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DNP V3.

0-M3311
Communication Data Base for M-3311 Integrated Protection System
Device I.D. = 112

Specifications presented herein are thought to be accurate at the time of publication but are subject to
change without notice.

NO WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND ARE IMPLIED ON THE


INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT.

Rev 1 Preliminary release 04/08/02

Rev 1.1 Setpoints224 to 234 are added in Analog output with status (object 40,var 02).
Setpoints 243-248 are added in Analog Inputs (obj 30,Var 02).
Setpoint 24 in Analog output with status (obj 40,var 02) is removed.

Rev 1.2 added setpoint78 in analog inputs (object 30,var 02) W2 Zero seq. current.
Added Setpoints928 to 1071 in Binary Output Status Points.
Removed the setpoints205 206 207 in object 30,variation 02 Analog inputs.
Rev 1.3 added new setpoints1099 to 1146 in binary output status.
Made read only points 179 & 180 in object40, variation 02.
Rev 1.4 Setpoints46 48 51 53 56 &58 in object 40, variation 02 are not used.

Rev 1.5 Points 179 & 180 are not used in obj40, variation 02.
Point 235 added.
Points 250 & 251 are added in object 30, variation 02
Points 1094-1097 are not used in object 10, variation 02.
Setpoints109-124 rearranged in object30, variation 02.
Added new read functions for points 16 & 20 in object 40,variation 02.
Rev 1.6 Range check added for the setpoints21 103 & 223 in object 41,var 02.
Point 54 communication channel lock status in object 30 is not used.
Point 210 unlock communication lock access code in object 40 is not used.
Rev 1.7 Added new Setpoint 236 in object 40.
Rev 1.8 Added new Setpoints 252-260 in object 30.
"SCALE FACTOR" is the factor by which an integer value read from the control is divided to get the value
of the variable in the indicated "UNITS".

Points marked with a (U) appended to the scale factor field should be taken as unsigned value (0-65535)
before scaling.

"UNITS" unit of the described data point.

All points defined as “NOT USED” can be read and will return 0 for data.

The communication database profile in the M3311 with the DNPV3.0 protocol is grouped into five object
types. These are

Single bit binary inputs (status) (object 01,variation 01,02): They are considered as class0 data.

16bit Analog Output Block /Status (object 40,variation 01,variation 02/object 41,variation 01,variation 2)
With these points, you can read and write all the set points & system setup.

Binary outputs &Control relay output block(Direct control) (object 10, variation 02/object 12, variation
2): With these points, you can write all the configuration points.

16bit Analog inputs (object 30, variation 01,02,03,04): These points represent all the demand metering,
target information &control information of the relay.

16Bit Binary counters (object 20,variation 02,variation 06): These points represent all the counters.
You can reset the counters using freeze & clear function code.

Date & time (read and write time using object 50, variation 01): Represents the system time & date.

Static (Class 0) data (Obejct60, variation01) These points represent all the binary inputs, control
information, demand metering, target information and counters.

DNP Configuration Parameters:


M3311 relays support DNP through the Rear RS232 (COM2) & RS485 (COM3) communication ports.
These port support baud rates 1200,2400,4800,9600 and the default baud rate is set to 9600.

M3311 Slave address:


DNP3 Slave IED Address range is from 0 to 65519.Address 65535(hex FFFF) is used to broadcast
messages to all devices .The communication address can be set through the HMI (Front panel).
1 DNP V3.00 DEVICE PROFILE
DNP V3.0

DEVICE PROFILE DOCUMENT

Vendor Name: Beckwith Electric Co Inc


Device Name: Transformer(3 Winding) Protection system
Highest DNP Level Supported: Device Function:

For Requests: Level 2 Master


For Responses: Level 2 Slave
Notable objects, functions, and/or qualifiers supported in addition to the Highest DNP Levels Supported (the complete
list is described in the attached table):

The read function code for Object 50 (Time and Date), variation 1, is supported.

Maximum Data Link Frame Size (octets): Maximum Application Fragment Size (octets):

Transmitted: 292 Transmitted: 1536


Received 292 Received: 1536
Maximum Data Link Re-tries: Maximum Application Layer Re-tries:

None None
Fixed at _2___ Configurable
Configurable from 0 to 255
Requires Data Link Layer Confirmation:
Never
Always
Sometimes
Configurable as: Never, Only for multiframe messages
Requires Application Layer Confirmation:
Never
Always
When reporting Event Data
When sending multi-fragment responses
Sometimes
Configurable
Timeouts while waiting for:

Data Link Confirm: None Fixed at 3S___ Variable Configurable


Complete Appl. Fragment: None Fixed at ____ Variable Configurable
Application Confirm: None Fixed at _5S___ Variable Configurable,
Complete Appl. Response: None Fixed at ____ Variable Configurable
Others :
DNP V3.0

DEVICE PROFILE DOCUMENT

Sends/Executes Control Operations:

WRITE Binary Outputs Never Always Sometimes Configurable


SELECT/OPERATE Never Always Sometimes Configurable
DIRECT OPERATE Never Always Sometimes Configurable
DIRECT OPERATE – NO ACK Never Always Sometimes Configurable

Count > 1 Never Always Sometimes Configurable


Pulse On Never Always Sometimes Configurable
Pulse Off Never Always Sometimes Configurable
Latch On Never Always Sometimes Configurable
Latch Off Never Always Sometimes Configurable

Queue Never Always Sometimes Configurable


Clear Queue Never Always Sometimes Configurable

Reports Binary Input Change Events when no Reports time-tagged Binary Input Change Events when no
specific variation requested: specific variation requested:

Never Never
Only time-tagged Binary Input Change With Time
Only non-time-tagged Binary Input Change With Relative Time
Configurable Configurable (attach explanation)
Sends Unsolicited Responses: Sends Static Data in Unsolicited Responses:

Never Never
Configurable When Device Restarts
Only certain objects When Status Flags Change
Sometimes (attach explanation)
ENABLE/DISABLE UNSOLICITED No other options are permitted.
Function codes supported
Default Counter Object/Variation: Counters Roll Over at:

Static Object 20 , Var 2 No Counters Reported


Running Change Object 22,Var 2 Configurable (attach explanation)
Frozen change Object 23 , Var 2 16 Bits
32 Bits
Other Value: _____
Point-by-point list attached
Sends Multi-Fragment Responses:
Yes
No
DNP V3.0

DEVICE PROFILE DOCUMENT

Sequential File Transfer Support:

Append File Mode Yes No


Custom Status Code Strings Yes No
Permissions Field Yes No
File Events Assigned to Class Yes No
File Events Poll Specifically Yes No
File Events Send Immediately Yes No
Multiple Blocks in a Fragment Yes No
Max Number of Files Open

REQUEST RESPONSE
OBJECT

Object Variation Function Qualifier Codes Function Qualifier Codes


Description
Number Number Codes (dec) (hex) Codes (dec) (hex)
1 1 Binary Input 1 (read) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) 00, 01 (start-stop)
(default – 06 (no range, or all) 17, 28 (index –
see note 1) see note 2)
07, 08 (limited qty)
17, 28 (index)
1 2 Binary Input with Status 1 (read) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) 00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all) 17, 28 (index –
07, 08 (limited qty) see note 2)
17, 28 (index)
10 2 Binary Output Status 1 (read) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) 00, 01 (start-stop)
(default – 06 (no range, or all) 17, 28 (index –
see note 1) see note 2)
07, 08 (limited qty)
17, 28 (index)
12 1 Control Relay Output Block 5 (direct op) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) echo of request
6 (dir. op, noack) 07, 08 (limited qty)
17, 28 (index)
20 2 16-Bit Binary Counter 1 (read) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) 00, 01 (start-stop)
9 (freeze clear) 06 (no range, or all) 17, 28 (index –
07, 08 (limited qty) see note 2)
17, 28 (index)
20 5 32-Bit Binary Counter without Flag

20 6 16-Bit Binary Counter without Flag 1 (read) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) 00, 01 (start-stop)
(default – 9 (freeze clear) 06 (no range, or all) 17, 28 (index –
see note 1) see note 2)
07, 08 (limited qty)
17, 28 (index)
30 1 32-Bit Analog Input 1 (read) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) 00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all) 17, 28 (index –
07, 08 (limited qty) see note 2)
17, 28 (index)
30 2 16-Bit Analog Input 1 (read) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) 00, 01 (start-stop)
(default – 06 (no range, or all) 17, 28 (index –
see note 1) see note 2)
07, 08 (limited qty)
17, 28 (index)

30 3 32-Bit Analog Input without Flag 1 (read) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) 00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all) 17, 28 (index –
07, 08 (limited qty) see note 2)
17, 28 (index)
REQUEST RESPONSE
OBJECT

Object Variation Function Qualifier Codes Function Qualifier Codes


Description
Number Number Codes (dec) (hex) Codes (dec) (hex)
30 4 16-Bit Analog Input without Flag 1 (read) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) 00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all) 17, 28 (index –
07, 08 (limited qty) see note 2)
17, 28 (index)
40 1 32-Bit Analog Output Status 1 (read) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) 00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all) 17, 28 (index –
07, 08 (limited qty) see note 2)
17, 28 (index)
40 2 16-Bit Analog Output Status 1 (read) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) 00, 01 (start-stop)
(default – 06 (no range, or all) 17, 28 (index –
see note 1) see note 2)
07, 08 (limited qty)
17, 28 (index)
41 1 32-Bit Analog Output Block 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) echo of request
5 (direct op) 07, 08 (limited qty)
6 (dir. op, noack) 17, 28 (index)
41 2 16-Bit Analog Output Block 5 (direct op) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) echo of request
6 (dir. op, noack) 07, 08 (limited qty)
17, 28 (index)
50 0 Time and Date 129 (response) 00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index –
see note 2)

50 1 Time and Date 1 (read) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) 00, 01 (start-stop)
(default – 06 (no range, or all) 17, 28 (index –
see note 1) see note 2)
07 (limited qty=1)
08 (limited qty)
17, 28 (index)
2 (write) 00, 01 (start-stop)
07 (limited qty=1)
08 (limited qty)
17, 28 (index)
52 2 Time Delay Fine 129 (response) 07 (limited qty)
(qty = 1)
60 0 Class 0, 1, 2, and 3 Data
60 1 Class 0 Data 1 (read) 06 (no range, or all)

60 2 Class 1 Data

60 3 Class 2 Data

60 4 Class 3 Data

70 1 File Identifier
70 3 File Command
70 4 File Command Status )

70 5 File Transfer ) )

70 6 File Transfer Status


70 7 File Descriptor
80 0 Internal Indications(Variation 0 is used
to request default variation)
80 1 Internal Indications 1 (read) 00, 01 (start-stop) 129 (response) 00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all) 17, 28 (index –
07, 08 (limited qty) see note 2)
17, 28 (index)
REQUEST RESPONSE
OBJECT

Object Variation Function Qualifier Codes Function Qualifier Codes


Description
Number Number Codes (dec) (hex) Codes (dec) (hex)
2 (write) 00 (start-stop)
(see note 4) 01 (start-stop)
07, 08 (limited qty)
17, 28 (index)
112 string Virtual Terminal Output Block
length
113 string Virtual Terminal Event Data
length
No Object (function code only) –See Note 3 13 (cold restart)
No Object (function code only) 14 (warm restart)
No Object (function code only) 23 (delay meas.)

Note 1: A Default variation refers to the variation responded when variation 0 is requested and/or in class
0, 1, 2, or 3 scans.
Note 2: For static (non-change-event) objects, qualifiers 17 or 28 are only responded when a request is sent
with qualifiers 17 or 28, respectively. Otherwise, static object requests sent with qualifiers 00, 01, 06, 07,
or 08, will be responded with qualifiers 00 or 01. (For change-event objects, qualifiers 17 or 28 are always
responded except for object 70 which responds with qualifier 1b or 5b.)
Note 3: For a Cold, restart is implemented as a warm restart – the executable is not restarted, but the DNP
process is restarted.

Note 4: Writes of Internal Indications are only supported for index 7 (Restart IIN1-7), and indices 16 and
beyond (user-defined indications).

DNP V3.0 POINT LIST


Binary Input Points
Static (Steady-State) Object Number: 1
Request Function Codes supported: 1 (read)
Static Variation reported when variation 0 requested: 1 (Binary input without status)

Point index Name/Description Object/Variation Static class


0 Input status bit 0 input 1/2 0
1(52b)
1 Input status bit 1 1/2 0
2 Input status bit 2 1/2 0
3 Input status bit 3 1/2 0
4 Input status bit 4 1/2 0
5 Input status bit 5 1/2 0
6 Input status bit 6 NA 1/2 0
7 Input status bit 7 NA 1/2 0
8 Output status bit 0 out1 1/2 0
9 Output status bit 1 out2 1/2 0
10 Output status bit 2 out3 1/2 0
11 Output status bit 3 out4 1/2 0
12 Output status bit 4 out5 1/2 0
13 Output status bit 5 out6 1/2 0
14 Output status bit 6 out7 1/2 0
15 Output status bit 7 out8 1/2 0

Front panel LED status


16 Time sync 1/2 0
17 Breaker closed 1/2 0
18 Osc triggered 1/2 0
19 Target 1/2 0

Input status active state


Bit0 = 0 IN1 active closed
Bit0 = 1 IN1 active open
Bit1-bit5 same as above for
IN2-IN6 .
Bit6-Bit15 not used (0)

20 IRIG-B time sync status 1/2 0


0 –Invalid 1-Valid

Binary Output Status Points


Object Number: 10
Request Function Codes supported: 1 (read)
Default Variation reported when variation 0 requested: 2 (Binary Output Status)
Control Relay Output Blocks
Object Number: 12
Request Function Code supported: 5(Direct operate)

Point index Name/Description Obj/Var Obj/Var


(Read) (Write)
24DT #1Volts per hertz outputs
At least one OUT must be
Selected to enable function.
Bit 0 Out 1
Bit 1 Out 2
Bit 2 Out 3
Bit 3 Out 4
Bit 4 Out 5
Bit 5 Out 6
Bit 6 Out 7
Bit 7 Out 8

0 Out1 10/2 12/1


1 Out2 10/2 12/1
2 Out3 10/2 12/1
3 Out4 10/2 12/1
4 Out5 10/2 12/1
5 Out6 10/2 12/1
6 Out7 10/2 12/1
7 Out8 10/2 12/1
24DT #1Volts per hertz Block
Writing 0 disables function
8 In1 10/2 12/1
9 In2 10/2 12/1
10 In3 10/2 12/1
11 In4 10/2 12/1
12 In5 10/2 12/1
13 In6 10/2 12/1
14 Not used
15 Function enable 10/2 12/1

16-31 24DT # 2 volts per hertz (See 0-15) 10/2 12/1


30 Not used
32-47 24IT Volts per hertz(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
46 Not used
48-63 27 Phase undervoltage(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
62 Not used
64-79 46 DTW2 Negative sequence current(See 10/2 12/1
0-15)
78 Not used
80-95 46 ITW2 Negative sequence current 10/2 12/1
See 0-15
96-111 46 DTW3 Negative sequence current(See 10/2 12/1
0-15)
110 Not used
112-127 46 ITW3 Negative sequence current(See 10/2 12/1
0-15)
126 Not used
128-143 49(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
142 Not used
144-159 50W1 # 1 Inst Phase overcurrent(See 0- 10/2 12/1
15)
158 Not used
160-175 50W1 # 2 Inst Phase overcurrent(See 0- 10/2 12/1
15)
174 Not used
176-191 50W2 # 1 Inst phase overcurrent(See 0- 10/2 12/1
15)
190 Not used
192-207 50W2 # 2 Inst phase overcurrent(See 0- 10/2 12/1
15)
206 Not used
208-223 50W3 # 1 Inst phase overcurrent(See 0- 10/2 12/1
15)
222 Not used
224-239 50W3 # 2 Inst phase overcurrent(See 0- 10/2 12/1
15)
238 Not used
240-255 50GW2 #1 Inst overcurrent(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
254 Not used
256-271 50GW2 #2 Inst overcurrent(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
270 Not used
272-287 50GW3 #1 Inst overcurrent(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
286 Not used
288-303 50GW3 #2 Inst overcurrent(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
302 Not used
304-319 50BFW1 Breaker Failure (See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
318 Not used
320-327 50BFW1 Output initiation(See 0-7) 10/2 12/1
326
328-335 50BF W1 input initiation(See 8-15) 10/2 12/1
334 Not used
336-351 50BFW2 Breaker Failure(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
350 Not used
352-359 50BFW2 Output initiation 10/2 12/1
See 0-7
360-367 50BF W2 input initiation(See 8-15) 10/2 12/1
366 Not used
368-383 50BFW3 Breaker Failure(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
382 Not used
384-391 50BFW3 Output initiation 10/2 12/1
See 0-7
392-399 50BF W3 input initiation(See 8-15) 10/2 12/1
398 Not used
400-415 51W1 Inverse time overcurrent(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
414 Not used
416-431 51W2 inverse time overcurrent(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
430 Not used
432-447 51W3 inverse time overcurrent(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
446 Not used
448-463 51NW1 Inverse residual time 10/2 12/1
overcurrent(See 0-15)
462 Not used
464-479 51NW2 Inverse residual time overcurrent 10/2 12/1
(See 0-15)
478 Not used
480-495 51NW3 Inverse residual timeOvercurrent 10/2 12/1
(See 0-15)
494 Not used
496-511 51G W2 Invrese ground time overcurrent 10/2 12/1
(See 0-15)
510 Not used
512-527 51G W3 Invrese ground time overcurrent 10/2 12/1
(See 0-15)
526 Not used
528-543 59G #1 Neutral Overvoltage(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
542 Not used
544-559 59G #2 Neutral Overvoltage(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
558 Not used
560-575 81U #1 Underfrequency(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
574 Not used
576-591 81U #2 Underfrequency(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
590 Not used
592-607 81U #3 Underfrequency(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
606 Not used
608-623 81U #4 Underfrequency(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
622 Not used
624-639 87H High set phase differential(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
638 Not used
640-655 87T Phase differential(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
654 Not used
656-671 87GD W2 Ground differential(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
670 Not used
672-687 87GD W3 Ground differential(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
686 Not used
688-703 EXT #1 External(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
702 Not used
704-711 EXT #1 Gate config(See 0-7) 10/2 12/1
Bit 0 Output initiate gate
Bit 1 Picked up functions initiate gate
Bit 2 Input initiate gate
Bit 3 Blocking inputs gate
Bit 4 Inputs main gate
Bit 5-15 Not used (0)

0 – gate configured for “OR”


gate configured for “AND”

712-719 EXT#1 Output initiate 10/2 12/1


See 0-7
720-727 EXT#1 Input initiate 10/2 12/1
See 8-15
728-743 EXT #2 External(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
742 Not used

744-751 EXT #2 Gate config (See 0-7) 10/2 12/1


Bit 0 Output initiate gate
Bit 1 Picked up functions initiate gate
Bit 2 Input initiate gate
Bit 3 Blocking inputs gate
Bit 4 Inputs main gate
Bit 5-15 Not used (0)

0 – gate configured for “OR”


gate configured for “AND”

752-759 EXT #2 Output initiate 10/2 12/1


See 0-7
760-767 EXT#2 input initiate(See 8-15) 10/2 12/1
768-783 EXT # 3 External(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
782 Not used
784-791 EXT #3 Gate config (See 0-7) 10/2 12/1
Bit 0 Output initiate gate
Bit 1 Picked up functions initiate gate
Bit 2 Input initiate gate
Bit 3 Blocking inputs gate
Bit 4 Inputs main gate
Bit 5-15 Not used (0)

0 – gate configured for “OR”


gate configured for “AND”

792-799 EXT#3 Output initiate 10/2 12/1


See 0-7
800-807 EXT#3 input initiate(See 8-15) 10/2 12/1
808-823 EXT # 4 External(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
822 Not used
824-831 EXT #4 Gate config (See 0-7) 10/2 12/1
Bit 0 Output initiate gate
Bit 1 Picked up functions initiate gate
Bit 2 Input initiate gate
Bit 3 Blocking inputs gate
Bit 4 Inputs main gate
Bit 5-15 Not used (0)

0 – gate configured for “OR”


gate configured for “AND”

832-839 EXT#4 output initiate 10/2 12/1


See 0-7
840-847 EXT#4 input initiate(See 8-15) 10/2 12/1
848-863 EXT # 5 External 10/2 12/1
862 See 0-15
864-871 EXT #5 Gate config (See 0-7) 10/2 12/1
Bit 0 Output initiate gate
Bit 1 Picked up functions initiate gate
Bit 2 Input initiate gate
Bit 3 Blocking inputs gate
Bit 4 Inputs main gate
Bit 5-15 Not used (0)

0 – gate configured for “OR”


gate configured for “AND”

872-879 EXT#5 Output initiate 10/2 12/1


See 0-7
880-887 EXT#5 input initiate(See 8-15) 10/2 12/1
888-903 EXT # 6 External (See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
902 Not used
904-911 EXT #6 Gate config (See 0-7) 10/2 12/1
Bit 0 Output initiate gate
Bit 1 Picked up functions initiate gate
Bit 2 Input initiate gate
Bit 3 Blocking inputs gate
Bit 4 Inputs main gate
Bit 5-15 Not used (0)

0 – gate configured for “OR”


gate configured for “AND”

912-919 EXT#6 output initiate 10/2 12/1


See 0-7
920-927 EXT#6 input initiate(See 8-15) 10/2 12/1
928-943 50NW1 #1 Inst. Neutral overcurrent(See 10/2 12/1
0-15)
942 Not used
944-959 50NW1 #2 Inst. Neutral overcurrent(See 10/2 12/1
0-15)
958 Not used
960-975 50NW2 #1 Inst. Neutral overcurrent(See 10/2 12/1
0-15)
974 Not used
976-991 50NW2 #2 Inst. Neutral overcurrent(See 10/2 12/1
0-15)
990 Not used
992-1007 50NW3 #1 Inst. Neutral overcurrent(See 10/2 12/1
0-15)
1006 Not used
1008-1023 50NW3 #2 Inst. Neutral overcurrent(See 10/2 12/1
0-15)
1022 Not used
1024-1039 BRKRW1 Breaker monitoring(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
1038 Not used
1040-1055 BRKRW2 Breaker monitoring(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
1054 Not used
1056-1071 BRKRW3 Breaker monitoring(See 0-15) 10/2 12/1
1070 Not used
1072-1077 Input status active state 10/2 12/1
Bit0 = 0 IN1 active closed
Bit0 = 1 IN1 active open
Bit1-bit5 same as above for IN2-IN6 .
Bit6-Bit15 not used (0)

1078-1085 Oscillograph recorder 10/2 12/1


Trigger inputs **
1086-1093 Trigger outputs 10/2 12/1
1094 Not used 10/2 12/1
1095 Not used
1096 Not used
1097 Not used
Recorder status 10/2 12/1
1098 If read
0 = no records available
1=at least 1 record available (follows
OSC REC led)
If write
1 = remotely trigger recorder
2= Clear all records
1099-1106 BRKRW1 Output initiate 10/2 12/1
1107-1112 BRKRW1 Input initiate 10/2 12/1
1113-1114 Not used
1115-1122 BRKRW2 Output initiate 10/2 12/1
1123-1128 BRKRW2 Input initiate 10/2 12/1
1129-1130 Not used
1131-1138 BRKRW3 Output initiate 10/2 12/1
1139-1144 BRKRW3 Input initiate 10/2 12/1
1145-1146 Not used
Analog Inputs
Static (Steady-State) Object Number: 30
Request Function Codes supported: 1 (read)
Static Variation reported when variation 0 requested: 2 (16-Bit Analog Input)

Point Index Description Static Class Object/V Units Scale factor


ar
0 Control identification 0 30/02 1
1 Control serial number 0 30/02 1U
2 Control communication address 0 30/02 1
3 Software version number(Major & Minor) 0 30/02 100
4 Software version number(Build) 0 30/02 1
5 User control number 0 30/02 1
6 User Line 1 (6-29) 0 30/02
30 User Line 2(30-53) 0 30/02
54 Not used
55 Options software 0 30/02 1
56 Options Hardware 0 30/02 1
57 Dip switch 0 30/02
58 Checksum active profile setpoints 0 30/02 1
59 Checksum calibration 0 30/02 1
60 Checksum ROM 0 30/02 1U
61 Checksum profile1 0 30/02 1U
62 Checksum profile2 0 30/02 1U
63 Checksum profile3 0 30/02 1U
64 Checksum profile4 0 30/02 1U
65 Voltage 0 30/02 VOLTS 10
66 W1 Phase A current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
67 W1 Phase B current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
68 W1 Phase C current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
69 W1 Positive Seq current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
70 W1 negative seq current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
71 W1 Zero seq current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
72 W2 Phase A current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
73 W2 Phase B current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
74 W2 Phase C current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
75 W2 Phase G current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
76 W2 Positive seq current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
77 W2 negative seq current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
78 W2 Zero seq current
79 W3 Phase A current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
80 W3 Phase B Current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
81 W3 Phase C Current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
82 W3 Phase G current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
83 W3 Positive seq current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
84 W3 negative seq current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
85 W3 Zero Seq current 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
86 Phase A differential current 0 30/02 PU 1000
87 Phase B differential current 0 30/02 PU 1000
88 Phase C differential current 0 30/02 PU 1000
89 W2 Ground differential current 0 30/02 AMPS 100
90 W3 Ground differential current 0 30/02 AMPS 100
91 Frequency 0 30/02 HZ 100
92 Volts per hertz 0 30/02 % 10
93 Phase A restraint current 0 30/02 PU 1000
94 Phase B restraint current 0 30/02 PU 1000
95 Phase C restraint current 0 30/02 PU 1000
96 Phase A 2nd harmonic restraint current 0 30/02 PU 1000
97 Phase B 2nd harmonic restraint current 0 30/02 PU 1000
98 Phase C 2nd harmonic restraint current 0 30/02 PU 1000
99 Phase A 4th harmonic restraint current 0 30/02 PU 1000
100 Phase B 4th harmonic restraint current 0 30/02 PU 1000
101 Phase C 4th harmonic restraint current 0 30/02 PU 1000
102 Phase A 5th harmonic restraint current 0 30/02 PU 1000
103 Phase B 5th harmonic restraint current 0 30/02 PU 1000
104 Phase C 5th harmonic restraint current 0 30/02 PU 1000
105 Voltage Phasor real Vx 0 30/02 1
106 Voltage Phasor imaginary Vx 0 30/02 1
107 Current phasor real IA W1 0 30/02 1
108 Current phasor imaginary IA W1 0 30/02 1
109 Current phasor real IB W1 0 30/02 1
110 Current phasor imaginary IB W1 0 30/02 1
111 Current phasor real IC W1 0 30/02 1
112 Current phasor imaginary IC W1 0 30/02 1
113 Current phasor real IA W2 0 30/02 1
114 Current phasor imaginary IA W2 0 30/02 1
115 Current phasor real IB W2 0 30/02 1
116 Current phasor imaginary IB W2 0 30/02 1
117 Current phasor real IC W2 0 30/02 1
118 Current phasor imaginary IC W2 0 30/02 1
119 Current phasor real IA W3 0 30/02 1
120 Current phasor imaginary IA W3 0 30/02 1
121 Current phasor real IB W3 0 30/02 1
122 Current phasor imaginary IB W3 0 30/02 1
123 Current phasor real IC W3 0 30/02 1
124 Current phasor imaginary IC W3 0 30/02 1
125 Current phasor real IG W2 0 30/02 1
126 Current phasor imaginary IG W2 0 30/02 1
127 Current phasor real IG W3 0 30/02 1
128 Current phasor imaginary IG W3 0 30/02 1
129 W1 Phase A current demand 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
130 W1 Phase B current demand 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
131 W1 Phase C current demand 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
132 W2 Phase A current demand 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
133 W2 Phase B current demand 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
134 W2 Phase C current demand 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
135 W2 Phase G current demand 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
136 W3 Phase A current demand 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
137 W3 Phase B current demand 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
138 W3 Phase C current demand 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
139 W3 Phase G current demand 0 30/02 AMPS 1000
140 Number of partitions (osicllograph) 0 30/02 1
141 Post trigger delay 0 30/02 % 1
142 Recorder status 0 30/02 1
143 Record #1 status (latest) 0 30/02 1
144 Record #2 status 0 30/02 1
145 Record #3 status 0 30/02 1
146 Record #4 status 0 30/02 1
147 Download Record #1 block 0 30/02 1U
148 Download Record #2 block 0 30/02 1U
149 Download Record #3 block 0 30/02 1U
150 Download Record #4 block 0 30/02 1U
151 Function status (pick up)Least significant 0 30/02 1U
word D0
152 Function status (pick up) Next significant 0 30/02 1U
word D1
153 Function status (pick up) Next significant 0 30/02 1U
word D2
154 Function status (pick up) Most significant 0 30/02 1U
word D3
155 Function timer Least significant word D0 0 30/02 1U
156 Function timer Next significant word D1 0 30/02 1U
157 Function timer Next significant word D2 0 30/02 1U
158 Function timer Most significant word D3 0 30/02 1U
159 Last selftest error code 0 30/02 1
160 Last selftest error code –1 0 30/02 1
161 Last selftest error code –2 0 30/02 1
162 Last selftest error code –3 0 30/02 1
163 Last comm error code 0 30/02 1
164 Target LED status 0 30/02 1
165 Receive packet errors 0 30/02 1
166 EEPROM selftest counter 0 30/02 1
167 Target 1- 32 relay status 0 30/02 1U
168 Target 1 – 32 input status 0 30/02 1U
169 Function status (picked up) 0 0 30/02 1U
170 Function status 1 0 30/02 1U
171 Function status 2 0 30/02 1U
172 Function status 3 0 30/02 1U
173 Function timer 0 0 30/02 1U
174 Function timer 1 0 30/02 1U
175 Function timer 2 0 30/02 1U
176 Function timer 3 0 30/02 1U
177 Target 1-32 Active Profile 0 30/02 1U
178 Target 1-32 ,50W1 #1, #2 0 30/02 1U
179 Target 1-32 ,50W2 #1, #2 0 30/02 1U
180 Target 1-32 ,50W3 #1, #2 0 30/02 1U
181 Target 1-32 51 Phase status/timer W1 0 30/02 1U
182 Target 1-32 51 Phase status/timer W2 0 30/02 1U
183 Target 1-32 51 Phase status/timer W3 0 30/02 1U
184 Target 1-32 ,87H and 87T timer 0 30/02 1U
185 Target 1-32 ,87H and 87T status 0 30/02 1U
186 Target 1-32,Phase A W1 current 0 30/02 AMPS 100
187 Target 1-32,Phase B W1 current 0 30/02 AMPS 100
188 Target 1-32,Phase C W1 current 0 30/02 AMPS 100
189 Target 1-32,Phase A W2 current 0 30/02 AMPS 100
190 Target 1-32,Phase B W2 current 0 30/02 AMPS 100
191 Target 1-32,Phase C W2 current 0 30/02 AMPS 100
192 Target 1-32,Phase G W2 current 0 30/02 AMPS 100
193 Target 1-32,Phase A W3 current 0 30/02 AMPS 100
194 Target 1-32,Phase B W3 current 0 30/02 AMPS 100
195 Target 1-32,Phase C W3 current 0 30/02 AMPS 100
196 Target 1-32,Phase G W3 current 0 30/02 AMPS 100
197-202 Target 1-32Target date and time stamp(DNP 0 30/02
format)
203 Not used 0 30/02
204 Not used 0 30/02
205 Not used 0 30/02
206 Not used 0 30/02
207 Not used 0 30/02
208 Precompensated phasor IA W1 real 0 30/02 1U
209 Precompensated phasor IA W1 imag. 0 30/02 1U
210 Precompensated phasor IB W1 real 0 30/02 1U
211 Precompensated phasor IB W1 imag. 0 30/02 1U
212 Precompensated phasor IC W1 real 0 30/02 1U
213 Precompensated phasor IC W1 imag. 0 30/02 1U
214 Precompensated phasor IA W2 real 0 30/02 1U
215 Precompensated phasor IA W2 imag. 0 30/02 1U
216 Precompensated phasor IB W2 real 0 30/02 1U
217 Precompensated phasor IB W2 imag. 0 30/02 1U
218 Precompensated phasor IC W2 real 0 30/02 1U
219 Precompensated phasor IC W2 imag. 0 30/02 1U
220 Precompensated phasor IA W3 real 0 30/02 1U
221 Precompensated phasor IA W3 imag. 0 30/02 1U
222 Precompensated phasor IB W3 real 0 30/02 1U
223 Precompensated phasor IB W3 imag. 0 30/02 1U
224 Precompensated phasor IC W3 real 0 30/02 1U
225 Precompensated phasor IC W3 imag. 0 30/02 1U
226 Postcompensated phasor IA W1 real 0 30/02 1U
227 Postcompensated phasor IA W1 imag. 0 30/02 1U
228 Postcompensated phasor IB W1 real 0 30/02 1U
229 Postcompensated phasor IB W1 imag. 0 30/02 1U
230 Postcompensated phasor IC W1 real 0 30/02 1U
231 Postcompensated phasor IC W1 imag. 0 30/02 1U
232 Postcompensated phasor IA W2 real 0 30/02 1U
233 Postcompensated phasor IA W2 imag. 0 30/02 1U
234 Postcompensated phasor IB W2 real 0 30/02 1U
235 Postcompensated phasor IB W2 imag. 0 30/02 1U
236 Postcompensated phasor IC W2 real 0 30/02 1U
237 Postcompensated phasor IC W2 imag. 0 30/02 1U
238 Postcompensated phasor IA W3 real 0 30/02 1U
239 Postcompensated phasor IA W3 imag. 0 30/02 1U
240 Postcompensated phasor IB W3 real 0 30/02 1U
241 Postcompensated phasor IB W3 imag. 0 30/02 1U
242 Postcompensated phasor IC W3 real 0 30/02 1U
243 Postcompensated phasor IC W3 imag. 0 30/02 1U
244-249 W1 Phase A current Max Time 0 30/02
(DNP format)
drag_time (0)- W1 Phase A current Max
drag_time (1)- W2 Phase A current Max
drag_time (2)- W3 Phase A current Max
drag_time (3)- W1 Phase B current Max
drag_time (4)- W2 Phase B current Max
drag_time (5)- W3 Phase B current Max
drag_time (6)- W1 Phase C current Max
drag_time (7)- W2 Phase C current Max
drag_time (8)- W3 Phase C current Max
drag_time (9)- W2 Phase G current Max
drag_time (10)- W3 Phase G current Max

250 Ct sec rating(Read only) 0-1 30/02 1U


0 = 1Amp
1 = 5Amp
251 Nominal freq(Read only) 0-1 30/02 1U
0 = 50HZ
1 = 60HZ
252 Phase A W1 Breaker monitoring arc current 0-50000000/1 30/01 AMPS 1U
acc.
253 Phase B W1 0-50000000/1 30/01 AMPS 1U
Breaker monitoring arc current acc.
254 Phase C W1 Breaker monitoring arc current 0-50000000/1 30/01 AMPS 1U
acc.
255 Phase A W2 Breaker monitoring arc current 0-50000000/1 30/01 AMPS 1U
acc.
256 Phase B W2 Breaker monitoring arc current 0-50000000/1 30/01 AMPS 1U
acc.
257 Phase C W2 Breaker monitoring arc current 0-50000000/1 30/01 AMPS 1U
acc.
258 Phase A W3 0-50000000/1 30/01 AMPS 1U
Breaker monitoring arc current acc.
259 Phase B W3 Breaker monitoring arc current 0-50000000/1 30/01 AMPS 1U
acc.
260 Phase C W3 Breaker monitoring arc current 0-50000000/1 30/01 AMPS 1U
acc.

Binary Counters
Static (Steady-State) Object Number: 20
Request Function Codes supported: 1 (read), 9 (freeze and clear)

Point index Name/Description Static class Object/Var


0 Processor reset 0 20/02
counter
1 Powerloss counter 0 20/02
2 OUT1 counter 0 20/02
3 OUT2 counter 0 20/02
4 OUT3 counter 0 20/02
5 OUT4 counter 0 20/02
6 OUT5 counter 0 20/02
7 OUT6 counter 0 20/02
8 OUT7 counter 0 20/02
9 OUT8 counter 0 20/02
10 Alarm counter 0 20/02
11 Clear target history 0 20/02
12 Clear oscillograph 0 20/02
recorder
13 Clear target led 0 20/02
14 Pre and Post 0 20/02
compensated phasors
set update trigger
15 Phasor set update 0 20/02
trigger
16 W1 Phase A current 0 20/02
Max
17 W2 Phase A current 0 20/02
Max
18 W3 Phase A current 0 20/02
Max
19 W1 Phase B current 0 20/02
Max
20 W2 Phase B current 0 20/02
Max
21 W3 Phase B current 0 20/02
Max
22 W1 Phase C current 0 20/02
Max
23 W2 Phase C current 0 20/02
Max
24 W3 Phase C current 0 20/02
Max
25 W2 Phase G current 0 20/02
Max
26 W3 Phase G current 0 20/02
Max

16Bit/32 bit Analog output with status(Obj 40, Var 02,Var 01)
Request Function Code supported: 1 (read)
16 Bit/32 bit Analog output block(obj 41, Var 02, Var 01)
Request Function code supported: 5(Selexe)
Point index Name/Description Range Scale Factor Units
0 24DT #1 Pickup 100-200 1 %
1 24DT #1 Delay 30-8160 1 CYCLES
2 24DT #2 Pickup 100-200 1 %
3 24DT #2 Delay 30-8160 1 CYCLES
4 24IT Pickup 100-150 1
5 24IT Curve 1-4 1
6 24IT Time dial if curve=1 10
10-1000 / 10
else if curve=2,3,4
0-90
7 24IT reset rate 1-999 1 SEC
8 27 Undervoltage Pickup 5-140 1 VOLTS
9 27 Inhibit setting 0-1 1
10 27 undervoltage inhibit 5-140 VOLTS
11 27 Delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
12 46DT W2 Pickup if C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
10-2000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
2-400 / 1
13 46DTW2 Delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
14 46 IT W2 Pickup if C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
50-500 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
10-100 / 1
15 46ITW2 Curve Type 1-8 1
16 46IT W2 Time dial if curve = 1->4 100
50– 1100 / 10
if curve = 5->8
5 – 110 / 1
17 46DTW3 Pickup if C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
10-2000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
2-400 / 1
18 46DTW3 Delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
19 46ITW3 Pickup if C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
50-500 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
10-100 / 1
20 46ITW3 Time dial if curve = 1->4 100
50– 1100 / 10
if curve = 5->8
5 – 110 / 1
21 46ITW3 Curve type 1-8 1
22 49 Time dial 10-9999 10 MINS
23 49 Maximum overload current 100-1000 100 AMPS
24 Not used
25 49 Winding select 0-2 1
26 50W1 #1 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
27 50W1 #1 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
28 50W1 #2 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
29 50W1#2 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
30 50W2 #1 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
31 50W2#1 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
32 50W2 #2 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
33 50W2#2 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
34 50W3 #1 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
35 50W3#1 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
36 50W3 #2 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
37 50W3#2 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
38 50GW2#1 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
39 50GW2#1 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
40 50GW2#2 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
41 50GW2#2 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
42 50GW3#1 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
43 50GW3#1 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
44 50GW3#2 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
45 50GW3#2 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
46 Not used
47 50BFW1 Phase pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
48 Not used
49 50BFW1 Residual Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200/1
50 50BFW1 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
51 Not used
52 50BFW2 Phase pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
53 Not used
54 50BFW2 Residual pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200/1
55 50BFW2 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
56 Not used
57 50BFW3 Phase pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
58 Not used
59 50BFW3 Residual pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200/1
60 50BFW3 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
61 51W1 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
50-1200 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
10-240 / 1
62 51W1 Curve type 1-8 1
1 = Definite time
2 = Inverse
3 = Very inverse
4 = Extremely inverse
5 = IEC Inverse
6 = IEC Very Inverse
7 = IEC Extremely inverse
8 = IEC Long time inverse
63 51W1 Time dial if curve = 1->4 100
50– 1100 / 10
if curve = 5->8
5 – 110 / 1
64 51W2 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
50-1200 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
10-240 / 1
65 51W2 Curve type 1-8 1
1 = Definite time
2 = Inverse
3 = Very inverse
4 = Extremely inverse
5 = IEC Inverse
6 = IEC Very Inverse
7 = IEC Extremely inverse
8 = IEC Long time inverse
66 51W2 Time dial if curve = 1->4 100
50– 1100 / 10
if curve = 5->8
5 – 110 / 1
67 51W3 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
50-1200 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
10-240 / 1
68 51W3 Curve type 1-8 1
1 = Definite time
2 = Inverse
3 = Very inverse
4 = Extremely inverse
5 = IEC Inverse
6 = IEC Very Inverse
7 = IEC Extremely inverse
8 = IEC Long time inverse
69 51W3 Time dial if curve = 1->4 100
50– 1100 / 10
if curve = 5->8
5 – 110 / 1
70 51NW1 Pickup if C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
50-600 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
10-120 / 1
71 51NW1 Curve type 1-8 1
1 = Definite time
2 = Inverse
3 = Very inverse
4 = Extremely inverse
5 = IEC Inverse
6 = IEC Very Inverse
7 = IEC Extremely inverse
8 = IEC Long time inverse
72 51NW1 Time dial if curve = 1->4 100
50– 1100 / 10
if curve = 5->8
5 – 110 / 1
73 51NW2 Pickup if C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
50-600 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
10-120 / 1
74 51NW2 Curve type 1-8 1
1 = Definite time
2 = Inverse
3 = Very inverse
4 = Extremely inverse
5 = IEC Inverse
6 = IEC Very Inverse
7 = IEC Extremely inverse
8 = IEC Long time inverse
75 51NW2 Time dial if curve = 1->4 100
50– 1100 / 10
if curve = 5->8
5 – 110 / 1
76 51NW3 Pickup if C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
50-600 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
10-120 / 1
77 51NW3 Curve type 1-8 1
1 = Definite time
2 = Inverse
3 = Very inverse
4 = Extremely inverse
5 = IEC Inverse
6 = IEC Very Inverse
7 = IEC Extremely inverse
8 = IEC Long time inverse
78 51NW3 Time dial if curve = 1->4 100
50– 1100 / 10
if curve = 5->8
5 – 110 / 1
79 51GW2 Pickup if C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
50-1200 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
10-240 / 1
80 51GW2 Curve type 1-8 1
1 = Definite time
2 = Inverse
3 = Very inverse
4 = Extremely inverse
5 = IEC Inverse
6 = IEC Very Inverse
7 = IEC Extremely inverse
8 = IEC Long time inverse
81 51GW2 Time dial if curve = 1->4 100
50– 1100 / 10
if curve = 5->8
5 – 110 / 1
82 51GW3 Pickup if C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
50-1200 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
10-240 / 1
83 51GW3 Curve type 1-8 1
1 = Definite time
2 = Inverse
3 = Very inverse
4 = Extremely inverse
5 = IEC Inverse
6 = IEC Very Inverse
7 = IEC Extremely inverse
8 = IEC Long time inverse
84 51GW3 Time dial if curve = 1->4 100
50– 1100 / 10
if curve = 5->8
5 – 110 / 1
85 59G#1 Neutral Overvoltage 5-180 1 VOLTS
pickup
86 59G #2 Neutral Overvoltage 5-180 1 VOLTS
pickup
87 59G #1 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
88 59G #2 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
89 81 #1 Pickup if nominal frequency =60Hz 100 HZ
5500-6500 / 1
if nominal frequency=50 Hz
4500-5500 / 1
90 81 #2 Pickup if nominal frequency=60Hz 100 HZ
5500-6500 / 1
if nominal frequency=50 Hz
4500-5500 / 1
91 81 #3 Pickup if nominal frequency =60Hz 100 HZ
5500-6500 / 1
if nominal frequency=50 Hz
4500-5500 / 1
92 81 #4 Pickup if nominal frequency =60Hz 100 HZ
5500-6500 / 1
if nominal frequency=50 Hz
4500-5500 / 1
93 81 #1 delay 2-65500 1 CYCLES
94 81 #2 delay 2-65500 1 CYCLES
95 81 #3 delay 2-65500 1 CYCLES
96 81 #4 delay 2-65500 1 CYCLES
97 87H Pickup 50-200 / 1 10 PU
98 87H Time delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
99 87T Pickup 10-100 100 PU
100 87T Slope #1 5-100 1 %
101 87T Slope #2 5-200 1 %
102 87T Slope break point 10-40 10 PU
103 87T Even harmonic restraint 5-50 1 %
104 87T Even Harmonic Restraint 0-2 1
Enable (2nd & 4th )
(2nd & 4th )
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
2 = Enable w/cross average
105 87T 5th harmonic Restraint 5-50 1 %
106 87T Pickup at 5th harmonic 10-200 100 PU
restraint
107 87T 5th Harmonic Restraint
Enable
108 87GD W2 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
20-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
4-200 / 1
109 87GD W2 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
110 87GD W3 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 100 AMPS
5Amp
20-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
4-200 / 1
111 87GD W3 delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
112 BRKRW1 Pickup 0-50000 1 KAMPS
113 BRKRW1 Delay 1-40959 10 CYCLES
114 BRKRW2 Pickup 0-50000 1 KAMPS
115 BRKRW2 Delay 1-40959 10 CYCLES
116 BRKRW3 Pickup 0-50000 1 KAMPS
117 BRKRW3 Delay 1-40959 10 CYCLES
118 50NW1 #1 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
119 50NW1 #1 Delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
120 50NW1 #2 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
121 50NW1 #2 Delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
122 50NW2 #1 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
123 50NW2 #1 Delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
124 50NW2 #2 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
125 50NW2 #2 Delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
126 50NW3 #1 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
127 50NW3 #1 Delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
128 50NW3 #2 Pickup If C.T. secondary rating = 10 AMPS
5Amp
10-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating
=1Amp
2-200 / 1
129 50NW3 #2 Delay 1-8160 1 CYCLES
130 EXT #1 Delay 1-65500 1 CYCLES
131 EXT #2 Delay 1-65500 1 CYCLES
132 EXT #3 Delay 1-65500 1 CYCLES
133 EXT #4 Delay 1-65500 1 CYCLES
134 EXT #5 Delay 1-65500 1 CYCLES
135 EXT #6 Delay 1-65500 1 CYCLES
136 EXT #1 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (LSW)
137 EXT #1 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (NSW)
138 EXT #1 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (NSW)
139 EXT #1 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (MSW)
140 EXT #1 Switch profile 0-4 1U
0 – not activated
1 – swith to profile 1
2 – switch to profile 2
3 – switch to profile 3
4 - switch to profile 4
141 EXT #2 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (LSW)
142 EXT #2 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (NSW)
143 EXT #2 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (NSW)
144 EXT #2 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (MSW)
145 EXT #2 Switch profile 0-4 1U
146 EXT #3 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (LSW)
147 EXT #3 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (NSW)
148 EXT #3 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (NSW)
149 EXT #3 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (MSW)
150 EXT #3 Switch profile 0-4 1U
151 EXT #4 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (LSW)
152 EXT #4 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (NSW)
153 EXT #4 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (NSW)
154 EXT #4 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (MSW)
155 EXT #4 Switch profile 0-4 1U
156 EXT #5 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (LSW)
157 EXT #5 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (NSW)
158 EXT #5 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (NSW)
159 EXT #5 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (MSW)
160 EXT #5 Switch profile 0-4 1U
161 EXT #6 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (LSW)
162 EXT #6 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (NSW)
163 EXT #6 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (NSW)
164 EXT #6 Picked up functions 0-65535 1U
initiate mask (MSW)
165 EXT #6 Switch profile 0-4 1U
166 Profile switching method 0-2 1
167 Active profile 0-3 1
168 copy active profile to 1-4 1
169 Nominal voltage 60-140 1 VOLTS
170 Nominal current 50-600 100 AMPS
171 V.T. Configuration 0-6 1
0 =AB
1 = BC
2 =AC
3 =AN
4 =BN
5 =CN
6=LG to LL
172 CT connection type W1 0-5 1
0- Y connection
1- Delta AB connection
2- Delta AC connection
3- Y inverse connection
4- Delta AB inverse
connection
5 Delta AC inverse
connection
173 CT connection type W2 0-5 1
174 CT connection type W3 0-5 1
175 PT connection type W1 0-5 1
176 PT connection type W2 0-5 1

177 PT connection type W3


0-5
178 Phase rotation 0-1 1
0 = ACB
1 = ABC
179 Not used
180 Not used
181 Demand time interval 1-3 1
1 = 15 Minutes
2 = 30 Minutes
3 = 60 Minutes
182 V.T.x Phase ratio 10-65500 10
183 C.T. W1 Phase ratio 10-65500 1
184 C.T. W2 Phase ratio 10-65500 1
185 C.T. W3 Phase ratio 10-65500 1
186 C.T. W2 Ground ratio 10-65500 1
187 C.T. W3 Ground ratio 10-65500 1
188 C.T. W1 tap correction if C.T. secondary rating = 100
5Amp
100-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
20-200 / 1
189 C.T. W2 tap correction if C.T. secondary rating = 100
5Amp
100-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
20-200 / 1
190 C.T. W3 tap correction if C.T. secondary rating = 100
5Amp
100-1000 / 1
if C.T. secondary rating =
1Amp
20-200 / 1
191 C.T. W2 Ground correction 10-799 / 1 100
(87GD)
192 C.T. W3 Ground correction 10-799 / 1 100
(87GD)
193 Sealin Delay OUT1 2-8160 1 CYCLES
194 Sealin Delay OUT2 2-8160 1 CYCLES
195 Sealin Delay OUT3 2-8160 1 CYCLES
196 Sealin Delay OUT4 2-8160 1 CYCLES
197 Sealin Delay OUT5 2-8160 1 CYCLES
198 Sealin Delay OUT6 2-8160 1 CYCLES
199 Sealin Delay OUT7 2-8160 1 CYCLES
200 Sealin Delay OUT8 2-8160 1 CYCLES
201 W1 Phase A breaker 0-50000/1 1 KAMPS
monitoring arc current acc
202 W1 Phase B breaker 0-50000/1 1 KAMPS
monitoring arc current acc
203 W1 Phase C breaker 0-50000/1 1 KAMPS
monitoring arc current acc
204 W2 Phase A breaker 0-50000/1 1 KAMPS
monitoring arc current acc
205 W2 Phase B breaker 0-50000/1 1 KAMPS
monitoring arc current acc
206 W2 Phase C breaker 0-50000/1 1 KAMPS
monitoring arc current acc
207 W3 Phase A breaker 0-50000/1 1 KAMPS
monitoring arc current acc
208 W3 Phase B breaker 0-50000/1 1 KAMPS
monitoring arc current acc
209 W3 Phase C breaker 0-50000/1 1 KAMPS
monitoring arc current acc
210 Not used
211 EXT #1 Communication 0-1 1
initiate
212 EXT #1 Communication block 0-1 1
213 EXT #2 Communication 0-1 1
initiate
214 EXT #2 Communication block 0-1 1
215 EXT #3 Communication 0-1 1
initiate
216 EXT #3 Communication block 0-1 1
217 EXT #4 Communication 0-1 1
initiate
218 EXT #4 Communication block 0-1 1
219 EXT #5 Communication 0-1 1
initiate
220 EXT #5 Communication block 0-1 1
221 EXT #6 Communication 0-1 1
initiate
222 EXT #6 Communication block 0-1 1
223 Target_Num 1-32 1
1- Target 1 info
2- Target 2 info
…..
32-Target 32 info
224 Winding Disable 0-3 1
0- All windings enabled
1- W1 disabled
2- W2 disabled
3- W3 disabled
225 Transformer and CT 0-1 1
connection custom mode 0 – custom mode disabled
enable 1 – custom mode enabled

226 Transformer phase comp. 0-11 1


type W1
227 Transformer phase comp. 0-11 1
type W2
228 Transformer phase comp. 0-11 1
type W3
229 CT phase/magnitude comp. 0-23 1
W1
230 CT phase/magnitude comp. 0-23 1
W2
231 CT phase/magnitude comp. 0-23 1
W3
232 Zero Sequence Enable 0-255 1
Bit 0 – W1 zero seq. Enable
Bit 1 – W2 zero seq. Enable
Bit 2 – W3 zero seq. Enable
Bits 3-7 – Not used

Wrtiteable only if 225 set to 1


233 Drag_time 0-10 1
0- W1 Phase A current Max
Time
1- W2 Phase A current Max
Time
2- W3 Phase A current Max
Time
3- W1 Phase B current Max
Time
4- W2 Phase B current Max
Time
5- W3 Phase B current Max
Time
6- W1 Phase C current Max
Time
7- W2 Phase C current Max
Time
8- W3 Phase C current Max
Time
9- W2 Phase G current Max
Time
10 W3 Phase G current Max
Time
234 Dnp_comm_addr 0-65519 1
235 Recorder trigger inhibit 0-1 1
0 = recorder active (running)
1 = recorder trigger inhibit
Bit 0 inhibit by COM1
Bit 1 inhibit by COM2
Bit 2 inhibit by COM3
Bit 3-15 NA
236 Breaker monitor timing 0-255 1
method select
Bit 0 – W1
Bit 1 – W2
Bit 2 – W3
Bit3-Bit7 - Not Used
0 – I*t method selected
1 – I2*t method selected

By writing the setpoint 233 drag_time(obj 40,var 02), will have corresponding phase current time.
By writing the setpoint 223 Target_num(obj 40,var 02), will have corresponding target information.
Points 201 to 209 can be written using object 41,Variation 01(32 bit).