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Reyrolle

Protection
Devices

7SR10 Argus
Overcurrent Relay
67/51 Directional Time Delayed Overcurrent

7SR10 Argus 67/51G/N/SEF


81
Directional Time Delayed Earth Fault
Under/Over Frequency
Overcurrent Relay 81HBL2 Inrush Detector

Supervision
60CTS CT Supervision
60VTS VT Supervision
74T/CCS Trip and Close Circuit Supervision
81THD Total Harmonic Distortion Supervision

Control
79 Auto Reclose
86 Lockout
CB Control
CB Trip/Close

Features
Two Setting Groups (7SR1002/7SR1003)
Four Setting Groups (7SR1004)
Password Protection – 2 levels
User Programmable Logic
Self Monitoring
Circuit Breaker Trip and Maintenance Counter
Trip Timers
Description

The 7SR10 overcurrent relay is developed by using the latest


User Interface
generation of hardware technology and is available in
multiple variants depending on voltage inputs, power 20 Character x 4 Line Backlit LCD
supply, binary input/binary output configuration and data
Menu Navigation Keys
communication facility. 7SR10 is a member of Siemens
9 User Programmable Tri-colour LEDs
Reyrolle® protection devices Argus product family.
User Language Configuration
Dedicated circuit breaker open and close push buttons
The 7SR10 overcurrent relay consists of non directional
functions and with additional Voltage inputs providing
directional functions. Monitoring Functions
The 7SR10 overcurrent relay is housed in a 4U high, size 4
non draw-out case and these relays provide protection, Primary/Secondary Current Phases and Earth
monitoring, instrumentation, and metering with integrated Direction of Faults
input and output logic, data logging and fault reports. Primary/Secondary Line and Phase Voltages
Communication access to the relay functionality is via a front Apparent Power and Power Factor
USB port for local PC connection or rear electrical RS485 Real and Reactive Power
(optional) port for remote connection. W Hr & VAr Hr Forward and Reverse
Historical Demand Record
Positive Phase Sequence (PPS) Voltage & Current
Function Overview Negative Phase Sequence (NPS) Voltage & Current
Zero Phase Sequence (ZPS) Voltage and Current
Protection
Total Harmonic Distortion
27/59 Under/Over Voltage Frequency
32 Directional Power Binary Input/Output status
32S Directional Sensitive Power Trip circuit healthy/failure
37/37G/37SEF Undercurrent Phase/Measured/Sensitive E/F Time and date
46BC Broken Conductor/Load Unbalance Starters
46NPS Negative Phase Sequence Overcurrent Fault records
47NPS Negative Phase Sequence Overvoltage Event records
49 Thermal Overload Energy
50 Instantaneous Overcurrent Circuit breaker trip counters
50BF Circuit Breaker Fail I2 t summation for contact wear
50G/N/SEF Instantaneous Earth Fault Thermal Overload Status Monitoring
51 Time Delayed Overcurrent
51c Cold Load
51G/N/SEF Time Delayed Measured/Derived/Sensitive EF Hardware
51V Voltage Controlled Overcurrent
55 Power Factor
59N Neutral Voltage Displacement 4 CT 3 Binary Inputs/3 Binary Outputs 10 LEDs
64H High Impedance REF 4 CT 6 Binary Inputs/6 Binary Outputs 10 LEDs
67/50 Directional Instantaneous Overcurrent 4 CT/3 VT 9 Binary Inputs/6 Binary Outputs 10 LEDs
67/50G/N/SEF Directional Instantaneous Earth Fault
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7SR10
Data Storage and 37
49
50
51V
67/ 67/
81 32 55
50 51 51c

Communication IL1 (x2) BF HBL2 (x2) (x2)


(x4) (x4)
(IA)
37 50 67/ 67/
49 51V 81 32 55
50 51 51c
IL2 (x2) BF
(x4) (x4)
HBL2 (x2) (x2)
(IB)
Front USB port + Rear RS485 port (optional) 37
49
50
51V
67/
50
67/
51
81
51c
32 55
IL3 (x2) BF
Protocols - IEC60870-5-103, DNP3.0 or Modbus RTU (IC)
(x4) (x4)
HBL2 (x2) (x2)

Event Records - User Configurable 46


46
50
67/ 67/
60 60
NPS 50N 51N
Fault Records BC
(x2)
BF
(x4) (x4)
CTS VTS

Waveform Records 67/ 67/ 67/ 67/ 81


Measurands I4 37 SEF
(x2)
50
BF
50SEF
(x4)
51SEF
(x4)
50G
(x4)
51G
(x4)
64H
32S
(x2)
HBL2
G
37G
(x2)
(IG/
Commands SEF)

Time Synchronism
27
Viewing and Changing Settings V1 59
(x4)
Communication Meter
27
47 81 59N
V2 59
(x2) (x4) (x2)
(x4)

Application V3
27
59
86
74
T/CCS

(x4)

The 7SR10 overcurrent relay is a numerical overcurrent 79 Optional Version D software


protection relay intended for use in the distribution and
industrial networks. It provides a highly comprehensive
functional software package with a range of integral Fig 2. 7SR10 Directional Overcurrent Relay
application functions aimed at reducing installation, wiring,
and engineering time.

The 7SR10 overcurrent relay consists of overcurrent and


Description of Functionality
earth fault protection functions and with additional voltage 27/59 Under/Over Voltage
inputs providing directional, voltage, frequency, and power
Each element has settings for pickup level, drop-off level and
protection functions.
Definite Time Lag (DTL) delays. Operates if voltage exceeds
setting for duration of delay.
A wide range of measured values can be viewed on the
front LCD or remotely via the communication channel.
32 Power
The integrated control feature allows the operation of a Each element has settings for pickup level, Definite Time Lag
single circuit breaker and monitoring its trip and closed (DTL) delay and Direction. Each element can be set as Under or
circuits. Over power, to operate from Apparent, Real or Reactive power
and can be set for any phase or all three phases.

7SR10 Functional Diagram 32S Sensitive Power


This is provided in 4 pole SEF relays and provides elements
operated by single phase measured current in the ISEF input.
7SR10 Each element has settings for pickup level, Definite Time Lag
(DTL) delay and Direction. Each element can be set as Under or
81
49
50 50 51 81 51c Over power, to operate from Apparent, Real or Reactive power.
IL1 THD BF (x2) (x2) HBL2
(IA)
37 Undercurrent
81 50 50 51 81
THD
49
BF (x2) (x2) HBL2
51c Each element has settings for pickup level and Definite Time
IL2
(IB) Lag (DTL) delays. Operates if current falls below setting for
duration of delay.
81 50 50 51 81
49 51c
IL3 THD BF (x2) (x2) HBL2
(IC) 46BC Phase Unbalance/Broken Conductor
46
46
50N 51N
81 Element has settings for pickup level and DTL delay. With the
NPS HBL2
BC
(x2)
(x2) (x2)
N circuit breaker closed, if the NPS: PPS current ratio is above
setting this could be due to a broken conductor.
I4
81
(IG) 51SEF 50SEF 50G 51G 50
HBL2 46NPS Negative Phase Sequence Overcurrent
(x2) (x2) (x2) (x2) BF
G
Each element has user settings for pickup level and IDMTL or
DTL delay. The element operates if NPS current exceeds
74
86
T/CCS setting and delay. NPS current elements can be used to
detect unbalances on the system or remote earth faults
when a delta-star transformer is in circuit.
79 Optional Version D software
47NPS Negative Phase Sequence Overvoltage
Each element has settings for pickup level and Definite Time
Fig 1. 7SR10 Non-Directional Overcurrent Relay
Lag (DTL) delays. Operates if NPS voltage exceeds setting for
duration of delay.

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49 Thermal Overload 1000

The thermal algorithm calculates the thermal states from the


measured currents and can be applied to lines, cables and
transformers. Alarm outputs are given for thermal overload
and thermal capacity.

51c Cold Load Protection 100

If a circuit breaker is closed onto a ‘cold’ load, i.e. one that


has not been powered for a prolonged period, this can
impose a higher than normal load-current demand on the Time
system which could exceed normal settings. These (sec)

conditions can exist for an extended period and must not be


interpreted as a fault. To allow optimum setting levels to be
10
applied for normal operation, the cold load pickup feature Long Time Inverse
applies alternative current settings for a limited period.

The feature resets when either the circuit breaker has been Normal Inverse

closed for a settable period or if the current has reduced


beneath a set level for a user set period.
1
Very Inverse
50/51 Phase Fault
50 INST/DTL and 51 IDMTL/DTL elements provide overcurrent
protection, each with independent settings for pickup
current, time-multiplier (51) and time-delays. User can select Extremely Inverse

IEC or ANSI time current characteristics. The IDMT stage has


a user selectable reset characteristic, either DTL or shaped 0.1
current ~ time reset characteristic to improve the grading 1 2 3 4 5 6 8
10 20 30 40 50 60 80
100
Current (multiples of setting)
with electromechanical protection.
Fig 3. IEC Overcurrent Curves
50G/51G/50N/51N/50SEF/51SEF Earth Fault/Sensitive 1000

Earth Fault
Two earth fault measurement modes are available. One
mode directly measures the earth current from an
independent CT, or the residual connection of the 3 line CTs.
This input can be ordered as earth fault or sensitive earth
fault (50G/51G/50SEF/51SEF). 100

The second mode derives the earth current internally from


the 3 phase CT inputs to give earth fault (50N/51N).
Time
(sec)
50G/50N/50SEF INST/DTL and 51G/51N/51SEF IDMTL/DTL
elements provide earth fault protection, each with
10
independent settings for pickup current, time-multiplier
(51G/51N/51SEF), and time-delays. User can select IEC or
ANSI time current characteristics. The IDMT stage has a user
selectable reset characteristic either DTL or shaped current ~
time reset characteristic to improve grading with
electromechanical protection.
Moderately Inverse
1

Very Inverse

Extremely Inverse

0.1
2 3 4 5 6 8 20 30 40 50 60 80
1 10 100
Current (multiples of setting)

Fig 4. ANSI Overcurrent Curves

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50BF Circuit Breaker Fail 74T/CCS Trip and Close Circuit Supervision
The circuit breaker fail function may be triggered from an The trip or close circuit(s) can be monitored via binary
internal trip signal or from a binary input. Line currents and inputs. Trip circuit failure raises an HMI alarm and output(s).
earth currents are monitored following a trip signal and an
output is issued if any current is still detected above the 81HBL2 Inrush Restraint
setting after a specified time interval. Alternatively, if the Where second harmonic current is detected (i.e. during
trip is from a mechanical protection the circuit breaker transformer energisation) user selectable elements can be
position can be used to determine a failure. A second time blocked and an alarm given.
delay is available to enable another stage to be utilized if
required. An input is also available to bypass the time delays 81THD Total Harmonic Distortion Supervision
when the circuit breaker is known to be faulty. Total harmonic distortion is the percentage of harmonics
present in fundamental frequency current. THD calculates
51V Voltage Controlled Overcurrent the 2 nd to 15th harmonic currents presents inline current and
Each phase shaped overcurrent element can be displayed in the ‘Harmonic Meter’ window as a percentage of
independently controlled by the level of measured input fundamental frequency current. Separate THD threshold
voltage. For applied voltages above setting, the 51-n setting and delay is available as a function.
element operates in accordance with its current setting but
for voltages below the setting a multiplier is applied to 81 Under/Overfrequency
reduce the 51-n pick up current setting. Each element has settings for pickup level, drop-off level and
Definite Time Lag (DTL) delays. Operates if frequency exceeds
55 Power Factor setting for duration of delay. Typically applied in load shedding
Each element has settings for Under or Over Power Factor schemes.
pickup level, Definite Time Lag (DTL) delay and Lead/Lag Direc-
tion. Each can also be set for any phase or all three phases Programmable Logic
operation. The user can map binary inputs, protection elements, LEDs
and binary outputs together in a logical scheme.
59N Neutral Overvoltage
Neutral overvoltage can be used to detect earth faults in high Up to 4 logic equations can be defined using standard logic
impedance earthed or isolated systems. functions e.g. Timers, AND/OR gates, Inverters and Counters
Operates if the neutral voltage exceeds setting for duration of to provide the user required functionality.
delay.
Each logic equation output can be used for alarm &
60CTS CT Supervision indication and/or tripping.
The relay has two methods of CT supervision. The 7SR10 Direc-
tional monitors each phase current input and operates if any Virtual Inputs/Outputs
one or two inputs fall below the setting. An addition method There are 8 virtual inputs/outputs to provide internal logical
that considers the presence of negative phase sequence cur- states to assist in the application of the functions. Each
rent, without an equivalent level of negative phase sequence virtual I/O can be assigned in the same way as a physical I/O.
voltage, for a user set time as a CT failure.
Circuit Breaker Maintenance
Both element types have user operate and delay settings. Two circuit breaker operations counters are provided to
assist with maintenance scheduling. The maintenance
60VTS VT Supervision counter records the overall number of operations and the
The VT supervision uses a combination of negative phase delta counter records the number of operations since the
sequence voltage and negative phase sequence current to last reset.
detect a VT fuse failure. This condition may be alarmed or used
to inhibit voltage dependent functions. Element has user oper- An I2 t summation counter provides a measure of the contact
ate and delay settings. wear indicating the total energy interrupted by the circuit
breaker contacts.
64H Restricted Earth Fault
The measured earth fault input may be used in a 64H high Each counter has a user set target operations count which,
impedance restricted earth fault scheme to provide sensitive when reached, can be mapped to raise alarms/binary
high-speed unit protection. A calculation is required to deter- outputs. A CB Trip Time meter is also available, which
mine the values of the external series stabilizing resistor and measures the time between the trip or open command being
non-linear shunt resistor which can be ordered separately. issued and the auxiliary contacts changing state.

67/67N/67G/67SEF Directional Control Control Mode


Phase, derived, measured, and sensitive earth fault elements The relay has a control menu with access to commonly used
can be directionalised. Each element can be user set to command operations. Access to the control commands is
Forward, Reverse, or Non-directional. restricted by a 4 character control function password. Each
command requires a select then execute operation, if the
Directional Phase Fault elements are polarized from quadrature execute operation is not performed within a time window
voltage. the command is aborted. The control mode supports the CB
Operation control function only.
Derived earth fault elements can be user set to be polarized
from residual voltage or negative phase sequence voltage.
Measured and sensitive earth fault elements are polarized
from V0.

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CB Open/Close
The circuit breaker (CB) control function is used to manually Reydisp Manager
open and close the CB when it is connected to the power
system. Two dedicated push buttons are provided on the Reydisp Manager is a Windows based application which
HMI to execute the CB manual close and open operations. enables configuration of multiple Reyrolle devices.

Standard Version – Plus 79 Auto-Reclose It provides the following features:


• Project based handling of all features of multiple devices
A high proportion of faults on an overhead line network is
transient and can be cleared quickly by high speed tripping • Template based structure allowing offline configuration
followed by an automated circuit breaker reclose sequence. • Configure and store device settings for all settings groups
The function provides independent phase fault and earth • Create and edit graphical logic diagrams
fault/sensitive earth fault sequences of up to 5 trip i.e. 4 • Configure data points and options for serial protocols
reclose attempts before lockout. An auto-reclose sequence • Configure Language
can be user set to be initiated from internal protection • Update device firmware
operation or via binary input from an external protection.
Serial Communications
Data Acquisition -
The relay offers a USB serial port as standard on the front of
Via Communication Interface all units. All of the relays functions can be set on a PC using
Reydisp Evolution via the USB port. The connection is made
Sequence of Event Records with a USB cable and operates with a ‘plug and play’
Up to 1000 events are stored and time tagged to 1 ms connection, so no pre-setting of the relay is required.
resolution.
The front port can be switched off or set to use either the
Fault Records DNP3.0, MODBUS-RTU, IEC60870-5-103 and ASCII protocols
The last 15 fault records are displayed on the relay fascia and for testing purposes.
are also available through the communication interface with
time and date of trip, measured quantities and type of fault. A rear RS485 electrical connection is optionally available on
the relay for system interface connections. An internal
Waveform Recorder terminating resistor is provided, which can be connected
The waveform recorder stores analogue data for all poles into the circuit by adding a wire loop between the relevant
and the states of protection functions, binary inputs, LEDs, terminals.
and binary outputs with user settable pre and post trigger
data. A record can be triggered from protection function,
binary input or via data communications. 15 records of
1 s duration are stored.

Demand Metering 1 1 Term Ext Wire loop to


include line
2 2 A terminating Res
To Control
A rolling record of demand over the last 24 h is stored. The System
3
4
3
4
GND
B

demand is averaged over a user selectable period of time.


A rolling record of such demand averages is stored and RS 485 Rear terminals RS 485 Rear terminals
Screened
Screened
provides the demand history. A typical application is to twisted pair twisted pair

record 15 min averages for the last 7 days. Fig 5. Typical RS485 connection

Real Time Clock The rear RS485 can be user selected to be OFF,
The time and date can be set and are maintained while the IEC60870-5-103, MODBUS RTU or DNP3.0 protocol.
relay is de-energised by a back up storage capacitor. The
time can be synchronized from a binary input pulse or the
data communication channel.

Language Editor
The Language editor software gives the user the ability to
customize the text displayed in the relays, Menu structure
and instrumentation views. The tool allows a language file
to be created and transferred to the relay also containing
Western European characters.

The data acquisition via communication interface can be


done by Reydisp Evolution.

Communications Editor
To facilitate easier interfacing to a substation the relays
default protocol configuration may be modified using the
communication editor software tool.
The communication editor is a PC based software package
provided within the Reysdisp software suite which allows
modification of the IEC60870-5-103, DNP 3.0 and MODBUS
Protocols.

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Construction User Interface
The relay is housed in a non draw-out case 4U high,
size 4 case.

The rear connection comprises of user friendly pluggable


type terminals for wire connections for BI, BO, VT,
Communication, and Power Supply. Lar ge LCD

The fascia cover can be ordered with one push button to


allow the user to reset the fault indication without removing
the cover.

The CT terminals are suitable for ring type lug connection to


provide a secure and reliable termination. Pr ogr amm able
from Fascia

Multi- colored
LEDs

Fig 8. User Interface

The operator interface is designed to provide a user friendly


method of controlling, viewing menus, entering settings,
and retrieving data from the relay. Five buttons are provided
for navigation around the menu structure.
Two dedicated push buttons are provided on the HMI to
execute the CB manual close and open operations.

LCD
A 4 line by 20 character liquid crystal display with power
save operation indicates the relay identifier, settings,
instrumentation, fault data and control commands. Up to 6
Fig 6. Rear Plate of 7SR10 Non-Directional Relay user programmable general alarms can be configured to
display your own indications on the LCD.

LEDs
A green steadily illuminated LED indicates the ‘Protection
Healthy’ condition. 9 users programmable LEDs are available
eliminating the need for expensive panel mounted pilot
lights and associated wiring. Each LED is tri-color (red,
green, yellow) allowing for clear indication of the associated
function’s state and has a label for identification.

Relay Information
The device is identified by the rating label on the front
fascia. The user can also give the device its own identity by
editing the ‘Relay Identifier’ displayed on the LCD.

Fig 7. Rear Plate of 7SR10 Directional Relay

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Indication of Conformity Mechanical Specifications

This product complies with the directive of Design Flush mounting, Non Draw-out
the Council of the European Communities Polycarbonate moulded case
on the harmonization of the laws of the Enclosure IP 54 (front panel)
Member States relating to electromagnetic IP 20 Protection for terminals (rear
compatibility (EMC Directive 2014/30/EU) side)
and concerning electrical equipment for use Depth is 199 mm
within specified voltage limits (Low Voltage
Weight 1.6 kg (appx)
Directive 2014/35/EU) as well as restriction
on usage of hazardous substances in
electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS Terminal Blocks
Directive 2011/65/EU).
This conformity has been proved by tests Current Inputs (X5) TE connectivity PIDG series
conducted by Siemens AG in accordance of insulated tin plated crimp ring
the Council Directive in accordance with the terminal, M3.5 stud size, 2.6 mm²
product standard IEC/EN 60255-26 for the to 6.6 mm², 12 AWG
EMC directives, and with the standard Voltage Inputs (X7) 6 position, M3 screw-type plug-in
IEC/EN 60255-27 for the low-voltage terminals suitable for 2.5 mm²
directive. cable
RoHS directive 2011/65/EU is met using the Auxiliary Supply (X3) 3 position, M3 screw-type plug-in
standard EN 50581. The device has been terminals suitable for 2.5 mm²
designed and produced for industrial use. cable
Rear Communication 4 position, M2 screw-type plug-in
Technical Data Port (X2) terminals suitable for 1.5 mm²
cable
For full technical data, refer to the Technical Specification Front Communication USB, Type B
Section of the User Manual. Port
Binary Input (X1) 6 or 12 position, M3 screw-type
Technical Data Overview plug-in terminals suitable for
2.5 mm² cable
Product Family Overcurrent Relay Binary Input (X6) 6 position, M3 screw-type plug-in
(Auxiliary powered) terminals suitable for 2.5 mm²
Case and LEDs Non Draw-out Polycarbonate cable
case (Size 4 standard, Non Draw- Binary Output (X4) 8 or 14 position, M3 screw-type
out design), 10 LEDs plug-in terminals suitable for
Measuring Inputs 1 A/5 A, 50 Hz/60 Hz, 2.5 mm² cable
40 V to 160 V
Ground Terminal Tin plated crimp ring terminal,
Auxiliary Voltage 60 V to 240 V AC/DC
M3 stud size, 4 mm² to 6 mm²,
24 V to 60 V DC 12 AWG to 10 AWG, Yellow

Communication Default front communication


port Inputs and Outputs
Back port: RS485 (optional –
IEC 60870-5-103 or Modbus RTU
or DNP 3.0) Current Inputs
Protection Functions 27/59, 32, 32S, 37, 37G, 37SEF,
46BC, 46NPS, 47, 49, 50, 50G/N, Quantity 3xPhase & 1xEarth
51, 51c, 51G/N, 51V, 50BF, Rated Current In 1 A/5 A
50SEF, 51SEF, 55, 59N, 64H, 67, Measuring Range 80xIn
67N/G/SEF, 81 8xIn (SEF)
Supervision and 74 T/CCS, 86, 81HBL2 (Inrush Instrumentation ± 1 % (Typical) (0.1xIn to 3xIn)
control functions Detector), 60 CTS, 60 VTS, ± 3 % (> 3xIn to 80xIn)
81THD, 79 AR SEF:
Binary Input and 3 BI or 6 BI or 9 BI ± 1 % (Typical) (0.01xIn to 0.3xIn)
Binary Output 3 BO or 6 BO (2 changeover ± 3 % (> 0.3xIn to 8xIn)
contact) Frequency 50 Hz (Range: 47.5 Hz to 52.5 Hz)
Threshold voltage 60 Hz (Range: 57 Hz to 63 Hz)
- 88 VAC/DC or 44 V AC/DC Thermal Withstand *
available with 60 V to 240 V Continuous 4xIn
AC/DC power supply version 1 Second 100 A (1 A) 350 A (5 A)
- 19 V DC with 24 V to 60 V DC Burden @ In ≤ 0.3 VA per phase and earth for
power supply version both 1 A and 5 A
Overvoltage Category III
Pollution Degree 2 * ZY20 - Special version with Thermal withstand 500A (5A CT)
for 1 s.

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Voltage Inputs DC Performance

Nominal Voltage (Vn) 40…160 Vrms Attribute Value


Operating Range 0… 200 Vrms Reset/Operate voltage ≥ 90 %
Instrumentation ≥ ± 1 % Vn ratio
0.8xVn Response time < 9 ms
Burden @ 110V Approximately 0.06 VA Response time when < 20 ms
Overvoltage With- 300 Vrms programmed to
stand energise an output
relay contact (i.e.
Auxiliary Supply includes output relay
operation)
Rated Voltage 60 V to 240 V AC/DC,
Tolerance -20 % to +10 % Binary Outputs
Allowable super 15 % of DC voltage
imposed AC Number 3 or 6
component (2 change over contacts)
Typical power con- <8W Operating Voltage Voltage Free
sumption (DC)
Operating Mode User selectable - Self or
Typical power con- <16 VA
Hand/Electrical Reset or pulsed
sumption (AC)
Max Interruption ≤ 100 ms (110 V DC) Operating Time < 20 ms
time (Collapse to ≤ 1000 ms (230 V AC) from energizing Binary
Zero) Input
Making Capacity:
Auxiliary Supply Carry continuously
Make and carry 5 A AC or DC
(L/R ≤ 40 ms and 20 A AC or DC for 0.5 s
Rated Voltage 24 V to 60 V DC
V ≤ 300 V) 30 A AC or DC for 0.5 s
Tolerance -20 % to +10 %
Allowable super 15 % of DC voltage Breaking Capacity:
imposed AC (≤ 5 A and ≤ 300 V):
component AC Resistive 1250 VA
Typical Power con- <8W AC Inductive 250 VA at p.f. ≤ 0.4
sumption (DC) DC Resistive 75 W
Max Interruption 20 ms (24 V DC) DC Inductive 30 W at L/R ≤ 40 ms
time (Collapse to 50 W at L/R ≤ 10 ms
Zero) Disengaging time < 20 ms

Binary Inputs Rear Communication Port

Number 3 or 6 or 9
Quantity 1 No. (Optional)
19 V DC Range 19 V to 66 V DC
Electrical connection RS485, 2 wire electrical
44 V Range 44 V to 265 V
Protocol Support MODBUS RTU,
AC/DC
IEC 60870-5-103,
DC 44 V to 265 V DC
Range DNP 3.0
Operating Voltage* AC 36 V to 265 V AC
Rate Data Transfer rate:
88 V Range 88 V to 265 V
75 bps to 38400 bps
AC/DC
DC 88 V to 265 V DC
Range Front Communication Port
AC 68 V to 265 V AC
Maximum AC/DC 3.5 mA
Quantity 1 No.
current for operation Electrical connection USB, Type B
Pick Up Delay User selectable 0 to 14,400,000
ms (up to 4 h)
Drop Off Delay User selectable 0 to 14,400,000 Data Storage
ms (up to 4 h)
* Refer to Ordering Information for more details.
Fault Record 15
For more details about binary inputs, refer to Technical Waveform Record 15 Rec x 1 s
Manual. 7 Rec x 2 s
3 Rec x 5 s
1 Rec x 15 s
Pre trigger 10…90 %
Events 1000 events (1 ms Resolution)

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Power Frequency IEC 60255-26
Mechanical Tests Magnetic Field 30 A/m applied 1 min,
300 A/m applied for 3 s **
Conducted Emissions IEC 60255-26
Test Standard
Radiated Emissions IEC 60255-26
Degree of Protection IEC 60529
IP 54 front Thermal Withstand IEC 60255-27
IP 20 rear Continuous 4xIn
1s 100 A (1 A) 350 A (5 A) ***
Vibration IEC 60255-21-1,
Response and Endurance, Class I Burden (at 1 A and IEC 60255-1
5 A) ≤ 0.3 VA per phase and earth
Shock and Bump IEC 60255-21-2,
Shock response and withstand, Functional IEC 60255-1
Class I Bump, Class I IEC 60255-12
IEC 60255-127
Seismic IEC 60255-21-3, Class I
IEC 60255-149
Contact IEC 60255-1 IEC 60255-151
(Ref: Std IEC 61810-1)
Maximum Allowable IEC 60255-6
Electrical Endurance IEC 60255-1, Temperature Max. temperature limit +100 0C
Test (Ref: Std IEC 61810-1) Limiting Dynamic Value 10 ms
(10000 operations at 250 V, 5 A) 700 A (1 A) 2500 A (5 A)
Gradual IEC 60255-26
Electrical Tests shutdown/Start-up test Shut down/start up ramp 60 s
Power off 5 min

Test Standard NOTE:


* 45 ms DTL pickup delay applied to binary inputs
Insulation Resistance IEC 60255-27#
500 V DC, >100 MOhms
NOTE:
Impulse Voltage IEC 60255-27# # All aspect of IEC 60255-5 have been covered under
Withstand 5 kV, 5 +ve, -ve pulses IEC 60255-27
AC Dielectric Voltage IEC 60255-27#
2 kV@1 min NOTE:
(Between any terminal and earth, ** 5 %xIn additional tolerance needs to be considered for
independent circuits) SEF CT
1 kV AC RMS for 1 min
(across normally open contacts) NOTE:
Slow Damped IEC 60255-26 *** ZY20 - Special version with Thermal withstand 500 A
Oscillatory Wave Common-mode: (5 A CT) for 1 s.
Test voltage: 2.5 kV peak voltage
Differential mode:
Test voltage: 1.0 kV peak voltage
Voltage oscillation frequency:
1 MHz
Repetition frequency: 400 Hz
Electrostatic Discharge IEC 60255-26
8 kV air discharge
6 kV contact discharge
Electrical Fast Transient IEC 60255-26
or Burst * Zone A
Test severity Amplitude : ± 4 kV
Repetition frequency : 5 kHz
Surge Immunity * IEC 60255-26
Test Level : Zone A
Line to Line : 0.5, 1, 2 kV
Line to Earth : 0.5, 1, 2, 4 kV

Front time/Time to half-value :


1.2/50 µs
Source Impedance : 2 Ohm
Radiated Immunity IEC 60255-26
80 MHz to 1.0 GHz and 1.4 GHz to
2.7 GHz
Both frequency at 10 V/m
Conducted Radio IEC 60255-26
Frequency Interference 150 kHz to 80 MHz
10 V RMS

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Type Test Parameters Values
Climatic Environmental Tests
Single Fault Assessment of: The equipment
Condition • Insulation between shall not
Temperature circuits and parts present a risk of
IEC 60068-2-1/IEC 60068-2-2/IEC 60255-1 • Compliance with electric shock
requirements for or fire after a
Operating protection against the single-fault
-10 0C to + 60 0C
Temperature spread of fire test.
Storage Range - 25 0C to + 70 0C • Overloads
• Intermittently rated
resistors
Humidity • Compliance with
IEC 60068-2-30/IEC 60068-2-78/IEC 60255-1 requirements for
mechanical protection
6 days at 25 0C to 40 0C
Damp heat test, Cyclic (12 h + 12 h cycle) and
IEC/EN 61010-1
93 % relative humidity
Damp heat test, Steady
10 days at 95 % RH, +40 0C Test Description Applicable
State
Maximum Altitude of Clause No.
Upto 2000 m
Operation Marking and Documentation 5

Protection against electric shock 6


Product Safety Test
Protection against mechanical hazard 7

IEC/EN 60255-27 Resistance to mechanical stresses (shock and 8


impact)
Type Test Parameters Values Protection against the spread of fire 9
Clearances Clearances and creepage ≥ 4 mm
Equipment temperature limits and resistance 10
and Creepage distances between
to heat
Distances external circuits mutual
and to the enclosure Protection against liberated gases and 13
substances, explosion and implosion
Protective Test voltage: < 12V AC/DC
Bonding Components and sub assemblies 14
Resistance Test duration: 1 min
HAZARDS resulting from application 16
Bonding resistance < 0.1 Ohm
Risk Assessment 17
Protective Accessible conductive Low current
Bonding parts should be bonded continuity test
Continuity with the protective
conductor terminal
Flammability Structure Part Standard for
of Insulating insulating
Materials, material of
Components flammability
and Fire class
enclosures
Terminals Class UL 94 V-0

Terminal Mounting Class UL 94 V-0

Wiring (CT) (N)2GFAF (VDE)

Components mounting Class UL 94 V-0

Enclosure Class UL 94 V-0

PCB Class UL 94 V-0

LCD Class UL 94 V-0

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37 Undercurrent
Performance
Number of Elements 2 Element and 2 EF/SEF
27/59 Under/Over Voltage Operate Any phase or ALL
Setting Range Is Phase and EF
Number of Elements 4 (Under or Over) 0.05,0.10…5.0xIn
Operate Any phase or All phases SEF
Voltage Guard Vg 1,1.5…200 V 0.005,0.010…5.0xIn
Setting Range Vs 5,5.5…200 V Operate Level 100 % Is, ±5 % or ±1%xIn
Hysteresis Setting 0.0.1…80 % Reset Level ≤ 105 % Iop
Vs Operate Level 100 % Vs, ±1 % or ±0.25 V Current Guard Phase 0.05,0.1…5.0xIn
Reset Level: Delay Setting td 0.00,0.01…20,20.5…100,101…
Overvoltage =(100 %-hyst)xVop, ±1 % = 1000,1010…10000,10100…
Undervoltage (100 %+hyst)xVop, ±1 % 14400 s
Basic Operate Time:
Delay Setting td 0.00,0.01…20,20.5…100,101…
1.1 to 0.5xIn 35 ms ±10 ms
1000,1010…10000,10100…
14400 s Operate time following tbasic +td , ±1 % or ±10 ms
delay.
Basic Operate Time:
0 to 1.1x Vs 73 ms ± 10 ms Overshoot Time < 40 ms
0 to 2.0x Vs 63 ms ± 10 ms Inhibited by Binary or Virtual Input
1.1 to 0.5x Vs 58 ms ± 10 ms
Operate time following tbasic +td , ± 1 % or ± 10 ms 46NPS Negative Phase Sequence Overcurrent
delay
Inhibited by Binary or Virtual Input Number of Elements DT & IT
VT Supervision DT Setting Range Is 0.05,0.10…4.0xIn
Voltage Guard DT Operate Level 100 % Is, ±5 % or ±1 %xIn
DT Delay Setting td 0.00, 0.01…20,
32 Power
20.5…100,101…1000,
1010…10000, 10100…
Number of Elements 2 Forward or Reverse 14400 s
Operate P, Q or S DT Basic Operate Time
U/C Guard 0.05 to 1.0xIn 0 to 2x Is 40 ms ±10 ms
Setting Range Ss 0.05 to 2.0 x Sn 0 to 5x Is 30 ms ±10 ms
Operate Level Sop 100 % Ss, ± 5 % or ± 2 % Sn DT Operate time Tbasic +td , ±1 % or ±10 ms
Reset Level ≥ 95 % Sop following delay
Basic Operate Time
IT Char Setting IEC NI,VI,EI,LTI, ANSI MI,VI,EI &
1.1 x Ss (over) 60 ms ± 10 ms
DTL
2.0 x Ss (over) 45 ms ± 10 ms
0.5 x Ss (under) 30 ms ± 10 ms IT Setting Range 0.05..2.5
Delay Setting td 0 s to 14400 s Tm Time Multiplier 0.025, 0.030… 1.6, 1.7… 5, 6…
Operate time following tbasic +td , ± 1 % or ± 10 ms 100
delay Char Operate Level 105 % Is, ± 4 % or ± 1 % In
Inhibited by Undercurrent Guard, VTS Overshoot Time < 40 ms
Inhibited by Binary or Virtual Input
32S Sensitive Power
47NPS Negative Phase Sequence Overvoltage
Number of Elements 2 Forward or Reverse
Operate P, Q or S Number of Elements 2
U/C Guard 0.005 to 1.0xIn Setting Range Vs 1,1.5…90 V
Setting Range Ss 0.005 to 2.0xSn Hysteresis Setting 0,0.1…80 %
Operate Level 100 % Ss ± 5 % or ± 2 % Sn Operate Level 100 % Vs, ± 2 % or ± 0.5 V
Reset Level ≥ 95 % Sop Delay Setting td 0.00,0.01…20,20.5…100,101…
Basic Operate Time 1000,1010…10000,10100…
1.1 x Ss (over) 60 ms ± 10 ms 14400 s
2.0 x Ss (over) 45 ms ± 10 ms Basic Operate Time
0.5 x Ss (under) 30 ms ± 10 ms 0 V to 1.5xVs 80 ms ± 20 ms
Delay Setting td 0 s to 14400 s 0 V to 10xVs 55 ms ± 20 ms
Operate time following tbasic +td ± 1 % or ± 10 ms Operate time following tbasic +td , ± 2 % or ± 20 ms
delay delay
Inhibited by Undercurrent Guard, VTS Overshoot Time < 40 ms
Inhibited by Binary or Virtual Input

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49 Thermal Overload 51/67 Time Delayed OC&EF

Operate levels Operate and Alarm Operation Non-directional, Forward and


Setting Range Is 0.10,0.11…3.0xIn Reverse
Operate Level 100 % Is, ± 5 % or ±1 %xIn Elements Phase, Derived Earth,
Measured Earth, Sensitive
Time Constant Setting 1,1.5…1000 min
Earth fault
Operate time 
 I 2 ⋅ I p2 
 Characteristic IEC-NI, -VI, -EI, -LTI; ANSI-MI, -
t = τ × In  2 2 
 I ⋅ (k × I B ) 
  VI, -EI; DTL
± 5 % absolute or ± 100 ms Setting Range Is (51/51G) 0.05,0.06…4xIn
where Ip = prior current Setting Range Is (51SEF) 0.005,...0.5xIn
Alarm Level Disabled, 50,51…100 % Time Multiplier 0.01, 0.015....1.6, 1.7,....5,
Inhibited by Binary or Virtual Input 6...100
Time Delay 0,0.01… 20 s
50/67 Instantaneous & DTL OC&EF Operate Level 105 % Is, ± 4 % or ±1 % xIn
Minimum Operate time
IEC K
Operation Non directional, Forward and top = × Tm
Reverse [ IsI ]α − 1
ANSI  A 
Elements Phase, Derived Earth, Measured top =  P + B  × Tm
 [ Is ] − 1 
I
Earth, Sensitive Earth fault
Setting Range Is 0.05,0.06…50xIn
± 5 % absolute or ± 40 ms
(50/50N/50G) Directional (67) for TMS setting (0.01 to
Setting Range Is (50SEF) 0.005.... 5xIn 0.245)
Time Delay 0.00…14400 s ± 5 % absolute or ± 30 ms
Operate Level Iop 100 % Is, ± 5 % or ±1 %xIn for TMS setting (0.25 to 100)
Reset level ≥ 95 % Iop typically 32, < 40 ms at
Reset level (50SEF) ≥ 95 % Iop or Iop - 0.1 %xIn characteristic angle
+ 51/51N/51G/51SEF element
Operate time:
operate time
50,50G,50SEF 0 to 2xIs – 35 ms, ± 10 ms,
Follower Delay 0 s to 20 s
0 to 5xIs – 25 ms, ± 10 ms
50N 0 to 2xIs – 40 ms, ± 10 ms, Reset ANSI decaying, 0 s to 60 s
0 to 5xIs – 30 ms, ± 10 ms Inhibited by Binary or Virtual Input
Inrush detector
Directional (67) Typically 32 ms, < 40 ms at
characteristic angle 50 BF Circuit Breaker Fail
+ 50/50N/50G/50SEF element
operate time
Operation Current check - Phase and
Operate time following Tbasic +td, ±1 % or ± 10 ms Measured Earth with
delay independent settings
Inhibited by Binary or Virtual Input Mechanical Trip
Inrush detector CB Faulty Monitor
Setting Range Is 0.05, 0.055…2.0xIn
81HBL2 Inrush Detector 2 Stage Time Delays Timer 1 20…60000 ms
Timer 2 20…60000 ms
I Setting 0.10, 0.11... 0.5 Operate Level 100 % Is, ± 5 % or ±1 % xIn
(Ratio of 2nd Harmonic Disengaging time < 20 ms
current to fundamental Operate time following Tcbf ±1 % or ± 20 ms
component current) delay
t basic Element basic Will pickup before operation of Triggered by Any function mapped as trip
operate time any protection element due to contact
magnetic inrush Inhibited by Binary/Virtual Input
Reset Time Will operate until drop-off of Timer By pass Yes, 50BF CB Faulty Input
any protection element due to
magnetic inrush 51V Voltage Controlled Overcurrent

46BC Broken Conductor Setting Range 5, 5.5…200 V


Operate Level 100 % Vs, ± 5 % or ± 1 %xVn
46BC setting, NPS to PPS 20, 21…100 % Multiplier 0.25.0.3…1x51Is
ratio Inhibited by VT Supervision
tf Delay setting 0.03,04,20.0,20.1,100,
101,1000,1010…..14400 s
I Curr Operate level 100 % Iset ± 5 %
Reset level 90 % Icurr ± 5 %
tbasic 1xIn to 0 A 40 ms
Basic operate time
Operate time tf + tbasic , ± 1 % or ± 20 ms

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55 Power factor 81 Under/Over Frequency

Number of Elements 2 Number of Elements 4 Under or Over


Operation Under or Over, Under Voltage Guard Yes/No
Lead or Lag Setting Range Hz 43,43.01…68 Hz
U/C Guard 0.05 to 1.0 Hysteresis Setting 0, 0.1… 2 %
Setting Range PFs 0.05 to 0.99 Operate Level 100 % Fs ± 10 mHz
Time Delays 0 to 14400 s Operate Time Typical < 190 ms
Operate Level ± 0.05 Vs Operate Delay 0…14400 s
Basic Operate time ≤ 80ms
Operate time following tbasic +td ± 1 % or ± 10 ms Control Functions
delay
Inhibited by Undercurrent Guard, VTS CB Trip/Close
AR IN/OUT
59N Neutral Voltage Displacement Inst Prot IN/OUT
EF IN/OUT
Number of Elements DT & IT SEF IN/OUT
DT Setting Range Is 1…100 V Hot Line IN/OUT
DT Operate Level 100 % Vs, ± 2 % or ± 0.5 V Relay Mode Local/Remote/Local or Remote
DT Delay Setting td 0 …14400 s Reset LED’s & O/P’s (Test/Reset key)
DT Basic Operate Time
0V to 1.5 x Vs 76 ms ± 20 ms CB Maintenance
0V to 10 x Vs 63 ms ± 20 ms
DT Operate time Tbasic +td , ± 1 % or ± 20 ms Trip Counter Total & Delta
following delay 0…10000
IT Char Setting IDMTL & DTL I2t Alarm 10…100000
IT Setting Range 1…100 V
Tm Time 0.1…140 79 AutoReclose
Multiplier(IDMT)
Delay (DTL) 0…20 s
Operating Mode Phase, Earth, SEF, External
Reset ANSI Decaying, 0…60 s
Number of Reclose 1..4
Char Operate Level 105 % Vs, ± 2 % or ± 0.5 V
Number of Trips to 1..5
Inhibited by Binary or Virtual Input Lockout
Dead Time 0…14400
60 Supervision Reclaim Timer 0…600
Lockout Reset CB, Timer & BI
CT Current or Vnps & Inps
VT nps/zps

64H Restricted Earth Fault

Setting Range SEF input 0.005, 0.006 …


0.100, 0.105 …
0.950xIn
EF input 0.05, 0.055...
0.95xIn
Operate Level 100 % Is, ± 5 % or ± 1 %xIn
Time Delay 0.00… 14400 s
Basic Operate Time 0 to 2xIs 45 ms ± 10 ms
0 to 5xIs 35 ms ± 10 ms
Inhibited by Binary or Virtual Input

74 T/CCS Trip/Close Circuit Supervision

Number of supervisable 3 x Trip and 3 x Close


circuits
Number of BI’s Required 1 or 2 per function

NOTE:
Use the correct threshold voltages for BI when using TCS
with 2 BI.

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Case Dimensions

104.5
78.0 181.0
12.5

185.0
168.0

25

25 mm clearance
for terminal wiring

Fig 9. Front View Fig 10. Side View

98.5

Binary
Current
Input
Inputs

Binary Current
Output Inputs

Binary Binary
Output
168.0

159.0

Input

Voltage
Inputs
Rear
Communication Rear
Port Communication
Port

Auxiliary Auxiliary
Supply Supply

Ø 4.5 –
10.25 4 Holes
78.0

Fig 11. Panel Cut-out View Fig 12a. 7SR10 Non-Directional Fig 12b. 7SR10 Directional
Overcurrent Relay Overcurrent Relay

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7SR10 Terminal/Wiring Diagram with Control Push Buttons

X1 X4 X5
+ve 1 1
1
-ve BI 1 IL1 2
2 BO 1 2 5A
+ve 1A 3
3 3
-ve BI 2
4 4
+ve 4
5 BO 2 5
-ve BI 3 IL2 5
6 6 5A
1A 6
+ve
7 7
-ve BI 4 BO3
8
8 7
+ve
9 IL3 8
-ve BI 5 9 5A
10 BO4 9
1A
+ve 10
11
-ve BI 6
12 11
10
BO5
X2 12 IL4 11
5A
1 Term. 12
13 1A
RS485

2 A BO6
14
3 GND

4 B

L
X3
1
N
2
E
3
GND

Fig 13. Terminal/Wiring Diagram of 7SR10 Non-Directional Overcurrent Relay

X6 X1 X4 X5
+ve +ve 1 1
1 1
-ve BI 7 -ve BI 1 IL1 2
2 2 BO 1 2 5A
+ve +ve 1A 3
3 3 3
-ve BI 8 -ve BI 2
4 4 4
+ve +ve 4
5 5 BO 2 5
-ve BI 9 -ve BI 3 IL2 5
6 6 6 5A
1A 6
+ve
7 7
BI 4 BO3
1
X7 8
-ve
8 7
+ve
V1 9 IL3 8
2
-ve BI 5 9 5A
10 BO4 9
3 1A
+ve 10
V2 11
4
-ve BI 6
12 11
10
5 BO5
V3 X2 12 IL4 11
6 5A
1 Term 12
13 1A
RS485

2 A BO6
14
3 GND

4 B

L
X3
1
N
2
E
3
GND

Fig 14. Terminal/Wiring Diagram of 7SR10 Directional Overcurrent Relay

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Ordering Information
Product Description Variants Order No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 - 8 9 10 11 12 - 13 14 15 16
7SR10 Argus 7 S R 1 0 0 - 0 - A 0

Non-directional O/C Relay (Argus)


Case, I/O and Fascia
Size 4 Moulded case, 4 CT, 3 Binary Inputs/3 Binary Outputs, 2 1 1
10 LEDs
Size 4 Moulded case, 4CT, 6 Binary Inputs/6 Binary Outputs, 10 LEDs 3

Measuring input
1/5 A, 50/60Hz 1) 2/3 1
1/5 A, 50/60Hz with SEF input 2) 3 2

Auxiliary voltage
AC/DC 60-240V, Binary input threshold 44 V AC/DC L
AC/DC 60-240V, Binary input threshold 88 V AC/DC K
DC 24-60 V, Binary input threshold 19 VDC J

Protective Cover
Standard version – No Cover A
Plastic Cover with 1 Push Button for Test/Reset B

Communication
Front Port : USB 2 1
Front Port : USB and Rear Port : RS-485 supporting IEC 60870-5-103 3 2
or Modbus RTU or DNP 3.0

Front Fascia
Standard Version – with Breaker Control Push Buttons 2

Protection Function Packages C


Standard version - included in all models
46BC Broken conductor/Load unbalance
46NPS Negative phase sequence overcurrent
49 Thermal overload
50 Instantaneous phase fault overcurrent
50BF Circuit breaker fail
50G/N Instantaneous earth fault
50SEF 2)4) Instantaneous sensitive earth fault overcurrent
51 Timed delayed phase fault overcurrent
51 G/N Timed delayed earth fault
51SEF 2)4) Time delayed sensitive earth fault
74T/CCS Trip/close circuit supervision
81HBL2 3) 2nd Harmonic block/Inrush restraint
86 Hand reset contacts
51c Cold load pickup
Programmable logic
81THD Total harmonic distortion supervision

Standard version – plus


79 Autoreclose D

Additional Functionality
No Additional Functionality A

Z Y 2 0
Special version5)
1) 4CT is configured as 3PF + EF
2) 4CT is configured as 3PF + SEF
3) Not available on SEF input
4) Only with position 7 = 3
5) Special version for Turkey market with thermal withstand capability of 500A (5A CT), 1 sec and supporting Turkish
scripts.
Available only with position 8 = 1

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Ordering Information
Product Description Variants Order No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 - 8 9 10 11 12 - 13 14 15 16
7SR10 Argus 7 S R 1 0 0 - 0 - A0

Directional Overcurrent Relay (Argus)


Case, I/O and Fascia
Size 4 Moulded case, 4CT, 3 VT, 9 Binary Inputs/6 Binary Outputs,10 LEDs 4
Measuring input
1A/5A, 50Hz/60Hz, 63.5/110V 1) 3
1A/5A, 50Hz/60Hz with SEF input, 63.5/110V 2) 4
Auxiliary voltage
AC/DC 60-240V, Binary input threshold 44V AC/DC L
AC/DC 60-240V, Binary input threshold 88V AC/DC K
DC 24-60V, Binary input threshold 19V DC J
Protective Cover
Standard version – No Cover A
Plastic Cover with 1 Push Button for Test/Reset B
Communication
Front Port : USB and Rear Port : RS-485 supporting IEC 60870-5-103 or 2
Modbus RTU or DNP 3.0
Front Fascia
Standard Version – with Breaker Control Push Buttons 2
Protection Function Packages C
Standard version - included in all models
27/59 Under/overvoltage
32 Power
32S Sensitive Power
37 Undercurrent
1)
37G Undercurrent measured earth fault
2)
37SEF Undercurrent sensitive earth fault
46BC Broken conductor/Load Unbalance
46NPS Negative phase sequence overcurrent
47NPS Negative phase sequence overvoltage
49 Thermal overload
50BF Circuit breaker fail
51V Voltage dependent overcurrent
55 Power Factor
59N Neutral voltage displacement
60CTS CT supervision
60VTS VT supervision
64H High impedance REF
67/50 Directional instantaneous phase fault overcurrent
1)
67/50G 67/50N Directional instantaneous earth fault
2)
67/50SEF Instantaneous sensitive earth fault
67/51 Directional time delayed phase fault overcurrent
1)
67/51G 67/51N Directional time delayed earth fault
2)
67/51SEF Directional time delayed sensitive earth fault
3)
81HBL2 2nd Harmonic block/Inrush restraint
74T/CC Trip & close circuit supervision
51c Cold load pickup/Programmable Logic
81U/O Under/Over Frequency
86 Hand reset contacts
Standard version – plus
79 Autoreclose D
Additional Functionality
No Additional Functionality A

1) 4CT is configured as 3PF + EF


2) 4CT is configured as 3PF + SEF
3) Not available on SEF input
4) 37SEF is available based on the ordering option

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Notes

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