Relion® 630 series

Load Shedding Controller PML630 Operation Manual

Document ID: 1MRS757183 Issued: 2011-05-04 Revision: A Product version: 1.1

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In particular. including that any applicable safety or other operational requirements are complied with. any risks in applications where a system failure and/ or product failure would create a risk for harm to property or persons (including but not limited to personal injuries or death) shall be the sole responsibility of the person or entity applying the equipment. This document has been carefully checked by ABB but deviations cannot be completely ruled out. All persons responsible for applying the equipment addressed in this manual must satisfy themselves that each intended application is suitable and acceptable. . in no event shall ABB be responsible or liable for any loss or damage resulting from the use of this manual or the application of the equipment. examples and diagrams in this manual are included solely for the concept or product description and are not to be deemed as a statement of guaranteed properties. In case any errors are detected. and those so responsible are hereby requested to ensure that all measures are taken to exclude or mitigate such risks. the reader is kindly requested to notify the manufacturer. Other than under explicit contractual commitments.Disclaimer The data.

The IED is designed in accordance with the international standards of the IEC 60255 series.Conformity This product complies with the directive of the Council of the European Communities on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC Directive 2004/108/EC) and concerning electrical equipment for use within specified voltage limits (Low-voltage directive 2006/95/EC). This conformity is the result of tests conducted by ABB in accordance with the product standards EN 50263 and EN 60255-26 for the EMC directive. and with the product standards EN 60255-1 and EN 60255-27 for the low voltage directive. .

Only a competent electrician is allowed to carry out the electrical installation. measures should be taken to avoid inadvertent tripping.Safety information Dangerous voltages can occur on the connectors. Non-observance can result in death. Unnecessary touching of electronic components must therefore be avoided. The frame of the IED has to be carefully earthed. even though the auxiliary voltage has been disconnected. Whenever changes are made in the IED. personal injury or substantial property damage. The IED contains components which are sensitive to electrostatic discharge. National and local electrical safety regulations must always be followed. .

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...............27 Command buttons...30 Connectivity packages...............................14 LEDs....................................................................................................................................................21 Protection and alarm indication......31 Section 4 Using the HMI.............23 IED modes..........................................17 Keypad.....26 Single-line diagram.........................................................................13 Local HMI...........................................................................................................................................................13 Overview..............................................33 Logging on......................................................................................................8 Symbols and conventions............................................5 Product documentation......................8 Manual conventions.......................................................................................................Table of contents Table of contents Section 1 Introduction...........................................................................11 Disposing of the IED........................21 Parameter management ............................................................31 PCM600 and IED connectivity package version....................................................11 Sustainable development..................................................................9 Section 2 Environmental aspects......................28 Authorization................14 Display..................................................................................................29 Communication....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................23 Load-shedding application modes...................26 Web HMI.............. codes and symbols....................................................................6 Document revision history..................................................24 Front communication.....................................................................................................................................................30 PCM600 tool.................................................................................................5 Intended audience.....................................................................................7 Related documentation..........................................................5 This manual......33 PML630 Operation Manual 1 .17 Local HMI functionality....................................................................................................................................................................33 Using the local HMI............................................................................................................................8 Functions...........................................................6 Product documentation set.......................11 Section 3 IED Overview......................................8 Safety indication symbols.............................................................................................................................................

...........................................40 Editing values..................45 Clearing and acknowledging...............39 Using function buttons............................................................................................................................38 Scrolling the display..............................................34 Turning the display backlight on.................................67 Settings in WHMI..................................................40 Browsing setting values...........57 Logging out......................................................................Table of contents Logging off...........................................................................................................71 Clear menu.........................60 Menu structure...................................................................................................................73 COM600 operational aspects for load shedding..............................................................................................................................................................42 Editing numerical values..............................................................................................................85 PML630 Operation Manual ................................42 Editing enumerated values........57 Logging in..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................44 Saving settings...............................60 Setting parameters in Web HMI....51 Executing the manual load shed command from LHMI.............71 Manual load shed command execution.....................................................................65 Committing settings.......................45 Using the local HMI help.............................................46 Accessing IED settings using LHMI..................57 Identifying the device.............................................................46 Clearing menu.........55 Using the Web HMI.......................................................................59 Navigating in the menu.....................................................................................85 Monitoring.........................................39 Using the single-line diagram.........................................................37 Navigating in the menu......................35 Identifying the device............................................................................35 Adjusting the display contrast.......................38 Changing the default view...................................................83 IED settings for IED functionality............................83 Normal operation................................................69 Monitoring the device status on PML630 IED......................................83 Section 6 2 Operating procedures.............72 Selecting the event view..................................................................................................74 Section 5 IED operation..............................................................37 Menu structure.........................................................................................................................36 Changing the local HMI language....................................................................83 IED parametrization....................................................................................................................................................................................................60 Editing values..........................

........... 0 Identifying communication errors....................................87 Monitoring the IED using the local HMI.................................................................. 0 Additional indications....... 0 Fault tracing.............. 0 Identifying runtime errors............ 0 Running the display test................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 0 Changing and setting the password............................................ 0 Browsing and editing setting group values............................................................................................................................................................... 0 Identifying hardware errors................................................................................ 0 Section 7 Troubleshooting ..................................................................... 0 Clearing and acknowledging via the local HMI............................. 0 Warnings......................................................................................... 0 Setting the IED into test mode............ 0 Identifying IED application problems....................................................... 0 Resetting the configuration. 0 Changing the IED functionality or behaviour......................................... 0 Resetting the IED.............................................. 0 Checking the communication link operation............................Table of contents Indications........................................................... 0 Section 8 Glossary............................................................ 0 Internal faults.................... 0 Checking the time synchronization....................87 Controlling....... 0 PML630 Operation Manual 3 ............................................................ 0 Activating LEDs.......... 0 Correction procedures.....85 Monitoring an internal IED fault ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................86 Monitoring condition monitoring data....85 Monitoring alarm data. 0 Indication messages...............................

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1MRS757183 A Section 1 Introduction Section 1 Introduction 1.2 Intended audience This manual addresses the operator. PML630 Operation Manual 5 . who operates the IED on a daily basis. 1.1 This manual The operation manual contains instructions on how to operate the IED once it has been commissioned. The operator must be trained in and have a basic knowledge of how to operate loadshed functionality. controlling and setting the IED. The manual contains terms and expressions commonly used to describe this functionality. The manual provides instructions for monitoring.

6 Operation Installing Maintenance .3 1. The chapters are organized in chronological order in which the IED should be commissioned. The manual provides procedures for checking external circuitry and energizing the IED. The manual also recommends a sequence for engineering of load shedding power management function. The manual can also be used by system engineers and maintenance personnel for assistance during the testing phase.1 Product documentation Product documentation set Decommissioning deinstalling & disposal PML630 Operation Manual Planning & purchase Commissioning Engineering Engineering manual Installation manual Commissioning manual Operation manual Service manual Application engineering guide Technical manual Communication protocol manual GUID-6D633E82-6FD1-46D4-B2EC-D93A3E2016D8 V1 EN Figure 1: The intended use of manuals in different lifecycles The engineering manual contains instructions on how to engineer the IED using PCM600.Section 1 Introduction 1MRS757183 A 1. LHMI functions and communication engineering for IEC 61850. The manual describes the process of testing an IED in a substation that is not in service. The commissioning manual contains instructions on how to commission the IED with the load shedding power management functions. The chapters are organized in chronological order in which the IED should be installed. The manual provides instructions on how to set up a PCM600 project and insert IEDs to the project structure.3. The manual provides procedures for mechanical and electrical installation. parameter setting and configuration. The installation manual contains instructions on how to install the IED.

The service manual contains instructions on how to service and maintain the IED. setting parameters and technical data sorted per function.com/substationautomation. CCT600 and SAB600. The manual provides instructions for monitoring. The manual concentrates on vendor-specific implementations.1MRS757183 A Section 1 Introduction The application engineering guide provides information for IEC 61850 engineering of the load shedding controller IED.3. the guide explains all the steps from system planning and engineering to application functionality and IED parameterization for realizing the load shedding functionality using the IEDs. 1. logic diagrams. installation and commissioning phase. The operation manual contains instructions on how to operate the IED once it has been commissioned. point list manual and IEC 61850 communication protocol manual.1 History First release Download the latest documents from the ABB web site http:// www. The communication protocol manual describes a communication protocol supported by the IED. de-commissioning and disposal of the IED. technical manual. With a practical example. The point list manual describes the outlook and properties of the data points specific to the IED. PML630 Operation Manual 7 . The manual also provides procedures for de-energizing. The technical manual contains application and functionality descriptions and lists function blocks. controlling and setting the IED.abb. protection and control IEDs and COM600 Station Automation device using PCM600. The IED documentation set includes operation manual. See the 630 series documentation set for installation manual and commissioning manual. input and output signals. The manual should be used with the corresponding communication protocol manual. application engineering guide.2 Document revision history Document revision/date A/2011-05-04 Product version 1. The service manual is not available yet. engineering manual. The manual can be used as a technical reference during the engineering phase. and during normal service.

4.2 Manual conventions Conventions used in IED manuals. Although warning hazards are related to personal injury. Therefore.and product-specific manuals can be downloaded from the ABB web site http://www.Section 1 Introduction 1.3 Related documentation 1MRS757183 A Product series. Push button navigation in the LHMI menu structure is presented by using the push button icons. comply fully with all warning and caution notices. A particular convention may not be used in this manual. The warning icon indicates the presence of a hazard which could result in personal injury. it is necessary to understand that under certain operational conditions.com/substationautomation .1 Symbols and conventions Safety indication symbols The electrical warning icon indicates the presence of a hazard which could result in electrical shock. for example: PML630 Operation Manual 8 . The caution icon indicates important information or warning related to the concept discussed in the text.4 1. The information icon alerts the reader of important facts and conditions. 1. The glossary also contains definitions of important terms.abb. • • Abbreviations and acronyms in this manual are spelled out in the glossary.3. It might indicate the presence of a hazard which could result in corruption of software or damage to equipment or property. operation of damaged equipment may result in degraded process performance leading to personal injury or death. how to design your project or how to use a certain function. The tip icon indicates advice on.4. for example. 1.

select Yes and press .1MRS757183 A Section 1 Introduction • • • • • To navigate between the options. 1.) Binary channel 1-16 Table continues on next page DRRDRE1) A1RADR1) A2RADR1) A3RADR1) A4RADR B1RBDR NCBDCSWI LSCACLS LSPTRC LDMMXU PWSMMXU SNWRCLS SPVNZBAT1) MVGGIO1) SPGGIO1) DPGGIO1) Functions included in PML630 IEC 61850 PML630 Operation Manual 9 . indicates that the user can set an own signal name in PCM600. The * character after an input or output signal name in the function block symbol given for a function. for example: Select Main menu/Settings. HMI menu paths are presented in bold. use and . LHMI messages are shown in Courier font. The ^ character in front of an input or output signal name in the function block symbol given for a function. Parameter names are shown in italics. codes and symbols Table 1: Functionality Control Double point indication Monitoring Station battery supervision Generic measured values Single point indication Power management Critical circuit breaker Contingency based fast load shed Sheddable load trip Busbar with sheddable load Network power source Subnetwork output Disturbance recorder function Disturbance recorder Analog channels 1-10 (samples) Analog channel 11-20 (samples) Analog channel 21-30 (samples) Analog channel 31-40 (calc.4. for example: The function can be enabled and disabled with the Operation setting. for example: To save the changes in non-volatile memory. indicates that the signal must be connected to another function block in the application configuration to achieve a valid application configuration.3 Functions. val.

it is kept enabled in the Application Configuration tool for instantiation in any additional user defined logic other than the features offered by the IED Connectivity Package. However.Section 1 Introduction Functionality Binary channel 17-32 Binary channel 33-48 Binary channel 49-64 IEC 61850 B2RBDR B3RBDR1) B4RBDR1) 1MRS757183 A 1) The function is not used by default. 10 PML630 Operation Manual .

1 Sustainable development Sustainability has been taken into account from the beginning of the product design including the pro-environmental manufacturing process.Pb Mercury . 2. We follow environmental rules and regulations systematically to evaluate their effect on our products and processes.PBDE Maximum concentration values by weight per homogeneous material Proposed maximum concentration 0.1% 0.Cd Hexavalent Chromium Cr (VI) Polybrominated biphenyls . operation reliability and disposing of the IED.01% 0. The choice of materials and the suppliers have been made according to the EU RoHS directive (2002/95/EC). The effectiveness of the environmental system is constantly evaluated by an external auditing body. Moreover.PBB Polybrominated diphenyl ethers .1% Operational reliability and long life time have been assured with extensive testing during the design and manufacturing processes. This directive limits the use of hazardous substances which are the following: Table 2: Substance Lead .1% 0. long life time is supported by maintenance and repair services as well as by the availability of spare parts. When disposing of an IED or its parts contact a local waste handler who is authorized and specialized in disposing PML630 Operation Manual 11 .1% 0. All parts used in this product are recyclable.1MRS757183 A Section 2 Environmental aspects Section 2 Environmental aspects 2. Design and manufacturing have been done under a certified environmental system.2 Disposing of the IED Definitions and regulations of hazardous materials are country-specific and change when the knowledge of materials increases. long life time.Hg Cadmium . The materials used in this product are typical for electric and electronic devices.1% 0.

Table 3: IED Unit Materials of the IED parts Parts Metallic plates. LCP2) Various Cardboard Paper Package Attached material 1) Polycarbonate 2) Liquid crystal polymer Box Manuals 12 PML630 Operation Manual . These handlers can sort the material by using dedicated sorting processes and dispose of the product according to the local requirements.Section 2 Environmental aspects 1MRS757183 A electronic waste. parts and screws Plastic parts LHMI display module Material Steel PC1).

1MRS757183 A Section 3 IED Overview Section 3 IED Overview 3. • • • Fast load shedding based on network contingencies Slow load shedding based on transformer overloading or the maximum demand violation of the grid tie feeder Manual load shedding based on operator defined priorities The supported communication protocols including the IEC 61850 offer seamless connectivity with other Relion series IEDs and COM600 Station Automation device to realise the load shedding functionality.1 Overview PML630 is a power management IED that provides comprehensive load shedding solution for the power network in an industrial plant. The IED uses GOOSE and MMS communication profiles for I/O data transfer with other Relion series IEDs and COM600 Station Automation device. It protects the plant against blackouts and power source outages due to system disturbances. PML630 is identical to the Relion 630 series IEDs and does not have any specific hardware modules. It is only the application functions pre-loaded in the IED that differentiate it from the other 630 series IEDs. The IED supports various modes of load shedding. This IED is a member of ABB’s Relion® product family and a part of its 630 product series characterized by functional scalability and flexible configurability. PML630 Operation Manual 13 .

2 Local HMI GUID-AC825CD8-7361-464F-98DC-35D81332D75F V3 EN Figure 2: LHMI The LHMI of the IED contains the following elements: • • • • Display Buttons LED indicators Communication port The LHMI is used for setting. 3. The character size can vary. The display view is divided into four basic areas. 14 PML630 Operation Manual . monitoring and controlling the IED. The amount of characters and rows fitting the view depends on the character size and the view that is shown.1 Display The LHMI includes a graphical monochrome display with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels.Section 3 IED Overview 1MRS757183 A 3.2.

it is truncated from the beginning. The text in content area is truncated from the beginning if it does not fit in the display horizontally. Truncation is indicated with three dots.1MRS757183 A Section 3 IED Overview 1 2 4 3 GUID-371FF8D7-5C0C-406E-B0CE-F512ADB53FF2 V3 EN Figure 3: 1 Path 2 Content 3 Status Display layout 4 Scroll bar (appears when needed) • • • • The path shows the current location in the menu structure. If the path is too long to be shown. pictures or other items do not fit in the display. If text. The status area shows the current IED time. PML630 Operation Manual 15 . a vertical scroll bar appears on the right. The content area shows the menu content. and the truncation is indicated with three dots. the user that is currently logged in and the object identification string which is settable via the LHMI or with PCM600.

Each function button has a LED indication that can be used as a feedback signal for the function button control action. GUID-ED0CC912-ED59-4270-A3B8-9818FFE300FD V3 EN Figure 5: Function button panel The alarm LED panel shows on request the alarm text labels for the alarm LEDs. The function button panel shows on request what actions are possible with the function buttons. The LED is connected to the required signal with PCM600.Section 3 IED Overview 1MRS757183 A GUID-FB4F1709-9908-4FAE-B57F-94375CD54824 V2 EN Figure 4: Truncated path The display is updated either cyclically or based on changes in the source data such as parameters or events. 16 PML630 Operation Manual .

If additional LED indications are required to suit project requirements. There are also fifteen matrix programmable alarm LEDs on front of the LHMI. Altogether. 3. The push-buttons are used to acknowledge alarms. The LEDs can be configured with PCM600 and the operation mode can be selected with the LHMI or PCM600. The load shedding start (power balance calculation initiation) and operate (initiation of load-shed commands) are mapped to the LHMI LEDs. Both the panels have dynamic width that depends on the label string length that the panel contains. yellow and red. reset indications. Each LED can indicate three states with the colors: green. only group 1 LEDs are envisaged to be used. For the IED. 3. the fifteen physical three-color LEDs can indicate 45 different alarms. make new settings and confirmations and so on. Each panel is shown by pressing one of the function buttons or the Multipage button. PML630 Operation Manual 17 . they need to be configured with PCM600.3 Keypad The LHMI keypad contains push-buttons which are used to navigate in different views or menus. Start and Trip. Pressing the ESC button clears the panel from the display.2. 135 signals can be indicated since there are three LED groups.2.2 LEDs The LHMI includes three indicators above the display: Ready.1MRS757183 A Section 3 IED Overview GUID-A6E0ECB6-03ED-44FC-AD89-BCE6CB25E5DC V3 EN Figure 6: Alarm LED panel The function button and alarm LED panels are not visible at the same time. provide help. The alarm texts related to each three-color LED are divided into three pages and can be browsed with the Multipage button. The fifteen physical three-color LEDs in one LED group can indicate 45 different signals. Altogether.

Section 3 IED Overview 1MRS757183 A The keypad also contains programmable push-buttons that can be configured either as menu shortcut or control buttons. 18 PML630 Operation Manual .

navigation and command pushbuttons and RJ-45 communication port Function button Disabled in PML630 Disabled in PML630 Escape Left Down Up Right Key Enter Disabled in PML630 Uplink LED Not in use Multipage Menu Clear Help PML630 Operation Manual 19 ..5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 LHMI keypad with object control..1MRS757183 A Section 3 IED Overview 1 2 3 18 4 19 5 6 20 21 7 22 8 GUID-CDE93DB6-914C-49B6-851D-B67152AD7C2B V1 EN 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Figure 7: 1.

or . when the user is not logged in. Moving to the default view. Activating the Clear/Reset view. Up Down Left Right Key Commands Table 5: Name Menu Command push-buttons Description • • Moving directly to Main menu.Section 3 IED Overview 1MRS757183 A 22 Communication port Navigation The arrow buttons are used for navigation. when editing a string. Changing the active digit of a parameter when entering a new setting value. Enter Entering parameter setting mode. Confirming selection in dialogs and alarm panel. Adjusting the display contrast in combination with Changing the language in combination with Running the display test in combination with Deleting a character in combination with Inserting a space in combination with or . Scrolling active digits of a parameter when entering a new setting value. . press the arrow button several times or keep it pressed down. Activating the authorization procedure. when the user is currently logged in. if currently in Main menu. Table 4: Name ESC Navigation push-buttons Description • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Leaving setting mode without saving the values. Confirming a new value of a setting parameter. Moving left and right in menus. Logging out. Selecting pages in the SLD. Cancelling certain actions. if currently in any other menu or view. Clear Help Multipage • Showing the help menu. To scroll information. Moving up and down in menus. Opening alarm panel and selecting alarm page from the view. Moving selection in dialogs and alarm panel. 20 PML630 Operation Manual . when editing a string.

Configure the disturbance recorder to enable the start and trip LEDs.2. Start and Trip. menu short cut or binary control. 3. Table 7: LED state Off On Flashing Ready LED Description Auxiliary supply voltage is disconnected. power balance calculations are initiated. fast load shedding or slow load shedding has started.4 3. Internal fault has occurred. A load-shedding function. A load-shedding function (fast load shedding or slow load shedding or manual load shedding) has operated (load shed command issued).1MRS757183 A Section 3 IED Overview Function buttons Table 6: Name LCD function button Function buttons Description Executing the defined function: OFF. Table 9: LED state Off On Trip LED Description Normal operation.1 Local HMI functionality Protection and alarm indication Protection indicators The protection indicator LEDs are Ready.4. that is. Table 8: LED state Off On Flashing Start LED Description Normal operation. PML630 Operation Manual 21 . The IED is in test mode and load shed functions are blocked.2. Normal operation of load-shedding function. • The indication disappears when the IED is no longer in test mode and blocking is removed.

Table 10: LED state Off On Alarm indications Description Normal operation. Follow-F sequence: The activation signal is on. The green color LED is not used. • • • • • Follow-S sequence: The activation signal is on. Other 6 LEDs are left for the user configuration. LatchedAck-S-F sequence: The indication has been acknowledged. or it is off but the indication has not been acknowledged. or it is off but the indication has not been acknowledged. LatchedAck-F-S sequence: The activation signal is on. LatchedAck-S-F sequence: The activation signal is on.Section 3 IED Overview Alarm indicators 1MRS757183 A The 15 programmable three-color LEDs are used for alarm indication. Flashing • • • The 13 programmable three-color LEDs are used for alarm indication. LatchedAck-F-S sequence: The indication has been acknowledged. 7 LEDs are configured and shown in the table below. or it is off but the indication has not been acknowledged. TRIP RED color LED indicates the operate signal of load shed. Table 11: LEDs Start LED Trip LED Alarm indications Operations General load-shedding start (initiation of power balance calculations) General load-shedding operation (power balance calculations) resulting in load-shed command initiation to feeder IEDs • • Fast load-shedding module activation (Red indication pin) Fast load-shedding module start (Yellow indication pin) Grid Transformer 1 Slow load-shedding module activation (Red indication pin) Grid Transformer 1 Slow load-shedding module start (Yellow indication pin) Grid Transformer 2 Slow load-shedding module activation (Red indication pin) Grid Transformer 2 Slow load-shedding module start (Yellow indication pin) LED1 LED2 • • LED3 • • Table continues on next page 22 PML630 Operation Manual . LatchedColl-S sequence: The activation signal is on. or it is off but the indication has not been acknowledged. START/ PICKUP yellow color LED indicates start signal of load shed. Out of 13 LEDs. The colors of the LEDs are defined by the configuration and they are independent of the LEDs' states. LatchedReset-S sequence: The activation signal is on. but the activation signal is still on. but the activation signal is still on. All activation signals are off.

4.2.3 IED modes The IED supports four operational modes.2 Parameter management The LHMI is used to access the IED parameters. 3.2. • • • • On Test Blocked Test+Blocked PML630 Operation Manual 23 . Three types of parameters can be read and written.4.1MRS757183 A Section 3 IED Overview LEDs LED4 LED5 LED6 LED7 Operations SubNetwork 1 load-shedding block (example) SubNetwork 2 load-shedding block (example) SubNetwork 3 load-shedding block (example) SubNetwork 4 load-shedding block (example) 3. Enumerated values have a predefined set of selectable values. Character strings can be edited character by character. • • • Numerical values String values Enumerated values Numerical values are presented either in integer or in decimal format with minimum and maximum values.

Section 3 IED Overview 1MRS757183 A IED Set to Test Mode from Local HMI 61850 Stack LLN0 AFL Slow Loadshedding Block_Grd_SL1 Grid1 SL Grid2 SL Blocked Mod stVal=3 Q=0 Beh stVal=3 Q= 000000000010 FLS Mod stVal=1 Q=0 Beh stVal=3/4/5 Q= 000000000010 SLLS Mod stVal=1 Q=0 Beh stVal=3/4/5 Q= 000000000010 Block_Grd_SL2 Block Operation On /Off Fast Loadshedding Blocked Block GUID-3601B5EB-FBBC-4144-B082-67903DBDAEDC V1 EN Figure 8: Table 12: IED mode On Test Test Test IED Test mode handling sequence Semantics of IED LN0 behaviour.4 Load-shedding application modes The IED supports different load-shedding application modes.4. based on modes Functionality mode(LSCACLS mode) On On Blocked Off LNBeh On Test Test+Blocked Off LNBeh Value 1 3 4 5 3.2. • • • On Off Blocked 24 PML630 Operation Manual .

If the LSCACLS function block Operation is set to OFF.1MRS757183 A Section 3 IED Overview The load-shedding AFL functions support the On. Fast load-shedding functionality is active only if LSCACLS (core) function’s Operation is set in ON mode. Slow load shedding for Grid1 and Grid2 can be blocked individually. 4. Off and Blocked modes for fast load shedding and slow load shedding. slow load shedding also needs to be blocked. Slow load shedding can be blocked by using block input shown in the figure IED TEST Mode handling sequence. Four out of the five functional keys in the Local HMI can be configured (see Engineering Manual) for blocking the fast load shedding and slow load shedding. 2. 1 2 3 4 5 GUID-0FC3380C-F683-4F7C-9B19-D987C3604797 V1 EN Figure 9: Load-shedding functional keys 1. 3. If Fast load shedding is blocked. load shedding functionality cannot be active. 5. Load shedding blocked Slow load shedding blocked Slow load shedding Grid1 blocked Slow load shedding Grid2 blocked Global reset PML630 Operation Manual 25 .

as ascertained by the load-shedding logic in the IED. 26 PML630 Operation Manual . This comprises of the power sources. It shows a graphical presentation of the network connection which is configured with PCM600.4. The default IP address for the front port is 192.4. Single-line diagram is used for understanding load-shedding operations.2.Section 3 IED Overview 3. network and load circuit breaker indications.5 Front communication The RJ-45 port in the LHMI enables front communication.2.6 Single-line diagram The single-line diagram feature is used to display the key load-shedding network diagram. GUID-D71BA06D-3769-4ACB-8A32-5D02EA473326 V1 EN Figure 10: RJ-45 communication port and green indicator LED 1 RJ-45 connector 2 Green indicator LED When a computer is connected to the IED front port with a crossed-over cable.168.0. the IED's DHCP server for the front interface assigns an IP address to the computer. • 1MRS757183 A The green uplink LED on the left is lit when the cable is successfully connected to the port.254. 3.

WHMI is disabled by default. The supported web browser version is Internet Explorer 7. WHMI offers several functions.3 Web HMI The WHMI enables the user to access the IED via a web browser. PML630 Operation Manual 27 . select Main menu/Configuration/HMI/Web HMI/Operation via the LHMI. • • • • • Alarm indications and event lists System supervision Parameter settings Measurement display Disturbance records The menu tree structure on the WHMI is almost identical to the one on the LHMI.1MRS757183 A Section 3 IED Overview GUID-DB7D3D12-AFF6-4E83-B274-2E062A863A4F V3 EN Figure 11: Single-line diagram 3. To enable the WHMI.0 or later.

3.1 Command buttons Command buttons can be used to edit parameters and control information via the WHMI. the WHMI can be used remotely to set the IED parameters and also other Relion series IEDs from a central operation workplace in the substation or the plant network. Table continues on next page 28 PML630 Operation Manual . 3. Remotely over LAN/WAN. Thus.Section 3 IED Overview 1MRS757183 A GUID-B8B68F5D-8FDA-4B80-8C55-8EFF7B49A66B V2 EN Figure 12: Example view of the WHMI The WHMI can be accessed locally and remotely. Writing parameters to the IED. Disabling parameter editing. Table 13: Name Command buttons Description Enabling parameter editing. • • Locally by connecting the user's computer to the IED via the front communication port.

the user has full access until users are created with PCM600. Freezing the values so that updates are not displayed. The user categories are predefined for the LHMI with specific rights. Committing changes to IED's nonvolatile flash memory. Table 14: Username SystemOperator Predefined user categories User rights Control from LHMI. PML630 Operation Manual 29 . Rejecting changes. 3. see PCM600 documentation.1MRS757183 A Section 3 IED Overview Name Description Refreshing parameter values.4 Authorization The user categories are predefined for the LHMI and WHMI. One user can belong to one or several user categories. The IED users can be created. Triggering the disturbance recorder manually. Saving the disturbance recording. each with different rights. Receiving continuous updates to the monitoring view. Logging on is not required for the LHMI. deleted and edited only with PCM600. At delivery. Deleting the disturbance record. no bypass All settings Application configuration User and password administration ProtectionEngineer DesignEngineer UserAdministrator For more information.

5 Communication The IED supports IEC 61850-8-1 standard for communication. The data transfer from the load feeder IEDs (REF. Ethernet based: • SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) With special time synchronization wiring: • IRIG-B 3. power and current (for transformer feeder IEDs). This includes MMS communication profile for vertical communication and GOOSE communication profile for horizontal communication. The IED can also interoperate with other IEC 61850 compliant IEDs including RE_630. The IED operator functionality is achieved through the MMS communication profile or through the WHMI client surface. 30 PML630 Operation Manual . RET. The IED supports SNTP and IRIG-B time synchronization methods with a timestamping resolution of 1 ms.6 PCM600 tool Protection and Control IED Manager PCM600 offers all the necessary functionality to work throughout all stages of the IED life cycle. All communication connectors. The IED receives binary and analog signals from feeder IEDs for load shedding input data processing. The load shed information (binary signals) is sent to the load feeder IEDs using GOOSE communication profile. RET630/615) to the IED includes circuit breaker status.Section 3 IED Overview 1MRS757183 A 3. • • The data transfer from a generator or transformer IEDs (REG670. trip or critical alarms. The IED exchanges load shedding operational signals using the GOOSE profile from feeder IEDs (RET/REF/REM 630s and 615s and REG670). REM630/615) to the IED includes circuit breaker status and power. except for the front port connector are placed on integrated communication modules. All operational information and controls are available through these profiles. RE_615 and RE_670 and reports events to five different IEC 61850 clients (HMI/Gateways and so on) simultaneously using the MMS communication profile.

2 PCM600 and IED connectivity package version • • Protection and Control IED Manager PCM600 Ver. 3. IED-specific dispatchers for tools.1 Connectivity packages Connectivity package is a collection of software and information related to a specific protection and control terminal. It provides system products and tools to connect and interact with the IED. data format. visibility and access rights) and software components that adapt the IED-specific interfaces to the standard interfaces of system products and tools. depending on the customer needs. refer to PCM600 documentation. unit. the connectivity packages for PCM600 contain a description of IED's internal parameters and their properties (for example. Update Manager is a tool that helps in defining the right connectivity package versions for different system products and tools. setting range.1 Download connectivity packages from the ABB web site http:// www. 3.abb.6. for example. the user can perform different tasks and functions and control the whole substation.6.com/substationautomation PML630 Operation Manual 31 . For more information. The latest PCM600 and connectivity packages are backward compatible with older IED versions. In addition to other products supporting the connectivity concept. Update Manager is included in products supporting the connectivity concept.1MRS757183 A Section 3 IED Overview • • • • • Planning Engineering Commissioning Operation Functional analysis With the individual tool components. PCM600 can operate with many different topologies.2. Connectivity packages are used to create configuration structures in PCM600.1.3 or later ABB IED Connectivity Package PML630 Ver.

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As a consequence. PML630 Operation Manual 33 . The logon is also activated when attempting a password-protected operation. Settings and configuration parameters are saved without delay. Upper and lower case letters are also found by scrolling with the vertical arrows. A mechanism for limiting the number of writings per time period is included in the IED to prevent the flash memory from wearing out due to too many writings caused by the application configuration.1 Using the local HMI At delivery. that change is lost. Enter the password when prompted digit by digit and select OK. and . • • Activate the digit to be entered with Enter the character with and . for example. for example.1.1 Logging on 1. 2. logging on is not required and the user has full access until users and passwords are created with PCM600 and written into the IED. are actions requiring password when the password protection is activated. changing parameter values and resetting indications. Commands. Reading information on the LHMI is always allowed without password. setting parameter or local/remote control state changes are saved. Select the user name from the list. Press to activate the logon procedure. If the auxiliary power is interrupted before the states are saved. saving application function states may take up to an hour. 4.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI Section 4 Using the HMI 4. Do not switch off the auxiliary power supply to the IED before changes. GUID-95803B3F-E963-4312-9E1F-0642B9A6ABD5 V1 EN Figure 13: Selecting the user name 3.

If the logon fails. Manual logoff is also possible.Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-A6C9646B-1409-4EDE-8BEC-CD2E7E948A87 V2 EN Figure 14: Entering the password Passwords are case sensitive. The IED returns to a state where only reading is enabled. If there is no user created.1. select Yes and press . Press . Press to confirm the logon or to cancel the procedure. 34 PML630 Operation Manual . To confirm logoff. a message is displayed on the display. GUID-DF0BA02F-FE04-4B23-A7EB-F05E806578A5 V2 EN Figure 15: Error message indicating an incorrect password The logon dialog will open if the attempted operation requires another level of user rights.2 Logging off The user is automatically logged off after the display timeout. 1. logon is possible with the password assigned in the tool. GUID-A2426EB4-59F6-4EB2-A7D7-37D7F49341B7 V1 EN Figure 16: No user defined 4. 2. 4. Once a user is created and written into the IED. an attempt to log on causes the display to show a corresponding message.

1. It turns on at power up. Change the backlight timeout period in Main menu/Configuration/ HMI/LHMI/DisplayTimeout.3 Turning the display backlight on The display backlight is normally off. The factory default for display timeout is 60 minutes. press . The display returns to the default view and all unconfirmed operations. The user is logged out from the current user level after the display backlight has turned off.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI A071188 V2 EN Figure 17: Logging off • To cancel logoff. the backlight is switched off. for example parameter editing and breaker selection are cancelled. 4.4 Identifying the device The IED information includes detailed information about the device. 4. Select Main menu/Information/Product identifiers. If the panel has not been used for a predefined timeout period. 1. • To turn on the backlight manually. 2. press any LHMI push button.1. PML630 Operation Manual 35 . The backlight turns on and the panel is ready for further operations. Select a submenu with and . such as revision and serial number.

Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-91C3D7F8-EF80-4120-B390-12BDC7FF4816 V2 EN Figure 18: Selecting a submenu 3. • • To increase the contrast. Browse the information with and . press simultaneously and and . press simultaneously To decrease the contrast. GUID-BAB9D80C-1995-4E81-9AC7-84F63EF72515 V3 EN Figure 19: IED information 4. 4.1.5 Adjusting the display contrast Adjust the display contrast anywhere in the menu structure to obtain optimal readability. . Enter the submenu with . 36 PML630 Operation Manual .

After an auxiliary power failure. To move downwards in the menu tree.1. Select Main menu/Language and press Change the language using or . Commit the changes. To enter setting mode. press . press . press . Only English language is supported. PML630 Operation Manual 37 .7 Navigating in the menu Navigate the menus and change the display views on the screen with the keypad.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI The selected contrast value is stored in the non-volatile memory if the user is logged in and authorized to control the IED. 4. 3. 2. the contrast is restored.6 Changing the local HMI language 1. . To leave setting mode without saving. . press To move up or down in a menu. press or . press . Press to confirm the selection. To move upwards in the menu tree. 4. • • • • • • To move to the Main menu or default view. GUID-BE3A4031-AACE-4DAC-8A6B-0C96BAA1EFBC V2 EN Figure 20: Changing the LHMI language 4.1.

7. • • • • • • • • • • Control Load shed commands Events Settings Configuration Monitoring Test Information Clear Language 4. to jump from the first row to the last row.1 Menu structure 1MRS757183 A The Main menu contains main groups which are divided further into more detailed submenus. press • Press again.7. GUID-D4DBFD47-3721-4B96-826A-1C09BAB9D18E V2 EN Figure 21: Scroll bar on the right • • • To scroll the view upwards. press . To jump from the last row to the first row.1. press . To scroll the view downwards.Section 4 Using the HMI 4. 38 PML630 Operation Manual .1. a scroll bar is displayed on the right.2 Scrolling the display If a menu contains more rows than the display can show at a time.

Press the wanted function button. To repeat the action. If the button is pressed less that 0.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI Changing the default view The default view of the display is Main menu unless set otherwise. Press any function button to open the function button panel. Press the wanted function button for at least 0. no action is taken. The function buttons are configured with PCM600. The panel is also closed after pressing a function button configured for a menu shortcut.5 s. 3. The buttons are functional only when the function button panel is visible. 1. press the button again. Press to confirm the selection.1.1. . Select Main menu/Configuration/HMI/LHMI/DefaultScreen and press Change the default view with or . Press to close the function button panel. 3. 4.8 Using function buttons The function buttons can be configured either as menu shortcuts or control buttons. The menu opens immediately upon pressing the button. On the first press of a button. 1. 2. PML630 Operation Manual 39 . The action is taken once. GUID-ED0CC912-ED59-4270-A3B8-9818FFE300FD V3 EN Figure 22: Function button panel 2. the panel opens but no other action is taken. • • Press the wanted function button to jump to a certain menu item.5 s to initiate a control signal.3 4.7.

1. GUID-DB7D3D12-AFF6-4E83-B274-2E062A863A4F V3 EN Figure 23: Example of a single-line diagram 2. see PCM600 documentation. or . 1. Select Main menu/Settings/Settings and press . 2. Select Main menu/Control/Single line diagram.Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A For more information.9 Using the single-line diagram The single-line diagram is created with PCM600. Press and then to activate the setting group number selection. The single-line diagram view is displayed. To move between the single-line diagram pages. press This is required when the single-line diagram does not fit into a single display page and hence configured in multiple pages. Select the single-line diagram for the default view in Main menu/ Configuration/HMI/LHMI/DefaultScreen. 4. 40 PML630 Operation Manual .1.10 Browsing setting values 1. 4.

1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI A080004 V2 EN Figure 24: Selecting the setting group number 3. press press and . To move back to the list. and to select a setting GUID-85721410-C986-470C-81C1-6E4843B7EA6A V2 EN Figure 26: Setting alternatives in the selected setting group The content of the list depends on the pre-configuration or on the functions configured with PCM600. To browse the settings. scroll the list with . A071198 V2 EN Figure 25: Selecting a setting group 5. Press • Press or to select No and to exit. to select Yes and to view the setting group values. Press to confirm the setting group selection and to return to the Edit setting group dialog. PML630 Operation Manual 41 . 4. PML630 supports only one setting group.

Select Main menu/Settings and then a setting.Section 4 Using the HMI 4. the active value can either be increased or decreased.1.11 Editing values • To edit values. GUID-8F498131-EC1A-4349-A9D2-B8DC80D3C890 V3 EN Figure 27: Last digit is active and it can be increased or decreased 42 PML630 Operation Manual .1. When the symbol is ↓. the active value can only be decreased. log in with the appropriate user rights.11. the active value can only be increased. 1MRS757183 A 4.1 Editing numerical values 1. • • • When the symbol in front of the value is ↑. When the symbol in front of the value is ↕. The last digit of the value is active.

select the arrow symbol in front of the value. For decimal values. Press to increase or to decrease the value of an active digit. when the previous value is shown.. To select the minimum or maximum value. . press To set the value to the minimum. 0. the change can be fractions 0.) depending on the active digit. For parameters with defined steps.001 (. Press or to move the cursor to another digit.01. 4.1. or sets the value to the lower or and vice versa. the previous value can be restored by pressing once. digits smaller than the step value cannot be edited. 100 or 1000 (.) depending on the active digit. press . Another press of higher limit. One press increases or decreases the value by a certain step.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI GUID-20744752-963D-4B8E-A7AD-D41A130CC762 V1 EN Figure 28: Last digit is active and it can be increased or decreased 2. PML630 Operation Manual 43 . 0. • • To set the value to the maximum. the change is 1. After pressing . 3.. 10. For integer values... The symbol in front of the value is ↕.

Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-8F498131-EC1A-4349-A9D2-B8DC80D3C890 V3 EN Figure 29: Restoring the previous value 4. Press or to change the value of an active enumerated value. 2. GUID-FEB6D715-0CD7-426F-988E-88F842F7B66B V1 EN Figure 30: Editing enumerated values 44 PML630 Operation Manual .11. the selected value is shown inverted. When editing an enumerated value.2 Editing enumerated values 1. One press changes the enumerated value by one step in the parameter specific order. Activate the setting mode and select a setting.1.

select Cancel and press . 1. acknowledge or clear all messages and indications. Press to confirm any changes. select Yes and press 4.1. the IED restarts automatically for the changes to take effect.12 A071206 V2 EN Figure 31: Confirming settings • • To exit without saving changes. To leave the change setting mode. . To save the changes in non-volatile memory. Pressing Cancel in the Save changes dialog closes only the Save changes dialog box. 1. Most of the parameter changes take effect immediately after storing. but some parameter changes require application restart. Press to activate the Clear view. Values stored in the flash memory remain in effect after reboot as well. 4.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI Saving settings Editable values are stored in the non-volatile flash memory. All the changes applied to any setting are not lost and the user can continue to change settings. select No or Yes in the Save changes dialog.1. After changing the parameters marked with !. Press to move upwards in the menu tree or to enter the Main Menu. Press the Clear button to activate a selection menu. but the IED remains in editing mode. and select the wanted clearance or reset function. . 2. including LEDs and latched outputs as well as registers and recordings.13 Clearing and acknowledging The Clear button is used to reset. Events and alarms assigned to alarm LEDs are cleared with the Clear button. select No and press To cancel saving settings. 3. PML630 Operation Manual 45 .

or .Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-0ABBD5A6-2A37-43E7-A048-FDEE3989CBA2 V1 EN Figure 32: Clear view 2. 3. The content of the Clear menu depends on the pre-configuration or on the functions configured with PCM600..1. 2. to open the help view. 1. 46 PML630 Operation Manual .14 Using the local HMI help 1. Select the item to be cleared with Press . Repeat steps 2 and 3 to clear other items. 4. 3. Select Main menu/Settings and Press . press . To close the help. Press Scroll the text with or if the help text exceeds the display area.15 Accessing IED settings using LHMI Only the parameters under the basic level in PCM600 are available via LHMI. and press . 4.1. select OK to confirm the selection or Cancel to cancel the selection. 4.

2. To browse the settings.3. 2. scroll the list with and and to select a setting press .1. Press and then to activate the setting group number selection. Press to select Yes and to view the setting group values. PML630 Operation Manual 47 . 2. To move back to the list.2. GUID-41D12C72-A514-4179-AD18-F2E3C27BE823 V1 EN Figure 34: Settings menu Power Management Menu appears. press . Press to confirm the setting group selection and to return to the Edit setting group dialog.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI GUID-85F4AAA8-36EC-4579-A037-75A4DE031774 V1 EN Figure 33: Main menu 2.

48 PML630 Operation Manual .Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-DDE4FA5E-2739-4675-BBD0-EC1B5C6A0049 V1 EN Figure 35: Power Management menu 3. refer technical manual Power management functions section. 4. Press to browse the detailed settings of the individual entity. Press to browse the Power Management settings. GUID-7839DE4F-66F0-4FC0-BC23-6390E0C7F96A V1 EN Figure 36: Power Management settings The menu lists the settings related to: • • • • LDMMXU (1 to 6 instances for 6 load busbars) LSCACLS (1 instance for load shed core) NCBDCSWI (1 to 15 instances for 15 network circuit breakers) PWSMMXU (1 instance for network power source) For details of setting parameters.

1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI LDMMXU : Load busbar settings • Manual inhibition of the sheddable loads : Inh SL1 to Inh SL10 (Active/ Inactive) GUID-CF9E0D52-AFAC-49AD-8849-15DA0A9F0C2E V1 EN Figure 37: Load busbar settings LSCACLS : Core function settings • • • • Operation : On/Off Global load shed : Disable LS SubNetw (Yes/No) Individual subnetwork load shed : Enable LS SubNetw1 to Enable LS SubNetw4 (Yes/No) Manual load shed priority : SubNetw1 Man Prio to SubNetw4 Man Prio (1 to 19) GUID-AF6B6700-7E4F-4CE2-B29A-D0E978E2C910 V1 EN Figure 38: Load shed core settings PML630 Operation Manual 49 .

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3. Press for fast load shed clear from LSCACLS.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI GUID-2B5AAEA6-8DF3-452D-891C-64938F0B34AE V1 EN Figure 45: Clear Load Shed Menu 2. PML630 Operation Manual 53 . Press . GUID-6832157F-CAB3-4256-86A2-94FE690782F6 V1 EN Figure 46: Fast load shed clear 2. select OK to confirm the selection or Cancel to cancel the selection. and press .4.

GUID-C8A7B495-807F-4CD1-95CC-4ECB19454456 V1 EN Figure 48: Slow load shed clear 54 PML630 Operation Manual . Press for slow load shed clear from PWSMMXU.5.Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-F2678D77-4641-4B89-BFFE-2DA57B2918B3 V1 EN Figure 47: Table 15: Command Reset Load Shed Fast load shed clear from LSCACLS Fast load shed clear from LSCACLS Description Reset all load shed triggers Reset subnetwork1 Reset subnetwork2 Reset subnetwork3 Reset subnetwork4 Reset fast load shed trigger counter to zero Reset Subnetwork1 Reset Subnetwork2 Reset Subnetwork3 Reset Subnetwork4 Reset FLS Counter 2.

PML630 Operation Manual 55 . Select Main menu/Manual Load Shed Command. GUID-1B6A6D47-3B4B-4D0A-B1DE-2245999683C6 V1 EN Figure 49: Manual load shed command 2. Press for the execution.1. Manual load shed command can be executed for any of the four subnetworks.17 Executing the manual load shed command from LHMI 1.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI Table 16: Command Slow load shed clear from PWSMMXU Description Reset slow load trigger of grid transformer 1 Reset slow load trigger of grid transformer 2 Reset SlowLoad Grid1 Reset SlowLoad Grid2 4.

GUID-587B9E5D-17AD-43F5-AE23-5FC09F0D5DAA V1 EN Figure 51: Table 17: Command Manual load shed Confirmity Manual load shed commands Description Manual load shed command for subnetwork 1 Manual load shed command for subnetwork 2 Manual load shed command for subnetwork 3 Manual load shed command for subnetwork 4 Manual Shed Subnetwork 1 Manual Shed Subnetwork 2 Manual Shed Subnetwork 3 Manual Shed Subnetwork 4 56 PML630 Operation Manual .Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-B61D71BD-E61F-466A-93AF-C0A14F7194A7 V1 EN Figure 50: Manual shed subnetwork 3. Press to clear or to cancel the manual load shed command.

Enter the password. write the IED IP address to the address bar of the browser.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI Manual load shed picks up the priority from the parameter set (from PCM600/PST) and activates load shedding. 3. To enable the WHMI. 4.2 Logging out The user is logged out after a session time-out. 1. To open the WHMI. A071238 V3 EN Figure 52: Entering username and password to use the WHMI 4. select Main menu/Configuration/HMI/Web HMI/ Operation via the LHMI. both the default user ID and password is SuperUser. 1. 2. 2.2.2 Using the Web HMI WHMI is disabled by default. Enter the username.2. 4. PML630 Operation Manual 57 .1 Logging in If no users have been created with PCM600. Click OK.

click Logout on the menu bar. 58 PML630 Operation Manual .Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-92A74F55-B656-4042-AC7B-3400E534C0A6 V1 EN Figure 53: Session time-out • To log out manually.

Click Information in the WHMI menu structure. 2. Click a submenu to see the data. GUID-5FF3DFEB-44DC-4054-AD15-104BED019451 V2 EN Figure 55: Device information PML630 Operation Manual 59 .3 Identifying the device The IED information includes detailed information about the device. for example.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI GUID-B3F85C31-882B-44FF-9A7F-EAFA489D9853 V1 EN Figure 54: WHMI logout 4. revision and serial number. 1.2.

1 Menu structure The Main menu contains main groups which are divided further into more detailed submenus.5 Setting parameters in Web HMI It is recommended that advanced parameters are done by the Protection and Control engineer using the Parameter Setting tool.2. 60 PML630 Operation Manual . The Web HMI and the LHMI setting capability can be assigned to the Operator level.2.2.Section 4 Using the HMI 4. Use the menu bar to access different views. • • • • • • • • • Events Disturbance records Settings Configuration Monitoring Test Information Clear Language 4. GUID-A6F6440F-99A4-4586-8173-B7EAE11ECCA3 V2 EN Figure 56: Navigating in the WHMI menus 4. The PCM600 is not an operational tool and hence WHMI or LHMI have to be used to set essential parameters during normal IED operation.4.4 Navigating in the menu 1MRS757183 A The menu tree structure on the WHMI is almost identical to the one on the LHMI.

GUID-8F9FD0ED-E989-4774-9728-B6FEBAE15E60 V1 EN Figure 57: LDMMXU Parameter Setting LSCACLS (Contingency based load shedding) LSCACLS is the core load-shedding function and can be used from Web HMI for • • • Enable or Disable load shedding of the individual subnetwork. On or Off load shed operation. GUID-0AE0D419-0BC2-4D1A-AAE3-CB983B3528D7 V1 EN Figure 58: LSCACLS Parameter Setting PWSMMXU (Network power source) Setting of the power sources. Enable or Disable load shedding of all subnetworks together. PML630 Operation Manual 61 . generator or grid is possible.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI LDMMXU (Load busbar settings) Settings related to power unit or priority or load shedding inhibition of the individual loads can be changed from Web HMI.

Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-AFC73062-A087-4680-A02B-D12B02A9AFE2 V1 EN Figure 59: Generator web page GUID-3FA0541F-C6DC-4BEB-8666-B9DE41FCE394 V1 EN Figure 60: Grid transformer NCBDCSWI (Network circuit breaker) Network breaker settings 62 PML630 Operation Manual .

1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI GUID-69644FC2-9E3E-496E-A6CA-A8EFCDAC4574 V1 EN Figure 61: Network Breaker Settings For details of setting parameters. refer to technical manual power management functions section. PML630 Operation Manual 63 .

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3. for example. Click the menu in the WHMI tree.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI GUID-F954257F-542C-4B9D-8FEA-F70CEDDADE70 V1 EN Figure 63: Time synchronization settings 4. PML630 Operation Manual 65 . Click the submenu to see function blocks. Click Enable Write.6 Editing values 1. Click a function block to see the setting values. the IED test mode.2. 2. 4. cannot be set via the WHMI. Some parameters.

66 PML630 Operation Manual . maximum and step values for a parameter are shown in the Min. If the value is out of range. Max. and Step columns.. GUID-3B135B46-6799-4FBF-840F-A1EB4EE1E115 V2 EN Figure 65: Editing a value • If the entered value is within the accepted value range. Edit the value. The selected setting group is shown in the Setting Group drop-down list. The active setting group is indicated with an asterisk *. the row is highlighted in red and a warning dialog box is displayed. the selection is highlighted in green.Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-D8F2CDD4-4533-446E-A5F3-5FC6DC37DEB5 V2 EN Figure 64: Enable writing to edit a value 5. Setting group values are indicated with . • • The minimum.

a warning dialog box is displayed. Edit setting values. Disable Write cannot be selected. Values stored in the flash memory are in effect also after reboot. PML630 Operation Manual 67 . when a value has already been written to the IED. but not taken into use.2. click either Commit or Reject. GUID-0FBEF9BB-2374-4E5A-B4F6-210FBC302E62 V1 EN Figure 67: Warning indicating that the values were not written to the IED If writing is enabled accidentally.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI A071248 V2 EN Figure 66: Warning indicating that the entered value is incorrect • If writing values fails. The values are written into the IED. Click Write to IED. click Disable Write. 4. 2. 1. After clicking Write to IED.7 Committing settings Editable values are stored in the non-volatile flash memory.

• • Click Commit to save the values. If the values are not committed. Commit or reject new values. 68 PML630 Operation Manual . Click Reject to cancel saving the settings.Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-028255BC-B98F-43A2-83C2-292AD34078BC V1 EN Figure 68: Writing values to the IED 3. GUID-F7AE7810-B7C5-4DF3-86E5-9B15539AFCE4 V2 EN Figure 69: Committing changes Committing values takes a few seconds. The new values are saved in the non-volatile memory and taken into use. they are not taken into use and they are lost after a reboot.

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During system operation, if settings are changed in the IED, the entire set of changed parameters need to be read into PCM600. This is to maintain a backup of the last changed parameters in the IED. Failing to do so or inadvertent changing of parameters from PCM600 could result in loss of changes done from the Web HMI.

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Web HMI can be utilized for monitoring and setting read or write operations of the PML630 load management IED. • • • PML630 is accessed using the internet browser or the web browser. In the address bar enter the IP address of the PML630 IED. Authentication related to user name and password is necessary to access the IED.

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The main options shown on the web browser which appears as folders are: • • • • • Manual load shed command execution Disturbance records Settings Configuration Monitoring

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It provides information on the software and hardware versions of PML630 IED and the three LED Indications shows the status of the IED.

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72 PML630 Operation Manual .2. Manual Shed Subnetwork 1. 3. Select True from the drop-down list and click Write to IED. For example.3 Manual load shed command execution 1.8.Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-129131B9-7DD6-4F46-99E2-70381D21CF68 V1 EN Figure 72: Clear menu 4. Select the subnetwork to be shed. Select Manual Load Shed Command. 2.

Each event view page shows 100 events.2. only the drop-down list is updated.9 Selecting the event view The event view contains a list of events produced by the application configuration.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI GUID-813A545F-0CE7-4EEA-BE22-97A43F996597 V1 EN Figure 73: Manual load shed command 4. PML630 Operation Manual 73 . Click Events on the menu bar. The default view shows the latest events. The event list is updated if the event count changes while the user is viewing the latest events. 1. If the user is viewing older events while the event count changes.

GUID-301F879B-5A37-42D5-AF58-B79D0848E302 V1 EN Figure 75: COM600 Login screen Once the user successfully logs into the COM600 using valid credentials (username and password).Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-A65967F4-767D-4C0E-AE02-877CAC290F2D V1 EN Figure 74: Monitoring events 2. 74 PML630 Operation Manual . select the event range from the drop-down menu on the toolbar. To view older events.3 COM600 operational aspects for load shedding 1. Click Login after entering the Username and Password in the COM600 login screen. the screen below appears. 4. showing the substation structure and the product version information.

For example. Click the appropriate IED object corresponding to PML630. the list of subnetworks which is automatically configured using the PCM600 and connectivity package appears. For more information see Engineering manual. PML630 Operation Manual 75 .1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI GUID-E93C0BBA-90C9-4FD9-8A4D-CA2A6E6FDD2B V1 EN Figure 76: Substation structure 2. AA1J1PMLA1.

the load shedding data for that subnetwork is presented on the right side of the screen. Click one of the subnetwork displays.Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-38463B24-5777-4D10-B133-76E34F451452 V1 EN Figure 77: Substation structure 3. Subnetwork3 and Subnetwork4 do not have any information content. wherein all busbars (refer to subnetwork configuration section of display) are connected to form a single subnetwork. The following example is for Subnetwork1. All other displays including Subnetwork2. 76 PML630 Operation Manual .

1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI 2 3 4 1 5 GUID-AE1017AC-846B-4BD4-8056-15F8E5ACD1C4 V1 EN Figure 78: Subnetwork load shed information 1 Accumulated load table 2 Subnetwork power data 3 Load inhibition 4 Key SLD 5 Load shedding action data/status On operation of a circuit breaker associated with a power source. fast loadshedding module gets initiated and results in load shedding due to a shortage of power in subnetwork1. PML630 Operation Manual 77 .

• Click Ok to reset load shedding. Reset of fast load shedding is done to disable the commands after the load shed action. Click Control Panel to open the Fast Load Shedding Control dialog box which gives the status of the load shedding action. GUID-1101568E-1281-49AE-86DA-5A674D1E4D5F V1 EN Figure 80: Load shed status 5.Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-A1E9F1A6-66A9-473E-8BB1-83DFC94C0000 V1 EN Figure 79: Power shortage 4. Click the Reset subnetwork button. 78 PML630 Operation Manual . another dialog box opens up.

after required event treatment configuration in SAB600. PML630 Operation Manual 79 . GUID-83EF7CC3-C895-41C9-82D7-B868FAAB9568 V1 EN Figure 81: Manual load shed 6. the slow load shedding dialog box is accessed from the substation SLD display. manual load shedding is done from the Fast Load Shedding Control dialog box. • Click Manual loadshed.1MRS757183 A Section 4 Using the HMI All alarms and events can be checked in the Alarms and Events page. Click the button adjacent to the grid transformers.

Click the Single Line Diagram link to open the substation SLD display. IDMT Time and the Elapsed time. 7. as set from PST (and read over IEC 61850 MMS).Section 4 Using the HMI 1MRS757183 A GUID-3731FF43-5073-4E0A-845A-45462A5AFA34 V1 EN Figure 82: Slow load shedding control The Slow Load Shedding Control dialog box provides the information about. Maximum demand parameters like maximum power Max Power and Maximum Demand Interval. • • Overload load shed related IDMT data like maximum current I (max). The SLD shown below is representational only and the main purpose is to explain the PML630 specific information in the general SLD display. 80 PML630 Operation Manual .

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1 IED settings for IED functionality Function settings can be edited one by one by navigating to the individual setting values. see PCM600 documentation. 5.1 Normal operation In a normal IED use situation. Document all changes to parameter settings. • • • Checking object states Checking function setting parameters Checking events and alarms All basic operations can be performed via the LHMI or with PCM600. PML630 Operation Manual 83 . The IED's settings need to be verified before the IED is connected to a system. see PCM600 documentation. Setting parameters need to be calculated according to the electrical network operating conditions and configuration. for example via the LHMI. For more information.1MRS757183 A Section 5 IED operation Section 5 IED operation 5.2 IED parametrization IED parameters are set via the LHMI or PCM600. the basic operation includes monitoring and checking procedures. 5. For more information.2.

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Press to open a dialog box that shows more detailed information about the selected alarm. 2. • An auto-indicating message on the display. Press Press or to move between active alarms in the page. 3. 6.1 Monitoring alarm data Active alarms are indicated by the alarm LEDs and the LED in the Multipage button. The alarms are configured with PCM600.1.1 6. or press to switch between the three alarm pages.1. PML630 Operation Manual 85 . The alarm type and information depend on the application configuration.1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures Section 6 Operating procedures 6.1 Monitoring Indications The operation of the IED can be monitored via three different indications on the LHMI. to open the alarm view. via WHMI and via LHMI. Start and Trip 15 programmable three-color alarm LEDs which can present 45 virtual LED states • For each On state LED color and for the LED Off state.1. 1. These texts are displayed on the LHMI. texts can be programmed with PCM600. • • Three indicator LEDs with fixed functionality: Ready.

2 Monitoring an internal IED fault The flashing green LED indicates an internal IED fault. or to scroll the view. 5. The fault messages are found in the LHMI menu.1. 6. Select Main menu/Monitoring/Internal events or IED status to monitor the latest fault indication. to close the alarm view. Press 86 PML630 Operation Manual .Section 6 Operating procedures 1MRS757183 A GUID-8E4D4643-7322-40EF-975C-EB2CF8D76256 V1 EN Figure 84: Alarm details 4. 2. to activate the Clear view and to clear alarms.1. Press Press Press or to close the dialog box. 1.

1.4 Monitoring the IED using the local HMI 1. leave the Internal events menu and then select it again.1. PML630 Operation Manual 87 . To update the list.3 Monitoring condition monitoring data 1. 2. 6. With PCM600 the user can map output signals from condition monitoring related function blocks to the appropriate destinations. 6. Select Main menu/Monitoring/I/O status/Monitoring.1.1.1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures GUID-A217B75F-4252-4778-A7C4-644C64A0DBB0 V2 EN Figure 85: Fault indication The internal event list is not updated dynamically. Select Main menu/Monitoring and Press . Press or to scroll the view.

Press to browse the Power Management menu. Press to browse the I/O status.Section 6 Operating procedures 1MRS757183 A GUID-D9C38181-7821-445B-907E-757FE77B2900 V1 EN Figure 86: Main menu 2. 88 PML630 Operation Manual . GUID-3ACAEB6A-4587-4E7F-83B4-6344C6ADE47D V1 EN Figure 87: I/O status menu 3.

1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures GUID-C2968951-8F18-443D-A29B-4448732BF466 V1 EN Figure 88: Power Management menu Binary input and output modules menu are not used for the loadshedding application in PML630. GUID-7C055A32-595B-40CA-B5D6-B96D963F6B3E V1 EN Figure 89: Power Management menu The menu lists the monitoring of inputs and outputs of the function blocks: • • • LDMMXU (Load busbar monitoring ) LSPTRC (Load shed command status for individual loads) LSCACLS (Core function LSCACLS monitoring) PML630 Operation Manual 89 .

Section 6 Operating procedures 1MRS757183 A • • • 4. 4.1. Press and to scroll the list. NCBDCSWI (Network circuit breaker monitoring) PWSMMXU (Power source feeders monitoring) SNWRCLS (Subnetwork status monitoring) for navigating into monitoring of all the above functions from the Press Power Management menu. LDMMXU Inputs GUID-05DCCC6F-057E-48B0-B39E-C633AA2A489D V1 EN Figure 90: LDMMXU Inputs GUID-40E2A3D7-6607-4955-AAD9-FBBE0495D00A V1 EN 90 PML630 Operation Manual .

1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures GUID-3E84D6D8-B0BC-4087-B541-2E0FC1878BD2 V1 EN GUID-A0592CEA-487C-4F15-8689-70A563740BB1 V1 EN Figure 91: Table 18: Signal CB_POS_SL1 to CB_POS_SL10 IEDQVAL_SL1 to IEDQVAL_SL10 LDMMXU Inputs LDMMXU Inputs Description Network circuit breakers Quality of IED Test mode of IED Communication of IED Status/Value Close/Open/Intermediate/ Invalid Good/Bad Normal/Test Good/Bad TSTMODE_SL1 to TSTMODE_SL10 COM_IED_SL1 to COM_IED_SL10 PML630 Operation Manual 91 .

Section 6 Operating procedures LDMMXU Outputs 1MRS757183 A GUID-39D915FA-4A93-4DD2-9B56-7FC6B90160BC V1 EN GUID-2F44EA55-A02D-4847-8058-4607D5DAFDD1 V1 EN 92 PML630 Operation Manual .

1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures GUID-19D21578-B313-4F18-B01D-B4FEEEC55E31 V1 EN Figure 92: Table 19: Signal LDMMXU Outputs LDMMXU Outputs Description Active delay power of sheddable loads Compensated status of circuit breaker Inhibit status of sheddable load Combined shed priority for loads 1 to 5 Combined shed priority for loads 6 to 10 Sheddable load priority Compensated circuit breaker signal indication position Open/Close Status/Value depends on setting Power unit SL1 to Power unit SL10 Close / Open Not Inhibit/Operator Inhibit/ System Inhibit P_SHED_L1 to P_SHED_L10 (W/ KW/MW) CB_STS_L1 to CB_STS_L10 INBT_STS_L1 to INBT_STS_L10 PRIO_L1_5 PRIO_L5_10 PRIO_SHD_L1 to PRIO_SHD_L10 (1 to 19) CBPOSIND_L1 to L10 PML630 Operation Manual 93 .

Section 6 Operating procedures LSPTRC Inputs 1MRS757183 A GUID-CB59BE1B-4FA9-4918-9A25-8393C84B2A84 V1 EN Figure 93: Table 20: Signal LBB_OPR_CMD LSPTRC Inputs LSPTRC Inputs Description All load busbar operate command LSPTRC Outputs GUID-E6B0336B-FF8A-44A5-B0D9-0E57FD5CB6A2 V1 EN Figure 94: LSPTRC Outputs 94 PML630 Operation Manual .

1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures Table 21: Signal LSPTRC Outputs Description Operate command for the sheddable loads Status/Value Reset/Operate OPR_SL1 to OPR_Sl10 LSCACLS Inputs GUID-A469A328-E522-4753-A4CE-2C6E69F14F24 V1 EN Figure 95: Table 22: Signal RESET LSCACLS Inputs LSCACLS Inputs Description Signal reset all the sheddable load triggers Signal to reset individual subnetwork Reset fast load shed trigger counter External load shed trigger Manual load shed command for individual subnetwork Block fast load shedding Active/Inactive Status/Value RESET_SN1 to RESET_SN4 RESET_CNT EXT_LS_TRG MAN_SHD_SN1 to MAN_SHD_SN4 BLOCK PML630 Operation Manual 95 .

Section 6 Operating procedures LSCACLS Outputs 1MRS757183 A GUID-35C1B93D-BC61-4A2C-B341-DF7C3F3E9170 V1 EN GUID-7579FEDF-5C2C-4328-BD56-3374A846A1CA V1 EN Figure 96: Table 23: Signal LS_OPR FLS_OPR LS_START FLS_START LSCACLS Outputs LSCACLS Outputs Description Load shed operate due to fast load shed or slow load shed Load shed operate due to fast load shed Load shed started Fast load shed started combined signal of all the sheddable load information of respective busbar Status/value Operate/Reset Operate/Reset Yes/No Yes/No OPR_BB1 to OPR_BB6 Table continues on next page 96 PML630 Operation Manual .

1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures Signal CB1_SN_No to CB15_SN_NO PS1_SN_NO to PS8_SN_NO BB1_SN_NO to BB6_SN_NO LS_OPR_SN1 to LS_OPR_SN4 ACTIVE_SN1 to ACTIVE_SN4 Description Subnetwork number of network breakers Subnetwork number of power sources Subnetwork number of load busbars Load shed operate for individual subnetworks Status of individual subnetworks Operate/Reset Active/Inactive Status/value NCBDCSWI Inputs GUID-86147CA5-8EBF-4331-A7C6-5A80A34059A3 V1 EN Figure 97: Table 24: Signal NCBDCSWI Inputs NCBDCSWI Inputs Description Sending and receiving end network breaker power Sending end receiving network breaker position Sending and receiving end network breaker service position Sending and receiving end network breaker lockout position Close/Open/Intermediate/ Invalid Test/Service Normal/Lockout Status/Value SND_CB_POW and RCV_CB_POW SND_CB_POS and RCV_CB_POS SND_CB_SER and RCV_CB_SER SND_CB_LO and RCV_CB_LO Table continues on next page PML630 Operation Manual 97 .

Section 6 Operating procedures Signal SND_IED_QVAL and RCV_IED_QVAL SND_IED_TEST and RCV_IED_TEST SND_IED_COM and RCV_IED_COM Description Sending and receiving end quality of network breaker IED Sending and receiving end test mode of network breaker IED Sending and receiving end communication of network breaker IED Status/Value Good/Bad Normal/Test Good/Bad 1MRS757183 A NCBDCSWI Outputs GUID-71DBAD37-FD7A-42A3-A70F-34B9D3848617 V1 EN Figure 98: Table 25: Signal CB_POS_IND NCBDCSWI Outputs NCBDCSWI Outputs Description Network breaker position signal indication Network breaker delay power Status/Value Close/Open CRIT_CB_POW (W/KW/MW) (based on the setting send CB pow unit and Receive CB pow unit) COMP_CB_POS CRIT_CB_DATA Network breaker compensated position Network breaker data Close/Open 98 PML630 Operation Manual .

1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures PWSMMXU Inputs GUID-3DE617D3-173A-488B-AAFD-A3DF7A400035 V1 EN GUID-AF09EEA7-8D59-4E95-8F28-0C28A115D345 V1 EN PML630 Operation Manual 99 .

Section 6 Operating procedures 1MRS757183 A GUID-826F114B-35EA-4C8F-A8C0-367DF4D9F40A V1 EN GUID-5A53CEF7-6859-46A7-A3BE-D6DFB48860DD V1 EN 100 PML630 Operation Manual .

CB_LO_GRD2 and CB_LO_GEN1 to CB_LO_GEN6 COM_IED_GRD1.CB_SER_GR D2 and CB_SER_GEN1 to CB_SER_GEN6 TSTMODE_GRD1. IEDQVAL_GRD2 and IEDQVAL_GEN1 to IEDQVAL_GEN6 CB_SER_GRD1.1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures GUID-F04E19B4-6D77-4074-95EE-9211C634F5B4 V1 EN Figure 99: Table 26: Signal PWSMMXU Inputs PWSMMXU Inputs Description RMS value of currents of individual phases of 2 grids Active power of individual sources CB position of individual sources Close/Open/Intermediate/ Invalid Status/Value IL1_GRD1. POW_GRD2 and POW_GEN1 to POW_GEN6 CB_POS_GRD1. CB_POS_GRD2 and CB_POS_GEN1 to CB_POS_GEN6 CB_LO_GRD1. IL2_GRD1. IL3_GRD1.COM_IED_G RD2 and COM_IED_GEN1 to COM_IED_GEN6 IEDQVAL_GRD1.IL1_GRD2.TSTMODE_ GRD2 and TSTMODE_GEN1 to TSTMODE_GEN6 Table continues on next page CB lockout position of individual sources IED Communication of individual sources IED Quality of individual sources Normal/Test Good/Bad Good/Bad Service position of individual sources Test mode of individual sources Test/Service Normal/Test PML630 Operation Manual 101 .IL2_GRD 2 and IL3_GRD2 POW_GRD1.

Section 6 Operating procedures Signal SL_BLOCK SL_BLK_GRD1 and SL_BLK_GRD2 RST_SL_GRD1 and RST_SL_GRD2 Description Slow load shed block of 2 grids Slow load shed block individual grids Reset slow load shed individual grid Status/Value Active/Inactive Active/Inactive 1MRS757183 A PWSMMXU Outputs GUID-38483544-BD30-4A27-91F3-60139024B285 V1 EN GUID-59E50821-062E-4D18-9CA8-5907DEB57B0F V1 EN 102 PML630 Operation Manual .

1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures GUID-A4C88C97-684C-4270-BB53-3E39BDF99592 V1 EN GUID-144AB22D-C4E5-4497-805B-AF1A5347CA8B V1 EN PML630 Operation Manual 103 .

Section 6 Operating procedures 1MRS757183 A GUID-A7ABCD28-185D-4B70-A6C8-6E12A1B5E395 V1 EN Figure 100: Table 27: Signal PWSMMXU Outputs PWSMMXU Outputs Description Active delay power of individual sources Status/Value ACTPOW_GRD1. ACTPOW_GRD2 and ACTPOW_GEN1 to ACTPOW_GEN6 (W/KW/MW) (Based on setting Power unit)Active delay power of individual sources CB_IND_GRD1.CB_IND_GRD2 and CB_IND_GEN1 to CB_IND_GEN6 IDMTEXP_GRD1 and IDMTEXP_GRD2 ST_IMAX_GRD1 and ST_IMAX_GRD2 MAX_DEM_GRD1 and MAX_DEM_GRD2 POW_SLT_GRD1 and POW_SLT_GRD2 PICKUP_GRD1 and PICKUP_GRD2 T_INT_GRD1 and T_INT_GRD2 IDMT multiplier of grids SLS_EN_GRD1 and SLS_EN_GRD2 OLS_OPR_GRD1 and OLS_OPR_GRD2 Table continues on next page Position indication of CB of individual sources IDMT exponent of grids Over load shed initiated for grids Maximum power demand of grids Maximum power delivered when slow load shed is initiated Pickup of grids Time interval for demand value of grids T_MUL_GRD1 and T_MUL_GRD2 Enable signal for slow load shed trigger for grids Over load shed operated of grids Open/Close Yes/No Operate/Reset 104 PML630 Operation Manual .

1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures Signal MAX_I_GRD1 and MAX_I_GRD2 SLS_OP_GRD1 and SLS_OP_GRD2 SLOW_ST_GRD1 and SLOW_ST_GRD2 FLS_TRG AVA_POW_GRD1.AVA_POW_ GRD2 and AVA_POW_GEN1 to AVA_POW_GEN6 BLK_LOADBB1 to BLK_LOADBB4 GOV_MOD_GEN1 to GOV_MOD_GEN6 DATA_PS PS_LBB_NO SLS_BLK_GRD1 and SLS_BLK_GRD2 CON_SLOW_STS ETIME_GRD1 and ETIME_GRD2 ERRIDMT_GRD1 and ERRIDMT_GRD2 MD_OPR_GRD1 and MD_OPR_GRD2 EN_MAXD_GRD1 and EN_MAXD_GRD2 Description Maximum current of grids Indication of slow load shed trigger Slow load shedding start of grids The FLS trigger form all the sources Available power of individual sources Block for individual load busbar Governor mode of Generators Active/Inactive Droop/MW/ISO/ P-Control / Optimize / Base load /Peak load/ Spare Active/Inactive Status/Value All the boolean information of all the sources Sources are connected to which load busbar Slow load shed trigger blocked for grids Configuration of grids Elapsed time of grids Error signal of invalid operating mode of IDMT Maximum demand operated of grids Maximum demand shedding enabled Yes/No Operate/Reset Yes/No Active/Inactive PML630 Operation Manual 105 .

Section 6 Operating procedures SNWRCLS Inputs 1MRS757183 A GUID-A3AE5B0F-D6F3-4CAD-B59F-0D425A81929E V1 EN Figure 101: SNWRCLS Inputs SNWRCLS Outputs GUID-3B8D5B33-05A9-4892-8FB0-4D35AFC331CA V1 EN 106 PML630 Operation Manual .

outputs and parameters are explained breifly in the Technical manual. PML630 Operation Manual 107 .1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures GUID-B9C43581-4748-4DCC-A445-8A4C6C9C19E9 V1 EN Figure 102: Table 28: Signal SN_FLS_BLK SLOW_LS_BLK LS_MOD_INFO LS_OPR_STS SNWRCLS Outputs SNWRCLS Outputs Description Fast load shed block Slow load shed block Load shed enable Load shed operator status Status/Value Active/Inactive Active/Inactive Enable/Disable (Not Operate/Fast Loadshed Operate/ Manual Loadshed Operate) SN_SHED_PRIO (1 to 19) SN_AVA_POW SN_LOAD LOD_IMBAL LOD_INBT_SYS LOD_INBT_OPR LOD_MISMATCH SN_TOT_SL CUM_LOD_PR1 to CUM_LOD_PR19 DIF_MUSTACTU MUST_SHD ACTU_SHD Subnetwork shed priority Total available power Total load in subnetwork Load imbalance Load inhibited by the system Load inhibited by the operator Total load mismatch Total amount of sheddable load Cumulative load priority Difference between must be load shed and actual load shed Must be load shed Actual load shed All the function inputs.

These latched output signals can be reset through the operator command inputs. The commands can also be reset using WHMI feature. to activate the Clear view. Events and alarms assigned to alarm LEDs can also be cleared with the Clear button. GUID-34290F91-75A3-4DB0-AD5D-0A657EEE098F V3 EN Figure 103: Clear view 108 PML630 Operation Manual . including LEDs and latched outputs as well as registers and recordings. 6. Pressing the Clear button activates a view for selecting the reset function. acknowledge or clear all messages and indications. the outputs are latched.Section 6 Operating procedures 1MRS757183 A 6. Press All the items that can be cleared are shown.1 Resetting the IED Clearing and acknowledging via the local HMI Use the Clear button to reset.3. 1.2 Controlling The power management load shedding functionality can be controlled through the LHMI using the following controls • • • • Command to manually shed loads of a certain priority Command to reset individual subnetwork Command to reset all sub networks Command to reset slow load shedding When a load shed command is sent to the sheddable loads.3 6.

4 6.4. Press . select OK to confirm the selection or Cancel to cancel the selection. repeat the steps. The content of the Clear menu depends on the pre-configuration or on the functions configured with PCM600. To clear other items. 6.1 Changing the IED functionality or behaviour Setting the IED into test mode Initially the IED is in On mode. 4. GUID-1D9A97DA-3182-46A1-B398-65FCE5F6C3D0 V1 EN Figure 104: IED test mode menu 1. Activate the load shed core (LSCACLS) and slow load shed functions by selecting the IED Test mode. 3.1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures 2. Select the item to be cleared with or . PML630 Operation Manual 109 .

GUID-1581FB09-BD83-4872-9F72-5885939D897F V1 EN Figure 106: Load shed core function mode 110 PML630 Operation Manual . when the IED is in operation mode (ON).Section 6 Operating procedures 1MRS757183 A GUID-AC886E04-659F-4A5C-9E5A-C7F384085E25 V1 EN Figure 105: Load shed functionality test modes By default. load shed functions are not blocked.

Mode value as 3.1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures GUID-8C8B4F13-6D71-4BDE-BE75-48CFB1A4DB3F V1 EN Figure 107: Slow load shed core function mode 2. Set the IED into Test mode from the local HMI. the entire load shed functions (fast load shed. PML630 Operation Manual 111 . Automatically. slow load shed and manual load shed) are set to Blocked mode. GUID-C4239A54-7F36-43E0-8F18-A3F31EAD1D03 V1 EN Figure 108: Test mode The Test mode is reflected in the IEC 61850 LN0.

112 PML630 Operation Manual . It also sets the IEC 61850 Quality information’s (bit 11) for all data emanating (GOOSE/MMS) from the IED. The SN_FLS_BLK output is in active state.Beh (reflecting IED behaviour and functionality mode) is set to 4 by the IED’s IEC 61850 communication stack. that is.Section 6 Operating procedures 1MRS757183 A GUID-51FB1412-F248-4C4C-9363-FFFC858263B9 V1 EN Figure 109: Load shed core functionality blocked GUID-48A53700-3922-4A5B-BE86-5C4F878325FC V1 EN Figure 110: Slow load shed functionality blocked The overall IEC 61850 LN0. the IED is in (TEST+BLOCKED) mode. This is verified at the SNWRCLS output for each subnetwork.

2 Browsing and editing setting group values 1. Setting group 1 is the default setting group to be edited.1MRS757183 A Section 6 Operating procedures GUID-8604004A-AD6E-4F6E-BEC6-16DD2C77D215 V1 EN Figure 111: Blocked status of load shed functionality GUID-02AF1708-7AB6-485A-95E7-49A16C6EB6EC V1 EN Figure 112: Blocked status of slow load shed functionality 3.4. 6. Select Main menu/Settings/Settings and press . PML630 Operation Manual 113 . Block the load shed functions from the LHMI to change the SN_FLS_BLK output and other block outputs to inactive state.

3. 114 PML630 Operation Manual . The current setting group is displayed on the left in the header. 5. Select the wanted setting group with or and press . GUID-EFA31026-0E80-47D4-BFCF-07662203C6BA V1 EN Figure 114: Changing the setting group 4.Section 6 Operating procedures 1MRS757183 A GUID-18FBF69F-7F45-4861-A3D4-86C7474DC6B9 V2 EN Figure 113: Selecting a setting group for editing 2. Press on the Setting group line in the dialog box to activate selection mode. Select the application function category in the list with or . and press to see the function blocks in that category. Select Yes in the dialog. and press to continue. Categories available in the list depend on the pre-configuration or on the functions configured with PCM600.

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To browse the function blocks, scroll the list with and . Function blocks available depend on the application configuration. To move back to the list, press . 9. To select a function block, press . The # character on the right indicates that the parameter belongs to a setting group. 10. To edit the selected setting, press . • • In case of a parameter that is not part of a setting group, the parameter is activated for editing. In case of a setting group parameter, the editing dialog shows the value of the setting in all available setting groups, but the user can edit only the value in the selected setting group. The active setting group is marked with an asterisk *.

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Changing the setting value

11. Press or to change the value. 12. Confirm the change with .

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To activate the LEDs, they must be configured with PCM600. 1. Select Main Menu/Configuration/Alarm LEDs and press .

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Select an alarm group with or and press . 4. 118 PML630 Operation Manual . see PCM600 documentation. For more information. Press to confirm the selection and to change the Alarm LED mode. 5.Section 6 Operating procedures 1MRS757183 A GUID-42608BC0-A7E9-4DBA-8368-D864F0FB34D6 V2 EN Figure 119: Alarm groups 2. Select an Alarm LED with or . Press or to change the value and to confirm the selection. 3.

• • Check the IEC61850 communication status in internal event list in Main menu/Monitoring/Internal events. Check the error origin from IED's internal event list Main menu/Monitoring/ Internal events. contact ABB for corrective actions. If you can find some obvious physical damage. 7.1 7. PML630 Operation Manual 119 . contact ABB for repair or replacement actions. Check the module with an error. 2. In case of persistent faults originating from IED's internal faults such as component breakdown.1.1 Fault tracing Identifying hardware errors 1. • • • 7. Check the general IED status in Main menu/Monitoring/IED status for a faulty hardware module. Check the history of changes in internal event list in Main menu/ Monitoring/Internal events. Inspect the IED visually. If the problem remains. • • 2. Reboot the IED and recheck the supervision events to see if the fault has cleared. contact ABB for repair or replacement actions. Remove the wiring from the IED and test the input and output operation with an external test device.1. • • 3. Inspect the IED visually to find any physical error causes.3 Identifying communication errors Communication errors are normally communication interruptions or synchronization message errors due to communication link breakdown. In case of persistent faults.1. contact ABB for repair or replacement actions. Check that the error is not caused by external origins.1MRS757183 A Section 7 Troubleshooting Section 7 Troubleshooting 7.2 Identifying runtime errors 1. Check whether the error is external or internal. 3.

Check the communication status of the front port via the LHMI in Main menu/Monitoring/Ethernet/Front port. Check the front communication port RJ-45. Check that the LINKUP value is 1. First check that all communication ports that are used for communication are turned on.1. The port is used for direct electrical communication to a PC connected via a crossed-over Ethernet cable. the communication is working. 1. there is no communication link. Check the communication status of the rear port X0 via the LHMI in Main menu/Monitoring/Ethernet/LAN1. 2. This communication port is an alternative to the front communication port. The Time synch value is Ready when the synchronization is in order. • • Select Main menu/Test/LED test. When the value is 0. Otherwise the value is always Ready. either use the push buttons or start the test via the menu. 7. Press or simultaneously and .1.3. When the value is 0.2. there is no communication link. The X1 communication port on the rear side of the IED is for optical Ethernet via LC connector or electrical via RJ-45 connector of the IEC 61850-8-1 station bus communication.1.1 Checking the communication link operation 1MRS757183 A There are several different communication links on the product. 1.Section 7 Troubleshooting 7. 120 PML630 Operation Manual .2 Checking the time synchronization • Select Main menu/Monitoring/IED status and check the status of the time synchronization on Time Synch. • 3. • Check that the LINKUP value is 1. When the value is 0. there is no communication link. Check the communication status of the rear port X1 via the LHMI in Main menu/Monitoring/Ethernet/LAN1.4 Running the display test To run the display test.3. that is. 1. Check that the uplink LED is lit with a steady green light. Check that the LINKUP value is 1. the communication is working.1. Note that the time synchronization source has to be activated. The uplink LED is located on the LHMI above the RJ-45 communication port on the left. the communication is working. that is. The X0 communication port on the rear side of the IED is for electrical communication to a PC connected via a crossed-over Ethernet cable. that is. 7.

1MRS757183 A Section 7 Troubleshooting All the LEDs are tested by turning them on simultaneously. time. A COM card error has occurred. description and signal state for the fault. A PSM card error has occurred. The IED continues to perform internal tests during the fault situation. The list is updated by leaving the Internal events menu and then selecting it again.2. The display shows a set of patterns so that all the pixels are activated. One or more of the application threads are not working properly.2 7. One or more of the application threads are not in an expected state. The instance number is displayed at the end of the fault indication. The instance number is displayed at the end of the fault indication. The current status of the internal fault signals can also be checked via the LHMI in Main menu/Monitoring/IED status. A file system error has occurred. Table 29: Fault indication Internal Fault Real Time Clock Error Internal Fault Runtime Exec. the display returns to normal state. This signal will be activated when the terminal has been under too heavy load for at least 5 minutes. A TRM card error has occurred. The internal event list is not updated dynamically. the fault indication message is to be recorded and stated when ordering service. PML630 Operation Manual 121 . After the test. The instance number is displayed at the end of the fault indication. Error Internal Fault SW Watchdog Error Internal Fault Runtime App Error Internal Fault File System Error Internal Fault TRM-Error Internal Fault COM-Error Internal Fault PSM-Error Internal fault indications Additional information Hardware error with the real time clock. the message associated with the fault is found in the internal event list in the LHMI menu Main menu/Monitoring/Internal events. When a fault appears. After the fault is found to be permanent.1 Indication messages Internal faults When the Ready LED indicates an internal fault by flashing. The message includes the date. 7. Different actions are taken depending on the severity of the fault. the IED stays in internal fault mode.

1 Correction procedures Resetting the configuration The configuration is reset with PCM600.2 Warnings 1MRS757183 A The warning message associated with the fault is found in the internal event list in the LHMI menu Main menu/Monitoring/Internal events. Table 31: Warning indication Time Synch Error BATTERY1 Error Settings Changed Additional indications Additional information Source of the time synchronization is lost or time system has made a time reset. 7. description and signal state for the fault. record the fault indication message and state it when ordering service. For more information. The current status of the internal fault signals can also be checked via the LHMI in Main menu/Monitoring/ IED status.3 7. 122 PML630 Operation Manual . When a fault appears. Auxiliary power is disconnected. time. The signal status data is found under the IED status and in the internal event list.3 Additional indications The additional indication messages do not activate internal fault or warning. see PCM600 documentation. Table 30: Warning indication Warning IEC 61850 Error Warning indications Additional information IEC 61850 has not succeeded in some actions such as reading the configuration file.3.2 Changing and setting the password The password can only be set with PCM600. Settings have been changed. The messages are listed in the LHMI menu under the event list. The message includes the date. startup etc.Section 7 Troubleshooting 7.2.3.2. 7. 7.

Check the mode. Check the blocking.3 Identifying IED application problems Navigate to the appropriate menu in the LHMI to identify possible problems. PML630 Operation Manual 123 . • • • Check that the function is on.3. 7.1MRS757183 A Section 7 Troubleshooting For more information. see PCM600 documentation.

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Metering management system Personal computer. Inter-Range Instrumentation Group's time code format B Local area network Connector type for glass fibre cable Liquid crystal polymer Light-emitting diode Local human-machine interface Manufacturing message specification. Each server connected to the Internet is assigned a unique IP address that specifies the location for the TCP/ IP protocol. Polycarbonate Protection and Control IED Manager Galvanic connector type Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment Simple Network Time Protocol Wide area network Web human-machine interface IRIG-B LAN LC LCP LED LHMI MMS PC PCM600 RJ-45 RoHS SNTP WAN WHMI PML630 Operation Manual 125 . separated by periods.1MRS757183 A Section 8 Glossary Section 8 Glossary DHCP EMC HMI IEC IEC 61850 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Electromagnetic compatibility Human-machine interface International Electrotechnical Commission International standard for substation communication and modeling IEC 61850-8-1 A communication protocol based on the IEC 61850 standard series IED IP address Intelligent electronic device A set of four numbers between 0 and 255.

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