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G30 Relay

Application & Configuration

Craig Wester GE Multilin
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G30 is Member of UR Relay Family

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The UR Family
A Common Hardware/Software Architecture

Modular Construction Reduces Part Inventory

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The Universal Relay Family
Covering all Protection and Control Applications
Generation Protection
G30 – Generator & Transformer Protection G60 – Generator Protection

Feeder Protection
F35 – Feeder Protection (1-6 feeders) F60 – Feeder Protection (with Hi-Z)

Transformer Protection
T35 – Transformer Protection (6 winding) T60 – Transformer Protection

Capacitor Bank Protection
C70 – Capacitor Bank Protection & Control

Motor Protection
M60 – Motor Protection

Transmission Line Protection
L60 – Line Phase Comparison Protection L90 – Line Differential Protection D30 – Backup Distance Protection D60 – Line Distance Protection (pilot schemes)

Network Protection
N60 – Network Protection and Synchrophasors (4 PMU’s)

Controllers
C30 – Controller C60 – Breaker Management

Bus Protection
B30 – Bus Differential Protection (6 Circuits) B90 – Bus Differential System (8 to 24 Circuits) F35+HID – High Impedance Bus

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Topics
 Overview of application

ANSI functions in relay needed for application

 Modules needed  Creating the part number  Wiring to modules
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Terminals Voltage monitoring Current monitoring

 Programming the relay
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Protection summary Trip Bus FlexLogic Viewpoint Engineer

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Overview of Application

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ANSI Functions within G30

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Single-Line Diagram
With Step-Up Transformer Main Generator Protection uses Transformer High-side CTs & PTs
1, 2 or 3 3

2 or 3

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87GT

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Single-Line Diagram
No Step-up Transformer Main Generator Protection Assigned to Generator Terminal CTs & PTs
3 1, 2 or 3

2 or 3

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87GT

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87RGF

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Modules Needed & Model Number Selection

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orizontal Model Number Structur

Model: G30-N00-HLH-F8L-H6P-M8L-P5C-UXX-WXX

Vertical Model Number Structure

Model: G30-N00-VLH-F8L-H6P-M8L-PXX

Module Details & Wiring

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Local Control/Display (Type L Faceplate)

Backlit Keypad 16 Large User Programmable Pushbuttons 3 Small User Programmable Pushbuttons Status LED for Each Pushbutton Eliminates Existing Panel Control Switches

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Rear Terminals of Horizontal G30 Relay Example Model: G30-N00-HLH-F8L-H6P-M8L-P5C-UXX-WXX
4CT (M1) RTD (5C) I/O4CT (F1) CPU Pwr (6P) Supply

4VT (M5)

4VT (F5)
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Rear Terminals of Vertical G30 Relay
Example Model: G30-N00-VLH-F8L-H6P-M8L-PXX

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Power Supply Module
Power Supply
Power Supply
•Two Ranges •19-60 VDC (L) •88-300 VDC / 88288 VAC (H) •Battery for Memory Backup

Control Power: B6b-B6a 24Vdc B5b-B6a 125Vdc Grounds B8a, B8b, Chassis Gnd
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CPU Module
CPU
Main Processor

•High-speed 32-Bit RISC CPU > 50 MIPS, up to 120 MIPS
(MIPS - Million Instructions per Second)

CPU

FLASH memory •Easy firmware upgrades •High-Speed Comms support •10/100 Mbps Ethernet LAN •RS485 •IRIG-B Input •Capacitor Memory Backup

Ethernet Port

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Communication Protocols
• Internet/Intranet Ready - IP Address Internet/Intranet Ready - IP Address • Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) for Real Time Clock Simple Network Time for Real Clock Synchronization • Modbus RTU protocol
– Standard Front Port: RS232 (point-to-point) Standard Front Port: RS232 (point-to-point) – Rear Ports: RS485 up to 115kbps, 10/100BaseT (Ethernet) or Rear Ports: RS485 up to 115kbps, 10/100BaseT (Ethernet) or 10/100BaseF (Fiber Optic) 10/100BaseF (Fiber Optic) – Available over TCP/IP Available over TCP/IP

• DNP 3.0 Protocol (CERTIFIED) 3.0 Protocol (CERTIFIED) • IEC61850 protocol (optional)
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– Rear Ports: RS485 up to 115kbps and 10/100BaseT/F Ethernet Rear Ports: RS485 up to 115kbps and 10/100BaseT/F Ethernet

Physical: 10/100BaseT (Ethernet) or 10/100BaseF (Fiber Optic) Physical: 10/100BaseT (Ethernet) or 10/100BaseF (Fiber Optic) Available Only on CPUs with Ethernet Port(s) Available Only on CPUs with Ethernet Port(s)

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– Ethernet Connections Ethernet Connections

DNP, Modbus, IEC61850 protocols simultaneously available on Ethernet port

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CT/VT Modules (Type 8L)
DSP + CT/VT
DSP & Magnetics
DSP processor + CT/VTs

•Modular CT/VT configurations CT Shorting • up to 8 CT/VTs
Clip

•High-speed digital sampling
>16 Bit A/D converter > 64 samples / cycle

•High-speed 16-Bit DSP
> 32 MIPS, up to 80 MIPS

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

CT Shorting Clip

M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M

•“Sources” Concept
User Selects CT/VT Input for Protection Element

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Terminal Blocks

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Input/Output Modules
Digital I/O
Status Inputs / Control Outputs

• Many Module Choices
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2 Form A, 2 Form C and 8 Inputs 2 Form A, 2 Form C and 8 Inputs 2 Form A, 4 Form C and 4 Inputs 2 Form A, 4 Form C and 4 Inputs 8 Form C Outputs 8 Form C Outputs 4 Form C, 8 Inputs 4 Form C, 8 Inputs 8 Fast Form C 8 Fast Form C 6 Form A, 4 Inputs 6 Form A, 4 Inputs 16 Inputs 16 Inputs 4 Form A, 8 Inputs (6N) 4 Form A, 8 Inputs (6N) 4 Form C, 8 Inputs (6P) 4 Form C, 8 Inputs (6P) 4 Form C, 4 Fast Form C 4 Form C, 4 Fast Form C 14 Latching Relays 14 Latching Relays

DIGITAL I/O

•Control outputs •Solid State •Electromechanic al multiple types •Fast activation (< 4ms) •Status inputs •Dry and Wet contacts •18 - 300 VDC •Fast detection speeds (0.5-16ms

• Transducer I/O
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8 dcmA 8 dcmA 8 RTD inputs (5C) 8 RTD inputs (5C) 4 dcmA & 4 RTD 4 dcmA & 4 RTD

• Digital Inputs Flexibility
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Dry or Wet Type (48 Vdc provided by Dry or Wet Type (48 Vdc provided by relay) relay) Minimum Pickup Value Software Minimum Pickup Value Software Setting Setting
– 17, 33, 84 or 166 Vdc 17, 33, 84 or 166 Vdc

• Digital Output Monitoring

Current and Voltage Monitoring of Trip Current and Voltage Monitoring of Trip 22 & Close Circuits

Input/Output Module (6P module in “H” slot)
H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H

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Input/Output Module (6N module in “H” slot)

H H H H H H H H H H H

H H H H H H H H H H

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H H H H H H H H H H H H

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Contact Input Wiring

Contact Inputs are polarity sensitive

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dcMA or RTD Inputs/Outputs
Analog I/O
Analog Transducer I/O

RTD Inputs (Type 5C)
P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P

ANALOG I/O

• Transducer type inputs & outputs •dcmA •RTD

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Rear Terminals of G30 Relay
Example Model: G30-N00-HLH-F8L-H6P-M8L-P5C-UXX-WXX
4CT (M1) RTD (5C) I/O4CT (F1) CPU Pwr (6P) Supply

4VT (M5)

4VT (F5)
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Metering & Monitoring
• Current (Phase, Neutral and Ground) - [mag & ang] Current (Phase, Neutral and Ground) - [mag & ang] • Voltage (Vab Vbc Vca Van Vbn Vcn) - [mag& ang] Voltage (Vab Vbc Vca Van Vbn Vcn) - [mag& ang] • Sequence Components of I & V Sequence Components of I & V
– I0, I1, I2, V0, V1, V2 I0, I1, I2, V0, V1, V2 – Accuracy: ± 1.0% of reading Accuracy: ± 1.0% of reading – Accuracy: ± 1% of reading Accuracy: ± 1% of reading – Accuracy: ± 1% Accuracy: ± 1% – Accuracy: ± 0.25% of reading from 10 to 208 V Accuracy: ± 0.25% of reading from 10 to 208 V – Accuracy: ± 0.25% of reading or ± 0.1% of rating from 0.1 to 2.0 x CT rating Accuracy: ± 0.25% of reading or ± 0.1% of rating from 0.1 to 2.0 x CT rating (whichever is greater) (whichever is greater)

• Apparent Power (VA) - 1ph & 3ph Apparent Power (VA) - 1ph & 3ph • Real Power (Watts) - 1ph & 3ph Real Power (Watts) - 1ph & 3ph • Reactive Power (Vars) - 1ph & 3ph Reactive Power (Vars) - 1ph & 3ph • Power Factor - 1ph & 3ph Power Factor - 1ph & 3ph • Energy (Pos & Neg Wh, Varh) - 3ph Energy (Pos & Neg Wh, Varh) - 3ph • Frequency Frequency • Differential Currents Differential Currents • Synchrocheck (V, Hz, Mag) Synchrocheck (V, Hz, Mag) • Phasor Diagrams Phasor Diagrams
– Accuracy: ± 0.02 Accuracy: ± 0.02

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Programmable LEDs and Labels
Easy Labeling

Large Label Text

Large LED’s

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Programming Relay

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GE Multilin Software
• EnerVista UR Setup
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Manages communications to all relays Retrieves event logs, fault reports, oscillography Settings file firmware management and firmware management Lock configurations for repeatability FlexLogic Editor to create logic using a graphical interface FlexLogic Monitor for real-time debugging/testing/commissioning
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• ViewPoint Engineer
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Functional Diagram

CT & VT Inputs Remote Inputs IEC61850 GSSE IEC61850 GOOSE IEC61850 GSSE IEC61850 GOOSE

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EnerVista: Setup Software
. . . Simplified Device Configuration

Settings Configuration:

• Communicate with multiple relays at the same time • Configure settings both On-Line and Offline • Copy and paste settings • Duplicate settings files • Easy to navigate menu tree • Quick connect communications • Common look and feel for all products

Metering:
• • • • Status of all inputs and outputs Real-time metering with phasor diagrams Analyzing of current and voltage harmonics Viewing of relay front panel

Troubleshooting & Maintenance:
• • • • • Analyzing of event records Powerful oscillography COMTRADE viewer Real time data logging and fault reports Compare relay settings with setting file Upgrade firmware
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Protection Summary

. . . Quickly Lists which Protection Functions are Enabled and Gives Link to That Function

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Trip Bus – Set Relay without Using Logic

. . . 16 input OR gate….up to 6 TRIP BUS elements can be configured

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Sources and Transformer Configuration

Note CT polarities in Typical Wiring Diagram and connections to G30. These are necessary to correctly meter forward power. The transformer phase shift setting must compensate the measured relay currents for both the actual phase shift of the transformer, and any phase due to the CT polarities and connections.

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Sources and Transformer Assumption: Configuration Step-up Transformer is -30° lagging (from line side to generator

Sources to match Typical Wiring Diagram:

Transformer Configuration

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Single-Line Diagram
With Step-Up Transformer Main Generator Protection uses Transformer High-side CTs & PTs F8
1, 2 or 3

F1-F3

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2 or 3

F5-F7 Y
87RGF

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M1-M3 3 M4
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Programmable Logic - Viewpoint Engineer
. . . Design Ease and Productivity Improvement

Graphical Flexlogic Editor

• Create logic using a graphical editor • Document logic and store documentation in setting file • Detects errors commonly made in logic creation • Allows for configuration through to elements, I/O, LEDs, etc. • Capability to build and organize logic on separate worksheets

Graphical Flexlogic Analyzer

• Analyze the status of Flexlogic in Real-Time • Easily detect problems in wiring • Simplify commissioning by easily following status of logic on the screen

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Graphical Programmable Logic Designer
. . . Customized Control and Operation Logic

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“Click To” Protection Elements for Editing
. . . Reduces Engineering and Setting File Creation Time

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Dynamic Logic Monitor

. . . Aids in Troubleshooting and Reduces Installation Time

Highlights show asserted logic
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