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TPU TD410

TRANSFORMER PROTECTION UNIT

APLICATION
The Transformer Protection Unit TD410
was designed for fast and selective
protection of two-winding transformers in
Distribution Substations.

FEATURES
PROTECTION

87T
50/51, 51
50/51N, 51N
86T
(87N)
(50G)

Unrestrained differential protection


(87T)
Differential protection (87T), with
harmonic restraint
High Set Overcurrent with High-Speed
tripping (50, 50N)
Low Set Overcurrent with Definite or
Inverse Time (51, 51N)
Overcurrent with Extensive Setting
Range for both Time and Current (2nd
51 and 2nd 51N)

OVERVIEW
The Transformer Protection Unit TPU TD410 is a protective
device with a full-integrated design. It is based on modern
digital technology and it complies with International Quality
Standards. With four central processing units, the TPU TD410
is certified as complying with the latest IEC Standards concerning electromagnetic compatibility.
The TPU TD410 performs a wide range of protective functions.
Provided with many user-programmable options, it features
good accuracy in the setting of the current and voltage
thresholds, timings, and time-current functions. All protective
settings are independent. Two sets of parameters for each
protective function are available. All protective functions have
demanding security and speed constrains. As an example, the
differential function makes the amplitude matching of the
currents (according to the CT ratios of both sides), the proper
phase adjustments and eliminates the zero-sequence
component of the currents.

Restricted earth fault protection (87N)


option
Tank Overcurrent protection (50G) option
2 Setting sets
MONITORING

Circuit breaker close lock (86T)

Measurement of the RMS values of the


two winding-currents, differentialcurrent and its second and fifth
harmonics.

Data-logging with 1 ms time-tagging

10 seconds of currents oscillography

Self-Tests and watch dog

9 independent Contact Inputs

The graphic display in the frontal panel represents a synoptic


with the panel complete state. In the frontal panel there are
also several functional keys that allow an easy command or
change of the panel working mode.

5 independent Contact Outputs

It can be expanded up to 41 binary


Inputs and 17 binary Outputs

As a terminal unity, the TPU TD410 features accurate


measures of the differential and through-current for each
phase and for both sides of the transformer, as well as a set of
monitoring functions, including oscillography and datalogging. These functions support the integration of the TPU
TD410 as a remote unity of the Supervisory Control and Data
Acquisition Systems of EFACEC-SE for Substations, while still
providing a link to PC.

INTERFACES
Passwords for Security Access

Serial link RS232 for PC connection

Linkable to a Local Area Network using


LON TALK or ETHERNET

APCER
CERTIFICADO
N.96/CEP.404
SISTEMA PORTUGUS
DA QUALIDADE
NP EN ISO 9002

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TPU TD410

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Power Systems Automation and Telecontrol

PROTECTIVE RELAYING
Two-windings transformer
differential protection (87T)
The transformers differential protection is a fast and selective relaying function aimed at protecting transformers and at isolating
them from the Power System
when internal faults arise.
Adapting the sensed currents
A transformer differential protection start-up is constrained by the
value of the sensed differential
current (input current minus output current). It can also be constrained by the restraining current (image of the current flowing
through the transformer). Therefore, it is very important to use
the real values of those currents
which, as a rule, do not equal the
sensed currents.
The TPU TD410 assures a perfect
compensation for the sensed currents, in such a way that the differential current image is zero for
all the load and external fault
situations.
Therefore, the computation of the
differential and the restraining
currents includes a few compensations, to avoid false differential
as well as false restraining currents resulting from unbalances
between HV and MV. Those compensations depend on the transformer type and on the connected
CTs, and aim at:
Eliminating any zero current circulating in the transformer
windings, to avoid the tripping of
the associated overcurrent virtual relay against external
faults.
Compensating the phase difference resulting from the transformer type.
Balancing the RMS values of the
currents of different windings, to
compensate for different CT ratios in the HV and MV sides of
the transformer.
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Non restrained differential


relaying
The non restrained differential
protection function for 2-windings
transformers operates with no
delay for differential currents
greater than a set threshold, usually a threshold high enough
(larger that the maximum inrush
current).
Restrained differential relaying
The operation of the differential
protection function for 2-windings
transformers is conditioned by
comparing the value of the differential current with that of the restraining current, and also by the
2nd and the 5th harmonics.
The operating characteristic applied to compare the differential
and the restraining currents is
made up by three continuous
segments, and it shows up as follows:

TRIP
2

LOCK

Itth (to 2nd Slope)

The last segment accounts for CT


saturation with high value currents arising with external faults.
2nd and 5th harmonic restraining
The harmonic restrain is applied
to avoid spurious tripping of the
differential protection, for high
magnetising currents. It is a traditional and well proved way to
recognise those currents.
The harmonic restrain works as
usually: it locks the protection operation with the 2nd harmonic in
the differential current for inrush
currents, and it locks it with the
5th harmonic for overfluxing resulting from either overvoltage or
underfrequency situations
The constrain is done by comparing the harmonic RMS values
to the RMS value of the fundamental frequency component in
the differential currents. This
comparison is done for every
phase but is locking is performed
also for different phases.

Idif

Imin

The second segment accounts


mainly for the transformer tap
changing, as well as for any inaccuracy in the CTs and the relay itself.

Irest

The differential and the restraining currents are computed according to the following expressions:

Restricted Earth Fault


Protection for the LV side
(87N) - option

IREST = | IHV + IMV |

The TPU TD410 provides for the


LV side of the transformer an
instantaneous
earth
current
differential protection for solidly or
low impedance earthed systems.

These currents have already been


compensated for any mismatch
depending on the particular
transformer and CTs. The following directions are assumed:

The trip decision of this function


depends
on
the
difference
between the sum of the three
phase currents and the neutral
point current.

IDIF = IHV IMV

IHV

IMV

The first segment of the operating


characteristic is a minimum operating threshold (maximum sensitivity).
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The protection is unaffected by CT


saturation, inrush currents or
external faults.
Due to stabilise this function
against
CT
saturation,
its
differential
current
sensitivity
depends on the through-current

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of the CTs (Irest), as shown on the


picture bellow:
Idif

TRIP

1
Imin

LOCK

step
timings
for
selective
coordination
(time-lag
overcurrent). The TPU TD410 provides
both the independent and the
inverse
time
options.
These
options comply with International
Standards, which is a guaranty
for
compatibility
with
other
devices. The Standards are IEC
255-3 and IEEE 37.112 .

Irest

Up to a certain limit, stability is


guaranteed
with
a
linear
characteristic, with configurable
slope.

Tank Overcurrent
Protection, for the HV side
(50G) option
The TPU TD410 provides, as an
option for the HV side of the
transformer, the tank overcurrent
protection, which monitors the
current
between
earth
and
transformer tank. This function
trips when this current is up to
the threshold value, which one is
normally set to a very sensitive
value.
High Set Overcurrent with highspeed tripping (50, 50N)
The High Set Overcurrent function
is recommended as backup for
transformer faults and is provided
for the HV side of the transformer.
As a rule, the High Set
Overcurrent protection is targeted
for a selective coordination based
on the RMS current (cut off). In
the TPU TD410, High Sets are
independent for protection from
phase faults and from phase to
ground faults. A selective timing
can also be set.
Low Set Overcurrent with time
sets (51, 51N)
The Low Set Overcurrent function
is recommended as backup for
network faults. This protection
function is provided for the HV
side of the transformer.

Setting the Low Set Overcurrent


relays is also independent for
phase-to-phase and for ground
faults.
For the IEC complying option, the
time-current functions follow the
general expression:
top [s ] =
NI
VI
EI

aT
( Icc / I >)b 1
a=0,14=A
a=13,5=A
a=80=A

Normal Inverse time-current curves, according


to the IEC-255-3 standard

For the IEEE-complying option,


the time-current functions follow
the general expression:

c
top [s ] =
+ e TIEEE
( Icc / I >) d 1

NI c=0,0103 d=0,02 e=0,0228 A=100c


e=0,0982 A=c
VI c=3,922 d=2
d=2
e=0,02434 A=c
EI c=5,64
The TD410 Unity supports the
timed resetting option in the timeinverse operation of Low Set
Overcurrent.
Option for Timed Reset
Even
for
IEC
time-inverse
functions, the TD410 supports the
option of timed resetting, thus
approximating the replication of
the conductors cooling down.
The resetting time follows the
expression:
A
trearme [s]= ( I / I > ) 2 1

The
Low
Set
Overcurrent
protection offers sensitivity and
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b=0,02
b=1
b=2

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Very Inverse time-current curves, according to


the IEC-255-3 standard

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Extreme Inverse time-current curves, according


to the IEC-255-3 standard

Normal Inverse time-current curves, according


to the IEEE C37.112 standard

The TPU TD410 is original in


extending the timed resetting as
defined by the IEEE C37.112
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Very inverse curves for IEEE C37.112 standard

Extreme inverse curves for IEEE C37.112


standard

standard to the IEC 255-3 timecurrent curves. Thus, the user


can choose to account for the
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Normal inverse curves for timed resetting according to IEC 255-3 standard

Very inverse curves for timed resetting according to IEC 255-3 standard

usually slow cooling down of the


protected conductors after fault
elimination.

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It is worthy mentioning that the


accuracy of both the IEEE and the
IEC
time-inverse
curves
is
guaranteed for the full range of
settings.
Also, the implementation of both
standards follows the dynamic
definition
of
IEEE
37.112,
providing a definite behaviour for
time-evolving faults.
This behaviour also supports a
dynamic co-ordination between
the relay and fuses as well as
traditional Reclosers downstream
in the feeder
Definite Time Overcurrent relay
with
large
setting
ranges
(Universal Overcurrent Relay)

Extreme inverse curves for timed resetting according to IEC 255-3 standard

Timed resetting time-current curves according


to IEEE C37.112, for very inverse protection

The Low Set Overcurrent function


is recommended as backup for
network faults. This protection
function is provided for the HV
side of the transformer.
The TPU TD410 performs a
second Definite Time overcurrent
protection function, running in
parallel and independence regarding the previous protective
functions.
The large setting ranges of this
protective
function
(Universal
Definite Time overcurrent relay)
supports a set of applications:

Normal inverse curves for timed resetting


according to IEEE C37.112 standard
Timed resetting time-current curves according
to IEEE C37.112, for extreme inverse protection

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For feeders with occasional


little short-circuit capacity, in
which the operating times of
time-inverse
overcurrent
functions can feature big
delays, the Universal overcurrent protection provides a
limit for the operating time of
those
low-set
overcurrent
protective functions;

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CONTROLING FUNCTIONS
Option between a virtual image
of the zero sequence current
and the observation of the 4th
current input
The TPU TD410 is prepared to
observe the neutral current of the
HV winding of the transformer in
its 4th current input. However, the
TPU TD410 also performs by
software the computation of the
zero sequence current in that
winding, directly from the virtual
addition of the three phase currents observed at their inputs.
Universal Overcurrent protection applied to
limit overall operating times

As a matter of fact, the neutral


current transformer available frequently has a primary rated
current which is smaller than the
rated currents of the phase CT.
This fact may lead to saturation
whenever large fault currents
arise.
The virtual addition of the three
phase currents by the TPU TD410
supports the exploitation of the
extensive range of the phase
current transformers, while still
be-meting from the better accuracy reached by the 4th current
input for small currents.

Application of the Universal overcurrent relay


as a second High Set step element

As a second step of High Set


overcurrent
relaying,
coordinated in time and in
current with other High Set
overcurrent
relays
downstream in the network;
As
the
main
Low
Set
overcurrent
protection
element, with Definite Time,
the inverse time protective
element becoming available to
replicate the thermal behavior
of the feeder conductors,
particularly in the extreme
inverse option with timed
resetting.

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The TPU TD410 makes it possible


to choose the residual current
source for each one of the three
ground
fault
relays,
thus
supporting the combination of a
high sensitivity to high impedance
faults with the right observation of
strong ground fault currents.

Circuit breaker commands


The TPU TD410 supports the
command of both HV and MV
circuit breakers, both for opening
and for closing, through functional keys. These commands are
allowed either local or remotely,
and logic conditions can be
implemented, to provide full
automation.

Working modes
In the front-end 2 working modes
are established which may be
changed by pushing functional
keys. The actual working mode is
signaled by leds.
Manual/Automatic Mode
The manual mode inhibits all the
automatisms.
Local/Remote Mode
The local mode inhibits the commands that may come from LAN.

Trip circuit monitoring


The TPU TD410 uses a contact
input
aiming
to
constantly
supervise the trip circuit of the
circuit breaker when this is open.

+
CONTACT INPUT
TO MONITOR THE
TRIP CIRCUIT

TPU TD410
OPENING
ORDER

Setting Sets
The TPU TD410 supports two
complete sets of settings, which
can be fully programmed by the
user.
Switching from a set to another
can be defined by a daily schedule
or by decisions from software
logic. This feature supports the
adaptation
to
different
load
profiles or network short-circuit
capacities, as time goes.

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TRIPPING
COIL

CIRCUIT BREAKER
OPENING CONTACT

In case there is any discontinuity


in the trip circuit when the circuit
breaker is closed (it needs to
monitor the state of the circuit

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breaker), the input ceases to be


energized and an alarm is
generated.

Circuit breaker failure protection


Following an order to trip the
circuit
breaker,
the
circuit
breaker failure is verified.
If the protection does not reset
after a user-programmable time
(for example by circuit breaker
failure) a control is generated over
another equipment (for example
over
the
upstream
circuit
breaker).

Circuit breaker close lock


(86T)
The TPU TD410 blocks the HV
and MV circuit breakers close
command after a differential
protection
trip
or
another
condition indicating a transformer
internal fault, such as the
Bucholz trip monitored by the
protection. This blocking condition
remains activated until the user
sets the permission to put the
transformer in service again.
Interlocking and logical conditioning
The TPU TD410 contact inputs, as
well as a inner set of free logical
variables,
which
can
be
associated to signals to be received from the LAN and also to
the many protective functions,
can be logically combined and
associated
to
programmable
timers.
This
flexibility
in
logical
conditioning can be applied to
define, for example, additional
interlocks to circuit breaker close
lock and trip commands.

RMS values for the three


phase
and
the
ground
currents (4th input), for both
transformer windings.

RMS values for the 1st, 2nd


and 5th harmonics of the
differential currents.

These values are available either


on the TPU TD410 itself, or
remotely through a link to a local
area network and to the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition
systems of EFACEC.
The good accuracy achieved by
the
performed
measurements
usually make it possible to avoid
additional
measurement
converters.
Other
tion

measurement

informa-

The TPU TD410 monitors all the


existing contact
inputs
and
outputs, as well as a set of inner
logic variables and any change on
the
settings,
performing
an
accurate time-tagging of the
changes of state with a 1 millisecond resolution and a programmable debounce filtering time.

The peak RMS values for the


currents (1 second average)
The addition of the I2 interrupted
by each pole of the circuit
breaker, as well as the number
of its trips.
Oscillography
The TPU TD410 records and
stores the oscillography of the
phase
and
zero
sequence
currents. The total length of each
oscillography is variable although
limited to 1 second, of which 0,1
seconds are for pre-fault values. A
variable number of oscillographies
up to 10 recorded seconds are
stored with a frequency of 1000
Hz.

Measurements
The TPU TD410 provides the
following metering values from its
steady-state condition:

The good accuracy reached by the


performed
measures
usually
make
it
possible
to
avoid

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Sequence of Events Records

The TD410 also computes and


records, with time-tags:

The
oscillographies
can
be
displayed on a PC, applying a
suitable software and retrieving
the information stored in the TPU
TD410 either through a front-end
connector, or remotely through
the Supervisory Control and Data
Acquisition System of EFACEC.

MONITORING FUNCTIONS

additional measurement converters.

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The record of the events stored by


the TPU TD410 can also be displayed on a PC, applying a
suitable software package and
retrieving the information either
local or remotely.

INTERFACES
Contact inputs
The base version of TPU TD410
has nine programmable contact
inputs that are isolated from one
another.
With an expansion board, nine
(expansion board type 1) or
sixteen (expansion board type 2)
extra
programmable
contact
inputs can be added.

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This allows a maximum of 41


programmable
contact
inputs
with two extra expansion boards.
In the complementary inputs (for
example switches state, circuit
breaker open and close), if both
states are being monitored, the
invalidity state is reported if both
inputs have the same logical
value. However, only one input to
report the switches state can be
used, but, in this case, it is not
possible to report the invalidity
state.
Contact outputs
The base version of the TPU
TD410 has six independent
isolated contact outputs, of which
five are programmable.
The sixth output is double
(change over) and it is operated
by the inner Watch-dog if the
relay fails.
With an expansion board type 1
six extra programmable contact
outputs are added.
This allows a maximum of 17
programmable
contact
inputs
with two extra expansion boards.
WinProt
To make the handling of the TPU
TD410 easier and to enhance its
features, the WinProt software on
a friendly and self-exploring
Windows
environment
is
available.
WinProt not only allows the execution of any operation on the
front-end,
either
locally
or
remotely, but it also supports
more advanced functions, whose
highlights are:
To retrieve, to change and to
save all the settings of the
TPU TD410. It is also possible
to print a brief report with
those settings.
To retrieve the oscillographies
saved by the TPU TD410, and
to
display
them
with
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advanced zoom and formatting functions.


To collect and to display the
sequence of events records.
Communication
The TPU TD410 provides a fibber
optic adapter on its back, for links
to a Local Are Network, using the
communication
protocol
LON
TALK or ETHERNET.
With the Supervisory Control and
Data Acquisition systems of
EFACEC, all WinProt features are
available remotely.

Man Machine Interface


In the frontal panel is supported a
graphic display where it is
presented a synoptic with the
state of the panel that is being
protected. By functional keys it is
possible to select and command
the switches represented in the
synoptic
(if
they
are
commandable, if not TD410 only
monitories its state).

the transformer measures relation


and to visualise informations.
The pursued philosophy regarding
the setting and command security
is that everyone can access all the
information. However, no one can
change
values
without
a
password.
The TPU TD410 has two security
levels. The first one only allows
the change of the setting of the
monitoring functions. The second
level allows the change of the
settings
of
the
protection
functions.
After leaving an option level of the
menu, the changes have to be
confirmed; otherwise, they will not
become effective. Not confirming
those changes in 5 minutes after
leaving the menu level will reset
all the parameters to the original
values.

The possible synoptics are chosen


from a set, by selecting the one
that better fits to the panel where
is associated the TD410.
By functional keys it is possible to
change the panel working mode
as well.
In an alarm window, in which the
alarms are there until they are
recognised it is possible to
recognise any incident in that
panel.
The TD410 still supports a menu
mode where it is possible to
parameterise
the
protection
functions, to programme the
inputs and outputs, to command
the circuit breaker, to configure
Set Protections
Set Automation
Configure I / O
Other Configuration
Data-Logger
Measurements
Other Information
Set Data and Time
Insert Password
Cancel Up

CB Information

Sum I ^2 A = 0.00 KA2


Sum I ^2 B = 0.00 KA2
Sum I ^2 C = 0.00 KA2
Trip Count : 236
Clear Total I ^2
Clear Trip Count

Down

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Cancel Up

Down

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L/R Local/Remote working mode selection

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M/A - Manual/Automatic working mode selection


ON

Leitura das medidas


Corrente
Corrente IR
IR
Corrente IR
Corrente IS
Corrente IT
I0 Terra
Tenso UR
Tenso US
Tenso UT
Tenso U0
Tenso URS
Tenso UST
Tenso UTR
Frequncia
P. Activa

CLR

L/R
M/A

CLR Recognise alarm signalling (supervision and command


mode)

LAN

SEL Selection of the switches to be operated (supervision and


command mode)

IR = 103.2 A

SEL

Local
Remote
Normal
Emerg
60 Hz In=5A
38-138 V=

I Switches close order (supervision and command mode)

O Switches open order (supervision and command mode)

/ - Navigation keys (menu mode)


E Accept option or entry in a submenu (menu mode)

C Cancel an option or exit of a submenu (menu mode)

AVAILABLE VERSIONS

Version

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Transformer
differential (87T)

Phase overcurrent (50/51)

Earth-fault
overcurrent
(50/51N)

TD410 - B

TD410 - R

TD410 - C

TD410 - RC

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Restricted earthfault (87N)

Tank overcurrent
(50G)

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ORDERING FORM
TPU TD410

VERSION
TPU TD410 B

TPU TD410 R

TPU TD410 C

TPU TD410 RC
RATED

CURRENT

ON

Hz -

PHASE

5A
1A

CURRENT

A,

RC

CURRENT TRANSFORMERS

RATED

A/Io

ON

5
1
NEUTRAL

CURRENT TRANSFORMERS

1A
0,2 A

1
0,2

POWER FREQUENCY
50 Hz
60 Hz

50
60

LANGUAGE
Portuguese
English
French

PT
UK
FR

SUPPLY VOLTAGE
19 .. 53 V cc
38 .. 138 V cc
90 .. 280 V cc

A
B
C

1ST EXPANSION BOARD


Type 1 (9I + 6O)
Type 2 (16I)
Absent

1
2
0

2ND EXPANSION BOARD


Type 1 (9I + 6O)
Type 2 (16I)
Absent

1
2
0

COMMUNICATION BOARD
Present
Absent

X
0

Example:
TPU TD410 - B

I 1 A / Io 0,2 A, 50 Hz PT _ B12X

TPU TD410 with basic configuration (differential and phase overcurrent protection) 5A rated current in phases
and 1 A in the neutral current input, 50 Hz. The man machine interface is in English. The unity is feed in a 38
to 138 V range and has an expansion board type 1, another expansion board type 2 (a total of 34 inputs and
11 outputs) and a communications board.
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CONNECTION DIAGRAM
A

A
B
C

IPA

UAUX

IPB

IPC

IN 1

IPN

IN 2

IN 3

ISN

IN 4

IN 5

ISA

IN 6

ISB

IN 7

ISC

WATCHDOG
WA
WB WC

IN 8

IN 9

OUT 1
A

IN 41

K3

K1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

OUT 3
B

OUT 4
B

OUT 5
B

INTERFACE

K5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

IPA1
IPA2
IPB1
IPB2
IPC1
IPC2
IPN1
IPN2
N/C
N/C

OUT 2
B

IN1A
IN1B
IN2A
IN2B
IN3A
IN3B
IN4A
IN4B
IN5A
IN5B
IN6A
IN6B
IN7A
IN7B
IN8A
IN8B
IN9A
IN9B

K7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

IN1A
IN1B
IN2A
IN2B
IN3A
IN3B
IN4A
IN4B
IN5A
IN5B
IN6A
IN6B
IN7A
IN7B
IN8A
IN8B
IN9A
IN9B

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

IN1A
IN1B
IN2A
IN2B
IN3A
IN3B
IN4A
IN4B
IN5A
IN5B
IN6A
IN6B
IN7A
IN7B
IN8A
IN8B
GND
GND

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

GND
GND
IN9A
IN9B
IN10A
IN10B
IN11A
IN11B
IN12A
IN12B
IN13A
IN13B
IN14A
IN14B
IN15A
IN15B
IN16A
IN16B

266 mm
K4
K2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

N/C
N/C
ISA1
ISA2
ISB1
ISB2
ISC1
ISC2
ISN1
ISN2

230 mm
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GND
GND
GND
-VIN
+VIN
O1A
O1B
O2A
O2B
O3A
O3B
O4A
O4B
O5A
O5B
WA
WB
WC

K8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

GND
GND
GND
N/C
N/C
O1A
O1B
O2A
O2B
O3A
O3B
O4A
O4B
O5A
O5B
O6A
O6B
O6C

OUT 17
A
B

TPU TD410

Sistemas de Electrnica, S.A.

Power Systems Automation and Telecontrol

DIMENSIONS
The TPU TD410 supports the double EuroCard dimensions, with 6U height and 42 HP width

77
,,

7
,

Sistemas de Electrnica, S.A.

TPU - TD410
Leitura
Leitura

das
das

6
3

CLR

L/R
M/A

ON

medidas
medidas

Corrente
Corrente IR
IR
Corrente
Corrente IR
IR
Corrente
Corrente IS
IS
Corrente
Corrente IT
IT
I0
I0 Terra
Terra
T
Te
en
nss
o
oU
UR
R
Tenso
Tenso US
US
Tenso
Tenso UT
UT
Tenso
Tenso U0
U0
T
Te
en
nss
o
oU
UR
RS
S
Tenso
Tenso UST
UST
T
Te
en
nss
o
oU
UT
TR
R
Frequncia
Frequncia
P
P.. Activa
Activa

84 mm

LAN

IR
IR =
= 103.2
103.2 A
A

266 mm

SEL

Local
Remote
Normal
Emerg
60 Hz In=5A
38-138 V=

84 mm

0
7

7
7

14 mm

245 mm

265 mm

FRONTAL PANEL

RIGHT PANEL

ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPABILITY (CLASSES)


Immunity Tests
1 MHz burst disturbance

Electrostatic discharges

Electrostatic discharges

IEC 60255-22-1

2.5 kV common mode

Class III

1 kV differential mode

IEC 60255-22-2

8 kV contact

Class IV

15 kV air
4 kV contact

EN 61000-4-2

8 kV air

IEC 1000-4-3

Electromagnetic field

10 V/m 80 MHz 1000 MHz

ENV 50140

Radiated
electromagnetic
disturbance

field

Radiated
electromagnetic
disturbance

field

Power frequency magnetic field

Fast transients

IEC 801-3

10 V/m 27 MHz 80 MHz

ENV 50140 / 50204

10 V/m 900 5 MHz pulse modulated

EN 61000-4-8

100 A/m cont. 50Hz

Class V

1000 A/m 3s, 50 Hz

IEC 60255-22-4
Class IV

4 kV 5/50 ns 5 kHz

Fast transients

EN 61000-4-4

2 kV 5/50 ns 5 kHz

Conducted electromagnetic field


disturbance

EN 61000-4-6

10V rms, 150 kHz 80 MHz

ENV 50141

@ 1 kHz 80% am

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TPU TD410

Sistemas de Electrnica, S.A.

Power Systems Automation and Telecontrol

Insulation Tests
2 kV ac 1min 50 Hz
2,8 kV dc 1 min (power supply)
Insulation test

1,5 kV ac 1 min (between output


contacts)

IEC 60255-5

1 kV ac 1 min (between watch-dog


contact)
Impulse voltage test

IEC 60255-5

5 kV 1,2/50 s, 0,5 J

Insulation resistance

IEC 60255-5

> 100 M @ 500 V dc

Emission Tests
Electromagnetic emission radiated

EN 55011

30 1000 MHz class A

EN 55022

CE Mark
Immunity

EN 50082-2

Emissivity

EN 50081-2

Low voltage directive

EN 60950 / EN 50178

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TPU TD410

Sistemas de Electrnica, S.A.

Power Systems Automation and Telecontrol

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
High Set Overcurrent Protection

Rated values
Frequency
Rated current
Rated neutral current

IOP phase-to-phase
IOP phase-to-ground
Operating time
Operating time accuracy
Operating accuracy
Reset ratio
Min. operating time
Max. static reset time

50 Hz (60 Hz in option)
5 A (1 A option)
1 A (0,2 A option)

Supply
Voltage supply
Max. ripple at rated voltage
Power consumption
Bridging time during loss of power
supply

19-53; 38-138;
90- 280 V dc
< 12 %
9 to 20 W
<50 ms (at 110 V CC)

MOD. ET/PT 0002 T410PT

Definite Time Low Set Overcurrent Protection


IOP phase-to-phase
IOP phase-to-ground
Operating time
Operating time accuracy
Operating accuracy
Reset ratio
Max. static reset time

Burdens
CT circuit

0,25 W
0,05 W for ground CT
10 mA at 125 V dc

Contact inputs

Switching capacity

Make (In = 5 A)
Break
Min. time for tripping commands

30 A (at 0,2 s)
80 W
0,125 seg

Characteristics
IOP phase-to-phase
IOP phase-to-ground
Time Multiplier TM

- 10 C to 55 C 40 humidity

Weight
7 Kg

Operating time accuracy


Operating accuracy
Set value
Reset ratio
Max. static reset time

PROTECTION SPECIFICATIONS
Unrestrained Differential Protection
3 .. 25 pu
5% (3% In min)
0,95
30 ms
30 ms

IOP phase-to-phase
IOP phase-to-ground
Operating time
Reset ratio
Operating time accuracy
Operating accuracy
Max. static reset time

0,1 .. 0,5 pu
15 .. 100 %
50 .. 200 %
1 .. 20 pu
10 .. 30 %
10 .. 50 %
3% (3% In min)
0,95
30 ms
30 ms

Inputs number
9 (all configurable), expandable up to 41

Outputs number
6 (5 configurable), expandable up to 17

0.05 .. 0.5 pu
15 .. 100 %
0 .. 1 s
5% (3% In min)
0,95
30 ms
30 ms

Measurement accuracy
Currents

Tel .

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0,5 %

Data logger resolution


1 ms

Programmable debounce time

Tank Overcurrent Protection


IOP tank-to-ground
Operating time
Reset ratio
Operating time accuracy
Operating accuracy
Max. static reset time

0,5 .. 40 pu
0,125 .. 20 pu
0,06 .. 60 s
0,96
10 ms
3% (3% In min)
30 ms

MONITORING AND MEASUREMENTS


SPECIFICATION

Restricted Earth Fault Protection


Min. differential current
1st slope of the characteristic
Operating time
Operating accuracy
Reset ratio
Min. operating time
Max. static reset time

NI, MI, EI from IEC


NI, MI, EI from IEEE
0,5 .. 2,5 pu
0,125 .. 1 pu
0,05 .. 1,5 w/ CEI
0,5 .. 15 w/ IEEE
10 ms
3% (3% In min)
1,2 Iop
0,98
30 ms

Definite Time Universal Overcurrent Protection

Restrained Differential Protection


Min. differential current
1st slope of the characteristic
2nd slope of the characteristic
2nd slope Irest threshold
2nd to 1st harmonic ratio
5th to 1st harmonic ratio
Operating accuracy
Reset ratio
Min. operating time
Max. static reset time

0,5 .. 4 pu
0,125 .. 1 pu
0,06 .. 60 s
10 ms
3 % (3% In min)
0,96
30 ms

Inverse Time Low Set Overcurrent Protection

Temperature

IOP differential
Operating accuracy
Reset ratio
Min. operating time
Max. static reset time

2 .. 40 pu
0,5 .. 20 pu
0 .. 1 s
10 ms
5% (3% In min)
0,95
30 ms (with I 2 Iop)
30 ms

1 .. 128 ms

0,125 .. 20 pu
0,0 .. 60 s
0,96
10 ms
3% (3% In min)
30 ms

Oscillography
Sample frequency
Total time recorded

1000 Hz
10 seg.

EFACEC, SISTEMAS DE ELECTRNICA SA


Power Systems Automation and Telecontrol
R. Eng. Francisco Ulrich, Apartado 3078, 4471 - 907 Moreira Maia, Portugal
+ 351 21 416 3927
Fax
+ 351 22 948 5428
E-mail marketing@se.efacec.pt

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