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RTU560 Remote Terminal Unit RTU560 Function Description Release 10 Part 1: Overview

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This document gives an overview about the RTU560 Family

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1 2 Introduction ............................................................................ 1-1 RTU560 Application and Features ........................................ 2-1
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Overview .......................................................................................... 2-1 Application ....................................................................................... 2-1 Features ........................................................................................... 2-2 System Design ................................................................................ 2-3 System Concept .............................................................................. 2-4

System Overview ................................................................... 3-1


3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 Cyber Security ................................................................................. 3-1 Telecontrol Functions..................................................................... 3-1 External Communication ................................................................ 3-2 PLC Development System ............................................................. 3-2 System Redundancy ....................................................................... 3-3 Status and Diagnostic Information ............................................... 3-3 Local Print and Local Archive ....................................................... 3-3 Integrated Human Machine Interface ............................................ 3-4

Safety Instructions ................................................................ 4-1


4.1 Introduction ..................................................................................... 4-1 4.2 Regulations for Installation and Operation .................................. 4-1 4.3 If ABB RTU560 devices are coupled with or fed by powerfrequency voltage networks of over-voltage category III qualified protective provisions have to be taken to guarantee over-voltage category II (1500 V max. transient) according to VDE 0110 at the terminal connectors (e.g. surge voltage protectors).The secondary circuit should be connected to protective terminal. Application Hints 4-1 4.3.1 Qualified Personal ............................................................... 4-2 4.3.2 Use according to the Rules .................................................. 4-2 4.4 Warnings and Cautions .................................................................. 4-2

Installation Instructions ........................................................ 5-1


5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 Transport, Unpacking, Identification and Storage ...................... 5-1 Documents and Instructions ......................................................... 5-1 Cubicle Installation ......................................................................... 5-1 Electrical Installation ...................................................................... 5-2 5.4.1 Cable Grounding .................................................................. 5-2 5.4.2 Cable Routing ...................................................................... 5-2 Function Test ................................................................................... 5-2 5.5.1 Aids ...................................................................................... 5-2 5.5.2 Connection of Supply Voltage ............................................. 5-3 5.5.3 Function Test ....................................................................... 5-3

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6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 RTU560 Function Description ........................................................ 6-1 Hardware Data Sheets .................................................................... 6-2 Connections and Settings .............................................................. 6-3 Host Communication Interfaces .................................................... 6-3 Sub-device Communication Interfaces......................................... 6-3 1KGT 150 733 V004 1 III

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Users Guides ................................................................................... 6-3 Security Documents ....................................................................... 6-4

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Abbreviations
AMI ASO BCU BSI BSO CMU CS CSC CS-Command CRC CTO DCO DMI DPI DSO EPI GCD HCI IED IIN IOC IOD IOM ITI MFI MPU NCC PB PBP PDP PLC PPP PSR PSU RCO RTC SBO ABB AG Analog Measured value Input Analog Set point command Output Bus Connection Unit Bit String Input (8, 16 bit) Bit String Output (1, 2, 8, 16 bit) Communication and Data Processing Unit Control System Command Supervision Channel Clock Synch Command Cyclic Redundancy Check Common Time Object Double Command Output Digital Measured value Input (8, 16 bit) Double Point Input Digital Set point command Output (8, 16 bit) Event of Protection equipment Input (1bit) General Configuration Data Host Communication Interface Intelligent Electronic Device Internal Indication I/O Controller (Controller on I/O Board) Input Output Data I/O Bus Master (Function of SLC) Integrated Totals Input Analog Measured value Floating Input Main Processing Unit Network Control Center Peripheral Bus Peripheral Bus Processor Process Data Processing Programmable Logic Control Point to Point Protocol Power Supply for Racks Power Supply Unit Regulation step Command Output Real Time Clock Select Before Operate 1KGT 150 733 V004 1 v

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SCADA SCI SCO SEV SLC SOC SOE SPI STI TSI TSO

Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition Sub-Device Communication Interface Single Command Output System Events Serial Line Controller Strobe Output Channel Sequence-of-Event Queue Single Point Input Step position Input (8 bit) Time Synch Input Time Synch Output

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Introduction

The RTU560 is required to be configurable to nearly all demands made on remote stations in networks for electrical substations, gas, oil, water or district heating. It therefore provides a flexible and modular design with many integrated functionalities covering a wide range of individual solutions suitable for transmission, distribution substations, smart grid or feeder automation applications. This document describes: Applications and features of the RTU560 family The applicable safety and installation instructions Structure and contents of the RTU560 documentation

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2.1 Overview

RTU560 Application and Features

The task to monitor and control the network for energy to reach an economical operation control requests an ongoing penetration of the network down to the lowest levels. The increasing requirements concerning the availability of energy and their distribution and transportation leads to increasing demands on control systems. Improved and new communication possibilities with a higher transmission bandwidth and new transmission media allow the telecontrol technology to realize these tasks.

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Application
The RTU560 is required to be configurable to nearly all demands made on remote stations in networks for electrical substations, gas, oil, water or district heating.

Figure 2-1:

Typical configuration of a telecontrol system

Increasing capabilities of decentralized and closed-loop control solutions allow running more functions directly in the station. The RTU560 supports this on the one hand with own PLC programs that can be used for control tasks and on the other hand with its capability to communicate with the external control, protection and monitoring units via serial lines. The RTU560 distributes process information from these units on the demands for station- and network control to several network control centers (NCC).

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RTU560 Application and Features

The RTU560 uses a set of communication units (CMUs) and I/O modules to build up configurations appropriate to the particular application and data point profile of a station. The possibilities range from configurations for some I/O process data points and one single communication unit for typical small pump stations or ring main unit stations over medium size stations for distribution up to large stations on transmission grid level. The engineering work is a relevant cost factor that can be reduced by standardization of the process data model and the use of state-of-the-art engineering tools. These tools must support all types of configurations that are possible with the RTU560 family and both the demands of communication networks for telecontrol and the customers demands for the distributed stations. The engineering of the process signals for the RTU560 units and projects is done via the tool 'RTUtil560'. Project means here a telecontrol network with several remote stations combined with router stations etc. The RTUtil560 supports process signal routing from small station on the lowest level up to the highest level for network control centers (NCC). Typically, it includes the conversion from a telecontrol protocol 'A' to another telecontrol protocol 'B' used on the next level, for example from DNP3 to IEC 870-5-104. The RTUtil560 generates all files requested to run the RTU560 units. To reduce traveling costs and to get a higher flexibility for configuration extensions or modifications, the RTUtil560 and the RTU560 concept allow to download the files into the RTU560 in the stations via INTRANET using WEB browser technology or, if the protocol supports file transfer, via the communication line.

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Features
The telecontrol system RTU560 transmits the process information derived from the various units in the station to the control centers and from the control centers to the addressed control units within the station. Besides the acquisition and processing of the directly parallel wired process signals to the RTU560 IO-process interface, the RTU560 is designed to link serial communication routes within the station as well as to the higher control level. This can be another RTU560 router station or a network control center. Within the station, it is the connection of other existing additional control, protection or monitoring devices (Intelligent Electronic Devices = IED) via serial interfaces. The RTU560 concept allows the economical adaptation to the requested, different serial links by cascading the communication and processing units according to the number of needed serial interfaces. Functional system features of the RTU560 to fulfill the requirements for remote control stations are:

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High functional scope for telecontrol application functions PLC capabilities to execute control and closed loop control applications for pump stations, hydro power plants, station interlocking for electrical substations, etc.. Archiving of process and station events in a sequence of event lists in the Flash memory. Accessible via Intranet or equivalent independent network. Archiving of Integrated Totals (ITI) and Analog Measured Values (AMI) in the Flash memory. Accessible via Intranet or equivalent independent network. Reading and archiving of disturbance files from protection relays on request of the protection relay. Reading of the disturbance files by file transfer over a separate communication network (e.g. Intranet) on user's demand. Independent and direct information of available new disturbance files in the disturbance file archive to the NCC. Possibility to build (engineer) group alarms for the typical alarm messages, beside a PLC program. Interfacing nearly all types and big numbers of IEDs in a station via serial telecontrol protocols, like IEC 60870-5-103, MODBUS, SPA-Bus, DNP3, or via Ethernet like IEC 60870-5-104 or IEC 61850. Marshalling and filtering process events to the connected NCCs . Decoupling transaction sequences and delay times to the different NCCs by using a separate process data base per NCC link. Remote access for diagnostic purposes via Web-Browser and Internet or Intranet. With detailed information down to each process signal. Integrated HMI (Human Machine Interface) for process supervision and control. Via Web-Browser and Internet or Intranet. Sophisticated security features for user account management, user activity logging and protection against unexpected attacks.

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System Design
The RTU560 family can be divided into two different mounting types: Rack mounted systems DIN Rail mounted systems The features of the rack mounted system are described in 'Function Description, Part 2', while the DIN rail mounted system is described in 'Part 3' (see chapter RTU560 Function Description). Rack mounted and DIN rail mounted components can be used together in one RTU560 system.

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System Concept

Different network control systems

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Figure 2-2: RTU560 System concept, Rack Mounting Figure 2-2 shows the basic concept for the RTU560 family. The RTU560 is based on a communication node which is highly flexible. The number of CMU boards depends on the demands in a station or router RTU. Each CMU type has a number of serial interfaces to connect serial communication links using up to four different communication protocols either as Host Communication Interface (HCI= Slave protocol) or as Sub-device Communication Interface (SCI = Master protocol). This concept allows cascading the number of CMUs to the demands on different protocols and interfaces. Another main aspect is the internal communication concept. To avoid several special conversions etc. all process information, regardless from which interface received, are converted into an internal presentation and distributed to all CMUs via the RTU560 System bus. Therefore, each protocol module needs only the conversion into/from the internal presentation. This requests also that each protocol module has its own process data base for signal processing etc.

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The most important features are: Multi processor technology for the communication modules (Rack mounting only) Redundant communication units with warm standby performance (Rack mounting) Redundant power supplies for most of the racks (Rack mounting only) Redundant communication links for serial lines and Ethernet, possible on one CMU Process event archive on Flash memory Disturbance file archive on Flash memory with directory organization per protection relay and autonomous read out of the disturbance files Remote diagnostic via Web-Browser for all RTU560 families Up to 5000 process data points within one RTU560, including all direct connected process signals and all signals via serial links Increasing performance of event access via RTU560 peripheral bus by splitting the IO-racks in different bus segments. Maximum 32 bus segments are possible (Rack mounting only) The basic design is field proven and has demonstrated its stability in several installations world wide. Possibility to run more then one PLC program in parallel Small number of different hardware modules High availability One engineering tool for the complete RTU560 family (RTUtil560)

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3.1 Cyber Security

System Overview

A set of security features is available to fulfill basic requirements of the following security standards: NERC/CIP North American Electric Reliability Corporation - Critical Infrastructure Protection IEC 62351 Power systems management and associated information interchange - Data and communications security IEEE 1686 Standard for Substation Intelligent Electronic Devices (IED) Cyber Security Capabilities The a.m. standards require the following security features: Confidentiality Availability Authentication, Authorization Audit ability Secure communication links Robustness of external interfaces Verify the identity of a user Logging of user activities

The following security functions are included in the RTU560: User Account Management (UAM), integrated in the Webserver User Activity Logging (UAL) on the CompactFlash of the CMU

Closing of unused TCP/IP ports Enabling/disabling of Webserver use individually per CMU Virtual Private Network communication HTTPS support for integrated Webserver Support of SYSLOG and ArcSight Server Security Event and Alarms via telecontrol protocols

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Telecontrol Functions
The telecontrol functions (SCADA) in monitoring direction are executed on the binary input boards 23BE23/23BE40/23BE50 and the analogue input board 23AE23 of the RTU560, the analogue input board 23AI60/211AID50 and the binary input board 23BI61/211BID51 of the RTU211, and the binary and analogue inputs of the integrated multi input/output board of the 560CIG10. The SCADA functions in command direction are described for the I/O board 23BA20/23BA40 of the RTU560, 23BO61/62/211BOD52 of the RTU211 and the binary outputs of the integrated multi input/output board within the 560CIG10. The telecontrol functions are described in part 5 of the Function Description.

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External Communication
The RTU560 allows the communication with up to 16 different host systems by using the communication interfaces provided by the CMUs. Different instances of host communication interfaces do not have any dependencies between each other. They have a separated set of configuration parameters and are running independently from each other during runtime. Because of the different requirements of protocols supported by the RTU560, this chapter describes only the general functionalities and principles of host communication interfaces. Detailed information is given in the corresponding protocol descriptions. The sub-device communication interface is used for communication between the RTU560 and subordinated devices. Subordinated devices can be other RTU560s or in generalother intelligent electronic devices (IED). The communication of multiple IEDs with different communication protocols is one of the basic concepts of the RTU560. The SCI supports various communication protocols. The protocol specific configuration parameters are described in additional documents. The configuration of the SCIs and communication lines with their protocols is done via the RTUtil560. There are no hardware switches to configure the interfaces. The communication features are described in part 6 of the Function Description.

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PLC Development System


This chapter describes the PLC function, the RTU560 runtime system for control applications. It has been designed according to IEC61131-3 and is engineered with the programming and debug system "MULTIPROG wt". The PLC function is a licensed software package that generally enables the CMU to run PLC applications and to communicate with MULTIPROG wt for loading and debugging of applications. It is started at boot time of the CMU if a PLC function is added in the configuration. Once started on a CMU, the PLC function is running in shared mode with low priority compared to the SCADA software. It is possible to design a configuration with PLC function and SCADA activities running on different CMUs. Since both communicate via internal communication, the PLC function can run on any CMU within the RTU560. This provides maximum processor power for each of the activities. The PLC development system is described in part 6 of the Function Description.

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System Redundancy
It is important to maintain the access to stations in energy transmission and distribution networks. RTU560 manages this requirement by providing a sophisticated redundancy concept offering the following features: Redundant power supply units Redundant communication lines or links Redundant communication units (CMU) The main concept for redundant CMUs is, to have one or more pairs of CMU boards for those communications lines and functions, which are critical for the operation of the station. In error cases, the RTU560 will switch over to the redundant standby CMU, which immediately starts to take over the tasks after a warm start. Other redundant sets of CMUs in the configuration will not be affected in operation. System redundancy is described in part 2 and 6 of the Function Description.

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Status and Diagnostic Information


The RTU560 reports the system status and error states to the NCC via System Events (SEV). System events are part of the 'System Data Interface' (SDI). System Events are internally processed and provided as single point information. Message types and message identifications used to send system events to a NCC depend on the communication protocol used on the host interface. The RTU560 Web-Server is the common maintenance and diagnosis interface to an RTU560. For further information, please consult the RTU560 Web-Server User`s Guide. Status and diagnosis functions are described in part 6 of the Function Description.

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Local Print and Local Archive


The Local Print and Archive function is an option which allows having locally: permanent output to a printing device connected to one of RTU560s serial interfaces output to a printer as backup function to the normal host communication; i.e. printing is started only when all host connections of an RTU are in the off-line state output to archive files in CSV format. The archive files are stored in the Flash memory file system of one CMU of RTU560. Archive files can be downloaded to a PC or their contents may be displayed using the RTU560 Web-Server. Local printout or storage to an archive file respectively is possible for following data categories:

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Process and System events, commands in command direction, Login/Logout Measured values (AMI) Integrated Totals (ITI) Security Events Protection equipment is limited in memory and therefore only a small amount of disturbance-record files can be stored in protection equipment memory before it is overwritten. To simplify the analysis of disturbance faults and to reduce the time to get information of these faults, it is necessary to collect them in a centralized archive. This archive is provided by the RTU560. The uploaded files are stored on the RTU560 file system. To avoid that flash memory on RTU560 file system exceeds, a file administration function is included. To get access to the uploaded disturbance-data-files, the archive is displayed by RTU560 Web-Server, where it is also possible to upload files. In addition it is also possible to upload disturbance data from protection equipment connected to Sub-RTUs by using file transfer function with the communication protocols IEC60870-5-101 or IEC60870-5-104. Local print and archive functions are described in part 7 of the Function Description.

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Integrated Human Machine Interface


The function Integrated HMI consists of two parts: An editor for the offline configuration A runtime system installed on the RTU560 With the offline editor customer specific pages can be created. Therefore a library package is provided with usable components. It is possible to connect dynamic components to RTU560 data points. Therefore the editor reads the data point list from the RTUtil560 configuration files. The editor generates one HMI project file per RTU560 Integrated HMI function. This additional configuration file has to be uploaded to RTU560. The following options are possible for the connection between RTU560 and the PC: Local area network (LAN) Wide area network (WAN) Dialed line or modem connection (PPP) Direct serial connection (PPP) The integrated HMI is described in part 8 of the Function Description.

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4.1 Introduction

Safety Instructions

Read the following chapter before mounting and commissioning a RTU560 Remote Terminal Unit. The following symbols are used in the following chapters
Symbol Description An information hint which should be regarded or which helps to find an essential point in the chapter etc.

A caution hint which is important to know if you configure the RTU560. Which informs about a restriction etc.

4.2

Regulations for Installation and Operation


The ABB RTU560 devices are produced in compliance with the relevant regulations and appointments. Die RTU560 is classified according to IEC 60664-1 (DIN VDE 0110): Insulation coordination for equipment within low-voltage systems Part 1: Principles, requirements and tests Pollution degree 2 Only non-conductive pollution occurs except that occasionally a temporary conductivity caused by condensation is to be expected Over-voltage category II is in accordance with the appointment in IEC 61131 part 2 The user has to ensure that the devices and the components belonging to them are mounted in compliance with the current safety regulations and. DIN VDE 0100 DIN VDE 0106 Erection of power installations with nominal voltages up to 1000 V Protection against electrical shock Part 100: Actuating members positioned close to parts liable to shock Safety of machinery; Electrical equipment of machines Part 1: General requirements Electronic equipment for use in electrical power installations and their assembly into electrical power installations Telecommunications

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DIN VDE 0800

If the pollution degree 2 (VDE 0110) cannot be guaranteed or further protection against direct contact is required the devices should be mounted into appropriate cubicles.

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qualified protective provisions have to be taken to guarantee over-voltage category II (1500 V max. transient) according to VDE 0110 at the terminal connectors (e.g. surge voltage protectors).The secondary circuit should be connected to protective terminal. Application Hints
4.3.1 Qualified Personal
The RTU560 modules partly conduct dangerous contact voltages at their connectors. Touching parts which are alive may cause serious injuries. Therefore installation, commissioning and maintenance of such systems shall be carried out only by technically instructed personnel. The personnel should have an adequate knowledge of dealing with dangerous voltages using the specifications and standards. In particular EN (VDE-) and accident prevention regulations.

4.3.2

Use according to the Rules


The RTU560 was developed, manufactured, tested and documented while observing the relevant standards. When the valid regulations for installation, commissioning and maintenance are observed, the product poses no danger to health and objects in normal case. Use according to the rules means that the RTU560 is operating and maintained exclusively in the form as described in the functional- and module description documents. Especially the technical data for the process-circuits and the supply should be regarded. Any liability for the consequences of incorrect use or after unauthorized repairs is rejected.

4.4

Warnings and Cautions


Grounding the devices Before connecting any power to the device, the 6.3 mm Faston connector should be wired to protection earth. The grounding may be removed only if it is certain that no more power is being supplied to the device. Regard the grounding principles for the serial peripheral bus (direct or capacitive grounding) Connection of the supply voltage A terminal block feeding dangerous contact voltages (supply voltage, input-/output channels) should only be plugged or withdrawn in off load state. Protect the device from dampness, dirt and damage during transport, storage and operation. Do not operate device outside of the specified technical data Operate device according to the protection degree IP 20 Mount it into a closed cubicle or rack if the environmental conditions require that. Do not obstruct the ventilation for cooling Do not cover the ventilation slots by cables or wires.

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Lead signal and power lines separately Capacitive and inductive interference's of the power lines to signal lines should be prevented by appropriate cable laying (distance, crossing). Use over-voltage protection in cables to outdoor antenna

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Installation Instructions

Transport, Unpacking, Identification and Storage


Check the goods on reception against the delivery documents. ABB is to be informed immediately of any damage or deficiencies, to avoid delay in the installation. The packaging of the cubicles is suitable for the means of transport and is not to be removed until the cubicles are located in their intended position. If the cubicles cannot be installed immediately on arrival at the site, they are to be stored in their packaging in dry premises and protected from dust. If the cubicles are delivered strapped on pallets they are to be transported standing on these, using a fork-lift truck. If a travelling crane is available at the site, the lifting eyes of the cubicle may be used. Suitable spreaders should be used with the lifting straps. The transport bars can be removed when the cubicle is in place. A plate with system designation is normally fixed on the upper front of the cubicle and a plate with stamped identification information (including the ABB order number) at the bottom. The order number and station name is given on the terminal diagram, assembly drawing and other order - specific documentation for the cubicle concerned.

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Documents and Instructions


The assembly drawing shows the location of the racks, the connection units and other units in the cubicle and the location of the modules included in the different racks. The assembly drawing shows also all units which constitute the equipment. The terminal diagram is the set of drawings which shows all of the points at which connections are made to the terminal. Each circuit board type is presented on one or several sheets. The process is normally connected by the client and the terminal diagram is therefore supplied before the terminal is delivered.

5.3

Cubicle Installation
If the electronics cubicle is installed in immediate contact with another cubicle containing electronics equipment only, the side panels between the cubicles can be omitted. The side panels between electronics cubicles and relay cubicles must remain in place to protect the electronics from interference. The electronics cubicle is normally screwed to the floor over a duct for incoming and outgoing cables. If the cubicle is welded to a steel deck or similar, it must be grounded effectively before the welding. The cubicle can be placed with its rear against a wall. A space at least 1 m deep should remain in front of the cubicle to leave a gangway with the door open. If the cubicle has a hinged frame, a free space should remain at the left of a row of cubicles so that the doors and frames can be opened fully. A space 0.5 m high should remain free above the cubicle to ensure ventilation in the cubicle.

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When the equipment is installed in several cubicles, it is absolutely necessary, to minimize interference, that the cubicles are screwed together in such a way that electrical connection is obtained between the cubicles at least 10 places, evenly divided over their areas of contact. The screws and washers supplied are to be used to obtain this connection to ensure electrical contact shape of paint under screw heads and washers. The cubicles should be grounded effectively to ensure normal function and personnel safety. The connection to ground should consist of a copper conductor with a cross section area of at least 10 mm connected to the grounding bar in the enclosure. If the equipment consists of several cubicles, the horizontal grounding bars are to be connected from enclosure to enclosure and finally connected at one point with the shortest possible conductor to the grounding system of the plant.

5.4

Electrical Installation
Before the beginning of the electrical installation, all input and output circuits are to be opened to ensure that no circuits in the cubicle are live when voltage is applied to other plant sections. The main switch in the cubicle is to be in the OFF position.

5.4.1

Cable Grounding
To guarantee the required EMC/EMI immunity conditions, it is necessary to ground the shield off all process and signal cables leaving or entering the cubicle. The connection of the cable shield with the cubicle grounding has to be realized directly next to the cubicle entry at the cubicle. Appropriate grounding bars have to be provided close to grounding conductors. The cable shields should be connected with the grounding bar by a sufficient area.

5.4.2

Cable Routing
Cables for process signals are to be screened. The screens are to be connected to the grounding bar of the cubicle with the shortest possible conductors (max. 10cm). Signal cables are to be routed as far as possible from other cables which may generate interference. The distance to power cables with phase voltages greater than 250V is to be at least 0.3m if the cables concerned run in parallel for a distance longer than 3.0m. The grounding lines should follow the signal cables in the cable ducts.

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Function Test
Aids
Additional to the general hand tools e.g. screw drivers, tweezer and soldering iron should be following tools: A personal computer running with the utility program RTUtil560 and the Internet Explorer. Level meter (selective) Digital display instrument, 4 figures, multi-meter AC and DC, accuracy better than 0.2%. Variable DC voltage supply unit for simulation of analog measured values (20 mA DC, 0...10 V DC)

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Oscilloscope or level-indicating instrument for introducing transmission channels to service. Display D.C. voltage supply (20 mA DC, 0...10 V DC)

5.5.2

Connection of Supply Voltage


Check that supply voltages to the power supply boards are distributed correctly. Set the switches on the power supply board in each rack to OFF. Set the switch on the main switch unit to OFF. Then connect the supply voltage to the input terminal of the RTU560. Check that the operating supply voltage is correct at the input terminal. Set the switch on the main switch unit to ON. Check that the correct voltage is available at the primary voltage poles on the power supply boards. Switch the switches on the power supply boards to ON.

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Function Test
Connect the PC running Internet Explorer to the remote terminal as described in the Webserver users guide. Be sure that the configuration to be tested is already installed. If not, load the concerning configuration files distributed by the data engineering of the PC running RTUtil560 into the RTU560, using the Internet Explorer. See Webserver users guide. Start the RTU560 by switching ON the main switch on the power supply unit. The LEDs ST of each board is ON after power up for some seconds and have to go OFF after initialization of the boards. Check that no red ST LED keeps ON. See part 6 of RTU560 function description about the LED display status definitions. To check the correct operation for process I/O signals the Internet Explorer to be used. (see Webserver users guide). Connect a protocol analyzer utility, running in Master mode, or a master station to the RTU560 The LEDs RxD and TxD indicates message traffic on the connect ed transmission line. In case of an open transmission connection the LED RxD will be permanent ON. Compare the received and displayed telegram contents with the RTU560 configuration. Check all status telegrams whether a fault will be detected or not. At least the first and last input board of each data type are to be tested. The utility connected to the transmission line channel is used for analyzing inputs and simulation of outputs. By using the (1 out of n) check with board 23BA23 a resistor, simulating the resistance value of the connected interposing relays or a test relay has to be connected to the selected channel output connectors of the 23BA20 board.

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6.1 RTU560 Function Description
The RTU560 Function Description consists of different parts: Part 1: Overview The first part gives the user an overview of the applications and features of the RTU560 family the applicable safety and installation instructions the structure and contents of the RTU560 documentation Part 2: Rack Solutions Part 2 of the RTU560 Function Description describes the Application and Features of the rack mounted system of the RTU560 family. The document contains information about: RTU560 Racks Communication Units Power Supply Units Bus Connection Units Configuration Examples Part 3: DIN Rail Solutions Part 3 of the RTU560 Function Description describes the Application and Features of the DIN rail mounted system of the RTU560 family. The document contains information about: Scalable Housing Basic Units Power Supply Units Interface Adaptor Units Configuration Examples Part 4: Hardware Modules Part 4 of the RTU560 Function Description describes the additional hardware modules, which are not part of the Function Description Part 2 and 3: Input / Output Modules Communication Modules Comparison of I/O modules Part 5: SCADA Functions Part 5 of the RTU560 Function Description describes the basic SCADA functions (Supervisory, Control and Data Acquisition): SCADA Functions in Monitoring Direction o o o ABB AG Indication Processing Measurement Processing Pulse Counter Processing 1KGT 150 733 V004 1 6-1

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Part 6: RTU Functions The additional functionality of the RTU560 is described in Part 6 of the RTU560 Function Description: System Redundancy Host Communication Interfaces Sub-device Communication Interfaces Substation Automation System with IEC 61850 Interfaces and Networks Programmable Logic Controller Start up, Configuration, Time Management Status and Diagnostic Information System Data Interface Part 7: Archive Functions Archives are stored on the CompactFlash Card of the communication units. The functionality is described in Part 7 of the RTU560 Function Description. Local Print, Process Archive Function Disturbance Data File Archive Transmission and Storage of Meter Data Part 8: Integrated Human Machine Interface The integrated Human Machine Interface (HMI) is a graphical local interface to the RTU560. The interface is described in Part 8 of the RTU560 Function Description. Application and Features of the HMI Integrated HMI Engineering Guide

Beside the RTU560 Function Description (Part 1 to 8) there are additional documents, describing the hardware/software components of the RTU560 family:

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Hardware Data Sheets


Environmental Data Sheet RTU560, 1KGT 150 400 Hardware Data Sheets Hardware Data Sheets are available for all hardware modules listed in the Function Description part 2, 3 and 4. Hardware Data Sheets contain information about: Application Characteristics Technical Data of the modules.

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Connections and Settings


The document 'Connections and Settings' is available for all hardware modules described in the Function Description part 2, 3 and 4. These documents describe: Operation Signaling External Connections Jumper and Switches

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Host Communication Interfaces


The 'Host Communication Interface' documents describe the communication protocols between: the RTU560 and a Network Control Center (NCC) A subordinated RTU560 (IED) and a communication node Some of the communication protocols are limited to special versions of the CMU, or to selected communication ports. These limitations and restrictions are described in the document: o 1KGT 150 852: Interfaces and Protocols

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Sub-device Communication Interfaces


The 'Sub-device Communication Interface' documents describe the communication protocol between a RTU560 node and a subordinated device (IED). Some of the communication protocols are limited to special versions of the CMU, or to selected communication ports. These limitations and restrictions are described in the document: o 1KGT 150 852: Interfaces and Protocols

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Users Guides
The following Users Guides' are available: 1KGT 150 716: The Webserver Users Guide 1KGT 150 563 The integrated HMI Users Guide 1KGT 150 451: RTUtil560 Users Guide 1KGT 150 612: RTU232-Import Users Guide 1KGT 150 470: MULTIPROG wt Users Guide

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Security Documents
As a communication gateway the RTU560 connects a control system with a directly connected process or with subordinated devices. For wide area networks in particular with connection to the Internet, additional configurations are required to increase protection and privacy for the RTU560 Ethernet communication. These features are described in the security document: 1KGT 150 722: Security Deployment Guide

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