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NA011

PHASE & RESIDUAL OVERCURRENT,


AUTOMATIC RECLOSURE
PROTECTION RELAY

MANUAL

NA011- Manual - 05 - 2010


TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION 5
Scope and liability ...........................................................................................................................................................................................5
Applicability ......................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Conformity ........................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Technical support ............................................................................................................................................................................................5
Copyright...........................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Warranty ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Safety recommendations ...............................................................................................................................................................................5
Insulation tests ................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Product identification .....................................................................................................................................................................................6
Environment .....................................................................................................................................................................................................6
Graphical conventions ...................................................................................................................................................................................6
Glossary/definitions ........................................................................................................................................................................................6
2 GENERAL 10
Preface........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Photo .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
Main features.................................................................................................................................................................................................11

3 TECHNICAL DATA 12
3.1 GENERAL ............................................................................................................................................................................................................12
Mechanical data ...........................................................................................................................................................................................12
Insulation ........................................................................................................................................................................................................12
EMC tests for interference immunity .........................................................................................................................................................12
Voltage dip and interruption ........................................................................................................................................................................12
EMC tests for interference immunity .........................................................................................................................................................12
Emission ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Mechanical tests.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Climatic tests................................................................................................................................................................................................. 13
Safety ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 13
Certifications ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 13
3.2 INPUT CIRCUITS ...............................................................................................................................................................................................14
Auxiliary power supply U aux .......................................................................................................................................................................14
Phase current input circuits ........................................................................................................................................................................14
Residual current input circuit......................................................................................................................................................................14
Binary input circuits......................................................................................................................................................................................14
3.3 OUTPUT CIRCUITS ............................................................................................................................................................................................14
Output relays ..................................................................................................................................................................................................14
3.4 MMI .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................15
3.5 COMMUNICATION INTERFACES ...................................................................................................................................................................15
Local port ........................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Remote ports ..................................................................................................................................................................................................15
3.6 GENERAL SETTINGS ........................................................................................................................................................................................15
3.7 PROTECTIVE ELEMENTS .................................................................................................................................................................................15
Phase overcurrent - 50/51............................................................................................................................................................................15
Residual overcurrent - 50N/51N .................................................................................................................................................................17
3.8 CONTROL AND MONITORING ....................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Circuit Breaker monitoring ......................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Oscillography (DFR) ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
3.9 MEASURES ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Measures....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Digital inputs ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 18
Automatic Reclose ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Circuit Breaker.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 18

4 FUNCTION CHARACTERISTICS 19
4.1 HARDWARE DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................................................................................ 19
Power supply board ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 19
CPU board...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Input board .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
MMI (keyboard, LED and display) ............................................................................................................................................................. 20
4.2 SOFTWARE DESCRIPTION ..............................................................................................................................................................................21
Kernel ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................21
Drivers .............................................................................................................................................................................................................21
Application......................................................................................................................................................................................................21
Base protocol (kernel) ..................................................................................................................................................................................21
Calibration (kernel)........................................................................................................................................................................................21

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Communication (drivers) ..............................................................................................................................................................................21
MMI (drivers) .................................................................................................................................................................................................21
Data Base (application/drivers) ..................................................................................................................................................................22
Self-test (application) ...................................................................................................................................................................................22
Development tools ........................................................................................................................................................................................22
4.3 I/O DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
Metering inputs ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 23
Signal processing ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Use of measured values...............................................................................................................................................................................24
Binary inputs ..................................................................................................................................................................................................25
Output relays ..................................................................................................................................................................................................26
LED indicators ................................................................................................................................................................................................27
Communication interfaces.......................................................................................................................................................................... 28
4.4 PROTECTIVE ELEMENTS ................................................................................................................................................................................ 29
Phase overcurrent - 50/51............................................................................................................................................................................31
Residual overcurrent - 50N/51N .................................................................................................................................................................34
Breaker failure - BF.......................................................................................................................................................................................37
4.5 CONTROL AND MONITORING ....................................................................................................................................................................... 38
Circuit breaker supervision ........................................................................................................................................................................ 38
Circuit breaker commands ......................................................................................................................................................................... 38
Automatic reclosure - 79 ............................................................................................................................................................................. 39
Test ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 43
Oscillography ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 43
5 MEASURES, LOGIC STATES AND COUNTERS 44
Measures........................................................................................................................................................................................................44
Circuit breaker ...............................................................................................................................................................................................44
Counters..........................................................................................................................................................................................................44
Fault recording - SFR ....................................................................................................................................................................................44
Event recording - Events ..............................................................................................................................................................................44
Info ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................45
Protections trip ..............................................................................................................................................................................................45
Self-test ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................45
Oscillography - DFR ......................................................................................................................................................................................45

6 INSTALLATION 47
6.1 PACKAGING .......................................................................................................................................................................................................47
6.2 MOUNTING ........................................................................................................................................................................................................47
6.3 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ......................................................................................................................................................................... 49
6.4 NOMINAL CURRENT I n AND I En SETTINGS ................................................................................................................................................54
6.5 NOMINAL CURRENT I n SETTING FOR LPCT ...............................................................................................................................................56
6.6 LED ALLOCATION ..............................................................................................................................................................................................57
6.7 FINAL OPERATIONS .........................................................................................................................................................................................57
7 PROGRAMMING AND SETTINGS 58
7.1 SW ThySetter.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 58
ThySetter installation ................................................................................................................................................................................... 58
ThySetter use ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 58
7.2 MMI (Man Machine Interface) ..................................................................................................................................................................... 59
Reading variables (READ) ........................................................................................................................................................................... 59
Setting modifying (SET) ............................................................................................................................................................................... 59
Test .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 60
Communication ..............................................................................................................................................................................................61
Reset................................................................................................................................................................................................................61
DEFAULT (Option) ..........................................................................................................................................................................................61
Data/time setting (Time) ...............................................................................................................................................................................61
Circuit breaker commands ..........................................................................................................................................................................61
7.3 MENU TREE........................................................................................................................................................................................................62
7.4 MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................................................................................................................67
7.5 REPAIR ................................................................................................................................................................................................................67
7.6 PACKAGING .......................................................................................................................................................................................................67

8 APPENDIX 68
8.1 APPENDIX A1 - Inverse time IEC curves .................................................................................................................................................... 68
Mathematical formula ................................................................................................................................................................................. 68
Phase overcurrent 50/51 - Standard inverse time curve (IEC 60255-3/BS142 type A) ..................................................................... 69
Phase overcurrent 50/51 - Very inverse time curve (IEC 60255-3/BS142 type B) ............................................................................. 70
Phase overcurrent 50/51 - Extremely inverse time curve (IEC 60255-3/BS142 type C) .....................................................................71
Residual overcurrent 50N/51N - Standard inverse time curve (IEC 60255-3/BS142 type A) ...........................................................72
Residual overcurrent 50N/51N - Very inverse time curve (IEC 60255-3/BS142 type B) ................................................................... 73

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Residual overcurrent 50N/51N - Extremely inverse time curve (IEC 60255-3/BS142 type C) ..........................................................74
8.2 APPENDIX A2 - Inverse time ANSI/IEEE curves .........................................................................................................................................75
Mathematical formula ..................................................................................................................................................................................75
Phase overcurrent 50/51 - Moderately inverse time curve (ANSI/IEEE type MI)..............................................................................76
Phase overcurrent 50/51 - Very inverse time curve (ANSI/IEEE type VI) ...........................................................................................77
Phase overcurrent 50/51 - Extremely inverse time curve (ANSI/IEEE type EI) ................................................................................. 78
Residual overcurrent 50N/51N - Moderately inverse time curve (ANSI/IEEE type MI) .................................................................. 79
Residual overcurrent 50N/51N - Very inverse time curve (ANSI/IEEE type VI) ................................................................................ 80
Residual overcurrent 50N/51N - Extremely inverse time curve (ANSI/IEEE type EI) ........................................................................81
8.3 APPENDIX B1 - I/O Diagram ...........................................................................................................................................................................82
8.4 APPENDIX B2 - Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................................................. 83
8.5 APPENDIX B3 - Connection diagrams ..........................................................................................................................................................84
8.6 APPENDIX C - Dimensions ............................................................................................................................................................................. 88
8.7 APPENDIX D - Revisions history ................................................................................................................................................................... 89
8.8 APPENDIX E - EC Declaration of conformity ............................................................................................................................................... 90

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1 INTRODUCTION
Scope and liability
This document describes the functions, the technical data of NA011 devices; instructions for mount-
ing, setting and commissioning are included.
This manual has been checked out, however, deviations from the description cannot be completely
ruled out, so that no liability in a legal sense for correctness and completeness of the information or
from any damage that might result from its use is formally disclaimed.
The information given in this document is reviewed regularly; any corrections and integration will be
included in subsequent editions that are identied by the date of revision.
We appreciate any suggestions for improvement.
We reserve the right to make technical improvements without notice.

Applicability
This manual is valid for NA011 devices with rmware version 1.00 and following.
Revision history is listed in appendix.

Conformity
The product complies with the CEE directives:
EMC Council Directives: 89/336/EEC
Low voltage Directives: 73/23/EEC

Technical support
Contact: THYTRONIC Technical Service www.thytronic.it

Copyright
All right reserved; It is forbidden to copy, modify or store material (document and sw) protected by
copyright without Thytronic consent.

Warranty
Thytronic warrants devices against defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for a
period of ONE (1) YEAR from the date of retail purchase by the original end-user purchaser (War-
ranty Period).

Safety recommendations
The warming contained in this document are all-important for safety; special attention must be paid
to the following symbols:

Death, severe personal injury or substantial property damage can result if proper precautions
WARNING are not taken.

CAUTION Minor personal injury or property damage can result if proper precautions are not taken

Installation and commissioning must be carried out by qualied person; Thytronic assumes no re-
sponsibility for damages caused from improper use that does not comply all warning and caution in
this manual.
In particular the following requirements must be met:
Remove power before opening it.
Verify the voltage absence by means suitable instrumentation on relay connections; attention must
be paid to all circuits supplied by external sources (binary input, CT, etc...)
Care must be taken when handling metal parts (front panel, connectors).

Settings must be established on the basis of a coordination study.


CAUTION Numerical values inside examples have educational purpose only; they dont be used, in no way,
for actual applications.

Insulation tests
After insulation tests, hazardous voltages (capacitor charges,...) may be arise; it is advisable to grad-
ually reduce the test voltage avoiding to erase it abruptly.

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Product identication
Each device is equipped with:
Identication label installed on the front side with following informations: code number, phase and
residual nominal currents, auxiliary voltage range and CE mark:

In 5A 1A 5A In 5A 1A 5A
IEn 1A 1A 5A
UAUX 24-230 Vac/dc UAUX 24-230 Vac/dc
1 50-51 1 50-51
2 50N-51N 2 50N-51N
3 CB OPEN 3 CB OPEN
4 CB CLOSED 4 CB CLOSED
5 79 5 79

NA011#xxx0 NA011#xxx2

In Rated 50...500A In Rated 50...500A


In Extended 50...1250A In Extended 50...1250A
UAUX 24-230 V IEn 1A 1A 5A UAUX 24-230 V
1 50-51 1 50-51
2 50N-51N 2 50N-51N
3 CB OPEN 3 CB OPEN
4 CB CLOSED 4 CB CLOSED
5 79 5 79

NA011#xxx1 NA011#xxx3

Test label with following informations: data, serial number and test operator signature.

Environment
The NA011 device must be employed according to the environment conditions shown (see technical
data).
In case of different environment conditions, appropriate provisions must be provided (conditioning
system, humidity control, etc...).
If contaminants are present (dust, corrosive substances, etc...), filters must be provided.

Graphical conventions
The CEI/IEC and ANSI symbols is employed where possible:
e.g.: 51 = ANSI code concerning the overcurrent element.
Following text formats are used:
The ThySetter[1] menu:
Phase overcurrent -50/51
The parameter description (measures, thresholds, operate time,...) and related value:
First threshold 50/51 definite time
I>def
The display messages (MMI) are shown as:
NA011
Notes are highlighted with cursive letters inside colored bar

Note: Useful description note

Glossary/denitions
I En Relay residual nominal current
I Enp Residual CT primary nominal current
In Relay phase nominal current
I np Phase CT primary nominal current
50/51 Phase overcurrent ANSI code
50N/51N Residual overcurrent ANSI code
79 Automatic reclosing

DFR Digital Fault Recorder (Oscillography)


SER Sequential Event Recorder
SFR Sequential Fault Recorder
ANSI American National Standard Institute
IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
IEC International Electrotechnical Commission
CENELEC Comit Europen de Normalisation Electrotechnique

Note 1 The graphic interface and the operation of the ThySetter software are described in the relative chapters

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52 o CB (Circuit Breaker) Circuit Breaker
52a Auxiliary contact in the breaker that is in the same position as the
breaker. It can be assigned to a binary input to locate the CB posi-
tion (Breaker failure and/or CB diagnostic functions). (52a open = CB
open)
52b Auxiliary contact in the breaker that is in the opposite position as the
breaker (52b open = CB closed)
K1...K4 Output relays
tTR1... tTR4 Output relay minimum pulse width
Latched Output relay with latched operation (manual reset) Output relay with
latched operation (automatic reset)

No-latched Output relay with no-latched operation (automatic reset)

CT or TA Current Transformer
LPCT Low Power Current Transformer

P1 IEC nomenclature for primary polarity mark of CTs (as an alternative to


a ANSI dot)
P2 IEC nomenclature for primary polarity mark of CTs (as an alternative to
a ANSI no-dot)
S1 IEC nomenclature for secondary polarity mark of CTs (as an alternative
to a ANSI dot)
S2 IEC nomenclature for secondary polarity mark of CTs (as an alternative
to a ANSI no-dot)
Self test Diagnostic
Start Leave an initial condition or reset condition (Pickup)
Trip Operation (with operate time)

Operating time Duration of time interval between the instant when the character-
istic quantity in reset condition is changed, under specied condi-
tions, and the instant when the relay operates
Dropout ratio The ratio of a reset value to an operate value in well-specied con-
ditions. The dropout ratio may be lower or greater than 1 according
as an over or under element is considered
Reset time Duration of the time interval between the instant when the charac-
teristic quantity in operate condition is changed, under specied
conditions, and the instant when the relay operates.
The stated reset time is related to a step variation of characteristic
quantity in operate condition to the reset condition.
Overshoot time The critical impulse time for a relay which is in its reset condition,
is the longest duration a specied change in the input energizing
quantity(ies) (characteristic quantity), which will cause the relay
to change to operate condition, can be applied without the relay
switches. The overshoot time is the difference from the operate time
and the critical impulse time.
The declared values for the overshoot time are applicable with the
lower setting value of the operation time.
MMI (Man Machine Interface) Operator front panel

ThySetter Setting and monitoring software


Log le A text le that lists actions that have occurred (ThySetter).
J2SE Java Platform Standard Edition
Sw Software
Fw Firmware
Upgrade Firmware upgrade
XML eXtensible Markup Language

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Symbols

I>> Threshold setting (e.g. pickup I>>).


The value is available for reading and is adjustable by means ThySetter + MMI.

I Limit block (I>> threshold).


I I>>
I L1
I L2 Ma x [I L1 ,I L2 ,I L3 ] Computation block (Max phase current)
I L3

Curve type (denite/inverse time)


T 0

Logic internal signal (output); may be a logical state (e.g.I>> Start) or a numerical value
I>> Start
It is available for reading (ThySetter + communication interface)

Logic external signal (intput); may be a command coming from a binary input or a sw command
IPh Block2
It is available for reading (ThySetter + communication interface)

Internal signal (e.g. Breaker Failure output state concerning to the 2nd threshold of the 50 element)
I>> BF_OUT It is not available for reading (missing arrow)

Switch

& & AND and NAND logic gates

1 1 OR and NOR logic gates

=1 EXOR logic gate

INPUT

t ON t ON t ON t ON t ON

T 0 ON delay timer with reset (t ON delay)


RESET OUTPUT

RESET
t

INPUT
t ON
ON delay timer without reset (t ON delay) t ON t ON t ON
T 0

OUTPUT

INPUT
t DROP
OFF delay timer (dropout) without reset (t DROP delay) t ON t DROP t ON
0 T

OUTPUT

Symbols.ai

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INPUT

t DROP t ON t ON t DROP t ON t DROP

0 T OFF delay timer (dropout) with reset (t DROP delay)


RESET OUTPUT

RESET t DROP
t

INPUT
t TR
Minimum pulse width operation for output relays (t TR) t TR t TR
0 T

OUTPUT

INPUT

Latched Latched operating mode for output relays and LEDs

OUTPUT

INPUT

t TR t TR
Pulse operating mode for output relays
t TR
OUTPUT

Symbols1 .ai

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2 GENERAL
Preface
The relay type NA011 can be used in radial networks as feeder or power transformer protection.
In solidly grounded systems the residual overcurrent protection can be used on feeders of any length,
while in ungrounded or Petersen coil and/or resistance grounded systems, the residual overcurrent
protection can be used on feeders of small length in order to avoid unwanted trippings due to the
capacitive current contribution of the feeder on external ground fault.
Beside to the phase and residual overcurrent protections, the automatic reclosing function is pro-
vided.
The NA011 protection relay may be shipped with traditional CTs or low power (LPCT) current inputs;
for both versions, the residual overcurrent protection can use the measured (CTs or balanced trans-
former) or the calculated residual current.

Following input circuits are available:


Phase current inputs
Traditional CTs
Three phase current inputs with secondary nominal currents independently selectable at 1 A or 5 A
through DIP-switches.
Low power CTs
Three phase current inputs with primary nominal currents independently selectable through DIP-
switches and software.
Residual current input
Measured residual current
One residual current input with secondary nominal current selectable at 1 A or 5 A through DIP-
switches.
Calculated residual current
Residual current is calculated by the vector sum of the three phase currents, measured by three
1 A or 5 A CTs or by three LPCT type sensors.

Setting, programming and reading operations must be effected by means of Personal Computer with
ThySetter software or by means of remote communication interface (RS485 bus); all operations must
be performed through MMI.
The NA011 hardware case is suitable for ash and rack mounting
Other options are:
Auxiliary power supply operating range.
Communication protocols (Modbus or IEC60870-5-103).

Photo

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Main features
Metallic case.
Backlight LCD 2x16 Display.
Eight LEDs that may be joined with matrix criteria to many and various functions.
RESET key to clear LED indications and latched output relays.
Three binary inputs.
Independently settable for start, trip, self-test and control four output relay (K1...K4) Each output
relay may be set with normally energized or normally de-energized operating mode and manual or
automatic reset (latched/no-latched).
Rear RS485 port, with ModBus protocol.
RS232 front serial port (local communication for Thysetter).
Real time clock with super capacitor backup.

The most signicant constructive features are:


Galvanically insulated input and output circuits (communication and binary circuits included).
Fast sampling rate for inputs.
Optimum ltering of input signals through combined use of analog and digital lters.
Traditional electromechanical-type nal output contacts with continuous monitoring of control coil
continuity.
Auxiliary supply comprising a switching-type voltage stabilizing circuit having a very wide working
range and a very small power dissipation
Nominal frequency: 50 or 60 Hz.

The most signicant operating features are:


Programming of operating modes and parameters by means of the front keys and alphanumeric
display, with a programming procedure based on carrying out guided selections and on explicit and
immediate signalling of the operations being performed, so that such procedure can be carried out
without coding tables or mnemonic informations.
The feature modication operations do not interrupt the normal functions of the relay.
Impossibility of programming unacceptable parameter values, thanks to the automatic limitation of
top and bottom scale values for the relative setting ranges.
Currents are sampled 64 times per period and measured in the effective value (RMS) of the funda-
mental component using the DFT (Discrete Fourier Transform) algorithm and digital lters.
The fault recorder (SFR) runs continuously capturing in circular mode the last twenty events upon
trigger of binary input/output and/or element pickup (start-trip).
The event recorder (SER) runs continuously capturing in circular mode the last three hundred
events upon trigger of binary input/output.
Digital fault recorder (DFR) in COMTRADE format (oscillography).

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3 T E C H N I C A L D ATA
3.1 GENERAL
Mechanical data
Mounting Flush, Rack
External dimensions 177 x 107 x 105 (high x width x depth)
Terminals screw connection
Mass 1.2 kg

Reference standards EN 60529, EN 60529/A1


Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code)
Front IP52
Terminals IP20

Insulation
Reference standards EN 60255-5 IEC 60255-5
High voltage test (50 Hz 60 s)
Auxiliary power supply 2 kV
Input circuits 2 kV
Output circuits 2 kV
Output circuits (between open contacts) 1 kV
Communication interfaces 500 V

Impulse voltage withstand test (1.2/50 s):


Auxiliary power supply 5 kV
Input circuits 5 kV
Output circuits 5 kV
Output circuits (between open contacts) 2.5 kV

Insulation resistance >100 M

EMC tests for interference immunity


Reference standards
Product standard for measuring relays EN 50263
Generic standards immunity for industrial environments EN 61000-6-2
Electromagnetic compatibility requirements for measuring relays and protection equipment
EN 60255-26
Apparati di automazione e controllo per centrali e stazioni elettriche
Compatibilit elettromagnetica - Immunit ENEL REMC 02
Normativa di compatibilit elettromeccanica per apparati e sistemi
ENEL REMC 01

Voltage dip and interruption


Reference standards EN 61000-4-29
IEC 60255-22-11
Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations on dc input power port immunity tests
Auxiliary power supply in dc energizing quantity
Interruption (UT=40%) 100 ms
Interruption (UT=0%) 50 ms
Voltage variations (UT=80...120%) 10 s

EMC tests for interference immunity


Reference standards EN 60255-22-1 IEC 60255-22-1
EN 61000-4-12 EN 61000-4-12
Damped oscillatory wave
0.1 MHz and 1 MHz common mode 2.5 kV
0.1 MHz and 1 MHz differential mode 1.0 kV
Ring wave common mode 2.0 kV
Ring wave differential mode 1.0 kV
Reference standards EN 60255-22-2 IEC 60255-22-2
EN 61000-4-2 IEC 61000-4-2
Electrostatic discharge
Contact discharge 6 kV
Air discharge 8 kV

Reference standards EN 60255-22-3 IEC 60255-22-3


EN 61000-4-3 IEC 61000-4-3
Radiated radio-frequency elds
80...1000 MHz AM 80% 10 V/m
900 MHz Pulse modulated 10 V/m

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Reference standards EN 60255-22-4 IEC 60255-22-4
EN 61000-4-4 IEC 61000-4-4
Fast transient burst (5/50 ns)
Auxiliary power supply 2 kV
Input circuits 4 kV
Reference standards EN 60255-22-5 IEC 60255-22-5
EN 61000-4-5 IEC 61000-4-5
High energy pulse
Uaux (line-to-ground 10 ohm, 9 F) 2 kV
Uaux (line-to-line 0 ohm, 18 F) 1 kV
I/O ports (line-to-ground 40 ohm, 0.5 F) 2 kV
I/O ports (line-to-line 40 ohm, 0.5 F) 1 kV

Reference standards EN 60255-22-6 IEC 60255-22-6


EN 61000-4-6 IEC 61000-4-6
Conducted radio-frequency elds
0.15...80 MHz AM 80% 1kHz 10 V
Reference standards EN 60255-22-7 IEC 60255-22-7
EN 61000-4-16 IEC 61000-4-16
Power frequency immunity tests
Dc voltage 30 V
50 Hz continuously 30 V
50 Hz 1 s 300 V
0.015...150 kHz 30 V

Reference standards EN 61000-4-8 IEC 61000-4-8


Magnetic eld 50 Hz
50 Hz continuously 100 A/m
50 Hz 1 s 1 kA/m

Reference standards EN 61000-4-10 IEC 61000-4-10


Damped oscillatory magnetic eld
Damped oscillatory wave 0.1 MHz 30 A/m
Damped oscillatory wave 1 MHz 30 A/m

Emission
Reference standards EN 60255-25 IEC 60255-25
EN 61000-6-4 IEC 61000-6-4
EN 55011 CISPR 11
Electromagnetic emission tests
Conducted emission auxiliary power supply 0.15...0.5 MHz 79 dB V
Conducted emission auxiliary power supply 0.5...30 MHz 73 dB V
Radiated emission 30...230 MHz 40 dB V/m
Radiated emission 230...1000 MHz 47 dB V/m

Mechanical tests
Reference standards EN 60255-21-1 EN 60255-21-2 RMEC01
Vibration, shock, bump and seismic tests on measuring relays and protection equipment
EN 60255-21-1 Vibration tests (sinusoidal) Class 1
EN 60255-21-2 Shock and bump test Class 1

Climatic tests
Reference standards IEC 60068-x ENEL R CLI 01 CEI 50
Operating temperature -25...+70 C
Storage temperature -40...+85 C
Permissible relative humidity 10...95 %
Atmospheric pressure 70...110 kPa

Safety
Reference standards EN 61010-1
Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use
Pollution degree 3
Reference voltage 250 V
Overvoltage category III

Certications
Reference standards
Product standard for measuring relays EN 50263
CE Conformity
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
Type tests IEC 60255-6

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3.2 INPUT CIRCUITS
Auxiliary power supply U aux
Voltage
Nominal value (range)[1] 24...230 V~/-
Operative range 19...265 V~/19...300 V-

Inrush current (max)


24 V- 3 A, 1 ms
48 V- 5 A, 1 ms
110 V- 10 A, 1 ms
230 V~ 40 A, 1 ms
Frequency (for alternate voltage supply) 45...66 Hz
Max distortion factor ( for alternating voltage supply) 15%
Max alternating component (for dc voltage supply):
Full wave rectied sine wave 100 %
Sine wave 80 %
Power consumption:
Maximum (energized relays, three LEDs, backlight ON) 4.5 W (U AUX = 24 V-)
Maximum (energized relays, three LEDs, backlight ON) 9 VA (U AUX = 230 V~)

Phase current input circuits


Standard CTs:
Connections M4 terminals
Relay nominal phase current I n 1 A or 5 A selectable by DIP-switch
Permanent overload 25 A
Thermal overload (1 s) 500 A
Dynamic overload (half cycle) 1250 A
Rated consumption (for any phase) 0.002 VA with I n =1 A
0.04 VA with I n =5 A
LPCT - Low Power Current Transformers:
Connections RJ45 plug
Relay nominal phase current I n 100 A
Extended primary current 50 A...1250 A selectable by DIP-switch
Max primary current 12.5 kA
Nominal secondary voltage (with Inp = 100 A) 22.5 mV

Residual current input circuit[2]


Relay nominal residual current I En 1 A or 5 A selectable by DIP-switch
Permanent overload 25 A
Thermal overload (1 s) 500 A
Dynamic overload (half cycle) 1250 A
Rated consumption 0.006 VA with I En =1 A
0.12 VA with I En =5 A

Binary input circuits


Quantity 2
Type optocoupler
Operative range 24...265 V~/-
Min activation voltage UDIGmin 18 V
Max consumption, energized 3 mA

3.3 OUTPUT CIRCUITS


Output relays
Quantity 4
Type of contacts changeover (SPDT, type C)
Nominal current 8A
Nominal voltage/max switching voltage 250 V~/400 V~
Breaking capacity:
Direct current (L/R = 40 ms) 50 W (K1, K2 trip)
Direct current (L/R = 40 ms) 30 W (K3, K4 signalling)
Alternating current ( = 0,4) 1250 VA
Make 1000 W/VA
Short duration current (0,5 s) 30 A
Minimum switching load 300 mW (5 V/ 5 mA)
Life:
Mechanical 106 operations
Electrical 105 operations
Minimum pulse width (K1tTR...K4tTR) 0.01...0.50 s (step 0.01 s)

Note 1 The different versions must be select on order


Note 2 The residual current input is available on NA011#xxx2 and NA011#xxx3 versions

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3.4 MMI
Display 16x2 LCD backlight module
LEDs
Quantity 8
ON/fail (green) 1
Start (yellow) 1
Trip (red) 1
Trip I>, I>>, I>>> (red) 1
Trip IE>, IE>> (red) 1
52a - Circuit Breaker closed (red) 1
52b - Circuit Breaker open (red) 1
TCS - Trip Circuit Supervision (red) 1
Keyboard 8 keys

3.5 COMMUNICATION INTERFACES


Local port
Connection RJ10
Baud rate 19200 bps
Parity None
Protocol Modbus RTU

Remote ports
RS485
Connection screw terminals
Baud rate 1200...57600 bps
Protocol[1] ModBusRTU
IEC 60870-5-103

3.6 GENERAL SETTINGS


Relay nominal frequency fn 50, 60 Hz
Phase CT primary nominal current Inp [2] 1 A...1250 A
1...99 A (step 1 A)
100...1250 A (step 5 A)
Residual CT primary nominal current IEnp [3] 1 A...1000 A
1...99 A (step 1 A)
100...1000 A (step 5 A)
3.7 PROTECTIVE ELEMENTS

Phase overcurrent - 50/51


I> Element
I> Curve type (I>Curve)[4] DEFINITE,
IEC/BS A, B, C, ANSI/IEEEE MI, VI, EI
I CLP > Activation time (t CLP>) 0.00...100.0 s
0.00...9.99 s (step 0.01 s)
10.0...100.0 s (step 0.1 s)
I> Reset time delay (t > RES) 0.00...100.0 s
0.00...9.99 s (step 0.01 s)
10.0...100.0 s (step 0.1 s)

Note 1 The different versions must be select on order


Note 2 The rated phase current settings doesnt concern the 50/51 protection elements; they must agree with nominal primary current for traditional CT
inputs or dip-switch 50...1250 A for LPCT inputs for a right reading of the phase current primary values (Reading Direct).
Note 3 The rated residual current settings doesnt concern the 50N/51N protection elements; they must agree with nominal primary current of the CT
inputs for a right reading of the residual current primary values (Reading Direct).
For the NA011#xxx0 and NA011#xxx1 versions (no residual current input circuit), the parameter is meaningless
Note 4 Standard Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type A or SIT): t = 0.14 t>inv / [(I/I>inv)0.02 - 1]
Very Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type B or VIT): t = 13.5 t>inv / [(I/I>inv) - 1]
Extremely Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type C or EIT): t = 80 t>inv / [(I/I>inv)2 - 1]
Moderately Inverse (ANSI/IEEE type MI): t = t>inv {0.01 / [(I/I>inv)0.02 - 1] + 0.023}
Very Inverse (ANSI/IEEE type VI): t = t>inv {3.922 / [(I/I>inv)2 - 1] + 0.098}
Extremely Inverse (ANSI/IEEE type EI): t = t>inv {5.64 / [(I/I>inv)2 - 1] + 0.024}
t: operate time
I> inv : pickup value
t>inv : operate time setting
Asymptotic reference value: 1.1 I> inv
Minimum operate time: 0.1 s
Equation is valid for 1.1 I/I>inv 20

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Denite time
50/51 First threshold denite time (I> def ) 0.100...20.0 In
0.100...0.999 In (step 0.001 In)
1.00...9.99 In (step 0.01 In)
10.0...20.0 In (step 0.1 In)
I> def within CLP (ICLP>def ) 0.100...20.0 In
0.100...0.999 In (step 0.001 In)
1.00...9.99 In (step 0.01 In)
10.0...20.0 In (step 0.1 In)I> def
I> def Operating time (t > def ) 0.03...10.00 s (step 0.01 s)

Inverse time[1]
50/51 First threshold inverse time (I>inv) 0.100...2.50 In
0.100...0.999 In (step 0.001 In)
1.00...2.50 In (step 0.01 In)
I>inv within CLP (ICLP>inv) 0.100...10.00 In
0.100...0.999 In (step 0.001 In)
1.00...10.00 In (step 0.01 In)I>inv
I>inv Operating time (t >inv) 0.02...60.0 s
0.02...9.99 s (step 0.01 s)
10.0...60.0 s (step 0.1 s)

I>> Element
ICLP >> Activation time (t CLP >>def ) 0.00...100.0 s
0.00...9.99 s (step 0.01 s)
10.0...100.0 s (step 0.1 s)
I>> Reset time delay (t >> RES) 0.00...100.0 s
0.00...9.99 s (step 0.01 s)
10.0...100.0 s (step 0.1 s)
Denite time
50/51 Second threshold denite time (I>> def ) 0.100...20.0 In
0.100...0.999 In (step 0.001 In)
1.00...9.99 In (step 0.01 In)
10.0...20.0 In (step 0.1 In)
I>> def within CLP (ICLP>def ) 0.100...20.0 In
0.100...0.999 In (step 0.001 In)
1.00...9.99 In (step 0.01 In)
I>> def Operating time (t >> def ) 0.03...10.00 s (step 0.01 s)

I>>> Element
ICLP >>> Activation time (t CLP >>>def ) 0.00...100.0 s
0.00...9.99 s (step 0.01 s)
10.0...100.0 s (step 0.1 s)
I>>> Reset time delay (t >>> RES) 0.00...100.0 s
0.00...9.99 s (step 0.01 s)
10.0...100.0 s (step 0.1 s)
Denite time
50/51 Third threshold denite time (I>>> def ) 0.100...20.0 In
0.100...0.999 In (step 0.001 In)
1.00...9.99 In (step 0.01 In)
10.0...20.0 In (step 0.1 In)
I>>> def Operating time (t >>> def ) 0.03...10.00 s (step 0.01 s)

Pickup time 0.03 s


Dropout ratio 0.95...0.98
Dropout time 0.04 s
Overshoot time 0.03 s
Pickup accuracy 4% 1% I n
Operate time accuracy 5% or 10 ms
Note 1
Standard Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type A or SIT): t = 0.14 t>inv / [(I/I>inv)0.02 - 1]
Very Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type B or VIT): t = 13.5 t>inv / [(I/I>inv) - 1]
Extremely Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type C or EIT): t = 80 t>inv / [(I/I>inv)2 - 1]
Moderately Inverse (ANSI/IEEE type MI): t = t>inv {0.01 / [(I/I>inv)0.02 - 1] + 0.023}
Very Inverse (ANSI/IEEE type VI): t = t>inv {3.922 / [(I/I>inv)2 - 1] + 0.098}
Extremely Inverse (ANSI/IEEE type EI): t = t>inv {5.64 / [(I/I>inv)2 - 1] + 0.024}
I-squared-t (I 2t = K): t = 16 t>inv / (I/I>inv)2
Electromechanical (EM): t = 0.28 t>inv / [-0.236 (I/I>inv)-1+ 0.339]
RECTIFIER (RI): t = 2351 t>inv / [(I/I>inv)5.6- 1]
t: operate time
I> inv : pickup value
t>inv : operate time setting
Asymptotic reference value: 1.1 I> inv
Minimum operate time: 0.1 s
Equation is valid for 1.1 I/I>inv 20
With I> inv pickup 2.5 I n , the upper limit is 50 I n

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Residual overcurrent - 50N/51N
IE> Element
IE > Curve type (IE > Curve) DEFINITE
IEC/BS A, B, C
ANSI/IEEE MI, VI, EI
IECLP > Activation time (t ECLP>) 0.00...100.0 s
0.00...9.99 s (step 0.01 s)
10.0...100.0 s (step 0.1 s)
IE > Reset time delay (t E > RES) 0.00...100.0 s
0.00...9.99 s (step 0.01 s)
10.0...100.0 s (step 0.1 s)
Denite time
50N/51N First threshold denite time (IE > def ) 0.005...5.00 IEn
0.005...0.999 IEn (step 0.001 IEn)
1.00...5.00 IEn (step 0.01 IEn)
IE > def within CLP (IECLP>def ) 0.005...5.00 IEn
0.005...0.999 IEn (step 0.001 IEn)
1.00...5.00 IEn (step 0.01 IEn)
IE > def Operating time (t E > def ) 0.03...10.00 s (step 0.01 s)

Inverse time[1]
50N/51N First threshold inverse time (IE >inv) 0.005...2.00 IEn
0.005...0.999 IEn (step 0.001 IEn)
1.00...2.00 IEn (step 0.01 IEn)
IE >inv Operating time (t E >inv) 0.02...60.0 s
0.02...9.99 s (step 0.01 s)
10.0...60.0 s (step 0.1 s)
IE>> Element
IECLP >> Activation time (t ECLP>>) 0.00...100.0 s
0.00...9.99 s (step 0.01 s)
10.0...100.0 s (step 0.1 s)
IE >> Reset time delay (t E >> RES) 0.00...100.0 s
0.00...9.99 s (step 0.01 s)
10.0...100.0 s (step 0.1 s)
Denite time
50N/51N Second threshold denite time (IE >> def ) 0.005...5.00 IEn
0.005...0.999 IEn (step 0.001 IEn)
1.00...5.00 IEn (step 0.01 IEn)
IE >> def within CLP (IECLP>>def ) 0.005...5.00 IEn
0.005...0.999 IEn (step 0.001 IEn)
1.00...5.00 IEn (step 0.01 IEn)
IE >> def Operating time (t E >> def ) 0.03...10.00 s (step 0.01 s)

Pickup time 0.03 s


Dropout ratio 0.95...0.98
Dropout time 0.04 s
Overshoot time 0.03 s
Pickup accuracy 4% 1% I En
Operate time accuracy 5% or 10 ms

Breaker Failure
BF Time delay (tBF) 0.10...10.00 s (step 0.01 s)
0.10...10.00 s (step 0.05 s)
1.0...0.99 s (step 0.01 s)
Operate time accuracy 5% or 10 ms

Note 1
Standard Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type A or SIT): t = 0.14 t E>inv / [(I E/ I E> inv)0.02 - 1]
Very Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type B or VIT): t = 13.5 t E > inv / [(I E/I E> inv) - 1]
Extremely Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type C or EIT): t = 80 t E > inv / [(I E/I E> inv)2 - 1]
Moderately Inverse (ANSI/IEEE type MI): t = t E > inv {0.01 / [(I E/I E> inv)0.02 - 1] + 0.023}
Very Inverse (ANSI/IEEE type VI): t = t E > inv {3.922 / [(I E/I E> inv)2 - 1] + 0.098}
Extremely Inverse (ANSI/IEEE type EI): t = t E > inv {5.64 / [(I E/I E> inv)2 - 1] + 0.024}
Electromechanical (EM): t = 0.28 t E > inv / [-0.236 (I E/I E> inv)-1+ 0.339]
I E: residual current input
t: operate time
I E> inv : pickup value
t E > inv : operate time setting
Asymptotic reference value: 1.1 I E >
Minimum operate time: 0.1 s
Equation is valid for 1.1 I E/ I E> inv 20

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3.8 CONTROL AND MONITORING
Automatic reclose (79)
79 Function mode 79 Mode Rapid - Rapid+Slow
Number of delayed reclosures N .DAR 0...5
Rapid reclosure dead time t rdt 0.1...60 s
0.0...19.9 s step 0.1 s,
20..60 s step 1 s
Slow reclosure dead time t sdt 1...200 s (step 1 s)
Reclaim time t r 1...200 s (step 1 s)
Slow reclosure fault discrimination time t d 1...10 s (step 1 s)

Circuit Breaker monitoring


Circuit breaker diagnostic
Diagnostic (CB check) 52a/52b - 52a - 52b

Oscillography (DFR)
Format COMTRADE
Number of records 2
Recording mode circular
Sampling rate 16 samples / power
Set trigger:
Pre-trigger time 0...63 T[1] [2]
Trigger inputs IN1, IN2, IN3
Triggeroutputs K1...K4
Manual Trigger ThySetter
General Trigger general from start / trips Start, Trip
Trigger from start / trips Start I>, I>>, ...Trip I>...

Set analog channels:


Analog 1...Analog 4
Instantaneous currents value i L1, i L2, i L3, i E
Phase currents I L1, I L 2 , I L 3
Residual current IE

Set digital channels:


Inputs IN1, IN2, IN3
Outputs K1...K4
General trigger from start / trip General Start, General Trip

3.9 MEASURES
Measures
RMS value of the fundamental component for phase currents (I L1, I L 2 , I L 3 )
RMS value of the fundamental component for residual current (I E )

Digital inputs
IN1 - 52b On - Off
IN2 - 52a On - Off
IN3 - 79 On - Off - external Trip

Automatic Reclose
79 Active Mode On - Off
79 Cycle State Reset - On - Off
79 Run On - Off
79 Residual time
79 Last event

Circuit Breaker
Position Open - Closed - Unknown

Note 1 - T = number of power cycles


Exampile, with setting T=4 the pre-trigger is 80 ms with f = 50 Hz

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4 FUNCTION CHARACTERISTICS
4.1 HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
The following gure illustrates the basic structure of the relay.

MMI
LCD
LEDs

RS232

RS485
1A/5A
EEprom INPUT MODULE


DSP
CTs

RTC
I L1
LPCT Setting

LPCTs CURRENT INPUTS


L1

L2

I L2
50 A
L3

100 A
200 A


400 A
800 A
I L3 In=50...1250A

CPU BOARD
POWER FAIL
RESET
+10 V

+24 V
-10 V
+5 V

0V

BINARY INPUTS

POWER SUPPLY IN1


IN2 Input

IN3

RELAYS

Uaux K1...K4 Output contacts

POWER SUPPLY BOARD


hw.ai

Printed boards hold the circuit components arranged according to a modular allocation of the main
functions.
Power supply board
All the components necessary for conversion and stabilization functions are provided.
Input range: 24...230 V.
The circuit provides stabilized voltages of +5 V and -5 V, required for the analogue measurement and
+5 V for supplying the digital circuits.
The circuit board additionally comprises:
INPUT CIRCUITS:
Three binary input circuits,
The logical input circuits and the block circuits include photo-couplers which provide for galvanic
separation.
OUTPUT CIRCUITS:
Four output relays (k1...K4).

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CPU board
This circuit board contains all the circuits necessary for performing the analogue and digital pro-
cessing of the signals.

Analog processing
The following are envisaged:
Anti aliasing lter circuits, .
Amplier circuits for conditioning the input signals,
Reference voltage adjustment circuits for the measurement A/D converter.
The relays uses a DSP processor operating at 40 MHzThe input currents are sampled at a frequency
of 64 samples per period by means of a dual conversion system which allows the attainment of infor-
mation pertaining to polarity and amplitude with high resolution. The measurement criterion allows
precise measurement of even those signals having a unidirectional component, such as transient
currents with overlapping exponential, which typically appear during faults.
The circuit board also houses the output relays with the corresponding command and control cir-
cuits, communication circuits, buttons, LCD display, LEDs and the key switch.
CPU
A 32 bit DSP is provided.
The following are envisaged:
Real Time Clock circuits with oscillator and super capacitor,
RS232 communication port,
RS485 communication port,
Memories:
Ram: high speed static memory
Flash memory,
EEprom memory: used for calibration data storage,

Input board
Phase current inputs
Traditional CTs
Three phase current inputs with secondary nominal currents independently selectable at 1 A or 5 A
through DIP-switches.
Low power CTs
Three phase current inputs with primary nominal currents independently selectable through DIP-
switches and software.
Residual current input
Measured residual current
One residual current input with secondary nominal current selectable at 1 A or 5 A through DIP-
switches.
Calculated residual current
Residual current is calculated by the vector sum of the three phase currents, measured by three 1A
or 5A CTs or by three LPCT type sensors.

MMI (keyboard, LED and display)


The MMI module (Man Machine Interface) includes:
An eight keys 8 keyboard,
a backlight 16x2 LCD display,
Eight signalling LEDs,
RS232 communication port.

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4.2 SOFTWARE DESCRIPTION
The program which handles operation of the Pro-N relays is made up of three fundamental elements
shown in the following block diagram.

APPLICATION

DRIVERS

timers

sampling KERNEL

Kernel
The kernel represents the nucleus of the system: it includes the processing functions closest to the
electronic circuits; particularly the algorithms providing for the generation of the synchronisms (tim-
ers) for sampling the analogue signals and numerical processing.
The software is structured with interrupts operating with various priority levels in a non pre-emp-
tive task system. By means of Discrete Fourier Transform calculation, based on 64 samples/period,
information is deduced in relation to the amplitude and phase of all the current measurements; these
are constantly updated and at the disposal of all the protection and control application algorithms.
In addition, the kernel manages a service communication protocol known as Basic Protocol (BP).

Drivers
The driver library contains all the specialised modules for the command and control functions which
make up the connection ring between the kernel and the application. Examples of drivers include the
Modbus communication and LCD display modules.

Application
The application contains all the elements which carry out the protection and control functions.
The main modules are:
- diagnostic function,
- input management (logical inputs and block signal),
- protective functions,
- event recording,
- output management (output relays, LEDs and block signals).

Each element (Kernel, Drivers and Application) may, in turn, be split into modules:

Base protocol (kernel)


The module known as the Basic Protocol (BP) manages the service communication between the
kernel and the other modules through the communication buses:
- direct for internal functional call,
- SPI over synchronous serial,
- SCI over asynchronous serial.
The activities which may be performed by means of BP include:
- measurement conguration ,
- measurement reading,
- measurement enabling.

Calibration (kernel)
Calibration is performed using the base protocol functions for coordinating the calibration and test-
ing stages with the automatic testing equipment (ATE).

Communication (drivers)
The protective device implements the MODBUS RTU protocol for communicating via the RS232 inter-
face with the ThySetter setting software and via the RS485 interface with the eld bus.
All major codes according to the Modbus standard are envisaged; for a complete description and
map of the addresses, please refer to the appendix mentioned further in this manual.

MMI (drivers)
This handles the menus, available both on the panel and by means of Modbus messages, which
may be run from commands using the keyboard, LEDs and LCD display.
MMI information is stored in EEPROM and may be loaded remotely by means of the basic protocol
functions.

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Data Base (application/drivers)
Using modular criteria, the database is structured in three sections:
- RAM containing the volatile data,
- REE and PAR containing the data recorded in non-volatile memory.
Duplication of the data into two memory banks is envisaged with a continuous control system based
on the cross checking of the consistency of the stored data. Modification of the calibration pa-
rameters is split into two stages; in particular, data undergoing modification is placed in temporary
memory and subsequently confirmed permanently (Store command) or discarded (Clear command).
Instead, the area identified as REE is set aside for recording data which does not require the Store
command for storage, or date written directly by the application (e.g.: counters,...)

Self-test (application)
This function cyclically monitors the operation of the main hardware and software functions without
affecting the process cycle with any signicant delays.
In particular, the functions monitored are the following,
- the reference voltage levels,
- output relay coil continuity,
- the program ow control by monitoring the execution times and stack area occupancy,
- checking the pilot wires (accelerated logic system),
- the consistency of the data in the REE and PAR blocks, duplicated in the EEPROM.

Development tools
For the development of the project, a CASE instrument has been developed, responsible for the opti-
mized production of software code for the management of collaboration, the database and the MMI
data and the Xml files used for communication. The automatic code generation criteria ensures the
quality of the result in terms of the reusability, verifiability and maintainability of the software life
cycle.

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4.3 I/O DESCRIPTION
Metering inputs
The following input are provided:
Three phase current inputs for traditional CTs or LPCTs (Low Power Current Transformers).
One residual current input available on NA011#xxx2 and NA011#xxx3 versions.
The nominal currents are independently adjustable at 1 A or 5 A through DIP-switches (CTs inputs).

NA011

3 phase CT current inputs

3 phase LPCT current inputs

Residual current input

sensori.ai

The input circuits are dimensioned in order to withstand the currents which arise when a fault oc-
curs, both in transient and steady state condition.

Signal processing
Various processing levels are involved:
Acquisition (base level).
Direct measures of physical channels (rst level).
Calculated measures (second level).
Derived (third level).
The measures concerning a level are based on data worked out in the previous level.
For each level the required resources concerning the priority for tasks (conditioning circuits, DSP)
are on hand.

ACQUISITION (base level)


The input signals are sampled 24 times per power cycle

ACQUISITION

INSTANTANEOUS VALUES

acquisition.ai

- iL1...iL3 phase currents instantaneous value


- iE residual current instantaneous value

From the sampled quantities, several measures are computed for protection, monitoring and meter-
ing purposes.

Samples are processed by means DFT (Discrete Fourier Transform) algorithm and the phase and
amplitude of fundamental are computed:

Phase currents IL1, IL2, IL3

3 phase CT current inputs ACQUISITION


i L1, i L2 , i L3 IL1, IL2 , IL3
DFT (In)
3 phase LPCT current inputs

IL1.ai

Residual current IE[1]

ACQUISITION
CT
iE IE
DFT (IEn)

IE.ai

Note 1 The residual current input is available on NA011#xxx2 and NA011#xxx3 versions; when input is unavailable, the residual current is calculated by
the vector sum of the three phase currents, measured by three 1A or 5A CTs or by three LPCT type sensors.

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Fundamental component of the calculated residual current IE[1]

IL1
IL2 IE
IE = IL1 + IL2 + IL3 (I En)
IL3
IEC.ai

Use of measured values

Start (START) Relay K1...K4


Trip (TRIP) Relay K1...K4

Trip (CB CLOSED) LED


Trip (CB OPEN) LED
Srart (START) LED

Trip (50N/51N) LED


Binary input IN1
inary input IN2 ,

Trip (50/51) LED


Trip (TRIP) LED
inary input IN3
IL1, IL2 , IL3
i L1, i L2 , i L3

79 LED
IE
iE
PROTECTION
Phase overcurrent (50/51) g g g g g g
Residual overcurrent (50N/51N) g g g g g g
CONTROL & MONITORING
Circuit Breaker Position (52b) g g g
Circuit Breaker Position (52a) g g g
Automatic Reclose (79) g g
Diagnostic
Protection states
Input states
Output states
MEASURES
Phase current g
Residual current g
EVENT RECORDING
Event 0 g g g g g
Event 1 g g g g g
Event ... g g g g g
Event 99 g g g g g
FAULT RECORDING
Fault 0 g g g g g
Fault 1 g g g g g
Fault ... g g g g g
Fault 19 g g g g g
OSCILLOGRAPHY
Record 1 g g g g g g g g g
Record 2 g g g g g g g g g

Note 1 In versions with CT input, the residual current is available as a direct measure IE, while versions without residual current input the residual cur-
rent is only available as a calculated measure

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Binary inputs
Three binary inputs are available.
The dry inputs must be powered with an external voltage, (usually the auxiliary power supply).
The connections are shown in the schematic diagrams.

Every input is customized for a dened function.

Binary input
FUNCTION
IN1 IN2 IN3

52a (auxiliary CB contact) g


52b (auxiliary CB contact) g
79 (Automatic reclosing) g

52a and 52b


The CB position can be acquired by means of binary inputs connected to the auxiliary contacts: the
information is used to acquire the CB position (open-closed-fault).

+UAUX
IN2

52
52a 52b
CB position
CB diagnostic
IN1

-UAUX
Binary input allocation for CB state acquisition

79
Automatic reclosing enable/external trip .
The exhaustive treatment of the 79 function is described in the concerning paragraph.

79 Enable or NA011
+UAUX External TRIP 79 IN3 select

Binary input IN3 Towards 79 logic

-UAUX

Automatic reclosing - 79

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Output relays
Four output relays are available (K1...K4) with two changeover contacts (SPDT, type C):[1]
K1 and K2 are trip relays.
K3, K4 are signalling relays.[2]
Each output relay may be programmed with following operating mode:
Operation MODE (No latched, Latched).
Logic (Energized/De-energized).
To each output relay a programmable timer is matched (Minimum pulse width parameter).
All parameters are available inside the Set \ Relays menu.

Input

No-latched operation

t TR Minimum pulse width

Latched operation

t
Output relay operation Relay-operation-timers.ai

Any change to the settings can be affected at any time, also with the relay on duty, separately for
each relay.
Notes:
When de-energized operating mode is set, the relay remains in rest condition if no trip command
is in progress.
When energized operating mode is set, the relay remains in operating condition if no trip command
is in progress and the auxiliary supply is powered on.
When no-latched operating mode is set (Kx Mode No-latched), the output relay reset at the end
of the trip condition. To each output relay a programmable timer is matched (minimum pulse width
operation).
When latched operating mode is set Kx Mode Latched, the output relay doesnt reset at the end
of the trip condition; it stays ON until a reset command is issued (RESET key, ThySetter or com-
munication command).
It is advisable to make sure that the output contact technical data are suitable for load (Nominal
current, breaking capacity, make current, switching voltage,...).

Matching every output relay to any protective element is freely programmable inside the Setpoints
submenus according a tripping matrix structure.[3][4]

RELAY
FUNCTION
K1 K2 K3 K4
Self-test relay g g g g

I> Start relays (Start I>) g g g g


I> Trip relays (Trip I>) g g g g
I>> Start relays (Start I>>) g g g g
I>> Trip relays (Trip I>>) g g g g
I>>> Start relays (Start I>>>) g g g g
I>>> Trip relays (Trip I>>>) g g g g

IE> Start relays (Start IE>) g g g g


IE> Trip relays (Trip IE>) g g g g
IE>> Start relays (Start IE>>) g g g g
IE>> Trip relays (Trip IE>>) g g g g

79 Close g g g g
79 Run g g g g
79 Fail g g g g

CB Close g g g g
CB Open g g g g

Self test CB g g g g

Note 1 Schematic diagram are shown inside APPENDIX B1.


Note 2 Reduced breaking capacity for the K3 and K4 relays compared to that of relay K1 and K2.
Note 3 Matching of the output relay to the protective and control functions can be dened so that any collision from other function is avoided.
All output relay are unassigned in the default setting.
Note 4 Self test relay: it is advisable to plan the following settings:
- Energized operating mode,
- No-latched ,
in order that it stays ON for normal conditions and the other way round it goes OFF if any fault is detected and/or the auxiliary supply turns OFF.

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LED indicators
Eight LEDs are available.
One green LED ON: if turned on it means that the device is properly working, if ashing the inter-
nal self-test function has detected an anomaly.
One yellow LED START tagged for START of one or more protective elements. (I>, I>>, I>>>, IE>,
IE>>)
One red LED TRIP tagged for TRIP of one or more protective elements (I>, I>>, I>>>, IE>, IE>>).
One red LED 1, latched, tagged for TRIP of one or more protective elements I>, I>>, I>>>
One red LED 2, latched, tagged for TRIP of one or more protective elements IE>, IE>>
One red LED 3, no latched, tagged for binary input state visualization 52a (CB position)
One red LED 4, no latched, tagged for binary input state visualization 52b (CB position)
One red LED 5, no latched, tagged for binary input state visualization 79.

50N-51N (IE>, IE>> elements) CB OPEN (52a)


50-51 (I>, I>>, I>>> elements) CB CLOSED (52b)
79 (79 State)

Start
Trip

Open CB

Close CB

LED
FUNCTIONS
START TRIP 1 2 3 4 5
Start I> g
Trip I> g g
Start I>> g
Trip I>> g g
Start I>>> g
Trip I>>> g g

Start IE> g
Trip IE> g g
Start IE>> g
Trip IE>> g g g

79 State g g

CB OPEN g
CB CLOSED g

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Communication interfaces
Two communication ports are provided:
RS232 port on the front side for local communication (ThySetter).
RS485 port on the rear side for bus communication.

RS232
A simple DIN to RJ adapter can be used; the L10041 cable can be supplied.
The RS232 port has high priority compared with the RS485 port.

Female connector
RJ10 Connector 1
Pin1 6
4 2 RXD
7
3 3 TXD
8
1 4 DTR
9
2 5 GND

L10041

serial-sch.ai

If RS232 port is not available on Personal Computer, an USB-RS232 converter must be employed.[1]
The serial port is the simplest access for setting by means the ThySetter software.
RS485
Two protocol are implemented:
ModBus RTU. Modbus is a serial communications protocol. It is a de facto standard communica-
tions protocol in industry, and is now the most commonly available means of connecting industrial
electronic devices also inside electric utilities and substation.
IEC 60870-5. The IEC 60870-5 suite of protocol is used for communications from master station to
substation, as well within the substation; the IEC 60870-5-103 (Protection equipment) is available
together the Modbus protocol on some version of Pro-n devices (code NA011#xCxx).

Note 1 After installation, the same communication port must be selected to dene the Thysetter parameters (typically COM4, COM5,...).

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4.4 PROTECTIVE ELEMENTS
Traditional CT inputs
Relay phase nominal current In
This nominal value must be set by means dip-switch to 1 A or 5 A, same as the secondary CTs
nominal current.
Dip-switches are located on the CPU board; the exhaustive treatment of Dip setup is described in
the 6.4 SETTING NOMINAL CURRENTS In AND IEn paragraph.

Relay residual nominal current IEn


For NA011#xxx2 versions, the rated value must be set by means dip-switch to 1 A or 5 A, same as
the secondary nominal current of the residual CT.
Dip-switch is located on the CPU board; the exhaustive treatment of Dip setup is described in the
6.4 SETTING NOMINAL CURRENTS In AND IEn paragraph.
For NA011#xxx0 versions, the rated value is automatically set to the phase nominal current.[1]

Low Power CT inputs


Relay phase nominal current In
This nominal value must be set by means dip-switch to 50 A to 1250 A, same as the primary nominal
current of the protected plant. All settings of the current thresholds are referred to the rated cur-
rent of the relay In, that corresponds to the primary value automatically set as just described.
Dip-switches are located on the rear board; the exhaustive treatment of Dip setup is described in
the 6.5 NOMINAL CURRENT In SETTING FOR LPCT paragraph.

Relay residual nominal current IEn


For NA011#xxx3 versions, the rated value must be set by means dip-switch to 1 A or 5 A, same as
the secondary nominal current of the residual CT.
Dip-switch is located on board of the CPU board; the exhaustive treatment of Dip setup is de-
scribed in the 6.4 and 6.5 SETTING NOMINAL CURRENTS In AND IEn paragraph.
For NA011#xxx1 versions, the rated value is automatically set to the phase nominal current.[1]

Settings
Inside the Set \ Base menu the following parameters can be set:
Primary rated values (phase and residual), employed for measures relative to primary values.
Measurements reading mode (Reading Direct or Relative).
Phase CT primary current Inp
This parameter affects the measure of the phase currents when the primary measurement reading
mode is selected (Reading Direct). It must be programmed to the same value of the phase CT
primary nominal current Traditional CTs) or to the value set for the LPCT inputs.
Example

52 NA011

LPCT Setting
LPCTs CURRENT INPUTS

1A/5A
KCT = 500A/5A=100 In = 500 A
In L1

L2 In = 500 A

I L1...I L3
L3 In = 500 A
50 A
100 A
200 A
400 A
800 A
In=50...1250A

Es-In.ai

The phase CT primary current Inp must be set as: Inp = 500 A
Residual CT primary current IEnp
This parameter affects the measure of the residual current when the primary measurement read-
ing mode is selected with traditional CTs inputs. It must be programmed to the same value of the
residual CTs primary nominal current.
Example 1

52 NA011

KTA = 100 A /1 A IEn= 1 A


1x

Es1-IEn.ai

The residual CT primary current IEnp must be set as: IEnp = 100 A
Note 1 The residual current is calculated by the vector sum of the three phase currents.

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Example 2

52
NA011

KTA = 100A / 5A
3x IEn= 5 A
Es2-IEn.ai

The residual CT primary current IEnp must be set as: IEnp = 100 A
Example 3

52 NA011

LPCT Setting

LPCTs CURRENT INPUTS


1A/5A
KCT = 500A/5A=100 L1 In = 500 A
In
L2 In = 500 A

L3 In = 500 A
I L1...I L3 50 A
100 A
200 A
400 A
800 A
In=50...1250A

Es3-In.ai

The residual CT primary current IEnp must be set as: IEnp = 500 A
Measurement reading mode
- With Reading Relative setting all measures are related to the nominal value,
- With Reading Direct setting all measures are related to the primary value.

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Phase overcurrent - 50/51
Preface
Three operation thresholds, independently adjustable (I>, I>>, I>>>) with adjustable delay
(t >, t >>, t >>>).
The rst one may be programmed with inverse time according the IEC 60255-3/BS142 standard.
The second and third thresholds have a denite time characteristic.
For the denite time thresholds a reset time can be set (t>>RES, t>>>RES) useful to reduce the clearing
time for intermittent faults.
Operation and settings
Each phase fundamental frequency current is compared with the setting value. Currents above the
associated pickup value are detected and a start is issued. After expiry of the associated operate
time a trip command is issued; if instead the current drops below the threshold, the element it is
restored.
The rst threshold (I>) may be programmed with denite or inverse time according the following
characteristic curves:
Standard Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type A or SIT): t = 0.14 t >inv / [(I/I>inv)0.02 - 1]
Very Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type B or VIT): t = 13.5 t >inv / [(I/I>inv) - 1]
Extremely Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type C or EIT): t = 80 t >inv / [(I/I>inv)2 - 1]

Where:
t: operate time
I>inv : threshold setting
t >inv : operate time setting

I> inv
TRIP

t >> def

t >>> def

I> inv I>> def I>>> def I


General operation time characteristic for the phase overcurrent elements - 50/51 t-int-F50-51.ai

For all inverse time characteristics, following data applies:


Asymptotic reference value (minimum pickup value): 1.1 I>inv
Minimum operate time: 0.1 s
Range where the equation is valid:[1] 1.1 I/I>inv 20

For all denite time elements the upper limit for measuring is 40 In for traditional CT input versions or
12.5 kA (primary current) for LPCT input versions (e.g. 25 In with In = 500 A).
All overcurrent elements can be enabled or disabled by setting the relative start and/or trip output to
a selectable relay inside the Set \ Relays menu.
The rst overcurrent element can be programmed with inverse time characteristic by setting the
I>Curve parameter (DEFINITE, IEC/BS A, IEC/BS B, IEC/BS C) available inside the Set \ 50/51
menu.
An adjustable reset time delay is provided for second and third threshold (t >> RES, t >>> RES).

INPUT

t>> RES t>> RES t>> RES

I>> Start
t>> def t>> def

I>> Trip

RESET

t
I>> element phase overcurrent timers - 50/51 Timers-F50-51.ai

Note 1 When the input value is more than 20 times the set point , the operate time is limited to the value corresponding to 20 times the set point

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Each overcurrent element can produce the Breaker Failure output if the BF enable parameters are
set to Trip I> and/or Trip I>> inside the Set \ Breaker failure menu.

If the CLP function (Cold Load Pick-up) is enabled for element blocking, the selected threshold may
be blocked for an adjustable time interval (tCLP>, tCLP>> parameters adjustable inside the Set \
50/51 \ I> Element (I>> Element) \ Setpoints menu), starting from the circuit breaker closure.
This operating mode may be select by setting On-Blocking the ICLP>, ICLP>> parameters.

If the CLP function (Cold Load Pick-up) is enabled for threshold change, the selected threshold may
be changed for an adjustable time interval, starting from the circuit breaker closure.
This operating mode (ON-Changing = ICLP>, ICLP>>) and the concerning operating time
within the CLP (tCLP>, tCLP>>) may be adjusted inside the Set \ 50/51 \ I> Element (I>> Ele-
ment) \ Setpoints menus, whereas the operating thresholds within the CLP ( ICLP>def, ICLP>def,
ICLP>>def) may be adjusted inside the Set \ 50/51 \ I> Element (I>> Element) \ Denite time (In-
verse time) menus.

I >def I >inv Start I>


A =0 or OFF A =1

I L1 (Pickup outside CLP) I>ST-K


I L1 I> I>ST-L

TRIPPING M ATRIX
(LED+REL AYS)
t >inv
I C L P >def I C L P >inv
I> Curve t >RES
t >def
(Pickup within CLP)
I L1 I> t >RES
1 t>
T 0 0 T I>TR-K
T 0 I>TR-L
I L2 RESET

I L3 Trip I>

t CLP>
A = ON - Change setting
A B = OFF
t CLP> Output t CLP> B
CB-State C = ON - Element blocking
T 0 C

ICLP>Mode
Trip I>
BF Enable (ONEnable) & I> BF towards BF logic
I>BF

CB State CB OPEN CB CLOSED CB OPEN

tCLP> 0.1 s

Output tCLP>

t
HIGH THRESHOLD/ LOW THRESHOLD/ HIGH THRESHOLD/
BLOCK UNBLOCK BLOCK

Phase overcurrent (50/51) - First element logic diagram (I>) Fun_50-51S1.ai

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I >>def Start I>>

I L1 (Pickup outside CLP) I>>ST-K


I L1 I>> de f I>>ST-L

TRIPPING M ATRIX
A =0 or OFF A =1

(LED+REL AYS)
I C L P >>def
t >>RES
t >>def
(Pickup within CLP)
I L1 I>> de f t >>RES
1 t >>def
0 T I>>TR-K
T 0 I>>TR-L
I L2 RESET

Trip I>>
I L3

t C L P >>
A = ON - Change setting
A B = OFF
t CLP>> Output t CLP>> B
CB-State C = ON - Element blocking
T 0 C

ICLP>>Mode Trip I>>


BF Enable (ONEnable) & I>> BF towards BF logic
I>>BF

CB State CB OPEN CB CLOSED CB OPEN

tCLP>> 0.1 s

Output tCLP>>

t
HIGH THRESHOLD/ LOW THRESHOLD/ HIGH THRESHOLD/
BLOCK UNBLOCK BLOCK

Phase overcurrent (50/51) - Second element logic diagram (I>>) Fun_50-51S2.ai

I >>>def Start I>>

I L1 (Pickup outside CLP) I>>>ST-K


I L1 I>>> def I>>>ST-L

TRIPPING M ATRIX
A =0 or OFF A =1

(LED+REL AYS)
I C L P >>def
t >>>RES
t >>>def
(Pickup within CLP)
I L1 I>>> def t >>>RES
1 t >>>def
0 T I>>>TR-K
T 0 I>>>TR-L
I L2 RESET

Trip I>>>
I L3

t C L P >>>
A = ON - Change setting
A B = OFF
t CLP>>> Output t CLP>>> B
CB-State C = ON - Element blocking
T 0 C

ICLP>>>Mode
Trip I>>>
BF Enable (ONEnable) & I>>> BF towards BF logic
I>>>BF

CB State CB OPEN CB CLOSED CB OPEN

tCLP>>> 0.1 s

Output tCLP>>>

t
HIGH THRESHOLD/ LOW THRESHOLD/ HIGH THRESHOLD/
BLOCK UNBLOCK BLOCK

Phase overcurrent (50/51) - third element logic diagram (I>>>) Fun_50-51S3.ai

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Residual overcurrent - 50N/51N
Preface
The residual current is:
Measured for NA011#xxx2 and NA011#xxx3 versions from one residual current input with second-
ary nominal current selectable at 1 A or 5 A through DIP-switches or,
Calculated for NA011#xxx0 and NA011#xxx1 versions by the vector sum of the three phase currents,
measured by three 1A or 5A CTs or by three LPCT type sensors.
Two operation thresholds, independently adjustable (IE >, IE >> with adjustable delay (t E >,
t E >>) are available; the rst one (IE >) may be programmed with denite or inverse time according the
IEC and ANSI/IEEE standard curves, the second threshold (IE >>) operates with independent time.
Operation and settings
The residual fundamental frequency current) is compared with the setting value. Current above the
associated pickup value is detected and a start is issued. After expiry of the associated operate
time a trip command is issued; if instead the current drops below the threshold, the element it is
restored.
The rst threshold (IE >) may be programmed with denite or inverse time according the following
characteristic curves:
Standard Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type A or SIT): t = 0.14 t E >inv / [(IE /IE >inv)0.02 - 1]
Very Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type B or VIT): t = 13.5 t E >inv / [(IE /IE >inv) - 1]
Extremely Inverse Time (IEC 255-3/BS142 type C or EIT): t = 80 t E >inv / [(IE /IE >inv)2 - 1]
Moderately Inverse (ANSI/IEEE type MI): t = t E >inv {0.01 / [(IE /IE >inv)0.02 - 1] + 0.023}
Very Inverse (ANSI/IEEE type VI): t = t E >inv {3.922 / [(IE /IE >inv)2 - 1] + 0.098}
Extremely Inverse (ANSI/IEEE type EI): t = t E >inv {5.64 / [(IE /IE >inv)2 - 1] + 0.024}
where:
t: operate time
IE >: pickup value
t E >inv : operate time setting

tE> TRIP

t E >>

IE> I E >> IE

General operation time characteristic for the residual overcurrent elements - 50N/51N

For all inverse time characteristics, following data applies:


Asymptotic reference value (minimum pickup value): 1.1 IE >
Minimum operate time: 0.1 s
Range where the equation is valid:[1] 1.1 IE /IE >inv 20
If IE >inv pickup 2.5 IEn, the upper limit is 10 IEn

For all denite time elements the upper limit for measuring is 10 IEn.
All elements can be enabled or disabled by setting the relative start and/or trip output to a selectable
relay inside the Set \ Relays menu.
For each threshold a reset time can be set (t E>RES, t E>>RE ) useful to reduce the clearing time for
intermittent faults.

INPUT

t E>RES t E>RES t E>RES

IE> Start
t E> t E>

IE> Trip

RESET
t
IE> element residual overcurrent (50N/51N) - Timers Timers-F50N-51N.ai

Note 1 When the input value is more than 20 times the set point , the operate time is limited to the value corresponding to 20 times the set point

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Each residual overcurrent element can produce the Breaker Failure output if the BF enable param-
eters are set to Trip IE> and/or Trip IE>> inside the Set \ Breaker failure menu.

If the CLP function (Cold Load Pick-up) is enabled for element blocking, the selected threshold may
be blocked for an adjustable time interval (tECLP>, tECLP>> parameters adjustable inside the Set
\ 50N/51N \ IE> Element (IE>> Element) \ Setpoints menu), starting from the circuit breaker closure.
This operating mode may be select by setting On-Blocking the IECLP>, IECLP>> parameters.

If the CLP function (Cold Load Pick-up) is enabled for threshold change, the selected threshold may
be changed for an adjustable time interval, starting from the circuit breaker closure.
This operating mode (ON-Changing = IECLP>, IECLP>>) and the concerning operating time
within the CLP (tECLP>, tECLP>>) may be adjusted inside the Set \ 50N/51N \ IE> Element
(IE>> Element) \ Setpoints menus, whereas the operating thresholds within the CLP ( IECLP>def,
IECLP>def ,IECLP>>def) may be adjusted inside the Set \ 50N/51N \ IE> Element (IE>> Ele-
ment) \ Denite time (Inverse time) menus.

I E> def State Start IE>

&
I E I E> def
(Pickup outside CLP) IE>ST-K
1 IE>ST-L

TRIPPING M ATRIX
(LED+REL AYS)
I E> inv State
t E>inv
IE & I E> Curve t E>RES
I E I E> inv t E>def
A =0 or OFF A =1
t >RES
t E>
I EC L P >def I EC L P >inv T 0 0 T IE>TR-K
T 0 IE>TR-L
(Pickup within CLP) RESET
I E I E CL P >
Trip IE>

t EC L P >
A = ON - Change setting
A B = OFF
t ECLP> Output t ECLP> B
CB-State C = ON - Element blocking
T 0 C

IECLP>Mode
Trip IE>
BF Enable (ONEnable) & IE> BF towards BF logic
IE>BF

CB State CB OPEN CB CLOSED CB OPEN

tECLP> 0.1 s

Output tECLP>

t
HIGH THRESHOLD/ LOW THRESHOLD/ HIGH THRESHOLD/
BLOCK UNBLOCK BLOCK

Residual overcurrent (50N/51N) - First element logic diagram (IE>) Fun_50N-51NS1.ai

FUNCTION CHARACTERISTICS NA011 - Manual - 05 - 2010 35


Start IE>>

IE>>ST-K
I E>> def IE>>ST-L

TRIPPING M ATRIX
(LED+REL AYS)
(Pickup outside CLP)
I E I E>> def t E>RES
t E>>def
IE
t >RES
t E>>
I EC L P >>def A =0 or OFF A =1 0 T IE>>TR-K
T 0 IE>>TR-L
(Pickup within CLP) RESET
I E I ECLP >>
Trip IE>>

t EC L P >>
A = ON - Change setting
A B = OFF
t ECLP>> Output t ECLP>> B
CB-State C = ON - Element blocking
T 0 C

IECLP>>Mode
Trip IE>>
BF Enable (ONEnable) & IE>> BF towards BF logic
IE>>BF

CB State CB OPEN CB CLOSED CB OPEN

tECLP>> 0.1 s

Output tECLP>>

t
HIGH THRESHOLD/ LOW THRESHOLD/ HIGH THRESHOLD/
BLOCK UNBLOCK BLOCK

Residual overcurrent (50N/51N) - Second element logic diagram (IE>>) Fun_50N-51NS2.ai

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Breaker failure - BF
Preface
When the protection issues a trip command but, because an anomaly, the circuit breaker cannot
open, the breaker failure protection issues a back-up trip command to trip adjacent circuit break-
ers.
The breaker failure function may be started by internal protective function if associated with BF.
Operation and settings
The starting of the timer occurs if both the following conditions are lled:
A) Start and trip of internal protective elements (trip of elements matched with BF protection);
B) The CB is closed (the CB state may be acquired by means one or two binary inputs connected to
the auxiliary contacts 52a and 52b).

If both conditions are held along the set operate time t BF, the BF element trips at deadline, vice versa
the timer is cleared and the function is restored.
To the purpose to restore the BF element as quickly as possible, with start of the same protection
(see A condition), additionally to the trip of some internal protections, their starts are required (start
reset is faster than trip reset).

The element may be enabled or disabled by setting OFF, Trip I>, trip I>>, trip IE> or trip IE>>
the BF Enable parameter.

BF Enable t BF

52a
52b Tr ip B F
S t ar t B F
Tr ip

General logic diagram of the breaker failure element - BF all-FBF.ai

The t BF and BF Enable parameters are available inside the Set \ Breaker failure-BF menu.

BF start from Circuit breaker


One or two binary inputs are designed for acquire the 52a and 52b auxiliary contacts. The CB check
parameter is available inside the Set \ Circuit breaker menu, the 52a, 52b and 52a/52b function
is assigned to the selected binary inputs.

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4.5 CONTROL AND MONITORING

Circuit breaker supervision


Preface
By means 52a and 52b auxiliary contacts, the CB position is acquired; based on this information a Open
and/or Close can be sent safely issued by user.
To activate the Auto-reclose function the CB state acquisition must be enabled.
The wrong congruity of the auxiliary contact is detected in run time mode (52a and 52b), by means of
binary inputs; any failure is detect and stored inside the 100 events (Data Logger).

CB check
+UAUX
52a ON/OFF
IN2

REL AYS TRIPPING M ATRIX


52

LED 3, 4
52a 52b

=1
IN1 T 0

-UAUX 52b ON/OFF

Logic diagram concerning the Circuit Breaker monitoring Fun-CB-position.ai

Operation and settings


52a is the auxiliary contact in the breaker that is in the same position as the breaker (52a open = CB
open). It must be assigned to the IN2 binary input.
52b is the auxiliary contact in the breaker that is in the opposite position as the breaker (52b open =
CB closed)). It must be assigned to the IN1 binary input.
The circuit breaker position can be veried by one or two logic inputs, the parameter is available
within the Set \ Circuit breaker menu:
CB check = 52a/52b: both binary input must be wired to 52a and 52b auxiliary contacts
CB check = 52a: the binary input IN2 must be wired to 52a
CB check = 52b: the binary input IN1 must be wired to 52b.
With 52a/52b setting, if an inconsistency is veried (eg, IN1 and IN2 are both ON or both OFF) an
alarm message is displayed (Position Alarm), the LED 3 and 4 blinks and the output relay Self
Test CB switches.
With 52a or 52b setting, no inconsistency may be detected

Circuit breaker commands


By means of the (Open) and (Close) keys the circuit breaker command may be issued.
The committed output relays must be enabled inside the Set \ Relays menu.

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Automatic reclosure - 79
Preface
The automatic reclosure function is well-used on overhead lines (when faults are self-extinguish
after tripping of protection relays).
To activate the Auto-reclose function the CB state acquisition must be enabled!

Operation and settings[1]


The following sequences may be selected:
Rapid reclosure,
Rapid reclosure + slow reclosure
Rapid reclosure + slow reclosure followed by one or more delayed reclosures (1...5).
Starting of the automatic reclosing function can be raised by internal protective elements or exter-
nally by means binary input signals (eg: external protection device contacts or operating switches).

The following logics may be set (binary input IN3 allocation):


External trip; activation command (pulse),
Enabling; activation command (On = Enable).
The element may be enabled or disabled by setting ON the 79 Enable parameter available inside
the Set \ AutoReclose-79 menu.

79 Enable 79 Mode N.DAR t rdt t sdt tr td 79 MC-td-EN 79 MO-RES

C B check
5 2 a, 5 2 b, 5 2 a& 5 2 b 7 9 - C lose
7 9 - Run
IN 3 selec t 79 7 9 - F ail
7 9 E nable

7 9 Tr igger

Trip I>

Trip I> &

Trip I>>

Trip I>> &

Trip I>>

Trip I>> &


Trip IE> 1
&
Trip IE>

Trip IE>>
&
Trip IE>>

Tr ip E X T Trip EXT
&
Tr ip P ro t E x t

General logic diagram of the automatic reclose function - 79 all-F79.ai

The following output functions may be coupled to the output relays:


CB reclosing command (79 Close); it is indispensable for the auto reclosure function.
Cycle in progress (79 Run).
Reclosure fail (79 Fail).
The following timers are provided:
trdt Rapid reclosure dead time
tsdt Slow reclosure dead time
tr Reclaim time
td Slow reclosure fault discrimination time
Rapid reclosure dead time (trdt )[2]
It is the time interval from the CB opening command and the CB reclosing command.
Note 1 The CB state acquisition must be enabled; if CB check = None the 79 function is disabled
Note 2 The reclosing waiting time is calculated from the rst event that is detected between the reset of the trip element and the open state acquisition
of the circuit breaker

FUNCTION CHARACTERISTICS NA011 - Manual - 05 - 2010 39


The setting time for the rapid reclosure is a compromise from the time required for the arc extinction
on the fault location and the max allowable out of service time of the line.
The parameter must be adjusted on the basis of the extension and grid voltage. The minimum value
should allow the arc deionization and the insulation restoring in order to comply with the mechanical
characteristics of the circuit breaker and the residual arc extinction.

Slow reclosure dead time (tsdt )[1]


It is the time interval from the failed fast reclosure and the start of slow reclosure sequence.
The setting time for the waiting time is a function of the mechanical characteristics of the circuit
breaker (data must be supplied by manufacturer). For newest circuit breakers typical values are 60 s
and 180 s for oldest circuit breakers.

Reclaim time (tr)


It is the time interval following the initiation of reclosure command.
If no trip operation arises within the reclaim time the reclosing operation is regarded as successful
and the device is ready for a new sequence.
If any trip arises within the reclaim time the cycle goes on with sequence depending from the set-
ting mode.
Slow reclosure fault discrimination time (td).
If any trip arises within the time interval td, the cycle goes off and the failed reclosure is issued.

Rapid reclosing
With Rapid-reclose setting (79 Mode = Rapid), if no faults (CB opening command) occurs within the
reclaim time (Successful rapid reclosure), after the reclaim time the system comes back to reset; a
new trip starts a rapid reclosing sequence again. Any trip within the tr time interval causes a block-
ing of the sequence and a failed reclosure signal is issued (unsuccessful rapid reclosure);

CB State CB CLOSED CB OPEN CB CLOSED

trdt
tr

Reclaim timer

t
Successfully rapid reclosure 79-diafram.ai

Unsuccessful rapid reclosure; new fault (CB opening command) occurs within the reclaim time.
The automatic reclosing system is blocked and a failed reclosure command is issued.
After the reclaim time, following a closed CB condition without any faults, the system comes back
to reset.

CB State CB CLOSED CB OPEN CB CLOSED CB OPEN CB CLOSED

trdt
tr tr

Reclaim timer

Failed reclosure
t
Unsuccessful rapid reclosure 79RF-diafram.ai

Note 1 The reclosing waiting time is calculated from the rst event that is detected between the reset of the trip element and the open state acquisition
of the circuit breaker

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Rapid +Slow reclosing
With Rapid+Slow reclose setting (79 Mode = Rapid+Slow) if a fault (CB opening command) oc-
curs within the reclaim time, after the slow reclosure dead time (tsdt ) a slow reclosure is operated.
Because no trip occurs within the reclaim time the system comes back to reset; any new trip starts
a rapid + slow reclosing sequence again (Successful rapid + slow reclosure).

CB State CB CLOSED CB OPEN CB CLOSED CB OPEN CB CLOSED

trdt tsdt
tr tr

Reclaim timer

Discrimination timer
td t
Rapid reclosure over a fault and subsequent successfully slow reclosure 79RL-diafram.ai

Conversely if a new fault (CB opening command) occurs within the reclaim time and the next slow
reclosure is issued with fault within the slow reclosure fault discrimination time td the automatic
reclosing system is blocked and a failed reclosure command is issued (unsuccessful rapid + slow
reclosure).

CB CLOSED

CB State CB CLOSED CB OPEN CB CLOSED CB OPEN CB OPEN

trdt tsdt
tr tr

Reclaim timer

Discrimination timer

td

Failed reclosure

t
Rapid reclosure over a fault and subsequent slow reclosure still over a fault 79RLF-diafram.ai

Rapid + slow reclosures and


subsequent delayed reclosures
With Rapid+Slow reclose setting (79 Mode = Rapid+Slow) and more than zero reclosures are
enabled (79N.DAR = 1...5) if a fault (CB opening command) occurs within the reclaim time, after
the slow reclosure dead time (tsdt ) a slow reclosure is operated on fault detected later than td1 but
within the reclaim time tr ; once the reclaim time has elapsed, the delayed reclosing is issued.

CB OPEN

CB State CB CLOSED CB OPEN CB CLOSED CB OPEN CB CLOSED CB CLOSED

trdt tsdt
tr tr tr

Reclaim timer

Discrimination timer

td td
Failed reclosure

t
Rapid reclosure over a fault and subsequent slow and delayed reclosures 79RLM-diafram.ai

FUNCTION CHARACTERISTICS NA011 - Manual - 05 - 2010 41


The delayed reclosure starts the timer td (reclosure fault discrimination time); at the same time the
reclaim timer tr is started; if no more trip within tr, once the reclaim time has elapsed, the system
comes back to reset. (Successful rapid + slow + delayed reclosures).
Conversely, if a further trip within td arises, the automatic reclosing system is blocked and a failed
reclosure command is issued.
Following trips after the td up to ve reclosures may be programmed by means the N.DAR parameter
available inside the Set \ Auto-reclose - 79 menu.

CB manual CLOSE
The intentional CB closing command start the reclaim (tr) and Manual close fault discrimination (td)
timers if the manual close discrimination timer is enabled (79-MC-td-EN=ON).

CB State CB CLOSED CB OPEN CB CLOSED CB OPEN CB CLOSED CB OPEN CB CLOSED

trdt
tr

Reclaim timer

CB manual close

79-MC-td-EN

CB manual close command MC-tdEN-diagram.ai

CB manual OPEN
The intentional CB opening command reset the reclaim (tr) if the Reset cycle from manual open pa-
rameter is enabled (79-MO-RES=ON).

CB State CB CLOSED CB OPEN CB CLOSED CB OPEN CB CLOSED CB OPEN

trdt trdt
tr tr

Reclaim timer

CB manual open

79-MO-RES

Reset cycle from CB manual open command MO-RES-diagram.ai

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Test
The test function allows the checking of each 50-51 and 50N-51N protection function threshold by
means of the introduction of a dummy signal, with twice the setting threshold value and duration as
to cause the start and/or tripping of the threshold itself, into the input circuit stages of the relay.
This test does not include checking the system measuring transformers and the relevant connec-
tions to the digital protection relay.
Having activated the test function mode, the threshold relating to the protective function to be
checked and the relevant test method must be selected. The latter may or may not include changing
the status of the output relays assigned as the selected threshold start and /or trip.
For the thresholds relating to protective functions 50 and 51 the dummy signal is applied simultane-
ously over all phases.
Example, with setting t>inv = 1 s, the operate time for the rst element 50/51is:
10 s with IEC/BS A characteristic
13.5 s with IEC/BS B characteristic
26.6 s with IEC/BS C characteristic

In cases involving selection of the test mode without any changes in the status of the output relays
(blank Testing), upon tripping of the selected threshold, the corresponding LED is lit and the test
outcome recorded as the most recent event. The test condition is shown by means of the blinking
green LED ON.[1]

Test I> led


Test I>> led
Test I>>> led
Test IE> led
Test IE>> led
In cases involving selection of the test mode with changes in the status of the output relays, at
the start and/or tripping of the selected threshold the corresponding programmed output relay is
switched, the corresponding LED lit and the outcome recorded as the most recent event. The test
condition is shown by means of the blinking green ON.[2]
Test I> full
Test I>> full
Test I>>> full
Test IE> full
Test IE>> full
For both modes the test may be ended by means of the Test off command; in any case they are
ended after 2 minutes.

Oscillography
Set trigger
Following parameters, available inside the Oscillography \ Setting menu, are user-programmable:

Pre-trigger time.

Trigger

0...63 T
pre-trigger post-trigger Time
record length
trigger.ai

With setting of the Trigger parameter General start or General trip the recording starts with
state change of any protection elements.
With setting of the Trigger parameter Manual the recording starts with manual command (Thy-
Setter).
With setting of the Trigger parameter K1...K4 the recording starts with state change of the se-
lected output relay.
With setting of the Trigger parameter IN1, IN2, IN3 he recording starts with state change of
any binary input.
With setting of the rigger aux parameter Start I>, Start I>>, Start I>>>,.... the recording
starts with state change of start or trip of the selected protection element.

Set measured channels


The analog measures ((iL1, iL2 , iL3 , iE ), IL1, IL2 , IL3 , IE ) may be select inside the Oscillography \ Setting
\ Analog channel 1...4 menu.
Everyone of four analog channel may be associated to one of the selected measures.

Set digital channels


The desired I/O signals may be select inside the Oscillography \ Setting \ Digital channels menu
(General start, General trip, K1... K4, , IN1, IN2, IN3).

Note 1 The test is performed (LED) even if the concerning element is assigned to almost one output relay
Note 2 The test is performed (LED & relays) even if the concerning element is assigned to almost one output relay

FUNCTION CHARACTERISTICS NA011 - Manual - 05 - 2010 43


5 M E A S U R E S , L O G I C S TAT E S A N D C O U N T E R S
Measures
RMS value of fundamental component for phase currents (I L1, I L 2 , I L 3 )
RMS value of fundamental component for measured residual current (I E )

Circuit breaker
The CB and 79 states are provided
Position Open - Closed - Unknown
and the binary inputs state:
IN1-52b On/Off
IN2-52a On/Off
IN3-79 On/Off

Counters
For every protective element and control function several counters are available; the partial coun-
ters can be cleared by the user.
Every partial counter is reset to zero when ten thousand count is passed.
All partial counters can be cleared by means a single command; for this purpose the Reset coun-
ters command must be issued available inside the Reset menu.
Counter ST I> (start I> element)
Counter ST I>> (start I>> element)
Counter ST I>>> (start I>>> element)
Counter ST IE> (start IE> element)
Counter ST IE>> (start IE>> element)
Counter TR I> (trip I> element)
Counter TR I>> (trip I>> element)
Counter TR I>>> (trip I>>> element)
Counter TR IE> (trip IE> element)
Counter TR IE>> (trip IE>> element)
Counter 79 RR (Rapid reclosures)
Counter 79 RL (Slow reclosures)
Counter 79 RM (Delayed reclosures)
Counter 79 FR P (Failed reclosures)
Counter 79 FR E (Failed reclosures)
Counter 79 FR X (Failed reclosures)

Fault recording - SFR


Recording[1] is triggered by:
Relay activation (OFF-ON)
External trigger (binary input) programmed as Fault trigger
Element start or trip
Twenty events are recorded into a circular FIFO (First In, First Out) buffer.[2]
Following information are stored in every record:
Read \ Faults \ Info menu
Faults stored[3]
Last fault
Read \ Faults \ Fault menu
Fault number (F-Number)
Fault Cause (F-Cause)
Fault Phases (F-Phases)
Phase currents (F-IL1, F-IL2, F-IL3)
Residual current IEr F-IE)
Date and time (F-Year)
Date and time (F-Year)
Date and time (F-Month)
...
Date and time (F-Millisecond)
The fault log may be erased by means of the command available inside the Read \ Faults \ Reset
menu.

Event recording - Events


Recording is triggered by:
Power up and/or Power down.
Element start or trip.
Binary input switch (OFF-ON or ON-OFF).
Setting modify.
Control function trip (CB switch OFF-ON or ON-OFF).
One hundred events are recorded into a circular FIFO (First In, First Out) buffer (Read \ Events \ Info

Note 1 Data concerning the twenty events are stored into non volatile memory; they are held in spite of power down
Note 2 Fault 0 is the newest event, while the Fault 19 is the oldest event
Note 3 Counter is updated at any new record; it may be cleared by means ThySetter

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menu).[1]
Following information are stored in every record:
Read \ Events \ Info menu
Event stored [2]
Last Event
Read \ Event \ Event menu
Event number (E-Number)
Event Cause (E-Cause)
Date and time (E-Year)
Date and time (E-Year)
Date and time (E-Month)
...
Date and time (E-Millisecond)

Info
Code NA011-a
Serial ...... (Serial number)
Firmware release ...... (eg: 2.00)
Nominal freq. (eg: 50 or 60 Hz)
Firmware release ...... (ef: 1.00)
Protocol release ...... (eg: 1.00)

Protections trip
Protections trip (eg: Trip I>>)

Self-test
Following information are available (Read \ Self test \ Info menu):
Type
Self-test cause
Self-test latch
The relay self-test function classies relay operational anomalies according to three levels:
- MINOR ANOMALY: The device continues to function within the possible limits with the protective
devices activated;
- MAJOR ANOMALY: Operation of the device may be corrected by the operator by resetting the
initial (default) conguration and hence the desired settings;
- FATAL ANOMALY: All logic and protective functions are inoperative and the relay must be returned
to the factory.
The internal self-test function is capable of detecting the following anomalies and indicating them
by means of messages:
- defective auxiliary power supply (FATAL ANOMALY);
- output relay coil breakage (FATAL ANOMALY);
- alteration of the calibration data stored in EEPROM memory (FATAL ANOMALY);
- alteration of the parameters (threshold setting, times, relays etc.) in EEPROM memory (MAJOR
ANOMALY);
- alteration of the data (counters, records, ...etc.) in EEPROM memory (FATAL ANOMALY);
Upon detection of at least one of the above mentioned anomalies, the output relay programmed for
Self-test is switched and the information is recorded (latched).

Oscillography - DFR[3]
Upon programmable trigger, the fault records are recorded in COMTRADE format d; the sampled
measures (64 sample per cycle) are stored in a circular shift memory buffer.
The fault record are self-triggered; they are stored in sequential order up the allocated memory is
used up after which the oldest memory is overwritten.
An operating procedure example for the digital fault recording is illustrated inside the ThySetter
section.

Following parameters are user-programmable:[4]


Pre-trigger time (0...63 T where T = number of power cycles; Example, with settings T=4 the pre-trig-
ger duration is 80 ms with f = 50 Hz).

Trigger

0...63 T
pre-trigger post-trigger Time
record length
trigger.ai

Selected sampled quantities.


Note 1 The newest event data are stored inside the event addressed by the Last event parameter (1...100)
Note 2 Counter is updated at any new record; it may be cleared by means ThySetter
Note 3 The Programmable Logic Controller requires a licence; to purchase it please contact Thytronic.
Note 4 As all settings, the settings take effect only after sending the Store command

MEASURES, LOGIC STATES AND COUNTERS NA011 - Manual - 05 - 2010 45


Analog channels (1...4) allocation.
Digital channels allocation (output relay and/or binary inputs).
Trigger setup; the information storage starts when a state transition on the selected signal occurs.
(protective element start and/or trip, output relay and/or binary input switching).

Example 1
With the following setting:
Analog channel 1: iL1
Analog channel 2: iL2
Analog channel 3: iL3
Analog channel 4: iL4
Digital channel: K1
Pre-trigger: 1 T (20 ms)

the stored record length of the two records with f = 50 Hz is 240 ms

Trigger
20 ms
1T
240 ms Time
trigger.ai

Example 2
With the following setting:
Analog channel 1: iL1
Analog channel 2: -
Analog channel 3: -
Analog channel 4: -
Digital channel: K1
Pre-trigger: 1 T (20 ms)

the stored record length of the two records with f = 50 Hz is 640 ms

Oscillographic recorder example oscillo-phase.ai

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6 I N S TA L L AT I O N
6.1 PACKAGING
Packaging consists of a paperboard packaging guaranteeing adequate protection for transport and
storage under normal environmental conditions.
The Pro-N protection relays must be stored within the required temperature limits; the relative hu-
midity should not cause condensation or formation of frost.
It is recommended that the devices are stored in their packaging; in the case of long storage, espe-
cially in extreme climatic conditions.
It is recommended that the packaging not be disposed of into the environment, but kept in case the
relay should be moved at some later time.

6.2 MOUNTING
The devices are housed inside metal cases suitable assembly:
Flush mounting
Rack9.

Flush mounting
The xed case, tted with special fastening brackets, is mounted on the front of electric control
board, previously drilled as indicated in the drawing.
In case of side-by-side mounting of several relays the minimum drilling distance is determined by
the front dimensions indicated in the overall dimensions drawing, increased by 3 mm, to ensure an
adequate tolerance and gasket space between adjacent relays.
The depth dimension, as indicated in the drawing, must be increased by as much as needed to allow
room for the wiring.

102.5 0.3
107 75 30 70
101

D1

A1
A2
C1 C2
A3 F1
A4 RX F2
A5 F3
A6 TX F4
A7 F5
A8 C3 C4
A9 B1
A10 B2
161
154
177

171
149

A11 B3
A12 B4
ON 1 2 3 4 5 START B5
A13
A14 C5 C6 B6
TRIP
A15 B7
A16 B8

A17
A18
A19
A20 C7 C8

A21
A22

E1

N.4 fori 3.5

Remove the upper tile and open the little door to access the fastening screws.

Removing tie to access the fastening screws Remove-tile.ai

INSTALLATION NA011 - Manual - 05 - 2010 47


The xed case is fastened by means of four screws onto the panel as indicated in the drawing.

Flush-mount1.ai

Rack mounting
For mounting inside a standardized 19-inch system (EIA 310-D, IEC 60297 and DIN 41494 SC48D), the
MAR adapter is required (available on request).

482.6
465
177 (4U)
101.6

ON 1 2 3 4 5 START ON 1 2 3 4 5 START ON 1 2 3 4 5 START ON 1 2 3 4 5 START

TRIP TRIP TRIP TRIP

Rack mounting Rack-mount.ai

To allow opening of the keyboard door a one unit space must be provided when several rack are
overlapping mounted.

Rack mounting Rack-mount1.ai

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6.3 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Electrical connections should be made by referring to the connection diagram; in cases where cer-
tain of the circuits (communication, block, or others) are not used, the relevant connections must
remain open. Examples of connection diagrams are reported on Appendix to this manual.

CAUTION Devices must be installed by qualied personnel only. No liability is accepted from Thytronic due to improper use.
For the A1...A22 connections and (RS485), screw terminals with following characteristics are avail-
able:
Nominal cross section: 0.14...2.5 mm2 (AWG 26...16) for single conductor
da 0.14 a 0.75 mm2 for two conductors with same cross section
Tightening torque: 0.5-0.6 Nm
Stripping length: 8 mm

The connections to the current signal inputs C1...C8 can be made by ring lugs suitable for M4 screws
and an insulating panel covering the terminals may be mounted for safety purposes.

D1

A1 A1
K1 A2 A2
C1 C2
A3 A3 F1
A4 A4 RX F2
K2 A5 A5 F3
A6 A6 TX F4
A7 A7 F5
K3 A8 A8 C3 C4

A9 A9 B1
A10 A10 B2
K4 A11 A11 B3
A12 A12 B4
A13 A13 B5
IN1
A14 A14 C5 C6 B6
B7
IN2
A15 A15
A16 A16 B8

IN3
A17 A17
A18 A18

A19 A19
UAUX A20 A20 C7 C8 RS485
A+
A21
1 2 3

A21
3

B-
A22 A22
2
1

E1

Amperometric inputs from traditional CTs

D1

A1 A1
L1

K3 A2 A2 LPCT
Setting
A3 A3 F1
A4 A4
L2
RX F2
Amperometric inputs from LPCTs
K1 A5 A5 F3
1 2 3 4 5
A6 A6 TX F4
A7 A7 1 2 3 4 5
L3 F5
K2 A8 A8
A9 A9 1 2 3 4 5 B1
A10 A10 B2
K4 A11 A11 B3
50
A12 A12 100
200
B4
A13 A13 400
800
B5
IN1
A14 A14 B6

IN2
A15 A15 B7
A16 A16
EX. In =
300A
B8
(100+200)
IN3
A17 A17
A18 A18
A19 A19
UAUX A20 A20 C7 C8 RS485
A+
A21
1 2 3

A21
3

A22 A22
B-
2
1

E1

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Core balanced CT[1]
Proper installation is shown in g. 1a and 1b.
The current balance transformer, when used for measuring residual current, must be crossed in the
same direction by all active conductors and hence, also by the neutral conductor if distributed, with
the exception of the ground connection protective conductor. The drawing below shows cases of
assembly of the toroid on unscreened and screened cables; prior to proceeding with assembly, it is
necessary to check that there are no screen-to-ground connections upstream of the sensor.

Source Source

Insulated cables

Shielded cables

Armoring Armoring

Load Load
Fig. 1a Fig. 1b
Current balanced transformer Toroide.ai

In order to ensure a linear response from the sensor, the cables must be positioned in the centre
of the transformer so that the magnetic effect of the three cables is perfectly compensated in the
absence of residual current (Fig.2a).
Hence, the assembly indicated in the drawing of g.2b, in which phase L3 causes local magnetic
saturation whereby the vectorial sum of the three currents would be non-null, should be avoided.
The same considerations also apply when the sensor is positioned near bends in the cabling.
It is recommended that the transformer be placed away from bends in the conductors).
The use of a balance transformer with an inside diameter about twice the diameter of the the cable
going through it is recommended.

L1 L1

L2 L3 L2 L3

Fig. 2a Fig. 2b Fig. 2c


Current balanced transformer Toroide.ai

Note 1 Use of a toroid is recommended when high sensitivity is required (NA011#xxx2 and NA011#xxx3 versions

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Earth
A protective ground connection is required, which must be connected to the suitable screw with a
separate lead of at least 2.5 mm2; the connection from A21 or a22 terminal and the ground srew is
also required.[1]

Earthing rear.ai

CT amperometric inputs
The amperometric input circuits are assembled inside the xed module, so no short circuit on the
secondary CTs must be provided when the removable module is pulled out
In the event of case replacement, some camps must be provided externally to shorting the second-
ary CTs circuits to avoid secondary open circuit of CTs that may endanger equipment or people.

CAUTION In case of disconnection CT wiring to the case, pay attention must to do not open live circuits.

When making the current connections, attention must be paid to not exceeding the performance
of the line current transformers. To be exact, the total load, constituted by the protective relay, any
other protective relays or measuring instruments and the resistance of the connections, must not ex-
ceed the line CT performance. In particular, consumption of the relay input circuit must not exceed
0.2 VA while the load (expressed in VA) constituted by the conductors is given by:

0.018 L In 2 / S
where:
L the overall length, expressed in m, of the two conductors in relation to each phase;
In nominal current of the line CT expressed in A;
S cross sectional area of the current conductors expressed in mm2.
It is recommended that cabling of a suitable thickness be used in order to limit wear of the CT sec-
ondary circuits.

LPCT amperometric inputs


The amperometric input are designed for Low Power Current Transformer with 100 A - 22.5 mv ratio.
Connections to NA011 device must be carried out by means RJ45 plugs, forming a part of the Trans-
former.[2]

Note 1 The A21 and A22 terminal are link together inside the relay
Nota 2 For technical data please call Thytronic.

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Binary inputs
The dry input circuits, despite being galvanically isolated, must preferably be supplied with the same
auxiliary voltage of the control panel.
The inputs are polarity free with wide voltage range.
+UAUX

A B A13
IN1
A14

A15
-UAUX
IN2
A16

A17
IN3
A18

The optocupled inputs are immune to transitory interferences, however the following recommenda-
tion must be considered in high disturbed environments:
Position input wiring away from high energy sources.
Use shielded cables with ground connection on only one end (preferably at the relay side.

Output relays
Four output relays are available (SPDT, type C):
K1 and K2 (trip relays).
K3 e K4 (signalling relays).
It is advisable to verify that the technical characteristic of the contacts be suitable for the applied
load (about current, nominal voltage, make and break current , etc..).
All contacts are shown in de-energized state for standard reference

RS232 port
The link from PC and NA10 serial port must be established by means a L10041 cable.

USB-RS232 converter
Female connector L10041
RJ10 Connector 1
6
Pin1 4 2 RXD
7
3 3 TXD
8
1 4 DTR
9
2 5 GND

(if none RS232 PC port is available)

serial1-sch.ai

When no RS232 port is available on Personal Computer, a suitable USB to RS232 converter must be
employed.
After installation, the same communication port must be selected to dene the Thysetter parameters
(typically COM4, COM5,...).

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RS485 port
RS485 communication circuit connections must be made using screened twisted pair cable observ-
ing the polarities; screening must only be connected to the end terminating at the RS485 interface
circuit pertaining to the monitoring unit.
It is recommended to terminate the line at the extremities of the same; this must be performed on the
RS485 line control unit and on the NA011 device placed at the furthest point connecting the specially
provided resistor; termination can be made by means a jumper between the E1-E2 terminals.
Termination resistors allow adjusting the impedance of the line, reducing the inuence of the induc-
tive components of the same, which might compromise good communication.

Pro-N NA011

K1 A3
A4
A5
K2 A6
C1
A7
I L1 A8

OUTPUT RELAYS
C2
C3 CURRENT INPUTS K3 A9

C4
I L2
K4 A10
C5 A11
I L3 K5 A12
C6
K6 A13
C7
IE A14
C8
F1
F2 1
F3 E1
RS485

RS485
B- F4 B- 2
A+ F5 A+ 3
ETHERNET

A1 D1
UAUX
A2
THYBUS

SUPERVISION UNIT E1

B-
BLOCK OUT

RS485
BLOCK IN

BLOUT-
A17 A15
BLOUT+
120 A18 A16
A+

A19
BINARY INPUTS

IN1 FRONT PANEL


A20
RS232

A21
IN2
A22

RS485-wiring.ai

INSTALLATION NA011 - Manual - 05 - 2010 53


6.4 NOMINAL CURRENT I n AND I En SETTINGS
Factory default settings:
Nominal phase current In: 5 A (NA011#xxx0 and NA011#xxx2 versions)
Nominal residual current IEn: 1 A (NA011#xxx2 and NA011#xxx3 versions)
To modify settings, the dip-switches placed on the front board must be changed (the case must be
open).

CAUTION Turn off power supply before opening the case.

The following operations must be performed:


Remove the auxiliary supply
Remove the upper tile and open the little door to access the fastening screws.

Removing tie to access the fastening screws Remove-tile.ai

Unscrew gradually back to back the four fastening screw in order avoid loss of the internal washer.
Unmounting of the case from the switchboard is not needed.
Rotate the MMI module with care to not disconnect the at cable.

Avoid touching the printed circuit and connections[1],

Note 1 There are components present which are sensitive to electrostatic discharge.
When the module is removed, it is important to pay particular attention to avoid any accidental contact with the internal components.
In order to avoid the static electricity accumulated in the human body from causing damage, it is recommended to observe the following precautions:
- eliminate any potential differences between the human body and the device by touching the metallic case,
- avoid touching the printed circuit and connections (tracks, component terminals),
- avoid handing the device to others,
- set the programming DIPs by using antistatic tools.

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Set the dip-switches on the top of the circuit board in accordance with the drawing shown below,.

Dip-swithes position

Move dip-switches according the following layout.[1]

IL3
IL2
IL1
IE

1A Default settings:
ON

- In =5 A
5A - IEn =1 A
4 3 2 1
IL3
IL2
IL1
IE

1A Settings:
ON

- In =1 A
5A - IEn =1 A
4 3 2 1
IL3
IL2
IL1
IE

1A Settings:
ON

- In =1 A
5A - IEn =5 A
4 3 2 1
IL3
IL2
IL1
IE

1A Settings:
ON

- In =5 A
5A - IEn =5 A
4 3 2 1

Dip-switch localization concerning the nominal current setting inside the front board

Note1 On NA011#xxx0 and NA011#xxx1 versions (without residual input circuit), the IE setting is not meaningful.
Place switches 1 ... 4 according to the number on the printed circuit board (not considering the numbers on the component)

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6.5 NOMINAL CURRENT I n SETTING FOR LPCT
Factory default settings:
Primary nominal phase current In: 300 A
Nominal residual current IEn: 1 A (NA011#xxx2 and NA011#xxx3 versions as shown in the previous
pages)
To modify the phase rated currents, the dip-switches placed on the rear panel must be set.

D1
50
L1
100
A1
LPCT
200
A2 Setting 400
A3
L2 F1 800 cursor
A4 RX F2
A5 F3
1 2 3 4 5
A6 TX F4
L3 F5
A7 1 2 3 4 5
A8

A9 1 2 3 4 5 B1
A10 B2 In = 300 A (100 + 200) Factory default setting
A11 B3
50
A12 100 B4
200
A13 400 B5
800
A14
A15
B6
B7
In = 50 A Minimum setting
EX. In = B8
A16 300A
(100+200)
A17
A18
A19
In = 1250 A (800 + 400 + 50) Maximum setting
A20 C7 C8

A21
3

A22
2

configurations not allowed !


1

E1

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6.6 LED ALLOCATION
Eight indicator LEDs and six keys are available on the front panel:

50N-51N (IE>, IE>>) CB OPEN (52a)


50-51 (I>, I>>, I>>>) CB CLOSED (52b)
79

Start
Trip

CB Open

CB Close

6.7 FINAL OPERATIONS

Before energizing the electric board, it is advisable to check that:


The auxiliary voltage in the panel falls within the operative range of relays.
The rated current of the line CTs corresponds to the settings of relay.
All wirings are correct.
All screws are tightly screwed.

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7 PROGRAMMING AND SETTINGS
All relay programming and adjustment operations may be performed through MMI (keyboard and
display) or using a Personal Computer with the aid of the ThySetter software.

For safety reasons, a change of the following parameters become active only after an hw reset:
WARNING - Relay nominal frequency (fn)
- Ethernet communication parameters (IP host address, IP net mask, Autonegotiation).

7.1 SW ThySetter
The ThySetter sw is a browser of data (setting, measure, etc..); it implements an engine that is
afford to rebuild the menu set up and the relationships to data concerning all Thytronic protective
relays by means of XML les.

ThySetter installation
The latest release of ThySetter can be downloaded free of charge from the www.thytronic.it site
(Products - Software).[1]

ThySetter use
Please refer to ThySetter user manual for detailed instructions.
The document is available on www.thytronic.it (Product / Sotware / ThySetter - Download area).

Note 1 Starting from the 3.5.9 release it is necessary to download and install not only the application setup but the Template setup also. In case off
updating download and install only the new release.

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7.2 MMI (Man Machine Interface)

On the front panel there are eight buttons which allow the user to perform all the settings, reading
and modication operations.

50N-51N (IE>, IE>>) CB OPEN (52a)


50-51 (I>, I>>, I>>>) CB CLOSED (52b)
79

Start
Trip

CB Open

CB Close

The adjustment of the settings and the operation mode of the output relays must be performed while
the unit is electrically powered; the alphanumeric display shows the necessary information with
reference to the operations performed through the keyboard.
All preset values are permanently stored in the nonvolatile memory.
The buttons take the following operations:
- (Up) move the cursor upwards to the preceding menu options
- (Down) move the cursor downwards to the subsequent menu options
- (Left) move the cursor upwards to the preceding menu options
- (Right) move the cursor downwards to the subsequent menu options
- (Enter) access to the selected menu with the option of modifying any given parameter
- (Reset) abort the current changes and/or accessing the previous menu

At power-up, the display shows the text:


THYTRONIC
NA011-a
date and time: (01/01/2000 00:00
The ON green Led points out the auxiliary power supply voltage (permanent lighted) and possible
faults (blink lighted).
The display backlight is automatically activated when any key switch is set.
By means of the (Up) or (Down) buttons, it is possible to cyclically browse through the menu op-
tions: Read, Set, Oscillography, Communication, Test, Reset, Time, Option
Having identied the sub-menu of interest, it is possible to gain access by using the (Right) button
and then analogously, run through the relevant options by using the (Up) or (Down) buttons.
The full menu tree and some examples are showed in the following pages (numerical values and
settings are pointed out as examples and does not agree with real situations.

Reading variables (READ)


All data (measure, settings, parameters, etc...) may be displayed:
Measures >
Digital inputs >
AutoReclose - 79 >
Circuit breaker >
Counters >
Last fault >
Info >
Protection trip >
Self-test >

Setting modifying (SET)


To effect a change, having identied the parameter intended for change, the following procedure
must be performed:
Select the parameter going through the menus by means the , and keys.
Begin the setting phase by means of the key; the he modication in progress status is high-
lighted by the symbol E ashing in the upper right area of the display.
Change the parameter by means the (increment) or (decrement) buttons.
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Press the (Enter) button; acceptance of the change is indicated by the disappearance of the
ashing E to be replaced by the symbol !. On must be remember that changes are NOT ac-
tive until the Store command, located in the Set menu has been used; in this regard, once the
Store message is displayed, it is necessary to use the (Enter) button; this results in the
execute message with the symbol C ashing.
Browse the menu by means of the and or keys to go in the Store menu.
Press the (Enter) button; once more concludes the save procedure with the temporary appear-
ance of the message ok!.
After one or more modications, the status of having data that has still not been permanently saved
is indicated by the ! symbol in the top right and the display message WARNING set Clear..
Store which appears while browsing through the main menu with the use of the or keys.
The Clear command may be used to abandon unsaved changes (prior to use of the Store com-
mand); the same effect is achieved by switching the key to the OFF position or removing the auxil-
iary power supply to the relay.
Example
To set the K1 relay with Energized mode and latched mode (Energized, Latched) the following sequence
must be operated:
Select the Set menu Set >by means of the key.
Press the key; the message Base > is displayed.
Browse the menus with
Relays >
50/51 >
50N/51N >
AutoReclose - 79 >
Circuit breaker >
Clear >
Store >
Select the Relays >, menu; the message K1 None > is displayed.
Press the key; the message K1 Logic De-energized is displayed.
Press the key; the he modication in progress status is highlighted by the symbol E ashing in
the upper right area of the display.
Change the parameter by means the or keys; the message K1 Logic Energized is
displayed.
Press the key; acceptance of the change is indicated by the disappearance of the ashing E
to be replaced by the symbol !.
Press the key; the message K1 mode No-latched is displayed.
Press the key; acceptance of the change is indicated by the disappearance of the ashing E
to be replaced by the symbol !.
Change the parameter by means the (increment) or (decrement) buttons; the message K1
mode Latched is displayed.
Press the (Enter) button; acceptance of the change is indicated by the disappearance of the
ashing E to be replaced by the symbol !
Press the key and or to go inside the Store menu.
Press the key; this results in the execute ? message with the symbol C ashing.
Answer with key to conrm setting.
The end of the setting sequence is signalled by the ok! message.
The Reset key may be used to abort unsaved changes (prior to use of the Store command); the
same effect is achieved by switching the key to the OFF position or removing the auxiliary power
supply to the NA011 relay.

Test
The operational tests with or without command of the associated output relays may be performed.
Browse the main menu by means the or keys until the Test message is displayed; press
the key to enter and subsequently select the test by means of the or keys.
Test I> led
Test I>> led
Test I>>> led
Test IE> led
Test IE>> led
Test I> full
Test I>> full
Test I>>> full

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Test IE> full
Test IE>> full
Example
To set the K1 test on the I> element, the following sequence must be operate:
Select the Test I> full > menu.
Press the key to enter ; this results in the execute ? message with the symbol C ashing.
Press the key to enter; the test in progress condition is marked by ok! message and blinking
of the led ON.[1]
To stop test select the Test off > menu, press the key and answer with a further activa-
tion of the key to the Test off execute? >> message.
Communication
Inside the Communication menu the setting data of the serial communication ports (rate, stop bit,
parity and address) for RS485 Modbus and IEC60870-5-103 may be adjusted.
Browse the main menu by means the or keys until the Protocol RS485 Modbus >
message is displayed; press the key to enter; the he modication in progress status is highlighted
by the symbol E ashing in the upper right area of the display.
Select the right menu by means of the or keys Protocol RS485 Modbus > or
Protocol RS485 IEC60870-5-103 >
By means of the or keys adjust the address; the Address 1 message is displayed and
enter the intended value. Similarly for all the parameters:
Address 1
Baudrate RS485 9600
Enable TX delay 2 ms
Start TX delay 2 ms
By means of the key and next or go inside the Store menu.
Press the key; this results in the execute ? message with the symbol C ashing.
Answer with key to conrm setting
The end of the setting sequence is signalled by the ok! message.
The Reset h key may be used to abort unsaved changes (prior to use of the Store command); the
same effect is achieved by switching the key to the OFF position or removing the auxiliary power
supply to the NA011 relay.
Reset
Inside the Reset menu the clearing of counters (Reset counters) LEDs and relays (Reset alarm) may
be operated.

DEFAULT (Option)
Available inside the Option menu are the conguration parameter reset (Default) commands.
Set default PAR
Set default REE
In case of any anomalies detected by the self-test function, where conguration data has become
corrupted, it is possible to restore the factory default settings. In particular, using the command Set
default PAR, the calibration data is restored (thresholds, times, output relay assignment etc), whilst
with the command Set default REE all the updated variables (counters, ...etc) and the serial com-
munication parameters are automatically reset.
Except for extraordinary situations, it is not necessary to use such commands which in any case
allow the restoration of the factory set default values following an anomaly.
Following use of this command, it is necessary to then proceed with the setting of the desired set-
tings and/or the calibration of the voltages just as in the case for first installation.

Data/time setting (Time)


To effect a change, (year, month,...) the modication may be conrmed by using the key.
Likewise the Set menu the modication in progress status is highlighted by the symbol E ashing
in the upper right area of the display.
Subsequently, it is possible to change the parameter by means of the or keys (the E symbol
continues to flash to highlight the Editing status); upon reaching the desired value, it is necessary
to once more use the key. Acceptance of the change is indicated by the disappearance of the
flashing E to be replaced by the symbol !. Differently from the Set menu the changes are stored
and became active immediately without the Store command.

Circuit breaker commands


By means of the (Open) and (Close) keys the circuit breaker command may be issued.
The committed output relays must be enabled inside the Set \ Relays menu.

Note 1 The tests are active only if the selected function is assigned to an output relay

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7.3 MENU TREE

Description Parameter Unit Setting range

Read
Info
Code NA011-CB0-b
Serial
Firmware release 0.0 0
nominal freq. Hz 50
Clock
Year 2000 ... 2099 step = 1
Month 1 ... 12 step = 1
Day 1 ... 31 step = 1
Hour h 0 ... 23 step = 1
Minute m 0 ... 59 step = 1
Second s 0 ... 59 step = 1
Measures
IL1 A/In 0 ... 0 step = 0
IL2 A/In 0 ... 0 step = 0
IL3 A/In 0 ... 0 step = 0
IE A/IEn 0 ... 0 step = 0
1 ... 99 step = 1
Inp value
100 ... 1000 step = 5
Inp unit A
1 ... 99 step = 1
IEnp value
100 ... 1000 step = 5
IEnp unit A
Reading Direct
Protections trip
Protections trip None
AutoReclose - 79
79 ActiveMode OFF
79 Run OFF
79 CycleStyle Reset
79 Residual-time s 0 ... 0 step = 0
79 LastEvent None
Circuit breaker
Position Unknown
Digital inputs
IN1 - 52b OFF
IN3 - 52a OFF
IN3 - 79 OFF
Counters
Counter ST I> 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Counter ST I>> 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Counter ST I>>> 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Counter ST IE> 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Counter ST IE>> 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Counter TR I> 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Counter TR I>> 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Counter TR I>>> 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Counter TR IE> 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Counter TR IE>> 0 ... 10000 step = 1

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Description Parameter Unit Setting range
Counter 79 RR 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Counter 79 SR 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Counter 79 DR 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Counter 79 FR P 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Counter 79 FR E 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Counter 79 FR X 0 ... 10000 step = 1
Self-test
Self-test None
Self-test cause None
Self-test latch None
Faults
Info
Faults stored 0 ... 20 step = 1
Last fault 0 ... 20 step = 1
Fault
F-Number 0 ... 20 step = 1
F-Cause None
F-Phases None
F-IL1 In 0 ... 0 step = 0
F-IL2 In 0 ... 0 step = 0
F-IL3 In 0 ... 0 step = 0
F-IE IEn 0 ... 0 step = 0
F-Year 2000 ... 2099 step = 1
F-Month 1 ... 12 step = 1
F-Day 1 ... 31 step = 1
F-Hour h 0 ... 23 step = 1
F-Minute m 0 ... 59 step = 1
F-Second s 0 ... 59 step = 1
F-Millisecond ms 0 ... 999 step = 1
Reset
Events
Info
Events stored 0 ... 50 step = 1
Last event 0 ... 50 step = 1
Event
E-Number
E-cause
E-Year 2000 ... 2099 step = 1
E-Month 1 ... 12 step = 1
E-Day 1 ... 31 step = 1
E-Hour h 0 ... 23 step = 1
E-Minute m 0 ... 59 step = 1
E-Second s 0 ... 59 step = 1
E-Millisecond ms 0 ... 999 step = 1
Reset
Set
Base
1 ... 99 step = 1
Inp value
100 ... 1000 step = 5
Inp unit A
1 ... 99 step = 1
IEnp value
100 ... 1000 step = 5

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Description Parameter Unit Setting range
IEnp unit A
Reading Direct/Relative
Relays
K1 None
K1 logic De-energized/Energized
K1 mode No-latched/Latched
K1 tTR ms 10 ... 500 step = 10
K2 None
K2 logic De-energized/Energized
K2 mode No-latched/Latched
K2 tTR ms 10 ... 500 step = 10
K3 None
K3 logic De-energized/Energized
K3 mode No-latched/Latched
K3 tTR ms 10 ... 500 step = 10
K4 None
K4 logic De-energized/Energized
K4 mode No-latched/Latched
K4 tTR ms 10 ... 500 step = 10
AutoReclose - 79
79 Enable OFF
79 Mode Rapid/ Rapid+Slow
79 N.DAR 0 ... 5 step = 1
0.1 ... 19.9 step = 0.1
79 trdt s
20 ... 60 step = 1
79 tsdt s 1 ... 200 step = 1
79 td s 0 ... 10 step = 1
79 tr s 1 ... 200 step = 1
79 MC-td-EN OFF
79 MO-RES OFF
79 Trigger None
79 IN3 select None
50/51
I> Element
I> Setpoint
DEFINITE, IEC/BS A, IEC/BS B, IEC/BS C,
I>Curve
ANSI/IEEE MI , ANSI/IEEE VI, ANSI/IEEE EI
ICLP> Off, On Bloching, On Changing
0.00 ... 9.99 step = 0.01
tCLP> s
10.0 ... 100.0 step = 0.1
t>RES ms 0 ... 1000 step = 10
I> Denite
0.100 ... 0.999 step = 0.001
I>def In 1.00 ... 9.99 step = 0.01
10.0 ... 20.0 step = 0.1
0.100 ... 0.999 step = 0.001
ICLP>def In 1.00 ... 9.99 step = 0.01
10.0 ... 20.0 step = 0.1
t>def s 0.03 ... 10.00 step = 0.01
I> Inverse
0.100 ... 0.999 step = 0.001
I>inv In
1.00 ... 2.50 step = 0.01
0.100 ... 0.999 step = 0.001
ICLP>inv In
1.00 ... 2.50 step = 0.01

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Description Parameter Unit Setting range
0.02 ... 9.99 step = 0.01
t>inv s
10.0 ... 60.0 step = 0.1
I>> Element
I>> Setpoint
ICLP>> Off, On Bloching, On Changing
0.00 ... 9.99 step = 0.01
tCLP>> s
10.0 ... 100.0 step = 0.1
t>>RES ms 0 ... 1000 step = 10
I>> Denite
0.100 ... 0.999 step = 0.001
I>>def In 1.00 ... 9.99 step = 0.01
10.0 ... 20.0 step = 0.1
0.100 ... 0.999 step = 0.001
ICLP>>def In 1.00 ... 9.99 step = 0.01
10.0 ... 20.0 step = 0.1
t>>def s 0.03 ... 10.00 step = 0.01
I>>> Element
I>>> Setpoint
ICLP>>> Off, On Bloching, On Changing
0.00 ... 9.99 step = 0.01
tCLP>>> s
10.0 ... 100.0 step = 0.1
t>>>RES ms 0 ... 1000 step = 10
I>>> Denite
0.100 ... 0.999 step = 0.001
I>>>def In 1.00 ... 9.99 step = 0.01
10.0 ... 20.0 step = 0.1
0.100 ... 0.999 step = 0.001
ICLP>>>def In 1.00 ... 9.99 step = 0.01
10.0 ... 20.0 step = 0.1
t>>>def s 0.03 ... 10.00 step = 0.01
50N/51N
IE> Element
IE> Setpoint
DEFINITE, IEC/BS A, IEC/BS B, IEC/BS C,
IE>Curve
ANSI/IEEE MI , ANSI/IEEE VI, ANSI/IEEE EI
IECLP> Off, On Bloching, On Changing
0.00 ... 9.99 step = 0.01
tECLP> s
10.0 ... 100.0 step = 0.1
tE>RES ms 0 ... 1000 step = 10
IE> Denite
0.005 ... 0.999 step = 0.001
IE>def IEn
1.00 ... 5.00 step = 0.01
0.005 ... 0.999 step = 0.001
IECLP>def IEn
1.00 ... 5.00 step = 0.01
tE>def s 0.03 ... 10.00 step = 0.01
IE> Inverse
0.005 ... 0.999 step = 0.001
IE>inv In
1.00 ... 2.00 step = 0.01
0.005 ... 0.999 step = 0.001
IECLP>inv In
1.00 ... 2.00 step = 0.01
0.02 ... 9.99 step = 0.01
tE>inv s
10.0 ... 60.0 step = 0.1
IE>> Element
IE>> Setpoint
IECLP>> Off, On Bloching, On Changing
0.00 ... 9.99 step = 0.01
tECLP>> s
10.0 ... 100.0 step = 0.1
tE>>RES ms 0 ... 1000 step = 10
IE>> Denite

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Description Parameter Unit Setting range
0.005 ... 0.999 step = 0.001
IE>>def IEn
1.00 ... 5.00 step = 0.01
0.005 ... 0.999 step = 0.001
IECLP>>def IEn
1.00 ... 5.00 step = 0.01
tE>>def s 0.03 ... 10.00 step = 0.01
Breaker failure
BF Enable None, Trip I>, Trip I>>, Trip I>>>, Trip IE>, Trip IE>>
0.10 ... 0.99 step = 0.01
tBF s
1.00 ... 10.00 step = 0.05
Circuit breaker
CB check None, 52a, 52b, 52a/52b
Store
Oscillography
Info
Record stored 0 ... 2 step = 1
Last stored 0 ... 2 step = 1
Recorded state Init
Setting
Pre-trigger T 0 ... 63 step = 1
None, Manual, General start, General trip, IN1,
Trigger
IN2, IN3, K1, K2, K3, K4, Auxiliary
Start I<, Start I>>, Start I>>>, Start IE>, Start IE>>,
Trigger aux
Trip I>, Trip I>>, RTrip I>>>, Trip IE>, Trip IE>>
General start, General trip, IN1, IN2, IN3, K1, K2,
Digital channel
K3, K4
OFF, iL1, iL2, iL3, iE, measure IL1, measure IL2,
Analog channel 1
measure IL3, measure IE
OFF, iL1, iL2, iL3, iE, measure IL1, measure IL2,
Analog channel 2
measure IL3, measure IE
OFF, iL1, iL2, iL3, iE, measure IL1, measure IL2,
Analog channel 3
measure IL3, measure IE
OFF, iL1, iL2, iL3, iE, measure IL1, measure IL2,
Analog channel 4
measure IL3, measure IE
Communication
Protocol RS485 Modbus, IEC 60870-5-103
Address 1 ... 247 step = 1
Baudrate RS485 1200, 2400., 4800, 9600, 19200, 38499, 57600
Enable TX delay ms 0 ... 50 step = 1
Start TX delay ms 0 ... 10 step = 1

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7.4 MAINTENANCE

The devices do not require any particular maintenance; all circuits use high quality static com-
ponents, the subassembly products undergo dynamic checks on their functioning before the nal
assembling of the complete equipment. The dedicated circuits and the rmware for the self-test
function continuously check the relay operation; the continuously operating auto-zeroing function
dynamically corrects the measuring errors due to offset, heat dependent drifts, aging of components,
etc.
The microprocessor is equipped with a watch-dog circuit which restores the correct operation of
the rmware in case of fault.
The possibility of reading the value of the signals measured on the display (the relay used as an am-
meter) allows one to check both the system parameters and the operation of the protection relays at
any time. The relay can be preset as well to show the current values referred to the nominal current
of the current transformers, as directly in primary amperes (according to the preset value of CTs
nominal primary current); the same is done for the input voltages.
If connected to the central control unit, all data available on the display can be checked and pro-
cessed thus performing a continuous check and maintenance.

7.5 REPAIR
No repair of possible faults by the client is foreseen; if following to any irregularity of operation, the
above tests conrm the presence of a fault, it will be necessary to send the relay to the factory for
the repair and the consequent settings and checks.

7.6 PACKAGING
The devices must be stored within the required temperature limits; the relative humidity should not
cause condensation or formation of frost.
It is recommended that the devices are stored in their packaging; in the case of long storage, espe-
cially in extreme climatic conditions, it is recommended that the device is supplied with power for
some hours before the commissioning, in order to bring the circuits to the rating conditions and to
stabilize the operation of the components.

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8 APPENDIX
8.1 APPENDIX A1 - Inverse time IEC curves
Mathematical formula
The mathematical formula, according the IEC 60255-3/BS142 standards is:[1]

K
t = t> inv
[(I/I> inv)-1]

Where:
t = operate time (in seconds)
t I>inv = setting time multiplier (in seconds)
I = input current
I>inv = threshold setting

K coefcient:
K = 0.14 for IEC-A curve (Normal inverse)
K = 13.5 for IEC-B curve (Very inverse)
K = 80 for IEC-C curve (Extremely inverse)

curve shape constant:


= 0.02 for IEC-A curve (Normal inverse)
= 1 for IEC-B curve (Very inverse)
= 2 for IEC-C curve (Extremely inverse)

For all inverse time characteristics, following data applies:


Asymptotic reference value (minimum pickup value): 1.1 I>inv
Minimum operate time: 0.1 s
Range where the equation is valid:[2][3] 1.1 I /I>inv 20
If I> pickup 2.5 In, the upper limit is 50 In

Note 1 Symbols are concerning the overcurrent element. The comprehensive overview of the inverse time characteristics concerning the 50/51 and
50N/51N elements is dealt within the PROTECTIVE ELEMENTS section
Note 2 When the input value is more than 20 times the set point , the operate time is limited to the value corresponding to 20 times the set point
Nota 3 With setting more than 2.5 In for the 50/51 elements and 0.5 IEn for the 50N/51N elements, the upper limit of the measuring range is limited to 50
In and 10 IEn respectively.

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Phase overcurrent 50/51 - Standard inverse time curve (IEC 60255-3/BS142 type A)

t [s]
10000 0.14
t =t> inv
[(I/I> inv)0.02-1]

1000

t> inv = 60 s
100

t> inv = 10 s

t> inv = 5 s
10

t> inv = 1 s

t> inv = 0.5 s


1

t> inv = 0.2 s

t> inv = 0.1 s

0.1 t> inv = 0.02 s

0.01
I /I>inv
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20
1.1

Note: match of operating and setting time takes place when I/I>inv = 700
F_51-IECA-Char.ai

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Phase overcurrent 50/51 - Very inverse time curve (IEC 60255-3/BS142 type B)

t [s]
10000
t =t> inv 13.5
[(I/I> inv) -1]

1000

100

t> inv = 60 s

10
t> inv = 10 s

t> inv = 5 s

1
t> inv = 1 s

t> inv = 0.5 s


t> inv = 0.1 s

t> inv = 0.2 s

0.1 t> inv = 0.02 s

0.01
I /I>inv
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20
1.1
Note: match of operating and setting time takes place when I/I>inv = 14.5
F_51-IECB-Char.ai

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Phase overcurrent 50/51 - Extremely inverse time curve (IEC 60255-3/BS142 type C)

t [s]
100000
t =t> inv 80
[(I/I> inv)2-1]

10000

1000

100

t> inv = 60 s
10

t> inv = 10 s

1 t> inv = 5 s

t> inv = 1 s

0.1
t> inv = 0.02 s t> inv = 0.1 s t> inv = 0.2 s t> inv = 0.5 s

0.01 I /I >inv
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20
1.1

Note: match of operating and setting time takes place when I/I>inv = 9
F_51-IECC-Char.ai

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Residual overcurrent 50N/51N - Standard inverse time curve (IEC 60255-3/BS142 type A)

t [s]
10000 0.14
t =t E> inv
[(IE/IE> inv)0.02-1]

1000

t E>inv = 60 s
100

t E>inv = 10 s

t E>inv = 5 s
10

t E>inv = 1 s

t E>inv = 0.5 s
1

t E>inv = 0.2 s

t E>inv = 0.1 s

0.1 t E>inv = 0.02 s

0.01
IE /IE >inv
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20
1.1
Note: match of operating and setting time takes place when IE /IE >inv = 700
F_51N-IECA-Char.ai

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Residual overcurrent 50N/51N - Very inverse time curve (IEC 60255-3/BS142 type B)

t [s]
10000
t =t E> inv 13.5
[(IE/IE> inv) -1]

1000

100

t E>inv = 60 s

10
t E>inv = 10 s

t E>inv = 5 s

1
t E>inv = 1 s

t E>inv = 0.5 s
t E>inv = 0.1 s

t E>inv = 0.2 s

0.1 t E>inv = 0.02 s

0.01
I E /IE >inv
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20
1.1

Note: match of operating and setting time takes place when IE /IE >inv = 14.5
F_51N-IECB-Char.ai

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Residual overcurrent 50N/51N - Extremely inverse time curve (IEC 60255-3/BS142 type C)

t [s]
100000 80
t =t E> inv
[(IE/IE> inv)2-1]

10000

1000

100

t E> inv = 60 s
10

t E> inv = 10 s

1 t E> inv = 5 s

t E> inv = 1 s

0.1
t E> inv = 0.02 s t E> inv = 0.1 s t E> inv = 0.2 s t E> inv = 0.5 s

0.01 IE /IE >inv


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20
1.1

Note: match of operating and setting time takes place when IE /IE >inv = 9
F_51-IECC-Char.ai

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8.2 APPENDIX A2 - Inverse time ANSI/IEEE curves
Mathematical formula
The mathematical formula, according the ANSI/IEEE standards is:[1]

K
t = t> inv +L
[(I/I> inv)-1]

Where:
t = operate time (in seconds)
t I>inv = setting time multiplier (in seconds)
I = input current
I>inv = threshold setting

K coefcient:
K = 0.01 for ANSI/IEEE Moderately inverse curve
K = 3.922 for ANSI/IEEE Very inverse curve
K = 5.64 for ANSI/IEEE Extremely inverse curve

curve shape constant:


= 0.02 for ANSI/IEEE Moderately inverse curve
= 2 for ANSI/IEEE Very inverse curve
= 2 for ANSI/IEEE Extremely inverse curve

L coefcient:
L = 0.023 for ANSI/IEEE Moderately inverse curve
L = 0.098 for ANSI/IEEE Very inverse curve
L = 0.024 for ANSI/IEEE Extremely inverse curve

For all inverse time characteristics, following data applies:


Asymptotic reference value (minimum pickup value): 1.1 I>inv
Minimum operate time: 0.1 s
Range where the equation is valid:[2][3] 1.1 I /I>inv 20
If I> pickup 2.5 In, the upper limit is 50 In

Note 1 Symbols are concerning the overcurrent element. The comprehensive overview of the inverse time characteristics concerning the 50/51 and
50N/51N elements is dealt within the PROTECTIVE ELEMENTS section
Note 2 When the input value is more than 20 times the set point , the operate time is limited to the value corresponding to 20 times the set point
Nota 3 With setting more than 2.5 In for the 50/51 elements and 0.5 IEn for the 50N/51N elements, the upper limit of the measuring range is limited to 50
In and 10 IEn respectively.

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Phase overcurrent 50/51 - Moderately inverse time curve (ANSI/IEEE type MI)

t [s]
10000
t =t> inv 5.64
+ 0.024
[(I/I> inv)2 -1]

1000

100

10

t> inv = 60 s

1
t> inv = 0.02 s

t> inv = 0.1 s

t> inv = 0.2 s t> inv = 10 s

t> inv = 0.5 s


t> inv = 5 s
t> inv = 1 s

0.1

0.01
I /I >inv
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20
1.1

Note: match of operating and setting time takes place when I/I>inv = 2.789
F_51-ANSIEI-Char.ai

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Phase overcurrent 50/51 - Very inverse time curve (ANSI/IEEE type VI)

t [s]
10000
t =t> inv 0.01
+ 0.023
[(I/I> inv)0.02 -1]

1000

100

t> inv = 60 s
10

t> inv = 10 s

1 t> inv = 5 s

t> inv = 0.1 s t> inv = 1 s


t> inv = 0.5 s
t> inv = 0.2 s
0.1
t> inv = 0.02 s

0.01
I /I >inv
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20
1.1
Note: match of operating and setting time takes place when I/I>inv = 1.664
F_51-ANSIMI-Char.ai

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Phase overcurrent 50/51 - Extremely inverse time curve (ANSI/IEEE type EI)

t [s]
10000
t =t> inv 3.922
+ 0.092
[(I/I> inv)2 -1]

1000

100

10

t> inv = 60 s

t> inv = 10 s
1
t> inv = 0.02 s

t> inv = 0.1 s t> inv = 5 s

t> inv = 0.2 s

t> inv = 0.5 s

t> inv = 1 s
0.1

0.01
I /I >inv
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20
1.1

Note: match of operating and setting time takes place when I/I>inv = 2.306
F_51-ANSIVI-Char.ai

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Residual overcurrent 50N/51N - Moderately inverse time curve (ANSI/IEEE type MI)

t [s]
10000
t =t E> inv 5.64
+ 0.024
[(IE/IE> inv)2 -1]

1000

100

10

t E > inv = 60 s

1
t E > inv = 0.02 s

t E > inv = 0.1 s

t E > inv = 0.2 s t E > inv = 10 s

t E > inv = 0.5 s


t E > inv = 5 s
t E > inv = 1 s

0.1

0.01
IE /IE >inv
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20
1.1
Note: match of operating and setting time takes place when IE /IE >inv = 2.789
F_51N-ANSIEI-Char.ai

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Residual overcurrent 50N/51N - Very inverse time curve (ANSI/IEEE type VI)

t [s]
10000 0.01
t =t E> inv + 0.023
[(IE/IE> inv)0.02 -1]

1000

100

t E > inv = 60 s
10

t E > inv = 10 s

1 t E > inv = 5 s

t E > inv = 0.1 s t E > inv = 1 s


t E > inv = 0.5 s
t E > inv = 0.2 s

0.1

t E > inv = 0.02 s

0.01
IE /IE >inv
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20
1.1

Note: match of operating and setting time takes place when IE /IE >inv = 1.664
F_51N-ANSIMI-Char.ai

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Residual overcurrent 50N/51N - Extremely inverse time curve (ANSI/IEEE type EI)

t [s]
10000
t =tE > inv 3.922
+ 0.092
[(IE /IE > inv)2 -1]

1000

100

10

t E > inv = 60 s

t E > inv = 10 s
1
t E > inv = 0.02 s

t E > inv = 0.1 s t E > inv = 5 s

t E > inv = 0.2 s

t E > inv = 0.5 s

t E > inv = 1 s
0.1

0.01
IE /IE >inv
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20
1.1

Note: match of operating and setting time takes place when IE /IE >inv = 2.306
F_51N-ANSIVI-Char.ai

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8.3 APPENDIX B1 - I/O Diagram
Note: Some typical connection diagram are shown.
All diagram must be considered just as example; they cannot be comprehensive for real applications.
For all diagrams the output contacts are shown in de-energized state for standard reference.
The residual current input (pin C7-C8) is available on NA011#xxx2 and NA011#xxx3 versions

Traditional CT input circuits Low powerCT input circuits (LPCTs)

NA011 NA011
C1
A2 L1 A5
CURRENT INPUTS

IL1
K1 K1

CURRENT INPUTS
C2 A1 A4
C3 A3 A6
IL2 L2
C4 K2 A4 K2 A9
OUTPUT RELAYS

OUTPUT RELAYS
C5 A6 A8
IL3 L3
A5 A7
C6
K3 A9 K3 A3
C7 A8 C7 A2
IE NA011#xxx2 IE NA011#xxx3
A7 A1
C8 C8
K4 A11 K4 A11
C7 C7
A12 NA011#xxx1 A12
NA011#xxx0
C8 A10 C8 A10

A13 A13
IN1 IN1
A14 A14
CIrcuit Breaker CIrcuit Breaker
Position Position
A15 A15
IN2 IN2
A16 A16

A17 A17
IN3 79 IN3 Select IN3 79 IN3 Select
A18 A18

A19 A19
UAUX UAUX
A20 A20

A+ 3 A+ 3
FRONT PANEL FRONT PANEL
B- B-
RS485

RS485

2 E1 2 E1
RS232

RS232

120 120
1 1

A21 A21
A22 A22

alternative versions
to be selected when ordering

Input-output circuits NA016-I-O.ai

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8.4 APPENDIX B2 - Interfaces

NA011

A+ 3
FRONT PANEL
B-
RS485

2 E1
RS232

120
1

A21
A22

Interfaces.ai

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8.5 APPENDIX B3 - Connection diagrams

DG

NA011
P1 C1
S1
IL1
S2 C2
P2 C3
IL2 50/51
C4
C5
IL3
C6

C7
50N/51N NA011#xxx0
C8

P1 C7
S1
IE 50N/51N NA011#xxx2
S2 C8
P2

A13
IN1
A14
Circuit Breaker
CB position Position
A15
IN2
A16

A17
IN3 79 IN3 Select
A18

alternative versions
to be selected when ordering

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DG

NA011

P1 C1
S1
IL1
S2 C2
P2
C3
IL2 50/51
C4
C5
IL3
C6

P1 C7
S1
IE 50N/51N Note 1
S2 C8
P2

A13
A14 IN1
Circuit Breaker
CB position Position
A15
A16 IN2

A17
79 IN3 Select
A18 IN3

Note 1: when only two phase CTs are available, the residual current must be measured (cannot be calculated from the phase currents)

Two phase CTs and residual current from core balanced CT NA016-SCH2.ai

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Example of connection diagram with traditional CT inputs and acquisition of CB states and Auto Reclose enable/start

+UAUX

DG 52a 52b

NA011
A2
K1
A1
A3

P1 C1 K2 A4

OUTPUT RELAYS
CTs CURRENT INPUTS
S1
IL1 A6
S2 C2
P2 A5
C3
K3 A9
IL2
C4 A8
C5 A7
IL3 A11
C6 K4
A12
A10

C7
50N/51N NA011#xxx0
C8

P1 C7
S1
C8 IE 50N/51N NA011#xxx2
S2
P2

A13
A14 IN1
CB position
A15

-UAUX A16 IN2

79 Enable/79 External trip

+UAUX
A17
A18 IN3 79 IN3 Select
-UAUX

A19
UAUX
A20

FRONT PANEL
A+ 3
RS232

B-
RS485

2 E1
120
1
A21
alternative versions A22
to be selected when ordering

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Example of connection diagram with low power CT inputs and acquisition of CB states and Auto Reclose enable/start

+UAUX

DG 52a 52b

NA011
K1 A5
A4
A6
P1
S1 4 + K2 A9

OUTPUT RELAYS
LPCT Setting
IL1

LPCTs CURRENT INPUTS


S2 6 - L1 A8
P2
L2
A7
4 + A3
IL2 K3
6 - L3

50 A
A2
100 A
200 A
A1
4 +
400 A
800 A
IL3
6 -
In=50...1250A
K4 A11
A12
A10

C7
50N/51N NA011#xxx1
C8

P1 C7
S1
C8 IE 50N/51N NA011#xxx3
S2
P2

A13
A14 IN1
CB position
A15

-UAUX A16 IN2

79 Enable/79 External trip

+UAUX
A17
A18 IN3 79 IN3 Select
-UAUX

A19
UAUX
A20

FRONT PANEL A+ 3
B-
RS485
RS232

2 E1
120
1

A21
alternative versions A22
to be selected when ordering

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8.6 APPENDIX C - Dimensions

FRONT VIEW REAR VIEW


107 101 101

D1 D1

A1 A1 L1
A2 A2 LPCT
C1 C2 Setting
A3 F1 A3 F1
L2
A4 RX F2 A4 RX F2
A5 F3 A5 F3
1 2 3 4 5
A6 TX F4 A6 TX F4
A7 F5 A7 L3 F5
1 2 3 4 5
A8 C3 C4 A8

A9 B1 A9 1 2 3 4 5 B1
A10 B2 A10 B2

171

171
149

149
177

A11 B3 A11 B3
50
A12 B4 A12 100 B4
200
ON 1 2 3 4 5 A13 B5 A13 400 B5
START 800
A14 C5 C6 B6 A14 B6
TRIP
A15 B7 A15 B7
EX. In =
A16 B8 A16 300A B8
(100+200)
A17 A17
A18 A18
A19 A19
A20 C7 C8 A20 C7 C8

A21 A21

3
A22 A22

2
1

1
E1 E1

Traditional CT inputs Low power CT inputs

SIDE VIEW CUTOUT


102.5 0.3
75 30 70
161
154

N.4 holes 3.5

IDENTIFICATION LABEL LEDs

ON & Diagnostic
In 5A 1A 5A In 5A 1A 5A
IEn 1A 1A 5A
UAUX 24-230 Vac/dc UAUX 24-230 Vac/dc
1 50-51 1 50-51 Star
2 50N-51N 2 50N-51N Trip
3 CB OPEN 3 CB OPEN
4 CB CLOSED 4 CB CLOSED
5 79 5 79

NA011#xxx0 NA011#xxx2

In Rated 50...500A In Rated 50...500A


In Extended 50...1250A In Extended 50...1250A
UAUX 24-230 V IEn 1A 1A 5A UAUX 24-230 V
1 50-51 1 50-51
2 50N-51N 2 50N-51N
3 CB OPEN 3 CB OPEN
4 CB CLOSED 4 CB CLOSED
5 79 5 79

NA011#xxx1 NA011#xxx3

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8.7 APPENDIX D - Revisions history

DSP
SW
Firmware Documentation Communication Upgrade procedures Description
Release
Release

1.00 - NA011-Manual-08-2009 ThySetter 3.5.3 - First edition


1.16 - NA011-Manual-05-2010 ThySetter 3.5.7 - Added references to versions with / without residual
input current, inverse time on the 50N/51N element,
Cold Load Pickup (CLP), Breaker Failure (BF)
Correct numbering on output relay for LPCT version
(different from the CTs versions)
1.16 - NA011-Manual-05-2010 ThySetter 3.5.8 - Typographical details
1.16 - NA011-Manual-05-2010 ThySetter 3.6.0 - Correct error inside pag.25 (Automatic reclosing
enable/external trip schematic)
1.16 - NA011-Manual-05-2010 ThySetter 3.6.2 - Correct error inside pag. 56 (Example of dip setting)
and typographical details

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8.8 APPENDIX E - EC Declaration of conformity

Manufacturer: THYTRONIC S.p.A.


Address: Piazza Mistral 7 - 20139 MILANO

The undersigned manufacturer herewith declares that the product


Protection relay - type NA011

is in conformity with the previsions of the following EC directives (including all applicable amendments) when installed in accordance
with the installation instructions:
Reference n title
2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
2004/108/EC EMC Directive

Reference of standards and/or technical specications applied for this declaration of conformity or parts thereof:

- harmonized standards:

nr issue title

EN 61010-1 11.2001 Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use

EN 50263 08.2000 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)


Product standard for measuring relays and protection equipments

EN 61000-6-4 (EN 50081-2) 11.2007 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)


Emission standard for industrial environments

EN 61000-6-2 (EN 50082-2) 12.2005 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)


Immunity standard for industrial environments

- other standards and/or technical specications:

nr issue title

CEI 0-16 07.2008 Regola tecnica di riferimento per la connessione di Utenti attivi e passivi alle reti AT e MT delle imprese
distributrici di energia elettrica

EN 61810-1 02.2004 Electromechanical elementary relays


General and safety requirements

EN 60255-6 (CEI 95-1) 05.1998 Electrical relays - Part 6: General requirements for measuring relays and protection equipment

IEC 60255 Electrical relays

Year of CE marking: 2009

Signature .............................................

Name FIORE Ing. GIOACCHINO


Title Managing director
Date 07-2009

Headquarters: 20139 Milano - Piazza Mistral, 7 - Tel. +39 02 574 957 01 ra - Fax +39 02 574 037 63
Factory: 35127 Padova - Z.I. Sud - Via dellArtigianato, 48 - Tel. +39 049 894 770 1 ra - Fax +39 049 870 139 0

www.thytronic.it www.thytronic.com thytronic@thytronic.it