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Electronics Co. Ltd

EuroProt
complex protection
DTI-MV-OX-EP
factory configuration:
line differential protection extension
with fibre optic connection
Version: 1.xx
Document ID: EH-13-14209-00

Budapest, January 2005.


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Documents history:

Revision Date Modification Compiled by


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terminology
31.01.2005. English translation Petri

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CONTENTS

1 Field of application, main characteristics ................................................................... 4


1.1 Field of application ............................................................................................. 4
1.2 Main characteristics of the line differential protection function......................... 5
2 The line differential protection function ..................................................................... 6
2.1 Operating mode of the line differential function ................................................ 6
2.1.1 The fibre optic communication channel (The OX hardware module)........ 6
2.1.2 Line differential protection mode of operation........................................... 7
2.1.3 The operating characteristics of the line differential protection ................. 8
2.2 Realisation of the line differential protection ................................................... 10
2.2.1 The inputs of the function ......................................................................... 10
2.2.2 The parameter setting................................................................................ 10
2.2.3 Enabling the functionality of the line differential protection.................... 11
2.2.4 Digital outputs of the line differential protection function ....................... 12
2.2.5 The displayed information ........................................................................ 12
2.2.6 Event recording......................................................................................... 13
2.2.7 Signals recorded in the integrated disturbance recorder ........................... 13
2.2.8 Events........................................................................................................ 14
2.2.9 Evaluated events ....................................................................................... 14
2.2.10 The LED signals ....................................................................................... 14
2.2.11 The PROTLOG equations......................................................................... 15
2.3 Setting guide ..................................................................................................... 15
3 Digital signal communication ................................................................................... 18
4 PROTLOG equations................................................................................................ 20
5 Application of the software matrix ........................................................................... 21

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1 Field of application, main characteristics

1.1 Field of application

The DTI-MV-EP factory configuration of the EuroProt complex protection device


serves the overcurrent protection and earth fault protection functions of the medium
voltage lines.

The DTI-MV-OX-EP version includes line differential protection extension as well. This
document contains the technical description of this extension. The other functions of the
configuration are specified in the EuroProt complex protection DTI-MV-EP factory
configuration manual. The general description of the EuroProt devices is the document:
EuroProt complex protection, hardware and software description and users manual,
(further EuroProt manual).

The OX line differential protection function can be integrated in other complex


EuroProt devices as well, as an extension of the factory configuration. This document
describes the extension of the DTI-MV-OX-EP factory configuration.

The line differential protection extension of the DTI-MV-OX-EP version is a three-


phase line differential protection, which needs fibre optic cable connection between the
line ends. It can be applied as the selective and high-speed protection function of medium
voltage lines to clear internal faults. If it is applied, the overcurrent protection functions
of the factory configuration serve as backup protection if the fibre optic connection fails
to communicate the needed information.

If the line differential function is applied, the device must be extended with the OX
high power, fibre optic transmitter/receiver module. WARNING: This unit integrates a
laser generator which is a device classified as III.b, being dangerous and harmful for
health. This module may be mounted by an expert only, trained for this device. The
optical connector may not be disconnected or cut; it is possible only if the device is not
energised. Do not look into the fibre optic connector, even if the device is not energised.
The unskilled operation of the fibre optic elements can cause damages of the device as
well.

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1.2 Main characteristics of the line differential protection function

The line differential protection function as the operating principle indicates needs
cooperation of two devices located at the line ends. To assure the synchronous sampling
moments, one of the devices is appointed to "master", this device generates the sampling
commands for the other end as well, where the other device, the "slave" receives it. The
software is not fully identical in the two devices. The scripts on the devices indicate this:
MASTER or SLAVE.

The main characteristics of the line differential protection function integrated in the DTI-
MV-OX-EP complex devices are as follows:

! three-phase line differential protection with fibre optic connection (OX),


compares sampled current momentary values,
needs fibre optic connection (OX),
the healthy state of the communication channel is continuously supervised, if
error is detected, the operation is disabled and an error signal is generated,
generates three-phase trip command,
the trip command can be dependent of the operation of the undervoltage
function,
to assure synchronous sampling one of the devices is the master, this generates
a synchronising signal for the slave device,
the tripping characteristics have three line sections, with wide setting range,
the percentage characteristics are based on the average of the absolute values of
the sampled currents,
operating time is about 25...35 ms.
! to exploit fibre optic communication, independent digital information can be
communicated between the line ends as well.

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2 The line differential protection function

The DTI-MV-EP factory configuration integrates several protection functions needed to


protect the high voltage lines. These functions are described in the DTI-MV-EP users
manual. The extension of the -OX version contains a line differential function as well.
This manual describes this extension only.

2.1 Operating mode of the line differential function

The three-phase line differential function with fibre optic line communication is one of
the basic protection functions integrated in the DTI-MV-OX-EP device.

2.1.1 The fibre optic communication channel (The OX hardware module)

The line differential protection communicates with the far line end device via high
security fibre optic channel. The preferred solution for this channel is the fibre optic cable
integrated to the ground wire of the line, but other configurations can be the solution as
well: earth cable, cable mounted on the towers, etc. The healthy state of the fibre optic
channel is continuously monitored by the self-check function of the device.

The (C)OX fibre optic driver module converts, transmits and receives the communication
signals.

Technical specification of this module:

The fibre optic driver is: a laser diode (1300 nm)


The receiver is: an IGaAs detector
The fibre optic modulation frequency is: 10 MHz
The data transmission speed is: 1,2 MBbaud

WARNING: The disconnection of the fibre optic connection is allowed only for experts,
after de-energising of both devices. The unprofessional handling can cause damages of
the fibre optic elements.

The integrated laser generator is classified as III.b, being dangerous and harmful for
health. This module may be mounted by an expert only, trained for this device. The
optical connector may not be disconnected or cut; it is possible only if the device is not
energised. Do not look into the fibre optic connector, even if the device is not energised.
The unskilled operation of the fibre optic elements can cause damages of the device as
well.
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2.1.2 Line differential protection mode of operation

The three-phase line differential protection function evaluates the sampled values
individually in all three phases, and decides if trip command is to be generated to clear an
internal fault. The decision is based on 10 consecutive rectified samples of a half
network frequency period. The algorithm calculates the current difference and the biasing
current of both line end currents, which are compared with the tripping characteristic
lines. If the algorithm detects current difference during 15 consecutive decisions then the
trip command is generated.

To assure synchronous sampling at both line ends, one of the devices is the master, which
generates the sampling command for the other device, the slave as well. This signal is
sent via fibre optic cable to the slave. Because of the need of this kind of cooperation, the
software of the devices are not identical. This fact is indicated by the MASTER or SLAVE
text on the device.

When comparing the currents sampled at both line ends, the error of the current
transformers must be taken into consideration. To avoid unwanted tripping, the function
operates according to biased characteristics.

In order to avoid the unwanted tripping in case of damage of the fibre optic channel, a
voltage condition is applied. If the voltage setting can not be coordinated correctly, an
overcurrent condition can be applied as well. Both functions can be realised easily in the
line differential function:
The voltage condition is prepared for all three phases in the algorithm, it must be
enabled,
The overcurrent condition can be activated by setting a higher value (e.g. 200 %) for
the f1 parameter value (see below).

The line differential protection checks the healthy state of the differential circuits: if
current difference is detected (Id>), but at the same time the voltage does not drop
significantly, and the voltage condition is not disabled and there is no error in the voltage
transformer secondary circuits, then the protection does not generate trip command.

The line differential protection does not require matching intermediate current
transformers. The current balance can be realised with easy parameter setting: The
Iset[own side] (on the PC screen: Line differential protection
current setting, own side [Iset1]) and the Iset[opp. side] (on the PC
screen: Line differential protection current setting, opposite
side [Iset2] parameter values must be set correctly to get the same current from
both sides in a normal load state. (See details in the Setting guide section).

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2.1.3 The operating characteristics of the line differential protection


Id
100 %
Iset f3=500

400
f3=200% f3=1000%

OPERATE
300

200

f1=200% f2=80% f2=40%

100 f1=50%

50 NO OPERATION

0 Is%
0 100 200 300 400 500 600
I1 current at own side
I2 current at opposite side
Fig. 1. The tripping characteristics of the line differential protection

The tripping characteristics of the DTI-MV-OX-EP line differential protection is shown


on Fig.1. If in case of internal fault the point defined with the following formulas
Id I1 I2
100% +
Iset I set1 I set 2
IS = 100 _ %
2
is above the characteristic lines, then the protection operates, if the point is below them,
no trip command is generated.

The sections of the tripping characteristics are explained below:

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f1%
This is the setting of the first, horizontal section. The setting defines the base sensitivity
of the line differential protection. The differential current is related to the setting value of
the line differential protection, and it is expressed in per cent. The name of the parameter
is displayed on the LCD of the device as: Id>f1*Iset %.

f2%
This is the setting of the slope of the second line section of the differential characteristics.
This slope is needed to compensate the different errors of the current transformers at both
line ends. This line section starts at the origin of the diagram, and it is valid between
sections 1 and 3. The protection operates if the current difference is above this line
section too. The name of the parameter is displayed on the LCD of the device as:
Id>f2*Is%.

f3%
The section 3 of the characteristics is needed to compensate the possible different
saturation levels of the current transformers at both line ends. The slope of this section is
always: tg=2. The intersection of this line with the vertical axis (Id) is the negative
value of f3 pro cent value of (Id*100/Iset %). This section is valid above section 2
only. The protection operates if the differential current is above this line section too,
which means Id> (2Is - f3*Iset). The name of the parameter is displayed on the LCD of
the device as: Id>2*Is-f3*Iset%.

The total operating time of the line differential function, including the signal transmission
time is about 25...35 ms.

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2.2 Realisation of the line differential protection

2.2.1 The inputs of the function

The line differential protection function samples the three phase currents at both line ends
with the control of the Master device. The sampled values are sent via fibre optic
communication line to the opposite end, and the partner devices can perform the
calculations with all the samples and the comparisons independently of each other.

The voltages are measured by both devices independently of each other; these values are
used for the voltage condition.

To assure correct operation the fibre optic communication line is continuously


supervised. The error signals of the OX module are evaluated by the line differential
function. In case of communication error the line differential protection is automatically
disabled.

2.2.2 The parameter setting

The line differential protection function needs setting of the following parameters:
LCD text Min Max Step Explanation
Iset1[own side]: % 20 270 2 Current setting at the own line end related
to the CT rated current
Iset2[opp.side]: % 20 270 2 Current setting at the opposite line end
related to the CT rated current
Id>f1*Iset : 50 200 2 Setting of the horizontal section of the
%[=f1] characteristics (base sensitivity)
Id>f2*Is : 40 80 2 Slope setting of the second characteristic
%[=f2] line section
Id>2*Is-f3*Iset : 200 2000 10 Intersection of the third section with the
%[=f3] vertical axis
U>/Un[VT] : 10 100 2 Setting voltage of the voltage condition
%

Fig. 2 shows the parameter setting window of the Protect for Windows software:

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Fig. 2 Parameter setting


The line differential protection function can be disabled using the PROTLOG equation.
For disabling the Id> disabled output must be activated.

2.2.3 Enabling the functionality of the line differential protection


The line differential protection function and the application of the voltage restraint must
be separately enabled using PROTLOG equations. As an example Fig.3 shows the most
simple programming for the line differential protection, Fig 4 shows that of the voltage
restraint.

Fig. 3 Enabling the line differential protection function

Fig. 4 Enabling the voltage restraint

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2.2.4 Digital outputs of the line differential protection function

The task of the line differential function integrated into the device is the quick base
protection of the medium voltage line.

The result of the operation of this function is the Id> matrix row input element. This
signal can be marshalled in any combinations to the free relay outputs, or they can start
the two user definable timers.

LCD text Explanation


Mx Id> = Starting status signal of the line differential protection function

2.2.5 The displayed information

As a by-product the algorithm generates the following displayed information:

Measured analogue values:

Denomination Explanation
Idr [] = Differential current in phase R, as pro-mill of the setting value
Isr [] = Restraint current in phase R, as pro-mill of the setting value
Ids [] = Differential current in phase S, as pro-mill of the setting value
Iss [] = Restraint current in phase S, as pro-mill of the setting value
Idt [] = Differential current in phase T, as pro-mill of the setting value
Ist [] = Restraint current in phase T, as pro-mill of the setting value

Digital information:

Denomination Explanation
Id>enabled Line differential protection function enabled / disabled, to be set by
PROTLOG equation
Id>Volt.cond. Voltage condition for the line differential protection function enabled /
enabled disabled, to be set by PROTLOG equation
Id> Operation of the line differential protection function
OX error Communication channel error
U>Block Voltage restraint blocked the operation

The information related to the line differential protection function is shown on Fig. 5:

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Fig. 5 Information related to the line differential protection on the :On-line screen

2.2.6 Event recording

If in the base menu of the LCD of the device the Events menu is selected, then the device
displays the last stored event. The event recorder can store the following events with time
stamp of 1 ms time resolution, related to the line differential protection function. (The
details of event recording see in EuroProt manual):

Id>t trip!
Ox communication error!

In the Digital events window of the Protect for Windows software the following
events can be displayed:

Event Explanation
Id> start The line differential protection function operated
U>Block The voltage restraint blocked the operation
OX Error OX channel error in the communication

2.2.7 Signals recorded in the integrated disturbance recorder

The line differential protection delivers the following signals for the integrated
disturbance recorder:

Signal Explanation
Id>[OX] Starting status signal of the line differential protection function

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2.2.8 Events
On the display of the device, when entering the Events list, the operation of the
function is displayed with time stamp of 1 ms time resolution:

Id>

2.2.9 Evaluated events

The operation of the line differential protection function starts the analogue event
recording, the effect of which is the displaying the following information:

Id> trip

2.2.10 The LED signals

There are seven LED-s on the front panel of the device, indicating the internal states of
the functions. In the device with line differential protection extension the assignments of
the LED-s are as follows:

No. Denomination Explanation


1 LCD The LCD of the device needs operator interaction
2 Id> Operation of the line differential function
3 I>> High current setting overcurrent protection function operated
4 I> Low current setting overcurrent protection function operated
5 Io Zero sequence overcurrent protection function operated
6 TRIP General trip command
7 Error OX channel error

The LED-s can be programmed for latching with the following parameter:
LCD Min Max Step Explanation
LED latching When setting +, the LED signals are
/+=yes/ latched until acknowledgement

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2.2.11 The PROTLOG equations

The internal status signals of the line differential protection serve as input signals for the
free programmable PROTLOG equation system.

Signal Explanation
Id> The line differential protection function operated
Ox error Fibre optic communication channel error

The signals in the table above or any logic combination of them can start among others
the integrated disturbance recorder function.

2.3 Setting guide

The line differential protection function does not need matching intermediate current
transformers. The balancing of the currents measured at both line ends can be realised by
simple parameter setting: the Iset1 [own side] and Iset2 [opposite side] current setting
values transform identical current values from both sides in case of normal load.

Iset1
This is the own side setting current of the line differential protection function. The
parameter is expressed as per cent of the CT rated current.

Iset2
This is the opposite side setting current of the line differential protection function. The
parameter is expressed as per cent of the CT rated current.

Example: If the A side current transformers current ratio is 600A/5A, that of the B
side is 1000A/5A then in case of 600 A load current the A side measures 100 %
current, the B side 600/1000*100 [%]=60 [%] current. The necessary setting values:
Iset1 = 100 %
Iset2 = 60 %
The 100 % values calculated by these settings are called Iset values. In the example
above is Iset= 600 A. Using the settings above in case of normal load and for external
faults the protection function is balanced.
The necessary setting values for the opposite side are:
Iset1 = 60 %
Iset2 = 100 %
When comparing the currents received from both ends of the line the current transformer
errors must be considered as well. To avoid unnecessary tripping the line differential
protection function applies biased characteristics.

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The sections of the biased characteristics are to be set as follows.

f1%
This is the setting of the first, horizontal section. The setting defines the base sensitivity
of the line differential protection. The differential current is related to the setting value of
the line differential protection, and it is expressed in per cent. The name of the parameter
is displayed on the LCD of the device as: Id>f1*Iset %.

Using the data of the example above: if f1 setting is 50 %, then the line differential
protection function will operate at 50% of the 600A primary current. This means that if
the differential current is below 300 A primary current then no trip command is
generated. The parameter to be set is: Id>f1*Iset %.

f2%
This is the setting of the slope of the second line section of the differential characteristics.
This slope is needed to compensate the different errors of the current transformers at both
line ends. This line section starts at the origin of the diagram, and it is valid between
sections 1 and 3. The protection operates if the current difference is above this line
section too. The name of the parameter is displayed on the LCD of the device as:
Id>f2*Is%.

f3%
The section 3 of the characteristics is needed to compensate the possible different
saturation levels of the current transformers at both line ends. The slope of this section is
always: tg=2. The intersection of this line with the vertical axis (Id) is the negative
value off3 pro cent value of (Id*100/Iset %). This section is valid above section 2 only.
The protection operates if the differential current is above this line section too, which
means Id> (2Is - f3*Iset). The name of the parameter is displayed on the LCD of the
device as: Id>2*Is-f3*Iset%.
The setting value of this parameter depends on the transient saturation properties of the
current transformers. For external faults the transient saturation tests must be performed,
and the setting value is determined based on the test results. When no tests can be
performed, the proposed setting is 500%.

If the fibre optic cable is damaged or interrupted, then the hardware self-test
automatically disables the line differential function. If however the protection detects
differential current due to the failure of the communication channel, the function could
generate superfluous trip command. To prevent this situation voltage restraint or current
restraint can be applied. Both can be realised in the line differential protection function:
- Overcurrent restraint is realised by setting f1 parameter e.g. to 200%,
- Voltage restraint can be programmed using the PROTLOG equations, and by
setting the following parameter:
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U>/Un[VT]

In case of internal fault a high differential current is detected, and additionally the voltage
drops in the faulty phases. If the detected differential current is caused by error of the
fibre optic communication channel, or by fatal error of the current transformers, the line
need not be disconnected. The voltage condition can prevent this false tripping.

If the voltage condition is enabled then the voltage setting must have a correct value as
well: the U>/Un[VT] parameter is to be set. If the measured voltages are above the
setting level, and the voltage restraint is enabled by a PROTLOG equation, then the line
differential function cannot generate a trip command.

U>/Un[VT] parameter must be set above the highest voltage value measured during
any fault, but it must be surly below the lowest operating voltage. The most unfavourable
situation is the fault at the opposite line end. If the bus-bar has high short-circuit power, it
is possible that the voltage does not drop sufficiently, and no correct voltage setting can
be determined. In this case the current restraint possibility is to be activated.

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3 Digital signal communication

Additionally to the data communication needed for the line differential protection
function, the fibre optic connection can transmit other digital signals as well. These
signals can be for example remote commands, trip signals of the breaker failure
protection function, input signals of the optically isolated digital inputs, status signals etc.

This communication is to be organised by PROTLOG equations:

PROTLOG Explanation
input
OXCh18 Eight signals received on the OX channels

PROTLOG Explanation
output
Ch18 Eight signals directed to the OX channels

The user can edit PROTLOG equations for the eight free OXCh channels using all
available internal and external status signals. On the opposite line end these signals are
received as Ch18 input signals.

The received signals can be directed to the software matrix rows, to output relays, or they
can be enabling signals as well. This function is fully independent of the line differential
protection function. The transmission time of the channels, including the necessary
digital filtering is about 7 .. 10 ms.

The communication is possible only if the fibre optic channel is operable. In case of
channel fault detection no signals can be transmitted.

The Figure below shows a logic combination of inputs 2, 3 and 4 with the timeout of
timer 1 to be transmitted via channel 1. (On application of the timers see EuroProt
manual.)

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Fig. 6 Example: sending digital information

The received signals can be found in Received OxChi input variables. The error signal
of the communication channel is OX Error. The Figure below shows selection among
the related PROTLOG inputs. In this example the received signal is directed to one of the
free relay outputs (K9).

Fig.7 Example: Directing the received digital information to a relay output

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4 PROTLOG equations

The full list of the PROTLOG equation inputs in the DTI-MV-OX-EP factory
configuration can be seen in the table below:

Input Explanation
Input1 The first 16 digital input
Input16
K1 The first 8 relay contacts which can be programmed by the software
K8 matrix
Ir>> Operation signals of the high current setting overcurrent stage
Is>>
It>>
I>>[t]
Ir> Operation signals of the low current setting overcurrent stage
Is>
It>
I>[t]
Io>> Operation signals of the high current setting zero sequence
Io>>[t] overcurrent stage
Io> Operation signals of the low current setting zero sequence
Io>[t] overcurrent stage
t[MXOT1] timeout Operating state of the free programmable timers
t[MXOT2] timeout
1.CB circ. OK . State of the CB circuit supervision
4.CB circ. OK
SW1 Signals received from the front panel push-buttons of the device
SW2
Prot. Start General start state
U<> start Operation signals of the over / undervoltage function
U<>[t] timeout
Uo> start Operation signals of the zero sequence overvoltage function
Uo>[t] timeout
CHK 5 States of the free programmable inputs of the CHK module (if any)
CHK 8
MxCHK State of the CB circuit supervision
Id> Operating state of the line differential protection function
OX Error Error signal of the OX channel (With time delay)
Received OxCh1 State of the 8 signals received on the OX channels
Received OxCh8

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The full list of the PROTLOG equation outputs in the DTI-MV-OX-EP factory
configuration can be seen in the table below:

Output Explanation
1.Matrix equation Output state of the sex free programmable matrix rows
6.Matrix equation
K9 Operating state of the output relay contacts K9 K16
K16
I>>Enabled Enabling state of the protection functions
I> Enabled
Io>> Enabled
Io>Enabled
Io>Fi Enabled
U<> Enabled
Uo> Enabled
Id> Enabled Enabling state of the line differential protection function
Id>VoltCondEna.
Acknowledgement Acknowledgement
t[Cbcirc.error]start Staring of the error signal of the CB circuit check function
Trip command Signalling time delay start of the trip commands from the
protection functions
Dist.rec.levelTrig. Triggering signals of the disturbance recorder function
Dist.rec.edgeTrig.
Send Ch1 Status signals to be sent on the OX channels
Send Ch8

5 Application of the software matrix


The operating states of the protection functions can be marshalled with the software
matrix to the 8 output relay contacts, or two timers can be started with them. The Figure
below shows as an example that the operating state of the line differential protection
function is directed to the output relay contact No. 3.

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Fig. 8.Programming the software matrix (example)

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The list of the inputs of the software matrix in the DTI-MV-OX-EP factory configuration
is shown in the table below.

The possible outputs are the 8 relay contacts and the starting of the two timers.

Output Explanation
Mx I(rst)>>,Mx I(rst)> Operating states of the protection functions
Mx 3Io>>,Mx 3Io>
Mx I(rst)>>[t]
Mx I(rst)>[t]
Mx 3Io>>[t]
Mx 3Io>[t]
Mx Uo>, Mx Uo>[t]
Mx U<>, Mx U<>[t]
T1, T2 Timeout state of the two timers
Mx CHK Status signal of the self-check function
Mx 1.Equ Result of the 6 PROTLOG equations
Mx 6.Equ
CB ON Manual commands to the circuit breakers
CB OFF
Mx Id> A Operating state of the line differential function

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V AV1/0501 [5A,5A] T FV1/1003 [100V]


No. Name Term. No. Name Term.
1 Io-> 1
2 Io<- 2
3 It-> 3 Ut->
4 It<- 4 Ut<-
5 Is-> 5 Us->
6 Is<- 6 Us<-
7 Ir-> 7 Ur->
8 Ir<- 8 Ur<-

M R4E/01 L R4/02 K R4E/01 J R4/02


No. Name Term. No. Name Term. No. Name Term. No. Name Term.
1 Out0001 Common 1 Out0005 Common 1 Out0101 Common 1 Out0105 Common
2 Out0001 NC 2 Out0005 NC 2 Out0101 NC 2 Out0105 NC
3 Out0001 NO 3 Out0005 NO 3 Out0101 NO 3 Out0105 NO
4 Out0002 Common 4 Out0006 Common 4 Out0102 Common 4 Out0106 Common
5 Out0002 NC 5 Out0006 NC 5 Out0102 NC 5 Out0106 NC
6 Out0002 NO 6 Out0006 NO 6 Out0102 NO 6 Out0106 NO
7 Out0003 Common 7 Out0007 Common 7 Out0103 Common 7 Out0107 Common
8 Out0003 NC 8 Out0007 NC 8 Out0103 NC 8 Out0107 NC
9 Out0003 NO 9 Out0007 NO 9 Out0103 NO 9 Out0107 NO
10 Out0004 Common 10 Out0008 Common 10 Out0104 Common 10 Out0108 Common
11 Out0004 NC 11 Out0008 NC 11 Out0104 NC 11 Out0108 NC
12 Out0004 NO 12 Out0008 NO 12 Out0104 NO 12 Out0108 NO

F O/2201 [220V] E O/2201 [220V]


No. Name Term. No. Name Term.
1 In0201 1 In0301
2 In0202 2 In0302
3 In0203 3 In0303
4 In0204 4 In0304
5 In0205 5 In0305
6 In0206 6 In0306
7 In0207 7 In0307
8 In0208 8 In0308
9 Opto- (1-8) 9 Opto- (1-8)

A "B" PS2/2201 [220V]


No. Name Term.
1 AuxPS+
2 AuxPS-
3 ClkSync+
4 ClkSync-

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