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Software interface .............................................................................................................................. 2


TESTING PROCEDURE:....................................................................................................................... 22

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Software interface
1. Open software and click on INSERT OBJECT.

2. Click on Protection and Control and then in left window click on REJ5xx....

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3. Click on OK and put Object name and object title. Object Title appears on next processes so
give it a formal name.

4. Now go to EDIT and click on OBJECT PROPERTIES.

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5. Click on ATTRIBUTES.

6. Now click on SELECT NEW, then select the desired model and select the REVISION
accurately.

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7. Click on Communication to select communication properties.

8. If your SPA port is not configured, click on SYSTEM CONFIGURATION.

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9. Click on ADD.

10. Now check your USB to Serial converter port no. From device manager. Lets suppose it is
1. Then write 1 and click on OK.

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11. Select your baud rate which is normally by default 96000 on relay and in software.

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12. Click on OK.

13. Click on YES.

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14. Always keep an eye on SPA address. It should be your com port no. Sometimes it becomes
zero or any other no.

15. You are done with the settings but always have a look on ATTRIBUTES in communication tab.
Relay name will be appearing the same as was selected in GENERAL tab. But just in case or if
some problem is coming in communication then have a look on it.

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16. It should be same as was selected previously in GENERAL tab.

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17. Now double click on right window RELAY SETTINGS TOOL.

18. Click on TRANSFERS and then select UPLOAD (Read from the Relay).

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19. Click on ALL and then OK.

20. It should start reading settings from the relay. But IMPORTANT thing that dont forget to
make relay CONFIGURATION>COMMUNICATION>SPA PORT>FRONT PORT. After some time
it will automatically go back to REAR PORT. So always check this setting before transferring
any thing to the relay or from the relay.
21. Now when the reading process is completed it means that no error should come during
reading. If it comes SOME SETTINGS WERE NOT READ then try reading again. When you are
done with reading a window like the one below will appear.

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22. Now first tab is measurement tab. That is the measuring unit of the relay.

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23. 2nd tab is RECORDED DATA which is same as fault recorder.

24. 3rd tab is SETTINGS. It is the main settings window. In which you can configure time delayed
and instantaneous O/C and E/F functions. When you click on SETTINGS you will find 5 more
tabs.

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a. Miscellaneous = Group Selection (imp.)

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b. Protect Stages = O/C, E/F pick up and time settings.

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c. SGB = Switch Group Binary Inputs.

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d.
e.
f.
g.
h.

SGF1 = O/P configuration for respective functions.


SGF2 = Configuration for O/C function
SGF3 = E/F configuration
SGF4 = O/C IDMT curve type
SGF5 = E/F IDMT curve type

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i.

SGR = Relay O/P configuration

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25. In CONFIGURATION you can configure diff. Parameters.

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26. INFO is about the relay serial no. N etc.

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TESTING PROCEDURE:
27. Connect your freja current O/P to the relay Current I/P of any phase current coil. Lets say,
connect to RED phase coil of relay to O/P of freja. Inject current n check the pick up of the
relay for O/C.
28. Now inject in all other phases to check the pick up and similarly measure time.
29. Now connect your freja with neutral coil of the relay and inject current and check the pick up
of the relay for residual over current i.e. E/F and check its pick up and measure its time of
trip.

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