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Relay Settings Duobias M 200 Technical Manual

W2 74TC

W1 74TC

W1 87 REF 87HS

W1 87 REF

87

DUOBIAS-M-200-2W
Relay Catalogue Ref. Relay Models: DU3-201,301,401,501 Duobias-M-200-2W Duobias-M-200-3W Duobias-M-200-4W Duobias-M-200-5W 22 August 2006 12

Date: Software Revision:

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Relay Settings Duobias M 200 Technical Manual

This section covers the settings available in the base model only, i.e. the DU3-201 to DU3-501 relays that provides biased differential protection derived from two to five sets of CT analogue inputs, REF protection per set of analogue inputs, status inputs and LEDs for flag indication. Other relay models with an alternative mix of protection functions are built for specific customer requirements. Therefore it is possible to supply new relay models upon request. As each model has different protection functions a distinct Relay Setting Section is available for each one. Each Relay Settings Section contains all settings and the communications addresses contained in the software for that particular model. The hardcopy of this Technical Manual contains the DU3-210 to 501 models only, and is therefore supplemented with the Relay Setting Sections for the other relay models. The Technical Manual in softcopy or CD format contains the Relay Setting sections for all relay models listed below. The Relay Settings Sections for all Duobias M 200 relay models is included for download on our website: reyrolle-protection.com. Relay Model Number DUOBIAS M-200 DUOBIAS M-201 DUOBIAS M-202 DUOBIAS M-203 DUOBIAS M-204 DUOBIAS M-205 DUOBIAS M-206 DUOBIAS M-207 DUOBIAS M-208 DUOBIAS M-209 DUOBIAS M-210 DUOBIAS M-211 DUOBIAS M-212 Catalogue Reference Number DU3-201,301,401,501 (setting listed below) DU3-203,303(CD, download or request) DU3-204,304,404(CD, download or request) DU3-223,323(download or request) DU3-205,305,405,505(download or request) DU3-202,302,402,502(download or request) DU3-206,306(download or request) DU3-207,307(download or request) DU3-208,308,408,508(download or request) DU3-231,331(download or request) DU3-220,320(download or request) DU3-221,321(download or request) DU3-209,309(download or request)

Please use the Catalogue Reference Number as list above to select the appropriate Relay Setting section of the Technical Manual.

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Revision History Revision R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 Contents


1 DUOBIAS-M-200-2/3/4/5W-R12 RELAY SETTING LIST.......................................................................................................................... 5 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11 2 3 SYSTEM CONFIG MENU.............................................................................................................................................................. 5 CT/VT CONFIG MENU .................................................................................................................................................................. 5 BIASED DIFFERENTIAL MENU.................................................................................................................................................... 5 RESTRICTED E/F MENU.............................................................................................................................................................. 6 STATUS INPUT MENU ................................................................................................................................................................. 7 REYLOGIC CONTROL MENU ...................................................................................................................................................... 8 REYLOGIC ELEMENT MENU....................................................................................................................................................... 8 OUTPUT RELAY MENU................................................................................................................................................................ 8 LED MENU..................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 DATA STORAGE MENU ............................................................................................................................................................. 10 COMMUNICATIONS MENU........................................................................................................................................................ 10

Date 29/09/2003 08/12/2003 09/12/2003 26/01/2004 07/05/2004 07/07/2004

Description Document revision history added Yd4 corrected to be Yy4 Added new inrush bias settings Corrected Settings Group command numbering Correct Inrush Setting text, Bias Differential text Added additional information describing Trip Cct Pickup Delay, will be renamed to be Trip Cct Fail Pickup Delay at next software release.

INSTRUMENTS........................................................................................................................................................................................ 11 IEC 60870-5-103 COMMUNICATIONS INFORMATION......................................................................................................................... 13 3.1 3.2 IEC 60870-5-103 Semantics in monitor direction ........................................................................................................................ 13 IEC 60870-5-103 Semantics in control direction.......................................................................................................................... 15

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REYLOGIC DIAGRAMS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 16 LABEL INSERTS ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 18 5.1 5.2 5.3 2W E8 CASE................................................................................................................................................................................ 18 2W E12, E16 CASE ..................................................................................................................................................................... 19 3/4/5W E12, E16 CASE ............................................................................................................................................................... 20

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1 DUOBIAS-M-200-2/3/4/5W-R12 RELAY SETTING LIST 1.1 SYSTEM CONFIG MENU Range 1,24 1,24 OFF, 1,2,5,10,15,30,60 min OFF, 1,2,5,10,15,30,60 min Date Time Disabled, Seconds,Minutes Local, Remote, Local Or Remote, Out Of Service AAAAZZZZ Up to 16 characters Default 1 1 60 min 5 Min 1/1/1980 00:00:00 Minutes Local Or Remote NONE displayed as NOT ACTIVE DUOBIAS-M-2002W/3W/4W/5W Setting

Description Active Group


Selects which settings group is currently activated

View/Edit Group
Selects which settings group is currently being displayed

Default Screens Timer


Selects the time delay after which, if no key presses have been detected, the relay will begin to poll through any screens which have been selected as default instruments screens

Backlight timer
Controls when the LCD backlight turns off

Date Time Clock Sync. From Status


Real time clock may be synchronised using a status input (See Clock Sync. in Status Input Menu)

Operating Mode
To allow access to change configuration files using Reylogic Toolbox the relay must be placed Out Of Service.

Change Password
Allows a 4 character alphanumeric code to be entered as the password. Note that the display shows a password dependant encrypted code on the second line of the display

Relay Identifier
An alphanumeric string shown on the LCD normally used to identifier the circuit the relay is attached to or the relays purpose

1.2

CT/VT CONFIG MENU Range 1,5 A 5:0.25000:7 1,5 A 1,5 A 5:0.25000:7 1,5 A 1,5 A 5:0.25000:7 1,5 A 1,5 A 5:0.25000:7 1,5 A 5:0.25000:7 Default 1A 2000:1 1A 1A 2000:1 1A 1A 2000:1 1A 1A 2000:1 1A 2000:1 Setting

Description W1 Input
Selects whether 1 or 5 Amp terminals are being used for winding 1

W1 CT Ratio
Winding 1 CT ratio to scale primary current instruments

W1 REF Input
Selects whether 1 or 5 Amp terminals are being used for winding 1 REF

W2 Input
Selects whether 1 or 5 Amp terminals are being used for winding 2

W2 CT Ratio
Winding 1 CT ratio to scale primary current instruments

W2 REF Input
Selects whether 1 or 5 Amp terminals are being used for winding 2 REF

W3 Input1
Selects whether 1 or 5 Amp terminals are being used for winding 3

W3 CT Ratio1
Winding 3 CT ratio to scale primary current instruments

W3 REF Input1
Selects whether 1 or 5 Amp terminals are being used for winding 3 REF

W4 Input2
Selects whether 1 or 5 Amp terminals are being used for winding 4

W4 CT Ratio2
Winding 4 CT ratio to scale primary current instruments

W5 Input3
Selects whether 1 or 5 Amp terminals are being used for winding 5

W5 CT Ratio3
Winding 5 CT ratio to scale primary current instruments

1) >2W Only 2) >3W Only. 3) >4W Only.

1.3

BIASED DIFFERENTIAL MENU Range 0.25,0.263.00 x Yy0, Yd1, Yy2, Yd3, Yy4, Yd5, Default 1.00 x Yy0, 0 Page 5 of 20 Setting

Description W1 Interposing CT Multiplier


Winding 1 scaling factor

W1 Interposing CT Connection
Winding 1 transformer vector group compensation and/or zero sequence

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Description
filtering

W2 Interposing CT Multiplier
Winding 2 scaling factor

Range Yy6, Yd7, Yy8, Yd9, Yy10, Yd11, Ydy0 0.25,0.263.00 x Yy0, Yd1, Yy2, Yd3, Yy4, Yd5, Yy6, Yd7, Yy8, Yd9, Yy10, Yd11, Ydy0 0.25,0.263.00 x Yy0, Yd1, Yy2, Yd3, Yy4, Yd5, Yy6, Yd7, Yy8, Yd9, Yy10, Yd11, Ydy0 0.25,0.263.00 x Yy0, Yd1, Yy2, Yd3, Yy4, Yd5, Yy6, Yd7, Yy8, Yd9, Yy10, Yd11, Ydy0 0.25,0.263.00 x Yy0, Yd1, Yy2, Yd3, Yy4, Yd5, Yy6, Yd7, Yy8, Yd9, Yy10, Yd11, Ydy0 Disabled, Enabled Phase, Cross, Sum

Default 1.00 x Yy0, 0 1.00 x Yy0, 0 1.00 x Yy0, 0 1.00 x Yy0, 0 Enabled Cross

Setting

W2 Interposing CT Connection
Winding 2 transformer vector group compensation and/or zero sequence filtering

W3 Interposing CT Multiplier1
Winding 3 scaling factor

W3 Interposing CT Connection1
Winding 3 transformer vector group compensation and/or zero sequence filtering

W4 Interposing CT Multiplier2
Winding 4 scaling factor

W4 Interposing CT Connection2
Winding 4 transformer vector group compensation and/or zero sequence filtering

W5 Interposing CT Multiplier3
Winding 5 scaling factor

W5 Interposing CT Connection3
Winding 5 transformer vector group compensation and/or zero sequence filtering

87 Inrush Inhibit
Selects whether the biased differential characteristic is inhibited from operating when magnetising inrush is detected

87 Inrush Bias
Selects the bias method used for magnetising inrush Phase Segregated, each phase blocks itself. Cross Blocked, each phase can block the operation of other phases (Modular 1 method). Sum - Of Squares, each phase blocks itself using the square root of the sum of squares of the even harmonics.(Improves Switch On To Fault performance when REF not applied).

87 Inrush Setting
The magnetising inrush detector operates when the even harmonics in the differential operate current exceed a set percentage of the differential operate current

0.1,0.110.50 xId Disabled, Enabled 0.1,0.152.00 xIn 0,0.050.7 x 1,220 xIn 0,0.0051 s Disabled, Enabled 1,230 xIn 0,0.0051 s

0.20 xId Enabled 0.2 xIn 0.2 x 4 xIn 0.005 s Disabled 4 xIn 0.005 s

87 Bias Differential
Selects whether the transformer differential protection element is enabled

87 Initial Setting
The initial unbiased pickup level

87 Bias Slope
The bias slope varies the pickup level to compensates for CT measuring errors and tap changer not mid tap errors as the through current (bias) increases

87 Bias Slope Limit


At this point in the characteristics the bias slope increases tot provide increased security when additional measuring errors are introduced due to CT saturation effects.

87 Delay
The operation of the differential may be delayed to cater for special system conditions e.g. for use on cable circuits a delay of 5ms is recommended

87HS Differential Highset


Selects whether the differential Highset element is enabled. Note this element is never blocked by magnetising inrush

87HS Setting
The differential setting pickup setting

87HS Delay
The operation of the differential may be delayed to cater for special system conditions e.g. for use on cable circuits a delay of 5ms is recommended

1) >2W Only 2) >3W Only. 3) >4W Only.

1.4

RESTRICTED E/F MENU Range Disabled, Enabled 0.020,0.0250.960 xIn 0,0.0025864000 s Default Disabled 0.200 xIn 0.0000 Setting

Description Gn W1 87REF
High impedance restricted earth fault current element

Gn W1 87REF Setting2
Pickup level

Gn W1 87REF Delay
Pickup delay

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Description Gn W2 87REF
High impedance restricted earth fault current element

Range Disabled, Enabled 0.020,0.0250.960 xIn 0,0.0025864000 s Disabled, Enabled 0.020,0.0250.960 xIn 0,0.0025864000 s

Default Disabled 0.200 xIn 0.0000 Disabled 0.200 xIn 0.0000

Setting

Gn W2 87REF Setting2
Pickup level

Gn W2 87REF Delay
Pickup delay

Gn W3 87REF1
High impedance restricted earth fault current element

Gn W3 87REF Setting1 2
Pickup level

Gn W3 87REF Delay1
Pickup delay

1) >2W Only 2) REF versions have minimum setting of 0.020, SREF versions have minimum setting of 0.005xIn.

1.5

STATUS INPUT MENU Range 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s 0.000,0.005864000 s NONE, 1272 NONE, 1272 NONE, 1272 NONE, 1272 NONE, 1272 NONE, 1272 Default 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s 0s NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE Setting

Description Aux I/P 1 Pickup Delay


Delay on pickup of DC Status input 1

Aux I/P 2 Pickup Delay Aux I/P 3 Pickup Delay Aux I/P 4 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 5 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 6 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 7 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 8 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 9 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 10 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 11 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 12 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 13 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 14 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 15 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 16 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 17 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 18 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 19 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 20 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 21 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 22 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 23 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 24 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 25 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 26 Pickup Delay1 Aux I/P 27 Pickup Delay1 Inhibit W1 87REF3
Selects which inputs inhibit the 87REF element

Inhibit W2 87REF3
Selects which inputs inhibit the 87REF elemen2

Trip Circuit Fail


Selects which inputs are monitoring trip circuits, inputs should normally also be selected as Inverted Inputs (see below)

Trigger Storage
Selects which inputs can trigger a waveform record

Clock Sync.
Selects which input is used to synchronise the real time clock

Inverted Inputs
Selects which inputs pickup when voltage is removed, often used when monitoring trip circuits.

1) Only when fitted. 2) 27 status inputs represents maximum configuration.

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REYLOGIC CONTROL MENU Range Enable, Disable Default Enable Setting

Description General Logic


Selects whether the logic diagram is enabled, if disabled then no outputs will be driven.

1.7

REYLOGIC ELEMENT MENU Range 0,160000 ms Default 400 ms Setting

Description Trip Cct Fail Pickup Delay


Delay before trip circuit failure picks up. Used in conjunction with STATUS INPUT MENU/Trip Circuit Fail setting to configure how many trip circuits are being monitored.

1.8

OUTPUT RELAY MENU Range NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291 Default 4,5 4,5 4,5 4,5 NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE Setting

Description 87
Biased Differential operated

87 HS
Differential Highset operated

W1 87REF
Winging 1 High Impedance Restricted Earth Fault operated

W2 87REF
Winging 2 High Impedance Restricted Earth Fault operated

Phase A
A phase A element operated

Phase B
A phase B element operated

Phase C
A phase C element operated

General Starter
A starter element is picked up

General Trip
An element has operated. Useful when testing individual functions!

Trip Circuit Fail


A trip circuit has failed, look at status input Leds to find out which one

New Data Stored


The waveform recorder has stored new information Note: this is a pulsed output

Aux I/P 1 Operated


DC Status 1 has operated

Aux I/P 2 Operated Aux I/P 3 Operated Aux I/P 4 Operated2 Aux I/P 5 Operated2 Aux I/P 6 Operated2 Aux I/P 7 Operated2 Aux I/P 8 Operated2 Aux I/P 9 Operated2 Aux I/P 10 Operated2 Aux I/P 11 Operated2 Aux I/P 12 Operated2 Aux I/P 13 Operated2 Aux I/P 14 Operated2 Aux I/P 15 Operated2 Aux I/P 16 Operated2 Aux I/P 17 Operated2 Aux I/P 18 Operated2 Aux I/P 19 Operated2 Aux I/P 20 Operated2 Aux I/P 21 Operated2 Aux I/P 22 Operated2 Aux I/P 23 Operated2 Aux I/P 24 Operated2 Aux I/P 25 Operated2 Aux I/P 26 Operated2

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Description Aux I/P 27 Operated2 Hand Reset Outputs


Relays selected, as Hand Reset will remain latched until manually reset from front panel or via communications link or by removing DC Supply. By default relays are Self Resetting and will reset when the driving signal is removed.

Range NONE, 1291 NONE, 1291

Default NONE NONE

Setting

Protection Healthy
Relays selected are energised whilst relay self-monitoring does NOT detect any hardware or software errors and DC Supply is healthy. A changeover contact or normally closed contact may be used to generate Protection Defective from this output

NONE, 1291

1) 29 output relays represents maximum configuration. 2) Only when fitted. 3) 3W Only 4) 2W Only.

1.9

LED MENU Range NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 Default 18 19 4 5 1 2 3 NONE NONE 20 17 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 25 26 27 NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE Page 9 of 20 Setting

Description 87
Biased Differential operated

87 HS
Differential Highset operated

W1 87REF
Winging 1 High Impedance Restricted Earth Fault operated

W2 87REF
Winging 2 High Impedance Restricted Earth Fault operated

Phase A
A phase A element operated

Phase B
A phase B element operated

Phase C
A phase C element operated

General Starter
A starter element is picked up. Useful when testing individual functions!

General Trip
An element has operated. Useful when testing individual functions!

Trip Circuit Fail


A trip circuit has failed, look at status inputs Leds to find out which one

New Data Stored


The waveform recorder has stored new information

Aux I/P 1 Operated


DC Status 1 has operated

Aux I/P 2 Operated Aux I/P 3 Operated Aux I/P 4 Operated1 Aux I/P 5 Operated1 Aux I/P 6 Operated1 Aux I/P 7 Operated1 Aux I/P 8 Operated1 Aux I/P 9 Operated1 Aux I/P 10 Operated1 Aux I/P 11 Operated1 Aux I/P 12 Operated1 Aux I/P 13 Operated1 Aux I/P 14 Operated1 Aux I/P 15 Operated1 Aux I/P 16 Operated1 Aux I/P 17 Operated1 Aux I/P 18 Operated1 Aux I/P 19 Operated1 Aux I/P 20 Operated1 Aux I/P 21 Operated1 Aux I/P 22 Operated1 Aux I/P 23 Operated1 Aux I/P 24 Operated1 Siemens Protection Devices Limited 2006

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Description Aux I/P 25 Operated1 Aux I/P 26 Operated1 Aux I/P 27 Operated1 Self Reset LEDs
Leds selected, as Self Reset will automatically reset when the driving signal is removed. By default all Leds are Hand Reset and must be manually reset either locally via the front fascia or remotely via communications.

Range NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132 NONE, 132

Default NONE NONE NONE NONE

Setting

1) Only when fitted.

1.10

DATA STORAGE MENU Range NO, YES NO, YES 1090 % 5 Recs x 1 Seconds, 2 Recs x 2 Seconds, 1 Recs x 5 Seconds NO, YES NO, YES Default NO NO 20 % 5 Recs x 1 Second NO NO Setting

Description Clear Faults


Clears the Fault Records, useful after routine testing.

Clear Events
Clears the Event Records, useful after routine testing.

Pre-Trigger Storage
Specifies the amount of pre fault data for the waveform records.

Data Record Duration1


Specifies the duration of the waveform records and the number of records available.

Trigger Waveform
Triggers a waveform record.

Clear Waveforms
Clears the Waveform Records, useful after routine testing.

1) Number of records and duration available is dependent upon relay model

1.11

COMMUNICATIONS MENU Range 0254 None, Com1, Com2, Auto 1,260 s Default 0 Com1 30 s Setting

Description Station Address


IEC 60870-5-103 Station Address

IEC870 On Port
Selects which port to use for IEC 60870-5-103 communications.

Line Switch Time


When IEC870 On Port is selected to Auto the communications ports are scanned for valid IEC 60870-5-103 communications frames. Once valid frames are detected the com port will remain selected. Subsequently if there are no valid frames received for the Line Switch Time period then the driver will assume the communications circuit has failed and will resume scanning the com ports. Only visible when set to Auto.

Com1 Baud Rate


Sets the communications baud rate for com port 1 (Rear upper Fibre optic port)

Com1 Parity
Selects whether parity information is used

75, 110, 150, 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 Even, Odd, None Light Off, Light On Off, On 75, 110, 150, 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 Even, Odd, None Light Off, Light On Off, On AUTO-DETECT, FRONT PORT, REAR PORT

19200 Even Light Off Off 19200 None Light Off Off AUTO-DETECT

Com1 Line Idle


Selects the communications line idle sense

Com1 Data Echo


Enables echoing of data from RX port to TX port when operating relays in a Fibre Optic ring configuration

Com2 Baud Rate


Sets the communications baud rate for com port 2 (Rear lower Fibre optic port AND Front Fascia RS232 port)

Com2 Parity
Selects whether parity information is used

Com2 Line Idle


Selects the communications line idle sense

Com2 Data Echo


Enables echoing of data from RX port to TX port when operating relays in a Fibre Optic ring configuration

Com2 Direction
Selects how Com2 is shared between the front fascia port and the rear fibre optic port. This allows interlocking to prevent remote access whilst an engineer is attached locally on site if IEC870 is on Com2 and Auto-detect is enabled

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2 INSTRUMENTS INSTRUMENT [ WINDING 1 METERS ] --> press down <-W1 Primary Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 kA W1 Secy Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 A W1 Residual Current 0.00 A W1 REF Current 0.00 A [ WINDING 2 METERS ] --> press down <-W2 Primary Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 kA W2 Secy Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 A W2 Residual Current 0.00 A W2 REF Current 0.00 A [ WINDING 3 METERS ] --> press down <-W3 Primary Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 kA W3 Secy Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 A W3 Residual Current 0.00 A W3 REF Current 0.00 A [ WINDING 4 METERS ] --> press down <-W4 Primary Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 kA W4 Secy Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 A W4 Residual Current 0.00 A [ WINDING 5 METERS ] --> press down <-W5 Primary Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 kA W5 Secy Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 A W5 Residual Current 0.00 A [ BIAS DIFF METERS ] --> press down <-W1 Line Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 xIn W2 Line Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 xIn W3 Line Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 xIn W4 Line Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 xIn W5 Line Currents DESCRIPTION Start of meters for winding 1 Winding 1 primary currents Winding 1 secondary currents Winding 1 secondary residual current Winding 1 secondary restricted earth fault current Start of meters for winding 2 Winding 2 primary currents Winding 2 secondary currents Winding 2 secondary residual current Winding 2 secondary restricted earth fault current Start of meters for winding 3 Winding 3 primary currents Winding 3 secondary currents Winding 3 secondary residual current Winding 3 secondary restricted earth fault current Start of meters for winding 4 Winding 4 primary currents Winding 4 secondary currents Winding 4 secondary residual current Start of meters for winding Winding 5 primary currents Winding 5 secondary currents Winding 5 secondary residual current Start of (87) Biased Differential meters Winding 1 measured currents Winding 2 measured currents Winding 3 measured currents Winding 4 measured currents Winding 5 measured currents Page 11 of 20

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INSTRUMENT 0.00 0.00 0.00 xIn W1 Relay Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 xIn W2 Relay Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 xIn W3 Relay Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 xIn W4 Relay Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 xIn W5 Relay Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 xIn Operate Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 xIn Restrain Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 xIn Mag Inrush Currents 0.00 0.00 0.00 xIn [ MISC METERS ] --> press down <-Status Inputs 1-16 ---- ---- ---- ---Status Inputs 17-27 ---- ---- --Output Relays 1-16 ---- ---- ---- ---Output Relays 17-29 ---- ---- ---- Time & Date 13/08/2002 10:16:11

DESCRIPTION Winding 1 currents after Interposing CT correction factors applied Winding 2 currents after Interposing CT correction factors applied Winding 3 currents after Interposing CT correction factors applied Winding 3 currents after Interposing CT correction factors applied Winding 3 currents after Interposing CT correction factors applied Differential operate currents Differential restrain currents Differential magnetising inrush currents (even harmonic content of operate currents but mainly 2nd harmonic content) Start of miscellaneous meters Displays the state of DC status inputs 1 to 16 Displays the state of DC status inputs 17 to 27 Displays the state of output relays 1 to 16 Displays the state of output relays 17 to 29 Time and Date

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3 IEC 60870-5-103 COMMUNICATIONS INFORMATION 3.1 IEC 60870-5-103 Semantics in monitor direction FUN 60 60 60 FUN 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 INF 1 2 3 INF 0 0 2 3 4 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 36 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 84 7 8 9 10 12 128 129 130 135 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 Description IEC870 Active Com1 IEC870 Active Com2 Front Port OverRide Description GI End Time Synchronisation Reset FCB Reset CU Start/Restart Settings changed Setting G1 selected Setting G2 selected Setting G3 selected Setting G4 selected Status Input 1 Status Input 2 Status Input 3 Status Input 4 Trip Circuit Fail Start/Pick-up L1 Start/Pick-up L2 Start/Pick-up L3 Start/Pick-up N General Trip Trip L1 Trip L2 Trip L3 General Start/Pick-up Biased Differential Differential Highset W1 Restricted Earth Fault W2 Restricted Earth Fault W3 Restricted Earth Fault Cold Start Warm Start Re-Start Trigger Storage Status Input 5 Status Input 6 Status Input 7 Status Input 8 Status Input 9 Status Input 10 Status Input 11 Status Input 12 GI x x x GI x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x TYP 1 1 1 TYP 8 6 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 COT 1,9 1,9 1,9 COT 10 8 3 4 5 1 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1 1 1 1 1,9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 Page 13 of 20

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FUN 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178

INF 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209

Description Status Input 13 Status Input 14 Status Input 15 Status Input 16 Status Input 17 Status Input 18 Status Input 19 Status Input 20 Status Input 21 Status Input 22 Status Input 23 Status Input 24 Status Input 25 Status Input 26 Status Input 27 Plant Control Relay 1 Plant Control Relay 2 Plant Control Relay 3 Plant Control Relay 4 Plant Control Relay 5 Plant Control Relay 6 Plant Control Relay 7 Plant Control Relay 8 Plant Control Relay 9 Plant Control Relay 10 Plant Control Relay 11 Plant Control Relay 12 Plant Control Relay 13 Plant Control Relay 14 Plant Control Relay 15 Plant Control Relay 16 Plant Control Relay 17 Plant Control Relay 18 Plant Control Relay 19 Plant Control Relay 20 Plant Control Relay 21 Plant Control Relay 22 Plant Control Relay 23 Plant Control Relay 24 Plant Control Relay 25 Plant Control Relay 26 Plant Control Relay 27 Plant Control Relay 29 Plant Control Relay 29

GI x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

TYP 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

COT 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9 1,9

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IEC 60870-5-103 Semantics in control direction FUN 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 178 178 178 178 INF 0 0 19 23 24 25 26 110 111 112 113 Description GI Initiation Time Synchronisation LED reset Settings Group 1 Select Settings Group 2 Select Settings Group 3 Select Settings Group 4 Select Settings Group 5 Select Settings Group 6 Select Settings Group 7 Select Settings Group 8 Select COM TYP 7 6 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 COT 9 8 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON

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4 REYLOGIC DIAGRAMS
Filenam e: 87.RLD Art.No.: 2661S81460 Description: 87 n WindingLogic Author: Paul M udditt Revision History Release Initials Date Com m ent 1 P M 14-03-2003 First version 2 P M 24-03-2003 Art No Added 3 P M 14-05-2003 Renam ed, standard logic for all Duobias-Mwinding versions 87/87HS BIASED DIFFE RE NTIAL LOGIC
A87_Output1 A87_Output2 A87_Output3 A87HS_Output1 A87HS_Output2 A87HS_Output3
Filenam e: W1-87REF.RLD Art.No.: 2661S81462 Description: W1-87REF Logic Author: Paul M udditt Revision History Release Initials Date Com m ent 1 PM 14-03-2003 First version 2 PM 24-03-2003 Art No Added 3 PM 06-05-2003 Inhibit added W1 87 RESTRICTED E ARTH FAULT LOGIC
W1_87REF_Operated1

IE CE vent Code 178-7


1 A87_Trip

87

IE CE vent Code 178-8


1 A87HS_Trip

87HS

IE C Event Code 178-9


W1_87REF_Trip W1_87REF_Inhibit

W1 87RE F

Inhibit W1 87REF

W1_87REF_Inhibit_Input

Filenam e: W2-87RE F.RLD Art.No.: 2661S81465 Description: W2-87RE F Logic Author: P aul M udditt Revision History Release Initials Date Com m ent 1 P M 14-03-2003 First version 2 P M 24-03-2003 Art No Added 3 P M 06-05-2003 Inhibit added W2 87 RE STRICTE DE ARTH FAULT LOGIC
W2_87REF_Operated1

IE CE vent Code 178-10


W2_87REF_Trip W2_87REF_Inhibit

W2 87RE F

Inhibit W2 87RE F

W2_87REF_Inhibit_Input

Filenam e: W3-87RE F.RLD Art.No.: 2661S81479 Description: W1-87RE F Logic Author: P aul M udditt Revision History Release Initials Date Com m ent 1 P M 14-05-2003 First version based upon W1-87RE F.RLD

W3 87 RE STRICTE DE ARTH FAULT LOGIC


W3_87REF_Operated1

IE CE vent Code 178-12


W3_87REF_Trip W3_87REF_Inhibit

W3 87RE F

Inhibit W3 87RE F

W3_87REF_Inhibit_Input

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Filenam e: DUOBIAS-M -200-5W-LOGIC.RLD Art.No.: 2661S81510 Description: DUOBIAS M200 5W General Logic Diagram Author: Paul M udditt Revision History Release Initials Date Com m ent 1 P M 15-06-2003 First version 2 P M 19-06-2003 Art No's added

OVE RALL PHASE SELE CTION LOGIC


A87_Output1 A87HS_Output1 A87_Output2 A87HS_Output2 A87_Output3 A87HS_Output3 W1_87REF_Starter1 W2_87REF_Starter1 W3_87REF_Starter1 A87_Output1 A87HS_Output1 A87_Output2 A87HS_Output2 A87_Output3 A87HS_Output3 1

IEC Event Code 176-64


PhaseA_Starter

IE C Event Code 176-65


1 PhaseB_Starter

IEC Event Code 176-66


1 PhaseC_Starter

IEC Event Code 176-67


1 PhaseN_Starter

IEC Event Code 176-69


1 PhaseA_Trip

Phase A Phase B Phase C

IEC Event Code 176-70


1 PhaseB_Trip

IEC Event Code 176-71


1 PhaseC_Trip

GENERAL STARTER Filenam LOGIC e: DUOBIAS-M -200-5W.RLD 2661S81364 PhaseA_Starter Art.No.: Description: DUOBIAS M200 5W ReylogiC Diagram s PhaseB_Starter Author: Paul M udditt 1 PhaseC_Starter Revision History PhaseN_Starter Release Initials Date Com m ent GENERAL TRIP LOGIC
PhaseA_Trip PhaseB_Trip PhaseC_Trip W1_87REF_Operated1 W2_87REF_Operated1 W3_87REF_Operated1

IEC Event Code 176-84


General_Starter

General Starter

IE C Event Code 176-68


1 General_Trip

General Trip

Filenam e: COM M ON.RLD Art.No.: 2661S81468 Description: Com m on Functions Logic Diagram Author: Paul M udditt Revision History Release Initials Date Com m ent 1 P M 20-03-2003 First RDL version 2 P M 24-03-2003 Art No Added TRIP CIRCUIT FAILURE LOGIC Trip Circuit Fail
TCSAlarmInput

TripCctTim er
400 / 0

IEC E vent Code 176-36


TCSAlarmOutput

Trip Circuit Fail

Don't forget to programTrip CCT inputs as inverted Individual Trip CCT Fail LE D or CONTACTS can be achieved by program ing/labelling because of the I/O m arshalling logic FAULT AND WAVE FORMRE CORDE R LOGIC
TRIGD 1

Trigger Storage

General_Trip StatusTrigger

& TRIGD

TRIGGERSTORAGE

New Data Stored

General_Trip

TriggerHold
0 / 10

&

TRIGFLTREC

TriggerReset
2000 / 10

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5 LABEL INSERTS 5.1 2W E8 CASE Duobias-M-200-2W R12 E8 22.08.06


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 AUX 1 I/P OPERATED AUX 2 I/P OPERATED AUX 3 I/P OPERATED NEW DATA STORED PHASE A PHASE B PHASE C (87) BIAS. DIFFERENTIAL (87HS) DIFF. HIGHSET (W1 87REF) RES. E/F (W2 87REF) RES. E/F (74TC) TRIP CIRCUIT FAIL

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2W E12, E16 CASE Duobias-M-200-2W R12 Left 22.08.06 Duobias-M-200-2W R12 Right 22.08.06
NEW DATA STORED (87) BIAS. DIFFERENTIAL (87HS) DIFF. HIGHSET (74TC) TRIP CIRCUIT FAIL 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 AUX 1 I/P OPERATED AUX 2 I/P OPERATED AUX 3 I/P OPERATED AUX 4 I/P OPERATED AUX 5 I/P OPERATED AUX 6 I/P OPERATED AUX 7 I/P OPERATED AUX 8 I/P OPERATED AUX 9 I/P OPERATED AUX 10 I/P OPERATED AUX 11 I/P OPERATED 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

PHASE A PHASE B PHASE C (W1 87REF) RES. E/F (W2 87REF) RES. E/F

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3/4/5W E12, E16 CASE Duobias-M-200-nW R12 Left 22.08.06 Duobias-M-200-nW R12 Right 22.08.06
NEW DATA STORED (87) BIAS. DIFFERENTIAL (87HS) DIFF. HIGHSET (74TC) TRIP CIRCUIT FAIL 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 AUX 1 I/P OPERATED AUX 2 I/P OPERATED AUX 3 I/P OPERATED AUX 4 I/P OPERATED AUX 5 I/P OPERATED AUX 6 I/P OPERATED AUX 7 I/P OPERATED AUX 8 I/P OPERATED AUX 9 I/P OPERATED AUX 10 I/P OPERATED AUX 11 I/P OPERATED 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

PHASE A PHASE B PHASE C (W1 87REF) RES. E/F (W2 87REF) RES. E/F (W3 87REF) RES. E/F

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