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CT Analyzer
Revolution in Current Transformer Testing and Calibration
Revolutionary Way of CT Testing
Current transformers are used for relaying and metering purposes
in electrical power systems. They connect the high power primary
side to the protection and metering equipment on the secondary
side. Depending on the application they are used for, current
transformers are designed differently.
Protection current transformers
As it is used to feed protective relays, the CT must be accurate
during normal and fault conditions. Failures in transformation
could lead to misoperation of the relay along with unwanted
and costly outages. To test CTs according to the requirements of
modern protection systems, it is compulsory to consider transient
components and auto-reclosure systems.
Metering current transformers
CTs for metering purposes must provide high accuracy up to class
0.1 to guarantee correct billing. It is therefore essential to test and
calibrate the metering current transformer, as the entire metering
chain is only as accurate as the instrument transformers feeding
the meter.
In contrast to protection CTs, metering CTs must go into
saturation directly above the nominal primary current level to
protect the connected metering equipment.
CT Analyzer - a new way of testing CTs
The CT Analyzer is the most complete testing system for
protection and metering CTs according to IEEE and IEC standards.
It allows all types of single and multi-ratio current transformers
to be tested on-site in power system grids. Manufacturer of
CTs, transformers or GIS use the CT Analyzer in their production
facilities and test / development labs.
The CT Analyzer offers a wide range of measurements, such as:
>> CT-ratio and phase-angle accuracy with consideration of
nominal and operational burden for various currents
>> CT winding resistance
>> CT excitation / saturation (unsaturated and saturated)
>> ALF and FS (direct and indirect)
>> Burden impedance
>> CT residual magnetism
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Automated testing procedure
The CT Analyzer is designed to accurately measure all relevant CT parameters and compare them to the requirements of the
defined IEEE or IEC standard. Due to this automated assessment, testing engineers receive the 'pass or fail' decision within seconds.
Step 1
Measurement of
parameters
Step 2
Measurement of
CT parameters like
excitation curve,
eddy current,
ratio, etc.
Modeling
Definition of CT model elements and
calculation of CT parameters through
embedded mathematical functions
t
Ψ(t)=Ψ'0+ ∫ (VS(t)-RCT ICT(t)) dt - LCT ---d ICT(t)
d(t)
0
VC(t)=VS(t)-RCT ICT(t)-LCT ---d ICT(t)
d(t)
Step 4
Step 3
Reporting
Assessment according
to IEEE or IEC standard
All data is delivered in an XML file
and can be displayed via the
reporting tool
Automated comparison of test results
with the defined
POWER
Current ratio error in % at % of rated current
VA cos φ Data type
1%
5%
10%
20%
50% 100% 120% 200%
values according
String value -0.023 -0.023 -0.021 -0.018 -0.013 -0.010 -0.009 -0.008
to the selected IEEE
15
0.8
Float value -0.023 -0.023 -0.021 -0.018 -0.013 -0.010 -0.009 -0.008
or IEC standard
String value -0.008 -0.010 -0.010 -0.008 -0.006 -0.004 -0.003 -0.002
7.5
0.8
3.75
1
Float value -0.008 -0.010 -0.010 -0.008 -0.006 -0.004 -0.003 -0.002
String value 0.005
0.001
0.000 -0.001 0.000
0.000
0.001
0.001
Float value 0.005
0.001
0.000 -0.001 -0.000 0.000
0.001
0.001
Your Benefits:
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>
Field verification of CTs up to the 0.1 accuracy class
due to extremely high accuracy (0.02 % typical)
>
Compact and lightweight (< 8 kg / 17.4 lbs)
>
Automatic assessment according to
IEEE and IEC standards
>
Reduced testing time (typically < 1 min)
>
High noise immunity for on-site testing
Highly Accurate CT Verification Made Mobile
The ideal way of testing a current transformer
As energy is supplied by many different sources, power system grids for generation, transmission and distribution are expanded
continuously. This makes the use of additional metering and protection CTs necessary. To test all of these CTs in a cost-effective and
reliable way, the ideal CT test device fulfills the following requirements:
Mobility
Test engineers often have to maintain several CTs within one utility. The ideal CT test device would therefore be an all-in-one solution,
light enough to be carried by one person. It should be able to measure all parameters without the need for any further equipment
(such as a burden box).
Accuracy
Correct billing is only possible if metering CTs work within their specifications, for all secondary burdens and levels of primary current
that are defined in the standards. To test and calibrate these metering CTs, measurement equipment delivering reliable results up to
class 0.1 CTs is needed.
Primary Nominal Current Injection
IP
Primary Current Injection
IS
IP
IS
A
Mobility
Approx. 2 tons of equipment (high current source,
huge cables, current booster, burden box etc.)
Mobility
> 30 kg / 66.1 lbs (Not including additional
equipment, e.g. external burden box)
Accuracy
High accuracy, but complicated wiring makes
testing error-prone
Accuracy
– Not sufficient for high accuracy metering CTs
– Sensitive to transient distortion from life signals
(due to the use of 50 Hz test signals)
Safety
Uses dangerously high voltages and currents
(primary nominal current injection)
Safety
Typical current levels of 500 A to 800 A are used
Handling
Requires several people to set-up and
conduct the test
Handling
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– Re-wiring is required for each type of test
(e.g. ratio, polarity, saturation, winding resistance)
– Test results must be assessed manually
Safety
Equipment for testing CTs on-site must comply to applicable safety standards and regulations. However, the ideal test device avoids
the use of high test currents and voltages and conducts tests with as low test voltages as possible to reduce the operator´s
health and safety risks.
Handling
Short measurement times and an automated assessment to the respective IEC and IEEE standards characterize modern test equipment.
All relevant parameters should be measured in one test cycle without the need for rewiring. Printable test reports, including all
measured data and the assessment to the standard, are ideally created automatically by the test device.
Secondary Voltage Injection
CT as an Electrical Model
VS
VP
VP
V
V
Mobility
> 30 kg / 66.1 lbs (Not including additional
equipment, e.g. external burden box)
Accuracy
– Not sufficient for high accuracy metering CTs
– Sensitive to transient distortion from life signals
(due to the use of 50 Hz test signals)
Safety
Handling
VS (f)
Voltages for saturation tests can be
2,000 V or more
Mobility
< 8 kg / 17.4 lbs; ideal for handling on site
Accuracy
– Measurement of class 0.1 metering CTs
– Excellent noise suppression guarantees
highly accurate on-site testing even if active
lines are close to the test object
Safety
– Re-wiring is required for each type of test
(e.g. ratio, polarity, saturation, winding resistance)
– Test results must be assessed manually
Handling
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Maximum output voltage of 120 V
– One-step test determining all parameters (< 1 min)
– Automated assessment to standard and
integrated report functionality
Extraordinary Features
RemAlyzer
>
Software-based tool to determine the residual magnetism in
current transformers
>
Analysis of the remanence condition before putting into
operation the CT to assure proper function
>
Simplifies power grid failure analysis after unwanted
operation of protective relays
>
Demagnetizes the CT core after measurement
Remote Control
>
Full access to all functions of the CT Analyzer via a PC using
the remote interface
>
Optimizes the integration into automated testing procedures
in production lines
>
Data export into ExcelTM and WordTM
>
Customizable testing and reports
Network Simulation
>
NetSim is a software tool for network simulation
(part of the Test Universe software suite for relay testing)
>
Easy transfer of CT Analyzer measurement data to NetSim
>
Accurate modeling of power systems for network studies and
fault simulation testing of protection relays
>
Behavior analysis of protective relays in case of CT saturation
Data Handling and Reporting
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>
Test reports can be saved on the Compact Flash Card and
transferred to a PC
>
Data and protocols can be shown on a PC via the ExcelTM file
loader program
>
Customizable report templates are available, for example:
> Different standards, classes and applications
> Single, multi-core and multi-tap CTs
> Three-phase testing
> Core testing
Verification for different burdens and currents
POWER
>> Existing measurement data can be loaded to the CT Analyzer
at any time
>> Recalculation of the CT parameters for different burdens
and primary currents
>> No further on-site measurements are necessary to verify
whether a change in the burden will influence the accuracy
of a CT
VA
cos Phi
15
0.8
7.5
0.8
3.75
1
0
1
Current ratio error in % at % of rated current
Data type
1%
5%
10%
20%
50%
100%
120%
200%
String value
-0.023
-0.023
-0.021
-0.018
-0.013
-0.010
-0.009
-0.008
Float value
-0.023
-0.023
-0.021
-0.018
-0.013
-0.010
-0.009
-0.008
String value
-0.008
-0.010
-0.010
-0.008
-0.006
-0.004
-0.003
-0.002
Float value
-0.008
-0.010
-0.010
-0.008
-0.006
-0.004
-0.003
-0.002
String value
0.005
0.001
0.000
-0.001
0.000
0.000
0.001
0.001
Float value
0.005
0.001
0.000
-0.001
-0.000
0.000
0.001
0.001
String value
0.007
0.005
0.004
0.003
0.003
0.003
0.004
0.004
Float value
0.007
0.005
0.004
0.003
0.003
0.003
0.004
0.004
Manual Testing: QuickTest
>> Use of the CT Analyzer as a multimeter with an integrated
current and voltage source
>> Perform manual tests (L, Z, R, ratio, polarity, burden etc.) for
trouble-shooting and quick verification on site
>> VT ratio check
CT SB2 Switchbox
>> Automated testing of multi-tap CTs without the need for
rewiring
>> Includes terminals for burden and primary resistance tests
>> CTs with up to six taps can be tested
>> Automatic wiring check before measuring
>> Use attached to the CT Analyzer or as a standalone unit
before test
"Guessing" Nameplates
>> Determination of unknown CT data
>> Older CTs can be classified and put into service without
contacting the manufacturer
after test
>> Determinable parameters include:
>> CT type
>> Class
>> Ratio
>> Knee point
>> Power Factor
>> Nominal and operating burden
>> Winding resistance (primary and secondary)
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Technical Data
Technical features Standard Package
>
Excellent noise immunity to disturbances from energized power lines close to the measurement
>
Automatic assessment according to IEC 60044-1, IEC 61869-2, or IEEE C57.13 up to accuracy class ≥ 0.3
>
Determination of ALF/ALFi and FS/FSi, Ts, and composite error for nominal and connected burden
>
CT ratio and phase measurement with consideration of nominal and connected secondary burden
>
Currents from 1% up to 400 % of the rated value
>
Different burdens (full, ½, ¼, ⅛ burden)
>
CT winding resistance measurement (primary and secondary)
>
CT excitation curve (unsaturated and saturated)
>
Saturation characteristic recording
>
Direct comparison of excitation curve to a reference curve
>
CT phase and polarity check
>
Secondary burden measurement
>
Automatic demagnetization of the CT after the test
>
Small and lightweight (< 8 kg / 17.4 lbs)
>
Short testing time due to fully automatic testing
>
High level of safety using patented variable frequency method (max. 120 V)
>
"Nameplate guesser" function for CTs with unknown data
>
Remote control interface
>
QuickTest: Manual testing interface
>
Display readable in bright sunlight
>
Simulation of measured data with different burdens
and currents
>
Easily adaptable reports (customizable)
>
Knee-point voltage from 1 V up to 4 kV can be
measured
Additional features Advanced Package
>
Automatic assessment for accuracy class > 0.1 (inclusive classes defined in the IEEE C57.13.6 standard)
>
Measurement of transient behavior of TPS, TPX, TPY and TPZ type CTs
>
Automatic assessment according to IEC 60044-6 and IEC 61869-2
>
Determination of the transient dimensioning factor (Ktd)
>
Knee-point voltage from 1 V up to 30 kV can be measured
>
Considering Duty (C-O / C-O-C-O) e.g. auto-reclosure system
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Technical data CT Analyzer
Current Ratio Accuracy
Ratio 1 - 2000
Environment Conditions
Operating
-10 °C up to + 50 °C / 14 °F up to 122 °F
Temperature
0.02 % (typical) / 0.05 % (guaranteed)
Ratio 2000 - 5000
0.03 % (typical) / 0.1 % (guaranteed)
Ratio 5000 - 10000
0.05 % (typical) / 0.2 % (guaranteed)
Phase Displacement
Resolution
0.1 min
Accuracy
1 min (typical) / 3 min (guaranteed)
Storage Temperature
Humidity
-25 °C up to + 70 °C / -13 °F up to 158 °F
Relative humidity 5% up to 95% not
condensing
EMC
The product adheres to the
electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Directive 2004 / 108 / EC (CE conform)
Winding Resistance
Resolution
1 mΩ
EMC-Emission
Accuracy
0.05 % (typical) /
0.1 % + 1 mΩ (guaranteed)
International
IEC 61326-1 Class A
Europe
EN 61326-1 Class A
USA
FCC Subpart B of Part 15 Class A
Power Supply
Input Voltage
100 Vac to 240 Vac
EMC-Immunity
Permissible Input Voltage 85 Vac to 264 Vac
International
IEC 61326-1
Frequency
50 / 60 Hz
Europe
EN 61326-1
Permissible Frequency
45 Hz to 65 Hz
Input Power
500 VA
Safety
Connection
Standard AC socket 60320
The product adheres to the low voltage
Directive 2006 / 95 / EC (CE conform)
International
IEC 61010-1
Europe
EN 61010-1
UL 61010-1
CSA C22.2 No. 1010.1-92
Output
Output Voltage
0 to 120 Vac
USA
Output Current
0 to 5 Aeff (15 Apeak)
Canada
Output Power
0 to 400 VAeff (1500 VApeak)
Certificates from Independent Test Institutes
KEMA Test Report
Physical Dimensions
Size (W x H x D)
Weight
PTB Test Report
360 x 285 x 145 mm
9.2 x 7.2 x 3.7 in
8 kg / 17.4 lbs (without accessories)
Wuhan HV Research Test Report
Ordering information
Name
Order No.
Description
Standard Package
VE000656
CT Analyzer Standard Package
Advanced Package
VE000654
CT Analyzer Advanced Package
Upgrade Standard - Advanced
VESM0653
Software upgrade from Standard to Advanced
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Accessories
Accessories and software (part of Standard and Advanced Package)
Coax cables
VEHK0651 - with banana plugs
2 x 3 m / 2 x 9.8 ft,
1 x 10 m / 1 x 32.8 ft
Battery clamps
VEHZ0652 - with 4 mm / 0.2 in banana
sockets (primary side
connection)
Crocodile clamps
VEHZ0656 - with 4 mm / 0.2 in banana
sockets (secondary side
connection)
Flexible terminal
adapters
VEHS0009 - with 12 x 4 mm / 0.2 in
banana socket
20 mm / 0.8 in opening
width, 2 x red, 2 x black
Compact Flash Card
VEHZ0654 - 128 MB
Memory space for at least
416 test reports
Compact Flash card
reader
VEHZ0655 - USB 2.0 Compact Flash
card reader
User manual
VESD0605 - User manual
Carry bag
VEHP0018 - CT Analyzer carry bag
Grounding (PE) cable
VEHK0615 - 1 x 6 m / 1 x 19.7 ft,
6 mm² / 0.01 sq in,
(protective earth connection)
Training CT
VEHZ0643 - 300:5, class 0.5 FS 5
CT Analyzer PC
software toolset
VESM0800 - remote control software,
QuickTest, Excel File Loader
etc.
Power cord
depends - country-specific
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Additional accessories and software
Calibration CT
VEHZ0649 - 2000:1 / 2000:5,
class 0.02
Coax cables
VEHK0654 - 3 m / 9.8 ft*
VEHK0652 - 6 m / 19.7 ft*
VEHK0653 - 10 m / 32.8 ft*
VEHK0655 - 15 m / 49.2 ft*
VEHK0656 - 100 m / 328.1 ft*
* with banana plugs
Pluggable winding
VEHK0658 - Pluggable 23 turns
winding
Transport case
VEHP0068 - Transport case with
wheels
CT SB2 upgrade kit
VEHZ0696 - CT SB2,
accessories included
USB - RS232
converter cable
VEHZ0014 - with Nullmodem cable
Primary resistance Kit
VEHZ0684 - 4 pole cable 15 m / 49.2 ft
(CT SB2 to CTprim),
2x Kelvin clamps
Set of two Kelvin
clamp adapters
VEHZ0628 - Kelvin clamp adapter can
be used together with the
standard measurement
cable
RemAlyzer
VESM0657 - Software License for the
CT Analyzer to determine
the residual magnetism in
current transformers
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OMICRON is an international company serving the electrical
power industry with innovative testing and diagnostic solutions.
The application of OMICRON products allows users to assess
the condition of the primary and secondary equipment on their
systems with complete confidence. Services offered in the area of
consulting, commissioning, testing, diagnosis, and training make
the product range complete.
Customers in more than 140 countries rely on the company’s
ability to supply leading edge technology of excellent quality.
Broad application knowledge and extraordinary customer support
provided by offices in North America, Europe, South and East Asia,
Australia, and the Middle East, together with a worldwide network
of distributors and representatives, make the company a market
leader in its sector.
The following publications provide further information on the solutions described in this
brochure:
CT SB2
Multi-Ratio Switch-Box for CT Analyzer
The CT SB2 Switch-Box is an accessory for the CT Analyzer that
enables the automatic testing of multi-ratio current transformers
(CTs) with up to 6 tap connections (X1 to X6). The CT SB2 is
connected to all the taps of a multi-ratio CT as well as to the CT
Analyzer. Thus every ratio combination can be tested automatically
by the CT Analyzer.
Convenient Features
The CT SB2 offers many convenient features for testing:
•
6 channel secondary connection terminals
•
Color-coded terminals and cables to avoid connection errors
•
Automatic wiring check to help with trouble-shooting
•
Easy test setup using the CT Analyzer User Interface
•
Terminals for connection of primary resistance and secondary
burden for full automatic test without re-wiring during test
Mobile – Compact – Automated
Depicted: CT SB2
Flexibility on-site
The CT SB2 can be easily attached to the CT Analyzer or placed
separately beside. With a combined weight of 11 kg / 24 lbs,
the CT Analyzer with the CT SB2 is convenient to carry and handle
on-site. The CT SB2 makes the CT Analyzer the most flexible and
complete solution for testing multi-ratio CTs.
CT SB2
Input Voltage
Scope of Delivery CT SB2
100 - 240 V
Input Frequency
50 - 60 Hz
Input Current
0.2 A
Output Voltage*
0 - 120 V
Output Current*
0-5A
Output Power*
0 - 400 VA
Dimensions (W x H x D)
284 x 220 x 68 mm
11.2 x 8.7 x 2.7 in
Weight
2.6 kg / 5.7 lbs
Order Number
VEHZ0696
* Output of CT Analyzer
Datasheet CT SB2
Switch Box
For a complete list of available literature please visit our website.
Americas
OMICRON electronics Corp. USA
3550 Willowbend Blvd
Houston, TX 77054, USA
Phone: +1 713 830-4660
+1 800-OMICRON
Fax:
+1 713 830-4661
[email protected]
© OMICRON L2065, November 2012
Subject to change without notice
Asia-Pacific
OMICRON electronics Asia Limited
Suite 2006, 20/F, Tower 2
The Gateway, Harbour City
Kowloon, Hong Kong S.A.R.
Phone: +852 3767 5500
Fax:
+852 3767 5400
[email protected]
Europe, Middle East, Africa
OMICRON electronics GmbH
Oberes Ried 1
6833 Klaus, Austria
Phone: +43 5523 507-0
Fax:
+43 5523 507-999
[email protected]
www.omicron.at • www.omicronusa.com
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