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SICAM PAS
Substation Automation System
Function overview

System architecture
• Modular and scalable hardware and
software
• Open system thanks to standards
• User-friendly due to Windows operat-

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ing system
• Real-time data system
• Flexible, graphical configuration of
automation
• Embedded industry platform
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System features
• Real time changes in the configuration
through database access
Fig. 14/1 • Unrestricted access to information
SICAM PAS
Substation automation system
• Monitoring and controlling switchgears
via Web interface
• Substation control features, e.g. bay
Description blocking, telecontrol blocking, security
authority, time synchronization,
SICAM PAS (Power Automation System)
• Process visualization with
meets all the demands made of a distri-
buted substation control system – both SICAM PAS CC
now and in the future. Amongst many • Evaluation of measured and metered
other standardized communication proto- values with SICAM Valpro
cols SICAM PAS supports the new stand- • Archiving of fault recordings of protec-
ard IEC 61850 in the substation for com-
tion units with SICAM Recpro
municating with the bay devices. SICAM
PAS is an open system and besides provid- • Testing and diagnostic functions
ing standardized data transfer processes, it • OPC interface for connection to auto-
features user interfaces for the integration mation world
of system-specific tasks and offers multiple
automation possibilities.
• IEC 61850 leading technology

SICAM PAS can thus be integrated with Protocols


ease in existing systems and can be used for
system integration too. With modern diag- SICAM PAS supports the following
nostics, it optimally supports commission- communication protocols (optionally
ing and maintenance. available):

SICAM PAS is clearly structured and reli- • Control center connection


able, thanks to its open, fully documented IEC 60870-5-101, IEC 60870-5-104,
and tested system. DNP V3.00 (serial and “over IP”),
TG8979, CDT
• Open data exchange
OPC server, OPC client
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• IED and substation connection
IEC 61850,
IEC 60870-5-101,
IEC 60870-5-103,
IEC 60870-5-104,
DNP V3.00 (serial and “over IP”),
PROFIBUS FMS,
PROFIBUS DP,
MODBUS,
SINAUT LSA-ILSA

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Description/Application

System overview, application and


functionality of SICAM PAS
• SICAM PAS is an energy automation
solution; its system architecture makes it
scalable.
• SICAM PAS is suitable for operating a
substation not only from one single sta-
tion computer (station unit), but also in
combination with other SICAM PAS sys-
tems or station control units. Communi-
cation in this network is based on a
powerful Ethernet LAN.
• SICAM PAS for safe substation automa-
tion based on robust hardware compo-
nents (non-rotating components) and
an embedded operating system.
• With its features and its modular expand-
ability, SICAM PAS covers a broad range
of applications and supports distributed Fig. 14/2
system configurations. A distributed Typical SICAM PAS configuration
SICAM PAS system operates simulta- IEDs are connected to the station unit with IEC 61850 and various other protocols
neously on several computers. (IEC 60870-5-103, IEC 60870-5-101, PROFIBUS FMS and PROFIBUS DP). The station unit communicate
with the higher-level system control center by means of IEC 60870-5-104.
• SICAM PAS can use existing hardware
components and communication stan-
dards as well as their connections.
• SICAM PAS controls and registers the SICAM PAS works on PC-compatible SICAM PAS CC is used for process visu-
process data for all devices of a substation, hardware with the Microsoft Windows alization. Specifically designed for energy
within the scope of the data transfer pro- 2000, Windows XP Professional and Win- automation, it assists in optimization of
tocols supported. dows XP Embedded and Windows 2003 operations management. It provides a
• SICAM PAS is a communication gateway. Server operating systems. The advantages quick introduction to the subject matter
This is why only one single data connec- of this platform are low hardware and and a clearly arranged display of the sys-
tion to a higher-level system control cen- software costs, ease of operation, tem’s operating states.
ter is required. scalability, flexibility and constantly
• SICAM PAS enables integration of a fully SICAM PAS CC is based on SIMATIC
available support.
graphical process visualization system WinCC, well-known in industrial auto-
directly in the substation. With the powerful real-time data distri- mation worldwide.
bution system, applications can be allo-
• SICAM PAS simplifies installation and To facilitate incident analysis, the fault
cated among several computers, thus
parameterization of new devices, thanks recordings from protection units are
boosting performance, connectivity and
to its intuitive user interface. retrieved and archived automatically
availability.
• SICAM PAS is notable for its online during operation. This is supported by
parameter setting features, particularly A system stores and organizes the data- the IEC 61850 and PROFIBUS FMS
when the system has to be expanded. base (e.g. configuration data, administra- (SIPROTEC 4) protocols, or the
There are no generation times, and there tive status data, etc.). IEC 60870-5-103 protection units proto-
is no need for loading into a target system col. SICAM Recpro is used for archiving
The device master function for commu-
(unless configuration is performed on a and navigation in the fault recording ar-
nication with Intelligent Electronic
separate engineering PC). chive. Fault recordings are visualized
Devices (IEDs) supports a large number
• SICAM PAS features integrated testing and of well-established protocols.
with Comtrade View (included with
diagnostic functions. SICAM Recpro). Alternatively, SIGRA 4
• Its user-friendliness, its operator control The SICAM PAS data normalization can also be used.
14 logic, its orientation to the Windows function allows such conversions as mea-
world and its open structure ideally suit surement filtering, threshold calculation
users’ requirements. and linear characteristics.

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Communication Automatic dialing is also supported for the System control center connections,
connection of substations with this protocol. distributed process connection and process
Device interfaces and visualization
SICAM PAS can establish the dial-up con-
communication protocols
nection to the substation either cyclically or SICAM PAS operates on the basis of Win-
In a substation that you configure and op- as required (e.g. for command output). By dows 2000, Windows XP Professional and
erate with SICAM PAS, you can use vari- contrast, the substation can also establish a Windows XP Embedded. This means that
ous types of protection units, IEDs, bay connection cyclically or in event-triggered the extensive support which 2000/XP offers
control units, measured-value recorders mode. for modern communication protocols is
and telecontrol units from a wide range of also available with SICAM PAS.
Analog or ISDN modems can be used. A
manufacturers. SICAM PAS was conceived for easy and fast
GSM modem can also be used in the sub-
integration of conventional protocols.
SICAM PAS offers a large number of com- station.
Contact Siemens if you have any questions
mercially available communication proto-
Several modems are supported for com- about integration of user-specific protocols.
cols for recording data from various de-
munication with substations. Even if the
vices and through differing communication The standardized telecontrol protocols
‘standard modem’ is already in use, other
channels. Subsequent expansion is easy. IEC 60870-5-101, IEC 60870-5-104 and
substations remain accessible.
DNP V3.00 (which is also used throughout
Available protocols
IEC 60870-5-104 (Master) the world) are supported for the purpose
These communication protocols and device of linking up to higher-level system control
Furthermore, connection of substations centers.
drivers can be obtained as optional addi-
is also supported by the TCP/IP-based
tions to the standard scope of SICAM PAS.
IEC 60870-5-104 protocol. Asymmetric encryption enables tap-proof
IEC 61850 DNP V3.00 communication via TCP/IP
PROFIBUS DP connection to higher-level control centers.
IEC 61850 is the communication standard
PROFIBUS DP is a highly powerful field Distributed process connection in the sub-
for interconnecting the devices at the bay
bus protocol based on the token passing station is possible thanks to the SICAM
and station control levels on the basis of
method. For example, it is used for indus- PAS Device Interface Processor (DIP).
Ethernet. IEC 61850 supports the direct
trial automation and for automating the
exchange of data between IEDs, thus en-
supply of electricity and gas. SICAM PAS can also be set up on comput-
abling switching interlocks across bays in-
ers networked with TCP/IP. Here, one
dependently of the station control unit, for PROFIBUS DP serves to interface multi- computer performs the task of the so-
example. functional measuring instruments such as called full server. Up to six other comput-
PROFIBUS FMS SIMEAS P (I, V, P, Q, p.f. (cos ϕ)) or, for ers can be used as DIPs. With this architec-
example, to connect ET200 components ture, the system can be adapted to the
Most SIPROTEC 4 bay controllers and for gathering messages and for simple topological situation and its performance
protection units can be connected to the commands. Messages, for example, can be also boosted.
SICAM PAS station unit with PROFIBUS derived from the signaling contacts of fuse
FMS. Many of the functional aspects stan- switch-disconnectors. SICAM PAS allows use of the SICAM PAS CC
dardized in IEC 61850 have been antici- process visualization system for central
pated in this communication platform. For simple applications that do not need process control and monitoring.
functions like time synchronization and fault
IEC 60870-5-103 recording transfer, etc., SIPROTEC 4 units For industrial applications, it is easy to
can also be interfaced via PROFIBUS DP. configure an interface to process visualiza-
Protection units, IEDs, bay control units,
tion systems via OPC (object linking and
measured- value recorders and trans- IEDs and substations can also be con- embedding for process control).
former controllers from many manufac- nected with DNP V3.00 (serial and SICAM PAS can be configured as an OPC
turers support the IEC 60870-5-103 “over IP”) and MODBUS. server or as an OPC client.
protocol and can therefore be connected
ILSA Protocol The SICAM PAS process variables – avail-
directly to SICAM PAS.
able with the OPC server – can be read and
IEC 60870-5-101 (master) Communication via the ILSA protocol is a written with OPC clients working either on
highlight of SICAM PAS system. Existing the same device or on one networked by
The IEC 60870-5-101 protocol is generally LSA central devices can be used without TCP/IP. This mechanism enables, for ex-
used to connect telecontrol units. changing of configuration on bay level. ample, communication with another pro-
The ‘balanced’ and ‘unbalanced’ traffic A future-proof extension with IEC 61850 cess visualization system.
modes are supported. is possible. The OPC server is included in the basic 14
system.
The OPC client can read and write data
from other OPC servers. Typical applica-
tions are data exchange with another
SICAM PAS station unit, and the connec-
tion of SIMATIC programmable control-
lers.
The OPC client is available as an optional
package.

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Automation

SICAM Diamond
SICAM Diamond can be used to monitor
the system interfaces, to indicate switching
device states (and up-to-date measured
values), and also for further diagnostic
purposes.
SICAM Diamond features an event list and
enables the issue of switching commands.
SICAM Diamond allows access to data
with a Web browser (Microsoft Internet
Explorer), either on the same computer or
from a Web client.
I addition to this, a fault recording archive
created with SICAM Recpro can be accessed
via the intranet/Internet using SICAM
Diamond for visualization, analysis and
downloading of the fault recordings.
In other words:
Fig. 14/3
SICAM PAS permits data access with Typical redundant configuration: The station unit and the HMI server are based on a redundant
Web-based programs. structure to boost availability
Further station control aspects
SICAM PAS features bay blocking and
telecontrol blocking functions.
The telecontrol blocking function can also
be configured for specific channels so as to
prevent the transfer of information to one
particular control center during operation,
while transfer continues with other control
centers. The bay blocking and telecontrol
blocking functions act in both the signaling
and the command directions.
Channel-specific switching authority also
makes it possible to distinguish between
local control (SICAM PAS CC) and remote
control for the switching direction, but
also between control center connections.
Circuit-breakers can be controlled in
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synchronized/unsynchronized mode.

Automation tasks
Fig. 14/4 Process visualization with SICAM PAS CC
can be configured in SICAM PAS with the
CFC (Continuous Function Chart), which Redundancy Scope of information
conforms to IEC 61131. In this editor, The SICAM PAS station unit can be used The amount of information to be
tasks are configured graphically by wiring in a duplicate configuration to further processed by SICAM PAS is essentially
function blocks. SICAM PAS comes with boost the availability of the station control determined by the following factors:
an extensive library of CFC function level (see Fig. 14/3). This duplication is
blocks, developed and system-tested spe- • Computer network concept
possible with IEDs or substation devices
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(multiple-computer network or
single-station system)
Applications range from generation of with two masters (PROFIBUS FMS,
IEC 60870-5-101) or clients (IEC 61850). • Performance data of the hardware used
simple group indications through switch-
ing interlocks to complex switching se- • Performance data of the network
A redundant structure is also possible for • Size of the database (RDBMS)
quences. process visualisation with SICAM PAS CC
• Rate of change of values
Namely creation of switching sequences and fault-record archiving with SICAM
Recpro as shown in Fig. 14/3. With a distributed PAS system using a
are supported by the SFC Editor
full server and up to 6 DIPs a maximum
(Sequential Function Chart).
of 350 IEDs and 20,000 data points can
be supported.

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Process Visualization SICAM Recpro supports automatic retrieval Configuration


and archiving of fault recordings from protec-
Process visualization with SICAM PAS CC tion units connected with IEC 60870-5-103, Overview of the operator control
(see also Fig. 14/4) PROFIBUS FMS and IEC 61850. philosophy and user interface
In the operation of a substation, SICAM PAS SICAM PAS CC is based on SIMATIC The SICAM PAS user interface is based on
is used for configuration purposes and as a WinCC, which has advanced to become customary Windows technology, which
powerful data concentrator. SICAM PAS CC both the industrial standard and the mar- enables you to navigate in the familiar Win-
serves as the process visualization system. ket leader in Europe. It has the following dows environment both when configuring
impressive features: the system and during ongoing operation.
Several independent SICAM PAS CC serv-
ers can be connected to one SICAM PAS. • Multilingual capability The system distinguishes between configu-
Connection of redundant servers is also • All operation and monitoring functions ration and operation of a substation. In
supported. SICAM PAS CC supports the on-board. SICAM PAS, these two tasks are firmly
connection of several SICAM PAS systems. These include not only the graphics sys- separated by two independent programs.
In the signal lists, the original time stamps tem for plant displays and the signaling The SICAM PAS UI – Configuration
are logged in ms resolution as they occur in and archiving system for alarms and mea- program is used to create and edit a
the devices. With every signal, a series of sured values, but also a reporting and project-specific configuration. To enhance
additional data is also presented to provide logging system. Further advantages are clarity, four views are distinguished:
information about causes (spontaneous, integrated user administration, along with − Configuration
the granting and checking of access rights
command), event sources (close range, lo- − Mapping
for configuration and runtime operations.
cal, remote), etc. Besides process signals, − System topology
command signals are also logged. • Easy and efficient configuration
Configuration is assisted by dialogs, − Device templates
IndustrialX-Controls are used to control wizards and extensive libraries. A common feature of all views is that they
and monitor switchgear. These switching • Consistently scalable, even via the Web have an Explorer window that shows the
device objects support four different forms In conformity with requirements, the system configuration in a clearly arranged
of presentation (IEC, DIN, SINAUT LSA, bandwidth ranges from simple single-user tree structure. As in the Windows Explorer,
SICAM) for circuit-breakers and discon- station through to distributed multi-user you can open individual levels of this tree
nectors. It is also possible to create bitmaps systems with redundant servers and structure to work in them. Meanwhile, you
(defined for a specific project) to represent multi-site solutions with Web clients. can close other levels to improve clarity.
switching devices, and to link them to the
• Open standards for easy integration
objects. For informative visualization, not Depending on the level you are currently
Using any external tools, archived data
only nominal and spontaneous flashing are navigating in and the component you have
can be accessed through a series of open
supported, but also the display of various chosen, in the context menu (right mouse
interfaces (such as SQL and ODBC) for
device and communication states (e.g. up- button) SICAM PAS offers you precisely
further editing.
to-date/not up-to-date, bay and telecontrol those program functions that are currently
Manufacturer-independent communication
blocking, etc.). appropriate.
with lower-level controllers (or with appli-
Measured values and switching device states cations such as MS Excel) is supported with You work through the necessary steps in
that are not continuously updated due to, OPC (OLE for Process Control). the data window on the right. Here, you set
e.g., device or communication failure or bay Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), parameters, select information and define
blocking, may be updated directly via the VBScript or ANSI-C create an ideal scope assignments to a user-specific, process-
operation panel with SICAM PAS CC. for project-specific solutions. oriented system topology.
• Expandable with options and add-ons The user interface is uncomplicated and
In conjunction with the SICAM PAS station
unit, the switching devices can be controlled − WinCC/Dat@Monitor structured according to the task definition,
either directly or with “select before operate”. serves to display and evaluate current pro- so as to enable intuitive working and to
cess states and historical data on office PCs, simplify changes. The user interface assists
When visualizing the process by single-line using standard tools such as the Microsoft the editing process by displaying parameter
images, topological coloring can be used. Internet Explorer or Microsoft Excel descriptions and messages when incorrect
The WinCC Add-on SIMATIC Web navi- − WinCC/Web Navigator parameters are entered.
gator can be used for control and monitor- is an option with SIMATIC WinCC for
controlling and monitoring systems over In the tabular views for information
ing via the Internet. assignment and allocation to the system
the Internet, a company Intranet or a LAN
topology, configuration is made easy by 14
SICAM Valpro can be used to evaluate − WinCC/Connectivity Pack
measured and metered values. It not only extensive sorting and filtering mechanisms,
The functions of the two OPC servers
allows a graphical and a tabular display of multiple choices and Drag & Drop.
HDA and A&E, and of the WinCC
archived values, but also enables subse- OLE-DB provider are ensured by the To ensure data consistency and to avoid
quent evaluation functions such as min- WinCC/Connectivity Pack. redundant data input, SICAM PAS UI
ima, maxima and averages (on an hourly
− FunkServerPro provides extensive import and export
or daily basis). functions for the exchange of configura-
With the aid of FunkServerPro, messages
from the WinCC signaling system can be tion data, e.g. with the bay control level
forwarded automatically to radio call re- and with process visualization.
ceivers.

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Test und Diagnosis

The SICAM PAS UI – Operation program


features a series of editing and diagnostics
views for monitoring and controlling a
substation.
In the Operation Manager, you check and
control the states of individual data con-
nections.
In the SCADA Value Viewer you can see
incoming values in a clearly arranged form
and perform operator control actions for
test purposes.
Security can be boosted by applying “user
administration” for the SICAM PAS UI
Configuration, UI Operation and Value

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Viewer programs. User administration
supports user-rights contexts with pre-
defined rights and password protection. Fig. 14/5
SICAM PAS UI Configuration

Configuration

System requirements
• Hardware comprising:
− Pentium processor III ≥ 800 MHz
− Main memory ≥ 512 Mbytes
− Hard disk capacity ≥ 512 Mbytes
− Graphics card for recommended reso-
lution of ≥ 1024 x 768
− Color monitor matching the graphics card
− DVD-ROM drive
− Keyboard
− Mouse
− Parallel printer interface
− Network adapter for LAN/WAN connection
− Interface cards for connection of IEDs SIP067b-en.tif
– SIMATIC CP5613/14 for connecting
units with PROFIBUS DP interfaces
– e.g. Rocket Port COM Fig. 14/6
Expander for serial connection of units SICAM PAS UI Operation
with IEC 80670-5-103 interfaces, etc.
• Operating system for SICAM PAS
– Microsoft Windows 2000
– Microsoft Windows 2003 Server
– Microsoft Windows XP Professional
– Microsoft Windows XP Embedded.
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SICAM PAS CC:
– Microsoft Windows 2000
– Microsoft Windows 2003 Server
– Microsoft Windows XP Professional
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Fig. 14/7
SICAM PAS Value Viewer

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Selection and ordering data Description Order No.


Hardware
SICAM PAS station unit 6MD9101–ooooo–ooAo
SICAM PAS station unit V2 based on industrial mobile processor 19" rack system,
fanless operation, without moving components.
CPU: Yonah M processor, 1.87 GHz
2 GB RAM, 2 x 2 GB Flash, 4 external USB, 2 internal USB,
2 x Gbit Ethernet RJ45, 1 serial port, status LEDs.
Redundant power supplies, switchover without reboot.
Monitored by SNMP, HW Watchdog,
Temperature/voltage monitoring, live contact
Windows XP Embedded service pack 2
SICAM PAS software pre-installed, without license / dongle
SICAM PAS license / dongle (USB-version) must be ordered separately.
Power supply
Primary power supply
24 – 60 V DC 1
110 – 230 V AC / DC 2
Secondary power supply
without A
24 – 60 V DC B
110 – 230 V AC / DC C

Storage medium / operating system


2 x 2 GB compact flash cards with Windows XP Embedded A 1
Language of operating system and SICAM PAS software
German 1
English 2
Function
Full server 1
Device interface processor 2
PCI adapter
without PCI adapter A
with PCI adapter B
Guarantee extension
2 years guarantee 0
3 years guarantee 1
1)
Software
SICAM PAS
Basic system includes:
SICAM PAS UI – Operation
SICAM PAS UI – Configuration (depending on the variant ordered)
SCADA Value Viewer
OPC-Server
SNMP Manager
SNTP for time synchronization
Real-time data distribution system
Sybase SQL database
The following variants of the basic system are available:
"Full Server" (Runtime & Configuration) basic component 6MD9000-oAA00-6AA0
as a single-user system or as the central component in a distributed system
“Full Server” (Runtime) basic component 6MD9000-oAA10-6AA0
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“Full Server” (Configuration) basic component 6MD9000-oAA20-6AA0
Configuration Upgrade for one “Full Server” (Runtime) 6MD9000-oAA23-6AA0
Device Interface Processor (DIP) basic component for use as a subordinate 6MD9010-oAA00-6AA0
component in a distributed PAS system (Runtime & Configuration)
Device Interface Processor (DIP; Runtime) basic component 6MD9010-oAA10-6AA0

1) Positions 13 and 16 of the software Basic packages available


Order No. indicate the version. with dongle for parallel printer-interface 0
Version 6.0 is the current version with dongle for USB-interface 1

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Selection and ordering data Description Order No.


Software (continued)
The following option packages are available for SICAM PAS Full Server and DIP:
for connecting SIPROTEC 4 IEDs
IEC 61850 (Client) 6MD9000-0CE00-6AA0
Driver for PROFIBUS FMS 6MD9000-0CB02-6AA0
for connecting devices
(e.g. SIPROTEC 4, SIMEAS P, S7-300, ET 200, etc.)
Driver for PROFIBUS DP 6MD9000-0CB01-6AA0
for connecting IEDs or substations
IEC 60870-5-103 Master 6MD9000-0CB00-6AA0
IEC 60870-5-101 Master 6MD9000-0CD00-6AA0
IEC 60870-5-104 Master 6MD9000-0CD04-6AA0
DNP V3.00 Master (serial and “over IP“) 6MD9000-0CB07-6AA0
MODBUS Master 6MD9000-0CB05-6AA0
SINAUT LSA-ILSA 6MD9000-0CB03-6AA0
for connection to higher-level control centers
IEC 60870-5-101 Slave 6MD9000-0CC00-6AA0
IEC 60870-5-104 Slave 6MD9000-0CC04-6AA0
DNP V3.00 Slave (serial and “over IP“) 6MD9000-0CC07-6AA0
CDT 6MD9000-0CC08-6AA0
TG8979 6MD9000-0CC10-6AA0
Further option packages
Automation SoftPLC (CFC, SFC) 6MD9000-0BA50-6AA0
OPC Client 6MD9000-0BA40-6AA0

SICAM PAS CC
Human Machine Interface
Process visualization
Runtime 6MD550o-0AP00-6AA0
Runtime incl. evaluation applications SICAM Valpro, SICAM Recpro 6MD550o-0BP00-6AA0
Runtime & Configuration 6MD551o-0AP00-6AA0
Runtime & Configuration incl. evaluation applications 6MD551o-0BP00-6AA0
SICAM Valpro, SICAM Recpro
128 tags 1
256 tags 2
1024 tags 3
8000 tags 4
64000 tags 5

User documentation
SICAM PAS – Overview E50417-X8976-C044
SICAM PAS – Installation Manual E50417-M8976-C045
SICAM PAS – Configuration and Operation E50417-P8976-C046
SICAM PAS – Automation Blocks E50417-H8976-C287
SICAM PAS CC – Human Machine Interface E50417-H8976-C284
SICAM Recpro – Fault Record Processing Unit E50417-H8976-C286
SICAM Valpro – Measured/Metered Value Processing Unit E50417-H8976-C285

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SIPROTEC 4 6MD61
IO-Box
Function overview

Application
• Extension of number of inputs and
outputs of bay controller
• Extension of number of inputs and
outputs of protection unit
• Central process connection for
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SICAM PAS
Features
• Standard SIPROTEC hardware for easy

LSP2797.eps
6MD612
configuration with DIGSI
• Full EMC compliance like all other
SIPROTEC devices
• Housing can be used for surface
6MD611 mounting or flush mounting (units are
Fig. 14/8 SIPROTEC 4 always delivered with two mounting
6MD61 IO-Box rails for surface mounting. These rails
can be dismounted for flush mounting)
• Three types with different amount of
Description inputs and outputs available
Monitoring functions
The SIPROTEC 4 IO-Box 6MD61 enables
in a simple, easy way to enhance the num- • Operational measured values
ber of binary inputs and outputs in the (only 6MD612)
switchgear. It can be used directly in the • Energy metering values (only 6MD612)
bay together with other SIPROTEC4 units
and also together with SICAM PAS to serve • Time metering of operating hours
as a central process connection. • Self supervision of relay
The IO-Box is based on the SIPROTEC Communication interfaces
6MD63 and 6MD66 series, so it can be eas- • IEC 61850 Ethernet
ily integrated in systems with other
SIPROTEC 4 units. • IEC 60870-5-103 protocol
• PROFIBUS-FMS
The IO-Box supports a wide range of de-
mand for additional binary inputs (BI) and • PROFIBUS-DP
binary outputs (BO), starting from • Service interface for DIGSI 4 (modem)
20 BI+10 BO and going up to 80 BI+53 BO. • Front interface for DIGSI4
All important standard communication
protocols are supported. With • Time synchronization via IRIG B /
IEC 61850-GOOSE communication, a di- DCF77
rect information interchange with other
SIPROTEC units is possible. For simplifi-
cation and cost reduction, the IO-Box is
available only without automation (CFC),
without keypad and without display.
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Application

The following figures show the most im-


portant applications of the SIPROTEC
IO-Box 6MD61.
The configuration shown in Fig. 14/9 al-
lows direct GOOSE communication be-
tween the SIPROTEC 4 units (6MD66,
7SJ63) and the IO-Boxes, independent of
the substation controller. Of course, this
configuration is also possible without sub-
station controller. The IO-Box is used as
additional digital inputs and measure-
ments (measurements only with 6MD612),
and serves as an additional command out-
put.
The communication between IO-Box and
the substation controller is established by
using the IEC 61850 standard protocol. Fig. 14/9 Configuration with IO-Box in IEC 61850 substation

Fig. 14/10 shows a configuration in which


the IO-Box is used as a central process con-
nection in the cubicle of the substation
controller. For example, cubicle signaling
lamps or a signaling horn are controlled by
the command relays of the IO-Box.
Fig. 14/11 shows the communication for
substations with no Ethernet protocol
used. In this case, all communication lines
go directly to the substation controller. If
information from the IO-Box is used for
switchgear interlocking, the interlocking
logic must be part of the substation con-
troller.

Fig. 14/10 IO-Box as central input/output for SICAM PAS substation controller

14

Fig. 14/11 Direct connection of IO-Boxes and protection relays to substation controller via
standard protocol

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Selection and ordering data Description Order No. Order


code
6MD61 IO-Box 6MD61oo – ¨¨¨¨¨ – 0AA0 ooo

20 binary inputs, 6 command relays, 4 (2) power relays, 1 live status


contact (similar to 6MD634) in 1/2 19'' housing 1
33 binary inputs, 14 command relays, 8 (4) power relays, 1 live status
contact, 2 x 20mA, 3 x V, 4 x I, (similar to 6MD636) in 1/1 19'' housing
80 binary inputs, 53 command relays, 1 live status contact
in 1/1 19'' housing 3

Current transformer: rated current In


no analog measuring 0
1 A 1) 1
5 A 1) 5

Rated auxiliary voltage (power supply, indication voltage)


24 to 48 V DC, threshold binary input 19 V 2
60 V DC, threshold binary input 19 V2) 3
110 V DC, threshold binary input 88 V2) 4
220 to 250 V DC, 115 to 230 V AC, threshold binary input 176 V for
input No. 8-80 for 6MD613 (C-I/O 4), otherwise threshold 88 V2) 5

Unit design
Surface mounting case, without HMI, mounting in low voltage compartment,
screw-type terminals (direct wiring / ring lugs), also usable as flush mounting case F

Region-specific default settings/function and language presettings


Region DE, 50 Hz, language German (changeable) A
Region World, 50/60Hz, language English (GB) (changeable) B
Region USA (ANSI), 60 Hz, language English (US) (changeable) C
Region FR, language French (changeable) D
Region World, 50/60Hz, language Spanish (changeable) E

System interface (on rear of unit, port B)


no system port 0
IEC 60870-5-103 protocol, electrical RS232 1
IEC 60870-5-103 protocol, electrical RS485 2
IEC 60870-5-103 protocol, optical 820 nm, ST connector 3
PROFIBUS-FMS Slave, electrical RS485 4
PROFIBUS-FMS Slave, fiber, double ring, ST connector 6
PROFIBUS DP Slave, electrical RS485 9 L 0 A
PROFIBUS-DP Slave, 820 nm fiber, double ring, ST connectors 9 L 0 B
IEC 61850, 100 BaseT (100 Mbit Ethernet electric, double, RJ45 connector) 9 L 0 R
IEC 61850, 100 Mbit Ethernet, fiber optic, double, ST connectors 9 L 0 S

Function interface (on rear of unit, port C)


no function port 0
DIGSI 4, RS232 1
DIGSI 4, RS485 2
DIGSI 4, 820nm fiber, ST connector 3

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1) Only for position 6 = 2


2) Thresholds can be changed (jumper)
for each binary input between 19 V
and 88 V, for 6MD613 BI No. 8-80
also to 176 V.

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Connection diagram

Fig. 14/12 Connection diagram

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Connection diagram

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Fig. 14/13 Connection diagram

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Connection diagram

Fig. 14/14 Connection diagram, part 1;


continued on the following page
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Connection diagram

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Fig. 14/15 Connection diagram


part 2

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14 Substation Automation / 6MD63

SIPROTEC 4 6MD63
Bay Control Unit
Function overview

Application
• Optimized for connection to
three-position disconnectors
• Switchgear interlocking interface
• Suitable for redundant master station
• Automation can be configured easily by
graphic means with CFC
Control functions
• Number of switching devices only lim-
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ited by number of available inputs and


outputs
• Position of switching elements is shown
on the graphic display
Fig. 14/16
SIPROTEC 4 • Local/remote switching via key switch
6MD63 bay control unit • Command derivation from an indication
• 4 freely assignable function keys to
speed up frequently recurring operator
actions
Description • Switchgear interlocking isolator/c.-b.
The 6MD63 bay control unit is a flexible, • Key-operated switching authority
easy-to-use control unit. It is optimally • Feeder control diagram
tailored for medium-voltage applications
• Measured-value acquisition
but can also be used in high-voltage
substations. • Signal and command indications
The 6MD63 bay control unit has the • P, Q, cos ϕ (power factor) and
same design (look and feel) as the other meter-reading calculation
protection and combined units of the • Event logging
SIPROTEC 4 relay series. Configuration is • Switching statistics
also performed in a standardized way with
the easy-to-use DIGSI 4 configuration tool . Monitoring functions
For operation, a large graphic display with • Operational measured values
a keyboard is available. The important • Energy metering values
operating actions are performed in a • Time metering of operating hours
simple and intuitive way, e.g. alarm list dis-
play or switchgear control. The operator • Slave pointer
panel can be mounted separately from the • Self-supervision of relay
relay, if required. Thus, flexibility with re-
Communication interfaces
gard to the mounting position of the unit
is ensured. • System interface
– IEC 61850 Ethernet
Integrated key-operated switches control
the switching authority and authorization – IEC 60870-5-103 protocol
for switching without interlocking. – PROFIBUS-FMS
– DNP 3.0 14
– PROFIBUS-DP
– MODBUS
– Service interface for DIGSI 4
(modem)/temperature detection
(thermo-box)
– Front interface for DIGSI 4
– Time synchronization via
IRIG-B/DCF 77

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Selection and ordering data Description Order No. Order code


6MD63 bay control unit with local control 6MD63¨o ¨¨¨¨¨ ¨AA0 ¨¨¨
Housing, binary inputs (BI) and outputs (BO), measuring transducer
Housing ½ 19”, 11 BI, 8 BO, 1 live status contact 1
Housing ½ 19”, 24 BI, 11 BO, 4 power relays, 1 live status contact 2
Housing ½ 19”, 20 BI, 11 BO, 2 measuring transducer inputs,
4 power relays, 1 live status contact 3
Housing ½ 19”, 20 BI, 6 BO, 4 power relays, 1 live status contact 4 1)
Housing 1/1 19”, 37 BI, 14 BO, 8 power relays, 1 live status contact 5
Housing 1/1 19”, 33 BI, 14 BO, 2 measuring transducer inputs,
8 power relays, 1 live status contact 6
Housing ½ 19”, 33 BI, 9 BO, 8 power relays, 1 live status contact 7 1)

Current transformer In
No analog measured variables 0
1 A2) 1
5 A2) 5

Rated auxiliary voltage (power supply, indication voltage)


24 to 48 V DC, threshold binary input 19 V3) 2
60 to 125 V DC4), threshold binary input 19 V3) 4
110 to 250 V DC4), 115 to 230 V AC, threshold binary input 88 V3) 5

Unit design
For panel surface mounting, plug-in terminal, detached operator panel A
For panel surface mounting, 2-tier terminal, top/bottom B
For panel surface mounting, screw-type terminal, detached operator panel C
For panel flush mounting, plug-in terminal (2/3 pin AMP connector) D
For panel flush mounting, screw-type terminal
(direct connection/ring-type cable lugs) E
For panel surface mounting, screw-type terminal
(direct connection / ring-type cable lugs), without HMI F
For panel surface mounting, plug-in terminal without HMI G

Region-specific default settings/function versions and language settings


Region DE, 50 Hz, IEC, language: German, changeable A
Region World, 50/60 Hz, IEC/ANSI, language: English (GB), changeable B
Region US, 60 Hz, ANSI, language: English (US), changeable C
Region FR, IEC/ANSI, language: French, changeable D
Region World, IEC/ANSI, language: Spanish, changeable E

System interface (on rear of unit/Port B )


No system port 0
IEC 60870-5-103 protocol, electrical RS232 1
IEC 60870-5-103 protocol, electrical RS485 2
IEC 60870-5-103 protocol, 820 nm fiber optic, ST connector 3
PROFIBUS-FMS Slave, electrical RS485 4
PROFIBUS-FMS Slave, fiber optic, single ring, ST connector5) 5
PROFIBUS-FMS Slave, fiber optic, double ring, ST connector5) 6
PROFIBUS-DP Slave, RS485 9 L 0 A
PROFIBUS-DP Slave, 820 nm fiber optic, double ring, ST connector5) 9 L 0 B
MODBUS, RS485 9 L 0 D
MODBUS, 820 nm fiber optic, ST connector5) 9 L 0 E
1) Only for position 7 = 0
DNP 3.0, RS485 9 L 0 G
DNP 3.0, 820 nm fiber optic, ST connector5) 9 L 0 H
14 2) Rated current can be selected by
IEC 61850, 100 Mbit Ethernet, electrical, double, RJ45 connector 9 L 0 R
means of jumpers.
IEC 61850, 100 Mbit Ethernet, optical, double, ST connector5) 9 L 0 S
3) The binary input thresholds can be
selected in two stages by means of DIGSI 4/modem interface (on rear of unit/Port C)
jumpers. No port on rear side 0
4) Transition between the two auxiliary DIGSI 4, electrical RS232 1
voltage ranges can be selected by DIGSI 4, electrical RS485 2
means of jumpers.
DIGSI 4, optical 820 nm, ST connector 3
5) Not with position 9 = “B”; if 9 = “B”;
please order 6MD6 unit with RS485 Measuring
port and separate fiber-optic con- Basic metering (current, voltage) 0
verter. Slave pointer, mean values, min/max values only for position 7= 1 and 5 2
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14 Substation Automation / 6MD66

SIPROTEC 4 6MD66
High-Voltage Bay Control Unit
Function overview

Application
• Integrated synchro-check for
synchronized closing of the
circuit-breaker
• Automation can be configured easily by
graphic means with CFC
• Flexible, powerful measured-value
processing

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• Connection for 4 voltage transformers,
3 current transformers, two 20 mA
transducers
• Volume of signals for high voltage
• Up to 14 1 ½-pole circuit-breakers can be
operated
Fig. 14/17 SIPROTEC 4 • Up to 11 2-pole switching devices can
6MD66 high-voltage bay control unit be operated
• Up to 65 indication inputs,
up to 45 command relays
Description • Can be supplied with 3 volumes of
signals as 6MD662 (35 indications,
The 6MD66 high-voltage bay control unit 25 commands), 6MD663 (50 indications,
is the control unit for high voltage bays 35 commands) or 6MD664 (65 indica-
from the SIPROTEC 4 relay series. Because
tions, 45 commands); number of
of its integrated functions, it is an opti-
mum, low-cost solution for high-voltage measured values is the same
switchbays. • Switchgear interlocking
The 6MD66 high-voltage bay control unit • Inter-relay communication with other
also has the same design (look and feel) as devices of the 6MD66 series, even
the other protection and combined units without a master station interface with
of the SIPROTEC 4 relay series. Configura- higher level control and protection
tion is performed in a standardized way • Suitable for redundant master station
with the easy-to-use DIGSI 4 configuration
tool. • Display of operational measured values
V, I, P, Q, S, f, cos ϕ (power factor)
For operation, a large graphic display with
(single and three-phase measurement)
a keyboard is available. The important
operating actions are performed in a • Limit values for measured values
simple and intuitive way, e.g. alarm list dis- • Can be supplied in a standard housing
play or switchgear control. The operator for cubicle mounting or with a separate
panel can be mounted separately from the display for free location of the operator
unit, if required. Thus, flexibility with re-
elements
gard to the mounting position of the unit
is ensured. Integrated key-operated • 4 freely assignable function keys to speed
switches control the switching authority up frequently recurring operator actions
and authorization for switching without
interlocking. High-accuracy measurement
Communication interfaces 14
(± 0.5 %) for voltage, current and calcu- • System interface
lated values P and Q are another feature of – IEC 61850 Ethernet
the unit. – IEC 60870-5-103 protocol
– PROFIBUS-FMS/-DP
– Service interface for DIGSI 4 (modem)
– Front interface for DIGSI 4
– Time synchronization via IRIG B/DCF 77

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Functions

Communication
With regard to communication between
components, particular emphasis is placed
on the SIPROTEC 4 functions required for
energy automation.

• Every data item is time-stamped at its


source, i.e. where it originates.
• Information is marked according to
where it originates from (e.g. if a com-
mand originates “local” or “remote”)
• The feedback to switching processes is
allocated to the commands.
• Communication processes the transfer
of large data blocks, e.g. file transfers,
independently. Fig. 14/18 Connection diagram of the switching devices (circuit-breaker 2 poles closed,
• For the reliable execution of a com- 1 pole open; disconnector/earthing switch 1½ pole)
mand, the relevant signal is first ac-
knowledged in the unit executing the
command. A check-back indication is
issued after the command has been en-
abled (i.e. interlocking check, target =
actual check) and executed.
In addition to the communication inter-
faces on the rear of the unit, which are
equipped to suit the customer’s require-
ments, the front includes an RS232 inter-
face for connection of DIGSI. This is used
for quick diagnostics as well as for the
loading of parameters. DIGSI 4 can read
out and represent the entire status of the
unit online, thus making diagnostics and
documentation more convenient. It is in
principle possible to implement other
communication protocols upon request.

Control
The bay control units of the 6MD66 series
have command outputs and indication Fig. 14/19 2-pole connection diagram of circuit-breakers and disconnectors
inputs that are particularly suited to the
requirements of high-voltage technology.
As an example, the 2-pole control of a
switching device is illustrated (see Fig. A possible method to connect the switch-
14/18). In this example, two poles of the ing devices to the bay control unit 6MD66
circuit-breaker are closed and 1 pole is is shown in Fig 14/20. There it is shown
open. All other switching devices how three switching devices Q0, Q1, and
14 (disconnectors, earthing switches) are Q2 are connected using 1½ pole control.
closed and open in 1½-pole control.
A maximum of 14 switching devices can
be controlled in this manner.
A complete 2-pole control of all switching
devices (see Fig. 14/19) is likewise possible.
However more contacts are required for
this. A maximum of 11 switching devices
can be controlled in this manner.

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Functions

Using the CFC (Continuous Function


Chart) available in all SIPROTEC 4 units,
the bay interlock conditions can, among
other things, be conveniently configured
graphically in the 6MD66 bay control unit.
The inter-bay interlock conditions can be
checked via the “inter-relay communica-
tion” (see next section) to other 6MD66
devices. With the introduction of
IEC 61850 communication, the exchange
of information for interlocking purposes is
also possible via Ethernet. This is handled
via the GOOSE message method. Possible
partners are all other bay devices or protec-
tion devices which support IEC 61850-
GOOSE message.
In the tests prior to command output, the
positions of both key-operated switches are
also taken into consideration. The upper
key-operated switch corresponds to the S5
function (local/remote switch), which is al-
ready familiar from the 8TK switchgear in- Fig. 14/20
terlock system. The lower key-operated Typical connection for 1½-pole control
switch effects the changeover to non-
interlocked command output (S1 func-
tion). In the position ”Interlocking Off”
the key cannot be withdrawn, with the re-
sult that non-operation of the configured
interlocks is immediately evident.
The precise action of the key-operated
switch can be set using the parameter
”switching authority”.
With the integrated function ”switchgear
interlocking” there is no need for an exter-
nal switchgear interlock device.
Furthermore, the following tests are imple-
mented (parameterizable) before the out-
put of a command:

• Target = Actual, i.e. is the switching de-


vice already in the desired position?
• Double command lockout, i.e. is an-
other command already running?
• Individual commands, e.g. earthing
control can additionally be secured us-
ing a code.
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Functions

The bay control unit can, upon closing of


the circuit-breaker, check whether the syn-
chronization conditions of both partial
networks are met (synchro-check). Thus
an additional, external synchronization de-
vice is not required. The synchronization
conditions can be easily specified using the
configuration system DIGSI 4. The unit
differentiates between synchronous and
asynchronous networks and reacts differ-
ently upon connection:
In synchronous networks there are minor
differences with regard to phase angle and
voltage moduli and so the circuit-breaker
Fig. 14/21
response time does not need to be taken
Connection of the measured values for synchronization
into consideration. For asynchronous net-
works however, the differences are larger
and the range of the connection window is
traversed at a faster rate. Therefore it is
wise here to take the circuit-breaker re-
sponse time into consideration. The com-
mand is automatically dated in advance of
this time so that the circuit-breaker con-
tacts close at precisely the right time.
Fig. 14/21 illustrates the connection of the
voltages.
As is evident from Fig. 14/21, the synchro-
nization conditions are tested for one
phase. The important parameters for
synchronization are:
|Umin| < |U| < |Umax|
(Voltage modulus)

Δ < Δ max
(Angle difference) Fig. 14/22
Voltage selection for synchronization with duplicate busbar system
Δf < Δfmax
(Frequency difference)
Using the automation functions available
in the bay control unit, it is possible to
connect various reference voltages depend-
ing on the setting of a disconnector. Thus
in the case of a double busbar system, the
reference voltage of the active busbar can
be automatically used for synchronization
(see Fig. 14/22).
Alternatively the selection of the reference
14 voltage can also take place via relay switch-
ing, if the measurement inputs are already
being used for other purposes.

Fig. 14/23
Simultaneous connection of measured values according
to a two-wattmeter circuit and synchronization

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Functions

Synchronization
The bay control unit offers the option of
storing various parameter sets (up to eight)
for the synchronization function and of
selecting one of these for operation. Thus
the different properties of several circuit-
breakers can be taken into consideration.
These are then used at the appropriate

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time. This is relevant if several circuit-
breakers with e.g. different response times
are to be served by one bay control unit.
Fig. 14/24
The measured values can be connected to “Power System Data”, sheet for parameters of the synchronization function
the bay control unit in accordance with
Fig. 14/21 (single-phase system) or
Fig. 14/23 (two-wattmeter circuit).
The synchronization function can be
parameterized via four tabs in DIGSI.

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Fig. 14/25
General parameters of the synchronization function

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Fig. 14/26
Parameter page for asynchronous networks

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Fig. 14/27
Parameter page for asynchronous networks

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Communication

Communication
The device is not only able to communicate
to the substation control level via standard
protocol like IEC 61850, IEC 60870-5-103
or others. It is also possible to communicate
with other bay devices or protection devices.
Two possibilities are available.
Inter-relay-communication
The function “inter-relay-communication”
enables the exchange of information direct-
ly between 6MD66 bay controller devices.
The communication is realized via Port “C”
of the devices, so it is independent from the
substation communication port “B”. Port
“C” is equipped with a RS485 interface. For
communication over longer distances, an
Fig. 14/28 Typical application: 1½ circuit-breaker method
external converter to fiber-optic cable can (disconnector and earthing switch not shown)
be used.
An application example for inter-relay-
communication is shown in Fig. 14/29.
Three 6MD66 devices are used for control
of a 1½ circuit-breaker bay. One device
is assigned to each of the three circuit-
breakers. By this means, the redundancy
of the primary equipment is also available
on the secondary side. Even if one circuit-

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breaker fails, both feeders can be supplied.
Control over the entire bay is retained, even
if one bay control unit fails. The three bay Fig. 14/29 Connection matrix of inter-relay communication in DIGSI 4
control units use the inter-relay-communi-
cation for interchange of switchgear inter-
locking conditions. So the interlocking is
working completely independent from the
substation control level.
IEC 61850-GOOSE
With the communication standard
IEC 61850, a similar function like inter-
relay-communication is provided with
the “GOOSE” communication to other
IEC 61850-devices. Since the standard
IEC 61850 is used by nearly all SIPROTEC
devices and many devices from other sup-
pliers, the number of possible communi-
cation partners is large.
The applications for IEC 61850-GOOSE are
quite the same as for inter-relay-communi-
cation. The most used application is the
14 interchange of switchgear interlocking in-
formation between bay devices. GOOSE Fig. 14/30 Connection for IEC 61850-GOOSE communication
uses the IEC 61850 substation Ethernet, so
no separate communication port is needed.
The configuration is shown in Fig. 14/30. Like inter-relay-communication, GOOSE Therefore, non-affected information still
The SIPROTEC devices are connected via also supplies a status information for super- can be used for interlocking, and a maxi-
optical Ethernet and grouped by voltage vision of the communication. In case of mum functional availability is guaranteed.
levels (110 kV and 20 kV). The devices in interruption, the respective information is
the same voltage level can interchange the marked as “invalid”.
substation-wide interlocking information.
GOOSE uses the substation Ethernet.
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Functions

Measured-value processing is implemented


by predefined function modules, which are
likewise configured using DIGSI 4.
The transducer modules are assigned in the
DIGSI 4 assignment matrix to current and
voltage channels of the bay control unit.

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From these input variables, they form vari-
ous computation variables (see Table 14/1).

Fig. 14/31
DIGSI 4 Parameter view – transducer packages

The individual transducer modules can be Name of the Max. availability of Required input Calculated variables
activated in the functional scope of the transducer module transducers on the unit channels (= output variables)
unit and will then appear in the DIGSI 4 (can be set via the
assignment matrix with the input channels functional scope)
and output variables from Table 1. The Transducer V x1 V V, f
output variables can then be assigned to
the system interface or represented in the Transducer I x1 I I, f
measured value window in the display. Transducer 1 phase x3 V, I V, I, P, Q, S, ϕ, cos
(PF), sin , f
Transducer 3 phase x1 V1, V2, V3, I1, I2, I3 V0, V1, V2, V3, V12,
V23, V31, I0, I1, I2, I3,
P, Q, S, , cos (PF),
sin , f
Transducer two- x1 V1, V2, I1, I2 V12, V13, I2, I3, P, Q, S,
wattmeter circuit , cos (PF), sin , f

Table 14/1
Properties of measured-value processing

Sample presentation of the measured value


display.

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Fig. 14/32

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Functions

The connection of the input channels can


be chosen without restriction. For the two-
wattmeter circuit, the interface connection
should be selected in accordance with
Fig. 14/33. The two-wattmeter circuit en-
ables the complete calculation of a
three-phase system with only two voltage
and two current transformers.

For internal metering, the unit can calcu-


late an energy metered value from the
measured current and voltage values. If an
external meter with a metering pulse out-
put is available, the bay control unit can
obtain and process metering pulses via an Fig. 14/33
indication input. Two-wattmeter circuit (connection to bay control unit)

The metered values can be displayed and


passed on to a master unit. A distinction is
made between forward, reverse, active and Chatter blocking
reactive power (± kWh, ± kvarh). Chatter blocking feature evaluates whether, Indications can be filtered and delayed.
in a configured period of time, the number
Filtering serves to suppress brief changes in
of status changes of indication input ex-
potential at the indication input. The indi-
ceeds a specified figure. If exceeded, the in-
With integrated logic, the user can set, via a cation is passed on only if the indication
dication input is blocked for a certain
graphic interface (CFC, Continuous Func- voltage is still present after a set period of
period, so that the communication line to
tion Chart), specific functions for the auto- time.
the master unit will not be overloaded by
mation of switchgear or substation. The filter time can be set from 0 to 24
disturbed inputs.
Functions are activated via function keys, hours in 1 ms steps. It is also possible to set
binary input or via communication inter- For every binary input, it is possible to set the filter time so that it can, if desired, be
face. Processing of internal indications or separately whether the chatter blocking retriggered.
measured values is also possible. should be active or not. The parameters
Furthermore, the hardware filter time can
(number of status changes, test time, etc.)
be taken into consideration in the time
can be set once per unit.
stamp; i.e. the time stamp of a message that
is detected as arriving will be predated by
The switching authorization (control au- the known, constant hardware filter time.
thorization) (interlocked/non-interlocked, To avoid the transmission of information This can be set individually for every mes-
corresponds to key-operated S1 in the 8TK to the master unit during works on the sage in a 6MD66 bay control unit.
interlock system) and the switching au- bay, a transmission blocking can be acti-
thority (local/remote, corresponds to vated.
key-operated S5 for 8TK) can be preset for
the SIPROTEC 4 bay control unit using
key-operated switches. The position of
both keys is automatically evaluated by
command processing. The key for opera-
tion without interlocks cannot be removed
when in the position “non-interlocked”,
such that this mode of operation is imme-
diately recognizable (see also page 14/23,
14 Section “Switchgear interlockings”).
Every change in the key-operated switch
positions is logged.

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Functions

Auto-Reclosure (ANSI 79)


The 6MD66 is equipped with an
auto-reclosure function (AR). The func-
tion includes several operating modes:
• Interaction with an external device for
auto-reclosure via binary inputs and bi-
nary outputs; also possible with interac-
tion via IEC 61850-GOOSE
• Control of the internal AR function by
external protection
• 3-pole auto-reclosure for all types of

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Fig. 14/34
faults; different dead times are available Parameterization of time
depending on the type of the fault management
• 1-pole auto-reclosure for 1-phase faults,
no reclosing for multi-phase faults
• 1-pole auto-reclosure for 1-phase faults • RDT
and 2-phase faults, no reclosing for Reduced dead time (RDT) is employed
The 6MD66 bay control units can, like the
multi-phase faults. in conjunction with auto-reclosure
other units in the SIPROTEC 4 range, be
where no teleprotection method is em-
• 1-pole auto-reclosure for 1-phase and provided with the current time by a num-
ployed: When faults within the zone ex-
3-pole auto-reclosure for multi-phase ber of different methods:
tension but external to the protected line
faults
of a distance protection are switched off • Via the interface to the higher-level sys-
• 1-pole auto-reclosure for 1-phase faults for rapid auto-reclosure (RAR), the RDT tem control (PROFIBUS FMS or
and 2-phase faults and 3-phase auto- function decides on the basis of measure- IEC 61850)
reclosure for multi-phase faults ment of the return voltage from the re- • Via the external time synchronization in-
• Multiple-shot auto-reclosure mote station which has not tripped terface on the rear of the unit (various
• Interaction with the internal synchro- whether or not to reduce the dead time. protocols such as IRIG B and DCF77 are
check possible)
Breaker failure protection (ANSI 50BF)
• Monitoring of the circuit-breaker auxil- • Via external minute impulse, assigned to
iary contacts The 6MD66 incorporates a two-stage cir- a binary input
In addition to the above-mentioned oper-
cuit-breaker failure protection to detect • From another bay control unit by means
failures of tripping command execution, of inter-relay communication
ating modes, several other operating prin-
for example, due to a defective circuit
ciples can be employed by means of the • Via the internal unit clock.
breaker. The current detection logic is
integrated programmable logic (CFC). Fig. 14/34 illustrates the settings that are
phase-selective and can therefore also be
Integration of auto-reclosure in the feeder possible on the DIGSI interface.
used in single-pole tripping schemes. lf the
protection allows the line-side voltages to
fault current is not interrupted after a
be evaluated. A number of voltage-depend-
settable time delay has expired, a retrip
ent supplementary functions are thus
command or a busbar trip command will
available:
be generated. The breaker failure protec-
• DLC tion can be initiated by external devices via
By means of dead-line-check (DLC), binary input signals or IEC 61850 GOOSE
reclosure is effected only when the line is messages.
deenergized (prevention of asynchron-
ous breaker closure)
• ADT
The adaptive dead time (ADT) is em-
ployed only if auto-reclosure at the re-
mote station was successful (reduction 14
of stress on equipment).

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DIGSI 4 Configuration tool

The PC program DIGSI 4 is used for the


convenient configuration of all SIPROTEC
4 units. Data exchange with the configura-
tion tool plusTOOLS of the energy auto-
mation system SICAM is possible, such
that the bay level information needs only
be entered once. Thus errors that could
arise as a result of duplicated entries are ex-
cluded.
DIGSI 4 offers the user a modern and intu-
itive Windows interface, with which the
units can be set and also read out.

The DIGSI 4 configuration matrix allows


the user to see the overall view of the unit
configuration at a glance (see Part 3,
Fig. 3/2). For example, all allocations of the
binary inputs, the output relays and the
LEDs are shown at a glance. And with one Fig. 14/35
click of the button, connections can be CFC plan for interlocking logic (example)
switched. Also the measuring and metering
values are contained in this matrix.

Special attention has been paid to commis-


sioning. All binary inputs and outputs can
be read and set directly. This can simplify
the wire checking process significantly for
the user.

CFC: Reduced time and planning for pro-


gramming logic
With the help of the CFC (Continuous
Function Chart), you can configure inter-
locks and switching sequences simply by
drawing the logic sequences; no special
knowledge of software is required. Logical
elements, such as AND, OR and time ele-
ments, measured limit values, etc. are
available.

Display editor
A convenient display editor is available to Fig. 14/36
design the display on SIPROTEC 4 units General configuration view of the bay control unit
(see Part 3, Fig. 3/6). The predefined sym-
bol sets can be expanded to suit the user.
Drawing a single-line diagram is extremely In this process, several pages of a control As is the case with the SIPROTEC 4 pro-
14 simple. Operational measured values (ana- display can be configured under one an- tection units, there is an icon called “Func-
log values) in the unit can be placed where other, and the user can switch between tional Scope”. It enables the configuration
required. them using the cursor. The number of of measured-value processing and the syn-
pages, including the basic display and the chronization function and the protection
In order to also display the comprehensive feeder control display, should not exceed functions (auto-reclosure and breaker
plant of the high-voltage switchgear and 10, as otherwise the memory in the unit failure protection).
controlgear, the feeder control display of will be completely occupied.
the 6MD66 bay control unit can have a
number of pages. Fig. 14/36 illustrates the general view of the
6MD66 bay control unit on the DIGSI 4
configuration interface.

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Technical data

General unit data Binary inputs (cont'd)


Analog inputs Current consumption, excited approx. 1.5 mA
Rated frequency 50 or 60 Hz (adjustable, depending for 3 ms approx. 50 mA to increase pickup
on the order number) time

Rated current IN 1 or 5 A (can be changed via plug-in Permitted capacitive coupling of 220 nF
jumper) the indication inputs

Rated voltage VN 100 V, 110 V, 125 V, 100 V/ 3, 110 Minimum impulse duration for 4.3 ms
V/ 3 can be adjusted using parame- message
ters Output relay
Power consumption Live contact 1 NC/NO (can be set via jumper:
at IN = 1A < 0.1 VA Factory setting is ”Break contact”,
at IN = 5A < 0.5 VA i.e. the contact is normally open but
Voltage inputs < 0.3 VA with 100 V then closes in the event of an error)
Measurement range current I Up to 1.2 times the rated current Number of command relays,
Thermal loading capacity 12 A continuous, 15 A for 10 s, 200 A single pole
for 1 s 6MD662 25, grouping in 2 groups of 4,
1 group of 3, 6 groups of 2 and two
Measurement range voltage V Up to 170 V (rms value) ungrouped relays
Max. permitted voltage 170 V (rms value) continuous 6MD663 35, grouping in 3 groups of 4,
Transducer inputs 1 group of 3, 9 groups of 2 and two
Measurement range ± 24 mA DC ungrouped relays
Max. permitted continuous cur- ± 250 mA DC 6MD664 45, grouping 4 groups of 4, 1 group
rent of 3, 12 groups of 2 plus two
Input resistance, 10 Ω ± 1 % ungrouped relays
recorded power loss at 24 mA 5.76 mW Switching capacity, command relay
Power supply Make max. 1000 W/ VA
Break max. 30 VA
Rated auxiliary voltages 24 to 48 V DC, 60 to 125 V DC, Break (at L/R ≤ 50 ms) 25 VA
110 to 250 V DC Max. switching voltage 250 V
Permitted tolerance -20 % to +20 % Max. contact continuous current 5A
Max. (short-duration) current 15 A
Permitted ripple of the rated 15 %
for 4 s
auxiliary voltage
Switching capacity,
Power consumption
live contact ON and OFF 20 W/VA
Max. at 60 to 250 V DC 20 W
Max. switching voltage 250 V
Max. at 24 to 48 V DC 21.5 W
Max. contact continuous current 1 A
Typical at 60 to 250 V DC 17.5 W
Typical at 24 to 48 V DC 18.5 W Max. make-time 8 ms
(typical = 5 relays picked up + Max. chatter time 2.5 ms
live contact active +
LCD display illuminated + Max. break time 2 ms
2 interface cards plugged in) LED
Bridging time Number
at 24 and 60 V DC ≥ 20 ms RUN (green) 1
at 48 and ≥ 110 V DC ≥ 50 ms ERROR (red) 1
Binary inputs Display (red), function can be 14
allocated
Number
6MD662 35 Unit design
6MD663 50 Housing 7XP20 For dimensions drawings, see part 17
6MD664 65
Type of protection acc. to EN60529
Rated voltage range 24 to 250 V DC (selectable) in the surface-mounting housing IP20
Pick-up value (range can be set 17, 73 or 154 V DC in the flush-mounting housing
using jumpers for every binary front IP51
input) rear IP20 14
Function (allocation) Can be assigned freely Weight
Flush-mounting housing,
Minimum voltage threshold
integrated local control
(presetting)
6MD663 approx. 10.5 kg
for rated voltage 24, 48, 60 V 17 V DC
6MD664 approx. 11 kg
for rated voltage 110 V 73 V DC
for rated voltage 220, 250 V 154 V DC Surface-mounting housing,
without local control,
Maximum permitted voltage 300 V DC with assembly angle
6MD663 approx. 12.5 kg
6MD664 approx. 13 kg
Detached local control approx. 2.5 kg

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Technical data
Serial interfaces Electrical tests
System interfaces Specifications
PROFIBUS FMS, Standards IEC 60255 (product standards)
Hardware version depending on ANSI/IEEE C37.90.0/.1/.2
Order No.: UL 508
PROFIBUS fiber optic cable ST connector DIN 57435 Part 303
Baud rate max 1.5 Mbaud For further standards see specific tests
Optical wave length 820 nm Insulation tests
Permissible path attenuation max. 8 dB for glassfiber 62.5/125 μm Standards IEC 60255-5 and IEC 60870-2-1
Distance, bridgeable max. 1.5 km
Voltage test (100 % test) 2.5 kV (rms), 50 Hz
PROFIBUS RS485 9-pin SUB-D connector All circuits except for auxiliary
Baud rate max. 12 Mbaud supply, binary inputs,
Distance, bridgeable max. 1000 m at 93.75 kBaud communication and time synchro-
max. 100 m at 12 Mbaud nization interfaces
PROFIBUS RS232 9-pin SUB-D connector Voltage test (100 % test) 3.5 kV DC
Baud rate 4800 to 115200 baud Auxiliary voltage and binary inputs
Distance, bridgeable max. 15 m
Voltage test (100 % test) 500 V (rms value), 50 Hz
Time synchronization DCF77/IRIG B signal only isolated communication
Connection 9-pin SUB-D connector and time synchronization inter-
faces
Input voltage level either 5 V, 12 V or 24 V
Surge voltage test (type test) 5 kV (peak); 1.2/50 μs; 0.5 J;
Connection allocation Pin 1 24 V input for minute impulse All circuits except for communica- 3 positive and 3 negative surges
Pin 2 5 V input for minute impulse tion and time synchronization in- at intervals of 5 s
Pin 3 Return conductor for minute impulse terfaces, class III
Pin 4 Return conductor for time message
Pin 7 5 V input for minute impulse EMC tests for noise immunity; type test
Pin 8 24 V input for time message Standards IEC 60255-6, IEC 60255-22 (product
Pin 5, 9 Screen standards)
Pin 6 Not allocated EN 50082-2 (generic standard)
Message type (IRIG B, DCF, etc.) Can be adjusted using parameters DIN 57 435 Part 303
Control interface for RS232 DIGSI 4 High frequency test 2.5 kV (peak value), 1 MHz; τ = 15 ms
IEC 60255-22-1, class III 400 pulses per s; duration 2 s
Connection Front side, non-isolated, 9-pin and DIN 57435 part 303, class III
SUB-D connector
Discharge of static electricity 8 kV contact discharge; 15 kV air
DIGSI 4 interface (rear of unit) IEC 60255-22-2 class IV discharge; both polarities; 150 pF;
Fiber optic ST connector EN 61000-4-2, class IV Ri = 330 Ω
Baud rate max. 1.5 Mbaud Exposure to RF field, non-modu- 10 V/m; 27 to 500 MHz
Optical wave length 820 nm lated IEC 60255-22-3 (report),
Permissible path attenuation max. 8 dB for glass fiber of 62.5/ class III
125 μm
Exposure to RF field, amplitude- 10 V/m; 80 to 1000 MHz; 80 % AM;
Distance, bridgeable max. 1.5 km
modulated IEC 61000-4-3, class III 1 kHz
RS485 9-pin SUB-D connector Exposure to RF field, pulse-modu- 10 V/m; 900 MHz; repetition fre-
Baud rate max. 12 Mbaud lated quency 200 Hz; duty cycle 50 %
Distance, bridgeable max. 1000 m at 93.75 kBaud IEC 61000-4-3/ ENV 50204, class III
max. 100 m at 12 MBaud
Fast transient interference bursts 4 kV; 5/50 ns; 5 kHz; burst length =
RS232 9-pin SUB-D connector IEC 60255-22-4, IEC 61000-4-4, 15 ms; repetition frequency 300 ms;
Baud rate 4800 to 115200 Baud class IV both polarities; Ri = 50 Ω;
Distance, bridgeable max. 15m test duration 1 min
Interface for inter-unit communication High-energy surge voltages Impulse: 1.2/50 μs
RS485 9-pin SUB-D connector (SURGE),
Baud rate max. 12 Mbaud IEC 61000-4-5 installation class III
Distance, bridgeable max. 1000 m at 93.75 kBaud Auxiliary supply common mode: 2 kV; 12 Ω, 9 μF
max. 100 m at 12 Mbaud differential mode:1 kV; 2 Ω, 18 μF
14 Measurement inputs, binary inputs common mode: 2 kV; 42 Ω, 0.5 μF
and relay outputs differential mode: 1 kV; 42 Ω, 0.5 μF
Conducted RF, amplitude-modu- 10 V; 150 kHz to 80 MHz; 80 % AM;
lated IEC 61000-4-6, class III 1 kHz
Magnetic field with power fre- 30 A/m continuous; 300 A/m for 3 s;
quency 50 Hz
IEC 61000-4-8, class IV; 0.5 mT; 50 Hz
IEC 60255-6

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Technical data
EMC tests for noise immunity; type test (cont'd) Climatic stress tests
Oscillatory surge withstand capa- 2.5 to 3 kV (peak); 1 to 1.5 MHz
bility Standards IEC 60255-6
ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1 damped wave; 50 surges per second;
duration 2 s; Ri = 150 to 200 Ω Recommended temperature dur- –5 to +55 °C 25 to 131 °F
ing operation
Fast transient surge withstand 4 to 5 kV; 10/150 ns; 50 impulses per
capability second; Temporary permissible tempera- –20 to +70 °C -4 to 158 °F
ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1 both polarities; duration 2 s ; ture limit during operation
Ri = 80 Ω (The legibility of the display may
be impaired above 55 °C/131 °F)
Radiated electromagnetic interfer- 35 V/m; 25 to 1000 MHz
ence ANSI/IEEE C37.90.2 Limit temperature during storage –25 to +55 °C -13 to 131 °F
Damped oscillations 2.5 kV (peak value), 100 kHz polarity Limit temperature during trans- –25 to +70 °C -13 to 158 °F
IEC 60894, IEC 61000-4-12 alternating, 1 MHz, 10 and 50 MHz, port
Ri = 200 Ω Storage and transport with stan-
dard factory packaging
EMC tests for interference emission; type tests
Standard EN 50081-1 (Basic specification)
Permissible humidity stress Annual average ≤ 75 % relative hu-
Radio interference voltage on lines 150 kHz to 30 MHz We recommend arranging the midity; on 56 days a year up to 93 %
only auxiliary supply class B units in such a way that they are relative humidity; condensation dur-
IEC-CISPR 22 not exposed to direct sunlight or ing operation is not permitted
Interference field strength 30 to 1000 MHz pronounced temperature changes
IEC-CISPR 22 class B that could cause condensation

Mechanical dynamic tests CE conformity


Vibration, shock stress and seismic vibration The product meets the stipulations This conformity is the result of a test
During operation of the guideline of the council of that was performed by Siemens AG in
the European Communities for accordance with Article 10 of the di-
Standards IEC 60255-21 and IEC 60068-2 harmonization of the legal require- rective in conformance with generic
Vibration Sinusoidal ments of the member states on standards EN 50081-2 and
IEC 60255-21-1, class 2 10 to 60 Hz: ±0.075 mm amplitude; electro-magnetic compatibility EN 50082-2 for the EMC directive
IEC 60068-2-6 60 to 150 Hz: 1 g acceleration (EMC directive 89/336/EEC) and and EN 60255-6 for the low-voltage
Frequency sweep 1 octave/min product use within certain voltage directive.
20 cycles in 3 orthogonal axes limits (low-voltage directive
Shock Half-sinusoidal 73/23/EEC).
IEC 60255-21-2, class 1 Acceleration 5 g, duration 11 ms, The product conforms with the in-
IEC 60068-2-27 3 shocks each in both directions of ternational standard of the IEC
the 3 axes 60255 series and the German na-
tional standard DIN VDE 57
Vibration during earthquake Sinusoidal 435,Part 303. The unit has been
IEC 60255-21-2, class 1 1 to 8 Hz: ± 4 mm amplitude developed and manufactured for
IEC 60068-3-3 (horizontal axis) use in industrial areas in accor-
1 to 8 Hz: ± 2 mm amplitude dance with the EMC standard.
(vertical axis)
8 to 35 Hz: 1 g acceleration Further applicable standards:
(horizontal axis) ANSI/IEEE C37.90.0 and C37.90.1
8 to 35 Hz: 0,5 g acceleration
(vertical axis)
Frequency sweep 1 octave/min
1 cycle in 3 orthogonal axes
During transport
Standards IEC 60255-21 and IEC 60068-2
Vibration Sinusoidal
IEC 60255-21-1, class 2 5 to 8 Hz: ±7.5 mm amplitude;
IEC 60068-2-6 8 to 150 Hz: 2 g acceleration
Frequency sweep 1 octave/min
20 cycles in 3 orthogonal axes 14
Shock Half-sinusoidal
IEC 60255-21-2, class 1 Acceleration 15 g, duration 11 ms,
IEC 60068-2-27 3 shocks
each in both directions 3 axes
Continuous shock Half-sinusoidal
IEC 60255-21-2, class 1 Acceleration 10 g, duration 16 ms,
IEC 60068-2-29 1000 shocks in both directions of the
3 axes

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Selection and ordering data Description Order No. Order


code
6MD66 high-voltage bay control unit 6MD662o ¨¨¨¨¨ – 0 ¨¨¨ ¨¨¨
Processor module with power supply,
input/output modules with a total of:
Number of inputs and outputs
35 single-point indications, 22 1-pole single commands,
3 single commands to common potential, 1 live contact, 3 x current
4 x voltage via direct CT inputs, 2 measuring transducer inputs

Current transformer IN
1 A1) 1
5 A1) 5

Rated auxiliary voltage (power supply, indication voltage)


24 to 48 V DC, threshold binary input 19 V2) 2
60 V DC, threshold binary input 19 V2) 3
110 V DC, threshold binary input 88 V2) 4
220 to 250 V DC, threshold binary input 176 V2) 5

Unit design
For panel flush mounting, with integr. local operation, graphic display, keyboard,
plug-in terminals (2/3-pin AMP connector) D
For panel flush mounting, with integr. local operation, graphic display,
keyboard, screw-type terminals (direct connec./ring-type cable lugs) E

Region-specific default settings/function and language presettings


Region DE, 50 Hz, language: German, changeable A
Region World, 50/60 Hz, language: English (GB), changeable B
Region US, ANSI, language: English (US), changeable C
Region World, 50/60 Hz, language: Spanish, changeable E

System interface (on rear of unit, port B)


No system interface 0
IEC 60870-5-103 protocol, electrical RS485 2
IEC 60870-5-103 protocol, optical 820 nm, ST connector 3
PROFIBUS-FMS Slave, electrical RS485 4
PROFIBUS-FMS Slave, optical, single ring, ST connector 5
PROFIBUS-FMS Slave, optical, double ring, ST connector 6
IEC 61850, 100 Mbit Ethernet, electrical, double, RJ45 connector 9 L 0R
IEC 61850, 100 Mbit Ethernet, optical, double, ST connector 9 L 0S

Function interface (on rear of unit, port C and D)


No function interface 0
DIGSI 4, electrical RS232, port C 1
DIGSI 4, electrical RS485, port C 2
DIGSI 4, optical 820 nm, ST connector, port D 3
With RS485 interface for inter-relay communication, port C and DIGSI 4 4
With RS485 interface for inter-relay communication, port C and DIGSI 4,
with optical 820 nm, ST connector, port D 5

Measured-value processing
Full measured-value processing and display A
No measured-value processing and no display F
14
Synchronization
With synchronization A
Without synchronization F

Protection function
1) Rated current can be selected by Without protection functions 0
means of jumpers. With auto-reclosure (AR) 1
2) The binary input thresholds can be With circuit-breaker failure protection 2
selected in two stages by means of With auto-reclosure and circuit-breaker failure protection 3
jumpers.

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Selection and ordering data Description Order No. Order


code
6MD66 high-voltage bay control unit 6MD66oo ¨¨¨¨¨ – 0ooo ¨¨¨
Processor module with power supply,
input/output modules with a total of:
Number of inputs and outputs
50 single-point indications, 32 1-pole single commands,
3 single commands to common potential, 1 live contact,
3 x current, 4 x voltage via direct CT inputs
2 measuring transducer inputs 3
65 single-point indications, 42 1-pole single commands,
3 single commands to common potential, 1 live contact,
3 x current, 4 x voltage via direct CT inputs
2 measuring transducer inputs 4

Current transformer IN
1A 1
1 A / 150 % IN 2
5A 5
5 A / 150 % IN 6

Rated auxiliary voltage (power supply, indication voltage)


24 to 48 V DC, threshold binary input 19 V1) 2
60 V DC, threshold binary input 19 V1) 3
110 V DC, threshold binary input 88 V1) 4
220 to 250 V DC, threshold binary input 176 V1) 5

Unit design
For panel surface mounting, detached operator panel, f. mount. in l.-v. case,
plug-in terminals (2/3-pin AMP connector) A
For panel surface mounting, w /o operator panel, f. mount. in l.-v. case,
plug-in terminals (2/3-pin AMP connector) B
For panel surface mounting, detached operator panel, f. mount. in l.-v. case,
screw-type terminals (direct connec./ring-type cable lugs) C
For panel flush mounting, with integr. local operation, graphic display, keyboard,
plug-in terminals (2/3-pin AMP connector) D
For panel flush mounting, with integr. local operation, graphic display, keyboard,
screw-type terminals (direct connec./ring-type cable lugs) E
For panel surface mounting, w /o operator unit, f. mount. in l.-v. case,
screw-type terminals (direct connec./ring-type cable lugs) F

Region-specific default settings/function and language presettings


Region DE, 50 Hz, language: German, changeable A
Region World, 50/60 Hz, language: English (GB), changeable B
Region US, ANSI, language: English (US), changeable C
Region World, 50/60 Hz, language: Spanish, changeable E

System interface (on rear of unit, port B)


No system interface 0
IEC 60870-5-103 protocol, electrical RS485 2
IEC 60870-5-103 protocol, optical 820 nm, ST connector 3
PROFIBUS-FMS Slave, electrical RS485 4
PROFIBUS-FMS Slave, optical, single ring, ST connector 5
PROFIBUS-FMS Slave, optical, double ring, ST connector 6
PROFIBUS-DP Slave, electrical RS485 9 L 0 A 14
PROFIBUS-DP Slave, optical 820 nm, double ring, ST connector 9 L 0 B
PROFIBUS-DP Slave, double electrical RS485 (second module on port D) 9 L 1 A
PROFIBUS-DP Slave, double optical double ring ST (second module on port D) 9 L 1 B
IEC 61850, 100 Mbit Ethernet, electrical, double, RJ45 connector 9 L 0 R
IEC 61850, 100 Mbit Ethernet, optical, double, ST connector 9 L 0 S

see page 14/36

1) The binary input thresholds can be


selected by means of jumpers.

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Selection and ordering data Description Order No.


6MD66 high-voltage bay control unit 6MD66oo ¨¨¨¨¨ – 0ooo
Function interface (on rear of unit, port C and D)
No function interface 0
DIGSI 4, electrical RS232, port C 1
DIGSI 4, electrical RS485, port C 2
DIGSI 4, optical 820 nm, ST connector, port D 1) 3
With RS485 interface for inter-relay communication, port C and DIGSI 4 4
With RS485 interface for inter-relay communication, port C and DIGSI 4,
with optical 820 nm, ST connector, port D 1) 5

Measured-value processing
Full measured-value processing and display A
No measured-value processing and no display 2) F

Synchronization
With synchronization A
Without synchronization F

Protection function
Without protection functions 0
With auto-reclosure (AR) incl. fault recording 1
With circuit-breaker failure protection (BF) incl. fault recording 2
With auto-reclosure (AR) and circuit-breaker failure protection (BF) incl. fault recording 3
Fault recording 4

14

1) Not for double PROFIBUS-DP


(position 11 = 9-L1A or 9-L1B).
2) Not for position 16 = 0
(without protection functions).

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Connection diagrams

Bay unit 6MD662

Fig. 14/37 Fig. 14/38


Module 1, indications, commands Module 2, indications, commands

Fig. 14/39
Module 4, measuring values commands 14

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Connection diagrams

Bay unit 6MD662

or or

Fig. 14/40 Fig. 14/41


CPU, C-CPU 2 CPU, C-CPU 2
For unit 6MD662*-****1-0AA0 For unit 6MD662*-****3-0AA0
and 6MD662*-****2-0AA0 (DIGSI interface, optical, system interface
(DIGSI interface, electrical, system interface optical or electrical)
optical or electrical)

or

14
Fig. 14/42 Fig. 14/43
CPU, C-CPU 2 CPU, C-CPU 2
For unit 6MD662*-****4-0AA0 For unit 6MD662*-****5-0AA0
(Inter-relay communication (DIGSI interface, optical,
interface electrical, system interface Inter-relay communication
optical or electrical) interface electrical, system interface
optical or electrical)

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Connection diagrams

Bay unit 6MD664

Fig. 14/44 Fig. 14/45 Fig. 14/46


Module 1, indications commands Module 2, indications commands Module 3, indications, commands

Fig. 14/47 Fig. 14/48


Module 4, indications, commands Module 5, measuring values, commands 14

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Connection diagrams

Bay unit 6MD664

or or

Fig. 14/49 Fig. 14/50


CPU, C-CPU 2 CPU, C-CPU 2
For unit 6MD664*-****1-0AA0 For unit 6MD664*-****3-0AA0
and 6MD664*-****2-0AA0 (DIGSI interface optical,
(DIGSI interface electric, system interface system interface optical
optical optical or electric) optical or electric)

or

14
Fig. 14/51 Fig. 14/52
CPU, C-CPU 2 CPU, C-CPU 2
For unit 6MD664*-****4-0AA0 For unit 6MD664*-****5-0AA0
(Inter-relay communication (DIGSI interface optical,
interface electric, system (Inter-relay communication
interface optical or electric) electric, system
interface optical or electric)

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