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4. RATINGS
4.1 Auxiliary Voltage
The C264 computer is available in four auxiliary voltage versions, as follows:

Version Nominal ranges Operative DC range Operative AC range


A01 24VDC 19.2 thru 28.8VDC -
A02 48 thru 60VDC 38.4 thru 72VDC -
A03 110 thru 125VDC 88 thru 150VDC -
A04 220VDC and 230VDC 176 thru 264VDC 176 thru 264VAC

The nominal frequency (Fn) for the AC auxiliary voltage is dual rated at 50/60Hz, the operate
range is 45Hz to 65Hz.
The BIU241 board includes these attributes:

x Inrush current : 6.2A at 125VDC during the first 50 ms at startup

x Power supply: 40 W

x Nominal output voltage: + 5V

x Supply monitoring

x Permitted power outage: 50 ms

x Protection against polarity reversal

x Insulation resistance: >100 M: ( CM) at 500 VDC

x Dielectric strength: 2 kV (CM) 50 Hz for 1 minute


4.2 Power Supply
4.2.1 BIU241 Digital Outputs
On the BIU241 board, the attributes of the Watchdog Relay Contacts are the same as the
attributes for the NO+NC contacts installed on the DOU201 board.
On the BIU241 board, the attributes of the two output relays used for C264 redundancy are
the same as for the single-pole output-relay installed on the DOU201 board.
4.2.2 BIU261 Dual Sources power supply board
The BIU261 allows a dual source power supply from the same voltage range.
Voltage source switching sequence
The BIU261 has a voltage source switching mechanism.
Switch from main source to secondary Source: If the main power supply source disappears
(1), the secondary power supply source is supplied to C264.
Switch from secondary source to main Source: When the main power supply source
becomes available and stable the switch from secondary to main power supply source is
effective and C264 running without fugitive power supply fault.
Switching transition is logged.
(1) The board is equipped with a circuit to start / stop switching sequence. This circuit is
enabled to use the power supply if Voltage is above threshold. The absence of power supply
source voltage is considered when Usource < 80% Unominal. This thresthold is a factory
value.
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Limitation

x The board contains the Port 2 only. The communication port 2 remains the same as
the BIU241.

x The board has been design to support two voltage ranges, direct current only:

Case Power supply range


A02 48VDC 60VDC
A03 110VDC 125VDC

Performances

x Switching lead time from Main source to Secondary source: 20 ms max.

x Switching lead time from Secondary source to Main source: 20 ms max.

x The board is protected against polarity reversal.


Voltage insulation between Main & Secondary power supply source : 2500 V Rms.
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4.3 Circuit breaker Control Unit (CCU) Digital Inputs


4.3.1 CCU200 Digital Inputs
For the CCU200 board, for the versions A01 to A04, the eight inputs have the same
attributes as the inputs for the DIU200 board.
The CCU200 board is available in five nominal voltage versions, as follows:

Same for
Version Nominal voltage (+/-20%) Triggering threshold (VDC)
DIU200
A01 24VDC if V >10.1VDC Input status is set YES
if V < 5VDC Input status is reset
A02 48 thru 60VDC if V >17.4VDC Input status is set YES
if V < 13.5VDC Input status is reset
A03 110 thru 125VDC if V > 50VDC Input status is set YES
if V< 34.4VDC Input status is reset
A04 220VDC if V > 108VDC Input status is set YES
if V< 63VDC Input status is reset
A07 110 thru 125VDC if V > 86VDC input status is set NO
if V < 67VDC input status is reset

For more installation data about this board, please refer to the topic, MiCOM 264 Computer:
Configuration.
4.3.2 CCU211 Digital Inputs
There are six versions of the CCU211 board, as follows:

Version Nominal voltage (+/-20%) Triggering threshold (VDC)


A01 24VDC if V >10VDC Input status is set
if V < 8VDC Input status is reset
A02 48 thru 60VDC if V >17.4VDC Input status is set
if V < 12.5VDC Input status is reset
A03 110 thru 125VDC if V > 50VDC Input status is set
if V< 29.9VDC Input status is reset
A04 or 220VDC or if V > 86VDC Input status is set
if V< 67VDC Input status is reset
A07 110 thru 125VDC (with 80%
Threshold)
A08 220VDC (with 80% if V > 176VDC Input status is set
Threshold) if V < 132VDC Input status is reset

For more installation data about this board, please refer to the topic, MiCOM 264 Computer:
Configuration.
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4.4 Circuit breaker Control Unit (CCU) Digital Outputs


4.4.1 CCU200 Digital Outputs
Each relay of the CCU board has double pole contacts. To get the attributes described
below, you must wire the two output contacts of each relay in series.
In the table that follows, the Break attribute shows in two cases:

x You use each of the output contacts separately

x You wire the two output contacts of each relay in serial. In this event, you make the
best use of the Break function for each relay..
On the CCU200 board, the details of the 4 Output Relay Contacts show in the table that
follows:

Description Values
Nominal operating voltage range 24 thru 250VDC / 230VAC
Make 5A
Carry 5A continuously
30A for 500 ms or 250A for 30 ms
Break (Output contacts used DC: 50 W resistive, 30 W inductive (L/R = 40 ms)

AC: 1250 VA resistive, 1250 VA inductive (cos M = 0,7)


separately)

In these conditions, the contact resistance is still lower


than 250 m: for 10000 operations
Break (Output contacts wired in DC: 80 W resistive for current lower than 1A,
serial) 100W resistive for current upper than 1A,
30 W inductive (L/R = 40 ms)

AC: 1250 VA resistive, 1250 VA inductive (cos M = 0,7)


In these conditions, the contact resistance is still lower
than 250 m: for 10000 operations
Operating time Break < 7 ms
Double pole contacts Normally open

x Dielectric strength of the coil contacts: 5000Vrms

x Dielectric strength of adjacent contacts: 2500Vrms.

x Isolation: 2 kV (CM) at 50 Hz for 1 minute

x The board is designed and monitored to prevent an uncommanded event.


For more installation data about this board, please refer to the topic, MiCOM 264 Computer:
Configuration.
4.4.2 CCU211 Digital Output
For the CCU211 board, the Digital Output (DO) attributes include:

x 4 double-pole switch-relays with normally open (NO) contacts

x 1 common +ve and 1 common -ve contact for 2 relays

x A self-monitoring device for the output control chain: address check, state monitoring

x The +5V voltage is monitored to prevent an uncommanded event.

x You can configure the digital outputs only in the double remote signalling
configuration.

x Dielectric strength of the coil contacts: 5000Vrms


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x Dielectric strength of adjacent contacts: 2500Vrms.

x The board is designed and monitored to prevent an uncommanded event.


For more installation data about this board, please refer to the topic, MiCOM 264 Computer:
Configuration.
In the table that follows, the Break attribute shows in two cases:

x You use each of the output contacts separately

x You wire the two output contacts of each relay in serial. In this event, you make the
best use of the Break function for each relay.
For more details, please refer to the table that follows.

Description Values
Nominal operating voltage range 24 thru 250VDC / 230VAC
Make 5A
Carry 5A continuously
30A for 500 ms or 250A for 30 ms
Break (output contact used DC: 50 W resistive, 30 W inductive (L/R = 40 ms)

AC: 1250 VA resistive, 1250 VA inductive (cos M = 0.7)


separately)

In these conditions, the contact resistance is still lower


than 250 m: for 10000 operations
Break (Output contacts wired in DC: 80 W resistive for current lower than 1A,
serial) 100W resistive for current upper than 1A,
30 W inductive (L/R = 40 ms)

AC: 1250 VA resistive, 1250 VA inductive (cos M = 0.7)


In these conditions, the contact resistance is still lower
than 250 m: for 10000 operations
Operating time Break < 7 ms
Double pole contacts Normally open
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4.5 Digital Input Unit (DIU) Digital Inputs


4.5.1 DIU200 Digital Inputs
The DIU200 board has 16 digital inputs and is available in four nominal voltage versions, as
follows:

Version Nominal voltage (+/-20%) Triggering threshold (VDC)


A01 24 VDC if V >10.1 VDC Input status is set
if V < 5 VDC Input status is reset
A02 48 thru 60 VDC if V >17.4 VDC Input status is set
if V < 13.5 VDC Input status is reset
A03 110 thru 125 VDC if V > 50 VDC Input status is set
if V< 34.4 VDC Input status is reset
A04 220 VDC if V > 108 VDC Input status is set
if V< 63 VDC Input status is reset

For more installation data about this board, please refer to the topic, MiCOM 264 Computer:
Configuration.
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4.5.2 DIU211 Digital Inputs


In the C264 rack, the DIU211 board replaces a DIU200 board. External connections are the
same as the ones on the previous boards.
The DIU211 board includes 16 opto-isolated digital-inputs, with one common for two inputs.
There are six versions of the DIU211 board, as follows:

Version Nominal voltage (+/-20%) Triggering threshold (VDC)


A01 24VDC if V >10VDC Input status is set
if V < 8VDC Input status is reset
A02 48 to 60VDC if V >17.4VDC Input status is set
if V < 12.5VDC Input status is reset
A03 110 to 125VDC if V > 50VDC Input status is set
if V< 29.9VDC Input status is reset
A04 or 220VDC or if V >86VDC Input status is set
if V< 67VDC Input status is reset
A07 110 to 125VDC (with 80% Threshold)
A08 220 VDC (with 80% Threshold) if V > 176VDC Input status is set
if V< 132VDC Input status is reset

The inputs are suitable for use on systems with nominal battery voltages from 24Vd.c. to
220Vd.c (+/- 20%). The input responds to negative input voltages. The inputs are not self-
controlled. The threshold voltage depends on the selection of the voltage range :

Nominal voltage (+/-20%) Threshold (VDC)


24VDC 15V (drop off) -19V (pick up)
48 to 60VDC 15V (drop off) -19V (pick up)
110 to 125VDC 35V (drop off) -52V (pick up)
220VDC 65V (drop off) -106V (pick up)

For CPU2 and CPU3, use jumpers to select the nominal voltage.
For use with CPU 2 board, use a four-position header and jumper to select the address of
the board.
For use with CPU 3 board, the location of the DIU211 in the C264 rack defines the address
of the board. If you use the DIU211 as a spare of a previous board, you can use the jumper
to define the address of the board. Use the PACiS tool, System Configuration Editor (SCE)
to define this location.
For an input voltage from the threshold value to 18V, the input current is 30mA. The voltage
applied to the input terminals, with amplitude of between 19,2VDC and 264VDC powers the
pulse generation circuit. The circuit drives a pulse of current with amplitude of 30mA. The
pulse duration is between 1ms and 2ms.
To reduce thermal dissipation, especially at high input voltages, the inputs draw a current of
less than 1.6 mA.
For details about the input burdens, please refer to the topic DIU211 Input Burden in this
chapter.
For more installation data about this board, please refer to the topic, MiCOM 264 Computer:
Configuration.
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4.6 Digital Output Unit (DOU) Digital Outputs


4.6.1 DOU201 Digital Output
The DOU201 board gives you:

x 10 insulated digital outputs (with relays)

x 8 single pole relays with one normally open (NO) contact

x 2 single pole relays with 1 common for 2 outputs (NO/NC).


For more details of the DOU201 board, please refer to the table that follows:

Description Values
Nominal operating voltage range 24 thru 250VDC / 230 VAC
Make 5A
Carry 5A continuously
30A for 500 ms or 250 A for 30 ms

AC: 1250 VA resistive, 1250 VA inductive (cos M = 0.7)


Break DC: 50 W resistive, 15 W inductive (L/R = 40 ms)

In these conditions, the contact resistance is still lower


than 250 m for 10000 operations
Operating time Break < 7 ms
8 simple pole contacts Normally open
2 double pole contacts 1 Normally open +1 Normally close

For use with CPU 2 board, use a four-position header and jumper to select the address of
the board.
For use with CPU 3 board, the location of the DOU201 in the C264 rack defines the address
of the board. If you use the DOU201 as a spare of a previous board, you can use the jumper
to define the address of the board. Use the PACiS tool, System Configuration Editor (SCE)
to define this location.
Dielectric strength of the coil contacts: 5000Vrms.
For more installation data about this board, please refer to the topic, MiCOM 264 Computer:
Configuration
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4.7 Analogue Input Unit (AIU) Analogue Inputs


4.7.1 AIU201 Analogue Input
The AIU201 board provides 4 independent analogue inputs (AI). You can set each AI input
current range or input voltage range as shown in the table that follows:

Type Ranges
Current input range r1mA
r5 mA
r10 mA
r20 mA
+ 4mA thru +20mA
Voltage input range r 1,25V
r2,5V
r5V
r 10V
Sampling period 100 ms
Accuracy 0,1% full scale at 25C
AD conversion 16 bits (15bits+sign bit)
Common mode rejection ratio (CMMR) > 100dB
Serial mode rejection ratio (SMMR) > 40dB
Range of Gain: user-selectable 1, 2, 4, 16
Input impedance for voltage inputs 11 K:
Input impedance for current inputs 75 :

Temperature drift: as much as 30ppm/C.


You can set the ranges during the configuration phase.
To select the current or voltage, choose the input number of the connector.
For more installation data about this board, please refer to the topic, MiCOM 264 Computer:
Configuration.
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4.7.2 AIU211 Analogue Input


Transducers deliver the DC current signals to the AIU211 board. The AIU211 board provides
8 insulated analogue input values on 8 independent galvanic-isolated channels. This means
that there is no common point of contact between two analogue inputs.
You can configure each analogue input in the current range or voltage range as shown in the
table that follows:

Type Ranges
Current input range r1mA
r5 mA
r10 mA
r20 mA
+ 4mA thru +20mA
Sampling period 100 ms
Accuracy 0,1% full scale for each range at 25C
AD conversion 16 bits (15 bits+sign bit)
Common mode rejection ratio (CMMR) > 100dB
50Hz, 60Hz
Serial mode rejection ratio (SMMR) > 40dB
Input impedance for current inputs 75 :

Temperature drift: as much as 30ppm/C between 0C and 70C


You can set the ranges during the configuration phase.
To select the current range or the voltage range, choose the input number of the connector.
The AIU211 board is dedicated to replace the AIU210 Board: the interface on the internal
Bus is compatible with the AIU210.
For more installation data about this board, please refer to the topic, MiCOM 264 Computer:
Configuration.
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4.8 Protection CT/VT inputs


4.8.1 TMU210 Current Transformers (CT)
On the terminal block, there are two available nominal currents: 1A and 5A. Each has
different attributes. Use jumpers to set the 1A or 5A nominal current.
The current measurement inputs to each of the 4 Current Transformers (CT) include the
attributes that follow:

Operating range
Description
1A 5A
Nominal AC current (In) 1Arms 5Arms
Minimum measurable current with same accuracy 0.1 A r m s 0.5 A r m s
Maximum measurable current 40 A r m s (4*In) 200 A r m s (4*In)
Frequency 50 or 60 Hz 10% 50 or 60 Hz 10%
Values
Pass band 10th harmonic
Current threshold accuracy 2%
Compatibility with external transformer 5VA 5P10

In addition, and specific for the 3 phase current inputs for each CT:

Operating range
Description
1A 5A
3 phase current inputs 1A 5A
Power consumption < 0.05 VA < 1,25 VA
Values
Operating range 0.1 thru 40 In
Thermal heating 100 In during 1 second
30 In during 10 seconds
4 In permanent

In addition, and specific for the 1 earth current input for each CT:

Operating range
Description
1A 5A
1 earth current inputs 1A 5A
Power consumption < 0.008 VA at 0.1Ion < 0.175 VA at 0.1Ion
Values
Operating range 0.01 thru 8 Ion
2 other possibilities by cortec code:
0.002 thru 1 Ion or 0.1 thru 40 Ion
Thermal heating 100 Ion during 1 second
30 Ion during 10 seconds
4 Ion permanent
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TMU210 CT load rating:

Strength
Duration
1A 5A
3 seconds: not measurable, with no destruction 30 A r m s (30*In) 150 A r m s (30*In)
1 second: not measurable, with no destruction 100 A r m s (100*In) 500 A r m s (100*In)

4.8.2 TMU210 Voltage Transformers (VT)


The 3 or 4 phase voltage measurement inputs to each of the 4 Voltage Transformers (VT)
include the attributes that follow:

Description Values
Power consumption < 0.5 VA at 130V
Vn range 57V thru 130V
Other possibility by cortec code:
220V thru 480V
Thermal heating 2 Vn phase-neutral permanent, and
2.6 Vn phase-neutral during 10 seconds

Pass band 10th harmonic


Voltage threshold accuracy 2%

x Connection option by setting:


For 3 phase voltage input:
3Vpn or 2 Vpn + Vr or 2Vpp + Vr
For 4 phase voltage input:
3Vpn or 3 Vpn + Vr or 2 Vpn + Vr or 3 Vpp + Vr or 2 Vpp + Vr
All voltage and power phase protection are done on Vpp voltage direct measured or derived,
and Vr is direct measured or derived.
4.8.3 TMU210 - A/D Converter
On the TMU210 board, the A/D converter includes the attributes that follow:

Description Values
Width 16 bits
Conversion period < 30 s
Scanning period 64 samples/period
Linearity error 2 LSB
SINAD ratio as much as 1kHz 0db
Low passed filter at 1kHz -40db/decade
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4.9 Analogue Output Unit (AOU)


4.9.1 AOU200 Analogue Outputs
The AOU200 board provides 4 analogue current outputs. Each output is related to a Read
Inhibit relay. An external power supply supplies power to the outputs.
The analogue outputs, the relays and the power supply are one isolated group.

The external power supply must supply a regulated voltage of +48Vr5% and a power of
10 W for each AOU200 board
For more installation data about this board, please refer to the topic, MiCOM 264 Computer:
Configuration.
For the AOU200 board, the output attributes follow:

Value Maximal Impedance


5 mA
( 20% 6mA)
4K:

10 mA
( 20% 12mA)
2K:

20 mA
( 20% 24mA)
1K:

+ 4 mA thru +20 mA

After calibration, and at 25C, the precision = 0,1% X (the full scale + 20%). .
Between -10C and +70C, the maximum deviation is <100ppm/C.
100ms after the command, the current output is stable. The management of the AOU200
board with an RI relay shows in Figure 1. When the RI relay is in the closed position, you can
read the value.

AOUx
100 ms

10 ms 10 ms

RI relay

C0287ENa

FIGURE 1: AOU200 BOARD DIAGRAM - SHOWS CURRENT OUTPUT


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The WatchDog relay and RI relays include the attributes that show in the table that follows:

Contact type NO
Max operating voltage 250VDC / 230VAC
2,5A continuously
Make and Carry 30A for 500ms
100A for 30ms
Break DC: 50W resistive, 15W inductive
(L/R = 40ms).
AC: 1250 VA resistive,
1250VA inductive (cosM = 0,7 relay
duration is lower)
Operating time < 7ms
Maximum frequency of commutation 360 operations each hour, on nominal load
100 000 operations, on resistive load at
Life Period
250VAC, 8A