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1VDD006176 GB

SafeRing 12/24kV - Ring Main Unit for Smart Grid
Instruction manual

Feeder automation device 3. Appendix 4: IEC 60870-5-104 Signal addresses 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 9 10 12 13 . End of life VI. Introduction II. Maintenance 1. Automation level 2. Fault passage indicators 5. Supervision on the LV side of the distribution transformer V. Distribution transformer feeders’ common remote emergency trip 7. Fault passage indicators remote reset 6. Appendix 2: Installation instructions C. Remote and local communication IV. Packages A. Environmental 3. Options description 1. MV network fault types 4. Battery lifr 2. Appendixes A.CONTENTS I. Appendix 1: Packages differentiations B. Power supply III. Appendix 3: On site setting instructions of feeder automation devices D.

Introduction Ring Main Unit (RMU) for Smart Grid (SG) is a 12-24 kV Medium Voltage (MV) RMU equipped with advanced Feeder Automation (FA) device.g. Fault Passage Indicators (FPI)) provides various data to the remote control centers. which in cooperation with additional devices (e. Key functions of all packages are described in next chapters of this document. 3 .I. The purpose of this document is to describe RMU for SG product. There are seven different selections which give the end users possibility to adjust the package to fit their requirements.

More details regarding power supply connection can be found in Appendix 2. After connecting the main supply. Remote communication (communication to the remote control center): Default delivery (standard package solution) comes with IEC 60870-5-104 remote communication protocol implementation.g.. ensure the main supply is disconnected before carrying out any work on the RMU. Ensure that the main supply is correctly wired before energising the system.132V AC or 184... measurements from the FPIs and LV multi-meters) are obtained over local communication bus which can be serial Modbus RTU or serial IEC 60870-5-101 communication protocol. Remote and local communication A. IEC 60870-5-101 is used for connecting LV multi-meters in case REC603 FA device (via its RS1/RS2 ports). Local communication (communication between different automation devices within the RMU): The signals from the RMU switches.g. Modbus RTU is used within Diagnostic package together with RTU560CIG10 FA device (via it’s CPA port). which needs external power supply: −− 90... FPIs and LV multi-meters are brought to the FA device by two different ways: − − digital signals (e. Please contact us in case you need other remote communication protocol option. The battery is charged by its charger. switch positions indication and control) are hardwired − − analog signals (e.264 VAC 50/60 Hz in case of FA device RTU560CIG10 (external battery charger) is used Please contact us in case you need other main power supply option.II..200V DC in case of FA device REC603 (internal battery charger) is used − − 94.264 VAC 50/60 Hz or 85.. the system can be energised by closing the MCBs located in the lower low voltage compartment. The communication media is either wired Ethernet and/or wireless (GSM/GPRS) communication. 4 III. Power supply To prevent any risk of harm. All secondary devices within the RMU (except LV multi- meters) are powered by a 24V DC battery. B. ..

MV network fault types −− OC and EF directional −− OC and EF non directional *) − − Fault 4. reduced outage time. voltages. Supervision of the LV side of the distribution transformer − − None *) − − Vamp: WIMO 6CP10 − − Circutor: CVM-MINI-ITF-RS485-C2 5 . See Appendix 4 for more details. (-> improved notification of overloaded equipment. − − Remote Monitoring This package provides remote monitoring of: −− The position of load break switches in C-modules ( -> grid topology supervision) − − FPI fault signalization (-> fast fault localization.ComPass B (directional) − − Kries .IKI-20U2 *) − − Horstmann . Packages All standard packages always include: − − Power supply backup source for automation devices (24V DC batteries and charger) − − Wire (Ethernet) and/or wireless (GSM/GPRS) communication interfaces (SIM card is not part of delivery) − − IEC 60870-5-104 host (slave) communication protocol Three levels of automation are defined.) and on the type of fault detection for the MV network. load flow direction etc. See Appendix 1 for more details. Feeder automation device − − REC603 *) − − RTU560CIG10 −− GPRS communication/modem: −− None *) −− RER601 −− 560MDD10 3. Local operation can be disabled by use of padlocks −− Remote Diagnostic This package includes the features from the Remote Control package and in addition provides: − − MV network analog data values such as: currents. better maintenance planning.IV. efficient use of manpower) − − Faults in transformer feeders −− Remote Control This package includes the features from the Remote Monitoring package and in addition provides: − − Remote control of load break switches in C modules (-> fast fault isolation. See also Appendix 1: Packages differentiations. Remote operation is disabled and power to the motor drive circuit via controller is disconnected in Local mode − − Local manual operation is enabled in both modes using the operating handle supplied.IKI-50_1F (directional) − − Horstmann . Fault passage indicators remote reset − − No − − Yes *) 6. There are additional options which can be selected for each package. The number of spare inputs depends on configuration of Ring Main Unit (CCF. energy. Distribution transformer feeders common remote emergency trip − − No − − Yes *) A. LV fuses tripped signal. Automation level Three automation levels (packages) are defined. Local motor operation is enabled in Local mode by close (“I”) / open (“O”) push buttons. Fault passage indicators − − Kries . Automation level −− Remote Monitoring package −− Remote Control package *) − − Remote Diagnostic package 2. fast restoration of healthy part of the MV network . operator safety) −− Remote operation is enabled by turning the Local / Remote selector switch on the front of the RMU to the Remote mode. Note: There are spare inputs (1 – 5 pieces) which can be used for additional customer specified „digital/binary” signals such as: SF6 gas pressure signal. frequency. 7. power. Options description 1. Main selections and their options are: (*) default values) 1. improved power quality).SIGMA F+E (AC/DC) 5. transformer overheating signal etc. CCCF etc.

ComPass B The ComPass B is used in medium-voltage distribution networks and combines the functions of a directional shortcircuit and earth fault indicator. high resistance earthing. The loading. −− REC603 The Wireless Controller REC603 is a compact. Fault passage indicators FPI are devices which detect faults in the MV network and some of them are also able to provide MV analog values measurements to the FA device which then further transfers these signals to the control centers. Link to abb. thus it is possible to select from two compatible modems (RER601 and 560MDD10) in RTU560CIG10 subselection. Link to abb. 6 . Algorithms.com Note: The availability depends on selected Automation level. switching sequences and logics can be implemented as logic building blocks. Available options are: − − OC and EF directional With this selection two different types of events can be transferred to the remote control centers: −− Fault in forward direction (does not differentiate over- current and earth fault) − − Fault in backward direction (does not differentiate overcurrent and earth fault) − − OC and EF non directional With this selection two different types of events can be transferred to the remote control centers: −− Over-current fault (does not differentiate fault direction) − − Earth fault (does not differentiate fault direction) −− Fault With this selection one type of event can be transferred to the remote control centers: − − Fault (does not differentiate over-current and earth fault nor fault direction) 4. The Grid-Inspector is also able to selective disconnect a faulted cable section and allows to reduce the reclosing time after an error. indicate and remotely signal load current. overload and errors of power grids can be monitored hereby. It can be used in solidly earthed. compensated neutral. low- impedance. Maintenance and service costs are kept low since RTU560 DIN rail solution is remotely configurable and maintainable. REC603 enables the network control system to monitor and control the field devices over the public communication infrastructure (GPRS). The high product quality and user-friendly service capability reduces life cycle costs.and outputs can transmit the data to any remote control substation. voltage.2. It has been developed and designed − − to detect short-circuits and earth faults −− to indicate and remotely signal the fault and load flow direction (A or B) − − to measure. resonant earthed or isolated neutral systems. Libraries are used to make these building blocks available throughout the product family. low resistance earthing or solidly earthing). 3. It enables the network control centers to monitor and control the field devices over the different communication infra- structure. The Wireless Controller REC603 utilizes the built-in GPRS for reliable and secure end-to-end communication providing remote monitoring and control of up to three objects. Available options are: − − Kries . Feeder automation device Compact FA devices secure remote monitoring and control of the secondary substations in the distribution networks. The compact housing with the possibility to integrate hardwired information fulfills complex requirements and space restrictions at the same time. load break switches and Ring Main Units (RMUs) in distribution networks. Another enabler for Smart Grid is seen in the use of open standard protocols. ring and mesh networks. Modbus and/or digital in. −− Horstmann . MV network fault types Different signals from FPIs can be transmitted to the control centers.com − − RTU560CIG10 The RTU560 DIN rail provides advanced functionality and makes it the perfect fit for current and future smart grid applications. These are selected also based on type of the MV network (isolated neutral. Those standard protocols in combination with wireless communication and PLC capabilities are able to provide fault detection isolation and restoration functionality. solution based device for the remote control and monitoring of secondary substations such as network disconnectors.IKI-50_1F The Grid-Inspector IKI-50 offers a directed error detection (short-circuit and earth fault) and a directed power flow measurement of all important measurement values and their derived values for power grids with local feeding. Note: RTU560CIG10 doesn’t provide by default GPRS communication availability. cos phi and frequency of medium-voltage networks The ComPass B is designed for operation in radial. power.

− − Yes This option gives possibility to remotely trip distribution transformers modules (usually F and/or V modules) from the control centers. maximum or minimum on each page jump. Supervision of the LV side of the distribution transformer This option gives possibility to remotely supervise secondary (Low Voltage) side of the distribution transformer. It consists of a display unit accommodated in a plug-in housing for panel mounting and two current transformers for short-circuit and one current transformer for the earth fault sensing which are connected to the device by means of measuring leads. manually. The IKI-20 is mainly powered through the split core transformers. it offers a series of options for using it. Measurements are taken in true effective value using the three alternating and neutral voltage inputs and three current inputs to measure In /1A or In /5A secondary from external measurement transformers. −− Vamp: WIMO 6CP10 WIMO 6CP10 secondary substation measuring and monitoring unit is a compact multi-function monitoring device with extensive measuring and calculation functions. indication and remote monitoring in distribution networks 1-52 kV. but it can also be used in double fed ring networks either with automatic or manual re-closure feature. and calculates power and energy values. transf.IKI-20U2 The combined short-circuit/earth-fault indicator IKI-20 is used for over current detection. balanced or unbalanced industrial systems. The unit measures currents.− − Kries . modules – all modules will be tripped at the same time. automatically after fixed set time). and calculates power and energy values. Interconnection cable between FA device and LV multi-meters is not part of delivery if the LV multi-meter is mounted outside the RMU. 5. These devices are by default mounted in top entry box or low voltage compartment. 7. showing three instant electrical parameters.SIGMA F+E (AC/DC) The SIGMA F+E (AC/DC) device is a combined earth fault and short-circuit indicator. Fault passage indicators remote reset − − No The FPI signalization will be reset according to its setting (e. Note: The availability depends on the selected Feeder Automation device and Ring Main Unit module configuration. Note: There is 1 common reset command for all FPIs in case of REC603 FA device – all FPIs within the RMU will be reset at the same time. Note: There is 1 common trip command for all distr. Distribution transformer feeders’ common remote emergency trip − − No No possibility to remotely trip distribution transformers modules. WIMO 6CP10 is ideal for secondary substation measuring and monitoring management. By connecting a summation split core transformer it is also possible to detect earth faults. using the backlit LCD display. The CVM-MINI measures. the earth fault indication is suitable for distri- bution networks with low-impedance or solidly earthed neutral. The unit measures currents. −− None No possibility to remotely supervise LV network analog data. The CVM-MINI allows the display of all electrical parameters. The SIGMA F+E (AC/DC) short-circuit and earth fault indicator is not only capable of being operated in radial or open ring networks. Note: See Appendix 4 for more details. − − Horstmann . It is used as remote indicator and serves to detect and display earth faults and shortcircuit currents in medium voltage distribution networks. 7 . Setting and programming possibilities are comprehensive and versatile. 6. Different multi-function monitoring devices with extensive measuring and calculation functions will be available in this selection. − − Circutor: CVM-MINI-ITF-RS485-C2 The CVM-MINI panel analyzer is a programmable measuring instrument. Owing to its measuring principle. Note: The availability depends on selected Automation level and MV network fault types. voltages and frequencies. − − Yes This option gives possibility to reset (fault indication) FPIs remotely from the control centers. which may be selected from configuration menus on the instrument itself.g. calculates and displays the main electrical parameters for three-phase. voltages and frequencies.

All parts used in this product are recyclable. 8 . Maintenance: RMU for Smart Grid has been designed to minimize service intervals when operated in normal service conditions as specified in IEC 62271-1. The materials used in this product are typical for electric and electronic devices. End of life ABB PPMV NO. 2. These handlers can sort the material by using dedicated sorting processes and dispose of the product according to the local requirements. 1. Environmental: RMU for Smart Grid is designed to operate between -25°C and +40°C. Power Products Medium Voltage Division. Battery life: Life time of batteries installed in RMU is 12 years at 20°C ambient temperature. Disposing of the IED: Definitions and regulations of hazardous materials are country-specific and change when the knowledge of materials increases. is committed to the protection of the environment and adheres to ISO 14001 standards. It is recommended that any maintenance on RMU for Smart Grid should be carried out in accordance with IEC 62271-1. Following the maintenance requirements below will help ensure continued operation throughout the life expectancy of the system.V. Exception: The lowest operating temperature for LV multi meter CVM-MINI is -10°C. When disposing of an IED or its parts contact a local waste handler who is authorized and specialized in disposing electronic waste. RMU for Smart Grid installed in abnormal conditions will require regular inspection and maintenance depending on the nature of the environment. 3. Section 11.

cos Phi. f... V. (OC & EF) 3 1 N/A REC603 NON DIR. Appendixes A.. FPI RESET COMMAND o* o* o* o * . DISCONNECTORS TRAVEL TIME N/A x x N/A REC603 specific data DISCONNECTORS TRAVEL VOLTAGE N/A x x N/A REC603 specific data MODEM_RELAY_STATUS_SPI x x x N/A REC603 specific data BATTERY_RELAY_STATUS_SPI x x x N/A REC603 specific data CHARGER_RELAY_STATUS_SPI x x x N/A REC603 specific data BATTERY_LOW_SPI x x x N/A REC603 specific data BATTERY_PROTECT_SPI x x x N/A REC603 specific data TEMPERATURE_LOW_SPI x x x N/A REC603 specific data TEMPERATURE_HI_SPI x x x N/A REC603 specific data HEATER_RELAY_STATUS_SPI x x x N/A REC603 specific data BATTERY_CHARGEVOLTAGE_FPI x x x N/A REC603 specific data BATTERY_CHARGECURRENT_FPI x x x N/A REC603 specific data Number of spare customer free usage DI Number of cable switch modules in RMU Package FPI type 2 3 4 Monitoring.1 common command TR FEEDER(S) EMERGENCY TRIP COMMAND o* o* o* o* * . (FAULT) 5 4 N/A DIRECTIONAL 5 5 2 NON DIR. F modules DIRECTIONAL FAULTS MONITORING x x x x MV network NON DIRECTIONAL FAULTS MONITORING x x x x MV network FAULTS MONITORING x x x x MV network TR FEEDER(S) FAULT MONITORING x* x* x* x* * . UL-N. UL-L. V. (FAULT) 5 5 2 Diagnostic package with RTU560CIG10 x available o option N/A not applicable/available 9 .. . . F modules LV NETWORK ANALOG VALUES SUPERVISION o o o o I. Control or DIRECTIONAL 3 1 N/A Diagnostic package with NON DIR. Appendix 1: Packages differentiations Switchgear type 12/24 kV SafeRing Name of the pcakage Monitoring Control FA device used Diagnostic REC603 notes RTU560CIG10 LOAD BREAK SWITCHES POSITION MONITORING x x x x C modules CIRCUIT BREAKERS POSITION MONITORING N/A N/A N/A N/A V modules SWITCH-FUSE DISCONNECTORS POSITION MONITORING N/A N/A N/A N/A F modules DISCONNECTORS POSITION MONITORING N/A N/A N/A N/A V modules EARTHING SWITCHES POSITION MONITORING N/A N/A N/A N/A C. (OC & EF) 5 5 2 NON DIR. UL-L. f.1 common L/R switch common MOTOR OPERATION OF THE LOAD BREAK SWITCHES N/A x x x C modules MOTOR OPERATION OF THE CIRCUIT BREAKERS N/A N/A N/A N/A V modules MOTOR OPERATION OF THE SWITCH-FUSE DISCONNECTORS N/A N/A N/A N/A F modules MV NETWORK ANALOG VALUES DIAGNOSTIC N/A N/A x x I.VI.1 common command. cos Phi.1 common signal loss of main (AC) power supply POWER SUPPLY ERROR MONITORING x x x x HEATER CONTROL x x x x automatic LOCAL / REMOTE local SWITCH N/A x* x* x* * . UL-N.

sub device.connection points: Return the REC603 box back to its original position by proceeding described steps other way round. Ethernet. Appendix 2: Installation instructions All devices (exception are „Supervision of the LV side of the distribution transformer” devices) come already installed inside the RMU. 10 . GSM antenna cables) There are basically two paths for installation of the additional cables/wires: Incline the REC603 box and install the SIM card (small screw driver is needed for removing of the SIM card holder): − − REC603 .B.SIM card installation (set correct PIN code before inserting the card – see Appendix 3): Unscrew the GSM antenna (if already installed) and two screws (Torx T20): −− Installation of the additional wires (power supply. it is anyway needed to do some installation work directly on site: − − REC603 .

pin3: − − RTU560CIG10 / external modem RER601 .SIM card installation (set correct PIN code before inserting the SIM card – see Appendix 3): 11 . − − Use DB9 connectors cable (female .SIM card installation (set correct PIN code before inserting the SIM card – see Appendix 3): SIM card is inserted into the front side of the GSM/GPRS modem 560MDD10: −− Vamp WIMO6CP10(s) and REC603 − − Use RS1 port of REC603 for first connected WIMO and RS2 for second one − − “CONSOLE/RS1“ switch must be set to “RS1“ position and all 4 DIP switches on the REC603 must be in OFF position “Ø“ if also the second WIMO is connected. pin3 .male).− − RTU560CIG10 .connection points: − − Correct interconnection between LV multi-meters and FA devices −− Circutor CVM-MINI(s) and RTU560CIG10 − − The same Modbus line to which FPIs are connected is used – port CPA on RTU560CIG10 − − RTU560CIG10 / external modem 560MDD10 .pin2. minimum what is needed to be interconnected are pin2 .

10. fault current pick up time etc.10.10. must be done on site. It is nevertheless needed to do some on site setting mainly of the feeder automation box. −− No special software is needed.0. − − The settings might be adjusted in the factory before RMU shipment. Ethernet communication). But the setting related to the network parameters like fault pick up current. Microsoft Internet Explorer) so the cross-over Ethernet cable and PC with Ethernet port are the only needed devices. Please check the FPI’s manuals to find more details. signaling output relays. Their configurations are adjusted according to the Safe Pro 3 standard package specification.0 Default Gateway IP: 0. but should be changed before connecting the device to a public network. The setting is done in web browser (i.0 (10. FA devices come with these default settings: −− −− −− −− REC603. Appendix 3: On site setting instructions of feeder automation devices The secondary equipments which come installed within the RMU are preconfigured accordingly from the factory. RTU560CIG10 (RER601): IP Address: 10.0. so the setting (IP addresses etc. Modbus parameters) according to the SafePro 3 selections.e.) fits to the communication system used (GPRS. APN. User name and Password.10 (10. Subnet mask and Default Gateway IP − − If used RER601: Ethernet/GPRS interface values (RER601 all settings on pages 22 .30 ) − − If used 560MDD10: SIM card PIN.2 for RTU560CIG10 if RER601 external GPRS modem is used) REC603 (RER601) on site setting instructions: −− The instructions can be found in the REC603 Quick Start Guide and Technical Manual (RER601 Quick Start Guide and Technical Manual) of the devices.10. − − The default login password for the root is empty. which can then directly (via the customer help portal) contact ABB Finland – the manufacturer of the REC603 and RER601.10. This material is available on the internet via the path mentioned on page 6 of this document. Password is changed from the System/Password menu.0. local and remote IP addresses. If not otherwise specified. Also voltage calibration has to be done on site. which can then directly (via the customer help email) contact ABB Germany – the manufacturer of the RTU560 products.2 for RER601 external GPRS modem) Subnet mask: 255. RTU560CIG10 on site setting instructions: − − The special configuration software – RTUtil560 – is needed.10. − − It is recommended that the changes are done by person who has experience with this software. VPN feature will be available later on – contact us for more details −− Advanced technical support for this device can be obtained via your local ABB partners. − − Advanced technical support for this device can be obtained via your local ABB partners. 12 .C.0. These values must be then provided: − − RTU560CIG10 Ethernet interface values: IP Address. FPIs on site setting instructions: The FPIs comes preconfigured (binary input mode.

. 30 (R) 1 V x - - - - x BATTERY_CHARGEVOLTAGE_FPI x x x N/A 444 FPI 0 .. x - - - x - SPARE INPUT 3 N/A N/A N/A x 111 SPI 1 (R) Only one x - - - x - LBS1 F (B) FAULT x x x x 112 SPI 1 (R) signal x - - - x - LBS1 EF FAULT x x x x 113 SPI 1 (R) available x - - - x - LBS1 FAULT x x x x 114 SPI 1 (R) Only one x - - - x - LBS1 B (A) FAULT x x x x 115 SPI 1 (R) signal x - - - x - LBS1 OC FAULT x x x x 705 SPI 1 (R) available x - - - x - SPARE INPUT 5 x x x N/A 211 SPI 1 (R) Only one x - - - x - LBS2 F (B) FAULT x x x x 212 SPI 1 (R) signal x - - - x - LBS2 EF FAULT x x x x 213 SPI 1 (R) available x - - - x - LBS2 FAULT x x x x 214 SPI 1 (R) Only one x - - - x - LBS2 B (A) FAULT x x x x 215 SPI 1 (R) signal x - - - x - LBS2 OC FAULT x x x x 704 SPI 1 (R) available x - - - x - SPARE INPUT 4 x x x N/A 311 SPI 1 (R) Only x - - - x - LBS3 F (B) FAULT x x x x 312 SPI 1 (R) one x - - - x - LBS3 EF FAULT x x x x 313 SPI 1 (R) signal x - - - x - LBS3 FAULT x x x x 703 SPI 1 (R) available x - - - x - SPARE INPUT 3 x x x N/A 314 SPI 1 (R) Only one x - - - x - LBS3 B (A) FAULT x x x x 315 SPI 1 (R) signal x - - - x - LBS3 OC FAULT x x x x 702 SPI 1 (R) available x - - - x - SPARE INPUT 2 x x x N/A 411 SPI 1 (R) Only one x - - - x - LBS4 F (B) FAULT N/A N/A N/A x 412 SPI 1 (R) signal x - - - x - LBS4 EF FAULT N/A N/A N/A x 413 SPI 1 (R) available x - - - x - LBS4 FAULT N/A N/A N/A x 414 SPI 1 (R) Only one x - - - x - LBS4 B (A) FAULT N/A N/A N/A x 415 SPI 1 (R) signal avail...802. 10 (R) 1 sec x - - - - x DISCONNECTOR_TRAVELTIME_2 N/A x x N/A 204 FPI 0 . x - - - x - SPARE INPUT 4 N/A N/A N/A x 400 DPI 2 (R) Only one x x - - - - LBS4 CLOSED N/A N/A N/A x 703 SPI 1 (R) signal avail. 30 (R) 1 V x - - - - x DISCONNECTOR_TRAVELVOLT_3 N/A x x N/A 403 FPI 0 .. 10 (R) 1 sec x - - - - x DISCONNECTOR_TRAVELTIME_1 N/A x x N/A 104 FPI 0 .. 10 (R) 1 sec - - - - - - DISCONNECTOR_TRAVELTIME_4 N/A N/A N/A N/A 404 FPI 0 . 10 (R) 1 sec x - - - - x DISCONNECTOR_TRAVELTIME_3 N/A x x N/A 304 FPI 0 .803...804 DSO16 2 (W) dir cmd - - - - - - FPI RESET N/A N/A N/A o 810 SCS 1 (W) dir cmd - - - - - - TR FEEDER(S) EMERGENCY TRIP o o o o 101 SPI 1 (R) x x - - - - REMOTE LBS1 N/A x x x 201 SPI 1 (R) x x - - - - REMOTE LBS2 N/A x x x 301 SPI 1 (R) x x - - - - REMOTE LBS3 N/A x x x 401 SPI 1 (R) Only one x x - - - - REMOTE LBS4 N/A N/A N/A x x o N/A DPI SPI 705 SPI 1 (R) signal avail.. Appendix 4: IEC 60870-5-104 signal addresses IEC 60870-5-104 GI group information data value received (R) note / scada object address type to be written (W) mult. x - - - x - LBS4 OC FAULT N/A N/A N/A x 702 SPI 1 (R) x - - - x - SPARE INPUT 2 N/A N/A N/A x 701 SPI 1 (R) x - - - x - SPARE INPUT 1 x x x x 716 SPI 1 (R) x - - - x - TR FEEDER(S) FAULT x x x x 402 SPI 0 (R) x - - - - x POWER SUPPLY ERROR x x x x 808 SCS 1 (W) dir cmd - - - - - - FPI RESET o o o N/A 801... 100 DPI 100 DPI 200 glb unit data point description Monitoring Control Diagnostic package package package Diagnostic package REC603 REC603 REC603 RTU560CIG10 0 1 5 6 10 13 1 (R) x x - - - - LBS1 OPEN x x x x 2 (R) x x - - - - LBS1 CLOSED x x x x DPI 1 (R) x x - - - - LBS2 OPEN x x x x 200 DPI 2 (R) x x - - - - LBS2 CLOSED x x x x 300 DPI 1 (R) x x - - - - LBS3 OPEN x x x x 300 DPI 2 (R) x x - - - - LBS3 CLOSED x x x x 400 DPI 1 (R) Only one x x - - - - LBS4 OPEN N/A N/A N/A x 704 SPI 1 (R) signal avail... 10 (R) 1 A x - - - - x BATTERY_CHARGECURRENT_FPI x x x N/A available option not applicable/available double-point information single-point information FPI SCS DCS DSO16 floating point information single command double command digital set point command 16 bit 13 . 30 (R) 1 V x - - - - x DISCONNECTOR_TRAVELVOLT_1 N/A x x N/A 203 FPI 0 ... 30 (R) 1 V x - - - - x DISCONNECTOR_TRAVELVOLT_2 N/A x x N/A 303 FPI 0 .D.... x - - - x - SPARE INPUT 5 N/A N/A N/A x 150 DCS 2 (W) sel/exc - - - - - - CLOSE LBS1 N/A x x x 150 DCS 1 (W) sel/exc - - - - - - OPEN LBS1 N/A x x x 250 DCS 2 (W) sel/exc - - - - - - CLOSE LBS2 N/A x x x 250 DCS 1 (W) sel/exc - - - - - - OPEN LBS2 N/A x x x 350 DCS 2 (W) sel/exc - - - - - - CLOSE LBS3 N/A x x x 350 DCS 1 (W) sel/exc - - - - - - OPEN LBS3 N/A x x x 450 DCS 2 (W) sel/exc - - - - - - CLOSE LBS4 N/A N/A N/A x 450 DCS 1 (W) sel/exc - - - - - - OPEN LBS4 N/A N/A N/A x 103 FPI 0 .. 30 (R) 1 V - - - - - - DISCONNECTOR_TRAVELVOLT_4 N/A N/A N/A N/A 410 SPI 1 (R) x - - - - x MODEM_RELAY_STATUS_SPI x x x N/A 440 SPI 1 (R) x - - - - x BATTERY_RELAY_STATUS_SPI x x x N/A 420 SPI 1 (R) x - - - - x CHARGER_RELAY_STATUS_SPI x x x N/A 441 SPI 1 (R) 22V DC x - - - - x BATTERY_LOW_SPI x x x N/A 442 SPI 1 (R) 21V DC x - - - - x BATTERY_PROTECT_SPI x x x N/A 460 SPI 1 (R) -5 0C x - - - - x TEMPERATURE_LOW_SPI x x x N/A N/A 461 SPI 1 (R) 80 0C x - - - - x TEMPERATURE_HI_SPI x x x 443 FPI 0 ..

Phase-to-earth voltage UL1 16389 port 2406.15 min average for IL2 16406 port 2406. +1 (R) 16387 port 2406. +1 (R) 10000 kW x - - - - - Pda .8 AMI 0 .8 AMI 0 .Phase-to-phase voltage U23 16393 port 2406..8 AMI 0 ...Calculated Io AMI 0 .8 glb unit data point description 0 1 5 6 10 13 A x - - - - - IL1 . +1 (R) 1000 V x - - - - - UL2 . +1 (R) 1 - x - - - - - PF .Total harmonic distortion of phase current IL2 16409 port 2406..Total harmonic distortion of the voltage input c 16400 port 2406.Active power 16399 port 2406. −− LV network analog data values: −− Vamp WIMO 6CP10 specific: IEC 60870-5-104 GI group information data value received (R) note / scada object address type to be written (W) mult. +1 (R) 100 % x - - - - - THDIL2 ..Active power angle 16401 port 2406.. Data from the first WIMO has port 2406 and from the second WIMO 2408.8 AMI 16404 port 2406.8 AMI 0 ..Phase current IL3 0 .Phase-to-earth voltage UL2 16390 port 2406. +1 (R) 100 % x - - - - - THDUb ..Total harmonic distortion of the voltage input a 16411 port 2406. +1 (R)) 100 o C x - - - - - Dsitribution transformer temperature IEC 60870-5-104 information object addresses (IOA): IOA are the same for both used WIMOs. +1 (R) 100 % x - - - - - THDIL1 .8 AMI 0 ..Phase-to-phase voltage U31 16388 port 2406...8 AMI 0 .8 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 1 - x - - - - - CosPhi .8 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 10000 16386 port 2406....Phase-to-earth voltage UL3 16410 port 2406. +1 (R) 1000 V x - - - - - U23 ....Total harmonic distortion of phase current IL3 16391 port 2406. +1 (R) 100 % x - - - - - THDUa ..15 min average for IL3 16413 port 2406.Total harmonic distortion of the voltage input b 16412 port 2406..Apparent power 16398 port 2406. +1 (R) 10000 A x - - - - - IL2da .8 AMI 0 .8 AMI 0 ..8 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 1000 V x - - - - - U12 . +1 (R) 10000 A x - - - - - IL1da . +1 (R) 10000 kVAr x - - - - - Q-Reactive power 16402 port 2406. Control or Diagnostic packages with only REC603. +1 (R)) 100 Hz x - - - - - f .8 AMI 0 ..8 AMI 0 ....8 AMI 0 . the differentiation is done by different IP protocol port assignment. Standard (and default) port for all the rest signals is 2404.8 AMI 0 .....Frequency 16415 port 2406........8 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 100 % x - - - - - THDUc .. o option N/A not applicable/available AMI analog measurement information 14 Monitoring Control Diagnostic package package package REC603 REC603 REC603 o o o .Phase current IL1 10000 A x - - - - - IL2 ..8 AMI 0 .8 AMI 0 .8 AMI 0 .Phase current IL2 10000 A x - - - - - IL3 .. +1 (R) 10000 A x - - - - - IoCalc ....8 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 100 % x - - - - - THDIL3 ... +1 (R) 10000 kVA x - - - - - S ...8 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 10000 kW x - - - - - P .. +1 (R) 10000 A x - - - - - IL3da ... +1 (R) 1000 V x - - - - - UL1 .Power factpr 16403 port 2406.Phase-to-phase voltage U12 16392 port 2406.8 AMI 0 .Active power demand valur 15 min 16407 port 2406.8 AMI 0 ..Valid for Monitoring.15 min average for IL1 16405 port 2406.. +1 (R) 16396 port 2406.8 AMI 0 . 16385 port 2406. +1 (R) 1000 V x - - - - - UL3 . +1 (R) 1000 V x - - - - - U31 .8 AMI 0 ...Total harmonic distortion of phase current IL1 16408 port 2406..

..Maximum demand 11011/12011 AMI 0 ..... +1 (R)) 100 % x - - x - - 11038/12038 AMI 0 . +1 (R)) 1000 V x - - x - - V L2 Max .. +1 (R) 10000 A x - - x - - A_AVG Max .. +1 (R)) 10000 kVArC x - - x - - kVArC lll Max .Active energy 11061/12061 AMI 0 ..CosPhi 11052/12052 AMI -1 ..Voltage line L3-L1 11025/12025 AMI 0 .Voltage phase L2 11033/12033 AMI 0 .. +1 (R)) 1000000 kVA*h x - - x - - kVA*h lll (-) Inst ..Voltage line L1-L2 11020/12020 AMI 0 ... +1 (R) 1000 V x - - x - - V31 Inst ...Maximum demand 11012/12012 AMI 0 ....Inductive energy generated 11066/12066 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 10000 A x - - x - - A L1 Inst .Current 11004/12004 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 100 % x - - x - - %THD A L3 Inst ..Frequency 11058/12058 AMI 0 .. +1 (R)) 1000000 package RTU560CIG10 Hz x - - x - - Hz Min .Neutral current 11007/12007 AMI 0 ..Voltage line L2-L3 V23 Max . +1 (R)) 10000 kVA x - - x - - kVA lll Max .. +1 (R)) 1 - x - - x - - Cos Phi lll Max ...Voltage phase L2 11032/12032 AMI 0 .. +1 (R)) 1 - x - - x - - PF lll Min ....Total harmonic distortion in voltage 11041/12041 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 10000 A x - - x - - A_AVG Inst . +1 (R)) 1000 V x - - x - - V L1 Min ...... +1 (R)) 1 - x - - x - - Cos Phi lll Min . +1 (R)) 1000000 kVArC*h x - - x - - kVArC*h lll Inst ...Voltage phase L3 11035/12035 AMI 0 . +1 (R)) 100 Hz x - - x - - Hz Inst .Voltage phase L3 11036/12036 AMI 0 .Apparent energy generated o IEC 60870-5-104 information object addresses (IOA): data from the first CVM-MINI has IOA 11xxx and from the second CVM-MINI 12xxx........Voltage line L3-L1 11027/12027 AMI 0 ..Current 11003/12003 AMI 0 ..Total harmonic distortion in current 11013/12013 AMI 0 ... +1 (R) 10000 A x - - x - - A L3 Inst ...Apparent power 11043/12043 AMI -1 .. +1 (R)) 1000000 kVArL*h x - - x - - kVArL*h lll (-) Inst . +1 (R)) 1 - x - - x - - Cos Phi lll Inst ..Voltage phase L1 11030/12030 AMI 0 .Voltage line L1-L2 11019/12019 AMI 0 .... − − LV network analog data values: −− Circutor CVM-MINI specific: IEC 60870-5-104 GI group information data value received (R) note / scada object address type to be written (W) mult. +1 (R) 100 % x - - x - - %THD A L2 Inst . +1 (R) 10000 A x - - x - - A L2 Max . +1 (R) 100 % x - - x - - %THD A L1 Inst ...Three-phase current (average) 11010/12010 AMI 0 .Total harmonic distortion in current 11018/12018 AMI 0 .. +1 (R)) 100 Hz x - - x - - Hz Max .Valid for Diagnostic package with only RTU560CIG10. +1 (R)) 100 % x - - x - - %THD V L3 Inst .... +1 (R)) 10000 kVArC x - - x - - kVArC lll Inst ....Frequency 11059/12059 AMI 0 .. +1 (R)) 1000000 kVArL*h x - - x - - kVArL*h lll Inst . +1 (R)) 1000000 kVArC*h x - - x - - kVArC*h lll (-) Inst . +1 (R)) 10000 kVArL x - - x - - kVArL lll Inst .Power factor 11055/12055 AMI -1 . +1 (R) 1000 V x - - x - - 11023/12023 AMI 0 . +1 (R)) 1000 V x - - x - - V L1 Inst . +1 (R)) 100 % x - - x - - %THD V L1 Inst . +1 (R)) 1000 V x - - x - - V31 Min .Current 11005/12005 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 1000 V x - - x - - V12 Max .Total harmonic distortion in voltage 11039/12039 AMI 0 .Apparent power kVA lll Min ....Voltage line L3-L1 11026/12026 AMI 0 ....Apparent power 11044/12044 AMI -1 .. +1 (R) 10000 A x - - x - - A L1 Max . o option N/A not applicable/available AMI analog measurement information 15 ....Apparent energy 11064/12064 AMI 0 . +1 (R)) 1000 V x - - x - - V L3 Max .Capacitive power 11050/12050 AMI -1 . +1 (R)) 1000 V x - - x - - V31 Max . +1 (R)) 1000 V x - - x - - V L3 Inst .Voltage phase L1 11028/12028 AMI 0 ...Inductive reactive energy 11062/12062 AMI 0 . +1 (R)) 1000000 kW*h x - - x - - kW*h lll (-) Inst . +1 (R)) 10000 kVArL x - - x - - kVArL lll Max ...Total harmonic distortion in current 11017/12017 AMI 0 ... +1 (R) 10000 A x - - x - - A L3 Max ... +1 (R)) 1 - x - - x - - PF lll Inst . +1 (R) 10000 A x - - x - - Md (kW) 15min Max .... +1 (R) 10000 A x - - x - - A L2 Inst . +1 (R)) 100 11060/12060 AMI 0 .Three-phase current (average) 11009/12009 AMI 0 . +1 (R)) 1000 V x - - x - - V L2 Inst .Total harmonic distortion in voltage 11040/12040 AMI 0 .......Voltage line L2-L3 11022/12022 AMI 0 ..Total harmonic distortion in current 11014/12014 AMI 0 .Capacitive energy generated 11067/12067 AMI 0 .Current 11006/12006 AMI 0 . +1 (R)) 1000 V x - - x - - V L2 Min ..Capacitive power 11051/12051 AMI -1 . +1 (R)) 1000 V x - - x - - V L3 Min ...Total harmonic distortion in voltage 11042/12042 AMI -1 ..Voltage phase L1 11029/12029 AMI 0 ..Active energy generated 11065/12065 AMI 0 ..CosPhi 11054/12054 AMI -1 . +1 (R)) 1 - x - - x - - PF lll Max . +1 (R)) 100 % x - - x - - %THD V L3 Inst ....Total harmonic distortion in voltage %THD V L1 Max .Neutral current 11008/12008 AMI 0 . +1 (R)) 100 % x - - x - - %THD V L2 Max .Current 11001/12001 AMI 0 ..Voltage line L2-L3 11024/12024 AMI 0 .....Active power 11047/12047 AMI -1 .Total harmonic distortion in current 11015/12015 AMI 0 .Power factor 11057/12057 AMI 0 ...Voltage phase L3 11034/12034 AMI 0 . +1 (R)) 100 % x - - x - - %THD V L2 Inst . Diagnostic glb unit data point description 0 1 5 6 10 13 11000/12000 AMI 0 ... +1 (R) 1000 V x - - x - - V12 Min .... +1 (R)) 1000 V x - - x - - V L1 Max .Voltage line L1-L2 11021/12021 AMI 0 ...Inductive power 11049/12049 AMI -1 .. +1 (R) 1000 V x - - x - - V23 Min ..Voltage phase L2 11031/12031 AMI 0 .Power factor 11056/12056 AMI -1 . +1 (R) 1000 V x - - x - - V23 Inst . +1 (R)) 10000 kW x - - x - - kW lll Max .. +1 (R) 100 % x - - x - - %THD A L2 Max .. +1 (R)) 10000 kVA x - - x - - kVA lll Inst ....CosPhi 11053/12053 AMI -1 ... +1 (R)) 1000000 kVA*h x - - x - - kVA*h lll Inst . +1 (R) 10000 A x - - x - - In Inst .Inductive power 11048/12048 AMI -1 ..Frequency kW*h x - - x - - kW*h lll Inst ..Current 11002/12002 AMI 0 .. +1 (R)) 10000 kVA x - - x - - 11045/12045 AMI -1 .Total harmonic distortion in voltage 11037/12037 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 1000 V x - - x - - V12 Inst ... +1 (R) 100 % x - - x - - %THD A L1 Max .. +1 (R) 10000 A x - - x - - Md (kW) 15min Inst .. +1 (R) 10000 A x - - x - - In Max . +1 (R) 100 % x - - x - - %THD A L3 Max ..Total harmonic distortion in current 11016/12016 AMI 0 .Active power 11046/12046 AMI -1 . +1 (R)) 10000 kW x - - x - - kW lll Inst .Capacitive reactive energy 11063/12063 AMI 0 .

+1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Average of forward phase current I Ø [dt] I L1 * Average of backward phase current I Ø [dt] I L1 * 1036/4036 AMI 0 ... +1 (R) 100 kV x - x - - - Voltage U L1-N 1018/4018 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 100 kV x - x - - - Voltage U L12 1015/4015 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Average of forward earth current I Ø [dt] I0S * IEC 60870-5-104 information object addresses (IOA): data from the first (most left one) cable switch has IOA 10xx.0 value in IEC 60870-5-104) means no value recorded yet ** Sign of the 1021: POS = FORWARD (B) / NEG = BACKWARD (A) 16 6 Diagnostic KRIES IKI-50 specific .... of forward phase current I Ø Max/Res I L3 * 1052/4052 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 1 - x - x - - - 1025/4025 AMI -1 . +1 (R) 100 kV x - x - - - Voltage U L31 1017/4017 AMI 0 . +1 (R)) 100 Hz x - x - - - Frequency f L2 - AMI POS/NEG (R) 1 - x - x - - - Load flow direction ** 1035/4035 AMI 0 .. −− MV network analog data values: −− Kries IKI-50 specific: IEC 60870-5-104 GI group information data value received (R) note / scada object address type to be written (W) mult... +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Average of backward phase current I Ø [dt] I L2 * 1039/4039 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 10000 kW x - x - - - Active power ∑ P 1023/4023 AMI -1 . +1 (R) 100 kV x - x - - - Voltage U L2-N 1019/4019 AMI 0 ........ +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max.. +1 (R) 100 kV x - x - - - Voltage U L23 1016/4016 AMI 0 .. of backward phase current I Ø Max/Res I L2 * 1051/4051 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 100 kV x - x - - - Voltage U0∑ 1021/4021 AMI -1 .. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Phase current I L1 1001/4001 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max...... +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Average of forward earth current I Ø [dt] I0S * 1054/4054 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Average of forward phase current I Ø [dt] I L3 * 1040/4040 AMI 0 ..Valid only for Diagnostic package.. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max.. +1 (R) 10000 kVA x - x - - - Apparent power ∑ S 1022/4022 AMI -1 ........ +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max...... of forward phase current I Ø Max [dT] I L3 * 1046/4046 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 100 kV x - x - - - Voltage U L3-N 1020/4020 AMI 0 ... of forward phase current I Ø Max/Res I L2 * 1050/4050 AMI 0 .. from the second cable switch 20xx etc… AMI analog measurement information * . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max... +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Average of forward phase current I Ø [dt] I L2 * 1038/4038 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Phase current I L3 1003/4003 AMI 0 ...... +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max...... +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Average of backward phase current I Ø [dt] I L3 * 1041/4041 AMI 0 ... +1 (R) 10000 kVAr x - x - - - Reactive power ∑ Q Power factor Cos Phi L2 1024/4024 AMI -1 .. of backward phase current I Ø Max [dT] I L1 * 1043/4043 AMI 0 . of backward phase current I Ø Max [dT] I L3 * 1047/4047 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Earth current I0∑ 1014/4014 AMI 0 . of backward phase current I Ø Max/Res I L1 * 1049/4049 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Phase current I L2 1002/4002 AMI 0 . of forward phase current I Ø Max/Res I L1 * 1048/4048 AMI 0 . of backward phase current I Ø Max/Res I L3 * 1053/4053 AMI 0 ...... of forward phase current I Ø Max [dT] I L2 * 1044/4044 AMI 0 ... Diagnostic glb unit 0 1 5 10 13 package package data point description REC603 RTU560CIG10 N/A x 1000/4000 AMI 0 ...overflow (1. of forward phase current I Ø Max [dT] I L1 * 1042/4042 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max.. of backward phase current I Ø Max [dT] I L2 * 1045/4045 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - 1037/4037 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max.. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max.

+10000 (R) 1 kVA x - x - - - 1022/4022 FPI -10000 ........... +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Average of phase current I2 Ø 15min 1006/4006 FPI 0 . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max.... of phase current I1 max365D 1033/4033 FPI 0 ..... +1 (R) 10000 kVA x - x - - - 1022/4022 AMI -1 . of phase current I2 max LR 1013/4013 AMI 0 ...... +1 (R) 100 kV x - x - - - Voltage V12 1015/4015 AMI 0 . of phase current I3 max24h 1014/4014 FPI 0 . +1 (R) 100 kV x - x - - - Voltage V23 1016/4016 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max.. +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - 1003/4003 FPI 0 . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max... of phase current I2 max7D 1031/4031 FPI 0 .. of phase current I1 max LR 1012/4012 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - 1011/4011 AMI 0 .... of phase current I2 max365D Max. +100000 (R) 1 V x - x - - - Voltage V1 1018/4018 FPI 0 ... of phase current I1 max365D 1033/4033 AMI 0 .. of phase current I3 max365D 1034/4034 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - 1008/4008 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Phase current I1 1001/4001 AMI 0 .. +100000 (R) 1 V x - x - - - Voltage V31 1017/4017 FPI 0 .. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Average of phase current I1 Ø 15min 1005/4005 AMI 0 . +100000 (R) 1 V x - x - - - Voltage VNE Apparent power S 1021/4021 FPI 0 .... of phase current I3 max LR 1014/4014 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max. of phase current I1 max7D 1030/4030 AMI 0 ....... +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Phase current I2 or IE if Earth sensor configured Phase current I3 1002/4002 FPI 0 . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - 1003/4003 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 100 kV x - x - - - Voltage VNE Apparent power S 1021/4021 AMI -1 . +100000 (R) 1 V x - x - - - Voltage V23 1016/4016 FPI 0 . +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Max....... of phase current I3 max24h 1010/4010 AMI 0 ... +1 (R) 1 - x - x - - - 1025/4025 FPI 0 .. of phase current I1 max24h 1009/4009 AMI 0 .... +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max... of phase current I2 max7D 1031/4031 AMI 0 . +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Average of phase current I1 Ø 15min 1005/4005 FPI 0 . +10000 (R) 1 kW x - x - - - Active power P 1023/4023 FPI -10000 ... +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Phase current I1 1001/4001 FPI 0 . +1 (R) 100 kV x - x - - - Voltage V3 1020/4020 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 10000 kW x - x - - - Active power P 1023/4023 AMI -1 . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - 1000/4000 FPI 0 .. +1 (R) 100 kV x - x - - - Voltage V1 1018/4018 AMI 0 ... +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max.. +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Earth current IE 1004/4004 FPI 0 ....interrogation commands: GI group description 20 global group . of phase current I3 max7D 1032/4032 AMI 0 .. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Earth current IE 1004/4004 AMI 0 ... +1 (R) 1000 a x - x - - - Max.... +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Max.. from the second cable switch 20xx etc… AMI analog measurement information SPI single-point information Description on how the data are obtained: . +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Max. +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Load flow direction B x - x - - - Max. distr..... +1 (R)) 100 Hz x - x - - - Frequency 1027/4027 SPI 1 (R) x - x - - - Load flow direction A 1028/4028 SPI 1 (R) 1029/4029 AMI 0 . of phase current I1 max7D 1030/4030 FPI 0 .. +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Average of phase current I3 Ø 15min Average of earth current IE Ø 15min 1007/4007 AMI 0 .. of phase current I2 max365D 1034/4034 FPI 0 ..spontaneously – data are sent automatically when their values are changed (valid for binary data) .all signals 1 MV switches position and local/remote status 5 MV network analog values 6 LV network analog values (not valid for WIMO – use group 20 and ports 2406 and 2408) 10 MV network.. +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Max. of phase current I2 max24h 1010/4010 FPI 0 ....... +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Average of phase current I3 Ø 15min Average of earth current IE Ø 15min 1007/4007 FPI 0 ... +100000 (R) 1 V x - x - - - Voltage V3 1020/4020 FPI 0 . − − MV network analog data values: −− Horstmann Compass B specific: IEC 60870-5-104 GI group information data value received (R) note / scada object address type to be written (W) mult... +1 (R) 10000 kVAr x - x - - - Reactive power Q Power factor Cos Phi 1024/4024 AMI -1 . of phase current I3 max365D IEC 60870-5-104 information object addresses (IOA): data from the first (most left one) cable switch has IOA 10xx.Valid only for Diagnostic package. +10000 (R) 1 kVAr x - x - - - Reactive power Q Power factor Cos Phi 1024/4024 FPI -1 .. tr faults and SPARE inputs 13 Secondary devices status and errors 17 ..periodically – no data are sent with preconfigured periods Diagnostic HORSTMANN Compass B specific . Diagnostic glb unit 0 1 5 6 10 13 package package data point description REC603 RTU560CIG10 N/A x x N/A 1000/4000 AMI 0 . +1 (R) 100 kV x - x - - - Voltage V31 1017/4017 AMI 0 . +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Max. of phase current I2 max24h Max.. +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Max.... +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Average of phase current I2 Ø 15min 1006/4006 AMI 0 . +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Max. +100000 (R) 1 V x - x - - - Voltage V12 1015/4015 FPI 0 . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Load flow direction B x - x - - - Max........... +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Max.. +100 (R) 1 Hz x - x - - - Frequency 1027/4027 SPI 1 (R) x - x - - - Load flow direction A 1028/4028 SPI 1 (R) 1029/4029 FPI 0 . of phase current I1 max24h 1009/4009 FPI 0 . +1 (R) 100 kV x - x - - - Voltage V2 1019/4019 AMI 0 . +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - Max. +100000 (R) 1 V x - x - - - Voltage V2 1019/4019 FPI 0 . +1 (R) 1000 A x - x - - - Phase current I2 or IE if Earth sensor configured Phase current I3 1002/4002 AMI 0 ... +1 (R) 1 - x - x - - - 1025/4025 AMI -1 . of phase current I3 max7D 1032/4032 FPI 0 .... +1000 (R) 1 A x - x - - - 1008/4008 FPI 0 .....

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