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Power Transmission and Distribution

Power Automation

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Power Transmission and Distribution

Communication in Substations with IEC 61850


Engineering in DIGSI
Markus Spangler, Siemens AG, PTD EA 13

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Power Transmission and Distribution

Source-column in Matrix
Power Automation

Progress. Its that simple.

The engineering is done in the configuration matrix.


To allocate information, DIGSI provides one column as source
for the system interface
S

System Interface

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Power Transmission and Distribution

Structural elements of the IEC 61850


Power Automation

Progress. Its that simple.

Which types of information should be allocated to source

All Commands with or without feedback C


Single point indication SP (from information catalog)
External Single point indication ExSP
External Double point indication ExDI,ExDI_S
External operating value MVU

x
x (only report)
x
x
x

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Power Transmission and Distribution

Destination-columns in Matrix
Power Automation

Progress. Its that simple.

The engineering is done in the configuration matrix.


To allocate information, DIGSI provides two columns as
destination for the system interface
S

System Interface with default protection indications (app.10%)


and control indications assigned to logical nodes

Extended system interface with additional SIPROTECinformation (app. 90%) and user defined information
(Recommendation) embedded in logical nodes
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Power Transmission and Distribution

Destination-columns in Matrix
Power Automation

Progress. Its that simple.

Which indication/information will be configured with which destination column?

indications/informations described by standard:


1.) predefined:
will be configured to Systeminterface S (and cant also be deleted or changed)
additionally a configuration to Extended Systeminterface X is possible (so all
indications appear in logical device EXT)
2.) user specific:
will be configured to Systeminterface S, automatically to logical device CTRL,
Extended Systeminterface X is not possible

indications/informations described out of standard:


1.) predefined:
will be configured to Extended Systeminterface X, Systeminterface S
is not possible
2.) user specific:
will be configured to Systeminterface S, automatically to logical device CTRL
and Logical node GGIO, Extended Systeminterface X is not possible
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Power Transmission and Distribution

Structural elements of the IEC 61850


Power Automation

Progress. Its that simple.

Description of the Siprotec devices with 5 logical devices:


PROT Protection
CTRL Control
MEAS Measurement
DR
Disturbance Recorder
EXT
extended
 Manufacturer-spanning, unique and complete!

Where will I find my allocated information within the


system configurator...

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Power Transmission and Distribution

Structural elements of the IEC 61850


Power Automation

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All information with destination X


can be found under
EXT
extended
All information with destination S
can be found under
PROT Protection
or
CTRL Control
or
MEAS Measurement
or
DR
Disturbance Recorder

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Power Transmission and Distribution

Structural elements of the IEC 61850


Power Automation

Progress. Its that simple.

Which types of information should be allocated to destination


Single point indication SP (default)
Single point indication SP (from information catalog)
Output Indication OUT
Internal single point indication IntSP (default)
Double point indication DP,DP_I
Value Indication VI
Measurement value MV
Metered value of measured value MVMV
Measured value with time MVT
Limit values LV
Pulse metered value PMV

X
x

x
x

x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

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Power Transmission and Distribution

Structural elements of the IEC 61850


Power Automation

Progress. Its that simple.

The allocated indications can be found in the system configurator via the
logical devices
and have to be assigned to source
and destination

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Power Transmission and Distribution

Application-specific interconnection lists


Power Automation

Progress. Its that simple.

Interconnections are
always combined in
applications. This is
ideal to keep the
overview even in the
case of a huge
amount of interconnected information.

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Standard and SIPROTEC text


Power Automation

Progress. Its that simple.

We pick up the user in his/her usual world:


Apart from the standard text, he/she also sees the
text of the assigned SIPROTEC object or at least a
text in accordance with the SIPROTEC language
world.

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Power Automation

Progress. Its that simple.

Thank you very much for your attention.

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