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SIPROTEC 5 Generator Protection 7UM85 V7.30 and higher Manual C53000-G5040-C027-2 Preface Open Source Software Table

SIPROTEC 5 Generator Protection

7UM85

V7.30 and higher

Manual

C53000-G5040-C027-2

Preface

Open Source Software

Table of Contents

Introduction

1

Basic Structure of the Function

2

System Functions

3

Applications

4

Function-Group Types

5

Protection and Automation Functions

6

Control Functions

7

Supervision Functions

8

Measured Values, Energy Values, and Supervision of the Primary System

9

Functional Tests

10

Technical Data

11

Appendix

A

Glossary

Index

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For your own safety, observe the warnings and safety instructions contained in this document, if available.

Disclaimer of Liability This document has been subjected to rigorous technical review before being published. It is revised at regular inter- vals, and any modifications and amendments are included in the subsequent issues. The content of this document has been compiled for information purposes only. Although Siemens AG has made best efforts to keep the document as precise and up-to-date as possible, Siemens AG shall not assume any liability for defects and damage which result through use of the information contained herein. This content does not form part of a contract or of business relations; nor does it change these. All obligations of Siemens AG are stated in the relevant contractual agree- ments. Siemens AG reserves the right to revise this document from time to time. Document version: C53000-G5040-C027-2.01 Edition: 07.2016 Version of the product described: V7.30 and higher

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SIPROTEC ® , DIGSI ® , SIGUARD ® , SIMEAS ® , and SICAM ® are registered trademarks of Siemens AG. Any unauthorized use is illegal. All other designations in this document can be trademarks whose use by third parties for their own purposes can infringe the rights of the owner.

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Purpose of the Manual

This manual describes the functions for generator protection.

Target Audience

Protection system engineers, commissioning engineers, persons entrusted with the setting, testing and main- tenance of automation, selective protection and control equipment, and operational crew in electrical installa- tions and power plants.

Scope

This manual applies to the SIPROTEC 5 device family.

Further Documentation

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Device manuals Each Device manual describes the functions and applications of a specific SIPROTEC 5 device. The printed manual and the online help for the device have the same informational structure.

Hardware manual The Hardware manual describes the hardware building blocks and device combinations of the SIPROTEC 5 device family.

Operating manual The Operating manual describes the basic principles and procedures for operating and assembling the devices of the SIPROTEC 5 range.

Preface

Communication protocol manual The Communication protocol manual contains a description of the protocols for communication within the SIPROTEC 5 device family and to higher-level network control centers.

Product information The Product information includes general information about device installation, technical data, limiting values for input and output modules, and conditions when preparing for operation. This document is provided with each SIPROTEC 5 device.

Engineering Guide The Engineering Guide describes the essential steps when engineering with DIGSI 5. In addition, the Engi- neering Guide shows you how to load a planned configuration to a SIPROTEC 5 device and update the functionality of the SIPROTEC 5 device.

DIGSI 5 online help The DIGSI 5 online help contains a help package for DIGSI 5 and CFC. The help package for DIGSI 5 includes a description of the basic operation of software, the DIGSI princi- ples and editors. The help package for CFC includes an introduction to CFC programming, basic examples of working with CFC, and a reference chapter with all the CFC blocks available for the SIPROTEC 5 range.

SIPROTEC 5/DIGSI 5 Tutorial The tutorial on the DVD contains brief information about important product features, more detailed infor- mation about the individual technical areas, as well as operating sequences with tasks based on practical operation and a brief explanation.

SIPROTEC 5 catalog The SIPROTEC 5 catalog describes the system features and the devices of SIPROTEC 5.

Selection guide for SIPROTEC and Reyrolle The selection guide offers an overview of the device series of the Siemens protection devices, and a device selection table.

Indication of Conformity

This product complies with the directive of the Council of the European Communities on harmonization of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC Council Directive 2014/30/EU) and concerning electrical equipment for use within specified voltage limits (Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU). This conformity has been proved by tests performed according to the Council Directive in accordance with the product standard EN 60255-26 (for EMC directive) and with the product standard EN 60255-27 (for Low Voltage Directive) by Siemens AG. The device is designed and manufactured for application in an industrial environment. The product conforms with the international standards of IEC 60255 and the German standard VDE 0435.and a device selection table. Indication of Conformity Other Standards IEEE Std C 37.90 The technical

Other Standards

IEEE Std C 37.90 The technical data of the product is approved in accordance with UL. For more information about the UL database, see www.ul.com Select Online Certifications Directory and enter E194016 as UL File Number.

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Preface

Additional Support

For questions about the system, please contact your Siemens sales partner.

Support

Our Customer Support Center provides a 24-hour service.

Phone:

+49 (180) 524-7000

Fax:

+49 (180) 524-2471

E-Mail:

Training Courses

Inquiries regarding individual training courses should be addressed to our Training Center:

Siemens AG Siemens Power Academy TD

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Germany

Phone:

+49 (911) 433-7415

Fax:

+49 (911) 433-7929

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Notes on Safety

This document is not a complete index of all safety measures required for operation of the equipment (module or device). However, it comprises important information that must be followed for personal safety, as well as to avoid material damage. Information is highlighted and illustrated as follows according to the degree of danger:

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DANGER

 

DANGER means that death or severe injury will result if the measures specified are not taken.

²

Comply with all instructions, in order to avoid death or severe injuries.

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WARNING

WARNING means that death or severe injury may result if the measures specified are not taken.

²

Comply with all instructions, in order to avoid death or severe injuries.

!
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CAUTION

CAUTION means that medium-severe or slight injuries can occur if the specified measures are not taken.

² Comply with all instructions, in order to avoid moderate or minor injuries.

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NOTICE

NOTICE means that property damage can result if the measures specified are not taken.

² Comply with all instructions, in order to avoid property damage.

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Important information about the product, product handling or a certain section of the documentation which must be given particular attention.

Qualified Electrical Engineering Personnel

Only qualified electrical engineering personnel may commission and operate the equipment (module, device) described in this document. Qualified electrical engineering personnel in the sense of this manual are people who can demonstrate technical qualifications as electrical technicians. These persons may commission, isolate, ground and label devices, systems and circuits according to the standards of safety engineering.

Proper Use

The equipment (device, module) may be used only for such applications as set out in the catalogs and the technical description, and only in combination with third-party equipment recommended and approved by Siemens. Problem-free and safe operation of the product depends on the following:

Proper transport

Proper storage, setup and installation

Proper operation and maintenance

When electrical equipment is operated, hazardous voltages are inevitably present in certain parts. If proper action is not taken, death, severe injury or property damage can result:

The equipment must be grounded at the grounding terminal before any connections are made.

All circuit components connected to the power supply may be subject to dangerous voltage.

Hazardous voltages may be present in equipment even after the supply voltage has been disconnected (capacitors can still be charged).

Operation of equipment with exposed current-transformer circuits is prohibited. Before disconnecting the equipment, ensure that the current-transformer circuits are short-circuited.

The limiting values stated in the document must not be exceeded. This must also be considered during testing and commissioning.

Open Source Software

The product contains, among other things, Open Source Software developed by third parties. The Open Source Software used in the product and the license agreements concerning this software can be found in the Readme_OSS. These Open Source Software files are protected by copyright. Your compliance with those license conditions will entitle you to use the Open Source Software as foreseen in the relevant license. In the event of conflicts between Siemens license conditions and the Open Source Software license conditions, the Open Source Software conditions shall prevail with respect to the Open Source Software portions of the soft- ware. The Open Source Software is licensed royalty-free. Insofar as the applicable Open Source Software License Conditions provide for it you can order the source code of the Open Source Software from your Siemens sales contact - against payment of the shipping and handling charges - for a period of at least 3 years since purchase of the Product. We are liable for the Product including the Open Source Software contained in it pursuant to the license conditions applicable to the Product. Any liability for the Open Source Software beyond the program flow intended for the Product is explicitly excluded. Furthermore any liability for defects resulting from modifications to the Open Source Software by you or third parties is excluded. We do not provide any technical support for the Product if it has been modified. When using DIGSI 5 in online mode, you are provided with the option to go to the main menu Show Open source information and read and display the Readme_OSS file containing the original license text and copy- right information. To do this, the following steps are necessary:

Switch to online mode.

Select the device.

Select online in the menu bar.

Click Show Open source information.

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To read the Readme_OSS file, a PDF viewer must be installed on the computer. In order to operate SIPROTEC 5 devices, a valid DIGSI 5 license is required.

Table of Contents

Preface

3

Open Source Software

7

1 Introduction

41

1.1

General

42

1.2

Properties of SIPROTEC 5

44

2 Basic Structure of the Function

45

2.1 Function Embedding in the Device

46

2.2 Adjustment of Application Templates/Functional Scope

53

2.3 Function Control

55

2.4 Text Structure and Reference Number for Settings and Indications

59

3 System Functions

61

3.1

Indications

62

3.1.1

General

62

3.1.2

Reading Indications on the On-Site Operation Panel

62

3.1.3

Reading Indications from the PC with DIGSI 5

63

3.1.4

Displaying Indications

64

3.1.5

Logs

67

3.1.5.1

General

67

3.1.5.2

Operational Log

68

3.1.5.3

Fault Log

70

3.1.5.4

Ground-Fault Log

72

3.1.5.5

Setting-History Log

74

3.1.5.6

User Log

76

3.1.5.7

Communication Log

77

3.1.5.8

Security Log

79

3.1.5.9

Device-Diagnosis Log

80

3.1.5.10

Motor-Starting Log

82

3.1.6

Saving and Deleting the Logs

83

3.1.7

Spontaneous Indication Display in DIGSI 5

85

3.1.8

Spontaneous Fault Display on the On-Site Operation Panel

85

3.1.9

Stored Indications in the SIPROTEC 5 Device

87

3.1.10

Test Mode and Influence of Indications on Substation Automation Technology

89

3.1.11

Resetting Stored Indications of the Function Group

90

3.2

Measured-Value Acquisition

91

3.3

Processing Quality Attributes 93

3.3.1

Overview 93

3.3.2

Quality Processing/Affected by the User for Received GOOSE Values

95

3.3.3

Quality Processing/Affected by the User in CFC Charts

97

Table of Contents

3.3.4

Quality Processing/Affected by the User in Internal Device Functions

101

3.4

Fault Recording

105

3.4.1

Overview of Functions

105

3.4.2

Structure of the Function 105

3.4.3

Function Description 105

3.4.4

Application and Setting Notes 108

3.4.5

Settings 109

3.4.6

Information List

110

3.5

Protection Communication

111

3.5.1

Overview

111

3.5.2

Protection-Communication Structure

111

3.5.3

Protection Interface and Protection Topology

112

3.5.3.1

Overview of Functions

112

3.5.3.2

Structure of the Function

112

3.5.3.3

Function Description

113

3.5.3.4

Initialization and Configuration of the Protection Interface in DIGSI 5

124

3.5.3.5

Device-Combination Settings

125

3.5.3.6

Selecting the Connection

126

3.5.3.7

Routing Information in DIGSI 5

127

3.5.3.8

Diagnostic Measured Values of the Protection Interface

132

3.5.3.9

Diagnostic Data for the Protection Interface

136

3.5.3.10

Settings

141

3.5.3.11

Information List

142

3.6

Date and Time Synchronization

145

3.6.1

Overview of Functions

145

3.6.2

Structure of the Function

145

3.6.3

Function Description

145

3.6.4

Application and Setting Notes

148

3.7

User-Defined Objects

152

3.7.1

Overview

152

3.7.2

Basic Data Types

153

3.7.3

Pulse- and Energy- Metered Values

156

3.7.4

Additional Data Types

156

3.7.5

Information Lists

156

3.8

Other Functions

158

3.8.1

Signal Filtering and Chatter Blocking for Input Signals

158

3.8.2

Acquisition Blocking and Manual Updating

162

3.8.3

Persistent Commands

165

3.9

General Notes for Setting the Threshold Value of Protection Functions

167

3.9.1

Overview

167

3.9.2

Modifying the Transformer Ratios in DIGSI 5

167

3.9.3

Changing the Transformation Ratios of the Transformer on the Device

174

3.10

Device Settings

175

3.10.1

Settings-Group Switching

175

3.10.1.1

Overview of Functions

175

3.10.1.2

Structure of the Function

175

3.10.1.3

Function Description

175

3.10.1.4

Application and Setting Notes

176

3.10.1.5

Settings

177

Table of Contents

3.10.1.6

Information List

177

3.10.2

General Device Settings

177

3.10.2.1

Overview

177

3.10.2.2

Application and Setting Notes

179

3.10.2.3

Settings

180

3.10.2.4

Information List

180

4 Applications

181

4.1

Overview

182

4.2

Application Template and Functional Scope for Device 7UM85

183

5 Function-Group Types

197

5.1

Overview Function Groups Generator Differential Protection

198

5.1.1

Function-Group Types

198

5.1.2

Function-Group Type Generator Differential Protection

200

5.1.2.1

Overview

200

5.1.2.2

Structure of the Function Group

201

5.1.2.3

Settings

203

5.1.2.4

Information List

203

5.1.3

Function-Group Type Generator Side

203

5.1.3.1

Overview

203

5.1.3.2

Structure of the Function Group

204

5.1.3.3

Application and Setting Notes

208

5.1.3.4

Write-Protected Settings

210

5.1.3.5

Settings

211

5.1.3.6

Information List

212

5.1.4

Function-Group Type Generator Stator

212

5.1.4.1

Overview

212

5.1.4.2

Structure of the Function Group

213

5.1.4.3

Application and Setting Notes

217

5.1.4.4

Write-Protected Settings

219

5.1.4.5

Settings

220

5.1.4.6

Information List

220

5.2

Overview Function Group Motor Differential Protection

221

5.2.1

Function-Group Types

221

5.2.2

Function-Group Type Motor Diff

222

5.2.2.1

Overview

222

5.2.2.2

Structure of the Function Group

224

5.2.2.3

Information

226

5.2.3

Function-Group Type Motor Side

226

5.2.3.1

Overview

226

5.2.3.2

Structure of the Function Group

227

5.2.3.3

Application and Setting Notes

231

5.2.3.4

Write-Protected Settings

233

5.2.3.5

Parameter

234

5.2.3.6

Information

235

5.2.4

Function-Group Type Motor (Stator)

235

5.2.4.1

Overview

235

5.2.4.2

Structure of the Function Group

236

5.2.4.3

Application and Setting Notes

236

5.2.4.4

Write-Protected Settings

238

5.2.4.5

Settings

239

5.2.4.6

Information List

239

5.2.5

Motor Monitor

240

5.2.5.1

Overview of Functions

240

Table of Contents

5.2.5.2

Structure of the Function

240

5.2.5.3

Current-Flow Criterion

241

5.2.5.4

Application and Setting Notes (Current-Flow Criterion)

241

5.2.5.5

Circuit-Breaker Condition for the Motor

241

5.2.5.6

Closure Detection

242

5.2.5.7

Motor-State Detection

243

5.2.5.8

Settings

244

5.2.5.9

Information List

244

5.2.5.10

Cold-Load Pickup Detection (Optional)

245

5.2.5.11

Application and Setting Notes (Cold-Load Pickup Detection)

246

5.2.5.12

Settings

247

5.2.5.13

Information List

247

5.2.6

Thermal Replica Rotor

247

5.2.6.1

Overview of Functions

247

5.2.6.2

Structure of the Function

247

5.2.6.3

Function Description

248

5.2.6.4

Application and Setting Notes

251

5.2.6.5

Settings

255

5.2.6.6

Information List

256

5.3

Overview Function Group Transformer Differential Protection

257

5.3.1

Function-Group Types

257

5.3.2

Overview Function Group Transformer Differential Protection

258

5.3.2.1

Overview

258

5.3.2.2

Structure of the Function Group

259

5.3.2.3

Information List

261

5.3.3

Function-Group Type Transformer Side

262

5.3.3.1

Overview

262

5.3.3.2

Structure of the Function Group

263

5.3.3.3

Application and Setting Notes

266

5.3.3.4

Write-Protected Settings

269

5.3.3.5

Settings

270

5.3.3.6

Information List

270

5.3.4

Function-Group Type Transformer Neutral Point

271

5.3.4.1

Overview

271

5.3.4.2

Structure of the Function Group

272

5.3.4.3

Application and Setting Notes

274

5.3.4.4

Write-Protected Settings

275

5.3.4.5

Information List

276

5.4

Function-Group Type Voltage 3-Phase

277

5.4.1

Overview

277

5.4.2

Structure of the Function Group

277

5.4.3

Application and Setting Notes

278

5.4.4

Settings

279

5.4.5

Information List

279

5.5

Function-Group Type Voltage-Current 1-Phase

280

5.5.1

Overview

280

5.5.2

Structure of the Function Group

280

5.5.3

Write-Protected Settings

282

5.5.4

Settings

282

5.5.5

Information List

283

5.6

Function-Group Type Voltage-Current 3-Phase

284

5.6.1

Overview

284

5.6.2

Structure of the Function Group

284

Table of Contents

5.6.3

Write-Protected Settings

288

5.6.4

Settings

289

5.6.5

Information List

289

5.7

Function-Group Type Circuit Breaker

290

5.7.1

Overview

290

5.7.2

Structure of the Function Group

290

5.7.3

Application and Setting Notes

292

5.7.4

Trip Logic

293

5.7.4.1

Function Description

293

5.7.4.2

Application and Setting Notes

294

5.7.4.3

Settings

295

5.7.4.4

Information List

295

5.7.5

Circuit Breaker

295

5.7.5.1

Overview

295

5.7.5.2

Tripping, Opening, and Closing the Circuit Breaker

295

5.7.5.3

Acquisition of Circuit-Breaker Auxiliary Contacts and Further Information

297

5.7.5.4

Definitive Tripping, Circuit-Breaker Tripping Alarm Suppression

298

5.7.5.5

Tripping and Opening Information

299

5.7.5.6

Application and Setting Notes

300

5.7.6

Circuit-Breaker Position Recognition for Protection-Related Auxiliary Functions

302

5.7.6.1

Overview

302

5.7.7

Detection Manual Closure (for AREC and Process Monitor)

303

5.7.7.1

Function Description

303

5.7.7.2

Application and Setting Notes

304

5.7.7.3

Settings

304

5.7.7.4

Information List

304

5.8

Function-Group Type Analog Units

305

5.8.1

Overview

305

5.8.2

Structure of the Function Group

306

5.8.3

20-mA Unit Ethernet

307

5.8.3.1

Overview

307

5.8.3.2

Structure of the Function

307

5.8.3.3

Communication with 20-mA Unit Ethernet

308

5.8.3.4

Application and Setting Notes

309

5.8.3.5

20-mA Channel

309

5.8.3.6

Application and Setting Notes

312

5.8.3.7

Settings

313

5.8.3.8

Information List

314

5.8.4

20-mA Unit Serial

314

5.8.4.1

Overview

314

5.8.4.2

Application and Setting Notes

314

5.8.4.3

Settings

316

5.8.4.4

Information List

317

5.8.5

Communication with 20-mA Unit

317

5.8.5.1

Integration of a Serial 20-mA Unit

317

5.8.5.2

Integration of a 20-mA Unit Ethernet

320

5.8.6

V/I-Measuring-Transducer Unit with Fast Inputs

322

5.8.6.1

Overview

322

5.8.6.2

Structure of the Function

323

5.8.6.3

Function Description

323

5.8.6.4

Application and Setting Notes

324

5.8.6.5

Settings

328

5.8.6.6

Information List

330

Table of Contents

 

5.8.7

RTD Unit Ethernet

330

5.8.7.1

Overview

330

5.8.7.2

Structure of the Function

330

5.8.7.3

Communication with an RTD Unit

331

5.8.7.4

Application and Setting Notes

332

5.8.7.5

Temperature Sensor

333

5.8.7.6

Application and Setting Notes

334

5.8.7.7

Settings

334

5.8.7.8

Information List

335

5.8.8

RTD Unit, Serial

335

5.8.8.1

Overview

335

5.8.8.2

Application and Setting Notes

335

5.8.8.3

Settings

336

5.8.8.4

Information List

336

5.8.9

Communication with RTD Unit

336

5.8.9.1

Integration of a Serial RTD Unit (Ziehl TR1200)

336

5.8.9.2

Integration of an RTD-Unit Ethernet (TR1200 IP)

339

5.8.9.3

Temperature Simulation without Sensors

341

5.9

Process Monitor

342

5.9.1

Overview of Functions

342

5.9.2

Structure of the Function

342

5.9.3

Current-Flow Criterion

343

5.9.4

Application and Setting Notes (Current-Flow Criterion)

344

5.9.5

Settings

344

5.9.6

Circuit-Breaker Condition for the Protected Object

344

5.9.7

Closure Detection

345

5.9.8

Information List

345

5.9.9

Cold-Load Pickup Detection (Optional)

346

5.9.10

Application and Setting Notes (Cold-Load Pickup Detection)

347

5.9.11

Settings

348

5.9.12

Information List

348

6

Protection and Automation Functions

349

6.1

Power-System Data

351

6.1.1

Overview

351

6.1.2

Structure of the Power-System Data

351

6.1.3

Application and Setting Instructions - General Settings

352

6.1.4

Application and Setting Notes for Measuring-Point Voltage 3-Phase (V-3ph)

352

6.1.5

Application and Setting Notes for Measuring-Point Current 3-Phase (I-3ph)

355

6.1.6

Settings 358

6.1.7

Information List

362

6.2

Generator Differential Protection 365

6.2.1

Overview of Functions

365

6.2.2

Structure of the Function

365

6.2.3

Functional Description 365

6.2.4

Application and Setting Notes 378

6.2.5

Settings 383

6.2.6

Information List

387

6.3

Transformer Differential Protection

389

6.3.1

Overview of Functions

389

Table of Contents

6.3.2

Structure of the Function

389

6.3.3

Functional Description

390

6.3.3.1

Basic Principle of Differential Protection

390

6.3.3.2

Logic of the Function

393

6.3.3.3

Measurand Processing

394

6.3.3.4

Neutral-Point Current Treatment

396

6.3.3.5

Special Aspects of an Auto Transformer

399

6.3.3.6

Differential Protection Function (Idiff)

400

6.3.3.7

Differential Protection Function (Idiff Fast)

408

6.3.3.8

Trip Logic of the Differential Protection

411

6.3.3.9

Fault Logging and Fault Recording

412

6.3.4

Application and Setting Notes

412

6.3.5

Settings

429

6.3.6

Information List

432

6.4

Restricted Ground-Fault Protection

434

6.4.1

Overview of Functions

434

6.4.2

Structure of the Function

434

6.4.3

Function Description 435

6.4.4

Application and Setting Notes 440

6.4.5

Settings 450

6.4.6

Information List

452

6.5

Motor Differential Protection 453

6.5.1

Overview of Functions

453

6.5.2

Structure of the Function 453

6.5.3

Function Description 453

6.5.4

Application and Setting Notes 466

6.5.5

Settings 472

6.5.6

Information List

475

6.6

Impedance Protection

476

6.6.1

Overview of Functions

476

6.6.2

Structure of the Function

476

6.6.3

Description

476

6.6.4

Application and Setting Notes

484

6.6.5

Settings

490

6.6.6

Information List

491

6.7

Stator Ground-Fault Protection 90 %

493

6.7.1

Overview of Functions

493

6.7.2

Structure of the Function

494

6.7.3

General Functionality

495

6.7.3.1

Description

495

6.7.3.2

Application and Setting Notes

497

6.7.3.3

Settings

497

6.7.3.4

Information List

498

6.7.4

Non-Directional V0 Stage with Zero-Sequence Voltage/Residual Voltage

499

6.7.4.1

Description

499

6.7.4.2

Application and Setting Notes

500

6.7.4.3

Settings

504

6.7.4.4

Information List

504

6.7.5

Directional Stator Ground-Fault Protection with 3I0-φ(V,I) Measurement

505

6.7.5.1

Description

505

Table of Contents

6.7.5.2

Application and Setting Notes

508

6.7.5.3

Settings

512

6.7.5.4

Information List

512

6.7.6

Non-Directional 3I0 Stage

512

6.7.6.1

Description

512

6.7.6.2

Application and Setting Notes

514

6.7.6.3

Settings

515

6.7.6.4

Information List

516

6.8

Stator Ground-Fault Protection 100 % (20 Hz)

517

6.8.1

Overview of Functions

517

6.8.2

Structure of the Function

517

6.8.3

General Functionality

518

6.8.3.1

Description

518

6.8.3.2

Settings

522

6.8.3.3

Information List

523

6.8.4

Stage R(20 Hz)

524

6.8.4.1

Description

524

6.8.4.2

Application and Setting Notes

525

6.8.4.3

Settings

529

6.8.4.4

Information List

530

6.8.5

Stage I(RMS)

531

6.8.5.1

Description

531

6.8.5.2

Application and Setting Notes

531

6.8.5.3

Settings

532

6.8.5.4

Information List

532

6.9

Stator Ground-Fault Protection with 3rd Harmonic

533

6.9.1

Overview of Functions

533

6.9.2

Structure of the Function

533

6.9.3

General Functionality

535

6.9.3.1

Description

535

6.9.3.2

Application and Setting Notes

538

6.9.3.3

Settings

538

6.9.3.4

Information List

539

6.9.4

Stage V0 3rd Harm. <

540

6.9.4.1

Description

540

6.9.4.2

Application and Setting Notes

541

6.9.4.3

Settings

541

6.9.4.4

Information List

542

6.9.5

Stage V0 3rd Harm. >

543

6.9.5.1

Description

543

6.9.5.2

Application and Setting Notes

544

6.9.5.3

Settings

546

6.9.5.4

Information List

546

6.9.6

Stage ΔV0 3rd Harm. >

547

6.9.6.1

Description

547

6.9.6.2

Application and Setting Notes

548

6.9.6.3

Settings

550

6.9.6.4

Information List

550

6.10

Overcurrent Protection, Phases

551

6.10.1

Overview of Functions

551

6.10.2

Structure of the Function

551

6.10.3

Stage with Definite-Time Characteristic Curve

552

6.10.3.1

Description

552

Table of Contents

6.10.3.2

Application and Setting Notes

553

6.10.3.3

Settings

555

6.10.3.4

Information List

557

6.10.4

Stage with Inverse-Time Characteristic Curve

559

6.10.4.1

Description

559

6.10.4.2

Application and Setting Notes

561

6.10.4.3

Settings

564

6.10.4.4

Information List

566

6.10.5

Blocking of the Tripping by Device-Internal Inrush-Current Detection

567

6.10.5.1

Description

567

6.10.5.2

Application and Setting Notes

567

6.11

Directional Overcurrent Protection, Phases

569

6.11.1

Overview of Functions

569

6.11.2

Structure of the Function

569

6.11.3

Stage Control

570

6.11.3.1

Description

570

6.11.3.2

Application and Setting Notes

571

6.11.4

Stage with Definite-Time Characteristic Curve

572

6.11.4.1

Description

572

6.11.4.2

Application and Setting Notes

573

6.11.4.3

Settings

575

6.11.4.4

Information List

580

6.11.5

Stage with Inverse-Time Characteristic Curve

581

6.11.5.1

Description

581

6.11.5.2

Application and Setting Notes

583

6.11.5.3

Settings

585

6.11.5.4

Information List

588

6.11.6

Stage with User-Defined Characteristic Curve

588

6.11.6.1

Description

588

6.11.6.2

Application and Setting Notes

589

6.11.6.3

Settings

590

6.11.6.4

Information List

593

6.11.7

Direction Determination

593

6.11.7.1

Description

593

6.11.7.2

Application and Setting Notes

596

6.11.8

Application Notes for Parallel Lines

597

6.11.9

Application Notes for Directional Comparison Protection

598

6.12

Overcurrent Protection, Ground

600

6.12.1

Overview of Functions

600

6.12.2

Structure of the Function

600

6.12.3

General Functionality

601

6.12.3.1

Description

601

6.12.3.2

Application and Setting Notes

602

6.12.3.3

Settings

603

6.12.4

Stage with Definite-Time Characteristic Curve

604

6.12.4.1

Description

604

6.12.4.2

Application and Setting Notes

606

6.12.4.3

Settings

608

6.12.4.4

Information List

613

6.12.5

Stage with Inverse-Time Characteristic Curve

614

6.12.5.1

Description

614

6.12.5.2

Application and Setting Notes

617

6.12.5.3

Settings

619

6.12.5.4

Information List

621

Table of Contents

6.12.6

Stage with User-Defined Characteristic Curve

621

6.12.6.1

Description

621

6.12.6.2

Application and Setting Notes

622

6.12.6.3

Settings

623

6.12.6.4

Information List

626

6.12.7

Blocking of the Tripping by Device-Internal Inrush-Current Detection

626

6.12.7.1

Description

626

6.12.7.2

Application and Setting Notes

627

6.12.8

Influence of Other Functions via Dynamic Settings

627

6.12.8.1

Description

627

6.12.8.2

Application and Setting Notes (Advanced Stage)

629

6.13

Directional Overcurrent Protection, Ground

631

6.13.1

Overview of Functions

631

6.13.2

Structure of the Function

631

6.13.3

General Functionality

633

6.13.3.1

Measured-Value Selection

633

6.13.3.2

Direction Determination

634

6.13.3.3

Application and Setting Notes

636

6.13.3.4

Settings

638

6.13.3.5

Information List

639

6.13.4

Stage Control

639

6.13.4.1

Description

639

6.13.4.2

Application and Setting Notes

639

6.13.5

Stage with Definite-Time Characteristic Curve

641

6.13.5.1

Description

641

6.13.5.2

Application and Setting Notes

644

6.13.5.3

Settings

646

6.13.5.4

Information List

646

6.13.6

Stage with Inverse-Time Characteristic Curve

648

6.13.6.1

Description

648

6.13.6.2

Application and Setting Notes

652

6.13.6.3

Settings

655

6.13.6.4

Information List

655

6.13.7

Stage with Inverse Time-Overcurrent Protection with Logarithmic-Inverse Char- acteristic Curve

656

6.13.7.1

Description

656

6.13.7.2

Application and Setting Notes

658

6.13.7.3

Settings

659

6.13.7.4

Information List

661

6.13.8

Stage Description Knee-Point Characteristic Curve

662

6.13.8.1

Description

662

6.13.8.2

Application and Setting Notes

663

6.13.8.3

Settings

664

6.13.8.4

Information List

665

6.13.9

Stage with User-Defined Characteristic Curve

666

6.13.9.1

Description

666

6.13.9.2

Application and Setting Notes

667

6.13.9.3

Settings

668

6.13.9.4

Information List

671

6.13.10

Influence of Other Functions via Dynamic Settings

671

6.14

Overcurrent Protection, 1-Phase

672

6.14.1

Function Overview

672

6.14.2

Structure of the Function

672

Table of Contents

6.14.3

Stage with Definite-Time Characteristic Curve

674

6.14.3.1

Description

674

6.14.3.2

Application and Setting Notes

675

6.14.3.3

Settings

676

6.14.3.4

Information List

676

6.14.4

Stage with Inverse-Time Characteristic Curve

678

6.14.4.1

Description

678

6.14.4.2

Application and Setting Notes

679

6.14.4.3

Settings

680

6.14.4.4

Information List

681

6.14.5

Stage with User-Defined Characteristic Curve

681

6.14.5.1

Description

681

6.14.5.2

Application and Setting Notes

682

6.14.5.3

Settings

683

6.14.5.4

Information List

683

6.14.6

Fast Stage

684

6.14.6.1

Description

684

6.14.6.2

Application and Setting Notes

685

6.14.6.3

Settings

685

6.14.6.4

Information List

685

6.14.7

Application Example: High-Impedance Restricted Ground-Fault Protection

686

6.14.7.1

Description

686

6.14.7.2

Application and Setting Notes

687

6.14.8

Application Example: Tank Leakage Protection

691

6.14.8.1

Description

691

6.14.8.2

Application and Setting Notes

692

6.15

Voltage-Dependent Overcurrent Protection, Phases

693

6.15.1

Overview of Functions

693

6.15.2

Structure of the Function

693

6.15.3

Stage with Inverse Time-Overcurrent Protection, Voltage-Dependent

694

6.15.3.1

Description

694

6.15.3.2

Application and Setting Notes

696

6.15.3.3

Settings

698

6.15.3.4

Information List

698

6.15.4

Stage with Inverse Time-Overcurrent Protection, Voltage-Released

699

6.15.4.1

Description

699

6.15.4.2

Application and Setting Notes

700

6.15.4.3

Settings

701

6.15.4.4

Information List

701

6.15.5

Stage with Definite Time-Overcurrent Protection, Undervoltage Seal-In

702