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TYPICAL CONTROL / SUPERVISION

CIRCUITS

By
Y. k. Pandharipande.

TYPICAL CONTROL / SUPERVISION CIRCUITS TYPICAL CONTROL PANEL LAY OUT (FRONT VIEW) .

TYPICAL CONTROL / SUPERVISION CIRCUITS TYPICAL CIRCUIT ARRANGEMENT / MIMIC .

TYPICAL CONTROL / SUPERVISION CIRCUITS LOCAL/REMOTE CONTROL & PROTECTION TRIP CKT .

T/C – CB Close /Trip Coil .TYPICAL CONTROL / SUPERVISION CIRCUITS ANTI-PUMPING CIRCUIT FOR BREAKER APR – Anti-pumping Relay. Remote Control Switch. C/C. PR – Protection Relay Contact CS – C.B.

TYPICAL CONTROL / SUPERVISION CIRCUITS .

TYPICAL CONTROL / SUPERVISION CIRCUITS .

TYPICAL CONTROL / SUPERVISION CIRCUITS METERING CIRCUITS (TYPICAL) .

 “C” Element is provided with delay on drop off to prevent false alarms on mommentary dip in DC Voltage. .TYPICAL CONTROL / SUPERVISION CIRCUITS TRIP CIRCUIT SUPERVISION  “A” Coil provides post close supervision while A & B Coil provide pre-close supervision.

.  High Speed operation. M – Metering Burden R – Fuse Failure relay  Detects only secondary fuse failure.TYPICAL CONTROL / SUPERVISION CIRCUITS VT FUSE SUPERVISION P – Protection Burden. Used to monitor VT supply to Distance relay to block tripping & sound alarm on VT Fuse Failure.

TYPICAL CONTROL / SUPERVISION CIRCUITS VT SUPERVISION USING VOLTAGE BALANCE SCHEME  Relay operates on unbalance voltage detection. . & Secondary fuses using 2 out of 2 logic.  Monitors Prim.