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Busbar Protection IED

- Decentralized model
GR-200 series -
The GR-200 Series is Toshiba’s next generation of protection and control IED’s, designed for
transmission/distribution networks and providing a platform for distributed and renewable energy
systems and railway applications. Flexible adaptation is enabled using extensive hardware and
modular software combinations facilitating an application oriented solution.
Meeting your needs -
Extensive hardware and modular software combinations provide the flexibility to meet your
application and engineering requirements.
Future upgrade paths and minor modifications are readily achievable on demand.
Powerful and wide application -
In addition to protection & control, GR-200 has been designed to meet the challenges and take
advantage of developments in information & communications technology.

APPLICATION
GRB200 low impedance differential relay for busbar protection is implemented on Toshiba’s next
generation GR-200 series IED platform and has been designed to provide very reliable, high
speed and selective protection for various types of busbar system. This powerful and user-
friendly IED will provide you with the flexibility to meet your application and engineering
requirements, in addition to offering outstanding performance, high quality and operational
peace of mind.

- GRB200 can be applied for various busbar systems.


・ Single busbars with/without transfer busbar
・ Double busbars with/without transfer busbar
・ Ring busbars with/without transfer busbar
・ One and a half busbar
・ Four bus-coupler busbar
- GRB200 can detect phase and earth faults on the protected busbar by employing a
phase segregated current differential scheme. A maximum of 64 three-phase currents
can be input from feeders, sections and bus-couplers, which can correctly distinguish
between internal and external faults even in the event of CT saturation.
- Circuit breaker failure protection, end zone protection and blind zone protection are also
available.
- Backup overcurrent and earth fault protections are provided as options in each bay.
- Communications within a substation automation system, IEC 61850-8-1 [Station bus],
IEC 60870-5-103 and IEC 62439/PRP/HSR.

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FEATURES
• Application • Functionality
- GRB200 can be applied for various - Eight settings groups
busbar systems. - Automatic supervision
- Single busbars with/without transfer - Metering and recording functions
busbar - Time synchronization by external clock
- Double busbars with/without such as IRIG-B and system network
transfer busbar • Communication
- Ring busbars with/without transfer - System interface – RS485, fiber optic,
busbar 100/(1000)BASE-TX(T), -FX/(LX)
- One and a half busbar - Protocol - IEC 61850, IEC 60870-5-103
- Four bus-coupler busbar and IEC 62439/PRP/HSR
- GRB200 incorporates a single central • Security
unit (CU) and bay units (BU). The CU - Password protection
performs current differential protection. • Flexibility
The BU is a terminal used to acquire - Various models and hardware options for
analogue data from each CT which is flexible application depending on system
converted to digital data for transmission requirement and controlled object
to the CU via optical fiber for the - Combined 1A / 5A current inputs
differential protection. The BU also - Multi range DC power supply: 24 to 60V
receives the trip command from the CU and 110 to 250V
and performs tripping of the circuit - Configurable binary inputs and outputs
- Programmable control, trip and alarm
breaker. The CU can be provided with an
logic with PLC tool software
optional voltage check element.
• Human Machine Interface
- Decentralized busbar protection systems. - Graphical LCD and 24 LEDs
- 7 configurable function keys
A system installation example is shown in - USB port for local PC connection
Figure 1. - Direct control buttons for open/close (O/I)
and control authority (43R/L)
- Help key for supporting operation
- Monitoring terminals for testing

GRB200
CU

Optical
BU BU

Electrical cables

Figure 1 System Installation Example

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FUNCTIONS
• Protection individual and total harmonics
- Low impedance differential protection - Current and voltage circuit supervision
for up to 8 discriminating zones and • HMI function
check zone - Standard LCD
- Percentage restrained characteristic - 24 configurable tri-state LEDs selectable
ensures stability against external faults red/green/yellow
- Countermeasure for CT saturation - 7 Programmable function keys for user
- Available for busbar with different CT configurable operation
ratio • Recording
- Fault record
- Dynamic busbar replica
- Event record
- BU out of service
- Disturbance record
- Circuit breaker failure protection • Communication
- End zone protection and blind zone - IEC 61850 and IEC 60870-5-103
protection • General functions
- Backup Overcurrent and Earth fault - Eight settings groups
protection - Automatic supervision
- Independent voltage check element - Metering and recording functions
(option) - Time synchronization by external clock
• Monitoring using IRIG-B or system network
- CT failure detection (Option) - Password protection for settings and
- Status and condition monitoring of selection of local / remote control
primary apparatus - Checking internal circuit by forcible
- Switchgear operation monitoring signal.
- Plausibility check - Checking internal circuit using monitoring
- Measurement of I, V(option) and f jacks.
- Measurement and supervision of

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APPLICATIONS

PROTECTION
The check zone protection inputs currents from all
 Busbar Differential Protection
feeder bays and transformer banks and performs
GRB200 applies current differential protection for each
overall differential protection for the entire busbar
individual busbar zone, which are sectioned by the bus
system and outputs trip signals to all the circuit
section and bus coupler switches (discriminating zone
breakers. As the protection does not use the
protection), as well as for the overall busbar system
disconnector position signals, the check zone
(check zone protection).
protection is very secure against such false operation
in the no-fault and through fault conditions.
The discriminating zone protection, inputs current and
disconnector position signals from feeders,
By using these two protections, GRB200 ensures a
transformer banks, busbar sections and bus couplers
very reliable protection for various types of busbar
which are connected to the protected zone, and
system.
outputs trip signals to all the circuit breakers of the
zone. The zone covered by the discriminating zone
Figure 2 shows a typical application to a double busbar
protection depends on the busbar configuration and
system. DIFCH is the check zone protection which
varies with open/close status of the disconnectors.
covers all busbars. DIFZA and DIFZB are the
GRB200 introduces a replica setting which identifies
discriminating zone protections for busbars A and B
which circuit is connected to which zone and follows
respectively. The voltage elements UVSFA, UVSFB,
changes in busbar operation. Up to eight zone
UVGFA, UVGFB, OVGFA and OVGFB can be
protections are available by employing relevant input
provided for each busbar as the voltage check function
currents and disconnector signals.
(optional).

Figure 3 shows the scheme logic with check zone


protection, discriminating zone protections and voltage
check function for a double busbar system.

Figure 2 Typical Application to Double Busbar System

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CU BU (Feeder 1)
[Current] & Trip(1)
& ≧1
DIFCH DS-1A

& DS-1B
DIFZA & ≧1
DS-1A
DIFZB &
DS-1B
BU (Feeder n)
≧1

& & Trip(n)
DS-nA
& ≧1
& DS-nA
DS-nB
& &
≧1 DS-nB

BU (Bus section CT1)


& Trip(BS1)
[Voltage Check]

UVSFA ≧1 DS-
UVGFA
OVGFA BU (Bus section CT2)
& Trip(BS2)
UVSFB ≧1

UVGFB DS-
OVGFB
DS-nA : Disconnector condition - busbar A side
DS-nB : Disconnector condition - busbar B side
DS-BS** : Disconnector condition - bus section

Figure 3 Scheme Logic with Check Zone, Discriminating Zone and Voltage Check

 Discriminating zone and check zone


elements
The minimum operating current (Idk) and the percent
The check zone element (DIFCH) and discriminating slope (k) of the restraint characteristic in the large
zone elements (DIFZA - DIFZH) are based on the current region are user-programmable.
current differential principle and have a differential
characteristic for the small current region, and a
CT saturation under external fault conditions can be a
percentage restraint characteristic for the large current
serious problem for busbar protection. GRB200
region to cope with erroneous differential current
overcomes the CT saturation problem by using a “CT
caused by a through-fault current.
saturation detection” function. When an external fault
occurs, a very large erroneous current may be caused
The characteristics are shown in Figure 4, and each by CT saturation. However, once the CT saturates,
zone (DIFCH, DIFZA - DIFZH) and each phase (A, B, there is a short period of several milliseconds of non-
C phase) have these characteristics respectively. saturation between the saturation periods in a cycle.
Id=Ir By detecting this non-saturation period, the current
Id differential element can be blocked to prevent false
operation arising from CT saturation.
Differential
current

Incoming terminal
Operate current

Id=k×Ir
Outgoing terminal
current
(Saturation)

Idk

Differential
Ir current
Restraining Non-saturation
current period

Figure 4 Characteristic of Current Differential Element Figure 5 Waveform for CT saturation

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 Breaker Failure Protection - Zero-phase overvoltage element for earth fault
Phase-segregated breaker failure protection is detection
provided for each bay and can be initiated by either an
internal or external signal.  Backup Overcurrent and Earth Fault
Protection
When an overcurrent element remains in operation Backup overcurrent and earth fault protection are
after a tripping signal has been issued the breaker is provided in each bay. Each provides two stage
judged to have failed and a 2 stage CBF sequence is overcurrent and earth fault protection respectively, and
initiated. The first stage issues a re-trip command to can be set to either a definite time or an inverse time
the circuit breaker. If this also fails then the command characteristic.
to backtrip adjacent circuit breakers is executed. The
overcurrent element has a high-speed reset time. The inverse time overcurrent elements are available in
conformity with the IEC 60255-151 standard which
GRB200 has two kinds of timer for Breaker Failure encompasses both the IEC and IEEE/ANSI standard
Protection. One timer is used for re-trip, the other timer characteristics. Alternatively, a user-configurable
is used for CBF trip. curve may be created.

A remote transfer trip is provided for feeder circuits. The definite time overcurrent protection is enabled by
the instantaneous overcurrent element and pickup-
delay timer.
 End zone and Blind Zone Protection
This function is provided to cater for circumstances
when a dead zone or blind zone is created between
the CB and the associated CT.

End zone protection detects a fault located between


the CB and the associated CT when the CB is open.
Depending on the location of the CT, either the busbar
section CB is tripped or an intertrip is sent to the CB at
the remote end of the line.

Blind zone protection is used to detect and trip for faults


located between the bus-section CB and the
associated CT for the arrangement when the CT is
installed on one side of the CB only.

 BU out-of-Service Function
GRB200 provides a BU out-of-service function for
maintenance purposes. When a particular BU is set to
out-of-service condition, it is excluded from the
operation of the protection scheme.

 Voltage Check Function (Option)


GRB200 can enhance security against false tripping
due to a failure in a CT or CT secondary circuits by the
provision of a voltage check element in the form of a
check relay with circuits that are independent from
other circuits:

The voltage check function incorporates the following


elements.

- Undervoltage element for earth fault detection


- Undervoltage element for phase fault detection

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HMI FUNCTION
- 7 Function keys for control, monitoring, setting
■ Front Panel
group change and screen jump functions of which
GRB200 provides the Standard LCD. operation is configurable by the user
- Test terminals which can monitor three different
signals from the front panel without connection to
The standard LCD panel incorporates the user
the rear terminals.
interfaces listed below. Setting the relay and viewing
- USB port
stored data are possible using the Liquid Crystal
Display (LCD) and operation keys. ■ Local PC connection
- 21 character, 8 line LCD with back light The user can communicate with GRB200 from a local
PC via the USB port on the front panel. Using GR-200
series engineering tool software (called GR-TIEMS),
The local human machine interface is simple and easy
the user can view, change settings and monitor real-
to understand with the following facilities and
time measurements.
indications.
- Status indication LEDs (IN SERVICE, ERROR and
24 configurable LEDs)

MONITORING
■ Metering ■ Status Monitoring

The following power system data is measured The open or closed status of each switchgear device
continuously and can be displayed on the LCD on the and failure information concerning power apparatus
relay fascia, and on a local or remotely connected PC. and control equipment are monitored by GRB200.
- Measured analog currents, voltages (option) and
Both normally open and normally closed contacts are
frequency.
used to monitor the switchgear status. If an unusual
The accuracy of analog measurement is ±0.5% for I, V status is detected, a switchgear abnormality alarm is
at rated input and ±0.03Hz for frequency measurement. generated.

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RECORDING
■ Event Record ■ Disturbance records

Continuous event-logging is useful for monitoring of The Disturbance Recorder function supplies fast,
the system from an overview perspective and is a complete and reliable information for disturbances in
complement to specific disturbance recorder functions. the power system. It facilitates understanding of
Up to 1,024 time-tagged events are stored with 1ms system behavior and performance of related primary
resolution. and secondary equipment during and after a
disturbance.
■ Fault records
The Disturbance Recorder acquires sampled data
Information about the pre-fault and fault values for
from all selected analogue inputs and binary signals.
currents and voltages are recorded and displayed for
The data is stored in COMTRADE format.
trip event confirmation. The most recent 8 time-tagged
faults with 1ms resolution are stored. Fault record
items are as follows.
- Date and time
- Faulted phase
- Phases tripped
- Tripping mode
- Pre-fault and post-fault current and voltage data
(phase, symmetrical components)

COMMUNICATION
■ Station bus ■ Serial communication

Ethernet port(s) for the substation communication Serial ports (RS485 and fiber optic) for communicating
standards IEC 61850 is provided for the station bus. with legacy equipment or protection relays over IEC
60870-5-103 are provided.

GENERAL FUNCTION
groups may be set to cover alternative operating
■ Self supervision
conditions.
Automatic self-supervision of internal circuits and
■ Password protection
software is provided. In the event of a failure being
detected, the ALARM LED on the front panel is Password protection is available for the execution of
illuminated, the ‘UNIT FAILURE’ binary output setting changes, clearing records and switching
operates, and the date and time of the failure is between local/remote controls.
recorded in the event record.
■ Simulation and test
■ Time synchronization
GRB200 provides simulation and test functions to
Current time can be provided with time synchronization check control functions without modification to wiring
via the station bus by SNTP (Simple Network Time provided by a dummy circuit breaker (virtual
Protocol) with the IEC 61850 protocol. equipment), and the capability to test communication
signals by forced signal status change.
■ Setting groups
The simulation and test functions can work in the Test
8 settings groups are provided, allowing the user to set
mode only.
one group for normal conditions, while the other

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TOOLS & ACCESSORY
The PC interface GR-TIEMS allows users to access
■ Programmable Logic Editor
GRB200 and other Toshiba GR-200 series IEDs from
The programmable logic capability allows the user to
a local personal computer (PC) to view on-line or
configure flexible logic for customized application and
stored data, to change settings, to edit the LCD screen,
operation. Configurable binary inputs, binary outputs
to configure sequential logics and for other purposes.
and LEDs are also programmed by the programmable
■ Remote Setting And Monitoring logic editor. This complies with IEC 61131-3 standard.
The engineering tool supports functions to change
settings and to view and analyze fault and disturbance
records stored in GRB200. Waveform data in the
disturbance records can be displayed, edited,
measured and analyzed in detail. The advanced
version of the engineering tool can provide additional
and powerful analysis tools and setting calculation
support functions.

Figure 8 PC display of PLC editor

Figure 7 PC Display of GR-TIEMS

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TECHNICAL DATA

HARDWARE
Analog Inputs
Rated current In 1A / 5A (selectable by user)
Rated voltage Vn 100V to 120V
Rated Frequency 50Hz / 60Hz
Overload Rating
Current inputs 4 times rated current continuous
5 times rated current for 3 mins
6 times rated current for 2 mins
30 times rated current for 10 sec
100 times rated current for 1 second
250 times rated current for one power cycle (20 or 16.6ms)
Voltage inputs 2 times rated voltage continuous
2.5 times rated voltage for 1 second
Burden
Phase current inputs  0.1VA at In = 1A,  0.2VA at In = 5A
Earth current inputs  0.3VA at In = 1A,  0.4VA at In = 5A
Sensitive earth fault inputs  0.3VA at In = 1A,  0.4VA at In = 5A
Voltage inputs  0.1VA at Vn
Power Supply
Rated auxiliary voltage 24/48/60Vdc (Operative range: 19.2 – 72Vdc),
110/250Vdc or 100/220Vac (Operative range: 88 – 300Vdc
or 80 – 230Vac)
Superimposed AC ripple on DC supply  15%
Power supply interruption 24/48/60Vdc rating: 20ms
withstand period 110/125Vdc rating: 50ms
(IEC 60255-11)
Power consumption  15W (quiescent)
 25W (maximum)
Binary Inputs
Input circuit DC voltage 24/48/60Vdc (Operative range: 19.2 – 72Vdc),
110/125/220/250Vdc (Operating range: 88 – 300Vdc)
Note: Pick-up setting is available in BI2 (Setting
range: 18V to 222V)
Capacitive discharge immunity 10μF charged to maximum supply voltage and discharged into
the input terminals, according to ENA TS 48-4 with an external
resistor
Maximum permitted voltage 72Vdc for 24/48/60Vdc rating
300Vdc for 110/250Vdc rating
Power consumption  0.5W per input at 220Vdc

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Binary Outputs
Fast operating contacts
Make and carry 5A continuously
30A, 290Vdc for 0.2s (L/R=5ms)
Break 0.15A, 290Vdc (L/R=40ms)
Operate time Typical 3 ms
Semi-fast operating contacts
Make and carry 8A continuously
30A, 240Vdc for 1s (L/R=5ms)
Break 0.1A, 250Vdc (L/R=40ms)
0.2A, 110Vdc (L/R=40ms)
Operate time Typical 6 ms
Auxiliary contacts
Make and carry 8A continuously
30A, 240Vdc for 1s (L/R=5ms)
Break 0.1A, 250Vdc (L/R=40ms)
0.2A, 110Vdc (L/R=40ms)
Operate time Typical 8 ms
Hybrid contacts (10 A breaking)
Make and carry 8A continuously
10A, 220Vdc for 0.5s (L/R=5ms)
Break 10A, 220Vdc (L/R=20ms)
10A, 110Vdc (L/R=40ms)
Operate time 1 ms
Durability ≥ 10,000 operations (loaded contact)
≥ 100,000 operations (unloaded contact)
Measuring input capability
Full scale
Standard current input ≥ 60A (1A rating) or 300A (5A rating)
Voltage input ≥ 200V
Sampling rate 48 samples / cycle
Frequency response < 5% deviation over range 16.7Hz to 600Hz
Mechanical Design
Installation Flush mounting or rack mounting
Weight Approx. 10kg (1/3 size), 12kg (1/2 size), 25kg (1/1 size)
Case colour 2.5Y7.5/1 (approximation to Munsell value)
LED
Number 26 (Fixed for “In service” and “ERROR”)
Colour Red / Yellow / Green (configurable) except “In service” (green)
and “Error” (red)
Function keys
Number 7
Local Interface
USB Type B
Maximum cable length 2m (max.)

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Terminal Block
CT/VT input M3.5 Ring terminal (ring lug type terminal only)
Binary input, Binary output M3.5 terminal with 15mm stripping length (for compression type
terminal)

Compression type terminal


System Interface (rear port)
100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet
Physical medium Twisted pair cable, RJ-45 connector
100BASE-FX Fast Ethernet
Physical medium 50/125 or 62.5/125m fibre, SC connector
Protocol IEC61850
CU to BU communication
Type: GI optical fibre
Connector: ST connector
Cable: Graded-index multi-mode 50/125μs or 62.5/125μs

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ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE

Atmospheric Environment
Temperature IEC 60068-2-1/2 Operating range: -25C to +55C.
IEC 60068-2-14 Storage / Transit: -25C to +70C.
Cyclic temperature test as per IEC 60068-2-
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Humidity IEC 60068-2-30 56 days at 40C and 93% relative humidity.
IEC 60068-2-78 Cyclic temperature with humidity test as per
IEC 60068-2-30
Enclosure Protection IEC 60529 IP52 - Dust and Dripping Water Proof
IP20 for rear panel
Mechanical Environment
Vibration IEC 60255-21-1 Response - Class 1
Endurance - Class 1
Shock and Bump IEC 60255-21-2 Shock Response Class 1
Shock Withstand Class 1
Bump Class 1
Seismic IEC 60255-21-3 Class 1
Electrical Environment
Dielectric Withstand IEC 60255-5 2kVrms for 1 minute between all terminals
and earth.
2kVrms for 1 minute between independent
circuits.
1kVrms for 1 minute across normally open
contacts.
High Voltage Impulse IEC 60255-5 Three positive and three negative impulses of
IEEE C37.90 5kV(peak), 1.2/50s, 0.5J between all
terminals and between all terminals and
earth.
Voltage Dips, IEC 60255-11, 1. Voltage dips:
Interruptions, IEC 61000-4-29, 0 % residual voltage for 20 ms
Variations and Ripple IEC 61000-4-17 40 % residual voltage for 200 ms
on DC supply IEC 60255-26 Ed 3 70 % residual voltage for 500 ms
2. Voltage interruptions:
0 % residual voltage for 5 s
3. Ripple:
15 % of rated d.c. value, 100 / 120 Hz
4. Gradual shut-down / start-up:
60 s shut-down ramp, 5 min power off, 60s
start-up ramp
5. Reversal of d.c. power supply polarity:
1 min
Capacitive Discharge ENA TS 48-4 10μF charged to maximum supply voltage
and discharged into the input terminals with
an external resistance

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Electromagnetic Environment
High Frequency IEC 60255-22-1 Class 3, 1 MHz burst in common / differential modes
Disturbance / IEC 61000-4-18 Auxiliary supply and I/O ports: 2.5 kV / 1 kV
Damped Oscillatory IEC 60255-26 Ed 3 Communications ports: 1 kV / 0 kV
Wave
Electrostatic Discharge IEC 60255-22-2 Class 4, Contact: 2, 4, 6, 8kV
IEC 61000-4-2 Air: 2, 4, 8, 15kV
IEEE C37.90.3-2001
IEC 60255-26 Ed 3
Radiated RF IEC 60255-22-3, Sweep test ranges: 80 MHz to 1 GHz and 1.4
Electromagnetic GHz to 2.7 GHz.
Disturbance Spot tests at 80, 160, 380, 450, 900, 1850
IEC 61000-4-3 Level 3
and 2150 MHz.
IEC 60255-26 Ed 3
Field strength: 10 V/m

IEEE C37.90.2-1995 Field strength 35V/m for frequency sweep of


25MHz to 1GHz.
Fast Transient IEC 60255-22-4 5 kHz, 5/50ns disturbance
Disturbance IEC 61000-4-4 Auxiliary supply and input / output ports: 4 kV
IEC 60255-26 Ed 3 Communications ports: 2 kV
Surge Immunity IEC 60255-22-5 1.2/50µms surge in common/differential
IEC 61000-4-5 modes:
IEC 60255-26 Ed 3 Auxiliary supply and input / output ports: 4,
2, 1, 0.5 kV / 1, 0.5 kV
Communications ports: up to 1, 0.5 kV / 0 kV
Surge Withstand IEEE C37.90.1-2002 3kV, 1MHz damped oscillatory wave
4kV, 5/50ns fast transient
Conducted RF IEC 60255-22-6 Sweep test range: 150 kHz to 80MHz
Electromagnetic IEC 61000-4-6 Spot tests at 27 and 68 MHz.
Disturbance IEC 60255-26 Ed 3 Voltage level: 10 V r.m.s
Power Frequency IEC 60255-22-7 50/60 Hz disturbance for 10 s in common /
Disturbance IEC 61000-4-16 differential modes
IEC 60255-26 Ed 3 Binary input ports: 300 V / 150 V
Power Frequency IEC 61000-4-8 Class 4 Field applied at 50/60Hz with strengths of:
Magnetic Field IEC 60255-26 Ed 3 30A/m continuously,
300A/m for 1 second.
Conducted and IEC 60255-25 Conducted emissions:
Radiated Emissions EN 55022 Class A, 0.15 to 0.50MHz: <79dB (peak) or <66dB
EN 61000-6-4 (mean)
IEC 60255-26 Ed 3 0.50 to 30MHz: <73dB (peak) or <60dB
(mean)
Radiated emissions
30 to 230 MHz: < 40 dB(uV/m)
230 to 1000 MHz: < 47 dB(uV/m)
Measured at a distance of 10 m

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European Commission Directives
2014/30/EC Compliance with the European Commission
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive is
demonstrated according to EN 60255-26:2013.
2014/35/EU Compliance with the European Commission Low
Voltage Directive for electrical safety is
demonstrated according EN 60255-27:2014.

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FUNCTIONAL DATA

Current Differential Protection (87B)


Minimum operating current (DIFCH, DIFZ): 10 to 20000A in 1A steps (CT primary amps)
% slope (DIFCH, DIFDZ): 0 to 90% in 1% steps
CT ratio: 1.000 to 20000.000 in 0.001 steps
Operating time: Typical 1 cycle (300% of DIFI)
Accuracy: 5% (7% at I < 0.3×In)
Breaker Failure Protection
Overcurrent element (OCB): 0.10 to 5.00A in 0.01A steps (1A rating)
0.50 to 25.00A in 0.01A steps (5A rating)
BF timer for retrip of failed breaker: 0.000 to 300.000s in 0.001s steps
BF timer for related breaker trip: 0.000 to 300.000s in 0.001s steps
BF timer for transfer trip: 0.000 to 300.000s in 0.001s steps
Operating time of overcurrent element: less than 20ms at 50Hz or less than 17ms at 60Hz
Resetting time of overcurrent element: less than 15ms at 50Hz or less than 13ms at 60Hz
Accuracy of overcurrent element: 5% (10% at I < 0.5×In)
DO/PU ratio: 0.8
Voltage Check Function
Undervoltage element (UVGF): 20 to 60V in 1V steps
Undervoltage element (UVSF): 60 to 100V in 1V steps
Zero-phase overvoltage element (OVGF): 0.1 to 10.0V in 0.1V steps
Undervoltage change detection element (UVDF) 0.07 times voltage before fault
Phase Overcurrent Protection
Definite time overcurrent element
Pick up level (OC) 0.02 to 50.00pu in 0.01pu steps

Delay time (TOC) 0.00 to 10.00s in 0.01s steps

Operating time typical 30ms (without delay time)


Inverse time overcurrent element
Pick up level (OCI) 0.02 to 5.00pu in 0.01pu steps
Time multiplier (TOCI) 0.010 to 50.00 in 0.01 steps
Characteristic IEC-NI / IEC-VI / IEC-EI / UK-LTI / IEEE-MI / IEEE-VI / IEEE-EI
/
US-CO2 / US-CO8 / Original
Reset type
Definite Time or Dependent Time
Reset Definite delay
0.0 to 300.0s in 0.1s steps
Reset Time Multiplier Setting RTMS 0.010 to 50.000 in 0.001 steps

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Earth Fault Protection
Definite time overcurrent element
Pick up level (EF) 0.02 to 50.00pu in 0.01pu steps
Delay time (TEF) 0.00 to 10.00s in 0.01s steps
Operating time typical 30ms (without delay time)
Inverse time overcurrent element
Pick up level (EFI) 0.02 to 5.00pu in 0.01pu steps
Time multiplier (TEFI) 0.010 to 50.00 in 0.01 steps
Characteristic IEC-NI / IEC-VI / IEC-EI / UK-LTI / IEEE-MI / IEEE-VI / IEEE-EI
/
Reset type US-CO2 / US-CO8 / Original
Reset Definite delay Definite Time or Dependent Time
Reset Time Multiplier Setting RTMS 0.0 to 300.0s in 0.1s steps
0.010 to 50.000 in 0.001 steps
Metering Function
Current Accuracy  0.5% (at rating)
Voltage Accuracy  0.5% (at rating)
Frequency Accuracy  0.03Hz
Time Synchronisation
Protocol SNTP

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ORDERING INFORMATION

[Hardware selection]
CU (Central Unit)
7 8 9 A B C D E F G H J K L

Configurations G R B 2 0 0 - - - C - - 3 0 - 0 0

Central Unit C

Application of power system


Without Voltage input (VCT unmounted) 0
With Voltage inputs 4 ZONEs (VCT21B x 1) 1
With Voltage inputs 8 ZONEs (VCT21B x 2) 2
System Frequency
50Hz 1
60Hz 2
DC Rating
110-250 Vdc or 100-220 Vac †1 1
24/48/60Vdc 3

Outline
Standard LCD, 1/1 case x 19’’ rack for flush/rack mounting 4
Large LCD, 1/1 case x 19’’ rack for flush/rack mounting 8

BI/BO Module
Refer to Number of BI/BO Table
BI/BO Terminal Type
Compression plug type terminal 0

Maximum Number of BUs connection


8 CH 1
16 CH 2
24 CH 3
32 CH 4
40 CH 5
48 CH 6
56 CH 7
64 CH 8
Network / time sync. module
Refer to network/time sync. module list for CU
Function Block (linked with software selection)
See function table of software selection 3

†1 Binary inputs are intended for use with DC power source only. The power supply supervision function is intended
for use with DC power source only. It should be disabled when AC power supply is applied in order to prevent spurious

alarms.

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Network/time sync. module List for CU
Positions
E F Serial ports, and/or Ethernet ports, and/or Time Synch ports
Fiber optical for 100Base-TX LAN for
RS485 100Base-FX 1000base- LX IRIG-B Remark
IEC103 /1000Base-T Local PC
E 1 1 – – – – 1 –
G 1 1 – – – – 1 1
E 2 – 1 – – – 1 –
G 2 – 1 – – – 1 1
1 4 – – 1 – – – –
3 4 – – 1 – – 1
E 4 – – 1 – – 1 –
G 4 – – 1 – – 1 1
4 6 – – 2 – – – –
6 6 – – 2 – – – 1
Hot/Standby
E 6 – – 2 – – 1 –
G 6 – – 2 – – 1 1
L 6 – – 2 – – – –
N 6 – – 2 – – – 1
PRP/HSP/RSTP
S 6 – – 2 – – 1 –
U 6 – – 2 – – 1 1
4 C 1 – 1 – – – –
6 C 1 – 1 – – – 1
E C 1 – 1 – – 1 –
7 D 1 – 2 – – – –
9 D 1 – 2 – – – 1 Hot/Standby
E D 1 – 2 – – 1 –
L D 1 – 2 – – – –
N D 1 – 2 – – – 1 PRP/HSP/RSTP
S D 1 – 2 – – 1 –
4 G – 1 1 – – – –
6 G – 1 1 – – – 1
E G – 1 1 – – 1 –
7 H – 1 2 – – – –
9 H – 1 2 – – – 1 Hot/Standby
E H – 1 2 – – 1 –
L H – 1 2 – – – –
N H – 1 2 – – – 1 PRP/HSP/RSTP
S H – 1 2 – – 1 –
1 J – – – 1 – – –
3 J – – – 1 – – 1
E J – – – 1 – 1 – –
G J – – – – – 1 1
4 L – – – 2 – – –
6 L – – – 2 – – 1
Hot/Standby
E L – – – 2 – 1 –
G L – – – 2 – 1 1
L L – – – 2 – – –
N L – – – 2 – – 1
PRP/HSP/RSTP
S L – – – 2 – 1 –
U L – – – 2 – 1 1
4 N 1 – – 1 – – –
6 N 1 – – 1 – – 1
E N 1 – – – – 1 –
7 P 1 – – 2 – – –
9 P 1 – – 2 – – 1 Hot/Standby
E P 1 – – 2 – 1 –
L P 1 – – 2 – – –
N P 1 – – 2 – – 1 PRP/HSP/RSTP
S P 1 – – 2 – 1 –
4 S – 1 – 1 – – –
6 S – 1 – 1 – – 1
E S – 1 – – – 1 –

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Positions
E F Serial ports, and/or Ethernet ports, and/or Time Synch ports
Fiber optical for 100Base-TX LAN for
RS485 100Base-FX 1000base- LX IRIG-B Remark
IEC103 /1000Base-T Local PC
7 T – 1 – 2 – – –
9 T – 1 – 2 – – 1 Hot/Standby
E T – 1 – 2 – 1 –
L T – 1 – 2 – – –
N T – 1 – 2 – – 1 PRP/HSP/RSTP
S T – 1 – 2 – 1 –
1 K – – – – 1 – –
3 K – – – – 1 – 1
E K – – – – 1 1 –
G K – – – – 1 1 1
4 M – – – – 2 – –
6 M – – – – 2 – 1
Hot/Standby
E M – – – – 2 1 –
G M – – – – 2 1 1
L M – – – – 2 – –
N M – – – – 2 – 1
PRP/HSP/RSTP
S M – – – – 2 1 –
U M – – – – 2 1 1
4 Q 1 – – – 1 – –
6 Q 1 – – – 1 – 1
E Q 1 – – – 1 1 –
7 R 1 – – – 2 – –
9 R 1 – – – 2 – 1 Hot/Standby
E R 1 – – – 2 1 –
L R 1 – – – 2 – –
N R 1 – – – 2 – 1 PRP/HSP/RSTP
S R 1 – – – 2 1 –
4 U – 1 – – 1 – –
6 U – 1 – – 1 – 1
E U – 1 – – 1 1 –
7 V – 1 – – 2 – –
9 V – 1 – – 2 – 1 Hot/Standby
E V – 1 – – 2 1 –
L V – 1 – – 2 – –
N V – 1 – – 2 – 1 PRP/HSP/RSTP
S V – 1 – – 2 1 –

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[Software selection]
CU (Central Unit)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S G T E F U 9 V

Configurations G R B 2 0 0 - 0 3 - - E

Application of power system


Assignment on position “7”
Function Block
Refer to Function Table
Communication for Remote / Time Synch.
Assignment on position “E” †1
Assignment on position “F” †1

Protocol
IEC 60870-5-103 or IEC 61850 1
IEC 61850 2
Outline
Assignment on position “9”
Language
English E

†1 For PRP/HSR/RSTP protocol with IEC 61850, choose “L”, “N”, “S” or “U” code at position E. For
hot/standby configuration or single port configuration with IEC 61850, choose other codes at
position E.

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[Hardware selection]
BU (Bay Unit)
7 8 9 A B C D E F G H J K L

Configurations G R B 2 0 0 - - - B 0 - - 3 0 - 0

Bay Unit B
Application of power system
CTx4 (VCT32B x 1) for 1/3x 19’’ rack †1 1
CTx4 (VCT22B x 1) for 1/2x 19’’ rack †2 2
Network / time sync. module
Refer to network/time sync. module list for BU
AC Rating
50Hz 1
60Hz 2
1A 1
5A 2
DC Rating
110-250 Vdc or 100-220 Vac †3 1
24/48/60Vdc 3

Outline
Standard LCD, 1/3 x 19’’ rack for flush mounting 1
Standard LCD, 1/2 x 19’’ rack for flush mounting 2
Large LCD, 1/2 x 19’’ rack for flush mounting 6
Standard LCD, 1/3 x 19’’ rack for rack mounting †4 E
Standard LCD, 1/2 x 19’’ rack for rack mounting †4 F
Large LCD, 1/3 x 19’’ rack for flush mounting †4 H
Large LCD, 1/2 x 19’’ rack for flush mounting †4 J

BI/BO Module
Refer to Number of BI/BO Table
BI/BO Terminal Type
Compression plug type terminal 0
Function Block (linked with software selection)
See function table of software selection 3

Please contact with our sales staffs when you require user configurable models that are not indicated in the ordering sheet above.

†1VCT32 can be chosen when 1, E or H is selected at Position ‘9’. It is for 1/3 case.
†2VCT22 can be chosen when 2, 6 or F is selected at Position ‘9’. It is for 1/2 case.
†3 Binary inputs are intended for use with DC power source only. The power supply supervision function is
intended for use with DC power source only. It should be disabled when AC power supply is applied in order
to prevent spurious alarms.
†4 Mounting kits can be supplied if EP-201–206 optional accessories have been ordered.

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[Hardware selection]
BU (Bay Unit)
7 8 9 A B C D E F G H J K L

Configurations G R B 2 0 0 - - - B 0 - - 3 0 - 0

Positions
E F Serial ports, and/or Ethernet ports, and/or Time Synch ports
100Base-TX LAN for Local PC
100Base-FX 1000base- LX Remark
/1000Base-T
1 4 1 – – –
4 6 2 – – – Hot/standby
L 6 2 – – – PRP/HSP/RSTP
1 J – 1 – –
E J – 1 – 1
1 K – – 1 –
E K – – 1 1
4 L – 2 – – Hot/standby
L L – 2 – – PRP/HSP/RSTP
4 M – – 2 – Hot/standby
L M – – 2 – PRP/HSP/RSTP

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[Software selection]
BU (Bay Unit)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S G T E F U 9 V

Configurations G R B 2 0 0 - 0 3 - 2 - E

Application of power system


Assignment on position “7”
Function Block
Refer to Function Table
CU communication module
Assignment on position “E”
Assignment on position “F”
Protocol
IEC61850 2

Outline
Assignment on position “9”
Language
English E

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Number of BI/BO

1 x I/O module for BU (1/3 case, 1/2 case) and CU (1/1 case)
Number of BI/BO

Semi-fast BO
Independent

Independent

Ordering No.
BI (variable)
Configuration

Hybrid BO
Common
(Position “A” & “B”)

Fast-BO

BO
BI

BI

7 - - - 6 4 - 11 1xBIO1A
12 - - - 3 2 - 12 1xBIO2A
8 - - 6 - 2 - 13 1xBIO3A
18 - - - - - - 15 1xBI1A
- 12 - - - - - 16 1xBI2A
- - 32 - - - - 17 1xBI3A
- - - - 6 12 - 18 1xBO1

2 x I/O modules for BU (1/2 case) and CU (1/1 case)


Number of BI/BO
Semi-fast BO
Independent

Independent

Ordering No.
BI (variable)

Configuration
Hybrid BO
Common

(Position “A” & “B”)


Fast-BO

BO
BI

BI

- - 32 - 6 12 - 21 1xBI3A+1xBO1A
7 - 32 - 6 4 - 22 1xBI3A+1xBIO1A
12 - 32 - 3 2 - 23 1xBI3A+1xBIO2A
18 - - - 6 12 - 24 1xBI1A+1xBO1A
25 - - - 6 4 - 25 1xBI1A+1xBIO1A
30 - - - 3 2 - 26 1xBI1A+1xBIO2A
8 - - 6 6 14 - 27 1xBO1A+1xBIO3A
15 - - 6 6 6 - 28 1xBIO1A+1xBIO3A
7 - - - 12 16 - 29 1xBO1A+1xBIO1A
16 - - 12 - 4 - 2A 2xBIO3A
- - 32 - - - 16 2B 1xBI3A+1xBO2A
- 12 - - 6 12 - 2C 1xBI2A +1xBO1A
20 - - 6 3 4 - 2E 1xBIO2A +1xBIO3A
12 - - - 9 14 - 2F 1xBO1+1xBIO2
8 12 - 6 - 2 - 2G 1XBI2+1xBIO3

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3 x I/O modules for BU (1/2 case)
Number of BI/BO

Semi-fast BO
Independent

Independent
BI (variable)

Ordering No.

Hybrid BO
Common Configuration

Fast-BO
(Position “A” & “B”)

BO
BI

BI

15 - - 6 12 18 - 31 1xBO1A+1xBIO1A+1xBIO3A
20 - - 6 9 16 - 32 1xBO1A+1xBIO2A+1xBIO3A
23 - - 12 6 8 - 33 1xBIO1A+2xBIO3A
26 - - 6 6 14 - 34 1xBI1A+1xBO1A+1xBIO3A
8 - 32 6 6 14 - 35 1xBI3A+1xBO1A+1xBIO3A
24 - - 18 - 6 - 36 3xBIO3A
25 - - - 12 16 - 37 1xBI1A+1xBO1A+1xBIO1A
36 - - - 6 12 - 39 2xBI1A+1xBO1A
- 24 - - 6 12 - 3A 2xBI2A+1xBO1A
7 - 32 - 6 4 16 3C 1xBI3A+1xBIO1A+1xBO2A
7 - 32 - 12 16 - 3D 1xBI3A+1xBO1A+1xBIO1A
- - 32 - 6 12 16 3E 1xBI3A+1xBO1A+1xBO2A
16 - - 12 6 16 - 3G 1xBO1A+2xBIO3A
26 - - 6 6 14 – 3J 1xBO1A+1xBIO3A+1xBI1A
- - 64 - 6 12 - 3K 2xBI3A+1xBO1A
14 - 32 - 12 8 - 3L 1xBI3A+2xBIO1A
- - 96 - - - - 3M 3xBI3A
8 12 - 6 6 14 - 3N 1xBI2A+1xBO1A+1xBIO3A
- - 32 - 12 24 - 3P 1xBI3A + 2xBO1A
36 - - - - - 16 3Q 2xBI1A+ 1xBO2A
16 12 - 12 - 4 - 3S 1xBI2+2xBIO3
18 12 - - 6 12 - 3T 1xBI1+1xBI2+1xBO1
12 - 32 - 9 14 - 3U 1xBI3+1xBO1+1xBIO2

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[FUNCTION TABLE]

CU (Central Unit)
Function Ordering No. (Position “G & T”)
Protection function/ Control function
Block 31 †1 32 †2
87 Phase-segregated current differential protection ● ●
DIF CTF CT failure detection by Id – ●
– Differential current monitoring ● ●
CBF 50BF Circuit breaker failure protection ● ●
EFP – End fault protection ● ●
COMTP – Command trip function ● ●
FS FS Fail-safe function (Voltage check function) – ●
LEDR LED reset ● ●
Gen.
GCNT Counter function ● ●
control
MDCTRL Mode control function ● ●
Control
SOFTSW Software switch controller ● ●
app.
†1Note: ’31’ is selectable when the position ’7’ is ‘0’.
†2Note: ’32’ is selectable when the position ‘7’ is ‘1’ or ‘2’.

BU (Bay Unit)
Functio Ordering No. (Position “G & T”)
Protection function
n Block 32 †3 34 †4
87 Phase-segregated current differential protection ● ●
DIF CTF CT failure detection by Id – ●
– Differential current monitoring ● ●
CBF 50BF Circuit breaker failure protection ● ●
EFP – End fault protection ● ●
COMTP – Command trip function ● ●
Non-directional definite time over-current
50
protection
OC ● ●
Non-directional inverse time over-current
51
protection
Non-directional definite time earth fault over-
50N
current protection
EF ● ●
Non-directional inverse time earth fault over-
51N
current protection
FS FS Fail-safe function (Voltage check function) – ●
LEDR LED reset ● ●
Gen.
GCNT Counter function ● ●
control
MDCTRL Mode control function ● ●
SPOS Single position device function ● ●
SOFTSW Software switch controller ● ●
OPTR Operation time reset ● ●
Ctrl and TOTALTIM Total time measurement ● ●
monitori INTERLOCK Software interlock ● ●
ng app. DPOS Double position device function ● ●
TPOS Three position device function ● ●
GENBI Event detection function for general BIs ● ●
ASEQ Automatic sequence control function ● ●
†3Note: ‘32’ should be selected in BU, when CU positons G&T are ‘31(†1)’.
†4Note: ‘34’ should be selected in BU, when CU positions G&T are ‘32(†2)’.

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Optional accessories

[Label sheet]
Accessory names Quantity per order Codes
Pocket sheet label for LEDs(White) 10 EP-211-00
Pocket sheet label for function
10 EP-212-00
keys(White)

[Rating jumpers]
Accessory names Quantity per order Codes
Jumpers to change rated current 20 EP-221

[Monitoring plugs]
Accessory names Quantity per order Codes
Plugs for monitoring jacks on the front 4 EP-222

[Rear terminal remover]


Accessory names Quantity per order Codes
Hook tool for detaching rear terminal 1 EP-235

[Mounting kits for 19” size rack]


Accessory names Quantity per order Codes
Joint kits for single 1/3 case 1 set EP-201
Joint kits for two 1/3 cases 1 set EP-202
Joint kits for three 1/3 cases 1 set EP-203
Joint kits for single 1/2 case 1 set EP-204
Joint kits for two 1/2 case 1 set EP-205

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DIMENSION AND PANEL CUT-OUT (1/1 size)

† The (38) means the


height of the VCT terminal.

Unit: mm

(Panel cut-out)

Figure 9 – Dimension and Panel Cut-out – 1/1 x 19” case size (Central Unit)

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DIMENSION AND PANEL CUT-OUT (1/3 size)

† The (38) means the


height of the VCT terminal.

Unit: mm

(Panel cut-out)

Note: Dimensions shown in millimeters.

Figure 10 – Dimension and Panel Cut-out – 1/3 x 19’’ case size (Bay unit)
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DIMENSION AND PANEL CUT-OUT (1/2 size)

† The (38) means the


height of the VCT terminal.

Unit: mm

(Panel cut-out)

Note: Dimensions shown in millimeters.

Figure 11 – Dimension and Panel Cut-out – 1/2 x 19’’ case size (Bay unit)
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CONNECTIONS DIAGRAM (COMPRESSION PLUG TYPE)

BI1 A BO1 A BIO5 A

(+) 1 1 (+) 1
BI1 BO1(*2) BI1
(-) 2 2 (-) 2

(+) 3 3 (+) 3
BI2 BO2(*2) BI2
(-) 4 4 (-) 4

(+) 5 5 (+) 5
BO3(*2) BI3
BI3 6
(-) 6 (+) 6
BI4
(+) 7 7 (-) 7
BI4 BO4(*2)
(-) 8 8 (+) 8
BI5
(+) 9 9 (+) 9
BO5(*2) BI6
BI5
(-) 10 10 (-) 10

(+) 11 11 (+) 11
BI7
BI6 BO6(*2)
(-) 12 12 (+) 12
BI8
(+) 13 13 (+) 13
BI7 BO7 BI9
(-) 14 14 (-) 14

(+) 15 15 15
BI8 BO8 BO1
(-) 16 16 16

(+) 17 17 17
BI9 BO9 BO2
(-) 18 18 18

(+) 21 21 21
BI10 BO10 BO3(SF)
(-) 22 22 22

(+) 23 23 23
BI11 BO11 BO4(SF)
(-) 24 24 24

(+) 25 25 25
BI12 BO12 BO5(SF)
(-) 26 26 26

(+) 27 27 27
BI13 BO13 BO6(SF)
(-) 28 28 28

(+) 29 29 29
BI14 BO14 BO7(SF)
(-) 30 30 30

(+) 31 31 31
BI15 BO15 BO8(SF)
(-) 32 32 32

(+) 33 33
BI16 BO16
(-) 34 34
(+) 35
35 35
BI17 BO17 37
(-) 36
36
(+) 37 36
37 BO9
BI18 38
(-) 38 BO18
38

Figure 12 – Binary input and output board module

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CONNECTIONS DIAGRAM

PWS1 A

2
4

3
FAIL1
1

8
10

9
FAIL2
7

(+) 29
30
DC/DC

(-) 31
32

35

36

37

38
Protective Earth

Figure 13 – DC/DC module

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CONNECTIONS DIAGRAM

CT/VT Module

For CU For CU For BU – 1/3 rack For BU – 1/2 rack


VCT21B VCT21B VCT32B
VCT22B
1 1
VaA VaE
2 2

3 3

4
VbA VbE
4

5 5

6
VcA VcE
6

7 7 7

8
VaB VaF Ia
8 8

9 9 9

10
VbB VbF Ib
10 10

11 11 11

12
VcB VcF Ic
12 12

13 13 13

14
VaC VaG (Not used)
14 14

15 15 15
VbC VbG Ie
16 16 16

17 17 17
18
VcC VcG (Not Used)
18 18
19 19 19

20
VaD VaH Ia
20 20
21 21 21
VbD VbH Ib
22 22 22

23 23 23

VcD VcH Ic
24 24 24

25

26
Ie

30 30 20 30

GRB (1.0) GRB(1.0) GRB(1.0)


GRB(1.0)

Module no.21 Module no.21 Module no.32 Module no.22


(VT x 12) (VT x 12) (CT x 4) (CT x 4)

Figure 14 – CT/VT module

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EXTERNAL CONNECTIONS DIAGRAM

CU (Central Unit) – 1/1 size


C24

[IO#2] [IO#1] [OPT#8] [OPT#7] [OPT#6] [OPT#5] [OPT#4] [OPT#3] [OPT#2] [OPT#1] [VCT#1] [VCT#2]
T3 T2 T1 OP8 OP7 OP6 OP5 OP4 OP3 OP2 OP1 VC1 VC2
PWS1 A BO1 A BI1 A
FEP C21 C11
VCT21B VCT21B
100BASE-TX
1 (+) 1 BU53 BU54 BU55 BU56 BU61 BU62 BU63 BU64 1000BASE-T 1 1
2 BO1(*2) BI1 VaA
2 (-) 2 2 2
VaE
4
3 (+) 3 3
3 3
FAIL1 BO2(*2) BI2
4 (-) 4 4
VbA VbE
1 4
5 (+) 5 BU49 BU50 BU51 BU52 BU57 BU58 BU59 BU60 5 5
BO3(*2) BI3 VcA
6 (-) 6 6 VcE
C12
6
C22
8
10 7 (+) 7 7 7
BO4(*2) BI4 VaB
FAIL2
9 8 (-) 8 8 8
VaF

7 9 (+) 9 9 9
BO5(*2) BI5 VbB
10 (-) 10 BU37 BU38 BU39 BU40 BU45 BU46 BU47 BU48 10 10
VbF

11 (+) 11 11 11
BO6(*2) BI6 VcB
12 (-) 12 12 12
VcF

13 (+) 13 13 13
BU33 BU34 BU35 BU36 BU41 BU42 BU43 BU44
C13
BI7
BO7(*4)
14 (-) 14
C23 14
VaC
14
VaG

15 (+) 15
15 15
BO8(*4) BI8 VbC
16 (-) 16
16 VbG
16
17 (+) 17
17 17
BO9(*4) BI9 VcC
18 (-) 18
18 18
VcG

21 (+) 21 19 19
BI10
BU21 BU22 BU23 BU24 BU29 BU30 BU31 BU32
BO10(*4) (-) 22 VaD VaH
22 20 20
(+) 23
C14
23 21
C24
21
BO11(*4) BI11 VbD VbH
24 (-) 24 22 22
CPU-FEP CPU-FEP
(+) 25
25 BU17 BU18 BU19 BU20 BU25 BU26 BU27 BU28 23 23
BO12(*4) BI12 TX TX VcD VcH
26 (-) 26 24 24

27 (+) 27

BO13(*4) BI13 RX RX
28 (-) 28
(+) 29
29 (+) 29
30
DC/DC BO14(*4) BI14
30 (-) 30
BU5 BU6 BU7 BU8 BU13 BU14 BU15 BU16
(-) 31 31
(+) 31 C25 C15
32 BO15(*4) BI15
32 (-) 32 30 30
35
(+) 33
33
(*)36 BO16(*4)
34 (-) 34
BI16
BU1 BU2 BU3 BU4 BU9 BU10 BU11 BU12
37
(+) 35
38 35
BO17(*4) BI17
(-) 36
36
(+) 37
37
FG
BI18
BO18(*4) (-) 38
38

(*)
(*) (*)
●FG ●FGE ●FG1 ●FG2
●FGA E●
(*)This connection is connected by green earth wire before (CASE EARTH)
shipment.

Figure 15 – Typical external connection diagram (VCT: No.21B x 2, IO: BI1A, BO1A )

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EXTERNAL CONNECTIONS DIAGRAM

BU (Bay Unit) – 1/3 size


[IO#1] [VCT#1]
T2 T1 VC1
PWS1 A BIO3 A VCT32B

(+) 1 C11
2 BI1 100BASE-TX
(-) 2
4
(+) 3
3
FAIL1 BI2
(-) 4
1
(+) 5
BI3
(-) 6
8
10 (+) 7 7
BI4 Ia
9 (-) 8 8
FAIL2
7 (+) 9
C12 9
BI5 Ib
(-) 10 10

(+) 11 11
BI6 Ic
(-) 12 12

(+) 13
BI7
(-) 14

15
C13
(+) 15
BI8 Ie
(-) 16 16
CU
Communication

RX
21
BO1(*1)
22

23 TX
BO2(*1)
24

25 C14
BO3(*1)
26

27
BO4(*1)
28
(+) 29
29
30
DC/DC BO5(*1)
30

(-) 31 31
32 BO6(*1)
32 20
35

36
33 C15
(*) BO7(*4)
34
37

38 35
37

36
BO8(*5)
FG
38

(*)
●FG1
(*)

●FG E●
(*)This connection is connected by green earth wire before shipment. (CASE EARTH)

Figure 16 – Typical external connection diagram (VCT: No.32B, IO: BIO3A )

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EXTERNAL CONNECTIONS DIAGRAM

BU (Bay Unit) – 1/2 size


[IO#3] [IO#2] [IO#1] [VCT#1]
T4 T3 T2 T1 VC1
PWS1 A BIO3 A BO1 A BI1 A VCT22B

(+) 1 1 (+) 1
C11
2 BI1 BO1(*2) BI1 100BASE-TX
(-) 2 2 (-) 2
4
(+) 3 3 (+) 3
3
FAIL1 BI2 BO2(*2) BI2
(-) 4 4 (-) 4
1
(+) 5 5 (+) 5
BI3 BO3(*2) BI3
(-) 6 6 (-) 6
8
10 (+) 7 7 (+) 7
BI4 BO4(*2) BI4
FAIL2
9 (-) 8 8 (-) 8
C12
7 (+) 9 9 (+) 9

BI5 BO5(*2) BI5


(-) 10 10 (-) 10

(+) 11 11 (+) 11

BI6 BO6(*2) BI6


(-) 12 12 (-) 12

(+) 13 13 (+) 13

BI7 BO7(*4) BI7


(-) 14 14 (-) 14

(+) 15
BI8 BO8(*4)
15 (+) 15
BI8
C13
(-) 16 16 (-) 16
CU
17 (+) 17 Communication
BO9(*4) BI9
18 (-) 18

(+) 21 RX
21 21 19
BO1(*1) BO10(*4) BI10 Ia
22 22 (-) 22 20

23 23 (+) 23 TX 21
BO2(*1) BO11(*4) BI11 Ib
24 24 (-) 24 22

25 25 (+) 25
C14 23

BO3(*1) BO12(*4) (-) 26


BI12 Ic
26 26 24

27 27 (+) 27 25

BO4(*1) BO13(*4) BI13 Ie


28 28 (-) 28 26
(+) 29
29 29 (+) 29
30
DC/DC BO5(*1) BO14(*4) BI14
30 30 (-) 30

(-) 31 31 (+) 31
31
32 BO6(*1) BO15(*4) BI15
32 32 (-) 32 30
35
33 33
(+) 33 C15
(*) 36
BO7(*4) BO16(*4) (-) 34
BI16
34 34
37
(+) 35
38 35 35
37 BO17(*4) BI17
(-) 36
36
36 (+) 37
BO8(*5) 37
FG
38 BI18
BO18(*4) (-) 38
38

(*)
(*)
●FG1
E●
●FG
(CASE EARTH)
(*)This connection is connected by green earth wire before shipment.

Figure 17 – Typical external connection diagram (VCT: No.22B, IO: BI1A, BO1A, BIO3A )

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