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GRZ100

„ Command protection signalling for tripping during a


FEATURES power swing.
„ Fully numerical distance protection relay „ Command protection for 2- or 3-terminal applications.
„ High speed operation typically 20ms „ Phase-segregated transfer trip (intertripping).
„ Time-stepped distance protection with four forward „ Transmission of binary signals for user-configurable
zones, two reverse zones, and one non-directional applications.
zone „ Transmission of measured values to be displayed at
„ Zone 1 extension protection the remote terminals.
„ Command protection distance schemes (PUP, POP, „ Synchronisation of the clocks at the various terminals.
BOP and UOP with week infeed and current reversal „ Enhanced fault-location accuracy by use of remote- end
logic) data in the case of 3-terminal applications.
„ Command protection DEF schemes (POP, BOP and „ Continuous monitoring of the communication channels,
UOP) with capability to provide dual-redundant channels in
„ Single- and/or three-phase trip the case of a 2-ended system, and automatic
„ High-resistance earth fault protection re-routing of signals in the event of a communi-
cation channel failure in a 3-ended system.
„ Overcurrent backup protection
„ Thermal overload protection APPLICATION
„ Overvoltage and undervoltage protection
GRZ100 is a full-scheme high-speed numerical distance
„ Switch-on-to-fault (SOTF) and stub protection relay for application to transmission lines in solidly earthed
„ Broken conductor detection networks.
„ Breaker failure protection
GRZ100 provides the following protection schemes.
„ Out-of-step trip protection
„ Time-stepped distance protection
„ Power swing blocking
„ Zone 1 extension protection
„ VT failure detection
„ Command protection (distance protection using
„ Single-shot (single/three/single+three phase) or telecommunication)
multi-shot (three phase) autoreclose
„ Overcurrent protection for SOTF and stub fault
„ Fault location
„ Out-of-step trip protection
„ Configurable binary inputs and outputs
„ Breaker failure protection
„ Programmable logic for I/O configuration, alarms,
indications, recording, etc. As a backup protection for high-resistance earth faults,
„ Automatic supervision GRZ100 provides the following four functions.

„ Metering and recording functions „ Directional earth fault protection

„ Menu-driven user interfaces „ Directional earth fault protection using


telecommunication
„ Front-mounted RS232C port for communication to a
local PC and rear-mounted RS485, Fibre optic or „ Directional or non-directional inverse time overcurrent
Ethernet LAN serial ports for communication to a and earth fault protection
remote PC „ Definite time overcurrent and earth fault protection
„ IRIG-B port for external clock
GRZ100 can initiate high-speed single-shot autoreclose or
„ The IEC60870-5-103 protocol is provided for multi-shot autoreclose.
communication with substation control and
automation systems. GRZ100 provides the following metering and recording
GRZ100 can be provided with integral digital communi- functions.
cation channels for teleprotection signalling. Either one or „ Metering
two communication channels are provided, suitable for „ Fault recording
relay-to-relay connection via fibre-optic links, or via
„ Event recording
electrical interfaces to a digital communication network.
GRZ100 can be configured using the integral communi- „ Disturbance recording
cation channels to support the following functions:
GRZ100 provides the following user interfaces for relay
„ Phase-segregated command protection distance setting or viewing of stored data.
schemes (PUP, POP, BOP and UOP with week
„ Relay front panel; LCD, LED display and operation keys
infeed and current reversal logic).
„ Local PC
„ Phase-segregated command protection DEF
schemes (POP, BOP and UOP). „ Remote PC

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A local PC can be connected to the relay via the RS232C
port on the front fascia of the relay. Either one or two rear
Ch1 Ch1
ports (RS485 or fibre optic) are provided for connection to a
RELAY A RELAY B
remote PC and for IEC60870-5-103 communication with a
substation control and automation system. Further, an (a) Two-ended system, single channel
Ethernet LAN port (TCP/IP) can be provided.
Ch1 Ch1
GRZ100 has four models which differ depending on
whether or not the autoreclose or fault detector provided Ch2 Ch2
with independent MPU and trip contact for fail-safe RELAY A RELAY B

function have been included.


(b) Two-ended system, dual redundant channels
Model 200 - With autoreclose for single
series breaker scheme
Ch2 Ch1

RELAY A
Model 300 - With autoreclose for one-and-a-
series half breaker scheme

Model 400 - With autoreclose for single Ch1 Ch2


Ch2
series breaker scheme Ch1
- With fault detector RELAY C RELAY B

Model 500 - With autoreclose for one-and-a- (c) Three-ended system, chain topology
series half breaker scheme
-With fault detector
Ch2 Ch1

RELAY A
The following GRZ100 models provide integral digital
communication channels for protection signalling. These
models can also be applied using standard, external
teleprotection equipment. Ch1 Ch2
Ch2
Ch1
Model - 2-terminal line application RELAY C RELAY B
211B, (one communication channel)
214B, - With autoreclose for single breaker (d) Three-ended system, ring topology
216B scheme Figure 1 Communication System Topologies
Model - 2-terminal line application
311B (one communication channel)
RELAY FUNCTIONS
- With autoreclose for
one-and-a-half breaker scheme „ Time-Stepped Distance Protection
Model - 2- / 3-terminal line application
GRZ100 provides maximum four-zone distance protection
221B, (two communication channels)
(Z1, Z2, Z3, ZF) for forward faults, two-zone distance
224B, - With autoreclose for single breaker
protection (ZR1, ZR2) for reverse faults and one non-
226B scheme
directional distance protection (ZND) for both forward and
Model - 2- / 3-terminal line application reverse faults.
321B, (two communication channels)
GRZ100 provides individual phase-fault measuring elements
323B - With autoreclose for
and earth-fault measuring elements for all types of fault.
one-and-a-half breaker scheme
Direction measurement in GRZ100 is based on cross
polarization with voltage memory to ensure dependable
In the GRZ100 models provided with an integral digital fault detection. GRZ100 uses an advanced distance
communication channel for protection signaling, four measurement algorithm which achieves accurate fault
communication topologies are available depending on the impedance measurement over a wide range of frequencies.
model. Models 211/214/216/311B support configuration (a) This superior algorithm also minimizes the effect of CT
only in Figure 1. Models 221/224/226/321/323B can support saturation and gives stable performance with CVT
all configurations. Configuration (b) and (d) offer security transients.
against failure of a communication link.
The GRZ100 provides measuring zones with mho-based
characteristics or quadrilateral characteristics, as shown in
Figures 2 and 3.
As shown in Figure 2, mho-based characteristics are
composed of mho element, offset mho element, reactance
element, and blinder element for phase fault protection and
earth fault protection.

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(a) Phase fault measuring element (a) Phase fault measuring element

(b) Earth fault measuring element


(b) Earth fault measuring element Figure 3 Quadrilateral Characteristics
Figure 2 Mho-based Characteristics
ZR1 and ZR2 are reverse looking elements applied to
As shown in Figure 3, quadrilateral characteristics are Reverse Zone 1 and Zone 2, and used for local back-up
composed of reactance element, directional element and protection for busbar faults or transformer faults.
blinder element. Reverse zones for phase fault use the Z4 is used for detection of reverse faults in command
offset directional element to ensure reverse close-up fault protection.
detection. Z4S has an offset characteristic in order to assure detection
Z1 is applied to Zone 1 protection. The reactance line of Z1 of close-up phase faults.
can be configured to take a negative gradient when the
terminal is sending power, which prevents Z1 from „ Zone 1 Extension
overreaching for remote end faults. When telecommunications cannot be applied, a Zone 1
To ensure that GRZ100 can provide reliable time-delayed extension (Z1X) protection is provided for high-speed
tripping for close-up three-phase faults, the phase fault protection of any fault along the whole length of the
elements are reverse offset following Z1 operation. protected line.
Z2 is applied to Zone 2 which provides protection for the The reactance line of Zone 1 extension can take a negative
rest of the protected line not covered by Zone1 and backup gradient when the terminal is sending loads, which prevents
protection for the remote end busbar. Zone 1 extension from overreaching.
Z3 is applied to Zone 3 which provides remote back-up
„ Command protection
protection for adjacent lines. Z3 is also used for detection of
forward faults in command protection. If Z3 is dedicated to The following four schemes are available for distance
command protection, then ZF can be used for Zone 3 protection using telecommunication.
instead of Z3 in time-stepped distance protection.

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- Permissive Underreach Protection (PUP) „ Switch-on-to-fault Protection and Stub
- Permissive Overreach Protection (POP) Protection
- Unblocking Overreach Protection (UOP) Switch-on-to-fault (SOTF) protection is provided in order to
- Blocking Overreach Protection (BOP) detect faults that are present when a line or busbar is
energized.
POP and UOP are equipped with echo logic and weak
For 500 ms following circuit breaker closure, this function is
infeed tripping functions and can be used in the protection of
effective to protect against any switch-on-to-fault. A
lines with weak infeed or no infeed terminals. An
non-directional overcurrent element or distance measuring
undervoltage element is incorporated for the weak infeed
elements perform the SOTF protection.
tripping function.
Stub protection operates for a fault in a stub zone using an
„ Earth Return and Mutual Coupling overcurrent element.
Compensation
„ Voltage Transformer Failure Supervision
Z1G, Z2G, Z1XG and ZR1G for earth fault protection adopt
vectorial zero sequence current compensation to eliminate Failure in the voltage transformer (VT) secondary circuit
distance measuring errors due to the earth return of zero may cause false tripping by voltage dependent measuring
sequence current. When the GRZ100 is applied to a double elements. Therefore, the following voltage dependent
circuit line, in order to eliminate the influences of zero protections are blocked instantaneously when VT failure is
sequence mutual coupling, the zero sequence current for detected.
the parallel line can be introduced. ZR1G is not provided - Distance protection
with zero sequence mutual coupling compensation for the
- Directional earth fault protection
parallel line.
- Protection using telecommunications
„ Application to long and short lines - Out of step protection
The large capacitance of a long transmission line can VT failure is detected in any of the following cases.
adversely affect the measurement of fault impedance. GRZ100
employs an advanced charging current compensation technique - If residual voltage is detected when residual current is not
which gives significant improvement in impedance detected.
measurement for long transmission lines. - If undervoltage is detected when a current change is not
The suitability of a distance relay for application to short detected.
lines is not determined by its minimum setting but rather by
„ Power Swing Blocking
its measuring accuracy for high SIR conditions. GRZ100
provides highly accurate measuring elements suitable to be The relay provides a power swing blocking (PSB) function to
applied to short lines. prevent false tripping by distance measuring elements
during a power swing.
„ Fault Phase Selection
When a power swing is detected, all distance protection
GRZ100 provides single- and/or three-phase tripping zones and protection using telecommunications can be
functions. blocked independently. The non-directional zone, ZND, is
In order to perform extremely reliable single-phase tripping, an not blocked.
undervoltage element with current compensation is used for A power swing condition is detected using two PSB
fault phase selection. elements with quadrilateral characteristics shown in Figure 5.
The undervoltage element with current compensation can The outer PSB element PSBOUT encloses the inner
operate correctly even for a fault with a strong power source element PSBIN, the two elements being separated by a
and small voltage drop at the relay installation point. width of PSBZ. Further, GRZ100 provides PSBSZ and
PSBGZ for phase fault measuring elements and earth fault
The characteristics of the phase selection element are as
measuring elements respectively. Their functions and
shown in Figure 4.
characteristics are identical. PSBGZ provides
phase-segregated characteristics.
IZc I: Fault current
V: Fault voltage
If the impedance locus enters the PSBZ zone for more than
V Zc: Impedance setting a predetermined time (20 to 60ms), the PSB function will
Vk: Undervoltage setting
block the selected zones. The PSB function is reset after
500 ms when the impedance locus has moved outside the
I
PSB elements.
Vk
GRZ100 can provide high speed tripping for faults which
occur during a power swing condition, by utilising a
Figure 4 Phase selection element well-proven, dedicated negative sequence directional
element and any of the PUP, POP, UOP and BOP
command schemes.

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X
The IDMT element has a reset feature with definite time reset.
PSBZ
If the reset time is set to instantaneous, then no intentional
delay is added. As soon as the energising current falls
PSBIN PSBOUT
below the reset threshold, the element returns to its reset
condition.
0 R If the reset time is set to some value in seconds, then an
PSBZ PSBZ
intentional delay is added to the reset period. If the
energising current exceeds the setting for a transient period
without causing tripping, then resetting is delayed for a
PSBZ user-definable period. When the energising current falls
below the reset threshold, the integral state (the point
PSBZ: Impedance setting of PSB element
towards operation that it has travelled) of the timing function
Figure 5 Characteristics of power swing blocking element (IDMT) is held for that period.
This does not apply following a trip operation, in which case
„ Out-of-step Trip Protection resetting is always instantaneous.
The out-of-step tripping function is used to execute power
system separation at the optimum point when an out-of-step
„ Definite time overcurrent protection
occurs. Definite time overcurrent protection is enabled by the
An out-of-step is detected by using two distance measuring instantaneous overcurrent element and pick-up delay timer.
elements with quadrilateral characteristics as shown in
Figure 5. The element operates when the out-of-step locus
„ Broken Conductor Detection
passes from Zone A Æ Zone B Æ Zone C (or Zone C Æ The unbalance condition caused by an open circuited
Zone B Æ Zone A) and remains in Zones A and C for the conductor is detected by the broken conductor
detection time (TOST). detection function. An unbalance threshold with
X programmable definite time delay is provided.
OSTXF
„ High-resistance Earth Fault Protection
Impedance
locus
This protection provides high-resistance earth fault protection
Zone C Zone B Zone A
using the directional earth fault (DEF) element and the earth
fault overcurrent element as follows.

OSTR2 OSTR1 R „ Directional Earth Fault Protection

OSTXB
DEF element is used for time-delayed backup protection for
high-resistance faults.
Figure 6 Characteristics of out of step trip element
„ Directional Earth Fault Protection using
„ Breaker Failure Protection Telecommunication
When an overcurrent element remains in operation longer High-speed DEF protection using telecommunications is
than a pre-determined length of time following the output of provided by using a forward looking DEF element and a
a trip signal the associated circuit breaker is judged to have reverse looking DEF element. POP, UOP, and BOP
failed and adjacent circuit breakers can be tripped as a schemes can be selected with DEF protection using
back-up measure. telecommunications.
Two independent timers are available, one of which can be To enable single phase tripping for a high impedance earth
used to control the RETRIP of the original circuit breaker(s). The fault, GRZ100, when equipped with the optional integral
second timer is used to control the backtripping of adjacent communication channels, is provided with phase selection
circuit breakers. logic to obtain phase segregated trip permission signals.
For high-speed protection, an overcurrent element with The characteristics of the forward and reverse looking DEF
high-speed reset time is used to prevent a spurious re-trip elements are as shown in Figure 7.
or backtrip following a successful trip or re-trip action.
Backward DEF
„ Overcurrent Backup Protection
The IDMT(inverse definite minimum time) overcurrent
element is provided for non-directional inverse time -3V0
overcurrent protection. The IDMT element is available in
conformity with either of three IEC Standard characteristics 3I0
Forward DEF
(Standard inverse, Very inverse, Extremely inverse) or a
Long-time inverse.
The characteristics of each IDMT are shown in Figure 8. Figure 7 Characteristics of directional earth fault element

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„ Inverse Time Overcurrent Earth Fault „ Thermal Overload Protection
Protection
The thermal overload feature provides protection for cables
Directional or non-directional inverse time overcurrent earth and other plant against the effects of prolonged operation
fault protection is provided using a combination of the IDMT under excess load conditions. A thermal replica algorithm is
(inverse definite minimum time) overcurrent earth fault applied to create a model for the thermal characteristics of
element and DEF element. The IDMT element is available the protected plant. Tripping times depend not only on the
in conformity with either of three IEC Standard level of overload current, but also on the level of prior load
characteristics (Standard inverse, Very inverse, and current, the thermal replica providing ‘memory’ of previous
Extremely inverse) or a Long-time inverse. conditions.
The characteristics of each IDMT are shown in Figure 8. The thermal characteristics of the system are defined by
entering settings for full load current and thermal time
The IDMT element for earth fault also has a reset feature
constant. The GRZ100 issues a trip according to the ‘cold’ and
with definite time reset.
‘hot’ curves specified in IEC60255-8 (see Figure 9), to
prevent the protected system from exceeding its thermal
capacity. The cold curve tripping times are applicable when
the system is first energised, while the hot curves are
relevant when the system has already been carrying some
prior load for a period of time. An alarm output is also
available to give early warning of high load current, set as a
percentage of thermal capacity.
IEC60255-8 Thermal Characteristics

Thermal Curves (Cold Curve - no Thermal Curves (Hot Curve - 90%


prior load) prior load)

1000 1000

100
100

10

Operate Time (minutes)


Operate Time (minutes)

10

1
τ=100
τ=100
1
τ=50
τ=50
0.1
τ=20 τ=20

τ=10 τ=10
0.1
τ=5 0.01 τ=5
τ=2
τ=2
τ=1
τ=1
0.01 0.001
1 10 1 10
Ove rload Curre nt (M ultiple of k .IFLC) Ove rload Curre nt (M ultiple of k .IFLC)

 I2   I 2 − I P2 
t = τ .Ln  2 2  ;
t = τ .Ln  2 2 
 I − (k .I FLC )   I − (k .I FLC ) 
IEC60255-8 ‘Cold’ Curve IEC60255-8 ‘Hot’ Curve

t = time to trip for constant overload current I (seconds)


I = overload current (largest phase current) (pu)
IP = previous load current (pu)
k.IFLC (or Iθ) = thermal overload current setting (pu)
τ = thermal time constant (seconds)
Ln = natural logarithm

Figure 9 IEC60255-8 thermal characteristics

„ Overvoltage and Undervoltage Protection


GRZ100 provides two-stage overvoltage protections for
both phase-to-phase voltage input and phase-to-neutral
Figure 8 IDMT operating time characteristics voltage input. The first stage can be set for inverse time or
definite time operation, and the second stage set for definite
„ Definite Time Overcurrent Earth Fault time operation. In total, therefore, GRZ100 provides four
Protection independent overvoltage thresholds.

Definite time overcurrent earth fault protection is provided GRZ100 also provides four independent undervoltage
using the instantaneous overcurrent element and pickup- thresholds with two-stage undervoltage protection for
delay timer. phase-to-phase voltage input and two-stage undervoltage
protection for phase-to-neutral voltage input. The
The definite time earth fault (EF) can be configured to issue undervoltage protection is provided with an undervoltage
either an alarm and/or trip signal. blocking function to prevent undervoltage tripping in the
case of a dead line.

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Overvoltage Inverse Time Curves
Undervoltage Inverse Time Curves
and synchronism check are necessary. Characteristics of
1000.000 1000.000
the synchronism check element are shown in Figure 11.
VL: Line voltage
VB: Busbar voltage
100.000 θ: Synchronism
VL check angle
100.000

Operating Time (secs)


Operating Time (secs)

θ
10.000 0 deg
TMS =10
θ VB
TMS =5 TMS = 10

10.000
TMS =2 TMS = 5
θ
1.000
TMS =1
OV
TMS = 2
θ Operating zone

TMS = 1

0.100 1.000 Figure 11 Synchronism check element


1 1.5 2 2.5 3 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1
Applied Voltage (x Vs) Applied Voltage (x Vs)

1 1
A detected slip cycle is determined by the following equation:
t=
( Vs)−1
V
xTMS t=
1− V ( Vs) xTMS
θ
f=
Figure 10 Inverse time characteristics 180°ХTSYN
where,
„ Autoreclose f: slip cycle
Most faults on HV and EHV overhead transmission lines are θ: synchronism check angle setting
transient faults, which are removed following line TSYN: synchronism check timer setting
de-energization. After a short time, the hot gases disperse
„ One-and-a-half Breaker Scheme (Models 300
and the air de-ionizes. After clearing the fault and deionizing
and 500)
the fault arc, reclosing can be performed. GRZ100 provides
two autoreclose schemes, single-shot autoreclose and GRZ100 performs two-breaker autoreclose in a one-and-
multi-shot autoreclose. a-half breaker scheme.
The GRZ100 autoreclose function can be initiated by any of Only single-shot autoreclose is available in Models 300 and
the following high-speed protections. 500. Single-phase autoreclose, three-phase autoreclose or
single and three-phase autoreclose can be applied to the
- Protection using telecommunication two circuit breakers.
- Zone1 extension protection
„ Fault Detector (Models 400 through 500)
„ Single-shot autoreclose
For ultra-critical applications, where security is the over-
Single-shot reclosing can provide any of three auto-
riding concern and a two-out-of-two tripping philosophy is
reclose modes; single-phase autoreclose, three-phase
specified, GRZ100 can be provided with an independent
autoreclose, and single-and three-phase autoreclose.
fault detector. This fault detector contains its own main
In the single-phase autoreclose mode, only a faulted processing unit (MPU) and trip contacts. The trip contacts
phase is tripped, and then reclosed if a single-phase of the main protection are connected in series with the fault
earth fault occurs. detector trip contacts to ensure completely fail-safe operation.
In the three-phase autoreclose mode, all three phases The fault detector incorporates the following six fault
are tripped, and then reclosed regardless of the fault detection elements.
mode, whether a single-phase fault or a multi-phase
- Multi-level overcurrent element
fault has occurred.
- Current change detection element
In the single- and three-phase autoreclose mode, the - Earth fault overcurrent element
single-phase is reclosed if a single-phase is tripped and
- Undervoltage element for earth fault detection
the three phases are reclosed if three phases are
tripped. - Undervoltage element for phase fault detection
- Undervoltage change detection element
„ Multi-shot autoreclose
In a multi-shot autoreclose, two- to four-shot reclosing „ Interfaces for Integral Communication
can be selected. The first shot is selected from any of GRZ100 can be provided with the following interface(s) and
the four autoreclose modes available in the single-shot linked to a dedicated optical fibre communication circuit or
autoreclose scheme. multiplexed communication circuit (multiplexer) shown in
If reclosing by the first shot fails, three-phase tripping Figure 12.
and reclosing is applied for the second to fourth shots. The electrical interface supports CCITT G703-1.2.1, -1.2.2,
„ Synchronism Check -1.2.3, X.21(RS530) and RS422. Twisted pair cable is used
for connecting the relay and multiplexer. In the case of an
For the correct operation of three-phase autoreclose, voltage

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optical link via a multiplexer, the optical interface unit G1IF1 The event recorder can be triggered by a Trip signal, by
(optical to electrical converter) is required for connecting to Overcurrent trigger elements (OC) and by Undervoltage
the multiplexer. The electrical interface between the trigger elements (UV). In case of 'Trip', the trigger is
converter and the multiplexer supports CCITT G703 -1.2.1, performed whenever tripping occurs. In case of OC/UV,
-1.2.2, -1.2.3, and X.21(RS530). On(used) or Off(not used) is selectable.
Event trigger is freely selectable by using PLC.
GRZ100 Opt. Events recorded are as follows.
I/F
- Tripping and reclosing
Optical Fibre
64kbps - Alarms
a) Optical interface - Change of binary input signal
- Change of relay setting
Optical
GRZ100 Opt. I/F Multi- - Relay failure
I/F Unit plexer
G1IF1
„ Fault Record
(Option)
GI Opt. Fibre A relay trip initiates fault recording. Time-tagged fault
< 2km
SWL, 64kbps data can be stored for the 8 most recent faults. Fault
record items are as follows.
CCITT-G703.
ITUT-X.21 - Date and time
Bit rate: 64kbps
- Faulted phase
b) Optical interface using multiplexer
- Phases tripped
- Tripping mode
GRZ100 Elec. Multi-
I/F plexer - Fault location
- Pre-fault and post-fault current and voltage data (phase,
Twisted pair wire
phase to phase, symmetrical components)
CCITT-G703.
ITUT-X.21 - Autoreclose operation
RS422
Bit rate: 64kbps „ Fault Location
c) Electrical interface using multiplexer
Fault location is initiated by relay tripping signals excluding
Figure 12 Telecommunication system
breaker failure, overcurrent backup and out-of-step tipping. It
can also be started on receipt of a start signal from external
METERING AND RECORDING relays.
„ Metering and Monitoring Fault location is indicated in km and % for the whole length of
the protected line. The fault location is highly accurate for
The following power system data is measured continuously parallel lines due to the implementation of zero-sequence
and can be displayed on the LCD on the relay fascia, at the mutual impedance compensation.
local PC, and the remote PC when connected.
The result of the fault location is stored as fault record data.
- Voltages (phase, phase to phase, symmetrical
In GRZ100 with integral communication, improved fault
components)
location accuracy is achieved for 3-ended applications by
- Currents (phase, phase to phase, symmetrical use of data received from the remote terminals.
components)
- Active power and reactive power „ Disturbance Record
- Frequency The relay can record 8 analog and 32 binary signals. The
disturbance recorder is initiated by operation of the overcurrent
Currents and voltages can be indicated as primary or
element, undervoltage element and/or relay tripping.
secondary values. Active power and reactive power are
indicated as primary values. In respect to analog data, phase voltage and current,
residual voltage and current, and the residual current of the
The user can monitor the following output and status on the
parallel line are recorded. The data can be transformed into
LCD and at local/remote PCs.
the COMTRADE format.
- Relay element output
Pre-fault recording time is fixed at 300ms, post-fault
- Binary input/output recording time can be set from 100 ms to 3 s. The maximum
- CB status number of stored records depends on the post-fault
recording time. In the case of a post-fault recording time of
„ Event Record 500ms, up to 20 disturbance records can be stored. The
The most recent 480 time-tagged events are stored with record number of the recorded data is displayed on the
1ms resolution. LCD.

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„ Calendar and Time selected in the LCD window. An oscilloscope can be
connected to the relay through these jacks. Selection of
The calendar and time are provided for the time-tagging of
output signals on the monitoring jacks can be set from the
recorded data. Synchronisation with GPS (Global
menu.
Positioning System) is achieved via the IRIG-B port.
„ Local PC
USER INTERFACE The user can communicate with the GRZ100 from a local
PC via the RS232C port on the relay fascia. The following data
„ Relay Front Panel
can be viewed or analysed on the local PC with RSM100
The relay front panel incorporates the following user software.
interfaces. Setting the relay and viewing stored data are - Setting
possible using the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and
- Metering
operation keys.
- Event records
- 40 character, four line LCD with back light
- Fault records
- Eight Light Emitting Diodes (LED) including four that are
configurable - Disturbance records
- Operation keys - Fault location
- RS232C port „ Relay Setting and Monitoring (RSM)
- Monitoring jacks
GRZ100 can be connected to the RSM system via the
Figure 13 shows the relay front panel. RS485 interface at the rear of the relay. The user can
operate the relay from a remote PC in the same way as
from a local PC.
Figure 14 shows the configuration of the RSM system via
the protocol converter G1PR2 (option). The G1PR2 can be
provided with maximum 8 ports and each port supports 32
relays addressing.
A maximum of 32 x 8 relays can be connected to the
remote PC in multi-drop mode, via the protocol converter.
The RSM100 software is also used to communicate with the
relay and to view or analyze disturbance records on the
remote PC.
The data transmission rate between relays and the protocol
converter is 64kbps.
Figure 13 Relay front panel

The following items can be displayed on the LCD.


- Setting
- Metering G1PR2

- Event records
- Fault records
- The number of disturbance records
- Fault location
- Any failure code detected by the automatic supervision

Password protection can be provided from the setting menu


on the LCD to provide security for relay setting changes.
After the password has been set, the password must be
entered to access the setting menu from a local or remote PC
Figure 14 Relay setting and monitoring system
as well as on the LCD.

The contents of metering, fault records, and relay failures „ IEC60870-5-103 Communication
can be monitored by pressing the VIEW key. The VIEW key
The relay can support the IEC60870-5-103 communication
can be pressed without removing the relay front cover.
protocol. This protocol is mainly used when the relay
Arbitrary signals can be assigned to the four user communicates with a control system and is used to transfer
configurable LEDs. the measurand data, status data and general command
Two monitoring jacks are operable when the test mode is from the relay to the control system.

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„ Relay Setting PC DISPLAY
The user can input or change settings using the operation
keys on the relay fascia or via a local or remote PC with the
RSM system.
Password protection is provided to change settings.
Eight active setting groups are provided. This allows the
user to set one group for normal operating conditions while
other groups may be set to cover alternative operating
conditions.

„ Configurable Binary Output Contacts


GRZ100 is provided with 13 to 41 user configurable Metering
normally open output contacts used for indication and alarm.
The number of outputs varies according to the relay model.

„ Configurable Binary Inputs


GRZ100 is provided with 18 to 28 user configurable binary
inputs.
The number of inputs varies according to the relay model.

„ PLC Function
GRZ100 is provided with a PLC (Programmable Logic Event record
Control) function allowing user-configurable sequence logics
on binary signals. Configurable binary inputs, binary outputs
and LEDs are programmed by the PLC function.

AUTOMATIC SUPERVISION
„ Automatic Monitoring Function
The automatic monitoring function will detect failures,
should they occur, that might cause unwanted operation.
The items monitored include the following:
- Analog input circuits Fault record
- Analog-to-digital converter
- Watchdog Timer
- Binary output circuits
- DC power supply circuits
- CPU
- Telecommunication circuit
- Relay address monitoring

„ Automatic Test Function for External


Communication Vector record
In the BOP scheme, a signal check-back test function is
provided to check the integrity of the signalling channels.

„ Alarms
In the unlikely event that a relay failure should occur, this
is detected by automatic monitoring and the LED
ALARM on the relay fascia is illuminated. A binary
“RELAY FAILURE” output is simultaneously operated
and the date/time of any such failure would be stored in
the event record.
Data analysis

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TECHNICAL DATA

Ratings
AC current In: 1A or 5A
AC voltage Vn: 100V, 110V, 115V, 120V
Frequency: 50Hz or 60Hz
DC power supply: 110Vdc/125Vdc (Operative range: 88 - 150Vdc)
220Vdc/250Vdc (Operative range: 176 - 300Vdc)
48Vdc/54Vdc/60Vdc (Operative range: 38.4 - 72Vdc)
24Vdc/30Vdc (Operative range: 19.2 – 36Vdc)
AC ripple on DC supply IEC60255-11 maximum 12%
DC supply interruption IEC60255-11
Permissive duration of DC supply voltage
interruption to maintain normal operation: less than 50ms at 110V
Restart time: less than 10s
Binary input circuit DC voltage 110Vdc/125Vdc
220Vdc/250Vdc
48Vdc/54Vdc/60Vdc
24Vdc/30Vdc
Overload Ratings
AC current input 4 times rated continuous
100 times rated for 1s
AC voltage input 2 times rated continuous
2.5 times rated for 1s
Burden
AC current input 0.2VA per phase (at rated 5A)
0.4 VA at zero-sequence circuit (at rated 5A)
0.1VA per phase (at rated 1A)
0.3 VA at zero-sequence circuit (at rated 1A)
AC voltage input 0.1VA (at rated voltage)
DC power supply: less than15W (quiescent)
less than 25W (operation)
Binary input circuit: ≤ 0.5W/input at 110Vdc
CT Ratio Setting
CT ratio 1 to 20000 in 1 steps
Full Scale of Current for Measurement
Current 65 times rated current
Phase Fault Distance Measuring Element
Z1S, Z2S and Z1XS 0.10 to 250.00Ω in 0.01Ω steps (1A relay)
0.01 to 50.00Ω in 0.01Ω steps (5A relay)
Z1S θ1 0° to 45° in 1° steps
Z1S θ2 45° to 90° in 1° steps
ZFS, ZR1S and ZR2S 0.1 to 250.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (1A relay)
0.01 to 50.00 in 0.01Ω steps (5A relay)
Z3S and Z4S 0.1 to 250.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (1A relay)
0.01 to 50.00 in 0.01Ω steps (5A relay)
Characteristic angle 45° to 90° in 1° steps
Z1S and Z4S offset 7.5Ω fixed (1A relay)
1.5Ω fixed (5A relay)
ZNDS 0.1 to 250.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (1A relay)
0.01 to 50.00 in 0.01Ω steps (5A relay)
Blinder (BFRS1, BFRS2, BFRS3, BRRS, BNDS) 0.5 to 100.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (1A relay)
BRLS: Linked with BRRS 0.10 to 20.00Ω in 0.01Ω steps (5A relay)
Characteristic angle: (BFRS1, BFRS2, BFRS3, BRRS, BNDS) 75° fixed
Characteristic angle (BFLS) 90° to 135°

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Earth Fault Distance Measuring Element
Z1G, Z2G and Z1XG 0.10 to 250.00Ω in 0.01Ω steps (1A relay)
0.01 to 50.00Ω in 0.01Ω steps (5A relay)
Z1G θ1 0° to 45° in 1° steps
Z1G θ2 45° to 90° in 1° steps
ZR1G 0.1 to 250.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (1A relay)
0.01 to 50.00 in 0.01Ω steps (5A relay)
ZFG, Z3G, ZR2G and Z4G 0.1 to 500.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (1A relay)
0.01 to 100.00 in 0.01Ω steps (5A relay)
Characteristic angle 45° to 90° in 1° steps
ZNDG 0.1 to 500.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (1A relay)
0.01 to 100.00 in 0.01Ω steps (5A relay)
Blinder (BFRG1, BFRG2, BFRG3, BRRG, BNDG) 0.5 to 100.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (1A relay)
BRLG: Linked with BRRG 0.10 to 20.00Ω in 0.01Ω steps (5A relay)
Characteristic angle (BFRG1, BFRG2, BFRG3, BRRG, BNDG) 75° fixed
Characteristic angle (BFLG) 90° to 135°
Time Setting for Zone Protection
Time setting of Z1S, Z2S, Z3S, ZFS, ZR1S, ZR2S, 0.00 to 10.00s in 0.01s steps
ZNDS, Z1G, Z2G, Z3G, ZFG, ZR1G, ZR2G, ZNDG
Command Protection
Coordination time for BOP scheme 0 to 50ms in 1ms steps
Operating and Resetting Time of Distance Measuring Element
Typical operating time 20ms
Operating time curve (SIR curve) Refer to Figure 13.
Resetting time for tripping output Typical 30ms (Adjustable by PLC function)
Accuracy of Distance Measuring Element
Static accuracy ±5% under SIR < 30, ±10% under 30 < SIR < 50
Static angle accuracy ±5°
Transient overreach +5%
Minimum Operating Current
Current 0.08A (1A relay)
0.4A (5A relay)
Residual Current Compensation
Residual current compensation for reactance element of Adjustable as follows:
Z1G, Z1XG, Z2G, ZFG, ZR1G
Earth return compensation 0 to 1000% in 1% steps
Mutual coupling compensation (ZR1G excluded) 0 to 1000% in 1% steps
Phase Selection Element
Undervoltage 10 to 60V in 1V steps
Impedance 0.0 to 250.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (1A relay)
0.0 to 50.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (5A relay)
Characteristic angle 45° to 90° in 1° steps
Residual current compensation Automatically set according to residual current
compensation setting of reactance element
Switch-on-to-fault and Stub protection
Overcurrent 0.4 to 3.0A in 0.1A steps (1A relay)
2.0 to 15.0A in 0.1A steps (5A relay)
Broken Conductor Detection
Broken conductor threshold (I2/I1): OFF, 0.10 to 1.00 in 0.01 steps
DTL delay: 0.00 to 300.00s in 0.01s steps

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Voltage Transformer Failure Supervision
Undervoltage element (phase-to-phase) 50 to 100V in 1V steps
Undervoltage element (phase-to-earth) 10 to 60V in 1V steps
Current change detection element 0.1A fixed (1A relay)
0.5A fixed (5A relay)
Residual voltage element 20V fixed
Residual current element Common use with earth fault detection element
Power Swing Blocking
Detection zone (PSBZS, PSBZG) 2.5 to 75.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (1A relay)
0.50 to 15.00 in 0.01Ω steps (5A relay)
Current change detection element 0.1 to 2.0A in 0.1A steps (1A relay)
0.5 to 10.0A in 0.1A steps (5A relay)
Detection time 30 to 60ms in 1ms steps
Resetting time 500ms fixed
Out-of-step Protection
Resistive reach (OSTR1) 15 to 150Ω in 1Ω steps (1A relay)
3.0 to 30.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (5A relay)
Resistive reach (OSTR2) 5 to 50Ω in 1Ω steps (1A relay)
1.0 to 10.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (5A relay)
Resistive reach (OSTXF) 5 to 250Ω in 1Ω steps (1A relay)
1.0 to 50.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (5A relay)
Resistive reach (OSTXF) 1 to 50Ω in 1Ω steps (1A relay)
0.2 to 10.0Ω in 0.1Ω steps (5A relay)
Detection time (TOST) 0.01 to 1.00s in 0.01s steps
Breaker Failure (BF) Protection
Overcurrent element 0.1 to 2.0A in 0.1A steps (1A relay)
0.5 to 10.0A in 0.1A steps (5A relay)
BF timer for retry-trip of failed breaker 50 to 500ms in 1ms steps
BF timer for related breaker trip 50 to 500ms in 1ms steps
Operating time of overcurrent element less than 20ms at 50Hz or less than 17ms at 60Hz
Resetting time of overcurrent element less than 15ms at 50Hz or less than 13ms at 60Hz
Inverse Time Overcurrent Protection
Overcurrent 0.10 to 5.00A in 0.01A steps (1A relay)
0.5 to 25.0A in 0.1A steps (5A relay)
Time multiplier 0.05 to 1.00 in 0.01 steps
Characteristic Refer to Figure 8.
Accuracy of inverse time characteristics Standard, Very and Long-time: IEC60255-3 class 5
Extremely inverse: IEC60255-3 class 7.5
Reset definite time 0.0 to 10.0s in 0.1s steps
Definite Time Overcurrent Protection
Overcurrent 0.1 to 20.0A in 0.1A steps (1A relay)
0.5 to 100.0A in 0.1A steps (5A relay)
Time for delayed trip 0.00 to 10.00s in 0.01s steps
Operating time of overcurrent element less than 20ms
Accuracy of pick-up value ±5%
Directional Earth Fault Protection
Characteristic angle 0 to 90° in 1° steps (3I0 lags for −3V0)
Polarising voltage (3V0) 1.7 to 21.0V in 0.1V steps
Zero-sequence current (3I0) 0.10 to 1.00A in 0.01A in 0.01A steps (1A relay)
0.5 to 5.0A in 0.1A steps (5A relay)
Time for backup trip 0.00 to 10.00s in 0.01s steps
Accuracy of pick-up value ±5%

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Directional Earth Fault Command Protection
Time for delayed trip 0.00 to 0.30s in 0.01s steps
Coordination time 0 to 50ms in 1ms steps
Inverse Time Earth Fault Protection
Earth fault 0.10 to 1.00A in 0.01A steps (1A relay)
0.5 to 5.0A in 0.1A steps (5A relay)
Time multiplier 0.05 to 1.00 in 0.01 steps
Characteristic Refer to Figure 8.
Accuracy of inverse time characteristics Standard, Very and Long-time: IEC60255-3 class 5
Extremely inverse: IEC60255-3 class 7.5
Reset definite time 0.0 to 10.0s in 0.1s steps
Definite Time Earth Fault Protection
Earth fault 0.10 to 1.00A in 0.01A steps (1A relay)
0.5 to 5.0A in 0.1A steps (5A relay)
Time for delayed trip 0.00 to 10.00s in 0.01s steps
Accuracy of pick-up value ±5%
Weak Infeed and Echo Protection
Phase-to-phase undervoltage element 50 to 100V in 1V steps
Phase-to-earth undervoltage element 10 to 60V in 1V steps
Thermal overload Protection
Thermal setting (THM = k.IFLC) OFF, 0.40 – 2.00A in 0.01A steps (1A rating)
OFF, 2.0 – 10.0A in 0.1A steps (5A rating)
Time constant (τ) 0.5 – 300.0mins in 0.1min steps
Thermal alarm OFF, 50% to 99% in 1% steps
Pre-load current setting 0.00 – 1.00A in 0.01A steps (1A rating)
0.0 – 5.0A in 0.1A steps (5A rating)
Overvoltage Protection
1st, 2nd Overvoltage thresholds: OFF, 5.0 – 150.0V in 0.1V steps (for both
phase-to-phase and phase-to-neutral voltage)
st
Delay type: DTL, IDMTL(1 threshold only)
IDMTL Time Multiplier Setting TMS: 0.05 – 100.00 in 0.01 steps
DTL delay: 0.00 – 300.00s in 0.01s steps
DO/PU ratio 10 – 98% in 1% steps
st
Reset Delay (1 threshold only): 0.0 – 300.0s in 0.1s steps
Undervoltage Protection
1st, 2nd Undervoltage thresholds: OFF, 5.0 – 150.0V in 0.1V steps (for both
phase-to-phase and phase-to-neutral voltage)
st
Delay type: DTL, IDMTL(1 threshold only)
IDMTL Time Multiplier Setting TMS: 0.05 – 100.00 in 0.01 steps
DTL delay: 0.00 – 300.00s in 0.01s steps
Reset Delay (1st threshold only): 0.0 – 300.0s in 0.1s steps
Fault Locator
Line reactance and resistance setting 0.0 to 999.9Ω in 0.1Ω steps (1A relay)
0.00 to 199.99Ω in 0.01Ω steps (5A relay)
Line length 0.0 to 399.9km in 0.1km steps
Correction factor of impedance between lines 80 to 120% in 1% steps
Correction factor of impedance between in each phase 80 to 120% in 1% steps
Accuracy ±2.5km (up to 100km)
±2.5% (up to 399.9km)
Minimum measuring cycles 2.5 cycles

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Autoreclose Function
Number of shots 1 to 4 shots
Timer settings
Dead time for single-phase autoreclose 0.01 to 10.00s in 0.01s steps
Dead time for three-phase autoreclose 0.01 to 100.00s in 0.01s steps
Multi-shot dead line time 5.0 to 300.0s in 0.1s steps
Multi-shot reset time 5.0 to 300.0s in 0.1s steps
Reclaim time 5 to 300s in 1s steps
Pulse width of reclosing signal output 0.1 to 10.0s in 0.1s steps
Autoreclose reset time 0.01 to 100.00s in 0.01s steps
Reset time for developing fault 0.01 to 10.00s in 0.01s steps
One-and-a-half breaker scheme
Follower breaker autoreclose delay time 0.1 to 10.0s in 0.1s steps
Voltage and synchronism check element
Synchronism check angle 5 to 75° in 1° steps
UV element 10 to 150V in 1V steps
OV element 10 to 150V in 1V steps
Busbar or line dead check 10 to 150V in 1V steps
Busbar or line live check 10 to 150V in 1V steps
Synchronism check time 0.01 to 10.00s in 0.01s steps
Voltage check time 0.01 to 1.00s in 0.01s steps
Operating time of synchronism check element less than 50ms
Operating time of UV and OV elements less than 40ms
Integral Communication Interface (Protection Signalling)
Electrical interface (Telecomm. equipment link)
Applicable standard CCITT-G703-1.2.1
CCITT-G703-1.2.2 or 1.2.3
X.21
Type of code NRZ (Non-Return to Zero)
Connector type D-sub connector
Optical interface (2 km class)
Type of fibre Graded-index multi-mode 50/125µm or 62.5/125µm
Connector type ST type
Wave length 820nm
Optical transmitter LED, more than −19dBm
Optical receiver PIN diode, less than −24dBm
Optical interface (30 km class)
Type of fibre Single mode 10/125µm
Connector type SC type (PC polish)
Wave length 1310nm
Optical transmitter Laser, more than −13dBm
Optical receiver PIN diode, less than −37dBm
Optical interface (80 km class)
Type of fibre Single mode 10/125µm
Connector type Duplex LC
Wave length 1550nm
Optical transmitter Laser, more than −5dBm
Optical receiver PIN diode, less than −34dBm

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Disturbance Record Initiation
Overcurrent element 0.1 to 50.0A in 0.1A steps (1A relay)
0.5 to 250.0A in 0.1A steps (5A relay)
Undervoltage element 0 to 132V in 1V steps (for phase fault)
0 to 76V in 1V steps (for earth fault)
Pre-fault time 0.3s fixed
Post-fault time 0.1 to 3.0s in 0.1s steps
Communication Port
Front communication port (local PC)
Connection Point to point
Cable type Multi-core (straight)
Cable length 15m (max.)
Connector RS232C 9-pin D-subminiature connector female
Rear communication port (remote PC)
RS485 I/F:
Transmission data rate for RSM system 64kbps
Connection Multidrop mode (max. 32 relays)
Connector Screw terminals
Cable and length Twisted pair cable, max. 1200m
Isolation 2kVac for 1min.
Fibre optic I/F: ST connector, graded-index multi-mode 50/125µm or
62.5/125µm type optical fibres
Ethernet LAN I/F: 10BASE-T, RJ-45 connector
IRIG-B Port
Connection BNC connector
Cable type 50 ohm coaxial cable
Binary Inputs
Operating voltage Typical 74Vdc(min.70Vdc) for 110V/125Vdc rating
Typical 138Vdc(min.125Vdc) for 220V/250Vdc rating
Typical 31Vdc(min.28Vdc) for 48V/54V/60Vdc rating
Typical 15Vdc(min.14Vdc) for 24Vdc rating
Contact Ratings
Trip contacts
Make and carry 5A continuously,
30A, 290Vdc for 0.5s (L/R=10ms)
Break 0.15A, 290Vdc (L/R=40ms)
Auxiliary contacts
Make and carry 4A continuously,
10A, 220Vdc for 0.5s (L/R≧5ms)
Break 0.1A, 220Vdc (L/R=40ms)
Durability
Make and carry 10,000 operations minimum
Break 100,000 operations minimum
Mechanical design
Weight 10kg (Type-A), 13kg (Type-B)
Case colour Munsell No. 10YR8/0.5
Installation Flush mounting or rack mounting

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a) Minimum operating time (50Hz) b) Maximum operating time (50Hz)


Phase to phase fault

a) Minimum operating time (50Hz) b) Maximum operating time (50Hz)


Phase to earth fault
Note: In the case of a 60Hz relay the operate time is reduced by approximately 15% to 20%.

Figure 15 Operating time curve

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ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE
Test Standards Details
Atmospheric Environment
Temperature IEC60068-2-1/2 Operating range: -10°C to +55°C.
Storage / Transit: -25°C to +70°C.
Humidity IEC60068-2-78 56 days at 40°C and 93% relative humidity.
Enclosure IEC60529 IP51 (Rear: IP20)
Protection
Mechanical Environment
Vibration IEC60255-21-1 Response - Class 1
Endurance - Class 1
Shock and Bump IEC60255-21-2 Shock Response Class 1
Shock Withstand Class 1
Bump Class 1
Seismic IEC60255-21-3 Class 1
Electrical Environment
Dielectric Withstand IEC60255-5 2kVrms for 1 minute between all terminals and earth.
2kVrms for 1 minute between independent circuits.
1kVrms for 1 minute across normally open contacts.
High Voltage IEC60255-5 Three positive and three negative impulses of 5kV(peak),
Impulse 1.2/50µs, 0.5J between all terminals and between all
terminals and earth.
Electromagnetic Environment
High Frequency IEC60255-22-1 Class 3, 1MHz 2.5kV applied to all ports in common mode.
Disturbance / IEC61000-4-12 / 1MHz 1.0kV applied to all ports in differential mode.
Damped Oscillatory EN61000-4-12
Wave
Electrostatic IEC60255-22-2 Class 3, 6kV contact discharge, 8kV air discharge.
Discharge IEC61000-4-2 /
EN61000-4-2
Radiated RF IEC60255-22-3 Class 3, Field strength 10V/m for frequency sweeps of 80MHz to
Electromagnetic IEC61000-4-3 / 1GHz and 1.7GHz to 2.2GHz. Additional spot tests at 80,
Disturbance EN61000-4-3 160, 450, 900 and 1890MHz.
Fast Transient IEC60255-22-4, 4kV, 2.5kHz, 5/50ns applied to all inputs.
Disturbance IEC61000-4-4 /
EN61000-4-4
Surge Immunity IEC60255-22-5, 1.2/50µs surge in common/differential modes:
IEC61000-4-5 / HV ports: 2kV/1kV (peak)
EN61000-4-5 PSU and I/O ports: 2kV/1kV (peak)
RS485 port: 1kV (peak)
Conducted RF IEC60255-22-6 Class 3, 10Vrms applied over frequency range 150kHz to 100MHz.
Electromagnetic IEC61000-4-6 / Additional spot tests at 27 and 68MHz.
Disturbance EN61000-4-6
Power Frequency IEC60255-22-7, 300V 50Hz for 10s applied to ports in common mode.
Disturbance IEC61000-4-16 / 150V 50Hz for 10s applied to ports in differential mode.
EN61000-4-16 Not applicable to AC inputs.
Conducted and IEC60255-25, Conducted emissions:
Radiated Emissions EN55022 Class A, 0.15 to 0.50MHz: <79dB (peak) or <66dB (mean)
IEC61000-6-4 / 0.50 to 30MHz: <73dB (peak) or <60dB (mean)
EN61000-6-4 Radiated emissions (at 30m):
30 to 230MHz: <30dB
230 to 1000MHz: <37dB
European Commission Directives
89/336/EEC Compliance with the European Commission Electromagnetic
Compatibility Directive is demonstrated according to EN
61000-6-2 and EN 61000-6-4.
73/23/EEC Compliance with the European Commission Low Voltage
Directive is demonstrated according to EN 50178 and EN
60255-5.

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Optical Interface Unit G1IF1 (Option)
Ratings
Power supply: 110Vdc/125Vdc (Operative range: 88 - 150Vdc)
220Vdc/250Vdc (Operative range: 170 - 300Vdc)
48Vdc (Operative range: 38.4 - 72Vdc)
Burden: less than 8W
Interface
Communication interface: CCITT-G703-1.2.1
CCITT-G703-1.2.2 or 1.2.3
X.21
Operative Range: less than 1.2km with 62.5/125µm GI fibre (3dB/km)
Wavelength: 820nm
Connector type: ST
Fibre type: 62.5/125µm glass fibre
Atmospheric Environment
Temperature IEC60068-2-1/2 Operating range: -10°C to +55°C.
Storage / Transit: -25°C to +70°C.
Humidity IEC60068-2-78 56 days at 40°C and 93% relative humidity.
Enclosure Protection IEC60529 IP40 (without outer-case, excluding terminal parts)
IP50 (with outer-case)

Protocol Converter G1PR2 (Option)


Ratings
Power supply: 110Vdc/100Vac Operative range: 88 - 150Vdc of 110Vdc rated voltage
80 - 120Vac of 100Vac rated voltage
220Vdc/200Vac Operative range: 170 - 300Vdc of 220Vdc rated voltage
200 - 240Vac of 200Vac rated voltage
48Vdc Operative range: 38.4 - 72Vdc
Burden: less than 20W
Communication port
RS232C interface
Connector type RS232C 9-pin D-subminiature connector female
Cable type Multi-core (straight)
RS485 interface
Connector Screw terminals (Phoenix Contact, FRONT type)
Cable type Twisted pair cable
Optical interface
Operative Range: less than 1.2km with 62.5/125µm GI fibre (3dB/km)
Wavelength: 820nm
Connector type: ST
Fibre type: 62.5/125µm glass fibre
IRIG-B
Connector Screw terminals (Phoenix Contact, FRONT-MSTB type)
Mechanical design
Enclosure Protection IEC60529, IP20
Weight 5 kg
Installation Flush mounting
Atmospheric Environment
Temperature IEC60068-2-1/2 Operating range: -10°C to +55°C.
Storage / Transit: -25°C to +70°C.
Humidity IEC60068-2-78 56 days at 40°C and 93% relative humidity.

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ORDERING

1. Distance Relay
GRZ100 − B− 0− 0

Relay Type:
Distance protection relay GRZ100
Relay Model:
-Model200: With autoreclose for single breaker scheme
18 BIs, 23 BOs, 6 trip BOs 201
24 BIs, 41 BOs, 6 trip Bos 203
22 Bis (12-independent), 18 BOs, 3 trip BOs 204
28 BIs (12-independent), 37 BOs, 3 trip BOs 206
-Model300: With autoreclose for one and a half breaker scheme
18 BIs, 23 BOs, 6 trip BOs 301
21 BIs, 27 BOs, 6 trip BOs 302
24 BIs, 41 BOs, 6 trip BOs 303
-Model400: With autoreclose for single breaker and redundant
fault detector scheme
21 BIs, 35 BOs, 6 trip Bos 401
-Model500: With autoreclose for one and a half breaker and
redundant fault detector scheme
21 BIs, 35 BOs, 6 trip BOs 501
Ratings:
1A, 50Hz, 110V/125Vdc 1
1A, 60Hz, 110V/125Vdc 2
5A, 50Hz, 110V/125Vdc 3
5A, 60Hz, 110V/125Vdc 4
1A, 50Hz, 220V/250Vdc 5
1A, 60Hz, 220V/250Vdc 6
5A, 50Hz, 220V/250Vdc 7
5A, 60Hz, 220V/250Vdc 8
1A, 50Hz, 48V/54V/60Vdc A
1A, 60Hz, 48V/54V/60Vdc B
5A, 50Hz, 48V/54V/60Vdc C
5A, 60Hz, 48V/54V/60Vdc D
1A, 50Hz, 24V/30Vdc E
1A, 60Hz, 24V/30Vdc F
5A, 50Hz, 24V/30Vdc G
5A, 60Hz, 24V/30Vdc H
Communications:
RS485 1
Fibre optic 2
Dual RS485 3
Dual fibre optic 4
RS485 + fibre optic 9
Note:
Fibre optic is available for model 203, 206, 302, 303, 401, 501
10BASE-T option is available for specific configuration
Miscellaneous:
None 0
Note: Please inform us which is ordered flush mount type or 19-inch rack mount type.
In 19 inch rack mount type, please order optional attachment kit.
- for relay case Type-A attachment kit: EP101
- for relay case Type-B attachment kit: EP102

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2. Distance Relay with integral communications
GRZ100 − B− − 0
Relay type:
Distance relay GRZ100
Relay Model:
For 2-terminal line application (one communication channel) /
with autoreclose for single breaker scheme
-Model 211: 6 trip contacts / 18 binary outputs / 22 binary inputs 211
-Model 214: 3 trip contacts / 18 binary outputs / 22 binary inputs 214
-Model 216: 3 trip contacts / 36 binary outputs / 25 binary inputs 216
For 2-terminal line application (one communication channel) / with
autoreclose for one-and-a-half breaker scheme
-Model 311: 6 trip contacts / 22 binary outputs / 18 binary inputs 311
For 2- / 3-terminal line application (two communication channels) /
with autoreclose for single breaker scheme
-Model 221: 6 trip contacts / 18 binary outputs / 22 binary inputs 221
-Model 224: 3 trip contacts / 18 binary outputs / 22 binary inputs 224
-Model 226: 3 trip contacts / 36 binary outputs / 25 binary inputs 226
For 2- / 3-terminal line application (two communication channels) /
with autoreclose for one-and-a-half breaker scheme
-Model 321: 6 trip contacts / 22 binary outputs / 18 binary inputs 321
-Model 323: 6 trip contacts / 40 binary outputs / 18 binary inputs 323
Ratings:
1A, 50Hz, 110V/125Vdc 1
1A, 60Hz, 110V/125Vdc 2
5A, 50Hz, 110V/125Vdc 3
5A, 60Hz, 110V/125Vdc 4
1A, 50Hz, 220V/250Vdc 5
1A, 60Hz, 220V/250Vdc 6
5A, 50Hz, 220V/250Vdc 7
5A, 60Hz, 220V/250Vdc 8
1A, 50Hz, 48V/54V/60Vdc A
1A, 60Hz, 48V/54V/60Vdc B
5A, 50Hz, 48V/54V/60Vdc C
5A, 60Hz, 48V/54V/60Vdc D
1A, 50Hz, 24V/30Vdc E
1A, 60Hz, 24V/30Vdc F
5A, 50Hz, 24V/30Vdc G
5A, 60Hz, 24V/30Vdc H
Integral communication interface (Protection signaling):
Electrical interface (CCITT-G703-1.2.1) 1
Electrical interface (CCITT-G703-1.2.2 or 1.2.3) 2
Optical interface (Short wavelength light: GI: 2km class) 3
Optical interface (Long wavelength light: SM: 30km class) 5
Optical interface (Long wavelength light: SM: 80km class) 7
Electrical interface (RS530, X.21) 9
Communications (User data):
RS485 1
Fibre optic 2
Dual RS485 3
Dual fibre optic 4
RS485 + fibre optic 9
Note:
Fibre optic is available for model 216, 226, and 323
10BASE-T option is available for specific configuration
Miscellaneous:
None 0
Note: Please inform us which is ordered flush mount type or 19-inch rack mount type.
In 19 inch rack mount type, please order optional attachment kit.
- for relay case Type-A attachment kit: EP101
- for relay case Type-B attachment kit: EP102

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3. Optical Interface Unit (Option)
G1IF1 − −
Type:
Communication interface box G1IF1
Model:
For X.21 with outer case 01
For CCITT-G703-1.2.1 contradirectional 02
For CCITT-G703-1.2.2 or 1.2.3 contradirectional 03
For X.21 04
Auxiliary power supply:
DC 48V / 54V / 60V 01
DC 110V / 125V 02
DC 220V / 250V 03

4. Protocol Converter (Option)


G1PR2 − A− −

Type:
Protocol converter G1PR2
Model:
1 port, Electrical signal (RS485) 101
4 ports, Electrical signal (RS485) 104
8 ports, Electrical signal (RS485) 108
8 ports, Electrical signal (RS485): Max. 8, Optical signal: Max. 1 118
8 ports, Electrical signal (RS485): Max. 8, Optical signal: Max. 4 148
8 ports, Electrical signal (RS485): Max. 4, Optical signal: Max. 8 184
1 port, Electrical signal (RS485) or Optical signal 111
1 port, Optical signal 110
4 ports, Optical signal 140
8 ports, Optical signal 180
Auxiliary power supply rating:
AC 100 / DC 110V 10
AC 200 / DC 220V 50
DC 48V A0
External time synchronisation:
None. 00
IRIG-B port 10

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RELAY OUTLINE

Flush Mount

M3.5 Ring terminal

M3.5 Ring terminal

Figure 16 Relay case Type-A outline(for models 201, 204, 211, 214, 221, 224, 301, 311, 321)

M3.5 Ring terminal

M3.5 Ring terminal

Figure 17 Relay case Type-B outline(for models 203, 206, 216, 226, 302, 303, 323, 401, 501)

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GRZ100
19-inch Rack Mount

Figure 18 Relay case Type-A outline(for models 201, 204, 211, 214, 221, 224, 301, 311, 321)

Figure 19 Relay case Type-B outline(for models 203, 206, 216, 226, 302, 303, 323, 401, 501)

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Outline of Optical interface unit
2- Φ5

TB1

130 195

Power
TX from COM 156
TX from RELAY
CLK from COM

SPARE
RX TX CLK
12
66
2-5x9

168

180

Figure 20 Outline of optical interface unit G1IF1 (without outer case)

Outline of Protocol Converter


88-150Vdc/80-120Vac RS232C
POWER

OFF ON
P FG N
1 2
IRIG-B

OPT1 OPT2 OPT3 OPT4 OPT5 OPT6 OPT7 OPT8


RX TX RX TX RX TX RX TX RX TX RX TX RX TX RX TX

1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3

TB2

TB1 RS485-1 RS485-2 RS485-3 RS485-4 RS485-5 RS485-6 RS485-7 RS485-8 SG FG


(Note) IRIG-B: Option

356
339.3
316 200

TX POWER
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ALARM
IRIG-B
PROTOCOL CONVERTER
57.1 115 108.3
φ7.1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Type G1PR2
Model 180A-10-∗∗
RX Power 110Vdc/100Vac
Made in Japan

10.3 Note: IRIG-B (Option)

Figure 21 Outline of protocol converter G1PR2

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GRZ100
EXTERNAL CONNECTION DIAGRAM

BUS
TB2-A1
BO 1
TB3- A2 B1
BUS VT
BO 1
A1 A2
TB1 -1
CT 2 BO 2 BO 2
3 B1 B2
4 BO 3
5 A3
B2
6 BO 3
7 B3
8
A3
9 A4
Io from 10 BO 4
B3 BO 4
adjacent Line CT B4
CB
A4
11 A5
VT BO 5
B4 BO 5
12
B5
A5
13
A6
14 BO 6
B5
BO 6
20 B6
A6
BO 7 A7
B6
BO 7
B7
A7
BO 8 A8
B7
BO 8
[Default setting] (+) A8 B8
CB1-A TB4 -A4 BO 9
B8 A9
BI1
CB auxiliary contacts A9
BO 9
CB1-B B9
(Closed when bus CB main B4
contact closed.) BI2 B O 10
B9 A10
CB1-C A5 B O 10
BI3 A10 B10
B O 11
B10
Signal receive (CH1) B5
BI4
A11
Signal receive (CH2)
IO #3
A6 B O 12
or Z1-EXT initiation B11
BI5

External VT failure (EXT VTF) B6 TB3-A13


BI6 SIGNAL SEND
IO#1 B O 13
B13 (HIGH SPEED RELAY)
Disconnector N/O contact A7 FA IL A12
BI7
RELAY FAILURE
B7 B12
Disconnector N/C contact
BI8
TB3-A18
COM2-A
Carrier protection block A8 TB3-A18
BI9 COM-A COM2-B A17
B18 COM2-0V A16
B8 Dual RS485 I/F ports
CB ready condition A17 B18
BI10 COM-B COM1-A
B17 RS485 I/F COM1-B B17
A9 (Single port)
A16 COM1-0V B16
BI11 COM-0V
B16
Autoreclose block (REC BLOCK) B9
BI12
Ethernet LAN I/F
Indication reset A10 RJ45 (option)
BI13

Main protection trip B10


BI14

Main protection ON A11


B11 BI15
(-) CN1
EXT trip-A IRIG-B CN1
TB3 -A14 TB4 TB3 TB2 (IRIG-B)
A1 B1 A1 B1
BI16
External trip signals EXT trip-B TB4- A3
B14 (+)
(CBF Initiation) BI17
IO#2 B3 E

EXT trip-C TP -A 1 A1
A15 TRIP-A
B15 BI18
(-) B10
TB1
TP -B 1 A2 IO#3
RELAY FAIL. TRIP-B BUS CB 1 2
≧1
DD FAIL. TP -C 1 B2
TRIP-C
TB4-A16 +5Vdc TB4-A14 A18 B18 A18 B18
DC (+) B16 DC-DC B14 (+) IO#1 IO#2 19 20
SUPPLY A17
0V VCT
(-) B17 TP -A 2 A12
A18 TRIP-A Terminal Block Arrangement (Rear view)
B18
(∗1)These connections are connected (∗1) A15 TP -B 2 A13
TRIP-B CENTER CB
by wire link before shipment. B15
TP -C 2 B13
CASE EARTH TRIP-C
E

Figure 22 Typical external connection of Model 201

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GRZ100
BUS

BUS VT TB2- A2 TB5- A2 TB3- A2


BO 1 BO 1 BO 1
TB1 -1 A1 A1 A1
CT 2
3 BO 2 BO 2 BO 2
4 B1 B1 B1
5 BO 3 BO 3 BO 3
6 B2 B2 B2
7
8
9 A3 A3 A3
Io from 10
BO 4 BO 4
adjacent Line CT BO 4 B3 B3 B3
CB
11 A4 A4 A4
VT
BO 5 BO 5
12 BO 5 B4 B4 B4

13 A5 A5 A5
14
BO 6 BO 6
BO 6 B5 B5 B5
15
BUS VT A6 A6 A6
BO 7 BO 7
20 BO 7 B6 B6 B6

A7 A7 A7
[Default setting] (+)
BO 8 BO 8
BO 8 B7 B7 B7
CB1-A TB4 -A4
(+) BI1 A8 A8 A8
CB auxiliary contacts
CB1-B BO 9 BO 9
(Closed when bus CB main B4 BO 9 B8 B8 B8
contact closed.) BI2
A9 A9 A9
CB1-C A5
B O 10 B O 10
BI3 B O 10 B9 B9 B9

Signal receive (CH1) B5 A10 A10 A10


BI4
B O 11 B O 11
B O 11 B10 B10 B10
Signal receive (CH2) A6
or Z1-EXT initiation BI5 A11 A11 A11
B O 12 B O 12
External VT failure (EXT VTF) B6 B O 12 B11 B11 B11
BI6
A12 A12
Disconnector N/O contact A7
B O 13 B O 13
BI7 B12 B12

Disconnector N/C contact B7


A13 A13
BI8
B O 14 B O 14
IO#1 B13 B13
Carrier protection block A8
BI9
B8 IO #3 IO #4
CB ready condition
BI10
TB2-A13
A9 SIGNAL SEND
B O 13 B13 (HIGH SPEED RELAY)
BI11
FA IL A12
Autoreclose block (REC BLOCK) B9
RELAY FAILURE
BI12 B12
TB2-A18
A10 COM2-A
Indication reset TB2-A18 A17
BI13 COM-A COM2-B
B18 COM2-0V A16
Main protection trip B10 Dual RS485 I/F ports
A17 B18
BI14 COM-B COM1-A
RS485 I/F COM1-B B17
Main protection ON A11 B17
(Single port)
BI15 A16 COM1-0V B16
(-) COM-0V
EXT trip-A B16
TB2 -A14
BI16
External trip signals EXT trip-B Ethernet LAN I/F
(CBF Initiation) B14 IO#2
RJ45 (option)
BI17
EXT trip-C A15
Fibre optic I/F
(-) B15 BI18 (option)
TB5 -A14
BI19
TB5 TB4 TB3 TB2 CN1
B14 IO#3 A1 B1 (IRIG-B)
BI20
CN1
IRIG-B
A15 E
B15 BI21
(-) TB4- A3
TB3 -A14 (+) TB1
B3 1 2
BI34

B14 IO#4 TP -A 1 A1
TRIP-A
BI35 A18 B18
19 20
TP -B 1 A2 IO#3 IO#1 IO#4 IO#2
TRIP-B BUS CB VCT
A15
B15 BI36
(-) TP -C 1 B2 Terminal Block Arrangement (Rear view)
TRIP-C
RELAY FAIL. TB4-A14
≧1 B14 (+)
DD FAIL.

TB4-A16 +5Vdc TP -A 2 A12


TRIP-A
DC (+) B16 DC-DC
SUPPLY A17 TP -B 2 A13
0V TRIP-B
(-) B17
A18
B18 TP -C 2 B13
TRIP-C
(∗1)These connections are connected (∗1) A15
by wire link before shipment. B15

CASE EARTH
E

Figure 23 Typical external connection of Model 203

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GRZ100
BUS

TB2-A1

BUS VT BO 1
TB3- A2 B1
BO 1
TB1 -1 A1 A2
CT 2
3 BO 2 BO 2
B2
4 B1
5 BO 3 A3
6 B2
7 BO 3
B3
8
9 A3 A4
Io from 10
BO 4 BO 4
adjacent Line CT B3 B4
CB
11 A4 A5
VT
12 BO 5 BO 5
B4 B5

13 A5 A6
14
BO 6 BO 6
B5 B6
15
BUS VT 16 A6

20
BO 7
B6
IO#3
A7
[Default setting] (+) BO 8
B7
CB1-A TB4 -B4
CB1 contacts A4 BI1 A8
(Closed when CB main CB1-B B5 BO 9
BI2 B8
contact closed.) A5
CB1-C B6 A9
A6 BI3
B O 10
B7 B9
Signal receive (CH1)
A7 BI4
A10
Signal receive (CH2) B8
or Z1-EXT initiation A8 BI5 B O 11
B10
B9
External VT failure (EXT VTF) BI6
A9 A11
B10 IO#1 (HIGH SPEED RELAY)
Disconnector N/O contact B O 12
A10 BI7 B11
B11
Disconnector N/C contact BI8 TB3-A13
A11
B12 SIGNAL SEND
Carrier block B O 13
BI9 B13 (HIGH SPEED RELAY)
A12
B13 FA IL A12
Indication reset BI10 RELAY FAILURE
A13
B12
B14
Protection block BI11
A14
B15
Z1X initiation BI12 TB3-A18 TB3-A18
A15 COM-A COM2-A
(-)
EXT trip-A TB3 –A14 B18 COM2-B A17
BI16 A17 COM2-0V A16
COM-B Dual RS485 I/F ports
External trip signals EXT trip-B B14 B17 RS485 I/F B18
COM1-A
BI17 IO#2 (Single port)
(CBF Initiation) A16 COM1-B B17
EXT trip-C A15 COM-0V
B16 COM1-0V B16
BI18
(-) B15
TB2 –A7
OCI block BI19 Ethernet LAN I/F
RJ45 (option)
B7
EFI block BI20

OC block A8
BI21
DEF block B8
BI22 IO#3
A9 CN1
EXTTP block IRIG-B TB4 TB3 TB2 CN1
BI23 A1 B1
(IRIG-B)

STUB block B9
BI24 TB4- A3
(+) E
SOTF block A10 B3
BI25
(-) B10
TP -A 1 A1
TRIP-A
B10
TP -B 1 TB1
A2 IO#3
RELAY FAIL. TRIP-B 1 2
≧1
DD FAIL. TP -C 1 B2
TRIP-C
TB4-A16 +5Vdc A18 B18
DC (+) B16 DC-DC IO#1 IO#2 19 20
SUPPLY A17 VCT
0V
(-) B17
A18 Terminal Block Arrangement (Rear view)
(∗1)These connections are connected by (∗1) B18
wire link before shipment.
CASE EARTH
E

Figure 24 Typical external connection of Model 204

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BUS

TB5- A1 TB3- A2
BO 1
BUS VT BO 1
TB2- A2 B1 A1
TB1 -1 BO 1 BO 2
CT 2 A1 A2
B1
3 BO 2 BO 2 BO 3
4 B2
B1
5 B2
BO 3 A3
6
7 B2
BO 3
8 B3 A3
9 BO 4
Io from 10 A3 A4 B3
adjacent Line CT BO 4 BO 4
CB B3 B4 A4
11 BO 5
VT A4 A5 B4
12 BO 5 BO 5
B4 B5 A5
13 BO 6
14 A5 A6 B5
BO 6 BO 6
15 B5 B6 A6
BUS VT 16 BO 7
A6 A7 B6
20 BO 7 BO 7
B6 B7 A7
BO 8
A7 A8 B7
[Default setting] (+)
BO 8 BO 8
CB1-A TB4 -B4 B7 B8 A8
CB1 contacts A4 BI1 BO 9
A8 A9 B8
(Closed when CB main CB1-B B5
BI2 BO 9 BO 9
contact closed.) A5 B8 B9 A9
CB1-C B6
A9 A10 B O 10
A6 BI3 B9
B7 B O 10 B O 10
Signal receive (CH1) B9 B10 A10
A7 BI4
Signal receive (CH2) B8 A10 B O 11
B10
or Z1-EXT initiation A8 BI5 IO #3
B O 11
B9 B10 A11
External VT failure (EXT VTF) BI6
A9 B O 12
A11 B11
B10 IO#1 (HIGH SPEED RELAY)
Disconnector N/O contact BI7 B O 12
A10 B11 A12
B11
Disconnector N/C contact BI8 B O 13
A11 TB2-A13 B12
B12 SIGNAL SEND
Carrier block BI9 B O 13 A13
A12 B13 (HIGH SPEED RELAY)
B13 FA IL A12 B O 14
Indication reset BI10
B13
A13 RELAY FAILURE
B14 B12
Protection block BI11 IO #4
A14
B15
Z1X initiation BI12
A15
(-)
EXT trip-A TB2 –A14
BI16 TB2-A18
COM-A TB2-A18
External trip signals EXT trip-B B14 B18 COM2-A
BI17 IO#2 A17
(CBF Initiation) A17 COM2-B
EXT trip-C A15 COM-B A16
RS485 I/F COM2-0V
BI18 B17 Dual RS485 I/F ports
(-) B15 A16
(Single port) COM1-A B18
TB5 –A12 COM-0V COM1-B B17
OCI block BI19 B16
COM1-0V B16
B12
EFI block BI20
Ethernet LAN I/F
A13
OC block RJ45 (option)
BI21
DEF block B13
BI22 IO#3 Fibre optic I/F
(option)
EXTTP block A14
BI23

STUB block B14


BI24 CN1
IRIG-B
SOTF block A15
BI25 TB5 TB4 TB3 TB2 CN1
A1 B1 (IRIG-B)
B15 TB4- A3
ARC block (+)
BI26 B3
E
CB1 ready A16
BI27 TP -A 1 A1
TRIP-A
TB1
B16
CBF block TP -B 1 A2 1 2
BI28 TRIP-B
(-) A18
TB3 –A14
TP -C 1 B2
BI34 TRIP-C A18 B18 19 20
IO#3 IO#1 IO#4 IO#2
B14 VCT
BI35 IO#4
(∗2) Terminal Block Arrangement (Rear view)
A15
BI36
(-) B15
RELAY FAIL.
≧1
DD FAIL.
TB4-A16 +5Vdc
DC (+) B16 DC-DC
SUPPLY A17
0V
(-) B17
A18
(∗1)These connections are connected B18
(∗1)
by wire link before shipment.
CASE EARTH
E

Figure 25 Typical external connection of Model 206

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GRZ100
BUS

BUS VT TB2-A1
TB1 -1 BO 1
TB3- A2 B1
2
CT 3 BO 1
A1 A2
4
5 BO 2 BO 2
CB B2
6 B1
7
BO 3 A3
8
B2
9 BO 3 B3
Io from 10
CB adjacent Line CT A3 A4
11 BO 4 BO 4
CT B3 B4
VT 12
A4 A5
13 BO 5 BO 5
B4 B5
14

15 A5 A6
CB
BUS VT 16
BO 6 B5 BO 6 B6
BUS ADJACENT LINE VT 17
A6 A7
18
20 BO 7 B6 BO 7 B7

A7 A8

BO 8 B7 BO 8 B8
[Default setting] (+)
CB1-A A8 A9
TB4 -A4
(+) BI1 BO 9 BO 9
B8 B9
CB auxiliary contacts
(Closed when bus CB main CB1-B B4
A9 A10
contact closed.) BI2
B O 10 B9 B O 10 B10
CB1-C A5
BI3
A10
B5 B O 11
IO #3
Signal receive (CH1) B10
BI4
A11
Signal receive (CH2) A6
or Z1-EXT initiation BI5 B O 12 B11

External VT failure (EXT VTF) B6


BI6 TB3-A13
IO#1 SIGNAL SEND
B O 13
A7 B13 (HIGH SPEED RELAY)
Disconnector N/O contact
BI7
FA IL A12
B7 RELAY FAILURE
Disconnector N/C contact B12
BI8

Carrier protection block A8


BI9 TB3-A18 TB3-A18
COM-A COM2-A
CB1 ready condition B8 B18 COM2-B A17
BI10 A17 A16
COM-B COM2-0V
RS485 I/F Dual RS485 I/F ports
A9 B17
CB2 ready condition COM1-A B18
BI11 (Single port)
A16 COM1-B B17
COM-0V
Autoreclose block (REC BLOCK) B9 B16 COM1-0V B16
BI12

Indication reset A10 Ethernet LAN I/F


BI13 RJ45 (option)

Main protection trip B10


BI14

Main protection ON A11


B11 BI15
(-)
EXT trip-A CN1
TB3 -A14 IRIG-B
BI16 TB4 TB3 TB2 CN1
A1 B1 A1 B1 (IRIG-B)
External trip signals EXT trip-B B14
(CBF Initiation) BI17
IO#2 TB4- A3
(+)
B3 E
EXT trip-C
A15
B15 BI18 TP -A 1 A1
(-) TRIP-A
B10
TP -B 1 A2 TB1
RELAY FAIL. TRIP-B BUS CB IO#3 1 2
≧1
DD FAIL. TP -C 1 B2
TRIP-C
TB4 -A16 +5Vdc TB4-A14 A18 B18 A18 B18
DC (+) B16 DC-DC B14 (+)
IO#1 IO#2
SUPPLY A17 19 20
0V
(-) B17 TP -A 2 A12
A18 TRIP-A
B18 Terminal Block Arrangement (Rear View)
(∗1)These connections are connected (∗1) A15 TP -B 2 A13
TRIP-B CENTER CB
by wire link before shipment. B15
TP -C 2 B13
CASE EARTH TRIP-C
E

Figure 26 Typical external connection of Model 301

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BUS BUS VT
TB1 -1
2
CT 3 TB5- A2 TB3- A2
TB2- A2 BO 1 BO 1
5 BO 1 A1 A1
CB 6 A1
BO 2 BO 2
7 BO 2 B1 B1
8 B1 BO 3 BO 3
Io from 9
BO 3 B2 B2
adjacent Line CT 10
B2
CB 11
A3 A3
CT VT 12 A3
BO 4 BO 4
B3 B3
13 BO 4 B3
14 A4 A4
A4
15 BO 5 BO 5
B4 B4
BUS VT 16 BO 5 B4
CB
ADJACENT LINE VT 17 A5 A5
A5
18 BO 6 BO 6
BUS 20 B5 B5
BO 6 B5
A6 A6
(+) A6
BO 7 BO 7
[Default setting] B6 B6
CB1-A TB4- A4 BO 7 B6
BI1 A7 A7
CB auxiliary contacts A7
(Closed when bus CB main CB1-B B4 BO 8 BO 8
B7 B7
contact closed.) BI2 BO 8 B7
A8 A8
CB1-C A5
A8
BI3 BO 9 BO 9
B8 B8
BO 9 B8
B5
Signal receive (CH1) A9 A9
BI4 A9
B O 10 B O 10
B9 B9
Signal receive (CH2) A6 B O 10 B9
or Z1-EXT initiation BI5
A10 A10
A10
External VT failure (EXT VTF) B6 B O 11 B O 11
BI6 B O 11
B10 B10
B10
A11 A11
A7
Disconnector N/O contact A11
BI7 B O 12 B O 12
B11 B11
B O 12 B11
Disconnector N/C contact B7
A12 A12
BI8
B O 13 B O 13
A8 B12 B12
Carrier protection block IO#1
BI9
A13 A13
CB1 ready condition B8
B O 14 B13 B O 14 B13
BI10

CB2 ready condition A9


BI11 IO #3 IO #4
Autoreclose block (REC BLOCK) B9
TB2-A13 (∗2)
BI12
SIGNAL SEND
B O 13
Indication reset A10 B13 (HIGH SPEED RELAY)
BI13
FA IL A12
B10 RELAY FAILURE TB2-A18
Main protection trip COM2-A
B12
BI14 A17
COM2-B
Main protection ON A11 TB2-A18
COM2-0V A16
COM-A Dual RS485 I/F ports
(-) B11 BI15
B18
COM1-A B18
EXT trip-A
TB2 -A14 A17 COM1-B B17
COM-B
BI16 B17 RS485 I/F COM1-0V B16
External trip signals EXT trip-B B14
(Single port)
(CBF Initiation) IO#2 A16
COM-0V
BI17
B16
EXT trip-C A15
Ethernet LAN I/F
(-) B15 BI18
RJ45 (option)
CB2-A TB5 -A14
BI19
Optical I/F
CB auxiliary contacts CB2-B (option)
(Closed when bus CB main B14 IO#3
contact closed.) BI20
CN1 TB5 TB4 TB3 TB2 CN1
CB2-C A15 (IRIG-B)
BI21 IRIG-B A1 B1
B15
(-)
TB3- A14 TB4-A3
E
(+) BI34 B3

B14 TP -A 1 A1 TB1
BI35 IO#4 TRIP-A 1 2

A15 TP -B 1 A2 BUS CB
TRIP-B
B15 BI36
A18 B18
(-) IO#3 IO#1 IO#4 19 20
TP -C 1 B2 IO#2
VCT
TRIP-C
RELAY FAIL. TB4-A14
≥1
DD FAIL. B14 Terminal Block Arrangement (Rear view)

TB4 -A16 +5Vdc TP -A 2 A12 (∗2) Model 302 is not provided with IO#4.
DC TRIP-A
B16 DC-DC
SUPPLY A17
0V TP -B 2 A13
B17 TRIP-B CENTER CB
A18
B18 TP -C 2 B13
(∗1)These connections are connected (∗1) TRIP-C
A15
by wire link before shipment. B15

CASE EARTH
E

Figure 27 Typical external connection of Model 302/303

32
GRZ100
BUS
TB3-A1
BO 1
BUS VT TB2- A2 B1 TB5- A2
BO 1 A2 BO 1
TB1 -1 A1 A1
CT 2 BO 2
BO 2 B2 BO 2
3
4 B1 B1
A3
5 BO 3 BO 3
6 BO 3
B2 B3 B2
7
8 A4
9 A3 A3
BO 4
Io from 10 B4 BO 4
adjacent Line CT BO 4 B3 B3
CB A10
11 A4 BO 5 A4
VT B10
BO 5
12 BO 5 B4 B4
A11
13 A5 BO 6 A5
14 B11
BO 6
BO 6 B5 B5
A12
15
BUS VT BO 7
A6 B12 A6
BO 7
20 BO 7 B6 A13 B6
BO 8
A7 B13 A7
(+)
BO 8
[Default setting] BO 8 B7 B7
CB1-A TB4 -A4
BI1 A8 A8
CB auxiliary contacts
(Closed when bus CB main CB1-B B4 BO 9
BO 9 B8 B8
contact closed.) BI2
A9 A9
CB1-C A5
B O 10
BI3 B O 10 B9 B9

Signal receive (CH1) B5


A10 A10
BI4 A17
(+) B O 11
B O 11 B10 FD 2 B17 B10
Signal receive (CH2) A6
or Z1-EXT initiation BI5 A18
A11 A11
B18
B O 12
External VT failure (EXT VTF) B6 B O 12 B11 B11
BI6 A15
(+)
FD 1 B15 A12
Disconnector N/O contact A7
B O 13
BI7 A16 B12
B7 B16
Disconnector N/C contact A13
BI8
B O 14
A8
IO#1 IO #4 B13
Carrier protection block
BI9

CB ready condition
B8 IO #3
BI10
TB2-A13
A9 SIGNAL SEND
BI11 B O 13 B13 (HIGH SPEED RELAY) Caution
FA IL A12 Connect FD output contact with A- to
Autoreclose block (REC BLOCK) B9
BI12
RELAY FAILURE C-phase tripping output contacts in
B12
A10
i
Indication reset TB2-A18 TB2-A18
BI13 COM-A COM2-A
B18 COM2-B A17
Main protection trip B10
A17 COM2-0V A16
BI14 COM-B Dual RS485 I/F ports
A11 B17 RS485 I/F B18
Main protection ON COM1-A
(Single port)
BI15 A16 COM1-B B17
(-) COM-0V
EXT trip-A B16 COM1-0V B16
TB2 -A14
BI16 Ethernet LAN I/F
RJ45 (option)
External trip signals EXT trip-B B14 IO#2
(CBF Initiation)
BI17 Optical I/F
EXT trip-C A15 (option)
(-) B15 BI18
CN1
TB5 -A14 IRIG-B
BI19
TB4- A3 (+)
TB5 TB4 TB3 TB2 CN1
B14 IO#3 B3 A1 B1 (IRIG-B)
BI20
T P -A 1 A1
A15 TRIP-A E
B15 BI21
(-) T P -B 1 A2
TRIP-B BUS CB TB1
RELAY FAIL. 1 2
≧1 T P -C 1 B2
DD FAIL. TRIP-C
TB4-A14
TB4-A16 +5Vdc (+) A18 B18
B14 IO#3 19 20
DC (+) B16 DC-DC IO#1 IO#4 IO#2
A17 VCT
SUPPLY 0V T P -A 2 A12
(-) B17 TRIP-A
A18 Terminal Block Arrangement (Rear view)
B18 T P -B 2 A13
(∗1) TRIP-B
(∗1)These connections are connected A15
by wire link before shipment. B15 T P -C 2 B13
TRIP-C
CASE EARTH
E

Figure 28 Typical external connection of Model 401

33
GRZ100
BUS BUS VT
TB1 -1
2 TB3-A1 TB5- A2
CT 3 BO 1
4 TB2- A2 B1 A1
5 BO 1 BO 1
CB 6 A1 A2
B1
7 BO 2 BO 2
BO 2 B2
8 B1 B2
Io from BO 3 A3 BO 3
10
adjacent Line CT 9 B2 BO 3
CB 11 A3
B3
CT BO 4
VT 12 A3 A4 B3
BO 4
13 BO 4 B3 B4 A4
14
BO 5
A4 A10 B4
15 BO 5
BUS VT 16 BO 5 B4 B10 A5
CB
ADJACENT LINE VT 17 BO 6
A5 A11 B5
18
BUS 20 BO 6
BO 6 B5 B11 A6
BO 7
A6 A12 B6
BO 7
BO 7 B6 B12 A7
(+)
[Default setting] CB1-A TB4 -A4 BO 8
A7 A13 B7
BI1 BO 8
CB auxiliary contacts BO 8 B7 B13 A8
(Closed when bus CB main CB1-B B4
contact closed.) BI2 BO 9
A8 B8
CB1-C A5
BO 9 B8 A9
BI3
B O 10
Signal receive (CH1) B5 A9 B9
BI4
B O 10 B9 A17 A10
(+)
Signal receive (CH2) A6 FD 2 B17
or Z1-EXT initiation BI5 B O 11
A10 B10
A18
External VT failure (EXT VTF) B6 B O 11 B10 B18 A11
BI6
B O 12
A7 A11 A15 B11
Disconnector N/O contact (+)
BI7 FD 1 B15
B O 12 B11 A12
Disconnector N/C contact B7
A16 B O 13
BI8 B12
IO#1 B16
Carrier protection block A8
BI9
A13

B8 IO #4 B O 14
B13
CB ready condition
BI10 TB2-A13
A9 SIGNAL SEND
B O 13
BI11 B13 (HIGH SPEED RELAY) IO #3
B9
A12
Autoreclose block (REC BLOCK) FA IL
BI12
RELAY FAILURE
B12 TB2-A18
Indication reset A10 COM2-A
BI13 TB2-A18 COM2-B A17
COM-A A16
B10 B18 COM2-0V
Main protection trip Dual RS485 I/F ports
BI14 COM1-A B18
A17
Main protection ON A11 COM-B COM1-B B17
RS485 I/F
BI15
B17
(-) (Single port) COM1-0V B16
EXT trip-A A16
TB2 -A14 COM-0V
BI16 B16
External trip signals EXT trip-B Ethernet LAN I/F
B14 IO#2
(CBF Initiation)
BI17
RJ45 (option) Caution
EXT trip-C
A15 Optical I/F
Connect FD output contact with A- to
(-) B15 BI18 (option) C-phase tripping output contacts in series.
TB5 -A14
BI19
CN1
B14 IO#3 IRIG-B
BI20
TB4-A3
A15
B15 BI21
B3
(-)
TP -A 1 A1
TRIP-A TB5 TB4 TB3 TB2 CN1
A1 B1 (IRIG-B)
RELAY FAIL.
≥1 TP -B 1 A2
DD FAIL. TRIP-B BUS CB
E
TB4 -A16 +5Vdc TP -C 1 B2
TRIP-C
DC (+) B16 DC-DC TB4-A14 TB1
SUPPLY A17
0V B14 1 2
(-) B17
A18
B18 TP -A 2 A12
TRIP-A
(∗1) A15 IO#3 IO#1 IO#4
A18 B18 19
IO#2
20

(∗1)These connections are connected B15 TP -B 2 A13 VCT


TRIP-B CENTER CB
by wire link before shipment.
CASE EARTH Terminal Block Arrangement (Rear view)
E TP -C 2 B13
TRIP-C

Figure 29 Typical external connection of Model 501

34
GRZ100
BUS
TB3- A2
BO 1 TB2-A1
A1
BUS VT BO 1
BO 2 B1
B1
TB1 -1 A2
CT 2 BO 3
3 B2 BO 2
B2
4
5 A3 A3
6
BO 4 BO 3
7 B3 B3
8
9 A4 A4
Io from 10
BO 5 BO 4
adjacent Line CT B4 B4
CB
11 A5 A5
VT
BO 6 BO 5
12 B5 B5

13 A6 A6
14
BO 7 BO 6
B6 B6
15
BUS VT 16 A7 A7
BO 8 BO 7
20 B7 B7
-
A8 A8
BO 9 BO 8
B8 B8
(+)
[Default setting]
A9 A9
CB1-A TB4 -A4
BI1 B O 10 BO 9
B9 B9
CB auxiliary contacts
CB1-B B4
(Closed when bus CB main A10 A10
contact closed.) BI2
B O 11 B O 10
B10 B10
CB1-C A5
BI3 A11

B5 B O 12 IO #3
B11
Transfer trip 1 BI4

TB3-A13
Transfer trip 2 A6
BI5 B O 13 (HIGH SPEED RELAY)
B13
B6 FA IL A12
External VT failure (EXT VTF) BI6 RELAY FAILURE
IO#1
B12
A7 TB3-A18
Disconnector N/O contact COM2-A
BI7 TB3-A18
COM-A COM2-B A17
B7 B18 A16
Disconnector N/C contact COM2-0V
Dual RS485 I/F ports
BI8 A17
COM-B RS485 I/F COM1-A B18
(Single port) B17
A8 B17 COM1-B
Carrier protection block
BI9 A16 COM1-0V B16
COM-0V
B8 B16
CB ready condition BI10
Ethernet LAN I/F
A9 (option)
BI11

Autoreclose block (REC BLOCK) B9


BI12
CN1
IRIG-B
Indication reset A10
BI13 TB4 CN2 TB3 TB2 CN1
A1 B1 A1 (IRIG-B)
CN2 B1
TX1
Main protection trip B10 CH1 RX1
BI14 CK1 Electrical E
A11 TX2 Interface
Main protection ON (*)CH2 RX2
B11 BI15 CK2 Communication
(-) or B10 TB1
EXT trip-A TX1 Links 1 2
CH1 IO#3
TB3 -A14 RX1 Optical
BI16 Interface
A18 B18 A18 B18
External trip signals EXT trip-B TX2
B14
IO#2 (*) CH2 IO#1 IO#2 19 20
(CBF Initiation) BI17 RX2 VCT

EXT trip-C For electrical interface


A15 TB4- A3
B15 BI18 (+)
(-) B3 CN1
TB4 TB3 TB2
A1 B1 A1 B1 (IRIG-B)
TP -A 1 A1
RELAY FAIL. TRIP-A TX1
≧1
RX1
DD FAIL. E
TP -B 1 A2
TRIP-B BUS CB (*)
TB4-A16 +5Vdc TX2
DC (+) B16 DC-DC B10 TB1
TP -C 1 B2 RX2
1 2
SUPPLY A17 TRIP-C IO#3
0V TB4-A14
(-) B17
A18 B14 (+)
A18 B18 A18 B18
B18 19 20
(∗1) IO#1 IO#2
A15 TP -A 2 A12 VCT
B15 TRIP-A
(∗1)These connections are connected For optical interface
by wire link before shipment. TP -B 2 A13
CASE EARTH TRIP-B
E Terminal Block Arrangement (Rear view)
TP -C 2 B13 (Note) GRZ100-211: 2 terminal system, not provided
TRIP-C
with terminals marked with (*).
GRZ100-221: 3 terminal system

Figure 30 Typical external connection of Models 211/221

35
GRZ100
BUS

TB3- A2 TB2-A1
BO 1
BUS VT A1 BO 1
B1
BO 2
TB1 -1 A2
B1
CT 2
3 BO 3 BO 2
B2
4 B2
5 A3
6
7 A3 BO 3
B3
8
BO 4
9 B3 A4
Io from 10
A4 BO 4
adjacent Line CT B4
CB
BO 5
11 B4 A5
VT
12 A5 BO 5
B5
BO 6
13 B5 A6
14
A6 BO 6
B6
15
BO 7
BUS VT 16 B6

20 A7 IO#3
- BO 8
B7

[Default setting] (+) A8


BO 9
CB1-A TB4 -B4 B8
CB1 contacts A4 BI1
(Closed when CB main CB1-B A9
B5
contact closed.) A5 BI2 B O 10
B9
CB1-C B6
A6 BI3 A10
B7
Transfer trip 1 B O 11
B10
A7 BI4
B8
Transfer trip 2 BI5
A11
A8
B9 B O 12
B11
External VT failure (EXT VTF) BI6
A9
B10 IO#1 TB3-A13
Disconnector N/O contact BI7
A10
B O 13 (HIGH SPEED RELAY)
B11 B13
Disconnector N/C contact BI8
A11 FA IL A12
B12 RELAY FAILURE
Carrier block BI9
A12 B12 TB3-A18
B13 COM2-A
Indication reset BI10
TB3-A18 A17
A13 COM-A COM2-B
B14 B18 COM2-0V A16
Protection block BI11 Dual RS485 I/F ports
A14 A17 B18
COM-B RS485 I/F COM1-A
B15 (Single port)
Z1X initiation B17 COM1-B B17
A15 BI12
(-) A16 COM1-0V B16
EXT trip-A TB3 –A14 COM-0V
B16
BI16
External trip signals EXT trip-B B14
BI17 IO#2 Ethernet LAN I/F
(CBF Initiation) RJ45
EXT trip-C A15 (option)
TB4 CN2 TB3 TB2 CN1
BI18 A1 B1 (IRIG-B)
(-) B15
A1 B1

TB2 –A7
OCI block BI19 E
CN1
B7 IRIG-B
EFI block BI20 B6 TB1
1 2
OC block A8 CN2 IO#3
BI21 TX1
CH1 RX1
DEF block B8 CK1 Electrical A18 B18 A18 B18
BI22 IO#3 TX2 Interface IO#1 IO#2 19 20
(*)CH2 RX2 VCT
EXTTP block A9 CK2 Communication
or
BI23 Links For electrical interface
TX1
CH1 Optical
STUB block B9 RX1
BI24 Interface TB4 TB3 TB2 CN1
A1 B1 A1 B1 (IRIG-B)
SOTF block A10 TX2
(*) CH2
BI25 RX2 TX1

(-) B10 RX1


E
(*)
RELAY FAIL. TX2
TB1
≧1 RX2 B6
DD FAIL. TB4- A3 IO#3
1 2
(+)
TB4-A16 B3
+5Vdc
DC (+) B16 DC-DC TP -A 1 A1 A18 B18 A18 B18
SUPPLY A17 TRIP-A IO#1 IO#2 19 20
0V VCT
(-) B17
A18 TP -B 1 A2 For optical interface
TRIP-B
B18
(∗1) A15 Terminal Block Arrangement (Rear view)
TP -C 1 B2
B15 TRIP-C
(∗1)These connections are connected (Note) GRZ100-214: 2 terminal system, not provided
by wire link before shipment. with terminals marked with (*).
CASE EARTH
E GRZ100-224: 3 terminal system

Figure 31 Typical external connection of Models 214/224

36
GRZ100
BUS

TB2- A2 TB5- A1 TB3- A2


BO 1 BO 1
BUS VT A1 BO 1
B1 A1
BO 2 BO 2
TB1 -1 A2
B1 B1
CT 2
3 BO 3 BO 2 BO 3
B2
4 B2 B2
5 A3
6 A3
7 BO 3
B3 A3
BO 4
8 B3
9 BO 4
A4 B3
Io from 10 A4
BO 4
adjacent Line CT B4 A4
BO 5
CB B4
11 BO 5
A5 B4
VT A5
12 BO 5
BO 6 B5 A5
B5
13 BO 6
A6 B5
14 A6
BO 6
BO 7 B6 A6
15 B6
BUS VT 16 A7 BO 7
B6
A7
BO 7
20 BO 8 B7 A7
B7
BO 8
A8 B7
[Default setting] (+) A8
BO 8
BO 9 B8 A8
CB1-A TB4 -B4 B8
CB1 contacts BI1 A9 BO 9
A4 B8
(Closed when CB main CB1-B A9
B5 BO 9
BI2 B9 A9
contact closed.) A5 B O 10
B9
CB1-C B6 B O 10
A10 B9
A6 BI3 A10
B O 10
B7 B10 A10
Transfer trip 1 B O 11
B10
A7 BI4
B O 11
B10
Transfer trip 2 B8
A11 IO #3
A8 BI5
B O 12 A11
B9 B11
External VT failure (EXT VTF) BI6 B O 12
A9 B11
B10 IO#1 TB2-A13
Disconnector N/O contact BI7
A10 A12
B O 13 (HIGH SPEED RELAY)
B11 B13 B O 13
Disconnector N/C contact BI8 B12
A11 FA IL A12
B12 RELAY FAILURE
Carrier block A13
A12 BI9 B12
B O 14
B13 B13
Indication reset BI10 TB3-A18
A13 COM-A
B14
Protection block BI11
B18 IO #4
A14 A17
COM-B RS485 I/F
B15 TB3-A18
Z1X initiation (Single port) COM2-A
BI12 B17
A15 A17
(-) A16 COM2-B
EXT trip-A TB2 –A14 COM-0V A16
COM2-0V
BI16 B16 Dual RS485 I/F ports
COM1-A B18
External trip signals EXT trip-B B14 Ethernet LAN I/F
IO#2 RJ45 (option) COM1-B B17
(CBF Initiation) BI17
EXT trip-C A15 COM1-0V B16
BI18 T Fibre optic I/F
B15 (option)
(-) R
TB5 –A12
OCI block BI19
CN1
IRIG-B
B12
EFI block BI20
CN2
A13 TX1 Electrical Communication
OC block CH1 RX1
BI21 CK1 Interface Links
DEF block B13 TX2
BI22 IO#3 (*)CH2 RX2
CK2 or TB5 TB4 TB3 TB2 CN1
A14 CN2 (IRIG-B)
EXTTP block TX1
A1 B1
BI23 CH1 Optical
RX1
STUB block B14 Interface
E
BI24
TX2
A15 (*) CH2
SOTF block RX2
TB1
BI25
1 2
ARC block B15
BI26

CB1 ready A16 A18 B18


BI27 IO#1 IO#4 19 20
IO#3 IO#2
VCT
CBF block B16
BI28 For electrical interface
(-) A18
TB3 –A14 TB5 TB4 TB3 TB2 CN1
BI34 A1 B1 (IRIG-B)
TB4- A3
B14 (+) TX1
BI35 IO#4 B3 RX1 E
A15 TP -A 1 A1
TRIP-A (*)
BI36 TX2
TB1
(-) B15 RX2 2
1
TP -B 1 A2
RELAY FAIL. TRIP-B
≧1
DD FAIL. TP -C 1 B2
TRIP-C A18 B18
19 20
TB4-A16 +5Vdc IO#3 IO#1 IO#4 IO#2
VCT
DC (+) B16 DC-DC
A17 For optical interface
SUPPLY 0V
(-) B17
Terminal Block Arrangement (Rear view)
A18
(∗1)These connections are connected (∗1) B18 (Note) GRZ100-216: 2 terminal system, not provided
by wire link before shipment. with terminals marked with (*).
CASE EARTH
E GRZ100-226: 3 terminal system

Figure 32 Typical external connection of Models 216/226

37
GRZ100
BUS BUS VT
TB1 -1 TB3- A2
TB2-A1
2 BO 1
CT 3 A1 BO 1
B1
4
BO 2
5 B1 A2
CB 6
7 BO 3 BO 2
B2
8 B2
Io from 9 A3
adjacent Line CT 10 A3
BO 3
CB B3
11 BO 4 B3
CT A4
VT 12
A4
BO 4
B4
13 BO 5 B4
14 A5
A5 BO 5
15 B5
BUS VT 16 BO 6
CB B5
ADJACENT LINE VT 17 A6
18 A6 BO 6
BUS B6
20
BO 7 B6
A7
A7 BO 7
B7
BO 8 B7
(+) A8
[Default setting]
CB1-A TB4 -A4 A8 BO 8
B8
BI1
BO 9 B8
CB auxiliary contacts A9
CB1-B B4
(Closed when bus CB main
BI2 A9 BO 9
contact closed.) B9
CB1-C B O 10 B9
A5 A10
BI3
A10 B O 10
B10
B5
Transfer trip 1 BI4 B O 11 B10

A11
IO #3
Transfer trip 2 A6
BI5
B O 12 B11
B6
External VT failure (EXT VTF) BI6
IO#1 TB3-A13

A7 B O 13
Disconnector N/O contact B13 (HIGH SPEED RELAY)
BI7
FA IL A12
B7
Disconnector N/C contact RELAY FAILURE
BI8 B12

A8 TB3-A18
Carrier protection block TB3-A18 COM2-A
BI9 COM-A
COM2-B A17
B18
B8 A16
CB1 ready condition BI10 A17 COM2-0V
Dual RS485 I/F portss
COM-B
RS485 I/F COM1-A B18
CB2 ready condition A9 B17
(Single port) COM1-B B17
BI11 A16
COM-0V COM1-0V B16
B9 B16
Autoreclose block (REC BLOCK)
BI12
RJ45 Ethernet LAN I/F
(option)
Indication reset A10
BI13

Main protection trip B10


BI14 CN1
IRIG-B CN1
Main protection ON A11 A1
TB4 CN2 TB3 TB2
B1 B1 (IRIG-B)
B11 BI15 Communication A1
(-) CN2
TX1 Links
EXT trip-A CH1 RX1
TB3 -A14 CK1 Electrical E
BI16 TX2 Interface
(*)CH2 RX2
External trip signals EXT trip-B B14 CK2 B10 TB1
IO#2 or
(CBF Initiation) BI17 TX1
1 2
CH1 Optical
EXT trip-C RX1
A15 Interface
A18 B18 A18 B18
B15 BI18 19 20
(-) TX2 IO#1 IO#2
(*) CH2 VCT
RX2
For electrical interface
TB4-A3
B3 TB4 TB3 TB2 CN1
A1 B1 B1 (IRIG-B)
A1
TP -A 1 A1 TX1
TRIP-A
RX1
RELAY FAIL. E
≥1 TP -B 1 A2 BUS CB
DD FAIL. TRIP-B (*)
TX2

RX2 B10 TB1


TB4 -A16 +5Vdc TP -C 1 B2 1 2
DC TRIP-C
B16 DC-DC
SUPPLY A17 TB4-A14
0V
B17 B14 A18 B18 A18 B18
19 20
A18 IO#1 IO#2
VCT
B18 TP -A 2 A12
TRIP-A CENTER CB For optical interface
(∗1)These connections are connected (∗1) A15
by wire link before shipment. B15
TP -B 2 A13 Terminal Block Arrangement (Rear view)
TRIP-B
CASE EARTH (Note) GRZ100-311: 2 terminal system, not provided
E TP -C 2 B13
TRIP-C with terminals marked with (*).
GRZ100-321: 3 terminal system

Figure 33 Typical external connection of Model 311/321

38
GRZ100
BUS BUS VT
TB1 -1 TB2- A2 BO 1 TB5- A2 TB3- A2
BO 1
2 BO 1
CT 3 A1 A1 A1
4 BO 2 BO 2
BO 2
5 B1
CB BO 3 B1 B1
6 BO 3
7 BO 3
8 B2 B2 B2
Io from 9
adjacent Line CT 10 A3 A3 A3
CB 11 BO 4 BO 4 BO 4
B3 B3 B3
CT VT 12 A4 A4 A4
13 BO 5 BO 5 BO 5
B4 B4 B4
14
A5 A5 A5
15
BUS VT 16 BO 6 B5 BO 6 BO 6
CB B5 B5
ADJACENT LINE VT 17
18 A6 A6 A6
BUS 20
BO 7 B6 BO 7 BO 7
B6 B6
(+)
A7 A7 A7
[Default setting] CB1-A TB4- A4
BO 8 B7 BO 8 BO 8
BI1 B7 B7
CB auxiliary contacts
(Closed when bus CB main CB1-B B4 A8 A8 A8
contact closed.) BI2
BO 9 B8 BO 9 BO 9
B8 B8
CB1-C A5
BI3 A9 A9 A9

B5 B O 10 B9 B O 10 B O 10
Transfer trip 1 B9 B9
BI4
A10 A10 A10
Transfer trip 2 A6
B O 11 B O 11
BI5 B10 B10 B O 11
B10

B6 A11 A11 A11


External VT failure (EXT VTF)
BI6
B O 12 B11 B O 12 B O 12
B11 B11
A7
Disconnector N/O contact
BI7 TB2-A13 A12 A12
B O 13 B O 13
Disconnector N/C contact B7 B13 (HIGH SPEED RELAY) B12 B O 13
B12
BI8
FA IL A12 A13 A13
Carrier protection block A8 IO#1 RELAY FAILURE
BI9 B12 B O 14 B13 B O 14 B13

CB1 ready condition B8 TB3-A18


BI10 COM-A
B18 IO #3 IO #4
CB2 ready condition A9
A17
BI11 COM-B
B17 RS485 I/F TB3-A18
B9 (Single port) COM2-A
Autoreclose block (REC BLOCK) A17
A16 COM2-B
BI12 COM-0V
COM2-0V A16
B16 Dual RS485 I/F ports
Indication reset A10
COM1-A B18
BI13 RJ45 Ethernet LAN I/F
COM1-B B17
(option)
Main protection trip B10
COM1-0V B16
BI14 T Fibre optic I/F
A11 R (option)
Main protection ON
(-) B11 BI15 CN1
EXT trip-A IRIG-B
TB2 -A14
BI16
CN2
External trip signals EXT trip-B B14
TX1 Electrical Communication
(CBF Initiation) CH1 RX1
IO#2 CK1 Interface Links
BI17
TX2
EXT trip-C A15 CH2 RX2
CK2 or TB5 TB4 TB3 CN1
CN2 TB2
(-) B15 BI18
TX1 A1 B1 (IRIG-B)
CB2-A CH1 Optical
TB5 -A14 RX1
Interface
BI19 E
CB auxiliary contacts
(Closed when bus CB main CB2-B CH2 TX2
B14 IO#3 RX2
contact closed.) BI20 TB1
1 2
CB2-C A15
B15 BI21
(-) B18
A18
TB3- A14 TB4-A3 IO#3 IO#1 IO#4 IO#2
19 20
(+) BI34 VCT
B3
For electrical interface
B14
BI35 IO#4 TP -A 1 A1
TRIP-A TB5 TB4 TB3 CN2 TB2 CN1
A15 A1 B1 (IRIG-B)
TP -B 1 A2 BUS CB
B15 BI36 TRIP-B TX1
(-) RX1 E
TP -C 1 B2
RELAY FAIL. TRIP-C
≥1 TB4-A14 TX2
DD FAIL. TB1
B14 RX2
1 2
TB4 -A16 +5Vdc
DC TP -A 2 A12
B16 DC-DC TRIP-A
SUPPLY A17 A18 B18
0V IO#3 IO#1 IO#4 19 20
B17 TP -B 2 A13 IO#2
TRIP-B CENTER CB VCT
A18
B18 For optical interface
(∗1)These connections are connected (∗1) A15 TP -C 2 B13
TRIP-C Terminal Block Arrangement (Rear view)
by wire link before shipment. B15

CASE EARTH
E

Figure 34 Typical external connection of Model 323

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