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CJX

Interposing Relay Set


Instruction Manual

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CJX Interposing Relay Set

Preface

Introduction

This guide and the relevant operating or service manual documentation for the equipment provide
full information on safe handling, commissioning and testing of this equipment.

Documentation for equipment ordered from NR is dispatched separately from manufactured goods
and may not be received at the same time. Therefore, this guide is provided to ensure that printed
information normally present on equipment is fully understood by the recipient.

Before carrying out any work on the equipment, the user should be familiar with the contents of
this manual, and read relevant chapter carefully.

This chapter describes the safety precautions recommended when using the equipment. Before
installing and using the equipment, this chapter must be thoroughly read and understood.

Health and Safety

The information in this chapter of the equipment documentation is intended to ensure that
equipment is properly installed and handled in order to maintain it in a safe condition.

When electrical equipment is in operation, dangerous voltages will be present in certain parts of
the equipment. Failure to observe warning notices, incorrect use, or improper use may endanger
personnel and equipment and cause personal injury or physical damage.

Before working in the terminal strip area, the equipment must be isolated.

Proper and safe operation of the equipment depends on appropriate shipping and handling,
proper storage, installation and commissioning, and on careful operation, maintenance and
servicing. For this reason, only qualified personnel may work on or operate the equipment.

Qualified personnel are individuals who:

z Are familiar with the installation, commissioning, and operation of the equipment and of the
system to which it is being connected;

z Are able to safely perform switching operations in accordance with accepted safety
engineering practices and are authorized to energize and de-energize equipment and to
isolate, ground, and label it;

z Are trained in the care and use of safety apparatus in accordance with safety engineering
practices;

z Are trained in emergency procedures (first aid).

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Instructions and Warnings

The following indicators and standard definitions are used:

DANGER!

It means that death, severe personal injury, or considerable equipment damage will occur if safety
precautions are disregarded.

WARNING!

It means that death, severe personal, or considerable equipment damage could occur if safety
precautions are disregarded.

CAUTION!

It means that light personal injury or equipment damage may occur if safety precautions are
disregarded. This particularly applies to damage to the device and to resulting damage of the
protected equipment.

WARNING!

The firmware may be upgraded to add new features or enhance/modify existing features, please
make sure that the version of this manual is compatible with the product in your hand.

WARNING!

During operation of electrical equipment, certain parts of these devices are under high voltage.
Severe personal injury or significant equipment damage could result from improper behavior.

Only qualified personnel should work on this equipment or in the vicinity of this equipment. These
personnel must be familiar with all warnings and service procedures described in this manual, as
well as safety regulations.

In particular, the general facility and safety regulations for work with high-voltage equipment must
be observed. Noncompliance may result in death, injury, or significant equipment damage.

DANGER!

Never allow the current transformer (CT) secondary circuit connected to this equipment to be
opened while the primary system is live. Opening the CT circuit will produce a dangerously high
voltage.

WARNING!

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z Exposed terminals

Do not touch the exposed terminals of this equipment while the power is on, as the high voltage
generated is dangerous

z Residual voltage

Hazardous voltage can be present in the DC circuit just after switching off the DC power supply. It
takes a few seconds for the voltage to discharge.

CAUTION!

z Earth

The earthing terminal of the equipment must be securely earthed

z Operating environment

The equipment must only be used within the range of ambient environment detailed in the
specification and in an environment free of abnormal vibration.

z Ratings

Before applying AC voltage and current or the DC power supply to the equipment, check that they
conform to the equipment ratings.

z Printed circuit board

Do not attach and remove printed circuit boards when DC power to the equipment is on, as this
may cause the equipment to malfunction.

z External circuit

When connecting the output contacts of the equipment to an external circuit, carefully check the
supply voltage used in order to prevent the connected circuit from overheating.

z Connection cable

Carefully handle the connection cable without applying excessive force.

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Table of Contents
Preface ........................................................................................................................................... i 

Introduction ............................................................................................................................ i 

Health and Safety ................................................................................................................... i 

Instructions and Warnings ................................................................................................... ii 

Table of Contents......................................................................................................................... iv 

Chapter 1 Introduction ................................................................................................................. 1 

1.1 Application ....................................................................................................................... 1 

1.2 Function ........................................................................................................................... 1 

1.3 Features ........................................................................................................................... 1 

1.4 Product Type .................................................................................................................... 2 

Chapter 2 Technical Data ............................................................................................................. 3 

2.1 Electrical Specifications ................................................................................................. 3 

2.1.1 Power Supply......................................................................................................... 3 

2.1.2 Binary Input ........................................................................................................... 3 

2.1.3 Binary Output ........................................................................................................ 3 

2.2 Mechanical Specifications .............................................................................................. 4 

2.3 Ambient Temperature and Humidity Range .................................................................. 4 

2.4 Type Tests ........................................................................................................................ 4 

2.4.1 Environmental Tests.............................................................................................. 4 

2.4.2 Mechanical Tests ................................................................................................... 4 

2.4.3 Electrical Tests ...................................................................................................... 5 

2.4.4 Electromagnetic Compatibility ............................................................................. 5 

2.5 Certifications ................................................................................................................... 6 

Chapter 3 Operation Theory ........................................................................................................ 7 

3.1 Overview .......................................................................................................................... 7 

3.2 Control Circuit Module (Single Tripping Coil) ............................................................... 8 

3.2.1 Power Supply......................................................................................................... 9 

3.2.2 Circuit Breaker Open State Supervision ............................................................. 9 

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3.2.3 Closing Circuit ....................................................................................................... 9 

3.2.4 Trip Circuit ........................................................................................................... 10 

3.2.5 KKJ ....................................................................................................................... 10 

3.2.6 Anti-pump ............................................................................................................ 11 

3.2.7 Circuit Breaker Closed State Supervision ......................................................... 11 

3.2.8 Pressure Supervision ......................................................................................... 11 

3.2.9 Spare Contacts .................................................................................................... 11 

3.3 Seal-in Module ............................................................................................................... 12 

3.4 Voltage Switchover Module with Latch........................................................................ 13 

3.5 Voltage Switchover Module without Latch .................................................................. 15 

3.6 LOCKOUT-A Module ...................................................................................................... 17 

3.7 LOCKOUT-B Module...................................................................................................... 19 

3.8 Repeat Relay Module .................................................................................................... 20 

3.9 Control Circuit Module (Double Tripping Coils).......................................................... 21 

3.9.1 Power Supply and Its Supervision ..................................................................... 21 

3.9.2 Circuit Breaker Open State Supervision ........................................................... 25 

3.9.3 Closing Circuit ..................................................................................................... 25 

3.9.4 Trip Circuit 1 ........................................................................................................ 25 

3.9.5 SHKKJ and STKKJ .............................................................................................. 26 

3.9.6 Anti-pump ............................................................................................................ 26 

3.9.7 Circuit Breaker Closed State Supervision circuit 1 .......................................... 26 

3.9.8 Circuit Breaker Closed State Supervision circuit 2 .......................................... 26 

3.9.9 Trip Circuit 2 ........................................................................................................ 27 

3.9.10 Pressure Supervision ....................................................................................... 27 

3.9.11 Spare Contacts................................................................................................... 27 

3.10 Voltage Parallel Module............................................................................................... 28 

Chapter 4 Hardware Principle.................................................................................................... 31 

4.1 Overview ........................................................................................................................ 31 

4.1.1 CJX-01 .................................................................................................................. 31 

4.1.2 CJX-02 .................................................................................................................. 32 

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4.1.3 CJX-03 .................................................................................................................. 32 

4.1.4 CJX-04 .................................................................................................................. 33 

4.1.5 CJX-11 .................................................................................................................. 33 

4.1.6 CJX-21 .................................................................................................................. 34 

Chapter 5 Installation and Commissioning .............................................................................. 35 

5.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................... 35 

5.2 Safety Information ......................................................................................................... 35 

5.3 Overview ........................................................................................................................ 37 

5.4 Unpacking and Checking the Protection Equipment ................................................. 37 

5.5 Installing the Protective Device .................................................................................... 38 

5.5.1 Overview .............................................................................................................. 38 

5.5.2 Dimensions .......................................................................................................... 38 

5.5.3 Grounding Guidelines ......................................................................................... 39 

5.5.4 Cubicle Grounding .............................................................................................. 40 

5.5.5 Making Electrical Connections .......................................................................... 40 

5.6 Check the External Circuit ............................................................................................ 41 

5.7 Insulation Test (if required)........................................................................................... 41 

5.8 Final Check .................................................................................................................... 42 

Chapter 6 Maintenance .............................................................................................................. 43 

6.1 Routine Check ............................................................................................................... 43 

6.2 Replace Failed Modules ................................................................................................ 43 

6.3 Cleaning ......................................................................................................................... 44 

6.4 Storage ........................................................................................................................... 44 

Chapter 7 Decommissioning and Disposal .............................................................................. 45 

7.1 Decommissioning.......................................................................................................... 45 

7.2 Disposal ......................................................................................................................... 45 

Chapter 8 Manual Version History ............................................................................................ 47 

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Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 1 Introduction

1.1 Application

CJX series interposing relay set are designed to provide various restart relay modules for
protectors. The device is assembled by combined module, with 14 slots which are independent. It
can be configured flexibly, and has been applied widely in actual projects.Current CJX series
interposing relay set have been furnished with complete types of module which can be classified
as follows by their functions:

■ Control relays of three-phase circuit breaker with one or two trip coil(s)

■ Seal-in relays

■ Switchover relays of voltage with or without latch

■ Lockout relays

■ Contacts multiplication relays

■ Paralleling relays of voltage

Since each module is independent respectively, the device has extreme scalability. The types of
module can be extended in the future, which can meet various requirements in the field.

1.2 Function

■ Manual closing, reclosing, phase-segregated tripping functions

■ DC power supply monitoring

■ Anti-pump function

■ Open state supervision, closed state supervision

■ Low pressure to block tripping, closing and AR

■ AC voltage switchover

1.3 Features

■ The types of modules are complete, with perfect functions and flexible configuration,
which can meet various project requirements.

■ The device uses imported completely-sealed, high-resistance and small power


consumption relay, which greatly decreases the power consumption and heating, and
improve humidity proof and other properties, thus increasing the safety of the device.

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■ The device can provide many reserved relays, providing flexible applications.

1.4 Product Type

CJX series interposing relay set are designed to provide various extension relay module for
protective device, classified into six types by different module configuration: CJX-01, CJX-02,
CJX-03, CJX-04, CJX-11 and CJX-21. Various module assembled combined with relevant integral
panel, can meet the requirements of most projects.

Type Application Scope


Applied to the areas requiring several breakers operation circuits with single
CJX-01
tripping coil and voltage switching circuits
Applied to the areas requiring LOCKOUT relay to operate breaker without
CJX-02
operation circuit
Applied to the areas requiring several tripping/closing current seal-in circuits and
CJX-03
repeat relay circuits
CJX-04 Applied to the areas requiring several voltage switch and voltage parallel circuits
Applied to the areas requiring to operate two sets of three-phase interlock
CJX-11
breakers with single tripping coil and realize double busbars voltage switching
Applied to the areas requiring to operate a set of three-phase interlock breaker
CJX-21
with double tripping coil and realize double busbars voltage switching

Note!

To enhance or revise current function, the hardware of device may be updated, please
confirm that this version of manual is compatible with your products.

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Chapter 2 Technical Data

Chapter 2 Technical Data

2.1 Electrical Specifications

2.1.1 Power Supply

Rated Voltage 110Vdc, 125Vdc, 220Vdc, 250Vdc


Variation (80%~120%)Un
Ripple in the DC
Max 15% of the DC value. Per IEC 60255-11:1979
auxiliary voltage
Per IEC 60255-11:1979
Voltage dips and voltage
short interruptions 20ms for interruption without de-energizing, dips 60% of Un
without reset up to 100ms
Quiescent condition < 15W
Burden
Operating condition < 25W

2.1.2 Binary Input

Rated Voltage 110Vdc 125Vdc 220Vdc 250Vdc


Pickup voltage 77.0Vdc 87.5Vdc 154Vdc 175.0Vdc
Dropout voltage 60.5Vdc 68.8Vdc 121Vdc 137.5Vdc
Maximum permitted
150Vdc 150Vdc 300Vdc 300Vdc
voltage
Withstand 2kVac
Resolving time for logic
1ms
input

2.1.3 Binary Output

Contact Type Tripping contact Signal contact


Output mode Potential free contact
Rated Voltage 250Vac/dc 250Vac/dc
Test voltage across
> 1000Vac rms
open contact
Continuous carry 8A 5A
Short duration current
50A
(200ms)
Pickup time (Typ/Max) 5ms/10ms 10ms/15ms
Dropout time (Typ/Max) 4ms/10ms 8ms/10ms
Bounce time < 1ms < 1ms
Breaking capacity at 0.4A resistance 0.2A resistance
250Vdc 0.2A inductive (L/R=40ms) 0.05A inductive (L/R=40ms)

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Durability
Loaded contact 100,000 operations minimum
Unloaded contact 10,000,000 operations minimum

2.2 Mechanical Specifications

Enclosure dimensions
482.6×177×291 (unit: mm)
(W×H×D)
Trepanning dimensions
450×179, M6 screw
(W×H)
Mounting Way Flush mounted
Weight per device Approx. 25kg
Housing material Aluminum
Housing color Silver grey
Location of terminal Rear panel of the device
Protection class: Per IEC60529:1989
Front side IP40, Up to IP51(Flush mounted)
Other sides IP30
Rear side, connection IP20
terminals

2.3 Ambient Temperature and Humidity Range

Standard IEC 60255-6:1988


Operating temperature -25°C~+60°C
Transport and storage
-40°C~+70°C
temperature range
Permissible humidity 5%~95%, condensation not permissible

2.4 Type Tests

2.4.1 Environmental Tests

Dry cold test IEC 60068-2-1:1974 Test Ad for 16 h at -25°C


Dry heat test IEC 60068-2-2:1990 Test Bd for 16 h at +55°C
IEC 60068-2-30:1980 Test Db Two (12+12) hour cycles 95%RH,
Damp heat test, cyclic
low temperature +25°C, high temperature +55°C

2.4.2 Mechanical Tests

Vibration IEC60255-21-1:1988 Class I


Shock and bump IEC 60255-21-2:1988 Class I

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2.4.3 Electrical Tests

Dielectric tests IEC 60255-5:2000 Test voltage 2kV, 50Hz, 1min


IEC 60255-5:2000 Test voltage 5kV, unipolar impulses waveform
Impulse voltage tests
1.2/50μs,source energy 0.5J
Insulation resistance
IEC 60255-5:2000 Isolation resistance >100MΩ, 500Vdc
measurements

2.4.4 Electromagnetic Compatibility

Per IEC 60255-22-1:1988 (idt IEC61000-4-12:1995)


1MHz burst disturbance
Common mode: class III 2.5KV
test
Differential mode: class III 1.0KV
Per IEC60255-22-2:1996 (idt IEC 61000-4-2:2006) class IV
Electrostatic discharge
For contact discharge: 8kV
test
For air discharge: 15kV
Per IEC 60255-22-3:2000 (idt IEC 61000-4-3:1995) class III

Frequency sweep

Radiated amplitude-modulated

10V/m (rms), f=80…1000MHz


Radio frequency
interference tests Spot frequency

Radiated amplitude-modulated

10V/m (rms), f=80MHz/160MHz/450MHz/900MHz

Radiated pulse-modulated

10V/m (rms), f=900MHz


Per IEC 60255-22-4:2002 (idt IEC 61000-4-4:2004)
Fast transient
Power supply, I/O, Earth: Class IV, 4kV, 2.5 kHz, 5/50ns
disturbance tests
Communication terminals: Class IV, 2kV, 5 kHz, 5/50ns
Per IEC 60255-22-5:2002 (idt IEC 61000-4-5:1995) class III
Surge immunity test Power supply, AC input, I/O port: 2kV, line to earth; 1kV line to
line, 1.2/50us
Conducted RF Per IEC 60255-22-6:2001
Electromagnetic Power supply, AC, I/O, Comm. Terminal: Class III, 10Vrms, 150
Disturbance kHz~80MHz
Power Frequency Per IEC 61000-4-8:1993
Magnetic Field Immunity Class V: 100A/m for 1min, 1000A/m for 3s
Pulse Magnetic Field Per IEC 61000-4-9:1993
Immunity Class V: 6.4/16μs, 1000A/m for 3s
Damped oscillatory IEC 61000-4-10:1993
magnetic field immunity Class V: 100kHz & 1MHz–100A/m

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2.5 Certifications

1. ISO9001: 2000

2. ISO14001:2004

3. OHSAS18001:1999

4. ISO10012:2003

5. CMMI L3

6. EMC: 89/336/EEC, EN50263:2000

7. Products safety(PS): 73/23/EEC, EN61010-1: 2001, EN60950: 2002

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Chapter 3 Operation Theory

Chapter 3 Operation Theory

3.1 Overview

CJX series devices are assembled by modules which are mutually independent. 12 types of
modules are provided, as listed in Table 3.1-1.

Table 3.1-1 Types of modules

No. function ID
A Control relay of circuit breaker with single tripping coil SWI
B Seal-in current relays BO
C Voltage switchover relays RLY
D Lockout relays (type A) BO
E Repeat relays BO
F Isolation and shield
G Control relays of circuit breaker with double tripping coils (card A) SWI
H Control relays of circuit breaker with double tripping coils (card B) SWI
I Control relays of circuit breaker with double tripping coils (card C) SWI
J Voltage paralleling relays BO
K Voltage switchover RLY
L Lockout relays (type B) BO
Z Spare slot

CJX device has 14 slots in total. The types and quantity of modules can be configured flexibly.
Based on summary of many years of experiences, we integrate six types of devices which are
composed of various integral panels assembled by various modules, which can meet most current
application requirements, in which:

1. CJX-01

Can be equipped with four control circuit modules (A) and four voltage switchover modules (C or K)
at most;

2. CJX-02

Can be equipped with eight LOCKOUT modules (D or L) at most;

3. CJX-03

Composed of seal-in current module (B) and repeat relay module (E), the numbers of modules are
determined according to the requirements;

4. CJX-04

Can be equipped with ten voltage switchover modules (C or K) and three voltage paralleling
modules (J);

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5. CJX-11

Composed of two control circuit modules (A) and two voltage switchover modules (c or K);

6. CJX-21

Composed of a set of (three card-A, B, C) control circuit modules of double tripping coils with DC
power switchover (G, H, I) and two voltage switchover modules (C or K).

3.2 Control Circuit Module (Single Tripping Coil)

The principle of control circuit module with single tripping coil is shown in Figure 3.2-1.

Pwr+ Pwr-
Power
Supply
n1 n15
D24
Open state
R15 R13 L1 n11 supervision
To TWJ-
D5 D6
S2'
Seal-in of closing
n3
Closing circuit with latch 52b CC
R1
Auto- n12 D4 R1' Auto-reclosing
Reclosing
S1'
D2
Anti pump

D3
Manual closing
Manual n2 R4
Closing
Manual n4
R3 Manual tripping
Trip S3'
D1
D7 D8
Protect n20 Protection tripping

Tripping circuit with latch Trip


n5
TC
Seal-in of tripping
D23 R2 52a
L2 R2'
R16 R14 n13
To HWJ- Closed state
supervision
D16

Low pressure to n14 R11 R9 Low pressure to


block closing block closing

Low pressure to
Low pressure to block n16 R12 R10 block tripping
tripping
Low pressure to
Low pressure to n18 block tripping and
block tripping and closing
closing

Figure 3.2-1 Principle of control circuit module with single tripping coil

The rear terminals of control circuit module with single tripping coil is shown in the following table.

Pin No. Sign Description


01 Pwr+ Positive pole of power supply
02 In_ManCls Input of manual closing
03 CC To closing coil
04 In_ManTrp Input of manual tripping
05 TC To tripping coil
08~06 KKJ-1 Binary output 1 of post closing position

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08~07 TWJ2-1 Binary output 1 of open position relay 2


08 Common_1 Common terminal 1
09 TWJ2-2 Binary output 2 of open position relay 2
10 KKJ-2 Binary output 2 of post closing position
11 TWJ- Negative pole of power supply for open position relay
12 In_AR Input of automatic reclosure
13 HWJ- Negative pole of power supply for closed position relay
14 In_LowPres_Cls Input of low pressure to block closing circuit breaker
15 Pwr- Negative pole of power supply
16 In_LowPres_Trp Input of low pressure to block tripping circuit breaker
21~17 TWJ3-1 Binary output 1 of open position relay 3
Input of low pressure to block tripping and closing circuit
18 In_LowPres_Trp&Cls
breaker
21~19 HWJ2 Binary output of closed position relay 2
20 In_ProtTrp Input of protection tripping
21 Common_2 Common terminal 2
25~22 HYJ2 Binary output of low pressure to block closing circuit breaker
25~23 BO_TCCS Binary output of control circuit failure
25~24 TYJ2 Binary output of low pressure to block tripping circuit breaker
25 Common_3 Common terminal 3
26~30 TWJ1 Binary output of open position relay 1
27~29 TWJ3-2 Binary output 2 of open position relay 3
28~30 HWJ1 Binary output of closed position relay 1
30 Common_4 Common terminal 4

3.2.1 Power Supply


Auxiliary power for control relays of circuit breaker is supplied via terminal n1 and n15.

3.2.2 Circuit Breaker Open State Supervision


The auxiliary relays TWJ1, TWJ2 and TWJ3 are applied to supervise the open state of Circuit
breaker when terminal n11 is connected to the negative pole of power supply in series with normal
closed auxiliary contact of circuit breaker (52b).

In addition, if terminal n11 is connected with normal closed auxiliary contact of circuit breaker (52b)
and its close coil (CC), TWJ1, TWJ2 and TWJ3 can provide supervision on close coil as well.

Indicator L1 in green shows the open state of circuit breaker, and can be seen on the faceplate
with designation “52b”.

3.2.3 Closing Circuit


Auto reclosing signal comes from terminal n12, while manual closing signal comes from n2.

Terminal n3 shall be connected to close coil (CC) in series with normal closed auxiliary contact of
circuit breaker (52b).

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HBJ is a seal-in auxiliary relay, which pickup current is adaptive to the closing current in the range
of 0.5A-4A. If the closing current is greater than 4A, an additional resistor-R1’ can be added.

As shown in Figure 3.2-1, after the protection device sends closing command, the circuit is
conducted through the normally closed contact of anti-pump relay “TBJV”, the seal-in relay “HBJ”,
the normally closed auxiliary contact of circuit breaker “52b” and closing coil “CC”. The seal-in
relay “HBJ” will operate, and its normally open contact “HBJ” will be closed. The closing circuit with
latch will be conducted through the normally open contact “HBJ”, the normally closed contact of
anti-pump relay “TBJV”, the seal-in relay “HBJ”, the normally closed auxiliary contact of circuit
breaker “52b” and closing coil “CC” until the normally closed auxiliary contact of circuit breaker
“52b” is open. This circuit ensures that circuit breaker is still closed reliably even if the closing
command from the protection device has dropped off.

TBJV is the anti-pump relay; please refer to section 3.2.6 for details. This function can be released
by shortening S2 to bypass the normal closed contacts of TBJV.

Low pressure blocking function for manual closing is achieved by normal closed contact of HYJ1
and HYJ2; please refer to section 3.2.8 for details. This function can be released by shortening S1,
to bypass the normal closed contact of HYJ1 and HYJ2.

3.2.4 Trip Circuit


Protection trip signal comes from terminal n20, while manual trip signal comes from n4.

Terminal n5 shall be connected to trip coil (TC) in series with normal open auxiliary contact of
circuit breaker (52a).

TBJ is a seal-in auxiliary relay, which pickup current is adaptive to the trip current in the range of
0.5A-4A. If the trip current is greater than 4A, an additional resistor-R2’ can be added. TBJ is also
used in anti-pump circuit, please refer to section 3.2.6.

As shown in Figure 3.2-1, after the protection device sends tripping command, the circuit is
conducted through the normally closed contact of tripping pressure relay “TYJ1” and “TYJ2”, the
seal-in relay “TBJ”, the normally open auxiliary contact of circuit breaker “52a” and tripping coil
“TC”. The seal-in relay “TBJ” will operate, and its normally open contact “TBJ” will be closed. The
tripping circuit with latch will be conducted through the normally open contact “TBJ”, the normally
closed contact of tripping pressure relay “TYJ1” and “TYJ2”, the seal-in relay “TBJ”, the normally
open auxiliary contact of circuit breaker “52a” and tripping coil “TC” until the normally open
auxiliary contact of circuit breaker “52a” is open. This circuit ensures that circuit breaker is still
open reliably even if the tripping command from the protection device has dropped off.

Low pressure blocking function for trip is achieved by normal closed contact of TYJ1 and TYJ2;
please refer to section 3.2.8 for details. This function can be released by shortening S3 to bypass
the normal closed contact of TYJ1 and TYJ2.

3.2.5 KKJ
KKJ is an bi-stable auxiliary relay. When circuit breaker is closed manually, the relay KKJ will pick
up and latch, when circuit breaker is tripped manually, the relay KKJ will reset. The normal open
contact of KKJ can be used together with normal closed auxiliary contact of circuit breaker (52b),

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to initiate auto-reclosure in case that circuit breaker trips especially without any trip commands
from protection and manual switch.

3.2.6 Anti-pump
Anti-pump function is achieved via auxiliary relay TBJV.

In the event that a breaker is closed into a fault, while the operator is applying a close signal via a
closed control switch, the circuit breaker will trip and prevent closing again until the closing circuit
has been de-energized by the operator's releasing the control switch.

When trip signal comes and at the same time close signal persists, the contact of TBJ will close
and TBJV will operate and keep sealed with its’ own normal open contact. The normal closed
contact of TBJV will cut off closing circuit to prevent any further closing.

If there is anti-pump circuit in circuit breaker itself, the anti-pump function of this relay set can be
released by shortening S2 to bypass the normal closed contact of TBJV.

3.2.7 Circuit Breaker Closed State Supervision


The auxiliary relays HWJ1, HWJ2 are applied to supervise the closed state of Circuit breaker
when terminal n13 is connected to the negative pole of power supply in series with normal open
auxiliary contact of circuit breaker (52a).

In addition, if terminal n13 is connected to normal open auxiliary contact of circuit breaker (52a)
and its trip coil (TC), HWJ1, HWJ2 can provide supervision on trip coil as well.

Indicator L2 in red shows the closed state of circuit breaker, and can be seen on the faceplate with
designation “52a”.

3.2.8 Pressure Supervision


Three levels of pressure are provided: Low pressure to inhibit closing from terminal n14, low
pressure to inhibit trip from terminal n16, and low pressure to inhibit switching (both closing and
trip) from n18. The normal closed contacts of HYJ1 and HYJ2 are put in closing circuit, while the
normal closed contacts of TYJ1 and TYJ2 are put in trip circuit.

3.2.9 Spare Contacts


The device provides some reserved auxiliary contacts also, used to cooperate with other
protectors to realize other functions, which is shown in Figure 3.2-2.

n10 n9 n8 n6

n25 n24 n7

n22 n21 n17

n23 n19

n29 n27 n30 n26

n28

Figure 3.2-2 Output contacts of control circuit with single tripping coil

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3.3 Seal-in Module

Principle and contact output for current retain module are shown in Figure 3.3-1.

Figure 3.3-1 Principle and contact output for seal-in module

The rear terminals of seal-in module is shown in the following table.

Pin No. Sign Description


01 In_SIG1 Input terminal of signal for J1 relay
02 In_SIG2 Input terminal of signal for J2 relay
03 In_SIG3 Input terminal of signal for J3 relay
04 In_SIG4 Input terminal of signal for J4 relay
05 In_SIG5 Input terminal of signal for J5 relay
06 In_SIG6 Input terminal of signal for J6 relay
07 Out_SIG1 Output terminal of signal for J1 relay
08 Pwr+_1 The positive polarity of power supply for J1 relay
09 Out_SIG2 Output terminal of signal for J2 relay
10 Pwr+_2 The positive polarity of power supply for J2 relay
11 Out_SIG3 Output terminal of signal for J3 relay
12 Pwr+_3 The positive polarity of power supply for J3 relay
13 Out_SIG4 Output terminal of signal for J4 relay
14 Pwr+_4 The positive polarity of power supply for J4 relay
15 Out_SIG5 Output terminal of signal for J5 relay
16 Pwr+_5 The positive polarity of power supply for J5 relay
17 Out_SIG6 Output terminal of signal for J6 relay
18 Pwr+_6 The positive polarity of power supply for J6 relay
19~20 J1 The normally open contact of J1 relay
21~22 J2 The normally open contact of J2 relay

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23~24 J3 The normally open contact of J3 relay


25~26 J4 The normally open contact of J4 relay
27~28 J5 The normally open contact of J5 relay
29~30 J6 The normally open contact of J6 relay

Current seal-in module provides six completely identical DC seal-in relays. Select corresponding
parallel resistance (R2, R4, R6, R8, R10 and R12, cannot be used when DC seal-in current is less
or equal to 4A) for each DC seal-in relay according to DC seal-in current in the field.

Terminals n8, n10, n12, n14, n16, n18 are connected to positive pole of power supply, combined
with output contacts provided by relevant relay can realize seal-in function. Terminals n7, n9, n11,
n13, n15 and n17 are connected to negative pole of power supply through tripping coil or closing
coil. n1, n2, n3, n4, n5 and n6 are connected to tripping contacts of protective device.

3.4 Voltage Switchover Module with Latch

The principle and contact output of voltage switchover module with latch are shown in Figure
3.4-1.

Aux-

NO on BB1

NC on BB1

NC on BB2

NO on BB2

Aux+

Figure 3.4-1 Principle and contact output of voltage switchover module with latch

Where:

NO on BB1: Normally open contact of disconnector on busbar 1

NC on BB1: Normally closed contact of disconnector on busbar 1

NO on BB2: Normally open contact of disconnector on busbar 2

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NC on BB2: Normally closed contact of disconnector on busbar 2

The rear terminals of voltage switchover module with latch is shown in the following table.

Pin No. Sign Description


Input of auxiliary normally open contact of disconnector switch on
01 In_NO_DSBB1
busbar 1
Input of auxiliary normally closed contact of disconnector switch
02 In_NC_DSBB1
on busbar 1
Input of auxiliary normally open contact of disconnector switch on
03 In_NO_DSBB2
busbar 2
Input of auxiliary normally closed contact of disconnector switch
04 In_NC_DSBB2
on busbar 2
05 1U_1-1 Phase voltage input of busbar 1 of 1st group
06 1U_2-1 Phase voltage input of busbar 2 of 1st group
07 1U1 Phase voltage output after switching
08 1U_1-2 Phase voltage input of busbar 1 of 1st group
09 1U_2-2 Phase voltage input of busbar 2 of 1st group
10 1U2 Phase voltage output after switching
11 1U_1-3 Phase voltage input of busbar 1 of 1st group
12 1U_2-3 Phase voltage input of busbar 2 of 1st group
13 1U3 Phase voltage output after switching
14 1U_1-4 Start connection input of busbar 1 of 1st group
15 1U_2-4 Start connection input of busbar 2 of 1st group
16 1U4 Start connection input of after switching
17 2U_1-1 Phase voltage input of busbar 1 of 2nd group
18 2U_2-1 Phase voltage input of busbar 2 of 2nd group
19 2U1 Phase voltage output after switching
20 2U_1-2 Phase voltage input of busbar 1 of 2nd group
21 2U_2-2 Phase voltage input of busbar 2 of 2nd group
22 2U2 Phase voltage output after switching
23 2U_1-3 Phase voltage input of busbar 1 of 2nd group
24 2U_2-3 Phase voltage input of busbar 2 of 2nd group
25 2U3 Phase voltage output after switching
It is closed when two busbar lose voltage (i.e. neither of switching
26~28 BO_LossVolt
relays of two busbars operates.)
It is closed when switching relays of bus1 and switching relays of
27~28 BO_OpSimul
bus 2 operate at same time.
28 Common Common terminal
29 Pwr+ Positive pole of power supply for the module

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30 Pwr- Negative pole of power supply for the module

This module is used to switch voltage between two buses VT, for double busbars arrangement,
voltage can be automatically switched between two buses based on the state of isolator, the
device can be connected with the voltage of busbar Ⅰ or busbar Ⅱ. The state of isolator can be
reflected through normally closed and normally open auxiliary contacts of isolator of the line.

Isolator can provide a normally open and a normally closed auxiliary contact, its principle and
output contacts are shown in Figure 3.4-1. If field isolator can only provide a couple of normally
open auxiliary contacts, after parallel connecting n1 and n4, connect to normally open contact of
busbar Ⅰ, after n2 and n3 are parallel connected, they are connected to the normally open contact
of busbar Ⅱ. N29 and n30 will be connected to the positive and negative poles of power supply
respectively.

Signal indicator LED L1 (green) and L2 (green) indicate this feeder is either connected to busbar
Ⅰ or busbar Ⅱ respectively.

3.5 Voltage Switchover Module without Latch

The principle and output contact of voltage switchover module without latch are shown in Figure
3.5-1.

AUX-

NO on BB1

NO on BB2

AUX+

Figure 3.5-1 Principle and output contact of voltage switchover module without latch

The rear terminals of voltage switchover module without latch is shown in the following table.

Pin No. Sign Description


Input of auxiliary normally open contact of disconnector switch on
01 In_NO_DSBB1
busbar 1
02 Blank

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Input of auxiliary normally open contact of disconnector switch on


03 In_NO_DSBB2
busbar 2
04 Blank
05 1U_1-1 Phase voltage input of busbar 1 of 1st group
06 1U_2-1 Phase voltage input of busbar 2 of 1st group
07 1U1 Phase voltage output after switching
08 1U_1-2 Phase voltage input of busbar 1 of 1st group
09 1U_2-2 Phase voltage input of busbar 2 of 1st group
10 1U2 Phase voltage output after switching
11 1U_1-3 Phase voltage input of busbar 1 of 1st group
12 1U_2-3 Phase voltage input of busbar 2 of 1st group
13 1U3 Phase voltage output after switching
14 1U_1-4 Start connection input of busbar 1 of 1st group
15 1U_2-4 Start connection input of busbar 2 of 1st group
16 1U4 Start connection input of after switching
17 2U_1-1 Phase voltage input of busbar 1 of 2nd group
18 2U_2-1 Phase voltage input of busbar 2 of 2nd group
19 2U1 Phase voltage output after switching
20 2U_1-2 Phase voltage input of busbar 1 of 2nd group
21 2U_2-2 Phase voltage input of busbar 2 of 2nd group
22 2U2 Phase voltage output after switching
23 2U_1-3 Phase voltage input of busbar 1 of 2nd group
24 2U_2-3 Phase voltage input of busbar 2 of 2nd group
25 2U3 Phase voltage output after switching
It is closed when two busbar lose voltage (i.e. neither of switching
26~28 BO_LossVolt
relays of two busbars operates.)
It is closed when switching relays of bus1 and switching relays of
27~28 BO_OpSimul
bus 2 operate at same time.
28 Common Common terminal
29 Pwr+ Positive pole of power supply for the module
30 Pwr- Negative pole of power supply for the module

The functions of voltage switchover module without latch is the same as that of voltage switchover
module with latch. The difference lies in that all relays can not be latched. It will acts when
normally open contact of isolator is closed, and return when it is open.

When the signal of normally open auxiliary contact of isolator is lost, the device will output
alarming signal through n28 and n26.

Signal indicator LED L1 (green) and L2 (green) indicate that this feeder is either connected to
busbar Ⅰ or busbar Ⅱ respectively.

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3.6 LOCKOUT-A Module

LOCKOUT-A module is composed of three LOCKOUT circuits, the relays are all magnetic latching
relays. To meet different applications, five options are provided at present, they are distinct in
terms of principle and configuration of output contacts.

Type 1: shown in Figure 3.6-1, composed of three sets of LOCKOUT circuits, each set will output
three pairs of normally open contacts.

Pwr-
D1 D2
n1
n3 J1 J2 R1 R2
Trigger 1
Reset 1 n4 R3 R4 J1
D3 D4 n8 n7
J1
D5 D6 n10 n9
J2
J3 J4 n12 n11
n5 R5 R6
Trigger 2
Reset 2 n6 R7 R8 J3
D7 D8 n14 n13
J3
D9 D10 n16 n15
J4
J5 J6 n18 n17
n25 R9 R10
Trigger 3
Reset 3 n26 R11 R12 J5
D11 D12 n20 n19
J5
n2 R13 R14 L1 n22 n21
Pwr+ J2
J6
J4 n24 n23
J6

Figure 3.6-1 Principle and output contact of LOCKOUT-A module (type 1)

Type 2: shown in Figure 3.6-2, composed of three LOCKOUT circuit, each set will output two
couple of normally open contacts and a set of normally closed contact.

Pwr-
D1 D2
n1
n3 J1 J2 R1 R2
Trigger 1
Reset 1 n4 R3 R4 J1
D3 D4 n8 n7
J1 n9
D5 D6 n10
J2
J3 J4 n12 n11
n5 R5 R6
Trigger 2
Reset 2 n6 R7 R8 J3
D7 D8 n14 n13
J3
D9 D10 n16 n15
J4
J5 J6 n18 n17
n25 R9 R10
Trigger 3
Reset 3 n26 R11 R12 J5
D11 D12 n20 n19
J5
n2 R13 R14 L1 n22 n21
Pwr+ J2
J6
J4 n24 n23

J6

Figure 3.6-2 Principle and output contact of LOCKOUT-A module (type 2)

Type 3: shown in Figure 3.6-3, three LOCKOUT circuits are parallel connected to form a set of
LOCKOUT circuits, outputting 9 pairs of normally open contacts in total.

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Figure 3.6-3 Principle and output contact of LOCKOUT-A module (type 3)

Type 4: shown in Figure 3.6-4, composed of three sets of LOCKOUT circuits, outputting five pairs
of normally open contacts and four pairs of normally closed contacts in total.

Pwr-
D1 D2
n1
n3 J1 J2 R1 R2
Trigger 1
Reset 1 n4 R3 R4 J1
D3 D4 n8 n7
J1
D5 D6 n10 n9
J2
J3 J4 n12 n11
n5 R5 R6
Trigger 2
Reset 2 n6 R7 R8 J3
D7 D8 n14 n13
J3
D9 D10 n16 n15
J4
n25 J5 J6 n18 n17
R9 R10
Trigger 3
Reset 3 J5
n26 R11 R12
D11 D12 n20 n19
J5
n2 R13 R14 L1 n22 n21
J2
Pwr+ J6
J4 n24 n23
J6

Figure 3.6-4 Principle and output contact of LOCKOUT-A module (type 4)

Type 5: shown in Figure 3.6-5, three sets of LOCKOUT circuits are in parallel to form a set of
LOCKOUT circuit, outputting nine pairs of normally open contacts, which each pair of connecting
contacts are formed by parallel connecting the contacts of two different relays.

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J1
Pwr- n8 n7
D1 D2 D3 D4 J2
n1
J1 J2 J3 J4 J1
Trigger n3 R1 R2 n10 n9
J2
Reset
n4 R3 R4
D5 D6 D7 D8 J3
n12 n11
D9 D10 D11 D12 J4

J5 n13
J5 J6 J7 J8 n14
R5 R6
J6

R7 R8 J5
D13 D14 D15 D16 n16 n15
J6
D17 D18 D19 D20
J7 n17
n18
J9 J10 J11 J12 R9 R10 J8

J9 n19
R11 R12 n20
D21 D22 D23 D24 J10
n2 R13 R14 L1 J9
J4 n21
Pwr+ n22
J8 J10
J12 J11
n24 n23
J12

Figure 3.6-5 Principle and output contact of LOCKOUT-A module (type 5)

Terminals n3, n5 and n25 are input terminals for action signal, terminals n4, n6 and n26 are input
terminals for reseting signal. n2 and n1 terminals are connected with the positive and negative
poles of operation power supply respectively. Signal indicator LED L1 is normally light (red) shows
LOCKOUT circuit acts.

3.7 LOCKOUT-B Module

LOCKOUT-B module only provides a set of LOCKOUT circuits. Its principle and output contacts
are shown in Figure 3.7-1. The J1~J4 in the Figure 3.7-1 are magnetic latching relays, J5 is not
magnetic latching relay.

n3 terminal is action signal input terminal, n4 terminal is input terminal of resetting signal. n2 and
n1 terminals are connected to the positive and negative poles of operation power supply
respectively. Indicator L1 is normally lit (red), indicating the action of LOCKOUT circuit.

Figure 3.7-1 Principle and output contact of LOCKOUT-B module

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3.8 Repeat Relay Module

Repeat relay module has four independent circuits, each provides three output contacts, some of
which can be configured as normally open or normally closed contacts. The principle and output
contacts are shown in Figure 3.8-1.

n4, n6, n8 and n10 are action signal input terminal, n2 is connected to negative pole of operation
power supply.

Figure 3.8-1 Principle and output contact of repeat relay module

The rear terminals of repeat relay module is shown in the following table.

Pin No. Sign Description


01~03 BO_Trp_6-1 Binary output 1 of tripping relay 6 (normally open contact)
02 Pwr- Negative pole of power supply for 4 signal inputs
04 In_SIG1 Input of 1st signal
05~07 BO_Trp_6-2 Binary output 2 of tripping relay 6 (normally open contact)
06 In_SIG2 Input of 2nd signal
08 In_SIG3 Input of 3rd signal
09 Blank Not used
10 In_SIG4 Input of 4th signal
11~12 BO_Trp_3-1 Binary output 1 of tripping relay 3 (normally open contact)
13~14 BO_Trp_3-2 Binary output 2 of tripping relay 3 (normally open contact)
15~16 BO_Trp_4 Binary output of tripping relay 4 (normally open contact)
17~18 BO_Trp_1-1 Binary output 1 of tripping relay 1 (normally open contact)
19~20 BO_Trp_1-2 Binary output 2 of tripping relay 1 (normally open contact)
21~22 BO_Trp_2 Binary output of tripping relay 2 (normally open contact)

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23~24 BO_Trp_8 Binary output of tripping relay 8 (normally open contact)


25~26 BO_Trp_7-1 Binary output 1 of tripping relay 7 (normally open contact)
27~28 BO_Trp_7-2 Binary output 2 of tripping relay 7 (normally open contact)
29~30 BO_Trp_5 Binary output of tripping relay 5 (normally open contact)

3.9 Control Circuit Module (Double Tripping Coils)

This module consists of three cards-A, B and C, and provides control circuit for a three-phase
circuit breaker with two trip coils.

3.9.1 Power Supply and Its Supervision


Two auxiliary power supplies are used.

Auxiliary power 1 is supplied via terminal nA1 and nA29 to the circuits of open state supervision,
manual trip, manual closing, auto-reclosing, protection trip 1, closed state supervision 1, and
anti-pump circuit.

Auxiliary power 2 is supplied via terminal nA3 and nC10 to the circuits of closed state supervision
2 and protection trip 2.

These two power supplies are supervised by relays 1JJ, 2JJ, 3JJ and 4JJ.

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AUX1+ AUX1-
Power Supply1

Open state
supervision

Seal-in of closing

Auto-Reclosing Auto-reclosing

Anti-pump

Manual Closing Manual closing

Manual Trip Manual


tripping

Protection

Trip Coil 1
tripping
Protection Trip 1
Seal-in of trip

Closed state
supervision
Power
AUX2- supply 2
AUX2+
Closed state

Trip Coil 2
supervision
Manual trip
Protection
trip
Protection Trip 2
Seal-in of trip

Power
PS +

Power supply
PS - supply after

Switchover
switching

PS2

PS1

Power supply
supervison
PS1

PS2

Low pressure to Low pressure to


block AR block AR

Low pressure to Low pressure to


block closing block closing

Low pressure to Low pressure to


blocking tripping block tripping

Low pressure to Low pressure to


block tripping and block tripping and
closing closing

Figure 3.9-1 Principle of control circuit module with double tripping coils

The rear terminals of control circuit module with double tripping coils (card A) is shown in the
following table.

Pin No. Sign Description


01 Pwr+_1 Positive pole of power supply for 1st tripping coil
02~04 SHKKJ-1 Binary output 1 of post closing position
03 Pwr+_2 Positive pole of power supply for 2nd tripping coil
05 In_ManCls Input of manual closing
14~06 STKKJ-1 Binary output 1 of post tripping position
07 In_ManTrp Input of manual tripping

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14~08 STJ Binary output of manual tripping


09 In_AR Input of automatic reclosure
Binary output 2 of low pressure to block tripping circuit
14~10 TYJ2
breaker
11 CC To closing coil
Binary output 2 of low pressure to block closing circuit
14~12 HYJ2
breaker
13 In_ProtTrp_1 Input 1 of protection tripping
14 Common_1 Common terminal 1
15 TC_1 To tripping coil 1
16 Blank Not used
17 In_ProtTrp_2 Input 2 of protection tripping
18 In_LowPres_Trp Input of low pressure to block tripping circuit breaker
19 TC_2 To tripping coil 1
Input of low pressure to block tripping and closing circuit
20 In_LowPres_Trp&Cls
breaker
21 Pres_Pwr- Negative pole of power supply for pressure blocking circuit
22 In_LowPres_Cls Input of low pressure to block closing circuit breaker
23 Common_2 Common terminal 2
Binary output 1 of low pressure to block closing circuit
23~24 HYJ1
breaker
23~25 SHKKJ-2 Binary output 2 of post closing position
Binary output 1 of low pressure to block tripping circuit
23~26 TYJ1
breaker
23~27 STKKJ-2 Binary output 2 of post tripping position
28 Blank Not used
29 Pwr-_1 Negative pole of power supply for 1st tripping coil
30 Blank Not used

The rear terminals of control circuit module with double tripping coils (card B) is shown in the
following table.

Pin No. Sign Description


01 Pwr+_2 Positive pole of power supply for 2st tripping coil
02 Pwr+_1 Positive pole of power supply for 1nd tripping coil
03 Common_1 Common terminal 1
04 Common_2 Common terminal 2
05 Common_3 Common terminal 3
06~23 TWJ1-1 Binary output 1 of open position relay 1
07~24 HWJ1-1 Binary output 1 of closed position relay 1
08~25 HWJ4-1 Binary output 1 of closed position relay 4
09~26 TWJ2-1 Binary output 1 of open position relay 2
10~27 HWJ2-1 Binary output 1 of closed position relay 2
11~28 HWJ5-1 Binary output 1 of closed position relay 5

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12 Blank Not used


Negative pole of power supply for closed position relay of 2nd
13 52a_Pwr-_2
tripping coil
03~14 TWJ1-2 Binary output 2 of open position relay 1
03~15 HWJ1-2 Binary output 2 of closed position relay 1
03~16 HWJ4-2 Binary output 2 of closed position relay 4
04~17 TWJ2-2 Binary output 2 of closed position relay 2
04~18 HWJ5-2 Binary output 2 of closed position relay 5
19 Blank Not used
20 Blank Not used
05~21 BO_TCCS_1 Binary output of control circuit failure of 1st tripping coil
05~22 BO_TCCS_2 Binary output of control circuit failure of 2nd tripping coil
Negative pole of power supply for closed position relay of 1st
29 52a_Pwr-_1
tripping coil
30 TWJ- Negative pole of power supply for open position relay

The rear terminals of control circuit module with double tripping coils (card C) is shown in the
following table.

Pin No. Sign Description


01 AR_Pres_Pwr+ Positive pole of power supply for low pressure blocking AR
02 Pwr+_1 Positive pole of power supply for 1st tripping coil
03 AR_Pres_Pwr - Negative pole of power supply for low pressure blocking AR
04 Pwr+_2 Positive pole of power supply for 2nd tripping coil
Binary output 1 of the relay 1 of low pressure to block AR
05~07 CHYJ1-1
(normally closed contact)
06 Pwr+_3 Positive pole of power supply for 3rd tripping coil
08 Pwr-_1 Negative pole of power supply for 1st tripping coil
Binary output 1 of the relay 2 of low pressure to block AR
09~11 CHYJ2-1
(normally closed contact)
10 Pwr-_2 Negative pole of power supply for 2nd tripping coil
12 Pwr-_3 Negative pole of power supply for 3rd tripping coil
Binary output 2 of the relay 1 of low pressure to block AR
13~15 CHYJ1-2
(normally open contact)
Binary output 1 of power supply switch 3 (normally closed
14~16 3JJ-1
contact)
Binary output 2 of the relay 2 of low pressure to block AR
17~19 CHYJ2-2
(normally open contact)
Binary output 1 of power supply switch 4 (normally closed
18~20 4JJ-1
contact)
21 Blank
22~24 3JJ-2 Binary output 2 of power supply switch 3 (normally open contact)
23 Blank Not used
25 Blank Not used

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26~28 4JJ-2 Binary output 2 of power supply switch 4 (normally open contact)
27 Blank Not used
29 Blank Not used
30 Blank Not used

The low pressure supervision circuit is commonly used by the two control circuits, so it is powered
by either of the power supplies via switchover circuit. If auxiliary power 1 is normal, and then it will
be used for low pressure supervision, while if it fails, auxiliary power 2 will take the place. The
switchover is achieved via contacts of 1JJ and 2JJ.

3.9.2 Circuit Breaker Open State Supervision


The auxiliary relays TWJ1, TWJ2 and TWJ3 are applied to supervise the open state of Circuit
breaker when terminal nB30 is connected to the negative pole of power supply in series with
normal closed auxiliary contact of circuit breaker (52b).

In addition, if terminal nB30 is connected with normal closed auxiliary contact of circuit breaker
(52b) and its close coil (CC), as dashed line between nB30 and nA11 shows in Figure 3.9-1, TWJ1,
TWJ2 and TWJ3 can provide supervision on close coil (CC) as well.

Indicator L1 in green shows the open state of circuit breaker and can be seen on the faceplate with
designation “52b”.

3.9.3 Closing Circuit


Auto reclosing signal comes from terminal nA9, while manual closing signal comes from nA5.

Terminal nA11 shall be connected to close coil (CC) in series with normal closed auxiliary contact
of circuit breaker (52b).

HBJ is a seal-in auxiliary relay, which pickup current is adaptive to the closing current in the range
of 0.5A-4A. If the closing current is greater than 4A, an additional resistor-R1’ can be added. (see
section 3.2.3 about closing circuit with latching)

TBJV is the anti-pump relay; please refer to secion 3.9.6 for details. This function can be released
by shortening S2 to bypass the normal closed contacts of TBJV.

Low pressure blocking function for manual closing is achieved by normal closed contact of HYJ1
and HYJ2; please refer to section 3.9.10 for details. This function can be released by shortening
S1 to bypass the normal closed contact of HYJ1 and HYJ2.

3.9.4 Trip Circuit 1


Protection trip signal comes from terminal nA13, while manual trip signal comes from nA7. The
relay STJ in manual trip circuit provides multiplicated contacts for trip circuit 2, please refer to
section 3.9.9.

Terminal nA15 shall be connected to trip coil (TC1) in series with normal open auxiliary contact of
circuit breaker (52a).

TBJ1 is a seal-in auxiliary relay, which pickup current is adaptive to the trip current in the range of
0.5A-4A. If the trip current is greater than 4A, an additional resistor-R0’ can be added. TBJ1 is also

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used in anti-pump circuit, please refer to section 3.9.6. (see section 3.2.4 about tripping circuit with
latching)

Low pressure blocking function for trip is achieved by normal closed contact of TYJ1; please refer
to section 3.9.10 for details. This function can be released by shortening S4 to bypass the normal
closed contact of TYJ1.

3.9.5 SHKKJ and STKKJ


SHKKJ and STKKJ are bistable auxiliary relays. When circuit breaker is closed manually, the relay
SHKKJ will pick up and latch and STKKY will reset. When circuit breaker is tripped manually, the
relay SHKKJ will reset and STKKJ will operate and latch. The normal open contact of SHKKJ can
be used together with normal closed auxiliary contact of circuit breaker (52b), to initiate
auto-reclosure in case that circuit breaker trips especially without any trip commands from
protection and manual switch.

3.9.6 Anti-pump
Anti-pump function is achieved via auxiliary relay TBJV.

In the event that a breaker is closed into a fault, while the operator is applying a close signal via a
closed control switch, the circuit breaker will trip and prevent closing again until the closing circuit
has been de-energized by the operator's releasing the control switch.

When trip signal comes and at the same time close signal persists, the contact of TBJ1 and/or
TBJ2 will close and TBJV will operate and keep sealed with its’ own normal open contact. The
normal closed contacts of TBJV will cut off closing circuit to prevent any further closing.

If there is anti-pump circuit in circuit breaker itself, the anti-pump function of this relay set can be
released by shortening S2 to bypass the normal closed contacts of TBJV.

3.9.7 Circuit Breaker Closed State Supervision circuit 1


This supervision circuit is associated with the trip coil 1.

The auxiliary relays HWJ1, HWJ2 and HWJ3 are applied to supervise the closed state of circuit
breaker when terminal nB29 is connected to the negative pole of power supply in series with
normal open auxiliary contact of circuit breaker (52a).

In addition, if terminal nB29 is connected to normal open auxiliary contact of circuit breaker (52a)
and its trip coil (TC1), as dashed line between nB29 and nA15 shows in the Figure 3.9-1, HWJ1,
HWJ2 and HWJ3 can provide supervision on trip coil as well.

Indicator L2 in red shows the closed state of circuit breaker which can be seen on the faceplate
with designation “52a-1”.

3.9.8 Circuit Breaker Closed State Supervision circuit 2


This supervision circuit is associated with the trip coil 2.

The auxiliary relays HWJ4, HWJ5 and HWJ6 are applied to supervise the closed state of circuit
breaker when terminal nB13 is connected to the negative pole of power supply in series with

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normal open auxiliary contact of circuit breaker (52a).

In addition, if terminal nB13 is connected to normal open auxiliary contact of circuit breaker (52a)
and its trip coil (TC2), as dashed line between nB13 and nA19 shows in the Figure 3.9-1, HWJ4,
HWJ5 and HWJ6 can provide supervision on trip coil as well.

Indicator L3 in red shows the closed state of circuit breaker which can be seen on the faceplate
with designation “52a-2”.

3.9.9 Trip Circuit 2


Protection trip signal comes from terminal nA17, while manual trip signal comes from multiplicated
contact of STJ, please refer to section 3.9.4.

Terminal nA19 shall be connected to trip coil (TC2) in series with normal open auxiliary contact of
circuit breaker (52a).

TBJ2 is a seal-in auxiliary relay, which pickup current is adaptive to the trip current in the range of
0.5A-4A. If the trip current is greater than 4A, an additional resistor-R2’ can be added. TBJ2 is also
used in anti-pump circuit, please refer to section 3.9.6. (see section 3.2.4 about tripping circuit with
latching)

Low pressure blocking function for trip is achieved by normal closed contact of TYJ2; please refer
to section 3.9.10 for details. This function can be released by shortening S3 to bypass the normal
closed contact of TYJ2.

3.9.10 Pressure Supervision


Four levels of pressure are provided: Low pressure to inhibit auto-closing from terminal nC1, Low
pressure to inhibit closing from terminal nA22, low pressure to inhibit trip from terminal nA18, and
low pressure to inhibit switching (both closing and trip) from nA20. The normal closed contacts of
CHYJ1 and CHHYJ2 are provided to inhibit auto-reclosing, the normal closed contacts of HYJ1
and HYJ2 are put in manual closing circuit, while the normal closed contacts of TYJ1 and TYJ2 are
put in trip circuit.

3.9.11 Spare Contacts


Some spare contacts are provided for further applications, as shown in Figure 3.9-2.

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Figure 3.9-2 Output contacts of control circuit with double tripping coils

3.10 Voltage Parallel Module

The principle and output contact output for voltage parallel module is shown in Figure 3.10-1.

This module is used to the parallel connection to various voltage circuits. For double busbar
arrangement, if one bus VT of both is out of service, then the signals of protection and
measurement of voltage of all feeders connected with this bus shall use another bus VT (two
buses shall operate in parallel).

If parallel input circuit is latching circuit (such as most manual parallel), then connect the parallel
connecting input contact between positive pole and n1 terminal of DC power supply.

If parallel input circuit is not latching circuit (such as remote parallel, separation), then connect the
parallel and separation input contacts between n3 and n4 terminals of DC power supply
respectively.

N2 and n5 terminals are connected with the positive and negative poles of power supply
respectively.

When the parallel circuit operates, the indicator LED LD1 will be normally lit (red).

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Pwr-
n5
J1 J2 J3
n1 LD1 R7R8
Local paralleling

J7 D9 D1 D2 D3
J4 J5 J6
n2 J7 R9 R5R6
Pwr+

D4 D5 D6
D7

n3 J7 R3R4
Remote paralleling

Remote separation
n4 R1R2

D8

J3 J6
n8 n7 n20 n19
J3 J6
n10 n9 n22 n21
J2 J5
n12 n11 n24 n23
J2 J5
n14 n13 n26 n25
J1 J4
n16 n15 n28 n27
J1 J4
n18 n17 n30 n29

Figure 3.10-1 Principle and output contact of voltage parallel module

The rear terminals of voltage parallel module is shown in the following table.

Pin No. Sign Description


01 LocalParalle Local paralleling signal input
02 Pwr+ Positive pole of power supply for voltage parallel module
03 RemoteParalle Remote paralleling signal input
04 RemoteSeparate Remote separating signal input
05 Pwr- Negative pole of power supply for voltage parallel module
06 Blank
07~08 J3-1 Normally open contact 1 of the J3 relay
09~10 J3-2 Normally open contact 2 of the J3 relay
11~12 J2-1 Normally open contact 1 of the J2 relay
13~14 J2-2 Normally open contact 2 of the J2 relay
15~16 J1-1 Normally open contact 1 of the J1 relay
17~18 J1-2 Normally open contact 2 of the J1 relay
19~20 J6-1 Normally open contact 1 of the J6 relay
21~22 J6-2 Normally open contact 2 of the J6 relay
23~24 J5-1 Normally open contact 1 of the J5 relay
25~26 J5-2 Normally open contact 2 of the J5 relay
27~28 J4-1 Normally closed contact 1 of the J4 relay
29~30 J4-2 Normally open contact 2 of the J4 relay

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Chapter 4 Hardware Principle

Chapter 4 Hardware Principle

4.1 Overview
All CJX series devices have 14 slots, different types of CJX device is assembled by different
modules combined with different integral panel.

4.1.1 CJX-01

F E C B A 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

ON BB1 ON BB1 ON BB1 ON BB1 52b 52b 52b 52b

ON BB2 ON BB2 ON BB2 ON BB2 52a 52a 52a 52a

Figure 4.1-1 CJX-01 panel layout

CJX-01 can be equipped with four control circuit modules (single tripping coil) and four voltage
switch modules (with latch or without latch) at most, Figure 4.1-1 shows the front view layout of
panel, 6-9 slots are control circuit modules, B~F slots are voltage switchover modules. Definitions
of indicators on panel are as follows:

“ON BB1” and “ON BB2” indicators are green, provided by voltage switchover module, used to
indicate the current position of bus.

“52b”: indicator is red and “52a”: indicator is red, provided by control circuit module, used to
indicate the current state of circuit breaker.

When the slot is not inserted by module, the corresponding indicator on panel is blank. Other blank
module slots can adopt modules without indicator on demand, such as seal-in module or repeat
relay module, and etc. (the same as below).

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4.1.2 CJX-02

F E C B A 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

LOCKOUT LOCKOUT LOCKOUT LOCKOUT LOCKOUT LOCKOUT LOCKOUT LOCKOUT

Figure 4.1-2 CJX-02 panel layout

CJX-02 can be equipped with eight LOCKOUT modules in 7-F slots. Figure 4.1-2 shows the front
view layout of the panel. The LOCKOUT indicator on the panel is red, provided by LOCKOUT
module, and is lit when LOCKOUT circuit acts, and is extinguished when it is restored.

4.1.3 CJX-03

F E C B A 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Figure 4.1-3 CJX-03 panel layout

CJX-03 has several options of some seal-in modules or repeat relay modules, the specific
configuration is determined according to the actual demand.

Figure 4.1-3 shows the front view layout of the panel, without indicators.

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4.1.4 CJX-04

Figure 4.1-4 CJX-04 panel layout

CJX-04 can be equipped with three voltage parallel modules in 2~4 slots, and equipped with ten
voltage switchover modules in 5~F slots. Figure 4.1-4 is the front view layout of the panel, and
definitions of indicators on the panel are as follows:

“ON BB1” and “ON BB2” indicators are red, provided by voltage switchover modules, used to
indicate the current position of bus.

“PARAL” indicator is red, provided by voltage parallel modules, is lit when they are operated in
parallel, and extinguished when they are running separately.

4.1.5 CJX-11

F E C B A 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

ON BB1 ON BB1 52b 52b

ON BB2 ON BB2 52a 52a

Figure 4.1-5 CJX-11 panel layout

CJX-11 is fixed in 8 and 9 slots, equipped with two control circuit modules, and equipped with two
voltage switch modules in E and F slots.

Figure 4.1-5 is the front view layout of the device, definitions of indicators on the panel are as
follows:

“ON BB1” and “ON BB2” indicators are red, provided by voltage switchover module, used to
indicate the current position of bus.

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“52b” indicator is red, “52a” indicator is green, provided by control circuit, used to indicate the
current state of circuit breaker.

4.1.6 CJX-21

F E C B A 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

ON BB1 ON BB1 52b

ON BB2 ON BB2 52a_1

52a_2

Figure 4.1-6 CJX-21 panel layout

CJX-21 is fixed at 9, A and B slots, equipped with a set of control circuit module with double
tripping coils and DC power supply switchover (card A, card B, card C), equipped with two voltage
switch modules in E and F slots.

Figure 4.1-6 shows the front view layout of the panel, definitions of indicators on the panel are as
follows:

“ON BB1” and “ON BB2” indicators are green, provided by voltage switchover modules, used to
indicate the current position of bus.

“52b” indicator is red, “52a_1” and “52a_2” indicators are green, provided by control circuit module
with double tripping coil, used to indicate the current state of circuit breaker.

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Chapter 5 Installation and Commissioning

Chapter 5 Installation and Commissioning

5.1 Introduction
The chapter contains instructions on how to install and commission the protective device. It can
also be used as a reference if a periodic test is performed. The chapter covers procedures for
mechanical and electrical installation, energizing and checking of external circuitry, setting and
configuration as well as verifying settings and performing a directionality test.

The chapter contains the following information:

1. The “Safety information” presents warning and note signs, which the user should draw
attention to.

2. The “Overview” gives an overview over the major task when installing and commissioning the
protection equipment.

3. The “Unpacking and checking the protective device” contains instructions on how to
receive the protection equipment.

4. The “Installing the protective device” contains instructions on how to install the protection
equipment.

5. The “Checking the external circuitry” contains instructions on how to check that the
protection equipment is properly connected to the protection system.

The chapter is addressing the installation, commissioning and maintenance personnel responsible
for taking the protection into normal service and out of service. The installation personnel must
have a basic knowledge in handling electronic equipment. The commissioning and maintenance
personnel must be well experienced in using protection equipment, test equipment, protection
functions and the configured functional logics in the protection.

5.2 Safety Information


This section contains safety information. Warning signs are presented which attend the user to be
careful during certain operations in order to avoid human injuries or damage to equipment.

„ Warning signs

Warning!

Strictly follow the company and country safety regulations. Working in a high voltage
environment requires serious approach to avoid human injuries and damage to equipment.

Do not touch circuitry during operation. Potentially lethal voltages and currents are
present.

Always avoid touching the circuitry when the cover is removed. The product contains
electronic circuitries which can be damaged if exposed to static electricity (ESD). The

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electronic circuitries also contain high voltage which is lethal to humans.

Always use suitable isolated test pins when measuring signals in open circuitry. Potentially
lethal voltages and currents are present.

Never connect or disconnect a wire and/or a connector to or from a protective device


during normal operation. Hazardous voltages and currents are present that may be lethal.
Operation may be disrupted and protection equipment and measuring circuitry may be
damaged.

Always connect the protection equipment to protective ground, regardless of the operating
conditions. This also applies to special occasions such as bench testing, demonstrations
and off-site configuration. Operating the protection equipment without proper grounding
may damage both terminal and measuring circuitry, and may cause injuries in case of an
accident.

Never disconnect a secondary connection of current transformer circuit without


short-circuiting the transformer’s secondary winding. Operating a current transformer with
the secondary winding open will cause a massive potential build-up that may damage the
transformer and may cause injuries to humans.

Never unmount the front or back cover from a powered equipment or from a protection
equipment connected to powered circuitry. Potentially lethal voltages and currents are
present.

„ Caution signs

Caution!

Always transport modules using certified conductive bags. Always handle modules using a
conductive wrist strap connected to protective ground and on a suitable antistatic surface.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) may cause damage to the module.

Do not connect live wires to the protection equipment. Internal circuitry may be damaged.

Always use a conductive wrist strap connected to protective ground when replacing
modules. Electrostatic discharge (ESD) may damage the module and protection
equipment circuitry.

Take care to avoid electrical shock if accessing wiring and connection protection
equipment when installing and commissioning.

„ Note signs

Note!

Changing the active setting group will inevitably change the protection equipment’s
operation. Be careful and check regulations before making the change.

The protection assembly is designed for a maximum continuous current of four times rated

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value.

Activating the other setting group without proper configuration may seriously affect the
protection equipment’s operation.

5.3 Overview
The settings for each function must be calculated before the commissioning task can start. A
configuration, made in the configuration and programming tool, must also be available if the
protection equipment does not have a factory configuration downloaded.

The protection equipment is unpacked and visually checked. It is preferably mounted in a cubicle.
The connection to the protection system has to be checked in order to verify that the installation
was successful.

The installation and commissioning task starts with configuring the digital communication modules,
if included. The protection equipment can then be configured and set, which means that settings
and a configuration has to be applied if the protection equipment does not have a factory
configuration downloaded. Then the operation of each included function according to applied
settings has to be verified by secondary injection. A complete check of the configuration can then
be made. A conformity test of the secondary system has also to be done. When the primary
system has been energized a directionality check should be made.

5.4 Unpacking and Checking the Protection Equipment


Procedure

1) Remove the transport casing.

2) Visually inspect the protection equipment.

„ Carefully examine the protection panel, protection equipment inside and other parts
inside to see that no physical damage has occurred since installation.

„ The rating information should be given for the protection equipment.

„ The rating information of other auxiliary protections should be checked to ensure it is


correct for the particular installation.

Panel wiring:

Check the conducting wire used in the panel to assure that their cross section meet the
requirement. Carefully examine the wiring to see that they are no connection failure exists.

Label:

Check all the isolator links, terminal blocks, ferrules, indicators, switches and push buttons to
make sure that their labels meet the requirements of this project.

Equipment plug-in modules:

Check each plug-in module of the equipments on the panel to make sure that they are well

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installed into the equipment without any screw loosened.

Earthing cable:

Check whether the earthing cable from the panel terminal block is safely screwed to the panel
steel sheet.

3) Check that all items are included in accordance with the delivery documents.

The user is requested to check that all software functions are included according to the delivery
documents after the terminal has been energized.

4) Check for transport damages.

These product checks cover all aspects of the protection, which should be checked to ensure that
the protection not only has not been physically damaged prior to commissioning but also functions
correctly and all input quantity measurements are within the stated tolerances.

5.5 Installing the Protective Device


5.5.1 Overview
The mechanical and electrical environmental conditions at the installation site must be within
permissible range according to the technical data of the protection equipment. Dusty, damp places,
places liable to rapid temperature variations, powerful vibrations and shocks, surge voltages of
high amplitude and fast rise time, strong induced magnetic fields or similar extreme conditions
should be avoided. Please refer to Chapter 2 for details.

Sufficient space must be available in front of and at rear of the protection panel to allow access for
maintenance and future modifications. Flush mounted protection equipment should be mounted
so that equipment modules can be added and replaced without excessive demounting.

5.5.2 Dimensions
The equipment adopts IEC standard chassis and is rack with modular structure. It uses an integral
faceplate and plug terminal block on backboard for external connections. CJX series device is IEC
4U high and 19” wide. Figure 5.5-1 shows its dimensions and Figure 5.5-2 shows the panel
cut-out.

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101.6
177.0

Figure 5.5-1 Dimensions

465.0
101.6

179.0
4-Ф6.8

450.0

Figure 5.5-2 Panel cut-out

5.5.3 Grounding Guidelines


Switching operations in HV installations generate transient over voltages on control signal cables.
There is also a background of electromagnetic RF fields in electrical installations that can induce
spurious currents in the devices themselves or the leads connected to them.

All these influences can influence the operation of electronic apparatus. On the other hand,
electronic apparatus can transmit interference that can disrupt the operation of other apparatus.

In order to minimize these influences as far as possible, certain standards have to be observed
with respect to grounding, wiring and screening.

Note!

All these precautions can only be effective if the station ground is of good quality.

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5.5.4 Cubicle Grounding


The cubicle must be designed and fitted out such that the impedance for RF interference of the
ground path from the electronic device to the cubicle ground terminal is as low as possible.

Metal accessories such as side plates, blanking plates etc., must be effectively connected
surface-to-surface to the grounded frame to ensure a low-impedance path to ground for RF
interference. The contact surfaces must not only conduct well, they must also be non-corroding.

Note!

If the above conditions are not fulfilled, there is a possibility of the cubicle or parts of it
forming a resonant circuit at certain frequencies that would amplify the transmission of
interference by the devices installed and also reduce their immunity to induced
interference.

Movable parts of the cubicle such as doors (front and back) or hinged equipment frames must be
effectively grounded to the frame by three braided copper strips (refer to Figure 5.5-3).

The metal parts of the cubicle housing and the ground rail are interconnected electrically
conducting and corrosion proof. The contact surfaces shall be as large as possible.

Note!

For metallic connections please observe the voltage difference of both materials according
to the electrochemical code.

The cubicle ground rail must be effectively connected to the station ground rail by a grounding strip
(braided copper).

Figure 5.5-3 Cubicle grounding system

5.5.5 Making Electrical Connections


Always make sure established guidelines for this type of terminal is followed during installation.
When necessary use screened twisted-pair cables to minimize susceptibility. Otherwise, use any

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kind of regular nonscreened tinned RK cable or equivalent.

When using screened cabling always use 360° full screen cable bushing to ensure screen
coupling. Ensure that all signals of the single circuit are in the same single cable. Avoid mixing
current and voltage measuring signals in the same cable. Also use separate cables for control and
measuring circuits.

1. Connecting the auxiliary power:

All modules of the device demand to introduce DC operation power supply. The DC power supply
will be connected to the input terminals of various modules after running in idle for some time.

2. Input/output signal connectors:

The input and output circuits will be connected with the terminal board generally, external circuit
will connect the relevant terminal board through dedicated cable.

5.6 Check the External Circuit


The user must check the installation, which includes verifying that the relay is connected to the
other parts of the protection system. This is done with the relay and all connected circuits
de-energized.

1) Checking the power supply

Check that the value of the auxiliary supply voltage remains with the permissible range under all
operating conditions. Check that the polarity is correct according to the instruction manual.

2) Checking binary input circuits

Preferably, disconnect the binary input connector form the binary input cards. Check all connected
signals so that both input level and polarity are in accordance with the relay’s specifications.

3) Checking binary output circuits

Preferably, disconnect the binary output connector form the binary output cards. Check all
connected signals so that both load and polarity are in accordance with the relay’s specifications.

5.7 Insulation Test (if required)


Insulation resistance tests are only necessary during commissioning if it is required for them to be
done and they have not been performed during installation.

Isolate all wiring from the earth and test the isolation with an electronic or brushless insulation
tester at a DC voltage not exceeding 500V, The circuits need to be tested should include:

„ DC power supply

„ Output contacts

The insulation resistance should be greater than 100MΩ at 500V.

Test method:

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To unplug all the terminals sockets of this protective device, and do the Insulation resistance test
for each circuit above with an electronic or brushless insulation tester.

On completion of the insulation resistance tests, ensure all external wiring is correctly reconnected
to the protection

5.8 Final Check


After the above tests are completed, remove all test or temporary shorting leads, etc. If it has been
necessary to disconnect any of the external wiring from the protection in order to perform the
wiring verification tests, it should be ensured that all connections are replaced in accordance with
the relevant external connection or scheme diagram.

Ensure that the protection has been restored to service.

If the protection is in a new installation or the circuit breaker has just been maintained, the circuit
breaker maintenance and current counters should be zero. If a test block is installed, remove the
test plug and replace the cover so that the protection is put into service.

Ensure that all event records, fault records, disturbance records and alarms have been cleared
and LED’s has been reset before leaving the protection.

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Chapter 6 Maintenance

Chapter 6 Maintenance
NR numerical relay is designed to require no special maintenance. All measurement and signal
processing circuit are fully solid state. All input modules are also fully solid state. The output relays
are hermetically sealed.

Since the device is almost completely self-monitored, from the measuring inputs to the output
relays, hardware and software defects are automatically detected and reported. The
self-monitoring ensures the high availability of the device and generally allows for a corrective
rather than preventive maintenance strategy. Therefore, maintenance checks in short intervals are
not required.

Operation of the device is automatically blocked when a hardware failure is detected. If a problem
is detected in the external measuring circuits, the device normally only provides alarm messages.

6.1 Routine Check


The device realizes complete self-check, so routine check can only involve some typical items
recommended by our company, otherwise, users can run their own check regulations.

When failures are found during routine check, please confirm them by the following contents:

„ Check or test whether the circuit is properly connected

„ Whether the module is in correct position and located accurately

„ Whether the voltage of DC power supply is correct

„ Test flow strictly conforms to the requirements of debugging outline or related general rules

6.2 Replace Failed Modules


If the failure is identified to be in the relay module and the user has spare modules, the user can
recover the protection by replacing the failed modules.

Repair at the site should be limited to module replacement. Maintenance at the component level is
not recommended.

Check that the replacement module has an identical module name and hardware type-form as the
removed module.

The module name is indicated on the top front of the module.

Caution!

When handling a module, take anti-static measures such as wearing an earthed wrist band
and placing modules on an earthed conductive mat. Otherwise, many of the electronic
components could suffer damage.

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Replacing a module

„ Switch off the DC power supply

„ Disconnect the trip outputs

„ Unscrew the module.

Adopt different procedures for different types of module

Warning!

Hazardous voltage can be present in the DC circuit just after switching off the DC power
supply. It takes approximately 30 seconds for the voltage to discharge.

Warning!

Units and modules may only be replaced while the supply is switched off and only by
appropriately trained and qualified personnel. Strictly observe the basic precautions to
guard against electrostatic discharge.

Warning!

When handling a module, take anti-static measures such as wearing an earthed wrist band
and placing modules on an earthed conductive mat. Otherwise, many of the electronic
components could suffer damage.

6.3 Cleaning
Before cleaning the relay, ensure that all AC/DC supplies, current transformer connections are
isolated to prevent any chance of an electric shock whilst cleaning. Use a smooth cloth to clean
the front panel. Do not use abrasive material or detergent chemicals.

6.4 Storage
The spare relay or module should be stored in a dry and clean room. Based on IEC standard
60255-6 the storage temperature should be from -25oC to 70oC, but the temperature of from -10oC
to 40oC is recommended for long-term storage.

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Chapter 7 Decommissioning and Disposal

7.1 Decommissioning
1. Switching off

To switch off the protective device, switch off the external miniature circuit breaker of the power
supply.

2. Disconnecting Cables

Disconnect the cables in accordance with the rules and recommendations made by relational
department.

Danger!

Before disconnecting the power supply cables that connected with the DC module of the
protective device, make sure that the external miniature circuit breaker of the power supply
is switched off.

Danger!

Before disconnecting the cables that are used to connect analog input module with the
primary CTs and VTs, make sure that the circuit breaker for the primary CTs and VTs is
switched off.

3. Dismantling

The protective device rack may now be removed from the system cubicle, after which the cubicles
may also be removed.

Danger!

When the station is in operation, make sure that there is an adequate safety distance to
live parts, especially as dismantling is often performed by unskilled personnel.

7.2 Disposal
In every country there are companies specialized in the proper disposal of electronic waste.

Note!

Strictly observe all local and national regulations when disposing of the device.

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Chapter 8 Manual Version History

Chapter 8 Manual Version History


In the latest version of CJX, several descriptions on existing features have been modified. These
are described with reference to the table listed below:

Manual History

Software Version Manual Version Source Documentation


None R1.00 CJX Interposing Relay Set
None R1.01 CJX Interposing Relay Set

Modification Recorder

Manual Version Section Page No. Description of change Note


R1.00 Original release
The description about closing circuit with
3.2.3 9 Added
latching
R1.01
The description about tripping circuit with
3.2.4 10 Added
latching

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