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Issued: December 2002
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)HDWXUHV Adaptive signal detecting algorithm for Single or two phase start and retrip
detection even during CT saturation
Independent timers for each phase
10 ms reset time of current detection ele-
Non-segregated backup trip with indepen-
ments during all conditions
dent timer
Phase segregated current measurement

$SSOLFDWLRQ In many protection applications local redun- nal. When a trip signal is sent to the breaker
dancy is used. One part of the fault clearance failure protection first, with no or a very short
system is however never duplicated, namely delay, a re-trip signal can be sent to the pro-
the circuit breaker. Therefore a breaker fail- tected breaker. If fault current is flowing
ure protection can be used. through the breaker still after a setting time a
back-up trip signal is sent to the adjacent
The breaker failure protection is initiated by breakers. This will ensure fault clearance also
trip signals from different protection func- if the circuit breaker is out of order.
tions within or outside the protection termi-

'HVLJQ The breaker failure protection function is ini- An additional timer t1 for retrip command is
tiated by the trip commands from protection available. Dedicated setting allows to enable
functions placed either inside the same termi- or disable the retrip or to perform it by cur-
nal or externally, by connection to appropri- rent check or not. Retrip to the faulty circuit
ate binary inputs. A dedicated input is breaker can be issued single phase or three
available for general starting. phase.

The operate value of the phase segregated Special adaptive algorithm (ASD), together
current measuring elements is settable within with RMS measurement, allow a fast reset-
a wide range. Three independent timers t2 are ting time of the current measuring elements.
available for phase segregated breaker failure The current measurement is stabilised against
detection. transients which can cause unwanted opera-
tion with saturated current transformers.

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BLOCK Block function
START Start function

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TRRET Retrip

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Operate current (one mea- 5-200% of I1b in steps of 1% +/- 2.5% of Ir at I Ir +/- 7.0 % of Ir at I Ir
suring element per phase) +/- 2.5% of I at I > Ir +/- 7.0 % of I at I > Ir
Retrip time delay t1 0.000-60.000 s in steps of 1 +/- 0.5 % +/- 10 ms +/-0.5% +/-10 ms
ms
Back-up trip time delay t2 0.000-60.000 s in steps of 1 +/- 0.5 % +/- 10 ms +/-0.5% +/-10 ms
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Trip operate time Max 18 ms Max 18 ms
Reset time Max 10 ms Max 10 ms

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