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IEEE Standard for the Electronic

Reporting of Distribution
Transformer Test Data

IEEE Power and Energy Society

Sponsored by the
Transformers Committee

IEEE IEEE Std C57.12.37™-2015
3 Park Avenue (Revision of
New York, NY 10016-5997 IEEE Std C57.12.37-2006)
USA

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IEEE Std C57.12.37™-2015
(Revision of
IEEE Std C57.12.37-2006)

IEEE Standard for the Electronic
Reporting of Distribution
Transformer Test Data

Sponsor

Transformers Committee
of the
IEEE Power and Energy Society

Approved 3 September 2015

IEEE-SA Standards Board

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Participants At the time this standard was completed. Downloaded on February 20. Nair Ronald Stahara Jalal Gohari Kris K. All rights reserved. Authorized licensed use limited to: New York University. Balloters may have voted for approval. . Vice Chair Timothy Albers Daniel Mulkey Ronald Stahara John Crotty Gerald Paiva Giuseppe Termini Ali Ghafourian Dwight Parkinson Alan Traut Gael Kennedy Kenneth Romano Antonio Trujillo John Lackey Stephen Shull Shelby Walters Lee Matthews Edward Smith Chris Wilford Michael Miller Alan Wilks The following members of the individual balloting committee voted on this standard. Chair Martin Rave. Restrictions apply. the Electronic Reporting of Transformer Test Data Working Group had the following membership: Thomas Callsen. R.2016 at 15:18:13 UTC from IEEE Xplore. Peter Balma Gael Kennedy Donald Platts Thomas Blackburn Gary King Alvaro Portillo Adam Bromley Alexander Kraetge Lewis Powell Darren Brown Jim Kulchisky Jarrod Prince Derek Brown Chung-Yiu Lam Iulian Profir Thomas Callsen Thomas La Rose Martin Rave Paul Cardinal William Larzelere Michael Roberts Stephen Conrad Albert Livshitz Oleg Roizman Gary Donner Lee Matthews Thomas Rozek Charles Drexler William McBride Daniel Sauer Michael Faulkenberry Charles Mc Shane Bartien Sayogo Jorge Fernandez Daher Sujeet Mishra Ewald Schweiger Michael Franchek Daniel Mulkey Stephen Shull Fredric Friend Jerry Murphy Charles Simmons Frank Gerleve Ali Naderian Jahromi Jerry Smith Ali Ghafourian K. or abstention. M. disapproval. Neild Juan Thierry Randall Groves Michael Newman Alan Traut Said Hachichi Lorraine Padden Mel George Philip Hopkinson Luke Parthemore Roger Verdolin Mohammad Iman Bansi Patel John Vergis Richard Jackson Wesley Patterson Jane Verner Song Jin Branimir Petosic Alan Wilks John John Jian Yu 7 Copyright © 2015 IEEE.

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.............................................................................. 22  Copyright © 2015 IEEE................................ Downloaded on February 20....   'H¿QLWLRQV ................................................................................... Restrictions apply.2 Standard data set ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................   6FRSH .......... Normative references ... Test data requirements .....................................................  2............................................................................................................................................................................ ..................................................................................................................................................................................... Authorized licensed use limited to: New York University......................................................................................................  4........   )ODW¿OHIRUPDW ....................................................................................................................................................................   *HQHUDO ............   &RPPDGHOLPLWHGYDULDEOHIRUPDW ..................................................................................................................  4............................................................................................ All rights reserved.............................................................  Annex A (informative) Bibliography...................................................................................................................................................................................................  4..................................... Contents  2YHUYLHZ ...   7HVWGDWD¿OHWUDQVIHU.................   ([WHQGHGGDWDVHW .............................................................................2016 at 15:18:13 UTC from IEEE Xplore........................................................................................................................   *HQHUDO ............................................................................................................................   7UDQVIHUE\PDLOVHUYLFH................................................4 Calculated data .........................................................................................................................................................................................   *HQHUDO ........   3XUSRVH .......................................   7UDQVIHUE\WHOHFRPPXQLFDWLRQV....................................   7HVWGDWD¿OHIRUPDW ..............................................................

QDGGLWLRQLWGH¿QHVDQH[WHQGHGVHWRIGDWDIRUWKRVHXVHUVZKRKDYHDQHHGIRUGDWD 1. or environmental protection. or ensure against interference with or from other devices or networks. Imple- menters of IEEE Standards documents are responsible for determining and complying with all appropriate safety. security.1 Scope This standard provides a basis for electronic reporting of transformer test data on liquid-immersed distribution WUDQVIRUPHUV7KLVVWDQGDUGGH¿QHVKRZWRIRUPDWDQGUHSRUWWKHVWDQGDUGWHVWGDWDZKHQHOHFWURQLFUHSRUWLQJLV VSHFL¿HG.html. All rights reserved. &ODXVHSURYLGHVGH¿QLWLRQVWKDW DUHHLWKHUQRWIRXQGLQRWKHUVWDQGDUGVRUKDYHEHHQPRGL¿HGIRUXVHZLWKWKLVVWDQGDUGClause 4 provides a listing of the data elements in the standard data set and the additional data elements included with the extended data set. Downloaded on February 20. .2 Purpose 7KHSXUSRVHRIWKLVVWDQGDUGLVWRGH¿QHVWDQGDUGPHWKRGVRIUHSRUWLQJDQGFRPPXQLFDWLQJWUDQVIRUPHUWHVW data in order to allow users and producers to design computer based systems for preparing.ieee. test data format. Authorized licensed use limited to: New York University. Overview This standard is divided into six clauses. communicating. security. environmental. This IEEE document is made available for use subject to important notices and legal disclaimers. &ODXVH provides the scope and purpose of this standard. 1. IEEE Standard for the Electronic Reporting of Distribution Transformer Test Data IMPORTANT NOTICE: IEEE Standards documents are not intended to ensure safety.” They can also be obtained on request from IEEE or viewed at http://standards.org/IPR/disclaimers.  Copyright © 2015 IEEE. The standard includes test data content. and test data communications methods. health. These notices and disclaimers appear in all publications containing this document and may be found under the heading “Important Notice” or “Important Notices and Disclaimers Concerning IEEE Documents. health. Clause 5JLYHVWKHVSHFL¿FVRIWKHWZRWHVWGDWD¿OHIRUPDWV&ODXVHDGGUHVVHVWKHPHWKRGVRI¿OH transfer. and interference protection practices and all applicable laws and regulations. Clause 2 lists references to other standards that are useful in applying this standard. and storing test data.2016 at 15:18:13 UTC from IEEE Xplore. 1. Restrictions apply.

Normative references The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document (i. .37-2015 IEEE Standard for the Electronic Reporting of Distribution Transformer Test Data 2.(((6WDQGDUG%DU&RGLQJIRU'LVWULEXWLRQ7UDQVIRUPHUVDQG6WHS9ROWDJH5HJXODWRUV .PPHUVHG'LVWULEXWLRQ3RZHU DQG5HJXODWLQJ7UDQVIRUPHUV . For undated references. For dated references.(((6WDQGDUG7HVW&RGHIRU/LTXLG.(((6WG&Œ.(((6WDQGDUGIRU*HQHUDO5HTXLUHPHQWVIRU/LTXLG..PPHUVHG'LVWULEXWLRQ3RZHUDQG5HJXODWLQJ Transformers.12.(((6WG&Œ. only the edition cited applies.e. IEEE Std C57. the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments or corrigenda) applies. so each referenced document is cited in text and its relationship to this document is explained).(((6WG&Œ. &RGHRI)HGHUDO5HJXODWLRQV7LWOH3DUW &)5. they must be understood and used.

Authorized licensed use limited to: New York University.2 Standard data set 7KHVWDQGDUGGDWDVHWFRQVLVWVRIWKHGDWDHOHPHQW¿HOGVJLYHQLQ through . the number nLQGLFDWHVWKHQXPEHURIFKDUDFWHUVLQWKH¿HOG“Fn.2016 at 15:18:13 UTC from IEEE Xplore. Restrictions apply.html.ieee. Test data requirements 4. 7KHGH¿QLWLRQRIHDFKGDWDHOHPHQW¿HOGLQFOXGHVWKHGDWDHOHPHQW¿HOGQDPHWKHGDWDHOHPHQW¿HOGOHQJWKDQG IRUPDWDGHVFULSWLRQRIWKHGDWDHOHPHQWWKDWDWWHPSWVWRGH¿QHWKHGDWDHOHPHQWXQDPELJXRXVO\DQGEULHIGDWD validation rules. 4.LQGLFDWHVWKH¿HOG content is an integer value.  1RWHVLQWH[WWDEOHVDQG¿JXUHVDUHJLYHQIRULQIRUPDWLRQRQO\DQGGRQRWFRQWDLQUHTXLUHPHQWVQHHGHGWRLPSOHPHQWWKHVWDQGDUG  Copyright © 2015 IEEE. 2 IEEE Standards Dictionary Online subscription is available at:http://www. Downloaded on February 20. NOTE—7KHFRQYHQWLRQXVHGWRGH¿QHWKHIRUPDWRIHDFKGDWDHOHPHQW¿HOGLVDVIROORZV³$n” where A indicates the ¿HOGFRQWHQWLVDOSKDQXPHULFWKHQXPEHUnLQGLFDWHVWKHQXPEHURIFKDUDFWHUVLQWKH¿HOG“In”ZKHUH.(QHUJ\(I¿FLHQF\3URJUDPIRU&HUWDLQ&RPPHU- cial and Industrial Equipment. The standard data set should be adequate for purposes of loss test data UHSRUWLQJDQGZLOOEHVXSSOLHGXQOHVVWKHXVHUVSHFL¿HVRWKHUZLVH7KHH[WHQGHGGDWDVHWLVLQFOXGHGDVDPHDQV of satisfying users with a need for additional data.org/portal/innovate/products/standard/standards_ dictionary.1 General 7KLVVWDQGDUGGH¿QHVWZRGLIIHUHQWVHWVRIWHVWGDWDWKHXVHUVKRXOGUHTXHVW7KH\ZLOOEHUHIHUUHGWRDVWKHVWDQ- dard data set and the extended data set.  'H¿QLWLRQV )RUWKHSXUSRVHVRIWKLVGRFXPHQWWKHIROORZLQJWHUPVDQGGH¿QLWLRQVDSSO\7KHIEEE Standards Dictionary OnlineVKRXOGEHFRQVXOWHGIRUWHUPVQRWGH¿QHGLQWKLVFODXVH2 standard reference temperature: The temperature that is used as a standard reference for a particular test parameter.n”ZKHUH)LQGLFDWHVWKH¿HOG FRQWHQWLVDUHDOQXPEHUWKH¿UVWnLQGLFDWHVWKHQXPEHURIFKDUDFWHUVLQWKH¿HOGDQGWKHVHFRQGn indicates the number of VLJQL¿FDQWGLJLWVWRWKHULJKWRIWKHGHFLPDOSODFH 4. All rights reserved. .

UG-Underground. 4.9 Number of phases (I1) Number of phases of order item.4 4.6 Producer catalog number (A15) The material and stores identification number used by the producer for the order item.3 User stock number (A14) The material and stores identification number used by the user for the order item. Restrictions apply.7 Producer serial number (A13) The unique identification number assigned by the producer to the individual transformer for which test data is being reported. Valid values: See IEEE Std C57. Valid values: Any alphanumeric combination of 15 characters or less.37-2015 IEEE Standard for the Electronic Reporting of Distribution Transformer Test Data 4. Authorized licensed use limited to: New York University. OT-Other 4.2.35. Valid values: Any alphanumeric combination of 14 characters or less. Valid values: Any alphanumeric combination of 23 characters or less. 2. Downloaded on February 20. All rights reserved. or 3. Valid values: Any alphanumeric combination of 13 characters or less.5 Producer order number (A14) The transformer producer’s order number. 4.12. 4.2.2. Valid values: Any alphanumeric combination of 14 characters or less.2. PM-Pad Mounted. Valid values: Any alphanumeric combination of 25 characters or less. DS-Distribution Sub- station.2. two phase (duplex).2. 13 Copyright © 2015 IEEE.12.2.2 User order number (A25) The transformer purchaser’s order number. 4. NW-Network. IEEE Std C57.2016 at 15:18:13 UTC from IEEE Xplore.1 User name (A23) The name of the transformer purchaser. This matches the number of charac- ters allowed for producer serial number in IEEE Std C57. 4.12.35. . standards being single phase. 4 Information on references can be found in Clause 2. or three phase. Valid values: OH-Overhead. Valid values: Integer values of 1.2.4 Producer identification (A2) The two-character ID of the transformer producer as used on the nameplate.8 Product type (A2) The product type of the order item. 4.2.

2.1) Nominal ONAN (or KNAN or LNAN) kVA rating of the order item in kilovolt amperes (kVA).2.2. The data in this field should duplicate the primary voltage and connection as they appear on the nameplate. Valid values: Real number from 0. Valid values: kVA to 1 decimal point 4.12.2.99. The data in this field should duplicate the secondary voltage and connection as they appear on the nameplate. nominal voltage. Authorized licensed use limited to: New York University. and standard reference temperature.12 Secondary voltage (A28) Order item nominal rated secondary voltage in volts using standard IEEE nomenclature for nameplate mark- ings. See IEEE Std C57.2. 4.00. 4.2) Quoted per-unit exciting current in percent at nominal ONAN rating in kVA and nominal primary voltage.37-2015 IEEE Standard for the Electronic Reporting of Distribution Transformer Test Data 4. S = Subtractive 4.14 Quoted no-load loss (I5) Quoted no-load losses in watts at nominal ONAN (or KNAN or LNAN) rating in kVA.17 Quoted exciting current (IEX) (F4.13 Polarity (A1) Transformer polarity for single phase only. 4. 14 Copyright © 2015 IEEE. and standard reference temperature. Valid values: Any integer from 0 to 99 999. IEEE Std C57. See IEEE Std C57.2. Restrictions apply.2) Quoted per-unit impedance voltage in percent at nominal ONAN rating in kVA. nominal primary voltage. .00 to 9. 4.15 Quoted load loss (I6) Quoted load losses in watts at nominal ONAN rating in kVA.10 kVA rating (F7. Valid values: Any alphanumeric values of 28 characters or less. nominal primary volt- age.11 Primary voltage (A47) Order item nominal rated primary voltage in volts using standard IEEE nomenclature for nameplate markings. Abbreviations used shall be by mutual agreement with the end user.12. Valid values: Real numbers from 0. 4.2. Downloaded on February 20. All rights reserved. unless space does not permit. Valid values: A = Additive.2.2016 at 15:18:13 UTC from IEEE Xplore.99.00. and standard reference temperature. Valid values: Any alphanumeric values of 47 characters or less.12. Abbreviations used shall be by mutual agreement with the end user.00 to 9.16 Quoted impedance voltage (IZ) (F4. then voltage abbreviations should be used. unless space does not permit. Valid values: Any integer from 0 to 999 999. Three-phase units and phase displacement is not reported. then voltage abbreviations should be used.

2016 at 15:18:13 UTC from IEEE Xplore.00 to 9. and insulating fluid as marked on the nameplate. Valid values: Any integer from 0 to 99 999. and standard refer- ence temperature. lb = pounds 4.21 Tested resistance voltage (IR) (F4.18 Tested no-load loss (I5) Tested no-load losses in watts at nominal ONAN rating in kVA.26 Test data reporting lot (A7) Users choose different ways in which to group a “lot” of test data for reporting purposes. and standard reference temperature. user RELEASE.99. Downloaded on February 20. Valid values: Real numbers from 0.22 Tested exciting current (IEX) (F4. Restrictions apply. tank and fitting assemblies.24 Mass unit of measure (A2) Units of mass as specified by user.2.37-2015 IEEE Standard for the Electronic Reporting of Distribution Transformer Test Data 4. nominal primary voltage. 4. Valid values: Any integer from 0 to 999 999. IEEE Std C57.12.2.00 to 9. Valid values: Any integer value from 0 to 99 999.23 Total mass (I5) Total weight mass in kilograms (or equivalent force in pounds) of the transformer ordered including the core and coil assembly. Valid values: Real numbers from 0.99.00 to 9.2. This field describes the grouping mechanism.2) Tested per-unit exciting current in percent at nominal ONAN rating in kVA and nominal primary voltage. nominal primary voltage.2.2. Valid values: kg = kilograms. 4.19 Tested load loss (I6) Tested load losses in watts at nominal ONAN rating in kVA. .2) Tested per unit impedance voltage in percent at nominal ONAN rating in kVA. and standard reference temperature. 4. 4. by the time 15 Copyright © 2015 IEEE. Valid values: Alphanumeric in yyyy/mm format.20 Tested impedance voltage (IZ) (F4.2) Tested per-unit resistance voltage in percent at nominal ONAN rating in kVA. 4. The grouping mechanism should be by user ORDER. Valid values: Real numbers from 0. nominal voltage.2. nominal voltage.2.99. All rights reserved.25 Date of manufacture (A7) Year and month in which the transformer was made.2. 4. Authorized licensed use limited to: New York University.2. and standard reference temperature. 4.

per watt.00 to 99. of the province.3. Valid values: Any alphanumeric combination of 10 characters or less. or code.3. For time-based groupings. 4. This will be sup- plied at the time of quote by the user.2) The normalized load loss evaluation factor. in currency as specified by the user. 4.1 User release number (A12) The transformer purchaser’s release number. and the quarter is designated in the Q1. losses are assumed to be guaranteed average. If the producing facility is located in the U. Valid values: Any alphanumeric combination of 12 characters or less. provide the name. 4.2) The normalized no-load loss evaluation factor.3.. NG = not guaranteed.3. mm is the month.37-2015 IEEE Standard for the Electronic Reporting of Distribution Transformer Test Data period in which the units were shipped (month. Downloaded on February 20. periods should be stated as either yyyy/mm or yyyy/qx where yyyy is the year designation. year).99. IEEE Std C57. state.3. Authorized licensed use limited to: New York University. Q2. Valid values: Any integer from 0 to 99.4 No-load loss evaluation factor (F5.3 Quoted loss guarantee type (A2) For standard reporting purposes.S. This field is to qualify losses guaranteed in some other way. quarter. All rights reserved. Valid values: Real numbers from 00..2 Producer plant location (A10) The location of the producer’s facility in which the product was made.13.12.3.S.1 through 4. in currency as specified by the user. This will be supplied at the time of quote by the user. or country.2016 at 15:18:13 UTC from IEEE Xplore. provide the two-character state abbreviation followed by the producer’s plant name/identifier. 16 Copyright © 2015 IEEE. 4.5 Load loss evaluation factor (F5.3 Extended data set The extended data set consists of all the data element fields in the standard set plus the data element fields in 4. . test data reported for a given month or quarter might not exactly agree with the calendar month or quarter. Note that due to the financial operating calendars of producers. Restrictions apply. If outside the U. Valid values: Any alphanumeric characters of 7 or less. 4. Q3.00 to 99.3. Q4 format. or by some other agreed upon grouping mech- anism. per watt.3.99. Valid values: Real numbers from 00. 4. GM = guaranteed maximum. Valid values: GA = guaranteed average.6 Frequency (I2) The nominal operating frequency of the transformer. 4.

Restrictions apply. KNAN/KNAF.14 DOE Compliant (A1) The data values for the field would be: Y = Yes N = Not applicable A = Yes by AEDM T = Yes by Test If this data field is “A” or “T.8 Average winding temperature rise (A5) The rated average winding temperature rise of the transformer in degrees Celsius.12.3. 55/65. 4. Authorized licensed use limited to: New York University. Valid values: ONAN.9 Type of insulating liquid (A8) The type of insulating liquid in the transformer.00 standard conventions such as ONAN.3. Downloaded on February 20.16 shall be completed. LFHC (less flammable hydrocarbons). LNAN/LNAF 4.7 Cooling class (A9) The cooling class of the transformer stated per IEEE Std C57. 4.3. Valid values: 55.3.15 and 4. 65. 17 Copyright © 2015 IEEE.3.13 Free-format text field (A148) This space should be used for any free-format text information as mutually agreed upon by the user and producer. Valid values: Any integer from 0 to 99. 4. Valid values: Any alphanumeric characters. silicone.3.3.2016 at 15:18:13 UTC from IEEE Xplore. 4.3. All rights reserved. Valid values: Any integer from 0 to 99.” the data fields given in 4.11 Load loss reference temperature (I2) Any non-standard reference temperature used for quoting and reporting load losses in degrees Celsius. other as agreed upon by the user and producer. IEEE Std C57.37-2015 IEEE Standard for the Electronic Reporting of Distribution Transformer Test Data 4.12. NONE for Dry Type TRs.3.10 No-load loss reference temperature (I2) Any non-standard reference temperature used for quoting and reporting no-load losses in degrees Celsius. 4.12 Reserved space (Unspecified 34) This field should be used for any additional data mutually agreed upon by the user and producer. 4. Valid values: Any alphanumeric or integer characters as designated. ONAN/ONAF. ONAN/ONAF. . Valid values: Oil. other as agreed upon by the user and producer.3.

3. Per-unit reactance of a transformer can be calculated from the per-unit resistance and per-unit impedance as shown in IEEE Std C57.4. Downloaded on February 20.2 Per-unit reactance.2016 at 15:18:13 UTC from IEEE Xplore. Note that load losses are comprised of the sum of I2R losses and stray losses.4 Efficiency Efficiency can be calculated based on the transformer kVA and its losses as shown in IEEE Std C57. 4.37-2015 IEEE Standard for the Electronic Reporting of Distribution Transformer Test Data 4. 18 Copyright © 2015 IEEE. as outlined in 10CFR431.4. Included are the items found in 4. 4. 4. Not accounting for the fact that the stray loss component of load losses does not vary as the square of the load is the major weakness in this efficiency approximation.1 Total losses Total losses would be reported as the sum of the no-load and load losses despite the small discrepancy intro- duced due to the differences in reference temperatures. and impedance along with the chosen load power factor as shown in IEEE Std C57. All rights reserved.90. 4.3.4.4 Calculated data There are a number of data fields that are not included in either the standard data set or the extended data set be- cause they can easily be calculated from the data provided.15 DOE Minimum Efficiency (F5. Approximate efficiency at various loads can be calculated by remembering that the load losses vary roughly as the square of the per-unit load.4.12. 4. reactance. . Restrictions apply.12. 4.2) This value is listed in the Code of Federal Regulations.4.90. Title 10 Part 431 (10CFR431).1 through 4.12. This efficiency may be deter- mined by an Alternative Efficiency Determination Method (AEDM) model or test. IEEE Std C57.12.2) This value is the represented efficiency for the transformer model being reported. Authorized licensed use limited to: New York University.4.4.3 Regulation Regulation can be calculated based on per unit resistance.16 DOE Represented Efficiency (F5.90.

4 Consolidated record If the user’s computer system has no limitations that preclude receipt of a single record longer than 256 charac- ters. Alphanumeric fields are defined as left-justified with unused elements left blank. The extended data set record consists of two lines. The flat file format defined here is kept as simple as possible. it is equally useful whether the user’s computer is a mainframe or a personal computer. The data in the record will be made up of the standard data set fields followed by the additional fields. Header data applies to all transformers in the report or to a group of transformers. 5. All rights reserved. the cost would have been a loss of simplicity. the user will receive a single flat file record 510 characters in length. field length.2.37-2015 IEEE Standard for the Electronic Reporting of Distribution Transformer Test Data 5.2 Flat file format 5. and each data element field contains a predetermined number of characters. when included with the standard data set. immediately followed on a separate line by the data elements shown in Table 2.2 Standard data set transformer record The record layout for the standard data set is given in Table 1. In Numeric and Integer fields. The standard data set transformer record consists of one line. Authorized licensed use limited to: New York University. comprise the extended data set. field name. The flat file format is the simplest and will be used unless the user specifies otherwise. When the extended data set record is requested. 5. the two lines will constitute an extended data set transformer record.1 General The flat file format was chosen over other file formats because it can be easily defined and easily understood. which together comprise the extended data set in a single. the data elements of the standard data set listed in Table 1 will be shown on one line. Test data file format 5.2. The benefit is that each record in the file completely defines the test data for each transformer on which test data is being reported. Flat files are also referred to as fixed length files in which each line or record (file) consists of a specific number of characters. The field sequence number. The field sequence number. one-line record. unused element positions are left blank. field length. the user should choose to specify a consolidated flat file record. field name. 5. The file definition is ASCII format with each record (line) representing an individual transformer in the case of the standard data set. and together. They will be referred to as the flat file format and the comma-delimited variable format. For Alphanumeric fields. No attempt is made to separate header data from line-item data. IEEE Std C57. Therefore.1 General This standard defines two file formats the user should request. When the consolidated record is specified. Table continues 19 Copyright © 2015 IEEE. Further. Each record will provide data on a single item (transformer). The benefit of excluding header data would have been to eliminate the repetition of data in the file. Integer and Fixed decimal fields are right-justified with the balance of the field filled with zeroes. Item data applies to only one transformer in the report. and from-to columns is given for each data element field in the record. the unused ele- ments will be filled with zero (0) so that data field position is maintained in a consistent fashion in each record. The record layout is given below for both the standard data set transformer record and the extended data set transformer record.2. Downloaded on February 20.2.2016 at 15:18:13 UTC from IEEE Xplore. Each data element field is located in a predefined position in the string of data element fields. 5. Test data element fields could have been defined as either header data or item detail data. .3 Extended data set transformer record The record layout is given Table 2 for the additional data elements that. and from-to column is given for each data element field in the record. header data is included in each transformer record.12. Restrictions apply.

12. Downloaded on February 20. IEEE Std C57. All rights reserved.37-2015 IEEE Standard for the Electronic Reporting of Distribution Transformer Test Data Table 1—Standard data set Field Data element field name Data type Field length Columns 1 User name A 23 1–23 2 User order number A 25 24–48 3 User stock number A 14 49–62 4 Producer identification A 2 63–64 5 Producer order number A 14 65–78 6 Producer catalog number A 15 79–93 7 Producer serial number A 13 94–106 8 Product type A 2 107–108 9 Number of phases I 1 109 10 kVA F 7 110–116 11 Primary voltage A 47 117–163 12 Secondary voltage A 28 164–191 13 Polarity A 1 192 14 Quoted no-load loss I 5 193–197 15 Quoted load loss I 6 198–203 16 Quoted IZ F 4 204–207 17 Quoted IEX F 4 208–211 18 Tested no-load loss I 5 212–216 19 Tested load loss I 6 217–222 20 Tested IZ F 4 223–226 21 Tested IR F 4 227–230 22 Tested IEX F 4 231–234 23 Total mass I 5 235–239 24 Mass unit of measure A 2 240–241 25 Date of manufacture A 7 242–248 26 Test data reporting lot A 7 249–255 20 Copyright © 2015 IEEE. Restrictions apply. Authorized licensed use limited to: New York University. .2016 at 15:18:13 UTC from IEEE Xplore.

3.1 General The comma-delimited file format is one in which the fields of data are provided in a known sequential order with commas delimiting (separating) successive fields. 6.3 Comma-delimited variable format 5. Authorized licensed use limited to: New York University. they will receive the standard set of test data described in 5. The user can choose the most convenient method of file transfer. IEEE Std C57. The transfer method can be as simple as mailing the file or as sophisticated as telecommunicating the file. Test data file transfer 6. The data set length can vary from the length specified in the table. The point in the order cycle at which this information is to be communicated shall be negotiated between the user and the producer.2. but must conform to those data types outlined in the Table 1 and Table 2. . Downloaded on February 20. All rights reserved.37-2015 IEEE Standard for the Electronic Reporting of Distribution Transformer Test Data Table 2—Additional data Field Data element field name Data type Field length Columns 1 User release number A 12 1–12 2 Producer plant location A 10 13–22 3 Quoted loss guarantee type A 2 23–24 4 No-load loss evaluation factor F 5 25–29 5 Load loss evaluation factor F 5 30–34 6 Frequency I 2 35–36 7 Cooling class A 9 37–45 8 Average winding temperature rise A 5 46–50 9 Type of insulating fluid A 8 51–58 10 No-load loss reference temperature I 2 59–60 11 Load loss reference temperature I 2 61–62 12 Reserved space (blank) 34 63–96 13 Free format text field A 148 97–244 14 Doe Compliant A 1 245 15 DOE Minimum Efficiency F 5 246–250 16 DOE Represented Efficiency F 5 251–255 5. but must con- form to those data types outlined in Table 1. only the single line record is offered.2. which together comprise the extended data set described above in a sin- gle comma-delimited file with all data items for each transformer record on a single line. they will receive both the standard data set fields and the additional fields. Restrictions apply.12. The data set length may vary from that specified in the tables. When the extended data set is specified. 5. the test data report file can be created. 21 Copyright © 2015 IEEE.2 Standard data set When the user specifies the standard data set and a comma-delimited file.2016 at 15:18:13 UTC from IEEE Xplore.3.3 Extended data set When the user specifies the extended data set and a comma-delimited file.3. 5. It is a standard option offered in this standard.1 General Once the test data requirements and the test data report file are defined.

34 500 GrdY/19 920 Volts and Below. Low Voltage. Low Voltage. 480/240 V and Below. [B2] IEEE Std C57.12. 600 V and Below. [B6] IEEE Std C57. 22 Copyright © 2015 IEEE. 7970/13 800 Y V and Below.12. High Voltage.12.5 kV Nominal System Voltage and Below. IEEE Standard for Requirements for Pad-Mounted. Single-Phase Distribu- tion Transformers 250 kVA and Smaller: High Voltage. 15 kV Nominal System Voltage and Below. IEEE Standard Terminology for Power and Distribution Transformers. 34. 34 500 GrdY/19 920 and Below. Subway and Vault Types (Liquid Immersed). [B1] IEEE Std C57. [B5] IEEE Std C57. Reference to these resources is made for informational use only. Low Voltage.2016 at 15:18:13 UTC from IEEE Xplore. IEEE Standard for Overhead-Type Distribution Transformers 500 kVA and Smaller: High Voltage. Low Voltage. All rights reserved. [B6] IEEE Std C57. [B3] IEEE Std C57. Downloaded on February 20. Three-Phase Distribution Transformers. . Self-Cooled.12.80™. Low Voltage. 3750 kVA and Smaller: High Voltage.20™. 34 500 Vs and Below. 34 500 GrdY/19 920 V and Below.24™. IEEE Standard for Network. IEEE Standard for Pad-Mounted-Type. Compartmental-Type.38™. 5 MVA and Smaller. IEEE Standard Requirements for Liquid-Immersed Distribution Substation Transformers. IEEE Std C57. Self-Cooled. [B4] IEEE Std C57.37-2015 IEEE Standard for the Electronic Reporting of Distribution Transformer Test Data Annex A (informative) Bibliography Bibliographical references are resources that provide additional or helpful material but do not need to be un- derstood or used to implement this standard. High Voltage.12. 600 Volts and Below. Authorized licensed use limited to: New York University.40™. Three-Phase Transformers.12. IEEE Standard for Submersible Three-Phase Transformers.12.36™. 2500 kVA and Small- er.34™.12. Restrictions apply.

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