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Contents

Overview
General description

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2

Installation
Control unit wiring
Transmission wiring

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3
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Commissioning
Settings
Control module setting
Communication module setting
Voltage presence detection setting

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Operation
Control and indication

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Maintenance
Data display
Diagnostics

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Appendices
A - Configuration parameters
B - List of dated logging events

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English

Easergy T200 S

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General description

Overview

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Introduction
CONTROL

COMMS

POWER

Easergy T200 S is a range of autochangeover automation and telecontrol interface


dedicated to SM6 range of switchgears.
IM switchgear could be supplied with telecontrol interface limited to 2 feeders control.
NSM switchgears are supplied either with a network or a generator autochangeover
function.
Network NSM switchgears could accept a telecontrol option.

Description
Its main parts are:
b a rack gathering all electronic modules,
b a grid to support the transmission equipment (radio, external modem),
b a battery providing a backup power supply when the enclosure is no longer
powered by the AC supply,
b a connection part with:
v two 9 pins plugs for connection to the switch,
v two 4 pins plugs for the connection to the toroid sensors,
v a lever type fuse holder for the AC power supply,
v eventually, a terminal block to connect the emergency generator.
The rack contains three functional modules:

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English

T200 S: IM and network NSM

CONTROL

COMMS

POWER

b The Control module (marked CONTROL)


The Control module comprises a control panel (front panel) and a Central Processing
Unit (CPU) card.
It manages the functions of 1 to 2 switches and controls local operation, with the
exception of communications. This module gets on the front plate the configuration
plug for automation and fault detectors.
b The Communication module (marked COMMS)
It controls all the communications with the remote control centre via the modem.
This module is not present in generator NSM switchgear, and it is optional in network
NSM switchgear. It is always present in telecontrolled IM switchgear.
b The Power supply module (marked POWER)
It supplies power to the enclosure, the battery charger and the associated
self-monitoring equipment.

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Control unit wiring

Installation

Connecting procedure
Telecontrolled IM wiring
b Connect the transmission devices,
b Connect the 230 Vac main supply,
b Connect the battery,
b Power up the unit.
Network NSM wiring
b Connect the 230 Vac main supply,
b Connect the battery,
b Power up the unit.
Network NSM with telecontrol wiring
b Connect the transmission devices,
b Connect the 230 Vac main supply,
b Connect the battery,
b Power up the unit.

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Generator NSM wiring


b Connect the generator interface,
b Connect the 230 Vac main supply,
b Connect the battery,
b Power up the unit.

Connecting 230 Vca supply


d

b Switch off the supply circuit by moving the central lever on the safety fuse located
in the centre to the down position. It is not necessary to remove the fuse.
b Connect the main power cable AC supply (2 x 2.5 mm2 into the appropriate
cable gland and connect it using the shortest possible length of cable of the bottom
screw terminals on the safety fuse (phase on the right, neutral on the left).
b Check that the mains connector is correctly connected under the rack.

Main power terminal


Safety fuse

English

To prevent any risk of electric shock or burns, check that the mains
supply is disconnected before carrying out any work on the enclosure.

Neutral

Phase

IMPORTANT: the AC supply input is insulated at 10 kV with respect


to the enclosure earth. It is important to ensure that the cable and its use
outside and inside the enclosure do not damage this insulation.

Battery
d

IMPORTANT:

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b Use battery with a manufacturing date less than


3 months.
b Do not store over 6 months without reloading.
b Do not throw the batteries into bin.

The battery is of 12 V - 24 Ah type. It is housed in the lower left part of the enclosure.
It is held in position by a strap with tightening buckle.

d Note: the battery must only be connected to the enclosure when


the equipment is powered up.
b Connect the battery to the equipment by plugging the connector into the base
under the power supply module (the arrow on the connector must remain visible
during the connection).
b The connector is polarized. DO NOT FORCE IT INTO POSITION.

Switching on the AC supply


b Close the safety fuse inside the enclosure (see illustration opposite).

Normal use
When the operations described above have been performed, the normal power
supply to the equipment is resumed and the battery can be charged.
When all the tests have been completed, the Normal status is as follows
(on the front panel):
b On the Power supply module:
v the AC supply off and Battery fault indicators are off,
v the Rack 12 V present, and Ext. 12 V ext. present indicators are lit steadily,
v the 48 V present indicators is lit steadily (after a 20 s time delay),
v the fault indicators are off.
b On the control module:
v the Local/Remote switch is set to Remote mode,
v the indicator lamps reflect the indications, in particular the position of the cubicles.
b On the Communication module (if any):
v the ON indicator lamp is lit,
v the defect indicator lamp goes off quickly,
v the other communication indicator lamps remain off.

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Control unit wiring

Installation

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Emergency generator interface


b Principle
The cable is marked as follow:

T200 S terminal
(NSM)

Terminal
Voltage

Mark

Start-up relay

C
D
B
A
C
D
B
A

Stop relay

Voltage

Stop

Start-up

CT installation
The CTs must be mounted the same side up, the cables being oriented to the bottom:
Tag HAUT/TOP up above, wire outputs down (see below).

Generator Stop
Start
started
generator generator
contact
order
order

d IMPORTANT: the MV cable earthing braid must be fitted back through


the CT, before being connected to the earth. The green/yellow wire must
be connected to the same earth as the CT.

TO
P

HA
UT

HA
UT

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Emergency
generator

Function
Generator started, generator voltage
present
Generator started, generator voltage
present
Start generator order
Free
Start generator order
Free
Free
Stop generator order
Stop generator order
Free

TO
P

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Transmission wiring

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Installation

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Transmission devices mounting

210

A transmission interface slot (RS485/232, modem, radio, GSM, optical fibre)


is provided at the top right-hand side of Easergy T200 S. A slide-mounted support
offers various adjustment possibilities.
Available space
b Height: 220 mm,
b Width: 65 mm,
b Depth: 210 mm.

220

Connection to Easergy T200 S


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The serial link is available


on the 9 pin the SUB-D
connector on the rack
right side.
12 Vdc output
(1 A max.)

+
+

English

Rack right side

The 12 Vdc power supply


for transmission device
is available connector
on the rack right side.

RS232/RS485 interface
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RS232

RS485

2F 4F
A
B
GND
A
B
GND

2F

4F

RC
+5V
GND

2F

2F 4F
A
B
GND
A
B
GND

4F

A
B
GND
A
B
GND

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RC
+5V
GND

2F 4F

12V

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The interface card is provided mounted on the sliding support. In order to wire and
set the jumpers, the support could be unscrewed.
RS485 2 wires:
b connect the 2 wires on the A and B pin
(2F XV),
b connect the ground (GND pin),
b set the jumpers on 2F/4F on 2F
(on the right).

2F

4F

RS485 4 wires:
b connect the 2 reception wires
on the A and B pin (4F V),
b connect the ground (GND pin),
b connect the 2 emission wires
on the A and B pin (4F X),
b connect the ground (GND pin),
b set the jumpers on 2F/4F on 4F
(on the left).

d It is compulsory to connect the transmission cable shield screen.


The cable screen must be wired, at one end only of the cable, to the earth
(at supervisor in preferably).
SIM card slot
Unlock slot
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Antenna
connector

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GSM modem
The GSM device is provided mounted on the slide-mounted support.
In order to wire and fit the SIM card, the support could be withdrawed.
b Install the antenna on the substation wall (outdoor preferably),
b Connect the antenna on the GSM antenna terminal,
b Introduce the SIM card.

Transmission wiring

Installation

Radio devices
For radio transmission, T200 S is provided with an FSK interface, and the radio
emetter/receiver is not provided (see radio wiring below).

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Connection

LF send
0V
0V
LF Rec
Send Cd
Sq
0V
0V

12 Vdc output
(1 A max.)

+
+

Rack right side

T200

Radio

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1 Spare
2 LF send (output)
3 Ground
4 Spare
5 LF receive (input)
6 Send command (output)
7 Squelch (input)
8 Spare
9 Spare

12 Vdc power supply


The 12 Vdc supply for the remote transmission equipment is provided
via the connector on the right-hand side of the rack.
Radio emetter/receiver installation
The radio emetter/receiver should be mounted on the slide-mounted support.
It could be withdrawed in order to facilitate the installation. Connect the antenna
in conformance with radio supplier advices.

English

RS232 link
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The RS232 serial link is provided on the SUB-D 9-pin connector also located
on the right-hand side of the rack.
T200
TD
RD
GND
RTS
CTS
DTR
DSR
CD

2
3
5
7
8
4
6
1

Modem
2
3
5
7
8
4
6
1

TD
RD
GND
RTS
CTS
DTR
DSR
CD

No CTS, DCT, DSR management

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Telephone line
connection

Should the RS232 link being used with a modem, it could be mounted on the slidemounted support. It could be withdrawed to facilitate the mounting.
The 12 Vdc supply for the remote transmission equipment is provided via the
connector on the right-hand side of the rack.

Telephone line (PSTN)


Cable tie support

The telephone line interface device is provided mounted on the slide-mounted


support. It could be withdrawed to facilitate the mounting.
b Screw the 2 line wires on the terminal located on the PSTN interface card.
b Fasten the line cable on the tie supports located on the PSTN interface card.

PSTN interface device

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Settings

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Commissioning

CONTROL

COMMS

In order to fully commission a T200 S the AC auxiliary supply and a lap top PC
are compulsory.

POWER

Easergy T200 S requires two configuration operations:


b CPU card configuration (date, fault detection, etc.),
Communication module configuration (communication parameters, alarms, etc.),
if it exist.

Configuration PC computer connection


A PC running Windows, a cable and the Easergy ConfiguratorCD-Rom
are required to configure the equipment.
Connect the PC end of the cable to computer serial port no. 1 (COM1) and
the Easergy T200 end to the connector on the front panel of the Control module
or the communication module.
When the PC is powered up, insert the Easergy Configurator CD-Rom in the drive,
install the software and click on the Easergy Configurator icon on the PC desktop.
The main menu of the corresponding card appears.

Generalities

2
3

Female connector
Lap top PC side

RD

RD

TD

TD

7
8

b The equipment is factory-configured prior to delivery (see appendix A).


2
3
5

5
RTS

RTS

CTS

CTS

Shield screen

English

Male connector
T200 side

b In addition to the configuration option, the software also allows operators to:
v display the internal states of the equipment (Equipment state),
v query, log and delete events (Dated logging events),
v display and log transfers between the T200 S and the control station
(frame analyser),
v set the equipment time.

7
8

Shield screen

b Modifications to the configuration data can only be taken into account after
they are confirmed in the Save field.
b Click on Cancel to return to the previous parameters.

Configuration software users guide


b The area in which the cursor is positioned is highlighted.
b The arrows keys and the tab key are used to move from one area to another
(data input fields or function title).
b A highlighted area can be selected by pressing Enter or the Space bar.

Male/female link crossed cable

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b A parameter value can be modified via:


v the + key or the Space bar to increase the value,
v the key to reduce the value.
When a parameter has reached its maximum value, pressing the + key
or the Space bar again returns it to its minimum value.
Press the key to return it to its maximum value.
v Press Esc to exit a submenu.
v Press Alt and F4 simultaneously to exit the main menu.

Control module setting

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Commissioning

T200S CPU - I M
EPROM v1.04
PARAMETERS SETUP
Name : ?????
Delayed AC supply OFF : 2h
Fault detection
SAVE CONFIGURATION : OK
Cancel
EVENT
Display events Erase events Setup time
DIAGNOSTIC
Equipment state

Switching counter

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Main menu for IM switchgear


T200S CPU - Network NSM
EPROM v1.01
PARAMETERS SETUP
Name : ?????
Delayed AC supply OFF : 2 h
Parallel mode : no
Fault detection
Automation
SAVE CONFIGURATION : OK
Cancel
EVENT
Display events Erase events Setup time
Switching counter

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Main menu for network change over NSM


T200S CPU - Generator NSM
EPROM v1.04
PARAMETERS SETUP
Name : ?????
Delayed AC supply OFF : 2 h

SAVE CONFIGURATION : OK
Cancel
EVENT
Display events Erase events Setup time
DIAGNOSTIC
Equipment state

Switching counter

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Main menu for generator change over NSM


Fault detection
FAULT DETECTION
Phase fault setting
Earth fault setting

:
:

Minimum fault duration :

SW1

SW2

500 A
20 A

500 A
20 A

200ms

200ms

AUTOMATIC FAULT RESET


After AC supply ON
: yes
After delay
: 2h

yes
2h

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Fault detection setting menu


Automation
Automation permitted
: yes
Operation mode
: SW1 -> SW2
Permutation waiting time : 2 s
Time before returning on normal way

b Name
This field can be filled in to define a name for the T200. It is not mandatory.
b Delayed AC supply OFF
Delayed AC supply OFF is activated after a configurable time delay.
b Parallel mode allowed
For network change over NSM switchgear only it allows simultaneous close control
the two switches.
b Fault detection
Give access to the Fault Passage Detection configuration menu.
b Automation
Give access to the automation configuration menu.
b Save configuration
Essential for taking into account all the data modified, both in the main menu
and the submenus.
Note: (during commissioning), until the configuration is not validated,
T200 S is not activated.
b Events
The events (Dated logging events) can be displayed and erased from the main menu.
b Setup time
At the first power up, the setup time menu must be selected in order to validate
the clock which has been stopped during storage.
b Diagnostic
Give access to display of status and measurement.
b Switching counter
Give access to switching counter display.

Fault detection menu

Fault detection
Automation

: 1mn

ESCAPE=Exit

Automation setting menu: network change over NSM


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English

DIAGNOSTIC
Equipment state

Main menu

Automation
Automation permitted : yes
Operation mode
: Group on SW2
Returning permitted : yes
Permutation waiting time : 15 s
Time before returning on normal way : 2 mn
ESCAPE=Exit

The menu is used to configure all the fault current detection parameters (internal
fault detector option).
Note: the screen opposite shows the parameters for an Easergy T200 S
with two current Acquisition modules. Those ways not provided with a current
Acquisition module are not displayed on the screen.

Automation configuration menu


NSM network (DDM)
b Automation in operation
Validation (yes) or inhibition (no) of automatic operation mode.
b Operating mode
v SW1 XV SW2 Semi-Auto mode,
v Auto-SW1 (or Auto-SW2) mode,
v SW1 V SW2 (or SW2 V SW1) mode.
b Permutation waiting time T1
100 ms to 200 s by 100 ms steps.
b Time before returning on normal way T2 (only for Auto-SW1
and Auto-SW2 modes)
5 s to 60 s by 1 s steps.

NSM generator (NSM)


b Automation in operation
Validation (yes) or inhibition (no) of automatic operation mode.
b Operating mode
v Group on SW2,
v Group on SW1.
b Returning permitted
Allow (yes) the automation to switch back on the network or not (no).
b Permutation waiting time T1
1 s to 15 s by 1 s steps.
b Time before returning on normal way T2 (only for Auto-SW1
and Auto-SW2)
2 s to 1 h by 1 s steps.

Automation setting menu: generator change over NSM

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Setup time
Automatic setup time (PC date and time)
Date :
30/04/04
Time :
13:38:22
Stop clock (before long time storage)

Switching counter
SW1 switching counter : 0
SW2 switching counter : 0
Counter reset

Control module setting

Setup time menu


Easergy T200 S can be time synchronised by mean of the configurator:
b Automatic setup time: the PC date and time is copied into T200 S.
b Manual time setting: by modifying the Date and Time fields.
b Stop clock: if the equipment is to be stored for a long period without power,
it is advisable to stop the clock to increase the service life of the lithium battery
associated with the component that controls this function.

d Note: the equipment is delivered with the clock stopped. The date and time
are only used for time-and-date stamped events and by the protocol analyser.

Switching counter display


Display of the number of operation on switchgears.
The preset is operated by modifying the value and selecting the counter reset field.

English

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Commissioning

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Communication module setting

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Commissioning

Communication module configuration

T200 Comms Card MODBUS


PROM v4.09
PARAMETERS SETUP
MODBUS address
: 100
MODBUS sub-address
: 0
Modem type : Direct RS232
Comms parameters
CPU Modules installed :
Alarms parameters
:
Select before execute TC
SAVE CONFIGURATION :
DIAGNOSTIC
Equipment state

1: yes
CPU 1
: no

2: no
CPU 2

When T200 S is provided with a communication option, the setting is done


by connecting the configuration PC on the plug in front of the communication card.

3: no
CPU 3

4: no
CPU 4

OK
Cancel

Main menu

MODBUS analyser

English

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Main menu for MODBUS protocol


T200 Comms Card MODBUS
PROM v4.09
PARAMETERS SETUP
Link address
: 1
ASDU common address
: 1
Modem type: Direct RS 232
Comms parameters
CPU modules installed : 1: yes
2: no
3: no
Alarms parameters
: CPU 1
CPU 2
CPU 3
PowerMeter present
: 1: no
2: no
3: no
PowerMeter type : PM500
Interoperability (transmission)
Interoperability (application)
Interoperability (for symetrical mode)
SAVE CONFIGURATION : OK
Cancel
DIAGNOSTICS
101 analyser

4: no
CPU 4
4: no

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Main menu for IEC 870-5-101 protocol


T200 Comms Card DNP3
PROM v3.03
PARAMETERS SETUP
SCADA address
: 100
RTU address
: 0
Modem type : Direct RS232
Comms parameters
CPU Modules installed : 1: yes 2: no 3: no 4: no
PowerMeter installed : 1: no 2: no 3: no 4: no 5: no 6: no
Profile
SAVE CONFIGURATION :

The configuration menus give access to:


b Transmission system settings,
b Communication protocol settings.
Note: these parameters are defined in the dedicated reference manual
of the communication option, which can be delivered on request.

b Addresses
The address management depends on the protocol. The address of each
communication in the communication network shall be unique.
b Modem type
Define the transmission type:
v Direct RS232: for RS485 and non-supplied external modem,
v Telephone: except DNP3,
v GSM: except DNP3,
v Radio: FSK communication, except DNP3.
b Comms parameter
Give access to the configuration menu dedicated to the transmission system
choose above.
b CPU modules installed
Do not modified the manufacture setting: 1: yes, 2: no, 3: no, 4: no.
b Alarms parameter
Give access to the alarm configuration module (refer to relevant protocol manual).
b Select before execute (MODBUS only)
Choose a dual action for control order (depends on the SCADA).
b PowerMeter installed
Do not modified the manufacture setting: 1: no, 2: no, 3: no, 4: no, 5: no, 6: no.
b Protocol depending fields
The field interoperability (IEC) and profile (DNP3) give access to protocol specific
parameters described into the relevant users manual.
b SAVE CONFIGURATION
Select OK memorise the new settings. The settings are then download
into the communication card and it becomes active.
Select Cancel to keep the old settings.

OK
Cancel

DIAGNOSTICS
DNP3 analyser

Main menu for DNP 3.0 protocol

Other menus
Other communication parameters depends on the communication card are thus
defined in the relevant communication card manual.

Reference manuals

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Protocol

Language

Number

Reference

MODBUS

French

N0484

T200-D-MOD2-FR

MODBUS

English

N0484GB

T200-D-MOD2-EN

IEC 870-5-101

French

N0511FR

T200-D-IEC-FR

IEC 870-5-101

English

N0511GB

T200-D-IEC-EN

DNP3.0

English

N0512GB

T200-D-DNP-EN

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Voltage presence detection


setting

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VD3H voltage presence relay


Medium voltage presence is detected by mean of a voltage presence relay VD3H.
This relay monitors the 3 phase voltage and the unbalanced voltage. The voltage
signal comes from a dedicated VPIS (Voltage Presence Indication System).

1 - Voltage absence threshold micro-switch


2 - MV network voltage (Vn)
3 - Presence of voltage LED (green)
4 - 48 Vdc power supply terminal blocks
5 - Output contact
6 - Presence of unbalanced voltage
7 - MV network voltage adjustment
8 - Unbalanced voltage threshold
9 - Voltage signal input

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d Note: dedicated VPIS for VD3H have to be used.


1

2
50%
55%
60%
65%
70%
75%
80%
85%

100%

GR

VD = Vn x %

48V

VD3H

L1

VD 1

V1

L2

VD 2
V2

L3

VD 3
V3

54%
48%
42%
36%

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N
Vo = Vn x %

OUT

30%

Vo

0379-0 Ed. 2

Voltage threshold setting


Example 50%

VD3H voltage presence relay is provided fitted to the MV voltage in the SM6.

50%
55%
60%
65%
70%
75%
80%
85%

Voltage threshold setting


100%

Unbalanced threshold setting


Example 54%
54%
48%
42%
36%

b Phase voltage threshold


The setting is configured by moving to the left the (1) microswitches of the selected
value: 50% to 85% by step of 5%.
The voltage is declared present when U > Un x s%.
The voltage is declared absent when U < Un x% 700 V or V < Vn x% 400 V.
b Residual voltage threshold
The threshold setting is done by moving left the switch (8) corresponding to
the selected value: 54%, 48%, 42%, 36% and 30% (30% = all microswitches
on right position).
The threshold is set by the ratio residual voltage/nominal voltage (Uo/Un).

30%

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Control and indication

Operation

Operation modes
Easergy T200 S can be used locally via the Control module or remotely from
a remote control station, depending on the position of the Local/Remote switch
(if a communication module is plugged).
An indicator lamp showing the status of the equipment is located at the top
of the control panel (front panel of the Control module).

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A PC can be connected to the Control module to provide further information about


the status of Easergy T200 S and its operating history.

Equipment fault

CONTROL

English

Automatic control reset


Voltage present
(Way 1 if automation)
Voltage present
(Way 2 if automation)
Automatic control locked
Cubicle neutralization
indication
Way no.
(2nd way on option)

COMMS

POWER

Communication mode
indicator plate
The AC supply to the unit
is cut off

U1

U2

AC OF F

Reset

DI 1

DI 2

DI 3

DI 4

Loss of battery capacity


or charge fault

ON

TD

Cubicle position

Rack 12 V supply present

RD

Telecommunications
equipment (radio, etc.)
12 V supply available

Cubicle selector,
Local mode
Unused LED

48 V or 24 V supply present

Fault current storage


Incoming MV
identification location

The unit is sending data

Selected cubicle
open/closed
confirmation
Fault detector and
indicator lamp self-test
control

The unit is receiving data

ON
Test

OFF

ON

Communication module
fault

Reset

Stored fault
erase button
Connector used
to connect a PC
for configuring and
monitoring T200 operation
Automatic control
operating service
OFF (left LED)
or ON (right LED)

Communication module
powered
Reset

T200 S reset
Communication card
configuration plug

Automatic control
ON/OFF switching
Local operation (left LED)
or Remote operation
(right LED) switch

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Control and indication

Operation

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Switch control

DI 1

DI 2

DI 3

DI 4

Feeder 1 or 2
selection

The switches can only be controlled via the Control module if:
b The Local/Remote switch is set to Local,
b The 48 Vdc (or 24 V) is present,
A control order moves the switchgear to the opposite position.
b If the switch is off, a switch-on order is given.
b if the switch is on, a switch-off order is given.

Autochange over
In order to start or stop the autochange over function:
b The Local/Remote switch must be on Local position,
b The control of the automation change the status
(confirmation button must be press simultaneously).

OFF

ON

In order to securise the local control orders, and avoid


unsollicited operation, it is compulsory to push simultaneously
on the control button of the feeder and the confirmation button.

Fault currents
On the Control module, a memorised fault current is shown by a red indicator lamp
included in each feeder block diagram.
b A Test pushbutton is used to trigger the simultaneous testing of the acquisition
systems and control panel indicator lamps. The corresponding indicator lamps
light up if the test is positive for as long as the pushbutton remains pressed,
then remain lit after the Test pushbutton is released.
b The Reset pushbutton is used to reset the memorised faults.

English

Test

Confirmation
Reset

Other orders
The power supply reset could be done from the Power supply module:
b It initialises the Telecoms supply when this output has been cut off due
to overconsumption,
b It initialises the supply to the equipment after it has been switched off due
to an excessive drop in the 12 V supply.

Dated logging events (see Appendix B)


As a result of the monitoring operations performed by the equipment, dated logging
events used to track the various operating phases (operating mode, transmission
of orders to the MV switches, self-testing, and so on) are stored.
The storage capacity is 100 events; when the queue is saturated, the most recent
event erases the oldest one; a special Events loss is then inserted into the queue.
The events are dated by the equipments internal clock.
It can be set from the configuration PC, or from the remote control station
if this function is available.

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Data display

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Maintenance

General

T200S CPU - I M
EPROM v1.04

The equipment does not require regular maintenance.


The integrated battery test keeps users informed of the availability status of the battery.
Note: replacement fuses are provided in the accessories bag attached inside
of the basic enclosure.

PARAMETERS SETUP
Name : ?????
Delayed AC supply OFF : 2h
Fault detection

A PC-compatible microcomputer and the Easergy T200 configuration floppy disk


can be used to view the internal status of the equipment and the stored events
(see also Commissioning).

SAVE CONFIGURATION : OK
Cancel
EVENT
Display events Erase events Setup time
DIAGNOSTIC
Equipment state

Switching counter

DE56835EN

Equipment states menu


Equipment states
Automation
[OFF]

SW 1
[] >
0A
Phase fault
Earth fault

Charger fault
Battery fault
48Vdc failure
12Vdc failure
MODBUS failure

Operated

Local mode
AC supply OFF
Delayed AC supply OFF

English

ESCAPE=Exit

DE56836EN

Equipment fault indicator lamp

Display events
First event
1 20/02/03 16:07:51.06 Local mode
2 20/02/03 16:07:51.41 Remote mode
3 20/02/03 16:07:54.13 48Vdc failure
4 20/02/03 16:07:56.33 Local mode
5 20/02/03 16:07:57.03 Remote mode
6 20/02/03 16:07:59.09 AC supply OFF
7 20/02/03 16:00:00.10 AC supply ON
End of 7 events
ESCAPE=Exit

Digital input 1
Digital input 2
Digital input 3
Digital input 4

The screen on the left represents the internal fault detection option of a 1-way
Easergy T200 S with one Current Acquisition card.
This menu is used to display:
b The switch status: open ( | ), closed ( ) and Locked,
b Stored fault currents: Phase fault and Earth fault,
b Current measurement on each MV way if this option is available,
b Voltage measurement (only if automation),
b The automatic control status
v enabled (E),
v disabled (H),
v locked (X),
b Equipment faults,
b Operating mode: Local or Distant
b AC supply OFF, Delayed AC supply OFF,
b Digital inputs status.
Note: the current information is highlighted.

Display events menu


The Display events menu is used to view the dated logging events stored
on the CPU card.
b When all the events have been displayed, the total number of events appears
on the End of xx events message line.
It is then possible to scroll through the list using the arrow keys.
b One hundred dated logging events can be logged.
When this number is exceeded, the first event in the list becomes an Events loss.
b Events can be erased by validating the Erase events field in the main menu.

Erase events menu


The Erase events field is used to erase the stored dated logging events.
When this field is validated, a confirmation is requested: Confirmation (Y/N).
Pressing the Y key permanently erases the dated logging events.

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Diagnostics

Symptoms
The Equipment
fault LED on
the Control module
is ON.
(you are advised
to connect a PC
to the Control module
to determine the
cause of the fault:
Equipment states
menu)

Possible causes

Solutions

Easergy T200: no communication


between the Control module
and the Communication module
The battery charger output
voltage is too high or too low
No power supply
to the switchgear
Loss of battery capacity or
charge fault
No telecommunications
power supply
(Radio or Modem)
Control module problem
(EPROM, EEPROM,
configuration)

Replace the Control module and/or the Communication module

The Control module software


is faulty
The AC supply
OFF LED on the
front panel of the
Power supply
module is ON
AC OFF

AC supply fuse blown


No supply to the enclosure
Enclosure power supply cut off
automatically due to a long AC
supply outage
Temporary AC supply outage

The Battery fault


LED on the front
panel of the Power
supply module
is ON

Loss of battery capacity


or charge fault

The Rack 12 V
LED on the front
panel of the Power
supply module
is OFF

Fuse blown

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If the AC supply OFF LED is lit,


the enclosure supply has been
cut off automatically due to
a long AC supply outage
Enclosure power supply cut off
automatically due to a drop
in the 12 V voltage
Power supply module failure

Check the charger and the battery.


If necessary, replace the Power supply module and/or the battery
See 48 V LED OFF in the symptom column below
See Battery fault LED ON in the symptom column below
See External 12 V LED OFF in the symptom column below

Connect the PC to the Control module


EEPROM read fault or PROM check sum fault = XXXX :
the component is faulty; replace the CPU card
Configuration lost: reconfigure and confirm.
If the fault persists, replace the CPU card
Press the Reset button on the Power supply module
If the LED does not go out after a few seconds,
replace the CPU card
Replace the gF type 2 A HRC fuse, 10 x 38 mm
in the lower enclosure panel
Connect the AC supply
Check the cause of the AC supply outage.
If the AC supply remains OFF, run another supply cycle by pressing
the Reset button on the Power supply module. If there is no power
supply ON, replace Power supply module and/or the battery.
Wait for the AC supply voltage to be reinstated
(the enclosure is now running on the battery)
Check that AC supply is ON and that the charger is supplying 12 V.
To do this, disconnect the battery and measure the voltage on
battery connector on rack.
If voltage is equal to zero, replace the Power supply module.
Otherwise, reset the Power supply module to trigger a battery test,
after connecting battery to the rack; if the problem recurs after
charging for 24 hours, replace the battery..
Replace the 5 x 20 mm, 0.8 A semi-time-lag fuse
on the Power supply module
Check the cause of the AC supply outage.
If the AC supply remains OFF, run another supply cycle by pressing
the Reset button on the Power supply module. If there is no power
supply ON, replace Power supply module and/or the battery.
Check the charger and the battery. If necessary, replace the Power
supply module and/or the battery

Dated logging
events
Modbus
communication
fault
Charger fault
Switchgear 48 V
supply OFF
Battery fault
External 12 V
OFF

AC supply OFF

English

Maintenance

Equipment
shutdown

AC supply OFF
Battery fault

Equipment
shutdown

Replace the Power supply module

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Diagnostics

Maintenance

Symptoms
The External 12 V
LED on the front
panel of the Power
supply module
is extinguished

English

The 48 V present
LED on the front
panel of the Power
supply module
is OFF

All the Control


module indicator
lamps are OFF

Possible causes

Solutions

Fuse blown

Replace the 5 x 20 mm, 4 A time-lag fuse on the right-hand side


of the rack
Check the transmission equipment and reinstate the supply
by pressing the Reset button on the Power supply module
Equipment
Check the cause of the AC supply outage.
If the AC supply remains OFF, run another supply cycle by pressing shutdown
the Reset button on the Power supply module. If there is no power
supply ON, replace Power supply module and/or the battery
Check the charger and the battery. If necessary, replace the Power
supply module and/or the battery

Consumption at the output


> 1.3 A 0.3 A for 3 min
If the AC supply OFF LED is lit,
the enclosure supply has been
cut off automatically due to
a long AC supply outage
Enclosure power supply cut off
automatically due to a drop
in the 12 V voltage
Power supply module failure

Fuse blown

Replace the Power supply module

External 12 V
OFF or
equipment
shutdown
Replace the 5 x 20 mm, 5 A time-lag fuse on the CPU card
Switchgear
of the Control module in the left-hand part of the enclosure
48 V supply
OFF
Check the cause of the AC supply outage.
Equipment
If the AC supply remains OFF, run another supply cycle by pressing shutdown
the Reset button on the Power supply module. If there is no power
supply ON, replace Power supply module and/or the battery
Check the charger and the battery. If necessary, replace the Power
supply module and/or the battery

If the AC supply OFF LED is lit,


the enclosure supply has been
cut off automatically due to
a long AC supply outage
Motorization power supply cut
off automatically due to a drop
in the 48 V voltage
Power supply module failure
T200 CPU card failure

Replace the Power supply module


Replace the T200 CPU card

The equipment is not powered up

Power up the equipment

Supply fuse blown

Replace the 5 x 20 mm, 0.8 A semi time-lag fuse


on the Power supply module
Replace the Control module
Reset by pressing the Reset button on the Power supply module

Control module failure


The card program is no longer
running
The Communication The equipment is not powered up
module ON LED Supply fuse blown
is extinguished

The Communication The Communication module


module Fault LED software is faulty
is flashing

Power up the equipment


Replace the 5 x 20 mm, 0.8 A semi time-lag fuse
on the Power supply module
Connect the PC to the Communication module
EEPROM read fault or PROM check sum = XXXX :
the component is faulty; replace the Communication module
Configuration lost: reconfigure and confirm.
If the fault persists, replace the Communication module
Press the Reset button on the Power supply module
If the LED does not go out after a few seconds,
replace the Communication module

Events
Events loss

Solutions
If the problem recurs, replace the T200 CPU card

The Communication Communication module


module Fault LED problem (EPROM, EEPROM,
is lit
configuration)

Operation orders
not executed

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Possible causes
If fewer than 100 events are
stored, an event storage problem
has occurred
More than 100 events stored
The switch order
was not executed

Dated logging
events
External 12 V
OFF

Equipment
shutdown or
48 V switchgear
supply OFF
Equipment
shutdown

Normal operating conditions apply


Check:
b the position of the Local/Remote switch,
b the validity of the order issued,
b the connection between Easergy T200 and the switch.

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Appendices

Appendix A
Conguration parameters

Software configuration
Parameters

Configuration range

Factory
configuration

Comments

General parameters
T200 name
PC no.
PA no.
Delayed AC supply OFF

8 characters
Depends on protocol
Depends on protocol
1 min to 4 h

34
15
2h

No mandatory

600/1200 bauds modem

600 bauds

Enabled or disabled
1st trans.: 0 s to 1 min

Disabled
1s

2nd trans.: 0 s to 5 min


3rd trans.: 0 s to 10 min

2 min
2 min

PSTN modem
Baud rate

300, 600 or 1200 bauds

300 bauds

Dialling
Phone number

Tone or pulse
16 characters

Tone
??????????

Time-out before alarm


transmission

1st trans.: 0 s to 1 min


2nd trans.: 0 s to 5 min
3rd trans.: 0 s to 10 min

1s
2 min
2 min

Enabled or disabled
Immediate, Not fitted with
an alarm, Time delay
Enabled or disabled

Disabled
Immediate
Disabled

100 to 750 A
20 to 160 A
50 to 800 ms
Via AC supply OFF
Via delay: 15 min to 2 h

500 A
20 A
200 ms
Yes
2h

OFF or ON

OFF

Yes or no
SW1 V SW2
SW2 V SW1
SW1 XV SW2
Auto - SW1
Auto - SW2
100 ms to 200 s
5 s to 60 s

Yes
SW1 V SW2

Single no.
In 1 min increments

Communication

Squelch control
Time-out before alarm
transmission

As for the remote


control station
Or specific algorithm

As for the remote


control station
. : 3 s pause and
W = : tone wait time

English

Radio modem
Baud rate

Alarms
TSD
TSS
(AC supply OFF)
TSS (Other signal)

Fault detection
Phase fault
Earth fault
Min. fault time
Fault reset

In 50 A increments
In 1 A increments
In 25 ms increments
Yes/no
In 15 min increments

Clock
Operation

Automation
NSM network
Permitted
Operation mode

Voltage loss duration


Voltage back waiting
NSM generator
Permitted
Operation mode
Returning permitted
Voltage loss duration
Voltage back waiting

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Yes or no
Group on SW2
Group on SW1
Yes or no
1 s to 15 s
2 s to 1 h

2s
60 s

in 100 ms increments
In 1 s increments

Yes
Group on SW2
Yes
15 s
120 s

In 1 s increments
in 1 s increments

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Appendices

Appendix B
List of dated logging events

Fault group
Internal memory fault
MODBUS communication fault
Charger fault
Battery fault
Current detector failure

Operating group
Event loss
Configuration modified
Equipment startup
Equipment shutdown
AC supply ON
AC supply OFF
External 12 V OFF
Switchgear 48 Vdc supply OFF
Local mode
Remote mode
Opening order way 1
Opening order way 2
Closing order way 1
Closing order way 2
Command execution fault

Automatism

English

Automatism disable
Automatism enable
Change over started
Change over completed
MV loss switch 1
MV loss switch 2
MV presence switch 1
MV presence switch 2
Generator start
Generator stop

FPI events
Phase fault switch 1
Phase fault switch 2
Earth fault switch 1
Earth fault switch 2

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