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SACE PR010/T Test Unit Annex

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1. Indications on the functions of the SACE PR010/T unit (SW 7.2 version) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 SACE PR212/P protection release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 2.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

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3.

SACE PR212/MP protection release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10


3.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 3.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

4.

SACE PR222DS protection release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13


4.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 4.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

5.

SACE PR222MP protection release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16


5.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 5.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

6.

SACE PR223EF protection release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20


6.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 6.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

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SACE PR111/P protection release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23


7.1 Default setting for automatic PR111/P testing . . . . . . . . 23 7.2 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 7.3 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

8.

SACE PR111/P-A protection release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24


8.1 Default setting for automatic PR111/P-A testing . . . . . . 25 8.2 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 8.3 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

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SACE PR112/P and SACE PR112/PD protection releases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26


9.1 Version with key (last letter in serial number A-D) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 9.2 Version without key (last letter in serial number M-Z) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 9.3 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 9.4 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

10. SACE PR112/P-A and SACE PR112/PD-A protection releases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29


10.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 10.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

11. SACE PR113/P and SACE PR113/PD protection releases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32


11.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 11.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

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12. SACE PR113/P-A and SACE PR113/PD-A protection releases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35


12.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 12.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

13. SACE PR121/P protection release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37


13.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 13.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 13.3 Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
13.3.1 Automatic test of the PR121/P release . . . . . . . . . . . 40 13.3.2 Manual test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 13.3.3 Trip test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

13.4 Measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 13.5 History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 13.6 Configurations/parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42


13.6.1 Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 13.6.2 Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

13.7 Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 13.8 Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

14. SACE PR122/P protection release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47


14.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 14.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 14.3 Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
14.3.1 14.3.2 14.3.3 14.3.4 14.3.5 14.3.6 14.3.7 14.3.8 Automatic test of the PR122/P release . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Manual test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Trip test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Sign. mod. autotest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Force S ZS output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Force G ZS output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Release ZS output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Rc Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

14.4 Measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

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14.5 History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 14.6 Configurations/parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55


14.6.1 Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 14.6.2 Local bus unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 14.6.3 Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

14.7 Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 14.8 Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

15. SACE PR123/P protection release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60


15.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 15.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 15.3 Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
15.3.1 15.3.2 15.3.3 15.3.4 15.3.5 15.3.6 15.3.7 15.3.8 Automatic test of the PR123/P release . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Manual test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Trip test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Sign. mod. autotest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Force S ZS output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Force G ZS output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Release ZS output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Rc Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66

15.4 Measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 15.5 History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 15.6 Configurations/parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68


15.6.1 Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 15.6.2 Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

15.7 Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 15.8 Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

16. SACE PR331/P protection release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74


16.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 16.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 16.3 Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
16.3.1 Automatic test of the PR331/P release . . . . . . . . . . . 76

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16.3.2 Manual test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 16.3.3 Trip test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 16.3.4 Contact P1 autotest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77

16.4 Measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 16.5 History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 16.6 Configurations/parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78


16.6.1 Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 16.6.2 Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81

16.7 Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 16.8 Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84

17. SACE PR332/P protection release . . . . . . . . . . . 84


17.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 17.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 17.3 Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
17.3.1 17.3.2 17.3.3 17.3.4 17.3.5 17.3.6 17.3.7 17.3.8 Automatic test of the PR332/P release . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Manual test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Trip test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Contact P1 autotest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Force S ZS output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Force G ZS output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Release ZS output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Rc Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91

17.4 Measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 17.5 History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 17.6 Configurations/parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92


17.6.1 Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 17.6.2 Local bus unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 17.6.3 Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95

17.7 Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 17.8 Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98

18. SACE PR333/P protection release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98


18.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99

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18.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 18.3 Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102


18.3.1 18.3.2 18.3.3 18.3.4 18.3.5 18.3.6 18.3.7 18.3.8 Automatic test of the PR333/P release . . . . . . . . . . 103 Manual test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Trip test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Contact P1 autotest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Force S ZS output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Force G ZS output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Release ZS output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Rc Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104

18.4 Measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 18.5 History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 18.6 Configurations/parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106


18.6.1 Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 18.6.2 Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109

18.7 Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 18.8 Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112

19. SACE PR232/P protection release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113


19.1 Operating mode menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 19.2 Indications on operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 19.3 Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
19.3.1 19.3.2 19.3.3 19.3.4 Automatic test of the PR232/P release . . . . . . . . . . 115 Manual test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 Trip test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 LED autotest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116

19.4 Currents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 19.5 Trip history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 19.6 Configurations/parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
19.6.1 Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 19.6.2 Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117

19.7 Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 19.8 Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119

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1. Indications on the functions of the SACE PR010/T unit (SW 7.2 version)
Electronic releases provided [also known as DUT (Device Under Test)]:
SACE PR111 SACE PR112 SACE PR113 SACE PR111-A SACE PR112-A SACE PR113-A SACE PR121 SACE PR122 SACE PR123 SACE PR212/P SACE PR212/MP SACE PR222DS SACE PR222MP SACE PR223EF (in all IEC versions) (in all IEC versions) (in all IEC versions) (in all UL versions) (in all UL versions) (in all UL versions) (in all versions) (in all versions) (in all versions) (with test connector on the front) (with test connector on the front) (in all versions) (in all versions) (in all versions)

2. SACE PR212/P protection release

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2.1 Operating mode menu tree


1 2 3 1.Test 4
1. Protections

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1.Automatic 2. Manual

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1. Default setting 2. User setting

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Run test

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Create a report

Run test (select SET ELT)

Set parameters Run test

1.Ammeter 2. Config./Param.

Read currents 1. DUT 1. Manual configuration and parameters param. 2. Electronic parameters 2. Default parameters Display DUT configuration and parameters Display DUT configuration and parameters

7. Select DUT (PR212/P)

Operating mode

2. Reading

1. Only for test Display default configuration and parameters 2. Operating Display default configuration and parameters

3. Information 4. Tripping parameters

Read relay identification, SW version and Serial Number Display tripping parameters 1. DUT configur. Change DUT configuration parameters

3. Programming

1. Change DUT parameters

2. DUT parameters Change DUT protection parameters (ELT) Program DUT with default parameters for normal operation 1. Only for test 2. Operating Define DUT protection parameters Define DUT protection parameters

2. Default parameters 3. Def. default parameters

2.2 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit can be used only with SACE PR212/P and SACE PR212/P-LSIG protection releases with test connector on the front.
Test connector

The automatic test and manual test with default parameters may be performed only by turning the protection release to electronic SET by the dip switch provided. The manual test may be performed either by electronic SET or manual SET. In the case of a manual test by manual SET, thresholds and curves must be selected by means of the dip-

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switches on the protection; they are automatically updated on the display of the PR010/T unit, where only the test current and phase on which it is to be applied, must be set. If during testing, reading or programming operations, CB type and CT current rating are not yet defined, the following message will be displayed:

WARNING Config. not valid ESC to return ENTER to configure


To set the missing data, proceed as follows: 1. Press ENTER 2. Select the type of CB and the current rating of the CT 3. Store the settings by pressing ENTER

Connect the test wire provided (between SACE PR010/T and SACE PR212/P units) the right way round (see drawing in par. 6). Manual test example for PR212/P release NOTE: the data indicating type of CB and protection, current rating of the CTs and Neutral setting, are automatically identified by the PR010/T test unit. In this example, protection function "S" is tested with curve t=k, threshold I2=1.00xIn, curve t2=0.5s supplying a fault current equivalent to twice the rated current (In). 1. Set PR212/P to Manual mode with: I1at 1In curve D, I2 at 1In curve D T=K, I3 and I4 to OFF 2. From the main menu select 1 3. Select the PR212 unit by means of x 4. Select the type of activity by means of 1 5. Select the type of test by means of 1 6. Select the test mode by means of 2. 7. Select the type of setting used to test the protections by means of 2 8. This message will appear: "Manual test with MAN parameters, press ENTER to proceed" 9. Select the protection function you want to test by means of 2 (S protection test) (Operating mode) (PR212) (Test) (Protections) (Manual) (User setting)

WARNING

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10. Using the arrow keys, set I-F=2.00:

S-PROT: t=k, ON I2: 1,0 In => 400 A T2: 0,5s I-f: 2,00 => 800 A(*)

(*) In this example, the automatically identified rating of the current sensor is assumed to be 400A.

11. Select the phase (or phases) on which to simulate the fault (L1+L2+L3) current. 12. Press ENTER to activate fault simulation.

3. SACE PR212/MP protection release

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3.1 Operating mode menu tree


1 2 3 4
1. Protections

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1. Automatic 1. Manual

Run test (select SET ELT) 1. Default setting 2. User setting Run test Set parameters Run test Create a report

1. Test

2. Trip test 3. Set coil 4. Reset coil 1. Currents

Run test Run test Run test Read currents Display DUT configuration and parameters Display DUT configuration and parameters Display DUT default configuration and parameters Display DUT default configuration and parameters

8. Select DUT (PR212/MP)

1. Manual 2. Config./Param. 1. DUT config./ param. parameters

1. Operating mode

2. Reading

2. Electronic parameters 2. Def. parameters in PR010/T 1. Only for test 2. Operating

3. Inputs 4. Tripping parameters 5. Information

Read inputs Display tripping parameters Read relay identification, SW version and Serial Number Change DUT configuration parameters Change DUT protection parameters

3. Programming

1. Change 1. DUT DUT config./par. configuration 2.DUT parameters (ELT) 2. Download default parameters

Program DUT with default parameters for normal operation

3. Def. parameters 1. For test in PR010/T 2. Operating

Define DUT protection parameters Define DUT protection parameters

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3.2 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit can be used with all SACE PR212/MP releases with test connectors on the front.

Test connector

For the test with SACE PR212MP protection releases version 1 (with automatic data reading by the PR010/T unit) the maximum test current is 7.3xIn; this is why the automatic test will test the protection functions in accordance with the above. The automatic test and manual test with default parameter set can only be performed if the protection release is configured to Electronic SET (ELT) mode using the dip switch provided. The manual test may be performed either by electronic SET (ELT) or manual SET (MAN). In the case of a manual test by manual SET, thresholds and curves must be selected by means of the dip-switches on the protection; they are automatically updated on the display of the PR010/T unit, where only the test current and phase on which it is to be applied, must be set. If the PTC for protection against overtemperature is not fitted, during the tests the "Input" dipswitch must be set as a generic input (Input = 0/1). The "Welded contacts" (WC) input has to be at 0V (no alarm) during the tests. At the end of each test, the PR010/T unit waits until the thermal memory has returned to zero before proceeding with any subsequent tests in order to avoid overlapping between the function being tested and the overload function (L). When testing the protection function against locked rotor (R), the PR010/T unit initially goes on stand-by for a time period which depends on the class specified for the L protection function (max. duration 24s) before performing the test. If during testing, reading or programming operations, CB type and CT current rating are not yet defined, the following message will be displayed:

WARNING Config. not valid ESC to return ENTER to configure


To set the missing data, proceed as follows: 1. Press ENTER 2. Select the type of CB and the current rating of the CT 3. Store the settings by pressing ENTER

Connect the test wire provided (between SACE PR010/T and SACE PR212/ MP units) the right way round (see drawing in par. 9).

WARNING

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Example of an automatic test application on the PR212/MP release NOTE: the data indicating type of CB and protection and current rating of the CTs are automatically identified by the PR010/T test unit. All protection functions implemented on the SACE PR212/MP release are tested automatically: 1. Set PR212MP to electronic set mode 2. From the main menu select 1 3. Select the PR212MP unit by means of x. 4. Select the type of activity by means of 1 5. Select the type of test by means of 1 6. Select the test mode by means of 1 (ELT) (Operating mode) (PR212/MP) (Test) (Protections) (Automatic)

7. Pressing ENTER enables a simulation of the failure for each protection function.

4. SACE PR222DS protection release

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4.1 Operating mode menu tree


1 2 3 4
1. Protections

5
1. Automatic 2. Manual

Run test (select Electronic Set) 1. Default setting 2. User setting Run test Set parameters Run test Create test report Store protection unit parameters Store parameters in the PR010/T test unit Store parameters in the PR010/T test unit

1. Test

2. Trip 1. Currents 2. Last trip

Run test Read currents Display tripping parameters Display DUT configuration parameters Display manual set parameters

Select DUT (PR222DS)

3. Config./Param. 1. DUT configur.

1. Operating mode

2. Reading

2. DUT 1. Manual parameters param.

2. Electron. Display electronic set parameters param. 3. Default 1. For test parameters 2. Oper. Display default test parameters Display default operating parameters

4. Communication Display communication parameters for system bus par. 5. Information 1. Parameters Read relay identification, SW version and Serial Number Change DUT protection parameters Program DUT with default operating parameters defined in "programming/Define/Manual/Default set" 1. Only for test 2. Operating Define default par. used for: "Test/ Protections/Manual/Default set" Define default par. for: "Program/ Default download"

3. Programming

2. Default download 3. Default definition

4. Communication Define communication par. for system bus par.

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4.2 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit can be used with all SACE PR222DS/P and SACE PR222DS/PD releases by connecting the test unit to the protection unit with the cable provided, to be inserted in the test connector on the front. Test connector

It is not necessary for the auxiliary power supply to be available in order to use the above releases with the PR010/T unit. During use of the PR010/T unit, communication between the SACE PR222DS/PD releases and the supervision system connected to them is interrupted. The tests must be carried out with the circuit breaker off. Automatic testing and manual setting with default parameters must be performed only by configuring the release in Electronic SET (ELT) with the dip switch provided. The manual test may be performed either by electronic SET or manual SET. In the case of a manual test by manual SET, thresholds and curves must be selected by means of the dipswitches on the protection; they are automatically updated on the display of the PR010/T unit, where only the test current and phase on which it is to be applied, must be set. If during testing, reading or programming operations, CB type and CT current rating are not yet defined, the following message will be displayed:

WARNING Config. not valid ESC to return ENTER to configure


Example of an automatic test application on the PR222DS release NOTE: the data indicating type of CB and protection, current rating of the CTs and Neutral setting, are automatically identified by the PR010/T.

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All protection functions implemented by the SACE PR222DS/P and SACE PR222DS/PD release are tested automatically: 1. From the main menu select 2. Select the PR222DS unit by means of 3. Select the type of activity 4. Select the type of test 5. Select the test mode by means of 1 x 1 1 1 (Operating mode) (PR222DS) (Test) (Protections) (Automatic)

6. Pressing ENTER enables a simulation of failure for each protection function.

5. SACE PR222MP protection release

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5.1 Operating mode menu tree


1 2 3 4
1. Protections

5
1. Automatic 2. Manual

Run test (select SET ELT) 1. Default setting Run test 2. User setting Set parameters Run test Create a report

1. Test

2. Trip test 3. Set coil 4. Reset coil 1. Currents 2. Config./Param.

Run test Run test Run test Read currents 1. DUT 1. Manual config./ param. parameters 2. Electronic parameters 2. Def. parameters in PR010/T 1. Only for test 2. Operating Display DUT configuration and parameters Display DUT configuration and parameters Display DUT default configuration parameters Display DUT default configuration parameters

8. Select DUT (PR222MP)

1. Operating mode

2. Reading

3. Inputs 4. Tripping parameters 5. Information

Read inputs Display tripping parameters Read relay identification, SW version and Serial Number Change DUT configuration parameters Change DUT protection parameters

3. Programming

1. Change 1. DUT DUT config./par. configuration 2.DUT parameters (ELT) 2. Download default parameters

Program DUT with default parameters for normal operation

3. Def. parameters 1. For test in PR010/T 2. Operating

Define DUT protection parameters Define DUT protection parameters

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5.2 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit can be used only with SACE PR222MP protection releases with test connectors on the front. Test connector

For the test with SACE PR212MP protection releases version 1 (with automatic data reading by the PR010/T unit) the maximum test current is 7.3xIn; this is why the automatic test will test the protection functions in accordance with the above. The automatic test and manual test with default parameter set can only be performed if the protection release is configured to Electronic SET (ELT) mode using the dip switch provided. The manual test may be performed either by electronic SET (ELT) or manual SET (MAN). In the case of a manual test by manual SET, thresholds and curves must be selected by means of the dip-switches on the protection; they are automatically updated on the display of the PR010/T unit, where only the test current and phase on which it is to be applied, must be set. If the PTC for protection against overtemperature is not fitted, during the tests the "Input" dipswitch must be set as a generic input (Input=0/1). The "Welded contacts" (WC) input has to be at 0V (no alarm) during the tests. At the end of each test, the PR010/T unit waits until the thermal memory has returned to zero before proceeding with any subsequent tests in order to avoid overlapping between the function being tested and the overload function (L). When testing the protection function against locked rotor (R), the PR010/T unit initially goes on stand-by for a time period which depends on the class specified for the L protection function (max. duration 24s) before performing the test. If during testing, reading or programming operations, CB type and CT current rating are not yet defined, the following message will be displayed:

WARNING Config. not valid ESC to return ENTER to configure

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To set the missing data, proceed as follows: 1. Press ENTER 2. Select the type of CB and the current rating of the CT 3. Store the settings by pressing ENTER

Connect the test wire provided (between SACE PR010/T and SACE PR222MP units) the right way round (see drawing in par. 5). Example of an automatic test application on the PR222MP release NOTE: the data indicating type of CB and protection and current rating of the CTs are automatically identified by the PR010/T test unit. All protection functions implemented by the SACE PR222MP release are tested automatically:

WARNING

1. Set PR222MP to electronic set mode 2. From the main menu select 1 3. Select the PR222MP unit by means of x 4. Select the type of activity by means of 1 5. Select the type of test by means of 1 6. Select the test mode by means of 1 7. Pressing ENTER enables a simulation of failure for each protection function.

(ELT) (Operating mode) (PR222MP) (Test) (Protections) (Automatic)

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6. SACE PR223EF protection release

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6.1 Operating mode menu tree


1 2 3 1. Test 4
1. Protections

5
1. Automatic 2. Manual

6
1. Default setting 2. User setting

7
Run test Set parameters

9
Create test report

Run test (select Electronic Set)

Run test

2. Trip

Run test Read measured currents Read measured line and phase voltages

1. Measurements 1. Currents 2. Voltages

3. Frequency Read measured frequency

8. Select DUT (PR223EF)

4. Peak factor Read peak factors

1. Operating mode

2. Reading

2. Last trip

Display data of last 20 trips Display DUT configuration and parameters

3. Config./Param. 1. DUT config.

2. DUT Display protection parameters parameters 3. Default 1. For test Display default test parameters parameters 2. Operating Display default operating parameters 4. Comm. par. 5. Information 1. Parameters Display communication parameters for system bus Read relay identification, SW version and Serial Number Change DUT protection parameters Store parameters Program DUT with default operating parameters defined in the protection unit in "programming/Define Default/Operating" 1. Only for test 2. Operating 4. Comm. par. Store parameters in the PR010/T Define default par. for: "Program/Default test unit download" Store parameters in the protection unit Define default par. used for: "Test/ Protections/Manual/Default set"

3. Programming

2. Default download 3. Default definition

Define communication par. for system bus

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6.2

Indications on operation

The SACE PR010/T unit can be used with all SACE PR223EF releases by connecting the test unit to the protection unit with the cable provided, to be inserted in the test connector on the front. Test connector

It is not necessary for the auxiliary power supply to be available in order to use the above releases with the PR010/T unit. During use of the PR010/T unit, communication between the SACE PR223EF releases and the supervision system connected to them is interrupted. The tests must be carried out with the circuit breaker off. If during testing, reading or programming operations, CB type and CT current rating are not yet defined, the following message will be displayed:

WARNING Config. not valid ESC to return ENTER to configure


Example of an automatic test application on the PR222EF release NOTE: the data indicating type of CB and protection, current rating of the CTs and neutral setting are automatically identified by the PR010/T test unit. All protection functions implemented by the SACE PR223EF release are tested automatically: 1. From the main menu select 2. Select the PR223EF unit by means of 3. Select the type of activity 4. Select the type of test 5. Select the test mode 1 x 1 1 1 (Operating mode) (PR223EF) (Test) (Protections) (Automatic)

6. Pressing ENTER enables a simulation of failure for each protection function.

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7. SACE PR111/P protection release

L
I1= xIn

S
I2= xIn

I
I3= xIn

G
I4= xIn

TEST
+ -

In= InN=In/2 Nr.

P R 111

7.1 Default setting for automatic PR111/P testing


To test the protection functions in automatic mode, first set the PR111/P protection unit as follows: Protection function
L S I G

Threshold
0,4 x In 3 x In 8 x In 0.8 x In

Curve
B C; I2t=k B

7.2 Operating mode menu tree


1
1. Operating mode

2
1. Select DUT (PR111)

3
1. Protections

4
1. Automatic 2. Manual

5
Run test

TOP

7
Create a report

Set parameters Run test

2. Protection I inst

Run test

7.3 Indications on operation


When testing with the SACE PR010/T unit for G protection function, the maximum trip time tolerance value is 35%. The minimum threshold is 0.6 x In for the manual test.

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Example of an automatic test application on the PR111/LSI unit fitted on CB E1B12, with CT = 800A, Neutral = 50%. 1. From the main menu select 1 2. Select the PR111 unit by means of 1 (Operating mode)
(PR111)

3. Select the version of the PR111 by means of (PR111-LSI) 2 4. Select the Neutral setting by means of 1 5. Select the type of CB by means of 2
(Neutral = 50%) (E1B12)

6. Select the current rating of the CTs fitted by (800A) means of 3 7. Select the type of test by means of 1 8. Select the test mode by means of 1
(Protections) (Automatic)

[Make sure the default setting has been performed for automatic testing as shown under the heading "Default setting for automatic PR111/P testing].

8. SACE PR111/P-A protection release


L
I1= xIn

S
I2= xIn

I
I3= xIn

G
I4= xIn

TEST
+ -

In=
LISTED
Low-Voltage AC Power Circuit-Breaker
Trip Unit 63TA

InN=In/2 Nr.

P R 1 1 1 / P-A

TOP

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8.1 Default setting for automatic PR111/P-A testing


To test the protection functions in automatic mode, first set the PR111/P-A protection unit as follows: Protection function
L S I G

Threshold
0,4 x In 3 x In 8 x In 0,4 x In

Curve
B C; I2t=k B

8.2 Operating mode menu tree


1
1. Operating mode

2
4. Select DUT (PR111-A)

3
1. Protections

4
1. Automatic 2. Manual

5
Run test Set param.

6
Run test

7
Create a report

2. Protection I inst

Run test

8.3 Indications on operation


When testing with the SACE PR010/T unit for G protection function, the maximum trip time tolerance value is 35%. Example of an automatic test application on the PR111/P-A LSI unit fitted on CB E1B12, with CT = 800A, Neutral = 50%. 1. From the main menu select 1 2. Select the PR111-A unit by means of 4 (Operating mode)
(PR111-A)

3. Select the version of the PR111-A by means (PR111-A/LSI) of 2 4. Select the Neutral setting by means of 1 5. Select the type of CB by means of 2
(Neutral = 50%) (E1B12)

6. Select the current rating of the CTs fitted by (800A) means of 3 7. Select the type of test by means of 1 8. Select the test mode by means of 1
(Protections) (Automatic)

[Make sure the default setting has been performed for automatic testing as shown under the heading "Default setting for automatic PR111/P-A testing"].

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9. SACE PR112/P and SACE PR112/PD protection releases


9.1 Version with key (last letter in serial number A-D)
COMMUNICATION

up Fault

Vaux

up Fault NETWORK

WARNING

EMERGENCY

SACE PR112/PD

TEST

READ EDIT

O RESET

G TEST

In = InN = In/2 Nr. =

ESC

9.2 Version without key (last letter in serial number M-Z)

TOP

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9.3 Operating mode menu tree


1 2 3 4 5 1.Protections 6 1.Automatic 2. Manual 7 Run test 1. Default setting 2. User setting 2. Protection I inst 3. Trip 1. Ammeter Run test Run test Read currents Display DUT configuration Run test Set param. Run test 8 9 10 Create a report

1. Test
2. Config./Param. 1. DUT configur.

Display DUT parameters 2. DUT parameters

1. Select DUT (PR112A:D) 2. Select DUT (PR112M:Z)

1.Only for 3. Default parameters test

1. DUT configur. 2. DUT param.

2. Select DUT (PR112)

1. Operating mode

2. Reading

Display DUT default config. Display DUT default param. Display DUT default config. Display DUT default param.

2.Operating 1. DUT configur. 2. DUT param. 3. Information 1. Change DUT parameters

Read relay identification, SW version and Serial Number 1. DUT configur. Change DUT configuration parameters

3. Programming

Change DUT protection parameters 2. DUT parameters 2. Default parameters 3. Define default parameters Program DUT with default parameters for normal operation 1. Only for test 1. DUT Def. DUT configuration configur. 2. DUT param. 2. Operating Def. DUT parameters

1. DUT Def. DUT configuration configur. 2. DUT param. Def. DUT parameters

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9.4 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit can be used: - with all SACE PR112/P and SACE PR112/PD protection releases in the version "without key". - with all SACE PR112/P and SACE PR112/PD protection releases, in the version "with key", which implement the Sw version 2.20 or later versions, and having a serial number subsequent to No. xxxxx03x (for PR112/P) or No. xxxxx05x (for PR112/PD). NOTE: The Sw version implemented in the PR112 release can be read on the display by choosing (in sequence): Config./Program. Information The SACE PR112/PD releases must be connected to the auxiliary power supply for use with the SACE PR010/T unit. Remarks for the PR112 version "with key" G protection function test: When working in automatic mode, the threshold current must be set to a value higher than or equal to 0.4xIn (When set at a lower value, the PR010/T unit will reset it at 0.4xIn during test). The test current is equal to 2.5 times the threshold current. In case of manual mode, the test current is 1.5xIn. It is possible that after a test with trip on G protection function, other trips of the protection will occur during the next 2s. Contact wear for PR112: During testing on the PR112, with timing before trip higher than 10s, there could be an increase in the indications of contact wear and number of operations. After some tests, wear could reach 100% of the value, causing the EMERGENCY message to be displayed. This indication can be reset by the customer by means of the following procedure: In READ mode, choose the page with the contact wear indication Choose EDIT mode by turning the key Hold down the "Up" and "Down" buttons simultaneously for at least 5 seconds In this way, contact wear and number of operations indications will be reset to zero.

Connect the test wire provided (between SACE PR010/T and SACE PR112 units) the right way round (see adhesive labels on the connectors). Example of manual test application for PR112/P release (vers. "without key") NOTE: the data indicating type of CB and protection, current rating of the CTs and Neutral setting, are automatically identified by the PR010/T test unit.

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The protection function "I" is tested with curve t=k, threshold I3=1.5xIn, supplying a fault current equivalent to twice the rated current (In). 1. From the main menu select 2. Select the PR112 unit by means of 3. Select the M-Z version 4. Select the type of activity 1 5. Select the type of test 6. Select the test mode 7. Select the type of setting used to test the protections 8. Select the protection function to be tested. 1 x 2 1 1 2 2 3 (Operating mode)
(PR112) (PR112) (Test) (Protections) (Manual) (User setting) (M-Z)

(I protection test)

9. Using the arrow keys, fill in the page displayed as follows:

I-PROT: t=k, ON I3: 1.5In => 3000A t3: Instantaneous I-f: 2.00In => 4000A(*)

(*) In this example, the automatically identified rating of the current sensor is assumed to be 2000A.

10. Select the phase (or phases) on which to simulate the fault current (L1+L2+L3) 11. Press ENTER to activate fault simulation.

10. SACE PR112/P-A and SACE PR112/PD-A protection releases

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10.1 Operating mode menu tree


1 2 3 4 1.Protections 5 1.Automatic 2. Manual 6 Run test 1. Default setting Run test Run test 7 8 9 Create a report

1. Test

2. User setting Set param. 2. Protection I inst 3. Trip 1. Ammeter Run test Run test Read currents Display DUT configuration

2. Config./Param. 1. DUT configur.

2. DUT Display DUT protection parameters parameters

2. Select DUT (PR112-A)

1. Operating mode

2. Reading

3. Default 1. Only for test 1. DUT parameters configur.

Display DUT default configuration

2. DUT Display DUT protection default param. parameters 2. Operating 1. DUT configur. Display DUT default configuration

2. DUT Display DUT protection default param. parameters 3. Information 1. Change DUT parameters Read relay identification, SW version and Serial Number 1. DUT configur. Change DUT configuration parameters

3. Programming

2. DUT Change DUT configuration parameters parameters 2. Default parameters 3. Define default parameters Program DUT with default parameters for normal operation 1. Only for test 1. DUT configur. Define DUT configuration parameters

2. DUT param. Define DUT protection parameters 2. Operating 1. DUT configur. Define DUT configuration parameters

2. DUT param. Define DUT protection parameters

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10.2 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit can be used with all PR112/P-A and PR112/ PD-A protection releases. The SACE PR112/PD-A releases must be connected to the auxiliary power supply for use with the SACE PR010/T unit. NOTE: The Sw version implemented in the PR112/P-A release can be read on the display by choosing in sequence, in READ mode, starting from the main menu: - Config./Program - Information

Connect the test wire provided (between SACE PR010/T and SACE PR112 units) the right way round (see adhesive labels on the connectors). Example of manual test application for PR112/P-A release NOTE: the data indicating type of CB and protection, current rating of the CTs and Neutral setting, are automatically identified by the PR010/T test unit. In this example, protection function "S" is tested with curve t=k, threshold I2=1.20xIn, curve t2=0.4s supplying a fault current equivalent to twice the rated current (In). 1. From the main menu select 2. Select the PR112-A unit by means of 3. Select the type of activity by means of 4. Select the type of test by means of 5. Select the test mode by means of 7. Select the protection function you want to test by means of 8. Using the arrow keys, fill in the page displayed as follows: 1 x 1 1 2 2 (Operating mode)
(PR112-A) (Test) (Protections)

WARNING

(Manual)
(User setting) (S protection test)

6. Select the type of setting used to test the protections by means of 2

S-PROT: t=k, ON Test prot. S: t=k L2: 1.2In => 2400A T2: 0.4s I-f: 2.00 => 4000A(*)

(*) In this example, the automatically identified rating of the current sensor is assumed to be 2000A. Check that I-f is lower than I3.

9. Select the phase (or phases) on which the fault current is to be simulated. (L1+L2+L3) 10. Press ENTER to activate fault simulation.

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11. SACE PR113/P and SACE PR113/PD protection releases

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11.1 Operating mode menu tree


1 2 3 4 1.Protections 5 1.Automatic 2. Manual 6 Run test 1. Default setting Run test 2. User setting 2. Protection I inst 3. Trip 1. Currents 2. Voltages 3. Powers Run test Run test Read currents Read voltages 1. Active Power 2. Reactive power Read active power Read reactive power Read apparent power Set param. Run test a report 7 8 9

2. Select DUT (PR113)

1. Operating mode

1. Test

3. Apparent power 4. Energy counters Read energy counters 5. Power factors Read power factors

6. Freq./peak factor Read freq./peak factor

2. Reading

7. Last trip. 8. Config./Param.

Read last trip 1. DUT configur. 2. DUT parameters Display DUT configuration 1. Protection parameters Read protection parameters

2. Other param. Read other parameters 3. Default parameters 1. For test 1. DUT configur. Read config.

2. DUT param. Read param. 2 Operating 1. DUT configur. Read config.

2. DUT param. Read param. 9. Information 1. Change DUT config./ parameters Read relay identification, SW version and Serial Number 1. DUT configur. 2. DUT param. Change DUT configuration parameters 1. Protection parameters 2. Other parameters 2. Download def. parameters Download 1. DUT configur. Change DUT configuration 2. DUT param. 1. Protection parameters Change protect. par. Change DUT protection parameters Change other parameters

2. Select DUT (PR113)

1. Operating mode

3. Programming

3. Def. parameters 1. For test in PR010/T

2. Operating

1. DUT configur. Change DUT configuration 2. DUT param. 1. Protection Change parameters parameters 2. Other Change parameters other parameters

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11.2 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit can be used with all SACE PR113/P and SACE PR113/PD protection releases. The SACE PR113/PD releases must be connected to the auxiliary power supply for use with the SACE PR010/T unit. The tests must be carried out with the circuit breaker off, no voltage to the busbar (V=0) (where the VTs are installed to measure the SACE PR113/P and SACE PR113/PD release voltage) and the auxiliary power supply enabled.

Connect the test wire provided (between SACE PR010/T and SACE PR113 units) the right way round (see adhesive labels on the connectors). Example of an automatic test application on the PR113 release NOTE: the data related to CB and protection, current rating of the CTs and Neutral setting, are automatically identified by the PR010/T. All protection functions implemented on the SACE PR113/P and SACE PR113/PD release are tested automatically: 1. From the main menu select 2. Select the PR113 unit by means of 3. Select the type of activity by means of 4. Select the type of test by means of 5. Select the test mode by means of 6. 1 x 1 1 1 (Operating mode)
(PR113) (Test) (Protections)

WARNING

(Automatic)

Pressing ENTER enables a simulation of failure for each protection function.

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12. SACE PR113/P-A and SACE PR113/PD-A protection releases

12.1 Operating mode menu tree


1 2 3 4 1.Protections 5 1.Automatic 2. Manual 6 Run test 1. Default setting Run test 2. User setting 2. Protection I inst 3. Trip 1. Currents 2. Voltages 3. Powers Run test Run test Read currents Read voltages 1. Active Power 2. Reactive power 3. Apparent power 4. Energy counters Read energy counters 5. Power factors Read power factors Read active power Read reactive power Read apparent power Set param. Run test a report 7 8 9

2. Select DUT (PR113-A)

1. Operating mode

1. Test 2. Reading

6. Freq./peak factor Read freq./peak factor 7. Last trip. 8. Configuration/ param. Read last trip 1. DUT configur. 2. DUT parameters Display DUT configuration 1. Protection parameters 2. Other param. 3. Default parameters 1. For test Read protection parameters Read other parameters 1. DUT configur. Read config.

2. DUT param. Read param. 2 Operating 1. DUT configur. Read config.

2. DUT param. Read param. 9. Information Read relay identification, SW version and Serial Number

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1 2 3 4 1. Change DUT config./ parameters

5 1. DUT configur. 2. DUT param.

Change DUT configuration parameters 1. Protection parameters 2. Other parameters Change DUT protection parameters Change other parameters

2. Select DUT (PR113-A)

1. Operating mode

3. Programming

2. Download def. parameters

Download 1. DUT configur. 2. DUT param. 1. DUT configur. 2. DUT param. Change DUT configuration 1. Protection Change parameters protect. par. Change DUT configuration 1. Protection Change parameters parameters 2. Other Change parameters other parameters

3. Def. parameters 1. For test in PR010/T

2. Operating

12.2 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit can be used with all SACE PR113/P-A and SACE PR113/PD-A protection releases. The SACE PR113/PD-A releases must be connected to the auxiliary power supply for use with the SACE PR010/T unit. The tests must be carried out with the circuit breaker off, no voltage to the busbar (V=0) (where the VTs are installed to measure the SACE PR113/P-A and SACE PR113/PD-A release voltage) and the auxiliary power supply enabled.

Connect the test wire provided (between SACE PR010/T and SACE PR113 units) the right way round (see adhesive labels on the connectors). Example of an automatic test application on the PR113 release NOTE: the data related to CB and protection, current rating of the CTs and Neutral setting, are automatically identified by the PR010/T. All protection functions implemented on the SACE PR113/P-A and SACE PR113/PD-A release are tested automatically: 1. From the main menu select 2. Select the PR113 unit by means of 3. Select the type of activity by means of 4. Select the type of test by means of 5. Select the test mode by means of 1 x 1 1 1 (Operating mode)
(PR113 A) (Test) (Protections)

WARNING

(Automatic)

6. Pressing ENTER enables a simulation of failure for each protection function.

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13. SACE PR121/P protection release

13.1 Operating mode menu tree


PR121 UNIT
1. Test 2. Measurements 3. History 4. Config./Param. 5. Information 6. Status
Test report Test report

1. Test
1. Run automatic test 2. Run manual test 3. Run trip test

2. Measurements
1. Display currents 2. Display peak factors

3. History
1. Display trip history 2. Display events 3. Statistics 1. Display contact wear 2. Display total no. prot. trips 3. Display no. manual operations 4. Display total no. prot. trips without trip fail 5. Display no. trip failures 6. Display no. trip tests

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PR121 UNIT

1. Test 2. Measurements 3. History 4. Config./Param. 5. Information 6. Status

4. Config./Param.
1. Configurations 1. Circuit breaker 1. Display neutral protection 2. Display plant config. 3. Display CB TAG Name 4. Display User Data 2. Hardware Trip 3. Display mains frequency 4. Local bus unit 1. Local bus unit fitted 2. Relay 1 1. Type of signal source 2. Display source configuration 3. Relay 2 configuration 4. Relay 3 configuration 5. Relay 4 configuration 6. Relay 6 configuration 7. Relay 7 configuration 8. Relay 8 2. Parameters 1. Protection L parameters 2. Protection S parameters 3. Protection I parameters 4. Protection G parameters

Display custom. type

5. Information
1. 2. 3. 4. Protection unit information Circuit breaker information Download info 1 Download info 2

6. Status
1. Display installation/configuration errors

13.2 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit can be used with all SACE PR121/P releases by connecting the test unit to the protection unit by the cable provided, to be plugged in the test connector on the front. It is not necessary for the auxiliary power supply to be available in order to use the above releases with the PR010/T unit. The automatic and manual tests must be performed with the circuit breaker off while the trip test may be performed only with the circuit breaker on; in either case, the circulating currents must be null.

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For PR121/P releases with a version prior to 1.0, the following limitations must be considered: 1. Startup time protection S: 2. Startup time protection S2: 3. Startup time protection G: 4. Startup time protection ExtG: 5. Startup time protection D: 7. Protection U threshold: 0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s
0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s 0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s 0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s

WARNING

0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s 5% th 90% step 5%

6. Startup current activation threshold not contemplated 8. Management of unit contacts on local bus not contemplated. A description of the various menus is given below.

13.3 Test
By means of the PR010/T unit, some tests on the protection unit can be performed, in particular: 1. Automatic test 2. Manual test 3. Trip test For example, to perform the automatic test it is necessary to follow the procedure described in the following table: Key to be pressed
1 x 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR121/P Test Automatic test

A brief description of the various tests will be given below.

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13.3.1 Automatic test of the PR121/P release By the automatic test, a sequence of 7 different tests will be performed at the currents and phases indicated in the following table. Test No. L1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Phase L2 L3

Value

0.3 In 3.0 In 5.0 In 10.0 In 15.0 In 0.3 In 3.0 In

The trip times of the release in the various tests will depend on the settings of the protections; on the display, the PR010/T unit will show trip time and test result (OK, FAILED). At the end of the test, it is asked whether to record a test report which may later be downloaded on a PC. 13.3.2 Manual test The manual test allows testing the release trip time under the desired load condition, in particular it offers a means to select the current value in a 0.00 to 16.00 In range, and to select the phases involved in the test (L1, L2, L3, Ne, Gte). The trip times of the release in the various tests will depend on the settings of the protections; on the display, the PR010/T unit will show trip time and test result (OK, FAILED). At the end of the test, it is asked whether to record a test report which may later be downloaded on a PC. 13.3.3 Trip test By this test, a command can be sent to turn off the circuit breaker, thus checking the functionality of the protection opening system. The trip test command is accepted by the protection unit only if the circuit breaker is on.

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13.4 Measurements
The measures of the circulating currents and of the peak factors can be displayed. For example, to display the current measurements, the following selections must be made: Key to be pressed
1 x 2 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR121/P Measurements Currents

13.5 History
The history of the openings for protection tripped, events and some statistical information on release openings, are displayed under the history menu. For example, to display the history of the openings (trip history), the following selections must be made: Key to be pressed
1 x 3 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR121/P History Trip history

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13.6 Configurations/parameters
The configurations and parameters of the release can be displayed and even changed. 13.6.1 Configurations The available configuration parameters are divided into the following sub-sets: 1. 2. 3. 4. Circuit breaker Hardware trip Mains frequency Local bus unit

For example, starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR121/P Config./Parameters Configurations Circuit breaker Neutral protection

the screen that displays the configuration parameters of the neutral protection is entered and the following screen appears:

Neutral protection Enable: ON [OFF] Threshold: 50 [...]%


Pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking). Using the keys and , the cursor is positioned on the desired parameter and the keys and are used to change the value of the parameters within the allowed range.

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13.6.1.1 Local bus unit From the CONFIGURATIONS menu, it is possible to set the parameters for operation of the relay unit on the local bus, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 3 ...

Item selected
Operating mode PR121/P Config./Parameters Configurations Local bus unit ...

Now, one of the following items can be selected: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Fitted Relay 1 Relay 2 Relay 3 Relay 4 Relay 6 Relay 7 Relay 8

By selecting "Fitted", unit fitted/not fitted can be set on the local bus. Selecting Relay x the configuration parameters of relay x on the local bus unit are read/set, for example selecting: Key to be pressed
... 4 1

Item selected
... Relay 3 Source

The setting of the activation signal of relay no. 3 is displayed; pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking); the setting of the activation signal is changed using the and keys If "Custom" is selected, when ENTER is pressed the current setting is displayed, for example:

ALARM 1 4...6 L Pre-alarm L Timing S Timing

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Where the arrows indicate which elements of the ALARM 1 block are selected. With the and keys, the previous/next screen is displayed and with the and keys, the selected element is activated/deactivated (the arrow next to the element is displayed/removed). There are 18 blocks, each of which is made up of eight elements and is displayed in three consecutive screens; up to 8 elements may be activated for each block. On the last screen of each block, it is possible to define the AND/OR logic applied to the selected elements and the minimum release activation time. 13.6.2 Parameters The protection parameters are divided into: 1. 2. 3. 4. protection L protection S protection I protection G

For example, selecting: Key to be pressed


1 x 4 2 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR121/P Config./Parameters Parameters Protection L

the screen that displays the parameters of protection L is entered and the following screen appears:

L prot t=k/i2 [...] Threshold: x.xx In Time: x.xx s Thermal mem: ON [OFF]
Pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking). Using the keys and , the cursor is positioned on the desired parameter and the keys and are used to change the value of the parameters within the allowed range.

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13.7 Information
On this menu, some information on the protection unit and the circuit breaker can be viewed. The menu is divided into: 1. 2. 3. 4. Protection unit Circuit breaker Download info 1 Download info 2

For example, starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 5 2 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR121/P Information Circuit breaker

the screen that displays information on circuit breaker is entered:

Device: E1B800/4P CT curr. rating: xxxxA sn: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Pressing the keys and , the next/previous screen is displayed:

Install: xx/xx/xxxx Maint: xx/xx/xxxx

Starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed


1 x 5 2 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR121/P Information Download info 1

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A file is created containing a first set of information and is saved in a non-volatile memory of the PR010/T unit. User is requested to enter some report heading information, in particular date, time, operator' s name and CB serial number. The file so created can be downloaded on a PC using the same procedure to download a standard test report. Use the Download info 2 command mode to download another set of useful information.

To save the above information, make space available in the memory by erasing any reports that may have been previously stored. One set of information at a time can be saved, making space available (erasing the report) prior to storing the next set; e.g. when all information is to be downloaded (download info 1 and download info 2): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Erase any stored reports to make space available in the non-volatile memory Perform download 1 Download the related file on PC Erase the report Perform download 2 Download the related file on PC Erase the report to make space available for the next test report, if any

13.8 Status
On this menu, any signals of errors concerning configuration/wiring of the protection unit and of the circuit breaker, can be viewed. In particular, one or more of the following messages may be displayed: 1. No alarm 2. L1 Sensor error 3. L2 Sensor error 4. L3 Sensor error 5. Ne Sensor error 6. ExtG sensor error 7. TC disconnected 8. Rating Plug error 9. Installation error 10. Device error 11. Invalid Date 12. Configuration error 13. CB status error Refer to the release user manual for the solution of the errors indicated.

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14. SACE PR122/P protection release

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14.1 Operating mode menu tree


PR122 UNIT
1. Test 2. Measurements 3. History 4. Config./Param. 5. Information 6. Status

1. Test
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Run automatic test Run manual test Run trip test Run signalling module autotest Force output S zone sel. Force output G zone sel. Release outputs zone sel. Run Rc test Test report Test report

note 1

2. Measurements
1. 2. 3. 4. Display currents Display peak factors Display voltages Powers 1. Display active power 2. Display reactive power 3. Display apparent power Display energies Display power factor Display measured frequency Reset energy counters Reset measurement history

5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

3. History
1. Display trip history 2. Display events 3. Statistics 1. Display contact wear 2. Display total no. of prot. trips 3. Display total no. of prot. trips 4. Display no. of manual operations 5. Display total no. prot. trips without trip fail 6. Display no. trip failures 7. Display no. trip tests

4. Config./Param.
1. CONFIGURATIONS >> 2. PARAMETERS >>

5. Information
1. 2. 3. 4. Protection unit information Circuit breaker information Download info 1 Download info 2

6. Status
1. Display installation/configuration errors

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1. Circuit breaker PR122 UNIT CONFIGURATIONS 2. Hardware Trip 3. Mains freq.

4. Meas. int. 5. Local bus an. Th. 6. Startup curr. Th.

7. Harmonic distortion 8. Modules 9. Local bus unit 10. Data logger 11. System

1. Circuit breaker
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Neutral protection parameters Ground toroid protection parameters Plant config. parameters CB TAG Name User Data note 1

2. Hardware Trip 3. Mains frequency 4. Measurement storage period 5. Local Bus analogue threshold 6. Startup current activation threshold 7. Enable/disable harmonic distortion alarm 8. Modules
1. Measuring 1. Voltage transformer parameters 2. Live Neutral 3. Positive power direction 2. Communication 1. Operating mode 2. Communication parameters 3. Signalling 1. Relay 1 1. Type of signal source 2. Display source configuration 2. Relay 2 configuration 3. Relay 3 configuration 4. Relay 4 configuration 5. Input note 2 Display custom. type note 4 (signalling module configuration) Display custom. type Display custom. type note 3

9. Local bus unit


1. Local bus unit fitted 2. Relay 1 1. Type of signal source 2. Display source configuration 3. Relay 2 configuration 4. Relay 3 configuration 5. Relay 4 configuration 6. Relay 6 configuration 7. Relay 7 configuration 8. Relay 8 configuration

10. Data logger


1. 2. 3. 4. Data logger configuration Data logger stop event Reset data logger Stop data logger

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1. Circuit breaker PR122 UNIT CONFIGURATIONS 2. Hardware Trip 3. Mains freq.

4. Meas. int. 5. Local bus an. Th. 6. Startup curr. Th.

7. Harmonic distortion 8. Modules 9. Local bus unit 10. Data logger 11. System

11. System
1. Display clock 2. Set language

PR122 UNIT Protection par.

1. L prot. 2. S prot. 3. I prot. 4. G prot. 5. Ext G prot. 6. U prot.

7. T prot. 8. LC1 prot. 9. LC2 prot. 10. Iw prot. 11. Rc prot. 12. MCR prot.

13. UV prot. 14. OV prot. 15. RV prot. 16. RP prot. 17. UF prot. 18. OF prot

1. Protection L parameters 2. Protection S parameters 3. Protection I parameters 4. Protection G parameters 5. Protection Ext G parameters 6. Protection U parameters 7. Protection T parameters 8. Protection LC1 parameters 9. Protection LC2 parameters 10. Protection Iw parameters 11. Protection Rc parameters 12. Protection MCR parameters 13. Protection UV parameters 14. Protection OV parameters 15. Protection RV parameters 16. Protection RP parameters 17. Protection UF parameters 18. Protection OF parameters
note 2 note 2 note 2 note 2 note 2 note 2 note 1 note 6 note 6 note 5

NOTES 1 Only for LSIG (with measuring module) or LSIRc configuration and with residual current in the
external toroid.

2 Only when measuring module is fitted. 3 Only when communication module is fitted. 4 Only when signalling module is fitted.
5 Only for LSI or LSIG or LSIRc configuration. 6 Only for LSIG configuration.

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14.2 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit may be used with all SACE PR122/P releases by connecting the test unit to the protection unit by means of a special cable plugged in the functional test connector. It is not necessary for the auxiliary power supply to be available in order to use the above releases with the PR010/T unit. The automatic and manual tests must be performed with the circuit breaker off while the trip test may be performed only with the circuit breaker on; in either case the circulating currents must be null.

For PR122/P releases with a software version prior to 1.0, the following limitations must be considered: 1. Startup time protection S: 2. Startup time protection S2: 3. Startup time protection G: 4. Startup time protection ExtG: 5. Startup time protection D: 7. Protection U threshold: 0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s
0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s 0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s 0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s

WARNING

0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s 5% th 90% step 5%

6. Startup current activation threshold not contemplated 8. Management of unit contacts on local bus not contemplated. A description of the various menus is given below.

14.3 Test
By means of the PR010/T unit, some tests on the protection unit can be performed, in particular: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Automatic test Manual test Trip test Sign. mod. autotest Force S ZS output Force G ZS output Release ZS outputs Rc Test

For example, to perform the automatic test it is necessary to follow the procedure described in the following table:

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Key to be pressed
1 x 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR122/P Test Automatic test

A brief description of the various tests will be given below. 14.3.1 Automatic test of the PR122/P release When the PR120/V measuring module is not fitted: by the automatic test, a sequence of 7 different tests will be performed at the currents and phases indicated in the following table: Test No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Phase L1 L2 L3

Value

0.3 In 3.0 In 5.0 In 10.0 In 15.0 In 0.3 In 3.0 In

When the PR120/V measuring module is fitted: by the automatic test, a sequence of 13 different tests will be performed at the currents, voltages, phase shift and phases indicated in the following table: Test No.
1 2 3 4 5 6

Phase L1 L2 L3 V12 V23 V31

Amplitude I [In]
3.0 5.0 10 15 0.3 3.0 1.0

Phase shift

V[Un]
1.0

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7 8 9 10 11 12 13

0.3 3.0 5.0 10 15 0.0

1.0

210

0.4 1.3

---

For example, test no. 5 is performed by: IL=0,3 In IL2=IL3=0 In V12=V23=V31=1 Un Phase shift 0 (cos=1) The trip times of the release in the various tests will depend on the settings of the protections; on the display, the PR010/T unit will show trip time and test result (OK, FAILED). At the end of the test, it is asked whether to record a test report which may later be downloaded on a PC. 14.3.2 Manual test The manual test allows the release trip time to be tested under the desired load condition, in particular it offers a means to select the current value in a 0.00 to 16.00 In range, the voltage value in a 0.0 to 1.3 Un range, the phase shift from -180 to +180 by 0.75 steps, and to select the phases involved in the test (L1, L2, L3, Ne, Gte, V1, V2, V3). The trip time of the release will depend on the settings of the protections; on the display, the PR010/T unit will show trip time and test result (OK, FAILED). At the end of the test, it is asked whether to record a test report which may later be downloaded on a PC. 14.3.3 Trip test By this test, a command can be sent to turn off the circuit breaker, thus checking the functionality of the protection opening system. The trip test command is accepted by the protection unit only if the circuit breaker is on. 14.3.4 Sign. mod. autotest When this item is selected, the autotest of the signalling module is launched. Refer to the signalling module manual for further information on this function.

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14.3.5 Force S ZS output Activates the zone selectivity output of protection S; this command allows checking the zone selectivity function on the system. 14.3.6 Force G ZS output Activates the zone selectivity output of protection G; this command allows checking the zone selectivity function on the system. 14.3.7 Release ZS output Deactivates both zone selectivity outputs of protections S and G; this command allows checking the zone selectivity function on the system. 14.3.8 Rc Test Activates the test of the protection RC. Refer to the protection manual for further information on this function.

14.4 Measurements
The following measurements can be displayed: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Currents Peak factors Voltages Powers Energies Power factor Frequency Reset energies Reset meas. history

For example, to display the current measurements, the following selections must be made: Key to be pressed
1 x 2 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR122/P Measurements Currents

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14.5 History
The history of the openings for protection tripped, events and some statistical information on release openings, are displayed under the history menu. For example, to display the history of the openings (trip history), the following selections must be made: Key to be pressed
1 x 3 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR122/P History Trip history

14.6 Configurations/parameters
The configurations and parameters of the release can be displayed and even changed. 14.6.1 Configurations The configuration parameters available are divided into: 1. Circuit breaker 2. Hardware trip 3. Mains frequency 4. Meas. int. (Measurement interval) 5. Local bus an. Th. (Local bus analogue threshold) 6. Startup curr. Th. (startup current threshold) 7. Harmonic distortion 8. Modules 9. Local bus unit 10. Data logger 11. System For example, starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR122/P Config./Parameters Configurations Circuit breaker Neutral protection

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the screen that displays the configuration parameters of the neutral protection is entered and the following screen appears:

Neutral protection Enable: ON [OFF] Threshold: 50 [...]%


Pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking). Using the keys and , the cursor is positioned on the desired parameter and the keys and are used to change the value of the parameters within the allowed range. 14.6.2 Local bus unit From the CONFIGURATIONS menu, it is possible to set the parameters for operation of the relay unit on the local bus, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 3 ...

Item selected
Operating mode PR122/P Config./Parameters Configurations Local bus unit ...

Now, one of the following items can be selected: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Fitted Relay 1 Relay 2 Relay 3 Relay 4 Relay 6 Relay 7 Relay 8

By selecting "Fitted", unit fitted/not fitted can be set on the local bus. Selecting Relay x the configuration parameters of relay x on the local bus unit are read/set, for example selecting: Key to be pressed
... 4 1

Item selected
... Relay 3 Source

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The setting of the activation signal of relay no. 3 is displayed; pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking); the setting of the activation signal is changed using the and keys If "Custom" is selected, when ENTER is pressed the current setting is displayed, for example:

ALARM 1 4...6 L Pre-alarm L Timing S Timing


Where the arrows indicate which elements of the ALARM 1 block are selected. With the and keys, the previous/next screen is displayed and with the and keys, the selected element is activated/deactivated (the arrow next to the element is displayed/removed). There are 18 blocks, each of which is made up of eight elements and is displayed in three consecutive screens; up to 8 elements may be activated for each block. On the last screen of each block, it is possible to define the AND/OR logic applied to the selected elements and the minimum release activation time. 14.6.3 Parameters The protection parameters are divided into: 1. L prot. 2. S prot. 3. I prot. 4. G prot. 5. Ext G prot. 6. U prot. 7. T prot. 8. LC1 prot. 9. LC2 prot. 10. Iw prot. 11. RC prot. 12. MCR prot. 13. UV prot. 14. OV prot. 15. RV prot. 16. RP prot. 17. UF prot. 18. OF prot.

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For example, selecting: Key to be pressed


1 x 4 2 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR122/P Config./Parameters Parameters Protection L

the screen that displays the parameters of protection L is entered and the following screen appears:

L prot t=k/i2 [...] Threshold: x.xx In Time: x.xx s Thermal mem: ON [OFF]
Pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking). Using the keys and , the cursor is positioned on the desired parameter and the keys and are used to change the value of the parameters within the allowed range.

14.7 Information
On this menu, some information on the protection unit and the circuit breaker can be viewed. The menu is divided into: 1. 2. 3. 4. Protection unit Circuit breaker Download info 1 Download info 2

For example, starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 5 2 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR122/P Information Circuit breaker

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the screen that displays information on circuit breaker is entered:

Device: E1B800/4P CT curr.rating: xxxxA sn: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Pressing the keys and , the next/previous screen is displayed:

Install: xx/xx/xxxx Maint: xx/xx/xxxx

Starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed


1 x 5 2 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR122/P Information Download info 1

A file is created containing a first set of information and is saved in a non-volatile memory of the PR010/T unit. User is requested to enter some report heading information, in particular date, time, operator' s name and CB serial number. The file so created can be downloaded on a PC using the same procedure to download a standard test report. Use the Download info 2 command mode to download another set of useful information. To save the above information, make space available in the memory by erasing any reports that may have been previously stored. One set of information at a time can be saved, making space available (erasing the report) prior to storing the next set; e.g. when all information is to be downloaded (download info 1 and download info 2): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Erase any stored reports to make space available in the non-volatile memory Perform download 1 Download the related file on PC Erase the report Perform download 2 Download the related file on PC Erase the report to make space available for the next test report, if any

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14.8 Status
On this menu, any signals of errors concerning configuration/wiring of the protection unit and of the circuit breaker, can be viewed. In particular, one or more of the following messages may be displayed: 1. No alarm 2. L1 Sensor error 3. L2 Sensor error 4. L3 Sensor error 5. Ne Sensor error 6. ExtG sensor error 7. TC disconnected 8. Rating Plug error 9. Installation error 10. Device error 11. Invalid Date 12. Configuration error 13. CB status error Refer to the release user manual for the solution of the errors indicated.

15. SACE PR123/P protection release

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15.1 Operating mode menu tree


PR123 UNIT
1. Test 2. Measurements 3. History 4. Config./Param. 5. Information 6. Status

1. Test
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Run automatic test Run manual test Run trip test Run signalling module autotest Force output S zone sel. Force output G zone sel. Release outputs zone sel. Run Rc test Test report Test report

note 1

2. Measurements
1. 2. 3. 4. Display currents Display peak factors Display voltages Powers 1. Display active power 2. Display reactive power 3. Display apparent power Display energies Display power factor Display measured frequency Reset energy counters Reset measurement history

5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

3. History
1. Display trip history 2. Display events 3. Statistics 1. Display contact wear 2. Display total no. of prot. trips 3. Display total no. of prot. trips 4. Display no. of manual operations 5. Display total no. prot. trips without trip fail 6. Display no. trip failures 7. Display no. trip tests

4. Config./Param.
1. CONFIGURATIONS >> 2. Protection parameters 1. Set A PARAMETERS >> 2. Set B PARAMETERS >>

5. Information
1. 2. 3. 4. Protection unit information Circuit breaker information Download info 1 Download info 2

6. Status
1. Display installation/configuration errors

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1. Circuit breaker PR123 UNIT CONFIGURATIONS 2. Hardware Trip 3. Mains freq.

4. Meas. int. 5. Local bus an. Th. 6. Startup curr. Th.

7. Dual setting 8. Harmonic distortion 9. Modules 10. Local bus unit 11. Data logger 12. System

1. Circuit breaker
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Neutral protection parameters Ground toroid protection parameters Plant config. parameters CB TAG Name User Data note 5

2. Hardware Trip 3. Mains frequency 4. Measurement storage period 5. Local Bus analogue threshold 6. Startup current activation threshold 7. Dual setting
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Enable dual setting Default setting Dual setting on CB close Dual setting on Vaux Off Set B on L Bus DI

8. Enable/disable harmonic distortion alarm 9. Modules


1. Measuring 1. Voltage transformer parameters 2. Live Neutral 3. Positive power direction 4. Warnings 1. Phase sequence configuration 2. Power factor configuration 2. Communication 1. Operating mode 2. Communication parameters 3. Signalling 1. Relay 1 1. Type of signal source 2. Display source configuration 2. Relay 2 configuration 3. Relay 3 configuration 4. Relay 4 configuration 5. Input

Display custom. type note 4 Signalling module configuration Display custom. type

10. Local bus unit


1. Local bus unit fitted 2. Relay 1 1. Type of signal source 2. Display source configuration 3. Relay 2 configuration 4. Relay 3 configuration 5. Relay 4 configuration

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1. Circuit breaker PR123 UNIT CONFIGURATIONS 2. Hardware Trip 3. Mains freq.

4. Meas. int. 5. Local bus an. Th. 6. Startup curr. Th.

7. Dual setting 8. Harmonic distortion 9. Modules 10. Local bus unit 11. Data logger 12. System

6. Relay 6 configuration 7. Relay 7 configuration 8. Relay 8 configuration

11. Data logger


1. 2. 3. 4. Data logger configuration Data logger stop event Reset data logger Stop data logger Display custom. type

12. System
1. Display clock 2. Set language

PR123 UNIT Protection par.

1. L prot. 2. S prot. 3. S2 prot. 4. D prot. 5. I prot. 6. G prot. 7. Ext G prot.

8. U prot. 9. T prot. 10. LC1 prot. 11. LC2 prot. 12. Iw prot. 13. Rc prot. 14. MCR prot.

15. UV prot. 16. OV prot. 17. RV prot. 18. RP prot. 19. UF prot. 20. OF prot

1. Protection L parameters 2. Protection S parameters 3. Protection S2 parameters 4. Protection D parameters 5. Protection I parameters 6. Protection G parameters 7. Protection Ext G parameters 8. Protection U parameters 9. Protection T parameters 10. Protection LC1 parameters 11. Protection LC2 parameters 12. Protection Iw parameters 13. Protection Rc parameters 14. Protection MCR parameters 15. Protection UV parameters 16. Protection OV parameters 17. Protection RV parameters 18. Protection RP parameters 19. Protection UF parameters 20. Protection OF parameters
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NOTES
1 2 3 4 5
Only for LSIG configuration and with residual current in the external toroid. Only when measuring module is fitted. Only when communication module is fitted. Only when signalling module is fitted. Only for LSIG configuration.

15.2 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit can be used with all SACE PR123/P releases by connecting the test unit to the protection unit by the cable provided, to be plugged in the test connector on the front. It is not necessary for the auxiliary power supply to be available in order to use the above releases with the PR010/T unit. The automatic and manual tests must be performed with the circuit breaker off while the trip test may be performed only with the circuit breaker on; in either case, the circulating currents must be null.

For PR123/P releases with a software version prior to 1.0, the following limitations must be considered: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Startup time protection S: 0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s 0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s Startup time protection S2: 0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s Startup time protection G: 0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s Startup time protection ExtG: Startup time protection D: 0.1s Time 1.5s step 0.01s Startup current activation threshold not contemplated Protection U threshold: 5% th 90% step 5% Minimum custom datalogger activation time not contemplated

WARNING

A description of the various menus is given below.

15.3 Test
By means of the PR010/T unit, some tests on the protection unit can be performed, in particular: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Automatic test Manual test Trip test Sign. mod. autotest Force S ZS output Force G ZS output Release ZS outputs Rc Test

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For example, to perform the automatic test it is necessary to follow the procedure described in the following table: Key to be pressed
1 x 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR123/P Test Automatic test

A brief description of the various tests will be given below. 15.3.1 Automatic test of the PR123/P release By the automatic test, a sequence of 13 different tests will be performed at the currents, voltages, phase shift and phases indicated in the following table: Test No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Phase L1 L2 L3 V12 V23 V31

Amplitude I [In]
3.0 5.0 10 15 0.3 3 0.3 3 5 10 15 0.0 0.4 1.3 1 1

Phase shift

V[Un]
1

30

210

For example, test no. 5 is performed by: IL1=0,3 In IL2=IL3= 0 In V12=V23=V31= 1 Un Phase shift 0 (cos=1)

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The trip times of the release in the various tests will depend on the settings of the protections; on the display, the PR010/T unit will show trip time and test result (OK, FAILED). At the end of the test, it is asked whether to record a test report which may later be downloaded on a PC. 15.3.2 Manual test The manual test allows the release trip time to be tested under the desired load condition, in particular it offers a means to select the current value in a 0.00 to 16.00 In range, the voltage value in a 0.0 to 1.3 Un range, the phase shift from -180 to +180 by 0.75 steps, and to select the phases involved in the test (L1, L2, L3, Ne, Gte, V1, V2, V3). The trip time of the release will depend on the settings of the protections; on the display, the PR010/T unit will show trip time and test result (OK, FAILED). At the end of the test, it is asked whether to record a test report which may later be downloaded on a PC. 15.3.3 Trip test By this test, a command can be sent to turn off the circuit breaker, thus checking the functionality of the protection opening system. The trip test command is accepted by the protection unit only if the circuit breaker is on. 15.3.4 Sign. mod. autotest When this item is selected, the autotest of the signalling module is launched. Refer to the signalling module manual for further information on this function. 15.3.5 Force S ZS output Activates the zone selectivity output of protection S; this command allows checking the zone selectivity function on the system. 15.3.6 Force G ZS output Activates the zone selectivity output of protection G; this command allows checking the zone selectivity function on the system. 15.3.7 Release ZS output Deactivates both zone selectivity outputs of protections S and G; this command allows checking the zone selectivity function on the system. 15.3.8 Rc Test Activates the test of the protection RC. Refer to the protection manual for further information on this function.

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15.4 Measurements
The following measurements can be displayed: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Currents Peak factors Voltages Powers Energies Power factor Frequency Reset energies Reset meas. history

For example, to display the current measurements, the following selections must be made: Key to be pressed
1 x 2 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR123/P Measurements Currents

15.5 History
The history of the openings for protection tripped, events and some statistical information on release openings, are displayed under the history menu. For example, to display the history of the openings (trip history), the following selections must be made: Key to be pressed
1 x 3 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR123/P History Trip history

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15.6 Configurations/parameters
The configurations and parameters of the release can be displayed and even changed. 15.6.1 Configurations

The configuration parameters available are divided into: 1. Circuit breaker 2. Hardware trip 3. Mains freq. 4. Meas. int. (Measurement interval) 5. Local bus an. Th. (Local bus analogue threshold) 6. Startup curr. Th. (startup current threshold) 7. Dual setting 8. Harmonic distortion 9. Modules 10. Local bus unit 11. Data logger 12. System For example, starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR123/P Config./Parameters Configurations Circuit breaker Neutral protection

the screen that displays the configuration parameters of the neutral protection is entered and the following screen appears:

Neutral protection Enable: ON [OFF] Threshold: 50[...]%


Pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking). Using the keys and , the cursor is positioned on the desired parameter and the keys and are used to change the value of the parameters within the allowed range.

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15.6.1.1 Local bus unit

From the CONFIGURATIONS menu, it is possible to set the parameters for operation of the relay unit on the local bus, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 9 ...

Item selected
Operating mode PR123/P Config./Parameters Configurations Local bus unit ...

Now, one of the following items can be selected: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Fitted Relay 1 Relay 2 Relay 3 Relay 4 Relay 6 Relay 7 Relay 8

By selecting "Fitted", unit fitted/not fitted can be set on the local bus. Selecting Relay x the configuration parameters of relay x on the local bus unit are read/set, for example selecting: Key to be pressed
... 4 1

Item selected
... Relay 3 Source

The setting of the activation signal of relay no. 3 is displayed; pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking); the setting of the activation signal is changed using the and keys If "Custom" is selected, when ENTER is pressed the current setting is displayed, for example:

ALARM 1 4...6 L Pre-alarm L Timing S Timing

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Where the arrows indicate which elements of the ALARM 1 block are selected. With the and keys, the previous/next screen is displayed and with the and keys, the selected element is activated/deactivated (the arrow next to the element is displayed/removed). There are 18 blocks, each of which is made up of eight elements and is displayed in three consecutive screens; up to 8 elements may be activated for each block. On the last screen of each block, it is possible to define the AND/OR logic applied to the selected elements and the minimum release activation time. 15.6.2 Parameters The PR123/P protection unit has two alternative parameter sets, Set A and Set B; the parameter reading/programming menu contemplates choice of the set of parameters to be displayed/edited. 1. Set A 2. Set B After selecting the test on which to operate, the menu for choosing the type of protection is accessed: 1. L prot. 2. S prot. 3. S2 prot. 4. D prot. 5. I prot. 6. G prot. 7. Ext G prot. 8. U prot. 9. T prot. 10. LC1 prot. 11. LC2 prot. 12. Iw prot. 13. Rc prot. 14. MCR prot. 15. UV prot. 16. OV prot. 17. RV prot. 18. RP prot. 19. UF prot. 20. OF prot.

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For example, selecting: Key to be pressed


1 x 4 2 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR123/P Config./Parameters Parameters Set A Protection L

the screen that displays the parameters of protection L is entered and the following screen appears:

L prot t=k/i2[...] Threshold: x.xx In Time: x.xx s Thermal mem: ON[OFF]


Pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking). Using the keys and , the cursor is positioned on the desired parameter and the keys and are used to change the value of the parameters within the allowed range.

15.7 Information
On this menu, some information on the protection unit and the circuit breaker can be viewed. The menu is divided into: 1. 2. 3. 4. Protection unit Circuit breaker Download info 1 Download info 2

For example, starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 5

Item selected
Operating mode PR123/P Information Circuit breaker

ENTER

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the screen that displays information on circuit breaker is entered:

Device: E1B800/4P CT curr.rating:xxxxA sn: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Pressing the keys and , the next/previous screen is displayed:

Install: xx/xx/xxxx Maint: xx/xx/xxxx


Starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 5 2 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR123/P Information Download info 1

A file is created containing a first set of information and is saved in a non-volatile memory of the PR010/T unit. User is requested to enter some report heading information, in particular date, time, operator' s name and CB serial number. The file so created can be downloaded on a PC using the same procedure to download a standard test report. Use the Download info 2 command mode to download another set of useful information. To save the above information, make space available in the memory by erasing any reports that may have been previously stored. One set of information at a time can be saved, making space available (erasing the report) prior to storing the next set; e.g. when all information is to be downloaded (download info 1 and download info 2): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Erase any stored reports to make space available in the non-volatile memory Perform download 1 Download the related file on PC Erase the report Perform download 2 Download the related file on PC Erase the report to make space available for the next test report, if any

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15.8 Status
On this menu, any signals of errors concerning configuration/wiring of the protection unit and of the circuit breaker, can be viewed. In particular, one or more of the following messages may be displayed: 1. No alarm 2. L1 Sensor error 3. L2 Sensor error 4. L3 Sensor error 5. Ne Sensor error 6. ExtG sensor error 7. TC disconnected 8. Rating Plug error 9. Installation error 10. Device error 11. Invalid Date 12. Configuration error 13. CB status error Refer to the release manual for the solution of the errors signalled.

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16. SACE PR331/P protection release

16.1 Operating mode menu tree


PR331 UNIT
1. Test 2. Measurements 3. History 4. Config./Param. 5. Information 6. Status
Test report Test report

1. Test
1. 2. 3. 4. Run automatic test Run manual test Run trip test Run contact P1 autotest

2. Measurements
1. Display currents 2. Display peak factors

3. History
1. Display history 2. Display events 3. Statistics 1. Display contact wear 2. Display total no. prot. trips 3. Display no. manual operations 4. Display total no. prot. trips without trip fail 5. Display no. trip failures 6. Display no. trip tests

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PR331 UNIT

1. Test 2. Measurements 3. History 4. Config./Param. 5. Information 6. Status

4. Config./Param.
1. Configurations 1. Circuit breaker 1. Display neutral protection 2. Display plant config. 3. Display CB TAG Name 4. Display User Data 2. Hardware Trip 3. Display mains frequency 4. Contact P1 1. Type of signal source 2. Display source configuration 5. Local bus unit 1. Local bus unit fitted 2. Relay 1 1. Type of signal source 2. Display source configuration 3. Relay 2 configuration 4. Relay 3 configuration 5. Relay 4 configuration 6. Relay 6 configuration 7. Relay 7 configuration 8. Relay 8 2. Parameters 1. Protection L parameters 2. Protection S parameters 3. Protection I parameters 4. Protection G parameters 5. Protection MCR parameters

Display custom. type

Display custom. type

5. Information
1. 2. 3. 4. Protection unit information Circuit breaker information Download info 1 Download info 2

6. Status
1. Display installation/configuration errors

16.2 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit can be used with all SACE PR331/P releases by connecting the test unit to the protection unit with the cable provided, to be plugged in the test connector on the front. It is not necessary for the auxiliary power supply to be available in order to use the above releases with the PR010/T unit. The automatic and manual tests must be performed with the circuit breaker off while the trip test may be performed only with the circuit breaker on; in either case, the circulating currents must be null.

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A description of the various menus is given below.

16.3 Test
By means of the PR010/T unit, some tests on the protection unit can be performed, in particular: 1. 2. 3. 4. Automatic test Manual test Trip test Contact P1 autotest

For example, to perform the automatic test it is necessary to follow the procedure described in the following table: Key to be pressed
1 x 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR331/P Test Automatic test

A brief description of the various tests will be given below. 16.3.1 Automatic test of the PR331/P release By the automatic test, a sequence of 7 different tests will be performed at the currents and phases indicated in the following table. Test No. L1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Phase L2 L3

Value

0.3 In 3.0 In 5.0 In 10.0 In 15.0 In 0.3 In 3.0 In

The trip times of the release in the various tests will depend on the settings of the protections; on the display, the PR010/T unit will show trip time and test result (OK, FAILED). At the end of the test, it is asked whether to record a test report which may later be downloaded on a PC.

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16.3.2 Manual test The manual test allows testing the release trip time under the desired load condition, in particular it offers a means to select the current value in a 0.00 to 16.00 In range, and to select the phases involved in the test (L1, L2, L3, Ne, Gte). The trip time of the release will depend on the settings of the protections; on the display, the PR010/T unit will show trip time and test result (OK, FAILED). At the end of the test, it is asked whether to record a test report which may later be downloaded on a PC. 16.3.3 Trip test By this test, a command can be sent to turn off the circuit breaker, thus checking the functionality of the protection opening system. The trip test command is accepted by the protection unit only if the circuit breaker is on. 16.3.4 Contact P1 autotest By selecting this item, contact P1 autotest is launched. Refer to the protection unit manual for further information on this function.

16.4 Measurements
The measures of the circulating currents and of the peak factors can be displayed. For example, to display the current measurements, the following selections must be made: Key to be pressed
1 x 2 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR331/P Measurements Currents

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16.5 History
The history of the openings for protection tripped, events and some statistical information on release openings, are displayed under the history menu. For example, to display the history of the openings (trip history), the following selections must be made: Key to be pressed
1 x 3 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR331/P History Trip history

16.6 Configurations/parameters
The configurations and parameters of the release can be displayed and even changed. 16.6.1 Configurations The available configuration parameters are divided into the following sub-sets: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Circuit breaker Hardware trip Mains frequency Contact P1 Local bus unit

For example, starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR331/P Config./Parameters Configurations Circuit breaker Neutral protection

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the screen that displays the configuration parameters of the neutral protection is entered and the following screen appears:

Neutral protection Enable: ON [OFF] Threshold: 50 [...]%


Pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking). Using the keys and , the cursor is positioned on the desired parameter and the keys and are used to change the value of the parameters within the allowed range.

16.6.1.1 Contact P1 The parameters related to operation of relay P1 on the PR331 unit can be set from the CONFIGURATIONS menu by selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 3 ...

Item selected
Operating mode PR331/P Config./Parameters Configurations Contact P1 ...

Now, one of the following items can be selected: 1. Source 2. Configuration By selecting "Source", relay P1 configuration parameters are set. The setting of the activation signal of relay P1 is displayed; pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking); the setting of the activation signal is changed using the and keys If "Custom" is selected, when ENTER is pressed the current setting is displayed, for example:

ALARM 1 4...6 L Pre-alarm L Timing S Timing

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Where the arrows indicate which elements of the ALARM 1 block are selected. With the and keys, the previous/next screen is displayed and with the and keys, the selected element is activated/deactivated (the arrow next to the element is displayed/removed). There are 18 blocks, each of which is made up of eight elements and is displayed in three consecutive screens; up to 8 elements may be activated for each block. On the last screen of each block, it is possible to define the AND/OR logic applied to the selected elements and the minimum release activation time.

16.6.1.2 Local bus unit From the CONFIGURATIONS menu, it is possible to set the parameters for operation of the relay unit on the local bus, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 4 ...

Item selected
Operating mode PR331/P Config./Parameters Configurations Local bus unit ...

Now, one of the following items can be selected: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Fitted Relay 1 Relay 2 Relay 3 Relay 4 Relay 6 Relay 7 Relay 8

By selecting "Fitted", unit fitted/not fitted can be set on the local bus. Selecting Relay x the configuration parameters of relay x on the local bus unit are read/set, for example selecting: Key to be pressed
... 4 1

Item selected
... Relay 3 Source

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The setting of the activation signal of relay no. 3 is displayed; pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking); the setting of the activation signal is changed using the and keys If "Custom" is selected, when ENTER is pressed the current setting is displayed, for example:

ALARM 1 4...6 L Pre-alarm L Timing S Timing


Where the arrows indicate which elements of the ALARM 1 block are selected. With the and keys, the previous/next screen is displayed and with the and keys, the selected element is activated/deactivated (the arrow next to the element is displayed/removed). There are 18 blocks, each of which is made up of eight elements and is displayed in three consecutive screens; up to 8 elements may be activated for each block. On the last screen of each block, it is possible to define the AND/OR logic applied to the selected elements and the minimum release activation time. 16.6.2 Parameters The protection parameters are divided into: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. protection L protection S protection I protection G protection MCR

For example, selecting: Key to be pressed


1 x 4 2 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR331/P Config./Parameters Parameters Protection L

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the screen that displays the parameters of protection L is entered and the following screen appears:

L prot t=k/i2 [...] Threshold: x.xx In Time: x.xx s Thermal mem: ON [OFF]
Pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking). Using the keys and , the cursor is positioned on the desired parameter and the keys and are used to change the value of the parameters within the allowed range.

16.7 Information
On this menu, some information on the protection unit and the circuit breaker can be viewed; in addition, two files can be created (Download info 1 and Download info 2) to be sent to ABB SACE when assistance is required. The menu is divided into: 1. 2. 3. 4. Protection unit Circuit breaker Download info 1 Download info 2

For example, starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 5 2 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR331/P Information Circuit breaker

the screen that displays information on circuit breaker is entered:

Device: E1B800/4P CT curr. rating: xxxxA sn: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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Pressing the keys

and

, the next/previous screen is displayed:

Install: xx/xx/xxxx Maint: xx/xx/xxxx

Starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed


1 x 5 2 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR331/P Information Download info 1

A file is created containing a first set of information and is saved in a non-volatile memory of the PR010/T unit. User is requested to enter some report heading information, in particular date, time, operator' s name and CB serial number. The file so created can be downloaded on a PC using the same procedure to download a standard test report. Use the Download info 2 command mode to download another set of useful information.

To save the above information, make space available in the memory by erasing any reports that may have been previously stored. One set of information at a time can be saved, making space available (erasing the report) prior to storing the next set; e.g. when all information is to be downloaded (download info 1 and download info 2): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Erase any stored reports to make space available in the non-volatile memory Perform download 1 Download the related file on PC Erase the report Perform download 2 Download the related file on PC Erase the report to make space available for the next test report, if any

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16.8 Status
On this menu, any signals of errors concerning configuration/wiring of the protection unit and of the circuit breaker, can be viewed. In particular, one or more of the following messages may be displayed: 1. No alarm 2. L1 Sensor error 3. L2 Sensor error 4. L3 Sensor error 5. Ne Sensor error 6. ExtG sensor error 7. TC disconnected 8. Rating Plug error 9. Installation error 10. Device error 11. Invalid Date 12. Configuration error 13. CB status error Refer to the release user manual for the solution of the errors indicated.

17. SACE PR332/P protection release

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17.1 Operating mode menu tree


PR332 UNIT
1. Test 2. Measurements 3. History 4. Config./Param. 5. Information 6. Status

1. Test
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Run automatic test Run manual test Run trip test Run contact P1 autotest Force output S zone sel. Force output G zone sel. Release outputs zone sel. Run Rc test Test report Test report

note 1

2. Measurements
1. 2. 3. 4. Display currents Display peak factors Display voltages Powers 1. Display active power 2. Display reactive power 3. Display apparent power Display energies Display power factor Display measured frequency Reset energy counters Reset measurement history

5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

3. History
1. Display trip history 2. Display events 3. Statistics 1. Display contact wear 2. Display total no. of prot. trips 3. Display total no. of operations 4. Display no. of manual operations 5. Display total no. of prot. trips without trip fail 6. Display no. of trip fails 7. Display no. of trip tests

4. Config./Param.
1. CONFIGURATIONS >> 2. PARAMETERS >>

5. Information
1. 2. 3. 4. Protection unit information Circuit breaker information Download info 1 Download info 2

6. Status
1. Display installation/configuration errors

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1. Circuit breaker PR332 UNIT CONFIGURATIONS 2. Hardware Trip 3. Mains freq.

4. Meas. int. 5. Local bus an. Th. 6. Startup curr. Th.

7. Harmonic distortion 8. Modules 9. Contact P1 10. Local bus unit 11. Data logger 12. System

1. Circuit breaker
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Neutral protection parameters Ground toroid protection parameters Plant config. parameters CB TAG Name User Data note 1

2. Hardware Trip 3. Mains frequency 4. Measurement storage period 5. Local Bus analogue threshold 6. Startup current activation threshold 7. Enable/disable harmonic distortion alarm 8. Modules
1. Measuring 1. Voltage transformer parameters 2. Live Neutral 3. Positive power direction 2. Communication 1. Operating mode 2. Communication parameters note 2 Display custom. type Display custom. type Display custom. type note 3

9. Contact P1
1. Type of signal source 2. Display source configuration

10. Local bus unit


1. Local bus unit fitted 2. Relay 1 1. Type of signal source 2. Display source configuration 3. Relay 2 configuration 4. Relay 3 configuration 5. Relay 4 configuration 6. Relay 6 configuration 7. Relay 7 configuration 8. Relay 8 configuration

11. Data logger


1. 2. 3. 4. Data logger configuration Data logger stop event Reset data logger Stop data logger

12. System
1. Display clock 2. Set language

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PR332 UNIT Protection par.

1. L prot. 2. S prot. 3. I prot. 4. G prot. 5. Ext G prot. 6. U prot.

7. T prot. 8. LC1 prot. 9. LC2 prot. 10. Iw prot. 11. Rc prot. 12. MCR prot.

13. UV prot. 14. OV prot. 15. RV prot. 16. RP prot. 17. UF prot. 18. OF prot

1. Protection L parameters 2. Protection S parameters 3. Protection I parameters 4. Protection G parameters 5. Protection Ext G parameters 6. Protection U parameters 7. Protection T parameters 8. Protection LC1 parameters 9. Protection LC2 parameters 10. Protection Iw parameters 11. Protection Rc parameters 12. Protection MCR parameters 13. Protection UV parameters 14. Protection OV parameters 15. Protection RV parameters 16. Protection RP parameters 17. Protection UF parameters 18. Protection OF parameters
note 2 note 2 note 2 note 2 note 2 note 2 note 1 note 6 note 6 note 5

NOTES 1 Only for LSIG (with measuring module) or LSIRc configuration and with residual current in the
external toroid.

2 Only when measuring module is fitted. 3 Only when communication module is fitted. 4 Only when signalling module is fitted.
5 Only for LSI or LSIG or LSIRc configuration. 6 Only for LSIG configuration.

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17.2 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit may be used with all SACE PR332/P releases connecting the test unit to the protection unit by means of a special cable to the functional test connector. It is not necessary for the auxiliary power supply to be available in order to use the above releases with the PR010/T unit. The automatic and manual tests must be performed with the circuit breaker off while the trip test may be performed only with the circuit breaker on; in either case the circulating currents must be null.

A description of the various menus is given below.

17.3 Test
By means of the PR010/T unit, some tests on the protection unit can be performed, in particular: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Automatic test Manual test Trip test Contact P1 autotest Force S ZS output Force G ZS output Release ZS outputs Rc Test

For example, to perform the automatic test it is necessary to follow the procedure described in the following table: Key to be pressed
1 x 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR332/P Test Automatic test

A brief description of the various tests will be given below.

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17.3.1 Automatic test of the PR332/P release When the PR330/V measuring module is not fitted: by the automatic test, a sequence of 7 different tests will be performed at the currents and phases indicated in the following table: Test No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Phase L1 L2 L3

Value

0.3 In 3.0 In 5.0 In 10.0 In 15.0 In 0.3 In 3.0 In

When the PR330/V measuring module is fitted: by the automatic test, a sequence of 13 different tests will be performed at the currents, voltages, phase shift and phases indicated in the following table: Test No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Phase L1 L2 L3 V12 V23 V31

Amplitude I [In]
3.0 5.0 10 15 0.3 3.0 0.3 3.0 5.0 10 15 0.0 0.4 1.3 1.0 1.0

Phase shift

V[Un]
1.0

30

210

---

For example, test no. 5 is performed by: IL=0,3 In IL2=IL3=0 In

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V12=V23=V31=1 Un Phase shift 0 (cos=1) The trip times of the release in the various tests will depend on the settings of the protections; on the display, the PR010/T unit will show trip time and test result (OK, FAILED). At the end of the test, it is asked whether to record a test report which may later be downloaded on a PC. 17.3.2 Manual test The manual test allows the release trip time to be tested under the desired load condition, in particular it offers a means to select the current value in a 0.00 to 16.00 In range, the voltage value in a 0.0 to 1.3 Un range, the phase shift from -180 to +180 by 0.75 steps, and to select the phases involved in the test (L1, L2, L3, Ne, Gte, V1, V2, V3). The trip time of the release will depend on the settings of the protections; on the display, the PR010/T unit will show trip time and test result (OK, FAILED). At the end of the test, it is asked whether to record a test report which may later be downloaded on a PC. 17.3.3 Trip test By this test, a command can be sent to turn off the circuit breaker, thus checking the functionality of the protection opening system. The trip test command is accepted by the protection unit only if the circuit breaker is on. 17.3.4 Contact P1 autotest By selecting this item, contact P1 autotest is launched. Refer to the protection unit manual for further information on this function. 17.3.5 Force S ZS output Activates the zone selectivity output of protection S; this command allows checking the zone selectivity function on the system. 17.3.6 Force G ZS output Activates the zone selectivity output of protection G; this command allows checking the zone selectivity function on the system. 17.3.7 Release ZS output Deactivates both zone selectivity outputs of protections S and G; this command allows checking the zone selectivity function on the system.

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17.3.8 Rc Test Activates the test of the protection RC. Refer to the protection manual for further information on this function.

17.4 Measurements
The following measurements can be displayed: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Currents Peak factors Voltages Powers Energies Power factor Frequency Reset energies Reset meas. history

For example, to display the current measurements, the following selections must be made: Key to be pressed
1 x 2 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR332/P Measurements Currents

17.5 History
The history of the openings for protection tripped, events and some statistical information on release openings, are displayed under the history menu. For example, to display the history of the openings (trip history), the following selections must be made: Key to be pressed
1 x 3 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR332/P History Trip history

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17.6 Configurations/parameters
The configurations and parameters of the release can be displayed and even changed. 17.6.1 Configurations The configuration parameters available are divided into: 1. Circuit breaker 2. Hardware trip 3. Mains frequency 4. Meas. int. (Measurement interval) 5. Local bus an. Th. (Local bus analogue threshold) 6. Startup curr. Th. (startup current threshold) 7. Harmonic distortion 8. Modules 9. Contact P1 10. Local bus unit 11. Data logger 12. System For example, starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR332/P Config./Parameters Configurations Circuit breaker Neutral protection

the screen that displays the configuration parameters of the neutral protection is entered and the following screen appears:

Neutral protection Enable: ON [OFF] Threshold: 50 [...]%


Pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking). Using the keys and , the cursor is positioned on the desired parameter and the keys and are used to change the value of the parameters within the allowed range.

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17.6.1.1 Contact P1 The parameters related to operation of relay P1 on the PR332 unit can be set from the CONFIGURATIONS menu by selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 3 ...

Item selected
Operating mode PR332/P Config./Parameters Configurations Contact P1 ...

Now, one of the following items can be selected: 1. Source 2. Configuration By selecting "Source", relay P1 configuration parameters are set. The setting of the activation signal of relay P1 is displayed; pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking); the setting of the activation signal is changed using the and keys If "Custom" is selected, when ENTER is pressed the current setting is displayed, for example:

ALARM 1 4...6 L Pre-alarm L Timing S Timing


Where the arrows indicate which elements of the ALARM 1 block are selected. With the and keys, the previous/next screen is displayed and with the and keys, the selected element is activated/deactivated (the arrow next to the element is displayed/removed). There are 18 blocks, each of which is made up of eight elements and is displayed in three consecutive screens; up to 8 elements may be activated for each block. On the last screen of each block, it is possible to define the AND/OR logic applied to the selected elements and the minimum release activation time.

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17.6.2 Local bus unit From the CONFIGURATIONS menu, it is possible to set the parameters for operation of the relay unit on the local bus, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 3 ...

Item selected
Operating mode PR332/P Config./Parameters Configurations Local bus unit ...

Now, one of the following items can be selected: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Fitted Relay 1 Relay 2 Relay 3 Relay 4 Relay 6 Relay 7 Relay 8

By selecting "Fitted", unit fitted/not fitted can be set on the local bus. Selecting Relay x the configuration parameters of relay x on the local bus unit are read/set, for example selecting: Key to be pressed
... 4 1

Item selected
... Relay 3 Source

The setting of the activation signal of relay no. 3 is displayed; pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking); the setting of the activation signal is changed using the and keys If "Custom" is selected, when ENTER is pressed the current setting is displayed, for example:

ALARM 1 4...6 L Pre-alarm L Timing S Timing

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Where the arrows indicate which elements of the ALARM 1 block are selected. With the and keys, the previous/next screen is displayed and with the and keys, the selected element is activated/deactivated (the arrow next to the element is displayed/removed). There are 18 blocks, each of which is made up of eight elements and is displayed in three consecutive screens; up to 8 elements may be activated for each block. On the last screen of each block, it is possible to define the AND/OR logic applied to the selected elements and the minimum release activation time. 17.6.3 Parameters The protection parameters are divided into: 1. L prot. 2. S prot. 3. I prot. 4. G prot. 5. Ext G prot. 6. U prot. 7. T prot. 8. LC1 prot. 9. LC2 prot. 10. Iw prot. 11. RC prot. 12. MCR prot. 13. UV prot. 14. OV prot. 15. RV prot. 16. RP prot. 17. UF prot. 18. OF prot. For example, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 2 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR332/P Config./Parameters Parameters Protection L

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the screen that displays the parameters of protection L is entered and the following screen appears:

L prot t=k/i2 [...] Threshold: x.xx In Time: x.xx s Thermal mem: ON [OFF]
Pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking). Using the keys and , the cursor is positioned on the desired parameter and the keys and are used to change the value of the parameters within the allowed range.

17.7 Information
On this menu, some information on the protection unit and the circuit breaker can be viewed. The menu is divided into: 1. 2. 3. 4. Protection unit Circuit breaker Download info 1 Download info 2

For example, starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 5 2 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR332/P 3 Information Circuit breaker

the screen that displays information on circuit breaker is entered:

Device: E1B800/4P CT curr. rating:xxxxA sn: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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Pressing the keys

and

, the next/previous screen is displayed:

Install: xx/xx/xxxx Maint: xx/xx/xxxx

Starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed


1 x 5 2 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR332/P Information Download info 1

A file is created containing a first set of information and is saved in a non-volatile memory of the PR010/T unit. User is requested to enter some report heading information, in particular date, time, operator' s name and CB serial number. The file so created can be downloaded on a PC using the same procedure to download a standard test report. Use the Download info 2 command mode to download another set of useful information.

To save the above information, make space available in the memory by erasing any reports that may have been previously stored. One set of information at a time can be saved, making space available (erasing the report) prior to storing the next set; e.g. when all information is to be downloaded (download info 1 and download info 2): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Erase any stored reports to make space available in the non-volatile memory Perform download 1 Download the related file on PC Erase the report Perform download 2 Download the related file on PC Erase the report to make space available for the next test report, if any

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17.8 Status
On this menu, any signals of errors concerning configuration/wiring of the protection unit and of the circuit breaker, can be viewed. In particular, one or more of the following messages may be displayed: 1. No alarm 2. L1 Sensor error 3. L2 Sensor error 4. L3 Sensor error 5. Ne Sensor error 6. ExtG sensor error 7. TC disconnected 8. Rating Plug error 9. Installation error 10. Device error 11. Invalid Date 12. Configuration error 13. CB status error Refer to the release user manual for the solution of the errors indicated.

18. SACE PR333/P protection release

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18.1 Operating mode menu tree


PR333 UNIT
1. Test 2. Measurements 3. History 4. Config./Param. 5. Information 6. Status

1. Test
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Run automatic test Run manual test Run trip test Run contact P1 autotest Force output S zone sel. Force output G zone sel. Release outputs zone sel. Run Rc test Test report Test report

note 1

2. Measurements
1. 2. 3. 4. Display currents Display peak factors Display voltages Powers 1. Display active power 2. Display reactive power 3. Display apparent power Display energies Display power factor Display measured frequency Reset energy counters Reset measurement history

5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

3. History
1. Display trip history 2. Display events 3. Statistics 1. Display contact wear 2. Display total no. of prot. trips 3. Display total no. of prot. trips 4. Display no. of manual operations 5. Display total no. prot. trips without trip fail 6. Display no. trip failures 7. Display no. trip tests

4. Config./Param.
1. CONFIGURATIONS >> 2. Protection parameters 1. Set A PARAMETERS >> 2. Set B PARAMETERS >>

5. Information
1. 2. 3. 4. Protection unit information Circuit breaker information Download info 1 Download info 2

6. Status
1. Display installation/configuration errors

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1. Circuit breaker PR333 UNIT CONFIGURATIONS 2. Hardware Trip 3. Mains freq. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Meas. int. Local bus an. Th. Startup curr. Th. Dual setting

8. Harmonic distortion 9. Modules 10. Contact P1 11. Local bus unit 12. Data logger 13. System

1. Circuit breaker
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Neutral protection parameters Ground toroid protection parameters Plant config. parameters CB TAG Name User Data note 5

2. Hardware Trip 3. Mains frequency 4. Measurement storage period 5. Local Bus analogue threshold 6. Startup current activation threshold 7. Dual setting
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Enable dual setting Default setting Dual setting on CB close Dual setting on Vaux Off Set B on L Bus DI

8. Enable/disable harmonic distortion alarm 9. Modules


1. Measuring 1. Voltage transformer parameters 2. Live Neutral 3. Positive power direction 4. Warnings 1. Phase sequence configuration 2. Power factor configuration 2. Communication 1. Operating mode 2. Communication parameters

10. Contact P1
1. Type of signal source 2. Display source configuration Display custom. type

11. Local bus unit


1. Local bus unit fitted 2. Relay 1 1. Type of signal source 2. Display source configuration 3. Relay 2 configuration 4. Relay 3 configuration 5. Relay 4 configuration 6. Relay 6 configuration 7. Relay 7 configuration 8. Relay 8 configuration

Display custom. type

note 3

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1. Circuit breaker PR333 UNIT CONFIGURATIONS 2. Hardware Trip 3. Mains freq. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Meas. int. Local bus an. Th. Startup curr. Th. Dual setting

8. Harmonic distortion 9. Modules 10. Contact P1 11. Local bus unit 12. Data logger 13. System

12. Data logger


1. 2. 3. 4. Data logger configuration Data logger stop event Reset data logger Stop data logger Display custom. type

13. System
1. Display clock 2. Set language

PR333 UNIT Protection par.

1. L prot. 2. S prot. 3. S2 prot. 4. D prot. 5. I prot. 6. G prot. 7. Ext G prot.

8. U prot. 9. T prot. 10. LC1 prot. 11. LC2 prot. 12. Iw prot. 13. Rc prot. 14. MCR prot.

15. UV prot. 16. OV prot. 17. RV prot. 18. RP prot. 19. UF prot. 20. OF prot

1. Protection L parameters 2. Protection S parameters 3. Protection S2 parameters 4. Protection D parameters 5. Protection I parameters 6. Protection G parameters 7. Protection Ext G parameters 8. Protection U parameters 9. Protection T parameters 10. Protection LC1 parameters 11. Protection LC2 parameters 12. Protection Iw parameters 13. Protection Rc parameters 14. Protection MCR parameters 15. Protection UV parameters 16. Protection OV parameters 17. Protection RV parameters 18. Protection RP parameters 19. Protection UF parameters 20. Protection OF parameters
note 1 note 5 note 5

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NOTES
1 2 3 4 5
Only for LSIG configuration and with residual current in the external toroid. Only when measuring module is fitted. Only when communication module is fitted. Only when signalling module is fitted. Only for LSIG configuration.

18.2 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit can be used with all SACE PR333/P releases by connecting the test unit to the protection unit by means of the cable provided, to be plugged in the test connector on the front. It is not necessary for the auxiliary power supply to be available in order to use the above releases with the PR010/T unit. The automatic and manual tests must be performed with the circuit breaker off while the trip test may be performed only with the circuit breaker on; in either case, the circulating currents must be null.

A description of the various menus is given below.

18.3 Test
By means of the PR010/T unit, some tests on the protection unit can be performed, in particular: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Automatic test Manual test Trip test Contact P1 autotest Force S ZS output Force G ZS output Release ZS outputs Rc Test

For example, to perform the automatic test it is necessary to follow the procedure described in the following table: Key to be pressed
1 x 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR333/P Test Automatic test

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A brief description of the various tests will be given below. 18.3.1 Automatic test of the PR333/P release By the automatic test, a sequence of 13 different tests will be performed at the currents, voltages, phase shift and phases indicated in the following table: Test No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Phase L1 L2 L3 V12 V23 V31

Amplitude I [In]
3.0 5.0 10 15 0.3 3 0.3 3 5 10 15 0.0 0.4 1.3 1 1

Phase shift

V[Un]
1

30

210

For example, test no. 5 is performed by: IL1=0,3 In IL2=IL3= 0 In V12=V23=V31= 1 Un Phase shift 0 (cos=1) The trip times of the release in the various tests will depend on the settings of the protections; on the display, the PR010/T unit will show trip time and test result (OK, FAILED). At the end of the test, it is asked whether to record a test report which may later be downloaded on a PC. 18.3.2 Manual test The manual test allows the release trip time to be tested under the desired load condition, in particular it offers a means to select the current value in a 0.00 to 16.00 In range, the voltage value in a 0.0 to 1.3 Un range, the phase shift from -180 to +180 by 0.75 steps, and to select the phases involved in the test (L1, L2, L3, Ne, Gte, V1, V2, V3). The trip time of the release will depend on the settings of the protections; on the display, the PR010/T unit will show trip time and test result (OK, FAILED).

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At the end of the test, it is asked whether to record a test report which may later be downloaded on a PC. 18.3.3 Trip test By this test, a command can be sent to turn off the circuit breaker, thus checking the functionality of the protection opening system. The trip test command is accepted by the protection unit only if the circuit breaker is on. 18.3.4 Contact P1 autotest By selecting this item, contact P1 autotest is launched. Refer to the protection unit manual for further information on this function. 18.3.5 Force S ZS output Activates the zone selectivity output of protection S; this command allows checking the zone selectivity function on the system. 18.3.6 Force G ZS output Activates the zone selectivity output of protection G; this command allows checking the zone selectivity function on the system. 18.3.7 Release ZS output Deactivates both zone selectivity outputs of protections S and G; this command allows checking the zone selectivity function on the system. 18.3.8 Rc Test Activates the test of the protection RC. Refer to the protection manual for further information on this function.

18.4 Measurements
The following measurements can be displayed: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Currents Peak factors Voltages Powers Energies Power factor Frequency Reset energies Reset meas. history

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For example, to display the current measurements, the following selections must be made: Key to be pressed
1 x 2 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR333/P Measurements Currents

18.5 History
The history of the openings for protection tripped, events and some statistical information on release openings, are displayed under the history menu. For example, to display the history of the openings (trip history), the following selections must be made: Key to be pressed
1 x 3 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR333/P History Trip history

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18.6 Configurations/parameters
The configurations and parameters of the release can be displayed and even changed. 18.6.1 Configurations

The configuration parameters available are divided into: 1. Circuit breaker 2. Hardware trip 3. Mains freq. 4. Meas. int. (Measurement interval) 5. Local bus an. Th. (Local bus analogue threshold) 6. Startup curr. Th. (startup current threshold) 7. Dual setting 8. Harmonic distortion 9. Modules 10. Contact P1 11. Local bus unit 12. Data logger 13. System For example, starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR333/P Config./Parameters Configurations Circuit breaker Neutral protection

the screen that displays the configuration parameters of the neutral protection is entered and the following screen appears:

Neutral protection Enable: ON [OFF] Threshold: 50[...]%

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Pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking). Using the keys and , the cursor is positioned on the desired parameter and the keys and are used to change the value of the parameters within the allowed range. 18.6.1.1 Contact P1 The parameters related to operation of relay P1 on the PR333 unit can be set from the CONFIGURATIONS menu by selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 3 ...

Item selected
Operating mode PR333/P Config./Parameters Configurations Contact P1 ...

Now, one of the following items can be selected: 1. Source 2. Configuration By selecting "Source", relay P1 configuration parameters are set. The setting of the activation signal of relay P1 is displayed; pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking); the setting of the activation signal is changed using the and keys If "Custom" is selected, when ENTER is pressed the current setting is displayed, for example:

ALARM 1 4...6 L Pre-alarm L Timing S Timing


Where the arrows indicate which elements of the ALARM 1 block are selected. With the and keys, the previous/next screen is displayed and with the and keys, the selected element is activated/deactivated (the arrow next to the element is displayed/removed). There are 18 blocks, each of which is made up of eight elements and is displayed in three consecutive screens; up to 8 elements may be activated for each block. On the last screen of each block, it is possible to define the AND/OR logic applied to the selected elements and the minimum release activation time.

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18.6.1.2 Local bus unit

From the CONFIGURATIONS menu, it is possible to set the parameters for operation of the relay unit on the local bus, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 9 ...

Item selected
Operating mode PR333/P Config./Parameters Configurations Local bus unit ...

Now, one of the following items can be selected: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Fitted Relay 1 Relay 2 Relay 3 Relay 4 Relay 6 Relay 7 Relay 8

By selecting "Fitted", unit fitted/not fitted can be set on the local bus. Selecting Relay x the configuration parameters of relay x on the local bus unit are read/set, for example selecting: Key to be pressed
... 4 1

Item selected
... Relay 3 Source

The setting of the activation signal of relay no. 3 is displayed; pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking); the setting of the activation signal is changed using the and keys If "Custom" is selected, when ENTER is pressed the current setting is displayed, for example:

ALARM 1 4...6 L Pre-alarm L Timing S Timing

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Where the arrows indicate which elements of the ALARM 1 block are selected. With the and keys, the previous/next screen is displayed and with the and keys, the selected element is activated/deactivated (the arrow next to the element is displayed/removed). There are 18 blocks, each of which is made up of eight elements and is displayed in three consecutive screens; up to 8 elements may be activated for each block. On the last screen of each block, it is possible to define the AND/OR logic applied to the selected elements and the minimum release activation time. 18.6.2 Parameters The PR333/P protection unit has two alternative parameter sets, Set A and Set B; the parameter reading/programming menu contemplates choice of the set of parameters to be displayed/edited. 1. Set A 2. Set B After selecting the test on which to operate, the menu for choosing the type of protection is accessed: 1. L prot. 2. S prot. 3. S2 prot. 4. D prot. 5. I prot. 6. G prot. 7. Ext G prot. 8. U prot. 9. T prot. 10. LC1 prot. 11. LC2 prot. 12. Iw prot. 13. Rc prot. 14. MCR prot. 15. UV prot. 16. OV prot. 17. RV prot. 18. RP prot. 19. UF prot. 20. OF prot.

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For example, selecting: Key to be pressed


1 x 4 2 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR333/P Config./Parameters Parameters Set A Protection L

the screen that displays the parameters of protection L is entered and the following screen appears:

L prot t=k/i2[...] Threshold: x.xx In Time: x.xx s Thermal mem: ON[OFF]


Pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking). Using the keys and , the cursor is positioned on the desired parameter and the keys and are used to change the value of the parameters within the allowed range.

18.7 Information
On this menu, some information on the protection unit and the circuit breaker can be viewed. The menu is divided into: 1. 2. 3. 4. Protection unit Circuit breaker Download info 1 Download info 2

For example, starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 5

Item selected
Operating mode PR333/P Information Circuit breaker

ENTER

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the screen that displays information on circuit breaker is entered:

Device: E1B800/4P CT curr.rating:xxxxA sn: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Pressing the keys and , the next/previous screen is displayed:

Install: xx/xx/xxxx Maint: xx/xx/xxxx


Starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 5 2 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR333/P Information Download info 1

A file is created containing a first set of information and is saved in a non-volatile memory of the PR010/T unit. User is requested to enter some report heading information, in particular date, time, operator' s name and CB serial number. The file so created can be downloaded on a PC using the same procedure to download a standard test report. Use the Download info 2 command mode to download another set of useful information. To save the above information, make space available in the memory by erasing any reports that may have been previously stored. One set of information at a time can be saved, making space available (erasing the report) prior to storing the next set; e.g. when all information is to be downloaded (download info 1 and download info 2): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Erase any stored reports to make space available in the non-volatile memory Perform download 1 Download the related file on PC Erase the report Perform download 2 Download the related file on PC Erase the report to make space available for the next test report, if any

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18.8 Status
On this menu, any signals of errors concerning configuration/wiring of the protection unit and of the circuit breaker, can be viewed. In particular, one or more of the following messages may be displayed: 1. No alarm 2. L1 Sensor error 3. L2 Sensor error 4. L3 Sensor error 5. Ne Sensor error 6. ExtG sensor error 7. TC disconnected 8. Rating Plug error 9. Installation error 10. Device error 11. Invalid Date 12. Configuration error 13. CB status error Refer to the release manual for the solution of the errors signalled.

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19. SACE PR232/P protection release

19.1 Operating mode menu tree


PR232 UNIT
1. Test 2. Currents 3. Trip history 4. Config./Param. 5. Information 6. Trip reset 7. Status
Test report Test report

1. Test
1. 2. 3. 4. Run automatic test Run manual test Run trip test LED autotest

2. Display currents 3. Display trip history

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PR232 UNIT

1. Test 2. Currents 3. Trip history 4. Config./Param. 5. Information 6. Trip reset 7. Status

4. Config./Param.
1. Configurations 1. Circuit breaker 1. Display neutral protection 2. Display CB TAG Name 3. Display User Data 2. HW Trip Prot. 3. Display mains frequency 2. Parameters 1. Protection L parameters 2. Protection S parameters 3. Protection I parameters

5. Information
1. Protection unit information 2. Circuit breaker information

6. Trip reset 7. Status


1. Display installation/configuration errors

19.2 Indications on operation


The SACE PR010/T unit can be used with all SACE PR232/P releases by connecting the test unit to the protection unit by means of the cable provided, to be plugged in the test connector on the front. It is not necessary for the auxiliary power supply to be available in order to use the above releases with the PR010/T unit. The automatic and manual tests must be performed with the circuit breaker off while the trip test may be performed only with the circuit breaker on; in either case, the circulating currents must be null.

A description of the various menus is given below.

19.3 Test
By means of the PR010/T unit, some tests on the protection unit can be performed, in particular: 1. 2. 3. 4. Automatic test Manual test Trip test LED autotest

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For example, to perform the automatic test it is necessary to follow the procedure described in the following table: Key to be pressed
1 x 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR232/P Test Automatic test

A brief description of the various tests will be given below.

19.3.1 Automatic test of the PR232/P release By the automatic test, a sequence of 7 different tests will be performed at the currents and phases indicated in the following table. Test No. L1
1 2 3 4 5

Phase L2 L3

Value

0.5 In 3.0 In 5.0 In 8.0 In 12.0 In

The trip times of the release in the various tests will depend on the settings of the protections; on the display, the PR010/T unit will show trip time and test result (OK, FAILED). At the end of the test, it is asked whether to record a test report which may later be downloaded on a PC. 19.3.2 Manual test The manual test allows testing of the release trip time under the desired load condition, in particular it offers a means to select the current value in a 0.00 to 16.00 In range, and to select the phases involved in the test (L1, L2, L3, Ne). The trip time of the release will depend on the settings of the protections; on the display, the PR010/T unit will show trip time and test result (OK, FAILED). At the end of the test, it is asked whether to record a test report which may later be downloaded on a PC.

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19.3.3 Trip test By this test, a command can be sent to turn off the circuit breaker, thus checking the functionality of the protection opening system. The trip test command is accepted by the protection unit only if the circuit breaker is on. 19.3.4 LED autotest By selecting this item, the LED autotest is launched which consists of all LEDs on the relay front side being switched on in sequence.

19.4 Currents
The measures of the circulating currents can be displayed. For example, to display the current measurements, the following selections must be made: Key to be pressed
1 x 2 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR232/P Currents

19.5 Trip history


The history of the openings for protection tripped is displayed under the TRIP HISTORY menu. For example, to display the history of the openings (trip history), the following selections must be made: Key to be pressed
1 x 3 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR232/P Trip history

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19.6 Configurations/parameters
the configurations and parameters of the release can be displayed and even changed. 19.6.1 Configurations The available configuration parameters are divided into the following sub-sets: 1. Circuit breaker 2. HW Trip Prot. 3. Mains frequency For example, starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 4 1 1 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR232/P Config./Parameters Configurations Circuit breaker Neutral protection

the screen that displays the configuration parameters of the neutral protection is entered and the following screen appears:

Neutral protection Threshold: 50 [...]%

Pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking). Using the keys and , the cursor is positioned on the desired parameter and the keys and are used to change the value of the parameters within the allowed range.

19.6.2 Parameters The protection parameters are divided into: 1. L Prot. 2. S Prot. 3. I Prot.

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For example, selecting: Key to be pressed


1 x 4 2 1 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR232/P Config./Parameters Parameters Protection L

the screen that displays the parameters of protection L is entered and the following screen appears:

L prot t=k/i2 [...] Threshold: x.xx In Time: x.xx s Thermal mem: ON [OFF]
Pressing the ENTER key launches editing mode (the cursor starts blinking). Using the keys and , the cursor is positioned on the desired parameter and the keys and are used to change the value of the parameters within the allowed range.

19.7 Information
On this menu, some information on the protection unit and the circuit breaker can be viewed. The menu is divided into: 1. Protection unit 2. Circuit breaker For example, starting from the main menu, selecting: Key to be pressed
1 x 5 2 ENTER

Item selected
Operating mode PR232/P Information Circuit breaker

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the screen that displays information on circuit breaker is entered: Circuit breaker

Device: E1B800/4P CT curr. rating: xxxxA sn: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Pressing the keys and , the next/previous screen is displayed: Circuit breaker

Install: xx/xx/xxxx Maint: xx/xx/xxxx

19.8 Status
On this menu, any signals of errors concerning configuration/wiring of the protection unit and of the circuit breaker, can be viewed. In particular, one or more of the following messages may be displayed: 1. No alarm 2. L1 Sensor error 3. L2 Sensor error 4. L3 Sensor error 5. Ne Sensor error 6. TC disconnected 7. Rating Plug error 8. Installation error 9. Configuration error 10. CB status error Refer to the release user manual for the solution of the errors indicated.

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