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CSC-211

Multifunction Protection IED


Product Guide

Version V1.0
Doc. Code: 0SF.492.057(E)
Issued Date 201.
Copyright owner: Beijing Sifang Automation Co., Ltd.
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Manufacturer:
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Overview

CSC-211 series are selective, reliable and


high performance multifunction protection
IED (Intelligent Electronic Device), which
are able to be applied for protection,
control and measurement for following
applications:

Applicable in subtransmission network


and distribution network with solidly
earthed (grounded), low-resistance
earthed, isolated or compensated
neutral point

Protection of feeders, capacitors,


auxiliary transformers, bus coupler, etc.

Used as backup protection IED for


lines, transformers, reactors and
busbar

Providing control
functions of the

disconnector, etc.

Supporting all functionalities required


for automation system

The standard version of CSC211 offers a


wide range of protection functions by
pre-configured function arrangement to
fulfill most of common applications.
The advanced version of CSC211, with
enhanced hardware, same function library,
and full programmable scheme logic with
graphic software tool, is good at tailor-made applications.
The wide application flexibility and
integration of the protection, monitoring
and control functions in one device make
the IED an excellent solution for both new
installations and retrofitting of the existing
stations.

and monitoring
circuit breakers,

Feature

Extensive multifunction IED including


protection, control and monitoring
functions

Three pole tripping required in


sub-transmission
and
distribution
network

A complete protection function library,


includes:

load shedding function

Voltage transformer secondary


circuit supervision (97FF)

Current transformer
circuit supervision

secondary

Fast overcurrent/busbar protection


scheme using IEC61850 GOOSE-message

Overcurrent protection (50, 51,


67)

User definable LEDs, binary inputs and


outputs.

Earth fault protection (50N, 51N,


67N)

Primary apparatus local/remote control


function

Neutral earth fault protection (50G,


51G)

Sensitive earth fault protection


(50Ns, 51Ns, 67Ns)

Negative-sequence
protection (46)

Thermal overload protection (49)

Overload protection (50OL)

Overvoltage protection (59)

Undervoltage protection (27)

Displacement voltage protection


(64)

Circuit breaker failure protection


(50BF)

overcurrent

Dead zone protection (50DZ)

Synchro-check
check (25)

Auto-reclosing function (79)

Unbalanced current or voltage


protection

Undercurrent protection (37)

and

Programmable interlock logic

Tripping and
supervision

closing

circuit

Opening
function

closing

lockout

and

CB status supervision

Self-supervision to all modules in the


IED

Complete
and
massive
reports
recording, trip reports, alarm reports,
startup reports and operation reports.
Any kinds of reports can be stored no
less than 40 items, and be memorized
in case of power disconnection

Up to two electric /optical Ethernet


ports can be selected to communicate
with substation automation system by
IEC61850
or
IEC60870-5-103
protocols

Up to two electric RS-485 port is able


to communicate with substation
automation system by IEC60870-5-103
protocol

Time

energizing

synchronization

via

network

Feature
(SNTP), pulse and IRIG-B mode

Versatile human-machine interface,


graphic or alphanumeric options

Multifunctional software tools set for


setting, monitoring, fault recording
analysis, configuration, logic
programming etc.

Function
Protection functions
IEC 61850
Description

ANSI Code

Logical Node
Name

IEC 60617
graphical symbol

Current protection
3IINV>
Overcurrent protection

50,51,67

PTOC

3I >>
3I >>>
I0INV>

Earth fault protection

50N, 51N, 67N

PTEF

I0>>
I0>>>

Neutral earth fault protection

50G, 51G

Sensitive earth fault protection

50Ns, 51Ns,

3INE>

67Ns

3INE>>

Negative-sequence overcurrent protection

46

Thermal overload protection

49

PTTR

Ith

Overload protection

50OL

PTOC

3I >OL

Voltage protection
Overvoltage protection

59

PTOV

Undervoltage protection

27

PTUV

Displacement voltage protection

64

3U>
3U>>
3U<
3U<<
VE>

Breaker protection and control function


3I> BF
Breaker failure protection

50BF

RBRF

I0>BF
I2>BF

Dead zone protection

50DZ

Synchro-check and energizing check

25

RSYN

Auto-reclosing

79

RREC

Three-pole tripping

94-3

PTRC

Capacitor bank protection


Unbalanced current protection

46NC

Unbalanced voltage protection

46NU

OI

Function
Undercurrent protection

37

I<

Load shedding function


Underfrequency load shedding function

81U

Undervoltage load shedding function

27

Overload load shedding function


Secondary system supervision
CT secondary circuit supervision
VT secondary circuit supervision

97FF
Other functions

Fast busbar protection using reverse


interlocking
Disturbance recorder

Control functions
Description

ANSI Code

IEC 61850

IEC 60617

Logical Node Name

graphical symbol

Remote/Local circuit breaker, disconnector


and other switching devices control
Programmable interlock logic
Tripping and closing circuit supervision
Opening and closing lockout function

Monitoring functions
Description
Status of circuit breaker, disconnector and other switching device monitoring
Circuit breaker operating status supervision
Auxiliary contacts of circuit breaker supervision
Self-supervision

Function
Station communication
Description
Front communication port
Isolated RS232 port or RJ45 Ethernet port
Rear communication port
0-2 isolated electrical RS485 communication ports, support IEC 60870-5-103 protocol
0-2 Ethernet electrical/optical communication ports, support IEC 61850 protocol or IEC 60870-5-103
protocol
Time synchronization port, support GPS pulse or IRIG-B code

IED software tools


Functions
Reading measuring value
Reading IED report
Setting
IED testing
Disturbance recording analysis
IED configuration
Printing

Function
46NU
50

3I >>>

PIOC

MEASUREMENT
46NI

51/67 3I> 3I>>


PTOC

59

3U>
PTOV

50N

MONITORING

I0>>>

PIEF

3U<

27

PTUV

INTERLOCK

51N/67N I0> I0>>

PTEF

50Ns

3INE>>

3I>BF
50BF
RBRF

51Ns/67Ns

3INE>

&

CONTROL

Ith

49

PTTR

32

ENERGY METER
CALCULATED

37
55
46
UE>

64

OI
79
RREC

25
RSYN

STATION
COMMUNICATION
- RS232/485
- RJ45/FO
- IEC61850
- IEC60870-5-103

Disturbance
recording

Protection
Overcurrent
(50, 51, 67)

protection

transformer energizing. In addition to


considerably unbalanced fundamental
current, inrush current comprises large
second harmonic current which doesnt
appear in short circuit current. Therefore,
the inrush current may affect the protection
functions which operate based on the
fundamental component of the measured
current. Accordingly, inrush restraint logic
is provided to prevent overcurrent
protection from mal-operation.

The protection provides following features:

Two definite time stages

One inverse time stage

11 kinds of IEC and ANSI inverse time


characteristic curves as well as
optional user defined characteristic

Settable
directional
element
characteristic angle to satisfy the
different network conditions and
applications

Each stage can be set individually as


directional/non-directional

Each stage can be set individually for


inrush restraint

Cross blocking function for inrush


detection

Settable maximum inrush current

First definite stage and inverse time


stage can be set individually to alarm
or trip

VT secondary circuit supervision for


directional protection. Once VT failure
happens, the directional stage can be
set to be blocked or to be
non-directional

Under
voltage criteria checking
(selectable), blocking of the definite
time stages is possible when the
measured
voltage
exceeds
the
threshold

Furthermore, by recognition of the inrush


current in one phase, it is possible to set
the protection in a way that not only the
phase with the considerable inrush current,
but also the other phases of the
overcurrent protection are blocked for a
certain time. This is achieved by
cross-blocking feature integrated in the
IED.
The inrush restraint function has a
maximum inrush current setting. Once the
measuring current exceeds the setting, the
overcurrent protection will not be blocked
any longer.

Characteristic of direction
element
The direction detection is performed by
determining the position of current vector
in directional characteristic. In other word,
it is done by comparing phase angle
between the fault current and the reference
voltage, Figure 1 illustrates the direction
detection characteristic for phase A
element.

Inrush restraint function


The protection relay may detect large
magnetizing
inrush currents during

Protection
90

Forward

charging of motors, the definite time stage


of overcurrent element is able to operate
only when at least one phase-to-phase
voltage falls less than the low voltage
settable threshold .The low voltage
element can be set for each definite time
stage.

IA

Bisector

Ph_Char

U BC_Ref

Earth fault protection


(50N, 51N, 67N)
The earth fault protection can be used to
clear phase to earth faults as system
back-up protection.

-IA

Figure 1 Direction detection characteristic of


overcurrent protection directional element

The protection provides following features:

where:

Two definite time stages

One inverse time stage

11 kinds of the IEC and ANSI inverse


time characteristic curves as well as
optional user defined characteristic

Zero sequence directional element

Negative sequence directional element


is applied as a complement to zero
sequence directional element. It can be
enabled/disabled by setting

Each stage can be set individually as


directional/non-directional

Settable
directional
element
characteristic angle to satisfy the
different network conditions and
applications

Each stage can be set individually for


inrush restraint

Settable maximum inrush current

Inrush restraint function adopting 2nd


harmonic measured phase or earth
current (settable)

Ph_Char: The settable characteristic angle

The assignment of the applied measuring


values used in direction determination has
been shown in Table 1 for different types of
faults.
Table 1 Assignment of applied current and
reference voltage for directional element
Phase

Current

Voltage

Ia

U bc

Ib

U ca

Ic

U ab

For three-phase short-circuit fault, without


any healthy phase, memory voltage values
are used to determine direction clearly if
the measured voltage values are not
sufficient. The detected direction is based
on the voltage of previously saved cycles.

Under voltage criteria


To prevent any malfunction
overcurrent element during

of the
reverse

Protection

where:

First definite stage and inverse time


stage can be set individually to alarm
or trip

VT secondary circuit supervision for


directional protection function. Once
VT failure happens, the directional
stage can be set to be blocked or to be
non-directional

Zero-sequence current is calculated by


summation of 3 phase currents or
measured from earth phase CT
selectable

0_Char: The settable characteristic angle

For earth fault protection, users can


choose negative sequence directional
element as the complement of zero
sequence directional element. It can be
used in case of too low zero sequence
voltage due to some fault condition e.g. the
unfavorable zero-sequence. The negative
sequence
directional
element
characteristic is shown in Figure 3
.

Directional element

3I2

90

The earth fault protection adopts zero


sequence directional element which
compares the zero sequence system
quantities:

0
3 U 2_ Ref
2_Char

3I0, current is calculated from the sum


of the three phase currentss or
measured from earth phase CT

Forward

3U0, the voltage is used as reference


voltage, if it is connected. Otherwise,
3U0, the zero sequence voltage,
calculated from the sum of the three
phase voltages

-3 I 2

Bisector

Figure 3 Direction detection characteristic of


negative sequence directional element
where:

3I 0

2_Char: The settable characteristic angle

90

Furthermore, under the VT failure situation,


it can be set to block directional earth fault
protection or to apply non-directional earth
fault protection.

0
3U 0_Ref

Inrush restraint function

0_Char

Forward

-3 I 0

The protection relay may detect large


magnetizing
inrush currents during
transformer energizing. In addition to
considerably unbalanced fundamental
current, Inrush current comprises large
second harmonic current which doesnt

Bisector

Figure 2 Direction detection characteristic of


zero sequence directional element

10

Protection
appear in short circuit current. Therefore,
the inrush current may affect the protection
functions which operate based on the
fundamental component of the measured
current. Accordingly, inrush restraint logic
is provided to prevent earth fault protection
from mal-operation.

made by capacitive current. Furthermore,


the function can operate with/without
selective tripping according to fault
direction.
Sensitive earth fault protection integrated
in the IED provides following features:

Since inrush current cannot be more than a


specified value, the inrush restraint
provides an upper current limit in which
blocking does not occur.

Neutral earth fault


protection (50G, 51G)
The neutral earth fault protection focuses
on phase to earth faults. The measuring
current is the one from dedicated neutral
CT.

Two definite time stages

One inverse time stage

11 kinds of IEC and ANSI inverse time


characteristic curves as well as
optional user defined characteristic

Sensitive earth fault directional element


with 3U0/3I0- principle

Sensitive earth fault directional element


with Cos principle

Settable
directional
element
characteristic angle to satisfy the
different network conditions and
applications

Each stage can be set to be directional,


or non-directional independently

Each stage can be set individually to


alarm or trip

Displacement voltage can be checked


to increase function reliability

Dedicated sensitive CT

VT secondary circuit supervision for


directional protection function

The protection provides following features:

Two definite time stages

One inverse time stage

11 kinds of IEC and ANSI inverse time


characteristic curves as well as
optional user defined characteristic

Each stage can be set individually to


alarm or trip

Neutral current is measured from


dedicated neutral CT

Sensitive earth fault


protection (50Ns, 51Ns,
67Ns)

For compensated-earthed system or high


resistance earthed system with outgoing
cable feeders, the directional protection is
provided during a single phase fault.

The function provides a high sensitive


earth fault protection for cables and high
impedance grounded or isolated systems
where single phase short circuit current is

In general, for high impedance earthed


system, whenever a feeder has a high
capacitive current - normally one greater
than 10% of the current limited by the

11

Protection
neutral earthed impedance a simple
sensitive earth fault relay is no longer
enough to give sensitive and selective
protection. In this case, the protection
system for the feeder consists of a
directional sensitive earth fault relay whose
threshold can be set to below the
capacitive current.

active residual current and insensitive


to the capacitive current

3U0_Ref

- IS
Figure 5 Direction detection characteristic of the

Directional
sensitive
earth
fault
detection
based
on
U0/I0-
measurement (see Figure 4)

Forward

90

sensitive earth fault directional element by Cos

A sensitive current transformer is provided


to detect the small earth fault current (weak
zero sequence current) in isolated
networks or in networks with high earthed
impedance where the earth fault current is
extremely small.

- I NS

Bisector

NS_Char

Negative-sequence
overcurrent
protection (46)

3U0_Ref

Negative sequence (or phase unbalance)


protection is essentially provided for the
protection of generators, motors and
feeders against unbalanced loading that
may arise due to phase-to-phase faults. In
addition, it is useful in detecting
asymmetrical
short
circuits
with
magnitudes lower than the maximum load
current, especially in delta side of the
transformers.

I NS

Figure 4 Direction detection characteristic of the


sensitive earth fault directional element by
U0/I0-
where:
NS_Char: The settable characteristic angle

Forward

In order to discriminate forward and


reverse short circuits, the IED provides two
methods for sensitive earth fault direction
detection which should be utilized to cover
all network configurations according to the
type of grounding. The following
characteristic is possible for directional
detection:

90

IS

Based on current vector component


(Cos ) measurement (see Figure 5).
In this way, the relay is sensitive to the

The protection provide following features:

12

Protection

Two definite time stages

One inverse time stage

11 kinds of IEC and ANSI inverse time


characteristic curves as well as
optional user defined characteristic

component.

Overload protection
(50OL)
The IED supervises load flow in real time.
If each phase current is greater than the
dedicated setting for a set delay time, the
protection will issue alarm or tripping.

The first definite stage and inverse


stage can be set individually as alarm
or trip stage

Furthermore, this protection function may


be used to detect interruptions, faults and
polarity problems with CT.

Overvoltage protection
(59)

Thermal overload
protection (49)

The overvoltage protection detects


abnormal network and machine high
voltage conditions. Overvoltage conditions
may occur possibly in the power system
during abnormal conditions such as
no-load, light load, or open line end on long
line. The protection can be used as open
line end detector or as system voltage
supervision normally.
The protection provides following features:

The insulating material surrounding the


windings ages rapidly if the temperature
exceeds the design limit value. Thus, a
thermal protection function is required to
supplement
the
existing
winding
temperature device. The thermal overload
protection estimates winding temperature
and thus prevents it from thermal
damaging.
The
memorized
thermal
overload
protection operates based on an
approximate replica of the temperature rise
in the protected object caused by overload.
The thermal replica can be implemented
based on thermal models (Cold or Hot
Curve) of IEC60255-8 standard.
The thermal overload in the IED is
provided with one trip stage as well as one
alarm stage. It is possible to set the alarm
stage at a certain percentage of the setting
value applied at the trip stage.

Two definite time stages

First stage can be set to alarm or trip

Measuring
voltage
between
phase-earth voltage and phase-phase
(selectable)

Three phase or single phase voltage


connection

Settable dropout ratio

Undervoltage
protection (27)
The Undervoltage protection provides
protection against dangerous voltage
drops, especially for electric machines.

The calculation is performed separately for


each phase based on fundamental

13

Protection
The protection function provides following
features:

optional user defined characteristic

The first definite stage and inverse


stage can be set to alarm or trip

Two definite time stages

First stage can be set to alarm or trip

Faulty phase discrimination

Measuring
voltage
between
phase-earth voltage and phase-phase
selectable

3U0 based on calculated summation of


3 phase voltage or measured injected
residual voltage

Current criteria supervision

Circuit
breaker
supervision

VT secondary circuit supervision, the


under voltage function will be blocked
when VT failure happens

Settable dropout ratio

aux.

Breaker failure
protection (50BF)

contact

The circuit breaker failure protection is able


to detect a failure of the circuit breaker
during a fault clearance. It ensures fast
back-up tripping of surrounding breakers
by tripping relevant bus sections.

Displacement voltage
protection (64)

Once a circuit breaker operating failure


occurs on a feeder/transformer, the bus
section which the feeder/transformer is
connected with can be selectively isolated
by the protection. In addition a transfer trip
signal is issued to trip the remote end
circuit breaker of the feeder.

The displacement voltage protection is


able to monitor the displacement voltage to
detect the earth fault in power system. It is
usually applied in non-solidly earthed
networks where the earth fault current is
limited.

In the event of a circuit breaker failure with


a busbar fault, a transfer trip signal is
issued to trip the remote end circuit
breaker of the feeder.

The displacement voltage 3U0 can be


either directly measured from VT or
calculated based on connected three
phases to earth voltages. In the latter case,
the three voltages transformers input must
be
connected
in
an
earth-wye
configuration.

The current criteria are in combination with


three phase currents, zero and negative
sequence current to achieve a higher
security.
The function can be set to give three phase
re-trip of the own breaker to avoid
unnecessary tripping of surrounding
breakers at an incorrect starting due to
mistakes during testing.

The protection provide following features:

Two definite time stages

One inverse time stage

4 kinds of IEC inverse time


characteristic curves as well as

14

Two trip stages (local CB


surrounding breaker tripping)

and

Protection

Transfer trip command to the remote


line end in second stage

Internal/ external initiation

Three phase CBF initiation for


sub-transmission
system
and
distribution system

Settable CB Aux contacts checking

Current criteria checking (including


phase current, zero and negative
sequence current)

trip

Bus

IFAULT

Dead zone protection


(50DZ)

Line1

Line2

LineN

Legend:
Opened CB

The IED provides dead zone protection to


protect the area, between circuit breaker
and CT in the case that CB is open,
meaning dead zone. Therefore, by
occurrence of a fault in dead zone, the
short circuit current is measured by
protection relay while CB auxiliary contacts
indicate the CB is open.

Internal/ external initiation

Self-adaptive for bus side CT or line


side CT

Closed CB

Figure 6 Tripping logic when applying bus side CT

Inter trip

When one bus side CT of feeder is applied,


once a fault occurs in the dead zone, the
IED trips the relevant busbar zone.
Tripping logic is illustrated in Figure 6.

Busbar

IFAULT

Line1

When one line side CT is applied, when a


fault occurs in the dead zone, protection
relay sends a transfer trip to remote end
relay to isolate the fault. Tripping logic is
illustrated in Figure 7.

Line2

Trip

LineN

Relay

Legend:
Opened CB
Closed CB

Figure 7 Tripping logic when applying line side CT

15

Protection
Synchro-check and
energizing check (25)

delay.

Auto-reclosing (79)

The synchro-check function checks


voltages of the circuit breaker sides for
synchronism conditions.

For restoration of the normal service after a


fault an auto reclosing attempt is mostly
made for overhead lines. Experiences
show that about 85% of faults have
transient nature and will disappear after an
auto reclosing attempt is performed. This
means that the line can be re-energized in
a short period. The reconnection is
accomplished after a dead time via the
automatic reclosing function. If the fault is
permanent or short circuit arc has not
disappeared, the protection will re-trip the
breaker.
Main
features
of
the
auto-reclosing are as follows:

The synchronization function ensures the


stability of the network in three phase
reclosing condition. To do this, the two side
voltages of the circuit breaker are
compared in terms of magnitude, phase
angle
and
frequency
differences.
Additionally, closing can be done safely in
conditions that at least one side of the CB
has dead voltage.

Available for automatic reclosing and


manual closing (internally or externally)

Based on voltage/ angle/ frequency


difference

4
shots
(selectable)

Individually settable dead time for each


shot

Internal/external AR initiation

Three phase AR operation

CB ready supervision

CB Aux. contact supervision

Cooperation with internal synch-check


function for reclosing command

Synchro-check conditions:
Synch-check
Energizing check, and synch-check if
energizing check failure
Override

Modes of energizing check:


Dead V4 and dead V3Ph
Dead V4 and live V3Ph

automatic

reclosing

Live V4 and dead V3Ph

Unbalanced current or
voltage protection (46)

Synchro-check reference
voltage supervision
If the automatic reclosing is set for
synchronization check or energizing check,
during the automatic reclosing period, the
synchronization condition of the voltages
between both sides of CB cannot be met,
an alarm will be issued after default time

The purpose of the unbalance detection


scheme is to remove fuse operated a
capacitor bank from the network. This will
prevent damaging overvoltage across the
remaining capacitor units/elements where
the fuse operation occurs.

16

Protection
Load shedding function

Unbalance detection scheme is set up to


signal an alarm upon an initial failure in a
bank. Upon subsequent critical failures, the
bank will be tripped from the connected
network.
According
to
the
used
unbalanced voltage/current, the IED
supports different protection schemes
mentioned in the typical connections.

The IED provides three kinds of load


shedding functions listed below.

Under frequency load shedding


protection
The function monitors the network
abnormality by detection of frequency
reduction. When the system frequency falls
down to a threshold frequency with
following conditions satisfied, specified
load will be removed.

The IED provides three analog channels to


monitor unbalance status. If only one
unbalanced channel is used, the other two
channels can be reserved. To avoid
mal-operation, breaker auxiliary contact is
necessary as a criterion.

Undercurrent protection
(37)
Under current protection is used to prevent
reconnection of the charged capacitor
bank to energized network when a short
loss of supply voltage occurs.

Under voltage checking

Rate of frequency (df/dt) checking

CB position checking

Load current checking

VT secondary circuit supervision

Under voltage load shedding


This kind of load shedding is to prevent the
voltage collapse and uncontrolled loss of
load.

Once under current protection operates,


the CB closing circuit will be interrupted
and reset after a certain time. Additionally,
time to resetting will be displayed on the
HMI.

Low voltage load shedding is necessary


when the network is connected with a huge
system with vast power capacity. Under
this condition, Low Frequency Load
Shedding Scheme cannot work properly.
Low Voltage Load Shedding Scheme"
would be a useful criterion whenever
Automatic Voltages Regulator (AVR) is out
of service or not equipped with following
conditions satisfied.

Capacitor overload
protection (50OL)
The current overload protection is provided
to protect the capacitor bank against the
faults due to overvoltage which leads to
dielectric breakdown.
The tripping and alarming capability are
provided and can be enabled or disabled
separately.

17

Under voltage checking

Negative sequence voltage checking

Rate of voltage (du/dt) checking

CB position checking

Protection

Load current checking

VT secondary circuit supervision

Relay A

The IED provides a load shedding function


based on the load current passing through
feeder. This function will be essential in
conditions that feeder is connected to a
huge network with constant frequency and
additional AVR is continuously used for
voltage regulation. In this case, load
shedding protection should be done based
on load current and monitoring of following
items

Under voltage checking

Rate of voltage (du/dt) checking (in the


case of voltage connection)

Rate of frequency (df/dt) checking (in


the case of voltage connection)

VT secondary circuit supervision (in the


case of voltage connection)

Relay B

GOOSE message-Block

Overload load shedding

Trip

Relay C
C

Figure 8 operation when fault on the feeder C

Fast busbar protection


scheme

Relay A

Trip

The IED provides fast busbar protection


which is achieved based on operation with
GOOSE signals, it is able to block the
incoming feeder protection IED function by
reception of a defined GOOSE signals
from the outgoing feeder linked with the
same busbar.

Relay B

The principle illustrated in the following


figure:

Relay C

If the fault occurs on outgoing feeder C, the


protection IED C will trip and send block
messenger to IED A to block IED A
relevant protection function.

Figure 9 operation when fault on the Busbar

18

Protection
circuit supervision

Once the fault located on the busbar, there


is not one protection IED of outgoing
feeder to trip and block the IED A. So the
IED A will trip and clear off the fault with
short time delay.

A measured voltage failure, due to a


broken conductor or a short circuit fault in
the secondary circuit of voltage transformer,
may result in unwanted operation of the
protection functions which work based on
voltage criteria. VT failure supervision
function is provided to block these
protection functions and enable the backup
protection functions. The features of the
function are as follows:

Secondary system
supervision
Current transformer secondary
circuit supervision
Open or short circuited CT cores can
cause unwanted operation of some
protection functions such as earth fault
current and negative sequence current
functions.
Interruption of the CT secondary circuit is
detected based on zero-sequence current.
Once CT failure happens, each stage of
earth fault protection is blocked.

Voltage transformer secondary

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Symmetrical/asymmetrical VT failure
detection

3-phase AC voltage MCB monitoring

1-phase AC voltage MCB monitoring

Zero and negative sequence current


monitoring

Applicable
in
solid
grounded,
compensated or isolated networks

Control
The primary apparatuses, such as circuit
breaker, disconnector, earth disconnector,
etc, can be controlled through IED in two
modes,

Remote mode: By Substation


automation system

Local mode: by dedicated keys


operation on the front plate of IED,
for advanced IED version only
Remote or local mode can be switched
by L/R key on the IED front plate. The
current control mode is indicated on the
LCD as an iconL or R.
All control operations are supervised
under interlock logic according the
requirement. The interlock logic can be
programmed in the software tool by user
(shown in Figure 11).
For advanced IED version, the single line
diagram can be displayed on the LCD

(shown in Figure 11), which is able to


indicate the status of circuit breaker,
disconnector and other in real time.

Figure 10 Example of Single line diagram


displayed on the LCD

CLOSE COMMAND
Remote

Blk Rem Access

3Ph CB Open

T_Inhibition

BI21
(EXT. INTERLOCK)

BI22
(CB IN SERVICE)

AND

BI23

AND

(SPRING NOT
CHARGED)

CB Close
Interlock On

BI24
(TR RELAY OPERATED)

BI25
(TRIP COIL FAULTY)

Figure 11 Example of CB control interlock logic diagram

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Monitoring
conductors on protected transmission lines
and cables. Detection can initiate an alarm
or tripping.

Phase-sequence of voltage and


current supervision
The phase-sequence of three phase
voltage and current are monitored in the
normal condition to determine that the
secondary circuit of CT or VT is connected
with IED correctly.

Self-supervision

All modules can perform selfsupervision to its key hardware


components and program, as soon as
energizing. Parts of the modules are
self-supervised in real time. All internal
faults or abnormal conditions will
initiate an alarm. The fatal faults among
them will result in the whole IED
blocked

The sampled data from the redundant


A/D sampling channels compare with
each other in real time. If the difference
exceeds the specified threshold, it will
be considered as analog input channel
fault and the protection will be blocked
immediately

CPU module and communication


module perform real time inter-supervision. Therefore communication
interruption between them is detected
and related alarm will be given

CRC checks for the setting, program


and configuration, etc.

3I0 polarity supervision


The IED compare the magnitude and
phase angle of the calculated zero
sequence current with the measured one
to determine that the polarity is connected
in a right way.

The third harmonic of voltage


supervision
If the third harmonic voltage is excessive,
the alarm without blocking protection will
be given with delay time for checking of the
secondary circuit of voltage transformer.

Auxiliary contacts of circuit


breaker supervision
Current flowing through the transmission
line and connected CB aux. contacts are
monitored in phase segregated. Therefore,
the conflict condition is reported as alarm.
For example, If CB aux. contacts indicate
that CB is open in phase A and at the same
time flowing current is measured in this
phase, related alarm is reported.

Fault locator
The built-in fault locator is an impedance
measuring function giving the distance
from the IED measuring location to the
fault position in km. The IED reports fault
location after the IED tripping.

Broken conductor detection


The main purpose of the broken conductor
detection function is to detect the broken

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Communication
Sifang software tool.

Station communication

RS485 communication ports


Overview

Up to 2 isolated electrical RS485


communication ports are provided to
connect with substation automation
system. These two ports can work in
parallel for IEC60870-5-103.

The IED is able to connect to one or


more substation level systems or
equipments simultaneously, through the
communication ports with communica-tion protocols supported. (Shown in
Figure 12)

Ethernet communication
ports

Front communication port

Up to 3 electrical or optical Ethernet


communication ports are provided to
connect with substation automation system.
These two out of three ports can work in
parallel for protocol, IEC61850 or
IEC60870-5-103.

There is a serial RS232 port on the front


plate of all the IEDs. Through this port,
the IED can be connected to the
personal computer for setting, testing,
and configuration using the dedicated
Server or
Work Station 1

Work Station 3

Server or
Work Station 2

Switch

Work Station 4

Net 1: IEC61850/IEC103,Ethernet Port A

Switch

Net 2: IEC61850/IEC103,Ethernet Port B

Switch

Switch

Switch

Gateway
or
converter

Switch

Gateway
or
converter

Net 4: IEC103, RS485 Port B


Net 3: IEC103, RS485 Port A

Figure 12 Connection example for multi-networks of station automation system


Note: All four ports can work in parallel

Communication protocol

that bay IEDs can exchange information to


each other directly, and a simple
master-less system can be set up for bay
and system interlocking and other
interactive function.

The IED supports station communication


with IEC 61850-8 and IED60870-5-103
protocols.
By means of IEC61850, GOOSE peer-to-peer communication make it possible

Time synchronization port

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Software Tools
All IEDs feature a permanently integrated
electrical time synchronization port. It can
be used to feed timing telegrams in IRIG-B
or pulse format into the IEDs via time
synchronization receivers. The IED can
adapt the second or minute pulse in the
pulse mode automatically.

SNTP

Meanwhile, SNTP network time synchro-nization can be applied.

Ethernet port

Figure 13 illustrates the optional time


synchronization modes.

IRIG-B

IRIG-B port

Pulse

Binary input

Figure 13 Time synchronizing modes

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Software tools
A user-friendly software tool is offered for
engineering, setting, disturbance analysis
and monitoring. It provides versatile
functionalities required throughout the life
cycle of protection IEDs. Its features are as

follows:

For advanced IED version, the binary


inputs and binary outputs can be
assigned to the required function
modules (shown in Figure 14)

Figure 14 Binary inputs and binary outputs edit window

Modification, import and export of


parameter sets sorted by protection

functions with setting logicality check


(shown in Figure 15)

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Software Tools

Figure 15 setting edit window

For advanced IED version, the control


function interlock logic can be

programmed according requirements


(shown in Figure 15)

Figure 16 Interlock logic edit window

Precise fault analysis: visualization of


fault records in curves over time, circle

diagrams, vector diagrams, bar charts


and data sheet (shown in Figure 17)

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Software tools

Figure 17 Disturbance record waveform analysis window

Intelligent setting checks rule out


incorrect input

Graphical visualization of
characteristics and zone diagrams with
direct manipulation of the curves

different jobs such as parameter setting,


commissioning and controlling
(authorized staff only)

Password-protected access for

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Testing and diagnostic functions


decisive support in the commissioning
phase

Hardware
Front plate
The whole front plate is divided into zones,
each of them with a well-defined
functionality:

1
Run
LED9

Trip

Alarm

LED4

LED5

LED6

LED7

CSC-211

LED8

RESET

LED10 LED11 LED12 LED13 LED14 LED15 LED16

QUIT

SET

CSC-211

R\L

SWITCH

SELECT CONFIRM

TRIP

CLOSE

RESET

2
QUIT

SET

SIO

10

11

12 13

Figure 19 The option 2 of view of IED front plate


for advanced IED version only

Figure 18 The option 1 of view of IED front plate

Liquid crystal display (LCD), alpha-numeric and graphic display

16 LEDs

Quit key

Reset key

Set key

Navigation keys

Liquid crystal display (LCD), alpha-numeric display only

8 LEDs

Navigation keys

Reset key

Quit key

Set key

9 LCD display switch key

RS232 communication port

10 Controlled objects select key

7 RJ45 Ethernet communication port

8 R/L Remote/Local control switch key

11 Control operation confirm key


12 Open key
13 Close key

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Hardware
Direct binary Output Module (DOM)

Modules

This module is used to provide fast tripping


outputs and initiating outputs for protection
functions, and signaling output, for
standard version only.

Analogue Input Module (AIM)


The analogue input module is used to
galvanically separate and transform the
secondary
currents
and
voltages
generated by the measuring transformers.

10 binary output relays with 10 contacts in


5 groups are provided in the FOM of
standard version.

3 dedicated high accurate current


transformers (optional) are used for
metering.

Direct binary Input & Output module


(DIO)
In this module, the fast binary inputs are
used to connect with the signals and
alarms. The fast binary outputs are used
for the tripping outputs and initiating
outputs for protection functions, or
signaling output.

CPU module (CPU)


The CPU module handles all protection
functions
and
logic,
hardware
self-supervision
and
performs
communication and information exchange
between the protection system and
external equipments such as HMI, PC,
monitor, control system, substation
automation system, engineer station, RTU
and printer, etc. Additionally, the CPU
module transmits remote metering, remote
signaling, SOE, event reports and record
data. The module also provides binary
inputs, synchronization and communica-tion ports.

4 binary inputs and 7 binary output relays


are provided in this module of standard
version.
5 binary inputs and 7 binary output relays
are provided in this module of advanced
version.

Binary Input & Output module (BIO)


In this module, the output contacts are
used for controlling and signaling outputs
mainly. The binary inputs are used to
connect with the input signals and alarms.

The pulse, IRIG-B or SNTP mode can be


applied for time synchronization.
According to requirement, up to 2 isolated
electrical or optical Ethernet ports (optical
Ethernet ports optional) and up to 2 RS485
serial communication port can be provided
to meet the demands of different
substation automation system and RTU at
the same time.

7 binary inputs and 9 binary output relays


have been provided in this module of
standard version.
5 binary inputs and 8 binary output relays
are provided in this module of advanced
version.

There are 7 binary input channels (DC24V)


in the CPU module for standard version.

Power Supply Module (PSM)

There are 3 binary input channels (DC24V)


in the CPU module for advanced version.

The power supply module is used to


provide the correct internal voltages and
full isolation between the terminal and the

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Hardware
battery system. The module of standard
version provides 9 binary input channels.
And the module of advanced version
provides 10 binary input channels as well.

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Hardware
Dimension
F

E
A

C
D

B
Figure 20 Case of CSC211 protection IED
Table 2 Dimension of the IED

Legend

Dimension (mm)

177

231

193.8

220.8

149

193.5

A
B
Figure 21 Cutout for flush mounting on the panel
Table 3 Dimension of the cutout

Legend

Dimension (mm)

199.5

213.5

101.6

156

6.5

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Connection
A. Typical rear terminal diagram of standard
version
CSC-211
Standard Version

X1
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12

1)

I5
2)

UUBA / IUBA
UUBB / IUBB

X5

BI01
BI02
BI03
BI04
BI-COM(-)
Null
Output relay 01

UUBC / IUBC

Output relay 02
Output relay 03

IMB

Output relay 04
Output relay 05

X2-1
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12

IA

Output relay 06

IB

Output relay 07

IC

X6

I4
IMA
Output relay 01
IMC

Output relay 02

X2-2
01
02
03
04
05
06

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UB
UC
UN

Output relay 03

U4
Output relay 04

X3
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

Output relay 01
Output relay 02

Output relay 05

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Output relay 03

X7

Output relay 04
Output relay 05
Output relay 06
Output relay 07
Output relay 08
Output relay 09
BI01
BI02
BI03
BI04
BI05
BI06
BI07
BI-COM (-)

X4
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

BI01
BI02
BI03
BI04
BI05
BI06
BI07
BI-COM (-)
GPS
GPS - GND
RS485 - B
RS485 - A

BI01
BI02
BI03
BI04
BI05
BI06
BI07
BI08
BI09
BI-COM (-)
DC 24V + output
DC 24V - output
Power failure alarm relay

3)

Null
AUX DC + input
Null
AUX DC - input
Null
Terminal for earthing

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Note :
1) X1 is optional module according
the ordered pre-configure scheme.
2) For pre-configure scheme C01,
they are three phases unbalanced
voltage input channels; For preconfigure scheme C02, they are
three phases unbalanced current
input channels.

Ethernet Port 1 - RJ45

Ethernet Port 2 - RJ45

3) These binary inputs support DC


24V input voltage only.

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Connection
B. Typical rear terminal diagram of advanced
version
X1
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12

I5

1)

CSC-211
Advanced Version

X5
BI01
BI02
BI03
BI04
BI05
BI-COM(-)

Output relay 01
Output relay 02
Output relay 03

IMB

Output relay 04
Output relay 05

X2-1
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12

IA

Output relay 06

IB

Output relay 07

IC

Output relay 08

I4

X6

IMA
BI01
BI02
BI03
BI04
BI05
BI-COM(-)

IMC

X2-2
01
02
03
04
05
06

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UB
UC
UN

Output relay 01
Output relay 02
Output relay 03

U4

Output relay 04
Output relay 05

X3
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

X4
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

BI01
BI02
BI03
BI04
BI05
BI-COM (-)
Output relay 01

Output relay 06

Output relay 07

Output relay 02
Output relay 03
Output relay 04
Output relay 05
Output relay 06
Output relay 07
Output relay 08

2)
BI01
BI02
BI03
BI-COM (-)
Time synchronization - \ A
Time synchronization + \ B
Time synchronization - GND
RS232 - RX
RS232 - TX
RS232 - GND
RS485 - 1A
RS485 - 1B
RS485 - 1GND
RS485 - 2A
RS485 - 2B
RS485 - 2GND

3)

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

X7
BI01
BI02
BI03
BI04
BI05
BI06
BI07
BI08
BI09
BI10
BI-COM (-)
DC 24V + output
DC 24V - output
IED tripping signal relay
Signal relay
IED alarm I relay
IED alarm II relay
Power failure alarm relay
AUX DC + input
Null
AUX DC - input
Terminal for earthing

Ethernet Port 1 - RJ45

Ethernet Port 2 - RJ45

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01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

Connection
Note :
1) X1 is optional module according the ordered pre-configure scheme.
2) These binary inputs support DC 24V input voltage only.
3) There are total 3 CPU modules options offered in slot X4, other options are shown as following:

Option 2
X4
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10

Option 3
X4

BI01
BI02
BI03
BI-COM (-)
Time synchronization - \ A
Time synchronization + \ B
Time synchronization - GND
RS232 - RX
RS232 - TX
RS232 - GND

Ethernet Port 1 - RJ45

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10

BI01
BI02
BI03
BI-COM (-)
Time synchronization - \ A
Time synchronization + \ B
Time synchronization - GND
RS232 - RX
RS232 - TX
RS232 - GND
Ethernet Port 1 - ST
Ethernet Port 2 - ST

Ethernet Port 2 - RJ45

Ethernet Port 3 - RJ45

33

Connection
C. Typical analogue input connection for incoming or outgoing
feeder protection or line backup protection
A
B
C
AIM2
I01

IA

I02
I03

IB

I04

I05

IC

I06
I07

IN

I08

Figure 22 Application of feeder protection to measure three phase and earth currents

A
B
C
AIM2
U01

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UB
UC
UN

U02
U03
U04

AIM2
I01
I02

IA

I03
I04

IB

I05
I06

IC

I07
I08

IN

Figure 23 Application of feeder protection to measure three phase and earth currents and three phase
voltages (bus side)

34

Connection
A
B
C
AIM2
I01

IA

I02
I03

IB

I04

I05

IC

I06
I07

IN

I08

AIM2
U01
U02
U03
U04

UA
UB
UC
UN

Figure 24 Application of feeder protection to measure three phase and earth currents and three phase
voltages (line side)

35

Connection
A
B
C
AIM2
U01

UA
UB
UC
UN

U02
U03
U04

AIM2
I01
I02

IA

I03
I04

IB

I05
I06

IC

I07
I08

IN

Figure 25 Application of feeder protection to measure three phase and earth currents and single phase
voltage (Ph-Ph) (bus side)

36

Connection
A
B
C
AIM2
U01

UA
UB
UC

U02
U03
U04

UN

AIM2
I01
I02

IA

I03
I04

IB

I05
I06

IC

I07
I08

IN

Figure 26 Application of feeder protection to measure three phase and earth currents and single phase
voltage (Ph-E) (bus side)

37

Connection
A
B
C
AIM2
I01

IA

I02
I03

IB

I04

I05

IC

I06
I07

IN

I08

AIM1
I01

I1
I02

Figure 27 Application of feeder protection to measure three phase currents, earth current, and
sensitive earth current

38

Connection
A
B
C
AIM2
U01

UA
UB
UC
UN

U02
U03
U04

AIM2
I01

IA

I02
I03

IB

I04

I05

IC

I06
I07

IN

I08

AIM1
I01

I1
I02

Figure 28 Application of feeder protection to measure three phase currents, earth current and sensitive
earth current, and three phase voltages (bus side)

39

Connection
A
B
C
AIM2
I01

IA

I02
I03

IB

I04

I05

IC

I06
I07

IN

I08

AIM2
U01

UA
UB
UC
UN

U02
U03
U04

AIM1
*

I01

I1
I02

Figure 29 Application of feeder protection to measure three phase currents, earth current and sensitive
earth current, and three phase voltages (line side)

40

Connection
A
B
C
AIM2
U01

UA
UB
UC
UN

U02
U03
U04

AIM2
I01

IA

I02
I03

IB

I04

I05

IC

I06
I07

IN

I08

AIM1
I01

I1
I02

Figure 30 Application of feeder protection to measure three phase currents, earth current and sensitive
earth current, and single phase voltage (Ph-Ph) (bus side)

41

Connection
A
B
C
AIM2
U01

UA
UB
UC
UN

U02
U03
U04

AIM2
I01

IA

I02
I03

IB

I04

I05

IC

I06
I07

IN

I08

AIM1
*

I01

I1
I02

Figure 31 Application of feeder protection to measure three phase currents, earth current, and
sensitive earth current, and single phase voltage (Ph-E) (bus side)

42

Connection
D. Typical analogue input connection for transformer backup
protection
A
B
C
AIM2
I01

IA

I02
I03

IB

I04

I05

IC

I06
I07

IN

I08

AIM1
*

I01
I02

I1

Figure 32 Application of transformer backup protection to measure three phase currents, earth current,
and neutral current

43

Connection
A
B
C
AIM2
U01

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UB
UC
UN

U02
U03
U04

AIM2
I01

IA

I02
I03

IB

I04

I05

IC

I06
I07

IN

I08

AIM1
*

I01
I02

I1

Figure 33 Application of transformer backup protection to measure three phase currents, earth current
and neutral current, and three phase voltages (bus side)

44

Connection
A
B
C
AIM2
I01

IA

I02
I03

IB

I04

I05

IC

I06
I07

IN

I08

AIM2
U01

UA
UB
UC
UN

U02
U03
U04

AIM1
*

I01
I02

I1

Figure 34 Application of transformer backup protection to measure three phase currents, earth current
and neutral current, and three phase voltages (line side)

45

Connection
A
B
C
AIM2
U01

UA
UB
UC
UN

U02
U03
U04

AIM2
I01

IA

I02
I03

IB

I04

I05

IC

I06
I07

IN

I08

AIM1
*

I01
I02

I1

Figure 35 Application of transformer backup protection to measure three phase currents, earth current
and neutral current, and single phase voltage (Ph-Ph) (bus side)

46

Connection
A
B
C
AIM2
U01

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UB
UC
UN

U02
U03
U04

AIM2
I01

IA

I02
I03

IB

I04

I05

IC

I06
I07

IN

I08

AIM1
*

I01
I02

I1

Figure 36 Application of transformer backup protection to measure three phase currents, earth current
and neutral current, and single phase voltage (Ph-E) (bus side)

47

Connection
E. Typical analogue input connection for synch-check function
A
B
C
A
B
C

AIM2
U05

U4
U06

U01
U02
U03
U04

UA
UB
UC
UN

Figure 37 Typical connection for synch-check on bus coupler applications

48

Connection
A
B
C
AIM2
U05

U4
U06

U01

UA
UB
UC
UN

U02
U03
U04

AIM2
I01
I02

IA

I03
I04

IB

I05
I06

IC

I07
I08

Figure 38 Typical connection for synch-check and feeder current protection

49

IN

Connection
F. Typical analogue input connection for capacitor bank
protection
A
B
C

AIM1

Capacitor bank

I03

IC1

I04

I05

IC2

I06

I07

IC3

I08

Figure 39 Typical connection for capacitor bank unbalanced current protection with three current
inputs

A
B
C

AIM1

Capacitor bank
U03
U04

UC1

U05
U06

UC2

U07
U08

UC3

Figure 40 Typical connection for capacitor bank unbalanced voltage protection with three voltage
inputs

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Connection
A
B
C

AIM1

Capacitor bank
I03

IC1

I04

*
I05

IC2

I06
I07

IC3

I08

Figure 41 Typical connection for capacitor bank unbalanced current protection with one current input

A
B
C

AIM1

Capacitor bank

U03
U04

UC1

U05
U06

UC2

U07
U08

UC3

Figure 42 Typical connection for capacitor bank unbalanced voltage protection with one voltage input

51

Connection
A
B
C

A
B
C

I1
I1
I2
I3

Figure 43 Unbalanced current detection for


grounded capacitor bank

Figure 46 Three unbalanced currents detection

A
B
C

for capacitor bank

A
B
C

I1

U1

Figure 44 Neutral current differential protection


for grounded Split-Wye capacitor bank

Figure 47 Neutral voltage unbalanced protection


for unrounded Wye capacitor bank

A
B
C

A
B
C

I1
U1
Figure 45 Neutral current protection for
ungrounded split-Wye capacitor bank
Figure 48 Neutral voltage unbalanced detection
for ungrounded split-Wye capacitor bank

52

Connection
A
B
C

A
B
C

U1
U1

Figure 51 Neutral voltage protection for


ungrounded split-Wye capacitor bank

Figure 49 Summation of Intermediate tap-point

A
B
C

voltage for grounded Wye capacitor bank

A
B
C

U1
U2

U1

U3

Figure 52 Three unbalanced voltages detection

Figure 50 Neutral voltage unbalance detection by

for Capacitor Bank

3VTs for unrounded Wye capacitor bank

G. Typical analogue input connection for Load shedding function

CSC-211

CSC-211

CSC-211

CSC-211

Figure 53 Typical connection for load shedding function

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CSC-211

Technical data
Frequency
Item

Standard

Rated system frequency

IEC 60255-1

Data
50 Hz or 60Hz

Internal current transformer


Item

Standard

Rated current Ir

IEC 60255-1

Data
1 or 5 A

Nominal current range

0.05 Ir to 30 Ir

Nominal current range of sensitive

0.005 to 1 A

CT
0.1 VA at Ir = 1 A;

Power consumption (per phase)

0.5 VA at Ir = 5 A
0.5 VA for sensitive CT
Thermal overload capability

IEC 60255-1

100 Ir for 1 s

IEC 60255-27

4 Ir continuous

Thermal overload capability for

IEC 60255-27

100 A for 1 s

sensitive CT

DL/T 478-2001

3 A continuous

Internal voltage transformer


Item

Standard

Rated voltage Vr (ph-ph)

IEC 60255-1

Data
100 V /110 V

Nominal range (ph-e)

0.4 V to 120 V

Power consumption at Vr = 110 V

IEC 60255-27

0.1 VA per phase

DL/T 478-2001
Thermal

overload

capability

(phase-neutral voltage)

IEC 60255-27

2 Vr, for 10s

DL/T 478-2001

1.5 Vr, continuous

Auxiliary voltage
Item
Rated auxiliary voltage Uaux

Standard
IEC60255-1

Data
100 to 125V
195 to 250V

Permissible tolerance

IEC60255-1

%20 Uaux

Power consumption at quiescent

IEC60255-1

50 W per power supply module

state

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Technical data
Power consumption at maximum

IEC60255-1

60 W per power supply module

IEC60255-1

T 5 ms/I 35 A

load
Inrush Current

Binary inputs
Item
Input voltage range

Standard
IEC60255-1

Data
110/125 V
220/250 V

Threshold1: guarantee

IEC60255-1

154V, for 220/250V

operation

77V, for 110V/125V

Threshold2: uncertain operation

IEC60255-1

132V, for 220/250V

66V, for 110V/125V


Response time/reset time

IEC60255-1

Software

provides

de-bounce

time
Power consumption, energized

IEC60255-1

Max. 0.5 W/input, 110V


Max. 1 W/input, 220V

Binary outputs
Item

Standard

Data

Max. system voltage

IEC60255-1

250V

/~

Current carrying capacity

IEC60255-1

5 A continuous,
30A200ms ON, 15s OFF

Making capacity

IEC60255-1

1100 W( ) at inductive load with


L/R>40 ms
1000 VA(AC)

Breaking capacity

Mechanical endurance, Unloaded

IEC60255-1

IEC60255-1

220V

, 0.15A, at L/R40 ms

110V

, 0.30A, at L/R40 ms

50,000,000 cycles (3 Hz switching


frequency)

Mechanical endurance, making

IEC60255-1

1000 cycles

Mechanical endurance, breaking

IEC60255-1

1000 cycles

Specification state verification

IEC60255-1

UL/CSATV

IEC60255-23
IEC61810-1

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Technical data
Contact circuit resistance

IEC60255-1

measurement

IEC60255-23

30m

IEC61810-1
Open Contact insulation test (AC

IEC60255-1

Dielectric strength)

IEC60255-27

Maximum temperature of parts and

IEC60255-1

AC1000V 1min

55

materials

Front communication port


Item

Data

Number

Connection

Isolated, RS232; front panel,


9-pin subminiature connector, for software tools

Communication speed

9600 baud

Max. length of communication cable

15 m

RS485 communication port


Item

Data

Number

Connection

2-wire connector
Rear port in communication module

Max. length of communication cable

1.0 km

Test voltage

500 V AC against earth

For IEC 60870-5-103 protocol


Communication speed

Factory setting 9600 baud,


Min. 1200 baud, Max. 19200 baud

Ethernet communication port


Item

Data
Electrical communication port

Number

0 to 3

Connection

RJ45 connector
Rear port in communication module

Max. length of communication cable

100m

For IEC 61850 protocol

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Technical data
Communication speed

100 Mbit/s

For IEC 60870-5-103 protocol


Communication speed

100 Mbit/s

Time synchronization
Item

Data

Mode

Pulse mode

IRIG-B signal format

IRIG-B000

Connection

2-wire connector
Rear port in communication module

Voltage levels

differential input

Environmental influence
Item
Recommended permanent operating temperature

Data
-10 C to +55C
(Legibility of display may be impaired above
+55 C /+131 F)

Storage and transport temperature limit

-25C to +70C

Permissible humidity

95 % of relative humidity

IED design
Item

Data

Case size

4U1/2 19inch

Weight

5kg

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Technical Data
Product safety-related Tests
Item

Standard

Data

Over voltage category

IEC60255-27

Category III

Pollution degree

IEC60255-27

Degree 2

Insulation

IEC60255-27

Basic insulation

Degree of protection (IP)

IEC60255-27

Front plate: IP40

IEC 60529

Rear, side, top and bottom: IP 30

IEC 60255-5

2KV, 50Hz

EN 60255-5

2.8kV

ANSI C37.90

between the following circuits:

GB/T 15145-2001

auxiliary power supply

DL/T 478-2001

CT / VT inputs

Power

frequency

withstand test

high

voltage

binary inputs
binary outputs
case earth
500V, 50Hz
between the following circuits:
Communication ports to case
earth
time synchronization terminals
to case earth
Impulse voltage test

IEC60255-5

5kV (1.2/50s, 0.5J)

IEC 60255-27

If Ui63V

EN 60255-5

1kV if Ui<63V

ANSI C37.90

Tested between the following

GB/T 15145-2001

circuits:

DL/T 478-2001

auxiliary power supply


CT / VT inputs
binary inputs
binary outputs
case earth
Note: Ui: Rated voltage

Insulation resistance

IEC60255-5
IEC 60255-27
EN 60255-5
ANSI C37.90
GB/T 15145-2001

58

100 M at 500 V

Technical Data
DL/T 478-2001
Protective bonding resistance

IEC60255-27

0.1

Fire withstand/flammability

IEC60255-27

Class V2

Electromagnetic immunity tests


Item
1 MHz burst immunity test

Standard

Data

IEC60255-22-1

Class III

IEC60255-26

2.5 kV CM ; 1 kV DM

IEC61000-4-18

Tested on the following circuits:

EN 60255-22-1

auxiliary power supply

ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1

CT / VT inputs
binary inputs
binary outputs
1 kV CM ; 0 kV DM
Tested on the following circuits:
communication ports

Electrostatic discharge

IEC 60255-22-2

Level 4

IEC 61000-4-2

8 kV contact discharge;

EN 60255-22-2

15 kV air gap discharge;


both polarities; 150 pF; Ri = 330

Radiated electromagnetic field

IEC 60255-22-3

Frequency sweep:

disturbance test

EN 60255-22-3

80 MHz 1 GHz; 1.4 GHz 2.7 GHz


spot frequencies:
80 MHz; 160 MHz; 380 MHz; 450
MHz; 900 MHz; 1850 MHz; 2150
MHz
10 V/m
AM, 80%, 1 kHz

Radiated electromagnetic field

IEC 60255-22-3

Pulse-modulated

disturbance test

EN 60255-22-3

10 V/m, 900 MHz; repetition rate


200 Hz, on duration 50 %

Electric fast transient/burst immunity

IEC 60255-22-4,

Class A, 4KV

test

IEC 61000-4-4

Tested on the following circuits:

EN 60255-22-4

auxiliary power supply

ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1

CT / VT inputs
binary inputs
binary outputs

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Technical Data
Class A, 1KV
Tested on the following circuits:
communication ports
Surge immunity test

IEC 60255-22-5

4.0kV L-E

IEC 61000-4-5

2.0kV L-L
Tested on the following circuits:
auxiliary power supply
CT / VT inputs
binary inputs
binary outputs
500V L-E
Tested on the following circuits:
communication ports

Conduct immunity test

IEC 60255-22-6

Frequency sweep: 150 kHz 80

IEC 61000-4-6

MHz
spot frequencies: 27 MHz and 68
MHz
10 V
AM, 80%, 1 kHz

Power frequency immunity test

IEC60255-22-7

Class A
300 V CM
150 V DM

Power frequency magnetic field test

IEC 61000-4-8

Level 4
30 A/m cont. / 300 A/m 1 s to 3 s

100 kHz burst immunity test

IEC61000-4-18

2.5 kV CM ; 1 kV DM
Tested on the following circuits:
auxiliary power supply
CT / VT inputs
binary inputs
binary outputs
1 kV CM ; 0 kV DM
Tested on the following circuits:
communication ports

DC voltage interruption test


Item
DC voltage dips

Standard
IEC 60255-11

60

Data
100% reduction 20 ms

Technical Data
60% reduction 200 ms
30% reduction 500 ms

DC voltage interruptions

IEC 60255-11

100% reduction 5 s

DC voltage ripple

IEC 60255-11

15%, twice rated frequency

DC voltage gradual shutdown

IEC 60255-11

60 s shut down ramp

/start-up

5 min power off


60 s start-up ramp

DC voltage reverse polarity

IEC 60255-11

1 min

Electromagnetic emission test


Item

Standard

Radiated emission

Data

IEC60255-25

30MHz to 1GHz ( IT device may up

EN60255-25

to 5 GHz)

CISPR22
Conducted emission

IEC60255-25

0.15MHz to 30MHz

EN60255-25
CISPR22

Mechanical tests
Item
Sinusoidal

Vibration

Standard
response

test

Data

IEC60255-21-1

Class 1

EN 60255-21-1

10 Hz to 60 Hz: 0.075 mm
60 Hz to 150 Hz: 1 g
1 sweep cycle in each axis
Relay energized

Sinusoidal Vibration endurance

IEC60255-21-1

Class 1

test

EN 60255-21-1

10 Hz to 150 Hz: 1 g
20 sweep cycle in each axis
Relay non-energized

Shock response test

IEC60255-21-2

Class 1

EN 60255-21-2

5 g, 11 ms duration
3 shocks in both directions of 3 axes
Relay energized

Shock withstand test

IEC60255-21-2

Class 1

EN 60255-21-2

15 g, 11 ms duration
3 shocks in both directions of 3 axes

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Technical Data
Relay non-energized
Bump test

IEC60255-21-2

Class 1
10 g, 16 ms duration
1000 shocks in both directions of 3
axes
Relay non-energized

Seismic test

IEC60255-21-3

Class 1
X-axis 1 Hz to 8/9 Hz: 7.5 mm
X-axis 8/9 Hz to 35 Hz :2 g
Y-axis 1 Hz to 8/9 Hz: 3.75 mm
Y-axis 8/9 Hz to 35 Hz :1 g
1 sweep cycle in each axis,
Relay energized

Climatic tests
Item

Standard

Cold test - Operation

IEC60255-27

Data
-10C, 16 hours, rated load

IEC60068-2-1
Cold test Storage

IEC60255-27 IEC60068-2-1

-25C, 16 hours

Dry heat test Operation

[IEC60255-27

+55C, 16 hours, rated load

IEC60068-2-2
Dry heat test Storage

IEC60255-27

+70C, 16 hours

IEC60068-2-2
Change of temperature

Damp heat static test

IEC60255-27

Test Nb, figure 2, 5 cycles

IEC60068-2-14

-10C / +55C

IEC60255-27

+40C, 93% r.h. 10 days, rated load

IEC60068-2-78
Damp heat cyclic test

IEC60255-27

+55C, 93% r.h. 6 cycles, rated load

IEC60068-2-30

CE Certificate
Item
EMC Directive
Low voltage directive

Data
EN 61000-6-2 and EN61000-6-4 (EMC Council
Directive 2004/108/EC)
EN 60255-27 (Low-voltage directive 2006/95 EC).

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Technical Data
Functions
NOTE:
Ir: CT rated secondary current, 1A or 5A;

Overcurrent protection (ANSI 50, 51, 67)


Item

Rang or Value

Tolerance

Definite time characteristics


Current

0.08 Ir to 20.00 Ir

3% setting or 0.02Ir

Time delay

0.00 to 60.00s, step 0.01s

1% setting or +40ms, at 200%


operating setting

Reset time

approx. 40ms

Reset ratio

Approx. 0.95 at I/In 0.5


Inverse time characteristics

Current

0.08 Ir to 20.00 Ir

3% setting or 0.02Ir

IEC standard

Normal inverse;

5% setting + 40ms, at 2

Very inverse;

<I/ISETTING < 20, in accordance

Extremely inverse;

with IEC60255-151

Long inverse
ANSI

Inverse;

5% setting + 40ms, at 2

Short inverse;

<I/ISETTING < 20, in

Long inverse;

accordance with ANSI/IEEE

Moderately inverse;

C37.112,

Very inverse;
Extremely inverse;
Definite inverse
user-defined characteristic

5% setting + 40ms, at 2

T=

<I/ISETTING < 20, in accordance


with IEC60255-151

Time factor of inverse time, A

0.005 to 200.0s, step 0.001s

Delay of inverse time, B

0.000 to 60.00s, step 0.01s

Index of inverse time, P

0.005 to 10.00, step 0.005

set time Multiplier for step n: k

0.05 to 999.0, step 0.01

Minimum operating time

20ms

Maximum operating time

100s

Reset mode

instantaneous

Reset time

approx. 40ms,
Directional element

Operating area range

3, at phase to phase

170

63

Technical Data
Characteristic angle

0to 90, step 1

voltage >1V

Earth fault protection (ANSI 50N, 51N, 67N)


Item

Rang or value

Tolerance

Definite time characteristic


Current

0.08 Ir to 20.00 Ir

3% setting or 0.02Ir

Time delay

0.00 to 60.00s, step 0.01s

1% setting or +40ms, at 200%


operating setting

Reset time

approx. 40ms

Reset ratio

Approx. 0.95 at I/Ir 0.5


Inverse time characteristics

Current

0.08 Ir to 20.00 Ir

3% setting or 0.02Ir

IEC standard

Normal inverse;

IEC60255-151

Very inverse;

5% setting + 40ms, at 2

Extremely inverse;

<I/ISETTING < 20

Long inverse
ANSI

Inverse;

ANSI/IEEE C37.112,

Short inverse;

5% setting + 40ms, at 2

Long inverse;

<I/ISETTING < 20

Moderately inverse;
Very inverse;
Extremely inverse;
Definite inverse
user-defined characteristic

IEC60255-151

T=

5% setting + 40ms, at 2
<I/ISETTING < 20

Time factor of inverse time, A

0.005 to 200.0s, step


0.001s

Delay of inverse time, B

0.000 to 60.00s, step 0.01s

Index of inverse time, P

0.005 to 10.00, step 0.005

set time Multiplier for step n: k

0.05 to 999.0, step 0.01

Minimum operating time

20ms

Maximum operating time

100s

Reset mode

instantaneous

Reset time

approx. 40ms
Directional element

Operating area range of zero


sequence directional element
Characteristic angle

3, at 3U01V

160
0to 90, step 1

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Technical Data
Operating area range of negative
sequence directional element
Characteristic angle

3, at 3U22V

160
50to 90, step 1

Non-directional neutral earth fault protection (ANSI 50G, 51G)


Item

Rang or value

Tolerance

Definite time characteristic


Current

0.08 Ir to 20.00 Ir

3% setting or 0.02Ir

Time delay

0.00 to 60.00s, step 0.01s

1% setting or +40ms, at 200%


operating setting

Reset time

approx. 40ms

Reset ratio

Approx. 0.95 at I/Ir 0.5


Inverse time characteristics

Current

0.08 Ir to 20.00 Ir

3% setting or 0.02Ir

IEC standard

Normal inverse;

5% setting + 40ms, at 2

Very inverse;

<I/ISETTING < 20, in accordance with

Extremely inverse;

IEC60255-151

Long inverse
ANSI

Inverse;

5% setting + 40ms, at 2

Short inverse;

<I/ISETTING < 20, in accordance

Long inverse;

with ANSI/IEEE C37.112,

Moderately inverse;
Very inverse;
Extremely inverse;
Definite inverse
user-defined characteristic

5% setting + 40ms, at 2

T=

<I/ISETTING < 20, in accordance with


IEC60255-151

Time factor of inverse time, A

0.005 to 200.0s, step


0.001s

Delay of inverse time, B

0.000 to 60.00s, step 0.01s

Index of inverse time, P

0.005 to 10.00, step 0.005

set time Multiplier for step n: k

0.05 to 999.0, step 0.01

Minimum operating time

20ms

Maximum operating time

100s

Reset mode

instantaneous

Reset time

approx. 40ms

Characteristic angle

0to 90, step 1

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Technical Data
Sensitive/normal earth fault protection (ANSI 50Ns, 51Ns, 67Ns)
Item

Range or value

Tolerance

Definite time characteristic


Current from sensitive CT input

0.005 to 1.000 A , step 0.001 A

3 % setting value or 1 mA

Current from neutral CT input

0.08 Ir to 20.00 Ir

3 % setting value or 0.02 Ir

Time delay

0.00 to 60.00, step 0.01 s

1.5 % setting value or +40


ms, at 200% operating setting

Reset ratio

Approx. 0.95 when I/In 0.5

Reset time

Approx. 40 ms
Inverse time characteristics

Current from sensitive input

0.005 to 1.000 A , step 0.001 A

3 % setting value or 1 mA

Current from normal input

0.08 Ir to 20.00 Ir

3 % setting value or 0.02 Ir

IEC standard

Normal inverse;

5% setting + 40ms, at 2

Very inverse;

<I/ISETTING < 20, in accordance

Extremely inverse;

with IEC60255-151

Long inverse
ANSI

Inverse;

5% setting + 40ms, at 2

Short inverse;

<I/ISETTING < 20, in

Long inverse;

accordance with ANSI/IEEE

Moderately inverse;

C37.112,

Very inverse;
Extremely inverse;
Definite inverse
5% setting + 40ms, at 2

user-defined characteristic
T=

A
i
IS T

<I/ISETTING < 20, in accordance


with IEC60255-151

Time factor of inverse time, A

0.005 to 200.0s, step 0.001s

Delay of inverse time, B

0.000 to 60.00s, step 0.01s

Index of inverse time, P

0.005 to 10.00, step 0.005

set time Multiplier for step n: k

0.05 to 999.0, step 0.01

Minimum operating time

20ms

Maximum operating time

100s

Reset mode

instantaneous

Reset time

approx. 40ms
Directional element for sensitive earth-fault protection

principles

I cos
(V0 / I0)

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Technical Data
Direction measurement

IE and VE measured
or 3V0 calculated

3U0 Minimum voltage threshold

2.00 to 100.00 V, step 0.01 V

3 % setting for measured


voltage;
5 % setting for calculated
voltage

Characteristic angle _S FChar

0.0to 90.0, step 1

Operating area range

160

Negative sequence current protection (ANSI 46)


Item

Rang or Value

Tolerance

Definite time characteristic


Current

0.08 Ir to 20.00 Ir

3% setting value or 0.02Ir

Time delay

0.00 to 60.00, step 0.01 s

1% setting or +40ms, at
200% operating setting

Reset time

40 ms

Reset ratio

Approx. 0.95 for I2 /Ir > 0.5


Inverse time characteristics

Current

0.08 Ir to 20.00 Ir

3% setting or 0.02Ir

IEC standard

Normal inverse;

5% setting + 40ms, at 2

Very inverse;

<I/ISETTING < 20, in accordance

Extremely inverse;

with IEC60255-151

Long inverse
ANSI

Inverse;

5% setting + 40ms, at 2

Short inverse;

<I/ISETTING < 20, in

Long inverse;

accordance with ANSI/IEEE

Moderately inverse;

C37.112,

Very inverse;
Extremely inverse;
Definite inverse
user-defined characteristic

T=

A
i
IS T

5% setting + 40ms, at 2
<I/ISETTING < 20, in accordance
with IEC60255-151

Time factor of inverse time, A

0.005 to 200.0s, step 0.001s

Delay of inverse time, B

0.000 to 60.00s, step 0.01s

Index of inverse time, P

0.005 to 10.00, step 0.005

set time Multiplier for step n: k

0.05 to 999.0, step 0.01

Minimum operating time

20ms

Maximum operating time

100s

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Technical Data
Reset time

approx. 40ms

Inrush restraint function


Item
Upper function limit

Range or value
0.25 Ir to 20.00 Ir

Tolerance
3% setting value or 0.02Ir

Max current for inrush restraint


Ratio of 2

nd

harmonic current to

0.10 to 0.45, step 0.01

fundamental component current


Cross-block (IL1, IL2, IL3)

0.00s to 60.00 s, step 0.01s

1% setting or +40ms

(settable time)

Thermal overload protection (ANSI-49)


Item

Rang or Value

Current

0.1 Ir to 5.00 Ir

Thermal heating time constant

1 to 9999 s

Thermal cooling time constant

1 to 9999 s

Tolerance
3% setting or 0.02Ir

IEC cold curve

I eq2
t ln 2
2
I eq I

IEC 602558,
5% setting or +40ms

IEC hot curve

2
I eq
I P2
t ln 2
2
I eq I

IEC 602558,
5% setting or +40ms

Breaker failure protection (ANSI 50 BF)


Item

Rang or Value

Tolerance

0.08 Ir to 20.00 Ir

3% setting or 0.02Ir

Time delay of stage 1

0.00s to 32.00 s, step 0.01s

1% setting or +25 ms, at

Time delay of stage 2

0.00s to 32.00 s, step 0.01s

200% operating setting

Reset ratio

>0.95

Reset time of stage 1

< 20ms

phase current
Negative sequence current
zero sequence current

Dead zone protection (ANSI 50DZ)


Item

Rang or Value

68

Tolerance

Technical Data
Current

0.08 Ir to 20.00 Ir

3% setting or 0.02Ir

Time delay

0.00s to 32.00s, step 0.01s

1% setting or +40 ms, at


200% operating setting

Reset ratio

>0.95

Under voltage protection (ANSI 27)


Item
Voltage connection

Rang or Value
Phase-to-phase voltages or

Tolerance
3 % setting or 1 V

phase-to-earth voltages
Phase to earth voltage

5 to 75 V , step 1 V

3 % setting or 1 V

Phase to phase voltage

10 to 150 V, step 1 V

3 % setting or 1 V

Reset ratio

1.01 to 2.00, step 0.01

3 % setting

Time delay

0.00 to 120.00 s, step 0.01 s

1 % setting or +50 ms, at 80%


operating setting

Current criteria

0.08 to 2.00 Ir

Reset time

50 ms

3% setting or 0.02Ir

Overvoltage protection (ANSI 59)


Item
Voltage connection

Rang or Value
Phase-to-phase voltages or

Tolerance
3 % setting or 1 V

phase-to-earth voltages
Phase to earth voltage

40 to 100 V, step 1 V

3 % setting or 1 V

Phase to phase voltage

80 to 200 V, step 1 V

3 % setting or 1 V

Reset ratio

0.90 to 0.99, step 0.01

3 % setting

Time delay

0.00 to 60.00 s, step 0.01s

1 % setting or +50 ms, at


120% operating setting

Reset time

<40ms

Voltage displacement protection (ANSI 64)


Item
Pickup threshold 3V0

Rang or Value

Tolerance

2 to 100 V, step 1 V

5 % setting value or 1 V

0.00 to 60.00 s, step 0.01s

1 % setting or +50 ms, at

(calculated)
Time delay

120% operating setting


Reset ratio

Approx. 0.95

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Technical Data
Synchro-check and voltage check (ANSI 25)
Item

Rang or Value

Tolerance

Synchronization check:

Operating mode

Synch-check

Energizing check, and


synch-check if energizing
check failure

Override

Energizing check:

Dead V4 and dead V3Ph

Dead V4 and live V3Ph

Live V4 and dead V3Ph

Voltage threshold of dead line or

10 to 50 V (phase to earth), step

bus

1V

Voltage threshold of live line or

30 to 65 V (phase to earth), step

bus

1V

V-measurement

Voltage

difference

1 to 40 V (phase-to-earth), steps

3 % setting or 1 V

3 % setting or 1 V

1V

1V

f-measurement

(f2>f1; f2<f1)

-measurement (2>1;

0.02 to 2.00 Hz, step, 0.01 Hz,

20 mHz

1 to 80 , step, 1

0.05 to 60.00 s, step,0.01 s,

1.5 % setting value or +60

2<1)
Minimum measuring time

ms
Maximum synch-check

0.05 to 60.00 s, step,0.01 s,

1 % setting value or +50 ms

extension time

Auto-reclosing (ANSI 79)


Item
Number of reclosing shots

Rang or Value

Tolerance

Up to 4
Shot 1 to 4 is individually
selectable

AR initiating functions

Internal protection functions


External binary input

Dead time, separated setting for

0.05 s to 60.00 s, step 0.01 s

shots 1 to 4
Reclaim time

0.50 s to 60.00s, step 0.01 s

Blocking duration time (AR reset

0.05 s to 60.00s, step 0.01 s

70

1 % setting value or +50 ms

Technical Data
time)
Circuit breaker ready supervision

0.50 s to 60.00 s, step 0.01 s

time
Dead time extension for

0.05 s to 60.00 s, step 0.01 s

synch-check (Max. SYNT EXT)

Load shedding protection


Item

Rang or Value

Tolerance

Under Frequency Load shedding


Frequency for fr =50Hz

45.50 to 50.00 Hz, step 0.01 Hz

20 mHz

Time delay

0.05 to 60.00s, step 0.01

1.5 % setting or +60 ms

Under Voltage Load shedding


Voltage

50 to 110 V, step 1V

Time delay

0.10 to 60.00s, step 0.01 s

3 % setting or 1 V
1.5 % setting or +60 ms, at
80% operating setting

Overload Load shedding


Phase current

0.08 to 20 A for Ir =1A

3% setting or 0.02Ir

0.25 to 100 A for Ir =5A


0.10 to 60.00s , step 0.01 s

Time delay

1.5 % setting or +60 ms, at


200% operating setting

Blocking condition
Frequency change rate f/t

1 to 10 Hz/s

0.5 Hz/s

Voltage change rate u/t

1 to 100 V/s, step 1 V/s

3 % setting or 1 V

Blocking voltage

10 to 120V, step 1 V

3 % setting or 1 V

Blocking current

0 to 2 Ir

3% setting or 0.02Ir

Operating time

Approx. 60 ms

Reset time

Approx. 60 ms

Under voltage blocking reset ratio

Approx. 1

VT secondary circuit supervision (97FF)


Item

Range or value

Tolerances

Minimum current

0.08Ir to 0.20Ir, step 0.01A

3% setting or 0.02Ir

Minimum zero or negative

0.08Ir to 0.20Ir, step 0.01A

5% setting or 0.02Ir

Maximum phase to earth voltage

7.0V to 20.0V, step 0.01V

3% setting or 1 V

Maximum phase to phase

10.0V to 30.0V, step 0.01V

3% setting or 1 V

sequence current

voltage

71

Technical Data
Normal phase to earth voltage

40.0V to 65.0V, step 0.01V

72

3% setting or 1 V

Ordering
Pre-configure scheme of standard version
Table 4 Function and hardware of the pre-configure scheme (1)
Pre-configure scheme
Application

(N1)

M01

M02

M03

M04

M05

M06

M07

Full

TB

CF

SF

SF

BCPU

Non-directional overcurrent protection


(50,51)
Overcurrent protection (50,51,67)

Non-directional earth fault protection

(50N, 51N)
Earth fault protection (50N, 51N, 67N)

1
1

protection (50Ns, 51Ns)


1

Overvoltage protection (59)

Under voltage protection (27)

Displacement voltage protection (64)

Breaker failure protection (50BF)

Dead zone protection (50DZ)

Neutral earth fault protection (50G,


51G)
Negative sequence overcurrent
protection (46)
Thermal overload protection (49)

51Ns, 67Ns)

Non-directional sensitive earth fault

Sensitive earth fault protection (50Ns,

Overload protection (50OL)

Synchro-check and energizing check


(25)
Auto-reclosing (79)

Unbalanced current protection (46NI)


Unbalanced voltage protection (46NU)
Undercurrent protection (37)
Low frequency load shedding function

73

Ordering
(81U)
Low voltage load shedding function

Overload load shedding function

CT secondary circuit supervision

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

Analogue input module 1

Analogue input module 2

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

CPU module

Direct binary input and output module

Binary output module

Power supply module

Human interface

Case, 4U,1/2 19

(27)

VT

secondary

circuit

supervision

(97FF)
Fast busbar protection using reverse
interlocking

Binary input/output module

74

1
1

Ordering
Table 5 Function and hardware of the pre-configure scheme of standard version (2)
Pre-configure scheme
Application

(N1)

V01

V02

C01

C02

Non-directional overcurrent protection (50,51)


Overcurrent protection (50,51,67)
Non-directional earth fault protection (50N, 51N)
Earth fault protection (50N, 51N, 67N)
Non-directional sensitive earth fault protection (50Ns, 51Ns)
Sensitive earth fault protection (50Ns, 51Ns, 67Ns)
Neutral earth fault protection (50G, 51G)
Negative sequence overcurrent protection (46)
Thermal overload protection (49)
Overload protection (50OL)
Overvoltage protection (59)

Under voltage protection (27)

Displacement voltage protection (64)

Breaker failure protection (50BF)

Dead zone protection (50DZ)

Synchro-check and energizing check (25)


Auto-reclosing (79)
Unbalanced current protection (46NI)

Unbalanced voltage protection (46NU)

Undercurrent protection (37)

(1)

(1)

Low frequency load shedding function (81U)


Low voltage load shedding function (27)
Overload load shedding function
CT secondary circuit supervision
VT secondary circuit supervision (97FF)

Fast busbar protection using reverse interlocking

75

Ordering
Analogue input module 1
Analogue input module 2

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

CPU module

Binary direct input and output module

Binary output module

Power supply module

Human interface

Case, 4U,1/2 19

Binary input/output module

NOTE:
n : Quantity of standard function or standard hardware, n= 1, 2, .;
(n) : Quantity of optional function or optional hardware, n= 1, 2, .;
N1: Application:
Full Full functions version
TB For transformer backup protection
CF For complicated feeder
F For feeder
SF For simple feeder
V For dedicated voltage protection IED
C For dedicated capacitor protection IED
BCPU: Feeder control and protection unit with advanced interlocking logic

76

Ordering
Pre-configure scheme of advanced version
Table 6 Function and hardware of the pre-configure scheme
Pre-configure scheme
Application

(N1)

M10
AD

Non-directional overcurrent protection (50,51)


Overcurrent protection (50,51,67)

Non-directional earth fault protection (50N, 51N)


Earth fault protection (50N, 51N, 67N)

Non-directional sensitive earth fault protection (50Ns, 51Ns)


Sensitive earth fault protection (50Ns, 51Ns, 67Ns)

Neutral earth fault protection (50G, 51G)


Negative sequence overcurrent protection (46)
Thermal overload protection (49)
Overload protection (50OL)

Overvoltage protection (59)

Under voltage protection (27)

Displacement voltage protection (64)

Breaker failure protection (50BF)


Dead zone protection (50DZ)
Synchro-check and energizing check (25)

Auto-reclosing (79)

Unbalanced current protection (46NI)


Unbalanced voltage protection (46NU)
Undercurrent protection (37)
Low frequency load shedding function (81U)
Low voltage load shedding function (27)
Overload load shedding function
CT secondary circuit supervision

77

Ordering
VT secondary circuit supervision (97FF)

Fast busbar protection using reverse interlocking


Analogue input module 1

Analogue input module 2

Binary input/output module

CPU module

Direct binary input and output module

Power supply module

Front plate

Case, 4U,1/2 19

NOTE:
n : Quantity of standard function or standard hardware, n= 1, 2, .;
(n) : Quantity of optional function or optional hardware, n= 1, 2, .;
N1: Application:
Full Full functions version
TB For transformer backup protection
CF For complicated feeder
F For feeder
SF For simple feeder
V For dedicated voltage protection IED
C For dedicated capacitor protection IED
BCPU - Feeder control and protection unit with advanced interlocking logic
AD Advanced version

78

Ordering
Ordering code of standard version

No.1~16

C S C 2 1 1 -

No.17~35

Pre-configure Scheme
Feeder or backup protection scheme
Voltage protection scheme

Capcitor protection scheme

Pre-configure scheme number 1

0~9

Pre-configure scheme number 2

0~9

HMI Language (L) note


English

Russian

French
Portuguese

Spanish

Rated Frequency (F)


50 Hz

60 Hz

Station Communication Protocols (T)


Ethernet interface:IEC61850-8; RS485 interface: IEC60870-5-103

Ethernet interface:IEC60870-5-103; RS485 interface: IEC60870-5-103

Note: Chinese is always offered as default HMI language.

79

Ordering
No.26~35

No.17~25

No.1~16

C S C 2 1 1 -

Slot1
Analogue Input Module 1 (A)
Isef +1Im

I0(1A) +1Im

I0(5A) +1Im

Isef+3Uub+1Im
I0(1A)+3Uub+1Im

I0(5A)+3Uub+1Im
Isef+3Iub(1A) +1Im

f
g

I0(1A)+3Iub(1A) +1Im

I0(5A)+3Iub(1A) +1Im

Null

Slot2
Analogue Input Module 2 (A)
3Ip(1A)+I0(1A)+2Im+4U

3Ip(1A)+I0(5A)+2Im+4U

3Ip(5A)+I0(1A)+2Im+4U

3Ip(5A)+I0(5A)+2Im+4U
4U

4
5

Slot3
Binary Input and Output module (B)
7BI (220V) + 9 relays

7BI (110V) + 9 relays

Null

Slot4
CPU module (M)
7BI (24V), 2 Ethernet RJ45 ports, 1 RS485 port, IRIG-B

7BI (24V), 2 Ethernet RJ45 ports, 1 RS485 port, Pulse

Slot5
Direct binary Input and Output module (D)
4BI (220V) +7 output relays

4BI (110V) +7 output relays

80

Ordering
No.26~35

No.1~25

C S C 2 1 1 -

Slot6
Binary Output Module (O)
5 relays, 2 contacts per relay

Null

Slot7
Power Supply Module (P)
220V DC, 9BI (220V), 1 alarm relay

110V DC, 9BI (110V), 1 alarm relay

Human Machine Interface (H)


1

Medium, 160*80, Alphanumeric, 11 LEDs

Case (K)
Case: 4U, 19'

Accessories (Z)
Front cover [IP54, Transparent plexiglass cover]

Null

81

Ordering
Ordering code of advanced version
No.1~16

C S C 2 1 1 -

No.17~35

Pre-configure Scheme
M

Feeder or backup protection scheme


Pre-configure scheme number 1

Pre-configure scheme number 2

HMI Language (L) note


English

Russian

French
Portuguese

Spanish

Rated Frequency (F)


50 Hz

60 Hz

Station Communication Protocols (T)


Ethernet interface:IEC61850-8; RS485 interface: IEC60870-5-103

Ethernet interface:IEC60870-5-103; RS485 interface: IEC60870-5-103

Note: Chinese is always offered as default HMI language.

82

Ordering
No.26~35

No.17~25

No.1~16

C S C 2 1 1 -

Slot1
Analogue Input Module 1 (A)
Isef +1Im

I0(1A) +1Im

I0(5A) +1Im

Null

Slot2
Analogue Input Module 2 (A)
3Ip(1A)+I0(1A)+2Im+4U

3Ip(1A)+I0(5A)+2Im+4U

3Ip(5A)+I0(1A)+2Im+4U

3Ip(5A)+I0(5A)+2Im+4U

Slot3
Binary Input and Output module (B)
5BI (220V) + 8 relays

5BI (110V) + 8 relays

Null

Slot4
CPU module (M)
3BI (24V), 3 Ethernet RJ45 ports, 1 RS232 port, IRIG-B

3BI (24V), 2 Ethernet RJ45 ports, 2 RS485 port, 1 RS232 port, IRIG-B

3BI (24V), 2 Ethernet optical ports, 1 RS232 port, IRIG-B

Slot5
Binary Input and Output module (B)
5BI (220V) +8 output relays

5BI (110V) +8 output relays

Null

83

Ordering
No.26~35

No.1~25

C S C 2 1 1 -

Slot6
Direct binary Input&Output Module (D)
5BI (220V) +7 output relays

5BI (110V) +7 output relays

Slot7
Power Supply Module (P)
220V DC, 10BI (220V), 5 signaling output relays

110V DC, 10BI (110V), 5 signaling output relays

Human Machine Interface (H)


1

320*240, Graphic & Alphanumeric; 16 LEDs

Case (K)
Case: 4U, 19'

Accessories (Z)
Front cover [IP54, Transparent plexiglass cover]

Null

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