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Operating manual High Speed Transfer

Device SUE 3000

Design, technical data, mode of


operation, operation, configuration,
erection, commissioning, maintenance,
diagnostics, troubleshooting

1HDK400072 EN
Rev. C
Kr, Juli 2005

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Table of Contents

Table of contents

1 Introduction 7
1.1 Preliminary remarks 7
1.1.1 Note 1 7
1.1.2 Note 2 7
1.1.3 Note 3 7
1.1.4 Note 4 7
1.1.5 Note 5 7
1.1.6 Note 6 8
1.2 Specifications / Standards 8
1.3 Performing installation, commissioning, operation 8
1.4 Erection hints 8
1.5 Abbreviations 8
2 General 11
2.1 Application 11
2.1.1 Switchgear configuration with two circuit breakers 12
2.1.2 Switchgear configuration with two feeders and one coupling circuit breaker 13
2.1.3 Prerequisites for the optimum utilization of the SUE 3000 13
2.2 Purpose of this operating manual 14
3 Construction 15
3.1 Central unit of the SUE 3000 16
3.2 Control unit (HMI) 17
3.2.1 Auxiliary voltage supply 17
3.2.2 Transfer functions 17
3.2.3 Construction of the logical control device 17
3.2.4 Analog signal processing 18
4 Mode of operation 19
4.1 Required interfaces 19
4.1.1 Position monitoring of the circuit breakers 19
4.1.2 Circuit breaker control 21
4.1.3 Evaluation of the measuring voltages 21
4.1.4 Initiation 22
4.1.5 Remote control 22
4.1.6 Remote signalling 23
4.2 Communication with control technology 24
4.2.1 SPABUS 24
4.2.2 LON according to LAG 1.4 25
4.2.3 MODBUS RTU 26
4.3 Transfer modes 27

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4.3.1 Operating mode of the signal processing 27


4.3.2 Fast transfer 28
4.3.3 Transfer at 1st phase coincidence 29
4.3.4 Residual voltage-dependent transfer 31
4.3.5 Time-delayed transfer 32
4.3.6 Signals during a transfer (Load shedding) 33
4.3.7 Decoupling 33
4.4 External interlocks and releases 33
4.5 Coil monitoring 34
5 Operation 37
5.1 Basic principles of operation 37
5.2 Local operation unit HMI 37
5.2.1 Control elements 37
5.2.2 LC display 38
5.2.3 Status LEDs 39
5.2.4 LED indication 40
5.2.5 Optical interface for local PC connection 40
5.2.6 Local operation (control push buttons) 40
5.2.7 LED bars for measurement 41
5.2.8 Electronic key 41
5.3 Menu on the LCD 41
5.3.1 SUE page (overview) 42
5.3.2 Main menu 42
5.3.3 Commands 43
5.3.4 Electronic Key Status (E-Key) 44
5.3.5 Alarm pages 47
5.3.6 Measurement page 48
5.3.7 Reset Page 49
5.3.8 Events pages 50
5.3.9 Protection page 50
5.3.10 Viewing and changing Control parameters 52
5.3.11 Service pages 53
5.3.12 Test HMI control unit 56
5.4 Single line diagram 59
5.5 Interface to local PC 59
5.6 Interface between RHMI and central unit 60
6 Configuration 61
6.1 Safety Information 61
6.1.1 Testing the application 61
6.2 System requirements 61
6.3 Installation 61
6.3.1 Restart after an installation 62
6.4 Uninstall the configuration software 62

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6.5 Starting the configuration software 62


6.5.1 Working with projects 62
6.5.2 Selecting the language version 64
6.5.3 Setting the PC and SUE 3000 connection 64
6.5.4 Configuring the SUE 3000 64
6.6 Downloading a configuration from PC into SUE 3000 65
6.6.1 Uploading a configuration from SUE 3000 into PC 65
6.7 Configuration of the HSTD core 66
6.7.1 Description of the digital inputs 67
6.7.2 Description of the digital outputs 68
6.7.3 Parameter of the HSTD-object 70
6.7.4 Times 76
6.7.5 Analog values 77
6.8 Undervoltage instantaneous 79
6.9 Fault recorder 80
6.9.1 Local Export of fault recorder (when configured) 82
6.10 Exporting the input or output status 84
6.11 Exporting the operational measured values 86
6.11.1 Creating a function chart (FUPLA) 88
6.11.2 Description of the menu items 92
6.11.3 Digital logic 1 122
6.11.4 Digital logic 2 127
7 Mounting, Installation, Commissioning, Maintenance 131
7.1 Mounting and Installation 131
7.1.1 Unpacking 131
7.1.2 Mounting 131
7.1.3 Set-up Area and Required Environmental Conditions 133
7.2 Connection Diagram 134
7.2.1 Connector Plate 134
7.2.2 HMI Control Unit 137
7.3 Wiring the SUE 3000 137
7.3.1 Checking the current transformer circuits 137
7.3.2 Check the voltage transformer circuits 138
7.3.3 Checking the auxiliary voltage 138
7.3.4 Check the tripping and signaling contacts 138
7.3.5 Check the binary inputs 139
7.4 Grounding of the SUE 3000 139
7.5 SUE 3000 in a control cubicle 140
7.5.1 Mechanical construction 140
7.6 EMC concept 141
7.7 Commissioning 142
7.7.1 Preliminary test („cold commissioning“) 142
7.7.2 Transfer tests with load („hot commissioning“) 142

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7.8 Maintenance 143


7.8.1 Spare parts 143
7.8.2 SUE 3000 with mechanical binary I/O (Version 2) 144
7.8.3 SUE 3000 with solid state binary I/O 146
8 Alarms and events 149
8.1 Alarms 149
8.1.1 Alarmpage 1 149
8.1.2 Alarmpage 2 150
8.1.3 Alarmpage 3 150
8.1.4 Alarmpage 4 151
8.2 Events 151
9 Technical data 155
9.1 Response time 155
9.2 Analogue inputs 155
9.2.1 With current and voltage transformer 155
9.2.2 Thermal load capacity 155
9.2.3 Consumption 155
9.2.4 Exactitudes of measured values 155
9.3 Binary in- and outputs 156
9.3.1 Binary I/O board with mechanical relays (BIO2) 156
9.3.2 Binary I/O module with static relays 156
9.4 Communication Interfaces 157
9.4.1 HMI Control Unit 157
9.4.2 Central Unit 157
9.5 Analog input board (optional) 157
9.6 Analog output board (optional) 157
9.7 Communication to a station automation system (optional) 158
9.8 Power supply 158
9.8.1 Central Unit 158
9.8.2 HMI Control Unit 158
9.9 Environmental conditions 159
9.10 Protection degree 159
9.10.1 Central Unit 159
9.10.2 HMI Control Unit 159
9.11 Typetests 159
9.12 EMC 159
9.13 Isolation 160
9.14 Mechanical properties 160
9.15 Environmental conditions 160
10 Closing remarks 161
11 Illustrations 163
12 Index 167

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Introduction

1 Introduction

1.1 Preliminary remarks

1.1.1 Note 1

According to our experience, compliance with the recommendations outlined in these


directions guarantees the highest possible degree of operational safety for the
SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device.
The data specified are given solely to supplement the product description and are not to
be regarded as assured characteristics, because we continuously upgrade our products
in order to reflect the latest state of technology, in order to best serve the interests of our
customers. For that reason, deviations may arise between the individual product and the
present manual.

1.1.2 Note 2

Project-specific details and settings are as a general rule to be taken from the separate,
assembly-specific switching documents and data sheets.

1.1.3 Note 3

It is impossible to take into consideration in a single set of directions every chance event
which could conceivably emerge during use of technical devices. We request for that
reason that either we ourselves or our designated representatives be contacted when
unusual occurrences arise and in the case of events for which the present directions
contain no applicable specifications.

1.1.4 Note 4

We expressly refuse to take any responsibility for any and all damages which occur
as the result of incorrect operation of our apparatus devices, even when no special
instructions in this regard are contained in the directions. In particular, we draw attention
to the fact that exclusive use is to be made of original spare parts.

1.1.5 Note 5

This operating manual may not be communicated to third parties, reprinted, copied or
duplicated, even in excerpts, without our express prior written authorization.

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1.1.6 Note 6

The applicable VDE regulations, ICE publications and accident prevention guidelines of
the employer's liability insurance associations are all to be observed during setup and
operation of SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Devices.

1.2 Specifications / Standards

The SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device fulfils all important national and interna-
tional regulations. Detailed specifications can be found in Chap. 9 on page 155.

1.3 Performing installation, commissioning,


operation

Attention is drawn to the fact that installation, commissioning and operation of the ABB
High Speed Transfer Device should be carried out only by specially-trained and experi-
enced electrical specialists. In particular, comprehensive knowledge regarding the sys-
tems which communicate with the High Speed Transfer Devices is also required.

1.4 Erection hints

The SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device is intended for use in indoor installations in
accordance with DIN VDE 0670.
Please note specifically the environmental requirements as outlined in Chap. 9 on
page 155.

1.5 Abbreviations

CT Current Transformer
DFT Discrete Fourier Tansformation
FUPLA FUnktionblock Programming LAnguage also used as abbreviation for func-
tion plan or chart
HMI Human Machine Interface as control unit
LCD Liquid Crystal Display
LED Light Emitting Diode
LAG LON Application Guide
MC Microcontroller
RHMI Remote Human Machine Interface, the same meaning as HMI
VDEW Association of German Utilities
A/D Analogue/Digital
DSP Digital Signal Processor

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MC Microcontroller
CB Circuit Breaker
NO Normally open
NC Normally close
MCB Automatic Miniature circuit breaker
KKS Kraftwerk-Kennzeichnungs-System

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General

2 General

The ABB SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device serves to transfer load from one feeder
to a stand-by feeder which is independent of the previous feeder, and to do so as fast
as possible.
For this, the primary function principle of the ABB High Speed Transfer Device is the
execution of fast transfers with commands being issued simultaneously to the respec-
tive circuit breaker which is to be opened or closed, on condition that the feeders be syn-
chronous with one another.
In the event of non-synchronous feeders, it offers a number of other, optional mecha-
nisms.
The SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device is available as a stand-alone-device and
can be integrated into existing installations easily.
The option exists of assembling up to two ABB SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Devices
with all required accessories in a steel sheet cubicle.

2.1 Application

The ABB High Speed Transfer Device is utilized everywhere where the availability of a
safe voltage supply is important and where a breakdown of the electrical energy supply
would mean an interruption in production and thus lead to costs and/or damages as a
result.
The usual areas of installation include, for example:

1. Auxiliary distributions in power stations, as for example


• Steam power stations
• Combined cycle power plants
• Nuclear power stations
2. Environmental technology installations
• Flue gas purification
• Refuse incineration installations
3. Voltage supply to continuous industrial processes
• Chemical plants
• Industrial facilities with high degrees of automation
• Fibre manufacturing
• Petrochemical processes
Because the area of utilization of the SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device requires a
large amount of operational safety as well as flexibility in terms of system integration,
the SUE 3000 is equipped with a large number of project planning options and safety
functions as well as with an on-line diagnostics feature.
In order to realize a permanent availability, the installations are supplied from at least
two synchronized feeders which are independent from one another and which are
equipped with High Speed Transfer Devices.

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In doing so, the High Speed Transfer Device has the task of ensuring uninterrupted con-
tinuous operation of the connected power consumers in case of a power supply break-
down, taking into account different physical factors, through the most rapid possible
transfer to a different feeder kept in reserve.
Corresponding to its multifaceted areas of application, the SUE 3000 can be configured
for different switchgear configuration arrangements.

2.1.1 Switchgear configuration with two circuit breakers

This arrangement is often used in auxiliary installations serving thermal power stations.
One of the two power supplies normally feeds the busbar. One of the two is closed, the
other is open. A coupled operation of both power supplies is not intended, and due to
reasons of rating (resistance to short circuits), it is also not permissible.

Feeder 1 Feeder 2
Protec-
I&C
tion

n.c. n.o.

Busbar

M M

Illustration 2-1 Busbar with two feeders

If an error leads to a interruption of the feeder currently in operation, the transfer device
switches the load over to the second feeder in the shortest possible time. Following suc-
cessful transfer, the busbar is then supplied further by the second feeder. Once the main
feeder is again in operation, a manually-initiated transfer back can take place and the
normal status can be restored once again. The SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device
is designed completely symmetrically, so that a protection-initiated transfer can be exe-
cuted from either of feeder 1 or feeder 2, in case for example two feeders with equal sta-
tus are present.

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2.1.2 Switchgear configuration with two feeders and one coupling


circuit breaker

With this configuration, the load is divided between two circuit breaker sections due to
reasons of redundancy. The coupling circuit breaker usually remains open. Both feeders
are in operation.

Feeder 1 Feeder 2
Protec-
I&C
tion

n.c. n.c.

Busbar 1 Busbar 2

M n.o. M

Illustration 2-2 Busbar with two feeders and one busbar coupling

In case of interruption of one feeder, a transfer from the circuit breaker of the disturbed
feeder to the coupling breaker follows. The circuit breaker which had previously fed the
busbar is opened and the busbar coupling is closed.
After that, both busbar sections are supplied by one feeder. Once the disturbed feeder
is again available, a manually-initiated re-transfer can be issued in order to restore nor-
mal status once again.

2.1.3 Prerequisites for the optimum utilization of the SUE 3000

In order to ensure optimal utilization of the SUE 3000, the following prerequisites should
be fulfilled:

1. Existence of at least two synchronized feeders which are independent of one


another in normal operation
2. Circuit breaker with short operation times
3. Switchgear configuration/load suitable for network transfers
4. Fast protective relay for initiation of the High Speed Transfer Device (integrated ini-
tiation detection is also possible as an option)

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In case of interruption leading to the breakdown of the distribution voltage, an interrup-


tion is avoided through the automatic intervention of the High Speed Transfer Device.
Furthermore transfers can continue to be manually triggered, depending on operation.

2.2 Purpose of this operating manual

These operating instructions are primarily intended to provide the user with a compre-
hensive overview concerning the assembly, configuration, function, operation and main-
tenance of ABB SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Devices and, where necessary, error
elimination from them.
In doing so, however, it is possible that not every option available from the High Speed
Transfer Device can be documented, due to the large variety of customer-specific vari-
ants.
This operating manual is intended to continue to offer assistance for project planning
with SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Devices, by documenting all SUE 3000 interfaces
which are usually found in terms of their design and functionality.

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3 Construction

The SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device is based on the modern multifunction pro-
tection and control platform REF542plus made by ABB, equipped with a real-time micro
processor system.
The measuring functions and calculations of analogue values are carried out by a digital
signal processor (DSP). The control function and interface to the communication are
carried out by a micro controller (MC).
The two feeder voltages, the voltage(s) of the busbar(s) as well as the currents of the
feeders are connected as measurands. Transformers which perform an internal adjust-
ment to the required extra-low voltages are integrated in the control unit accordingly.
The individual components are conceived for connection to middle-range and high-volt-
age switchgear assemblies and fulfil all the relevant requirements in this area of utiliza-
tion.

Analog Output Board Analog Input Module Communication Board

RX TX
0/4..20mA 0/4..20mA CP Communication
Processor

AI 1
AI 2 DSP

Time Synch.
AI 3
µC
AI 4
AI 5
Phase Comparision
AI 6 and Analog Control
AI 7 Measurement
AI 8
Analog
Input CAN Eth.
Board
Main Board

Binary Binary
Inputs Outputs

Binary I/O-Board(s)

Illustration 3-1 Block diagram of the SUE 3000 central unit

The multi-functional device consists of two separate units, a central unit and the split
operating unit. In the central unit are the current supply component, processor compo-
nent, in- and output components and, if required, optional components for extension of
functions integrated.

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Illustration 3-2 Central unit and operating unit (HMI) of the SUE 3000

The operating unit is independent with its own power supply and is integrated in the door
of the control cubicle. This operating unit serves for the local control of the High Speed
Transfer Device and also for parameterization of functions. The connection to the cen-
tral unit is done by a pair of shielded, drilled leads according. to the RS 485 standard
interface.
The High Speed Transfer Device SUE 3000 can be delivered alternatively as loose
apparatus for installation in i.E. switching charts, low-voltage niches, partially busy elec-
tronic cubicles etc. or can be integrated completely wired for connection in an electronic
cubicle.
In each case the High Speed Transfer Device is configured system-dependent.

3.1 Central unit of the SUE 3000

The central unit of the SUE 3000 (see Illustr. 3-2 on page 16) includes all essentially
electronic devices of the High Speed Transfer Device, like:

1. CPU board
2. Power supply
3. Binary In-/Output boards (1 ... 3)
4. Analogue input board
5. Housing
6. Communication board (optional)
7. Analogue In-/Output board (optional)
8. Backplane

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3.2 Control unit (HMI)

The control unit of the SUE 3000 (HMI) consist of a separate device with illuminated
LCD display and several operating elements.

Illustration 3-3 Control unit of the SUE 3000

3.2.1 Auxiliary voltage supply

A secured voltage supply of 48 ... 220 V DC is required as auxiliary voltage supply for
the SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device, depending on the used DC/DC converter.
A twofold feeder is recommended for reasons of redundancy (please refer also to
Chap. 9 on page 155).

3.2.2 Transfer functions

The time-critical transfer functions are placed in the SUE object (see Illustr. 6-1 on
page 67). This switching symbol in the function chart provides an extensive customizing
of the High Speed Transfer Device on the environmental conditions.

3.2.3 Construction of the logical control device

The logical control device of the SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device is located on
the central processing board (CPU). The CPU provides a high-performance microcon-
troller and DSP.
The logical control module is optimized in its construction for the specific requirements
of the SUE 3000 and is written in an function chart-orientated language (FUPLA). It can
be monitored and analyzed with the provided tools for configuration. Furthermore, cus-
tomizations can be realized easily.
The function chart runs in a cycle time of ca. 10 ms.
This architecture guarantees the shortest possible processing times (and with them the
shortest reaction times) in conjunction with a simultaneously large signaling scope.

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3.2.4 Analog signal processing

The voltages of the feeders, of the busbar(s) as well as the currents of the feeders are
directed to the analog signal processing. Voltage measurement takes place typically in
concatenated mode (e.g. L1-L2) but is also possible in single-phase mode.
The current measurement serves the purpose of a qualitative display of which load is
present, furthermore for monitoring reasons (fault-recorder) and is undertaken in single-
phase mode.
The input quantities are connected to the sensor unit, upon which a galvanic separation
is ensured with appropriate EMC protection by means of elaborate protective wiring.
The actual analog signal processing is located on the analogue input board and the cen-
tral processing unit. This board is equipped with 16-channel 16 bit-AD-converters. For
processing the digitized signals the CPU-board offers a high-performance DSP (Digital
Signal Processor). Digital filtering, frequency and phase angle determination and ampli-
tude computation are carried out in the latter.
The communication between functional logic and analog signal processing takes place
by DMA (direct memory access), which can be read from and written into by both pro-
cessors (microcontroller with functional logic, DSP with analog signal processing).
In Chap. 4.3.1 on page 27 the functions and the individual criteria of the phase monitor-
ing are described in detail.

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4 Mode of operation

This chapter contains a description of all the relevant functions of the SUE 3000 High
Speed Transfer Device. However, due to the large customer-specific variety, not all vari-
ants could be taken into consideration and be documented completely.

4.1 Required interfaces

The following interfaces are to be taken into account for connecting a High Speed Trans-
fer Device (if applicable):

1. Circuit breaker bays (see Chap. 4.1.1 on page 19 and Chap. 4.1.2 on page 21)
a) Position indication of the circuit breakers involved
b) Circuit breaker control circuits
c) Withdrawable CB unit, spring-loading and/or disconnector auxiliary contact
2. Measurement (see Chap. 4.1.3 on page 21)
a) Measuring voltages of the busbar(s) to be transferred as well as those of the
respective main and stand-by feeder
b) Currents of the two feeders
3. Initiation (see Chap. 4.1.4 on page 22)
Equality entitled by protection or manually (no „Manual/Automatic“ selection option)
a) Through fast protection criteria
In the case of the transfer device in 3-breaker configuration, the protection
activations are only provided from the two feeders. That means that automatic
transfers are only possible in normal status (feeder breakers closed, coupling
breaker open).
b) Manual at the device or from the control room (local/remote selection)
c) By means of internal U< initiation (phase-to-phase) or external undervoltage
relays (phase-to-phase or 3-phase)
4. Remote control (see Chap. 4.1.5 on page 22)
All functions of the High Speed Transfer Device can be remote-controlled.
5. Remote signalling (see Chap. 4.1.6 on page 23)
All relevant operating parameters and modes of the SUE 3000 can be indicated by
potential-free remote signalling.
The allocation of the signals to the respective binary input and output modules can be
found in the project-specific circuit diagrams.
The interfaces listed above will be considered below more detailed.

4.1.1 Position monitoring of the circuit breakers

For position monitoring of the circuit breakers to be switched over, from each of them a
direct, non-delayed and potential-free NC and NO contact is required.

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The High Speed Transfer Device carries out an exclusive OR evaluation of the position
indication in order to enhance operational safety. In the case of a non-valent position
indication for a circuit breaker, the High Speed Transfer Device is disturbed and cannot
carry out any transfers.
With circuit breakers in withdrawable design, the SUE 3000 usually processes in addi-
tion one operating position contact as a lock which is relevant to readiness.
When the motor-loading mechanism (e.g. spring-charge) of a circuit breaker is also to
be monitored, then a voltage-free motor-loading contact can be connected in series to
the operating position contact. (To ensure that the SUE 3000 does not issue any „Not
Ready“ message after a transfer during the regular motor-loading procedure, this mes-
sage is delayed internally by a period of time, the parameters of which can be set in
accordance with the installation, although from a purely functional point of view no trans-
fer readiness exists during the motor-loading.)
The status of the circuit breakers which are relevant for the transfer (OPEN/CLOSE, ser-
vice-position) are shown on the display of the High Speed Transfer Device.

Illustration 4-1 Status display of the circuit breakers

For a blockage of the High Speed Transfer Device when there is overcurrent on the bus-
bar, a corresponding, delayed contact of the overcurrent relay in the feeder is neces-
sary, in order that the High Speed Transfer Device does not switch over a busbar
carrying overcurrent. A blockage of the High Speed Transfer Device requires acknowl-
edgment.
When the undervoltage initiation of the High Speed Transfer Device is activated, then
the following signals are also to be taken into consideration in order to prevent unwanted
transfers:
• An undelayed overcurrent initiation signal of the corresponding overcurrent pro-
tection relay must be provided from every undervoltage-monitored feeder, by
means of which an initiation of the High Speed Transfer Device can be prevented
when there are busbar faults.
• In order to ensure that no undervoltage initiation is issued in the case of an MCB
trip in the measuring circuit, an auxiliary contact of the respective safety MCB
must be monitored.
All of the messages and/or signals which are required by the circuit breaker bays and/or
the bay-allocated protective devices can generally be monitored with the respective bay
control voltage.

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4.1.2 Circuit breaker control

The circuit breaker coils for OPEN and CLOSE control circuits can be initiated either in
one or two-pole basis, respectively. The command circuits shall be connected directly
to the corresponding power contacts of the binary output modules. Please observe the
technical data of the outputs (voltage stability, voltage bearing and switching-off capac-
ity). The duration of the switching commands is dependent on the position indication of
the CBs.
The control circuits are outfit with a coil monitoring which in the case of a wire break hin-
ders the transfer readiness of the SUE 3000, so that faulty transfers resulting from
defective control circuits can for all intents and purposes be eliminated.
When connecting the High Speed Transfer Device to the switchbay to be triggered, it
should be noted that any substation interlocks have to be bypassed, due to the function
principle that requires the issuing of simultaneous commands to the circuit breakers
involved in cases of fast transfers.

4.1.3 Evaluation of the measuring voltages

The functionality of the SUE 3000 is mainly determined by the fed-in measuring voltages
(→ analog signal processing) as well as by the position indications of the circuit breakers
(→ transfer direction).
• The position of the circuit breakers to be switched over determines the current
transfer direction (1→2 or 2→1, with a 3-circuit breaker configuration 1→Busbar
or Busbar→1 and/or 2→Busbar or Busbar→2) and with it the corresponding
stand-by feeder as well.

Note
A plausible status for the circuit breaker positions must be given for the transfer
readiness of the High Speed Transfer Device. A transfer can take place only if one
circuit breaker is closed and the other is open.

• If the voltage of the respective stand-by feeder prior to a transfer amounts to less
than 80% UN, then there is no intact stand-by feeder available to the High Speed
Transfer Device, and the SUE 3000 assumes the status „Not Ready“. In the case
of a transfer device with busbar coupling (3-circuit breaker configuration), the
neighboring busbar component is considered to be a stand-by feeder. Here the
voltage comparison between busbar and stand-by feeder in starting status (feed-
ers closed, coupling circuit breaker open) takes place between the voltage of the
two busbar components.
• If the busbar voltage falls below 70% UN (default setting), one of the criteria for
fast transfers (see Chap. 4.3.1 on page 27) is no longer fulfilled, due to the differ-
ence voltage between busbar and stand-by voltage, and the High Speed Transfer
Device will not in the case of an initiation carry out a fast transfer, but instead will
execute a transfer at 1st phase coincidence, residual voltage-dependent or time-
delayed transfer.
• The corresponding feeder is monitored permanently for undervoltage. The ques-
tion of whether this monitoring leads to an initiation of the High Speed Transfer
Device can be decided in the framework of the installation project planning and con-
figuration can be done accordingly.
• The operating mode of the High Speed Transfer Device is determined dynami-
cally from the phase monitoring between the respective stand-by feeder and the
busbar, incorporating evaluation of various criteria. The High Speed Transfer
Device selects the transfer mode which is suited to the external situation prevail-
ing for the installation.

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4.1.4 Initiation

The High Speed Transfer Device can in principle be initiated through three different
ways. These are not compatible with one another, as they to a certain extent exhibit dif-
ferent interlocking conditions and different internal processing times.

4.1.4.1 Manual initiation

The manual initiation of the High Speed Transfer Device can be issued either from the
device but also by remote control via binary input, depending on the local/remote key-
switch position. The manual initiation is not directional-fixed, i.e., initiations lead to trans-
fers in the direction which is respectively possible.

Note
The processing of the manual initiation takes place with low priority and is not
suitable for protective initiations of the transfer device.

4.1.4.2 Protective initiation

The inputs of the High Speed Transfer Device for protective initiation through unit pro-
tection, transformer protection or other means are carried out direction dependent.

4.1.4.3 Undervoltage initiation

If no fast protection criteria are available, the emergence of undervoltage in the respec-
tive feeder can be a sensible initiation criterion.
The analog signal processing contains an integrated undervoltage monitoring of the
respective feeder. The measurement takes place phase to phase.
An U< initiation can be built from this undervoltage monitoring within the processing
logic system by means of software project planning.
In addition, two directional dependent, undelayed initiation inputs are provided which
allows (if desired) to connect external undervoltage relays with integrated time-delay
stages.

Note
In the case of an undervoltage initiation, it must be noted that no fast transfer
takes place, due to the busbar voltage, which is usually already lowered to below
70% UN (typical standard setting for U< initiation), because the criterion UBus-
bar>UMin2 is no longer fulfilled (see Chap. 4.3.1 on page 27).

In cases where the undervoltage initiation is activated, overcurrent protection signal as


well as MCB drop signal are to be taken into account in accordance with Chap. 4.1.1 on
page 19.

4.1.5 Remote control

All of the functions of the SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device can be operated by
remote control when the key switch position (remote) is set accordingly. The connection
takes place by means of binary inputs.

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The High Speed Transfer Device offers the following individual operating opportunities:

Remote control options

1. SUE 3000 Off (Control Menu)


2. SUE 3000 On (Control Menu)
3. Manual initiation (with 3-breaker configuration present twice) (Control Menu)
4. Reset blocking (Reset menu)

If the functions mentioned above are triggered by a control system, then a minimum
impulse duration (TImpulse ≥ 100 ms) is to be guaranteed based on the cyclical working
method in the FUPLA of the SUE 3000.

4.1.6 Remote signalling

All relevant operation and function displays as well as alarm messages are made avail-
able for the SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device, potential free, as NO contacts,
optionally also as change-over contacts.
The signals corresponding to the respective display and/or alarm message concept are
selected and realized in the framework of the installation project planning at the cus-
tomer site.
Several signals are displayed separately for both sides of the transfer device in the case
of transfer installations in 3-circuit breaker configuration. These signals are designated
with (*). See also in this connection the project-specific documentation.
The following operating and alarm messages can be made available for Remote signal-
ling:

Operating displays

1. SUE 3000 Off


2. SUE 3000 On
3. Ready (for transfers) (*)
4. Synchronous feeders (fast transfer possible) (*)

Procedural and success messages

1. Signal at every transfer (*)


2. Signal at residual voltage or time-delayed transfer (*)
3. Fast transfer executed (*)
4. Residual voltage or time-delayed transfer executed (*)
5. Transfer at 1st phase coincidence executed (*)
6. Manual initiation triggered

Fault or alarm messages

1. Not ready
2. Blocked
3. UBusbar failure (*)
4. UStand-by failure (*)
5. Control circuit error (*)
6. Manual initiation executed

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4.2 Communication with control technology

This part of the manual describes the communication interface of the SUE 3000 switch-
bay protection and control unit to the upper level control system. The following section
and subsections contain information on the protocols used:
• SPABUS interface
• LON interface (per LAG 1.4)
• MODBUS RTU interface
All these protocols are implemented on dedicated communication boards, which can be
inserted into the SUE 3000 core unit. Only one protocol and thus only one communica-
tion board can be selected.
SUE 3000 protection and control functionality are completely independent by the proto-
col choice and are not affected by the presence/absence of the communication board.

4.2.1 SPABUS

The SPABUS defines an ABB-owned, terminal-oriented communication protocol that


enables efficient access to a register model which completely describes the information
content of a field device. The implementation uses the SPABUS protocol definition V2.
The time synchronization similar to SPABUS protocol definition V2.5 is possible since
release 1.2.

4.2.1.1 Structure and functions

The SPABUS is used as a plant-wide, non-redundant field-bus system. In most cases,


it consists of plastic or optical fiber cables. The use of fiber cable is recommend in order
to prevent disturbances caused by electromagnetic effects Due to the more stable trans-
mission performances it is recommend to use the optical fiber than the plastic fiber
cables.
Two different bus structures are supported:
• Ring structure
• Star structure
The SPABUS protocol operates on the master/slave principle. The higher-level system
interrogates the field devices connected. A spontaneous transmission of data does not
take place.

4.2.1.2 Configuration

In the configuration software, the SPABUS protocol can be selected in the menu Main
Menu/Configure/Hardware, group box field bus and the related combo box. Using the
button Parameters… the necessary parameter, the device address and the bus struc-
ture, can be specified. The related document of the REF542plus contains a list of all the
SPABUS registers as well as the associated events. The registers are arranged by func-
tions. Most of the registers can only be accessed successfully if the respective function
has been released in the configuration software, for instance, by inserting a function
block into the flowchart, which is in the following abbreviated as FUPLA. Furthermore,
events are indicated only if the associated register is accessible and the respective
event message has been released. In case a non-configured register is accessed, a
negative check back signal (NACK: negative acknowledgment) is transmitted.

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4.2.2 LON according to LAG 1.4

Presently, the LON (Local Operating Network) is the standard bus system used in sub-
station control by ABB. It is a standardized and commonly used communication bus with
a data transfer rate of up to 1.25 Mbits/sec. In order to meet the high requirements on
substation control with regard to safety, throughput and accuracy, ABB uses, to some
extent, proprietary mechanisms.

4.2.2.1 Structure and functions

A LON network does not need a dedicated master. Messages or specified structures,
e.g. network variables, can be sent from any data source to one or several information
sinks. A control system, however, will distinguish between field devices and higher-level
devices. One speaks of horizontal communication if devices of the same level commu-
nicate with each other, otherwise of vertical communication.
for interlocking purposes - exclusively standard network variables of the nv_status type
are being used. A higher-level system is not necessary in this case.
ABB bases its vertical communication features on the use of explicit messages in accor-
dance with the specifications in LAG1.4. Two important issues need to be taken into
consideration:
• Firstly, a sliding window protocol is used in order to avoid a potential bus over-
load and to achieve a good throughput rate without any loss of telegrams. This
way, it is possible to transfer approximately 30 messages per second to an indi-
vidual, higher-level system, while a total of 40 messages per second can be
transmitted to four higher-order systems.
• Secondly, the quality attributes known from the international standard
IEC 60870-5-101 are used on the LON as well. This makes it possible to make
statements regarding the reliability of data.
A typical higher-level system which fully supports LAG1.4 is ABB's MicroSCADA
SYS500.

4.2.2.2 Interface

For interfacing the SUE 3000 with the ABB Substation Automation System, a COM_L
communication board has to be used. The SUE 3000 is connected to the process con-
trol system by means of glass fiber optic cables using an ST plug.

4.2.2.3 Configuration

The COM_L communication board is self-configuring. This means, it is only necessary


to set the device address in the configuration software. What information can be made
available in the network will be determined automatically when starting. For this pur-
pose, the system identifies, internally, which SPABUS registers are accessible. Most of
the registers are linked to predefined LON addresses. Appendix B contains a complete
list of this address mapping. By means of a mechanism called Transparent SPABUS
Messages and based on message code 65 it is possible to access any information of
the register model.
For the purpose of time synchronization, the SUE 3000 supports two different proce-
dures:
• A vendor-independent synchronization of a mean accuracy (approximately 10 ms)
using network variables nv_clock_warning and nv_clock, cf. LAG1.4, and

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• an ABB specific synchronization of a high accuracy (approximately 1 ms) in


accordance with VATS (Very Accurate Time Synchronization) with bit pattern
detection, for example, supported by ABB subassembly SLCM (Serial LON Clock
Master) of star coupler ABB RER111.
The COM_L board automatically recognizes which procedure is being used and adjusts
to it accordingly.
In the flowchart (FUPLA), the SUE 3000 provides 64 16-bit-write and 16-bit-read
objects. The associated standard network variables of type nv_status of 64 16-bit-write
and 58 16-bit-read objects can be used for horizontal communication. Linking the data
sources to the data sinks, referred to as binding, must be done using a suitable add-on
program, such as the LON Network Tool [LNT505] by ABB. For this purpose, the field
device has to be first assigned a subnet/node address, which, in turn, requires that the
48-bit Neuron ID of the built-in communication processors is used. This ID is transmitted
with the service pin message generated by the SUE 3000 as soon as the Local/Remote
switch is turned into the „Remote“ position and the associated SPABUS event has been
released.
For vertical communication, up to 4 higher-order systems are supported in the
SUE 3000. Implementation of quality attributes for signals in accordance with
IEC 60870-5-101 is subject to some restrictions in the case of the SUE 3000.

4.2.3 MODBUS RTU

All data listed in the SPABUS table for the REF 542plus can be processed by the MOD-
BUS RTU card.
The event chronology is codified in the SPABUS table. The buffer is in position to record
the last 100 events. As the master unit sends out a request, the REF 542 plus transmits
the stored events, marked by the absolute time (year-month-day-hour-second-millisec-
ond). REF 542 plus shows the number of stored events in a dedicated location so that
the master unit can read the event table (polling). The unit type REF542 plus can record
and encode as a wave form all the analog channels as well as the status of 32 digital
channels and transmit them on request to the master unit. The master unit translates the
file in “COMTRADE” format (by means of a *.ddl file). The unit feeds a buffer of 5 s and
a maximum number of 5 records (of 1 s each). REF 542 plus is equipped with a dedi-
cated memory to store the number of recorded events so that the master unit can read
the records (polling).

4.2.3.1 Structure and operation principle

The communication between SUE 3000 and the upper system level is based on master-
slave procedures; the card does not generate data of any kind and cannot perform poll-
ing activities. All the reading and writing activities carried out by REF 542 plus and the
communication systems are based on a memory map located in the communication
card. A dedicated PC-operated configuration tool defines this map; the card is config-
ured by connecting the communication gate with the serial gate of the PC. The configu-
ration tool is set up so as to program all the units connected to the same communication
bus as well as to work on a single map.

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4.2.3.2 Interface

The communication card is available in two hardware versions: the first one with two
serial communication gate having the same characteristics according to standard
RS 485 on twisted shielded pair. The second one also similar to the first one with two
gates, but with glass fiber optic. The connector type is ST (up to two pairs of drivers Tx
and Rx).
In the RS 485 version, the communication is half duplex for each channel and a general
purpose I/O pin is used to enable/disable the transmitter/receiver. In the fibre optic ver-
sion, the communication is full duplex. A general purpose I/O pin is used to enable/ dis-
able the re-circulation from Rx to Tx in case of ring topology of the fibre optic network.

4.3 Transfer modes

The respective transfer mode of the High Speed Transfer Device and its resultant
behavior in the case of an initiation is closely dependent on the installation-specific envi-
ronmental parameters.
In addition to the position indication of the circuit breakers important for the determina-
tion of transfer readiness as well as any locks which may be present, the results of the
analog signal processing (phase monitoring) is exceptionally important, because one of
the different transfer types of the SUE 3000 is selected using the criteria explained more
detailed below.

4.3.1 Operating mode of the signal processing

The signal processing of the SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device provides the logical
processing module with all information concerning the status of the feeders and of the
busbars which is required for determination of operating readiness and operating
method.
In addition, it monitors the respectively active feeder for undervoltage so that the High
Speed Transfer Device offers as an option the function of the internal undervoltage ini-
tiation.
The phase monitoring between busbar and stand-by feeder takes place on a permanent
basis and is coupled by means of an asynchronous handshake (DMA-access) with the
logical processing module. This means that current measured values are available with
every initiation of the High Speed Transfer Device which are made the basis in an unde-
layed manner for determination of the transfer type.
The following criteria are monitored individually and evaluated by the processing logic
system:

1. ϕ < ϕMax (Phase angle criterion)


The phase angle monitoring takes place between the busbar voltage and the volt-
age of the respective stand-by feeder. The limit value for the formation of the phase
angle criteria can be parameterized separately for leading as well as for lagging
busbars and is set at the factory to respectively ϕMax=20°.
It is only when the phase angle between the two monitored networks is located
between the specified limits that a fast transfer can be carried out, because the
phase angle stands in a direct relation to the prevailing difference voltage between
the networks.

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2. ∆f < ∆fMax (Frequency difference criterion)


The frequency difference criterion is also determined between busbar and stand-by
feeder.
For this, the absolute frequency difference between the two networks is determined
and evaluated using a parameterized limit, which is preset at the factory to be
∆fMax=1 Hz. The frequency difference permits conclusions to be reached in terms
of a transfer regarding the starting behavior of the medium voltage drives as well as
of the electrical and transient impacts. When the frequency difference lies outside
of the „window“, then no fast transfer will be performed.

3. UStand-by > UMin1 (Stand-by feeder voltage criterion)


This criterion monitors the respective stand-by feeder, whereby in practice it is
usual that only the decision is important as to whether or not the stand-by feeder
carries voltage. The limit value UMin1 is set at the factory to 80% UN. The SUE 3000
is only ready for transfer if an intact stand-by feeder is available at the moment of
an initiation.

4. UBusbar > UMin2 (Busbar voltage criterion)


The monitoring of the busbar voltage in terms of the failure to achieve a limit value
also aids in the decision concerning the execution of a fast transfer, as is the case
with phase angle and frequency difference monitoring.
The limit value UMin2 is set at the factory to 70% UN. If the busbar voltage fails to
achieve this value, considerable transient effects are to be expected, due to the dif-
ference voltage between busbar and stand-by voltage, even with synchronous
networks, which means that no fast transfer can be carried out.

4.3.2 Fast transfer

For uninterrupted transfer, the High Speed Transfer Device carries out a fast transfer,
under the condition that busbar and stand-by feeder are synchronous and in phase (cri-
teria of the phase monitoring, see Chap. 4.3.1 on page 27). For this, OPEN and CLOSE
commands are issued simultaneously to the circuit breakers to be switched.
If one assumes for the circuit breaker to be actuated that the CLOSE operating time is
longer than the OPEN operating time, then a current-free pause occurs, of which the
length is exclusively dependent on the difference between the circuit breaker operating
times.
In cases where the OPEN operating time is longer than the CLOSE operating time, a
short-term coupling of both feeders occurs, the length of which is also exclusively
dependent on the respective operating time difference.
Attention is drawn to the fact that the SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device makes
possible the option of a switching command time delay to the circuit breakers of up to
30 ms. This is usually utilized in order to shorten the current-free pause (or the duration
of the coupling) where needed with transfers in connection with widely differing circuit
breaker CLOSE and OPEN operating times.

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Illustration 4-2 Oscillogram of a fast transfer

1 Voltage of the busbar


2 Difference voltage between stand-by and busbar
3 Main feeder current
4 Stand-by feeder current
5 Transfer duration

4.3.3 Transfer at 1st phase coincidence

A transfer at 1st phase coincidence takes place when the networks were not synchro-
nous at the moment of the initiation although certain conditions are fulfilled. For this type
of transfer, the OPEN command is dispatched at once and the connection of the stand-
by network takes place in the minimum of the difference of stand-by and busbar voltage
(UStand-by-UBusbar).

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UStand-by

dt

UBusbar
ϕ

Illustration 4-3 Vector diagram of a transfer at 1st phase coincidence

UStand-by Stand-by feeder voltage


UBusbar Busbar voltage
ϕ Phase angle between UStand-by and UBusbar
dϕ/dt instantaneous angle speed between
Connection window (dependent upon CB making
time and dϕ/dt

The High Speed Transfer Device determines the course of the differential voltage and
the point in time of the 1st phase coincidence minimum through anticipatory computa-
tion. In order to compensate for the installation-specific processing time (SUE 3000 sys-
tem operating time, CB operating times), the CLOSE command is issued accordingly -
within a previously defined connection window - before the actual minimum of the differ-
ential voltage occurs.
For the transfer at 1st phase coincidence, project-specific details (such as, for example,
circuit breaker operating times, allowable frequency difference, connection window)
must be clarified on a case-by-case basis. For this reason, the application of this func-
tionality requires very careful engineering and a very competent commissioning.

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Illustration 4-4 Oscillogram of a transfer at 1st phase coincidence

1 Voltage of the busbar


2 Difference voltage between stand-by and busbar
3 Main feeder current
4 Stand-by feeder current
5 Transfer duration

In order to make a transfer at 1st phase coincidence possible, fast circuit breakers with
reproducible operating times are required. The process time (SUE 3000 system operat-
ing time, circuit breaker operating time) must be shorter than 100 ms.
The frequency gradient of the discharging busbar may not amount to more than a max-
imum of dMax/dt = 15 Hz. Even when these criteria are fulfilled, it still must not necessar-
ily lead to a transfer at 1st phase coincidence: Depending on the individual assembly,
particularly on the inertia of the load connected to the busbar, the residual voltage crite-
ria could be fulfilled before a 1st phase coincidence minimum occurs, for example. No
connections will be carried out in the 1st phase coincidence minimum, even in the case
of too fast beats.

4.3.4 Residual voltage-dependent transfer

In cases where the criteria for a fast transfer and a transfer at 1st phase coincidence are
not fulfilled, the High Speed Transfer Device carries out a residual voltage transfer.
For this transfer, first the feeder circuit breaker is opened and then the residual voltage
behavior of the busbar is monitored. The medium voltage drives are able to maintain for
a certain time their air gap field and with it the busbar voltage, so that this decreases
exponentially with a time constant in the seconds range.
Once a parameterized residual voltage value has been achieved (see Chap. 4.3.1 on
page 27), the stand-by feeder is connected without taking into consideration phase
angle or frequency difference. In addition, the analog signal processing sets up the fol-
lowing signal:

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1. UBusbar < URes (Residual voltage criterion)


This criterion serves in the execution of residual voltage-dependent transfers. It sig-
nals to the logical processing module that the busbar voltage is below the
parameterized limit value URes (default setting: 40%), whereupon the latter initiates
the closing of the circuit breaker to be closed.

Illustration 4-5 Oscillogram of a residual voltage-dependent transfer

1 Voltage of the busbar


2 Difference voltage between stand-by and busbar
3 Main feeder current
4 Stand-by feeder current
5 Transfer duration

Provision is made in connection with the residual voltage-dependent transfer that the
maximum possible differential voltage between busbar and stand-by network (in cases
of phase opposition) does not exceed a particular value in order to limit the transient
impact in the moment of the connection.

4.3.5 Time-delayed transfer

When no monitoring of the busbar voltage is possible, due to a malfunction in the low
voltage circuit, e.g. caused by MCB drop out or cable break, the SUE 3000 carries out
a time-delayed transfer upon initiation. With this transfer type, the connection of the
stand-by feeder takes place after a fixed, parameterized time.
The delay time is preset at the factory to Tdelay-time = 2 s. It must however in any case
be longer than the maximum transfer time for residual voltage-dependent transfers, in
order to ensure that the residual voltage value will at least be met. This requirement is
fulfilled in general with the factory setting.

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Note
The time-delayed transfer is to be viewed purely as a safety stage and one that is
of no importance for normal operation of the High Speed Transfer Device.

4.3.6 Signals during a transfer (Load shedding)

Should it happen during a transfer that drives are shed for technical reasons (stand-by
feeder not suitable for a connection of all users, or other cause), then the corresponding
signals are available for this purpose:

1. The „Signal at every transfer“ (Load shedding 1) is dispatched simultaneously


with the OPEN command of the circuit breaker to be opened.
2. For transfers which do not take place uninterrupted, the „Signal at 1st phase coinci-
dence, residual voltage or time-delayed transfer“ (Load shedding 2) will be sent
after a time delay once UBusbar < UMin2 by 10-200 ms (parameterizable in 10 ms
stages, standard setting: 50 ms) has been reached.

The signals also often act as aids for signalling to electronic power drives in order to
ensure a safe re-start-up once voltage returns.

4.3.7 Decoupling

The functional principle of the simultaneous switching command dispatch to the circuit
breakers involved, which forms the basis for fast transfer, includes the possibility of a
coupling of both feeders in case of failure of the circuit breaker which is to be opened.
For this reason, in cases where both circuit breakers are closed for longer than
TDecoup. = 50-200 ms (value is parameterizable, default setting: 100 ms), the High
Speed Transfer Device re-opens the circuit breaker which has just been closed again.
This function is referred to as „decoupling“. After that the SUE 3000 is blocked in a way
requiring acknowledgment.
In a „decoupling“ operation, the two feeders will be coupled briefly
(Tdecoupl. + TOFF-operating time), resulting in a transient current between the feeders over
the busbar, depending on the voltage ratio and the phase angle.
However, since a decoupling operation can occur only in conjunction with fast transfers,
i.e. for synchronized, intact feeders, the compensating current during decoupling may
be regarded as not critical, and in fact in most cases is only slightly higher than the
respective operating current.

4.4 External interlocks and releases

For project-specific customization of the High Speed Transfer Device it may be neces-
sary to process certain external interlock conditions. The following inputs have been pro-
vided for this purpose:

1. I>>-Initiation feeder 1
When the High Speed Transfer Device is equipped with undervoltage initiation, the
overvoltage signal of the respective main feeder is required (Chap. 4.1.1 on
page 19):

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When the busbar (and with it the active feeder as well) is carrying overcurrent, any
resultant voltage reduction or protective trip may not be allowed to lead to an initia-
tion of the High Speed Transfer Device.
The signal can still be used to temporarily disable the High Speed Transfer Device
without signaling.

2. I>>-Initiation feeder 2
Due to the completely symmetrical design of the High Speed Transfer Device, all
direction-dependent functions and inputs are available for both transfer directions
(see 1).

3. Voltage transformer MCB monitoring, feeder 1


To ensure that tripping a voltage transformer MCB does not result in undervoltage
initiation, the undervoltage initiation function must be prevented in the event of an
MCB dropping out in the low potential circuit of feeder 1.
For this purpose, the High Speed Transfer Device provides an input for monitoring
the voltage transformer MCBs involved.

4. Voltage transformer MCB monitoring, feeder 2


(see 3).
Release for transfer direction 1→2 (with 3-breaker configuration 1→Busbar or
2→Busbar) (optional)
This input can be used to influence the transfer readiness of the SUE 3000 in
dependence on direction. In the standard version, this input has been activated so
that the High Speed Transfer Device is ready for transfer in direction 1→2
(1→Busbar or 2→Busbar).

5. Release for transfer direction 1→2 (1→Busbar or 2→Busbar) (optional)


This input can be used to influence the transfer readiness of the SUE 2000 in
dependence on direction. In the standard version, this input has been activated so
that the high-speed transfer device is ready for transfer in direction 1→2 (with 3-
breaker configuration 1→Busbar or 2→Busbar).

6. Release for transfer direction 2→1 (Busbar→1, or Busbar→2) (optional)


(see 5).

7. Release for transfer direction 1→2 and 2→1 (optional)


This input can be used to influence the High Speed Transfer Device’s general readi-
ness in both transfer directions. Normally this input will have been activated at the
factory, so that the SUE 3000 is ready for transferring in both directions.

8. Release for residual voltage-dependent- and time-delayed transfers


(optional)
This input is used with a residual voltage or time-delayed transfer to disable the
actuation of the circuit-breaker to be closed. This means that the connection can be
made dependent on a condition (e.g. interrogate shed loads, etc.).

4.5 Coil monitoring

The coil monitoring ensures a maximum amount of security for the SUE 3000 High
Speed Transfer Device in relation to false switching caused by defective control circuits.

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The coil monitoring happens selectively, by means only coils are monitored which may
be used during the next switching operation(s).
If the electrical passage way is in malfunction, the SUE 3000 is blocked.
In case of two OPEN coils only one coil is monitored. A fault of this one monitored control
circuit leads already to „Not Ready“. Additionally a relating alarm signal occurs, which
clearly indicates the affected circuit breaker.

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5 Operation

At the conception stage of the High Speed Transfer Device, priority was given to a max-
imum user-friendly and transparent user interface.
For most users, the High Speed Transfer Device constitutes an installation working in
the background like a protective installation, responding dynamically to functional
requirements, and not requiring any elaborate operation or signaling support. However,
it also has on hand a multitude of information for consultation where needed, which
offers conclusions concerning all relevant process information and the status of the High
Speed Transfer Device.

5.1 Basic principles of operation

The SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device is outfit with a local/remote key-operated
switch selection feature. The significant operating and alarm messages are reported not
only locally but also remotely by signal contacts. However, detailed alarms represent a
special case in the alarm message sector and are to be found only on the alarm page
on the device.

5.2 Local operation unit HMI

Local operation and signalling of the High Speed Transfer Device SUE 3000 is done by
the control unit HMI.

5.2.1 Control elements

The control unit of the SUE 3000 (HMI), as shown in Illustration 5-1 on page 38, pro-
vides an illuminated LCD display, 7 push buttons, several status and display LEDs, an
electronic key interface, as well as an optical RS 232 interface.

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Illustration 5-1 Operating elements (HMI) of the High Speed Transfer


Device SUE 3000

5.2.2 LC display

Illustration 5-2 LC display of SUE 3000 with SLD view and the SUE page

The standard display of the High Speed Transfer Device SUE 3000 consists of 2 display
parts: A single line diagram as well as a menu/text page.

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1. Single line diagram (SLD)


The Single Line diagram shows the current status of all the switching devices as
well as the status of the High Speed Transfer Device (On/Off). The display can be
customized, this means plain text labelling of components (KKS or similar) and
other relevant devices (disconnectors, transformers, other circuit breakers etc.) for
the High Speed Transfer Device can be shown. Furthermore it is possible to set the
active parts selectable that they can be operated by the High Speed Transfer
Device (by the object control).
On the LCD screen, the following can be shown:
• Up to eight switching device icons (when the binary I/O boards with mechani-
cal relays are used, a maximum of seven switching devices can be controlled)
• Various icons for motors, transformers, sensors, transducers etc.
• A maximum of 40 individual lines

2. Menu / text page


The right half of the LCD screen is for plain text, such as measurement values, main
menu and submenu descriptions, protection signals and event recording. The nav-
igation happens by assigned menu buttons.

5.2.3 Status LEDs

Four system LEDs show the system status of the SUE 3000:

1. Operational status
On the HMI front panel, the operational status is called „Ready“ and is displayed by
a green LED. The unit is not operational if this LED is off. This occurs for example
during the downloading of the configuration for the operation or if the central unit is
not ready for operation.

2. Communication status
On the HMI front panel, this communication status is called „Network Communica-
tion“. If the SUE 3000 is to be connected to a station automation system, an
extension with an appropriate communications board is required. In this case a
green LED is used to indicate the correct operational status of the optional board.
The LED color changes to red if a communication failure has occurred.

3. Alarm indication
Several alarm conditions are already defined and configured in the standard con-
figuration of the SUE 3000. Several customized alarm conditions can be defined
and configured. In case of one of those alarms, the red LED will be on.

4. Interlocking status
This LED serves (in the REF542plus), in case of switching actions, to display the
violation of interlocking conditions. As manual switching actions of single CBs in the
normal operation mode of the High Speed Transfer Device is not foreseen, this indi-
cation normally isn’t applicable.

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5.2.4 LED indication

Eight freely programmable, three color LED's are provided for local indication. The num-
ber of LED display options can be quadrupled through the menu structure. As a result,
a total of 32 indication options are available for status indication regarding protection,
control, monitoring and supervision functions. Each of the LEDs can be associated with
physical entities of the SUE 3000, e.g. binary inputs, as well as with software events.
This can be done easily in the FUPLA configuration tool of the SUE 3000. The text
beneath the LED (menu page) is also free selectable, depending on the LED colour.
The LEDs can operate principally in two different modes: In the dynamic mode the LED
switches off, if the status of the signal is „low“, i.E. if the auxiliary voltage is OK again.
In the „storage mode“ the LED is reset only by acknowledging on the reset page of the
menu. The reset function is available in all operating modes of the High Speed Transfer
Device.

5.2.5 Optical interface for local PC connection

The HMI is provided with an optical interface (RS 232) for the connection of a PC, usu-
ally a notebook with Windows operating system for up- and downloading of configura-
tion data. In the HMI an electrical RS 485 interface with twisted pair, shielded cables for
connecting the central unit is realized. The maximum length of this connection shall not
exceed 100 m.

5.2.6 Local operation (control push buttons)

The push buttons on the front side of the HMI serve for control of the SUE 3000 at local
control. A total of 7 (seven) push buttons are available.

5.2.6.1 Menu and navigation push buttons

A navigation area with four push-buttons for browsing the display of the menu after
pressing:

The MENU push button, which will be mentioned as <Menu> later in text

The UP direction push button, which will be mentioned as <↑> later in text

The DOWN direction push button, which will be mentioned as <↓> later in text

The ENTER push button, which will be mentioned as <↵> later in text makes
entering the selected submenu possible.

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5.2.6.2 Command push buttons

OPEN, mentioned as <0> later in text

CLOSE, mentioned as <I> later in text

SELECT switching device, mentioned as <Ì> later in text

5.2.7 LED bars for measurement

Three LED bars have been provided on front of the HMI Control Unit, two are assigned
to the feeder currents, the third one is freely programmable. The nominal values of each
LED bar, which corresponds to the ten green LED's are defined by the configuration
software. If the measurement values are higher than the rated values, the red LEDs will
light indicating an overload situation. Even if the value of the measurement quantities
are available on the LCD, the three LED-bars on the HMI front-panel are useful for a
quick inspection of the load situation of the feeder. The two bars showing the feeder cur-
rents are labeled I1 and I2, the freely programmable one is labeled M3 and is user-con-
figurable.
The symbol of the bar (I1, I2, M3) appears on the single line diagram close to the mea-
surement point followed by the name and unit of the corresponding measurement quan-
tities. Each bar is composed of twelve LEDs. The ten green LEDs shall be normally
dedicated to display between 0 and 100% of the nominal value of the configured mea-
surement quantity. If the dedication is to 100% of the nominal value, then each LED is
equal to 10% of the nominal value. Two red LEDs then indicate an exceeding of the
nominal value by 20% or more.

5.2.8 Electronic key

Two different electronic keys are identified by the sensor on the control unit (see
Illustr. 5-1 on page 38). One key enables the access for the parameterization of the pro-
tection scheme and the second enables the selection of the control modes (no control,
remote, local). By using these two keys a certain separation between protection and
control operation can be achieved. In case of outstanding operating situations a general
key that permits access to both modes can be provided. The sensor for recognizing
which electronic key has been used is located on the front panel of the HMI Control Unit.
The key must contact both surfaces (inner surface and outer ring).

5.3 Menu on the LCD

The handling of some important menu pages will be described in the following chapters:

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5.3.1 SUE page (overview)

On the SUE page (overview) the relevant informations of the operating status of the High
Speed Transfer Device are displayed.
• Voltage of feeders and busbar(s)
• Operating current of feeders
• Phase angle between busbar(s) and stand-by feeder(s)
• Status of general transfer status
• Status of phase rates (relevant for the selected transfer mode)
• Status of the SUE 3000

Illustration 5-3 SUE page with all important information

5.3.2 Main menu

In normal operation of the SUE 3000 the HSTD page (overview) of the menu is shown
on the right side of the display. To access the menu page, press the <Menu> button as
shown in the following illustration.

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T other
selected menu

U feeder 1 10,00 kV
I feeder 1 432 A

U feeder 2 10,00 kV
I feeder 2 0A

U busbar 10,00 kV
Phase 6 deg Select line

ready

synch

HSTD page
Illustration 5-4 Navigation to menu page

The navigation between the several menu pages is to be done with the up <↑> and down
<↓> buttons and is described in the following:

5.3.3 Commands

On the command page the functions


• Switching on/off of the High Speed Transfer Device and
• Manual initiation
are carried out.

1. Operating status ON/OFF


In status "OFF" at no circumstances a switching will take place. The High Speed
Transfer Device is in stand-by operation.
In case the High Speed Transfer Device is enabled it will automatically get the
respective correct status depending on the process parameters and if the High
Speed Transfer Device is "READY" it will in case of an initiation (manual, automatic)
carry out the correct switching mode for the arrangement.

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from main menu

to main menu

select line

execute

Illustration 5-5 Command page

5.3.4 Electronic Key Status (E-Key)

There are a total of six modes available for operating the HMI Control Unit on site. Four
of them are used to define the control functions and two to define the protection func-
tions. The control modes, as already mentioned before, are as follows:
• No Control
All control operations from the front panel of the HMI Control Unit are blocked
• Local Control
Control operations of the switching device are enabled. Hereby the switching
devices are interlocked as defined in the control configuration.
• Remote Control
In this mode, no local operation of the switching device is allowed. Control of the
switching device can only be performed remotely by SCADA or the station automa-
tion system.
• Local and Remote Control
In this particular mode remote as well as local operation is possible.
The modes for protection are as follows:
• Set
In general this mode is used to set the protection parameters. Changing the active
parameter set and setting the protection function on site is only possible in this
mode.
• Operational
In this mode no local setting of the protection functions is possible. The parameter-
ization of the protection functions is only possible by the station automation system.
Press the <Menu> button and select the submenu E-Key status. With pressing the but-
ton Enter <↵> you access the menu. Set the electronic key (as described in Chap. 5.2.8
on page 41) on the sensor and acknowledge again with Enter <↵>. You get an overview
of the available operating modes for this key. At this time, you can remove the key again.
Select the desired operating mode with the buttons up <↑> or down <↓> and press Enter

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<↵> for acknowledgment. A total of six operating modes are available, four for control-
ling and two for protection. For the setting of the desired operating mode always the
respective key is mandatory.

5.3.4.1 Changing the operating status for control

Illustration 5-6 on page 45 shows the navigation through all four different operating
modes for control. Press the <Menu> button and select the submenu E-key. Press the
Enter <↵> button to access the menu. Set the electronic key for controlling on the sensor
and press Enter <↵> again. You will get an overview of the available operating modes.
Select with the up <↑> or down <↓> buttons the desired operating mode and press Enter
<↵> for acknowledging.

vom Hauptmenü

zum
Hauptmenü

Schlüssel-Status Schlüssel-Status

Betriebsart Kontr. - KEINE KONTROLLE

ORT - ORT

Betriebsart Schutz - FERN


Zeilenauswahl
BETRIEB - ORT & FERN

SCHLÜSSEL einfügen ‘<-’ zum Aktivieren


und ‘<-’ drücken
um Status zu ändern

Illustration 5-6 Changing the control operation mode by using the control
key

The control modes are as follows:

1. Local Control
It is possible to control the CB and other switching devices from the front panel of
the HMI control unit using the command push-buttons. The OPEN and CLOSE
operations are effective only if the interlocking scheme allow them. The remote con-
trol from the station automation system is blocked. It allows the setting of control
parameters and also the configuration of the SUE 3000 via the optical interface.

2. Remote Control
In this mode the operation of the CB and other switching devices can only be
achieved remotely. The local control is blocked. The configuration of the SUE 3000
via the optical interface is possible.

3. No Control
No control is possible. The setting of control parameters and the configuration of the
SUE 3000 via the optical interface is still possible.

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4. Local and remote control (special mode)


The control of switching devices is possible by the HMI (by the command buttons)
or by the station control system. The OPEN and CLOSE operations are effective
only if the interlocking scheme allow them. The setting of control parameters and
the configuration of the SUE 3000 via the optical interface is still possible.

Warning
This mode shall only be selected, if the operating conditions required and the
operating personnel are aware of the selection of this mode.

5.3.4.2 Changing the protection modes

Illustration 5-7 on page 46 shows the navigation in the two operating modes for protec-
tion. Press the <Menu> button and select the submenu E-key status. Press the Enter
<↵> button to access the menu. Set the electronic key for the protection (key designa-
tion ‚Protect‘) on the sensor and press Enter <↵> again. You will get an overview of the
available operating modes. Select with the up <↑> or down <↓> buttons the desired
operating mode and press Enter <↵> for acknowledging.

from main menu

to main menu

E-Key Status E-Key Status

Control mode - SET

LOCAL - OPERATIONAL

Protection mode
select line
OPERATIONAL

Insert KEY <-’ to exec


and press <-’
to change status

Illustration 5-7 Changing the protection operation mode by using the


protection key

The available protection modes are as follows:

1. Operational Protection
In this operational mode the protection functions are in operation. The local chang-
ing of the setting parameter is blocked. Parameterization via the station automation
system is possible.

2. Set Protection
This mode allows the possibility of locally setting the protection parameters. For
this, select the respective parameter and set the parameter with the up <↑> or down
<↓> buttons.

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5.3.4.3 Access to the Menu Pages

The access of the menu pages depends also on the selected mode. The following table
shows the complete access list:

Mode of Operation / No Con- Local Remote L & R Opera-


Set
Menu page trol Control Control Control tional
E-Key Status Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Measurements Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Alarms Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Reset page
- Alarms Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
- Max. values No Yes No No No No
- Energy values No Yes No No No No
- CB cycles No Yes No No No No
- Fault recorder No No No No Yes No
- Start/Trip No No No No Yes No
- Counters No Yes No No No No
Start/Trip page Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Active set page
- View parameter Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
- Change set No No No No Yes No
Protection functions
- View Parameter Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
- Change Parameter No No no No Yes No
Service Page
- Statistics Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
- Versions Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
- Communication Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
address
- LCD contrast Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
- MC time Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
- Load flow direction Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Test Page
- HMI Control Unit Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
- Primary No Yes No No No No

5.3.5 Alarm pages

Press the <Menu> button and afterwards the arrow keys up <↑> or down <↓> to select
the page. Press Enter <↵> to access the page. This menu displays the character strings
associated with the three color - red, green and amber, - fully configurable LEDs. A max-
imum of four pages are allocated for the reporting of alarms. Not more than eight alarms
can be shown on one page. If alarms are configured in latch mode, they can only be
reset by jumping into the so called „Reset Menu“. To change the alarm page the up <↑>
respectively or down <↓> push button can be used.

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from main menu

to main menu

change page

Illustration 5-8 Display of alarm pages

5.3.6 Measurement page

Press the <Menu> button and afterwards the arrow keys up <↑> or down < ↓> to select
the page. Press Enter <↵> to access the page. In this menu page the values of the mea-
surement quantities are displayed as primary values. Depending on the number of mea-
surements configured in the SUE 3000 one or more pages are shown. The refresh time
for the displayed measurements is around 1 s.

from main menu

to main menu

change page

Illustration 5-9 Display of measurement page

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5.3.7 Reset Page

Press the <Menu> button and afterwards the arrow keys up <↑> or down <↓> to select
the page. Press Enter <↵> to access the page. The possible reset actions are placed in
this page. Each reset can be selected only if the HMI Control Unit is in the mode
assigned to the reset. For example, the re-setting of the fault recorder is only allowed in
the SET PROTECTION MODE. If the related mode is not active, the resetting action will
be denied, as shown in following illustration:

from main menu

to main menu

Reset page

Reset alarms
Reset maximum values
Reset energy values Reset
Reset CB cycles NOT allowed
Reset fault recorder in this mode
select line Reset Start/Trip
Reset counters

<-’ to exec <-’ to return

Illustration 5-10 Information at resetting in wrong control mode

Only one reset is allowed at a time. The action can be performed by highlighting the cor-
responding line in the Reset Page with the help of the up < ↑> and down < ↓> push but-
tons and by then pressing the Enter <↵> button.

from main menu

to main menu

Reset page

Reset alarms
Reset maximum values
Reset energy values Reset
Reset CB cycles completed
Reset fault recorder
select line Reset Start/Trip
Reset counters

<-’ to exec <-’ to return

Illustration 5-11 Information at resetting in right control mode

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5.3.8 Events pages

Press the <Menu> and afterwards use up <↑> or down <↓> push buttons to select the
page. Press the Enter <↵> button to access the page. Press the up <↑> or down <↓>
push buttons keys to call up the previous or the next values. To leave the event page
again, press the <Menu> key again.
The data is stored with a maximum of 50 entries. If the storage is full, the oldest data will
be overwritten to save the new data (First In, First Out). If the tripping page is opened in
the event of a persistent fault, the times and trip values are shown by *****. If the fault is
successfully acknowledged, the corresponding values will be shown instead of the
asterisks.

from main menu

to main menu

change page

Illustration 5-12 Display of events after switching

5.3.9 Protection page

5.3.9.1 Viewing the protection settings

The protection functions currently installed in the unit can be seen in the menu protection
functions. Select the menu protection functions with the navigation push buttons. In the
standard configuration of SUE 3000 typically solely U<-protection functions are config-
ured.

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Protection page Protection functions

Active set Undervoltage feed. 2


Protection functions Undervoltage feed. 1

select line <-’ to exec <-’ to exec

Illustration 5-13 Viewing the installed protection functions

Use up <↑> or down <↓> to highlight the desired protection function and then press
Enter <↵>. Then, the protection parameters will be displayed in one or more pages.

5.3.9.2 Changing the protection parameters

Select the menu protection functions with the navigation push buttons and highlight the
desired protection function. Press Enter <↵> to select it. Press again Enter <↵> and the
cursor will automatically go to the first parameter. Use up <↑> or down <↓> to modify the
parameter as wished. After completed, press Enter <↵> and use up <↑> or down <↓>
to select the next parameter to change.
Repeat the procedure for all the parameters that need to be modified. Then press
<Menu> to go back to the list of currently installed protection functions. Repeat the pro-
cedure for every protection function that needs to have the setting modified.
Press again <Menu> to leave the protection functions menu. The unit will then ask what
to do with the changes:
The following screen will appear:

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Protection functions Protection functions

Parameters
have changed
Parameters
- store permanently SAVED
- save temporarily
select line - Discard changes

<-’ to exec <-’ to return

Illustration 5-14 Unit right screen after protection parameters modification

Select the desired choice with up <↑> or down <↓> and then press Enter <↵> to confirm
it. The meaning of the choices is as follows:
• Store permanently
The new parameters are stored in the unit internal memory. They will be used
immediately and for all the next starts.
• Save temporarily
The new parameters are used immediately but are not saved in the unit internal
memory. Next starts will use the old parameters.
• Discard changes
The new parameters are discarded. There are no effects.

Warning
Do not switch off Base Unit power supply during parameters storing. The whole
unit configuration might be corrupted and a new configuration download might
be necessary.

5.3.10 Viewing and changing Control parameters

Select the menu Control with the navigation push buttons and highlight the desired con-
trol function. Press Enter <↵> to select it. Press again Enter <↵> and the cursor will auto-
matically go to the first control parameter. Use up <↑> or down <↓> to modify the
parameter as wished. After the modification, press Enter <↵> and use up <↑> or down
<↓>to select the next parameter to change.
Repeat the procedure for all the parameters that need to be modified. Then press
<Menu> to go back to the list of currently installed protection functions. Repeat the pro-
cedure for every protection function that needs to have the setting modified.

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HSTD Variant 1

Time settings

Max transfer time


2 sec
Wait time
Select line 5 sec
Load shedding delay
50 ms

<-’ to exec

Illustration 5-15 Control parameter page

5.3.11 Service pages

Press the <Menu> button and afterwards the arrow keys up <↑> or down <↓> to select
the page. Press Enter <↵> to access the page. To select the desired submenu use the
up <↑> or down <↓> buttons and afterwards Enter <↵> to access the desired page.

from main menu

to main menu

select line

Illustration 5-16 Menu service page

The service page contains the following submenus:

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5.3.11.1 Statistics

The FUPLA cycle time can be viewed in the submenu Statistics. For this, choose the
menu item Statistic and press Enter <↵>. It shows the cycles time of the actual applica-
tion and also a counter, which counts the number of application on its. Push the button
<Menu> to leave this page.

from submenu service

to submenu
service

Illustration 5-17 Display of the submenu Statistics

5.3.11.2 Versions

The several version informations of the SUE 3000 can be viewed in the submenu Ver-
sions. Choose the menu item Statistics and push the button Enter <↵>. Then the actual
version informations of the used firmware of the SUE 3000 will shown. Push the button
<Menu> to leave this page.

from submenu service

to submenu
service

Illustration 5-18 Display of the submenu Versions

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5.3.11.3 Communication address

The actual communication address of the SUE 3000 can be viewed in the submenu
communication address. Push the button <Menu> to leave this page.

from submenu service

to submenu
service

Illustration 5-19 Display of the communication address

5.3.11.4 LCD Contrast

On this page the possibility is given, to adjust the LCD contrast using the up <↑> push
button or the down <↓> push button. Push the button <Menu> to leave this page.

from submenu service

to submenu
service

Illustration 5-20 Menu for adjusting the LCD contrast

5.3.11.5 Internal MC time (device time)

On this page the time of the devices and the date is shown. To change the device time
use the up <↑> push button or the down <↓> push buttons. After complete changing
push the button <Menu> to leave this page.

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to submenu
service

Illustration 5-21 Menu for adjusting the internal clock of the SUE 3000

5.3.12 Test HMI control unit

This page displays a message indicating the button to press to start the test of the HMI
Control Unit. The test switches on and off all the existing LEDs in each color available,
writes the complete LCD area with letters, all pixels are activated one after the other and,
at the end, automatically returns back to the Test HMI page. During the Test, please
observe the following:
• The push-buttons are not active
• LEDs and LCD do not display actual information
• All protection functions implemented in the FUPLA are active during this test
procedure.

from submenu test

to submenu
test

Select line

Illustration 5-22 Display of the test page for the control unit

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1. Test LCD

from submenu test

to submenu
test

select line

Illustration 5-23 Carrying out the LCD Test

2. Test LED

from submenu test

to submenu
test

select line

Illustration 5-24 Display of the test page for the LED test

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3. Test buttons

from submenu HMI

to submenu
test HMI

select line

Illustration 5-25 Display of the test page for the buttons test

from submenu test HMI

to submenu
test HMI

Select line

Illustration 5-26 Display of the test page for the tests carried out of the
control unit

5.3.12.1 Test of switching devices

In this operation mode all switching devices of the respective bay can be operated
unlocked, if they are controlled by the SUE 3000. All interlocks defined in the FUPLA are
disabled.

Note
In the test mode the interlocking of the switching device is taken out of operation.
The user is fully responsible for all performed switching actions without locking.

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The OPEN <0>, CLOSE <I> and SELECT <Ì> push buttons can be used to perform the
test. When the test is terminated a note to check the correct position of the several
switching devices.

Note
All of the primary equipment must be in the correct defined position before going
back to normal operation.

from submenu test

to submenu
test

Illustration 5-27 Menu for testing primary switching devices

5.4 Single line diagram

The Single Line diagram is displayed on the left side of the LCD. During the selection of
some pages the single line diagram is not shown, because the pages (i.E. Start/Trip
pages) will need the complete LCD display. The update of the switching status of the
switching devices happens rapidly after switching (Chap. 4.1.1 on page 19).

5.5 Interface to local PC

The RHMI can be interfaced to a PC through a point-to-point serial communication chan-


nel. The connector is an optical one and is installed on the front-panel of the HMI. By
using this interface the configuration file can be downloaded or uploaded from the local
PC, which hosts the configuration tool, to the SUE 3000 central unit. Besides that, pro-
tection and operation events and the value of the measurement quantities stored in the
SUE 3000. For example, the content of the start/trip, operation and measurements
pages and saved datasets from the fault recorder (Chap. 6.9 on page 80) can be
uploaded from the local PC for monitoring purpose. During this downloading or upload-
ing phase the RHMI acts as a gateway redirecting the data to and from the SUE 3000
central unit.

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Illustration 5-28 Interface cable between RHMI and local PC

5.6 Interface between RHMI and central unit

The interface between the RHMI and the central unit is a standardized RS 485 connec-
tion with a maximum transfer rate of 38.4 kbit/s. The maximum conductor length is
100 m.

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6 Configuration

In this section you will find the following information:


• How to install the configuration software onto your PC
• How to start the configuration software
• How to configure the HSTD core
• The basic steps in creating or editing a function chart, that is the FUPLA
• The individual menu items of the configuration software
• How to uninstall the configuration software from the computer

6.1 Safety Information

6.1.1 Testing the application

Warning
Each application must undergo a function test with the bay for which it was cre-
ated. The protection functions must be thoroughly checked in this test!

6.2 System requirements

• IBM compatible personal computer, Intel Pentium processor


• min. 32 MB RAM
• CD-drive
• Mouse
• Microsoft Windows® 2000
• Hard drive space: 40 MB free
• serial port (RS 232)

6.3 Installation

The SUE 3000 configuration software installation is controlled by a menu in the


Microsoft Windows® 2000 operating system. To start the installation software, please
proceed as follows:
• Start your Microsoft Windows® 2000 Version.
• Insert the installation disk.
• Display the disk contents in the Explorer.
• Start the file "setup.exe" (e.g. double-click the left mouse button when the mouse
cursor is over the file) on the disk. Help can be found in the Microsoft Windows®
online help or the manuals.

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The installation software, when started, initially offers a choice of the language (English
or German) used to guide the user through the installation process. Please follow the
instructions and observe the information provided by the installation program.
Every step in the installation process can be reversed or the entire program can be can-
celled. If the installation has been cancelled, any previously installed files should be
deleted from the directory where they were installed.

6.3.1 Restart after an installation

Note
At the end of the installation you are prompted to decide whether Windows should
be restarted. This is recommended if a different version of the configuration pro-
gram has been run since the last time Windows was started.

6.4 Uninstall the configuration software

In Windows 2000 start the uninstall process with Start/Settings/Control Panel/Add-


Remove Programs.
With the user-defined uninstall process note that a directory is always deleted, even if it
is not empty. This may accidentally delete files.

6.5 Starting the configuration software

After the installation has been completed as described above, the software can be
started as follows:
The program groups here are accessed through the Start button. After starting Microsoft
Windows® 2000 this button can be found at the lower left side of the screen. The pro-
gram group with the SUE 3000 configuration software will be found in the opened menu
or in one of the following submenus. Additional information can be found in Microsoft
Windows® online help or in the manuals.

6.5.1 Working with projects

The set of files that belong to an application in connection with the configuration software
is referred to as the project. Projects can be created, opened and saved in the configu-
ration software. After starting the configuration software, a new project with the name
"new.sue" is created.

Note
When saving a new project for the first time, always select the menu item Main
Menu/File/Save as F7. Otherwise the name „new.sue“ will be retained.

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The table on the next page describes the set of files associated with a project. Not all of
them will be created in every application. In addition, the table shows when the files are
created or updated. If the files shall be created, the corresponding menu „Generate
Report File“ must be activated.

File Contents Created Updated

*.sue Application comprising: When saving When saving


- Drawing
- Parameter
- Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) configuration
- LCD texts
All other files can be recreated from this file,
with the exception of the fault records files

*.bak Application back-up file When opening When opening

*.doc - Device configuration When opening When opening


- Rated values of the analog inputs
- Configured protection functions with setting
values

*.wir All connections in use are counted and the When opening When opening
connection number and the associated text is
given. The connections are sorted by the
object number to which they are connected
and by the number of the connector pin. As
well as the object number, the object type to
which the connection is connected is also writ-
ten to this file.

*.lst All events generated by the application are When opening When opening
listed here.

*.lcu The mimic diagram configuration of the cur- When exporting a When exporting
rent application. mimic diagram a mimic diagram

*.ri1 The setting parameter set 1 of the impedance When saving an When saving an
protection. The Omicron test set uses this file application with dis- application with
for automatic testing. tance protection distance
protection

*.ri2 The setting parameter set 2 of the impedance When saving an When saving an
protection. The Omicron test set uses this file application with dis- application with
for automatic testing. tance protection distance protec-
tion

*.cfg Configuration file for the fault recorder mod- When exporting a
ule. fault record

*.dat Fault record file with the recorded data. When exporting a
fault record

Only files with the names *.sue can be opened directly in the configuration software.
There is a set of files describing the functioning of the SUE 3000 for every item of equip-
ment or bay that requires monitoring.

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6.5.2 Selecting the language version

To have the menu bars, dialogs and messages of the configuration software appear in
the desired language, select the menu item Main Menu/Options/Language/ [English,
German, Italian]. Because the English version appears first after installing the software,
please select the menu item
Main Menu/Options/ Language/[English, German, Italian, Czech]
The desired language version will be marked in the menu and set immediately. This set-
ting is also retained after closing the software.

6.5.3 Setting the PC and SUE 3000 connection

To import the completed application from the PC to the SUE 3000 or to export an appli-
cation or other data from the SUE 3000, the connection must be established first. There-
fore a special cable must be applied. One end is plugged in to the optical interface of the
HMI control Unit on the SUE 3000 control panel. The other end is plugged into the serial
RS 232 interface of the PC (see Chap. 5.5 on page 59).
To enable data to be transferred over this connection, the dialog
Main Menu/Connect/Serial Port
must be started in the configuration software.

Note
Ensure that the parameters of the dialog Serial Interface … as set in the configu-
ration software also conform to the parameters for the serial interface, which can
be configured in the operating system.

6.5.4 Configuring the SUE 3000

• To be able to configure an application at all, the equipment installed in the


SUE 3000 must be entered into the configuration software. To do this, start the
dialog window
Main Menu/Configure/Global Settings and Main Menu/ Configure/Hardware.
• The analog inputs and outputs should be defined before making the application
settings. Start the dialog window
Main Menu/Configure/Terminals/Analog Inputs
and if necessary
Main Menu/Configure/Terminals/Analog Outputs.
If an analog output board is not used, this menu item cannot be selected.
• After defining the analog inputs, the dialog
Main Menu/Configure/Calculated Values
may also be selected.
• It is best not to define the settings for the display unit and the display language
until the function chart has been created.

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6.6 Downloading a configuration from PC into SUE 3000

This function is selected by the configuration software and is independent of the status
of the electronic key.

Note
Try and avoid downloading an application into the SUE 3000 when the bay is oper-
ating. The High Speed Transfer Device is inoperative while an application is being
loaded from a PC into the SUE 3000!

Note
If the PC has several serial interfaces, ensure that the one set in the configuration
software is used and that the baud rate is set correctly (at present 19.200 kBit/s).

• Connect the optical cable with the RS 232 interface on one end to the PC and the
optical interface to the HMI of the SUE 3000.
• Open the application delete, that is to be transferred in the configuration software.

Note
If the alarm status LED is on, the application cannot be successfully exported
from the PC to the SUE 3000!

• Select the related menu item.


• The test routine of the configuration program is now automatically started again. If
there is any error, the application cannot be exported.
• While the application is being transferred, status messages are shown in the con-
figuration software. Indications are given regarding which part of the configuration
data is being transferred. Messages about data received are also shown on the
LCD of the SUE 3000.
• During the transmission of the application the Ready LED status on the HMI Con-
trol Unit of the SUE 3000 is off. This indicates that the SUE 3000 is not operating.
When the transmission is finished, a message indicating that it is complete
appears in the configuration software. The SUE 3000 then restarts with the new
application. The Single Line diagram appears on the LCD screen and the green
Ready status LED is on again.
• Remove the optical cable after finalizing the download.
Once a new application has been created and loaded into the SUE 3000, its cycle time
must be checked. The value can be found in the menu Service Page, submenu Statis-
tics, which will be mentioned later in this manual.

Warning
The cycle time of an application must be less than 15 ms to ensure good function-
ing of the SUE 3000!

6.6.1 Uploading a configuration from SUE 3000 into PC

This function is selected by the configuration software and is independent of the status
of the electronic key.

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Warning
The functions of the SUE 3000 are not affected while an application is being
uploaded from the SUE 3000 to the PC. However, local control is not available dur-
ing this period!

Note
If the PC has several serial interfaces, ensure that the one set in the configuration
software is used and that the baud rate is set correctly (at present 19.200 kBit/s).

• Connect the optical interface of the optical cable to SUE 3000 and the serial inter-
face RS 232 to the PC.
• Start the configuration software
• Select the menu item
Main menu/Connect/Load from SUE 3000.
• While the application is being transferred, status messages are shown in the con-
figuration program. Indications are given regarding which part of the application
data is being transferred. Messages on the data sent are also output to the LCD
screen.
• When the transmission is finished, a message appears in the configuration pro-
gram. If required, the application can be viewed and re-edited.
• Remove the optical cable, after finalizing the upload.

6.7 Configuration of the HSTD core

The SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device is provided with parameterization and con-
figuration options which enable an optimum customer-specific adaptation of the system
to the external conditions involved. At delivery, the High Speed Transfer Device has
been provided at the factory with a standard parameterization suitable for most applica-
tions.
An installation and customer-specific parameterization is performed by our system engi-
neer in the framework of commissioning the transfer devices or at any given point in time
by trained operating personnel.
The limiting values for the various phase comparison criteria have been set in the factory
to empirically and analytically determined standard values, which have been fixed as to
ensure that there is no risk of damage for the drives being switched over, together with
their driven machines.

Note
To conserve the system’s useful lifetime and dependability, these setting values
should be modified only in exceptional cases!

Modifications of parameters can be realized by either a configuration tool (notebook,


connection to serial interface) or directly via menu on the HMI.

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Illustration 6-1 Core Function component (HSTD-object) of the SUE 3000

6.7.1 Description of the digital inputs

Input name Description


BLOCK A logical TRUE at this input suppresses all the transfer logic
and signalling. If the block occurs while a transfer is running, it
doesn't have any effect on transfer completion and transfer sig-
nalling.
BLOCK INITIATIONS A logical TRUE at this input suppresses all transfer initiations.
Other HSTD functions, such as decoupling and state signalling
(Fast Transfer enable, stand-by and busbar voltage fail states)
are handled as in normal work. If the transfer block occurs
while a transfer is running, it does not have any effect on trans-
fer completion and transfer signalling.
BLOCK RUNNING A logical TRUE at this input blocks a transfer while it is running.
The transfer is in running state from the CB open command
time to the CB close command time. In case of fast transfer
this input doesn't have any effect on transfer completion
because the open-close command are simultaneous.
When this signal is TRUE, HSTD function is in OFF status.
Otherwise, HSTD is in ON status.
BLOCK RES. OR TIME-DEL. A logical TRUE at this input blocks a residual or time-delayed
transfer.
Block 1==>2 A logical TRUE at this input blocks a transfer on direction
Feeder1 → Feeder2 (Busbar).
Block 2==>1 A logical TRUE at this input blocks a transfer on direction
Feeder2 (Busbar) → Feeder1.

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Input name Description


BLOCK I> A logical TRUE at this input blocks transfers for an overcurrent
condition.
More precisely, it blocks the transfer (as input „Block Initia-
tions“). It blocks also the transfer while it is running (as input
„Block running“) only if a „I>>“ condition occurs.
BLOCK DECOUPLING A logical TRUE at this input blocks decoupling feature of the
High Speed Transfer Device.
ENABLE ONLY FAST A logical TRUE at this input enables only fast transfers.
DISABLE FAST A logical TRUE at this input disables fast transfers (for com-
missioning purpose).
INIT. U< FEEDER 1 A logical TRUE at this input initiates, if possible, a transfer due
to an under voltage condition on direction Feeder1 → Feeder2.
INIT. U< FEEDER 2 A logical TRUE at this input initiates, if possible, a transfer due
to an under voltage condition on direction Feeder2 → Feeder1.
PROT INIT (PRIM/SEC) This is a signal typically coming from an external protection. A
1==>2 (BB) logical TRUE at this input initiates, if possible, a transfer on
direction Feeder1 → Feeder2 (Busbar).
It differs from other initiation inputs (manual and U< ones)
because it provides an open by-pass feature and because, if
connected directly with an external binary input (as it should
be) it has a real-time accuracy. 2 channels (OR-gated) are pro-
vided
PROT INIT (PRIM/SEC) This is a signal typically coming from an external protection. A
2==>1 logical TRUE at this input initiates, if possible, a transfer on
direction Feeder2 → Feeder1 (see Prot Init 1 → 2)
MANUAL INITIATION A logical TRUE at this input initiates, if possible, a manual
transfer basing on the present transfer direction.
MANUAL FAST INITIATION This input is used to ensure, that manual initations lead fast
transfers only (for operational purposes)
FEEDER 1 I>> This input and the following three ones offer to HSTD Variant 1
block information about over current conditions; these condi-
tions influence block transfer and block transfer running states.
The I>> signals lead to a temporary "Not Ready" (without sig-
nalization), e.g. in case of a motor start. The I> signals
(→ Overcurrent trip) leads to a "Blocking", which is to be
acknowledged.
FEEDER 2 I>> see Feeder 1 I>>
FEEDER 1 I> see Feeder 1 I>>
FEEDER 2 I> see Feeder 1 I>>

6.7.2 Description of the digital outputs

Output name Description


READY A logical TRUE at this output signals that all external condi-
tions to allow a transfer are met.
NOT READY A logical TRUE at this output signals that external conditions to
allow a transfer are not met.
Remark: when HSTD is OFF, i.e. Block input is high, both
Ready and Not Ready outputs are low.

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FAST ENABLED A logical TRUE at this output signals that in case of a transfer
initiation event the system will perform a fast transfer.
RUNNING This output signals the running state of the transfer. The trans-
fer is in running state from the CB open command time to the
CB close command time. In case of a fast transfer the running
state is one FUPLA cycle pulse.
NOT IDLE Not idle signals, if the SUE is in operation, this signal keeps
active until another transfer could lead to an activation
COMPLETION FAST This output signals the execution of a fast transfer. This output
is one FUPLA cycle pulse.
COMPL. FIRST PHASE This output signals the execution of a first phase coincidence
transfer. This output is active for one FUPLA cycle pulse.
COMPL. RES. OR TIME- This output signals the execution of a residual voltage or time-
DEL. delayed transfer. This output is active for one FUPLA cycle
pulse.
LOAD SHEDDING If the executed transfer is not fast, this signal is dispatched
after the feeder being used so far has been opened and if bus-
bar voltage has dropped under Load Shedding Limit and the
set delay has elapsed. If busbar voltage does not drop, the sig-
nal is dispatched after Max Transfer Running Time minus the
maximum operating time of the circuit breaker. Duration is one
FUPLA cycle pulse.
DIR. SAVED 1==>2 A logical TRUE at this output signals that the last valid direction
saved is Feeder1 → Feeder2. In case of fast transfer the direc-
tion update is done at transfer completion.
DIR. SAVED 2==>1 A logical TRUE at this output signals that the last valid direction
saved is Feeder1 → Feeder2. In case of fast transfer the direc-
tion update is done at transfer completion.
DIR. TRANSIENT 1==>2 A logical TRUE at this output signals that the present direction
is Feeder1 → Feeder2.
DIR. TRANSIENT 2==>1 A logical TRUE at this output signals that the present direction
is Feeder2 → Feeder1.
CB 1 OPEN COMMAND This output signals the CB1 open command execution. This
output is one FUPLA cycle pulse.
CB 1 CLOSE COMMAND This output signals the CB1 close command execution. This
output is one FUPLA cycle pulse.
CB 1 CLOSE TIME FAIL This output is kept high for one FUPLA cycle when the close
operation of a transfer has been performed in more than con-
figured time (CB2 Close Time on Auxiliary Contact parameter
± 20ms).
CB 2 OPEN COMMAND This output signals the CB2 open command execution. This
output is one FUPLA cycle pulse.
CB 2 CLOSE COMMAND This output signals the CB2 close command execution. This
output is one FUPLA cycle pulse.
CB 2 CLOSE TIME FAIL This output is kept high for one FUPLA cycle when the close
operation of a transfer has been performed in more than con-
figured time (CB2 Close Time on Auxiliary Contact parameter
(see 7.4.4.1.4.21) + or - 20ms).
CB OPEN DECOUPLING This output signals that the decoupling monitoring function has
been activated. This output is one FUPLA cycle pulse.
PHASE FAIL A logical TRUE at this output signals that phase displacement
exceeds the configured range for the release of "Fast transfer"
(see Chap. 4.3.1 on page 27).

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DELTA FREQ. FAIL A logical TRUE at this output signals that Delta Frequency
value exceeds the configured threshold for the release of "Fast
transfer" (see Chap. 4.3.1 on page 27).
STAND-BY FEED U FAIL A logical TRUE at this output signals that stand-by feeder volt-
age undershoots the configured threshold for transfer readi-
ness (see Chap. 4.3.1 on page 27).
BUSBAR U FAIL A logical TRUE at this output signals that busbar voltage
undershoots the configured threshold for the release of "Fast
transfer" (see Chap. 4.3.1 on page 27).
BUSBAR U < RESIDUAL A logical TRUE at this output signals that busbar voltage
undershoots the configured threshold (see Chap. 4.3.1 on
page 27).
BUSBAR U < LOAD SH. A logical TRUE at this output signals that busbar voltage
reached the load shedding level.
FEEDER 1 U < NOISE A logical TRUE at this output signals that feeder 1 voltage is
below the evaluation threshold (10% U_Nom).
FEEDER 2 U < NOISE A logical TRUE at this output signals that feeder 2 voltage is
below the evaluation threshold (10% U_Nom).
BUSBAR U < NOISE A logical TRUE at this output signals that busbar voltage is
below the evaluation threshold (10% U_Nom).

6.7.3 Parameter of the HSTD-object

By double-clicking on the HSTD object of the High Speed Transfer Device several
parameter and configuration windows can be accessed, in which all functions of the
SUE 3000 can be manipulated.

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6.7.3.1 General Settings

Illustration 6-2 General parameter window

Upper limit (UL)


Commissioning Lower limit (LL)
Description
parameters Increment (Inc)
Default value (Def)
Field bus address component Default, do not change
Name of the HSTD object
Designation of „Transfer run- UL: 27 „Transfer running“ immediately is
ning“ channel LL: 0 issued with a transfer initiation and
Inc: 1 is mostly used as a load shedding
Def: 14 contact. Therefor the internal signal
it must be assigned directly to an
output channel bypassing the nor-
mal FUPLA cycle time.
Arrangement of analog channels Must be done according to the used
analogue input board and the con-
figuration of the High Speed Trans-
fer Device (3 times voltage, 2 times
current)

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6.7.3.2 Circuit breaker settings

Illustration 6-3 Parameter window circuit breaker

Upper limit (UL)


Commissioning Lower limit (LL)
Description
parameters Increment (Inc)
Default value (Def)
Close command delay UL: 30 ms Delay of the switching command
LL: 0 ms CB Open, serves to reduce the cur-
Inc: 1 ms rent-free pauses in fast transfers, in
Def: 0 ms case the circuit breaker response
times deviate considerably.
Close command delay UL: 30 ms Delay of the switching command
LL: 0 ms CB 1 Close, serves to reduce short-
Inc: 1 ms term couplings in fast transfers, in
Def: 0 ms case the circuit breaker response
times deviate considerably.

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6.7.3.3 Control

Illustration 6-4 Parameter window control

Upper limit (UL)


Commissioning Lower limit (LL)
Description
parameters Increment (Inc)
Default value (Def)
First phase transfer 1→2 Def: Enabled Activation of transfer at 1st phase
(1→BB) (2→BB) coincidence direction 1→2 (1→BB)
(2→BB)
First phase transfer 2→1 Def: Enabled Activation of transfer at 1st phase
(BB→1) (BB→2) coincidence direction 2→1 (BB→1)
(BB→2)
CB Close time UL: 99 ms Compensation time the first phase
LL: 1 ms coincidence transfer (Chap. 4.3.3 on
Inc: 1 ms page 29)
Def: 30 ms
Residual voltage transfer Def: Enabled Activation of residual voltage transfer
1→2 direction 1→2 (1→BB) (2→BB)
(1→BB) (2→BB)
Residual voltage transfer Def: Enabled Activation of residual voltage transfer
2→1 direction 2→1 (BB→1) (BB→2)
(BB→1) (BB→2)
Time-delayed transfer 1→2 Def: Enabled Activation of the time depending trans-
(1→BB) (2→BB) fer direction 1→2 (1→BB) (2→BB)
Time-delayed transfer 2→1 Def: Enabled Activation of the time depending trans-
(BB→1) (BB→2) fer direction 2→1 (BB→1) (BB→2)

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Upper limit (UL)


Commissioning Lower limit (LL)
Description
parameters Increment (Inc)
Default value (Def)
Fast detectors Def: Disabled Optical FDI/VS inputs for fast IRQ initi-
ation enabled
Open Bypass Def: Disabled Protection bypass: If the protective
open circuit of feeder CB 1 is not to be
looped directly onto the circuit
breaker, but rather via the SUE 3000,
then this function represents a bypass
around the SUE 3000-internal inter-
locking for switching commands. Even
if the SUE 3000 is in the „Not Ready“
status, CB 1 is switched off immedi-
ately on occurrence of the Protection1
signal. If the transfer device is ready,
then a transfer will be executed.
Make-before-break Def: Disabled In order to increase the reliability of
the manual transfer mode optionally
the „Make-before-break“ mode can be
configured. Deviating from the normal
fast transfer mode principle the open
and close command are not issued
simultaneously. The open signal is
only issued, if the closing signal was
successful.

6.7.3.4 Monitoring

Illustration 6-5 Monitoring parameter window

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Upper limit (UL)


Commissioning Lower limit (LL)
Description
parameters Increment (Inc)
Default value (Def)
Delay time decoupling UL: 200 ms If the circuit breaker to be opened
LL: 50 ms fails during fast transfers, the cou-
Inc: 10 ms pling of both feeders resulting from
Def: 100 ms the simultaneous command to the
circuit breakers is reversed by an
Open command to the currently
activated circuit breaker after the
set time.
When a fast transfer is being car-
ried out, the coupling of the two
feeders which is thereby brought
into being is deactivated again after
a period of time (which can be
selected), by which the circuit
breaker which has just been closed
is switched off again, for cases
where the circuit breaker which is to
be switched off fails (Chap. 4.3.7
on page 33).
The High Speed Transfer Device
offers in addition the option of also
having a coupling created by the
manual connection of a circuit
breaker deactivate automatically:
If this functionality is configured, the
just closed circuit breakers will be
switched off with a manual coupling
of the feeders and the High Speed
Transfer Device becomes blocked.
Closing time supervision CB 2 UL: 99 ms On-response time monitoring of
LL: 0 ms CB 2. This is activated automati-
Inc: 1 ms cally while transfer at 1st phase
Def: 0 ms coincidence is activated. If the CB 2
Close-response time deviates by
more than the set tolerance,
it causes a corresponding alarm
message. This function assists in
the improvement of operational
safety.
Closing time supervision CB 1 UL: 99 ms On-response time monitoring of
LL: 0 ms CB 1. This is activated automati-
Inc: 1 ms cally while transfer at 1st phase
Def: 0 ms coincidence is activated. If the CB 1
Close-response time deviates by
more than the set tolerance,
it causes a corresponding alarm
message. This function assists in
the improvement of operational
safety.

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6.7.4 Times

Illustration 6-6 Parameter window times

Upper limit (UL)


Commissioning Lower limit (LL)
Description
parameters Increment (Inc)
Default value (Def)
Max. runtime UL: 10.0 s If no fast transfer is to be carried
LL: 0.5 s out, another connection criterion
Inc: 10 ms (1st phase coincidence, residual
Def: 3.0 s voltage, time-delayed) may occur
within this period of time. After the
time has elapsed the internal initia-
tion is reset. For the time-delayed
transfer described in Chap. 4.3.5
on page 32, a standard time of 2 s
is set at the factory. This time
dimension is established in such a
way that it lies for most systems at
a level considerably higher than the
maximum transfer time occurring
with a residual voltage-dependent
connection.

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Upper limit (UL)


Commissioning Lower limit (LL)
Description
parameters Increment (Inc)
Default value (Def)
Disable time after transfer UL: 30 s After a transfer, the High Speed
LL: 1 s Transfer Device is locked for the
Inc: 1 s set time, preventing any further ini-
Def: 5 s tiations, without the signaling of
„Not ready“ appearing. The length
of this time period to be set usually
orients itself for vacuum and SF6
circuit breakers to be switched over
to the duration of the spring-charg-
ing following a decoupling (Open
and Close switching of a circuit
breaker in the briefest of times).
This parameter is set at the factory
to 5 s. For information concerning
the involvement, also see
Chap. 4.1.1 on page 19.
Delay time for load shedding UL: 200 ms For transfers not carried out as fast
LL: 10 ms transfers, a signal which can be
Inc: 10 ms used for load-shedding is dis-
Def: 50 ms patched on reaching the voltage
value U_Min2 of the busbar plus
the set delay.

6.7.5 Analog values

Illustration 6-7 Parameter window analogue values

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Upper limit (UL)


Commissioning Lower limit (LL)
Description
parameters Increment (Inc)
Default value (Def)
Phase leading max UL: 50 degrees Limiting value of the phase angle
LL: 5 degrees enable for leading busbar compared to
Inc: 1 degrees the stand-by feeder. This parameter
Def: 20 degrees specifies the maximum allowable
phase angle at which the fast transfers
can be carried out.
Phase lagging max UL: 50 degrees Limiting value of the phase angle
LL: 5 degrees enable for lagging busbar compared to
Inc: 1 degrees the stand-by feeder. This parameter
Def: 20 degrees specifies the maximum allowable
phase angle at which the fast transfers
can be carried out.
Delta frequency max UL: 2.5 Hz Limit frequency difference between
LL: 0.5 Hz U_BB and U_stand-by for determina-
Inc: 0.1 Hz tion of frequency enable. If the busbar
Def: 1.0 Hz voltage exceeds the slippage set with
this parameter in relation to stand-by
voltage, then no fast transfer is exe-
cuted.
Busbar voltage min UL: 90% x UNom Limiting value of the stand-by feeder
LL: 60% x UNom for transfer readiness of the
Inc: 1% x UNom SUE 3000. If the stand-by voltage fails
Def: 80% x UNom to achieve a particular value or if it is
not present, no transfer may be exe-
cuted. In this case, the High Speed
Transfer Device assumes the operat-
ing status „Not ready“.
Stand-by feeder voltage min UL: 90% x UNom Limiting value of the busbar for fast
LL: 60% x UNom transfer.
Inc: 1% x UNom
Def: 70% x UNom
Busbar voltage residual limit UL: 55% x UNom Limiting value of the busbar voltage
LL: 20% x UNom for residual voltage dependent con-
Inc: 1% x UNom nection.
Def: 40% x UNom
First phase frequency gradi- UL: 20 Hz/s Max. frequency gradient to enable a
ent max LL: 5 Hz/s connection in the 1st phase coinci-
Inc: 1 Hz/s dence.
Def: 15 Hz/s
Busbar voltage load shedding UL: 90% x UNom Limiting value for the voltage level, on
limit LL: 40% x UNom which the load shedding is done.
Inc: 1% x UNom
Def: 70% x UNom

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6.8 Undervoltage instantaneous

Illustration 6-8 U<-function component

In case the High Speed Transfer Device shall be equipped with an undervoltage initia-
tion, this has to be configured on the respective function blocks in the function chart.

Connection Description
BS input A logical TRUE signal at this input suppresses the protection func-
tion trip signal. The function is still displayed on the tripping page.
SL1, SL2, SL3 outputs A logical TRUE signal can be tapped here so long as the protection
function is started through the L1, L2 or L3 conductors.
Trip output Becomes logical TRUE as soon as one of the three monitored volt-
ages exceeds the trip threshold for the set period.

By double-clicking the several configuration menus with the following parameters can
be accessed:

Upper limit (UL)


Commissioning Lower limit (LL)
Description
parameters Increment (Inc)
Default value (Def)
Field bus adress - Set for every protection function
and used to address the function
block for interbay bus commands.
Output channel 0 .. 27 Indicates the number of the binary out-
put affected by the direct trip signal.
For safety and documentation the out-
put must also be made via a switching
object in the function chart. Input of
the value 0 suppresses the option of
faster tripping. The number of the
selected binary output is also shown in
the FUPLA. It is underlined in white in
the relevant function block.
Lowest voltage = 0 used If this is marked, the voltage range
from 0 to 40% of the start value will be
taken into account.
Sensors Connects and configures a sensor/
transducer input to the protection func-
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Upper limit (UL)


Commissioning Lower limit (LL)
Description
parameters Increment (Inc)
Default value (Def)
Start value UL: 120 % Start value for the undervoltage initia-
LL: 10 % tion
Inc: 1 %
Def: 70 %
Delay time UL: 300 s Delay time after which the undervolt-
LL: 0,07 s age leads to an transfer. The mode of
Inc: 0,01 s transfer is normally dependent on the
Def: 0,1 s residual voltage.
Events A configuration dialog is opened. Mark
(activate) the events that should be
sent to the station control system over
the interbay bus. The button can only
be selected when the events function
has been activated in the SUE 3000
basic settings.
Pins List of connections on the function
block with adjacent connection num-
ber. The connection numbers 1 (on
one input) and 2 (on one output)
appear if the function block still has no
connections made.
Button OK All settings are saved in the configura-
tion software. The dialog window is
closed.
Button Cancel Settings are not saved in the configu-
ration software. The dialog window is
closed.
Button Apply Settings of the open window are
saved in the configuration software.
The dialog window is kept open.

6.9 Fault recorder

This function block allows the seven SUE 3000 analog input signals to be recorded for
a period of at least 1 second and for a maximum of 5 seconds. It is also possible to
record up to 32 digital signals simultaneously from the function chart.
The fault recorder is started within the application. The recording time of the fault
recorder is a combination of the time before the fault and the time after the fault. The
time before the fault refers to the period recorded before the fault recorder has actually
started. The time after the fault is the period after the fault recorder has started. Dynamic
recording of the fault record (e.g. from start signal to signal CB OFF) is not possible.

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Illustration 6-9 Configuration of the fault recorder

The specific fault record is saved by the ring buffer process, i.e. the oldest fault record
is always overwritten with a new one. The number of saved fault records depends on
the record time. The total duration of all saved fault records is 5 seconds. For example,
5 fault records can be saved with a record time of 1 s (time before the fault + time after
the fault).
The fault records are exported with the configuration software and then converted to the
COMTRADE format. The fault records can also be exported over the interbay bus.
Please observe the following limitations on the use of the fault recorder:
• At least one protective function must be configured and
• The start signal for the fault recorder must be implemented in the FUPLA.
The analog signals are digitized and processed with a 1.2 kHz sampling rate, because
they are decisive for the protection trips. They therefore within a time grid of 0.833 ms.
Start and trip signals from protection functions are recorded and sent to the binary out-
puts immediately.
In contrast, the digital signals are processed in accordance with the FUPLA cycle time.
The cycle time depends on the application in this case.
The digital signals are therefore in a grid that is significantly larger than the analog signal
grid. The fault recorder is dedicated for recording fault data during a short circuit in the
network. The data can be exported from the SUE 3000 later and displayed with suitable
program.

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Illustration 6-10 Graphic display of fault record data with the WINEVE®
program

6.9.1 Local Export of fault recorder (when configured)

This function is selected by the configuration software and is independent of the position
of the electronic key. If a fault recorder is configured in the application, its data can be
exported from the SUE 3000. The configuration software converts the raw data to the
COMTRADE format.
The fault events can then be displayed using, for example, the ABB WINEVE® or
ABB REVAL® programs. The fault recorder data can also be forwarded to the station
automation system via the interbay bus, e.g LON“ per Lon Application Guide (LAG) 1.4.
• Connect SUE 3000 to the PC using the corresponding cable having a RS 232 and
an optical interface.
• Start the configuration software.
• Select the related menu item. If there are no fault records in the SUE 3000, a
message indicating that, will appear in the configuration program.
In case a fault is recorded the following dialog window appears:

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Illustration 6-11 Dialog window for exporting fault records

The fault records stored in the SUE 3000 are shown in the side of the window. The fault
record with the highest number is the latest entry. The box window shows the default file
names of the fault records that are to be loaded.
• Check the settings for saving the fault records on the PC in the Default Settings
information field. The Path shows the memory location for the fault records. The
Prefix is the character combination that is placed in front of the four-digit fault
record number in the file name. The Format shows the format to which the fault
record data from the SUE 3000 will be converted. Please read the information in
the following subsection to change the defaults.
• Mark a fault record with the mouse and click the >> button. The file name under
which the fault record will be saved on the PC will appear on the right side of the
window.
The characters >>> will appear in place of the moved fault record on the left side of
the window. Repeat this operation for additional fault records if they are also to be
saved.
If the Shift key on the keyboard is held down while marking the fault records, several
fault records can be marked simultaneously and then moved all at once on the right
side of the window with the >> button.
The << button removes a marked fault record from the list of fault records to be
loaded.
• Click the OK button to export the marked fault records with the displayed defaults
from the SUE 3000. The dialog window is closed and the user is returned to the
main menu of the configuration program.
The Cancel button stops the export of fault records to the PC. Changes to the
defaults are not saved. The dialog window is closed and the user is returned to the
main menu of the configuration program.
Status messages are shown in the configuration program during export of the data from
the fault recorder.

Changing the default


• Click the Modify Settings button to start the configuration dialog for changing the
fault records. The following dialog window appears:

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Illustration 6-12 Dialog window for setting the fault record defaults

The list window, which indicates the current path, enables the memory location for the
fault records to be selected. To make a selection, double-click on the memory location
with the right mouse button. Then you can move through the directory trees of the mem-
ory media step by step.
The input field Prefix allows the input of a maximum of 4 characters, which are placed
before the four-digit fault record number in the file name.
E.g.: Fault record 0034 will become file XXXX0034.dat when saved
Select the format in which the fault record should be saved in the file Format selection
list. In this version of the configuration program the fault records can only be saved in
the COMTRADE [ASCII] format. This format is read by programs such as ABB WinEve®
or ABB REVAL®, which processes the fault record data and displays them graphically

6.10 Exporting the input or output status

The current values of the binary inputs or outputs on the SUE 3000 can be displayed.
They can also be printed and saved. Because the procedure and the structure of the dia-
log window are identical, the two processes are described in parallel.
It is also possible to export the status of the binary inputs and outputs regularly and auto-
matically.
• Connect the optical interface of the HMI Control Unit of the SUE 3000 to the PC
serial interface with the optical-RS 232 cable.
• Start the configuration program.
• Select the menu item
Main Menu/Connect/Input Status or...
Main Menu/ Connect/Output Status
One of the following dialog windows will appear: However, no data is yet shown in the
list field.

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Illustration 6-13 Dialog windows for displaying the status of the analog
inputs or outputs

• Click the Get new dataset button. If the connection to the SUE 3000 is correct,
the current data of the first two binary input and output boards will be displayed in
the corresponding list field after transmission:
The export date and time are followed by a list of the available binary inputs/outputs.
The status of the specific input/output is then given.
1: A logical TRUE means BIO is contacted/can be tapped.
0: A logical FALSE means BIO is not contacted/can not be tapped.
--: The input/output has not been defined in the function chart.
xxx: A connection to the SUE 3000 could not be established.
If it is not possible to connect to the SUE 3000, an error message, which must be
acknowledged, will appear first.

Note
The date and time are set by the exporting PC. Please ensure that the system time
is set correctly.

• If the Get new dataset button is clicked again, another list with the new data will
be appended to the previous list.
• Select the save dataset button to start a standard operating system dialog. This
enables the data to be saved in any directory under a name that can be freely
selected. The data is saved as ASCII text with line breaks.

Note
There is a danger that the application will be overwritten. Therefore, do not select
the name of the current application!

• Select the print dataset button to start a standard operating system dialog. This
enables the data to be output to a printer.
• Select OK button to close the dialog window and return to the main menu of the
configuration program. The Cancel button closes the dialog window and returns

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the user to the main menu of the configuration program.

6.11 Exporting the operational measured values

Part of the operational measured values and the calculated values can be exported from
the SUE 3000. They can also be printed and saved.
Only the values that are found in the screenshot below are displayed. For example, the
external phase-to-neutral voltages are not shown!
• In addition, a configuration dialog can be started that displays the operational
measured values and, if selected, the status of the binary inputs and outputs.
• Connect the optical interface of the HMI Control Unit of the SUE 3000 to the PC
serial interface with the related optical cable.
• Start the configuration software.
• Select the menu item
Main Menu/Connect/Measurement…
The dialog window shown below appears. Part of the information window is still empty
at this point and no data is shown.

Illustration 6-14 Dialog window for displaying the operational measured


values

• Click the get new dataset button. If the connection to the SUE 3000 is correct,

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the corresponding data will be displayed in the corresponding list field after trans-
mission: This is the current data at the time of transmission.
If it is not possible to connect to the SUE 3000, two error messages appear. After
acknowledging them, the dialog window appears again with the empty information
window.
• If the get new dataset button is clicked again, the content of the information win-
dow is updated.
• Select the save dataset button to start a standard operating system dialog. This
enables the data to be saved in any directory under a name that can be freely
selected. The data is saved as ASCII text with line breaks.

Note
There is a danger that the application will be overwritten. Therefore, do not select
the name of the current application.

• Select the print dataset button to start a standard operating system dialog. This
enables the data to be output to a printer.
• Select Exit button to close the dialog window and to return to the main menu of
the configuration program.
• Select the Continuously Measuring button to start the dialog as shown in follow-
ing illustration. It regularly and automatically enables the operational measured
values and the status of the binary inputs and outputs to be exported from the
SUE 3000.

Illustration 6-15 Configuration dialog for the continuous measured value


scan

• Enter the period between measurements in seconds into the input field
get new dataset after.
Setting range: 3 … 3600 seconds (One step: 1 second)
Default: 15 seconds
• Mark the Binary Inputs and/or Binary Outputs checkboxes to include their sta-
tus in the continuous measured value acquisition process. The input field above
the two buttons (measuring) has no function!
• Click the Start button to begin continuous acquisition of the operational mea-
sured values (and the status of the binary inputs and outputs, if configured). The
dialog window is closed. Click the Stop button to close the dialog window and
thus stopping continuous acquisition of measured values.
• A standard operating system dialog window for file backup appears.

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The various settings required to back up the data from the continuous measured
value acquisition are made here. The data is saved as ASCII text with line breaks
and the corresponding time information; some data is separated by tabs. New data
is always appended to previous data.
• The dialog window with the operational measured values appears. This always
shows the last set of measured values transferred from the SUE 3000. The OK
button has now become the Stop button.
• Click the Stop button to stop continuous measured value recording. The Stop but-
ton then becomes the Exit button.
• Press the Exit button to close the dialog window and return to the main menu of
the configuration program.

6.11.1 Creating a function chart (FUPLA)

To create the function chart, start the function chart editor with the menu item
Main Menu/Configure/Drawing
Before the function chart editor can be started, make the settings for a new application
in the configuration dialogs Main Menu/Configure/Global Settings and Main Menu/Con-
figure/Hardware.
The first page of the application will appear. To make an application more manageable,
it can be distributed over several pages. One page is larger than the PC screen. All
areas of the current page can be viewed by using the scroll bars to the right and at the
bottom of the drawing editor window. The arrow keys (cursor keys) on the keyboard can
also be used for this.

6.11.1.1 Add or move function blocks

Function blocks can be added and moved in the working mode.

Add function block


Select Drawing Menu/Insert. A submenu with various function groups appears. Select-
ing a function group brings up another submenu listing the individual function blocks.
The selected function block is placed on the top left of the page.
Example:
Select Drawing Menu/Insert/Control Panel/Indication LED
to select the indication LED function block.

Move function block


To move, hold the left mouse button down when the cursor is on the function block and
drag it with the mouse.

Restrictions
Note that not all function blocks can be combined with one another.
There are also additional restrictions for function blocks and connections, which are
listed in the table below.

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Function block Restrictions


Protection functions Max. 12 protection functions
Max. 120 protection parameters
100% DSP load
Fault recorder Max. 1 fault recorder and
Min. 1 configured protection function
Cycle time of application Max. 15 ms
Memory object Max. 1
Power counter Max. 15
Switching object Max. 62
Threshold object Max. 10 per analog input
Direct write-read command Max. 100
Connections Max. 560, number of connections 502
Signaling LED's Max. 32 on 4 sides of 8 LED's each

Determining the cycle time


Once a new application has been created and loaded into the SUE 3000, its cycle time
must be checked. The cyclic time is displayed on the menu Service page, submenu Sta-
tistics.

Warning
The cycle time of an application must be less than 15 ms to ensure proper func-
tioning of the SUE 3000.

6.11.1.2 Add or move connection

To link the function blocks with one another, switch to drawing mode. Then position the
mouse cursor over a connection point on a function block or at the beginning or end
point of a connection. The mouse cursor will change to the shape of a soldering iron.
A total of 512 connections can be added. There are 502 numbers available for connec-
tions (11 … 512). Connection numbers 0 … 10 are for internal use.

Add connection
When the soldering iron appears, hold the right mouse button down and drag the mouse
to make a connection. The connection will end when the mouse button is released.
The terminals of two function blocks can be connected in this way. The connection can
also end in the FUPLA without connecting to a terminal. The connection number is auto-
matically 1 or 2 in this case to indicate that it does not connect two function blocks. Now
use the configuration dialog to assign a previously used connection number to the con-
nection. Connections with the same connection number are considered to be connected
even if they do not contact each other.
Connections run at right angles or in a straight line (therefore, also diagonally), depend-
ing on their setting. The relevant setting is made with the menu item
Drawing Menu/ View/Wires/Right-angled
or
Drawing Menu/View/Wires/Straight.

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Move connections
When the soldering iron appears, hold the left mouse button down and drag the mouse
to move a connection point. When the mouse button is released, the connection point
will remain at this position.

Note
When a connection point is dragged or moved from one function block terminal
to another function block terminal, ensure that the connection is properly posi-
tioned at the function block.

• Check connections after a move


There are two options for carrying out the above check:
• Move the mouse pointer over the connection wire. Double-click the left mouse
button to start the configuration dialog for the wire. The terminal information area
shows the number of the wire that is properly terminated. The numbers 11 and 12
indicate that there is still no connection.
or
• Move the function block in the FUPLA. If the connections are moved with it, the
connection is correct.

6.11.1.3 Starting configuration dialogs

A dialog window can be opened for all function blocks and connections. To start it, move
the mouse cursor over the function block or the wire. The configuration dialog appears
after double-clicking the left mouse button.

Configuration dialog function block


As shown in Illustration 6-16 on page 90, this enables the function block to be configured
and/or provides information on the terminated connections.

Configuration dialog connection

Illustration 6-16 Configuration dialog for a connection

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Enter field Net number: Enter the wire connection number here. The currently
assigned connection number will appear, a 1 or a 2. The numbers 1 or 2 only appear
when the connection ends with a terminal point in the FUPLA. To find the currently
assigned connection number, the configuration software searches the connection num-
bers from 11 upwards for a free connection.
The connection number is also shown in the function chart beside the connection.
Setting range: 11 … 512 (Steps: 1)
Default: Currently assigned connection, 1 or 2
Information field Next unused net number: The next free connection is assigned here.
The configuration software searches the connection numbers from 11 upwards for a free
connection.
Information field Maximum Number of Wires: This shows the maximum possible num-
ber of connections in the current function chart. A total of 560 connections can be used.
There are 502 connection numbers available.
Information field used: This shows how many connections are already set up in the func-
tion chart.
Input field Comment: Enter a comment, a name, for the connection here. The name will
also appear in the function chart beside the connection. This name will be assigned to
all connections with the same connection number.
Setting range: 0 … 21 characters of the standard character set
Default: Empty
Button Choose next free: Click on this button to assign the next free connection num-
ber to the connection. The dialog window is then closed, and the connection has the cor-
responding number.
OK: All settings are saved in the configuration software. The dialog window is closed.
Cancel: Settings are not saved in the configuration software. The dialog window is
closed.

6.11.1.4 Deleting objects in the function chart

Various options are available here:


• Delete a function block: Move the mouse pointer over the function block that is to
be deleted. Double-click the right mouse button.
• A confirmation query appears. Click the OK button to delete the function block or
Cancel to retain the function block.
• Delete a connection: Move the mouse pointer over the connection which is to be
deleted. Double-click the right mouse button.
• A confirmation query appears. Click the OK button to delete the connection or
Cancel to retain the connection.
• Delete the current page: Select the menu
Draw Mode/Edit/Delete Page.
A confirmation query appears. Click the OK button to delete the page or Cancel to
retain the page.
• Delete all connections in the application: Select the menu
Draw Mode/Edit/ Delete All/Wires.
A confirmation query appears. Click the OK button to delete the connections or
Cancel to retain the connections.
• Deleting all pages in the application: Select the menu
Draw Mode/Edit/Delete All/Pages.

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A confirmation query appears. Click the OK button to delete the pages or Cancel
to retain the pages.

6.11.1.5 Check function chart

• The function chart can be checked both in draw mode and connection mode:
• Press the F9 function key on the keyboard or
• Select the menu item
Drawing Menu/Utilities/Check Drawing F9 or
• Select the menu item
Main Menu/Utilities/Check Drawing F9
• The check routine of the configuration software runs the following tests:
• Binary inputs and outputs: Availability of the numbers of the binary inputs and out-
puts used in the application. The availability depends on the number and type of
binary input and output boards in use.
• Device configuration: Availability of a device configuration. Has the configuration
dialog in the menu item
Main Menu/Configure/Hardware
been processed?
• AR and circuit-breaker: If the automatic restart has been configured, there must
be a circuit-breaker in the application.
• Function blocks: All function blocks must be linked to at least one connection.
• DSP load: The DSP load (load on the protection and measuring unit) can be a
maximum of 100%, a maximum of 120 protection parameters can be used and a
maximum of 12 protection functions can be used.
• Connections: The number of connections must not exceed 512.
• Double connections: Connections with the same number may only be connected
to one function block output.
• Calculation of power: The configuration of the analog inputs must match the type
of power calculation.
• Switching objects: A maximum of 62 switching objects may be configured.
• Every switching object must have its own interbay bus address and binary output
represented by the switching object must be physically present.
• Direct write-read command: A maximum of 100 such function blocks are
permitted.

6.11.1.6 Setting the LCD screen and display language

When the application has been set up, the mimic diagram for the LCD screen may be
configured and the language in which the messages appear on the LCD screen
selected. Select the menu items
Main Menu/Configure/Display and
Main Menu/Configure/Display Language.

6.11.2 Description of the menu items

The following subsections provide a description of all menu items of the configuration
software. They are subdivided into main and drawing menu.

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The main menu is displayed after starting the configuration software. The drawing menu
is displayed when the menu item
Main Menu/Configure/Drawing
has been selected in the main menu.

6.11.2.1 Main Menu/File

New
A new project under the name "new.sue" is created. Save it immediately under a differ-
ent name, because this name is always reserved for new projects.

Open… F2
A standard operating system dialog window for opening a file opens. The default file
ending for the file format is *.sue. If necessary, move through the disk and directory
structure to open a configuration file.
The dialog for opening the file will also appear when the F2 key on the PC keyboard is
pressed.
After the project has been opened, a drawing check is run. Any error messages must
first be acknowledged before the project can be edited.

Save F6
The open application file is saved. If a new application file has been created, the file
"new.sue" will be saved in the default work directory of the configuration software. In
the case of a new file, use the menu item Save as … when it is saved for the first time.
An application can also be saved by pressing the F6 function key on the PC keyboard.

Note
Before saving, the configuration software runs a check of the application. Any
messages that appear must be acknowledged before saving.

Save as… F7
A standard operating system dialog window for saving a file appears. The file can be
given any desired name and location. The default file ending for the file format is *.sue.
The dialog can also be started by pressing the F6 function key on the PC keyboard.

Note
Before saving the configuration software runs a check of the application. Any
messages that appear must be acknowledged before saving.

Send E-Mail...
Starts the standard E-mail-program, opens a mail and attaches the edt-file of the con-
figuration tool.

Print
Another submenu is opened here where the information that is to be printed can be
selected. A dialog window appears. Its appearance depends on the operating system
and the installed printer. Additional inputs regarding the print process can be made here.
• Drawing
The function chart is printed out, on several pages if necessary.

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• Parameters
A file is printed with a list of all the parameters input in the application sorted by their
origin. For example, this includes the device settings and also the parameter sets
for the protection functions.
• Eventlist
A file that lists all possible events that could be generated by the application is
printed out. They are sorted by the function block that generated them.
• Connections
The connection numbers and the associated comments are printed out in list form.
• Print All
When this menu item is selected, all previously described printable information is
printed out in sequence.

Print Set Up
When the configuration program is installed, the default printer is activated initially. If
required, another printer can be directly selected and defined as the default printer.

Print Preview
Not applicable for the time being.

6.11.2.2 Main menu/Connect

Serial Port
Starts the configuration dialog for the connection from the PC to the SUE 3000 via the
serial port.

Send to SUE 3000


Sends the data from the open application to the SUE 3000.

Load from SUE 3000


Exports the application currently in the SUE 3000 from the unit.

Read Faultrecorder…
Exports the fault record data saved in the SUE 3000 when the New Data button is
pressed in the dialog window. The data can be saved.

Input Status…
Exports the current status of the binary inputs of the first two input/output boards of the
SUE 3000 when the New Data button is pressed in the dialog window. The data are
marked with the current PC system date and time and can be saved and printed.

Output Status…
Exports the current status of the binary outputs of the first two input/output boards of the
SUE 3000 when the New Data button is pressed in the dialog window. The data is
marked with the current PC system date and time and can be saved and printed.

Measurement…
Exports the current status of the operational measured values from the SUE 3000.
These are certain values that can also be displayed in the LC display screen above the
mimic diagram.

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The continuous measured value transmission to the PC can be configured in the oper-
ational measured values dialog window. The operational measured values and, if
desired, the values from the binary inputs and outputs, will then be regularly transmitted
from the SUE 3000 to the PC.
The data is marked with the current PC system date and time and can be saved and
printed.

Condition Monitoring
Not applicable for the time being.

Key Code
Not applicable for the time being.
• Set protection key
Not applicable for the time being.
• Set control key
Not applicable for the time being.

Exit Application
Ends the session of the configuration software „SUE3000CONF“

Version
Reads the current versions of the SUE 3000 microcontrollers (MC) and the configuration
software. The information is displayed in a dialogue window. If a connection to the
SUE 3000 cannot be established, an error message will be shown.

6.11.2.3 Main menu/View

Toolbar
Opens the tool bar on the top side of the configuration software

Status Bar
Sets the status bar at the bottom of the configuration software

Transfer Bar
Opens the transfer bar below the toolbar

6.11.2.4 Main menu/Configure

Global Settings…
Starts a configuration dialog in which the basic settings are made. Functions such as
fault monitoring, coil monitoring and default values such as the general filter time and
the device address are defined here. In addition, the system messages (events), which
can be sent from the system itself to a station control system, can be configured in two
other dialogs.

Note
This configuration dialog must be edited before an application can be created.

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Hardware...
Starts a configuration dialog in which settings that describe the delivery variations of the
SUE 3000 can be made.

Note
This configuration dialog must be edited before an application can be created.

Terminals
This menu item enables the selection of two submenu items. With them the analog
inputs and outputs can be configured. Correct configuration of the analog inputs in par-
ticular is extremely important if the SUE 3000 is to function properly.

Analog Inputs...
Starts a configuration dialog in which settings can be made to adapt the analog inputs
of the SUE 3000 to the sensors or transducers used. Information important for starting
and tripping protection functions is sent to the bay control and protection unit via these
inputs. Measured values are also recorded with these sensors or transducers.

Note
The same measurement recorders are used for the protection and the measure-
ment functions.

Analog Outputs...
Starts a configuration dialog in which settings that influence the SUE 3000 analog out-
puts can be made. The operational measured values that must be output are selected
and the dynamic range of the output signal can be influenced.

Calculated Values…
Starts a configuration dialog in which settings for the calculated quantities are made.
This includes items such as the selection of the metering system and the type of power
calculation.

Component
Not applicable for the time being

Drawing
Starts the function chart editor. Function blocks can be added, connected and config-
ured here to set the desired functions for the bay control and protection unit.
The menu bar with the drawing menu appears. The menu items of the drawing menu
will be described later.

Display…
Starts the editor for the LCD screen. The mimic diagram can be set up here. Its elements
are connected to the corresponding function blocks.

Display Language…
Starts the dialog that sets the language version for the texts displayed on the LCD
screen. At the same time the correct message texts for the application are selected.

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LED Bars...
Assigns the display of the measurement values to the LED-bars according to the follow-
ing configuration dialog.

Illustration 6-17 Configuration dialog to assign the measurement values of


the LED bars

6.11.2.5 Main menu/Utilities

Check Drawing F9
Starts the software routine that checks the drawing according to specific criteria. If nec-
essary, relevant error messages appear after the check.

Generate Report Files


Creates report file of the currently opened configuration file.

Protection Functions...
Lists all protection function configured. The configuration dialog for the setting parame-
ter can be opened by double clicking the desired protection function.

6.11.2.6 Main menu/Help

Function Keys F1
Opens an information window that shows the assignment of the function keys on the PC
keyboard. The appropriate function key is also shown with the corresponding menu
items.
The following table shows the assignment of the function keys in the main menu and in
the drawing menu.

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Key Main Menu Drawing Menu


F1 Help on function keys Information dialog function keys
F2 Information dialog function -
keys
F3 - Wire mode: Connect FUPLA symbols
F4 - Draw mode: Move FUPLA symbols
F5 - Refresh drawing (screen refresh)
F6 Save Save
F7 Save as… -
F8 - Repeat last add action (only for logic symbols)
F9 Check Drawing Check Drawing
F10 - Sequences ON/OFF
F11
F12 FUPLA Monitor

About…
Opens an information window with copyright and version information of the configuration
software.

6.11.2.7 Drawing menu/File

Save F6
The open application file is saved. If a new application file has been created, the file
new.sue will be saved in the default work directory of the configuration software. In the
case of a new file, use the menu item Save as … when it is saved for the first time.
A project can also be saved by pressing the F6 function key on the PC keyboard.

Note
Before saving, the configuration software runs a check of the application. Any
messages that appear must be acknowledged before saving.

Exit Edit
The editor used to create and edit the function chart is closed. The function chart display
disappears and the main menu bar appears again.

6.11.2.8 Drawing menu/Edit

Insert Page…
Starts a dialog with which a page can be added. The number of the page is entered in
the input field before an empty page is added. An information window shows the last
page that has been used in the application.
The Accept and Cancel buttons are used to add the page or to cancel the procedure.
The dialog window is closed and the user is returned to the drawing menu.
The configuration software provides a maximum of 99 pages for one application.

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Delete Page…
Starts a dialog with which the current page can be deleted. The Accept and Cancel but-
tons are used to delete the page or to cancel the procedure. The dialog window is closed
and the user is returned to the drawing menu.

Delete All
This menu item has two submenu items. They provide the option of deleting all connec-
tions or all pages.
After making the selection, a confirmation window appears. Click the OK button to con-
firm the deletion or Cancel to delete nothing. The dialog window is closed and the user
is returned to the drawing menu.

Domain
Not applicable for the time being

Search Wire…
Opens a dialog window where all connections with the same number can be found. The
connection number is entered into the appropriate input field.
The OK button closes the dialog window and the connections with the number input are
marked red on all pages of the function chart.
The Cancel button closes the dialog window and returns the user to the drawing menu.

Search Object…
This menu item has two submenu items. They enable a function block (referred to as an
object here) to be searched either by its interbay bus address or its object number.
A dialog window appears after making the selection. The interbay bus address or the
object number can be entered into the input field.
The OK button closes the dialog window and the object with the interbay bus address or
the object number that was entered is displayed in the function chart.
The Cancel button closes the dialog window and returns the user to the drawing menu.

6.11.2.9 Drawing menu/view

Toolbar
Opens the tool bar on the top side of the configuration software

Status Bar
Sets the status bar at the bottom of the configuration software

Sequences F10
This menu item shows and hides all labels on the function blocks and connections. The
F10 function key on the PC keyboard does the same thing.

Wires
This menu item has two submenu items. This enables the user to select whether con-
nections can run only at right angles (perpendicular and horizontal) or in straight lines
(perpendicular, horizontal and diagonal).
This setting may be changed at any time and affects all connections.

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Next page PgDn


Shows the next page in the function chart. The PgDn (Page Down) key or Screen ↓ on
the PC keyboard does the same thing.

Previous page PgUp


Shows the previous page in the function chart. The PgUp (Page Up) key or screen ↑ on
the PC keyboard does the same thing.

Go to page...
Starts a dialog with which any page of the function chart can be displayed. The number
of the page required is entered into the input field. An information window shows the last
page that has been used in the application.
The OK and Cancel buttons show the page or cancel the procedure. The dialog window
is closed and the user is returned to the drawing menu.
The configuration software provides a maximum of 99 pages for one application.

Zoom…
Opens a dialog window with which the page view can be enlarged. The percentage fac-
tor is entered into the appropriate input field. It is always based on the default size of
100%.

Redraw F5
Refreshes the display on the screen. The size and the markings of searched objects
remain as before.

Reset
Removes the markings on searched objects and resets the size to the default factor of
100%. Page 1 of the application also appears.

6.11.2.10Drawing menu/Insert

A menu with all possible function blocks arranged by function groups appears. The var-
ious submenus are used to select the corresponding function blocks. The selected one
is then added to the function chart.
There, the sequence of descriptions corresponds to the menu structure of the Insert
menu described here. Therefore, a list of the function groups with their function blocks
is not given here.

6.11.2.11Drawing menu/Utilities

Check drawing F9
Starts the software routine for checking the drawing according to specific points. If nec-
essary, relevant error messages appear after the check.

FUPLA Monitor F12


This menu item can be marked by selecting it. A <9> then appears beside the menu
item. If also the special cable for the optical - RS 232 interface for the communication
between the PC with the HMI Control Unit is connected, the logical level of the connec-
tion in the FUPLA can be shown on line.

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Switching objects…
An information dialog appears. It lists the interbay bus addresses available for the
switching objects. Additional information is also shown adjacently:
• ----------: The interbay bus address is not used by a switching object.
• „EXAMPLE TEXT“: Text from the Comment input field in the configuration dialog
of the switching object.
• „empty“: The interbay bus address is used by a switching object. However, no
comment text has been entered.

Note
When the mouse cursor is placed over a line with the data of a switching object
and the left mouse button is double-clicked, the dialog is closed and the switching
object is marked in the function chart.

Protection functions…
The dialog window shown below appears. It lists the protection functions in the applica-
tion.

Illustration 6-18 Dialog drawing menu/Utilities/protection functions…

A protection function can be marked with the option fields. If the Search button is clicked,
the dialog window is closed and the protection function (of the function block) is marked
in the FUPLA.
The DSP load information field shows the percentage load on the protection and mea-
surement unit (DSP: digital signal processor) resulting from the configured protection
functions. A maximum of 100% is permitted. No more than 120 protection parameters
and 12 protection functions may be used simultaneously.
The Close button ends the dialog.

Wires…
An information dialog with the numbers of the connections in use opens. The number of
connections with this number is shown adjacently in parentheses. At the end the text
that was entered into the comment field of the configuration dialog of the connection fol-
lows.

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Note
When the mouse cursor is placed over a line with the data of a connection and the
left mouse button is double-clicked, the dialog is closed and all relevant connec-
tions are marked in the function chart.

6.11.2.12Drawing menu/options

Block Moving of Objects


This menu item can be marked by selecting it. A <9> then appears beside the menu
item. The function blocks in drawing mode are moved only when the Shift key is held
down.

Move Objects Transparently


If this menu item is marked, the white colored area of the function blocks becomes trans-
parent when it is moved.

FUPLA Monitor
The color of the logical TRUE and low level can be defined.
• Line Color TRUE Level
The line color for logical TRUE level can be selected
• Line Color FALSE Level
The line color for logical FALSE level can be selected

6.11.2.13Drawing menu/Help

Function keys F1
Opens an information window that shows the assignment of the function keys on the PC
keyboard. The function keys are also shown with the corresponding menu items.

About…
Opens an information window with copyright and version information of the configuration
software.

6.11.2.14Indication LED

Illustration 6-19 Function block indication LED

Function
This function block represents the configurable indication LEDs adjacent to the LCD
screen on the HMI as local Control Unit. This function block can be used to address the
LEDs (light-emitting diodes) from the FUPLA and appropriate indication texts can be
added.

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Typical application
Use of the signaling LED to receive the status indication for temperature supervision of
a motor. A green LED stands for example „OK“, an amber LED stands for „critical status“
(with the starting signal of a protection function) and a red LED stands for „fault: motor
too hot“ (with the trip signal of a protection function).

Connections
The LEDs can be in one of four states depending on the wiring of the two inputs: off,
green, red, orange (amber). The indicated text depends on the color displayed by the
LED. The following tables show the corresponding combinations.

Color Green Input Red Input


Off 0 0
Green 1 0
Red 0 1
Amber 1 1

Configuration
The following subsection describe the several configuration dialogs. In all dialogs you
can reach the Buttons OK or Cancel.
Button OK: All settings are saved in the configuration program. The dialog window is
closed.
Button Cancel: Settings are not saved in the configuration program. The dialog window
is closed.

General

Illustration 6-20 General configuration dialog, indication LED function block

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Setting
Input field Description Default value
range
Page number Number of the LED-page that is to be 1 … 4 (incre- [number of the
configured ment: 1) next LED that is
not configured]
LED number Number of the LED that is to be config- 1 … 8 (incre- [number of the
ured. The number is also input in the ment: 1) next LED that is
function block. not configured]
OFF Text that is shown on the LCD screen 0 … 20 char- empty
after the scan of the LED message texts acters (stan-
when the LED is off. In the FUPLA the dard
text is displayed above the function character set)
block.
Green The text will be displayed in the FUPLA 0 … 20 char- empty
above the function block and on the LCD acters (stan-
screen, when the condition is fulfilled. dard
character set)
Amber The text will be displayed in the FUPLA 0 … 20 char- empty
above the function block and on the LCD acters (stan-
screen, when the condition is fulfilled. dard
character set)
Red The text will be displayed in the FUPLA 0 … 20 char- empty
above the function block and on the LCD acters (stan-
screen, when the condition is fulfilled. dard
character set)

Parameter

Illustration 6-21 Parameter configuration dialog, indication LED function


block

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Checkbox latch Signal


This checkbox must be marked if an acknowledgement is required after the LED status
(off, red, green or amber) has changed. If the reason for the LED change of state is still
in effect, the acknowledgement will have no effect.
Setting range: Marked/unmarked
Default: Unmarked

Checkbox Send SMS on transition to RED


-not supported so far-

Information about pins

Illustration 6-22 Information dialog Pins, indication LED function block

You can see a list of connections on the function block and you can reach information
about the wire number connected to the pin. There is also an information wether the pin
is an input or output of the function block. The connection numbers 1 (on one input) or
2 (on one output) appear if the function block still has no connections made.

6.11.2.15Alarm-LED

Illustration 6-23 Function block alarm LED

Function
This function block represents the alarm LED on the HMI Control Unit. This enables it to
be controlled from the FUPLA.

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Connections
The function block connections are not labeled on the function block. They are described
as the upper and lower connection.
There are two options for switching the alarm LED on and off:
The LED is switched on if the upper connection is at logical TRUE and the LED is
switched off if the upper connection is at logical 0.
OR
the LED is switched on if the lower connection receives a logical TRUE signal and the
LED is switched off if there is no longer a logical TRUE signal at the lower connection
AND
if the „alarm“ is acknowledged at the SUE 3000 control panel.

Typical application
This ALARM LED is on if a power circuit-breaker OFF command has been generated by
a protection function being addressed and the power circuit-breaker was tripped.

Configuration
Only the function block connections with the connection numbers attached to them
appear in the configuration dialog. Inputs are not possible.
The connection numbers 1 (on one input) and 2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has no connections made. These inputs are then confirmed with the OK but-
ton.

6.11.2.16Alarm Reset

Illustration 6-24 Function block alarm reset

Function
This function block provides return confirmations on the alarm and where the alarm was
acknowledged from in the function chart.

Connections
ALARM output: logical TRUE if the alarm is still active and the ALARM LED is on (even
after an attempted acknowledgement of the alarm)
REMOTE output: logical TRUE impulse if acknowledged from the station control sys-
tem.
LOCAL output: logical TRUE impulse if acknowledged „locally“.

Typical application
The signals received can be used to reset flip-flops if an alarm (e.g. power circuit-
breaker off) is acknowledged at the HMI Control Unit of the SUE 3000.

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Configuration
Only the function block connections with the connection numbers attached to them
appear in the configuration dialog. Inputs are not possible.
The connection numbers 1 (on one input) and 2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has no connections made. These inputs are then confirmed with the OK but-
ton.

6.11.2.17LOCAL/REMOTE-Key

Illustration 6-25 Function block Local/Remote-Key

Function
This function block provides information on the position of the „local/remote“ keyswitch
on the SUE 3000 control panel at both outputs.

Connections

Connection Local Remote


No control 0 0
Remote 0 1
Local 1 0
Local & Remote 1 1

Typical application
A reconfirmation of the keyswitch setting that can also be forwarded to a substation
automation system is possible with this function block. This enables switching authori-
zations to be assigned, e.g. no switching operations permitted at the HMI Control Unit.
If also the states „No control“ or „Local&Remote“ are needed in the FUPLA, they can be
generated by placing a NAND-object behind.

Configuration
Only the function block connections with the connection numbers attached to them
appear in the configuration dialog. Inputs are not possible.
The connection numbers 1 (on one input) and 2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has made no connections. These inputs are then confirmed with the OK but-
ton.

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6.11.2.18Switching object 0-1

Illustration 6-26 Function block switching object 0-1

Function
The signal of a physical binary input is made available in the function block.

Connections
BI output: Connection at which the binary input signal of the represented physical input
can be tapped.

Parameter setting Connection label


FUPLA display range of the con- in the configura-
figuration dialog tion dialog
Bl Input Bl

Typical application
Connection of external signal source that sends a logical TRUE or FALSE to the relevant
binary input.

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Configuration

Illustration 6-27 Configuration dialog switching object 0-1

Setting
Input field Description Default value
range
Field bus It is automatically assigned so every 5 … 49 and Next free Field
address Field bus address is used only once. As 111 …127 bus address
an alternative the Field bus address can (increment: 1)
also be selected from the list field, which
is displayed by clicking the <6> button.
Input No. (once per represented input): Enter the 0 … [number 0
[Name] number of the physical input to be repre- of binary
sented. The assigned number, high- inputs] (incre-
lighted in Figure 28, will also be shown in ment: 1)
the function block adjacent to the con-
nection.
Filtertime (ms) (once per represented input): Enter the
time during which a signal must be
applied at the physical binary input to be
detected as a logical signal. The input fil-
ter time is added to the hardware and to
the general filter time.
Comment Enter remarks on the switching object 0 … 21 char- Empty
here (e.g. purpose). The text will also acters (stan-
appear in the FUPLA on the left above dard
the switching object. character set)

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Setting
Input field Description Default value
range
Pins List of connections on the function block
with adjacent connection number. The
connection numbers 1 (on one input) and
2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has no connections made.
Button OK All settings are saved in the configuration
software. The dialog window is closed
Button Cancel Settings are not saved in the configura-
tion software. The dialog window is
closed.
Button Events A configuration dialog is opened. Mark
(activate) the events that should be sent
to the station control system over the
interbay bus. The button can only be
selected when the events function has
been activated in the Global Settings.

6.11.2.19Switching object 1-0

Illustration 6-28 Function block switching object 1-0

Function
Actuates a physical binary output from the function chart.

Connections:
IL input: Interlocking input; a switching operation can only be conducted if there is a log-
ical TRUE here.
BL input: Blocking input; if there is a logical TRUE signal here, the switching operations
of the represented output will be blocked.
PO input: Signaling input for a physical output, a logical TRUE initiates, if enabled, an
output relay switching operation.
P output: Pulse output; a logical TRUE can be tapped for the duration of the output relay
switching operation.

FUPLA Parameter setting range of the Connection label in the configu-


display configuration dialog ration dialog
PO Output No. PO active
IL - IL
P - Pulse
BL - BL

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Typical application
Use as output for the contact signalling of e.g. general start.

Configuration

Illustration 6-29 Configuration dialog switching object 1-0

Setting
Input field Description Default value
range
Field bus It is automatically assigned so every 5 … 49 and Next free Field
address Field bus address is only used once. As 111 …127 bus address
an alternative the Field bus address can (increment: 1)
also be selected from the list field, which
is displayed by clicking the <6> button.
Output No. (once per represented output): Enter the 0 … [number 0
[Name] number of the physical output that is to of binary out-
be represented. The assigned number, puts] (incre-
underlined in white, will also be shown in ment: 1)
the function block adjacent to the con-
nection.
imp.length [ms] (once per represented output): Enter the
maximum duration of the output relay
switching operation. In function blocks
with limit stops the switching operation
will be ended before if necessary.
No. of cycles Input field (once per represented output): 0 … 21 char- Empty
Not used. acters (stan-
dard
character set)

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Setting
Input field Description Default value
range
comment Enter remarks on the switching object 0 … 21 char- Empty
here (e.g. purpose). The text will also acters (stan-
appear in the FUPLA on the left above dard
the switching object. character set)
Pins List of connections on the function block
with adjacent connection number. The
connection numbers 1 (on one input) and
2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has no connections made.
Use two step If two-stage switching is activated, a
switch com- switching object must be selected with a
mand command from the station control system
and switched with a 2nd command. This
option does not refer to local switching.
Button OK All settings are saved in the configuration
software. The dialog window is closed.
Button Cancel Settings are not saved in the configura-
tion software. The dialog window is
closed.
Button Events A configuration dialog is opened. Mark
(activate) the events that should be sent
to the station control system over the
interbay bus. The button can only be
selected when the events function has
been activated in the Global Settings.

6.11.2.20Switching object 2-2

Illustration 6-30 Function block switching object 2-2

Function
Actuates two physical binary outputs from the FUPLA. The reconfirmation is received
via two physical binary inputs, which can be defined in the FUPLA. This switching object
can also be used to actuate a circuit-breaker.

Connections
IL inputs: Interlocking inputs, one per represented output; a switching operation can be
conducted if there is a logical TRUE here.
BL input: Blocking input; if there is a logical TRUE signal here, the switching operations
of the represented output will be blocked.

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OP, CL inputs (left): FUPLA inputs for actuating each time the related physical output.
A logical signal to this function block input starts, if enabled, a corresponding switching
operation of the related output relay.
SYNCH. input: Not synchronized input, a closing operation is only allowed, if a logical
0 signal is present at the input.
RES. GRANT input: Reservation grant input, a switching operation is only possible, if
the logical TRUE signal is present at the input. This input is normally used in connection
with LON communication per LON Application Guide LAG version 1.4 as confirmation
the reservation request.
Time > output: Time monitor output; if a logical TRUE can be tapped here, the set
impulse time is expired and a return confirmation regarding the correct switching oper-
ation is no longer received over the represented binary input.
OP, CL outputs (right): Channel definition of the signal outputs coming from the status
information of the primary switching device.
P outputs: Pulse output, one per represented output; a logical TRUE can be tapped for
the duration of the switching operation of the output relay
DEF OPEN output: Defined open output, which generates a logical TRUE signal if the
switching device has reached the definitive open position.
DEF CLOSE output: Defined close output, which generates a logical TRUE signal if the
switching device has reached the definitive close position.
DEF POS output: Defined Position output, which generates a logical TRUE signal if the
switching device has reached the definitive open or closed position.
ERROR POS output: Error Position output, which generates a logical TRUE signal if
both open and close output has a logical TRUE signal or if the switching operation is
interrupted by overreaching the time monitor.
RES. REQ output: Reservation request output, which is normally used in connection
with LON communication per LAG 1.4. Before starting the switching operation a reser-
vation request must be done by generating a logical TRUE signal at this output.

Parameter setting range of Connection label in the config-


FUPLA display
the configuration dialog uration dialog

IL - IL open

IL - IL closed

BL - BL

OP (left) Output No. open PO open

CL (left) Output No. close PO closed

SYNCH. - NOT Synchronized

RES. GRANT - Reservation Granted

TIME OUT - Time Limit Expired

OP (right) Input No. open -

CL (right) Input No. close -

BI Input No. BI

P - Pulse pin open

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FUPLA display
the configuration dialog uration dialog

P - Pulse pin close

DEF. OPEN - Defined open

DEF. CLOSE - Defined Closed

DEF. POS - Def Position

ERROR POS - Error Position

TIMEOUT - Time Limit Expired

RES. REQ - Reservation Request

Typical application
Use of the binary outputs to actuate a motor-driven Isolator. The position status confir-
mation signal is received via the two binary inputs.

Configuration
The following subsection describes the several configuration dialogs. In all dialogs you
can reach the Buttons "OK" or "Cancel".
Button OK: All settings are saved in the configuration program. The dialog window is
closed.
Button Cancel: Settings are not saved in the configuration program. The dialog window
is closed.

General

Illustration 6-31 General configuration dialog, function block switching


object 2-2

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Setting
Input field Description Default value
range
Field bus It is automatically assigned so every 5 … 49 and Next free Field
address Field bus address is only used once. 111 …127 bus address
(increment: 1)
As an alternative the Field bus address
can also be selected from the list field,
which is displayed by clicking the <6>
button.
comment Enter remarks on the switching object 0 … 20 char- Empty
here (e.g. purpose). The text will also acters (stan-
appear in the FUPLA on the left above dard
the switching object. character set)
Kind of switch- Mark the checkbox corresponding to
ing device the switching device used.
Indicate inter- If this Checkbox is marked, an intermedi-
mediate posi- ate setting will be displayed on the LCD
tion screen during the switching operation.
This enables a visual return confirmation
of the switching operation on the LCD
screen. Otherwise only the initial and
final positions are displayed during a
switching operation.
Enable two If two-stage switching is activated, a
step command switching object must be selected with a
command from the station automation
system and switched with a 2nd com-
mand.
Invert inputs The logical signal of the inputs will be
inverted.
Open/Close Enter the signal used for the switching
operation.

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Outputs

Illustration 6-32 Outputs configuration dialog, function block switching


object 2-2

Setting
Input field Description Default value
range
Output Open: Enter the number of the physical output 0 … 27 [num- 0
Output that is to be represented. The assigned ber of binary
number will also be shown in the function outputs]
block adjacent to the (increment: 1)
Output Open: Enter the maximum duration of the output 0 … 65000 100
Pulse length relay switching operation. In function (increment: 1)
[ms] blocks with limit interrupts the switching
operation, if necessary.
Output Close: Enter the number of the physical output
Output that is to be represented. The assigned
number will also be shown in the function
block adjacent to the connection.
Output Close: Enter the maximum duration of the output 0 … 65000 100
Pulse length relay switching operation. In function (increment: 1)
[ms] blocks with limit interrupts the switching
operation, if necessary.
Switch cycles Enter the number of switching cycle dur- 0 … 65000 0
ing the reconfiguration of the SUE 3000. (increment: 1)

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Inputs

Illustration 6-33 Inputs configuration dialog, function block switching object


2-2

Setting
Input field Description Default value
range

Pos. Indic. Enter the number of the physical input 0 … 42 0


Open: that is to be represented. The assigned (increment: 1)
Input [Name] number will be shown in the function
block adjacent to the connection.

Pos. Indic. Enter the time during which a signal must 0 … 65000 100
Open: be applied at the physical binary input to (increment: 1)
Filter time [ms] be detected as a logical signal. The input
filter time is added to the hardware and to
the general filter time.

Pos. Indic. Enter the number of the physical input 0 … 42 0


Close: that is to be represented. The assigned (increment: 1)
Input [Name] number will be shown in the function
block adjacent to the connection.

Pos. Indic. Enter the time during which a signal must 0 … 65000 100
Close: be applied at the physical binary input to (increment: 1)
Filter time [ms] be detected as a logical signal. The input
filter time is added to the hardware and to
the general filter time.

Response time Enter the maximum duration of the time 0 … 65000 100
for the granting the reservation. (increment: 1)

Synchron time Enter the maximum duration of the time 0 … 65000 100
for the sychronization of the closing oper- (increment: 1)
ation.

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Information about pins

Illustration 6-34 Information dialog Pins, function block switching object 2-2

You can see a list of connections on the function block and you can reach information
about the wire number connected to the pin. There is also information regarding whether
the pin is an input or output of the function block. The connection numbers 1 (on one
input) or 2 (on one output) appear if the function block still has no connections made.

6.11.2.21Module for truck (withdrawal unit)

Illustration 6-35 Function block module for truck

Function
This function block is used to move or hide switch icons on the LCD screen. Fixed icons
(transducers, motors, generators etc.) cannot be hidden or moved, because they do not
have a unique Field bus address.
The interconnections of the switch icons on the LC display screen with the switching
objects in the function chart are shown with the Field bus address. In the same way, the
function block module for thrust is linked to the switching icon that is to be moved or hid-
den with the Field bus address.
Connections
Input jump (move): If this input is set to logical TRUE, an icon on the LCD screen is
moved 11 pixels to the left.
If the input is set to logical 0 again, the icon on the LCD screen will resume its initial posi-
tion.
Input disapp.: If the input is set to logical TRUE again, the icon on the LCD screen will
be hidden.

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If the input is set to logical 0 again, the icon on the LCD screen will become visible again.

Typical application
If the power circuit-breaker is on a trolley (thrust), it must also be possible to show its
end positions on the LCD screen. The power circuit breaker icon must be correctly dis-
played depending on the actual position of the thrust (operating or test position).
In addition, if the power circuit-breaker is no longer connected with the other secondary
technology, this status must be shown on the LCD screen. For example, this occurs
when the icon is hidden.

Configuration

Illustration 6-36 Configuration dialog function block module for truck

List field Field bus address: After clicking the button that opens the list field <6>, a
selection list of the Field bus addresses used in the function chart appears. Select the
Field bus address of the switching object whose icon is to be moved on the LC display
screen.
Information fields jump/disappear: The connections of the function block with the con-
nection number connected to it are shown here. Inputs are not possible.

If there are no connections on the function block yet, connection number 1 will appear.
It indicates an input.
Button OK: All settings are saved in the configuration software. The dialog window is
closed.
Button Cancel: Settings are not saved in the configuration software. The dialog window
is closed.

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6.11.2.22IO-Supervision

Illustration 6-37 Function block trip circuit supervision

Function
This function block provides the messages from the trip circuit supervision to the func-
tion chart. The SUE 3000 Global Settings referring to trip circuit supervision and the
FUPLA are linked in this way. The single messages can be blocked independently of
one another. In addition, the entire function block can be blocked; a signal regarding that
can be tapped at one of its outputs. The error messages from the trip circuit supervision
cannot be suppressed on the LC display screen. Up to three output channels can be
monitored for all three binary input/output boards (cards). The trip circuit supervision
must be activated in the Global Settings of the Configuration-Software for every chan-
nel.

Connections

Illustration 6-38 Information dialog pins, io-supervision (coil-supervision)

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Because the labelling of the inputs and outputs is partly abbreviated in the function block
and in the configuration dialog, the list below expands the abbreviation if necessary.

BCS11/BI.Ca.1 Co.1 input


Blocking Coil Supervision 11/blocking board 1 coil 1: If a logical TRUE is set on this
channel, the output signal will be blocked thereby generating the supervision function of
this coil.

BCS12/BI.Ca.1 Co.2 input


Blocking Coil Supervision 12/blocking board 1 coil 2: If a logical TRUE is set on this
channel, the output signal will be blocked thereby generating the supervision function of
this coil.

BCS21/BI.Ca.2 Co.1 input


Blocking Coil Supervision 21/blocking board 2 coil 1: If a logical TRUE is set on this
channel, the output signal will be blocked thereby generating the supervision function of
this coil.

BCS22/BI.Ca.2.Co.2 input
Blocking Coil Supervision 22/blocking board 2 coil 2: If a logical TRUE is set on this
channel, the output signal will be blocked thereby generating the supervision function of
this coil.

BCS31/BI.Ca.3 Co.1 input


Blocking Coil Supervision 31/blocking board 3 coil 1: If a logical TRUE is set on this
channel, the output signal will be blocked thereby generating the supervision function of
this coil.

BCS32/BI.Ca.3.Co.2 input
Blocking Coil Supervision 32/blocking board 3 coil 2: If a logical TRUE is set on this
channel, the output signal will be blocked thereby generating the supervision function of
this coil.

B.A.S./BI. active superv.input


Blocking Active Supervision/blocking input switch supervision: If a logical TRUE is
applied to this connection, switch supervision will be deactivated.

Coil supervision Card1 Coil1/St. Ca.1 Co.1 output


Start board 1 coil 1: If a logical TRUE can be tapped at this output, the trip circuit super-
vision for the corresponding coil has detected an error.

Coil supervision Card1 Coil2/St. Ca.1 Co.2 output


Start board 1 coil 2: If a logical TRUE can be tapped at this output, the trip circuit super-
vision for the corresponding coil has detected an error.

Coil supervision Card2 Coil1/St. Ca.2 Co.1 output


Start board 2 coil 1: If a logical TRUE can be tapped at this output, the trip circuit super-
vision for the corresponding coil has detected an error.

Coil supervision Card2 Coil2/St. Ca.2 Co.2 output


Start board 2 coil 2: If a logical TRUE can be tapped at this output, the trip circuit super-
vision for the corresponding coil has detected an error.

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Coil supervision Card3 Coil1/St. Ca.3 Co.1 output


Start board 3 coil 1: If a logical TRUE can be tapped at this output, the trip circuit super-
vision for the corresponding coil has detected an error.

Coil supervision Card3 Coil2/St. Ca.3 Co.2 output


Start board 3 coil 2: If a logical TRUE can be tapped at this output, the trip circuit super-
vision for the corresponding coil has detected an error.

Active Supervision/St. active superv. output


Start switch supervision: If a logical TRUE can be tapped at this output, the switch super-
vision is operating. If a logical 0 can be tapped, the switch supervision is not active
because it has been blocked via the B.A.S. input.

Typical application
The trip circuit supervision can be used to detect defective trip solenoids on the power
circuit-breaker. For example, the return confirmation over the function block trip circuit
supervision can be used to generate an event for a station control system. Interlocking
of the power circuit-breaker is also possible.

Configuration
Only the function block connections with the connection numbers attached to them
appear in the configuration dialog. Inputs are not possible. The names of the connec-
tions in the configuration dialog are German and in the FUPLA display English. Both
labels can be found in the connection description.
The connection numbers 1 (on one input) and 2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has no connections made. These inputs are then confirmed with the OK but-
ton.

6.11.3 Digital logic 1

The subsections contain the descriptions of the function blocks that are available via the
menu Drawing Menu/Insert/Digital Logic 1.

6.11.3.1 Inverter

Illustration 6-39 Function block inverter

Function
The inverter inverts the input signal and sends it to its output.

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Logic table

On Off
1 0
0 1

Configuration
The function block connections with the connection numbers attached to them appear
in the configuration dialog. Inputs are not possible.
The connection numbers 1 (on one input) and 2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has no connections made. These inputs are then confirmed with the OK but-
ton.

6.11.3.2 Constant 1/Constant 0

Illustration 6-40 Function blocks constant 1 and constant 0

Function
The two function blocks continuously send a logical 0 and a logical TRUE respectively
to their outputs.

Logic table

Constant 0 Constant 1
Output Output
0 1

Configuration
The function block connections with the connection numbers attached to them appear
in the configuration dialog. Inputs are not possible.
The connection numbers 1 (on one input) and 2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has no connections made. These inputs are then confirmed with the OK but-
ton.

6.11.3.3 AND logic gate with inverted output

Illustration 6-41 Function block AND logic gate with inverting output

Function

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This AND logic gate inverts the output signal. Otherwise, the function is identical to the
standard AND logic gate.

Logic table

On 1 On 2 Off
0 0 1
0 1 1
1 0 1
1 1 0

Configuration
The function block connections with the connection numbers attached to them appear
in the configuration dialog. Inputs are not possible.
The connection numbers 1 (on one input) and 2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has no connections made. These inputs are then confirmed with the OK but-
ton.

6.11.3.4 AND logic gate with an inverting input

Illustration 6-42 Function blocks AND logic gate with inverting inputs

Function
These AND logic gates all have an inverting input. Because only the inverted input is
changed, only one function block is described here.

Logic table

On 1 On 2 Off
0 0 0
0 1 1
1 0 0
1 1 0

Configuration
The function block connections with the connection numbers attached to them appear
in the configuration dialog. Inputs are not possible.
The connection numbers 1 (on one input) and 2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has no connections made. These inputs are then confirmed with the OK but-
ton.

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6.11.3.5 AND logic gate

Illustration 6-43 Function blocks AND logic gate with varying input number

Function
The AND logic gates execute a logical AND interconnection on their inputs (left on the
function block). The result of this logical operation is available on the output (right on the
function block).
Therefore a logical TRUE appears on the output when all inputs are set to logical TRUE.
The AND logic gates shown above differ only in the number of inputs.

Logic table

On 1 On 2 Off
0 0 0
0 1 0
1 0 0
1 1 1

The logic table shown above shows as an example the function of the AND logic gate
with two inputs.

Configuration
The function block connections with the connection numbers attached to them appear
in the configuration dialog. Inputs are not possible.
The connection numbers 1 (on one input) and 2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has no connections made. These inputs are then confirmed with the OK but-
ton.

6.11.3.6 OR logic gate

Illustration 6-44 Function blocks OR logic gate with varying output numbers

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Function
The OR logic gates execute a logical OR interconnection of their inputs (left on the func-
tion block). The result of this logical operation is available on the output (right on the
function block).
Therefore a logical TRUE appears on the output when one of the inputs is set to logical
TRUE.
The OR logic gates shown above differ only in the number of inputs.

Logic table
The logic table shown below shows as an example the function of the OR logic gate with
two inputs.

On 1 On 2 Off
0 0 0
0 1 1
1 0 1
1 1 1

Configuration
The function block connections with the connection numbers attached to them appear
in the configuration dialog. Inputs are not possible.
The connection numbers 1 (on one input) and 2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has no connections made. These inputs are then confirmed with the OK but-
ton.

6.11.3.7 OR logic gate with inverting output

Illustration 6-45 Function block OR logic gate with inverting output (NOR
logic gate)

Function
This OR logic gate inverts the output signal. Otherwise, the function is identical to the
standard OR logic gate.

Logic table

On 1 On 2 Off
0 0 1
0 1 0
1 0 0
1 1 0

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Configuration
The function block connections with the connection numbers attached to them appear
in the configuration dialog. Inputs are not possible.
The connection numbers 1 (on one input) and 2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has no connections made. These inputs are then confirmed with the OK but-
ton.

6.11.4 Digital logic 2

The following chapters contain a description of the available function blocks in Menu
Drawing Menu/Insert/Digital Logic 2.

6.11.4.1 Exclusive OR logic gate

Illustration 6-46 Function block exclusive OR logic gate with varying input
number

Function
The exclusive OR logic gates execute a logical exclusive OR interconnection of their
inputs (left on the function block). The result of this logical operation is available at the
output (right on the function block).
Therefore a logical TRUE appears at the output when at least one of the inputs is set to
logical TRUE. In contrast to the OR logic gate, a logical 0 appears on the output if all
inputs are set to logical TRUE. The exclusive OR logic gates shown above differ only in
the number of inputs.

Logic table
The logic table shown below shows as an example the function of the exclusive OR logic
gate with two inputs.

On 1 On 2 Off
0 0 0
0 1 1
1 0 1
1 1 0

Configuration
The function block connections with the connection numbers attached to them appear
in the configuration dialog. Inputs are not possible.

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The connection numbers 1 (on one input) and 2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has no connections made. These inputs are then confirmed with the OK but-
ton.

6.11.4.2 Exclusive OR logic gates with inverting output

Illustration 6-47 Function block exclusive OR logic gate with inverting


output

Function
The exclusive OR logic gates with inverting output execute a logical exclusive OR inter-
connection of their inputs (left on the function block). The result of this logical operation
is available in inverted form at the output (right on the function block).
Therefore, a logical TRUE appears at the output if all inputs are set to logical 0 or logical
TRUE. In contrast to OR logic gates with inverting output, a logical TRUE appears at the
output if all inputs are set to logical TRUE.

Logic table
The logic table shown below shows as an example the function of the exclusive OR logic
gate with two inputs.

On 1 On 2 Off
0 0 1
0 1 0
1 0 0
1 1 1

Configuration
The function block connections with the connection numbers attached to them appear
in the configuration dialog. Inputs are not possible.
The connection numbers 1 (on one input) and 2 (on one output) appear if the function
block still has no connections made. These inputs are then confirmed with the OK but-
ton.

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7 Mounting, Installation,
Commissioning, Maintenance

7.1 Mounting and Installation

In this chapter you will find information:


• on what to do first on delivery of the SUE 3000
• the requirements for the installation location and the environmental conditions,
• how to set up the SUE 3000 and integrate it into the bay and
• how to check the wiring to run the commissioning process.

7.1.1 Unpacking

The SUE 3000 High speed Transfer Device does not require special shipping protec-
tion. The packaging is adapted for the shipping type and destination. Please proceed as
follows:
Visually inspect the unit and the packaging when unpacking it. Any shipping damage
found in the packaging or the unit should be reported immediately to the last shipper,
who should be informed in writing of liability for the damage.
Check the delivery for completeness using the order documentation. If there is anything
missing or any discrepancies with the order documentation, contact the ABB sales office
immediately.
Mount the unit as described in the following section. If the unit is not for immediate use,
store it in a suitable place in its original packaging.

7.1.2 Mounting

The SUE 3000 consists of two parts, a Central Unit and a separate Human Machine
Interface (HMI) as the Control Unit. The Central Unit contains the power supply, proces-
sor and analog and binary Input and Output (I/O) modules, as well as optional modules
for supplementary functions. The HMI Control Unit is a stand-alone unit with its own
power supply. It can be installed on the Low Voltage (LV) compartment door or in a ded-
icated compartment close to the Central Unit. The HMI is normally used to set the pro-
tection parameters and to locally operate the switching devices in the switchbay. An
isolated and shielded twisted pair according to the RS485 standard interface shall be
used for the connection of the HMI as the Control unit to the Central Unit.
The following table shows the data relevant for mounting.

Parameter Data Comment


Weight ...kg depending on the equipment
Installation type HMI: semiflush on the LV door
Central unit: in the LV compartment
Dimensions 229 x 244.8 x 261.5 (W x H X D)
Panel cutout 206 x 121 (W x H)

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7.1.2.1 Central unit

The central unit of the SUE 3000 can be incorporated into the low-voltage compartment
of a medium voltage switchboard, into an electronic frame or into any other suitable
switchboard. For this the following installation dimensions (without HMI) are to be
observed:

Illustration 7-1 Dimensional diagram of the central unit

It is important to ensure that the device is carefully earthed in order to achieve an opti-
mum EMC resistance (see Chap. 7.6 on page 141).

7.1.2.2 Remote HMI

The HMI (human machine interface) is to be placed in the front door of a compartment.
It needs a separate auxiliary voltage and a connection to the central unit via a serial
communication interface (RS485).

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Illustration 7-2 Dimensional diagram operational unit (HMI)

7.1.3 Set-up Area and Required Environmental Conditions

Please note the following information regarding the set-up area:


• Allow sufficient space for access to the.
• The connections must be easily accessible.
Access to the Central Unit in the LV compartment must be easy for the following rea-
sons:
• to replace the unit,
• to expand the unit,
• to replace specific electronic equipment boards and
• to replace specific modules if necessary.
Because the unit is sensitive to non-permitted severe environmental conditions, please
observe the following:
• The set-up area must be free of excessive air contamination (dust, aggressive
substances…).
• The natural air circulation around the unit must be free.
• The set-up area must maintain the specified environmental conditions.

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Illustration 7-3 SUE 3000 mounted in the LV compartment of a switchbay

7.2 Connection Diagram

7.2.1 Connector Plate

Illustration 7-4 SUE 3000 connector plate for the wide case mixed analog
input

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Conn. Description Type of connector plug


X10 Auxiliary voltage for power supply 3 pin Weidmueller female BLAT3BSNOR + fix-
ing set SLABB2RORSET
X20 Binary inputs of the 1st BIO Harting 09 06 000 9474, DIN 41612
X21 Binary outputs of the 1st BIO Harting 09 06 000 9474, DIN 41612
X30 Binary inputs of the 2nd BIO Harting 09 06 000 9474, DIN 41612
X31 Binary outputs of the 2nd BIO Harting 09 06 000 9474, DIN 41612
X40 Binary inputs of the 3rd BIO Harting 09 06 000 9474, DIN 41612
X41 Binary outputs of the 3rd BIO Harting 09 06 000 9474, DIN 41612
X50 Analog output Harting 09 06 000 9474, DIN 41612
X70 Ethernet interface 10 Mb/s RJ45
X71 CAN interface ISO11898 connector
X72 RS232 interface 9 pin D-sub connector male
X73 RS485 interface 9 pin D-sub connector male
X74 IRIG-B interface
X75 Fast I/O inputs (full version)
X76 Fast I/O outputs (full version)
X77 Fast I/O inputs (full version)
X80 Analog inputs (from CT and/or Connector kit Compel c/w 24 contacts
VT) - Short version code 350.040.902
- Long version code 350.040.903
Crimp any single contact with hand tool No
350.048.011

7.2.1.1 SPABUS connection (electrical)

Conn. Description Type of connector plug


X60 RS232 (modified) 9 pin D-sub connector male (z-modem)

Note
The RS232 connector, modified and galvanic isolated, can be applied to connect
to a LON/SPA gateway.

7.2.1.2 SPABUS connection (plastic fibre optical cable)

Conn. Description Type of connector plug


X60 TX (optical interface) Snap in HP HFBR 4501 (gray)
X61 RX (optical interface) Snap in HP HFBR 4511 (blue)

Warning
The cable length for SPABUS connection with plastic fiber optical cable should
not exceed 30 m

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7.2.1.3 SPABUS connection (glass fiber optical cable)

Conn. Description Type of connector plug


X60 TX (optical interface) ST plug HITRONIC ST-125
X61 RX (optical interface) ST plug HITRONIC ST-125

Warning
The cable length for SPABUS connection with glass fiber optical cable should not
exceed 1000 m

7.2.1.4 LON per LAG 1.4

Conn. Description Type of connector plug


X60 TX (optical interface) ST plug HITRONIC ST-125
X61 RX (optical interface) ST plug HITRONIC ST-125

Warning
The cable length for LON (per LAG 1.4) connection with glass fiber optical cable
should not exceed 2000 m

7.2.1.5 MODBUS RTU (electrical RS485)

Conn. Description Type of connector plug


X60 RS485 channel 1 2pin Weidmueller BLAT2BSNOR
X61 RS485 channel 2 2pin Weidmueller BLAT2BSNOR

Warning
To connect to the upper level automation system with MODBUS RTU a twisted
pair cable shall be used. If the cable is shielded, connect only one side of the
shield to the earth screw of the housing. The maximum baud rate is 115.000 bit/s.
The cable length should not exceed 130 m

7.2.1.6 MODBUS (glass fiber optical cable)

Conn. Description Type of connector plug


X62 RX channel 1 (optical interface) ST plug HP type HFBR *XS*
X63 TX channel 1 (optical interface) ST plug HP type HFBR *XS*
X64 RX channel 2 (optical interface) ST plug HP type HFBR *XS*
X65 TX channel 2 (optical interface) ST plug HP type HFBR *XS*

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Warning
The maximum baud rate is 115000 bit/s with glass fiber optical cable. Its length
should not exceed 2000 m

7.2.2 HMI Control Unit

Illustration 7-5 Power Supply and communication connection for HMI


Control Unit

Conn. Description Type of connector plug


X10 Auxiliary voltage for power supply 2 pin Weidmueller BLAT2BSNOR
X20 RS485 interface to Central Unit 9 pin male D-sub connector

7.3 Wiring the SUE 3000

Follow the documentation supplied for the wiring.


In conclusion, the checks described in the following paragraphs can be done to ensure
that the wiring is correctly installed.

7.3.1 Checking the current transformer circuits

To check that the current transformer and the current transformer circuits are wired cor-
rectly, run the following checks:
Polarity check The polarity check (as close as possible to the SUE 3000) is used to
check the current circuit and also the installation position and the polarity of the trans-
ducer. The polarity of the transducers to one another can also be checked with load cur-
rent.
Current feed with heavy current source (primary test instrument). The current feed pro-
vides information on the transducer transformation and the correct wiring to the
SUE 3000. The power supply should be per conductor and run from conductor to con-
ductor in each case. All line currents and the residual current should be checked here.
The transducer transformation can also be checked with load current.

Recording the magnetizing characteristic


Recording the magnetizing characteristic ensures that the SUE 3000 is connected to a
protective core and not to a measuring core.

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Checking the transducer circuit ground


Every independent current circuit may be grounded at only one point to prevent balanc-
ing currents resulting from potential differences.

Check the grounding of the cable current transformer (when used)


If the neutral current is measured by a cable current transformer, the cable shielding
should first be returned through the cable current transformer before connecting it to the
ground.
This enables weak ground faults currents that flow along the cable sheath to dissipate.
In this way, they will not be incorrectly measured at their own relay feeder. The following
shows another view of the cable current transformer grounding.

Illustration 7-6 Grounding of a cable current transformer

7.3.2 Check the voltage transformer circuits

To check that the voltage transformer and the voltage transformer circuits are wired cor-
rectly, run the following checks:
• Polarity check
• Wiring check
• Check the transformer circuit grounding
Check the voltage transformer for neutral point-ground voltage (when used). To mea-
sure ground faults please proceed as follows: The voltage is referred to as neutral point-
ground voltage of a ground fault measurement when it occurs with a metallic ground
fault in the network between terminals „e“ and „n“ of the open delta winding.
In the event of a metallic ground fault in phase L1, the external phase-to-neutral voltages
occur in phases L2 and L3 instead of the conductor-ground voltages. They are added
geometrically and yield three times the amplitude between terminals „e“ and „n“.

7.3.3 Checking the auxiliary voltage

The auxiliary voltage must be in the tolerance range of the power supply module and
have the proper polarity under all operating conditions.

7.3.4 Check the tripping and signaling contacts

Conduct this check as shown in the bay documentation.

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7.3.5 Check the binary inputs

Check the polarity and the voltage value of the binary inputs on the SUE 3000 in accor-
dance with the technical data of the binary inputs.

7.4 Grounding of the SUE 3000

As can be seen in the following figure, the power supply board at connector X10 must
be grounded to the housing. Therefore the middle pin must be connected to the ground-
ing point in the LV compartment. Beside that, the shielding of the cable connection to
the HMI control unit must also be connected to ground respectively to the housing.

Illustration 7-7 Grounding of the SUE 3000 Central Unit housing

To ensure the EMC (Electro-Magnetic Compatibility) the housing must be grounded by


a low impedance galvanic connection to the grounding system. As it is shown in the fig-
ure, an appropriate cable connection, which is fixed from a specific screw on the housing
to the grounding system in the LV compartment, must be foreseen. That is why an inter-
weaving cable is used for the grounding connection. If, due to the installation construc-
tion, the low impedance connection from the housing to the grounding system is already
given, the additional grounding connection by the interweaving cable can be abstain
from.
The housing of the HMI Local Control Unit must also be grounded too. As can be seen
in the next figure, a specific grounding cable is to be connected from the housing of the
HMI Local Control Unit to the grounding system in the LV compartment.

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Illustration 7-8 Grounding of the SUE 3000 HMI Local Control Unit

7.5 SUE 3000 in a control cubicle

In case the SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device is delivered in a cubicle, all of the
required auxiliary systems, terminals, redundant voltage feeders, diode decoupling
(optional) etc. are assembled in one stable sheet metal electronic cubicle (see Illustra-
tion 7-9 on page 141).
The High Speed Transfer Device housed in a control cubicle is supplied factory-built and
routinely check-tested.
Assembly work is reduced to the setting up and connecting of the cubicle.
The cubicle must be firmly screwed to a base frame or welded to it, corresponding to on-
site conditions. Only then an optimum stability and operational safety can be ensured. If
the cubicle is equipped with a swing frame there exists otherwise the danger of tipping
over.
Connection takes place by means of cable leads from below to the terminals in the cab-
inet. The High Speed Transfer Device is equipped with disconnect terminals as standard
equipment in order to make complete disconnection possible for cabling testing.

7.5.1 Mechanical construction

The control cubicle has as standard dimensions (WxDxH) 800x600x2200 mm. Other
dimensions can be realized if desired.
The standard color is RAL 7032 (pebble grey).
The standard model of the electronic cubicle includes a door on the front side, in which
the HMI is integrated. Other variants are possible.
Special colors or unusual designs such as tropicalizing, stability against earth-quakes
(special primer, color intensity, heating, etc.) are possible where desired.
The cabinet weight with max. construction with 2 SUE 3000s amounts to around 200 kg.

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Illustration 7-9 Control cubicle with SUE 3000

7.6 EMC concept

The ABB SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device complies with all important national
and international EMC regulations (see in this connection also Chap. 9 on page 155).
This ensures that the SUE 3000 exhibits an optimum stability with respect to its area of
utilization against electromagnetic disturbances, in order to make reliable and uninter-
rupted operation possible.
Furthermore, the electromagnetic interference emission of the SUE 3000 is limited to
such a degree that operation of radio and telecommunications devices in compliance
with regulations is possible in its proximity.
A large number of preliminary design measures for this purpose were carried out for the
achievement of a high degree of interference resistance, such as for example a com-
plete galvanic decoupling, shielding, earthing and complex protective wiring.

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7.7 Commissioning

It is recommended that the commissioning of the model SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer
Device has to be carried out by a commissioning engineer from ABB who has special-
ized in these tasks.
The commissioning consists of a „cold“ preliminary test and of what is referred to as a
„hot commissioning“ involving transfer tests performed under load.

7.7.1 Preliminary test („cold commissioning“)

In the course of the preliminary test, the interaction of the High Speed Transfer Device
with the system components in communication with it is tested. For this purpose, the
busbars to be switched over must be cleared (without load) and the circuit breakers
involved must be able to operate.
The ideal situation is when at least one of the feeders is already voltage-bearing. When
this is the case, then the respective circuit breaker can also be switched in test position
and the missing measuring voltage of the busbar and of the other feeder (if required)
can be simulated by corresponding bridges within the High Speed Transfer Device.
During the course of an optimally-staged preliminary test, all interfaces to other installa-
tions within the system are checked through and the error-free functioning of the High
Speed Transfer Device is proved. This procedural method offers the greatest possible
degree of dependability to the later „hot“ commissioning involving transfer tests under
load. Furthermore, this eliminates delays caused by searching for errors in the cabling
or among the installations communicating with the SUE 3000 during the time frames for
the transfer tests, which are often very narrow, due to the nature of the process.

7.7.2 Transfer tests with load („hot commissioning“)

The performance of transfer tests with oscillographic measurements with loads approx-
imating reality on the busbars to be switched over is recommended as the final measur-
ing for commissioning of the High Speed Transfer Device.
These tests serve the checking and documentation of the project-specific configuration.
Additional important transfer parameters such as transfer duration, current-free transfer
time, start-up current, voltage drop with the connection, etc. can be determined and
evaluated from the transfer tests.
The following transfer tests are carried out, for example, during the „hot“ commissioning:

1. Decoupling in the direction 1→2 (1→BB) (simulated failure to open CB 1)


2. Fast transfer in the direction 1→2 (1→BB)
3. Decoupling in the direction 2→1 (BB→1) (simulated failure to open CB 2)
4. Fast transfer in the direction 2→1 (BB→1)
5. Residual voltage-dependent transfer in the direction 1→2 (1→BB)
6. Transfer at 1st phase coincidence in the direction 1→2 (1→BB)
7. Protection-triggered fast transfer in the direction 1→2 (1→BB)

For a 3-breaker-configuration the following additional transfers will be carried out:


8. Decoupling in the direction 2→BB (simulated failure to open CB 2)
9. Fast transfer in the direction 2→BB
10. Decoupling in the direction BB→2 (simulated failure to open CB BB)
11. Fast transfer in the direction BB→2

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12. Residual voltage-dependent transfer in the direction 2→BB


13. Transfer at 1st phase coincidence in the direction 2→BB
14. Protection-triggered fast transfer in the direction 2→BB

The exact transfer program, however, will be determined taking into account the entirety
of the installation-specific conditions.
A commissioning report will be submitted, based on the transfer tests performed, in
which the oscillographic measurements undertaken will be evaluated in detail and all
important parameters of the transfer tests will be summarized in clear fashion.

7.8 Maintenance

The SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device consists exclusively of electronic and elec-
tromechanical components which are fundamentally maintenance-free.
A reliable monitoring of the relevant interfaces exists through the permanent continuity
check of the circuit breaker control circuits, even when the system spends long periods
out of operation.
The parameterization is securely stored in Flash RAMs, so that there is no danger in
terms of data loss, even in connection with extended breakdowns of the distribution volt-
age.

7.8.1 Spare parts

The following spare parts should be available, at a minimum of one each, in order to
make possible a short-term continued operation of the High Speed Transfer Device
even with a breakdown of an electronic functional group:

No. Designation Identification No.


1 Mainboard - Basic version 1VCF751021R0802
or
Mainboard - Full version (for HSTS with FDI/VS) 1VCF751021R0801
2 Power Supply 4.1 - Wide range Voltage 1VCF750168R0802
3 Binary I/O2 - Standard 1VCF701839R0801
or
Static I/O 1VCF701952R0801
4 Analog Input Transformers version 1VCF750170R0819
3 CT, 3 VT,1 CT,1 VT
5 HMI cable - 2.5 m 1VCF750142R0817
or or
HMI cable - 3.5 m 1VCF750142R0818
or or
HMI cable - 4.5 m 1VCF750142R0819
6 HMI - 110..220V - SUE3000 1VCF750090R0804
or or
HMI - 48..110V - SUE3000 1VCF750090R0803
7 Housing - Wide version 1VCF750102R0801
8 Backplane - Wide version 1VCF750141R0801
9 Connector Panel CT/VT - Wide version 1VCF750099R0002

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Depending on the design of the High Speed Transfer Device, especially of the imple-
mented communication components the subsequent specified apparatus as additional
spare parts are required:

No. Designation Identification No.


10 Analog Output board 4..20 mA 1VCF750237R0801
11 COM-L (LON - LAG 1.4) 1VCF750071R0801
12 SPABUS Plastic Fiber version 1VCF701842R0801
13 SPABUS Glass Fiber with SMA connectors version 1VCF701842R0802
14 SPABUS Glass Fiber with ST connectors version 1VCF701842R0803
15 MOD-BUS RTU / SPAbus RS485 version 1VCF750079R0801
16 MOD-BUS RTU / SPAbus Fiber Optic version 1VCF750079R0802
17 Hand Tool Crimper for Binary I/O crimp contacts
18 Hand Tool Crimper for Analog Input crimp contacts
19 Not programmed Dallas i-button keys 1VCF750193R0803
20 Harting Contacts in reel (2500 pcs.)

7.8.2 SUE 3000 with mechanical binary I/O (Version 2)

The SUE 3000 can only be delivered with binary I/O version 2. Extension up to two addi-
tional mechanical binary I/O version 2 (BIO2) possible. Other configurations of the ana-
log input board available, e.g. mixed configuration for input transformers and sensors
connection.

Note
Please connect the right polarity on binary output BO01 to BO03!

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-X20: -X30: -X40:


d02 + d02 + d02 +
z02 - BI01 z02 - BI15 z02 - BI29
d04 + d04 + d04 +
z04 - BI02 z04 - BI16 z04 - BI30
d06 + d06 + d06 +
z06 - BI03 z06 - BI17 z06 - BI31
d08 + d08 + d08 +
z08 - BI04 z08 - BI18 z08 - BI32
d10 + d10 + d10 +
z10 - BI05 z10 - BI19 z10 - BI33
d12 + d12 + d12 +
z12 - BI06 z12 - BI20 z12 - BI34
d14 + d14 + d14 +
z14 - BI07 z14 - BI21 z14 - BI35
d16 + d16 + d16 +
z16 - BI08 z16 - BI22 z16 - BI36
d18 + d18 + d18 +
z18 - BI09 z18 - BI23 z18 - BI37
d20 + d20 + d20 +
z20 - BI10 z20 - BI24 z20 - BI38
d22 + d22 + d22 +
z22 - BI11 z22 - BI25 z22 - BI39
d24 + d24 + d24 +
z24 - BI12 z24 - BI26 z24 - BI40
d26 + d26 + d26 +
z26 - BI13 z26 - BI27 z26 - BI41
d28 + d28 + d28 +
z28 - BI14 z28 - BI28 z28 - BI42

Illustration 7-10 Connection diagram of the binary inputs of 3 conventional


I/O boards (BIO2)

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-X21: -X31: -X41:


+ z02 +
z02 +
z02
BO01 z04 BO09 z04 BO17 z04
- d02 - d02 - d02

d04 d04 d04


+ z06 + z06 + z06
BO02 z08 BO10 z08 BO18 z08
- d06 - d06 - d06

d08 d08 d08


d10 d10 d10
BO03 d12 BO11 d12 BO19 d12
z10 z10 z10
z12 z12 z12
d14 d14 d14
BO04 d16 BO12 d16 BO20 d16
z14 z14 z14
z16 z16 z16
d18 d18 d18
BO06 BO05 BO14 BO13 BO22 BO21
d20 d20 d20
d22 d22 d22
z18 z18 z18
z22 z22 z22

z20 z20 z20


d24 d24 d24
BO07 z24 BO15 z24 BO23 z24
z26 z26 z26
z28 z28 z28
BO08 d26 BO16 d26 BO24 d26
d28 d28 d28
d30 d30 d30
WD1 z30 WD2 z30 WD3 z30
z32 z32 z32
Illustration 7-11 Connection diagram of the binary outputs of 3
conventional I/O boards (BIO2)

7.8.3 SUE 3000 with solid state binary I/O

Example of SUE 3000 base version for sensor connection with one solid state binary
I/O. Extension up to two additional solid state binary I/O possible. Other configurations
of the analog input board available, e.g. mixed configuration for input transformers and
sensors connection.

Note
Please connect the right polarity!

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-X20: -X30: -X40:


d02 + d02 + d02 +
z02 - BI01 z02 - BI15 z02 - BI29
d04 + d04 + d04 +
z04 - BI02 z04 - BI16 z04 - BI30
d06 + d06 + d06 +
z06 - BI03 z06 - BI17 z06 - BI31
d08 + d08 + d08 +
z08 - BI04 z08 - BI18 z08 - BI32
d10 + d10 + d10 +
z10 - BI05 z10 - BI19 z10 - BI33
d12 + d12 + d12 +
z12 - BI06 z12 - BI20 z12 - BI34
d14 + d14 + d14 +
z14 - BI07 z14 - BI21 z14 - BI35
d16 + d16 + d16 +
z16 - BI08 z16 - BI22 z16 - BI36
d18 + d18 + d18 +
z18 - BI09 z18 - BI23 z18 - BI37
d20 + d20 + d20 +
z20 - BI10 z20 - BI24 z20 - BI38
d22 + d22 + d22 +
z22 - BI11 z22 - BI25 z22 - BI39
d24 + d24 + d24 +
z24 - BI12 z24 - BI26 z24 - BI40
d26 + d26 + d26 +
z26 - BI13 z26 - BI27 z26 - BI41
d28 + d28 + d28 +
z28 - BI14 z28 - BI28 z28 - BI42

Illustration 7-12 Connection diagram of the binary inputs of 3 solid state IO


boards

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-X21: -X31: -X41:

+ d02 + d02 + d02


BO01 d04 BO10 d04 BO19 d04

- z02 - z02 - z02


z04 z04 z04

+ d06 + d06 + d06


BO02 d08 BO11 d08 BO20 d08

- z06 - z06 - z06


z08 z08 z08
+ d10 + d10 + d10
BO07 BO16 BO25
- z10 - z10 - z10
z12 z12 z12
+ d18 + d18 + d18
BO03 BO12 BO21
d20 d20 d20
BO05 d22 BO14 d22 BO23 d22
BO04 + BO13 + BO22 +
z20 z20 z20
BO06 + BO15 + BO24 +
z22 z22 z22
z18 z18 z18
+ + +
d24 d24 d24
BO08 BO17 BO26
z26 z26 z26
+ + +
z28 z28 z28
BO09 BO18 BO27
d28 d28 d28
+ + +
d30 d30 d30
WD1 WD2 WD3
z32 z32 z32

Illustration 7-13 Connection diagram of the binary outputs of 3 solid state


IO boards

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8 Alarms and events

Experience shows that determination of the causes of transferring errors is not easy,
because of the large number of external installations taking part in the transfers.
ABB's many years of experience in the commissioning, maintenance and service of
High Speed Transfer Devices have shown that the source of error for unsuccessful
transfers is only rarely to be found within the High Speed Transfer Device itself. Errors
occur far more frequently at interfaces and with external installations.
Whereas the installations actively affecting the High Speed Transfer Device (such as,
for example, protective devices, process control systems) often generate and store their
own signal and error protocols, the tracking of errors within the switchgear assembly
often proves difficult, because the causes are often of a mechanical nature.
For the reasons mentioned, the SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device is provided with
4 alarm pages and an event page, which signal a series of characteristic external faults
and conditions which could occur during operation.

8.1 Alarms

8.1.1 Alarmpage 1

Auto
Reset
Page/ Alarm
after
Alarmtext Description LED Color ackn. at
Fault
No. HMI?
clear-
ance
Alarm Common indication, if an alarm is 1/1 Red Ξ
active, which leads to „Not Ready“
which inhibits "Transfer possible"

no Alarm No alarm active, Transfer device in Green


service
CB Fault A fault occurred on one of the circuit 1/2 Red X
breakers. The fault is specified in a
more detailed way on alarm page 2 -
4
Overcurrent The inputs "I> blocking1" or "I> 1/3 Red X
activation Blocking 2" are have been or are
active. This lead to a blocking of the
HSTD.The blocking could be Reset
manually.
Block. Decou- If during a transfer a breaker to open 1/4 Red X
pling fails, the just closed breaker will be
reopened and the SUE 3000 is
blocked.The blocking could be Reset
manually.

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Auto
Reset
Page/ Alarm
after
Alarmtext Description LED Color ackn. at
Fault
No. HMI?
clear-
ance
Overcurrent The inputs "I> Start" or "I> Start2" 1/5 Red X
Start are activated inhibiting an initiation of
the SUE 3000
Transfer not Transfer could not be performed due 1/6 Red X
possible to missing prerequisites e.g.CB posi-
tion antivalency check of position
indication etc.
External Block- "Block Transfer 1→2" in direction 1/7 Red X
ing 1→2 or "Block Transfer 2→1" in
direction 2→1 are active
U Standby < U Standby voltage is below the preset 1/8 Red X
level

8.1.2 Alarmpage 2

Auto
Reset
Page/ Alarm
after
Alarmtext Description LED Color ackn. at
Fault
No. HMI?
clear-
ance
CB 1 no defi- No definite position indication of 2/1 Red X
nite position CB 1
CB 1 command Command is issued to CB 1, but CB 2/2 Red X
doesn't move.
CB 1 operating The preset making time was failed 2/3 Red X
time violation significantly. (important for 1st
phase coincidence transfer)
CB 1 coil error Direction 1→2: Opening coil 2/4 Red X
Direction 2→1: Close coil

8.1.3 Alarmpage 3

Auto
Reset
Page/ Alarm
after
Alarmtext Description LED Color ackn. at
Fault
No. HMI?
clear-
ance
CB 2 no defi- No definite position indication of 3/1 Red X
nite position CB 2

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Auto
Reset
Page/ Alarm
after
Alarmtext Description LED Color ackn. at
Fault
No. HMI?
clear-
ance
CB 2 command Command is issued to CB 2, but CB 3/2 Red X
doesn't move.
CB 2 operating The preset making time (important 3/3 Red X
time violation for 1st phase coincidence transfer)
was failed significantly.
CB 2 coil error Direction 1→2: Opening coil 3/4 Red X
Direction 2→1: Close coil

8.1.4 Alarmpage 4

Auto
Reset
Page/ Alarm
after
Alarmtext Description LED Color ackn. at
Fault
No. HMI?
clear-
ance
CB BB no defi- No definite position indication of CB 4/1 Red X
nite position busbar
CB BB com- Command is issued to CB busbar, 4/2 Red X
mand but CB doesn't move.
CB BB operat- The preset making time (important 4/3 Red X
ing time viola- for 1st phase coincidence transfer)
tion was failed significantly.
CB BB coil Direction 1→BB (2→BB): Close coil 4/4 Red X
error Direction BB→1 (BB→2): Open coil

8.2 Events

SUE 3000 Events Description


Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Undervoltage initiation feeder 1
Undervoltage Feeder 1 Start
Start Net1 L12 = Start time
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Undervoltage initiation feeder 1
Undervoltage Feeder 1 Trip
Trip Net1 = Trip time
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Undervoltage initiation feeder 2
Undervoltage Feeder 2 Start
Start Net1 L13 = Start time
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Undervoltage initiation feeder 2
Undervoltage Feeder 2 Trip
Trip Net1 = Trip time

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Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Open bypass: If the protective
SUE 3000 open circuit of feeder CB 1 is not
CB 1 open bypass Trip time to be looped directly onto the cir-
cuit breaker, but rather via the
SUE 3000, then this function rep-
resents a bypass around the SUE
3000-internal interlocking for
switching commands. Even if the
SUE 3000 is in the „Not Ready“
status, CB 1 is switched off imme-
diately on occurrence of the
Protection1 signal. If the transfer
device is ready, then a transfer
will be executed.
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Open bypass CB 2
SUE 3000
CB 1 open bypass Trip time
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Open Bypass CB 1 failed (no
SUE 3000 opening of the CB)
CB 1 open bypass failed
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Open Bypass CB 2 failed (no
SUE 3000 opening of the CB)
CB 2 open bypass failed
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Transfer direction 1→2 (1→BB)
SUE 3000 was not successful (CB 1 not
Transfer direction 1->2 failed opened or CB 2 (CB BB) not
closed)
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Transfer direction 1→2 (1→BB)
SUE 3000 was not successful (CB 2 not
Transfer direction 2->1 failed opened or CB 1 (CB BB) not
closed)
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Due to a making error of the CB to
SUE 3000 close a decoupling was pro-
CB 1 Decoupling cessed by re-opening the just
closed CB 1
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Due to a making error of the CB to
SUE 3000 close a decoupling was pro-
CB 2 Decoupling cessed by re-opening the just
closed CB 2
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Due to a making error of the CB to
SUE 3000 close a decoupling was pro-
CB BB Decoupling cessed by re-opening the just
closed CB BB
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS If the decoupling (re-opening) of
SUE 3000 CB 1 failed, this event is gener-
CB 1 decoupling failed ated
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS If the decoupling (re-opening) of
SUE 3000 CB 2 failed, this event is gener-
CB 2 decoupling failed ated
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS If the decoupling (re-opening) of
SUE 3000 CB BB failed, this event is gener-
CB BB decoupling failed ated
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Successful fast transfer dir. 1→2
SUE 3000 (1→BB) was performed.
Fast transfer 1 ->2 transfer time

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Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Successful fast transfer dir. 2→1
SUE 3000 (BB→1) was performed.
Fast transfer 2 ->1 Transfer time
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Successful transfer at 1st phase
SUE 3000 coincidence dir. 1→2 (1→BB) was
Beat transfer 1->2 Transfer time performed.
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Successful transfer at 1st phase
SUE 3000 coincidence dir. 2→1 (BB→1) was
Beat transfer 2->1 Transfer time performed.
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Successful residual voltage trans-
SUE 3000 fer dir. 1→2 (1→BB) was per-
Resid voltg. transfer 1 ->2 Transfer time formed.
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Successful residual voltage trans-
SUE 3000 fer dir. 2→1 (BB→1) was per-
Resid voltg. transfer 1 ->2 Transfer time formed.
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Successful residual voltage trans-
SUE 3000 fer dir. 1→2 (1-→B) was per-
Time dep. transfer 1 ->2 Transfer time formed.
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Successful residual voltage trans-
SUE 3000 fer dir. 2→1 (BB→1) was per-
Time dep. transfer 2 ->1 Transfer time formed.
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Successful transfer in make-
SUE 3000 before-break-mode dir. 1→2 was
Make-before break 1 -> 2 Transfer time performed
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Successful transfer in make-
SUE 3000 before-break-mode dir. 2→1 was
Make-before break 2 -> 1 Transfer time performed
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Make-before-break-transfer dir.
SUE 3000 1→2 was not successful
Make-before break 1 -> 2 failed
Timestamp internal clock YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Make-before-break-transfer dir.
SUE 3000 2→1 was not successful
Make-before break 2 -> 1 failed

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9 Technical data

9.1 Response time

Response time is the time between protective initiation of the High Speed Transfer
Device SUE 3000 and the command being issued to the circuit breakers involved.

Response time with mechanical relays (BIO < 11 ms


2 I/O board))
Response time with solid state I/O-boards < 2 ms

9.2 Analogue inputs

9.2.1 With current and voltage transformer

Rated current IN 1 A or 5 A
Rated voltage UN 100 V ... 125 V AC
Rated frequency fN 50 Hz / 60 Hz

9.2.2 Thermal load capacity

Current path 250 IN (peak value)


100 IN (dyn.) for 1 s,
4 IN continuous
Voltage path 2 UN / √3 continuous

9.2.3 Consumption

Current path ≤ 0.1 VA at IN


Voltage path ≤ 0.25 VA at UN

9.2.4 Exactitudes of measured values

Measurement categories 1% (phase current, phase


voltage)

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Calculated values 2% (Energy, power rating)


Protection functions 3%

9.3 Binary in- and outputs

In order to achieve the operations of the primary equipment and establish conventional
(parallel) communication, the SUE 3000 is equipped with binary I/O boards.
The inputs of the binary signals are isolated by an optocoupler. Each input has a mini-
mum fixed filter time of 1 ms. In most applications, binary outputs are implemented with
mechanical relays. However, in high level applications, for which the mechanical relays
don’t offer sufficiently fast operating time, static power outputs could be installed. A max-
imum of 3 binary I/O boards can be installed.
Each binary in- and output card provides the following amount of in- and outputs:

9.3.1 Binary I/O board with mechanical relays (BIO2)

Number of Inputs 14 per board


Input voltage 48 … 265 V DC (Thresh-
old 35 V DC)
Number of power outputs 5 per board
Operating voltage 265 V DC or 250 V AC
Making current 20 A (peak)
Load current 12 A
Breaking current 6A
Breaking capacity 300 W for max. 100 ms
(L/R < 15 ms)
Number of signal outputs 2 per board
Operating voltage 220 V DC or 250 V AC
Max. current 2A
Number of watchdog relays 1 per board
Operating voltage 220 V DC or 250 V AC
Max. current 2A
Total inputs 14 per board
Total outputs 8 per board
(7 freely configurable)
Number of power outputs with coil su-pervi- 2
sion (Coil OK if RCoil < 10 kΩ)

9.3.2 Binary I/O module with static relays

Number of Inputs 14 per board


Input voltage 48 … 265 V DC
(Threshold 35 V DC)

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Number of power outputs 2 per board


Operating voltage 48 … 265 V DC
Making current 70 A (t ≤ 10 ms)
Load current 12 A (t ≤ 30 s)
Number of other power outputs 4 per board
Operating voltage 48 … 265 V DC
Making current 16 A (t ≤ 10 ms)
Load current 10 A (t ≤ 30 s)
Number of signal outputs 2 per board
Operating voltage 48 … 265 V DC
Making current 1 A (t ≤ 10 ms)
Load current 0.3 A (t ≤ 30 s)
Number of watchdog outputs (WD) 1 per board
Operating voltage 48 … 265 V DC
Max. current 0.3 A
Total inputs 14 per board
Total outputs 9 per board
(8 freely configurable)
Number of power outputs with coil su-pervi- 2
sion (Coil OK if RCoil < 10 kΩ)

9.4 Communication Interfaces

9.4.1 HMI Control Unit

• Optical/electrical standard interface RS 232 to the Notebook PC (at the front)


• Electrical isolated standard interface RS 485 to the Central Unit (at the rear)

9.4.2 Central Unit

• Electrical isolated standard interface RS 485 to the HMI


• Electrical standard service interface RS 232 for updating the firmware
• Optical IRIG interface for real time synchronization

9.5 Analog input board (optional)

• Six channel 0 … 20 mA or 4 … 20 mA

9.6 Analog output board (optional)

• Four channel 0 … 20 mA or 4 … 20 mA

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9.7 Communication to a station automation system


(optional)

• SPABUS, electrical RS 232 or optical plastic fiber interface with snap-in type con-
nector or glass fiber (multi mode) with F-SMA or ST connectors.
• LON (according to ABB LAG 1.4), glass fiber (multi mode) optical interface with
ST connectors
• MODBUS RTU/SPA-Bus, electrical interface with two galvanically insulated SPA-
Bus RS 485 ports or optical interface with four standard ST connec-tor for glass
fiber (multi mode).
• Ethernet interfaceStandard RJ45 connector on the main module
• CAN Open (optional) open style connector compliant with CAN Open standard
and ISO 11898
• Profibus DP, electrical RS 485 interface (with converter)

9.8 Power supply

9.8.1 Central Unit

Rated voltage 110 V DC (-30%, +10%)


or
220 V DC (-30%, +10%) or
48 … 220 V DC
(-15%, +10%)
Power consumption ≤ 30 W
(with 2 BIO boards)
Inrush current ≤ 10 A peak value for 200
ms
Admissible ripple < 10%

9.8.2 HMI Control Unit

Rated voltage 48 … 110 V DC


(-15%, +10%)
or
110 … 220 V DC
(-15%, +10%)
Power consumption ≤6W
Admissible ripple < 10%

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9.9 Environmental conditions

Ambient operation temperature -10 ... +55°C


Ambient transport and storage temperature -25 ... +70°C
Ambient humidity Up to 95% without conden-
sation
Altitude < 1000 m a.s.l.

9.10 Protection degree

9.10.1 Central Unit

Case IP20

9.10.2 HMI Control Unit

Front IP44
Rear IP20

9.11 Typetests

All relevant typetests acc. to IEC 60255, EN 61000 respective acc. to new standard
EN 50263 were carried out.

9.12 EMC

• Interference suppression acc. to EN 55022 respectively IEC CISPR 11, Group 1


• Immunity to electrostatic discharge acc. to IEC 61000-4-2, level 3
• Immunity to radiated electromagnetic energy acc. to IEC 61000-4-3, level 3
• Electrical fast transient or burst acc. to IEC 61000-4-4, level 3
• Surge immunity tests acc. to IEC 61000-4-5, level 3
• Immunity to conducted disturbances induced by radio frequency fields acc. to
IEC 61000-4-6, level 3
• Power frequency magnetic field immunity acc. to IEC 61000-4-8, level 5
• Pulse magnetic field immunity acc. to IEC 61000-4-9, level 5
• Damped oscillatory magnetic field immunity acc. to IEC 61000-4-10, level 5
• Oscillatory waves immunity acc. to IEC 61000-4-12, level 3
• Oscillatory waves immunity in the range from 0 to 150 kHz acc. to IEC 61000-4-

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16, level 3
• Ripple on DC input power port immunity acc. to IEC 61000-4-17, level 3
• Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations on DC input power ports
per IEC 61000-4-29, 50 ms.

9.13 Isolation

• Voltage test acc. to IEC 60255-5 with 2 kV RMS, 50 Hz during 1min


• Impulse voltage withstand test acc. to IEC 60255-5 with 5 kV 1,2/50 µs.

9.14 Mechanical properties

• Vibration test acc. to IEC 60255-21-1


• Shock response and withstand test per IEC 60068-2-2
• Earthquake test acc. to IEC 60068-2-30

9.15 Environmental conditions

• Cold test acc. to IEC 60068-2-1


• Dry heat test acc. to IEC 60068-2-2
• Damp Heat and Cycling test acc. to IEC 60068-2-30

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10 Closing remarks

The concept of the SUE 3000 High Speed Transfer Device represents the sum total of
around 50 years of ABB's experience in developing and supplying High Speed Transfer
Devices. Since 1954, around 1700 systems have been delivered in appr. 50 countries.
The device represents a determined developmental step for the ABB High Speed Trans-
fer Device in the direction of operating ease and modernity in the field of numerical pro-
tective relays.
It is above all the possibility of supplying the device without a steel-sheet cubicle which
makes it possible to offer an even more economical and flexible utilisation.
In order that we continue to be able to develop and supply outstanding products, in
which as many customer wishes are taken into consideration as possible, we expressly
welcome all comments and suggestions for improvements.

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Illustration 2-1 Busbar with two feeders 12


Illustration 2-2 Busbar with two feeders and one busbar coupling 13
Illustration 3-1 Block diagram of the SUE 3000 central unit 15
Illustration 3-2 Central unit and operating unit (HMI) of the SUE 3000 16
Illustration 3-3 Control unit of the SUE 3000 17
Illustration 4-1 Status display of the circuit breakers 20
Illustration 4-2 Oscillogram of a fast transfer 29
Illustration 4-3 Vector diagram of a transfer at 1st phase coincidence 30
Illustration 4-4 Oscillogram of a transfer at 1st phase coincidence 31
Illustration 4-5 Oscillogram of a residual voltage-dependent transfer 32
Illustration 5-1 Operating elements (HMI) of the High Speed Transfer Device SUE 3000 38
Illustration 5-2 LC display of SUE 3000 with SLD view and the SUE page 38
Illustration 5-3 SUE page with all important information 42
Illustration 5-4 Navigation to menu page 43
Illustration 5-5 Command page 44
Illustration 5-6 Changing the control operation mode by using the control key 45
Illustration 5-7 Changing the protection operation mode by using the protection key 46
Illustration 5-8 Display of alarm pages 48
Illustration 5-9 Display of measurement page 48
Illustration 5-10 Information at resetting in wrong control mode 49
Illustration 5-11 Information at resetting in right control mode 49
Illustration 5-12 Display of events after switching 50
Illustration 5-13 Viewing the installed protection functions 51
Illustration 5-14 Unit right screen after protection parameters modification 52
Illustration 5-15 Control parameter page 53
Illustration 5-16 Menu service page 53
Illustration 5-17 Display of the submenu Statistics 54
Illustration 5-18 Display of the submenu Versions 54
Illustration 5-19 Display of the communication address 55
Illustration 5-20 Menu for adjusting the LCD contrast 55
Illustration 5-21 Menu for adjusting the internal clock of the SUE 3000 56

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Illustration 5-22 Display of the test page for the control unit 56
Illustration 5-23 Carrying out the LCD Test 57
Illustration 5-24 Display of the test page for the LED test 57
Illustration 5-25 Display of the test page for the buttons test 58
Illustration 5-26 Display of the test page for the tests carried out of the control unit 58
Illustration 5-27 Menu for testing primary switching devices 59
Illustration 5-28 Interface cable between RHMI and local PC 60
Illustration 6-1 Core Function component (HSTD-object) of the SUE 3000 67
Illustration 6-2 General parameter window 71
Illustration 6-3 Parameter window circuit breaker 72
Illustration 6-4 Parameter window control 73
Illustration 6-5 Monitoring parameter window 74
Illustration 6-6 Parameter window times 76
Illustration 6-7 Parameter window analogue values 77
Illustration 6-8 U<-function component 79
Illustration 6-9 Configuration of the fault recorder 81
Illustration 6-10 Graphic display of fault record data with the WINEVE® program 82
Illustration 6-11 Dialog window for exporting fault records 83
Illustration 6-12 Dialog window for setting the fault record defaults 84
Illustration 6-13 Dialog windows for displaying the status of the analog inputs or outputs 85
Illustration 6-14 Dialog window for displaying the operational measured values 86
Illustration 6-15 Configuration dialog for the continuous measured value scan 87
Illustration 6-16 Configuration dialog for a connection 90
Illustration 6-17 Configuration dialog to assign the measurement values of the LED bars 97
Illustration 6-18 Dialog drawing menu/Utilities/protection functions… 101
Illustration 6-19 Function block indication LED 102
Illustration 6-20 General configuration dialog, indication LED function block 103
Illustration 6-21 Parameter configuration dialog, indication LED function block 104
Illustration 6-22 Information dialog Pins, indication LED function block 105
Illustration 6-23 Function block alarm LED 105
Illustration 6-24 Function block alarm reset 106
Illustration 6-25 Function block Local/Remote-Key 107
Illustration 6-26 Function block switching object 0-1 108
Illustration 6-27 Configuration dialog switching object 0-1 109
Illustration 6-28 Function block switching object 1-0 110

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Illustration 6-29 Configuration dialog switching object 1-0 111


Illustration 6-30 Function block switching object 2-2 112
Illustration 6-31 General configuration dialog, function block switching object 2-2 114
Illustration 6-32 Outputs configuration dialog, function block switching object 2-2 116
Illustration 6-33 Inputs configuration dialog, function block switching object 2-2 117
Illustration 6-34 Information dialog Pins, function block switching object 2-2 118
Illustration 6-35 Function block module for truck 118
Illustration 6-36 Configuration dialog function block module for truck 119
Illustration 6-37 Function block trip circuit supervision 120
Illustration 6-38 Information dialog pins, io-supervision (coil-supervision) 120
Illustration 6-39 Function block inverter 122
Illustration 6-40 Function blocks constant 1 and constant 0 123
Illustration 6-41 Function block AND logic gate with inverting output 123
Illustration 6-42 Function blocks AND logic gate with inverting inputs 124
Illustration 6-43 Function blocks AND logic gate with varying input number 125
Illustration 6-44 Function blocks OR logic gate with varying output numbers 125
Illustration 6-45 Function block OR logic gate with inverting output (NOR logic gate) 126
Illustration 6-46 Function block exclusive OR logic gate with varying input number 127
Illustration 6-47 Function block exclusive OR logic gate with inverting output 128
Illustration 7-1 Dimensional diagram of the central unit 132
Illustration 7-2 Dimensional diagram operational unit (HMI) 133
Illustration 7-3 SUE 3000 mounted in the LV compartment of a switchbay 134
Illustration 7-4 SUE 3000 connector plate for the wide case mixed analog input 134
Illustration 7-5 Power Supply and communication connection for HMI Control Unit 137
Illustration 7-6 Grounding of a cable current transformer 138
Illustration 7-7 Grounding of the SUE 3000 Central Unit housing 139
Illustration 7-8 Grounding of the SUE 3000 HMI Local Control Unit 140
Illustration 7-9 Control cubicle with SUE 3000 141
Illustration 7-10 Connection diagram of the binary inputs of 3 conventional I/O boards (BIO2) 145
Illustration 7-11 Connection diagram of the binary outputs of 3 conventional I/O boards (BIO2) 146
Illustration 7-12 Connection diagram of the binary inputs of 3 solid state IO boards 147
Illustration 7-13 Connection diagram of the binary outputs of 3 solid state IO boards 148

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12 Index

Asynchronous handshake 27
Auxiliary voltage supply 17

Base frame 140


Bay control voltage 20
Breakdown of an electronic functional group 143
Busbar faults 20
Busbar voltage criterion 28

Cabinet weight 140


Cable leads 140
Cabling testing 140
Circuit breaker bays 19
Circuit breaker control circuits 19
Colour intensity 140
Commissioning 66, 131, 142
Commissioning engineer 142
Compel 135
Compensating current 33
Connecting the control cubicle 140
Current-free transfer time 142
Customer-specific adaptation 66

Decoupling 33
Disconnect terminals 140
Disconnector auxiliary contact 19

Earthing 141
EMC concept 141
Environmental Conditions 133

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exclusive OR 20
External interlock conditions 33

Fast protection criteria 19


Fast transfer 28
Fast transfers 21
Frequency difference criterion 28

Heating 140

Initiation 33
Initiation criterion 22
Initiation inputs 22
Installation 131
Installation project planning 21
Interfaces 19
Interlocking conditions 22

Load shedding 33
LV compartment 134

Maintenance 131, 143


MCB drop signal 22
MCB dropping out 20
Mechanical construction 140
Minimum impulse duration 23
Motor-loading contact 20
Motor-loading mechanism 20
Mounting 131

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Operating position contact 20


Operational safety 20
Overcurrent 20
Overcurrent protection relay 20
Overcurrent protection signal 22
Overcurrent relay 20

Phase angle criterion 27


Position indication 19
Position monitoring 19
Preliminary test 142
Processing times 22
Project planning options 11
Protective devices 20
Protective initiation 22

Release for transfer 34


Remote control 19
Remote signalling 19, 23
Residual voltage criterion 32
Residual voltage-dependent transfer 31
RS485 132

Safety functions 11
Safety MCB 20
Shielding 141
Spare parts 143
Spring-loading contact 19
Standard colour 140
Standard dimensions 140
Standard parameterization 66
Standard values 66
Stand-by feeder 78
Stand-by feeder voltage criterion 28
Start-up current 142
Substation interlocks 21
Swing frame 140
Switching command dispatch 33
System integration 11
System lifetime 66

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Time-delayed transfer 21
Transfer at 1st phase coincidence 29
Transfer duration 142
Transfer tests 142
Transferring errors 149
Tropicalising 140

Undervoltage 21
Undervoltage initiation 20, 22, 27, 33
Undervoltage monitoring 22
Undervoltage relays 22
Unpacking 131
User interface 37

Voltage drop with the connection 142


Voltage measurement 18
Voltage reduction 34

Weight 131
Withdrawable CB unit 19
Withdrawable design 20

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