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INDEX
1. PURPOSE ....................................................................................................... 4

2. SCOPE ............................................................................................................. 4

3. DEVICE MODEL .......................................................................................... 4

4. INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................ 5
4.1. COMMUNICATION SCHEME .......................................................................................... 5
4.2. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS ..................................................................................... 6

5. DIGITAL INPUTS / OUTPUTS AND LEDS CONFIGURATION .... 9


5.1. DIGITAL INPUTS ............................................................................................................ 9
5.2. DIGITAL OUTPUTS....................................................................................................... 10
5.3. LEDS ............................................................................................................................ 10

6. FRONT PANNEL CONFIGURATION .................................................. 11

7. INTERLOCKING MATRIX ..................................................................... 13

8. DEVICE´S CONTROL SETTINGS ......................................................... 14


8.1. GENERAL ..................................................................................................................... 14
8.2. TAP INPUT ................................................................................................................... 14
8.3. LDC............................................................................................................................. 15
8.4. TIMERS ......................................................................................................................... 15
8.5. OUT OF STEP ................................................................................................................ 16

9. COMMUNICATIONS .............................................................................. 17
9.1. IEC61850 .................................................................................................................... 19
9.2. VIRTUAL INPUTS-OUTPUTS ......................................................................................... 30

10. TAPS .......................................................................................................... 32


10.1. TAP MEASUREMENT VIA DIGITAL INPUTS ................................................................... 32
10.2. TAP MEASUREMENT VIA CURRENT TRANSDUCER....................................................... 33
10.3. SETTINGS ..................................................................................................................... 33

11. PARALLEL TRANSFORMER ENABLING ....................................... 34


11.1. GROUPS OF TRF´S IN PARALLEL (GROUPS) ............................................................. 34

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11.2. TRANSFORMER ENABLING FOR WORKING IN PARALLEL WITH OTHERS ..................... 35


11.3. EXTERNAL BLOCKING OR TOTAL BLOCK .................................................................... 35

12. MASTER / SLAVE AUTOMATISM ................................................... 36


12.1. OPERATION OF THE AUTOMATISM .............................................................................. 36
12.2. TAP BALANCE ............................................................................................................. 37
12.3. BLOCKINGS .................................................................................................................. 37

13. CIRCULATING CURRENT AUTOMATISM................................... 38


13.1. Q ASSIGNMENT............................................................................................................ 38
13.2. BLOCKINGS .................................................................................................................. 38

14. OUT OF STEP .......................................................................................... 39


14.1. OUT OF STEP CALCULATION BY TAP DIFFERENCE ....................................................... 39
14.2. OUT OF STEP CALCULATION BY CIRCULATING CURRENT ........................................... 41

15. OTHER LOGICS ..................................................................................... 45


15.1. TRANSFORMER IDENTIFIER ......................................................................................... 45
15.2. FANS ............................................................................................................................ 45
15.3. VOLTAGE SET-POINT CONTROL .................................................................................. 45

16. ANNEX: CURRENT TRANSDUCER VALUES FOR TAP


ACTIVATION........................................................................................................... 46

17. FIGURE INDEX ....................................................................................... 53

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1. PURPOSE
The purpose of this control specification is explaining the way the generic configuration
CFG04000016 works.

2. SCOPE
The aim of this control specification is explaining the following issues:

• Wiring: Digital inputs and outputs.


• Front Pannel: Push buttons and leds.
• Commands and blockings.
• Communications: IEC61850 and Virtual Inputs / Outputs (VIOs).
• Taps configuration.
• Master / Slave / Independent automatism.
• Circulating Current Compensation method.

3. DEVICE MODEL
This configuration has been developed for #RTV-P_N-###5A6#M devices. The master
memory codes are 4WD03610462/4WF04700080 [7.4Y] with version 04.11.0 and checksum 8DF4,
based on EBOOT 4.1 and NK version 4.1.

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4. INTRODUCTION
This configuration for Automatic Voltage Regulators has been developed to manage up to five
transformers (five RTVs, one for each transformer) working in parallel mode in a system with the
following topology:

Figure 1: Power system topology

The devices require to know the status of the connection breakers (12, 23, 34 and 45) in order to
know the parallelism status of the bays, as well as the tap position of their bays. This information is
required to be wired to the devices.

This configuration has been developed for devices communicating through two different ways:

• IEC61850 GOOSE Service (IEC)


Device´s IEC61850 Board interfaces
• Virtual Inputs / Outputs (VIO)
Device´s Serial ports

These two ways are redundant: since IEC communication is working fine, this (IEC) will be the
default communication media, but if GOOSE quality changes to bad or questionable, system will
change to VIO communication automatically (so if there is no IEC communication infrastructure, or
there is any trouble in it, communication will be VIO based).

Depending on hardware differences in selected models it could be necessary to use media


converters in serial loop (to change from fiber optic to serial) and depending of this same
characteristics, Ethernet connections could be made by cables or fiber optics.

4.1. Communication scheme


If VIOs are used for communications, the configuration will work with the signals received via
Remote Port 1 from the previous relay, and will send via Remote Port 2 the required signals to the
next relay. This implies that the physical topology of the communication fiber optics has to be a ring
between all the relays, always from the Remote Port 1 of every device to the Remote Port 2 of the
next device. An example of application for 5 paralleled transformers is shown in red in the next
figure.

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Figure 2: Communication topology (IEC and VIO) for five paralleled power transformers

In case of VIOs communication, the same CID file can be uploaded to every device.

If GOOSE messages are used for communications, physically there is not a ring but a star
topology existing (see previous figure in green). But from the point of view of information exchange
among devices via GOOSE subscriptions, a ring topology for communications is required. This
means that every relay requires to be subscribed to the GOOSE messages sent by the previous relay
as in a ring, in a similar way than the fiber optic connections for VIOs. In fact, if a redundant
communication system with IEC and VIOs is used, the relays must be subscribed to the GOOSE
messages sent by the same relay from which virtual inputs are received. An example of application
for 5 paralleled transformers is shown in green in the previous figure.

It is important to note that in case of GOOSE messages communication, some changes have to
be done in the original CID file before uploading it to the devices (please see communications
chapter).

4.2. Important considerations


Some important considerations have to be taken into account for the correct configuration of the
system.

1. When multiple paralleled transformers are used in the system, it is important to assign a
different transformer identifier for every relay. This must be done by modifying a user
setting called “Trafo identifier”: must be a value from 1 to 5 and must be different for
every relay. This can be done via front HMI menu (Change Settings >> Password >>
Control >> General >> Trafo identifier) or via ZIVercomPlus (Settings >> User setting).
By default, the value of this setting is 0. If any of the relays is set to 0 or if two different
paralleled relays have the same identifier, then an external blocking will avoid the
operation of every voltage regulator.

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Figure 3: Modifying “Trafo Identifier” setting with ZIVercomPlus.

The trafo identifier setting will be determined by the digital input wired with the status
of the breaker. For example, if the close status of the connection breaker of any
transformer is wired to DI 28, then the identifier must be set to 1. But if the close status
of the breaker is wired to DI 31, then the identifier must be set to 4 (please see digital
inputs chapter).

2. Once decided the parallel regulation method to be applied for the power system
(circulating current method or master/slave/independent method), this must be selected
in every relay by modifying a user setting called “Parallel Mode”: set 1 for circulating
current method or 2 for master/slave/independent method. This can be done via front
HMI menu (Change Settings >> Password >> Control >> General >> Parallel Mode) or
via ZIVercomPlus (Settings >> User settings >> General). By default, it is set to 0. If a
different method is selected in the relays, then an external blocking will avoid the
operation of every voltage regulator. Within this option the user has to choose if the
Master selection is held by the RTV or not by means of a setting user “Auto Master Sel”.
If that setting takes 1 value, the RTV Master will be which has been set with the
minimum Transformer Identifier among the RTVs working in the same group in
parallel. Otherwise (if takes 0 value), the user must be select the Master one by himself
by pressing P5 button or via MMS.

3. When circulating current method is used for adjusting the tap of the paralleled
transformers, it is important to set the VT and CT ratio, not only in protection settings
but also in user settings. This can be done via front HMI menu (Change Settings >>
Password >> Control >> General >> VT Ratio/CT Ratio) or via ZIVercomPlus (Settings
>> User settings >> General). By default these values are set to 1. Moreover, note that
the circulating current method has been designed assuming the same value for VT and
CT ratios for every voltage regulator. So, if VT or CT ratios are different in the bays or
if these values are not set properly in the relay, the circulating current method will not
work properly.

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4. If IEC 61850 communication protocol is used for more than one transformer working in
parallel, take into account that some changes in the CID file have to be done (please see
IEC 6180 chapter)

5. If VIO is the only way for communication (there is not any switch in the network) then it
is not compulsory to use CID files and upload the same configuration
(CFG04000016.cfg) for every RTV will be enough.

6. CFG04000016 configuration does not require know how many regulators are working in
its same network. It keeps a piece of memory for each one of the up to 4 RTVs which
are in parallel with it. Only will consider this information if the incoming circuit breaker
status (received by Digital Inputs) related to a specific transformer are active.

7. All the commands given from MMS must be given by default from orCat 3, it means
according to IEC 61850, Remote origin. Logic changes should be performed for
enabling orCat 2 (Station).

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5. DIGITAL INPUTS / OUTPUTS AND LEDS CONFIGURATION


The #RTV-P_N-###5A6#M model has 42 digital inputs and 18 digital outputs. Following the
configuration of digital inputs / outputs is detailed.

5.1. Digital Inputs


The signals associated to DIs have been configured according to the following table. According
to this digital input assignation, if direct digital wiring of the tap position is used (not BCD or
transducer codification of the tap position), the maximum number of taps is 27:

DI SIGNAL
Digital Input 01 Digital Input for TapPos #1
Digital Input 02 Digital Input for TapPos #2
Digital Input 03 Digital Input for TapPos #3
Digital Input 04 Digital Input for TapPos #4
Digital Input 05 Digital Input for TapPos #5
Digital Input 06 Digital Input for TapPos #6
Digital Input 07 Digital Input for TapPos #7
Digital Input 08 Digital Input for TapPos #8
Digital Input 09 Digital Input for TapPos #9
Digital Input 10 Digital Input for TapPos #10
Digital Input 11 Digital Input for TapPos #11
Digital Input 12 Digital Input for TapPos #12
Digital Input 13 Digital Input for TapPos #13
Digital Input 14 Digital Input for TapPos #14
Digital Input 15 Digital Input for TapPos #15
Digital Input 16 Digital Input for TapPos #16
Digital Input 17 Digital Input for TapPos #17
Digital Input 18 Digital Input for TapPos #18
Digital Input 19 Digital Input for TapPos #19
Digital Input 20 Digital Input for TapPos #20
Digital Input 21 Digital Input for TapPos #21
Digital Input 22 Digital Input for TapPos #22
Digital Input 23 Digital Input for TapPos #23
Digital Input 24 Digital Input for TapPos #24
Digital Input 25 Digital Input for TapPos #25
Digital Input 26 Digital Input for TapPos #26
Digital Input 27 Digital Input for TapPos #27
Digital Input 28 Sectionalizer 1 Circuit Breaker Close
Digital Input 29 Sectionalizer 2 Circuit Breaker Close
Digital Input 30 Sectionalizer 3 Circuit Breaker Close
Digital Input 31 Sectionalizer 4 Circuit Breaker Close
Digital Input 32 Sectionalizer 5 Circuit Breaker Close
Digital Input 33 Parallel Mode circulating current
Digital Input 34 Parallel Mode master slave
Digital Input 35 Fan group 1 off
Digital Input 36 Fan group 1 on
Digital Input 37 Fan group 2 off
Digital Input 38 Fan group 2 on

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Digital Input 39 Sectionalizer 1-2 Circuit Breaker Close


Digital Input 40 Sectionalizer 2-3 Circuit Breaker Close
Digital Input 41 Sectionalizer 3-4 Circuit Breaker Close
Digital Input 42 Sectionalizer 4-5 Circuit Breaker Close

Figure 3: Digital Inputs


5.2. Digital Outputs
The signals associated to DOs have been configured according to the following table:

DO SIGNAL
Digital Output 01 Blockade by maximum current
Digital Output 02 Blockade by minimum voltage
Digital Output 03 Master (when M/S/I is selected)
Digital Output 04 Slave (when M/S/I is selected)
Digital Output 05 Independent (when M/S/I is selected)
Digital Output 06 Regulator in Automatic mode
Digital Output 07 Fan group 1 on command
Digital Output 08 Fan group 1 off command
Digital Output 09 Fan group 2 on command
Digital Output 10 Fan group 2 off command
Digital Output 11 Any trafo out of step
Digital Output 12 Spare
Digital Output 13 Spare
Digital Output 14 Spare
Digital Output 15 Spare
Digital Output 16 Spare
Digital Output 17 Spare
Digital Output 18 Spare
Figure 4: Digital Outputs
5.3. Leds
The signals associated to leds have been configured according to the table below:

LED SIGNAL MEMORIZED


Led 1 AVR Blocked
Led 2 Circulating Current Compensation Enabled
Led 3 Blockade by internal failure
Led 4 Tap command (raise or lower)
Led 5 Any trafo out of step
Led 6 Communication failure
Led 7 IEC61850 communication failure
Led 8 Virtual I/O communication failure
Led 9 Overvoltage trip X
Led 10 Spare
Led 11 Spare
Led 12 Spare
Led 13 Spare
Led 14 Spare
Led 15 Spare
Led 16 Spare
Figure 5: Leds

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6. FRONT PANNEL CONFIGURATION


The device has 7 programmable push buttons (P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6 and A/M). These buttons
have been configured as follows:

BUTTON / LED DESCRIPTION


SWITCH TO REMOTE STATUS

SWITCH TO LOCAL STATUS


P1 Scada Status

Local Status

Console Status

TAP RAISE

TAP LOWER
P2
Not in extreme tap

Extreme tap reached

FAN 1 IN SERVICE COMMAND

FAN 1 OUT OF SERVICE COMMAND


P3
Fan 1 in service

Fan 1 out of service

FAN 2 IN SERVICE COMMAND

FAN 2 OUT OF SERVICE COMMAND


P4
Fan 2 in service

Fan 2 out of service

MASTER MODE ON COMMAND

MASTER MODE OFF COMMAND


P5 Master Mode On
Spare
Slave Mode On

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INDEPENDENT MODE ON COMMAND

INDEPENDENT MODE OFF COMMAND


P6
Spare

Independent Mode On

SWITCH TO AUTOMATIC MODE

SWITCH TO MANUAL MODE


A/M
Automatic Mode
Manual Mode
Figure 6: Push Buttons

A possible labels assignment is shown below:

Figure 7: Labels

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7. INTERLOCKING MATRIX
The configured commands have the following blockings:

COMMAND
STATUS TAP (*) FAN 1
SIGNAL LOCAL REMOTE RAISE LOWER ON OFF
Local Status X
Remote Status X
Automatic Mode X X
Lack of Active Tap X X
Several Active Taps X X
Upper Limit Tap reached X
Maximum Tap Reached X
Low Limit Tap reached X
Minimum Tap Reached X
Slave Mode On X X
Fan 1 in service X
Fan 1 out of service X

Figure 8: Interlocking Matrix (I)

(*) These interlocks only act if commands are given manually (automatic tap raise and low
commands due to master/slave, circulating current method or not in parallel automatic “normal”
work are not disturbed by these interlocks).

COMMAND
FAN 2 MASTER INDEPENDENT
SIGNAL ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF
Fan 2 in service X
Fan 2 out of service X
Master Mode On X
Not – Master Slave Parallel mode X
Enable Circ. Curr. Compens. X
Master Mode Off X
Independent Mode On X
Independent Mode Off X

Figure 9: Interlocking Matrix (II)

It is important to note that the commands hierarchy defined in the configuration is as follows:
the control status of the device may be in local (commands given from the front buttons of the relay)
or in remote status (commands given by communications). This can be selected with P1 front button.
In case of remote control, the control status can be in console if a GOOSE signal is received from
the SCU. If no GOOSE is received, the device will be in scada status.

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8. DEVICE´S CONTROL SETTINGS


There are three different groups containing the above mentioned user control settings:
8.1. General
Name Maximum Minimum Step Default
Trafo identifier 5 0 1 0
Offset Tap Balance 40 0 1 0
Parallel Mode 2 0 1 0
Sel Parl Mode DI 1 (Yes) 0 (No) - 0 (No)
VT Ratio 5000 1 1 1
CT Ratio 3000 1 1 1
Auto Master Sel 1 (Yes) 0 (No) - 1 (Yes)

• Trafo Identifier: This setting is used to know what transformer is “This” RTV used for.
• Offset: Maximum tap mismatch of the slave respect the master.
• Parallel mode: Selection of the parallel mode: none (0), circulating current scheme (1) or
master/slave (2). It will be taken into account only if “Sel Parl Mode DI” takes 0 value.
• Selection Parallel model by Digital Inputs: Selection of the parallel mode via digital
inputs.
• VT Ratio: Value required for the circulating current method.
• CT Ratio: Value required for the circulating current method.
• Auto Master Sel: Selection of the RTV Master: (1) the RTV with the minimum Trafo
Identifier which is working in parallel with any other will be the Master after checking
some conditions. (0) The Master selection is up to the user.

8.2. Tap input


Name Maximum Minimum Step Default
Trans 4-20 1 (Yes) 0 (No) - 1 (Yes)
Trans 0-5 1 (Yes) 0 (No) - 0 (No)
Trans 0-20 1 (Yes) 0 (No) - 0 (No)
Number of taps 40 0 1 40
Tap DI/mA (1-0) 1 (Yes) 0 (No) - 0 (No)

• Trans 4-20: Selection of the type of transducer used for the tap position.
• Trans 0-5: Selection of the type of transducer used for the tap position.
• Trans 0-20: Selection of the type of transducer used for the tap position.
• Number of taps: Selection of the number of taps.
• Tap DI/mA (1-0): Selection of the type of wiring for the tap position to the relay.

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8.3. LDC
Name Maximum Minimum Step Default
Enable Double LD 1 (Yes) 0 (No) - 0 (No)

Boolean user setting to enable automatic Double Line Drop compensation.


8.4. Timers
Name Maximum Minimum Step Default
Setpoint Failure 10 1 0.001 2
Tap Failure 50 1 0.001 12
Cmd Fail Time 1 10 0.001 2
Tap Commands 50 0 0.001 10
Fan Commands 15 0 0.001 1
Reset Time 15 0 0.001 3
Disable Blck TId 20 0 0.5 5
Check Master 60 0 1 10
Master Delay 20 0 0.001 5
Block CMD Delay 30 0 0.001 10
Comms Failure 30 0 0.001 5
Slave Delay 10 0 0.001 1
Tap Pulse 10 0 0.001 1

• Setpoint failure: time for the failure signal if a setpoint command is not executed.
• Tap failure: time for the failure signal if a tap command is not executed.
• Command failure: time for the failure signal if other commands (fan, master,
independent) are not executed.
• Tap commands: time that digital outputs remain activated when a tap command is given.
• Fan commands: time that digital outputs remain activated when a fan command is given.
• Reset time: time that the relay send 0 in all analog signals via communications after any
change in the trafo identifier setting.
• Disable Blck TId: time during which the relay sends a signal for ignoring or disabling
the blocking signals sent due to invalid transformer identifier.
• Check Master: time during which the RTV master is checking the proper conditions for
assuming master functions.
• Master Delay: time for delay commands from the master RTV to slave ones once master
condition is selected.
• Block CMD Delay: time for keeping active the tap command received from another
RTV in Circulating Current parallelism method which is blocking own automatic tap
commands.
• Comms Failure: time during which both IEC61850 and VIO communications are in
failure.
• Slave Delay: time delay for giving pass to slave commands in Auto Master Selection.

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• Tap Pulse: time for keeping active the tap command pulse from the Master one to
another slave RTVs .

8.5. Out of step


Name Maximum Minimum Step Default
Maximum offset 5 0 1 2
CC for 1Tap diff 7 0 0.001 0.125
Out of step time 900 0 0.001 300

• Maximum offset: maximum tap difference allowed between two transformers for not
activating the out of step by tap difference signal.
• CC for 1 tap difference: circulating current when 1 tap difference exist between two
transformers
• Out of step time: delay time for out of step indication.

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9. COMMUNICATIONS
When there are several transformers working in parallel in the substation, some information
exchange is necessary between the RTVs. The signals that have to be sent and received are:

SIGNALS TO BE COMMUNICATED
REACTIVE POWER RTV #1
REACTIVE POWER RTV #2
REACTIVE POWER RTV #3
REACTIVE POWER RTV #4
REACTIVE POWER RTV #5
ANALOGUE SIGNAL RTV #1
ANALOGUE SIGNAL RTV #2
ANALOGUE SIGNAL RTV #3
ANALOGUE SIGNAL RTV #4
ANALOGUE SIGNAL RTV #5
TAP VALUE RTV #1
TAP VALUE RTV #2
TAP VALUE RTV #3
TAP VALUE RTV #4
TAP VALUE RTV #5
CHECK TRANSFORMER IDENTIFIER

REACTIVE POWER RTV#1, REACTIVE POWER RTV#2, etc.

• Reactive power
Used for the circulating current automatism.

ANALOGUE SIGNAL RTV#1, ANALOGUE SIGNAL RTV#2, etc.

These signals are sent all together within an analogue signal created in the logic with a binary-
to-analog logic gate.

• Tap value
Used for the tap balance and out of step by tap difference logic.
• Transformer identifier of the RTV
Used for checking if the identifier configured is correct.
• Parallel mode
Used for checking if the parallel mode configured is correct.
• Master in service
Used for informing if there is any RTV in master mode already in the paralleled group.
• Blockade to other RTVs
Used for blocking the rest of RTVs in the paralleled group.
• Tap up command to slaves
Used for master RTV to send tap up command to slaves.
• Tap down command to slaves
Used for master RTV to send tap down command to slaves.

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• Invalid Tap
Used for informing that the tap value is invalid.
• Block to check Master Tap
Signal sent from RTV which has the lowest Transformer Identifier for warning the
following priority RTV that it is blocked by checking initial conditions after closing bay
circuit breaker.
• Block Tap Commands
Signal sent from RTV working in parallel with Circulating Current method enabled, for
blocking another RTVs Tap Commands in order to prevent several simultaneous
commands.
For only VIO communications these blocking signals are sent as Digital Signals. In this
case Analogue signal is too slow to fulfill blocking requirements.
• Keep Alive
Used for warning alive status to other in parallel RTVs.

TAP VALUE RTV#1, TAP VALUE RTV#2, etc.

• Tap value
Used for checking the Master Tap in order to run Tap Balance logic and all the taps of
the RTVs which are working in the same parallel group for running Out of Step logic.

CHECK TRANSF IDENTIFIER

These signals are sent all together within an analogue signal created in the logic with a binary-
to-analog logic gate.

• Transformer identifier of the previous RTV


Used for checking if the identifier configured is correct.
• Transformer identifier of the RTV before the previous one.
Used for checking if the identifier configured is correct.
• Internal blocking of the RTV
Used for blocking the rest of RTVs.
• External blocking of the RTV
Used for blocking the rest of RTVs.
• Disable internal or external blocking
Used to avoid errors when blockings disappear.

This configuration is engineered assuming that RTVs are going to be communicated at least by
one of the following systems (or both using VIO as backup of IEC). The relays are going to send the
information received from the rest of relays (reactive power, tap, identifier, etc.) and their own
information. The position where these pieces of information are sent depends on the identifier set in
the relay: for example, if the device is set as identifier 3, it will send the information received from
relays 1, 2, 4 and 5 with no change, and it will send their own values in the position for the 3rd RTV.

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In order to prevent that false signals might be flowing through the network, each time one of the
RTVs changes its Transformer Identifier or it happens any communication failure or any
communication reestablishment, the RTV which captures any of these events will refresh its
incoming signals by resetting during “Reset Time” all signals. Due to the communication
architecture purposed is a ring, this action will cut the loop and the new signals should be refreshed
by all of the RTVs involved in.

9.1. IEC61850
IEC61850 protocol allows the devices to communicate all the required information for the
system to work properly. As this protocol assumes to connect all devices in the same network, it is
important to note that some changes have to be done in the CID file in order to adapt the
configuration for each of the relays. These changes have to be carried out before uploading the CID
files to the relays.

• IEDName: this parameter has to be different for every relay. As an example, first relay
IEDName could be set as CFG04000016A, second as CFG04000016B, third as
CFG04000016C, and so on. This must be modified with ZIVerCID software by selecting the
Tool “Configure Communication Data”.

Figure 10: IEDName configuration

• IP address: this parameter has to be different for every relay. As an example, first relay
IP address could be set as 192.168.1.81, second as 192.168.1.82, third as 192.168.1.83, and
so on. This must be modified with ZIVerCID software by selecting the Tool “Configure
Communication Data”.

Figure 11: IP address configuration

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• appID (for gcb01): this parameter has to be different for every relay. As an example, first
relay appID could be set as GOOSE_CFG04000016A, second as GOOSE_CFG04000016B,
and so on. This has to be modified with ZIVerCID software by selecting the Tool “Configure
Communication Data”.

Figure 12: appID configuration (gcb01)

• GIGGIO Inref: in order to devices to be subscribed to the information required from the
rest of devices, the GOOSE subscription (logical node GIGGIO, attribute inref) to the other
devices has to me modified according to the GOOSE Identification and the GCB Reference
configured for all of them. In order to optimize the communication features of the system,
this subscription must be different for every relay and the order of subscription has to be
same than the physical fiber optic connections. The next figure shows an example of
application for 5 paralleled transformers.

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Figure 13: Example of application for 5 paralleled transformers

For the previous example of application, it is shown next as an example how the GIGGIO
Inref subscriptions for the relay A have to be configured. This can be done with any text
editor: open the CID file, find first the text GIGGIO and afterwards find the text inref. Then
the fields of GIGGIO logical node can be edited:

Figure 14: Example for GIGGIO InRef1 and InRef2 configuration

For the mentioned example, the table below shows all the parameters required for the SetRef
(Setting Reference, first line) of every GIGGIO Inref attribute.

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INREF MAC APPID GCBREF GOID POS


Inref 1 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 1
Inref 2 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 3
Inref 3 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 5
Inref 4 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 7
Inref 5 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 9
Inref 6 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 11
Inref 7 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 13
Inref 8 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 15
Inref 9 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 17
Inref 10 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 19
Inref 11 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 21
Inref 12 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 23
Inref 13 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 25
Inref 14 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 27
Inref 15 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 29
Inref 16 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1 0000 CFG04000016BLD1/LLN0$GO$gcb01 GOOSE_CFG04000016B 31
Inref 17 01-0C-CD-01-00-50 03E9 KSA_UCSLD1/LLN0$GO$gcGOOSE3 GOOSE_KSA_UCS 1

Figure 15: GOOSE Inref configuration (I)

And finally, for the same example, the table below shows all the parameters required for the
intAddr (Internal address, second line) and the d (description, third line) of every GIGGIO
Inref attribute.

INREF intAddr d
Inref 1 GIGGIO1.AnIn01[MX] REACTIVE POWER RTV #1
Inref 2 GIGGIO1.AnIn02[MX] REACTIVE POWER RTV #2
Inref 3 GIGGIO1.AnIn03[MX] REACTIVE POWER RTV #3
Inref 4 GIGGIO1.AnIn04[MX] REACTIVE POWER RTV #4
Inref 5 GIGGIO1.AnIn05[MX] REACTIVE POWER RTV #5
Inref 6 GIGGIO1.IntIn01[ST] ANALOGUE SIGNAL RTV #1
Inref 7 GIGGIO1.IntIn02[ST] ANALOGUE SIGNAL RTV #2
Inref 8 GIGGIO1.IntIn03[ST] ANALOGUE SIGNAL RTV #3
Inref 9 GIGGIO1.IntIn04[ST] ANALOGUE SIGNAL RTV #4
Inref 10 GIGGIO1.IntIn05[ST] ANALOGUE SIGNAL RTV #5
Inref 11 GIGGIO1.IntIn06[ST] TAP VALUE RTV #1
Inref 12 GIGGIO1.IntIn07[ST] TAP VALUE RTV #2
Inref 13 GIGGIO1.IntIn08[ST] TAP VALUE RTV #3
Inref 14 GIGGIO1.IntIn09[ST] TAP VALUE RTV #4
Inref 15 GIGGIO1.IntIn10[ST] TAP VALUE RTV #5
Inref 16 GIGGIO1.AnIn06[MX] CHECK TRANSFORMER IDENTIFIER
Inref 17 GIGGIO1.Ind01[ST] CONSOLE CONNECTED

Figure 16: GOOSE Inref configuration (II)

The subscriptions for the next relay will be exactly the same, just changing CFG04000016B
by CFG04000016C. And so on with the rest of devices.

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9.1.1. GOOSE CONTROL BLOCK

GOOSE CONTROL BLOCK


Name gcb01
Desc Salida de GOOSE 1
confRev 60001
Type GOOSE
appID(VLAN APPID) GOOSE_CFG04000016A (*)
datSet DS_GOO_SIG
VLAN-ID 000
VLAN-PRIORITY 0
DESTINATION MAC 01-0C-CD-01-00-C1
APPID 0000

Figure 17: GOOSE Control Block parameters

(*) GOOSE_CFG04000016A for AVR related to transformer #1, GOOSE_CFG04000016B for


second one, GOOSE_CFG04000016C for third one and so on.

9.1.2. GOOSE DATASET

# ATTRIBUTE DESCRIPTION
1 LD1/GENGGIO1.AnIn01.mag.f [MX] RTV#1 REACTIVE POWER
2 LD1/GENGGIO1.AnIn01.q [MX] RTV#1 REACTIVE POWER QUALITY
3 LD1/GENGGIO1.AnIn02.mag.f [MX] RTV#2 REACTIVE POWER
4 LD1/GENGGIO1.AnIn02.q [MX] RTV#2 REACTIVE POWER QUALITY
5 LD1/GENGGIO1.AnIn03.mag.f [MX] RTV#3 REACTIVE POWER
6 LD1/GENGGIO1.AnIn03.q [MX] RTV#3 REACTIVE POWER QUALITY
7 LD1/GENGGIO1.AnIn04.mag.f [MX] RTV#4 REACTIVE POWER
8 LD1/GENGGIO1.AnIn04.q [MX] RTV#4 REACTIVE POWER QUALITY
9 LD1/GENGGIO1.AnIn05.mag.f [MX] RTV#5 REACTIVE POWER
10 LD1/GENGGIO1.AnIn05.q [MX] RTV#5 REACTIVE POWER QUALITY
11 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn01.stVal [ST] RTV#1 ANALOGUE SIGNAL
12 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn01.q [ST] RTV#1 ANALOGUE SIGNAL QUALITY
13 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn02.stVal [ST] RTV#2 ANALOGUE SIGNAL
14 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn02.q [ST] RTV#2 ANALOGUE SIGNAL QUALITY
15 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn03.stVal [ST] RTV#3 ANALOGUE SIGNAL
16 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn03.q [ST] RTV#3 ANALOGUE SIGNAL QUALITY
17 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn04.stVal [ST] RTV#4 ANALOGUE SIGNAL
18 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn04.q [ST] RTV#4 ANALOGUE SIGNAL QUALITY
19 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn05.stVal [ST] RTV#5 ANALOGUE SIGNAL
20 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn05.q [ST] RTV#5 ANALOGUE SIGNAL QUALITY
21 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn06.stVal [ST] RTV#1 TAP VALUE
22 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn06.q [ST] RTV#1 TAP VALUE QUALITY
23 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn07.stVal [ST] RTV#2 TAP VALUE
24 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn07.q [ST] RTV#2 TAP VALUE QUALITY
25 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn08.stVal [ST] RTV#3 TAP VALUE
26 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn08.q [ST] RTV#3 TAP VALUE QUALITY
27 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn09.stVal [ST] RTV#4 TAP VALUE
28 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn09.q [ST] RTV#4 TAP VALUE QUALITY

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29 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn10.stVal [ST] RTV#5 TAP VALUE


30 LD1/GENGGIO1.IntIn10.q [ST] RTV#5 TAP VALUE QUALITY
31 LD1/GENGGIO1.AnIn06.mag.f [MX] CHECK TRANSFORMER IDENTIFIER
32 LD1/GENGGIO1.AnIn06.q [MX] CHECK TRANSFORMER IDENTIFIER QUALITY

Figure 18: GOOSE Dataset

9.1.3. GOOSEs SUBSCRIPTIONS


This part has already been explained. Please see GIGGIO Inref configuration part.

9.1.4. SIGNALS DATASET


Following the signals configured in the signals dataset are shown:

Nº ATTRIBUTE DESCRIPTION
0 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind001 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #1
1 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind002 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #2
2 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind003 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #3
3 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind004 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #4
4 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind005 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #5
5 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind006 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #6
6 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind007 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #7
7 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind008 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #8
8 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind009 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #9
9 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind010 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #10
10 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind011 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #11
11 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind012 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #12
12 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind013 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #13
13 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind014 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #14
14 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind015 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #15
15 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind016 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #16
16 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind017 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #17
17 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind018 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #18
18 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind019 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #19
19 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind020 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #20
20 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind021 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #21
21 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind022 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #22
22 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind023 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #23
23 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind024 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #24
24 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind025 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #25
25 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind026 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #26
26 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind027 ST DIGITAL INPUT FOR TAPPOS #27
27 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind028 ST SECTIONALIZER 1 CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSE
28 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind029 ST SECTIONALIZER 2 CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSE
29 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind030 ST SECTIONALIZER 3 CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSE
30 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind031 ST SECTIONALIZER 4 CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSE
31 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind032 ST SECTIONALIZER 5 CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSE
32 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind033 ST PARALLEL MODE CURCULATING CURRENT
33 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind034 ST PARALLEL MODE MASTER/SLAVE
34 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind035 ST FAN GROUP 1 OFF
35 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind036 ST FAN GROUP 1 ON

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36 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind037 ST FAN GROUP 2 OFF


37 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind038 ST FAN GROUP 2 ON
38 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind039 ST SECTIONALIZER 1-2 CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSE
39 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind040 ST SECTIONALIZER 2-3 CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSE
40 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind041 ST SECTIONALIZER 3-4 CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSE
41 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind042 ST SECTIONALIZER 4-5 CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSE
42 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind043 ST SPARE
43 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind044 ST SPARE
44 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind045 ST SPARE
45 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind046 ST SPARE
46 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind047 ST SPARE
47 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind048 ST SPARE
48 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind049 ST SPARE
49 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind050 ST SPARE
50 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind051 ST SPARE
51 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind052 ST SPARE
52 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind053 ST SPARE
53 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind054 ST SPARE
54 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind055 ST SPARE
55 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind056 ST SPARE
56 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind057 ST SPARE
57 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind058 ST SPARE
58 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind059 ST SPARE
59 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind060 ST SPARE
60 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind061 ST SPARE
61 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind062 ST SPARE
62 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind063 ST SPARE
63 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind064 ST SPARE
64 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind065 ST SPARE
65 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind066 ST SPARE
66 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind067 ST SPARE
67 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind068 ST SPARE
68 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind069 ST SPARE
69 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind070 ST SPARE
70 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind071 ST SPARE
71 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind072 ST SPARE
72 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind073 ST SPARE
73 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind074 ST SPARE
74 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind075 ST SPARE
75 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind076 ST SPARE
76 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind077 ST SPARE
77 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind078 ST SPARE
78 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind079 ST SPARE
79 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind080 ST SPARE
80 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind081 ST SPARE
81 LD1 / DIO.GGIO.1 Ind082 ST SPARE
82 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind001 ST IEC61850 COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE
83 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind002 ST COMMUNICATION FAILURE
84 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind003 ST TAP DISCREPANCY
85 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind004 ST TAP EXTREM POSITION
86 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind005 ST AVR BLOCKED
87 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind006 ST SPARE
88 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind007 ST SPARE

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89 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind008 ST AUTOMATIC MODE ON


90 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind009 ST SPARE
91 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind010 ST SPARE
92 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind011 ST SPARE
93 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind012 ST TAP UP COMMAND TO SLAVES
94 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind013 ST TAP DOWN COMMAND TO SLAVES
95 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind014 ST MASTER MODE ON
96 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind015 ST MANUAL MODE ON
97 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind016 ST SLAVE MODE ON
98 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind017 ST SPARE
99 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind018 ST SPARE
100 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind019 ST SPARE
101 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind020 ST SPARE
102 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind021 ST SPARE
103 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind022 ST SPARE
104 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind023 ST SPARE
105 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind024 ST SPARE
106 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind025 ST SPARE
107 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind026 ST SPARE
108 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind027 ST SPARE
109 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind028 ST SPARE
110 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind029 ST SPARE
111 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind030 ST SPARE
112 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind031 ST SPARE
113 LD1 / GEN.GGIO.1 Ind032 ST SPARE
114 LD1 / LLN0. Lockey ST CONTROL FROM LOCAL
115 LD1 / LLN0. RmtCtlBlk ST CONTROL FROM REMOTE
116 SWITCH TO REMOTE COMMAND
117 SWITCH TO REMOTE COMMAND EXECUTED
118 SWITCH TO REMOTE COMMAND FAILURE
119 SWITCH TO LOCAL COMMAND
120 SWITCH TO LOCAL COMMAND EXECUTED
121 SWITCH TO LOCAL COMMAND FAILURE
122 SWITCH TO REMOTE COMMAND FROM LOCAL
123 SWITCH TO REMOTE COMMAND FROM HMI
124 SWITCH TO REMOTE COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
125 SWITCH TO REMOTE COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
126 SWITCH TO REMOTE COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
127 SWITCH TO LOCAL COMMAND FROM LOCAL
128 SWITCH TO LOCAL COMMAND FROM HMI
129 SWITCH TO LOCAL COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
130 SWITCH TO LOCAL COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
131 SWITCH TO LOCAL COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
132 LD1 / GAPC.1 SPCS001 ST TAP IN REST
133 LOWER TAP COMMAND IN PROGRESS
134 LOWER TAP COMMAND EXECUTED
135 LOWER TAP COMMAND FAILURE
136 RAISE TAP COMMAND IN PROGRESS
137 RAISE TAP COMMAND EXECUTED
138 RAISE TAP COMMAND FAILURE
139 LOWER TAP COMMAND FROM LOCAL
140 LOWER TAP COMMAND FROM HMI
141 LOWER TAP COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND

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142 LOWER TAP COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM


143 LOWER TAP COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
144 RAISE TAP COMMAND FROM LOCAL
145 RAISE TAP COMMAND FROM HMI
146 RAISE TAP COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
147 RAISE TAP COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
148 RAISE TAP COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
149 LD1 / CILO.1 EnaOpn ST LOWER TAP ENABLE
150 LD1 / CILO.1 EnaCls ST RAISE TAP ENABLE
151 LD1 / GAPC.2 SPCS001 ST AVR IN MANUAL MODE
152 AVR IN MANUAL MODE COMMAND IN PROGRESS
153 AVR IN MANUAL MODE COMMAND EXECUTED
154 AVR IN MANUAL MODE COMMAND FAILURE
155 AVR IN AUTOMATIC MODE COMMAND IN PROGRESS
156 AVR IN AUTOMATIC MODE COMMAND EXECUTED
157 AVR IN AUTOMATIC MODE COMMAND FAILURE
158 AVR IN MANUAL MODE COMMAND FROM LOCAL
159 AVR IN MANUAL MODE COMMAND FROM HMI
160 AVR IN MANUAL MODE COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
161 AVR IN MANUAL MODE COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
162 AVR IN MANUAL MODE COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
163 AVR IN AUTOMATIC MODE COMMAND FROM LOCAL
164 AVR IN AUTOMATIC MODE COMMAND FROM HMI
165 AVR IN AUTOMATIC MODE COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
166 AVR IN AUTOMATIC MODE COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
167 AVR IN AUTOMATIC MODE FROM AUTOMATISM
168 LD1 / CILO.2 EnaOpn ST AVR IN MANUAL MODE ENABLE
169 LD1 / CILO.2 EnaCls ST AVR IN AUTOMATIC MODE ENABLE
170 LD1 / GAPC.3 SPCS001 ST MASTER MODE OFF
171 MASTER MODE OFF COMMAND IN PROGRESS
172 MASTER MODE OFF COMMAND EXECUTED
173 MASTER MODE OFF COMMAND FAILURE
174 MASTER MODE ON COMMAND IN PROGRESS
175 MASTER MODE ON COMMAND EXECUTED
176 MASTER MODE ON COMMAND FAILURE
177 MASTER MODE OFF COMMAND FROM LOCAL
178 MASTER MODE OFF COMMAND FROM HMI
179 MASTER MODE OFF COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
180 MASTER MODE OFF COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
181 MASTER MODE OFF COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
182 MASTER MODE ON COMMAND FROM LOCAL
183 MASTER MODE ON COMMAND FROM HMI
184 MASTER MODE ON COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
185 MASTER MODE ON COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
186 MASTER MODE ON COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
187 LD1 / CILO.3 EnaOpn ST MASTER MODE OFF ENABLE
188 LD1 / CILO.3 EnaCls ST MASTER MODE ON ENABLE
189 LD1 / GAPC.4 SPCS001 ST INDEPENDENT MODE OFF
190 INDEPENDENT MODE OFF COMMAND IN PROGRESS
191 INDEPENDENT MODE OFF COMMAND EXECUTED
192 INDEPENDENT MODE OFF COMMAND FAILURE
193 INDEPENDENT MODE ON COMMAND IN PROGRESS
194 INDEPENDENT MODE ON COMMAND EXECUTED

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195 INDEPENDENT MODE ON COMMAND FAILURE


196 INDEPENDENT MODE OFF COMMAND FROM LOCAL
197 INDEPENDENT MODE OFF COMMAND FROM HMI
198 INDEPENDENT MODE OFF COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
199 INDEPENDENT MODE OFF COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
200 INDEPENDENT MODE OFF COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
201 INDEPENDENT MODE ON COMMAND FROM LOCAL
202 INDEPENDENT MODE ON COMMAND FROM HMI
203 INDEPENDENT MODE ON COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
204 INDEPENDENT MODE ON COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
205 INDEPENDENT MODE ON COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
206 LD1 / CILO.4 EnaOpn ST INDEPENDENT MODE OFF ENABLE
207 LD1 / CILO.4 EnaCls ST INDEPENDENT MODE ON ENABLE
208 LD1 / GAPC.5 SPCS001 ST FAN 1 OFF
209 FAN 1 OFF COMMAND IN PROGRESS
210 FAN 1 OFF COMMAND EXECUTED
211 FAN 1 OFF COMMAND FAILURE
212 FAN 1 ON COMMAND IN PROGRESS
213 FAN 1 ON COMMAND EXECUTED
214 FAN 1 ON COMMAND FAILURE
215 FAN 1 OFF COMMAND FROM LOCAL
216 FAN 1 OFF COMMAND FROM HMI
217 FAN 1 OFF COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
218 FAN 1 OFF COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
219 FAN 1 OFF COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
220 FAN 1 ON COMMAND FROM LOCAL
221 FAN 1 ON COMMAND FROM HMI
222 FAN 1 ON COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
223 FAN 1 ON COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
224 FAN 1 ON COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
225 LD1 / CILO.5 EnaOpn ST FAN 1 OFF ENABLE
226 LD1 / CILO.5 EnaCls ST FAN 1 ON ENABLE
227 LD1 / GAPC.5 SPCS002 ST FAN 2 OFF
228 FAN 2 OFF COMMAND IN PROGRESS
229 FAN 2 OFF COMMAND EXECUTED
230 FAN 2 OFF COMMAND FAILURE
231 FAN 2 ON COMMAND IN PROGRESS
232 FAN 2 ON COMMAND EXECUTED
233 FAN 2 ON COMMAND FAILURE
234 FAN 2 OFF COMMAND FROM LOCAL
235 FAN 2 OFF COMMAND FROM HMI
236 FAN 2 OFF COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
237 FAN 2 OFF COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
238 FAN 2 OFF COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
239 FAN 2 ON COMMAND FROM LOCAL
240 FAN 2 ON COMMAND FROM HMI
241 FAN 2 ON COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
242 FAN 2 ON COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
243 FAN 2 ON COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
244 LD1 / CILO.6 EnaOpn ST FAN 2 OFF ENABLE
245 LD1 / CILO.6 EnaCls ST FAN 2 ON ENABLE
246 LD1 / GAPC.1 SPCS002 ST SETPOINT IN REST
247 LOWER SETPOINT COMMAND IN PROGRESS

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248 LOWER SETPOINT COMMAND EXECUTED


249 LOWER SETPOINT COMMAND FAILURE
250 RAISE SETPOINT COMMAND IN PROGRESS
251 RAISE SETPOINT COMMAND EXECUTED
252 RAISE SETPOINT COMMAND FAILURE
253 LOWER SETPOINT COMMAND FROM LOCAL
254 LOWER SETPOINT COMMAND FROM HMI
255 LOWER SETPOINT COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
256 LOWER SETPOINT COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
257 LOWER SETPOINT COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
258 RAISE SETPOINT COMMAND FROM LOCAL
259 RAISE SETPOINT COMMAND FROM HMI
260 RAISE SETPOINT COMMAND FROM TELECOMMAND
261 RAISE SETPOINT COMMAND FROM LOCAL AUTOMATISM
262 RAISE SETPOINT COMMAND FROM AUTOMATISM
263 LD1 / CILO.7 EnaOpn ST LOWER SETPOINT ENABLE
264 LD1 / CILO.7 EnaCls ST RAISE SETPOINT ENABLE
265 LD1 / ATCC.1 BlkMultTap ST SIMULTANEOUS TAP BLOCKING
266 LD1 / ATCC.1 BlkNonTap ST NO TAP BLOCKING
267 LD1 / ATCC.1 BlkLimTap ST LIMIT TAP
268 LD1 / ATCC.1 TapMax ST MAXIMUM TAP
269 LD1 / ATCC.1 TapMin ST MINIMUM TAP
270 LD1 / ATCC.1 TapChg ST TAP
271 LD1 / CALH.1 GrAlm ST GENERAL ALARM
272 LD1 / CALH.1 GrWrn ST GENERAL WARNING
273 LD1 / PHS.PTOV.1 Op ST OVERVOLTAGE TRIP

Figure 19: Signals Dataset

9.1.5. MEASUREMENTS DATASET


Following the measurements configured in the measurement dataset are shown:

Nº ATTRIBUTE DESCRIPTION
0 LD1 / MMXU.1 Vol MX VOLTAGE
1 LD1 / MMXU.1 Amp MX CURRENT
2 LD1 / MMXU.1 Hz MX FREQ
3 LD1 / MMXU.1 TotW MX P
4 LD1 / MMXU.1 TotVAr MX Q
5 LD1 / MMXU.1 TotVA MX S
6 LD1 / ATCC.1 CtlV1 MX MEASURED VOLTAGE
7 LD1 / ATCC.1 CtlV2 MX MEASURED VOLTAGE
8 LD1 / ATCC.1 BndCtrRte MX VOLTAGE SETPOINT

Figure 20: Measurements Dataset

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9.2. Virtual inputs-outputs


First of all both remote ports used for this application must be enabled to manage virtual I/O.
The required signals are going to be sent via Remote Port 2 and received via Remote Port 1. The
relays are going to send always this information but the received information is only going to be
taken into account if GOOSEs quality changes to bad or questionable.

Received signals (digital or analogs) are addressed inside the “control” configuration, but in
order to send signals (digital or analog) it is necessary to adjust the communication settings as
follows:

OUTPUTS (P2) RTV


DESCRIPTION SETTING
(P2) Magnitude 1 RTV #1 REACTIVE POWER
(P2) Magnitude 2 RTV #2 REACTIVE POWER
(P2) Magnitude 3 RTV #3 REACTIVE POWER
(P2) Magnitude 4 RTV #4 REACTIVE POWER
(P2) Magnitude 5 RTV #5 REACTIVE POWER
(P2) Magnitude 6 RTV #1 ANALOGUE SIGNAL
(P2) Magnitude 7 RTV #2 ANALOGUE SIGNAL
(P2) Magnitude 8 RTV #3 ANALOGUE SIGNAL
(P2) Magnitude 9 RTV #4 ANALOGUE SIGNAL
(P2) Magnitude 10 RTV #5 ANALOGUE SIGNAL
(P2) Magnitude 11 RTV #1 TAP VALUE
(P2) Magnitude 12 RTV #2 TAP VALUE
(P2) Magnitude 13 RTV #3 TAP VALUE
(P2) Magnitude 14 RTV #4 TAP VALUE
(P2) Magnitude 15 RTV #5 TAP VALUE
(P2) Magnitude 16 CHECK TRANSF IDENTIFIER

Figure 21: Virtual inputs and outputs

These settings are not saved within CID because standard IEC 61850 does not define a specific
LN for saving them. You can save this settings by using ZIVercomPlus within XML file.

These ones are placed on Settings/Communications/Protocols/Virtual Inputs/Outputs and must


be configured, as just stated, by ZIVercomPlus. Below a screenshot is shown to set these signals:

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Figure 22: Virtual inputs and outputs configuration with ZIVercomPlus

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10. TAPS
This configuration is able to measure the tap position via digital inputs (direct or binary coded
decimal –BCD– codification) or via current transducer. The correct mode must be set by the user
setting “TAP DI/mA (1-0)”.

10.1. Tap measurement via digital inputs


The tap measurement can be direct or in BCD codification. This must be set in “voltage
regulator” settings with ZIVercomPlus or manually through the HMI of the device.

If BCD codification is set, digital inputs from 1 to 7 are used to calculate the tap position. The
maximum number of taps in this case is 40 taps. The active tap is coded as specified in the following
table:

Figure 23: Active tap in BCD codification

If direct codification is set, digital inputs from 1 to 27 are used to calculate the tap position. So
the maximum number of taps in this case is lower than with BCD codification or with current
transducer. The reason is that digital inputs from 28 to 42 (the highest DI for this model) are used for
other functions (please see digital inputs chapter).

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10.2. Tap measurement via current transducer


Three different kind of transducer can be used: 0-5 mA, 0-20mA or 4-20mA. The type of
transducer that is used, has to be selected with the corresponding boolean user settings. Only one
type of transducer can be active: if two or three of them are selected at the same time, the tap will be
invalid and the display of the device will not show the actual tap but ***. In this situation the device
will not work properly. In addition, note that the logic will force the activation of 4 taps (TAP-01 to
TAP-04), so these events will be recorded by the device.

The logic configuration works as follows:

According to the selected type of transducer, the “TRANSDUCER RANGE” parameter is


calculated. The value of this parameter is 5 if 0-5 mA transducer is selected, 20 if 0-20 mA
transducer is selected or 16 if 4-20 mA transducer is selected. There is a setting (Const 4 Offset)
which allows the user to modify, for accuracy issues, the limit based on 4 mA.

Then the “mA PER TAP” parameter is calculated. This parameter is obtained by division from
the “TRANSDUCER RANGE” and the number of taps, and means the range of mA that activates
every tap. This parameter is also named “DB” (deadband).

The upper and lower limits of the range for activation of every tap are defined. The upper limit
is the activation value of the tap plus a half of the DB. The lower limit is the activation value of the
tap minus a half of the DB. So when the transducer current is between the upper limit of a tap and
the upper limit of this tap then the tap is active.

For more details about the current ranges for the activation of the taps according to the type of
current transducer used and the number of taps of the transformer, please see the Annex.

10.3. Settings
The configuration requires the following user settings:

Name Maximum Minimum Step Default


Trans 4-20 1 (Yes) 0 (No) - 1 (Yes)
Trans 0-5 1 (Yes) 0 (No) - 0 (No)
Trans 0-20 1 (Yes) 0 (No) - 0 (No)
Number of taps 40 0 1 40
Tap DI/mA (1-0) 1 (Yes) 0 (No) - 0 (No)
Const 4 Offset 10 0 0.001 4

As long as “Tap DI/mA” takes value 0 (mA), only one of the three first settings must be
selected in order to the device to work properly, otherwise “***” will be shown on the display.

The corresponding settings in the protection part have to be selected accordingly with
ZivercomPlus. Note that you have to configure twice the setting for the number of taps: in protection
settings and in user settings. You can set both with ZIVercomPlus.

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11. PARALLEL TRANSFORMER ENABLING


The assignment of the corresponding paralleled transformers takes into account as the identifier
of the transformers as every circuit breaker status.

11.1. Groups of TRF´s in parallel (GROUPS)


In this logic all transformers working in parallel groups are calculated, according to this
topology:

Figure 24: Power System topology

These are all existing variations:

# BUS SEC 1-2 BUS SEC 2-3 BUS SEC 3-4 BUS SEC 4-5 # GROUPS GROUP NAME
1 0 0 0 0 0 -
2 0 0 0 1 1 4-5
3 0 0 1 0 1 3-4
4 0 0 1 1 1 3-4-5
5 0 1 0 0 1 2-3
6 0 1 0 1 2 2-3 / 4-5
7 0 1 1 0 1 2-3-4
8 0 1 1 1 1 2-3-4-5
9 1 0 0 0 1 1-2
10 1 0 0 1 2 1-2 / 4-5
11 1 0 1 0 2 1-2 / 3-4
12 1 0 1 1 2 1-2 / 3-4-5
13 1 1 0 0 1 1-2-3
14 1 1 0 1 2 1-2-3 / 4-5
15 1 1 1 0 1 1-2-3-4
16 1 1 1 1 1 1-2-3-4-5

Figure 25: Paralleled transformer groups

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11.2. Transformer enabling for working in parallel with others


Once the groups are defined by the bus sectionalizers (1-2, 2-3,…), each RTV needs to be
connected to the Bus bar for being in parallel with the others RTVs. Therefore it is not compulsory
that two RTVs for being working in parallel require another RTVs which are placed between them.
It means, i.e., RTV#1 could be work in parallel only with RTV#5: all Bus sectionalizers should be
closed but not the bay sectionalizers of RTV#2, RTV#3 and RTV#4.

11.3. External blocking or Total block


Due to several causes, one RTV could be blocked. It might be blocked by itself or by means of
another RTV blocking:

11.3.1. Own blockings


A RTV can be blocked by itself if any of the following situations occur:

 There are at least two RTV with the same Transformer Identifier.
 There is a communication failure with at least one of the RTVs involved in the same
parallel group.

11.3.2. Parallel blocking


Only RTVs working in parallel with it are able to block it. Such blockings are:

 One of more RTVs in parallel has another Parallel Mode selected.


 One of more RTVs in parallel is in Manual status.
 Out of step.

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12. MASTER / SLAVE AUTOMATISM


The aim of this part is explaining the behaviour of the Master/Slave automatism developed in
the control configuration part of the RTV. The Master/Slave method is a regulation method that
requires to adapt the control logic configuration of the device, so this logic can be modified to fit
with any new need. It is important to note that the relays, when the control configuration is
uploaded, will always boot in independent mode unless “Auto Master Sel” is set to 1.

12.1. Operation of the automatism


In this configuration, the RTV devices work in single bar bays. Each device receives the
following information by wiring:

• Tap status of the bay


• Status of the sectionalizers

In addition, each device receives the following information by communications:

• Tap status of the other bays


• Reactive power of the other bays
• Trafo identifier of the other bays
• Regulation mode selected in the other bays
• Master status of the other devices
• Master tap raise command
• Master tap lower command

Once one relay goes to master in a group, the rest of relays go to slave and manual status. Just
one RTV can be in master status, so all the relays must be in individual status before one of them
turn its status to Master.

If “Auto Master Sel” is set to 1, an automatic logic should be working as follows:

- All the RTVs involved in the same group in parallel check who has the lowest Transformer
Identifier.
- The RTV with the lowest Transformer Identifier will be the Master, but only after at least
“Check Master” time and if its Tap number matches with the Tap number of the rest of
RTVs.
- As long as RTV with the lowest Transformer Identifier starts working in parallel with others,
will be blocked by itself at least during the stated time, so the following RTV (the second
lowest identifier) will be the Master during this time.

If “Auto Master Sel” is set to 0, the only way to select the Master is by command. This
command can be given using the front panel buttons (in local status) or by communications (in
remote status).

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12.2. Tap Balance

Each RTV has developed a logic called “Tap Balance” which works as follows: Each slave
compares its tap with the one the master is sending by communications. If the difference is greater
than the offset (TAPs = TAPm +- “Offset Tap Balance”), the slave will reach the Master’s tap by
giving tap up or tap down commands. This offset is a user setting (by default 0 taps) so that if the
setting is placed in cero, we ensure that all the RTVs will be in the same tap position, or it can be
placed in any value (from 0 to 39) so that the RTVs will be able to work in parallel with that offset
in their tap positions.

When the Master (in automatic or manual mode) gives a tap up or tap down command, all the
slaves will follow it.

12.3. Blockings
• Any local command (given by the push buttons) will be blocked when the relay is in remote
status. In the same way, all the remote commands will be blocked when the relay is in local
status.
• Switch to Master status command will be blocked when:
 There is already a master in the group
 The reactive current compensation method is enabled
• Tap manual commands will be blocked when
 The bay is in automatic mode
 The bay is in slave mode
 There exist any internal blocking (maximum/minimum tap reached, invalid tap, etc.)
• Tap Balance blockings:
 There is not a Master
 Not Slave status
 Any internal blocking

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13. CIRCULATING CURRENT AUTOMATISM


This voltage regulation method calculates the reactive circulating current in order to adjust the
tap position of the bays to minimize this current. The internal logic of the relays requires to know the
paralleled status of the transformers and the reactive power flowing through them. The aim of the
developed logic is to provide the relay with this information.

13.1. Q assignment
The assignment of the corresponding reactive power from the paralleled transformers takes into
account the identifier of the transformers.

Each regulator will exchange the measurement of their own Reactive Power, such that each
relay will receive a maximum of 5 magnitudes the so called Qxm. In this way, taking into account
that all transformers in parallel must be at the same voltage, the circulating Current will be
calculated through the below formula:

Figure 26: Circulating Current formula

Ntrf: is the number of transformers operating in parallel, calculated by the RTV as a function of
the number of active signals EXIST_TRF_PARAL_X.
I1m: current through T1, measured by the regulator (I_Local)
L: phase angle between I1m and voltage

13.2. Blockings
If any of the following cases occur, the Circulating Current method will be stopped:

 One of more RTVs in parallel has another Parallel Mode selected.


 One of more RTVs in parallel is in Manual status.
 There are at least two RTV with the same Transformer Identifier.
 Out of step blocking is active.
 There is a communication failure with at least one of the RTVs involved in the same
parallel group.
 If one RTV which is working in parallel with, gives a Tap Command, is also blocking
any tap command in the others RTVs in parallel during “Block CMD Delay” time.*

*NOTE: For only VIO communications these blocking signals are sent as Digital Signals. In
this case Analogue signal is too slow to fulfill blocking requirements.

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14. OUT OF STEP


The “out of step function” is not a functionality provided by the default firmware of the RTV.
This feature must be designed in the logic control module. It is usual to drop on an output once the
RTV notes the TAPs between at least two transformers are different.

ZIV offers two ways to detect that there is a difference of TAP value between two or more
transformers in parallel.

• Through comparison of Tap status between the RTV and the other ones involved.
• Through Circulating Current flowing between the transformers involved.

The value of TAP difference from which RTV must trigger an alarm depends on the client
criteria.

14.1. Out of step calculation by tap difference


This option requires to share the tap measurement of the RTVs by communications (GOOSE
messages or Virtual Inputs/Outputs) and to develop a logic in the RTV comparing the tap value of
each RTV with its tap value. Those TAP measurements are received in BCD format (Binary coded
decimal).

Due to RTV uses signals provided by other equipments through GOOSE messages or Virtual
I/O, this feature will not be available until the incoming validities take good quality.

The RTV is able to generate up to 5 alarm signals, one per transformer, but it can bring all those
alarms in only one using an OR logic gate. So, the equipment can provide only one signal of alarm:
“OUT OF STEP BY TAP STATUS”.

The developed logic is shown in next page. The RTV compares its TAP with the value of the
TAP of each RTV which is working in parallel with. There is a setting, “Maximum offset”, which
determinates how many TAPs are considered within the limit. If the difference is greater than this
limit, RTV actives the alarm.

The setting has the following parameters:

Name Maximum Minimum Step Default


Maximum offset 5 0 1 2

It means, with default settings, the maximum difference between TAP should be less than 2
units.

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Figure 27: Out of step by tap status (Logic diagrams)

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14.2. Out of step calculation by circulating current


The RTV can also note a TAP difference between transformers through the Circulating Current
value which is flowing within the paralleled transformers. The circulating current is already
calculated by RTV for its Circulating Current method. The RTV gets Q power from the other ones
by communications (GOOSE messages or Virtuals I/O). It substracts from its Q the Q received and
divides this result by the voltage measured, the VT ratio and the three-phasic factor, obtaining the
virtual circulating current between each transformer and itself.

Figure 28: Circulating currents calculation (Logic diagrams)

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Figure 29: Out of step by circulating currents (Logic diagrams)

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Once the RTV knows those currents, compares these values to a reference (CC for 1Tap diff).
This reference is the value (provided by the manufacturer) of the circulating current flowing due to
one TAP difference between two transformers. This value as well as the CT Ratio, Out of step Time
and Maximum offset are settings which could be modified by user:

Name Maximum Minimum Step Default


Maximum offset 5.000 0.000 1.000 2.000
CC for 1Tap diff 7.000 0.000 0.001 0.130
CT Ratio 3000.000 1.000 1.000 1.000
Out of step time 15.000 0.000 0.001 2.000

Out of step alarm activation is delayed by Out of Step Time (not represented in the logic
diagram figure) in order to prevent false alarms during unestablished transitories.

As happens with the calculation of the Out of Step by Tap Status, the RTV is able to generate up
to 5 alarm signals, one per transformer, but it can bring all those alarms in only one using an OR
logic gate. So, the equipment can provide only one signal of alarm: “OUT OF STEP BY
CIRCULATING CURRENT”. On the other hand, this way will work only if signals provided by
other equipments through GOOSE messages or Virtual I/O are received with good quality.

Both methods can be used at the same time.

14.2.1. Example for calculation of the CC for 1 tap difference

According to page 13 of the paper “ZIV_WPRC2013 ANALYSIS OF OLTC OF PARALLEL


TRANSFORMERS”:

Figure 30: Example for calculation of the CC for 1 tap difference

If we guess that the unknown value is 2% (e.g.) you can calculate an average of this value for
the three transformers:

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V per tap= 0.02% * (13.8kV / sqrt(3)) = 159.348 V


Zt1 = 0.2518 * (13.8 * 10^3)2 / 60*10^6 = j0.799 Ohm
Zt2 = 0.25 * (13.8 * 10^3)2 / 60*10^6 = j0.793 Ohm
Zt3 = 0.2544 * (13.8 * 10^3)2 / 60*10^6 = j0.807 Ohm

a) One step difference between Trf #1 and Trf #2

Icc(1-2)= Dif(V) / Zloop(1-2) = 159.348 / (j0.799+j0.793) = -j100.092 A

b)One step difference between Trf #1 and Trf #3

Icc(1-3)= Dif(V) / Zloop(1-3) = 159.348 / (j0.799+j0.807) = -j99.22 A

c) One step difference between Trf #1 and Trf #3

Icc(2-3)= Dif(V) / Zloop(2-3) = 159.348 / (j0. 793+j0.807) = -j99.59 A

If we calculate an average of the three above results:

Icc = (-j100.092 – j99.22 – j99.59)/3 = -j99.91 A (related to the primary side)

Then the CC for 1 TAP difference setting must be 0.199 (99.91 * (5 / 2510))

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15. OTHER LOGICS

15.1. Transformer Identifier


The relays require to determine if the assignment of the setting “Transformer identifier” for the
devices is incorrect in order to reach a blocking situation in that case. For example, if the identifier
of one of the paralleled devices is 0, or if two of the devices have the same identifier, all of them
must be blocked. The only way to achieve this aim is by communicating the identifier to the rest of
relays.

This identifier is communicated in the corresponding ANALOGUE SIGNAL RTV #X. The
identifiers of the two previous devices are communicated as well but in the CHECK TRF
IDENTIFIER analogue signal. This is done in order to the receiver to be able to compare its own
identifier with the identifier of the two previous devices, and it is necessary to avoid some problems
when there are only two paralleled transformers in the substation. Three additional signals are
communicated in the CHECK TRF IDENTIFIER analogue signal: internal blocking, external
blocking and blocking of the blocking. These three signals are necessary for the correct unblocking
of the devices when the incorrect identifier is changed to the correct one.

15.2. Fans
Commands for two different fans can be given from the relay (local commands from the front
buttons or remote commands via communications). These commands will activate digital outputs 15
and 16 (fan 1) or 17 and 18 (fan 2). The status of these fans has to be wired to digital inputs 35 and
36 (fan 1) or 37 and 38 (fan 2).

15.3. Voltage Set-point control


There are some internal logics which manage voltage set-point control. RTV provides to the
user several ways to set this value such as:

 MMS communication (IEC 61850)


 Local HMI commands
 Digital Input

By default this feature is disabled and it will imply logic changes if activation is required.

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16. ANNEX: CURRENT TRANSDUCER VALUES FOR TAP ACTIVATION

6 TAPS 7 TAPS 8 TAPS 9 TAPS 10 TAPS 11 TAPS 12 TAPS


0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20
mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA
TAP
1 0,833 3,333 6,667 0,714 2,857 6,286 0,625 2,500 6,000 0,556 2,222 5,778 0,500 2,000 5,600 0,455 1,818 5,455 0,417 1,667 5,333
2 1,667 6,667 9,333 1,429 5,714 8,571 1,250 5,000 8,000 1,111 4,444 7,556 1,000 4,000 7,200 0,909 3,636 6,909 0,833 3,333 6,667
3 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,143 8,571 10,857 1,875 7,500 10,000 1,667 6,667 9,333 1,500 6,000 8,800 1,364 5,455 8,364 1,250 5,000 8,000
4 3,333 13,333 14,667 2,857 11,429 13,143 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,222 8,889 11,111 2,000 8,000 10,400 1,818 7,273 9,818 1,667 6,667 9,333
5 4,167 16,667 17,333 3,571 14,286 15,429 3,125 12,500 14,000 2,778 11,111 12,889 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,273 9,091 11,273 2,083 8,333 10,667
6 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,286 17,143 17,714 3,750 15,000 16,000 3,333 13,333 14,667 3,000 12,000 13,600 2,727 10,909 12,727 2,500 10,000 12,000
7 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,375 17,500 18,000 3,889 15,556 16,444 3,500 14,000 15,200 3,182 12,727 14,182 2,917 11,667 13,333
8 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,444 17,778 18,222 4,000 16,000 16,800 3,636 14,545 15,636 3,333 13,333 14,667
9 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,500 18,000 18,400 4,091 16,364 17,091 3,750 15,000 16,000
10 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,545 18,182 18,545 4,167 16,667 17,333
11 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,583 18,333 18,667
12 5,000 20,000 20,000

Figure 31: Maximum current for tap activation from 6 to 12 taps

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13 TAPS 14 TAPS 15 TAPS 16 TAPS 17 TAPS 18 TAPS 19 TAPS


0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20
mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA
TAP
1 0,385 1,538 5,231 0,357 1,429 5,143 0,333 1,333 5,067 0,313 1,250 5,000 0,294 1,176 4,941 0,278 1,111 4,889 0,263 1,053 4,842
2 0,769 3,077 6,462 0,714 2,857 6,286 0,667 2,667 6,133 0,625 2,500 6,000 0,588 2,353 5,882 0,556 2,222 5,778 0,526 2,105 5,684
3 1,154 4,615 7,692 1,071 4,286 7,429 1,000 4,000 7,200 0,938 3,750 7,000 0,882 3,529 6,824 0,833 3,333 6,667 0,789 3,158 6,526
4 1,538 6,154 8,923 1,429 5,714 8,571 1,333 5,333 8,267 1,250 5,000 8,000 1,176 4,706 7,765 1,111 4,444 7,556 1,053 4,211 7,368
5 1,923 7,692 10,154 1,786 7,143 9,714 1,667 6,667 9,333 1,563 6,250 9,000 1,471 5,882 8,706 1,389 5,556 8,444 1,316 5,263 8,211
6 2,308 9,231 11,385 2,143 8,571 10,857 2,000 8,000 10,400 1,875 7,500 10,000 1,765 7,059 9,647 1,667 6,667 9,333 1,579 6,316 9,053
7 2,692 10,769 12,615 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,333 9,333 11,467 2,188 8,750 11,000 2,059 8,235 10,588 1,944 7,778 10,222 1,842 7,368 9,895
8 3,077 12,308 13,846 2,857 11,429 13,143 2,667 10,667 12,533 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,353 9,412 11,529 2,222 8,889 11,111 2,105 8,421 10,737
9 3,462 13,846 15,077 3,214 12,857 14,286 3,000 12,000 13,600 2,813 11,250 13,000 2,647 10,588 12,471 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,368 9,474 11,579
10 3,846 15,385 16,308 3,571 14,286 15,429 3,333 13,333 14,667 3,125 12,500 14,000 2,941 11,765 13,412 2,778 11,111 12,889 2,632 10,526 12,421
11 4,231 16,923 17,538 3,929 15,714 16,571 3,667 14,667 15,733 3,438 13,750 15,000 3,235 12,941 14,353 3,056 12,222 13,778 2,895 11,579 13,263
12 4,615 18,462 18,769 4,286 17,143 17,714 4,000 16,000 16,800 3,750 15,000 16,000 3,529 14,118 15,294 3,333 13,333 14,667 3,158 12,632 14,105
13 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,643 18,571 18,857 4,333 17,333 17,867 4,063 16,250 17,000 3,824 15,294 16,235 3,611 14,444 15,556 3,421 13,684 14,947
14 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,667 18,667 18,933 4,375 17,500 18,000 4,118 16,471 17,176 3,889 15,556 16,444 3,684 14,737 15,789
15 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,688 18,750 19,000 4,412 17,647 18,118 4,167 16,667 17,333 3,947 15,789 16,632
16 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,706 18,824 19,059 4,444 17,778 18,222 4,211 16,842 17,474
17 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,722 18,889 19,111 4,474 17,895 18,316
18 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,737 18,947 19,158
19 5,000 20,000 20,000

Figure 32: Maximum current for tap activation from 13 to 19 taps

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20 TAPS 21 TAPS 22 TAPS 23 TAPS 24 TAPS 25 TAPS 26 TAPS


0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20
mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA
TAP
1 0,250 1,000 4,800 0,238 0,952 4,762 0,227 0,909 4,727 0,217 0,870 4,696 0,208 0,833 4,667 0,200 0,800 4,640 0,192 0,769 4,615
2 0,500 2,000 5,600 0,476 1,905 5,524 0,455 1,818 5,455 0,435 1,739 5,391 0,417 1,667 5,333 0,400 1,600 5,280 0,385 1,538 5,231
3 0,750 3,000 6,400 0,714 2,857 6,286 0,682 2,727 6,182 0,652 2,609 6,087 0,625 2,500 6,000 0,600 2,400 5,920 0,577 2,308 5,846
4 1,000 4,000 7,200 0,952 3,810 7,048 0,909 3,636 6,909 0,870 3,478 6,783 0,833 3,333 6,667 0,800 3,200 6,560 0,769 3,077 6,462
5 1,250 5,000 8,000 1,190 4,762 7,810 1,136 4,545 7,636 1,087 4,348 7,478 1,042 4,167 7,333 1,000 4,000 7,200 0,962 3,846 7,077
6 1,500 6,000 8,800 1,429 5,714 8,571 1,364 5,455 8,364 1,304 5,217 8,174 1,250 5,000 8,000 1,200 4,800 7,840 1,154 4,615 7,692
7 1,750 7,000 9,600 1,667 6,667 9,333 1,591 6,364 9,091 1,522 6,087 8,870 1,458 5,833 8,667 1,400 5,600 8,480 1,346 5,385 8,308
8 2,000 8,000 10,400 1,905 7,619 10,095 1,818 7,273 9,818 1,739 6,957 9,565 1,667 6,667 9,333 1,600 6,400 9,120 1,538 6,154 8,923
9 2,250 9,000 11,200 2,143 8,571 10,857 2,045 8,182 10,545 1,957 7,826 10,261 1,875 7,500 10,000 1,800 7,200 9,760 1,731 6,923 9,538
10 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,381 9,524 11,619 2,273 9,091 11,273 2,174 8,696 10,957 2,083 8,333 10,667 2,000 8,000 10,400 1,923 7,692 10,154
11 2,750 11,000 12,800 2,619 10,476 12,381 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,391 9,565 11,652 2,292 9,167 11,333 2,200 8,800 11,040 2,115 8,462 10,769
12 3,000 12,000 13,600 2,857 11,429 13,143 2,727 10,909 12,727 2,609 10,435 12,348 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,400 9,600 11,680 2,308 9,231 11,385
13 3,250 13,000 14,400 3,095 12,381 13,905 2,955 11,818 13,455 2,826 11,304 13,043 2,708 10,833 12,667 2,600 10,400 12,320 2,500 10,000 12,000
14 3,500 14,000 15,200 3,333 13,333 14,667 3,182 12,727 14,182 3,043 12,174 13,739 2,917 11,667 13,333 2,800 11,200 12,960 2,692 10,769 12,615
15 3,750 15,000 16,000 3,571 14,286 15,429 3,409 13,636 14,909 3,261 13,043 14,435 3,125 12,500 14,000 3,000 12,000 13,600 2,885 11,538 13,231
16 4,000 16,000 16,800 3,810 15,238 16,190 3,636 14,545 15,636 3,478 13,913 15,130 3,333 13,333 14,667 3,200 12,800 14,240 3,077 12,308 13,846
17 4,250 17,000 17,600 4,048 16,190 16,952 3,864 15,455 16,364 3,696 14,783 15,826 3,542 14,167 15,333 3,400 13,600 14,880 3,269 13,077 14,462
18 4,500 18,000 18,400 4,286 17,143 17,714 4,091 16,364 17,091 3,913 15,652 16,522 3,750 15,000 16,000 3,600 14,400 15,520 3,462 13,846 15,077
19 4,750 19,000 19,200 4,524 18,095 18,476 4,318 17,273 17,818 4,130 16,522 17,217 3,958 15,833 16,667 3,800 15,200 16,160 3,654 14,615 15,692
20 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,762 19,048 19,238 4,545 18,182 18,545 4,348 17,391 17,913 4,167 16,667 17,333 4,000 16,000 16,800 3,846 15,385 16,308

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21 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,773 19,091 19,273 4,565 18,261 18,609 4,375 17,500 18,000 4,200 16,800 17,440 4,038 16,154 16,923
22 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,783 19,130 19,304 4,583 18,333 18,667 4,400 17,600 18,080 4,231 16,923 17,538
23 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,792 19,167 19,333 4,600 18,400 18,720 4,423 17,692 18,154
24 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,800 19,200 19,360 4,615 18,462 18,769
25 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,808 19,231 19,385
26 5,000 20,000 20,000

Figure 33: Maximum current for tap activation from 20 to 26 taps

27 TAPS 28 TAPS 29 TAPS 30 TAPS 31 TAPS 32 TAPS 33 TAPS


0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20
mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA
TAP
1 0,185 0,741 4,593 0,179 0,714 4,571 0,172 0,690 4,552 0,167 0,667 4,533 0,161 0,645 4,516 0,156 0,625 4,500 0,152 0,606 4,485
2 0,370 1,481 5,185 0,357 1,429 5,143 0,345 1,379 5,103 0,333 1,333 5,067 0,323 1,290 5,032 0,313 1,250 5,000 0,303 1,212 4,970
3 0,556 2,222 5,778 0,536 2,143 5,714 0,517 2,069 5,655 0,500 2,000 5,600 0,484 1,935 5,548 0,469 1,875 5,500 0,455 1,818 5,455
4 0,741 2,963 6,370 0,714 2,857 6,286 0,690 2,759 6,207 0,667 2,667 6,133 0,645 2,581 6,065 0,625 2,500 6,000 0,606 2,424 5,939
5 0,926 3,704 6,963 0,893 3,571 6,857 0,862 3,448 6,759 0,833 3,333 6,667 0,806 3,226 6,581 0,781 3,125 6,500 0,758 3,030 6,424
6 1,111 4,444 7,556 1,071 4,286 7,429 1,034 4,138 7,310 1,000 4,000 7,200 0,968 3,871 7,097 0,938 3,750 7,000 0,909 3,636 6,909
7 1,296 5,185 8,148 1,250 5,000 8,000 1,207 4,828 7,862 1,167 4,667 7,733 1,129 4,516 7,613 1,094 4,375 7,500 1,061 4,242 7,394
8 1,481 5,926 8,741 1,429 5,714 8,571 1,379 5,517 8,414 1,333 5,333 8,267 1,290 5,161 8,129 1,250 5,000 8,000 1,212 4,848 7,879
9 1,667 6,667 9,333 1,607 6,429 9,143 1,552 6,207 8,966 1,500 6,000 8,800 1,452 5,806 8,645 1,406 5,625 8,500 1,364 5,455 8,364
10 1,852 7,407 9,926 1,786 7,143 9,714 1,724 6,897 9,517 1,667 6,667 9,333 1,613 6,452 9,161 1,563 6,250 9,000 1,515 6,061 8,848
11 2,037 8,148 10,519 1,964 7,857 10,286 1,897 7,586 10,069 1,833 7,333 9,867 1,774 7,097 9,677 1,719 6,875 9,500 1,667 6,667 9,333
12 2,222 8,889 11,111 2,143 8,571 10,857 2,069 8,276 10,621 2,000 8,000 10,400 1,935 7,742 10,194 1,875 7,500 10,000 1,818 7,273 9,818

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13 2,407 9,630 11,704 2,321 9,286 11,429 2,241 8,966 11,172 2,167 8,667 10,933 2,097 8,387 10,710 2,031 8,125 10,500 1,970 7,879 10,303
14 2,593 10,370 12,296 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,414 9,655 11,724 2,333 9,333 11,467 2,258 9,032 11,226 2,188 8,750 11,000 2,121 8,485 10,788
15 2,778 11,111 12,889 2,679 10,714 12,571 2,586 10,345 12,276 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,419 9,677 11,742 2,344 9,375 11,500 2,273 9,091 11,273
16 2,963 11,852 13,481 2,857 11,429 13,143 2,759 11,034 12,828 2,667 10,667 12,533 2,581 10,323 12,258 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,424 9,697 11,758
17 3,148 12,593 14,074 3,036 12,143 13,714 2,931 11,724 13,379 2,833 11,333 13,067 2,742 10,968 12,774 2,656 10,625 12,500 2,576 10,303 12,242
18 3,333 13,333 14,667 3,214 12,857 14,286 3,103 12,414 13,931 3,000 12,000 13,600 2,903 11,613 13,290 2,813 11,250 13,000 2,727 10,909 12,727
19 3,519 14,074 15,259 3,393 13,571 14,857 3,276 13,103 14,483 3,167 12,667 14,133 3,065 12,258 13,806 2,969 11,875 13,500 2,879 11,515 13,212
20 3,704 14,815 15,852 3,571 14,286 15,429 3,448 13,793 15,034 3,333 13,333 14,667 3,226 12,903 14,323 3,125 12,500 14,000 3,030 12,121 13,697
21 3,889 15,556 16,444 3,750 15,000 16,000 3,621 14,483 15,586 3,500 14,000 15,200 3,387 13,548 14,839 3,281 13,125 14,500 3,182 12,727 14,182
22 4,074 16,296 17,037 3,929 15,714 16,571 3,793 15,172 16,138 3,667 14,667 15,733 3,548 14,194 15,355 3,438 13,750 15,000 3,333 13,333 14,667
23 4,259 17,037 17,630 4,107 16,429 17,143 3,966 15,862 16,690 3,833 15,333 16,267 3,710 14,839 15,871 3,594 14,375 15,500 3,485 13,939 15,152
24 4,444 17,778 18,222 4,286 17,143 17,714 4,138 16,552 17,241 4,000 16,000 16,800 3,871 15,484 16,387 3,750 15,000 16,000 3,636 14,545 15,636
25 4,630 18,519 18,815 4,464 17,857 18,286 4,310 17,241 17,793 4,167 16,667 17,333 4,032 16,129 16,903 3,906 15,625 16,500 3,788 15,152 16,121
26 4,815 19,259 19,407 4,643 18,571 18,857 4,483 17,931 18,345 4,333 17,333 17,867 4,194 16,774 17,419 4,063 16,250 17,000 3,939 15,758 16,606
27 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,821 19,286 19,429 4,655 18,621 18,897 4,500 18,000 18,400 4,355 17,419 17,935 4,219 16,875 17,500 4,091 16,364 17,091
28 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,828 19,310 19,448 4,667 18,667 18,933 4,516 18,065 18,452 4,375 17,500 18,000 4,242 16,970 17,576
29 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,833 19,333 19,467 4,677 18,710 18,968 4,531 18,125 18,500 4,394 17,576 18,061
30 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,839 19,355 19,484 4,688 18,750 19,000 4,545 18,182 18,545
31 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,844 19,375 19,500 4,697 18,788 19,030
32 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,848 19,394 19,515
33 5,000 20,000 20,000

Figure 34: Maximum current for tap activation from 27 to 33 taps

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34 TAPS 35 TAPS 36 TAPS 37 TAPS 38 TAPS 39 TAPS 40 TAPS


0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20 0-5 0-20 4-20
mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA
TAP
1 0,147 0,588 4,471 0,143 0,571 4,457 0,139 0,556 4,444 0,135 0,541 4,432 0,132 0,526 4,421 0,128 0,513 4,410 0,125 0,500 4,400
2 0,294 1,176 4,941 0,286 1,143 4,914 0,278 1,111 4,889 0,270 1,081 4,865 0,263 1,053 4,842 0,256 1,026 4,821 0,250 1,000 4,800
3 0,441 1,765 5,412 0,429 1,714 5,371 0,417 1,667 5,333 0,405 1,622 5,297 0,395 1,579 5,263 0,385 1,538 5,231 0,375 1,500 5,200
4 0,588 2,353 5,882 0,571 2,286 5,829 0,556 2,222 5,778 0,541 2,162 5,730 0,526 2,105 5,684 0,513 2,051 5,641 0,500 2,000 5,600
5 0,735 2,941 6,353 0,714 2,857 6,286 0,694 2,778 6,222 0,676 2,703 6,162 0,658 2,632 6,105 0,641 2,564 6,051 0,625 2,500 6,000
6 0,882 3,529 6,824 0,857 3,429 6,743 0,833 3,333 6,667 0,811 3,243 6,595 0,789 3,158 6,526 0,769 3,077 6,462 0,750 3,000 6,400
7 1,029 4,118 7,294 1,000 4,000 7,200 0,972 3,889 7,111 0,946 3,784 7,027 0,921 3,684 6,947 0,897 3,590 6,872 0,875 3,500 6,800
8 1,176 4,706 7,765 1,143 4,571 7,657 1,111 4,444 7,556 1,081 4,324 7,459 1,053 4,211 7,368 1,026 4,103 7,282 1,000 4,000 7,200
9 1,324 5,294 8,235 1,286 5,143 8,114 1,250 5,000 8,000 1,216 4,865 7,892 1,184 4,737 7,789 1,154 4,615 7,692 1,125 4,500 7,600
10 1,471 5,882 8,706 1,429 5,714 8,571 1,389 5,556 8,444 1,351 5,405 8,324 1,316 5,263 8,211 1,282 5,128 8,103 1,250 5,000 8,000
11 1,618 6,471 9,176 1,571 6,286 9,029 1,528 6,111 8,889 1,486 5,946 8,757 1,447 5,789 8,632 1,410 5,641 8,513 1,375 5,500 8,400
12 1,765 7,059 9,647 1,714 6,857 9,486 1,667 6,667 9,333 1,622 6,486 9,189 1,579 6,316 9,053 1,538 6,154 8,923 1,500 6,000 8,800
13 1,912 7,647 10,118 1,857 7,429 9,943 1,806 7,222 9,778 1,757 7,027 9,622 1,711 6,842 9,474 1,667 6,667 9,333 1,625 6,500 9,200
14 2,059 8,235 10,588 2,000 8,000 10,400 1,944 7,778 10,222 1,892 7,568 10,054 1,842 7,368 9,895 1,795 7,179 9,744 1,750 7,000 9,600
15 2,206 8,824 11,059 2,143 8,571 10,857 2,083 8,333 10,667 2,027 8,108 10,486 1,974 7,895 10,316 1,923 7,692 10,154 1,875 7,500 10,000
16 2,353 9,412 11,529 2,286 9,143 11,314 2,222 8,889 11,111 2,162 8,649 10,919 2,105 8,421 10,737 2,051 8,205 10,564 2,000 8,000 10,400
17 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,429 9,714 11,771 2,361 9,444 11,556 2,297 9,189 11,351 2,237 8,947 11,158 2,179 8,718 10,974 2,125 8,500 10,800
18 2,647 10,588 12,471 2,571 10,286 12,229 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,432 9,730 11,784 2,368 9,474 11,579 2,308 9,231 11,385 2,250 9,000 11,200
19 2,794 11,176 12,941 2,714 10,857 12,686 2,639 10,556 12,444 2,568 10,270 12,216 2,500 10,000 12,000 2,436 9,744 11,795 2,375 9,500 11,600

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20 2,941 11,765 13,412 2,857 11,429 13,143 2,778 11,111 12,889 2,703 10,811 12,649 2,632 10,526 12,421 2,564 10,256 12,205 2,500 10,000 12,000
21 3,088 12,353 13,882 3,000 12,000 13,600 2,917 11,667 13,333 2,838 11,351 13,081 2,763 11,053 12,842 2,692 10,769 12,615 2,625 10,500 12,400
22 3,235 12,941 14,353 3,143 12,571 14,057 3,056 12,222 13,778 2,973 11,892 13,514 2,895 11,579 13,263 2,821 11,282 13,026 2,750 11,000 12,800
23 3,382 13,529 14,824 3,286 13,143 14,514 3,194 12,778 14,222 3,108 12,432 13,946 3,026 12,105 13,684 2,949 11,795 13,436 2,875 11,500 13,200
24 3,529 14,118 15,294 3,429 13,714 14,971 3,333 13,333 14,667 3,243 12,973 14,378 3,158 12,632 14,105 3,077 12,308 13,846 3,000 12,000 13,600
25 3,676 14,706 15,765 3,571 14,286 15,429 3,472 13,889 15,111 3,378 13,514 14,811 3,289 13,158 14,526 3,205 12,821 14,256 3,125 12,500 14,000
26 3,824 15,294 16,235 3,714 14,857 15,886 3,611 14,444 15,556 3,514 14,054 15,243 3,421 13,684 14,947 3,333 13,333 14,667 3,250 13,000 14,400
27 3,971 15,882 16,706 3,857 15,429 16,343 3,750 15,000 16,000 3,649 14,595 15,676 3,553 14,211 15,368 3,462 13,846 15,077 3,375 13,500 14,800
28 4,118 16,471 17,176 4,000 16,000 16,800 3,889 15,556 16,444 3,784 15,135 16,108 3,684 14,737 15,789 3,590 14,359 15,487 3,500 14,000 15,200
29 4,265 17,059 17,647 4,143 16,571 17,257 4,028 16,111 16,889 3,919 15,676 16,541 3,816 15,263 16,211 3,718 14,872 15,897 3,625 14,500 15,600
30 4,412 17,647 18,118 4,286 17,143 17,714 4,167 16,667 17,333 4,054 16,216 16,973 3,947 15,789 16,632 3,846 15,385 16,308 3,750 15,000 16,000
31 4,559 18,235 18,588 4,429 17,714 18,171 4,306 17,222 17,778 4,189 16,757 17,405 4,079 16,316 17,053 3,974 15,897 16,718 3,875 15,500 16,400
32 4,706 18,824 19,059 4,571 18,286 18,629 4,444 17,778 18,222 4,324 17,297 17,838 4,211 16,842 17,474 4,103 16,410 17,128 4,000 16,000 16,800
33 4,853 19,412 19,529 4,714 18,857 19,086 4,583 18,333 18,667 4,459 17,838 18,270 4,342 17,368 17,895 4,231 16,923 17,538 4,125 16,500 17,200
34 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,857 19,429 19,543 4,722 18,889 19,111 4,595 18,378 18,703 4,474 17,895 18,316 4,359 17,436 17,949 4,250 17,000 17,600
35 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,861 19,444 19,556 4,730 18,919 19,135 4,605 18,421 18,737 4,487 17,949 18,359 4,375 17,500 18,000
36 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,865 19,459 19,568 4,737 18,947 19,158 4,615 18,462 18,769 4,500 18,000 18,400
37 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,868 19,474 19,579 4,744 18,974 19,179 4,625 18,500 18,800
38 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,872 19,487 19,590 4,750 19,000 19,200
39 5,000 20,000 20,000 4,875 19,500 19,600

40 5,000 20,000 20,000

Figure 35: Maximum current for tap activation from 34 to 40 taps

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GENERIC CONFIGURATION CFG04000016-00.DOC

CONTROL SPECIFICATION
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17. FIGURE INDEX


Figure 1: Power system topology................................................................................................... 5
Figure 2: Communication topology (IEC and VIO) for five paralleled power transformers ........ 6
Figure 3: Digital Inputs ................................................................................................................ 10
Figure 4: Digital Outputs ............................................................................................................. 10
Figure 5: Leds .............................................................................................................................. 10
Figure 6: Push Buttons ................................................................................................................. 12
Figure 7: Labels............................................................................................................................ 12
Figure 8: Interlocking Matrix (I) .................................................................................................. 13
Figure 9: Interlocking Matrix (II) ................................................................................................ 13
Figure 10: IEDName configuration ............................................................................................. 19
Figure 11: IP address configuration ............................................................................................. 19
Figure 12: appID configuration (gcb01) ...................................................................................... 20
Figure 13: Example of application for 5 paralleled transformers ................................................ 21
Figure 14: Example for GIGGIO InRef1 and InRef2 configuration............................................ 21
Figure 15: GOOSE Inref configuration (I) .................................................................................. 22
Figure 16: GOOSE Inref configuration (II) ................................................................................. 22
Figure 17: GOOSE Control Block parameters ............................................................................ 23
Figure 18: GOOSE Dataset .......................................................................................................... 24
Figure 19: Signals Dataset ........................................................................................................... 29
Figure 20: Measurements Dataset ................................................................................................ 29
Figure 21: Virtual inputs and outputs .......................................................................................... 30
Figure 22: Virtual inputs and outputs configuration with ZIVercomPlus ................................... 31
Figure 23: Active tap in BCD codification .................................................................................. 32
Figure 24: Power System topology .............................................................................................. 34
Figure 25: Paralleled transformer groups ..................................................................................... 34
Figure 26: Circulating Current formula ....................................................................................... 38
Figure 27: Out of step by tap status (Logic diagrams) ................................................................. 40
Figure 28: Circulating currents calculation (Logic diagrams) ..................................................... 41
Figure 29: Out of step by circulating currents (Logic diagrams) ................................................. 42
Figure 30: Example for calculation of the CC for 1 tap difference ............................................. 43
Figure 31: Maximum current for tap activation from 6 to 12 taps............................................... 46
Figure 32: Maximum current for tap activation from 13 to 19 taps............................................. 47
Figure 33: Maximum current for tap activation from 20 to 26 taps............................................. 49
Figure 34: Maximum current for tap activation from 27 to 33 taps............................................. 50
Figure 35: Maximum current for tap activation from 34 to 40 taps............................................. 52

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