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1 Getting started

• Compact system in one unit


- dynamic synchronisation
- load sharing
- generator protection
• 3-phase ACRMS measurements

• Calculation of complex AC values


• DIN-rail unit with separate display
• Easy operator programming via display or PC
• Reliable self-monitoring system

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1.1 Warnings and legal information


This manual gives guidelines to the installation of the DEIF multi-line 2 generator control and protection units. It is, however, not a
complete installation instruction. Therefore, even if terminal numbers are shown in the drawings, the drawings are to be used as
guidance only.

Installing and operating the multi-line 2 products implies work with dangerous currents and voltages, and therefore it should be done
by qualified personnel only.

Care must be taken during the installation to protect the terminals against static discharges. Once the units are installed and
connected, these precautions are no longer necessary.

DEIF takes no responsibility for operation or installation of the generator set. If there is any doubt about how to install or operate the
system on which the multi-line 2 products are measuring, the company responsible for installation or operation must be contacted.

1.2 Standard functions


The multi-line 2 is a protection and/or control unit for a generator driven by a diesel/gas engine or a turbine. It will carry out all
necessary tasks to control and protect a generator, regardless of the use of the generator. This means that the multi-line 2 can be
used for several application types such as:
- Stand-alone generator
- Multiple generator load sharing control
- Fixed load to mains/base load

The multi-line 2 measuring system is true RMS 3-phase measurement of generator voltage, generator current and bus (mains)
voltage.

1.2.1 Language
English, German, French or Spanish language can be chosen via the system menu structure.

1.2.2 Standard control functions (GPC and PPU only)


- Static synchronisation
- Dynamic synchronisation
o Frequency matching
o Voltage check
o Breaker delay time compensation
o Check phase sequence
- Fixed load (base load) running of the generator
- Fixed frequency running of a stand-alone generator
- Load sharing between generators with power and frequency control
- Relay outputs for speed governor
- Relay outputs to close/open generator breaker
- Adjustable ramp up/down of generator load
- Relay outputs for start/stop of next generator (high/low load) – GPC only

1.2.3 Generator protection functions


Protective functions can be selected to activate one or two of the configurable relays:
- GPU 4 configurable relays (standard)
- GPC 6 configurable relays (standard)
- PPU 6 configurable relays (standard)

Up to 15 relays can be available depending on the options selection. For additional relays please see the relay configuration chapter
1.15.5.

The standard protection functions in all units are:


- Reverse power
- Overcurrent (2 levels)

The reverse power alarm can be selected with definite or inverse time characteristic.

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1.3 Optional function list


For available options of the multi-line 2 – please see Specification of options, document no. 4921240240.

1.4 Hardware
The multi-line 2 housing is divided into board slot positions, some of which are standard (non-changeable) and some intended for
options. The unit is divided like this:

Terminal GPU GPC PPU


Slot #1 1-28 Standard Standard Standard
Slot #2 29-36 Option H1, H2, H3 Option H1, H2, H3 Option H1, H2, H3
Slot #3 37-64 Option G2/D2 Standard, option G1 Standard, option G1
Slot #4 65-72 Option E1, F2, EF2, EF3, EF4 Option E1, F2, EF2, EF3, EF4 Option E1, F2, EF2, EF3, EF4
Slot #5 73-89 Standard Standard Standard
Slot #6 90-125 Option F1, F2 Option F1, F2 Option F1, F2
Slot #7 98-125 Option M1 Option M1 Option M1
Slot #8 126-133 Option G1 Option D1, D2, H4 Option D1, D2, H4
Slot #9 RJ45 conn. Option N1 Option N1 Option N1

Besides the slots there is an additional board where the communication ports are placed. I.e. RS232 PC service port for the utility
software and the display port.

NOTE:
The option F2 uses two slots.

For slots #1, #3, #5, #7 and #9: Only specific boards can be mounted.
For slots #2, #4, #6 and #8: The boards are interchangeable.

An overview of the terminals can be seen below. The slots are positioned in the unit as follows (seen from the top of the unit):
SLOT #2

SLOT #6
SLOT #4

SLOT #8
90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97

126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133


29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72

Ethernet

112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

Display

85 86 87 88 89
Service port

79 80 81 82 83 84

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99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111
37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

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73 74 75 76 77 78
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SLOT #5
SLOT #3

SLOT #7

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1.5 Terminal strip overview (GPC / PPU)

1.5.1 Slots #1, #2, #5 and #6

SLOT #1

1.5.2 Slots #3, #4, #7 and #8

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1.6 Terminal strip overview (GPU)

1.6.1 Slots #1, #2, #5 and #6

SLOT #1

1.6.2 Slots #3, #4, #7 and #8

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1.7 Terminal strip, explanation


For the relay outputs the following terms will be used:
NO means Normally Open
NC means Normally Closed
Com. means common terminal for the relay in question

1.7.1 Slot #1, power supply and binary I/O (GPC / PPU)
Standard board (always needed):

Term. Function Technical data Description


1 +24 VDC 24 VDC +20/-30% Power supply
2 0 VDC
3 NC Status relay Normally closed relay, processor/power supply status supervision
4 Com. 24 V/1A
5 NO Relay 1 Configurable
6 Com. 250 VAC/8A
7 NC
8 NO Relay 2 Configurable
9 Com. 250 VAC/8A
10 NC
11 NO Relay 3 Configurable
12 Com. 250 VAC/8A
13 NC
14 NO Relay 4 Open breaker (de-load)
15 Com. 250 VAC/8A Can be configured for tripping also
16 NC
17 NO Relay sync. Close breaker (synchronising)
18 Com. 250 VAC/8A
19 NC
20 Open collector 1 Transistor out Pulse output 1, kWh counter
21 Open collector 2 Transistor out Pulse output 2, kvarh counter
22 Com. Common Common terminal for terminals 20 and 21
23 Digital input 1 Optocoupler Remote alarm inhibit
24 Digital input 2 Optocoupler Remote alarm acknowledge
25 Digital input 3 Optocoupler Start sync./control functions
26 Digital input 4 Optocoupler Bus communication control
27 Digital input 5 Optocoupler Block loss of mains (vector jump and df/dt (ROCOF) only) (option A)
28 Com. Common Common for terminals 23 to 27

The power supply must be protected with a 1A fuse.

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1.7.2 Slot #1, power supply and binary I/O (GPU)


Standard board (always needed):

Term. Function Technical data Description


1 +24 VDC 24 VDC +20/-30% Power supply
2 0 VDC
3 NC Status relay Normally closed relay, processor/power supply status supervision
4 Com. 24 V/1A
5 NO Relay 1 Configurable
6 Com. 250 VAC/8A
7 NC
8 NO Relay 2 Configurable
9 Com. 250 VAC/8A
10 NC
11 NO Relay 3 Configurable
12 Com. 250 VAC/8A
13 NC
14 NO Relay 4 Configurable
15 Com. 250 VAC/8A
16 NC
17 NO Relay sync. Sync. relay with option D2/G2
18 Com. 250 VAC/8A
19 NC
20 Open collector 1 Transistor out Pulse output 1, kWh counter
21 Open collector 2 Transistor out Pulse output 2, kvarh counter
22 Com. Common Common terminal for terminals 21 and 22
23 Digital input 1 Optocoupler Remote alarm inhibit
24 Digital input 2 Optocoupler Remote alarm acknowledge
25 Digital input 3 Optocoupler Start sync./control functions (only used with option G2/D2)
26 Digital input 4 Optocoupler Bus communication control
27 Digital input 5 Optocoupler Block loss of mains (vector jump and df/dt (ROCOF) only) (option A)
28 Com. Common Common for terminals 23 to 27

The power supply must be protected with a 1A fuse.

1.7.2.1 Inputs
This is an overview of the input functionality.

1.7.2.1.1 Input functionality


The inputs on slot #1 are used as control inputs. Each has a standard configuration, but three inputs can be reconfigured.

Term. Standard functions Function 2 Function 3 Function 4


23 Inhibit
24 Alarm ack. Island mode Reset governor output Parameter shift
25 Start sync./control
26 External communication Island mode Reset governor output Parameter shift
27 Block loss of mains Island mode Reset governor output Parameter shift

1.7.2.1.2 Standard functions

Term. Standard functions Function


23 Alam inhibit Alarm suppression of selected alarms
24 Alarm ack. Remote alarm acknowledgement
25 Start sync./control Activates synchronising and control of the governor/AVR
26 External communication Input used with Modbus and Profibus
27 Block loss of mains Inhibits the vector jump and ROCOF (df/dt) protection

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1.7.2.1.3 Selectable functions

Description Terminal Function Chapter


Island mode 24, 26, 27 Ignores the busbar measurements 1.12.6.2
Reset 24, 26, 27 Resets analogue governor output
Parameter shift 24, 26, 27 Enables the second level of protection 1.12.4.1

1.7.2.2 Alarm relays


The 4 alarm relays on slot #1 can be configured to alarm relays or limit contacts. Refer to the relay configuration chapter. The sync.
relay (terminal 17/18/19) is not configurable.

1.7.2.3 Status relay, slot #1


The status relay on the power supply board is a normally closed relay with the purpose of processor and power supply supervision.
This relay cannot be configured to any alarms.

1.7.2.4 kWh and kvarh counter


The multi-line 2 monitors the energy production of each unit and it has pulse-outputs for kWh and kvarh measurement. The number of
pulses depends on the nominal output of the generator as follows:

Pnom < 100 kW 1 pulse/kWh


Pnom 100-1000 kW 1 pulse/10 kWh
Pnom > 1000 kW 1 pulse/100 kWh

The pulse length is 1 s/pulse.

1.7.3 Slot #2, serial communication (option H)


It is only possible to use one of the available options – can-open, modbus or profibus.

1.7.3.1 Can-open (option H1)

Term. Function Description


29 Can-H The can is based on can-open
30 GND
31 Can-L
32 Can-H
33 GND
34 Can-L
35 Not used
36 Not used

1.7.3.2 Modbus (option H2)

Term. Function Description


29 DATA + (A) Modbus RTU, RS485
30 GND
31 DATA - (B)
32 DATA + (A)
33 GND
34 DATA - (B)
35 Not used
36 Not used

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1.7.3.3 Profibus (option H3)

Term. Function Description


29 DATA + (B) Pin 3 on 9 pole sub-D connector
30 GND Pin 5 on 9 pole sub-D connector
31 DATA - (A) Pin 8 on 9 pole sub-D connector
32 DATA + (B)
33 GND
34 DATA - (A)
35 Not used
36 Not used

The serial communication line should be terminated between (data +) and (data -) or (can H) and (can L) with a resistor equal to the
cable impedance. The terminals 29/32, 30/33 and 31/34 are internally connected.

Use shielded twisted pair cable.

1.7.4 Slot #3, load sharing/synchronising control

1.7.4.1 Slot #3, load sharing control (GPC / PPU)

Term. Function Technical data Description


37 -5…0…5 VDC Analogue I/O Active load sharing line
38 Com. Common Common for load sharing lines
39 -5…0…5 VDC Analogue I/O Reactive load sharing
40 -10…0…10 VDC Analogue input Frequency/active load set-point. Passive (requires external power
supply)
41 Com. Common Common for terminals 40 and 42
42 -10…0…10 VDC Analogue input Voltage/var/power factor/reactive load set-point. Passive (requires
external power supply)
43 Binary input 6 Optocoupler De-load (not possible in freq.-control mode)
44 Binary input 7 Optocoupler Manual raise speed (only active when “start sync./control” is OFF)
45 Binary input 8 Optocoupler Manual lower speed (only active when “start sync./ control” is OFF)
46 Binary input 9 Optocoupler Manual raise voltage (only active when “start sync./ control” is OFF)
47 Binary input 10 Optocoupler Manual lower voltage (only active when “start sync./ control” is OFF)
48 Binary input 11 Optocoupler Mode 1
49 Binary input 12 Optocoupler Mode 2
50 Binary input 13 Optocoupler Mode 3
51 Binary input 14 Optocoupler Mode 4
52 Binary input 15 Optocoupler Mode 5
53 Binary input 16 Optocoupler Mode 6
54 Binary input 17 Optocoupler Generator breaker open
55 Binary input 18 Optocoupler Generator breaker closed
56 Com. Common Common for terminals 43 to 55
57 NO Relay 14 Engine speed governor: Raise speed
58 Com. 250 VAC 8A
59 NO Relay 15 Engine speed governor: Lower speed
60 Com. 250 VAC 8A
61 NO Relay no. 8 Start next generator (high load)
62 Com. 250 VAC 8A
63 NO Relay no. 9 Stop next generator (low load)
64 Com. 250 VAC 8A

Mode 1-6: These controls are only active when the breaker is closed and the start sync. input is ON.

Control selections with mode 1-6 inputs: See chapter 1.7.4.5.

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1.7.4.2 Slot #3, synchronising control (GPU with options G2/D2)

Term. Function Technical data Description


37
38
39
40
41
42
43 Binary input 6 Optocoupler Open breaker (only if input 25 is ON)
44 Binary input 7 Optocoupler Manual raise speed (only active when “start sync./ control” is OFF)
45 Binary input 8 Optocoupler Manual lower speed (only active when “start sync./ control” is OFF)
46 Binary input 9 Optocoupler Manual raise voltage (only active when “start sync./ control” is OFF)
47 Binary input 10 Optocoupler Manual lower voltage (only active when “start sync./ control” is OFF)
48
49
50
51
52
53
54 Binary input 17 Optocoupler Generator breaker open
55 Binary input 18 Optocoupler Generator breaker closed
56 Com. Common Common for terminals 43 to 55
57 NO Relay 14 Engine speed governor: Raise speed (option G2)
58 Com. 250 VAC 8A
59 NO Relay 15 Engine speed governor: Lower speed (option G2)
60 Com. 250 VAC 8A
61 NO Relay no. 8 AVR: Lower voltage (option D2)
62 Com. 250 VAC 8A
63 NO Relay no. 9 AVR: Raise voltage (option D2)
64 Com. 250 VAC 8A

1.7.4.3 Manual operation


The manual binary inputs can be used when the start/sync. input 25 is not activated. They respond to both relay and analogue
outputs.

1.7.4.4 Deload input


The deload input is only functioning when the start/sync. input 25 is ON. The function is activated by setting input 43 with a binary
signal.

Function
Running mode Deloading Open breaker
Fixed frequency X
Fixed power X
Droop X
Load sharing X

The GPC/PPU has a deload function which is used when the generator breaker has to be opened with no load. The deload function is
primarily used when running parallel with generators or the mains.

NOTE:
When the deload is activated in stand-alone operation the multi-line 2 will still attempt to deload, but because the generator is running
stand-alone the effect will be decreasing frequency and the breaker will not open.

If the deload input is left ON after opening of the breaker, it will prevent resynchronisation. If the deload input is used in the GPU with
options G2/D2, it will open the breaker instantly, as the GPU can only run in fixed frequency mode.

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1.7.4.5 Mode selections and external input (GPC / PPU)

Power/frequency mode selec- Mode 1 Mode 2


tion
Fixed frequency OFF OFF
Base load (fixed power) ON OFF
Droop OFF ON
Load sharing ON ON

Power/frequency modes
Internal set-point Mode 3 OFF
External (terminals 40 (signal) and 41 (gnd)) set-point Mode 3 ON

External set-point values


Mode Input Value
Fixed frequency -10…0…+10 VDC -5…0…+5 Hz related to nominal frequency
Base load (fixed power) 0…10 VDC 0…100% load related to nominal power
Droop -10…0…+10 VDC -5…0…+5 Hz related to nominal frequency
Load sharing -10…0…+10 VDC -5…0…+5 Hz related to nominal frequency

Voltage/var/power factor Mode 4 Mode 5


mode selection (option D)
Fixed voltage OFF OFF
Fixed var control ON OFF
Fixed power factor control OFF ON
var sharing ON ON

Voltage/var/power factor modes (option D)


Internal set-point Mode 6 OFF
External (terminals 41 (gnd) and 42 (signal)) set-point Mode 6 ON

External set-point values


Mode Input Value
Fixed voltage -10…0…+10 VDC -10…0…+10% related to nominal voltage
Fixed var control 0…10 VDC 0…100% load related to fixed var set-point
(4032)
Fixed power factor control 0…+10 VDC Cos φ 1.0…0.6 inductive
var sharing -10…0…+10 VDC -10…0…+10% voltage setting related to
nominal voltage

External set-point inputs are passive and require an external power source (+/-10 VDC).

1.7.5 Slot #4, analogue output, combination outputs


Slot #4 is used for either transducer outputs or governor/AVR outputs.

The analogue outputs are active outputs i.e. they use the internal power supply. The outputs are galvanically separated from each
other and the rest of the unit.

1.7.5.1 Slot #4, analogue transducer output (option F2)


The transducer output option F2 consists of four outputs. Outputs 1 and 2 are placed in slot #6 and outputs 3 and 4 in slot #4.

The individual output can be selected (in display or via PC software) to represent any AC measuring value and related values (e.g.
power, power factor, frequency etc.).

For actual selection refer to the channel numbers 4500-4560.

Via software selection the outputs can be selected to 0…20 mA or 4…20 mA.

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Term. Function Description


65 Not used
66 0(4) - 20 mA out Analogue output 4, selectable
67 0
68 Not used
69 Not used
70 0(4) - 20 mA out Analogue output 3, selectable
71 0
72 Not used

1.7.5.2 Slot #4, analogue speed governor/AVR (option E1)

Term. Function Description


65 Not used
66 +/-20 mA out Speed governor set-point output
67 0
68 Not used
69 Not used
1
70 +/-20 mA out AVR voltage set-point output
71 0
72 Not used

The current outputs can, if needed, be converted to voltage using a resistor across the terminals (250 Ω will convert the +/-20 mA into
+/-5 VDC).
1
NOTE :
Voltage control set-point to AVR is an option (option D).

If a combination of analogue signals and relay signals is needed, option EF4 is to be used.

1.7.5.3 Slot #4, analogue speed governor output and one transducer output (option EF2)

Term. Function Description


65 Not used
66 +/-20 mA Speed governor set-point output
67 0
68 Not used
69 Not used
70 0(4) - 20 mA out 3
71 0
72 Not used

1.7.5.4 Slot #4, PWM output for speed governor (option EF3)

Term. Function Description


65 ANA + Analog +/- 20 mA for AVR
66 ANA -
67 PWM + PWM speed governor signal
68 PWM -
69 Relay Relay output for AVR. Lower voltage
70 Relay
71 Relay Relay output for AVR. Raise voltage
72 Relay

NOTE:
If the AVR controls are used the option D1 or D2 must be selected.

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1.7.5.5 Slot #4, combination output for governor and AVR (option EF4)
The governor PCB is a flexible speed and AVR (option D) option board.

Through a menu (2210) it is possible to set the speed governor to either binary or analogue output, and with option D the same
selection regarding AVR control is possible.

On the PCB there is only one set of binary outputs and one analogue output. This means that if the binary output is used for speed
control, the analogue output will be used for the AVR, and vice versa.

Term. Function Description


65 ANA + Analog +/- 20 mA for GOV or AVR
66 ANA -
67 Not used
68 Not used
69 GOV relay up Relay output for GOV or AVR. Raise
70 GOV relay up speed or voltage
71 GOV relay down Relay output for GOV or AVR. Lower
72 GOV relay down speed or voltage

1.7.6 Slot #5, AC measuring

Term. Function Technical data Description


73 I L1 s1 Generator current L1 1/5 A AC input
74 I L1 s2
75 I L2 s1 Generator current L2 1/5 A AC input
76 I L2 s2
77 I L3 s1 Generator current L3 1/5 A AC input
78 I L3 s2
79 U L1 Generator voltage L1 Max. 690 VAC phase - phase value
80 Not used
81 U L2 Generator voltage L2 Max. 690 VAC phase - phase value
82 Not used
83 U L3 Generator voltage L3 Max. 690 VAC phase - phase value
84 U neutral Generator voltage For land-based applications only
neutral
85 U L1 Bus voltage L1 Max. 690 VAC phase - phase value
86 Not used
87 U L2 Bus voltage L2 Max. 690 VAC phase - phase value
88 Not used
89 U L3 Bus voltage L3 Max. 690 VAC phase - phase value

NOTE:
Current inputs are galvanically separated. Max. 0.3 VA per phase.

Voltage measurements are available in 4 levels (phase to phase):

1) 100 to 110 VAC


2) 200 to 240 VAC
3) 380 to 480 VAC
4) 660 to 690 VAC

The voltage level is to be defined when ordering, but can be changed onsite for the levels 1-3. The voltage level 4 (660 to 690 VAC)
cannot be changed onsite, but must be defined when ordering.

1.7.7 Slot #6, analogue transducer output (option F1)


These outputs are active outputs i.e. they use the internal power supply. The outputs are galvanically separated from each other and
the rest of the unit. The individual output can be selected (in display or via PC programming software) to represent any AC measuring
value and related values (e.g. power, power factor, frequency etc.).

For actual selection refer to the channel number 4500-4560.

Via software selection the outputs can be selected to be 0…20 mA or 4…20 mA.

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Term. Function Description


90 Not used
91 0 Analogue output 1, selectable
92 0(4) - 20 mA out
93 Not used
94 Not used
95 0 Analogue output 2, selectable
96 0(4) - 20 mA out
97 Not used

1.7.8 Slot #7, configurable I/O extension card (option M1)


An engine interface board is mounted in slot #7. It consists of configurable inputs and outputs. The configuration is done through the
utility software and the default settings can be changed to the relevant settings. To configure the inputs, upload the parameter list
from the multi-line 2 and select the input to be configured. Then a configuration dialog box appears and the settings can be changed.
The standard title (e.g. 4-20mA in no. 1) can be changed, and the new title will also be shown in the display. Refer to the utility
software configuration chapter 1.12.6.

The minimum and maximum values of the 4-20mA input can be adjusted:

• Value: Alarm value (e.g. 85°C)


• Min.: Value corresponding to 4mA (e.g. 0°C)
• Max.: Value corresponding to 20mA (e.g. 100°C)

The inputs can be used as a high or low alarm. As a “high alarm” the alarm appears when the measured value is higher than the
alarm limit, and as a “low alarm” the alarm appears when the measured values are lower than the alarm limit.

The relay outputs on slot #7 can be used as additional relays to the standard configurable relays. The names of the three relays are
relay 5, 6 and 7. Using the configurable extension card allows you to use two of seven relays instead of two of four/six relays on the
standard multi-line 2.

The inputs on slot #7 can also be used to trip the generator breaker (R4). The binary inputs use 24 volt constant signal. They are not
pulse inputs.

Term. Function Technical data Description


98 Analogue input 1 + +4…20 mA in 4…20 mA input
99 Analogue input 1 - GND
100 Analogue input 2 + +4…20 mA in 4…20 mA input
101 Analogue input 2 - GND
102 Analogue input 3 + +4…20 mA in 4…20 mA input
103 Analogue input 3 - GND
104 Analogue input 4 + +4…20 mA in 4…20 mA input
105 Analogue input 4 - GND
106 PT100 input 1 P 3-wire PT100 input
107 PT100 input 1 I -40…+250°C
108 PT100 input 1 O According to EN 60751 and IEC 751
109 PT100 input 2 P 3-wire PT100 input
110 PT100 input 2 I -40…+250°C
111 PT100 input 2 O According to EN 60751 and IEC 751
112 Tacho input 0.5…70 VAC RPM/magnetic pickup
113 Tacho input /10…10.000 Hz
114 Binary input 1 Optocoupler Binary input
115 Binary input 2 Optocoupler Binary input
116 Binary input 3 Optocoupler Binary input
117 Binary input 4 Optocoupler Binary input
118 Binary input 5 Optocoupler Binary input
119 Com. Common Common for terminals 114-124
120 NO Relay 5 Relay output
121 Com. 250 VAC 8A
122 NO Relay 6 Relay output
123 Com. 250 VAC 8A
124 NO Relay 7 Relay output
125 Com. 250 VAC 8A

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1.7.9 Slot #8, AVR control relay outputs (option D)


This I/O list is for the GPC and PPU.

Term. Function Technical data Description


126 NO Relay 10 Generator AVR: Raise voltage (option D only)
127 Com. 250 VAC, 8A
128 NO Relay 11 Generator AVR: Lower voltage (option D only)
129 Com. 250 VAC, 8A
130 NO Relay 12 Relay output
131 Com. 250 VAC, 8A
132 NO Relay 13 Relay output
133 Com. 250 VAC, 8A

NOTE:
If PWM governor output is selected together with option D the relay outputs for AVR control are placed on slot #4.

1.7.10 Slot #8, load dependent start/stop relays (option G1)


This I/O list is for the GPU.

Term. Function Technical data Description


126 NO Relay 10 Start next generator (high load)
127 Com. 250 VAC, 8A
128 NO Relay 11 Stop next generator (low load)
129 Com. 250 VAC, 8A
130 NO Relay 12 Relay output
131 Com. 250 VAC, 8A
132 NO Relay 13 Relay output
133 Com. 250 VAC, 8A

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1.7.11 Slot #8, Caterpillar CCM communication (option H4 – not available at the moment)

Term. Function Description


126 Not used
127 Not used
128 RxD RS232 receive data from other unit
129 Not used
130 TxD RS232 transmit data from multi-line
131 Not used
132 GND Ground
133 Not used

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1.8 Wirings

1.8.1 AC connections (3 phases)

NOTE:
The neutral line (N) connection is not necessary for correct measurement. 3-phase without neutral is also possible.

The current transformers ground connection can be on s1 or s2 connection, whichever is preferred.

Fuses: 2A slow-blow.

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1.8.2 AC connections (single phase)

NOTE:
The current transformer ground connection can be on s1 or s2 connection, whichever is preferred.

Fuses: 2A slow-blow.

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1.8.3 AC connections (split phase)

NOTE:
The current transformers ground connection can be on s1 or s2 connection, whichever is preferred.

Fuses: 2A slow-blow.

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1.8.4 Load sharing lines (GPC / PPU)


Even though screened cable is not needed, it is recommended if the cable run is longer than 5 m between units.

1.8.5 Binary inputs


All binary inputs are 24 VDC bi-directional optocoupler. Typical input is:

The binary inputs use fixed signals. They do not use pulse signals.

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1.8.6 Analogue inputs (external set-points) (GPC / PPU)


The set-point inputs are passive, i.e. an external power source is needed. This can be an active output from e.g. a PLC, or a
potentiometer can be used.

1.8.6.1 0…10 VDC input using potentiometer

1.8.6.2 +/-10 V input using potentiometer

1.8.7 Optocoupler outputs for external counter


The kWh counter (terminals 20-22) and kvarh counter (terminals 21-22) outputs are low-power outputs. For that reason the following
circuit must be applied:
+24 VDC

0.5 uF
100V EXTERNAL
COUNTER

PPU
20(kWh)

22 (COMMON)

O VDC

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1.8.8 Communication wiring diagram (option H)

Multi-line 2 Multi-line 2 Multi-line 2

29 30 31 32 33 34 29 30 31 32 33 34 29 30 31 32 33 34

GND
(One end only)

PLC

1.8.9 Display I/F cable (option J)


A standard computer extension cable can be used (9-pole SUB-D male/female plugs) or a cable can be tailored:

2
Wires min. 0.22 m , max. cable length 6 m.
Cable types: Belden 9540, BICC H8146, Brand Rex BE57540 or equivalent.
Option J1: Cable length 3 m.
Option J2: Cable length 6 m.

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1.8.10 PC I/F cable (option J3)


A standard computer null-modem cable can be used (9-pole SUB-D female/female plugs) or a cable can be tailored:

The cable length is 3 m.

1.9 Communication – ethernet/TCP/IP (option N1)


It is possible to communicate with the multi-line 2 through the world wide web or local intranet.

To be able to use this feature one multi-line 2 must be installed with the TCP/IP hardware, and all multi-line 2 must be installed with
modbus communication. The communication with the world wide web is done through the TCP/IP unit. This unit communicates
through mod-bus with the other units in the system.

The web pages show the installation with the generators, the breakers and the multi-line 2 units. Clicking on the icons on the screen
gives access to the following:

Status: Screen showing the alarms and the status of all the control inputs.
Messages: Creates and sends e-mail messages if alarms occur.
Settings: Screen showing setup menus.
Measurements: The relevant values can be chosen between all measured generator values.

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1.10 Water turbine control (option O) (GPC / PPU only)


When option O is selected it is possible to use the multi-line 2 to control a water turbine.

1.10.1 Water turbine control function


The flow chart describes the start up sequence that must be followed.

Start

OFF
Start sync./
control
(Term. 25)

ON

Relay 7,
start output
(Jet deflectors open)

Jet
deflectors
feedback
(Term. 118)

ON

Synchronising

GB Sync.
closed failure Sync. failure alarm
timer

Freq./power/water control with relay


outputs

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1.10.2 Hardware
The GPC/PPU for water control uses the I/O extension board in slot #7. Three inputs/outputs are used:

Terminal Input/output Function


98/99 4…20 mA input Water level input, level control + alarm
118/119 Binary input Jet deflector feedback
124/125 Relay 7 Start output, opens jet deflectors

The additional input/outputs can be configured for alarm purposes.

Only relay outputs can be used for power, frequency or water level control. If the water turbine has more than one inlet, valve opening
and closing of the individual valves on the turbine must be controlled from e.g. a PLC.

AVR control can be used with relay outputs (option D) or analogue (option D/E1).

1.10.3 Water level configuration


The 4…20 mA input on terminal 98/99 is configured in the system setup, channel 4130, water level. The input will always be scaled in
percent (%).

Diagram, level input configuration.

Input

20mA

Water level
4mA

0% 250%

The minimum and maximum water level can each be configured from 0…250% like the example above or every value in between.

1.10.4 Water level protection


An alarm can be activated for water level protection if the 4…20 mA input is used (see channel 1400). The alarm set-point is scaled in
percent of the water level input configuration.

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Diagram, alarm range, example.

Input Alarm level 100%

20mA

Alarm level 0%

4mA
Level

0% 100% 200% 250%

NOTE:
The alarm must be configured through the utility software, see chapter 1.12.6.

1.10.5 Running modes


It is possible to operate in the following running modes:

Running mode Mode input Mode input Water level regulation


Term. 48 Term. 49 Channel 4133
Fixed frequency OFF OFF Don’t care
Fixed power ON OFF OFF
Water level control ON OFF ON
Droop OFF ON Don’t care
Load sharing ON ON Don’t care

NOTE:
When water level regulation is enabled in the system setup channel 4133, it is not possible to operate in fixed power mode.

1.10.6 Water level regulation


The purpose of the water level regulation is to maintain a constant water level in the water supply reservoir. When water level
regulation is enabled, the turbine load is controlled according to the water level set-point in channel 4034. This set-point is in percent
of the 4…20 mA input configuration.

If the nominal power (PMAX) is reached during operation or ramping up, the multi-line 2 will not increase the load further.

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Flowchart, principle of water level regulation.

Start

Synchronise

Close GB

Water level control


enabled

Ramp-up

NO

Ramp-down YES
PMAX

LOW

NO HIGH
Water level Level
OK

YES

Regulation stops

NOTE:
PMAX = PNOM

Before the PPU enters the water control mode it will be in ramp up mode. In this mode the PPU will ramp the power up with the
settings in menu 2070. When the analogue input is less than the water control set-point (menu 4034) the PPU enters the final
regulation mode (water control).

The controller set-points for the water level regulation are adjusted in channel 2190 in the control setup.

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1.10.7 Regulation
Due to the slow nature of the water turbine it is necessary to use extra long controller settings. The diagram shows the difference
between tN and tP.

Relay output

tP

tN

Relay activated

Relay deactivated
Time

1.10.8 Relay outputs

1.10.8.1 Start relay output 7


The start relay output 7 (term. 124, 125) is set when the multi-line 2 gets a start-sync./control signal on digital input 3 (term. 25) or by
external communication. This tells a PLC to open the jet deflectors. Therefore this output cannot be used as protection output when
option O is selected.

1.10.8.2 Protection relay output 1-6, 8-9


Any protection function can be designated to two relays (relay output 1-6, 8-9). If the jet deflectors must be activated, the protection
function must be designated to the relay where the jet deflectors are connected.

1.10.9 Binary inputs

1.10.9.1 Jet deflector feedback


The jet deflector must give a feedback to digital input 23 (term. 118) when it is in the open position (water running through the turbine).
The multi-line 2 will not start regulating before this input is ON. Therefore this input can not be used as protection input as in the multi-
line 2 standard software (menu 1510).

1.10.9.2 Configurable inputs


The additional binary inputs on the I/O extension board (input terminals 114, 115, 116, 117) can be used as configurable binary inputs
for alarm purposes.

1.10.10 Inhibit
When option O is selected and the generator protections are set to be inhibited when the generator is not running (U <30%), the
generator protections will not be enabled before the generator frequency is 1Hz below nominal frequency during starting.

The generator protections will be disabled again when generator voltage is below 30% of nominal voltage.

The configuration of “generator not running” is done through the utility software, see chapter 1.12.6.

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1.11 Display unit


The display unit used in multi-line 2 communicates and receives power supply via a 9-pole Sub-D plug. The plug fits directly onto the
main unit, so the display can be mounted on the top of the main unit.

If the display is to be used as remote display, a standard computer extension cable with male/female plug can be used for the
connection.

Display dimensions H x W x D = 115 x 220 x 20 mm.

1.11.1 Pushbutton functions


There are 10 pushbuttons on the display unit with the following functions:

INFO: Shifts the display 3 lower lines to show the alarm list (up to 30 alarms can be in the list).

JUMP: Enters a menu number selection. All settings have a specific number attached to them. Using the JUMP button enables
the user to select and display any setting without navigating all the way through the menus (see later).

VIEW: Shifts the upper line displaying. The following values can be shown:
- 3 generator voltages (phase-to-phase)
- 3 bus voltages (phase-to-phase)
- 3 generator currents
- Generator power factor and produced power (kW)
- Generator apparent power (VA) and reactive power (kvar)
- Generator L1 frequency and voltage
- Bus L1 frequency and voltage

LOG: Shifts the display 3 lower lines to show the event and alarm list.

: Moves the cursor left for manoeuvring in the menus.

: Increases the value of the selected set-point (in the setting menus). In the daily use display it is used for scrolling the
second line displaying of generator values.

SEL: Is used to select the chosen function (underscored selection in the lower line of the display).

: Decreases the value of the selected set-point (in the setting menus). In the daily use display it is used for scrolling the
second line displaying of generator values

BACK: Jumps one step backwards in the menu (to previous display).

: Moves the cursor right for manoeuvring in the menus.

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1.11.2 Display functions


There are different uses of the display depending on what display window is used. The VIEW windows or the SETUP menu windows
can be used.

1.11.2.1 Setup menu windows

First line in display


Daily use display Generator voltage L1 L2 L3 (VAC)
Bus/mains voltage L1 L2 L3 (VAC)
Generator current L1 L2 L3 (A)
Generator power factor and active power (kW)
Generator apparent power (kVA) and reactive power (kvar)
Generator L1 frequency (Hz) and voltage (VAC)
Bus/mains L1 frequency (Hz) and voltage (VAC)

Second line in display


Daily use display The second line is a service line where various values can be shown. The values are listed in the table
below. Scrolling is done using the and keys. The values available are shown in the table on the
next page.
Menu system When entering the menu system, the second line in the display is used for information about which function
(with function identifying number) is chosen. Scrolling through the settings is done using the and
keys.
Alarm and event When selecting the alarm (and event) list, the second line will display the latest alarm/event. Scrolling
list through the list is done using the and keys.

Parameters shown in the second line in the display:

For generator: For bus: For analogue input:


Date and time Voltage L1-N (VAC) Analog 1
Voltage L1-N (VAC) Voltage L2-N (VAC) Analog 2
Voltage L2-N (VAC) Voltage L3-N (VAC) Analog 3
Voltage L3-N (VAC) Voltage L1-L2 (VAC) Analog 4
Voltage L1-L2 (VAC) Voltage L2-L3 (VAC) PT 100 no. 1
Voltage L2-L3 (VAC) Voltage L3-L1 (VAC) PT 100 no. 2
Voltage L3-L1 (VAC) Voltage max. (VAC) Tacho
Voltage max. (VAC) Voltage min. (VAC)
Voltage min. (VAC) Frequency (Hz)
Current L1 (A) Voltage angle between L1-L2 (deg.)
Current L2 (A) Frequency deviation (df/dt) (Hz/sec.)
Current L3 (A) Voltage angle between generator
Frequency L1 (Hz) Voltage and bus voltage (deg.)
Frequency L2 (Hz) Power supply voltage (VDC)
Frequency L3 (Hz)
Active power (kW)
Reactive power (kvar)
Apparent power (kVA)
Energy counter (kWh)
Power factor
Voltage angle between L1-L2 (deg.)
Voltage angle between L2-L3 (deg.)
Voltage angle between L3-L1 (deg.)
Run time (h)
Number of CB operations

Third line in display


Daily use display The third line is an indication line. The third line contains an explanation for the lower line selection of setup.
Parameter menu In the parameter menu the third line indicates the present setting of the function in question, and, if changes
display are to be made, the max. and min. possible value for the setting.

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Fourth line in display


Parameter menu When entering the parameter menus the first (entry) display uses the fourth line to select a sub-function for
display the parameter. What the selections are depends on the function selected.
Daily use display In the daily use display the fourth line is the entry selection for the parameter menu. If “SEL” is pressed, the
selection of menu indicated with an underscore will be entered.

Choises are:

“PROT”, protection setup


“CTRL”, controls setup
“POWER”, power control setup
“SYST”, system setup

Examples:
For protective function the first entry shows the “Bus high volt 1” setting (provided the option is chosen). In this case the fourth line
shows:

“LIM”, setting of switch point


“DEL”, setting of time delay
“OA” and “OB”, selection of which relay the function must activate
“ACT”, activate/de-activate the function

For control functions one entry shows the “Synchronisation” function. In this case the fourth line shows:

“fMax”, max. allowed positive frequency deviation when synchronising


“fMin”, min. allowed negative frequency deviation when synchronising
“Umax”, max. allowed voltage deviation (positive or negative) when synchronising
“tCB”, closing time delay for generator circuit breaker

For power setup the first entry shows the “Start next gen.” (if the option is chosen). In this case the fourth line shows:

“LIM”, setting of load dependent start output activation limit


“DEL”, time delay for activating the relay
“OA” and “OB”, selection of which relay the function must activate
“ACT”, activate/de-activate the function

For system setup the first entry shows the “Nominal settings”. In this case the fourth line shows:

“F”, nominal frequency setting


“P”, nominal generator power setting
“I”, nominal generator current setting
“U”, nominal generator voltage setting

The above settings are used by the multi-line 2 to calculate nominal apparent power.

1.11.2.2 View windows

The menu navigating starts from the fourth line in the entrance window and is carried out using the “SEL”, , , , and
“BACK” pushbuttons. It is also possible to use the “JUMP” pushbutton and then enter the specific channel number (e.g. 1011) or
channel group number (e.g. 1010).

The entry window shows the software version in the first line. The second line shows date and time. In line four it is possible to select
one of four menus:

• Setup menu – access the following sub menus:


o Protection setup
o Control setup
o Power setup
o System setup
• View 1 – enters up to 15 selectable windows showing selectable measurements.
• View 2 – window shows selectable measurements.
• View 3 – window shows operational status and selectable measurements.

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Enter the setup menu by moving the cursor to “SETUP” and press “SEL”. Enter the view windows by moving the cursor to “V1”, “V2”
or “V3”. “V1” shows up to 15 selectable windows. These windows are exchanged with the and pushbuttons. “V2” and “V3”
are showing the 5 first windows also shown in “V1”. These windows are exchanged automatically by the operational change.

The view function is the daily use display. It is possible to make the relevant configuration of all measuring values and text lines
through the utility software.

Windows View 1 View 2 View 3


Window 1 (used in V2, V3) Manual selection with key UP Changes automatically Changes automatically
Window 2 (used in V2, V3) or key DOWN pushbuttons between the 5 first windows: between the 5 first windows:
Window 3 (used in V2, V3)
Window 4 (used in V2, V3) 1. window 1 (Manual) 1. window 1 (Manual)
Window 5 (used in V2, V3) 2. window 2 (Sync.) 2. window 2 (Sync.)
Window 6 3. window 3 (Ramp up) 3. window 3 (Ramp up)
Window 7 4. window 4 (Ramp down) 4. window 4 (Ramp down)
Window 8 5. window 5 (Default*) 5. window 5 (Default*)
Window 9
Window 10 No manual selection. All three No manual selection. Line 1
lines show measuring values shows the text 1…5. Line 2
Window 11
and line 3 show measure-
Window 12
ments
Window 13
Window 14
Window 15

* The default window is automatically selected when the genset is in normal operation, e.g. fixed power mode, but after the ramping
up.

When the display shows the entry window or one of the view windows the fourth line always gives access to the setup menu or one of
the view windows. When working in the setup menu it is possible to enter the view windows by using the “BACK” pushbutton until the
entry window is displayed.

The configuration of the “VIEW” windows is done through the utility software. It is not possible to configure the windows through the
display. Refer to the chapter utility software configuration 1.12.6.

During synchronisation view 3 will show a synchronoscope in the first line. The synchronoscope can also be selected in all the
configurable windows. This is useful during manual synchronising.

In the standard GPU it is only possible to enter “SETUP” and “V1”. In the GPU with option G2/D2 it is also possible to enter “V2” and
“V3”.

The selectable values and measurements are shown in the table in chapter 1.11.2.1 in this handbook. In the GPC and PPU it is also
possible to select information about running modes and internal or external set-points.

If the text “No text” is selected in all three lines in a window it will not be displayed. This is to get a continuous displaying if a window is
no longer to be shown.

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1.12 Menu overview


The following is the menu structure when entering settings of the multi-line 2. The settings can be entered through the setup menu. If
no entry has taken place before, the first display to appear is the password display. Enter the factory setting password to gain access
to the menus. The factory password is 2000.

If no actions have been taken within 3 minutes, the password entry will be de-activated, and a new password entry will be needed.

The menu overview is divided according to the daily use display selections in the fourth line (“PROT”, “CTRL”, “POWER”, “SYST”).

1.12.1 Jump functions


The “JUMP” pushbutton is used to enter an exact channel number, and all channels can be entered using this button.

The following menus can only be reached using the “JUMP” pushbutton:

Use the and buttons to change the settings and the “SEL” button to store the new setting.

Password setting: Channel 4976


Service menu: Channel 4980
Software version: Channel 6000
Application menu: Channel 6100
Phase compensation: Channel 6200

Beware: Write down the new password. If you forget it, contact DEIF Support for details.

1.12.2 Setup menu system


The following is an example, but all menus operate in the same manner.

Starting from the daily use display fourth line, select the menu indicated with underscore: (Move the underscore with the and
pushbuttons).

PROT CTRL POWER SYST


BACK
SEL

1010 BUS high-volt 1 1020 BUS high-volt 2


Set-point 103.0 % Set-point 105.0 % ….ETC.
LIM DEL OA OB ACT LIM DEL OA OB ACT

BACK
SEL

First Yes
entry?

No Enter passw. 1999


increase no.
ENTER
decrease no.

1011 BUS high-volt 1 increase setting


100.0 103.0 120.0 %
decrease setting
RESET SAVE
and moves the selection (underscore)

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1.12.3 View menu system


The following is an example of a configuration. In this example 4 of 15 windows have been configured in view 1.

ML 2-STD V.1.50.1 RAMP-UP G 150 140 150 A G 440 440 440 V


2001-11-05 13:45:17 B 440 438 440 V B 440 438 440 V G-L1 50Hz 440 V
G 439 440 440 V G 439 440 440 V B-L1 50Hz 440 V
SETUP V3 V2 V1 SETUP V3 V2 V1 SETUP V3 V2 V1 SETUP V3 V2 V1

BACK
SEL
G 439 440 440 V
f-4 50.02Hz GOV BASELOAD INT
PROTECTION SETUP AVR FIX PF INT
PROT CTRL POWER SYST SETUP V3 V2 V1

G 150 140 150 A


G 0.90 PF 103 kW

SETUP V3 V2 V1

U-SUPPLY 24 V

SETUP V3 V2 V1

....ETC. (MAX. 15)

1.12.4 Alarm function


When the multi-line 2 is used for protection purposes, the unit will detect and display the enabled alarms which arise. Further it is
possible to activate relays for alarm purposes. The alarms can be configured to any of the available relay outputs. Each alarm
function has two output settings, output A and output B.

Since each alarm can be configured to two relays you can combine the use, e.g. output A to an alarm panel and output B to drop
unimportant load.

Acknowledgement of the alarms is done in one of two ways. Either the binary input terminal 24 is used if this is configured as alarm
acknowledge (standard), or the select button on the display:

• The alarm acknowledge input acknowledges all present alarms, and the alarm LED will change from flashing to steady light.

• The display can be used in the alarm information window. This is shown if the “INFO” pushbutton is pressed. The alarm
information window displays one alarm at a time and whether it is acknowledged or not. If it is unacknowledged, move the
cursor to “ACK” and press select to acknowledge it. Use the up and down pushbuttons to step in the alarm list.

The alarm LED is flashing if there are unacknowledged alarms present.

The GPC and PPU control the speed governor output and the AVR output in protection alarm conditions. This means that if an alarm
has been configured to relay 4 (opening of breaker), it will automatically start synchronising after a 10 second delay. To avoid this
situation, the start/sync. input terminal 25 must be removed or the deload input terminal 43 must be applied. This also applies for the
GPU with options D2 and G2.

In general failure conditions (sync. failure) the regulation stops and the running situation is frozen.

The alarm relay will deactivate when the alarm situation is gone and the alarm is acknowledged.

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1.12.4.1 Parameter shifting


The binary inputs terminal 24, 26 and 27 can be configured to parameter shift. This enables a second level of alarm set-points. The
extra level of set-points can only be configured through the multi-line 2 utility software.

Table: Second level of set points.

Channel numbers Alarm description


1610-1680 Busbar
1700-1710 Overcurrent
1760-1770 Overload
1820-1830 Unbalance alarms
1840-1850 Reactive import/export
1910-1980 Generator alarms

Example:
Input terminal 26 is configured to parameter shift. Two levels of overload alarms are wanted.

Primary level Secondary level


Channel group number 1160/1170 1760/1770
Input terminal 26 OFF ACT -
Input terminal 26 ON - ACT

The table shows that when the parameter shift input is OFF, the active channel groups are 1160 and 1170, and when the parameter
shift is ON, the active channel groups are 1760 and 1770.

1.12.5 Relay configuration


The relays can be configured through the utility software or the system setup in the display. The number of available relays varies
according to multi-line 2 type and the options selected. The standard available relays are:

• GPU 4 relays (R1, R2, R3, R4)


• GPC 6 relays (R1, R2, R3, R4, R8, R9)
• PPU 6 relays (R1, R2, R3, R4, R8, R9)

The relays 14 and 15 are available as configurable relays if the analogue controller outputs are used. (Options EF3, EF4).

• Relay 14, terminal 57/58


• Relay 15, terminal 59/60

The relays below cannot be configured to any alarm:

• Relay sync., terminal 17/18/19


• Status relay, terminal 3/4

Be aware that relay 4 is used as “breaker open” relay and the alarms configured to this relay will also open the breaker.

The relay configuration is done in the setup menus.

1.12.5.1 Relay functionality


Each relay can be used with one of the following functions:

Function Description
Alarm The relay is activated until the alarm that caused the activation is acknowledged and gone. Alarm
LED is flashing or constant
Alarm + sync. block The relay is activated until the alarm that caused the activation is acknowledged and gone. When
the relay is activated the synchronising is blocked but the regulation is still on
Limit The relay will activate at the limit set-point. No alarm will appear

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1.12.5.2 Relay configuration example

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1100 Overcurrent 1 Selection display - - -
1101 Overcurrent 1 Set-point 50.0% 200.0% 115.0%
1102 Overcurrent 1 Time 0.10 s 100.00 s 10.00 s
1103 Overcurrent 1 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) R2 (relay 2)
1104 Overcurrent 1 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) R0 (none)
1105 Overcurrent 1 Enable OFF ON ON

If the alarm level of overcurrent 1 is reached, the output A will activate relay 2 when the time delay expires. Output B does not activate
any relays in this example.

1.12.5.3 Relay overview


The table shows the available relay outputs. The optional relay outputs require additional hardware except relays 8 and 9 in the GPC
and PPU.

Relay Slot GPU GPC PPU


Relay 1 Slot #1 Standard Standard Standard
Relay 2 Slot #1 Standard Standard Standard
Relay 3 Slot #1 Standard Standard Standard
Relay 4 Slot #1 Standard Standard Standard
Relay 5 Slot #7 Option M1 Option M1 Option M1
Relay 6 Slot #7 Option M1 Option M1 Option M1
Relay 7 Slot #7 Option M1 Option M1 Option M1
Relay 8 Slot #3 Option D2 Option G1/standard Option G1/standard
Relay 9 Slot #3 Option D2 Option G1/standard Option G1/standard
Relay 10 Slot #8 Option G1 Option D1/D2 Option D1/D2
Relay 11 Slot #8 Option G1 Option D1/D2 Option D1/D2
Relay 12 Slot #8 Option G1 Option D1/D2 Option D1/D2
Relay 13 Slot #8 Option G1 Option D1/D2 Option D1/D2
Relay 14 Slot #3 Option G2 Standard Standard
Relay 15 Slot #3 Option G2 Standard Standard

1.12.5.4 Relay standard functions


The table shows the standard factory configuration of the relay outputs. The relay configuration has the following limitations:

NOTE:
If the “Start/stop next generator” option G1 is selected, all configurable relays can be used as start/stop relays.

Relay Slot GPU GPC PPU Comments


Relay 1 Slot #1 Configurable Configurable Configurable
Relay 2 Slot #1 Configurable Configurable Configurable
Relay 3 Slot #1 Configurable Configurable Configurable
Relay 4 Slot #1 Config. and open Config. and deload Config. and deload Open breaker signal activates relay 4
breaker
Relay 5 Slot #7 Configurable Configurable Configurable
Relay 6 Slot #7 Configurable Configurable Configurable
Relay 7 Slot #7 Configurable Configurable Configurable Option O: Start relay
Relay 8 Slot #3 AVR lower Config. and start Config. and start If the AVR option is disabled, the relay
next gen. next gen. is configurable
Relay 9 Slot #3 AVR raise Config. and stop Config. and stop If the AVR option is disabled, the relay
next gen. next gen. is configurable
Relay 10 Slot #8 Config. and start AVR raise AVR raise If the AVR option is disabled, the relay
next gen. is configurable
Relay 11 Slot #8 Config. and stop AVR lower AVR lower If the AVR option is disabled, the relay
next gen. is configurable
Relay 12 Slot #8 Configurable Configurable Configurable
Relay 13 Slot #8 Configurable Configurable Configurable
Relay 14 Slot #3 GOV up/config. GOV up/config. GOV up/config. The relays are configurable if
Relay 15 Slot #3 GOV down/config. GOV down/config. GOV down/config. analogue controller outputs are used

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1.12.6 Utility software configuration

1.12.6.1 Inhibit configuration


The inhibit functionality can be changed from the factory configuration if required. The tables below show whether the alarm is active
or inhibited. (The tables show the default settings).

ACT = alarm active.

GPU (option G2 is not selected)


Inhibit input ON OFF
Generator low f - ACT
Generator low U - ACT
Generator high f ACT ACT
Generator high U ACT ACT
Bus low f - ACT
Bus low U - ACT
Bus high f - ACT
Bus high U - ACT
4...20 mA input - ACT
Binary input - ACT
PT100 input - ACT
Tacho input - ACT

GPU (option G2 is selected) / GPC / PPU


Breaker position OFF ON
Inhibit input ON OFF ON OFF
Generator low f - ACT - ACT
Generator low U - ACT - ACT
Generator high f ACT ACT - ACT
Generator high U ACT ACT - ACT
Bus low f - - ACT ACT
Bus low U - - ACT ACT
Bus high f - - ACT ACT
Bus high U - - ACT ACT
4...20 mA input - ACT - ACT
Binary input - ACT - ACT
PT100 input - ACT - ACT
Tacho input - ACT - ACT

To make a reconfiguration enter the utility software and upload the parameters of the multi-line 2 unit.

The functionality of the functions “Inhibit” in the setting menu:

It is possible to configure the inhibitation of the protections and alarms:

• Busbar protection
• Generator protection
• Engine interface card alarms (input/output extension board)
• Df/dt vector jump

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The configuration is done selecting the desired conditions in the roll down panels. In the above example the busbar protection will be
inhibited only when the inhibit input terminal 23 is high and the circuit breaker is open.

The “Logic 0” and “Logic 1” selection is used to be able to make all possible configurations. They are defined as:

• Logic 0 = FALSE
• Logic 1 = TRUE

Example 1: “Inhibit and logic 1”.

GEN protection inhibit by:

INHIBIT AND LOGIC 1


TRUE* AND TRUE TRUE (inhibit)
FALSE AND TRUE FALSE (no inhibit)

* Inhibit = TRUE: 24 volt on Bi01/terminal 23.

Example 2: “Not inhibit or logic 0”.

GEN protection inhibit by:

NOT INHIBIT AND LOGIC 0


FALSE * OR FALSE FALSE (no inhibit)
TRUE OR FALSE TRUE (inhibit)

* Not inhibit = FALSE: 24 volt on Bi01/terminal 23.

Example 3: “Logic 1 and logic 0”.

Engine interface cards alarm inhibit by:

LOGIC 1 AND LOGIC 0


TRUE AND FALSE FALSE (no inhibit)

1.12.6.2 Input configuration


It is possible to configure the inputs shown in the table. The numbers refer to the terminal numbers.

Terminal 24: Normally alarm acknowledge


Terminal 26: Normally external communication control
Terminal 27: Normally block loss of mains

It is possible to use the input for the normal factory configuration. If the inputs are not used for these purposes the following additional
selections are possible:

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• Island mode
When this selection is made the busbar alarms are disabled when synchronising
• Reset of analogue governor output
The analogue governor output (+/- 20 mA) is reset to 0 mA by activating this input
• Parameter shift
The second level alarm set-points are enabled by using this input

1.12.6.3 Configuration, input/output extension PCB (option M1)


To make a configuration upload the parameter list from the multi-line 2 and select the input that is to be configured. The dialogue box
shown below will appear. In this example the input name is changed to CW temp. for cooling water temperature and the alarm level is
85 degrees.

Download the parameter list to the multi-line 2 after the configuration.

1.12.6.4 Configuration, view windows


The view windows are configured through the dialog box below. Select the view window number and the required measurements from
the roll down panels.

NOTE:
To be able to configure these parameters the present parameter settings must be uploaded from the multi-line 2 (the red upload
button).

After the configuration of

• Display view (only utility software before version 1.22)


• Inhibit
• Inputs

has been done, the parameters must be downloaded to the multi-line 2 (the red download button).

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1.13 Menu set-points


The maximum relay setting is depending on the options selected. The maximum relay settings are described in the table in chapter
1.12.5.3.

Up to 15 configurable relays can be used.


As the relays have been given a unique number, the number of relays available is not always the same as the max. number shown on
the display. An example could be if M1 is not selected in the GPC/PPU, the relays R5 to R7 are still selectable on the display but they
cannot be used. If it is attempted to select a relay number which is not available, an alarm will occur on the display, and the relay
number will be set to R0 (none).

1.13.1 Protections
* R4 (relay 4): Refer to chapter 1.13 for max. relay setting.

1.13.1.1 Mains/bus voltage protection, option A or B. ANSI code 27/59


Voltage selections relate to nominal phase-to-phase voltage.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1010 BUS overvolt 1 Selection display - - -
1011 BUS overvolt 1 Set-point 100.0% 120.0% 103.0%
1012 BUS overvolt 1 Time 0.10 s 100.00 s 10.00 s
1013 BUS overvolt 1 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
1014 BUS overvolt 1 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1015 BUS overvolt 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1020 BUS overvolt 2 Selection display - - -
1021 BUS overvolt 2 Set-point 100.0% 120.0% 105.0%
1022 BUS overvolt 2 Time 0.00 s 100.00 s 5.00 s
1023 BUS overvolt 2 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1024 BUS overvolt 2 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1025 BUS overvolt 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1030 BUS undervolt 1 Selection display - - -
1031 BUS undervolt 1 Set-point 80.0% 100.0% 97.0%
1032 BUS undervolt 1 Time 0.10 s 100.00 s 10.00 s
1033 BUS undervolt 1 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
1034 BUS undervolt 1 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1035 BUS undervolt 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1040 BUS undervolt 2 Selection display - - -
1041 BUS undervolt 2 Set-point 80.0% 100.0% 95.0%
1042 BUS undervolt 2 Time 0.00 s 100.00 s 5.00 s
1043 BUS undervolt 2 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1044 BUS undervolt 2 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1045 BUS undervolt 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

1.13.1.2 Mains/BUS frequency protection, option A or B. ANSI code 81


Frequency settings relate to nominal frequency setting.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1050 BUS high freq. 1 Selection display - - -
1051 BUS high freq. 1 Set-point 100.0% 120.0% 103.0%
1052 BUS high freq. 1 Time 0.10 s 100.00 s 10.00 s
1053 BUS high freq. 1 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
1054 BUS high freq. 1 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1055 BUS high freq. 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

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1060 BUS high freq. 2 Selection display - - -
1061 BUS high freq. 2 Set-point 100.0% 120.0% 105.0%
1062 BUS high freq. 2 Time 0.00 s 100.00 s 5.00 s
1063 BUS high freq. 2 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1064 BUS high freq. 2 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1065 BUS high freq. 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1070 BUS low freq. 1 Selection display - - -
1071 BUS low freq. 1 Set-point 80.0% 100.0% 97.0%
1072 BUS low freq. 1 Time 0.10 s 100.00 s 10.00 s
1073 BUS low freq. 1 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
1074 BUS low freq. 1 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1075 BUS low freq. 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1080 BUS low freq. 2 Selection display - - -
1081 BUS low freq. 2 Set-point 80.0% 100.0% 95.0%
1082 BUS low freq. 2 Time 0.00 s 100.00 s 5.00 s
1083 BUS low freq. 2 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1084 BUS low freq. 2 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1085 BUS low freq. 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

1.13.1.3 Generator voltage protection, option A, B1 or C1. ANSI code 27/59

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1310 Gen. high volt. 1 Selection display - - -
1311 Gen. high volt. 1 Set-point 100.0% 120.0% 103.0%
1312 Gen. high volt. 1 Delay 0.10 s 100.00 s 10.00 s
1313 Gen. high volt. 1 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
1314 Gen. high volt. 1 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1315 Gen. high volt. 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1320 Gen. high volt. 2 Selection display - - -
1321 Gen. high volt. 2 Set-point 100.0% 120.0% 105.0%
1322 Gen. high volt. 2 Delay 0.10 s 100.00 s 5.00 s
1323 Gen. high volt. 2 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1324 Gen. high volt. 2 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1325 Gen. high volt. 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1330 Gen. low volt. 1 Selection display - - -
1331 Gen. low volt. 1 Set-point 80.0% 100.0% 97.0%
1332 Gen. low volt. 1 Delay 0.10 s 100.00 s 10.00 s
1333 Gen. low volt. 1 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
1334 Gen. low volt. 1 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1335 Gen. low volt. 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1340 Gen. low volt. 2 Selection display - - -
1341 Gen. low volt. 2 Set-point 80.0% 100.0% 95.0%
1342 Gen. low volt. 2 Delay 0.10 s 100.00 s 5.00 s
1343 Gen. low volt. 2 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1344 Gen. low volt. 2 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1345 Gen. low volt. 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

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1.13.1.4 Generator frequency protection, option A, B1 or C1. ANSI code 81

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1350 Gen. high freq. 1 Selection display - - -
1351 Gen. high freq. 1 Set-point 100.0% 120.0% 103.0%
1352 Gen. high freq. 1 Delay 0.20 s 100.00 s 10.00 s
1353 Gen. high freq. 1 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
1354 Gen. high freq. 1 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1355 Gen. high freq. 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1360 Gen. high freq. 2 Selection display - - -
1361 Gen. high freq. 2 Set-point 100.0% 120.0% 105.0%
1362 Gen. high freq. 2 Delay 0.20 s 100.00 s 5.00 s
1363 Gen. high freq. 2 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1364 Gen. high freq. 2 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1365 Gen. high freq. 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1370 Gen. low freq. 1 Selection display - - -
1371 Gen. low freq. 1 Set-point 80.0% 100.0% 97.0%
1372 Gen. low freq. 1 Delay 0.20 s 100.00 s 10.00 s
1373 Gen. low freq. 1 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
1374 Gen. low freq. 1 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1375 Gen. low freq. 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1380 Gen. low freq. 2 Selection display - - -
1381 Gen. low freq. 2 Set-point 80.0% 100.0% 95.0%
1382 Gen. low freq. 2 Delay 0.20 s 100.00 s 5.00 s
1383 Gen. low freq. 2 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1384 Gen. low freq. 2 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1385 Gen. low freq. 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

1.13.1.5 Generator reverse power protection (standard function). ANSI code 32


Reverse power settings relate to nominal power setting.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1090 Reverse power Selection display - - -
1091 Reverse power Set-point -50.0% 0.0% -5.0%
1092 Reverse power Time 0.10 s 100.00 s 10.00 s
1093 Reverse power Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1094 Reverse power Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1095 Reverse power Enable OFF ON ON
1096 Reverse power Characteristic Inverse Definite Definite

1.13.1.6 Inverse characteristic


When the set-point is exceeded, the energy going through the breaker is calculated according to the set-point and the time delay. The
maximum energy will never be exceeded, so if the reverse power increases, the time delay will decrease and vice versa.

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t1 t2 Time

P2

P1

The diagram shows that at the reverse power level P1 the alarm will occur after the time t1 and at the reverse power level P2 the
alarm will occur after the time t2.

1.13.1.7 Generator overcurrent protection (standard function). ANSI code 50/51


Settings relate to nominal generator current.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1100 Overcurrent 1 Selection display - - -
1101 Overcurrent 1 Set-point 50.0% 200.0% 115.0%
1102 Overcurrent 1 Time 0.10 s 100.00 s 10.00 s
1103 Overcurrent 1 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
1104 Overcurrent 1 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1105 Overcurrent 1 Enable OFF ON ON

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1110 Overcurrent 2 Selection display - - -
1111 Overcurrent 2 Set-point 50.0% 200.0% 120.0%
1112 Overcurrent 2 Time 0.10 s 100.00 s 5.00 s
1113 Overcurrent 2 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1114 Overcurrent 2 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1115 Overcurrent 2 Enable OFF ON ON

1.13.1.8 Generator overload protection, option C (GPU / PPU). ANSI code 32


Settings relate to nominal power setting.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1160 Overload 1 Selection display - - -
1161 Overload 1 Set-point 10.0% 200.0% 100.0%
1162 Overload 1 Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1163 Overload 1 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
1164 Overload 1 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1165 Overload 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1170 Overload 2 Selection display - - -
1171 Overload 2 Set-point 10.0% 200.0% 110.0%
1172 Overload 2 Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 5.0 s
1173 Overload 2 Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1174 Overload 2 Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1175 Overload 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

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1.13.1.9 Generator current unbalance protection, option C (GPU / PPU)


Settings relate to nominal generator current.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1220 Current unbalance Selection display - - -
1221 Current unbalance Set-point 0.0% 100.0% 30.0%
1222 Current unbalance Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1223 Current unbalance Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
1224 Current unbalance Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1225 Current unbalance Enable OFF ON OFF

1.13.1.10 Generator voltage unbalance protection, option C (GPU / PPU)


Settings relate to nominal generator voltage.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1230 Voltage unbalance Selection display - - -
1231 Voltage unbalance Set-point 0.0% 50.0% 10.0%
1232 Voltage unbalance Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1233 Voltage unbalance Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
1234 Voltage unbalance Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1235 Voltage unbalance Enable OFF ON OFF

1.13.1.11 Generator reactive power import (loss of excitation) protection, option C (GPU / PPU). ANSI code 32
Settings relate to nominal generator power value (kW).

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1240 var import Selection display - - -
1241 var import Set-point 0.0% 150.0% 50.0%
1242 var import Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1243 var import Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1244 var import Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1245 var import Enable OFF ON OFF

1.13.1.12 Generator reactive export (overexcitation) protection, option C (GPU / PPU). ANSI code 32
Settings relate to nominal generator power value (kW).

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1250 var export Selection display - - -
1251 var export Set-point 0.0% 100.0% 60.0%
1252 var export Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1253 var export Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
1254 var export Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1255 var export Enable OFF ON OFF

1.13.1.13 Loss of mains protection, option A. ANSI code 78


Df/dt (ROCOF) NOTE: Time delay is in periods (per).

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1260 Df/dt (ROCOF) Selection display - - -
1261 Df/dt (ROCOF) Set-point +/- 0.1 Hz/s 10.0 Hz/s 5.0 Hz/s
1262 Df/dt (ROCOF) Time 1 per 20 per 6 per
1263 Df/dt (ROCOF) Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1264 Df/dt (ROCOF) Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1265 Df/dt (ROCOF) Enable OFF ON OFF

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Vector jump.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1270 Vector jump Selection display - - -
1271 Vector jump Set-point 1.0 deg. 90.0 deg. 10.0 deg.
1272 Vector jump Time No delay (immediate trip)
1273 Vector jump Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1274 Vector jump Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1275 Vector jump Enable OFF ON OFF

The alarm inhibit lamp is flashing, if the loss of mains input 27 is ON.

1.13.1.14 Input/output extension card (option M1)


Using option O, water turbine control, channel 1400 is the input of the water level if water level protection/regulation is required.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1400 4...20 mA input 1 Selection display - - -
1401 4...20 mA input 1 Set-point 4 20 10
1402 4...20 mA input 1 Time 0.2 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1403 4...20 mA input 1 Relay output A R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R2 (relay 2)
1404 4...20 mA input 1 Relay output B R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R0 (none)
1405 4...20 mA input 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1410 4...20 mA input 2 Selection display - - -
1411 4...20 mA input 2 Set-point 4 20 10
1412 4...20 mA input 2 Time 0.2 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1413 4...20 mA input 2 Relay output A R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R2 (relay 2)
1414 4...20 mA input 2 Relay output B R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R0 (none)
1415 4...20 mA input 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1420 4...20 mA input 3 Selection display - - -
1421 4...20 mA input 3 Set-point 4 20 10
1422 4...20 mA input 3 Time 0.2 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1423 4...20 mA input 3 Relay output A R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R2 (relay 2)
1424 4...20 mA input 3 Relay output B R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R0 (none)
1425 4...20 mA input 3 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1430 4...20 mA input 4 Selection display - - -
1431 4...20 mA input 4 Set-point 4 20 10
1432 4...20 mA input 4 Time 0.2 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1433 4...20 mA input 4 Relay output A R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R2 (relay 2)
1434 4...20 mA input 4 Relay output B R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R0 (none)
1435 4...20 mA input 4 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1440 PT100 input 1 Selection display - - -
1441 PT100 input 1 Set-point -40°C 250°C 80°C
1442 PT100 input 1 Time 0.2 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1443 PT100 input 1 Relay output A R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R2 (relay 2)
1444 PT100 input 1 Relay output B R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R0 (none)
1445 PT100 input 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1450 PT100 input 2 Selection display - - -
1451 PT100 input 2 Set-point -40°C 250°C 80°C
1452 PT100 input 2 Time 0.2 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1453 PT100 input 2 Relay output A R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R2 (relay 2)
1454 PT100 input 2 Relay output B R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R0 (none)
1455 PT100 input 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

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No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1460 Tacho Selection display - - -
1461 Tacho Set-point 0 RPM 2000 RPM 1600 RPM
1462 Tacho Time 0.2 s 100.0 s 15.0 s
1463 Tacho Relay output A R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R2 (relay 2)
1464 Tacho Relay output B R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R0 (none)
1465 Tacho Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1470 Dig. input no. 19 Selection display - - -
1471 Dig. input no. 19 Time 0.0 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1472 Dig. input no. 19 Relay output A R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R2 (relay 2)
1473 Dig. input no. 19 Relay output B R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R0 (none)
1474 Dig. input no. 19 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1480 Dig. input no. 20 Selection display - - -
1481 Dig. input no. 20 Time 0.0 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1482 Dig. input no. 20 Relay output A R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R2 (relay 2)
1483 Dig. input no. 20 Relay output B R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R0 (none)
1484 Dig. input no. 20 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1490 Dig. input no. 21 Selection display - - -
1491 Dig. input no. 21 Time 0.0 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1492 Dig. input no. 21 Relay output A R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R2 (relay 2)
1493 Dig. input no. 21 Relay output B R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R0 (none)
1494 Dig. input no. 21 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1500 Dig. input no. 22 Selection display - - -
1501 Dig. input no. 22 Time 0.0 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1502 Dig. input no. 22 Relay output A R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R2 (relay 2)
1503 Dig. input no. 22 Relay output B R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R0 (none)
1504 Dig. input no. 22 Enable OFF ON OFF

If option O is selected, digital input no. 23 cannot be used for protection purposes as it is designated to jet deflector feedback.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1510 Dig. input no. 23 Selection display - - -
1511 Dig. input no. 23 Time 0.0 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1512 Dig. input no. 23 Relay output A R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R2 (relay 2)
1513 Dig. input no. 23 Relay output B R0 (none) R7 (relay 7) * R0 (none)
1514 Dig. input no. 23 Enable OFF ON OFF

1.13.1.15 Additional overcurrent protections


Fast overcurrent (option C1). ANSI code 50/51.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1520 Fast overcurr. Selection display - - -
1521 Fast overcurr. Set-point 50.0% 200.0% 150.0%
1522 Fast overcurr. Time 0.0 s 100.0 s 0.0 s
1523 Fast overcurr. Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1524 Fast overcurr. Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1525 Fast overcurr. Enable OFF ON ON

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High overcurrent (option C1). ANSI code 50/51.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


1530 High overcurr. Selection display - - -
1531 High overcurr. Set-point 50.0% 200.0% 150.0%
1532 High overcurr. Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 1.0 s
1533 High overcurr. Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R1 (relay 1)
1534 High overcurr. Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
1535 High overcurr. Enable OFF ON ON

1.13.2 Control setup (GPC / PPU / GPU with options G2/D2)


Synchronisation type.

No. Setting First setting Second setting Factory setting


2150 Sync. type Selection display - - -
2151 Sync. type Sync. type Static sync. Dynamic sync. Dynamic sync.

If dynamic synchronisation is chosen, the next menu will be 2010. If static synchronisation is chosen, the next menu will be 2140.

1.13.2.1 Dynamic synchronisation


The setting of df max. and df min. decides whether the generator synchronises when running faster or slower than nominal frequency.

The “dU max.” setting is related to nominal generator voltage. The “dU max.“ setting is +/- nominal generator voltage.

The multi-line 2 compensates for the breaker delay time when synchronising.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2010 Dynamic sync. Selection display - - -
2011 Dynamic sync. Df max. 0.0 Hz 0.5 Hz 0.3 Hz
2012 Dynamic sync. Df min. -0.5 Hz 0.5 Hz 0.0 Hz
2013 Dynamic sync. DU max. 2% 10% 5%
2014 Dynamic sync. Breaker relay 40 ms 300 ms 50 ms

The synchronisation pulse is 400 ms.

1.13.2.2 Static synchronisation


The following parameters are used for the static synchronisation:

Setting Description Note


Maximum df The maximum allowed frequency difference between the busbar +/- value
and the generator
Maximum dU The maximum allowed voltage difference between the busbar +/- value
and the generator
Close window The size of the window where the synchronisation pulse can be +/- value
released
Phase KP Adjustment of the proportional factor of the PI phase controller Only used during static
Phase KI Adjustment of the integral factor of the PI phase controller synchronisation

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2140 Static sync. Selection display - - -
2141 Static sync. Maximum df 0.00 deg. 0.10 deg. 0.25 deg.
2142 Static sync. Maximum dU 2% 10% 5%
2143 Static sync. Close window 0.1 deg. 20.0 deg. 10.0 deg.
2144 Static sync. Phase KP 0 400 250
2145 Static sync. Phase KI 0 400 160

The synchronisation pulse is 400 ms.

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Drawing, static synchronising:

Synchronisation will happen when the generator voltage is within the close window and the frequency difference is within the df and
dU settings.

NOTE:
The dU setting is a +/- value that relates to the nominal generator voltage.

+/- close window

Max U difference UBB

UGEN

1.13.2.3 Blackout closing of breaker


Settings are accepted limits (generator voltage and frequency) for closing the breaker. The “dU max.” setting is related to nominal
generator voltage.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2020 Sync. blackout Selection display - - -
2021 Sync. blackout Df max. 0.0 Hz 5.0 Hz 3.0 Hz
2022 Sync. blackout DU max. 2% 10% 5%
2023 Sync. blackout Enable OFF ON OFF

If blackout closing of breaker is enabled on more units, external precautions must be taken to avoid two or more generators closing
on a black busbar. In that case synchronism will not be present.

1.13.2.4 General failure (sync. fail.)


The general failure covers:
- Synchronisation time
- Breaker ON/OFF feedback fail
- Phase sequence error

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2030 General failure Selection display - - -
2031 General failure Delay 30.0 s 300.0 s 60.0 s
2032 General failure Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
2033 General failure Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)

The general failure delay is the delay time for the synchronisation time. The general failure cannot be disabled.

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1.13.2.5 Mode input activation/deactivation (GPC / PPU)

No. Setting Description Factory setting


2040 Modes active Selection display - -
2041 Modes active Sync. + gov. + AVR All modes All modes*
Modes active Sync. + gov. Only gov.
Modes active Sync. + AVR Only AVR
Modes active Sync. Only sync.

* Depending on the options selection of the multi-line 2.

This function lets the user decide the control function of the multi-line 2 after synchronisation. This is done by disabling the mode input
functionality. If e.g. the selection “Sync. + gov.” is chosen, the AVR control is disabled after synchronising. This means that the mode
inputs on terminal 51/52/53 have no effect. The “Sync.” selection disables all the controlling after synchronising.

1.13.2.6 PI controller
The GPC/PPU includes controllers for the different running modes. The GPU – G2 (– D2) only includes frequency (and voltage)
controller(s). The controllers control either a relay output or an analogue output.

Each controller consists of a proportional factor KP and an integral factor KI.

The proportional factor KP decides the size of the proportional part at a regulation deviation, and the integral factor KI decides the
integral part. The individual function of KP and KI is decribed in the drawings below. The drawings show the change of the output when
the input value deviates from the set-point, e.g. because of a frequency change.

Drawing 1

Output

I-part

P-part Time

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Drawing 2, high KP setting Drawing 3, low KP setting

Output Output

P-part
Time Time
P-part

The P-part of the output can be changed by The P-part of the output can be changed by
changing the KP factor. Increasing KP increases the changing the KP factor. Decreasing KP decreases
P-part. the P-part of the regulation.

Drawing 4, high KI setting Drawing 5, low KI setting

Output Output

I-part
I-part

Time Time

The I-part of the output can be changed by changing The I-part of the output can be changed by changing
the KI factor. Increasing the KI factor makes the the KI factor. Decreasing the KI factor makes the
regulation faster. regulation slower.

1.13.2.6.1 Relay outputs


If relay outputs are used it is necessary to adjust a relay ON time and a regulation period time. This adjustment is done in the channel
2210, chapter 1.13.2.21. This adjustment can be done on both the GOV and the AVR outputs. Diagrams 6 and 7 show the principle of
the relay control.

When using relay control outputs it is still necessary to tune in the PI controller set-points, KP and KI.

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Diagram 6, relay control signals

Set-point

Relay pulses

Time

Deadband

The diagram shows that the length of the relay pulses is depending on the deviation from the set-point. The minimum relay output
(close to the deadband) is equal to the setting tN.

Diagram 7, relay control signals

Relay output

tP

tN

Relay activated

Relay deactivated
Time

From the table below it appears what controllers are active in the different running modes.

Controllers:

Controllers Mix factor


Freq. Power Voltage var PF f/P mix U/var mix
Fixed freq. X
Fixed power X
Droop X
P load sharing X X X
Fixed voltage X
Fixed var X
Fixed PF X
Q load sharing X X X

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The mix factors are not controllers, but they indicate the influence of the two controllers in question.

Example:
The generator is running in loadshare mode. The f/P mix factor is set to 50%. Now the frequency controller participates with 50% of
the governor control, and the power controller participates with: 100 - 50 = 50%.

When running in the generators, the relevant controller must be adjusted in each desired running mode. (Fixed frequency mode set
frequency controller).

With the exception of the PF controller, the controllers are active in more running modes depending on the application. Regardless of
that, the controller values will be the same.

1.13.2.7 Frequency controller (GPC / PPU / GPU – G2)


Frequency % settings relate to nominal generator frequency.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2050 Freq. control Selection display - - -
2051 Freq. control Droop 0.0% 10.0% 4.0%
2052 Freq. control Deadband 0.2% 10.0% 1.0%
2053 Freq. control F KP 0 1000 250
2054 Freq. control F KI 0 1000 160

1.13.2.8 Power controller (GPC / PPU)


Power % settings relate to nominal generator power.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2060 Power control Selection display - - -
2061 Power control Deadband 0.2% 10.0% 0.2%
2062 Power control P KP 0 1000 250
2063 Power control P KI 0 1000 160

1.13.2.9 Power ramp up (GPC / PPU)


This setting is used when ramping up in fixed power mode or water level control.

The delay point and time is the point where the generator stops ramping after closing of breaker to pre-heat the engine before
commencing to take load. The time duration of the point is determined by the delay time setting. If the delay function is not needed,
set the time to 0.

Power % settings relate to nominal generator power.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2070 Power ramp up Selection display - - -
2071 Power ramp up Speed 0.1%/s 20.0%/s 2.0%/s
2072 Power ramp up Delay point 1% 100% 10%
2073 Power ramp up Delay time 0.0 s 180.0 s 10.0 s

1.13.2.10 Power ramp down (GPC / PPU)


This setting is used when deloading the genset.

The breaker open point is where a relay output (relay 4) is activated to open the generator breaker before reaching 0 kW.

Power % settings relate to nominal generator power.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2080 Power ramp down Selection display - - -
2081 Power ramp down Speed 0.1%/s 20.0%/s 10.0%/s
2082 Power ramp down Breaker open 1% 20% 5%

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1.13.2.11 Power/frequency control mix factor (GPC / PPU)


The mix factor determines the relation between frequency control and power control when running parallel with other generators (load
sharing). The reason for the factor is that there is only one power/frequency load sharing line.

Setting the factor to 100% selects power control only, setting it to 0% selects frequency control only.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2090 P/f contr. mix Selection display - - -
2091 P/f contr. mix Mix factor 0% 100% 50%

1.13.2.12 Voltage controller, option D (GPC / PPU / GPU – G2 – D2)


Voltage deadband % settings relate to nominal generator voltage.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2100 Voltage control Selection display - - -
2101 Voltage control Deadband 0.0% 10.0% 0.2%
2102 Voltage control U KP 0 1000 250
2103 Voltage control U KI 0 1000 160

1.13.2.13 var controller, option D (GPC / PPU)


var deadband % settings relate to nominal generator power value, i.e. it is assumed that the generator var value is the same as the
kW value. This is not correct, but the assumption is made for control purposes only.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2110 var control Selection display - - -
2111 var control Deadband 0.0% 10.0% 0.2%
2112 var control Q KP 0 1000 250
2113 var control Q KI 0 1000 160

1.13.2.14 var/voltage control mix factor (GPC / PPU)


The mix factor determines the relation between voltage control and var control when running parallel with other generators (load
sharing). The reason for the factor is that there is only one var/voltage load sharing line.

Setting the factor to 100% selects var control only, setting it to 0% selects voltage control only.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2120 var/U contr. mix Selection display - - -
2121 var/U contr. mix Mix factor 0% 100% 50%

1.13.2.15 Power factor (PF) controller, option D (GPC / PPU)


PF deadband is in % of the set-point value (channel 4033).

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2130 PF control Selection display - - -
2131 PF control Deadband 0.0% 2.0% 10.0%
2132 PF control PF KP 0 1000 250
2133 PF control PF KI 0 1000 160

1.13.2.16 Synchronising window, enabling and disabling of synchronising

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2160 Sync. window Selection display - - -
2161 Sync. window Set-point +/- 2.0% 20.0% 15.0%
2162 Sync. window Delay 0.1 s 2.0 s 0.5 s
2163 Sync. window Output A R0 (none) R15 (relay 15) * R0 (none)
2164 Sync. window Output B R0 (none) R15 (relay 15) * R0 (none)
2165 Sync. window Enable OFF ON OFF

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The function deactivates the synchronisation if the voltage level on the busbar is out of range according to the nominal generator
voltage. The purpose of the delay function is that a short intermittent voltage dive does not block the synchronising.

Even though the maximum output setting is R15 the setting is limited by the options selected. If e.g. the option D1 is selected it is not
possible to use the AVR relays 10 and 11. An alarm will be displayed if a wrong relay is chosen.

This function is mainly used with a relay configured as a limit contact. This is done in the system setup channels 4600 to 4730.

1.13.2.17 Governor/AVR regulation failure


These alarm functions are activated when the “Start sync./control” input (terminal 25) is ON. The alarms are activated if the difference
between the measured value and the set-point is out of the alarm deadband.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2170 Governor reg. failure Selection display - - -
2171 Governor reg. failure Deadband 1.0% 100.0% 30.0%
2172 Governor reg. failure Timer 10.0 s 360.0 s 60.0 s
2173 Governor reg. failure Output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
2174 Governor reg. failure Output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2180 AVR reg. failure Selection display - - -
2181 AVR reg. failure Deadband 1.0% 100.0% 30.0%
2182 AVR reg. failure Timer 10.0 s 360.0 s 60.0 s
2183 AVR reg. failure Output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)
2184 AVR reg. failure Output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R2 (relay 2)

1.13.2.18 Water level regulation


The following channel group will be displayed if option O is selected. The settings are used if water level regulation is selected in
channel 4133.

Notice that these parameters are used during normal operation. During the synchronisation the settings in channel 2050 are used,
and during ramping up/down the settings in channel 2070/2080 are used.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2190 Water control Selection display - - -
2191 Water control Deadband set-point 0.0% 10.0% 2.0%
2192 Water control KP 0 1000 250
2193 Water control KI 0 1000 160

1.13.2.19 Pulse with modulation (option EF3)

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2200 PWM control Selection display - - -
2201 PWM control Minimum value 0.0% 50.0% 10.0%
2202 PWM control Init. value 0.0% 100.0% 35.0%
2203 PWM control Maximum value 50.0% 100.0% 90.0%
2204 PWM control Enable OFF ON ON

These are the settings for the PWM output:

• (2201) PWM min. This is the minimum output level of the PWM signal. Default it is set to 10%.
• (2202) PWM init. This is the initial output level, which is the level where the PWM signal will start the regulation. Default it is set
to 35%.
• (2203) PWM max. This is the maximum output level of the PWM signal. Default it is set to 90%.
• (2204) Enable. This sets the PWM on or off, if it is disabled the PWM output PCB will work as option EF4 (see option EF4
below), until it is enabled again. Default setting of the output is enabled (ON).

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The PWM signal has a frequency of 500 +/- 50Hz. The resolution of the duty cycle is 12 bits, which gives the output 4095 different
levels. The output is an open collector output with a 1k-ohm pull-up resistor.

The low level of the signal is between 0 and 0.05 volt and the high level is between 5.7 and 6 volt.

If the PWM control is disabled the channel group 2210 is displayed.

1.13.2.20 Governor/AVR combination outputs (option EF4)

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2210 GOV/AVR setup Selection display - - -
2211 GOV/AVR setup Type GOV = Ana AVR = Bin GOV = Bin AVR = Ana GOV = Ana AVR = Bin

Channel 2210 is only available if the PWM output is OFF in channel 2204 or if option EF4 is selected.

1.13.2.21 Relay control


This setting is used to tune in the GOV/AVR ON time when relay outputs are being used for control. The total relay ON time will
depend on the deviation from the setpoint. tN is the minimum time the relay can be activated. Further described under PI controller,
chapter 1.13.2.6.1.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


2220 Relay control Selection display - - -
2221 Relay control GOV ON time tN 10 ms 6500 ms 500 ms
2222 Relay control GOV per. time tP 50 ms 32500 ms 2500 ms
2223 Relay control AVR ON time tN 10 ms 3000 ms 100 ms
2224 Relay control AVR per. time tP 50 ms 15000 ms 500 ms

1.13.3 Power setup

1.13.3.1 Load dependent start/stop of next generator.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting Factory setting
GPU GPC / PPU
3010 Start next gen. Selection display - - - -
3011 Start next gen. Start point 50% 150% 80% 80%
3012 Start next gen. Timer 0s 100 s 10 s 10 s
3013 Start next gen. Relay output A R0 (none) R15 (relay 15) * R10 (relay 10) R8 (relay 8)
3014 Start next gen. Relay output B R0 (none) R15 (relay 15) * R10 (relay 10) R8 (relay 8)
3015 Start next gen. Enable OFF ON ON ON

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No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting Factory setting
GPU GPC / PPU
3020 Stop next gen. Selection display - - - -
3021 Stop next gen. Stop point 0% 100% 20% 20%
3022 Stop next gen. Timer 0s 200 s 30 s 30 s
3023 Stop next gen. Relay output A R0 (none) R15 (relay 15) * R11 (relay 11) R9 (relay 9)
3024 Stop next gen. Relay output B R0 (none) R15 (relay 15) * R11 (relay 11) R9 (relay 9)
3025 Stop next gen. Enable OFF ON ON ON

1.13.4 System setup

1.13.4.1 Nominal settings

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4010 Nominal settings Selection display - - -
4011 Nominal settings Frequency 48.0 Hz 62.0 Hz 60.0 Hz
4012 Nominal settings Generator power 10 kW 99 MW 480 kW
4013 Nominal settings Generator current 0A 9000 A 787 A
4014 Nominal settings Generator volt. 100 V 25000 V 440 V

1.13.4.2 Transformer generator


Voltage transformer: If no voltage transformer is present, the primary and secondary side values are set to generator nominal value.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4020 Transformer gen. Selection display - - -
4021 Transformer gen. Volt. prim. 100 V 25000 V 440 V
4022 Transformer gen. Volt. sec. 100 V 690 V 440 V
4023 Transformer gen. Current prim. 5A 9000 A 1000 A
4024 Transformer gen. Current sec. 1A 5A 5A

1.13.4.3 Transformer busbar


Voltage transformer: If no voltage transformer is present, the primary and secondary side values are set to generator nominal value.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4060 Transformer bus. Selection display - - -
4061 Transformer bus. Volt. prim. 100 V 25000 V 440 V
4062 Transformer bus. Volt. sec. 100 V 690 V 440 V

1.13.4.4 Controller settings (GPC / PPU)


The setting values are used if external set-point or serial communication set-point is not chosen. That means that the mode inputs
(terminals 50 and 53) for external set-points are OFF.

The multi-line 2 will control the generator according to these set-points:

Fixed power mode: Mode 1 ON/mode 2 OFF Set-point 4031


Fixed var mode: Mode 4 ON/mode 5 OFF Set-point 4032
Fixed PF mode: Mode 4 OFF/mode 5 ON Set-point 4033

Power setting relates to generator nominal power (kW). var setting is inductive reactive power and relates to generator nominal power
(kW ~ var). Power factor setting is inductive value.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4030 Controller Selection display - - -
4031 Controller Power 0% 100% 100%
4032 Controller var 0% 100% 30%
4033 Controller Power factor (ind.) 0.60 1.00 0.90
4034 Controller Water level regulation 0% 250% 100%

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Water level regulation is used if option O, water turbine control, is selected.

1.13.4.5 Communication control enable/disable control (option H)

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4040 Comm. control Selection display - - -
4041 Comm. control Power OFF ON OFF
4042 Comm. control Frequency OFF ON OFF
4043 Comm. control Voltage OFF ON OFF
4044 Comm. control var OFF ON OFF
4045 Comm. control PF OFF ON OFF
4046 Comm. control Mode selections OFF ON OFF

NOTE:
Selecting communication control ON will overrule external and internal settings.

1.13.4.6 External communication control (option H)


Modbus/profibus.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4050 External comm. Selection display - - -
4051 External comm. ID 1 247 3
4052 External comm. Baud rate * 9600 19200 9600 *

* The Baud rate can only be changed with modbus communication.

Can-open.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4050 External comm. Selection display - - -
4051 External comm. ID 1 50 1
4052 External comm. Baud rate 10000 125000 125000

The possible Baud rates are 10000, 20000, 50000 and 125000.

1.13.4.7 External communication control (option H)

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4090 External comm. error Selection display - - -
4091 External comm. error Delay 1.0 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
4092 External comm. error Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
4093 External comm. error Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
4094 External comm. error Enable OFF ON OFF

1.13.4.8 Date and time (internal clock) setting

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4100 Date and time Selection display - - -
4101 Date and time Year 2001 2100 2001
4102 Date and time Month 1 12 1
4103 Date and time Date 1 31 1
4104 Date and time Hour 0 23 0
4105 Date and time Minute 0 59 0

1.13.4.9 Run time and CB operations


The function running time counts the hours the generator has been running (voltage on generator present).

The function CB operations counts how many times the generator circuit breaker has been closed.

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The counters can be reset/set.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4120 Counters Selection display - - -
4121 Counters Running time 0 20000 0
4122 Counters CB operations 0 20000 0
4123 Counters Reset kWh counter OFF ON OFF

1.13.4.10 Water turbine control


This is the configuration of the water level transducer. If the water level regulation is enabled the turbine is controlled according to the
set-point in channel 4034.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4130 Water turbine Selection display - - -
4131 Water level input 4 mA input 0% 250% 0%
4132 Water level input 20 mA input 0% 250% 100%
4133 Water level regulation Enable OFF ON OFF

1.13.4.11 Battery undervoltage alarm

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4220 Battery low V Selection display - - -
4221 Battery low V Set-point 15.0 V 24.0 V 18.0 V
4222 Battery low V Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
4223 Battery low V Relay output A R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
4224 Battery low V Relay output B R0 (none) R4 (relay 4) * R0 (none)
4225 Battery low V Enable OFF ON ON

The alarm is for the auxiliary power supply. To avoid damage of the multi-line 2 it is necessary to use a 1 A fuse if the voltage
is able to fall below 15 volt.

1.13.4.12 Language

No. Setting Factory setting


4230 Language Selection display -
4231 Language English English
Deutsch -
Français -
Español -

1.13.4.13 Loadshare output


This function enables the user to set the voltage level of the active power loadshare line. This is only possible if the loadshare type
Pow-R-Con is chosen (menu 4250).

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4240 Loadshare out Selection display - - -
4241 Loadshare out Loadshare out 1.0 V 5.0 5.0 V

1.13.4.14 Loadshare type


This function enables the user to set the type of active power loadshare.

No. Setting Type 1 Type 2 Type 3 Factory setting


4250 L. share type Selection display - - - -
4251 L. share type L. share type DEIF Selco T4800 Pow-R-Con DEIF

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1.13.4.15 Number of teeth

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4400 Number of teeth Selection display - - -
4401 Number of teeth Set-point 0 500 0

This setting is used to adapting the multi-line 2 tacho signal to the number of teeth on the engine flywheel, if the tacho input on the I/O
extension card is used.

1.13.5 Analogue output, option F1/F2


The analogue output options each consist of two independent 0(4)…20 mA outputs. Option F1 has two outputs, and option F2 has
four outputs. Each of the two (four) outputs can be chosen to represent any of the following values.

1.13.5.1 Power (P kW) output

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Max. setting Max. setting Factory
(option F1) (option F2) (option EF2) setting
4500 Power output Selection display - - - - -
4501 Power output Output A 0 2 4 1 0
4502 Power output Output B 0 2 4 1 0
4503 Power output Type 0-20 mA 4-20 mA 4-20 mA
4504 Power output Max. value 0 kW 99 MW 500 kW
4505 Power output Min. value -99 MW 99 MW 0 kW

1.13.5.2 Apparent power (S kVA) output

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Max. setting Max. setting Factory
(option F1) (option F2) (option EF2) setting
4510 S output Selection display - - - - -
4511 S output Output A 0 2 4 1 0
4512 S output Output B 0 2 4 1 0
4513 S output Type 0-20 mA 4-20 mA 4-20 mA
4514 S output Max. value 0 kVA 99 MVA 600 kVA
4515 S output Min. value -99 MVA 99 MVA 0 kVA

1.13.5.3 Reactive power (Q kvar) output

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Max. setting Max. setting Factory
(option F1) (option F2) (option EF2) setting
4520 Q output Selection display - - - - -
4521 Q output Output A 0 2 4 1 0
4522 Q output Output B 0 2 4 1 0
4523 Q output Type 0-20 mA 4-20 mA 4-20 mA
4524 Q output Max. value 0 kvar 99 Mvar 400 kvar
4525 Q output Min. value -99 Mvar 99 Mvar 0 kvar

1.13.5.4 Power factor (PF) output

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Max. setting Max. setting Factory
(option F1) (option F2) (option EF2) setting
4530 PF output Selection display - - - - -
4531 PF output Output A 0 2 4 1 0
4532 PF output Output B 0 2 4 1 0
4533 PF output Type 0-20 mA 4-20 mA 4-20 mA
4534 PF output Max. value 0.5 1 0.8
4535 PF output Min. value -0.5 1 -0.8

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1.13.5.5 Frequency output

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Max. setting Max. setting Factory
(option F1) (option F2) (option EF2) setting
4540 Freq. output Selection display - - - - -
4541 Freq. output Output A 0 2 4 1 0
4542 Freq. output Output B 0 2 4 1 0
4543 Freq. output Type 0-20 mA 4-20 mA 4-20 mA
4544 Freq. output Max. value 0 Hz 70 Hz 55 Hz
4545 Freq. output Min. value 0 Hz 70 Hz 45 Hz

1.13.5.6 Voltage output


The voltage output represents the L1-L2 voltage.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Max. setting Max. setting Factory
(option F1) (option F2) (option EF2) setting
4550 Voltage outp. Selection display - - - - -
4551 Voltage outp. Output A 0 2 4 1 0
4552 Voltage outp. Output B 0 2 4 1 0
4553 Voltage outp. Type 0-20 mA 4-20 mA 4-20 mA
4554 Voltage outp. Max. value 0V 28000 V 500 V
4555 Voltage outp. Min. value 0V 28000 V 0V

1.13.5.7 Current output


The current output represents the L1 current.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Max. setting Max. setting Factory
(option F1) (option F2) (option EF2) setting
4560 Current outp. Selection display - - - - -
4561 Current outp. Output A 0 2 4 1 0
4562 Current outp. Output B 0 2 4 1 0
4563 Current outp. Type 0-20 mA 4-20 mA 4-20 mA
4564 Current outp. Max. value 0A 9000 A 1000 A
4565 Current outp. Min. value 0A 9000 A 0A

1.13.5.8 Alarm setup (no relay output)

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4600 Relay 0 virtual Selection display - - -
4601 Relay 0 virtual Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Alarm
4602 Relay 0 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s 5.0 s

The relay 0 is a virtual relay (R0 in the setup menues). This means that all the alarm functions will react depending on the setting in
this channel group.

Configured as “Alarm” the alarms will be displayed in the alarm info window as long as the alarm is present and unacknowledged.

Configured as “Alarm/sync. block” the alarms will be displayed in the alarm info window as long as the alarm is present and
unacknowledged. Further it blocks the synchronising function.

1.13.5.9 Relay setup


Alarm relay function: When an alarm activates the relay it is activated as long as the alarm is present and unacknowledged.

Alarm + sync. block function: When an alarm activates the relay it is activated as long as the alarm is present and unacknowledged.

Limit function: When an alarm activates the relay no alarm message is displayed. After the condition activating this relay has returned
to normal, the relay will deactivate when the “Off delay” has expired.

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No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4610 Relay 1 Selection display - - - -
4611 Relay 1 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Alarm
4612 Relay 1 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4620 Relay 2 Selection display - - - -
4621 Relay 2 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Alarm
4622 Relay 2 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4630 Relay 3 Selection display - - - -
4631 Relay 3 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Alarm
4632 Relay 3 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4640 Relay 4 Selection display - - - -
4641 Relay 4 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Alarm
4642 Relay 4 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4650 Relay 5 Selection display - - - -
4651 Relay 5 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Alarm
4652 Relay 5 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4660 Relay 6 Selection display - - - -
4661 Relay 6 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Alarm
4662 Relay 6 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4670 Relay 7 Selection display - - - -
4671 Relay 7 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Alarm
4672 Relay 7 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4680 Relay 8 Selection display - - - -
4681 Relay 8 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Limit
4682 Relay 8 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4690 Relay 9 Selection display - - - -
4691 Relay 9 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Limit
4692 Relay 9 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4700 Relay 10 Selection display - - - -
4701 Relay 10 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Limit
4702 Relay 10 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

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No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4710 Relay 11 Selection display - - - -
4711 Relay 11 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Limit
4712 Relay 11 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4720 Relay 12 Selection display - - - -
4721 Relay 12 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Alarm
4722 Relay 12 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4730 Relay 13 Selection display - - - -
4731 Relay 13 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Alarm
4732 Relay 13 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4740 Relay 14 Selection display - - - -
4741 Relay 14 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Alarm
4742 Relay 14 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

No. Setting First/min. Second/max. Third setting Factory setting


setting setting
4750 Relay 15 Selection display - - - -
4751 Relay 15 Function Alarm Alarm/sync. block Limit Alarm
4752 Relay 15 Off delay 0.0 s 999.9 s - 5.0 s

NOTE:
Relay 14 and relay 15 are only available when analogue controller outputs are selected.

®
1.13.5.10 Caterpillar CCM setup (option H4 – not available at the moment)

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4760 CCM control Selection display - - -
4761 CCM control CCM Baud rate 9600 19200 19200
4762 CCM control CCM version M5X version M5X version M5X version

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4770 List 1 setup Selection display - - -
4771 List 1 setup MID/UNIT number 21$ 61$ 24$
4772 List 1 setup Enable list OFF ON OFF
4773 List 1 setup Update rate 0.5 s 127.0 s 2.0 s

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The setup of the lists is done the same way as list 1, channel 4770. The following lists are available:

Channel number List number


4770 List 1 setup
4780 List 2 setup
4790 List 3 setup
4800 List 4 setup
4810 List 5 setup
4820 List 6 setup
4830 List 7 setup
4840 List 8 setup
4850 List 8 setup
4860 List 10 setup
4870 List 11 setup
4880 List 12 setup
4890 List 13 setup
4900 List 14 setup
4910 List 15 setup
4920 List 16 setup

1.13.6 User password


The user password menu can only be entered using the “JUMP” pushbutton.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


4976 User password Setting 0 32000 2000

1.13.7 Service menu


The service menu can only be entered using the “JUMP” pushbutton. This menu is used in service situations.

In the alarm selection you can see all the alarm timers and their remaining time if they are counting.

The input and output selections show the present status of the inputs and outputs. E.g. mode inputs, relay outputs and load sharing
lines.

No. Setting Description


4980 Service menu Selection display
4981 Service menu Alarm Shows remaining delay time
4982 Service menu Digital input Shows binary input status
4983 Service menu Digital output Shows relay output status

1.13.8 Application menu


This menu can only be entered using the “JUMP” pushbutton.

The purpose of this menu is to change the measuring principle of the multi-line 2, if it is used in different distribution systems.

No. Setting Description Factory setting


6100 Application Selection display - -
Application Mode 0 Normal (3 phase) Normal (3 phase)
Application Mode 1 Split phase -
Application Mode 2 Single phase -

The split phase selection is used if the distribution system is one with 2 phases and neutral. The phases are split 180 degrees. The
display shows L1 and L3.

The single phase selection is used in a system with one phase (L1) and neutral. The display shows only L1.

1.13.9 Phase compensation


This menu can only be entered using the “JUMP” pushbutton.

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The purpose of this menu is to change the measuring principle of the phase between busbar and generator. By jumping to menu
6200, an offset for the synchronize window can be added.

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory setting


6200 Phase compensation Selection display - - -
6200 Phase compensation Set-point -45 deg. 45 deg. 0.0 deg.

The offset is active in both static and dynamic synchronization.

The synchronize window is moved according to the drawing below.

0 deg.
- 45 deg +45 deg.

Synchroscope

NOTE:
BE CAREFUL – the menu 6200 allows the compensation of the angular gap created by transformers Y1 and Y11. The factory setting
is 0° and it will have to remain except for those 2 cases. Any error of setting will involve a "false coupling". After setting 6200, a check
of the angular precision of coupling is essential.

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1.14 General data

1.14.1 Technical specifications


Accuracy: Class 1.0 according to IEC 688

Operating temperature: -25…70°C

Aux. supply: 24 VDC -25/+30%

Measuring voltage: 100…690 VAC. Consumption max. 0.15 VA per phase

Frequency: 30…70 Hz

Measuring current: From current transformers …/1 A or …/5 A. Consumption max. 0.3 VA per phase

Binary inputs: Input voltage 12…32 VDC. Impedance 2.4 kΩ, bi-directional

Open collector outputs: Supply voltage 12…32 VDC. Load max. 10 mA

Load sharing lines: +/-5 VDC

Analogue inputs: +/-10 VDC, impedance 100 kΩ (not galvanically separated)

Relay outputs: 250 V/8 A or 24 VDC/1 A. Refer to actual description of I/O’s

Safety: To EN 61010-1 installation category (overvoltage category) III, 600 V, pollution degree 2

Galvanic separation: Between AC voltage, AC current and other I/O’s: 3250 VAC – 50 Hz – 1 min. Between analogue outputs:
500 VDC – 1 min.

EMC/CE: According to EN-50081-1/2, EN-50082-1/2, SS4361503 (PL4) and IEC 255-3

Material: All plastic parts are self-extinguishing to UL94 (V1)

Climate: HSE, to DIN 40040


2 2
Connections: 4 mm multi stranded for AC currents, all others 2.5 mm multi stranded

Response times: From the set-point is reached till the output is activated and the delay set to 0.
Busbar 2: Over/under voltage <50 ms
Over/under frequency <50 ms
Generator and busbar 1: Over/under voltage 70-300 ms
Over/under frequency 70-300 ms
Current: 100-300 ms
Fast overcurrent: <42 ms
High overcurrent: 100-200 ms
Rocof: 100 ms (4 periods)
Vector jump: 30 ms

Protection: Case: IP40


Terminals: IP20
Operator panel: IP52 (IP54 when mounted with gasket)
To IEC 529 and EN 60529

Mounting: Base mounted with six screws or DIN-rail mounted.

1.14.2 GPU and PPU – special conditions


Type approval: DNV, GL, LR and ABS for use in unmanned machinery space

Mounting: Base mounted with six screws or DIN-rail mounted. If DIN-rail mounted in marine applications, additional
means against excessive mechanical vibrations must be used

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1.15 Unit dimensions

1.16 Display dimensions

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1.17 Panel cutout for display

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