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Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33

MiCOM P342, P343

TECHNICAL DATA

P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data

MiCOM P342, P343

Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33

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CONTENT

1. RATINGS 7
1.1 Currents 7
1.2 Voltages 7
1.3 Auxiliary voltage 7
1.4 Frequency 8
1.5 ‘Universal’ logic inputs (P340 range) 8
1.6 Output relay contacts 8
1.7 Field voltage 9
1.8 Loop through connections 9
1.9 Wiring requirements 9

2. BURDENS 10
2.1 Current circuit 10
2.2 Voltage circuit 10
2.3 Auxiliary supply 10
2.4 Optically-isolated inputs 10

3. ACCURACY 10
3.1 Reference conditions 10
3.2 Influencing quantities 11

4. HIGH VOLTAGE WITHSTAND 12
4.1 Dielectric withstand 12
4.2 Impulse 12
4.3 Insulation resistance 12
4.4 ANSI dielectric withstand 12

5. ELECTRICAL ENVIRONMENT 12
5.1 Performance criteria 12
5.1.1 Class A 13
5.1.2 Class B 13
5.1.3 Class C 13
5.2 Auxiliary supply tests, dc interruption, etc. 13
5.2.1 DC voltage interruptions 13
5.2.2 DC voltage fluctuations 13

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5.3 AC voltage dips and short interruptions 14
5.3.1 AC voltage short interruptions 14
5.3.2 AC voltage dips 14
5.4 High frequency disturbance 14
5.5 Fast transients 15
5.6 Conducted/radiated emissions 15
5.6.1 Conducted emissions 15
5.6.2 Radiated emissions 15
5.7 Conducted/radiated immunity 15
5.7.1 Conducted immunity 15
5.7.2 Radiated immunity 15
5.7.3 Radiated immunity from digital radio telephones 15
5.8 Electrostatic discharge 16
5.9 Surge immunity 16
5.10 Power frequency magnetic field 16
5.11 Power frequency interference 16
5.12 Surge withstand capability (SWC) 17
5.13 Radiated immunity 17

6. ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT 17
6.1 Temperature 17
6.2 Humidity 17
6.3 Enclosure protection 17

7. MECHANICAL ENVIRONMENT 18
7.1 Performance criteria 18
7.1.1 Severity classes 18
7.1.2 Vibration (sinusoidal) 18
7.1.3 Shock and bump 19
7.1.4 Seismic 19

8. EC EMC COMPLIANCE 19

9. EC LVD COMPLIANCE 19

10. PROTECTION FUNCTIONS 20
10.1 Generator differential protection (87G) {P343} 20
10.1.1 Setting ranges 20

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10.1.2 Accuracy 20
10.2 2-Stage non-directional overcurrent (50/51) 20
10.2.1 Reset characteristics 22
10.2.2 RI curve 22
10.2.3 Accuracy 23
10.3 Restricted earth fault (low impedance) 26
10.3.1 Accuracy 26
10.4 2-Stage non-directional earth fault (50N/51N) 26
10.4.1 Setting ranges 26
10.4.2 Time delay settings 26
10.4.2.1 Accuracy 27
10.4.3 IDG curve 27
10.5 Neutral displacement/residual overvoltage (59N) 28
10.5.1 Setting ranges 28
10.5.2 Time delay settings 28
10.5.3 Accuracy 29
10.6 Sensitive directional earth fault (67N) 29
10.6.1 SEF accuracy 29
10.6.2 Wattmetric SEF accuracy 29
10.6.3 Polarising quantities accuracy 30
10.7 100% Stator earth fault {P343} 30
10.7.1 Accuracy 31
10.8 Voltage dependent overcurrent (51V) 31
10.8.1 Accuracy 32
10.9 Transient overreach and overshoot 32
10.9.1 Accuracy 32
10.10 Under impedance (21) 32
10.10.1 Accuracy 32
10.11 Under voltage (27) 33
10.11.1 Level settings 33
10.11.2 Under voltage protection time delay characteristics 33
10.11.3 Accuracy 33
10.12 Over voltage (59) 34
10.12.1 Level settings 34

1 Accuracy 40 10.1 Accuracy 42 11.19 Volts/Hz (24) 38 10.2 Accuracy 43 .1 Accuracy 35 10.12.20.15 Reverse power/low forward power/over power (32R /32L /32O) 35 10.18.22.1 Accuracy 38 10.1 Level settings 43 12.1 Accuracy 43 12.21 Resistive temperature detectors 39 10.1 Accuracy 42 11.1 Voltage transformer supervision 42 11.1 Accuracy 39 10. SUPERVISORY FUNCTIONS 42 11.2 Current transformer supervision 42 11.22.21.1 Accuracy 39 10.17.3 Accuracy 34 10.13.14 Over frequency (81O) 35 10.1 Accuracy 39 10.13 Under frequency (81U) 35 10.1 Accuracy 35 10.2 Hysteresis 41 10.22 Pole slipping (78) {P343} 40 10.1.2.23 Thermal overload (49) 41 10.1 Accuracy 36 10.20 Unintentional energisation at standstill (dead machine) {P343} 39 10.14.16 Sensitive reverse power/low forward power/over power (32R /32L /32O) 36 10.16.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 4/52 MiCOM P342.17 Field failure (40) 37 10.2 Over voltage protection time delay characteristics 34 10.1 Accuracy 37 10. P343 10.12.18 Negative phase sequence thermal (46) 38 10.19.15. PROGRAMMABLE SCHEME LOGIC 43 12.23.1 Accuracy 38 10.

2.1 CT and VT ratio settings 49 17. INPUT AND OUTPUT SETTING RANGES 49 16.2 Performance 47 14.3 Accuracy 48 15.2 Accuracy 48 15. MEASUREMENTS AND RECORDING FACILITIES 43 13. BATTERY LIFE 50 18.3 Undercurrent settings 49 15.1 Level settings 48 14.1 CB state monitoring control and condition monitoring 48 15.3 Current loop input and outputs (CLIO) 44 13.2. DISTURBANCE RECORDS 48 14.2 Timer accuracy 49 15.2 Rear Port 51 19.2 CB fail and backtrip breaker fail 49 15.1.2 Performance 44 13.1 Timer settings 49 15.1 Performance 51 19.2 IRIG-B and real time clock 44 13.1 CB monitor settings 48 15.1 Measurements 43 13.2.1 Front Port 51 19.3 Second rear communications port 52 .2. PLANT SUPERVISION 48 15. P343 Page 5/52 13.1 Accuracy 47 13.2.2.3.1.2. LOCAL AND REMOTE COMMUNICATIONS 51 19. FREQUENCY RESPONSE 50 19.2 CB control settings 48 15.4 Undercurrent accuracy 49 16.1.1 Features 44 13.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.3.

P343 Figure 1: IEC inverse time curves 24 Figure 2: American inverse time curves 25 Figure 3: IDG characteristic 28 Figure 4: Hysteresis of the pole slipping characteristic 41 Figure 5: Frequency response 50 .P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 6/52 MiCOM P342.

5 Ιn 5 minutes 5 Ιn 3 minutes 6 Ιn 2 minutes 7 Ιn 10 seconds 30 Ιn 1 second 100 Ιn 1.ph rms 0 to 800Vph .ph rms 880Vph .Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.ph rms 10 seconds (2.6Vn) 312Vph . with the neutral input of each winding sharing one terminal. CT Type Operating Range Standard 0 to 16 Ιn Sensitive 0 to 2 Ιn Duration Withstand Continuous rating 4 Ιn 10 minutes 4. Nominal Voltage Vn Short Term Above Vn (Operating Range) 100 – 120Vph .1 Currents In = 1A or 5A ac rms.ph rms 1.ph rms 0 to 200Vph . these are specified in the table below: Operative dc Operative ac Nominal Ranges Range Range 24 – 48V dc 19 to 65V - 48 – 110V dc (30 – 100V ac rms) ** 37 to 150V 24 to 110V 110 – 240V dc (100 – 240V ac rms) ** 87 to 300V 80 to 265V ** rated for ac or dc operation. P343 Page 7/52 1.ph rms 1144Vph .ph rms 380 – 480Vph . . RATINGS 1.3 Auxiliary voltage The relay is available in three auxiliary voltage versions.2 Voltages Maximum rated voltage relate to earth 300Vdc or 300Vrms. Separate terminals are provided for the 1A and 5A windings.ph rms Withstand Withstand Duration (Vn = 100/120V) (Vn = 380/480V) Continuous (2Vn) 240Vph .

220-250 Opto Input 2-32 24-27 24-27. Relay type P343 has a base number of opto inputs of 16 in the 60TE case and 24 in the 80TE case.6 Output relay contacts There are 2 versions of the output relay board one with seven relays. 110-125. 48-54. 220-250. when stray capacitance may present up to 50% of battery voltage across an input. In the Opto Config menu the nominal battery voltage can be selected for all opto inputs by selecting one of the five standard ratings in the Global Nominal V settings. six normally open contacts and two changeover contacts. 48-54. If Custom is selected then each opto input can individually be set to a nominal voltage value. 220-250 Battery Voltage (V dc) Logical “off” (V dc) Logical “on” (V dc) 24/27 <16. 110-125.4 110/125 <75 >88 220/250 <150 >176 All the logic inputs are independent and isolated. 110-125. 48-54. 1. Setting Range Menu Text Default Setting Step Size Min Max OPTO CONFIG 24-27. Relay type P342 has a base number of opto inputs of 8 in the 40TE case and 16 in the 60TE case. .P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 8/52 MiCOM P342. Global Nominal V 24-27 Custom Opto Input 1 24-27 24-27. One optional opto input board or one output relay relay board can be added to each relay model to increase the number of opto inputs by 8 or relay contacts by 8.2 >19. 30-34.5 ‘Universal’ logic inputs (P340 range) The P340 series relays are fitted with universal opto isolated logic inputs that can be programmed for the nominal battery voltage of the circuit of which they are a part.4 >24 48/54 <32. P343 1. three normally open contacts and four changeover contacts and one with eight relays.4 Frequency The nominal frequency (Fn) is dual rated at 50 – 60Hz.2 30/34 <20. the operate range is 5Hz – 70Hz. 30-34. 30-34. This lower value eliminates fleeting pickups that may occur during a battery earth fault. 1. They nominally provide a Logic 1 or On value for Voltages ≥80% of the set lower nominal voltage and a Logic 0 or Off value for the voltages ≤60% of the set higher nominal voltage.4 >38. Each input also has a pre-set filter of ½ cycle which renders the input immune to induced noise on the wiring.

000 operations minimum Watchdog Contact dc: 30W resistive Break dc: 15W inductive (L/R = 40ms) ac: 375VA inductive (P.F. . Note. Make & Carry 30A for 3s 250A for 30ms Carry 10A continuous dc: 50W resistive dc: 62.7 Field voltage The field voltage provided by the relay is nominally 48V dc with a current limit of 112mA. maxima 5A and 300V.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342. The operating range shall be 40V to 60V with an alarm raised at <35V.7) ac: 1250VA inductive (P. One optional output relay board or one opto input board can be added to each relay model to increase the number of relay contacts by 8 or opto inputs by 8. Relay type P342 has a base number of relay contacts of 7 in the 40TE case and 16 in the 60TE case.8 Loop through connections Terminals D17 – D18 and F17 – F18 are internally connected together for convenience when wiring.7) 1.F. Relay type P343 has a base number of relay output contacts of 14 in the 60TE case and 24 in the 80TE case. =0.9 Wiring requirements The requirements for the wiring of the relay and cable specifications are detailed in the installation section of the Operation Guide (Volume 2.5) Maxima: 10A and 300V Loaded Contact: 10. 1. the model number suffix letter refers to the hardware version. =1) Break ac: 2500VA inductive (P.F. is being maintained for compatibility. = 0. = 0.5W inductive (L/R = 50ms) ac: 2500VA resistive (P. 1.000 operation minimum Unloaded Contact: 100. The 8 output relay board is only used for new relay models or existing relay models available in new case sizes or to provide additional output contacts to existing models for suffix issue B or greater hardware. For equivalent relay models in suffix B hardware or greater the base numbers of output contacts. using the 7 output relay boards.F. P34x/EN O/E33). only the 7 output relay boards were available. P343 Page 9/52 For relay models with suffix A hardware.

30/34.06VA rms at 110V Vn = 380 – 480V <0.3 Auxiliary supply Case Size Minimum* Size 8 /40TE 11W or 24 VA Size 12 /60TE 11W or 24 VA Size 16 /80TE 11W or 24 VA * no output contacts or optos energised Each additional energised opto input 0.19W (220/250 V) Each additional energised output relay 0. 48/54 V) Each additional energised opto input 0.13W 2.2VA 2.5 mA (0-300V).06VA rms at 440V 2.09W (24/27. 3.12W (110/125 V) Each additional energised opto input 0. If no range is specified for the validity of the accuracy.1 Current circuit CT burden (At Nominal Current) Phase <0. BURDENS 2. Maximum input voltage 300 V dc (any setting). ACCURACY For all accuracies specified. P343 2.4 Optically-isolated inputs Peak current of opto inputs when energised is 3. then the specified accuracy is valid over the full setting range.1 Reference conditions Quantity Reference Conditions Test Tolerance General Ambient temperature 20 °C ±2°C Atmospheric pressure 86kPa to 106kPa – Relative humidity 45 to 75 % – Input energising quantity .2 Voltage circuit Reference Voltage (Vn) Vn = 100 – 120V <0. 3. the repeatability is ±2.15 VA Earth <0.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 10/52 MiCOM P342.5% unless otherwise specified.

5% DC 48V or 110V Auxiliary supply ±5% AC 63.1 HV (ac) Aux. Seismic) IEC 60255-21-2:1988 IEC 60255-21-3:1995 Quantity Operative range Electrical Frequency 5 Hz to 70 Hz Harmonics (single) 5% over the range 2nd to 17th Auxiliary voltage range 0. Shock.8 LV to 1. supply ripple 12% Vn with a frequency of 2.2 Influencing quantities No additional errors will be incurred for any of the following influencing quantities: Quantity Operative Range (Typical Only) Environmental Temperature –25°C to +55°C According to Mechanical (Vibration.8 LV to 1.0 Time dial 7 Phase angle 0° 3. P343 Page 11/52 Quantity Reference Conditions Test Tolerance General Current Ιn ±5% Voltage Vn ±5% Frequency 50 or 60Hz ±0.5V or 110V Settings Reference value Time multiplier setting 1. IEC 60255-21-1:198 Bump.fn Point on wave of fault waveform 0 to 360° DC offset of fault waveform No offset to fully offset Phase angle –90° to + 90° No operation with OC elements set to 35% Magnetising inrush of peak anticipated inrush level.2 HV (dc) 0.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342. .

1994) 1kV rms.3 Insulation resistance IEC60255-5:1997 The insulation resistance is greater than 100 MΩ at 500Vdc. 1. 4.5kV rms. 2. Independent circuits with the terminals of each independent circuit connected together.2 to 5. and all other terminals. This includes the output contacts and loop through connections D17/D18 and F17/F18.4 ANSI dielectric withstand ANSI/IEEE C37.90. .P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 12/52 MiCOM P342.2 Impulse IEC60255-5:1997 The product will withstand without damage impulses of 5kV peak.5kVrms for one minute across dedicated normally open contacts of output relays. 4.0kVrms for 1 minute for all D-type connections between line and ground. 1. for 1 minute across normally open output contacts. Terminals of the same circuit except normally open metallic contacts. 1kV rms.5J across: Each independent circuit and the case with the terminals of each independent circuit connected together. (1989) (Reaff. 1. for 1 minute across open contacts of the watchdog contacts. HIGH VOLTAGE WITHSTAND 4. 5.1 Performance criteria The following three classes of performance criteria are used within sections 5. The performance criteria are based on the performance criteria specified in EN 50082-2:1995.0kVrms for one minute between all terminals of each independent circuit grouped together.2/50µs.0kVrms for 1 minute across normally open contacts of changeover and watchdog output relays. 0. 4. P343 4. 1. ELECTRICAL ENVIRONMENT 5.0kVrms for one minute between all terminals and case earth.13 (where applicable) to specify the performance of the MiCOM relay when subjected to the electrical interference.1 Dielectric withstand IEC60255-5:1997 2. 1. for 1 minute across open contacts of changeover output contacts.

The relay communications and IRIG-B signal must continue uncorrupted via the communications ports and IRIG-B port respectively during the test. reset of any of the relays microprocessors or an alarm indication. 5. The relay communications and IRIG-B signal must continue uncorrupted via the communications ports and IRIG-B port respectively during the test.1. 5. upon completion of the testing the relay will function as specified. 5. DC Auxiliary Supply Interruptions 50.2 DC voltage fluctuations IEC 60255-11:1979. upon completion of the testing the relay will function as specified. reset of any of the relays microprocessors or an alarm indication.3 Class C The relay will power down and power up again in a controlled manner within 5 seconds. provided that they recover with no external intervention.2.Class C. 5.2 Class B During the testing the relay will not maloperate. A maloperation will include a transient operation of the output contacts. etc.1. . Performance criteria .2 Auxiliary supply tests.2. AC 100Hz ripple superimposed on DC max. however relay communications and the IRIG-B signal may be momentarily interrupted during the tests. A transitory operation of the output LEDs is acceptable provided no permanent false indications are recorded.1. 20ms. 40s. however relay communications and the IRIG-B signal may be momentarily interrupted during the tests. Communications to relay may be suspended during the testing as long as communication recovers with no external intervention after the testing. operation of the watchdog contacts. dc interruption. 200ms. The output relays are permitted to change state during the test as long as they reset once the relay powers up.Class A. provided that they recover with no external intervention. 10.Class A. auxiliary supply at 12% of highest rated DC. and min. 5. 5. P343 Page 13/52 5. Performance criteria . 100.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342. Performance criteria . operation of the watchdog contacts. DC Auxiliary Supply Interruptions 2.1 Class A During the testing the relay will not maloperate.1 DC voltage interruptions IEC 60255-11:1979. A maloperation will include a transient operation of the output contacts.

Performance criteria .Class A. output contacts. 5. 20ms. P343 5.2 AC voltage dips IEC 61000-4-11:1994 AC Auxiliary Supply 100% Voltage Dips 2.Class C. Performance criteria . 5. Performance criteria . 20ms. 40s. Performance criteria . Power supply. field voltage. 20ms.5kV common mode. 5. 5. Performance criteria –Class A. 20ms. CTs. AC Auxiliary Supply Interruptions 2.3. 10. 200ms.Class C. 40s.Class C. 100.1 AC voltage short interruptions IEC 61000-4-11:1994. 1s. 1MHz burst disturbance test.3 AC voltage dips and short interruptions 5. AC Auxiliary Supply 100% Voltage Dips 50. AC Auxiliary Supply 60% Voltage Dips 50. 10. 10. 200ms.Class A.3. field voltage. 40s. 100. 2. 100. 200ms. 1s. 1s. 1s. IRIG-B and terminal block communications connections. VTs. 40s. . 200ms. AC Auxiliary Supply Interruptions 50. Power supply.Class A. CTs. 5. opto inputs and output contacts. Performance criteria Class A. Performance criteria . AC Auxiliary Supply 60% Voltage Dips 2.Class C. Performance criteria . 1kV differential mode.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 14/52 MiCOM P342. 5. opto inputs.4 High frequency disturbance IEC 60255-22-1:1988 Class III. VTs. 100. AC Auxiliary Supply 30% Voltage Dips 50. Performance criteria . 10. AC Auxiliary Supply 30% Voltage Dips 2.

.7. 230 . IRIG-B and terminal block communications connections.89GHz ±5MHz. 150kHz to 80MHz.. 40dBµV/m at 10m measurement distance. 0. Spot tests at 27MHz. 0. P343 Page 15/52 5.3 Radiated immunity from digital radio telephones ENV 50204:1995 10 V/m 900MHz ± 5 MHz and 1. 79dBµV (quasi peak) 66dBµV (average).6 Conducted/radiated emissions 5. EN 55022:1994 Class A. Performance criteria Class A. Spot tests at 80MHz.230MHz. 30 . Power supply.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.7. 10V emf @ 1kHz 80% am.1000MHz. 50% duty cycle pulse modulated.5 Fast transients IEC 60255-22-4:1992 (EN 61000-4-4:1995). 68MHz.5MHz. output contacts. CTs. 5. Performance criteria Class A. VTs. 5.15 . opto inputs.7 Conducted/radiated immunity 5.5kHz (Class IV) capacitive clamp. 450MHz. Freq. Performance criteria Class A. 2kV 5kHz (Class III) and 4kV 2.1 Conducted emissions EN 55011:1998 Class A. 5.1 Conducted immunity EN 61000-4-6:1996 Level 3. 900MHz.30MHz.6.2 Radiated immunity IEC 60255-22-3:1989 Class III (EN 61000-4-3: 1997 Level 3). 5. 160MHz.7. 2kV 5kHz (Class III) and 4kV 2.6.5 . 73dBµV (quasi peak) 60dBµV (average). field voltage. 200Hz rep. 5.1GHz @ 1kHz 80% am. 47dBµV/m at 10m measurement distance. EN 55022:1994 Class A. Performance criteria Class A. 10 V/m 80MHz . Class III and Class IV.0.2 Radiated emissions EN 55011:1998 Class A.5kHz (Class IV) direct coupling.

The CT inputs are immune to all levels of common mode surge as per IEC 61000-4- 5: 1995 Level 4. Terminal block communications connections and IRIG-B. 5.9. Class 4: 15kV air discharge. 4kV common mode 42Ω source impedance.8 Electrostatic discharge IEC 60255-22-2:1996 Class 3 & Class 4. routing the CT wires as a pair reduces the likelihood of a differential surge. 2kV differential mode 42Ω source impedance. 5. 250V rms. Tests carried out both with and without cover fitted. * National Grid Technical Specification .13 Issue 3 April 1998.10 Power frequency magnetic field IEC 61000-4-8:1994 Level 5. Note. 5.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 16/52 MiCOM P342. Permanently connected communications circuits tested to Class 3 (100-1000m) test level 50mV Performance criteria Class A. Power supply. differential mode. 2kV differential mode 2Ω source impedance. field voltage. Voltage applied to all non-mains frequency inputs.11 Power frequency interference NGTS* 2. common mode. Class 3: 6kV contact discharge. Performance criteria Class A under reference conditions.5. Opto inputs. 4kV common mode 12Ω source impedance. Performance criteria Class A. section 5. 500V rms.9 Surge immunity IEC 61000-4-5:1995 Level 4. output contacts. VTs. Total immunity to differential surges to Level 4 can be achieved by adding a time delay of at least 20ms. P343 5. 4kV common mode 2Ω source impedance applied to cable screen. 100A/m field applied continuously in all planes for the EUT in a quiescent state and tripping state 1000A/m field applied for 3s in all planes for the EUT in a quiescent state and tripping state Performance criteria Class A.6.

2 1995 35 V/m 25MHz . duration 56 days. IEC 60068-2-30:1980. Fast Transient SWC Tests 4 .applied to all circuits except for IRIG-B and terminal block communications.13 Radiated immunity ANSI/IEEE C37.1 (1990) (Reaff.5kV crest voltage . ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT 6. Performance criteria Class A. which are tested common mode only via the cable screen. Performance criteria Class A 5.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.1.1GHz. which are tested common mode only via the cable screen.1GHz no modulation applied to all sides. 6.2 Humidity IEC 60068-2-3:1969 Damp heat. 40° C ± 2° C and 93% relative humidity (RH) +2% -3%.90. IP52 Category 2. 100% pulse modulated. 1994) Oscillatory SWC Test.Cold IEC 60068-2-2:1974/A2:1994 . Operating Temperature Range °C Storage Temperature Range °C (Time Period in Hours) (Time Period in Hours) Cold Dry Heat Cold Dry Heat Temperature Temperature Temperature Temperature -25 (96) 55 (96) -25 (96) 70 (96) 6.3 Enclosure protection IEC 60529:1989.1 Temperature IEC 60068-2-1:1990/A2:1994 .90.Dry heat IEC 60255-6:1988.common and differential mode – applied to all circuits except for IRIG-B and terminal block communications.common and differential mode . P343 Page 17/52 5. 35 V/m 25MHz .5kV – 3kV. front only. six (12 + 12 hour cycles) of 55°C ±2°C 93% ±3% RH and 25°C ±3°C 93% ±3% RH. . steady state. Damp heat cyclic. 1 . 6.12 Surge withstand capability (SWC) ANSI/IEEE C37.5MHz . 2.

shipboard application and for severe transportation conditions. substations and industrial plants and for normal transportation conditions Measuring relays and protection equipment for which a very high security margin is required or where the vibration (shock and 2 bump) (seismic shock) levels are very high. e.1.1 Performance criteria The following two classes of performance criteria are used within sections to (where applicable) to specify the performance of the MiCOM relay when subjected to mechanical testing.5 minutes. P343 IP5x – Protected against dust.g.075 1 1 10 – 150 Vibration endurance Severity Peak Acceleration Number of Sweeps Frequency Range Class (gn) in Each Axis (Hz) 2 2. MECHANICAL ENVIRONMENT 7. 7. 7.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 18/52 MiCOM P342. shock bump and seismic tests detailed previously Class Typical Application Measuring relays and protection equipment for normal use in 1 power plants.1.58 to 60 Hz Vibration response Peak Displacement Peak Acceleration Number of Severity Above Cross Over Frequency Below Cross Over Sweeps in Class Range (Hz) Frequency (mm) Frequency (gn) Each Axis 2 0. IPx2 – Protected against vertically falling drops of water with the product in 4 fixed positions of 15° tilt with a flow rate of 3mm/minute for 2. 7.1 Severity classes The following table details the Class and Typical Applications of the vibration.2 Vibration (sinusoidal) IEC 60255-21-1:1988 Cross over frequency .0 20 10 – 150 . limited ingress permitted.

8 to 9Hz x = horizontal axis.3 Shock and bump IEC 60255-21-2:1988 IEC 60255-21-2:1988 Type of Severity Peak Acceleration Duration of Number of Pulses Test Class ( gn) Pulse ( ms ) in Each Direction Shock 2 10 11 3 Response Shock 1 15 11 3 withstand Bump 1 10 16 1000 7.5 2. 9.1. EC LVD COMPLIANCE Compliance with European Community Directive on Low Voltage 73/23/EEC is demonstrated by reference to generic safety standards: EN 61010-1:1993/A2: 1995 EN 60950:1992/A11 1997 .0 1 1.0 1. The following Generic Standards used to establish conformity: EN 50081-2:1994 EN 50082-2:1995.4 Seismic IEC 60255-21-3:1993 Cross over frequency . EC EMC COMPLIANCE Compliance to the European Community Directive 89/336/EEC amended by 93/68/EEC is claimed via the Technical Construction File route. P343 Page 19/52 7.5 3.35 8.1. The Competent Body has issued a Technical Certificate and a Declaration of Conformity has been completed. y = vertical axis Peak Displacement Peak Acceleration Below Cross Over Above Cross Number of Frequency Severity Frequency (mm) Over Frequency Sweep Cycles Range Class (gn) in Each Axis (Hz) x y x y 2 7.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.

05 Ιn – 2 Ιn 0.025 Ι>1 Time Dial 1 0.025 to 1. EI(IEC).01Ιn k1 0 – 20% 5% Ιs2 1 Ιn – 5 Ιn 0.01Ιn Interturn time delay 0 to 100s 0.01s TMS (IEC/UK) 0.08 – 10 Ιn 0.05 Ιn – 2 Ιn 0.10 0. UK Characteristic Rectifier. VI(IEEE).01s 10. LTI(IEC).05 tRESET 0 to 100s 0. VI(IEC).05 Ιn – 0. STI(US) DT 0 to 100s 0.1.1Ιn k2 20 – 150% 10% Interturn Ιs_A 0.01 Ιn DT 0 to 100s 0. Inv(US). PROTECTION FUNCTIONS 10.08 .01 K(RI) 0.2 Accuracy Pick-up Formula ±5% Drop-off 95% of setting ±5% Operating time <30ms for currents applied at 4x pickup level or greater Repeatability <7.01 Ιn DT.1 .05 Ιn – 2 Ιn 0.01Ιn Interturn Ιs_C 0.5% Disengagement time <40ms 10. RI.1. P343 10.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 20/52 MiCOM P342.4 Ιn 0.2 2-Stage non-directional overcurrent (50/51) Settings Range Step Size 1st Stage Ι>1 0.01Ιn Interturn Ιs_B 0.01s Inverse time (IDMT) characteristic . SI(IEC).1 Setting ranges Settings Range Step Size Mode Percentage Bias/High Impedance/Interturn Ιs1 0.2 0.01 100 0. MI(IEEE).5 Ιn 0. EI(IEEE).1 Generator differential protection (87G) {P343} 10.01s (IEC/UK) 2nd Stage Ι>2 0.

.114 Very inverse IEEE 19.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.02 0.1217 Inverse US-C08 5.11858 The IEC extremely inverse curve becomes definite time at currents greater than 20 x setting.02 0.61 2 0.95 2 0.16758 0. very and long time inverse curves become definite time at currents greater than 30 x setting. The IEC/UK IDMT curves conform to the following formula: æ K ö ç t = T x (Ι/Ι ) α . P343 Page 21/52 IDMT characteristics are selectable from a choice of four IEC/UK and five IEEE/US curves as shown in the table below.18 Short time inverse US-C02 0.5 1 0 Extremely inverse IEC 80 2 0 Long time inverse UK 120 1 0 Rectifier UK 45900 5.1 + L÷ ç s ÷ è ø where t = operation time K = constant Ι = measured current ΙS = current threshold setting α = constant L = ANSI/IEEE constant (zero for IEC/UK curves) T = Time multiplier setting for IEC/UK curves TD = Time dial setting for IEEE/US curves IDMT characteristics K α L IDMT Curve Description Standard Constant Constant Constant Standard inverse IEC 0. The IEC standard.2 2 0.14 0.1 + L÷ ç s ÷ è ø The IEEE/US IDMT curves conform to the following formula: æ K ö t = TD x ç (Ι/Ι ) α .491 Extremely inverse IEEE 28.6 0 Moderately inverse IEEE 0.0515 0.02 0 Very inverse IEC 13.

The definite time can be set (as defined in IEC) to zero.2 RI curve The RI curve (electromechanical) has been included in the first stage characteristic setting options for Phase Overcurrent and Earth Fault protections. the reset characteristic is definite time only.2 0.1 Inverse US 5.01 seconds.1 to 10 in steps of 0. the reset characteristic can be selected as either inverse curve or definite time.025 Time dial settings for IEEE/US curves Settings Range Step Size TD 0.2.01 10.1 Reset characteristics For all IEC/UK curves.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 22/52 MiCOM P342.95 Short Time Inverse US 2. All inverse reset curves conform to the following formula: TD x S tRESET = in seconds (1 .6 Extremely Inverse IEEE 29. The curve is represented by the following equation: æ 1 ö ç ÷ t = K x ç 0.236/ ö ÷ in seconds è è Mø ø With K adjustable from 0. P343 Time multiplier settings for IEC/UK curves Settings Range Step Size TMS 0.2. For all IEEE/US curves.M2) where TD = Time dial setting for IEEE curves S = Constant M = Ι / Ιs Curve Description Standard S Constant Moderately Inverse IEEE 4.025 to 1.85 Very Inverse IEEE 21.05 M = Ι / Ιs .339 .æ0. The Inverse Reset characteristics are dependent upon the selected IEEE/US IDMT curve as shown in the table below. Range 0 to 100 seconds in steps of 0.01 to 100 0.261 10.

2.05 x Setting ±5% ±5% or 40ms whichever is greater IDMT characteristic shape (under reference conditions)* IEEE reset ±5% or 50ms whichever is greater DT operation ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater DT reset ±5% Directional boundary accuracy (RCA ±90°) ±2° hysteresis 2° Characteristic UK curves IEC 60255-3 – 1998 US curves IEEE C37.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342. P343 Page 23/52 10.112 – 1996 .95 x Setting ±5% Minimum trip level of IDMT elements 1.3 Accuracy Pick-up Setting ±5% Drop-off 0.

0 Current (Multiples of Is) Curve 1 Standard inverse Curve 2 Very inverse Curve 3 Extremely inverse Curve 4 UK long time inverse P2136ENa Figure 1: IEC inverse time curves . P343 IEC Curves 1000 100 Operating Time (s) 10 Curve 4 Curve 1 1 Curve 2 Curve 3 0.1 1.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 24/52 MiCOM P342.0 10.0 100.

1 1.0 10.0 Current (Multiples of Is) Curve 5 IEEE moderately inverse Curve 6 IEEE very inverse Curve 7 IEEE extremely inverse Curve 8 US inverse Curve 9 US short time inverse P2137ENa Figure 2: American inverse time curves .0 100.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342. P343 Page 25/52 Amercian Curves 100 10 Operating Time (s) 1 Curve 5 Curve 6 Curve 9 Curve 7 Curve 8 0.

IDG DT 0 to 200s 0.01 Ιn 10.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 26/52 MiCOM P342.4.01s (IEC/UK) 2nd Stage DT 0 to 200s 0. EI(IEC).1 to 10 0.4 2-Stage non-directional earth fault (50N/51N) 10.2 Time delay settings Settings Range Step Size 1st Stage DT.1 Setting ranges Settings Range Step Size 1st Stage ΙN>1 0.1 Accuracy Pick-up Setting formula ±5% Drop-off 0.5 Ιn 0.2 0.01 Ιn TMS (IEC/UK) 0.3 Restricted earth fault (low impedance) Settings Range Step Size K1 0% to 20% 1 % (minimum) K2 0% to 150% 1 % (minimum) Ιs1 0. SI(IEC). Characteristic MI(IEEE). EI(IEEE). STI(US).01 Ιn Ιs2 0.01 Ιn ΙN>1 IDG Ιs 1–4 0.05 Ιn to Ιn 0.05 IDG Time 1 to 2 0.02 – 4.01 TD (IEEE/US) 0.025 to 1.025 K (RI) 0.1 Ιn to 1. VI(IEC).01 tRESET 0 to 100s 0.01s . LTI(IEC).02 – 10 Ιn 0.3.1 2nd Stage ΙN>2 0. RI.01 to 100 0. Inv(US).1 Ιn 10. P343 10.4.0 Ιn 0.80 (or better) of calculated differential current Low impedance operating time <60ms High impedance pick-up Setting ±5% High impedance operating time <30ms 10. VI(IEEE).

1 Accuracy Pick-up Setting ±5% Drop-off 0. An additional setting “IDG Time” is also used to set the minimum operating time at high levels of fault current. The “IDG Ιs” setting is set as a multiple of “ΙN>”. This curve is available in stage 1 of the Earth Fault protection.4. These time delays have an extended range of 0 to 200s. P343 Page 27/52 The earth fault elements are followed by an independently selectable time delay.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.8 . 10. .1.35 loge ç ÷ in seconds è ΙN > Setting ø where Ι = measured current ΙN>Setting = an adjustable setting which defines the start point of the characteristic Although the start point of the characteristic is defined by the “ΙN>” setting.5% 10. the actual relay current threshold is a different setting called “IDG Ιs”. Figure 3 illustrates how the IDG characteristic is implemented. The reset time delay is the same as the phase overcurrent reset time.2.4. but are otherwise identical to those of the phase overcurrent definite time delay.95 x Setting ±5% Minimum trip level of IDMT elements 1. The IDG curve is represented by the following equation: æ Ι ö t = 5.3 IDG curve The IDG curve is commonly used for time delayed earth fault protection in the Swedish market.05 x Setting ±5% ±5% or 40ms whichever is greater IDMT characteristic shape (under reference conditions)* IEEE reset ±5% or 40ms whichever is greater DT operation ±2% or 60ms whichever is greater DT reset ±5% Repeatability 2.

P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 28/52 MiCOM P342.1) where K = Time multiplier setting t = operating time in seconds M = Applied input voltage/relay setting voltage (Vs) Range Step Size TMS setting (K) 0.5 Neutral displacement/residual overvoltage (59N) 10.5 DT reset setting 0 – 100s 0.5. P343 10 9 Operating time (seconds) 8 IDG Is Setting Range 7 6 5 4 3 IDG Time Setting Range 2 1 0 1 10 100 I/IN> P2242ENa Figure 3: IDG characteristic 10.01s .5 – 100s 0.5.1 Setting ranges Name Range Step Size VN>1 (Vn 100/120V) 1 – 80V 1V VN>2 (Vn 100/120V) 1 – 80V 1V VN>1 (Vn 380/480V) 4 – 320V 4V VN>2 (Vn 380/480V) 4 – 320V 4V 10.2 Time delay settings The inverse characteristic for VN>1 shall be given by the following formula : K t = (M .

005 to 0.20W (Ιn=1A.1 SEF accuracy Pick-up Setting ±5% Drop-off 0. P343 Page 29/52 10.6.95 x Setting ±5% DT operation ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater DT reset ±5% Repeatability 5% 10.20W 0 .01s 0 .9 x P> ±5% Boundary accuracy ±5% with 1° hysteresis Repeatability 5% . Vn=100/120V) 0.2 Wattmetric SEF accuracy For P=0W ΙSEF> ±5% Pick-up For P>0W P> ±5% For P=0W (0.05W 0 .5V ΙSEF>Vnpol 2 to 320V (Vn =380/480V) 2V ΙSEF> Char Angle –95° to 95° 1° DT 0 to 200s 0.100W (Ιn=5A. Vn=100/120V) 0.05 x Setting ±5% Drop-off 0.400W (Ιn=5A.95 x Setting ±5% IDMT characteristic shape ±5% or 60ms whichever is greater ±2% or 20ms whichever is greater DT operation Instantaneous operation <55ms Reset <35ms Repeatability <5% 10.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.3 Accuracy For DT Start Setting ±5% Pick-up For IDMT Start 1.00025 Ιn 0.1 Ιn 0. Vn=380/480V) 0. Vn=380/480V) 1W 10.5 to 80V (Vn=100/120V) 0.80W (Ιn=1A.6.6 Sensitive directional earth fault (67N) Settings Range Step Size Non directional/Directional Fwd/Directional Directionality Rev ΙSEF>1 0.25W P N> 0 .5.95 x ΙSEF>) ±5% Drop-off For P>0W 0.

Vn=100/120V) 2.0VA Equivalent Range in %Pn 2% .5VA 16VA – 800VA (Ιn=1A.0W Equivalent Range in %Pn 2% .7V (whichever is greater) ±10% 10.3V – 20V (Vn=100/120V) 0.3 Polarising quantities accuracy Operating boundary pick-up ±2°of RCA ±90° Hysteresis <3° ΙSEF>Vnpol Pick-up Setting ±10% ΙSEF>Vnpol Drop-off 0.4V 30 – 120V (Vn=100/120V) 1V V< Inhibit 120 – 480V (Vn=380/440V) 4V 4W – 200W (Ιn=1A.0W P< Inhibit 20W – 1000W (Ιn=5A.5Var 80Var – 4000Var (Ιn=5A.2V – 80V (Vn=380/480V) 0.9 x Setting or 0.105% 0.1V VN3H> 1.0Var Equivalent Range in %Pn 2% .0VA S< Inhibit 20VA – 1000VA (Ιn=5A.2 – 80V (Vn /440V) 0. Vn=380/480V) 2.3% 4VA – 200VA (Ιn=1A. Vn=380/480V) 2. Vn=100/120V) 0.5VA 80VA – 4000VA (Ιn=5A.5W 16W – 800W (Ιn=1A.3% 4Var – 200Var (Ιn=1A.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 30/52 MiCOM P342. Vn=100/120V) 0. Vn=100/120V) 2.4V DT 0 – 100s 0.01s . Vn=100/120V) 0. P343 10.3% 0. Vn=380/480V) 2. Vn=380/480V) 10. Vn=100/120V) 2.7 100% Stator earth fault {P343} Settings Range Step Size 0.5Var 16Var – 800Var (Ιn=1A. Vn=380/480V) 10.3 – 20V (Vn=100/120V) 0. Vn=380/480V) 10.6.105% 0.0Var Q< Inhibit 20Var – 1000Var (Ιn=5A.1V VN3H< 1.5W 80W – 4000W (Ιn=5A.105% 0.

5% VN3H< 105% of Pick-up ±5% Drop-off VN3H> 95% of Pick-up ±5% V/P/Q/S<Ιnh 95% of Pick-up ±0.8 – 4 Ιn 0. .10 0.STI(U S) 5 – 120V (Vn = 100/120V) 1V Voltage threshold V<1 20 – 440V (Vn = 380/480V) 4V 5 – 120V (Vn = 100/120V) 1V Voltage threshold V<2 20 – 440V (Vn = 380/480V) 4V K factor 0.05 DT 0 –100s 0.8 Voltage dependent overcurrent (51V) Settings Range Step Size Operating mode Voltage controlled/voltage restrained Current threshold Ι>set 0.5% Disengagement / reset time <50ms 10.EI(IEC ).VI(IEEE).7.VI(IEC ).1 Accuracy VN3H</VN3H> Setting ±5% Pick-up V/P/Q/S<Ιnh Setting ±0.025 TD (IEEE/US) 0.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.1 – 1.01s TMS 0.01 Ιn D T.5% Operating time ±0.01 K(RI) 0. EI(IEEE).Inv(U S).5% or 50ms whichever is greater Repeatability <0. P343 Page 31/52 10.01 to 100 0.SI(IEC ).2 0.01s The reset time inverse time characteristics for IEEE/US curves are the same as the phase overcurrent. RI.LTI(IEC ).00 0. Characteristic UK Rectifier. M I(IEEE).1 .025 – 1.05 tRESET 0 – 100s 0.

8.24 Ω (Vn=100/120V.05 x Setting ±5% Drop-off Overcurrent 0.95 x formula ±5% Operating time <50ms Repeatability <2. Ιn=1A) 0.9.1 Accuracy Additional tolerance due to ±5% over the X/R ratio of 1 to 90 increasing X/R ratios Overshoot of overcurrent elements <40ms Disengagement time <60ms (65ms SEF) 10.5W Z<1 0.10. P343 10.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 32/52 MiCOM P342.4W DT 0 . Ιn=5A) 0.4 .1 Accuracy Pick-up Setting ±5% Drop-off 105% of setting ±5% Operating time ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater Repeatability <5% Disengagement time <50ms tRESET ±5% Instantaneous operating time <50ms .480 Ω (Vn=380/440V.1W & 8 . Ιn=1A) 2W Z<2 1.5% IDMT operation ±5% or 40ms whichever is greater Definite time operation ±5% or 50ms whichever is greater tRESET ±5% or 50ms whichever is greater 10.120 Ω (Vn=100/120V.01s 10.6 .9 Transient overreach and overshoot 10.96 Ω (Vn=380/440V.1 Accuracy VCO threshold Setting ±5% Pick-up Overcurrent formula ±5% VCO threshold 1.100s 0.10 Under impedance (21) Settings Range Step Size 2 . Ιn=5A) 0.

2 Under voltage protection time delay characteristics Under voltage measuring elements are followed by an independently selectable time delay.5 – 100 0.1 Level settings Name Range Step Size V<1 & V<2 10 – 120V 1V (Vn = 100/120V) V<1 & V<2 40 – 480V 4V (Vn = 380/480V) 10.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.3 Accuracy For DT Start Setting ±5% Pick-up For IDMT Start 0. The remaining element shall have an associated Definite Time delay setting.11. The first element have time delay characteristics selectable as either Inverse Time or Definite Time.M) where K = Time multiplier setting t = operating time in seconds M = Applied input voltage/relay setting voltage (Vs) Range Step Size DT setting 0 – 100s 0.95 x Setting ±5% Drop-off 1. The inverse characteristic shall be given by the following formula : K t = (1 .5 Definite time and TMS setting ranges. Each measuring element time delay is capable of being blocked by the operation of a user defined logic (optical isolated) input.11 Under voltage (27) 10. P343 Page 33/52 10. 10.11.11.05 x Setting ±5% IDMT characteristic shape ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater DT operation ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater Reset <75ms Repeatability <1% .01s TMS Setting (K) 0.

12 Over voltage (59) 10. The first elements have time delay characteristics selectable as either Inverse Time or Definite Time.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 34/52 MiCOM P342.12. The remaining element shall have an associated Definite Time delay setting.1) where K = Time multiplier setting T = Operating time in seconds M = Applied input voltage/relay setting voltage (Vs) Range Step Size DT setting 0 – 100s 0.3 Accuracy For DT Start Setting ±5% Pick-up For IDMT Start 1.05 x Setting ±5% Drop-off 0. The inverse characteristics are given by the following formula: K t = (M . P343 10.12.01s TMS Setting (K) 0.1 Level settings Name Range Step Size V>1 & V>2 60 – 185V 1V (Vn = 100/120V) V>1 & V>2 240 – 740V 4V (Vn = 380/480V) 10.95 x Setting ±5% IDMT characteristic shape ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater DT operation ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater Reset <75ms .5 Definite time and TMS setting ranges 10. Each measuring element time delay is capable of being blocked by the operation of a user defined logic (optical isolated) input.5 – 100s 0.2 Over voltage protection time delay characteristics Over voltage measuring elements are followed by an independently selectable time delay.12.

5W 6W 80W – 6000W (Ιn=5A. Vn=380/480V) 0. Vn=380/480V) 2W –P> (reverse power) 20W – 1500W (Ιn=5A. P343 Page 35/52 10.3% Equivalent Range in %Pn 2% .01s 10.13.025Hz) ±0.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342. Vn=100/120V) 2. Vn=100/120V) 2. Vn=380/480V) 0.01Hz Drop-off (Setting .01Hz Drop-off (Setting + 0.3% Equivalent Range in %Pn 2% .1 Accuracy Pick-up Setting ±0.14 Over frequency (81O) Settings Range Step Size f (for all stages) 45 – 68 Hz 0.1 Accuracy Pick-up Setting ±0.01 Hz t (for all stages) 0 – 100s 0. Vn=380/480V) 2W P< (low forward power) 20W – 1500W (Ιn=5A.01 Hz t (for all stages) 0 – 100s 0.5W 6W 80W – 6000W (Ιn=5A.01Hz DT operation ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater* * The operating will also include a time for the relay to frequency track 20Hz/second) 10. Vn=100/120V) 0.0.13 Under frequency (81U) Settings Range Step Size f (for all stages) 45 – 65 Hz 0.5W 16W – 1200W (Ιn=1A.157% 4W – 300W (Ιn=1A.5W 16W – 1200W (Ιn=1A.01s 10.15 Reverse power/low forward power/over power (32R /32L /32O) Settings Range Step Size Stage 1 Enable/disable Operating Mode Generating/Motoring Mode Reverse/low forward/over 4W – 300W (Ιn=1A.157% . Vn=100/120V) 0.01Hz DT operation ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater* * The operating will also include a time for the relay to frequency track (20Hz/second) 10.14.025Hz) ±0.

Vn=100/120V) 2.05 of setting ±10% Pick-up (angle variation) Expected pick-up angle ±1 degree Drop-off (angle variation) Expected drop-off angle ±2.2% 0.01s DO Timer 0 – 100s 0.2W – 400W (Ιn=1A.5W – 500W (Ιn=5A.1 Accuracy Pick-up Setting ±10% Reverse/Over Power 0. Vn=100/120V) 0. Vn=100/120V) 0.5% – 157% 0.5W 6.0W Equivalent range in %Pn 0.4W –P> (reverse power) 1.5% – 157% 0. Vn=100/120V) 0. Vn=100/120V) 0.15.2W – 400W (Ιn=1A. Vn=380/480V) 2.3% Equivalent Range in %Pn 2% .0W – 2000W (Ιn=5A.157% DT 0 – 100s 0. Vn=380/480V) 0.2% .95 of setting ±10% Drop-off Low forward Power 1.01s Stage 2 Same as Stage 1 10. Vn=380/480V) 2W P> (over power) 20W – 1500W (Ιn=5A.0W – 2000W (Ιn=5A.3W – 100W (Ιn=1A. Vn=380/480V) 2.1W 1.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 36/52 MiCOM P342.5 degree Operating time ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater Repeatability <5% Disengagement time <50ms tRESET ±5% Instantaneous operating time <50ms 10. P343 Settings Range Step Size 4W – 300W (Ιn=1A.0W Equivalent range in %Pn 0.3W – 100W (Ιn=1A.5W 6W 80W – 6000W (Ιn=5A.5W 6.5W 16W – 1200W (Ιn=1A. Vn=380/480V) 0.4W P< (low forward power 1.5W – 500W (Ιn=5A.16 Sensitive reverse power/low forward power/over power (32R /32L /32O) Settings Range Step Size Stage 1 Enable/Disable Operating Mode Generating/Motoring Mode Reverse/low forward/over 0. Vn=380/480V) 0.1W 1. Vn=100/120V) 0.

4Ω Ffail Alarm angle 15º – 75º 1º Ffail Alarm delay 0 – 100s 0.5 degree Operating time ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater Repeatability <5% Disengagement time <50ms tRESET ±5% Instantaneous operating time <50ms 10.1° Stage 2 Same as Stage 1 10.4Ω 25 – 325 Ω (Ιn=1A.0W Equivalent range in %Pn 0.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342. Vn=380/480V) 2ý 0 – 32 Ω (Ιn=5A. Vn=380/480V) 2ý 20 – 260 Ω (Ιn=5A. Vn=100/120V) 0.2% DT 0 – 100s 0. Vn=100/120V) 0. Vn=100/120V) 0.01s Compensation angle θC -5° – 5° 0.5W 6. -Xa2) 0 . Vn=100/120V) 0. Vn=100/120V) 0.1 of setting ±10% Pick-up (angle variation) Expected pick-up angle ±2 degree Drop-off (angle variation) Expected drop-off angle ±2.4W P> (over power) 1. Vn=380/480V) 0.5Ω 5 – 65 Ω (Ιn=5A. Vn=380/480V) 2. Vn=380/480V) 0.5W – 500W (Ιn=5A.5Ω 0 – 8 Ω (Ιn=5A. P343 Page 37/52 Settings Range Step Size 0.17 Field failure (40) Settings Range Step Size 0 – 40 Ω (Ιn=1A.1Ω Diameter (Xb1.16.3W – 100W (Ιn=1A.01s Ffail 1 & 2 time delay 0 – 100s 0.1 Accuracy Pick-up Setting ±10% Reverse/Over Power 0.1Ω Mho offset (-Xa1. Vn=380/480V) 0.9 of setting ±10% Drop-off Low forward Power 1.2W – 400W (Ιn=1A.01s Ffail 1& 2 drop off timer 0 – 100s 0.01s .01s DO Timer 0 – 100s 0.160 Ω (Ιn=1A. Xb2) 100 – 1300 Ω (Ιn=1A.1W 1. Vn=100/120V) 0.0W – 2000W (Ιn=5A.5% – 157% 0.

01 Ιn Ι2>1 time delay 2 – 60s 0.5 Ιn 0.1s Ι2>2 trip 0. P343 10.1s Ι2>2 tmax 500 – 2000s 10s Ι2>2 tmin 0 – 100 0.03 – 0.5 – 3.04 V/Hz 1.18.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 38/52 MiCOM P342.01s Note: V/Hz setting refers to secondary voltage and the nominal frequency.1s Ι2>2 Kreset 2 – 40s 0.5 Ιn 0.04 V/Hz V/f Trip TMS 1 – 63 1 V/f Trip Delay 0 – 100s 0.5 – 3.01s 10. .1 Accuracy mho characteristic Characteristic shape ±5% Pick-up linear characteristic Characteristic shape ±10% mho characteristic 105% of setting ±5% Drop-off linear characteristic 105% of setting ±10% ±2% or 50ms whichever is Operating time greater Repeatability <1% Disengagement <50ms time 10.18 Negative phase sequence thermal (46) Settings Range Step Size Ι2>1 alarm 0.0 – 14V/Hz (Vn=380/480V) 0.01s V/f Alarm Delay 0 – 100s 0.01 V/Hz V/f alarm 6.1 Accuracy Pick-up Formula ±5% Drop-off 95% of Pick-up ±5% Operating time ±5% or 55ms whichever is greater Repeatability <5% Disengagement time <30ms 10.01 Ιn Ι2>2 K 2 – 40s 0.0 – 14V/Hz (Vn=380/480V) 0.05 – 0.17.01 V/Hz V/f trip 6.5V/Hz (Vn=100/120V) 0.19 Volts/Hz (24) Settings Range Step Size 1.5V/Hz (Vn=100/120V) 0.

1 Ιn 10 to 120V (Vn=100/120V) 0.04V Dead Mach tPU 0 to 10s 0.1 Accuracy Ι> Setting ±5% Pick-up V< Setting ±5% Ι> 95% of setting ±5% Drop-off V< 105% of setting ±5% Operating time ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater Repeatability 2.01V Dead Mach V< 40 to 480V (Vn=380/480V) 0.21.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342. P343 Page 39/52 10.21 Resistive temperature detectors Setting Min Max Step RTD# alarm temperature 0°C 200°C 1°C RTD# trip temperature 0°C 200°C 1°C RTD Alarm delay 0s 100 s 1s RTD Trip delay 0s 100 s 1s 10.20.20 Unintentional energisation at standstill (dead machine) {P343} Settings Range Step Size Dead Mach Ι> 0.19.1s Dead Mach tDO 0 to 10s 0.1 Accuracy Pick up Setting ±1°C Drop off (Setting .1s 10.5% or 10ms whichever is greater 10.1 Accuracy Pick-up Setting ±5% Drop-off 95% of Pick-up ±5% IDMT operating time ±5% or 60ms whichever is greater Definite time ±2% or 30ms whichever is greater Repeatability <1% 10.1°C) Operating time ±2% or <1100ms .08 to 4 Ιn 0.

Vn=380/480V) 0.4 .1Ω ZA (Lens Forward Reach) 2 .1 . T2 and Reset Timer ±2% or 10ms whichever is greater .5 .350Ω (Ιn=1A.01s Timer T2 0 .150° 1° Timer T1 0 .22.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 40/52 MiCOM P342. Vn=100/120V) 0.70Ω (Ιn=5A.1 .1Ω ZB (Lens Reverse reach) 2 .1s 0. Vn=100/120V) 0.1400Ω (Ιn=1A.280Ω (Ιn=5A.280Ω (Ιn=5A.70Ω (Ιn=5A.01s 10. Vn=380/480V) 2Ω 0. Vn=100/120V) 0.280Ω (Ιn=5A.5 .5Ω 0.4 .4Ω Lens Angle (α) 90° .20 1 Reset Time 0 -100s 0. Vn=380/480V) 0. Vn=380/480V) 2Ω 0.5Ω 0.5% T1.1Ω Zc (Reactance line) 2 .5 .5° characteristic Blinder DO Blinder DO characteristic ±1° Repeatability <2. Vn=380/480V) 0.1400Ω (Ιn=1A.4Ω 0. Vn=100/120V) 0.90° 1° 0. P343 10.350Ω (Ιn=1A.20 1 Zone2 Slip Count 1.70Ω (Ιn=5A. Vn=100/120V) 0. Vn=380/480V) 2Ω 0.4 .350Ω (Ιn=1A.5Ω 0. forward and Lens DO characteristic reverse reach (ZA+ZB) + 5% Lens DO Lens DO characteristic ±5% Drop-off Blinder DO Blinder displaced by (ZA+ZB)/2 x tan 87.1 Accuracy Lens characteristic Setting ±5% Pick-up Blinder ±1° Reactance line Setting ±5% Lens angle adjusted by -5°. Vn=100/120V) 0.01s Blinder Angle (θ) 20° .22 Pole slipping (78) {P343} Settings Range Step Size 0.1400Ω (Ιn=1A.4Ω Zone1 Slip Count 1.1 .1s 0.

23 Thermal overload (49) Settings Range Step Size Thermal I> 0. for motoring mode. For both characteristics the hysteresis is reset when the impedance locus leaves the lens. Hysteresis for the blinder is dependant on the mode of operation.200 minutes 1 minute T-cooling 1 . the blinder is adjusted to the right. the hysteresis consists of an angle of 5° subtracted from the α setting to increase the lens size and an increment of 5% applied to ZA and ZB to extend the reach. Blinder X Hysteresis for motoring mode 175° R Lens Impedance centre Hysteresis for generating mode P2190ENa Figure 4: Hysteresis of the pole slipping characteristic 10.10 1 .22.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.2. P343 Page 41/52 10.5 . with a distance which is equivalent to an angle separation of 175°.01 Ιn Thermal Alarm 20 -100% 1% T-heating 1 .5°.200 minutes 1 minute M Factor 0 .5 Ιn 0. the blinder is adjusted to the left. Hysteresis is not required for the reactance line as Zone 1 or Zone 2 is determined at a single point when the locus traverses the blinder.2 Hysteresis Hysteresis is applied to the lenticular characteristic and to the blinder as soon as they pick up individually. For generating mode. This distance is equivalent to (ZA + ZB) / 2*tan87. For the lens. This is shown in Figure 4.

2 Current transformer supervision The ΙN and VN thresholds take the same values as set for the directional earth fault element.10s 1s .08 Ιn to 32 Ιn 0.1. Settings Range Step Size 0.01 Ιn VTS Time Delay 1.1s 11.U.5 .1 Voltage transformer supervision Name Range Step Size Negative phase sequence Fixed 10V (100/120V) 40V (380/480V) voltage threshold (V2) P.1 Ιn Fixed VTS Ι2> Inhibit 0.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 42/52 MiCOM P342.01 Ιn VTS Ι> Inhibit 0.O.5 Ιn 0. 30V.22V (Vn = 100/120V) 0.10s 1s CTS Time Delay 0 .01Ιn Time delay t 0 . 10V (100/120V) Fixed Phase overvoltage P.08Ιn .O. SUPERVISORY FUNCTIONS 11.4Ιn 0.U.23.1 Accuracy Pick-up Thermal alarm Calculated trip time ±5% Thermal overload Calculated trip time ±5% Cooling time accuracy ±5% of theoretical Repeatability <2.0 – 10s 0.88V (Vn = 380 / 440V) 2V ΙN> 0.1 Accuracy Fast block operation <25ms Fast block reset <30ms Time delay Setting ±2% or 20ms whichever is greater 11. P343 10.120V.40V (380/480V) Superimposed current 0.05 Ιn to 0. D.5% 11. D.5V VN < 2 .

Measurand Range Accuracy Current 0.05 to 3 Ιn 0.2 to 3 Ιn power factor Phase accuracy 0° to 360° ±0.0% of reading 0.1 Accuracy ΙN> Setting ±5% Pick-up VN < Setting ±5% ΙN> 0.9 x Setting ±5% Drop-off VN < (1.05 x Setting) ±5% or 1V whichever is greater Time delay operation Setting ±2% or 20ms whichever is greater CTS block operation < 1 cycle CTS reset < 35ms 12. P343 Page 43/52 11.2 Accuracy Output conditioner timer Setting ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater Dwell conditioner timer Setting ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater Pulse conditioner timer Setting ±2% or 50ms whichever is greater 13.1 Measurements Accuracy under reference conditions.2 to 2 Vn ±5% of reading at zero Energy (Wh) 0. PROGRAMMABLE SCHEME LOGIC 12.05 to 2 Vn ±1.2 to 2 Vn ±5% of reading at unity Power (W) 0.2 to 2 Vn ±5% of reading at zero Energy (Varh) 0.5° .05 to 3 Ιn power factor 0.2 to 2 Vn Apparent Power (VA) ±5% of reading 0.05 to 3 Ιn ±1.0% of reading Voltage 0.2 to 3 Ιn power factor 0.1 Level settings Settings Range Step Size Time delay t 0-14400000ms (4 hrs) 1ms 12.2.05 to 3 Ιn power factor 0. MEASUREMENTS AND RECORDING FACILITIES 13.2 to 2 Vn ±5% of reading at zero Reactive Power (VArs) 0.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.

1 CLI1 Maximum -9999 to +9999 0.2.3 Current loop input and outputs (CLIO) Current loop inputs Settings Range Step Size CLI1 Input Type 0-1mA. P343 Measurand Range Accuracy Frequency 5 to 70Hz ±0.1s CLI1 Trip Fn Over/Under CLI1 Trip Set CLI1 Minimum .025Hz 13.1mA (4-20 mA input only) Stage 2/3/4 Same as stage 1 Repeat for current loop inputs 2.1 CLI1 Alarm Fn Over/Under CLI1 Alarm Set CLI1 Minimum .2 IRIG-B and real time clock 13.CLI1 Maximum CLI1 Trip Delay 0-100s 0. format External clock synchronisation B12X 13.CLI1 Maximum CLI1 Alarm Delay 0-100s 0. 3 and 4 .P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 44/52 MiCOM P342. 0-10mA. 0-20mA.2.1s CLI1 I< Alm Set 0-4mA 0. minutes and seconds Calendar settable from January 1994 to December 2092 Clock and calendar maintained via battery after loss of auxiliary supply Internal clock synchronisation using IRIG-B Interface for IRIG-B signal is BNC 13.2 Performance Year 2000 Compliant Real time clock accuracy < ±1 second / day Modulation ratio 1/3 or 1/6 Input signal peak-peak amplitude 200 mV to 20 V Input impedance at 1000 Hz 6000 Ω Conforms to IRIG standard 200-98.1 Features Real time 24 hour clock settable in hours. 4-20mA CLI1 Minimum -9999 to +9999 0.

step size and unit corresponds to the CLO1 Minimum selected parameter in the table below Range. P343 Page 45/52 Current loop outputs Settings Range Step Size CLO1 Output Type 0-1mA.01A 0A 1. 3 and 4 Current loop output parameters are shown in the following table: Current Loop Default Default Output Abbreviation Units Range Step Min Max Parameter Current Magnitude IA Magnitude A 0 to 16A 0.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342. 4-20mA CLO1 Set Values Primary/Secondary A list of parameters are shown in the table CLO1 Parameter below Range.2A Input Magnitude Phase Sequence I1 Magnitude A 0 to 16A 0.1V 0V 80V Magnitude VN Derived Mag 3rd Harmonic VN 3rd Harmonic V 0 to 200V 0.1V 0V 140V Magnitude VBC Magnitude VCA Magnitude P-N voltage VAN Magnitude V 0 to 200V 0.1V 0V 80V VBN RMS* VCN RMS* Frequency Frequency Hz 0 to 70Hz 0.01A 0A 1.2A IB Magnitude IC Magnitude IN Measured Mag Sensitive Current I Sen Magnitude A 0 to 2A 0. step size and unit corresponds to the CLO1 Maximum selected parameter in the table below Repeat for current loop outputs 2.2A IB RMS* IC RMS* P-P Voltage VAB Magnitude V 0 to 200V 0.2A Current I2 Magnitude Components I0 Magnitude RMS Phase Currents IA RMS* A 0 to 16A 0.01Hz 45Hz 65Hz 3 Ph Active Power 3 Phase Watts* W -6000W 1W 0W 300W to 6000W 3 Ph Reactive Power 3 Phase Vars* Var -6000Var 1Var 0Var 300Var to 6000Var .01A 0A 1.1V 0V 80V Voltage V2 Magnitude Components V0 Magnitude RMS Phase Voltages VAN RMS* V 0 to 200V 0. 0-10mA.01A 0A 1. 0-20mA.1V 0V 80V Neutral Voltage Phase Sequence V1 Magnitude* V 0 to 200V 0.1V 0V 80V Magnitude VBN Magnitude VCN Magnitude Neutral Voltage VN Measured Mag V 0 to 200V 0.

01 0 120 Stator Thermal Thermal Overload % 0 to 200 0.01 0 1 Single Phase Active A Phase Watts* W -2000W 1W 0W 100W Power B Phase Watts* to C Phase Watts* 2000W Single Phase A Phase Vars* Var -2000Var 1Var 0Var 100Var Reactive Power B Phase Vars* to C Phase Vars* 2000Var Single Phase A Phase VA* VA 0 1VA 0VA 100VA Apparent Power B Phase VA* to C Phase VA* 2000VA Single Phase Power APh Power Factor* -1 to 1 0. Vars and power factor is affected by the Measurements Mode setting.01 0 1 Factor BPh Power Factor* CPh Power Factor* 3 Phase Current IA Fixed Demand* A 0 to 16A 0.01A 0A 1.01 0 120 State RTD Temperatures RTD 1* °C -40°C 0. P343 Current Loop Default Default Output Abbreviation Units Range Step Min Max Parameter 3 Ph Apparent 3 Phase VA* VA 0 1VA 0VA 300VA Power to 6000VA 3 Ph Power Factor 3Ph Power Factor* .5 power system cycle or less. the internal refresh rate is nominally 1s.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 46/52 MiCOM P342. . others are 0.1°C 0°C 200°C RTD 2* to RTD 3* 300°C RTD 4* RTD 5* RTD 6* RTD 7* RTD 8* RTD 9* RTD 10* Current Loop Inputs CL Input 1 .2A Demands IB Fixed Demand* IC Fixed Demand* IA Roll Demand* IB Roll Demand* IC Roll Demand* IA Peak Demand* IB Peak Demand* IC Peak Demand* 3Ph Active Power 3Ph W Fix Demand* W -6000W 1W 0W 300W Demands 3Ph W Roll Dem* to 3Ph W Peak Dem* 6000W 3Ph Reactive Power 3Ph Vars Fix Dem* Var -6000Var 1Var 0Var 300Var Demands 3Ph Var Roll Dem* to 3Ph Var Peak Dem* 6000Var Rotor Thermal State NPS Thermal % 0 to 200 0.1 0 9999 CL Input 2 to CL Input 3 9999 CL input 4 Note 1: For measurements marked with an asterisk. -1 to 1 0. -9999 0. Note 2: The polarity of Watts.

see table above) Current loop output accuracy ±0.3. P343 Page 47/52 Note 3: These settings are for nominal 1A and 100/120V versions only.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.5% of full scale Repeatability <5% With the current loop input set to instantaneous operation. Note 4: For the P343.07s or <70ms depending on the CLIO output parameter’s internal Current loop output latency refresh rate – (1s or 0.3. two consecutive acquisitions of data are required for an operate decision to be made. IB-1 Magnitude. IC-1 Magnitude.1 Accuracy Current loop input accuracy ±1% of full scale Current loop input Under setting +1% of full scale drop-off threshold Over setting -1% of full scale Current loop input sampling interval 50ms Current loop input instantaneous < 250ms operating time ±2% setting or 200ms whichever is the Current loop input DT operating time greater Current loop output conversion interval 50ms <1. the IA/IB/IC Current magnitudes are IA-1 Magnitude. 13.8V Current loop output open circuit voltage <25V Isolation between common output channels Zero 2kV rms for Isolation between output channels and case earth/other circuits 1 minute .5 cycle. For other nominal versions they need to be multiplied accordingly. 13.2 Other specifications Current loop input load resistance 0-1mA <4kΩ Current loop input load resistance 0-10mA/0-20mA/4-20mA <300Ω Isolation between common input channels Zero 2kV rms for Isolation between input channels and case earth/other circuits 1 minute 0-1mA/0-10mA 10V Current loop output compliance voltage 0-20mA/4-20mA 8.

1.005 – 0.1 – 10.5s 10ms Trigger position 0 – 100% 0.001s Fault frequency count 0 – 9999 1 Fault frequency time 0 – 9999 1 15.1. 32 digital channels.01s 15. P343 14.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 48/52 MiCOM P342.01 – 600s 0.1 CB monitor settings Setting Range Step Broken Ι^ (mult) 1–2 0. PLANT SUPERVISION 15.1 Ι^ Maintenance 1 – 25000 (x (CT ratio^mult)) A 1 (x (CT ratio^mult)) A Ι^ Lockout 1 – 25000 (x (CT ratio^mult)) A 1 (x (CT ratio^mult)) A No CB Ops maintenance 1 – 10000 1 No CB Ops lockout 1 – 10000 1 CB time maintenance 0.5s 0.005 – 0. single or extended trigger modes 14.5s 0.2 Accuracy Magnitude and relative phases ±5% of applied quantities Duration ±2% Trigger position ±2% (minimum trigger 100ms) 15.3 Accuracy Timers ±2% or 20ms whichever is greater Broken current accuracy ±5% .1.1 CB state monitoring control and condition monitoring 15.1 Level settings Settings Range Step Size Duration 0.1% 8 analogue channels.001s CB time lockout 0. DISTURBANCE RECORDS 14.2 CB control settings Setting Range Step Man close RstDly 0.

0005 Ιn 15. (If current operation/external device is not applicable) 15. or • circuit breaker open auxiliary contact.3 Undercurrent settings Name Range Step Size Phase Ι< 0.2.2 Timer accuracy Timers ±2% or 40ms whichever is greater Reset time <30ms 15.4 Undercurrent accuracy Pick-up ±10% or 25mA whichever is the greater Operating time <12ms (Typical <10ms) Reset <15ms (Typical <10ms) 16.01s The timers are reset by: • undercurrent elements operating. INPUT AND OUTPUT SETTING RANGES 16.Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.3.2.01 Ιn Earth ΙN< 0. Primary Range Secondary Range 1 to 30000 Amps Current transformer 1 or 5 Amps step size 1A 100V to 1000 kV 80 to 140V (Vn = 100/120V) Voltage transformer step size 1V 320 to 560V (Vn = 380/480V) .2 Ιn 0.8 Ιn 0.2.1 Timer settings Setting Range Step CB fail 1 timer 0 – 10s 0.3.01 Ιn Sensitive Earth ΙSEF< 0.2 CB fail and backtrip breaker fail 15.0. or • initiating element drop-off (loss of external initiating signal).02 .2.2 Ιn 0.001 . for example the earth fault CT ratio can be different to that used for the phase currents.01s CB fail 2 timer 0 – 10s 0. P343 Page 49/52 15.02 .1 CT and VT ratio settings The primary and secondary rating can be independently set for each set of CT or VT inputs.

The 23rd is the first predominant harmonic that is not attenuated by the Fourier filter and this is known as an ‘Alias’. In the absence of a suitable signal to amplitude track. The combined affect of the anti-aliasing and Fourier filters is shown below: 1. In the presence of a signal within the tracking range (5 to 70Hz). P343 17.2 Power frequency (eg 50/60 Hz) Magnitude (per unit) 1 Combined response of fourier and anti-aliasing filters 0. For small deviations of ±1Hz. the relay will lock on to the signal and the measured frequency will coincide with the power frequency as labelled in the diagram above.4 0. the sample rate defaults to the selected rated frequency (Fn).8 0. This gives good harmonic rejection for frequencies up to the 23rd harmonic. FREQUENCY RESPONSE With the exception of the RMS measurements all other measurements and protection functions are based on the Fourier derived fundamental component.6 V lithium thionyl chloride battery (SAFT advanced battery reference LS14250) 18. With frequency tracking the sampling rate of the analogue / digital conversion is automatically adjusted to match the applied signal. an improvement is obtained by the addition of frequency tracking.6 Anti-aliasing filter response 0. The fundamental component is extracted by using a 24 sample Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT). this is not a problem but to allow for larger deviations. analogue. BATTERY LIFE Battery life (assuming relay energised for 90% of time) > 10 years 1/2 AA size 3. ‘anti-aliasing’ filter (low pass filter).P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 50/52 MiCOM P342.2 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 Harmonic P1124ENa Figure 5: Frequency response For power frequencies that are not equal to the selected rated frequency the harmonics would not be attenuated to zero amplitude. . However. The resulting outputs for harmonics up to the 23rd will be zero. the Alias is attenuated by approximately 85% by an additional.

“Even” or “None” Modbus or DNP3.000 bits/s Courier 1200/2400/4800/9600/ DNP3.247 (step 1) Modbus only DNP3.1 Front Port Setting Protocol Courier Message format IEC 60870-5 FT1.0 only Baud rate 9600 or 19200 bits/s IEC 60870-5-CS103 only 9600/19200/38400 Modbus only bits/s 64.2 Baud rate 19 200 bits/s 19.0 Parity “Odd”.30 minutes (step 1) Not DNP3. P343 Page 51/52 19.255 (step 1) IEC 60870-5-CS103 and Courier Modbus address 1 .Technical Data P34x/EN TD/F33 MiCOM P342.0 communication protocol Compliant .0 Remote address 0 .0 Measurement period 1 . LOCAL AND REMOTE COMMUNICATIONS The following claims for Local & Remote Communications are applicable to the P34x range of generator relays. Modbus and DNP3.1 Performance Front and rear ports conforming to Courier communication protocol Compliant Rear ports conforming to Modbus communication protocol Compliant Rear ports conforming to IEC 60870-5-CS103 communication Compliant protocol Rear ports conforming to DNP3.0 19200/38400 bits/s Inactivity timer 1 .65519 (step 1) DNP3.0 address 1 .2 Rear Port Rear Port Settings Setting Options Setting Available For: Physical links EIA(RS)485 or Fibre optic IEC 60870-5-CS103 EIA(RS)485 only only Courier.0 19.60 minutes (step 1) IEC only Time sync Enabled / Disabled DNP3.2. 19.

3 Second rear communications port Setting Setting Options Setting Available For: RP2 Port Config EIA(RS)232. 10 bit frame RP2 Address 0 – 255 (step 1) All RP2 InactivTimer 1 – 30 minutes (step 1) All RP2 Baud Rate 9600/19200/38400 EIA(RS)232 and bits/s EIA(RS)485 Note: To avoid exceeding second rear communications port flash clearances the length of the cable. 11bit EIA(RS)232 and frame or EIA(RS)485 IEC60870. The communications cable should be screened with screen earthed at one end only.P34x/EN TD/F33 Technical Data Page 52/52 MiCOM P342.2. P343 19. . between the port and associated communications equipment should be limited to 300 metres. EIA(RS)485 or kbus RP2 Comms Mode IEC60870 FT1. In situations where 300 metres may be insufficient it must be ensured that the communications cable is not laid in close proximity to high current carrying conductors.