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MiCOM P740

Numerical Busbar Protection Version D

Dynamic - Synoptic Guide

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CONTENT
1. 2.
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4

INTRODUCTION SYNOPTIC MAIN WINDOW


Feeder Current Transformer Circuit Breaker Isolator

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3.
3.1 3.2 3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.3 3.2.4 3.3 3.4 3.4.1 3.4.2 3.4.3 3.4.4 3.4.5 3.5

MENU
File Device Communications Setup Open Connection to PU Open Connection to CU Open Connection to System Tools View Device Data (CU or PU) Logic values of CU Logic values of PU Analogue values of CU Analogue values of PU Help

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1.

INTRODUCTION
This tool allows monitoring the substation electrical components and analogue values in real time. This document is the user manual for the topology configurator used by the P740 numerical busbar protection. The main window is composed of three parts: The internal windows for the scheme, the logical and analogue values. The menu bar. A toolbar

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2.

SYNOPTIC MAIN WINDOW


This window is used to display the topology of the substation. The scheme is updated periodically with the information available in the device connected.

The symbols used in the synoptic are described in following chapters.


2.1 Feeder

PU not connected

PU connected

2.2

Current Transformer

PU not connected

CT Healthy

CT Fail

2.3

Circuit Breaker

PU not connected

CB closed

CB open

CB closed & Unavailable

CB open & Unavailable

CB Status Alarm

The CB is unavailable when the logic input CB Not Available is active. When the PU is in the commissioning mode 50BF disabled, the CB is unavailable too.

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2.4

Isolator

PU not connected

Qx closed

Qx open

Qx Status Alarm

If the DDB signal Qx status alarm is not used in the PSL, the isolator can be open or closed but never in alarm.

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3.

MENU

The menu is composed of 5 sub-menus: File Device Tools View Help


3.1 File

The menu File proposes the following action: Open: To open a dynamic synoptic file .dyn. No action except exit is available before the opening of a scheme. Close: To close the dynamic synoptic file Exit: To close the application
3.2 Device

The menu File proposes the following action: Communications Setup: Open Connection to PU: Open Connection to CU: Open Connection to System: To configure the communication. For a front port connection to a PU For a front port connection to the CU For a rear port connection to the CU and/or PU

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3.2.1

Communications Setup

This dialog is used to set the communications connection details as save them as a communication setup:
3.2.2

COM Port: Select the port to which the relevant device is connected. Baud Rate: Select the baud rate used.

Open Connection to PU

Open Connection to PU opens a dialog box for the address of the PU.

Enter the address of the PU then valid with OK to open the communication. If the communications is open successfully, the refresh starts automatically.
3.2.3 Open Connection to CU

Open Connection to CU opens the communication with the central unit address 6. If the communications is open successfully, the refresh starts automatically.
3.2.4 Open Connection to System

Open Connection to System opens the communication with the central unit address 6. If the communications is open successfully, the refresh starts automatically.

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3.3

Tools

The menu Tools proposes the following action: Polling Timer: To change the refresh period of all the data. If the processing time is longer than the refresh period then the process restart immediately. Start / Stop Polling: To start or stop the polling Zoom: To set the zoom magnification to normal, or to increase or to decrease it.

3.4

View

Shortcuts

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3.4.1

Device Data (CU or PU)

The information about the equipment connected is available in this window: the description and plant reference set in the settings, the model and serial number, and the software version. All these data are read from the relays.
3.4.2 Logic values of the CU

The window Logic values of CU is divided in 5 parts: Monitor bit: The value display is identical to the cell Test Port Status in the column Commissioning tests.
Trip

The first line indicated the protection which operated: 87BB, 50BF or manual tripping. The symbol is lighted in red when the trip occurred The second line indicated the tripping zone. Both trip signals, zone and protection, are maintained 5 seconds.
Alarm:

The default status of the LED is grey. When there is an alarm on the PU, the LED is lighted in yellow and the list of alarm is available in the Combo box on the right.

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Protection Status: The first line indicates which the protection is locked 87BB: When there is a blocking for a circuitry fault or a PU error or when the mode Lck Level 1 or Lck Level 2 is active 50BF: When the mode Lck Level 2 is active P740: When the mode All Prot Disabled is selected in the CU

The second line indicates which zone PU connected: The address of the PUs connected to the CU are displayed in this field (equivalent to the cell PU connected in the column PU CONF & STATUS)

3.4.3

Logic values of the PUx

The window Logic values of PU is divided in 4 parts: Monitor bit: The value display is identical to the cell Test Port Status in the column Commissioning tests. Trip: The default status of the LED is grey. When a trip occurred on the PU, the LED is changing to the red colour. There is a 5 seconds drop-off on the DDB signal Any trip to display this information. Alarm: The default status of the LED is grey. When there is an alarm on the PU, the LED is lighted in yellow and the list of alarm is available in the Combo box on the right. Protection Status: This line indicates if the PU is in service (Green = ON) or if a commissioning mode is active (Red = OFF) 50BF: In red when the mode 50BF Disabled is selected in the PU PU: In red when the mode Out of Service is selected in the PU P740: In red when the mode All Prot Disabled is selected in the CU

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3.4.4

CU Analogue values

From the CU, the differential and bias currents for the Check Zone (CZ) and all the zones (Z1 to Zx) are available. From the PU, only the currents of the connected zone are available. The display in primary or secondary value depends of the setting in the column Measurement Setup.

3.4.5

PU Analogue values

This window displays the magnitude of the currents in the PU.

3.5

Help

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