operated with DIGSI 4 in the local
subnet with their own IP addresses.
Secure communication via modems is
performed at 57.6 kbit/s, with standard
data format 8N1 with data compression
and error correction.
If the protection devices are to be conveniently centrally controlled using a notebook in the substation, the notebook with
an Ethernet interface can be logged into
the local subnet with a patch cable.
The protection or RTU devices with optical EN100 interface are connected to the
RUGGETCOM switches in a ring structure. The protection / RTU devices with
an electrical EN100 interface are directly
connected to the modem-router and
switch or to the electrical interfaces of the
RUGGETCOM switches by means of
double-shielded patch cables. To minimize
any possible interference, the electrical
connections with patch cables should be
kept as short as possible.
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7XV5810-1AA00 and
7XV5820-2AA00 INSYS Pocket Modem
Description
Data communication in the private,
commercial and industrial applications
is becoming ever more important.
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P2
883
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INSYS Pocket Modem 56k and
INSYS Pocket ISDN TA fascinate
with their sophisticated engineering
and their shapely compact metal
housing.
The devices are ideal as remote stations
for our DIN rail series.
Fig. 13/73
7XV5810/7XV5820 pocket modem
Technical Data
Modem
7XV5820-1AA00
7XV5820-2AA00
Network interface, line requirement
Analog telephone network
ISDN net, S0/I.430 Euro ISDN DSS1
Data transmission rate
Up to 56 kbits/s
64 kbit/s
Software update
Flash
Flash
Approvals
R & TTE, CTR21
R & TTE, CTR3
Application
For international use
Europe
Standards
Developed according to CE directives,
manufactured according to ISO 9002
Developed according to CE directives,
manufactured according to ISO 9002
Configuration
Remote configuration, AT commands
Local, via PC terminal, remote via ISDN
Connection
Auto answer mode, hardware-handshake
Speed adjustable, sleep mode, auto-bauding,
display caller ID
Auto answer mode with optional phone number
verification
Data format
10 and 11 bit: 7E1, 7O1, 7N2, 7E2, 7O2, 8N1,
8E1, 8O1, 8N2
B channel: V.110, X.75, V.120, X.25/X.31,
HDLC (PPP), T70NL, T90NL
D channel: 1TR6 DSS1, VNx
Protocols
V.92, V.90, V.34+, V.34, V.32bis, V.32, V.23,
V.22bis, V.22, V.21, Bell Norm 103/212,
Fax class 1/2
–
Compression
MNP5, V.42 bis, MNP 10, 10 EC, V.44
–
Error correction
MNP 2/3/4 and V.42
–
Security functions
Security call-back, alarm transmission, SMS to fixed Access protection via approved phone number
network or as fax over AT command, selective call (accessable), password protection of remote
answer, line-in-use detection, selectable key-abort configuration
Features
Electrical features
Power supply
9 ... 10 V DC (with plug power supply 230 V AC)
Consumption
Approx. 140 mA DC
5 V DC (with plug power supply 100 to 230 V AC)
Max. 100 mA at 5 V/500 mW
Interface to application
RS232, 9-pin SUB-D jack
RS232, 9-pin SUB-D jack
Interface to network
RJ-12 (Western)
RJ-45 connector
Physical features
Size in mm (w x d x h)
71 x 128 x 22
71 x 128 x 22
Temperature range
0 to 55 °C
0 to 55 °C
Humidity
0 to 95 % (non-condensing)
0 to 95 % (non-condensing)
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LSP2884.tif
7XV5820 INSYS Modem 56k Profi
7XV5820 INSYS ISDN TA Profi
Description
With the INSYS Modem 56k Profi any application can be connected
to the analog telephone network, which is available worldwide. The
INSYS ISDN 4.0 can easily be connected to the digital ISDN network.
Both modems enhance pure data communication with alarming and
security functions: alarms with a user-defined text as an SMS, fax or
e-mail are triggered by digital inputs. Data connections (INSYS Modem 56k) and remote control are protected by passwords. The INSYS
56k modem establishes a connection only to a predefined number in
response to an incoming call if the security call-back is activated.
Selective call answer allows only data calls from specified numbers.
The digital outputs can be controlled remotely. The INSYS 56k modem controls these outputs by data connection as well as by DTMF
tones from a tone dial phone. The digital outputs can be configured
to display the connections status.
Fig. 13/74 7XV5820 modem
Technical data
Modem
7XV5820-5AA00
7XV5820-6AA00
Network interface
2-wire leased or dial-up line
S0/1.430 Euro ISDN network, DSS1
Data transmission rate
Max. 56 kbit/s
Digital in-/outputs
Max. 68 kbit/s (channel building 128 kbit/s)
2 alarm inputs/2 control outputs
Watchdog
Yes
–
Software update
–
Flash update
Approvals
–
R & TTE, CTR3
Application
–
Europe
Standards
–
Developed according to CE directives
AT commands via serial line,
remote configuration
AT commands, configuration over serial line,
remote configuration, CAPI
Features
Configuration
Connection
Auto-answer mode, idle connection ctrl, auto-bauding, number storage, hard-/software handshake
International settings, caller ID presentation,
SMS to fixed-line telephone network,
fixed serial speed, sleep mode
Alarm functions
Output control
Security functions
Triggered by alarm input or AT command: send SMS, (send fax and collective fax message
7XV5820-5AA00), establish data connection, transmit message over data connection
AT command (local & remote) DTMF
Selective call answer, watchdog
Data formats
AT command, configurator, connection status
Password protection for connection, remote control and security callback
Number identification (CLIP)
10 and 11 bit: 7E1, 7O1, 7N2, 7E2, 7O2, 8N1, 8E1, 8O1, 8N2
Bit transparent
Protocols, error correction, compression
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V.32bis, V.32, V.23, V.22, V.22bis, V.21, V.34+,
V.90, V.92, Bell Norm 103/212, Fax Class ½,
MNP 2/3/4, V.42, MNP 10, MNP 10 EC,
MNP 5 V.42bis
B channel: X.75, X.25/X.31, HDLC/PPP, V.110,
V.120 asynchronous;
D channel: X.31
Electrical features
Supply voltage
10 to 60 V DC
10 to 60 V DC
Current consumption
Transmission: 200 mA (at 12 V)
Standby: 160 mA (at 12 V)
40 mA
Inuts/outputs
Serial line speed
SPDT (single-pole double-throw) switches by galvanically isolated relays,
max. voltage 30 V DC/42 V AC, max. current: 1 A DC/0.5 A AC
300 bit/s to 115.2 kbit/s
1.2 to 230.4 kbit/s
Physical features
Housing size
55 x 110 x 75 (w x d x h) in mm
Ambient temperature
0 to 55 °C
0 to 70 °C
Humidity
0 to 95 % (non-condensing)
0 to 90 % (non-condensing)
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7XV5820-7/-8AA00
Modem-Router-Switch (MoRoS)
Description
Modem-Router-Switch by INSYS combines a modem, a router
and a 4-port switch. The dial-in and dial-out functionality enables
remote maintenance and operation of devices in an Ethernet network.
The MoRoS device is available with an integrated analog modem
or with ISDN-TA. The integrated 4-port switch allows for direct
connection of up to four network devices. The MoRoS device has
an international 56k modem for global application. The configuration of the MoRoS device is easy and fast via a web interface.
MoRoS by INSYS is a device that combines modem, router
and switch functions for the remote maintenance of Ethernetenabled products, e.g. PLC, HMI, etc.
Function overview
Fig. 13/75 7XV5820 Modem-Router-Switch (MoRoS)
Router
• Integrated communication module
(analog modem or ISDN-TA)
• Dial-in
• Dial-out (dial-on-demand)
• 4-port switch with 10/100 Mbits/s
• DHCP server and client
• Integrated configuration interface with help function
• Authentication for up to 10 users (dial-in)
• Dialing filter for dial-out
• Authentication via PAP, CHAP, MS-CHAP, MS-CHAP 2
• Easy configuration
• Local or remote configuration
• Firmware update (local and remote)
• 2 digital inputs and outputs
• Buffered RTC (real time clock)
• Full NAT
• DNS relay
• Serial Ethernet Server 1)
• VPN 1)
• Firewall 1)
Function
Dial-in, dial-out
Authentication
10 users for dial-in, authentication
via PAP, CHAP, MS-CHAP,
MS-CHAP 2
Dialing filter (dial-out)
Filtering of IP addresses and/or
ports
Configuration
Web interface, AT command (via
web interface), local and remote
DHCP server and client
Watchdog (ext. hardware watchdog)
RTC (buffered real time clock)
Full NAT
VPN 1)
Firewall 1)
Serial Ethernet server 1)
Switch
Ports
4
Operating mode
10/100 Mbits/s for full and half
duplex operation
Auto detect
Automatically recognizes patch and
cross-over cables; automatic speed
adjustment
Configuration
Web interface
Local/remote
Additional features
Digital inputs and outputs,
firmware update local/remote
Supply
1) version MoRoS PRO only
Voltage
10 V to 60 V DC
Power input
Approx. 2.5 W (during connection)
Physical features
Technical data
Housing size
Modem
7XV5820-7/-8AA00 MoRoS
Certifications
R & TTE, CTR2 (dial-up line),
CTR3 (ISDN), CE
Dial-up line
Transmission rate 56 kbits/s
ISDN
Transmission rate 64 kbits/s
Configuration
Web interface, AT command (via
web interface), local and remote
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70 x 110 x 75 mm
Operating temperature
0 to 55 °C
Humidity
0 to 95 % (non-condensing)
Weight
10.58 oz
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Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
7XV5820 modem/modem-router
7XV5820-¨AA00
Analog Pocket Modem 56k
Desktop device, with plug-in power supply 230 V AC
1
Digital Pocket Modem ISDN 64k
Desktop device, with plug-in power supply 100 to 230 V AC
2
Analog Modem 56k
for DIN rail-mounting, power supply 10 to 60 V DC
5
Digital Modem ISDN 64k
for DIN rail-mounting, power supply 10 to 60 V DC
6
Analog Modem-Router
with 4-way switch for DIN rail-mounting, power supply 10 to 60 V DC
7
Digital ISDN Router
with 4-way switch for rail-mounting 10 to 60 V DC
8
Modem/Modem-Router Accessories
7XV5820-0AA10
Data cable from modem to 7XV5300, 7XV5450, 7XV5550, 7XV5652
2 x SUB-D connector, 9-pin female, length 2 m
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7XV5850
Ethernet Modems for Office Applications
LSP2509.tif
Function overview
Fig. 13/76
7XV5850 Ethernet modem
Description
A control PC and protection units can exchange serial data via an Ethernet network
using two Ethernet modems 7XV5850 and
7XV5655. Connection to the Ethernet
modem is in each case made via the asynchronous serial interface of the terminal
units. In the modem, the serial data is
packed into the secure IP protocol as information data, and is transferred between the
modems using the Ethernet connection.
Conformity with the standard and gapfree transmission of serial DIGSI or
IEC 60870-5-103/101 telegrams via the
network is ensured by the modem which
receives the serial telegram communication
and packs the serial IEC telegrams into
blocks for communication via the
Ethernet. The data is transmitted in full
duplex mode; serial control wires are not
supported. Connec- tion is established between the IP address of the dialing modem
in the office and the IP address of the
pick-up modem in the substation, and is
configured prior to dialing up with DIGSI
by means of AT commands via the RS232
interface.
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• DIGSI supports the administration and
the setting-up of connections via the
Ethernet network.
• RS232 interfaces for data transfer and
configuration of the modem.
• Serial baud rate and data format
(RS232) for the terminal devices is
selectable from 2400 Bd up to 57.6 kBd
with data format 8N1, 8E1.
• An Ethernet interface LAN to the
10/100 Mbit network.
• Better security with password protection and IP address selection is possible.
The substation modem may be configured
to have password protection, and provides
the additional security feature, whereby access is only permitted from defined IP addresses, e.g. only that of the office modem.
The modem is accessed with DIGSI Remote like a normal telephone modem with
the exception that instead of telephone
numbers, IP addresses are assigned by the
network administrator for each modem.
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Application
LSA4475-aen.eps
8
compact
Fig. 13/77
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Operation of various SIPROTEC protection unit generations via Ethernet modems
Using the office computer and DIGSI 4,
both substation 1 and 2 may be dialed up
via Ethernet modems. A TCP/IP point-topoint data connection is established between the office modem and corresponding substation modem when dialed up via
the network. This is maintained until the
office modem terminates the connection.
The serial data exchange takes place via this
data connection, with the modem converting the data from serial to Ethernet with
full duplex mode. Between the office modem and the office PC, the highest baud
rate is always used, e.g. 57.6 kB for
SIPROTEC 4 units. The serial baud rate
of the substation modem is adapted to the
baud rate required by the protection relays,
e.g. substation modem 1 with 57.6 kB for
SIPROTEC 4 and substation modem 2 with
9.6 kB for SIPROTEC 3 units. These settings are only defined once in the modem.
The Ethernet modems are integrated in
DIGSI 4 similar to telephone modems.
Instead of the telephone number, the
preset IP address assigned to the modem
is selected.
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If later an Ethernet connection is available
in the substation, the existing modem can
be replaced by an Ethernet modem. The
entire serial bus structure and cabling may
remain unchanged.
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Technical data
Connections
RS232 interface 9-pin, SUB-D connector
Ethernet 10BaseT, 10/100 Mbit, RJ45
Power supply (see below)
Desktop device for office use 7XV5850-0AA00
Housing
Supply
Scope of supply
Desktop housing, plastic, charcoal grey, 46 x 109 x 74 (W x H x D) in mm
Wide-range plug-in power supply, auxiliary voltage 100 – 240 V AC
With RS232 cable for Notebook/PC. With Ethernet cable (cross-over) 2 m
Indication (8 x LED)
Power
RS232 TxD
LAN Tx
Error
System
RS232 RxD
LAN Rx
Link LAN
Selection and ordering data
Operating voltage o.k.
Transmitting data to RS232
Transmitting data to LAN
Error on RS232
RS232 connection established
Receiving data from RS232
Receiving data from LAN
LAN connection established
Description
Order No.
Ethernet Modem
7XV5850 - 0AA00
Ethernet modem for serial, asynchronous transmission of data up to
57.6 kbit via the 10/100 Mbit Ethernet and configuration software
Desktop device (office version)
Connection to Ethernet via RJ45 connector, serial connection SUB-D 9-pin socket
including wide-range power supply 100/240 V AC
With cross-over Ethernet patch cable 2 m for configuration
With serial connection cable to PC 2 m
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Accessories for Communication
6XV8100 F.O. Cable
Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
F.O. cable for indoor application
with FSMA or ST connectors
6XV8100-0DA¨ 1 - 0 A¨ ¨ 1)
Plastic F.O. link cable W/2 Fibers for links inside a cubicle,
fiber type PMMA S980/1000PE-insulation diam. = 2.2 mm black good
resistance to oil, petrol, acid and leach, cable for simple systems of loads,
base material L46916-U2-U19, V-2x 1S980/1000PE
Connector
Not used
Not used
Both sides with FSMA connectors prefabricated
Not used
Both sides with ST connectors prefabricated
Not used
F.O. duplex cable for indoor and outdoor application
with FSMA , LC or ST connectors
2
4
6XV8100-0BD¨ 1 -¨ ¨ ¨ ¨ 1)
Fiber-optic duplex data line for in- and outdoors, 2 break-out elements
fiber type glas 62.5/125 μm, halogen-free and flame-retardant, non-metallic rodent prot.
external diam. = 8.3 mm, black; internal diam. = 1.8 mm, orange;
base material L46900-G2-J1, AT-VHBH 2G62.5/125 3.2B200/0.9F500
Connector
None
One side with FSMA connectors
Both sides with FSMA connectors
One side ST, other side LC connectors
Both sides with ST connectors
One side FSMA, other side ST connectors
Both sides with LC connectors
F.O. duplex cables for indoor application
with FSMA , LC or ST connectors
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
6XV8100-0BE¨ ¨ - ¨ ¨ ¨ 0 1)
Fiber-optic duplex data line for indoors, 2 break-out elements
fiber type glas 62.5/125 μm, halogen-free and flame-retardant,
internal diam. = 1.7 mm, orange; external diam. = 2.8 x 4.5 mm, orange;
base material I-VHH 2 x 1 x G62.5/125
Connector
Without
One side with FSMA connectors
Both sides with LC connectors
One side ST, other side LC connectors
Both sides with FSMA connectors
Both sides with ST connectors
One side FSMA, other side ST connectors
0
1
1
1
2
4
5
1
1
4
7
1
1
1
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Accessories for Communication
6XV8100 F.O. Cable
Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
F.O. duplex cables for indoor and outdoor application
with MTRJ and ST connectors
6XV8100-0BF¨ 1 -¨ ¨ A¨ 1)
Fiber-optic duplex data line for in- and outdoors, 2 break-out elements
fiber type glas 62.5/125 μm, halogen-free and flame-retardant, non-metallic rodent prot.
external diam. = 8.3 mm, black; internal diam. = 1.8 mm, orange;
base material AT-VHBH 2G62.5/125
Connector
One side with MTRJ connector,
other side prepared for ST connector
Both sides with MTRJ connector
F.O. duplex cables for indoor application
with MTRJ and ST connectors
2
3
6XV8100-0BG¨ 1 -¨ ¨ ¨ 0 1)
Fiber-optic duplex data line for indoors, 2 break-out elements
fiber type glas 62.5/125UM, halogen-free and flame-retardant
internal diam. = 1.7 mm, orange; external diam. = 2.8 x 4.4 mm, orange;
base material I-VHH 2 x 1 x G62.5/125
Connector
One side with MTRJ connector,
other side prepared for ST connector
Both sides with MTRJ connector
2
3
7KE600 Ethernet Patch Cable
Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
Ethernet patch cable with double shield (SFTP)
LAN connector on both sides
7KE6000-8GD0¨ - ¨ AA¨
SIMEAS R <----> HUB
HUB <----> PC
Length 0.5 m
Length 1.0 m
Length 2.0 m
Length 3.0 m
Length 5.0 m
Length 10.0 m
Length 15.0 m
Length 20.0 m
Ethernet patch cable, cross-over connection with double shield (SFTP)
LAN connector on both sides
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
0
1
2
3
5
0
5
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7KE6000-8GE0¨ - ¨ AA¨
HUB <----> HUB
SIMEAS R <----> PC
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Length 0.5 m
Length 1.0 m
Length 2.0 m
Length 3.0 m
Length 5.0 m
Length 10.0 m
Length 15.0 m
Length 20.0 m
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
0
1
2
3
5
0
5
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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