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Relion 615 series

Transformer Protection and Control


RET615
Product Guide
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Contents

1. Description...........................................................3 15. Inputs and outputs............................................20


2. Standard configurations.......................................3 16. Communication.................................................22
3. Protections functions...........................................9 17. Technical data...................................................24
4. Application.........................................................15 18. Local HMI..........................................................52
5. Supported ABB solutions...................................17 19. Mounting methods............................................53
6. Control................................................................18 20. IED case and IED plug-in unit...........................54
7. Measurement.....................................................19 21. Selection and ordering data..............................54
8. Disturbance recorder..........................................19 22. Accessories and ordering data.........................58
9. Event log.............................................................19 23. Tools..................................................................59
10. Recorded data...................................................20 24. Terminal diagrams.............................................61
11. Condition monitoring.........................................20 25. References........................................................64
12. Trip-circuit supervision......................................20 26. Functions, codes and symbols.........................64
13. Self-supervision.................................................20 27. Document revision history.................................68
14. Access control...................................................20

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61850 with GOOSE messaging, IEC


1. Description 60870-5-103, Modbus and DNP3.

RET615 is a dedicated transformer protection


and control IED (intelligent electronic device)
for power transformers, unit and step-up
transformers including power generator-
2. Standard
transformer blocks in utility and industry configurations
power distribution systems. RET615 is a
member of ABBs Relion product family and RET615 is available in eight alternative
part of its 615 protection and control product standard configurations. The standard signal
series. The 615 series IEDs are characterized configuration can be altered by means of the
by their compactness and withdrawable-unit graphical signal matrix or the optional
design. graphical application functionality of the
Re-engineered from the ground up, the 615 Protection and Control IED Manager PCM600.
series has been designed to unleash the full Further, the application configuration
potential of the IEC 61850 standard for functionality of PCM600 supports the creation
communication and interoperability between of multi-layer logic functions utilizing various
substation automation devices. Once the logical elements including timers and flip-
standard configuration IED has been given flops. By combining protection functions with
the application-specific settings, it can logic function blocks the IED configuration
directly be put into service. can be adapted to user specific application
requirements.
The 615 series IEDs support a range of
communication protocols including IEC

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Table 1. Standard configurations

Description Std. conf.


Three-phase transformer differential protection for two-winding transformers,
numerical restricted earth-fault protection for the high-voltage (HV) side, A
optional RTD/mA inputs
Three-phase transformer differential protection for two-winding transformers,
numerical restricted earth-fault protection for the low-voltage (LV) side, B
optional RTD/mA inputs
Three-phase transformer differential protection for two-winding transformers,
high-impedance based restricted earth-fault protection for the high-voltage C
(HV) side, optional RTD/mA inputs
Three-phase transformer differential protection for two-winding transformers,
high-impedance based restricted earth-fault protection for the low-voltage (LV) D
side, optional RTD/mA inputs
Three-phase transformer differential protection for two-winding transformers,
numerical restricted earth-fault protection for the high-voltage (HV) side, phase- E
voltage based protection and measurement functions
Three-phase transformer differential protection for two-winding transformers,
numerical restricted earth-fault protection for the low-voltage (LV) side, phase- F
voltage based protection and measurement functions
Three-phase transformer differential protection for two-winding transformers,
high-impedance based restricted earth-fault protection for the high-voltage G
(HV) side, phase-voltage based protection and measurement functions
Three-phase transformer differential protection for two-winding transformers,
high-impedance based restricted earth-fault protection for the low-voltage (LV) H
side, phase-voltage based protection and measurement functions

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Table 2. Supported functions

Functionality A B C D E F G H

Protection1)
Stabilized and instantaneous
differential protection for two-
winding transformers

Multi-purpose protection, instance 12) o o o o - - - -

Multi-purpose protection, instance 22) o o o o - - - -

Multi-purpose protection, instance 32) o o o o - - - -

Master trip, instance 1


Master trip, instance 2
HV-side protection
Numerical stabilized low impedance
- - - - - -
restricted earth-fault protection
High impedance based restricted
- - - - - -
earth-fault protection
Three-phase non-directional
overcurrent protection, low stage,
instance 1
Three-phase non-directional
overcurrent protection, high stage,
instance 1
Three-phase non-directional
overcurrent protection,
instantaneous stage, instance 1
Non-directional earth-fault
3) - 4) - 3) - 4) -
protection, low stage, instance 1
Non-directional earth-fault
3) - 4) - 3) - 4) -
protection, high stage, instance 1
Negative-sequence overcurrent

protection, instance 1
Residual overvoltage protection,
- - - -
instance 15)
Residual overvoltage protection,
- - - -
instance 25)
Three-phase undervoltage
- - - -
protection, instance 1

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Table 2. Supported functions, continued


Functionality A B C D E F G H
Three-phase undervoltage
- - - -
protection, instance 2
Three-phase overvoltage protection,
- - - -
instance 1
Three-phase overvoltage protection,
- - - -
instance 2
Three-phase thermal overload
protection for power transformers,
two time constants

Circuit breaker failure protection4)


LV-side protection
Numerical stabilized low impedance
- 6) - - - 6) - -
restricted earth-fault protection
High impedance based restricted
- - - 7) - - - 7)
earth-fault protection
Three-phase non-directional
overcurrent protection, low stage,
instance 2
Three-phase non-directional
overcurrent protection, high stage,
instance 2
Three-phase non-directional
overcurrent protection,
instantaneous stage, instance 2
Non-directional earth-fault
- 8) - 9) - 8) - 9)
protection, low stage, instance 2
Non-directional earth-fault
- 8) - 9) - 8) - 9)
protection, high stage, instance 2
Negative-sequence overcurrent

protection, instance 2

Arc protection, instance 110) o o o o o o o o

Arc protection, instance 210) o o o o o o o o

Arc protection, instance 310) o o o o o o o o

Control

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Table 2. Supported functions, continued


Functionality A B C D E F G H
Disconnector position indication,

instance 1
Disconnector position indication,

instance 2
Disconnector position indication,

instance 3
Earthing switch indication
Tap changer position indication
Circuit-breaker control (HV-side)
Condition monitoring
Circuit-breaker condition monitoring
Trip circuit supervision, instance 1
Trip circuit supervision, instance 2
Fuse failure supervision - - - -
Runtime counter for machines and

devices
Measurement
Disturbance recorder
RTD/mA measurement o o o o - - - -
HV-side measurement
Three-phase current measurement,

instance 1
Sequence current measurement
Residual current measurement,
- - - -
instance 1
Three-phase voltage measurement - - - -
Residual voltage measurement - - - -
Sequence voltage measurement - - - -
Three-phase power and energy
- - - -
measurement, including power factor
LV-side measurement

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Table 2. Supported functions, continued


Functionality A B C D E F G H
Three-phase current measurement,

instance 2
Residual current measurement,
- - - -
instance 2
= included, o = optional at the time of order
1) The instances of a protection function represent the number of identical function blocks available in a standard
configuration. By setting the application specific parameters of an instance, a protection function stage can be
established.
2) Multi-purpose protection is used for, for example, RTD/mA based protection
3) Io selectable by parameter and the default value is Io measured
4) Io calculated is always used
5) Uo selectable by a parameter, Uo measured as default
6) IoB measured and 3IB are always used
7) IoB measured is always used
8) IoB selectable by parameter, IoB measured as default
9) IoB calculated is always used
10) IoB calculated and 3IB are always used

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therefore high-speed fault clearance can be


3. Protections functions achieved.
The IED also incorporates a thermal overload
The IED features, three-phase, multi-slope protection function, which supervises the
stabilized (biased) stage transformer thermal stress of the transformer windings to
differential protection and an instantaneous prevent premature aging of the insulation of
stage to provide fast and selective protection the windings. Multiple stages of short-circuit,
for phase-to-phase short-circuit, winding phase-overcurrent, negative-phase-sequence
interturn fault and bushing flash-over and earth-fault back-up protection are
protection. Besides second harmonic restraint separately available for both sides of the
an advanced waveform-based blocking power transformer. Earth-fault protection
algorithm ensures stability at transformer based on the measured or calculated residual
energization and a fifth harmonic restraint voltage is also available. Depending on the
function ensures good protection stability at chosen standard configuration the IED also
moderate overexcitation of power features three-phase overvoltage protection,
transformers. Sensitive restricted earth-fault three-phase undervoltage protection and
protection (REF) completes the overall residual overvoltage protection. Further, the
differential protection providing detection of IED also offers circuit-breaker failure
even single phase-to-earth faults close to the protection.
neutral earthing point of the transformer.
Either the conventional high-impedance Enhanced with optional hardware and
scheme or a numerical low-impedance software, the IED also features three light
scheme can be selected for protection of the detection channels for arc fault protection of
transformer windings. When low-impedance the circuit breaker, busbar and cable
REF protection is used neither stabilizing compartment of metal-enclosed indoor
resistors nor varistors are needed and as a switchgear.
further benefit the transforming ratio of the The arc-fault protection sensor interface is
neutral earthing CTs can differ from those of available on the optional communication
the phase current transformers. Due to its module. Fast tripping increases personnel
unit protection character and absolute safety and limits switchgear damage, should
selectivity REF does not need to be time- an arc fault occur.
graded with other protection schemes, and

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Figure 1. Protection function overview of standard configuration A

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Figure 2. Protection function overview of standard configuration B

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Figure 3. Protection function overview of standard configuration C

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Figure 4. Protection function overview of standard configuration D

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Figure 5. Protection function overview of standard configuration E

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Figure 6. Protection function overview of standard configuration F

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Figure 7. Protection function overview of standard configuration G

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Figure 8. Protection function overview of standard configuration H

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measurement functions which provide two-


4. Application stage power transformer overvoltage and
undervoltage protection and/or supervision.
RET615 provides main protection for two- The optional RTD/mA module offered for the
winding power transformers and power standard configurations A-D allow up to eight
generator-transformer blocks. As of now, analog signals to be measured via the six
there are eight standard configurations RTD inputs and the two mA inputs using
offering comprehensive protection functions transducers. The RTD and mA inputs can be
for detection and elimination of operational used for measuring the oil temperature at the
disturbance conditions and power bottom and top of the transformer.
transformer faults. Furthermore, the RTD/mA inputs can be used
The standard configurations A, C, E and G for measuring the ambient air temperature.
are intended for power transformers with The RTD inputs also offer thermal protection
earthed HV-side neutrals. The A and E of dry-type power transformers fitted with
configuration features low impedance REF Pt-100 temperature sensors. Temperature
protection while the C and G configuration measurement over the RTD/mA inputs
offers high impedance REF protection. The B, extends the function of the three-phase
D, F and H configurations fit transformers thermal overload protection of the IED.
with solidly-earthed LV-side neutral or the LV Further, one of the RTD inputs can also be
side with a neutral earthing resistor. The B, used as a direct resistance measuring input
D, F and H configurations also fit for position information of the on-load tap
applications including a separate earthing changer. Alternatively, the tap changer
transformer located within the area of position indication can be obtained via a mA-
protection. The A, B , E, and F configurations transducer. The analog temperature or tap
also suit applications, where the turns ratio of changer position values can, if required, be
the CT of the neutral earthing circuit differs sent using analog horizontal GOOSE
from the turns ratio of the line CTs. The C, D, messaging to other IEDs. Analog values can
G and H configurations require that the turns also, vice versa, be received from other IEDs
ratios of the CTs are equal. over the station bus, thus improving the
extent of relevant information.
Standard configurations E, F, G and H
include phase-voltage protection and

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Figure 9. Main protection of a Yyn(d) connected power transformer and control of the HV-side
circuit breaker using a RET615 with the standard configuration D. Restricted E/F
protection with a high impedance scheme is applied on the transformer LV-side. A
REF615 with the standard configuration C is used as redundant back-up protection
on the HV-side. In addition, a REF615 with the standard configuration F is used on
the LV-side to provide, besides O/C and E/F back-up protection, busbar overvoltage
and undervoltage protection. Further, the REF615 with the standard configuration F
enables local/remote control of the circuit breaker on the LV-side. The RTD inputs of
the RET615 are utilized for monitoring the oil temperature of the transformer. In
addition, the mA inputs are utilized for measuring the tap-changer position values.

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At the substation level COM600 uses the data


5. Supported ABB content of the bay level IEDs to offer

solutions enhanced substation level functionality.


COM600 features a web-browser based HMI
providing a customizable graphical display
ABBs 615 series protection and control IEDs for visualizing single line mimic diagrams for
together with the COM600 Station switchgear bay solutions. The SLD feature is
Automation device constitute a genuine IEC especially useful when 615 series IEDs
61850 solution for reliable power distribution without the optional single line diagram
in utility and industrial power systems. To feature are used. Further, the web HMI of
facilitate and streamline the system COM600 offers an overview of the whole
engineering ABBs IEDs are supplied with substation, including IED-specific single line
Connectivity Packages containing a diagrams, thus enabling convenient
compilation of software and IED-specific information accessibility. To enhance
information including single-line diagram personnel safety, the web HMI also enables
templates, a full IED data model including remote access to substation devices and
event and parameter lists. By utilizing the processes. Furthermore, COM600 can be used
Connectivity Packages the IEDs can be as a local data warehouse for technical
readily configured via the PCM600 Protection documentation of the substation and for
and Control IED Manager and integrated with network data collected by the IEDs. The
the COM600 Station Automation device or the collected network data facilitates extensive
MicroSCADA Pro network control and reporting and analyzing of network fault
management system. situations using the data historian and event
The 615 series IEDs offer native support for handling features of COM600. The data
the IEC 61850 standard also including binary historian can be used for accurate process
and analog horizontal GOOSE messaging. performance monitoring by following process
Compared with traditional hard-wired inter- and equipment performance calculations with
device signaling, peer-to-peer communication real-time and history values. Better
over a switched Ethernet LAN offers an understanding of the process behaviour by
advanced and versatile platform for power joining time-based process measurements
system protection. Fast software-based with production and maintenance events
communication, continuous supervision of helps the user in understanding the process
the integrity of the protection and dynamics.
communication system, and inherent COM600 also features gateway functionality
flexibility for reconfiguration and upgrades providing seamless connectivity between the
are among the distinctive features of the substation IEDs and network-level control
protection system approach enabled by the and management systems such as
full implementation of the IEC 61850 MicroSCADA Pro and System 800xA
substation automation standard.

Table 3. Supported ABB solutions

Product Version
Station Automation COM600 3.4 or later
MicroSCADA Pro 9.2 SP2 or later
System 800xA 5.0 Service Pack 2

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MicroSCADA

IEC 60870-5-104

COM600 COM600
Web HMI Web HMI

COM600 COM600

Ethernet switch PCM600 Ethernet switch PCM600

Analog and binary horizontal Analog and binary horizontal


IEC 61850 IEC 61850
GOOSE communication GOOSE communication

Binary signal
transfer

Line differential
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Figure 10. Utility power distribution network example using 615 series IEDs, Station
Automation COM600 and MicroSCADA Pro

ABB
System 800xA

OPC

COM600 COM600
Web HMI Web HMI

COM600 COM600

Ethernet switch PCM600 Ethernet switch PCM600

Analog and binary horizontal Analog and binary horizontal


IEC 61850 IEC 61850
GOOSE communication GOOSE communication

Binary signal
transfer

Line differential
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Figure 11. Industrial power system example using 615 series IEDs, Station Automation
COM600 and System 800xA

breaker opening and closing. Further, the


6. Control optional large graphical LCD of the IEDs
HMI includes a single-line diagram (SLD)
The IED offers control of one circuit breaker with position indication for the relevant
with dedicated push-buttons for circuit circuit breaker. Interlocking schemes

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required by the application are configured the trend of the currents and voltage
using the signal matrix or the application measured.
configuration feature of PCM600.
The analog channels can be set to trigger the
recording function when the measured value
falls below or exceeds the set values. The
binary signal channels can be set to start a
7. Measurement recording on the rising or the falling edge of
the binary signal or both.
The IED continuously measures the high By default, the binary channels are set to
voltage (HV) side and the low-voltage (LV) record external or internal IED signals, for
side phase currents and the neutral current of example the start or trip signals of the IED
the protected transformer. In addition, the stages, or external blocking or control
IED calculates the symmetrical components signals. Binary IED signals such as a
of the currents and voltages, maximum protection start or trip signal, or an external
current demand value over a user-selectable IED control signal over a binary input can be
pre-set time frame, the active and reactive set to trigger the recording. The recorded
power, the power factor, and the active and information is stored in a non-volatile
reactive energy values. Calculated values are memory and can be uploaded for subsequent
also obtained from the protection and fault analysis.
condition monitoring functions of the IED.
Depending on the standard configuration, the
IED also measures the phase voltages, the
residual voltage and the voltage sequence
components. 9. Event log
For standard configuration A, B, C and D RTD/
To collect sequence-of-events (SoE)
mA inputs are offered as an option. By means
information, the IED incorporates a non-
of the optional RTD/mA module the IED can
volatile memory with a capacity of storing
measure up to eight analog signals such as
512 events with associated time stamps. The
temperature, pressure and tap changer
non-volatile memory retains its data also in
position values via the six RTD inputs or the
case the IED temporarily loses its auxiliary
two mA inputs using transducers.
supply. The event log facilitates detailed pre-
The values measured can be accessed locally and post-fault analyses of feeder faults and
via the user interface on the IED front panel disturbances. The increased capacity to
or remotely via the communication interface process and store data and events in the IED
of the IED. The values can also be accessed offers prerequisites to support the growing
locally or remotely using the web-browser information demand of future network
based user interface. configurations.
The SoE information can be accessed locally
via the user interface on the IED front panel
or remotely via the communication interface
8. Disturbance recorder of the IED. The information can further be
accessed, either locally or remotely, using the
The IED is provided with a disturbance web-browser based user interface.
recorder featuring up to 12 analog and 64
binary signal channels. The analog channels
can be set to record either the waveform or

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10. Recorded data 13. Self-supervision


The IED has the capacity to store the records The IEDs built-in self-supervision system
of 32 latest fault events. The records enable continuously monitors the state of the IED
the user to analyze the power system events. hardware and the operation of the IED
Each record includes current, voltage and software. Any fault or malfunction detected
angle values, time stamp, etc. The fault will be used for alerting the operator.
recording can be triggered by the start signal
A permanent IED fault will block the
or the trip signal of a protection block, or by
protection functions to prevent incorrect
both. The available measurement modes
operation.
include DFT, RMS and peak-to-peak. In
addition, the maximum demand current with
time stamp is separately recorded. By default,
the records are stored in a non-volatile
memory. 14. Access control
To protect the IED from unauthorized access
and to maintain information integrity, the IED
11. Condition monitoring is provided with a four-level, role-based
authentication system with administrator-
programmable individual passwords for the
The condition monitoring functions of the
viewer, operator, engineer and administrator
IED constantly monitors the performance and
level. The access control applies to the front-
the condition of the circuit breaker. The
panel user interface, the web-browser based
monitoring comprises the spring charging
user interface and the PCM600 tool.
time, SF6 gas pressure, the travel-time and
the inactivity time of the circuit breaker.
The monitoring functions provide operational
CB history data, which can be used for
scheduling preventive CB maintenance.
15. Inputs and outputs
The IED is equipped with six phase-current
inputs and one neutral-current input or six
phase-current inputs, one neutral-current
12. Trip-circuit input, three phase-voltage inputs and one
supervision residual voltage input. The rated level of the
current inputs is 1/5 A and selectable in the
IED software. The three phase-voltage inputs
The trip-circuit supervision continuously and the residual-voltage input covers the
monitors the availability and operability of rated voltages 60-210 V. Both phase-to-phase
the trip circuit. It provides open-circuit voltages and phase-to-earth voltages can be
monitoring both when the circuit breaker is connected. In addition, the binary input
in its closed and in its open position. It also thresholds 18176 V DC are selected by
detects loss of circuit-breaker control voltage. adjusting the IEDs parameter settings.
All binary inputs and outputs contacts are
freely configurable with the signal matrix or
application configuration functionality of
PCM600.

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As an option for standard configurations A, for tripping and alarm purposes using the
B, C and D, the IED offers six RTD inputs offered optional multipurpose protection
and two mA inputs. By means of the optional functions.
RTD/mA module the IED can measure up to
Please refer to the Input/output overview
eight analog signals such as temperature,
table and the terminal diagrams for more
pressure and tap changer position values via
detailed information about the inputs and
the six RTD inputs or the two mA inputs
outputs.
using transducers. The values can, apart from
measuring and monitoring purposes, be used

Table 4. Input/output overview

Standard Analog inputs Binary inputs/outputs


configurat
ion
CT VT RTD mA inputs BI BO
inputs

A1) 7 - 62) 22) 8 (14)3) 10 (13)3)

B1) 7 - 62) 22) 8 (14)3) 10 (13)3)

C1) 7 - 62) 22) 8 (14)3) 10 (13)3)

D1) 7 - 62) 22) 8 (14)3) 10 (13)3)


E 7 54) - - 12 10

F 7 54) - - 12 10

G 7 54) - - 12 10

H 7 54) - - 12 10

1) The optional I/O module and the optional RTD/mA modules are mutually exclusive
2) With optional RTD/mA module
3) With optional binary I/O module
4) One of the five inputs is reserved for future applications

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between the IEDs is built using CAT5 STP


16. Communication cables. The LC port can in this case be used
for connecting the IED to communication
The IED supports a range of communication ports outside the switchgear. The
protocols including IEC 61850, IEC communication module including three RJ-45
60870-5-103, Modbus and DNP3. ports is used when the whole substation bus
Operational information and controls are is based on CAT5 STP cabling.
available through these protocols. However, The self-healing Ethernet ring solution
some communication functionality, for enables a cost efficient communication ring
example, horizontal communication between controlled by a managed switch with rapid
the IEDs, is only enabled by the IEC 61850 spanning tree protocol (RSTP) support to be
communication protocol. created. The managed switch controls the
The IEC 61850 communication consistency of the loop, routes the data and
implementation supports all monitoring and corrects the data flow in case of a
control functions. Additionally, parameter communication disturbance. The IEDs in the
settings, disturbance recordings and fault ring topology act as unmanaged switches
records can be accessed using the IEC 61850 forwarding unrelated data traffic. The
protocol. Disturbance recordings are available Ethernet ring solution supports the
to any Ethernet-based application in the connection of up to thirty 615 series IEDs. If
standard COMTRADE file format. The IED more than 30 IEDs are to be connected, it is
supports simultaneous event reporting to five recommended that the network is split into
different clients on the station bus. several rings with no more than 30 IEDs per
ring. The self-healing Ethernet ring solution
The IED can send binary signals to other avoids single point of failure concerns and
IEDs (so called horizontal communication) improves the reliability of the
using the IEC 61850-8-1 GOOSE (Generic communication. The solution can be applied
Object Oriented Substation Event) profile. for the Ethernet-based IEC 61850, Modbus
Binary GOOSE messaging can, for example, and DNP3 protocols.
be employed for protection and interlocking-
based protection schemes. The IED meets the All communication connectors, except for the
GOOSE performance requirements for front port connector, are placed on integrated
tripping applications in distribution optional communication modules. The IED
substations, as defined by the IEC 61850 can be connected to Ethernet-based
standard. Further, the IED supports the communication systems via the RJ-45
sending and receiving of analog values using connector (100Base-TX) or the fibre-optic LC
GOOSE messaging. Analog GOOSE connector (100Base-FX). If connection to a
messaging enables fast transfer of analog serial bus is required, the 10-pin RS-485 screw-
measurement values over the station bus, terminal or the fibre-optic ST connector can
thus facilitating for example sharing of RTD be used.
input values, such as surrounding Modbus implementation supports RTU, ASCII
temperature values, to other IED applications. and TCP modes. Besides standard Modbus
The IED offers an optional second Ethernet functionality, the IED supports retrieval of
bus to enable the creation of a self-healing time-stamped events, changing the active
Ethernet ring topology. The IED setting group and uploading of the latest fault
communication module options include both records. If a Modbus TCP connection is used,
galvanic and fibre-optic Ethernet five clients can be connected to the IED
combinations. The communication module simultaneously. Further, Modbus serial and
including one fibre-optic LC port and two Modbus TCP can be used in parallel, and if
galvanic RJ-45 ports is used when the ring

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required both IEC 61850 and Modbus The IED supports the following time
protocols can be run simultaneously. synchronization methods with a time-
stamping resolution of 1 ms:
The IEC 60870-5-103 implementation
supports two parallel serial bus connections Ethernet-based:
to two different masters. Besides basic
SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol)
standard functionality, the IED supports
changing of the active setting group and With special time synchronization wiring:
uploading of disturbance recordings in IEC
60870-5-103 format. IRIG-B (Inter-Range Instrumentation Group
- Time Code Format B)
DNP3 supports both serial and TCP modes
for connection to one master. Further, In addition, the IED supports time
changing of the active setting group is synchronization via the following serial
supported. communication protocols:
When the IED uses the RS-485 bus for the Modbus
serial communication, both two- and four DNP3
wire connections are supported. Termination IEC 60870-5-103
and pull-up/down resistors can be configured
with jumpers on the communication card so
external resistors are not needed.

Client A Client B

Network

Network

Managed Ethernet switch Managed Ethernet switch


with RSTP support with RSTP support

RED615 REF615 RET615 REU615 REM615

GUID-AB81C355-EF5D-4658-8AE0-01DC076E519C V1 EN

Figure 12. Self-healing Ethernet ring solution

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Table 5. Supported station communication interfaces and protocols

Interfaces/ Ethernet Serial


Protocols
100BASE-TX
100BASE-FX LC RS-232/RS-485 Fibre-optic ST
RJ-45
IEC 61850 - -
MODBUS RTU/ - -
ASCII
MODBUS TCP/ - -
IP
DNP3 (serial) - -
DNP3 TCP/IP - -
IEC 60870-5-103 - -
= Supported

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17. Technical data


Table 6. Dimensions

Description Value
Width frame 177 mm
case 164 mm
Height frame 177 mm (4U)
case 160 mm
Depth 201 mm (153 + 48 mm)
Weight complete IED 4.1 kg
plug-in unit only 2.1 kg

Table 7. Power supply

Description Type 1 Type 2


Uauxnominal 100, 110, 120, 220, 240 V AC, 24, 30, 48, 60 V DC
50 and 60 Hz
48, 60, 110, 125, 220, 250 V DC
Uauxvariation 38...110% of Un (38...264 V AC) 50...120% of Un (12...72 V DC)

80...120% of Un (38.4...300 V
DC)
Start-up threshold 19.2 V DC (24 V DC * 80%)
Burden of auxiliary DC < 12.0 W (nominal)/< 18.0 DC < 12.0 W (nominal)/< 18.0
voltage supply under W (max) W (max)
quiescent (Pq)/operating AC< 16.0 W (nominal)/<
condition 21.0W (max)

Ripple in the DC auxiliary Max 15% of the DC value (at frequency of 100 Hz)
voltage
Maximum interruption 30 ms at Vnrated
time in the auxiliary DC
voltage without resetting
the IED
Fuse type T4A/250 V

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Table 8. Energizing inputs

Description Value
Rated frequency 50/60 Hz 5 Hz
Current inputs Rated current, In 1/5 A1)
Thermal withstand
capability:
Continuously 20 A

For 1 s 500 A

Dynamic current
withstand:
Half-wave value 1250 A

Input impedance <20 m


Voltage inputs Rated voltage 60...210 V AC
Voltage withstand:
Continuous 2 x Un (240 V AC)

For 10 s 3 x Un (360 V AC)

Burden at rated <0.05 VA


voltage
1) Residual current and/or phase current

Table 9. Binary inputs

Description Value
Operating range 20% of the rated voltage
Rated voltage 24...250 V DC
Current drain 1.6...1.9 mA
Power consumption 31.0...570.0 mW
Threshold voltage 18...176 V DC
Reaction time 3 ms

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Table 10. RTD/mA measurement (XRGGIO130)

Description Value
RTD inputs Supported RTD 100 platinum TCR 0.00385 (DIN 43760)
sensors 250 platinum TCR 0.00385
100 nickel TCR 0.00618 (DIN 43760)
120 nickel TCR 0.00618
250 nickel TCR 0.00618
10 copper TCR 0.00427
Supported
resistance range 0...2 k
Maximum lead
resistance (three-
wire
measurement) 25 per lead
Isolation 2 kV (inputs to protective earth)
Response time <4 s
RTD/resistance
sensing current Maximum 0.33 mA rms
Operation Resistance Temperature
accuracy
2.0% or 1 1C
10 copper: 2C
mA inputs Supported
current range 020 mA
Current input
impedance 44 0.1%
Operation Resistance
accuracy
0.5% or 0.01 mA

Table 11. Signal outputs and IRF output

Description Value
Rated voltage 250 V AC/DC
Continuous contact carry 5A
Make and carry for 3.0 s 10 A
Make and carry 0.5 s 15 A
Breaking capacity when the control-circuit 1 A/0.25 A/0.15 A
time constant L/R<40 ms, at 48/110/220 V DC
Minimum contact load 100 mA at 24 V AC/DC

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Table 12. Double-pole power output relays with TCS function

Description Value
Rated voltage 250 V AC/DC
Continuous contact carry 8A
Make and carry for 3.0 s 15 A
Make and carry for 0.5 s 30 A
Breaking capacity when the control-circuit 5 A/3 A/1 A
time constant L/R<40 ms, at 48/110/220 V
DC (two contacts connected in series)
Minimum contact load 100 mA at 24 V AC/DC
Trip-circuit supervision (TCS):
Control voltage range 20...250 V AC/DC

Current drain through the supervision ~1.5 mA


circuit

Minimum voltage over the TCS contact 20 V AC/DC (15...20 V)

Table 13. Single-pole power output relays

Description Value
Rated voltage 250 V AC/DC
Continuous contact carry 5A
Make and carry for 3.0 s 15 A
Make and carry for 0.5 s 30 A
Breaking capacity when the control-circuit 1 A/0.25 A/0.15 A
time constant L/R<40 ms, at 48/110/220 V DC
Minimum contact load 100 mA at 24 V AC/DC

Table 14. Front port Ethernet interfaces

Ethernet Protocol Cable Data transfer


interface rate
Front TCP/IP Standard Ethernet CAT 5 cable with 10 MBits/s
protocol RJ-45 connector

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Table 15. Station communication link, fibre-optic

Connector Fibre type1) Wave Max. Permitted path


length distance attenuation2)
LC MM 62.5/125 m 1300 nm 2 km <8 dB
glass fibre core
LC SM 9/125 m 1300 nm 2-20 km <8 dB
ST MM 62.5/125 m 820-900 nm 1 km <11 dB
glass fibre core
1) (MM) multi-mode fibre, (SM) single-mode fibre
2) Maximum allowed attenuation caused by connectors and cable together

Table 16. IRIG-B

Description Value
IRIG time code format B004, B0051)
Isolation 500V 1 min.
Modulation Unmodulated
Logic level TTL Level
Current consumption 2...4 mA
Power consumption 10...20 mW
1) According to 200-04 IRIG -standard

Table 17. Lens sensor and optical fibre for arc protection

Description Value
Fibre-optic cable including lens 1.5 m, 3.0 m or 5.0 m
Normal service temperature range of the lens -40...+100C
Maximum service temperature range of the +140C
lens, max 1 h
Minimum permissible bending radius of the 100 mm
connection fibre

Table 18. Degree of protection of flush-mounted IED

Description Value
Front side IP 54
Rear side, connection terminals IP 20

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Table 19. Environmental conditions

Description Value
Operating temperature range -25...+55C (continuous)
Short-time service temperature range -40...+85C (<16h)1)2)
Relative humidity <93%, non-condensing
Atmospheric pressure 86...106 kPa
Altitude Up to 2000 m
Transport and storage temperature range -40...+85C
1) Degradation in MTBF and HMI performance outside the temperature range of -25...+55 C
2) For IEDs with an LC communication interface the maximum operating temperature is +70 C

Table 20. Environmental tests

Description Type test value Reference


Dry heat test (humidity 96 h at +55C IEC 60068-2-2
<50%) 16 h at +85C1)

Dry cold test 96 h at -25C IEC 60068-2-1


16 h at -40C

Damp heat test, cyclic 6 cycles (12 h + 12 h) at IEC 60068-2-30


+25C+55C, humidity >93%

Storage test 96 h at -40C IEC 60068-2-48


96 h at +85C

1) For IEDs with an LC communication interface the maximum operating temperature is +70oC

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Table 21. Electromagnetic compatibility tests

Description Type test value Reference


1 MHz/100 kHz burst IEC 61000-4-18
disturbance test: IEC 60255-22-1, class III
IEEE C37.90.1-2002
Common mode 2.5 kV

Differential mode 2.5 kV

Electrostatic discharge test: IEC 61000-4-2


IEC 60255-22-2
IEEE C37.90.3-2001
Contact discharge 8 kV

Air discharge 15 kV

Radio frequency interference


tests:
10 V (rms) IEC 61000-4-6
f=150 kHz-80 MHz IEC 60255-22-6, class III
10 V/m (rms) IEC 61000-4-3
f=80-2700 MHz IEC 60255-22-3, class III
10 V/m ENV 50204
f=900 MHz IEC 60255-22-3, class III
20 V/m (rms) IEEE C37.90.2-2004
f=80-1000 MHz
Fast transient disturbance IEC 61000-4-4
tests: IEC 60255-22-4
IEEE C37.90.1-2002
All ports 4 kV

Surge immunity test: IEC 61000-4-5


IEC 60255-22-5
Communication 1 kV, line-to-earth

Other ports 4 kV, line-to-earth


2 kV, line-to-line
Power frequency (50 Hz) IEC 61000-4-8
magnetic field:
Continuous 300 A/m
1-3 s 1000 A/m

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Table 21. Electromagnetic compatibility tests, continued


Description Type test value Reference
Voltage dips and short 30%/10 ms IEC 61000-4-11
interruptions 60%/100 ms
60%/1000 ms
>95%/5000 ms
Power frequency immunity Binary inputs only IEC 61000-4-16
test: IEC 60255-22-7, class A
300 V rms
Common mode

Differential mode
150 V rms
Emission tests: EN 55011, class A
IEC 60255-25
Conducted

0.15-0.50 MHz < 79 dB(V) quasi peak


< 66 dB(V) average
0.5-30 MHz < 73 dB(V) quasi peak
< 60 dB(V) average
Radiated

30-230 MHz < 40 dB(V/m) quasi peak,


measured at 10 m distance
230-1000 MHz < 47 dB(V/m) quasi peak,
measured at 10 m distance

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Table 22. Insulation tests

Description Type test value Reference


Dielectric tests IEC 60255-5 and
IEC 60255-27
Test voltage 2 kV, 50 Hz, 1 min
500 V, 50 Hz, 1 min, communication
Impulse voltage test IEC 60255-5 and
IEC 60255-27
Test voltage 5 kV, 1.2/50 s, 0.5 J
1 kV, 1.2/50 s, 0.5 J,
communication
Insulation resistance IEC 60255-5 and
measurements IEC 60255-27
Isolation resistance >100 M, 500 V DC

Protective bonding IEC 60255-27


resistance
Resistance <0.1 , 4 A, 60 s

Table 23. Mechanical tests

Description Reference Requirement


Vibration tests (sinusoidal) IEC 60068-2-6 (test Fc) Class 2
IEC 60255-21-1
Shock and bump test IEC 60068-2-27 (test Ea shock) Class 2
IEC 60068-2-29 (test Eb bump)
IEC 60255-21-2
Seismic test IEC 60255-21-3 Class 2

Table 24. Product safety

Description Reference
LV directive 2006/95/EC
Standard EN 60255-27 (2005)
EN 60255-1 (2009)

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Table 25. EMC compliance

Description Reference
EMC directive 2004/108/EC
Standard EN 50263 (2000)
EN 60255-26 (2007)

Table 26. RoHS compliance

Description
Complies with RoHS directive 2002/95/EC

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Protection functions
Table 27. Three-phase non-directional overcurrent protection (PHxPTOC)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the current
measured: fn 2 Hz

PHLPTOC 1.5% of the set value or 0.002 x In

PHHPTOC 1.5% of set value or 0.002 x In


and (at currents in the range of 0.110 x In)
PHIPTOC 5.0% of the set value
(at currents in the range of 1040 x In)

Start time 1)2) Minimum Typical Maximum


PHIPTOC:
IFault = 2 x set Start 16 ms 19 ms 23 ms
value
IFault = 10 x set Start 11 ms 12 ms 14 ms
value
PHHPTOC and
PHLPTOC:
IFault = 2 x set Start 22 ms 24 ms 25 ms
value
Reset time < 40 ms
Reset ratio Typical 0.96
Retardation time < 30 ms
Operate time accuracy in definite time mode 1.0% of the set value or 20 ms
Operate time accuracy in inverse time mode 5.0% of the theoretical value or 20 ms 3)

Suppression of harmonics RMS: No suppression


DFT: -50 dB at f = n x fn, where n = 2, 3, 4, 5,

Peak-to-Peak: No suppression
P-to-P+backup: No suppression
1) Set Operate delay time = 0,02 s, Operate curve type = IEC definite time, Measurement mode = default (depends on
stage), current before fault = 0.0 x In, fn = 50 Hz, fault current in one phase with nominal frequency injected
from random phase angle, results based on statistical distribution of 1000 measurements
2) Includes the delay of the signal output contact
3) Includes the delay of the heavy-duty output contact

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Table 28. Three-phase non-directional overcurrent protection (PHxPTOC) main settings

Parameter Function Value (Range) Step


Start Value PHLPTOC 0.05...5.00 x In 0.01

PHHPTOC 0.10...40.00 x In 0.01

PHIPTOC 1.00...40.00 x In 0.01

Time multiplier PHLPTOC 0.05...15.00 0.05


PHHPTOC 0.05...15.00 0.05
Operate delay time PHLPTOC 40...200000 ms 10
PHHPTOC 40...200000 ms 10
PHIPTOC 20...200000 ms 10
Operating curve PHLPTOC Definite or inverse time
type1) Curve type: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19
PHHPTOC Definite or inverse time
Curve type: 1, 3, 5, 9, 10, 12, 15, 17
PHIPTOC Definite time
1) For further reference please refer to the Operating characteristics table

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Table 29. Non-directional earth-fault protection (EFxPTOC)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the current
measured: fn 2 Hz

EFLPTOC 1.5% of the set value or 0.002 x In

EFHPTOC 1.5% of set value or 0.002 x In


and (at currents in the range of 0.110 x In)
EFIPTOC 5.0% of the set value
(at currents in the range of 1040 x In)

Start time 1)2) Minimum Typical Maximum


EFIPTOC:
IFault = 2 x set Start 16 ms 19 ms 23 ms
value 11 ms 12 ms 14 ms
IFault = 10 x set Start
value
EFHPTOC and
EFLPTOC: 22 ms 24 ms 25 ms
IFault = 2 x set Start
value
Reset time < 40 ms
Reset ratio Typical 0.96
Retardation time < 30 ms
Operate time accuracy in definite time mode 1.0% of the set value or 20 ms
Operate time accuracy in inverse time mode 5.0% of the theoretical value or 20 ms 3)

Suppression of harmonics RMS: No suppression


DFT: -50 dB at f = n x fn, where n = 2, 3, 4, 5,

Peak-to-Peak: No suppression
1) Measurement mode = default (depends on stage), current before fault = 0.0 x In, fn = 50 Hz, earth-fault current
with nominal frequency injected from random phase angle, results based on statistical distribution of 1000
measurements
2) Includes the delay of the signal output contact
3) Maximum Start value = 2.5 x In, Start value multiples in range of 1.5 to 20

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Table 30. Non-directional earth-fault protection (EFxPTOC) main settings

Parameter Function Value (Range) Step


Start value EFLPTOC 0.010...5.000 x In 0.005

EFHPTOC 0.10...40.00 x In 0.01

EFIPTOC 1.00...40.00 x In 0.01

Time multiplier EFLPTOC 0.05...15.00 0.05


EFHPTOC 0.05...15.00 0.05
Operate delay time EFLPTOC 40...200000 ms 10
EFHPTOC 40...200000 ms 10
EFIPTOC 20...200000 ms 10
Operating curve EFLPTOC Definite or inverse time
type1) Curve type: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19
EFHPTOC Definite or inverse time
Curve type: 1, 3, 5, 9, 10, 12, 15, 17
EFIPTOC Definite time
1) For further reference please refer to the Operating characteristics table

Table 31. Residual overvoltage protection (ROVPTOV)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the voltage
measured: fn 2 Hz

1.5% of the set value or 0.002 x Un

Start time1)2) Minimum Typical Maximum


UFault = 1.1 x set
55 ms 56 ms 58 ms
Start value
Reset time < 40 ms
Reset ratio Typical 0.96
Retardation time < 35 ms
Operate time accuracy in definite time mode 1.0% of the set value or 20 ms
Suppression of harmonics DFT: -50 dB at f = n x fn, where n = 2, 3, 4, 5,

1) Residual voltage before fault = 0.0 x Un, fn = 50 Hz, residual voltage with nominal frequency injected from
random phase angle, results based on statistical distribution of 1000 measurements
2) Includes the delay of the signal output contact

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Table 32. Residual overvoltage protection (ROVPTOV) main settings

Parameter Function Value (Range) Step


Start value ROVPTOV 0.010...1.000 x Un 0.001

Operate delay time ROVPTOV 40...300000 ms 1

Table 33. Negative phase-sequence overcurrent protection (NSPTOC)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the current
measured: fn 2 Hz

1.5% of the set value or 0.002 x In

Start time 1)2) Minimum Typical Maximum


IFault = 2 x set Start 22 ms 24 ms 25 ms
value 14 ms 16 ms 17 ms
IFault = 10 x set Start
value
Reset time < 40 ms
Reset ratio Typical 0.96
Retardation time < 35 ms
Operate time accuracy in definite time mode 1.0% of the set value or 20 ms
Operate time accuracy in inverse time mode 5.0% of the theoretical value or 20 ms 3)

Suppression of harmonics DFT: -50 dB at f = n x fn, where n = 2, 3, 4, 5,



1) Negative sequence current before fault = 0.0, fn = 50 Hz, results based on statistical distribution of 1000
measurements
2) Includes the delay of the signal output contact
3) Maximum Start value = 2.5 x In, Start value multiples in range of 1.5 to 20

Table 34. Negative phase-sequence overcurrent protection (NSPTOC) main settings

Parameter Function Value (Range) Step


Start value NSPTOC 0.01...5.00 x In 0.01

Time multiplier NSPTOC 0.05...15.00 0.05


Operate delay time NSPTOC 40...200000 ms 10
Operating curve NSPTOC Definite or inverse time
type1) Curve type: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19
1) For further reference please refer to the Operating characteristics table

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Table 35. Three-phase overvoltage protection (PHPTOV)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the voltage
measured: fn 2 Hz

1.5% of the set value or 0.002 x Un

Start time1)2) Minimum Typical Maximum


UFault = 1.1 x set Start
22 ms 24 ms 26 ms
value
Reset time < 40 ms
Reset ratio Depends of the set Relative hysteresis
Retardation time < 35 ms
Operate time accuracy in definite time mode 1.0% of the set value or 20 ms
Operate time accuracy in inverse time mode 5.0% of the theoretical value or 20 ms3)
Suppression of harmonics DFT: -50 dB at f = n x fn, where n = 2, 3, 4, 5,

1) Start value = 1.0 x Un, Voltage before fault = 0.9 x Un, fn = 50 Hz, overvoltage in one phase-to-phase with
nominal frequency injected from random phase angle, results based on statistical distribution of 1000 measurements
2) Includes the delay of the signal output contact
3) Maximum Start value = 1.20 x Un, Start value multiples in range of 1.10 to 2.00

Table 36. Three-phase overvoltage protection (PHPTOV) main settings

Parameter Function Value (Range) Step


Start value PHPTOV 0.05...1.60 x Un 0.01

Time multiplier PHPTOV 0.05...15.00 0.05


Operate delay time PHPTOV 40...300000 ms 10
Operating curve PHPTOV Definite or inverse time
type1) Curve type: 5, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20

1) For further reference please refer to the Operating characteristics table

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Table 37. Three phase undervoltage protection (PHPTUV)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the voltage
measured: fn 2 Hz
1.5% of the set value or 0.002 x Un

Start time1)2) Minimum Typical Maximum


UFault = 0.9 x set
62 ms 64 ms 66 ms
Start value
Reset time < 40 ms
Reset ratio Depends on the set Relative hysteresis
Retardation time < 35 ms
Operate time accuracy in definite time mode 1.0% of the set value or 20 ms
Operate time accuracy in inverse time mode 5.0% of the theoretical value or 20 ms3)
Suppression of harmonics DFT: -50 dB at f = n x fn, where n = 2, 3, 4, 5,

1) Start value = 1.0 x Un, Voltage before fault = 1.1 x Un, fn = 50 Hz, undervoltage in one phase-to-phase with
nominal frequency injected from random phase angle, results based on statistical distribution of 1000 measurements
2) Includes the delay of the signal output contact
3) Minimum Start value = 0.50, Start value multiples in range of 0.90 to 0.20

Table 38. Three-phase undervoltage protection (PHPTUV) main settings

Parameter Function Value (Range) Step


Start value PHPTUV 0.05...1.20 x Un 0.01

Time multiplier PHPTUV 0.05...15.00 0.05


Operate delay time PHPTUV 60...300000 ms 10
Operating curve PHPTUV Definite or inverse time
type1) Curve type: 5, 15, 21, 22, 23

1) For further reference please refer to the Operating characteristics table

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Table 39. Thermal overload protection, two time constants (T2PTTR)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the current
measured: fn 2 Hz

Current measurement: 1.5% of the set value


or 0.002 x In (at currents in the range of
0.01...4.00 x In)

Operate time accuracy1) 2.0% of the theoretical value or 0.50 s

1) Overload current > 1.2 x Operate level temperature

Table 40. Thermal overload for protection, two time constants (T2PTTR) main settings

Parameter Function Value (Range) Step


Temperature rise T2PTTR 0.0...200.0oC 0.1

Max temperature T2PTTR 0.0...200.0oC 0.1

Operate temperature T2PTTR 80.0...120.0 % 0.1


Weighting factor p T2PTTR 0.00...1.00 0.01
Short time constant T2PTTR 6...60000 s 1
Current reference T2PTTR 0.05...4.00 x In 0.01

Operation T2PTTR Off -


On

Table 41. Transformer differential protection of two-winding transformers (TR2PTDF)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the current
measured: fn 2 Hz

3.0% of the set value or 0.002 x In

Operate time1)2) Minimum Typical Maximum


Low stage 34 ms 40 ms 44 ms
High stage 21 ms 22 ms 24 ms
Reset time < 40 ms
Reset ratio Typical 0.96
Suppression of harmonics DFT: -50 dB at f = n x fn, where n = 2, 3, 4,
5,
1) Current before fault = 0.0, fn = 50 Hz, results based on statistical distribution of 1000 measurements
2) Includes the delay of the output contact. When differential current = 2 x set operate value and fn = 50 Hz.

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Table 42. Stabilized differential protection for two-winding transformers (TR2PTDF)


main settings

Parameter Function Value (Range) Step


Restraint mode TR2PTDF 2.h & 5.h & wav -
Waveform
2.h & waveform
5.h & waveform
High operate value TR2PTDF 500...3000 % 10
Low operate value TR2PTDF 5...50 % 1
Slope section 2 TR2PTDF 10...50 % 1
End section 2 TR2PTDF 100...500 % 1
Start value 2.H TR2PTDF 7...20 % 1
Start value 5.H TR2PTDF 10...50 % 1
Operation TR2PTDF Off -
On
Winding 1 type TR2PTDF Y -
YN
D
Z
ZN
Winding 2 type TR2PTDF Y -
YN
D
Z
ZN
Zro A elimination TR2PTDF Not eliminated -
Winding 1
Winding 2
Winding 1 and 2

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Table 43. Numerical stabilized low impedance restricted earth-fault protection


(LREFPNDF)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the current
measured: fn 2 Hz

2.5% of the set value or 0.002 x In

Start time1)2) Minimum Typical Maximum


IFault = 2.0 x set 38 ms 40 ms 43 ms
Operate value
Reset time < 40 ms
Reset ratio Typical 0.96
Retardation time < 35 ms
Operate time accuracy in definite time mode 1.0% of the set value or 20 ms
Suppression of harmonics DFT: -50 dB at f = n x fn, where n = 2, 3, 4,
5,
1) Current before fault = 0.0, fn = 50 Hz, results based on statistical distribution of 1000 measurements
2) Includes the delay of the signal output contact

Table 44. Numerical stabilized low impedance restricted earth-fault protection


(LREFPNDF) main settings

Parameter Function Value (Range) Step


Operate value LREFPNDF 5...50 % 1
Restraint mode LREFPNDF None -
2nd harmonic
Start value 2.H LREFPNDF 10...50 % 1
Minimum operate LREFPNDF 40...300000 ms 1
time
Operation LREFPNDF Off -
On

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Table 45. High-impedance based restricted earth-fault protection (HREFPDIF)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the current
measured: fn 2 Hz

1.5% of the set value or 0.002 x In

Start time1)2) Minimum Typical Maximum


IFault = 2.0 x set 16 ms 21 ms 23 ms
Operate value 11 ms 13 ms 14 ms
IFault = 10.0 x set
Operate value
Reset time < 40 ms
Reset ratio Typical 0.96
Retardation time < 35 ms
Operate time accuracy in definite time mode 1.0% of the set value or 20 ms
1) Current before fault = 0.0, fn = 50 Hz, results based on statistical distribution of 1000 measurements
2) Includes the delay of the signal output contact

Table 46. High-impedance based restricted earth-fault protection (HREFPDIF) main


settings

Parameter Function Value (Range) Step


Operate value HREFPDIF 1.0...50.0 % 0.1
Minimum operate HREFPDIF 40...300000 ms 1
time
Operation HREFPDIF Off -
On

Table 47. Circuit breaker failure protection (CCBRBRF)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the current
measured: fn 2 Hz

1.5% of the set value or 0.002 x In

Operate time accuracy 1.0% of the set value or 20 ms

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Table 48. Circuit breaker failure protection (CCBRBRF) main settings

Parameter Function Value (Range) Step


Current value CCBRBRF 0.05...1.00 x In 0.05
(Operating phase
current)
Current value Res CCBRBRF 0.05...1.00 x In 0.05
(Operating residual
current)
CB failure mode CCBRBRF 1=Current -
(Operating mode of 2=Breaker status
function) 3=Both
CB fail trip mode CCBRBRF 1=Off -
2=Without check
3=Current check
Retrip time CCBRBRF 0...60000 ms 10
CB failure delay CCBRBRF 0...60000 ms 10
CB fault delay CCBRBRF 0...60000 ms 10

Table 49. Arc protection (ARCSARC)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy 3% of the set value or 0.01 x In

Operate time Minimum Typical Maximum


Operation mode = 9 ms 12 ms 15 ms
"Light+current"1)2)
Operation mode = 9 ms 10 ms 12 ms
"Light only"2)
Reset time < 40 ms
Reset ratio Typical 0.96
1) Phase start value = 1.0 x In, current before fault = 2.0 x set Phase start value, fn = 50 Hz, fault with nominal
frequency, results based on statistical distribution of 200 measurements
2) Includes the delay of the heavy-duty output contact

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Table 50. Arc protection (ARCSARC) main settings

Parameter Function Value (Range) Step


Phase start value ARCSARC 0.50...40.00 x In 0.01
(Operating phase
current)
Ground start value ARCSARC 0.05...8.00 x In 0.01
(Operating residual
current)
Operation mode ARCSARC 1=Light+current
2=Light only
3=BI controlled

Table 51. Multipurpose protection (MAPGAPC)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy 1.0% of the set value or 20 ms

Table 52. Multipurpose analog protection (MAPGAPC) main settings

Parameter Function Value (Range) Step


Start value MAPGAPC -10000.0...10000.0 0.1
Operate delay time MAPGAPC 0...200000 ms 100
Operation mode MAPGAPC Over -
Under

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Table 53. Operation characteristics

Parameter Values (Range)


Operating curve type 1=ANSI Ext. inv.
2=ANSI Very. inv.
3=ANSI Norm. inv.
4=ANSI Mod inv.
5=ANSI Def. Time
6=L.T.E. inv.
7=L.T.V. inv.
8=L.T. inv.
9=IEC Norm. inv.
10=IEC Very inv.
11=IEC inv.
12=IEC Ext. inv.
13=IEC S.T. inv.
14=IEC L.T. inv
15=IEC Def. Time
17=Programmable
18=RI type
19=RD type
Operating curve type (voltage protection) 5=ANSI Def. Time
15=IEC Def. Time
17=Inv. Curve A
18=Inv. Curve B
19=Inv. Curve C
20=Programmable
21=Inv. Curve A
22=Inv. Curve B
23=Programmable

Measurement functions
Table 54. Three-phase current measurement (CMMXU)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the current
measured: fn 2 Hz

0.5% or 0.002 x In
(at currents in the range of 0.01...4.00 x In)

Suppression of harmonics DFT: -50 dB at f = n x fn, where n = 2, 3, 4, 5,



RMS: No suppression

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Table 55. Three-phase voltage measurement (VMMXU)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the voltage
measured: fn 2 Hz
At voltages in range 0.011.15 x Un

0.5% or 0.002 x Un

Suppression of harmonics DFT: -50 dB at f = n x fn, where n = 2, 3, 4, 5,



RMS: No suppression

Table 56. Voltage sequence components (VSMSQI)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the voltage
measured: fn 2 Hz
At voltages in range 0.011.15 x Un

1.0% or 0.002 x Un

Suppression of harmonics DFT: -50 dB at f = n x fn, where n = 2, 3, 4, 5,


Table 57. Residual current measurement (RESCMMXU)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the current
measured: f/fn = 2 Hz

0.5% or 0.002 x In
at currents in the range of 0.01...4.00 x In

Suppression of harmonics DFT: -50 dB at f = n x fn, where n = 2, 3, 4, 5,



RMS: No suppression

Table 58. Residual voltage measurement (RESVMMXU)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy Depending on the frequency of the current
measured: f/fn = 2 Hz

0.5% or 0.002 x Un

Suppression of harmonics DFT: -50 dB at f = n x fn, where n = 2, 3, 4, 5,



RMS: No suppression

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Table 59. Three-phase power and energy (PEMMXU)

Characteristic Value
Operation accuracy At all three currents in range 0.101.20 x In
At all three voltages in range 0.501.15 x Un
At the frequency fn 1 Hz
Active power and energy in range |PF| > 0.71
Reactive power and energy in range |PF| <
0.71
1.5% for power (S, P and Q)
0.015 for power factor
1.5% for energy
Suppression of harmonics DFT: -50 dB at f = n x fn, where n = 2, 3, 4, 5,

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Table 60. RTD/mA measurement (XRGGIO130)

Description Value
RTD inputs Supported RTD 100 platinum TCR 0.00385 (DIN 43760)
sensors 250 platinum TCR 0.00385
100 nickel TCR 0.00618 (DIN 43760)
120 nickel TCR 0.00618
250 nickel TCR 0.00618
10 copper TCR 0.00427
Supported
resistance range 0...2 k
Maximum lead
resistance (three-
wire
measurement) 25 per lead
Isolation 2 kV (inputs to protective earth)
Response time <4 s
RTD/resistance
sensing current Maximum 0.33 mA rms
Operation Resistance Temperature
accuracy
2.0% or 1 1C
10 copper: 2C
mA inputs Supported
current range 020 mA
Current input
impedance 44 0.1%
Operation Resistance
accuracy
0.5% or 0.01 mA

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configuration, the IED displays the related


18. Local HMI measuring values, apart from the default
single line diagram. The SLD view can also
The IED is available with two optional be accessed using the web-browser based
displays, a large one and a small one. The user interface. The default SLD can be
large display is suited for IED installations modified according to user requirements by
where the front panel user interface is using the graphical display editor in PCM600.
frequently used and a single line diagram is The local HMI includes a push button (L/R)
required. The small display is suited for for local/remote operation of the IED. When
remotely controlled substations where the the IED is in the local mode, the IED can be
IED is only occasionally accessed locally via operated only by using the local front panel
the front panel user interface. user interface. When the IED is in the remote
Both LCD displays offer front-panel user mode, the IED can execute commands sent
interface functionality with menu navigation from a remote location. The IED supports the
and menu views. However, the large display remote selection of local/remote mode via a
offers increased front-panel usability with less binary input. This feature facilitates, for
menu scrolling and improved information example, the use of an external switch at the
overview. In addition, the large display substation to ensure that all IEDs are in the
includes a user-configurable single line local mode during maintenance work and
diagram (SLD) with position indication for that the circuit breakers cannot be operated
the associated primary equipment. remotely from the network control centre.
Depending on the chosen standard

IECA070904 V3 EN IECA070901 V3 EN

Figure 13. Small display Figure 14. Large display

Table 61. Small display

Character size1) Rows in the view Characters per row

Small, mono-spaced (6x12 pixels) 5 20


Large, variable width (13x14 pixels) 4 8 or more
1) Depending on the selected language

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Table 62. Large display

Character size1) Rows in the view Characters per row

Small, mono-spaced (6x12 pixels) 10 20


Large, variable width (13x14 pixels) 8 8 or more
1) Depending on the selected language

type RTXP 18, which can be mounted side by


19. Mounting methods side with the IED cases.
Mounting methods:
By means of appropriate mounting
accessories the standard IED case for the 615 Flush mounting
series IED can be flush mounted, semi-flush Semi-flush mounting
mounted or wall mounted. The flush Semi-flush mounting in a 25 tilt
mounted and wall mounted IED cases can Rack mounting
also be mounted in a tilted position (25) Wall mounting
using special accessories. Mounting to a 19" equipment frame
Mounting with a RTXP 18 test switch to a
Further, the IEDs can be mounted in any 19" rack
standard 19 instrument cabinet by means of
19 mounting panels available with cut-outs Panel cut-out for flush mounting:
for one or two IEDs. Alternatively, the IED
Height: 161.51 mm
can be mounted in 19 instrument cabinets
Width: 165.51 mm
by means of 4U Combiflex equipment frames.
For the routine testing purposes, the IED
cases can be equipped with test switches,

190

186

177

25
160
160

177

230
177

98
10 7
1 03 13 3
48
153
IECA070903 V3 EN IECA070902 V3 EN

IECA070900 V3 EN
Figure 16. Semi-flush Figure 17. Semi-flush with a
Figure 15. Flush mounting mounting 25 tilt

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placed above the HMI on the upper part of


20. IED case and IED the plug-in-unit. An order number label is

plug-in unit placed on the side of the plug-in unit as well


as inside the case. The order number consists
of a string of codes generated from the IED's
For safety reasons, the IED cases for current hardware and software modules.
measuring IEDs are provided with
automatically operating contacts for short- Use the ordering key information to generate
circuiting the CT secondary circuits when a the order number when ordering complete
IED unit is withdrawn from its case. The IED IEDs.
case is further provided with a mechanical
coding system preventing current measuring
IED units from being inserted into a IED case
for a voltage measuring IED unit and vice
versa, i.e. the IED cases are assigned to a
certain type of IED plug-in unit.

21. Selection and


ordering data
The IED type and serial number label
identifies the protection IED. The label is

H B TAB G BAB C C 1 B B N 1 X D

# DESCRIPTION
1 IED
615 series IED (including case) H
615 series IED (including case) with test switch, wired
K
and installed in a 19 equipment panel
615 series IED (including case) with test switch, wired
and installed in a mounting bracket for CombiFlex L
rack mounting (RGHT 19 4U variant C)
2 Standard
IEC B
3 Main application
Transformer protection and control T
GUID-C7AD042A-70E7-4401-A5DB-3FD5CF4132BD V2 EN

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H B TAB G BAB C C 1 B B N 1 X D

# DESCRIPTION
4-8

A = Transformer differential protection, numerical restricted E/F


protection for the HV side, optional RTD/mA inputs
B = Transformer differential protection, numerical restricted E/F
protection for the LV side, optional RTD/mA inputs
C = Transformer differential protection, high-impedance based
restricted E/F protection for the HV side, optional RTD/mA
inputs
D = Transformer differential protection, high-impedance based
restricted E/F protection for the LV side, optional RTD/mA
inputs
E = Transformer differential protection, numerical restricted E/F
protection for the high-voltage HV side, phase-voltage based
prot. and measurement functions
F = Transformer differential protection, numerical restricted E/F
protection for the LV side, phase-voltage based protection and
measurement functions
G = Transformer differential protection, high-impedance based
restricted E/F protection for the HV side, phase-voltage based
protection and measurement functions
H = Transformer differential protection, high-impedance based
restricted E/F protection for the LV side, phase-voltage based
protection and measurement functions
Std conf A: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 8 BI +10 BO ABABA
Std conf A: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 14 BI + 13 BO ABABB
Std conf A: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 6 RTD + 2 mA + 8 BI
ABGBA
+ 10 BO
Std conf B: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 8 BI +10 BO BBABA
Std conf B: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 14 BI + 13 BO BBABB
Std conf B: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 6 RTD + 2 mA + 8 BI
BBGBA
+ 10 BO
Std conf C: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 8 BI +10 BO CBABA
Std conf C: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 14 BI + 13 BO CBABB
Std conf C: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 6 RTD + 2 mA + 8 BI
CBGBA
+ 10 BO
Std conf D: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 8 BI +10 BO DBABA
Std conf D: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 14 BI + 13 BO DBABB
Std conf D: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 6 RTD + 2 mA + 8 BI
DBGBA
+ 10 BO
Std conf E: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 5U + 12 BI + 10 BO EBCAD
Std conf F: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 5U + 12 BI + 10 BO FBCAD
Std conf G: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 5U + 12 BI + 10 BO GBCAD
Std conf H: 7I (Io 1/5 A) + 5U + 12 BI + 10 BO HBCAD
GUID-CC2E3ED2-0950-4B81-89B9-E481F9160AEA V2 EN

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The communication module hardware determines the available communication protocols.

H B TAB G BAB C C 1 B B N 1 X D

# DESCRIPTION
9 Communication modules (Serial/Ethernet)
- Serial RS-485, incl. an input for IRIG-B + Ether-
10 AA
net 100Base-FX (1 x LC)
Serial RS-485, incl. an input for IRIG-B +
AB
Ethernet 100Base-TX (1 x RJ-45)
Serial RS-485, incl. an input for IRIG-B AN
-
tor and an input for IRIG-B (cannot be combined BN
with arc protection)

(1 x RJ-45) + Serial RS-485 connector, RS-


BB
232/485 D-Sub 9 connector + input for IRIG-B
(cannot be combined with arc protection)

BD
(3 x RJ-45)

BC
and -FX (2 x RJ-45 + 1 x LC)
Ethernet 100Base-FX (1 x LC) NA
Ethernet 100Base-TX (1 x RJ-45) NB
Ethernet 100Base-TX (2 x RJ-45 + 1 x LC) NC
Ethernet 100Base-TX (3 x RJ-45) ND
No communication module NN

If serial communication is chosen, please choose a serial


communication module including Ethernet (for example BC)
if a service bus for PCM600 or the WebHMI is required.
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H B TAB G BAB C C 1 B B N 1 X D

# DESCRIPTION
11 Communication protocols
IEC 61850
(for Ethernet communication modules and IEDs A
without a communication module )
Modbus
(for Ethernet/serial or Ethernet + serial commu- B
nication modules)
IEC 61850 + Modbus
(for Ethernet or serial + Ethernet communication C
modules)
IEC 60870-5-103
(for serial or Ethernet + serial communication D
modules)
DNP3
(for Ethernet/serial or Ethernet + serial commu- E
nication modules)
GUID-DEDB91B1-A71C-4ED3-8C1D-FA7B3FD21DA5 V1 EN

H B TAB G BAB C C 1 B B N 1 X D

# DESCRIPTION
12 Language
English 1
English and German 3
English and Swedish 4
English and Spanish 5
English and Russian 6
English and Portuguese (Brazilian) 8
13 Front panel
Small LCD A
Large LCD with single line diagram (SLD) B
14 Option 1
Arc protection (cannot be combined with communica-
B
tion modules BN or BB)
None N
15 Option 2
None N
16 Power supply
48...250 V DC, 100...240 V AC 1
24...60 V DC 2
17 Vacant digit
Vacant X
18 Version
Version 3.0 D
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Example code: H B T A B G B A B C C 1 B B N 1 X D

Your ordering code:

Digit (#) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Code
GUID-33FE0200-BD4F-4BCC-AE6A-5F38D8D4CF0C V2 EN

Figure 18. Ordering key for complete IEDs

22. Accessories and ordering data


Table 63. Cables

Item Order number


Cable for optical sensors for arc protection 1.5 m 1MRS120534-1.5
Cable for optical sensors for arc protection 3.0 m 1MRS120534-3.0
Cable for optical sensors for arc protection 5.0 m 1MRS120534-5.0

Table 64. Mounting accessories

Item Order number


Semi-flush mounting kit 1MRS050696
Wall mounting kit 1MRS050697
Inclined semi-flush mounting kit 1MRS050831
19 rack mounting kit with cut-out for one IED 1MRS050694
19 rack mounting kit with cut-out for two IEDs 1MRS050695
Mounting bracket for one IED with test switch RTXP in 4U Combiflex 2RCA022642P0001
(RHGT 19 variant C)
Mounting bracket for one IED in 4U Combiflex (RHGT 19 variant C) 2RCA022643P0001
19 rack mounting kit for one IED and one RTXP18 test switch (the 2RCA021952A0003
test switch is not included in the delivery)
19 rack mounting kit for one IED and one RTXP24 test switch (the 2RCA022561A0003
test switch is not included in the delivery)

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locally or remotely using a web browser (IE


23. Tools 7.0 or later). For security reasons, the web-
browser based user interface is disabled by
The IED is delivered as a pre-configured unit. default. The interface can be enabled with
The default parameter setting values can be the PCM600 tool or from the front panel user
changed from the front-panel user interface, interface. The functionality of the interface
the web-browser based user interface can be limited to read-only access by means
(WebHMI) or the PCM600 tool in of PCM600.
combination with the IED-specific The IED connectivity package is a collection
connectivity package. of software and specific IED information,
The Protection and Control IED Manager which enable system products and tools to
PCM600 is available in three different connect and interact with the IED. The
variants, that is PCM600, PCM600 connectivity packages reduce the risk of
Engineering and PCM600 Engineering Pro. errors in system integration, minimizing
Depending on the chosen variant, PCM600 device configuration and set-up times.
offers extensive IED configuration functions Further, the Connectivity Packages for the
such as IED signal configuration, application 615 series IEDs include a flexible update tool
configuration, graphical display configuration for adding one additional local HMI language
including single line diagram configuration, to the IED. The update tool is activated using
and IEC 61850 communication configuration PCM600 and enables multiple updates of the
including horizontal GOOSE communication. additional HMI language, thus offering
flexible means for possible future language
When the web-browser based user interface
updates.
is used, the IED can be accessed either

Table 65. Tools

Configuration and setting tools Version


PCM600 2.3 or later
Web-browser based user interface IE 7.0 or later
RET615 Connectivity Package 3.0.2 or later

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Table 66. Supported functions

Function WebHMI PCM600 PCM600 PCM600


Engineering Engineering
Pro
IED parameter setting
Saving of IED
parameter settings in
the IED
Signal monitoring
Disturbance recorder
handling
Alarm LED viewing
Access control
management
IED signal
configuration (signal
matrix) -
Modbus
communication
configuration
(communication
management) -
DNP3 communication
configuration
(communication
management) -
IEC 60870-5-103
communication
configuration
(communication
management) -
Saving of IED
parameter settings in
the tool -
Disturbance record
analysis -
XRIO parameter
export/import -
Graphical display
configuration -

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Table 66. Supported functions, continued


Function WebHMI PCM600 PCM600 PCM600
Engineering Engineering
Pro
Application
configuration - -
IEC 61850
communication
configuration, GOOSE
(communication
configuration) - - -
Phasor diagram
viewing - - -
Event viewing - - -
Saving of event data
on the user's PC - - -
= Supported

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24. Terminal diagrams

GUID-3CB989EB-6ECA-471F-8692-DB15C1DE5EFB V2 EN

Figure 19. Terminal diagram of standard configurations A-D

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GUID-3655E0AF-034F-4D63-B098-5B5321A13662 V1 EN

Figure 20. Terminal diagram of standard configurations E-H

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The download area on the right hand side of


25. References the web page contains the latest product
documentation, such as technical reference
The www.abb.com/substationautomation manual, installation manual, operators
portal offers you information about the manual, etc. The selection tool on the web
distribution automation product and service page helps you find the documents by the
range. document category and language.

You will find the latest relevant information The Features and Application tabs contain
on the RET615 protection IED on the product product related information in a compact
page. format.

GUID-88EE01E3-7520-46F6-96A1-E0965DC9A468 V1 EN

Figure 21. Product page

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26. Functions, codes and symbols


Table 67. RET615 Functions, codes and symbols

Function IEC 61850 IEC 60617 IEC-ANSI


Protection
Three-phase non-directional
overcurrent protection, low PHLPTOC1 3I> (1) 51P-1 (1)
stage, instance 1
Three-phase non-directional
overcurrent protection, low PHLPTOC2 3I> (2) 51P-1 (2)
stage, instance 2
Three-phase non-directional
overcurrent protection, high PHHPTOC1 3I>> (1) 51P-2 (1)
stage, instance 1
Three-phase non-directional
overcurrent protection, high PHHPTOC2 3I>> (2) 51P-2 (2)
stage, instance 2
Three-phase non-directional
overcurrent protection, PHIPTOC1 3I>>> (1) 50P/51P (1)
instantaneous stage, instance 1
Three-phase non-directional
overcurrent protection, PHIPTOC2 3I>>> (2) 50P/51P (2)
instantaneous stage, instance 2
Non-directional earth-fault
EFLPTOC1 Io> (1) 51N-1 (1)
protection, low stage, instance 1
Non-directional earth-fault
EFLPTOC2 Io> (2) 51N-1 (2)
protection, low stage, instance 2
Non-directional earth-fault
protection, high stage, instance EFHPTOC1 Io>> (1) 51N-2 (1)
1
Non-directional earth-fault
protection, high stage, instance EFHPTOC2 Io>> (2) 51N-2 (2)
2
Negative-sequence overcurrent
NSPTOC1 I2> (1) 46 (1)
protection, instance 1
Negative-sequence overcurrent
NSPTOC2 I2> (2) 46 (2)
protection, instance 2
Residual overvoltage
ROVPTOV1 Uo> (1) 59G (1)
protection, instance 1

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Function IEC 61850 IEC 60617 IEC-ANSI
Residual overvoltage
ROVPTOV2 Uo> (2) 59G (2)
protection, instance 2
Three-phase undervoltage
PHPTUV1 3U< (1) 27 (1)
protection, instance 1
Three-phase undervoltage
PHPTUV2 3U< (2) 27 (2)
protection, instance 2
Three-phase overvoltage
PHPTOV1 3U> (1) 59 (1)
protection, instance 1
Three-phase overvoltage
PHPTOV2 3U> (2) 59 (2)
protection, instance 2
Three-phase thermal overload
protection for power
T2PTTR1 3Ith>T 49T
transformers, two time
constants
Stabilized and instantaneous
differential protection for 2W TR2PTDF1 3dI>T 87T
transformers
Numerical stabilized low
impedance restricted earth-fault LREFPNDF1 dIoLo> 87NL
protection
High impedance based
HREFPDIF1 dIoHi> 87NH
restricted earth-fault protection
Circuit breaker failure
CCBRBRF1 3I>/Io>BF 51BF/51NBF
protection
Master trip, instance 1 TRPPTRC1 Master Trip (1) 94/86 (1)
Master trip, instance 2 TRPPTRC2 Master Trip (2) 94/86 (2)
Arc protection, instance 1 ARCSARC1 ARC (1) 50L/50NL (1)
Arc protection, instance 2 ARCSARC2 ARC (2) 50L/50NL (2)
Arc protection, instance 3 ARCSARC3 ARC (3) 50L/50NL (3)
Multi-purpose protection,
MAPGAPC1 MAP (1) MAP (1)
instance 11)
Multi-purpose protection,
MAPGAPC2 MAP (2) MAP (2)
instance 21)
Multi-purpose protection,
MAPGAPC3 MAP (3) MAP (3)
instance 31)

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Function IEC 61850 IEC 60617 IEC-ANSI
Control
Circuit-breaker control CBXCBR1 I <-> O CB I <-> O CB
Disconnector position
DCSXSWI1 I <-> O DC (1) I <-> O DC (1)
indication, instance 1
Disconnector position
DCSXSWI2 I <-> O DC (2) I <-> O DC (2)
indication, instance 2
Disconnector position
DCSXSWI3 I <-> O DC (3) I <-> O DC (3)
indication, instance 3
Earthing switch indication ESSXSWI1 I <-> O ES I <-> O ES
Tap changer position indication TPOSSLTC1 TPOSM 84M
Condition monitoring
Circuit-breaker condition
SSCBR1 CBCM CBCM
monitoring
Trip circuit supervision,
TCSSCBR1 TCS (1) TCM (1)
instance 1
Trip circuit supervision,
TCSSCBR2 TCS (2) TCM (2)
instance 2
Fuse failure supervision SEQRFUF1 FUSEF 60
Runtime counter for machines
MDSOPT1 OPTS OPTM
and devices
Measurement
Disturbance recorder RDRE1 - -
Three-phase current
CMMXU1 3I 3I
measurement, instance 1
Three-phase current
CMMXU2 3I(B) 3I(B)
measurement, instance 2
Sequence current measurement CSMSQI1 I1, I2, I0 I1, I2, I0
Residual current measurement,
RESCMMXU1 Io In
instance 1
Residual current measurement,
RESCMMXU2 Io(B) In(B)
instance 2
Three-phase voltage
VMMXU1 3U 3U
measurement
Residual voltage measurement RESVMMXU1 Uo Vn

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Function IEC 61850 IEC 60617 IEC-ANSI
Sequence voltage measurement VSMSQI1 U1, U2, U0 U1, U2, U0
Three-phase power and energy
measurement, including power PEMMXU1 P, E P, E
factor
RTD/mA measurement XRGGIO130 X130 (RTD) X130 (RTD)
1) Multi-purpose protection is used for, for example, RTD/mA based protection.

27. Document revision history


Document revision/ Product version History
date
A/2009-07-03 2.0 First release
B/2009-10-01 2.0 Content updated
C/2010-06-11 3.0 Content updated to correspond to the
product version
D/2010-06-29 3.0 Terminology corrected
E/2010-09-07 3.0 Content corrected

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