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TRACTION INSTALI.ATION DI RECTORATE

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GOVERNMENTOF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
FOR
CONTROL AND RELAY PANEL FOR 25 kV ac TSS
INCLUDING SPECIF'ICATION FOR
NT]MERICAL TYPE PROTECTION RELAYS FOR TRACTION
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TRANSFORMER,25 KV SHUNT CAPACITOR BAIIK AtlD
TRANSMISSION LINE
FOR
25 kV ac TSS ON INDIAN RAIL\MAYS

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Specification No. TUSPC/PSUPROTCT16070(9/08)


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ISSUEDBY
TRACTION INSTALLATION DIRECTORATE
RESEARCHDESIGNSAND STANDARDSORGANISATTON
LUCKNOW -226011.

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SPECIFICATION FOR: Technical specificationfor control and relay panel for 25 kV ac TSS
including specificationfor numerical type protection relays for traction transformer,25 b,/ shunt
capacitorbank and transmissionline for 25 kv ac traction substationson Indian Railways.

SPECIFICATIONNo. TvSPCiPSI/PRorcT
I 6070(9/08)

Amendment
Number

Amendment/Revision

Total pagesincluding
drawings

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50

PREPAREDBY

Date of
lssue

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CHECKED BY

APPROVEDBY

DTI.P& S

ED-TI (Co-ord)

SIGNATURES
DATE
DESIGNATION

SE/TI

COPYNUMBBR

ISSUEDBY .

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DATE

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INDEX
Hn,IDING

CLAUSE

No
1.0

SCOPE

2.0

TRACTION POWER SUPPLYSYSTEM

3.0

SERVICECONDITIONS

4.0

GOVERNING SPECIFICATIONS

5.0

DESIGN FEATURE OF CONTROL AND RELAY PANEL

6.0

PROTECTIVERELAYS

7.0

SCHEME OF PROTECTION

8.0

PARTICULARS OF POTENTIAL AND CURRENT TRANSFORMERS

9.0

TESTS

10.0

TECHNICALDATA LITERATUREAND DRAWINGS

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ERECTIONTESTINGAND COMMISSIONING

12.0

OPERATION, MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

1,3.0

SPARESAND SPECIALTOOLS

14.0

PACKAGING& FORWARDING

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WARRANTY

ANNEXURE
Annexure-A

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

Annexure-B

DEFINITIONS& EXPLANATIONS

Annexure-C

SCHEDULEOF GUARANTEEDPARTICULARS

Annexure-D

LIST OF THE EQUIPMENT ON PANEL

'Annexure-E

GENERAL SCHEME OF TRACTION POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM

Annexure-F

TYPICAL SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF PROTECTION FOR DOUBLE


TRANSFORMER TRACTION SUB.STATION

Annexure-G

TYPICAL SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF PROTECTIONFOR SINGLE


TRANSFORMER TRACTION SUB.STATION

Specno. TVSPC/PSVPROTCT/6070
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This specificationappliesto the design,manufacture,supplyand erection& commissioning
of control and relay panel complete with RDSO approvednumerical type protective
relays for
control , monitoringand protectionin the traction subitationscomprising itZZO1t32/ll0/66kV
and
25 kV circuit breakers,25 kV intemrpters and 220 or I3Z oi I l0 or 66127
kV single phase
transformers,substationequipment, 25 kV over headequipment(OHE) feedersand
shuntcapacitor
banks& transmissionlines (if askedfor by the purchur.i in the tender).
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The control & relay panelshave beenclassifiedinto three categoriesfor the purpose
of this
specification,viz.
TYPE-I: Required at 220127kVor 132127kV or I I 0l27kV or 66l27kV stepdown
substations.
TYPE-II: Requiredat 220127kVor I32l27kv or 1I 0127kV or 66/27kVstepdown
substationswith
an additionalrespectiv
e 220kYlI32 kV ll1 0 kV/66 kV line sectioningfacilities.
TYPE-III: Requiredat 220/1321110166
kV switchingstationwith only line sectioningfacilities.
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The control & relay panels offered shall be completewith Numerical relays
for different
protection functions, meters, auxiliary relays, control iwitches, indicating
LED;, annunciator,
wiring and all other accessoriesand materials necessaryfor efficient control
and protection of
substatioirequipmentsand feeders.Suchaccessories
and materialsshall be deemedto be within the
scopbof this specificationwhetherspecificallymentionedor not.
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Feeder protection relays shall be governed by their respective RDSO specifications
as
mentionedin clause no. 6.1. Transformer,25 kV shunt .upurito, bank
& transmissionline
protectionwill be governedby this specification.
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This specificationgenerallyrefers to double line sectionshaving 2 feeder
CB,s and2
tractiontransformersprovided at the sub stations(asper the lay out drawinis
enclosedat AnnexureE) howeverin caseof the more number of lines andlor additionaltransfoio..,
at sub stations,the
purchasershall furnish the layout drawings for the traction system.
The quantity of the panels,
relaysand all equipmentsshall be as per the new drawings;howeverthe design
aspectsof the each
protectionrelaysand individualpanelequipmentshallbe sameasper this
specification.
The designdrawingsof the panel'sphysicallayout,mimic diagramsetc. shall
be approved
by purchaserin advanceunder suc,frcondition.
th two traction transformers,however if only one
vision for installationof anothertransformerat a
els shall be supplied and the panel for the other

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ayxiliary relays.Necessarycut outs for housingtheserelays at a laterdate


shall be provided,which
shall be blankedwith suitableplates of MS shiets ,.rur.d from inside of the panel
for the sealing
pu{pose.Purchasershall clearly specifyits requirementsin the tender
documentin this regard.

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Paralleloperationof 2 nos 21.6 MVA tractiontransformersat a TSS shall
be permitted
under exceptionalcircumstancesand protection schemeshall have to te
adoptedu, p* RDSO
instructionno. TI/IN/0O17(Julyl2008):The purchasershall advice its requirements
at the time of
tendering..

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2.1

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TRACTION POWER SUPPLY SYSTBM


GBNERAL SCHBME OF TRACTION POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM

2.1.1 Power is receivedfrom the grid network of the supply authoritiesat 220 kVll32 kVlll}
kY166kV, at traction substations(TSS).25kV power supply for traction is drawn througha singlephasestepdown traction transformer.The primary winding of this transformeris connectedto any
two phasesof the incomingthreephaselines and on the secondaryside,eitherof the two terminals
of the 25 kV winding is connectedto the traction overheadequipment(OHE), while the other is
solidly earthedand connectedto the runningtractionrails.
2.1.2 Eachtransformerhas its associated
circuit breakerson the primary and secondarysides,with
a separateset of 25 kV circuit breakerscalled "FeederCircuit Breakers" for feeding the traction
OHE lines.
2.1.3 AdjacentTSS are fed from differentphasesof the three-phasesystemin rotation.Neutral
sectionsin front of sectioningand parallelingpost (SP) are provided in the 25 kV OHE for
segregating
the differentphases.In betweenthe TSS and SP, sub-sectioningand parallelingposts
(SSP)are providedfor parallelingthe UP and DN line OHE and also for sectionalizingand fault
localization.The attacheddrawingNo. ETIIPSUT02-1at Annexure-Eshowsthe generalschemefor
tractionpowersupplysystem.
2.1.4 The supply to the OHE can be switchedON/OFF through interrupterswhich do not open
automaticallyon fault, but can be closed on to a fault. The fault is clearedby the feedercircuit
breakerprovidedat the traction substation.
2.1.5 Normally power supplyfrom a TSS extendsupto the SP on eitherside of the substation,
but
in caseof an emergencynecessitatingtotal shutdown of the substation,power supply from adjacent
TSS on eithersideof the failed substationcanbe extendedupto the failed substationby closingthe
bridginginterruptersat the two SPs.Also undercertainemergencyconditionsthe power supplycan
be extendedbeyondthe failed TSS up to the next SPthroughfeederCB's of adjoiningTSS.
2.1.6 If any other different traction supply affangementis adopteddue to specialrequirements
(e.g.morethantwo transformerbays,paralleloperationof transformersat TSS etc.)then sameshall
be advisedby the purchaser.
2.2

NATURB OF TRACTION LOAD AND FAULTS ON THE OHE SYSTEM.

2.2.1 The tractionload is a frequentlyand rapidly varying one betweenno load and overload.The
TSS equipmentare subjectto number of earth faults/shortcircuits. The magnitudeof fault current
may generallyvary between40% and 100%of the deadshort-circuit value.
However
at
timesthe fault currentmay be much lesse.g. in caseof bird faults,arcingfaults orbond openearth
faults etc. which shall fall under the categoryof high impedanceearth faults. The details of the
protectionrelays& schemearegiven in Para7.1 to 7.4.
2.2.2 The AC electricrolling stock is fitted, for conversionof ac to dc, with single-phase
bridgeconnectedsilicon rectifiers with smoothingreactorfor feedingthe dc traction motors.The rectifiers
introduceharmoniccurrentsin the 25 kV Power supply.On few locomotives'thereare controlled
asymmetricalthyristor bridge and GTO Pulse width modulation devices, in place of silicon
rectifiers.Typical percentages
of harmonicspresentin the tractioncurrentwith electricrolling stock
areas follows:

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Harmonic Generatedby IR Locomotives

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Harmonic No.

No
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With Diode
Rectifier

with
Thyristor

3'oharmonic(150Hz)
{ ttqfrnonic(250 Hz)

r5%

23%

6%

7-lq..onic (350Hz)

4%

r4%
r0%

4. 9* harmonic(450 Hz)
5 . _!!'nharmonic(550Hi)
6. THD's

16.64%

with
GTOos

4%
3%

3%
2%
0.5%
0.35%
0.4%

29.rs%

3.68%

2'2'3 The averagepower factor of the conventionalelectriclocomotiveand electric


multiple units
generallyvary between0.7 and0.8 lagging without compensation.
?'2:a In big yards and loco sheds,a large numberof locomotivesstandidle with only the load of
their auxiliaries,drawing fairly largereactivepower. The load power factor is
therefore,ratherlow.
2'2'5 Three Phaseelectrical locomotivesand EMU'S have been introduced
in Indian Railways.
Thesetypesof locomotivesand EMU'S are capableof regenerationduring braking.
2.3

SHORT CIRCUIT APPARENT POWER OF THE SYSTEM

The short-circuit apparentpower for varioussystemvoltagesis as under,however


the actualvalues
shall be furnishedby purchaserin consultationwith suppl/authority:
Short Circuit Level
Highest systemvoltage
KV

52
72.5
123

l4s
245

Short circuit apparent power


MVA

200
3500
6000
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20000

2.4 AUXILIARY POWERSUPPLIESAT TRACTION SUBSTATION


Thefollowingpowersuppliesareavailable
at a tractionsubstation.
i.) 11.0
V (+rs%& - 30%)dc.
ii) 240v +/- 20% ac,50Hz+l- 3yo,singlephasefrom a2510.24kVauxiliarytransformer.

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BOOSTER TRANSFORMBRS (BTs)

2.5

In order to reduceinductive interferencein adjacenttelecommunicationcircuits on certainsections


of electrifiedtrack, boostertransformersare installed in serieswith the 25 kV traction over head
equipment(OHE). The primary winding of the booster transformer is connectedto the 25 kV
(RC)
oueit eaOequipment(OHE) and the secondurywinding is in serieswith the return conductor
or
150
of
rating
a
with
transformers
Booster
which is strungcloseto the 25 kV overheadequipment.
to
earth
and
100 kVA prorrid. necessaryvoltage to force the traction return current from the rail
flow through the return conductor-.The Booster transformershave a leakageimpedanceof about
0.15ohm eachand arespacedabout2.66km apart'
2.6 OHE IMPEDANCE
For the purposeof relay settingcalculations,the valuesof loop impedancewith earthreturn for the
OHE (65mm2catenaryand 107 mmt contactwire) aretakenas under:
OHE Line Impedance:
OHE impedancevalue for norm al25 kV AC OHE (0Smm"atet"ty
Impedance
OHE configuration
S.N.
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One OHE without BT and RC 0.41170 Ohms/km
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Two OHEs without BT and RC


One OHE with BT and RC
Two OHEs with BT and RC

0.24 170 o Ohms/km


0.70 270 o Ohms/km
0.43270 o Ohms/km

Boostertransformerimpedanceof 0.15per boostertransformeris addedwheretheseareprovided.


2,7

TRACTION TRANSFORMER

Normalty 216 (ONAN)13I.24(ONAF) MVA or 30 (ONAN)/42 (ONAF) MV A,220 or 132or I 10


or 66127kV, single-phasewith maximum of (12.5+/-0.5) % impedancerating of traction
transformeris provia.O at TSS. The tractiontransformersare designedto carryshorttime overloads
asthe tractionloadsmay exceedfor shortperiods.
Rating of the power transformer:
Rated secondarycurrent of the Transformer

Rated capacity for

30 MVA
1 1 ll A m p s
Continuous
150%i.e 1666.5AmPs
l5 Min
200%i.e.2222AmPs
5 Min
Ability to withstand Thermal : 5 second
Dvnamic: 0.25second
shortcircuit

21.6MVA
800Amps
150%i.e 1200Amps
200%i.e. 1600Amps
Thermal : 5 second
Dvnamic: 0.5 second

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Note: The rating and designof the traction transformermay changehencemanufacturer/supplier
purchaser.
the
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SBRVICE CONDITIONS

3.0

3.1 The control and relay panelsare intendedfor use in humid tropical climate in any part of India
with the following atmosphericconditions:
ServiceConditions

6.

Max. ambienttemperature
Min. ambienttemperature
Max. Temp attainableby an objecf r4p9qg!1g Sun
Max. & Minimum relativehumiditY
Max. (Basic)wind pressure
Elevationabovethe mean sealevel

7.

Vibrations

2.
J.

4.
5.

60'c
-10'c
70"c
r00%&22%
200kelm'
To be consideredfor all
completeIndian
peninsula

Max: 350 micron


Average:30 - 150micron
Time duration:rapidly varyrngtime duration

The control and relay panelsshall be installedin masonrycontrol cubiclesat the traction
3.2
substations,which are normally unattended.The masonrycontrol cubiclesare situatedcloseto the
Railway tracksand hencethe Panelsare subjectedto vibrationsdue to running trains.
GOVERI\ING SPECIFICATIONS

4.0

The main componentscovered by the specification shall conform to the following standard
specifications (iatest version), which shall be applied in the manner altered, amended or
by the specificationand IndianElectricityRuleswhereapplicable.
supplemented

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Electricalrelaysfor power systemproteqtiqq


StaticprotectiverelaYs
IS:8686
Direct acting indicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuring
IS:1248
instruments.
Conductorsfor insulatedelectrical cablesand flexiblecords
IS:8130
Currenttransformers
IS:2705
I S : 3 1 5 6 . 8 S : 3 9 3 8Voltagetransformers
Control cable
IS:694
HRC cartridgefuse
IS:9224
Control switch/ Pushbutton
IS: 6875
IS:5578111353 Panelwiring
'lS:4237
Switch geargeneralrequirement
Specification for Electrical relays, Contact performance &'
IS:12083I& II
Insulationtests
Electricalrelays
IEC: 60255

rs 3231

windows,MCBs, bell
All othercomponentssuchas indicationLEDs, terminalblocks,'annunciatgt
shall be duly
specifications
etc. shall conform to relevantIS specifications(latestversion)and such
mentionedby the tenderersin their offer.

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Other relatedand linked specificationswhich should be read in conjunctionwith this specification


areasunder.

TI/SPC/PSVPTsiO992
(619ilwith A&C l&2
ETYPSY9D
ETI/PSVLIT
(7185)
with A&C l&6
TVSPC/PSVCB/OO04

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with A&C I to 8
Tr/SPC/PSy30TRN/207
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ETVPSyr20(2ter)
TVSPC/PSVPROT
CTt2983(8/2001 )
TVSPC/PSyPROT
CTI 1982(r2t2003)

Tr/sPC/psr/pRoT
cTI 5070 ( 7t2007)

220I l32l l l0l 66125KV PTs


25 KV currenttransformer
220I I32l I l0 I 66 KV currenttransformer
For 25 kv singlepole, doublep[ole and primary
side22 ,66, ll0,l32 and 220 kv two pole /three
pole vacuum with spring-spring and magnetic
actuator and SF6 CBs spring- spring for AC
tractionsub-station
25 KV, 50 Hz singlepole outdoorinterrupter

21.6 MVA, 220,132,110,66KV125KY


single
phase, 50Hz traction power transformerfor
RailwayAC tractionsubstations.
30 MVA 220127,
132127,
Il0l27 kV and66127
kV
single phase traction transformer
ONAN/ONAFwith on loadtapchanser.
Codeof practiceof earthing
Technical specification for panto flash over
protectionrelay for 25 kv system
Technical specification for delta-I type high
resistivefault selectiverelay for 25 kv system
Microprocessor based numerical feeder
protection module comprising DPR, WpC,
PTFF, Inst. OCR and auto reclosurerelays

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DESIGN FEATURES OF CONTROL

5.1

CONSTRUCTIONALFEATTJRES

& RELAY PAI\{EL

shall be
type steel construction'
closed
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supporting'
selfand
ismade
5.1.1 The Panelshall be vt3rtical'
t"* *a sidepanels

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in suchawavthat$l''ffi"iYtfj't"Y;i,-n"""
developed
panEr'
lront sloe
all impbrtanthardwareis orrlhe

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locking
for this,hingedtypedoorswith

o1
forroading
yes11i,i::J,"ffi';:li.llflXlili'Tt;;ffi ;" thepaner
n'"pL"rsrrarJ!9

shallbe Provtoe
arranqement
to RDSO'
transPortation'
oaneifor
by the panelmanufacturers
also'besuggested
may
panels
the
proposed
of
the
etc' of
inv otherconstruction
iit" '*ing'' tr^" itti*""rility
t'"'i"
iit"
o*"it"
whichmavbeconsidered
design'
' to facilitate easeof expansion
dndow,main ProtectionrelaYs'
tont tia" of the controlPanels'
fions, alarm acknowledgement
i ian indication,Pushbuttonfor
:d on sideor rearPanels'Bell /
insidethe panel'
etr
blocks,
terminal
hooter,ICTs,
ing,in view theeaseof maintenanc'
tt
,ii"u. **g"a bY the successful

purchaser.

mm (10 SWG)
steelof thicknessnot lessthan3'25
from.sheet
be.fabricated
shall
panel
side'roof anddoor
5.1.4 The
lessthan;'; il (i4 SWG)for
not
and
panels'
Dase
and
for front,rear'doors
panels.

of operatingstaff shallbe provided


safety
to
5.1'6 Ribbedtyperubbermatting -ersure'p"":.Ttl
Uecontinig*-lt:S'blackcolor'

onthefloorin theftont*Aii"i''3"t'iat "1tri".13"1,,v-"tltlt


*J trt"ii*t"nd thefull lengthof entire
*ia"
(i)
foot
ilt;i;;;h'*
l/a-inchthicr<'
minimum
panel.
5.1.7 The size of C & R
T
of first PrototYPe'
aDProval
at
anbswitchingequiPments
line Protection
transmission
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5-l-t The C&R panel shall conform to IP 52 classto avoid ingressof vermin, insects,rats and
dustand suitablefor use in tropical humid climate.
5-l -9 All control and supply cableswill be laid in a distribution trench running underthe control
panel-The cableswill enter the board from the trench through suitable glandrl tn. supplierwill
furnishdetaileddimensionsof the trenchwork required.Provisionshall be madeto sealihe points
of entry of cablesto preventaccessof insectsand lizardsinto the board.

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suitableto serveas baseand binder for the finishing coat ittutt be applied. The exterior and base
frame of the panel shall be coated with industrially acceptedSiemens gray shade and interior
surfacesof the panelsshall be epoxy powder coatedof white color followed Uy u 200 degreebake
ovening. The finish shall be virtually scratchproofwith all metal surfacescoated to a uniform
dricknesson the powder coat line.
5-l -l I To avoid rusting of the panels during service,the following pre-treatmentthrough seven-

tank
process'ltt"'
t o":':'"*'
?dH31{i"'
fo
Rinsing (Waterwash)
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Pickling (Acid pickling)


Rinsing (Waterwash)
Zinc Phosphating
:n
Rinsing (Waterwash)
*
Drying
*
Powdercoating& curing
If any paintedsurfacegets damagedduring transit, the surfacefinish shall be restoredat site
after
erectionby tenderer.
5.1-12 Thereshall be provision for power down mode for the systemwhen the substationis not
being manned. In this case all the protection elementsshall function as usual but the alarm,
annunciation/display
and local acknowledgement
featureswill remainout of circuit till the systemis
activated.again.
A separatefront accessible
ON/OFFswitchshallbe providedforthis purpose.
5.1.13 All the protectionmodules,dc and ac supplies,equipmentin switch yardltraction
substation,annunciationwindows and other peripheralequipment,-measuring
instrumentsrequiredfor
the control panel shall be hard wired to form a control and relay pinel. For all the external
connections
thereshallbe terminalblocksfor terminatingthe connections.
5.1.14 A local/remotechange-overswitch shall be providedfor eachremotecontrolledapparatus
viz. circuit breaker/interrupterfor changingover the control from local to remote and vice
versa.
The tripping initiated by the protective relays shall however trip the circuit breakers
directly
irrespective
of the positionof the changeoverswitch.
5'1.15 EachCB/interruptershall be controlledby 3 position(trip- neutral-close)controlswitches
laving springreturn to neutral.featureand pistol grip handle uiong with 2 NO contactseachfor trip
& close commands.
5.1.16 An indicativelist of the equipmentto be providedon the control panelsis at Annexure-D.
Any additional equipment needed for satisfactorily working and adequateprotection
for TSS
equipmentwhich is not coveredin annexure-Dshallalsoto be provided.

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5.2

TERMINATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF INTERFACING OF C& R PANEL WITH


SCADA
The successfultenderer shall provide necessarywiring and terminal blocks in control and relay
panelfor inter connectionwith the SCADA RTU as mentionedbelow.
5.2.1 TELECOMMANDS FROM RCC
The traction sub- stations shall be un-attendedtype and the control of all circuit breakers,
interrupters,off load tap changers,lock out releaseof CB's, Panto flash over relay enable/disable,
time synchronizationof relays and motor operatedisolators(if any), shall be normatly done from
Remotecontrol Center(RCC) throughthe SCADA system(to be provided by the purchaserundera
separatecontract). The operation of the controlled equipment shall only be possible when the
associatedlocal/remoteselectorswitch on the control andrelay panel is kept in "Remote" mode.
For this purpose,the successfultenderershall provide necessarywiring in the C & R panel
including from each local/remote selector switch of the CB/BM's to the terminal blocks for
interconnectingto RTU. The purchasershall indicateany additionalrequirementof telecommands
wiring in its tenderdocument.
5.2.2 TELE-SIGNALLING OF INFORMATION
The following informationshall generallybe tele-signalled
to the RCC for monitoringthe statusof
switchgearsand various other events/alarmsfrom TSS.
5.2.2.ISTATUS INDICATIONS OF SWITCHGEARS
ONiOFF statusof circuit breakers,interrupters,and motor operatedisolators(if any).
Low gas/airpressurealarm and lock out condition of the circuit breakersto remotecontrol
center.
SF-6/vacuumcircuit breakersare provided at the traction substations. Necessarycontactsin the
control circuits of the circuit breakermechanismshall be available for signaling of the alarm and
locked out conditions. The contact multiplication functions of the same shall be inbuilt in the
concernednumericalrelays or throughauxiliary relays.
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5.2.2.2TELB SIGNALLING OF TRANSFORMER FAULTS/ALARMS


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TRANSFORMBR-I&2 ALARM
On traction transformersbuchholz relay, winding temperatureindicator, oil temperatureindicator
and low oil level indicatoralarm contactsareprovided.The multiplicationof thesecontactswill be
inbuilt in the numericalprotectionrelays or by using auxiliary relays.For this purposeavailable
contactsshall be wired up and terminatedat terminal block of C&R panel for interconnectionwith
RTU. In additionto abovetelesignalingof the statusof transformerblower fan working shall also
be required.
ii)
TRANSFORMER-I&2 FAULT
The tripping commandfor both HV & LV transformerCBs through inter trip relay by any of the
protectiverelays i.e. differential, earth leakage,over current on primary side, buchholz,excessive
winding temperature,excessiveoil temperature,PRD trip etc. necessary'contacts
shall be wired and
terminatedon separateterminal block for interconnectionwith RTU.

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iii)
The statusof DSS (directionalselectorswitch) and HIS (handinterlockingswitch) shall be
madeavailableat C & R panel,for this purposenecessary
contactsshallbe wired up andterminated
on terminalblock for interconnection
with RTU.
ir') The tractiontransformersat the substationshall be fitted with motor operatedoff-circuit or on
loadtap changerwith its associatedI 10 V dc controlcircuit. The wiring for controlof tap changer
and indicationof tap position shall be terminatedon a terminal block in the control panel for
interconnection
with the RTU.
5.2.2.3SUPERVISIONOF 110V D.C SUPPLY OF VARIOUS CONTROL CIRCUITS
(i) Healthiness
of 110 V dc suppliesof variouscircuitsis explainedat clauseNo. 5.6. The
successfultenderershall wire necessarycontactsof each dc supervisionrelay up to the
terminalblocksfor inter-connection
with the RTU.
t iit

I l0 V dc supplyfail to the trip circuitsof 220ll32ll10166kV transmission


line breakersfor
all the circuits installed(applicableto type II & III controlpanelsonly) shall also be wired
andterminatedup to the terminalboardsfor interconnectionwith RTU.

-i.].2.4 PT FUSE FAILURE


The fuseson the secondarysideof the following PT, areto be supervisedindependently.
i)
25 kV l110VPT for feeder-I
ii)
25 kVll l0V PT for feeder-2
iii)
220kVfircV or 132kV/ 110V or 110kV / I l0 V

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or 66 kV / 110V (asthe casemay be) PT, of the transmission


lines

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For items (i) & (ii) above,the PT fuse failure is part of the feederprotectionmodule.For the
purposeof interconnections
to RTU, the successfultenderershall provide necessarywiring up to
terminalblocksin the controlandrelaypanel.
5.2.2.5PROTECTION RBLAYS OPERATION
The operationof distanceprotectionrelays,instantaneous
over currentrelays,wrong phasecoupling
relays,PT fuse failure relays,Delta-I relays,Pantoflash over, mastertrip, inter trip relay etc. for 25
kV individualfeedersand relay healthy,autoreclose,lockoutarealsorequiredto be telesignalled
to
RCC.
In additionto abovethe numericalprotectionrelaysprovided in the panel shall have numberof
other telesignalsavailable (details of which shall be available in the relay catalogues/design
particulars).The successfultenderershall wire all such contactsof each numerical relav and
tenminate
on separate
terminalblocks,for inter-connection
with RTU for futureuse.
Funherthereshallbe provisionof 3 nos.spareauxiliaryrelaysindividuallyhaving2 NO + 2 NC
rcnmcts along with the necessarywiring in the panel for future use of any additional
:e.s i snals/contact
multiplication.
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6 TELESIGNALLING OF CIRCUIT BREAKER TRIP CIRCUIT FAILURE
:iei-=ir*s of trip circuits and coils of differentcircuit breakersshall be monitoredby concerned
ruunmcalProtectionrelay.The failureof trip circuit shallbe telesignalled
to RCC. f'or this purpose,
tne s-c;csstultenderershall provide necessarywiring and terminateit on terminalblock for inter:;:r,Imiff;,1,n'\\ ith RTU.

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5.2.2.7TELESIGNAL OF LOW AND HIGH 110 VOLT DC CONTROL VOLTAGE


Contactsfor telesignallingof lowftrigh dc control voltage monitoring relay as per clauseNo. 5.7
shall be wired up and terminatedon the terminal block for inter-connectionwith RTU.
5.2.2.8TELESIGNALLING OF THE HEALTHINESS OF OHE AND INCOMING SUPPLY
Healthinessof the OHE voltage and incoming voltage shall be monitoredthrough indicationtype
PT's, for this purpose suitable terminals and wiring shall be provided in the panel for
interconnectionwith SCADA.
5.2.3 TELEMETERTNG oF CURRENT, voLTAGE, AND powER FACTOR To Rcc

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The SCADA systemhas beendesignedto telemeteranalogparametersto RCC, necessarywiring in


the panel up to the terminal blocks shall be provided by the successfultenderer for follo*1ng
parameters.
a)
Two current parametersof the 25 kV feedersthrough transducers/suitable IED's taking
reference
from the25 kV, 1000-50015
A or 1500-75015A
or 3000-1500/5
CT
b)
Onevoltageparameterfrom eitherof the 25kVlllO V feederPT, througha suitablechange
over arrangementand a voltagetransducer/suitable
IED's.

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Note; The current coils of current and power factor transducersare to be connectedin serieswith
the coils of ICT provided for metering in panel. The successfultenderershall provide suitable
terminal blocks inside the control and relay panel such that it is possibleto connectthe transducer
coils in serieswith the coils of ICT used for meteringby suitablerearrangement
of links on the
terminalblock.
5.3

MIMIC DIAGRAM

5.3.1 The schemeof connectionsat the traction sub-station(including feedingpost ) showingthe


circuit breakers,transformers,isolatorsand interruptersshall be representedbt; single line mimic
diagramon the control panel. The color of the bus bar (mimic) shall be signal red to shade 537of
IS:5 for 22011321110166
kV, goldenyellow to shade356 of IS:5 for 25 kV and blackfor 240V.The
mimic diagramshall be made of aluminum strip or reflector PVC strip and fixed on the panel.The
width of the mimic shallbe of 8mm. The successfultendererwill be requiredto submithis proposal
for layout of equipmenton the control panelto the purchaserfor his appioval.
5.3.2 Automatic semaphoreLED type indication shall be incorporatedin the mimic diagramto
indicatethe ON/OFF position of circuit breakersand intemrpters.
5.3'3 The position of 22011321110166
kV and 25 kV isolatorsshall be represented
on the mimic
diagramby manuallyoperatedsemaphoreswitches.
5.4

INDICATING INSTRUMENTS

5.4.1 Scaiable4 % digitsbright red LED display digital Ammeters,Voltmetersand power factor
metersshall be provided as indicatedin Annexure-D. The instrumentsshall be of the switchboard
type,backconnected,suitablefor semi-flushor flushpanelmounting,providedwith dusttight cases
of IP 54 class.

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5.-1.1 The instrumentsshall generally conform to IS 13875 part 1-3 and shall have typical
accuracvof 99.9%at full scaleand resolutionof lo/oto 100%of full scale.The tractionload current
and voltage waveformsare not true sinusoidalhencethe digital type meters should also have
capabilitl'to measurethe true RMS value of voltage and currentwaveforms(up to the crestfactor
of 3.0)distorteddueto presence
of harmonics.
5.-+.3 The digital metersshall be fully configurablefor use along with different type/classand
ratiosof CT/PT in useon variousTSS of IR. All the digital metersshall be suitablefor working on
I lO-volt dc or 180-240 volt single-phaseAC supply and under tropical condition of [igh
temperatures
up to 60 degreeCelsiusand relativehumidity of 9l%.Suitablevoltage and current
surgeprotectionshallbe in built for the digital metersprovidedon the panel.
5.1.4 Pou'erfactor meter shall have range of lagging 0.5 to leading 0.5 in suitablespan,with
accurac\-+l- l%. The power factor meter shouldbe capableof measurement
of power factor for
non-sinusoidal
waveformsgeneratedby traction loadsby using the suitabletechniquesto average
the instantaneous
powerthen divide it by multiplicationof true RMS voltageandcurrent.
5.4.5 All technicaldetailsof digital meterlike samplingfrequency,responsetime and bandwidth
etc.regardingcapabilityof the meterto measuretrue RMS valuesshallbe furnishedby the tenderer
along with the operating,safety,installationand commissioningand maintenanceinstructionsof
equipmentmanufacturer.
5-4.6 All circuits includingthe input modulesof instrumentsshall be capableof withstandingat
least 20% overloadfor 8 hours and 20 times for 3 second.The instrumentsshall be capableto
withstanda high voltagetestof 2,000Vrms to earthfor oneminute.
5.4.7 The ammeter& current circuit of power factor meter shall be connectedin seriesof CT
throughsuitableratingof inter posingtransformer(ICT).
5.5 ANNUNCIATION
5.5.1 Red LEDs and bell, both operatingon 110 V d.c. supply,shall be providedon the control
panelfor giving individualvisual and audiblealarmwheneverany of the protectiverelaysoperates.
The visual alarm shall be of flashertype, which shall continuouslyflicker till acknowledged,
after
uhich it shallonly glow. The annunciationLEDs shallbe providedon the controlpanelat ihe top in
suitablenumberof rows for concernedtransformer/circuit-breakerlPT
etc. The alarm accepting,
r isual resettingand annunciationtesting buttons shall be mounted on the control panel at a
convenientplace& height.The alarmbell shallbe mountedinsidethe controlboard
-<-r-l The tenderer shall clearly specify in his offer detailed technical description of the
a::nunciationclearly bringing out the type of annunciatorbeing provided by him with detailed
:echnicaldescriptionof the annunciator.
: -<-: Annunciationshall be arrangedfor the following fault conditionsas applicablefor each
r --;:-:--Thereshall be 20 Yo sparewindows availableat the annunciatorwindowto caterfor future
lr:'*:S-ttri'lS.

l) TI-PE I & TYPE II CONTROL PANEL


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l-ll I10 66 KV, HV andLV transformer
breakerauto-trip.
: :-{ r.\- rransformerbreakerautotrip.
-- :-' i\ I--ederbreakerauto-trip.

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4) TransformerBuchholz trip.
5) Transformeroil temperaturetrip.
6) Transformerwinding temperaturetrip.
7) Transformerpressurerelief devicetrip.
8) TransformerBuchholz alarm.
9) Transformeroil temperaturealarm.
l0) Transformerwinding temperaturealarm.
I 1)Transformerlow oil level alarm.
12)25 kV bus supplyI PT (type-Il) fuse fail.
13)240V, single-phase
supplyfails (only oneNo.).
14)22011321110166
kV line breakerautotrip (Applicableonly for Type II).
15)22011321110166
kV line PT fusefail (Applicableonly for Type II).
l6) Auto-reclosurelocks out.
17)Low air I gaspressurealarm (separatewindow for HV, LV and FeederCB).
l8)Low air lgaspressure
window for HV, LV and FeederCB).
trip and lock (separate
19)Pantoflashoverrelay bypassed.
20) OHE supply fail I indication type PT (type-I) fuse blown (Individual window for each
indicationtype PT/feeder).
b) TYPE III PANEL
1) 220ll32l110166
kV line breakerautotrip.
kV line PT fusefail.
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5.5.4 For annunciationof OHE supply fail or indicationPT (TYPE-I) fuse blown, suitablerelay
operatedthrougheachindicationPT shall be providedin the C&R panel.The burdenof the relay on
the PT shall not exceed2VA. The relay shall be of continuousduty tlpe and shouldnot get affected
on transientfluctuationsin voltage.
5.5.5 For annunciationof 240 V, single-phaseac auxiliary supply failure, tenderer.mayuse
suitablerelay operatedon the 240 V ac or use advancedtype annunciationwith built in featureto
monitorthe same.Tenderermay clearlyspecifythis in his offer.
5.6

DC SUPPLY SUPERVISION AND ALARM

Provisionshall be made for alarm and supervisionof 1l0 V dc supply to various control, alarm and
indicationcircuits. 110 V dc supply to control and relay panel is madeavailablefrom I lOV battery
charger/batteriesthrough distribution panel provided in the control room, to generally feed
following separatecircuits:
l) Control circuit for H.V breakerof tractiontransforrner
2) Control circuit for L.V. breakerof tractiontransforrner
3) Control circuit for 25 kV feederbreakers.
4) Control circuit for interruptors
5) A commoncircuit for alarm and indicationpurposes.
Necessaryprovision for supervisionof dc supply to each of the above circuits shall be made by
using supervisionrelays.Ol failure of dc supplyto any circuit, an LED (providedindividuallyfor
eachof the circuits) and alarm, both operatedon 240 V, single-phaseAC supply, shall come up. A
push button, in series with each supervision circuit, shall be provided by the side of the
coffespondingdc fail indication LED in order to test the healthinessof the supervisionand alarm
circuit. In addition, a common miniaturetype push button for the cancellationof horn shall also be
provided:

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LOW AI{D HIGH CONTROL VOLTAGE ALARM

.-lrdefinite time under and over voltage relay for each panel shall be provided to monitor the dc
controlvoltage,the low voltageshallbe settablein the rangeof 50 to 100V and high voltage110to
150 V in stepsof 5 volts. Alarm /hooterworking on 230V ac shall be soundedif the low or high
r oltageconditionspersistfor morethan 30 second.

5.8

TRIP CIRCUIT AND COIL CONTINUITY SUPERVISION

The numericalrelaysassociatedwith breakersshall have facility to monitor the continuityand the


ar.ailabilitl'of dc supplyto the trip circuit of eachcircuit breaker,necessaryindicationand alarmof
this shallbe madeavailableon the panelby a LED and annunciation.If this facility is not available
in a numericalrelay then this featureshall be made availableby using an auxiliary relay and the
culrenttakenby this relay shall not exceed10 mA. In seriesof trip circuit supervisiona pushbutton
shall be providedon the panelto checkthe trip circuit supervisionfunctioning.
5.9

II\TDICATION LEDS

5.9.1 Low consumption,extrabright LED indicatinglampsof approximately20 mm diameterwith


insulatedhousing having group of good quality LEDs inside, suitable for panel use shall be
provided.The LEDs shallbe suitablywired to glow at 110V dc supply.
5.9.2 The following color schemeshallbe adoptedfor indicationLEDs.
Indication for

Colour LEDs

Circuit breaker/interrupter
closed(ON)
Circuit breaker/interrupter
open (OFF)
* Trip circuit of CB, Unhealthy
* 110Vdc fail supervision.
*DC under/ over voltage
Line potentialconnectedto 25 kv PT type I (indication
tvpe)
Blower fan working.
HV incominssupplyhealthyindication(for eachphase)
Transformertap changerposition

Red
Green
Yellow
Amber
Yellow
Red
Blue
Red
White

TheseLED. shall normally remain extinguishedand shall light up on 230V, I ph AC on the


occuffenceof an alarmor while manuallytestinsthe healthiness.
5.9.3 The followings indicationsshall be providedon C &. R Panelwith alarm,which shallwork
on 230 V singlephaseAC.
1) DC supplyfail (separateindicationfor eachcircuit)
2) Trip circuit unhealthy(separate
indicationfor eachCB)
3) DC under/overvoltage.

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TERMINAL BLOCKS FOR WIRING AND TESTING PURPOSE

5.10.1 Terminal blocks for testing purposeshall be mountedconvenientlyinside the control panel
Theiurrentrating of the contactshallbe l0 A continuousand 150A
so astobe easilyaccessible.
for at leastone secondat 240 V ac-or dc.
5.10.2 The current testing terminals shall be provided with short circuiting links or other suitable
devices
(a) To short circuit the currenttransformerleadsbefore interruptingthe normal circuit for injection
from externalsourcefor testing (applicablefor secondaryinjection testsof relays).
(b) To complete the current transformer circuit through a testing instrument in which case the
testinginstrumentshall be connectedto the currentterminalsand the intermediatelink openedout
metersat site).
(applicablefor checkingindicatinginstrumentswith sub-standard
of the moulded
5.10.3 The potentialtestingterminalsshallpreferablybe housedin narrow recesses
insulationblock to preventaccidentalshortcircuits.
5.10.4 The arrangementof the terminals shall be made such that either portable type electronic
energy and maximum demand meters,or trivector metersand power/harmonicanalyzetsetc. for
r.rotding kW, kVA, KVAr and harmonicdistortionetc. can be connectedwhen required.
5.10.5 Vertical or horizontalpillar stacktype terminalblocks, I100 V classand not lessthan 30 A
rating shall be provided for terminating outgoing ends of control panel wiring and the
.o*.iponding inc^omingtail endsof the control cables.Provisionshall be madeon eachpillar for
holding 20Yoext u .onn"ctions. The terminal blocks shall have individual identificationmarkings,
which shall be either engravedor made indelible by any other means.Pillars of terminal blocks
meant for connectionsof incoming control and indication cablesshall be speciallyprovided with
identificationlabelsindicatingfunction(s)of eachterminalblock.
5.10.6 The terminalsshall be of stud type suitablefor terminatingthe endsof control wiring and
outgoingcable ends through crimped terminal spade/lugs,which shall be securelytightenedwith
nutJ anJlpring washers.Suitableshroudsof unbreakabletransparentmaterial shall alsobe provided
on eachterminalblock.
5.10.7Terminalblocks connectedto potentialand currentcircuits shall not be placedadjacentto
eachother in a pillar. Where such segregationis not convenientdue to any reason,a dummy spacer
of insulatingmaterialof adequatethicknessor a spaceterminal block shall be provided in between
two such circuits. All CT input cable shall preferablybe terminated at one place either the control
terminalblock.
sideor relaysideterminalblock of the panelon one separate
5.11 WIRING
5.ll.l All panel wiring shall be done with 1100 V grade PVC insulatedsingle core, tinned
annealedstranded.opp"i conductorsfor servicein extremelytropical climate.The PVC wires shall
conformto latestversion/revisionof IS: 694 andduly tested'forflammabilitytest as per IS: 10810
(part 53)-l 9B4.Thewiring shallnot be proneto attackby vermin, i.e. niice, white ants,cockroaches
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shall
5.ll.2The size of wires in the meterand relay circuitsconnectedto the cuffenttransformers
copper.
sq.mm
2.5
than
not be lessthan 4 sq.mm copperand in potentialand other circuits not less
The wires shallbe sfranded,*ith strandsof not lessthan 0.91 mm (20 SWG).
5.11.3The numberingand schemeof wiring for variouscircuitsin the control and relay panelshall
with latestversionof IS: 5578 and 11353.The following color schemeshall be
be in accordance
adoptedfor the wiring in orderto facilitate identificationof circuits:
Color of wire

Circuit

Blue
White
Yellow
Violet
Red (phase)
Black (neutral)
Green
Grey

circuit.
l l0 kV or 66 kv currenttransforrner
ffi
ZZOkVor 132kV or 110kV or 66 kV PT circuit
25 kV potentialtransformefrq9!11
25 kV currenttransformercircuit.
240 V a.c.auxiliarY
Supplycircuits.
Earth circuit
of colours,red for triP blue for indication
for alarm circuit greenfor relay and other
yellow
control I circuit,
to be provided.
circuits I inter connections

A suitableplaque of durable material and indelible descriptiongiving the color schemeof wiring
shall be piouiA.A inside the control board to facilitate quick identification of circuits for
purpose.
maintenance
5.I 1.4 Wiring shall be suitabty supported and clipped to the frame works. The wiring for
betweencontroi and ielay panelsshall be fixed underthe roof of the corridor. All
interconnections
wiring shall be neatly bunchedwith PVC tapeor lacedby thread. Where metal clips clamp a bunch
of wiie, the wires shall be tapedtogetherby one or two layersof PVC tape to protectthem against
mechanicalinjury. Wiring ionn.cied to the spaceheatersin the panels shall be provided with
porcelainbeaded-insulationfor a short distancefrom the heaterterminalsand heat resistantbushes
'of
insulatingmaterialsshall be providedat the terminal housingoutlets.No joints shall be permitted
in the wiring.
5.11.5The terminalendsof all wires shall be providedwith numberedPVC ferrules.The ferrules
shall be of white color with black letteringthereon.However, for trip circuits, ferrulesof red color
shall be used.At a point of inter-sectionwhere a changeof number is necessary,duplicatefemlles
shallbe frovided and markedwith propernumbers.
5.11.6 End of all wires shall be providedwith terminallugs which shall be crimped.At terminal
connections,washersshall be interposedbetweenwire terminalsand holding nuts. The connection
studsshall project at least 3 mm fr-omthe lock-nut surface.Wire ends so connectedat the terminal
studsthat no terminal ferrule getsmaskeddueto the succeedingconnections.The wire endsshall be
suitablybent to meetthe terminal stud at right angleswith the stud axis; skew connectionsshall not
be permitted.

Specno. TVSPC/PSI/PROTCT/6070
(9105)

5.I2

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MCB AND FUSES FOR CONTROL CIRCUIT

Suitablerating MCB's of ABB, Siemens,Schneidermake only shall be provided in all potential


circuits.MCB's shallbe mountedin the interiorof the controlboardand at easilyaccessible
places.
The MCBs rating and the identification number, as assignedin the schematicdiagram shall be
indicated on the MCB. Suitable labels of engravedlprint markings indicating the rating,
identificationnumberand the circuit in which used,shallalsobe provided.
5.13

SPACE HEATBRS AND CONTROL PANEL LIGHTING

5.13.1 Suitablespaceheatersto operateon 240V singlephaseac supplywith Thermostatand'ON/


OFF' switchesshall be provided inside the control board to prevent condensationof moisture in
humidweather.
5.13.2 The interior and centralcorridorsof controlpanelshall be adequatelyilluminatedby 240V
ac,20 watt CFL's. The centralcorridor CFL shall be controlledby door operatedswitchesprovided
on the doorson either side of the corridor and otherslampsshall be controlledby ON/OFF switches
providedinsidethe panel.
5.13.3Two numbers5 Amps, single phase,3 pin plug socketswith switchesshall be provided
insidethe control boardat convenientpoints for useof portablelampsin control and relay panels.
5.14

EARTHING

5.14.1All currentfree metallicbodiesof equipment/relays


etc.on the controlboardshallbe earthed
properly.Main earthcircuit shall be of 25 x 3 mm tinned copperstrip and individual connectionsof
equipment/relays
with main earthcircuit shallbe by meansof 2.64 mm (12 SWG) tinnedannealed
copperbareconductor/strips,using tinned copperspadeterminals/lugs.Sometimes as an alternate,
PVC insulatedstrandedtinned copper wire of size equivalentto 2.64 mm (12 SWG) may be
provided.Jointsshallbe avoidedas far aspossible.
5.14.2In order to facilitate the earthingof secondaryof CTs and PTs inside the control board,
suitableearthlinks of adequatesizemadeof tinned copper/brassshall be provided insidethe control
boardat the appropriatepoints.
5.14.3 Multiple earthing of current/potentialtransformer circuits shall be avoided. Main earth
connectionin the form of 25x3 mm tinned copperstrip for eachpanel shall be brought out to two
terminalsfor connectionto the generalearthingsystemof the TSS.
5.15

NAME PLATES/IDENTIFICATION LABELS

5.15.1All relays,instrumentsand other electricaldevicesmountedon the board shall have name


plateswith rating, serialnumberand manufacturer'sname.
5.15.2 Identificationlabels.of suitable size, indicating functions and numbering of respective
equipmente.g. transformers,AT's, semaphoreindications,relays,instrumentsand test blocks etc
shall be providedon the exteriorof control and relay panels.Similar labplsshall also be provided
for all switches,LED's and push buttonsprovidedon the control and relay panelsindicatingtheir
functions.The purchasershall supply the scherneof numberingof various equipmentsin traction
substationS.

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5.15.3All Indicatinglabelsof adequatelengthand width madeup of aluminumalloy sheetsuitably


printed with all inscriptionson it, made on the black backgroundwith white letters/figuresusing
aluminumanodizedscreenprinting,to provideclearand long lastingimpressionshall be provided.
The inscriptionshallclearlyconveythe functionof the device.

5.15.4Bigger plastic/acrylicplates about 50 mm wide, bearing suitablecaptionsto identify the


transformerbay and correspondingoutgoing 25 kV feeder,shall be provided on the top of each
relay and controlpanel.
5.15.5All the identificationlabelson the exteriorof controland relaypanelsshallbe securedwith
the panelin an elegantmannerkeepingaestheticlooksof the panels.
5.15.6 Identificationlabels shall also be provided in the interior of the control panel for such
equipmentand fittings, which are mounted inside the control panel, the labels of suitablesize
indicatingfunctionof respectiveequipmentshallbe provided.
shall be so providedthat
5.15.7The labelsin the interior of the boardunderthe equipment/relays
they are not obscured due to bunches of wire runs and any other obstructions.Painting of
inscriptionsshallnot be permitted.
5.15.8Generallylabelsshallbe providedfor following.
S.No.

i)
ii)
ii i)
iv)
v)

vi)
vll

viii)

ix)
x)
xi)

Label description
Main labelsto be providedon the top panels.
Circuit labelsto be providedat the bottomof the panels
Functionlabelunderthe equipments.
Pushbuttonand indicationLED labels.
Equipmentnumberinglabels.
Control& selectorswitchlabels.
Labelsunderfuseand Links.
Referencelabels(Interiorof panel)
Terminalblock pillar numberinglabels.
Terminalnumberson terminalblocks.
Functioninscriptionson terminalblocks.

5.16 MONITORING OF BLOWBR FANS PROVIDED FOR FORCED COOLING OF


TRANSFORMER (TYPB-OFAF).
The power transformersshall be provided with single phase240 V , 50 Hz ac operatedblower fans
for forced cooling which start automatically,in the event of winding temperatureof transformer
exceedinga presetlimit. For easeof connections,
3-4 blower fansare groupedtogetherelectrically.
The numberof groupsfor eachtransformermay be2 to 5. The temperaturesensingis doneby the
WTI relay and suitablecircuit for automaticcontrol of blower fans is providedin the marshalling
box of the transformer.IndicationLED's, for eachgroup of blower fans, shall be providedon the
control panel,which shall light-up when the blower fans of that group are working. An NO type
contactin eachgroup of blower circuit is providedfor this purpose.Thg successfultenderershall
ascertain,from
the purchaser,the actualnumberof groupsof blowersprovided for the transformers.

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Specno. TVSPC/PSI|PROTCT/6070

Effectivefrom 11.09.2008

cAPAcIToR
s.tl ADDITToNAL FEATURES FoR 25 kv SHUNT

BANK PANEL

in the panel lo tht when capacitor circuit


5.17.1 provision of necessarywiring shall be made
not ilose from Rcc until a push button
breakertrips on cuffent unbalance,Jluy, the same shall
providedon the panelis resetmanually'
be made so that capacitorbank circuit
5.l7.zprovision of necessarywiring and timer circuit shall.
delay,which shall be settablein the
breakercan be closedfrom locally/rJmoteonly after presettime
rangeof 0-10 minutesin stepsof 1 minute'

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6.0 PROTECTIVB RELAYS


6.1 The feederprotectionrelaysin useon IR shallbe of numericaltype. For technicaldetailsof the
samereferthe following RDSO specifications
or latest.
- Microprocessorbased numerical feeder protection
i)
TVSPC/PSVPROTCT/5070
modulecomprisingDPR, WPC,PTFF,Inst.OCR and autoreclosurerelays.
- For pantoflashoverprotectionrelay
ii)
TI/SPC/PSVPROTCTI}9I3
- Delta-Itype high resistivefault selectiverelay
iii)
TI/SPC/PSI/PROTCT/1982
6.2 There is no separategoverning RDSO specificationsfor protection relays to be used for
transformer,transmissionlines and25 KV shunt capacitorbankJhowever the details for the same
havebeencoveredin this specificationasunder.
6.3 The relays used for protection of traction transformer, 25 KV shunt capacitor bank and
transmissionline protection shall be of numericaltype exceptmastertrip, inter trip and additional
auxiliaryrelays,which shallbe of electromechanical
type.
6.4 The generaldesignfeaturesof numericalrelayswith referenceto clause 6.2 shall be as given
below.
6-4.I The numericalrelays shall have numberof protectionelementsbuilt in one relay therefore
eachnumericalrelay shall be used for carrying out multiple protection functions.The number of
protectionfunctions,relay features&. characteristics
etc. of eachnumerical relay shall be finalized
at the time of design/ drawings approval by RDSO. Only relays successfuliytype tested and
approvedby RDSO shallbe used.
6-4.2 The relays shall be of the draw-out (Plug-in), switch board type, back - connectedand
suitablefor semi-flushor flush mounting,with dust-tightcoversin dulf black enamelfinish. The
enclosureclassof module/relaysshallbe IP 54 asper IEC 60529.
6.4.3 The numericalrelays shall have in built contactmultiplication relays for alarm and trip
conditionsof transformerand CBs. It shall be ensuredthat adequatenumbersof auxiliary contacts
for indication,control,monitoringandtelesignallingfunctionsareavailable.
6.4.4 The currentcoils/inputmoduleshallbe ratedfor 5A for relayson Type - I panels,54 & lA
for relayson type-Il panelsand 1 A for relayson type -III panels.The voltagecoil ihall be ratedfor
110 V ac. The currentcoils/inputmodule shall be capableof withstanding3 In continuouslyand
shorttime rating shall be 20In for 3 secwhere In is ratedcurrent.The voltage coil shall be ratedfor
110Vac. The voltagecoil shallbe capableto withstandl.l5 times of ratedvoltagecontinuously
and 1.5 times for 3 seconds.Particularsof separatelymountedcurrenttransfo.-..r are given in
clause8.0.
6.4.5 The relays shall conform to the test voltageClass-III as per IS: 8686 - l977lIS 3231 or
latest.
6.4.6 The relaysshall be designedfor continuousservice(auxiliary supply)voltageof l l0 V dc
andshallbe capableof satisfactoryoperationfor +15 % and - 30% fluctualionin uoltug..
6.5.7 The relays shall have name plateswith rating data,serial number and manufacturer'sname
markedon them. The metal caseshall be providedwith separateearthingterminals.

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6.4.20 Numericalrelaysshall havebacklit LCD displayof size at least l6 x 2LCD characters


for
display of relay status,settingsetc. Bright LEDs shall be used for display of power ON conditions
and trip indications of the relays. The parametersof the module shall be settable through a
membranekeypad.
6.4.21 The numericalrelaysshall be capableto show on line current& voltageparameterson the
LCD display.Manufacturershall clearly indicate/furnishthe samplingrate, accuracyand rangeof
abovemeasurements
at the time of design& developmentto RDSO. It shall also be capableto
displaythe numericalvaluesof the latest 10 faults with dateand time stampingin serialorderon the
LCD display.
6.4.22 Provisionshall be availableto resetthe indicatingLEDs of protectionmodule from RCC
throughSCADA. For this purposesuitableNOAtrCcontactshall be provided in the module.
6.4.23 The sizeof the moduleshallbe suitablefor flush mountingdesignfor fitting on existing/new
controlandrelaypanels.The actualsizeshallbe decidedat the time of designapproval.
6.4.24 The relay settings and stored data shall not be corrupted/erased/changed
in the event of
auxiliarypoweri.e. 110V dc failure.
6.4.25 At presentSCADA system is available for Railway traction application hencefor its full
utilization in controlling/ monitoring of protectionsystem,numericalrelays shall be capableof
communicatingwith the RTU or other IED's basedon standardIEC 60870-5-103protocol for
transferof information stored in relays to the RTU. The relay shall have necessaryhardwareand
firmwareinterfacefor this purpose.
6.4.26 Suitablepasswordprotectionshall be provided on the relaysto avoid unauthorizedchanges
in the relay settings.
6.4.27 The relays shall generally conform to following standards.
(i)

DielectricWithstand

2kv,50 Hz for 1 min betweencircuit to earthlcircuitto


circuit(IEC 60255-5,15:
3231,IS: 12083Pt.il)

(ii)

Impulsevoltagetest

(IS:8686/IS: 323llIEC-60255microseconds
5 kV, 1.2150
5, IS: 12083Pt.II)

(iii) High frequency


disturbance

(iv) Contactdata

IEC 60255-5,IS: 3231part-I section-Ill


Longitudinalmode
2.5kY, 1 Mhz across auxiliary dc and currenVvoltage
sensingterminalsan earth.
Transverse
mode
I kV, 1 Mhz acrossauxiliary dc and current/voltagesensing
terminals.
IS: 3231part-I , IS : 12083part-I
5 A, Continuously
at I l0 V DC/ 230 V AC

a.

Currentcarrying capacity

b.

Making & carry250 Y ac, 30Amps


50Hzfor 3 seconds:

c.

Breaking:
220V,50-60Hz CosA 0.4
220 V dc, L/R : 45 mili
sec

5A
0 . 5A

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7.0

SCHEME OF PROTECTION

The schemeof protectionprovided at traction substationsshall compriseof the following four


systems:
(a)
Protectionof the 220127kV or 132127kV or ll0l27 kV or 66127kV transformers
installedat the traction substation.
(b)
Protectionof the 25 kV tractionoverheadequipments.
(c)
Protectionof shuntcapacitorbank equipment(if askedfor by the purchaserin the
tender).
(d)
Protectionof 220ll32l110166kV transmissionlines(if askedfor by the purchaserin
the tender).
7.I

SCHEME OF PROTECTION FOR TRACTION TRANSFORMER

7.lJ The completeprotectionof transformershall generallybe coveredin threenumericalrelays.


Two relays shall cover the entire protective functions of the traction transformerprimary and
secondarysidesas detailedbelow.

v
v
v
v
v
v

;
v
v
v
v

(i) RestrictiveEarth Fault protection(REF)


(ii) Instantaneous
OCR (only for primary side).
(iii) IDMT OCR with additional elements of minimum 2 stage independentcurrent
and time
settabledefinite time over currentrelayswith enable/disable
facility
(iv) CB trip circuit supervisionrelays.
(v) Contactmultiplication function for CB AP/GP low alarm,AP/GP low trip & lockout.
(vi) Othertransformerauxiliary alarmrelaycontactmultiplication function.
7.1.2 Third relay shall cover the differential protection along with transformerauxiliary trip relay
contactmultiplication functions.

v
v
v
v
v

7.!.3 The relay manufacturermay proposea different arrangementto cover all protectionfunction
of the transformerwith the approvalof RDSO at the time of prototypedesign&drawings approval.
7.I.4

REQUIREMENTS OF TRANSFORMER PROTECTION RELAYS FUNCTION

7,I.4.I DIFFERENTIAL PROTECTION

Protectionagainstinternal faults shall be provided by meansof a sensitivesingle-poledifferential


rylay. The relay shall be of the high-speedtype and operatein lessthan ttto cyil.t. th" following
featuresshall be incorporatedin the relay:

a. There shall be no necessityfor changingthe setting of the relay when the transformertap is
changed.The transformer shall be provided with taps from -tSy, to + l0%. Latest RDSO
specificationfor tractiontransformercan be referred.
b. Necessaryharmonic restrainingfeaturesshall be incorporatedto prevent operationdue to inrush of magnetizationcurrent when the transformeris chargedeiiher from the HV or the LV
side.

v
v
v
v
v

c.

The relay shall not operatefor maximumthroughfault currents.

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d. The current setting of the relay shall be adjustable,preferably betweenthe range of 5%oand
80% in stepsof 5Yoor less.The minimum currentsettingshali be as low as porrlbl. to obtain
bettersensitivity.
e. Adjustablebias setting shall also be provided. The bias at minimum operatingculent setting
shall be l0 to 50o/oin stepsof 5Yoto suit the tappingrangeof the traction transformerand other
design considerations.
The relay shall be connectedto bushing type cumenttransformersprovided in the bushingsof
traction transformers.Preferablythe relay shall have facility to match different bushing CT ratios
through software otherwise interposing current transformersof suitable rating with matching
characteristicsof knee point voltage, excitation current etc. may be provided with the differential
relay in order to boost up the bushingCTs secondarycurrent,ui futt ioad, to a value equalto relay
ratedcurrent.Magnetizationand ratio error curyes for the current transformersare supplied
to the
successfultendererto enablehim to matchthe characteristicsof the relaysand interporingCTs with
thoseof the currenttransformers.
7.I.4.2EARTH. LEAKAGE PROTECTION
Protectionagainst internal earth faults within the transformershall be provided by means
of a
sensitive,high speed,earth-leakageinstantaneousrelay of very low pick up current. Such relays
shall be providedseparatelyof both the prim ary and,secondaryriO.r of ttt. transformer.The
current
setting for this relay shall be adjustablebetween 5Yo and 40% of 5 Amps in step of l%.
The
operatingtime of the relay shallnot exceed1.5cycle for currentof 5 timestire relay setting.
7.I.4.3 OVER-CURRENT PROTECTION
Protectionagainstover current shall be provided by meansof single-pole,non-directional
overcurrent relay with inverse definite minimum time lag characteristiciUoth on the primary
and the
secondarysidesof the transformer.Further,an additionalinstantaneousover-currentrelay
shall be
providedon the primary side.The over-currentrelay on the secondaryside shallalso
serveas backup protectionagainstfaults in the 25 kv overheadequipmentand uiro uguinstbus faults, etc.
The
over-currentrelays on the primary side shall serve as back up to the over-currentrelay
on the
secondaryside as well as back up to differential and earth leakagerelays againstheavy
faults.
Properdiscriminationshall be maintainedin the operationof theseI*o r.i, of over-cuo.ni
relays.
The settingon theserelaysshallbe adjustableas explainedbelow:
S.
No.

I
2.
a
J.

Descriptionof the relays


IDMT over currenton primary
side.
*Instantaneous
over currenton
side.
arimary
IDMT over currenton
sege!4aryside.

Currentsetting

Time multiplier
setting.

50% to 280Yoin stepsof l%o


IDMT curve: 3 sec.at 10Ir
200%to l600Yo

0 . 0 1- I
(In stepsof 0.01)

50%to 280Yoin stepsof lo/o


IDMT curve: 3 sec.at 10 Ir

0 . 0 1- 1
(In stepsof 0.01)

* The instantaneous
elementtime shallbe within 20 ms at the 1.5timesthe,settingvalue.

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7.I.4.4 OVBRLOAD PROTECTION FOR TRANSFORMBR


Tractiontransformeris generallydesignedto handlethe over load of 150% for 15 minutesand
200%for 5 minuteprovided that two consecutiveover loadsoccur only after an intervalof at least3
hours.The aboveIDMT curve with 3secat 10 tirnesof currentsettingdo not permit full utilization
of the over load capacity of traction transforrners.To utilize the samethe relay manufacturershall
design& develop the suitable over load protection using the two stagedefinite time OCR in the
numericalrelays for the transformerwhich shouldprovide protectionagainstover loading defined
asper transformerover load operatingcycle (refer latestRDSO specificationof tractiontransformer
& transformer manufacturers data sheets).The detailed characteristics,setting parameterand
calculationsshallbe submittedto RDSO at the time of design/ drawingsapproval.
7.I.4.5 INTER TRIPPING RELAY
The differentialand earthleakagerelays (both on the primary and secondarysides)alongwith overcurrent relays on primary side shall cause inter-tripping of the HV and LV circuit breakers
associatedwith the transformer.The inter-trippingof the associatedtransformercircuit breakerson
HV andLV sidesshallalso be effecteddueto otherfaultsin the transformer,namelyBuchholztrip,
excessivewinding temperatureand excessiveoil temperaturetrip. The IDMT over-currentrelay on
the secondaryside shall, however, trip the respectivecircuit breakeron LV side only. The intertripping of associatedtransformercircuit breakersenvisagedabove shall be effectedthrougha high
speedtripping relay with hand resetcontacts.Suchinter-trippingrelay shall lock out the closingof
circuit breakersfrom all modesof closingcommandsviz. remotecontrol,local controlat the panel
and also at the circuit breakermechanism,until the inter-trip relay or the lock out relay (if provided
separately),
is resetmanually.The intertriprelay shall be a voltage-operated
electromagnetic
relay
with an operatingtime of the relaynot exceeding10ms.
7.I.4.6OTHER PROTECTIVE DEVICES
The transformersas supplied by the purchaser shall be fitted with the following additional
protectivedevices:
a. Low oil level alarm.
b. Buchholz relaywith alarm and trip contacts.
c. Oil temperatureindicatorwith alarm and trip contacts.
d. Winding temperatureindicatorwith alarm and trip contacts.
e. Pressurerelief devicewith alarmandtrip contacts.
Auxiliary contacts of these shall be wired up to a weatherproofterminal box mounted on the
transformerby the transformermanufacturer.The connectionsshall be extendedto the alarm and
trip circuits as well as to annunciationschemeprovidedon the control panel by the successful
tenderer.
7.2

SCHEMB OF PROTECTION FOR 25 KV OVERHEAD EQUIPMENT

The overheadequipmentsare protectedagainstshort circuits/earthfaults and over-loadsby means


of feedercircuit breakers.Normally the trackson one sideof the substationshallbe fed throughone
feedercircuit breaker.In caseof defecton one feeder,the other feedercircuit breakeris arrangedto
feedtracks on both sidesof the sub-station. For detailsof the feederprotectionrefer to the RDSO
specificationsas mentioned in clause No. 6.1. The manufacturerof C&R panel as per this
specificationshall study theseRDSO specificationsin orderto successfullyintegratethe complete
protectionSchemeat the TSS.

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72.1 At presentall approved feeder protection relays consistsof following in built protection
frmctions(i)
Disance Protection
Gi) hotection againstwrong phasecoupling
over current protection
GD "lnstantaneous
Cry) ProtectionagainstPT fuse failure.
(v) Auto reclosurefunction.
The delta-I and pantoflash over protectionfunctionsare availablein separaterelays.
7.2.1.1The feederprotectionmodulesshall also have a featureof feederbreakerback up vide
which LV breakeris tripped after a set time of 0 to 5000 ms adjustablein stepsof I ms in case
feederbreakerfails to clear the fault despitefeeder protection relay giving trip command. The
wiring for this purposefor both transformerLV breakersshall be ensuredin the control and relay
panel.
722

MASTER TRIP RELAY

All feederprotectionrelays as explainedaboveshall trip the coffespondingfeedercircuit breakerin


caseof fault, through a high speedself-reset,electromagnetictype mastertripping relay. The relay
operatingtime shall not be more than 10 ms and its resettingtime shall not be more than l00ms.
The relay shall be capableof handlingthe currentof the CB trip coil.
7.3 SCHEME OF PROTECTION FOR SHUNT CAPACITOR BANK (IF REQUIRED BY
PURCHASER)
The protectionsystemfor shuntcapacitorbank if askedfor by the purchase,shall includeprotection
againstover current/overload,over voltage, under voltage and unbalancedcurrent. The complete
protectionfunctionsof 25kV shuntcapacitorbank shall preferablybe coveredin a singlenumerical
relay along with CB trip circuit supervision,contact multiplication for CB AP/GP low alarm,
AP/GP low trip functions.
73.I

IDMT OVER CURRENT RELAY

Singlepole IDMT Over curent relay with the following seffingrangeshall be provided.
Currentsetting
20% to 200%oin stepsof l%o
IDMT curve: 3 sec.at 10Ir

Time multipliersetting.

0 . 0 1- I
(In stepsof 0.01)

73.2' OVER VOLTAGE RELAY


Over voltage protection shall be provided with inversetime characteristicswith voltage settings
range 100%.to200 %oin step.sof l%o,the IDMT operatingcurve shall be 1.5 N : 7.0 secondsat
TMS: l, the TMS shall be settable0.01 to 1.0in the stepsof 0.01.The over voltagerelay shallbe
energizedfrom a potential transformerconnectedto the main birs bar on the incoming side of the
circuit brbakercontrolling the capacitorbank. If requiredan interposingVoltagetransforrner(IVT)
of suitableratio shall be usedfor matchingthe capacitorover-voltagewithstandcharacteristics.

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7.3.3 UNDER VOLTAGE RBLAY


The voltage setting range of under voltage relay shall be 20% to 90o/oin stepsof lYo, the IDMT
curveshall be of 5.0 at no voltageat TMS: 1.0,the TMS shall be settablefrom 0.01 to 1.0 in the
steps of '0.01. This protection function shall work in conjunction with a timer to enablethe
capacitorsto dischargebefore reclosure.The relay provided for this purposeshall be connectedto
the buspotentialtransformer.Also a time delay relay shall be includedwith adjustablesettingof 0
to l0 minutes in steps of 1 minute to provide a time lag before the breakercan be reclosed.
However,this relay shall not be requiredif a timer is includedin the closing circuit of its associated
breakerto prevent its redosing within 10 minutes.
7.3.4 CURRENT UNBALANCE RELAY
The capacitorbank shall be protectedby meansof unbalancecurrentprotection.The capacitorbank
shallbe connectedas a bridge and an unbalancesensingcurrenttransformershall be piovided.The
currenttransformerratio shall be chosenso that even one capacitorelementfailure can be detected.
The relay used shall be a harmonic insensitive over current relay with fixed time delay
characteristic.
The current shall be settablefrom 2.5% to 100% in the stepsof lYo and operating
time shallbe settablefrom 0 to I secin the stepsof 1Oms.
7.3.5 The HT capacitorbank protectionrelaysshall be suitablefor operationfrom 25 kV current
trarisformersand 25 kV potentialtransformersof the following particulars:
S.
No
I

2.
J.

4.
5.

Description

CT

CT (for unbalance
protection)
25 kV rising up o 3 0 k V

Ratedsystemvoltase
Ratedtransformation 200-100/5
ratio.
Ratedburden
30 VA
Accuracyclass
5PIS:2705
Ratedaccuracylimit
factor

(pt.III)-1992
l5

PT

ztroR stl

25000tn0 v

3 0VA
Cl-1IS:2705
(pt.ID1992

IOOVA
(pt.
3P IS:3156

rrr) 1992

7.4 SCHEME OF PROTBCTION FOR TRANSMISSION LINBS (IF RBQUIRED By


PURCHASER)
7.4.1The protectionshall compriseof minimum three- zonestandarddistanceschemeto cover all
type of phaseand earthfaultson the transmissionlines.
7.4.2 The settingrangeof the relays shall be such that line length of at least upto 150 km shall be
coveredin the first zone, but faults on the secondaryside of the traction transformerare not looked
into.
7.4.3The settingon the distancerelay shallbe adjustablein suitablestepsfor distance& time delay
for secondand third Zone, the first zonebeing instantaneous.
The tenderershall furnish completl
setting rangesavailable and the method of calculating the settings for different ratio of current
transfonhers.

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7'4'4 The distanceprotectionshall be suitablefor usewith single/doublecircuit threephase


as well
as two phaselines since sometimesonly two pl
supply to the tail end sub- station. The tenderer
on the protection systemdue to this proviso. Sr
failure of the PT, in circuits shall also form part of
7.4.5 Back up protectionto the distanceschemeshallbe providedby meansof:a)

b)

Non- directional inverse definite minimum time (IDMT) over curent relays
with adjustable
currentsettingsin the rangeof g0% to 320%oandtime settingof 0-3 sec. at ten
times current
setting.
Non- directional IDMT earth fault relays connectedin the residual circuit
of the current
transformerswith adjustablecurrentsettingrangeand time settingrangeof
0-3 secs.

7'4'6 Auxiliary trip relays shall be provided, if required,to work in conjunctionwith the main and
back up relaysto trip the I 32kv line circuit breakers.
7'4'7 The above details of the transmissionline protectionare only indicative.purchaser
shall
clearly furnish the requirementsalong with details of transmissioniin.,
like voltage class,line
diagrams/schematics
and CT, pT ratioJ etc

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8.0 PARTICULARS OF POTENTIAL AND CURRBNT TRANSFORMERS


8.1 The relaysfor transformerprotectionshall be suitablefor operationfrom currenttransformers
to the following particulars.
S.
N.

Current Transformer

Ratio

1.

BushingCTs

2r.6
MVA

i)
ii)
ii i)

iv)

2.

220127
kV Transformer
HV
LV
132127
kV Transformer
HV
LV
ll0l27 kV Transformer
HV
LV
66127kV Transformer
HV
LV

Burden

Classof
accuracyas
per IS: 2705
(part iv).

Rated
accuracy
limit
factor.

30
MVA

200ts 300/s
r600/5 3000/s

PS
PS

33015 6001
s
1600/5 3000/5

PS
PS

40015
1600/s

PS
PS

600/5
3000/s

66015 I200ls
1600i5 3000/5

PS
PS

Separatelymounted CT, on HV side

220kv cT
I32 KV CT
IlOKVCT
66KV CT

200-100/5
400-20015
400-20015
800-400/5

30VA
30VA
30VA
30VA

5P
5P
5P
5P

15
l5
l5
15

60 VA
60 VA
60 VA

5P
5P
PS

l5

3. Separatelymounted CT. on LV side.

25 KV CT

4.

1000-500/5
1500-750/5
3000-1500/5

PotentialsTransformer
25 kV PT Type I (for line 250001
r00v 30VA
indication)

25 kV Type II (for line


Protection)

25000/1
10v IOOVA

I'

Accuracyclass6
p As perIS: 3156
pt. llI-1992
Accuracyclass
1.0asperIS:
3156pt.II 1992
&3PasperIS
3156pt. III- 1992

For details of the bushing current transformers, RDSO/purchasers Specification No.


ETVPSVIl8(10193)A&C I to 8 and TI/SPC/PSI/30TRN/2070
for respectivepower transformers
shallbe rbfened.

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t_

The relaysfor transmissionline protectionshall be suitablefor operationfrom currentand


8.2
potentialtransformersas per the detailsfurnishedby the purchaserin its tenderdocument.

The drawing No. ETVPSI1024-land ETI lPSIl0228-l showing the proposedschemesof


8.3
connectionsat the double/ single transformer substationsfor the location of various current &
potentialtransformersand protectiverelaysis shownin the Annexure-Fand G.

t
L

The normal load currentof a 25 kV circuit is 800 A with 21.6 MVA and llllA with 30
8.4
MVA transformer. The circuits including the transformer are however designedto take 50%
overloadfor l5 minutesand 100%overloadfor 5 minutes. Normally, 500-1000i5or 750-1500/5or
3000-1500/5CT ratio is usedin the instrumentandrelaycircuits for 25 kV currenttransformers.
Any variation of the CT, PT's from Para 8.1 shall be furnishedin the relevant tender
8.5
papers,which should be referredto by the tenderer. Any additionalrequirementsof CT' and PT'
(like knee-pointvoltageof CT,), if any, shallalsobe clearlyindicatedin the tenderoffer.
The location of various potential and currenttransformersin the circuits is indicatedin the
8.6
lay out drawings of traction substations,given in the relevant substationtender papers. The
drawingsindicating the proposedschemeof connectionsat the substationsfor the instrumentsand
protectiverelays are also given in the substationtenderpapers.The tenderermay however furnish
of the purchaser.
altemativeproposals,if dfry,for consideration
Note: - The two transformersin a substationmay be operatedin parallel if requireddue to increase
in load if all the condition for paralleling are satisfied.To enablethis, dual ratio 25 kV current
arespecified.
(1000-50015,
and3000-1500/5)
1500-75015
transformer

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TESTING OF CONTROL & RELAY
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PANELS AND NUMERICAL

RELAYS

GENERAL
tion relaysdevelopedas per this specificationshall
ring only control and relay panel shall ensurethat
lll be takenfrom RDSO approvedsources& make
and C&R panel both, the relaysmust be prototype
rtotypetest.

9.1.2The manufacturerof numericalrelays(cov


panelshallsubmittechnicaldetails,designdrawir
of designsand drawings the manufactJrershall
panelsor both. It shall be clearly understoodthat
asrequiredby RDSO shall be doneexpeditiously.
9' l '3 Beforegiving the call to RDSo for inspectionand testingof
the prototypeof the system,the
manufacturer
shall submita detailedtest scheduleconsistingofschematicci.cuit diagrams
for each
of the testsandnatureof the test,venueof the testandthe durationof
eachtest andthe total number
of daysrequiredto completeall the testsat one stretch.Oncethe schedule
is approved,the testshall
owever,duringthe processof type testingor even
fo conduct any additional test(s) besidesthose
systemso as to test the systemto his satisfaction
ldge. In caseany disputeor disagreement
arises
betweenthe manufacturerand_RDSo during the prJcessof testing
as regardsthe type tests andlor
the interpretationand acceptabilityof the typ. test results,it shatt
be biought to the notice of the
DirectorGeneral(TractionInstallation),Rn-SOwhosedecisionshall
be final andbinding.
9'l'4In the eventof the testsnot being carriedthroughto completion
at one stretchfor any reason
attributableto the successfultenderer/manufacturer
and it is required for the representativeof the
Purchaser/RDSO
to go againto the works of the successfultenderer/manufacturer
or other place(s)
for continuing
.and/ot completingthe tests on the prototype(s)of the equipment,the successful
tenderer/manufacturer
shall reimburseto the purchase/Diiector General(Tl),ResearchDesigns
&
StandardsOrganisation,Lucknow,the co-stsfor ttre representativehaving
to visit the works or other
placesfor the testsmore than once.The costsas claimedby
the purchlaser/Director
General(TI),
ResearchDesigns& StandardsOrganisation,Lucknow shall b" puio
througha demanddraft to the
concemedaccountsofficer of the Purchaser/Director
GeneratGD, ResearihDesigns& Standards
Organisation,Lucknow, as shall be advisedto the successfultenderer/manufacturer.

9' 1'5 The Purchasershall get conductedthe type testsfor the first
order. The chargesfor various
type testsshall be quotedseparatelyand thesechargesshall be taken
for evaluation."The
purchaser
reserves
the right to conductthe entiretype testor any of the type testsas considered
necessary.

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TYPE & ROUTINE TESTS ON PROTECTION RELAYS AND C & R PANEL

9.2.I PROTECTION RELAYS


9.2.I.I TYPE TESTS
The protectionrelays coveredby this specificationshall be type testedas per
IS:3231,IS: 120g3
15:8686,IEC 61000& IEC: 60255.The following type testsshall be canied
out on the protorype
relaysby RDSO.
i)
Operatingcharacteristics
tests including verification of all relay functions/features
including operatingtime, resettime, operatingand resetvalue.
ii)
Insulation resistancetest- should be 10 mega ohm or more betweenthe
electric
circuit and earthwith 1000V.
iii)
Measurementof burden(VA).
iv)
Measurementof power consumption(watts)
v)
Over loadtest.
vi)
Impulsevoltagewithstandtestapplicableto testvoltageclassIII.
vii)
Temperaturerise test
viii) Effectof DC voltagevariation(l t0 v DC +r5 % I -30%)
ix)
Making and breaking capacitytestsof contacts.
x)
Dielectrictest
xi)
Vibrationtest- asper IEC 60255-21-1,
Clause-I-Frequencyl0- I50 Hz,Acceleration
l gnin all 3 axis, 20 sweep@ | octave/minute.
xii)
Endurancetest-Mechanical
endurance
testfor 1000operations.
xiii) Environmentaltest
a)
Dry heattest asper IEC 60068-2-2
b)
Damp heattest, steadystateasper IEC 600 6g-2-3
c)
Damp heattest,cyclic asper IEC 6006g-2-30
xiv) EM Compatibilitytests
a)
1 MHz burst immunity test as per IEC60255-22-I & IEC6l000-4-1g
:common Mode : 2.5kv Differentialmode : lkvDuration : 2 sec
b)
ElectrostaticDischargeTest asper 1EC60255-22-2
& IEC6I000-4-2Contact
Discharge6kVAir Discharge8kV
c)
Radiated,radio-frequency,electromagneticfield immunity test asper
r8C60255-22-3&, rEC6t 000-4-3Frequency
Range:g0MHz - 1006N,[F{2,
Modulation:80% AM @tkHz,Field StrengthI OV/m
d)
Electrical fast Transient or burst requirementsas per IEC 60255-224 &
IEC61000-4-4
e)
surge immunity asper tEC 60255-22-5& IEC6l000-4-5.
D Immunity to Conducteddisturbancesinducesby radio frequencyfield as per
rEC60255-22-6 & rEC61000-4_6.
s) PowerFrequencyImmunityTestasper IEC 60255-22-7& IEC6I0004- 16.
h)
A.c. ripplesin D.c. auxiliaryasper rEC 60255-lI & IEC6 t0004-29.

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Type tests for which facilities of testing are not availablewith the relay
manufacturershall be
carried out at any reputed & NABL accreditedgovt/ semi gow. approved
laboratoriesand test
reportsof the'sameshallbe furnishedto the RDSo.
9'2'l'2 If the prototypeof the relaysconformingto this specificationhas
alreadl,beenapprovedin
connectionwith previoussuppliesto Indian Railways,freshprototypetesting
oi the .elu1smay be
rvaivedoff if it had passedthe prototypetestsearlierand no lnung.i in
the disi_enor maierialused
t

nave been made.

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Bff"ctive from 11.09.2008

f age36of 50

9.2.1.3 Only after approval of the results of the tests on the prototype is communicatedby
RDso/Purchaserto the manufacturer,shall he take up bulk manufactureand future suppliesof the
relays& C&R Panel which shall be strictly with the samematerial and processas aOopteO
for the
prototype.In no circumstancesmaterialotherthan thoseapprovedin the design/drawingsand/orthe
prototypeshall be usedfor bulk manufacture.
9,2.1.4ROUTINE TESTS
The following tests on the protection relays shall be caried out during routine tests by Railways/
inspectingagenciesat the manufacturer'sworks as per this specification.
(i)
Visual Checks
(ii)
InsulationResistance
(iii)
Dielectric strength
(iv)
Setting range and Functionaltests
rl

9.2.2 CONTROL & RELAY PANEL.


9.2,2.ITYPB TESTS
The following type testsshall be carriedout on the fir st proto type control & relay panel developed
as per this specification.If requiredthe successfultenderershall furnish the type testsreportcarried
out by manufactureror by Govt. laboratory on all instrumentse.g, interposingiTr, LEDs,
semaphore,
meters,annunciator,hooter/buzzer,wires. terminal connectoretc as per latestIS/IEC.

(i)

vrsuAl crrECK:
GeneralCheckof the control panel in respectof dimension,finishing,construction,wiring
& ferulesverification lay out equipmenton the panel,make and rating of instrumentetc.

(ii)

OPERATTON TESTS:
Operationtestson all equipmentto prove correctrless
of wiring of variouscircuitsincluding
indications,alarms,operationof relaysand annunciationetc.

(iii)

POWBR FREQUENCY HIGH VOLTAGE WITHSTAI\D TESTS:


Voltagetest on the panelswith all equipmentand wiring for a withstandvoltageof 2 kV
(rms) to earthfor one minute.

(iv)

INSULATION RESISTANCB TESTS:


Measurement
of insulationresistanceby usin_qI 000V meggerof the completepanelwiring
includingCT, PT and controlcircuitswith all equipmentmountedon the panel.

( v)

AUXILIARY POWER CONSUMPTION TEST


Measurementof power consumptionof the control & Relay panel with all the relays in
energized& de energizedconditions.

9.2.2.2ROUTINE TESTS:
The checksand testsas mentionedin clauseNo. 9.2.2.1( ito iv ) shall be carriedout on the
completecontrol and relay Panelby the purchaseror its representative.

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1O.O TECHNICAL DATA LITERATURE AND DRAWINGS.


l0.l
The manufacturerdevelopingfirst C & R panel or Numerical relays coveredvide this
specification shall furnish the make, type and guaranteedperformance, technical and other
particularsfor all equipment/relays/instruments
etc. in the Performa attachedas Annexure-C to
RDSOalongwith the internaldesigndetailsasper clause10.4below.
10.2 The tenderer shall furnish the technical specificationand descriptive literature of various
protectionrelays covering their protection aspects,instruments,interposingCT, etc. including the
characteristicsof the relays offered. He shall also submit, along with the tender,the schematic
diagramof protection,control and annunciationschemeto enablethe purchaserto make assessment
of the proposal.
10.3 The tenderershall indicatehis complianceor otherwiseagainsteach clausesub-clauseof
this specification.The tenderershall for this purposeenclosea separatestatement,if necessary,
indicating the clause sub-clausereferenceand complianceor otherwise thereof. Whereverthe
tendererdeviatesfrom the provision of the clause/sub-clause
or offers any alternativeequipment,he
shall furnish completedetails of the proposeddeviation/alternativewith his remarksto enablethe
purchaserto make proper assessment
of the same. The successfultenderershall, however,be
requiredto obtain specific acceptanceof the purchaserfor any deviationlalternativeproposedby
them.
10.4 Successful
tenderershall be requiredto submitthe following detaileddimensionaldrawings
(includingreproduciblecopies)as per the Railwaysstandardsizesof 210 x 297 mm or multiples
thereof,the drawingshave to be preparedin Auto Cad. Two setsof samedrawingsshall be initially
submittedto RDSO for scrutiny before prototype development.After approval of drawings and
prototypetest, the final approveddrawings shall also be submittedto DG/TI RDSO in two hard
copies,oneRTF and one soft copy in CD.
i)
Dimensioneddrawings of the control panel indicating front and rear views with the
layout of instruments,mimic diagram, control switches, indication LED, push
buttons,relaysand otherequipmentsetc.clearlymarked.
ii)
Exploded view of the rear and front panel indicating the dispositionof various
equipmentsinsidethe controlpanel.
iii)
Schematic diagram of d.c. control circuits for transformer protection, OHE
protection, shunt capacitor bank protection (if it is asked for by purchaserin the
tender) and control of circuit breaker,interruptersand motor-operatedisolators(if
any)'
iv)
Schematicdiagramof Alarm, indicationcircuits(annunciationscheme).
v)
Schematicdiagram of a.c. circuits showing connection of CT, and PTa and
associatedprotectiverelays.
vi)
Drawing showing the legend of various references/codes
adoptedfor equipments,
relaysand all otheraccessories
usedin the controlpanel.
vii)
Drawing for nameplates/identification
labelsengravingdetails.
viii). Any otherdrawingsconsiderednecessary.
10.5 Only after all the designsand drawingshavebeenapprovedand clearancegiven by RDSO
to this effect,the rnanufacturershall take up manufactureof the prototypd for RDSO inspection.It
shall be clearly understoodthat any changesrequired to be done in the prototype as requiredby
RDSOshallbe doneexpeditiously.

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any other
instruments,interposing CT' and
relays,
the
on
tests
version of respective
Alt the type and routine
be conducteOas per the latest
shall
desjle
rnay
putchaser
equipmentsas tt
"
applicable.
,il"ir*os IS/BS specifications
COMMISSIONING
11.0ERECTION TESTING AND
successfultenderer
and parrelshall be done by the
relay
of
commissioning
purposeat own
ll.l The erectionand
other material required for the
and
initrumenis
plants,
panel at the site' The
who shall arrangeall tools,
....tion/committioning of the
during
out
to
carried
be
cost. Tests ,rruil
the-detailsof the checksand tests
,tt. pr'rrchaser
,loliio
to
required
be
panel
successfultenderershall
carriedout on the relay and
com*irrioniig- r"rts shall be
and
erection
during
out
be carried
and commissioningof the relay'
checkth.
to
r.fr.r.ntatives
"..cti,on
jointly with the purchaser,r
the manufacturersof
necessar)/co-ordination with
ensure
sha[
terrderer
The successful
terminal markings'
,.2
and i'terrupters with regardto
breakers
,.tuvi
from the
transformers,protection
"iir"i,H. shail obtain tl'r" names of these manufacturers
;.
wiring, schemeof protectioti,'
purchaser.
shall be supplied by the
in hard copies a'd one soft copy
report
test
the
of
sets
l l.3 Three
recordsand reference'
manufactur.,io the purchaserfor
and
crection/commissioning of the relays
during
out
carried
be
shall
and
t 1.4 The following test
'epresentatives to check the erection
purchaser's
the
of
presence
in
panel at the site
Lommis"":'":::;::
coordination and settings or various
time characteristicsa'cr time
protectiverelaY'
wiring
completepanel wiring including
. Measurementof insulationresistanceo r' the
by
panel,
on the
pT and control circuit * ith a[ equipmentsmounted
cT,
between
using 1000V tester'
to
current transformer and the relays
. Lead burden should be measuredbct* ee'
and PTs
circuit of crs. correctnessof crs
check any poor contactin the secondar'y
polaritYshall be ensured'
push button, auxiliary relays'
. check functioning of the control circirit, switchesl
the
and indications etc' by operating
annunciations
alarms,
rerays,
trip
master
the oF{E'
,*it.ft gearat TSS without etr.-rgiZing
associateO
pickup values and confirm that
. A, auxliary relays should be checliccrat their
ao. .un"nt suppiy is removedafter operation
auxiliary reraysresetwhen voltage
.

o I various telecommand and telesignal


check the functioning and correctuess
circuits.
current by
circuit breakerby irrjecting the primary
check operationof relays with
value and set
Measurcthe errorsbetweenoperating
kit.
test
injection
primary
using
and pick up
test and measurethe operaiingtimes
value. conduct secondaryinjection
valuesof the relaYs'

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nffective from 11.09.2008

eage39 of 50

Operateprotectiverelaysmanually andlorby injecting secondarycurrent/voltageand


ensurethat appropriateCB tripping, inter tripping of primary and secondaryCBs.
There should be no mal operationof any circuits and in every tripping appropriate
flag indication alongwith alarmlannunciation
shouldappear.
Railways/purchaseralong with contractorsshall ensureload tests and confirmatory
tests of OHE protective relays as per "Para 20941 and 20942 of ACTM Volume-Il
(Part-I)".
Any other operational/functionaltest considerednecessaryfor ensuring safe and
correctworking of C & R panel.

I2.O OPERATION, MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS


I2.l The tenderershall provide maintenancescheduleand troubleshootinginstructionsfor the
relays and panel. The supplier shall supply free of cost 6 copies of the Instruction Manuals for
operationand maintenanceof the equipmentto the purchaser.
12.2The basicmaintenanceschedulealongwith the troubleshooting,
diagnosticchart shall alsobe
submittedto RDSO in two hard copiesand one soft copy in CD for scrutiny and approval.

13.0 SPARESAND SPECIAL TOOLS


The tenderershall quote separatelyfor the sparesrecommendedto maintain the equipmentfor a
periodof at least5 years.The tenderershall alsoquoteseparatelyfor supplyof specialtools,if any,
requiredfor trouble free operationand maintenance.Spareparts/specialtools as orderedshall be
deliveredalong with the supply of relays & panels.The purchaserreservesthe right to buy the
specialtools from the tendereror not. The price quoted againstsparesand specialtools shall be
optionalunlessthe sameis especiallyspecifiedin the tenderdocument.
I4.O

PACKAGING & FORWARDING

The tenderershall ensureproperpackagingof controland relay panels,numericalrelays,electronic


itemsand manuals,by using wooden crates,thermocoland polyethylenewrappings,so that thereis
no damageduring the transit and there is no effect of humidity. The handling, loading and
unloading instructionsalong with the list of packages,contentsshall be sent to the .onrign."
separately.
15.0WARRANTY
The relays and panel supplied againsta purchaseorder/contractin which this specificationis
quoted,irrespectiveof origin of individualequipment( imported lindigenous) shallbe guaranteed
fortrouble - free and satisfactoryperformance
for aperiod of 24 monthsfromthe dateof supplyor
18 monthsfrom the date of commissioningat the traction sub'stationof IR, whicheverperiod is
earlier,detailsof warrantyclause,the extent of responsibilityand other-ielevantaspectsshall be
included in the purchase order or the contract, The tenderer shall furnish detailed terms and
conditionsin this regardin his offer.

Specno.TVSPC/PSypnOTCV6:070(9/08) |

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ANNEXURE-A
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
Abbreviation

Full F'orm of the Abbreviation

BT

BoosterTransformer

c&R

Control and relay

CB
IDMT
ICT
IOL
MTR
NC
NO
OTIE
PTFE
R C .
RTU
SP
SSP
TRD
TSS
WPC
CT
PT
SCADA
RCC

Circuit Breaker

ocR
DPR
ACTM

InverseDefinite Minimum Time las


InterposingCT
Insulated Overlap
Master trip Relay
Normally closed.
Normally open
Over Head Equipment
Poly Tetra Flouro Ethylene
Return Conductors.
RemoteTerminal Unit
SectioningPost
Sub SectioningPost
Traction Distribution
Traction Sub Stations
Wrong PhaseCoupling
Current Transformer
Potential Transfoffner
Supervisorycontroland dataacquisitionsystem
Remotecontrol centre
'
Over current relay
Distanceprotectionrelay
AC traction manual

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ANNEXURE-B
DEFINITIONS & EXPLANATIONS
Item

Definition

tsrealiing
c.xpacrt)

The maximum current and volt- amperesthat the contact is able to interrupt successfully
under specifiedconditionswithout significantdamageto contact.

Contract

Means the contractresulting from the acceptanceby the purchaserof the tendereither in
whole or part

Deadtime

Dead time is the period taken by the auto reclosemechanismto closethe breakerafter the
same would have tripped on fault. In other words, the time from the instant of fault
detectionup to the instantof closingof breakerby auto-reclosesystem.

Diffenential
Fi'rottrnve
s)ilem

A unit protective systemin which an algebraiccomparisonis made of primary current at


two or more points in the power system.

Dor.rbleended
ieeding

The adjacentTSS are on samephaseand are connectedin parallel. There may or may not
be a neutralsectionon SP for suchfeedingarrangement.

Nlakingcapacity The maximum current and volt-amperesthe contact is able to make successfullyunder
specifiedconditionswithout significantdamageto the contact.
Operatingtime

The time, which elapsesfrom the appearanceof the abnormalconditions,which causethe


operationof the protectionuntil the protectioninitiatestripping or alarm.

Protectedzone

The part of an installationguardedby a certainprotection.

Purchaser

The person/ agencywho has floated the tender for executionof the work on or behalf of
the presidentof India.

Reclaimtime

Reclaim time is the duration for which the auto reclosing mechanismremainsineffective
after first reclosure of circuit breaker by auto-reclose,irrespective of re-occuffence
persistenceof fault. In other words, the breakerwill not be reclosedsecondtime by the
auto-reclosedevice had the sarle tripped on fault again within the reclaim time after its
first reclosureon the auto-reclosesystem.

Relayback-up

An arrangement,which providesan additional,relay using the sameor different principle


of operationfrom that of the main relay.

Remoteback-up

An arrangementat the next stationin the direction towards the sourcewhich trips after a
delayedtime if the CB in the faulty sectionis not tripped.

Sector

Distancebetweenthe TSS andthe SP

Sub-sector

Distancebetweenthe TSS andthe adiacentSSP/SP or the distancebetweenthe SP andthe


adjacentSSP/SP

Tenderer

The vendor, supplier who intends to quote for the tender floated by the purchaser.The
agencywho shall quotefor tenderfloatedby the tenderer.

Time lag

Intentionally introduced time interval between start and completed operation of the
protection.

Trackcircuit'

It is the circuit providing passageof tractioncurrentthrougharrangementof track bonding.

Unit protection

A protective system, which is designedto operate for abnormal, conditions inside and
remainsstablefor abnormalconditionsoutsidea specifiedzoneof the protectivesystem.

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ANNEXURE-C
SCHEDULE OF GUARANTEED PARTICIJLARS
with the
the foll.iving particularsto the RDSo along
The manufacturershall be requiredto submit
designdrawingsof the Proto tYPe'
A. SOGPfor control and relaY Panel
Description

Manufacturer
details

Name of the manufacturer


Gwe*ing RD SO sPecifications

ilu

* npSO upprovedfirm? Evenfor

anv other item.


Permitted range of dc voltage for different !
panelequipment.
VA burdenof digital meters.
annunciatorsandtheir
@
powerconsumption.
Type of LEDs, life andpower consumptlon
'typ.
@

of t.rminal block, ratingandmake


power consumPtionof LED

type semaphore affangement.

Dimensions:

Length

widrh
Breadth
Total Weight (aPPoximate)
Ar. tft.t. *V deviations to the RDSO
specifications?If yes enclose clause wise
deviationsandreasonsof deviations'

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B. SOGp for each protection relays module / elementas applicable


Description

S.N.
I

2.
J.

4.
5.
6.

Make / model numberof relay / module


Governine RDSO sPecificatio!
Settingrange of parameterswith stepsof
Resolution
Operatingtime
Resettingtime
Ma*. permissible effors in operating
parameters

7.

VA burden

8.

DC powerconsumPtion
Number andtype of communiqqt-lgqiorts
User interfacetype & its features
Number of pre and post fault waveforms
,& eventsstoredin relaYmemory
Samplingrate of currentand voltage
Down loading and analysisof stored data
software
Dieital dataavailablein relay
Number of sparecontactsavailable
St ort time current rating of input coil
(CT)
Permittedrangeof DC voltage
Contactratings
Dimensions: Length
Width
Breadth
Weight
Cut out dimension
Any other specific feature of relaY
firmware and data analyzing sot\vqlg-

9.
10.
ll

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13.
14.
15.
16.

t7.
18.

r9.

20.

Manufacturer
details

Unit

Effectivefrom I 1.09.2008

ANNEXURE.D
rdrellrypanelgivenbelowisindicative.Itmaybe
:pending upon"thepurchasersrequirementsbased
mber of transfor."r bays and working conditions
assessthe requirements
purchasershall clearly indicatethe above so that tenclcrercan realistically
panels'
of the eqqipmentsto be provided on C & R
1. EQUIPMENT ON THE CONTROL PANEL
C) eachfor CB, BM's

Control switch

Manuallv o

fot lrylato^
ed SemaPhores

i
circ.,itfal, piieahhy'' - trii
ur rl
Y litl\Jrrt
supervision,
s
upgr
Setof pushu.ru
rereY'
vrr*rrEvr raise/lowe
changer

dc fail
erruPters'
dc fail' tap
it suPervision,

associatgd range selector


0/l5(i0A with associe
A.C. Ammeters
switch.
A.C. Voltmeterson 25 kV sideScale0-30 kV'
A.C. Ammetersfor HV sidescale0-150/300,A.mps.
kv or 0-150kv or 0-100kv
A.c. voltmeter for: HV sideScaleo-z60kv or 0--160
Power factor meter

ffi@

' hooterand annunciatorasPer

this specification

7{.t'sn3

pinso.k.t&s*itth'

'ferminal blocks
HRC fuse and MCBs
Earth links.
Anv other item considerednecessary'
lnterposingCT for meterq-.
All protectiont

iris specificationfor a TSS'

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