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Relay Mounting

Section 2

Installation

Relay Mounting Section 2 Installation Figure 2.1 SEL-311C Dimensions and Panel-Mount Cutout To better use Figure
Relay Mounting Section 2 Installation Figure 2.1 SEL-311C Dimensions and Panel-Mount Cutout To better use Figure
Relay Mounting Section 2 Installation Figure 2.1 SEL-311C Dimensions and Panel-Mount Cutout To better use Figure

Figure 2.1

SEL-311C Dimensions and Panel-Mount Cutout

To better use Figure 2.1, refer to Table 1.1 for rack unit height information on SEL-311C models (2U or 3U).

Date Code 20050415

Instruction Manual

SEL-311C Relay

2.2

Installation Front- and Rear-Panel Diagrams

Front- and Rear-Panel Diagrams

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RECLOSERRECLOSER COMMCOMMENEN RSRSSOTFSOTFTIMETIMETRIPTRIP 5151LOLO 11 SEL-311C 99 PROTECTION AND AUTOMATION SYSTEM
RECLOSERRECLOSER
COMMCOMMENEN
RSRSSOTFSOTFTIMETIMETRIPTRIP
5151LOLO
11
SEL-311C
99
PROTECTION AND AUTOMATION SYSTEM
2211GGCCBBAA
4433
SERIALSERIAL
PORT F FPORT
FAULT TYPE
TYPEFAULT
ZONE/LEVELZONE/LEVEL
TARGETTARGET
EVENTSEVENTS
CNTRLCNTRLSETSETSTATUSSTATUS
OTHEROTHER
GROUPGROUP
RESETRESET METERMETER
LAMPLAMP
TESTTEST CANCELCANCEL SELECTSELECT
EXITEXIT
SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES
196-0261196-0261
RECLOSERRECLOSER COMMCOMMENEN RSRSSOTFSOTFTIMETIMETRIPTRIP 5151LOLO 11 SEL-311C 99 PROTECTION AND AUTOMATION SYSTEM
RECLOSERRECLOSER
COMMCOMMENEN
RSRSSOTFSOTFTIMETIMETRIPTRIP
5151LOLO
11
SEL-311C
99
PROTECTION AND AUTOMATION SYSTEM
2211GGCCBBAA
4433
SERIALSERIAL
PORT F FPORT
FAULT TYPE
TYPEFAULT
ZONE/LEVELZONE/LEVEL
TARGETTARGET
EVENTSEVENTS
CNTRLCNTRLSETSETSTATUSSTATUS
OTHEROTHER
GROUPGROUP
RESETRESET METERMETER
LAMPLAMP
TESTTEST CANCELCANCEL SELECTSELECT
EXITEXIT
SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES
196-0261196-0261
EE UU DD SERIALSERIAL PORTPORT 11 N/CN/C ++ -- IRIG-BIRIG-B
EE
UU
DD
SERIALSERIAL PORTPORT 11 N/CN/C ++ --
IRIG-BIRIG-B
OUT106OUT106OUT105OUT105OUT104OUT104OUT103OUT103OUT101OUT101
OUT102OUT102
OUT107OUT107
IN106IN106IN105IN105IN103IN103IN102IN102IN101IN101ALARMALARM
IN104IN104
SERIALSERIAL 2 2PORT
PORT
SERIALSERIAL
PORT 3 3PORT
ININ
1111
SS
11
88
99
99
PINPIN
EIA-485EIA-485
PORT 2 2 EIA-232PORT EIA-232
and F F EIA-232PORT EIA-232
PORT 3 3 and
11
+TX+TX
PINPIN
PINPIN
PINPIN
PINPIN
22
-TX-TX
11
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc 5,95,9
11GNDGND
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc 5,95,9 GNDGND
A03A03A02A02A01A01
A08A08A07A07A05A05A04A04
A13A13A12A12A10A10A09A09A06A06
A11A11
A18A18A17A17A15A15A14A14
A23A23A22A22A20A20A19A19A16A16
A21A21
A24A24
A26A26A25A25
A28A28A27A27
+RX+RX33
66 -IRIG-B-IRIG-B22
RXDRXD
RXDRXD22
N/CN/C66
-RX-RX44
33
TXDTXD
77
RTSRTS
33
TXDTXD
RTSRTS77
332211
8877665544
111199
131312121010
16161414
181817171515
21211919
232322222020
26262424
282827272525
55
SHIELDSHIELD
44
+IRIG-B+IRIG-B
88
CTSCTS
44
N/CN/C
CTSCTS88
IAIA
IBIB
ICIC
IPIP
VAVA
VBVB
VCVC
NSNSVSVSNN
POWERPOWER --++
D A A N N G G E E RD R
TNEENTMUUMRTTRSNIINSHTTHIIWWTTCATNOCONTACC
GNDGND
TERMINALS MAY
MAY CAUSETERMINALS CAUSE
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
WHICH CANELECTRICAL CAN
SHOCK WHICH
Z01Z01
Z02Z02
Z03Z03
Z05Z05Z04Z04
Z07Z07Z06Z06
Z09Z09Z08Z08
Z11Z11Z10Z10
Z12Z12
Z13Z13
Z14Z14
Z15Z15
Z24Z24Z23Z23Z22Z22Z21Z21Z16Z16
Z20Z20Z19Z19Z17Z17
Z18Z18
Z26Z26Z25Z25
Z27Z27
INJURY OR OR DEATHRESULT DEATH
RESULT IN IN INJURY
2929
3030
3131
33333232
35353434
37373636
39393838
41414040
4242
45454444
4646
196-0275196-0275
AA
AA
MM

Figure 2.2

SEL-311C Front- and Rear-Panel Drawings—Models 0311C00H2 (Rack) and 0311C0032 (Panel)

SEL-311C Relay

Instruction Manual

Date Code 20050415

Installation Front- and Rear-Panel Diagrams

Installation Front- and Rear-Panel Diagrams SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES AUTOMATION SYSTEM TARGETTARGET
SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES AUTOMATION SYSTEM TARGETTARGET RRESETESET LAMPLAMP TTESTEST 5151 44 LOLO 33
SCHWEITZER
ENGINEERING
LABORATORIES
AUTOMATION SYSTEM
TARGETTARGET RRESETESET
LAMPLAMP TTESTEST
5151
44
LOLO
33
ZONE/ZONE/
7979
LEVELLEVEL
RSRS
22
SOTFSOTF
11
COMMCOMM
GG
TIMETIME
CC
FAULTFAULT
TYPETYPE
TRIPTRIP
BB
ENEN
AA
11
SERIALSERIAL
PORTPORT FF
99
196-0263196-0263
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AA SERIALSERIAL PORTPORT IRIG-BIRIG-B11 SERIALSERIAL SERIALSERIAL OUT103OUT103OUT102OUT102OUT101OUT101 OUT104OUT104
AA
SERIALSERIAL PORTPORT
IRIG-BIRIG-B11
SERIALSERIAL
SERIALSERIAL
OUT103OUT103OUT102OUT102OUT101OUT101
OUT104OUT104
OUT105OUT105
ALARMALARMOUT107OUT107OUT106OUT106
IN101IN101
IN102IN102
IN105IN105IN103IN103
IN104IN104
IN106IN106
--
++N/CN/C
PORT 2 2PORT
PORT 3 3PORT
ININ
11
11
SS
11
88
44 3355
1122
55
44
33
1122
99
88
77
66
99
88
6677
99
99
PINPIN
EIA-485EIA-485
PORT 2 2 EIA-232PORT EIA-232
and F F EIA-232PORT EIA-232
PORT 3 3 and
11
+TX+TX
PINPIN
PINPIN
PINPIN
PINPIN
22
-TX-TX
11
+5VdcN/C
N/C OR OR +5Vdc
5,95,9
GNDGND
11
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc 5,95,9 GNDGND
A02A02 A03A03A01A01
A05A05A04A04
A08A08A07A07A06A06
A09A09 A10A10
A13A13A12A12A11A11
A15A15A14A14
A18A18A17A17A16A16
A19A19 A20A20
A23A23A22A22A21A21
A24A24 A25A25
A27A27A26A26
A28A28
33
+RX+RX
22
RXDRXD
66
-IRIG-B-IRIG-B
22
RXDRXD
66
N/CN/C
44
-RX-RX
33
TXDTXD
77
RTSRTS
33
TXDTXD
77
RTSRTS
11
22
33
44
55
66
77
88
99
1010
1111
1212
1313
1414
1515
1616
1717
19191818
2020
2121
2222
24242323
2525
2626
2727
2828
55
SHIELDSHIELD
44
+IRIG-B+IRIG-B
88
CTSCTS
44
N/CN/C
88
CTSCTS
IAIA
IBIB
ICIC
IPIP
VAVA
VBVB
VCVC
NN
VSVS
NSNS
POWERPOWER
++
--
MODEL:MODEL:
D A A N N G G E E R RD
S/N:S/N:
AA
PARTPART
NONO
CCONTACONTACTT WITHWITH ININSTRUMSTRUMEENNTT
PWRPWR
SUPSUP
GNDGND
MAY CAUSETERMINALS CAUSE
TERMINALS MAY
LOGICLOGIC
INPUTINPUT
WHICH CANELECTRICAL CAN
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
SHOCK WHICH
Z01Z01
Z02Z02
Z03Z03
Z04Z04
Z05Z05
Z06Z06
Z07Z07
Z08Z08
Z09Z09
Z10Z10
Z13Z13Z11Z11
Z12Z12
Z14Z14
Z15Z15
Z16Z16
Z17Z17
Z18Z18
Z19Z19
Z20Z20
Z21Z21
Z23Z23 Z24Z24Z22Z22
Z25Z25
Z26Z26
Z27Z27
ROTATIONROTATION
OO // AMPSAMPSV/V/
HERTZHERTZ
RESULT IN IN INJURY
DEATHRESULT
INJURY OR OR DEATH
2929
3030
3131
3232
34343333
3535
3636
3737
39393838
4040
4141
4242
4444
4545
4646
196-0275196-0275
DD
MM
UU
EE
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Figure 2.3

SEL-311C Front- and Rear-Panel Drawings—Models 0311C00V1 (Rack) and 0311C0041 (Panel)

2.3

Date Code 20050415

Instruction Manual

SEL-311C Relay

2.4

Installation Front- and Rear-Panel Diagrams

RECLOSERRECLOSER ENEN COMMCOMM RSRSSOTFSOTFTIMETIMETRIPTRIP 5151LOLO 11 SEL-311CSEL-311C 99 PROTECTION AND
RECLOSERRECLOSER
ENEN
COMMCOMM RSRSSOTFSOTFTIMETIMETRIPTRIP
5151LOLO
11
SEL-311CSEL-311C
99
PROTECTION AND
AUTOMATION SYSTEMPROTECTION SYSTEM
AND AUTOMATION
BBAA
CC
11GG
22
33
44
SERIALSERIAL
PORT F FPORT
FAULT TYPEFAULT TYPE
ZONE/LEVELZONE/LEVEL
TARGETTARGET
CNTRLCNTRLSETSETOTHEROTHERSTATUSSTATUSMETERMETER
EVENTSEVENTS
GROUPGROUP
RESETRESET
LAMPLAMP
SELECTSELECT
EXITEXIT
TESTTEST CANCELCANCEL
ENGINEERING LABORATORIESSCHWEITZER LABORATORIES
SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING
196-0270196-0270
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RECLOSERRECLOSER ENEN RSRSSOTFSOTFTIMETIMETRIPTRIP COMMCOMM 5151LOLO 11 SEL-311CSEL-311C 99 PROTECTION AND
RECLOSERRECLOSER
ENEN
RSRSSOTFSOTFTIMETIMETRIPTRIP
COMMCOMM
5151LOLO
11
SEL-311CSEL-311C
99
PROTECTION AND
AUTOMATION SYSTEMPROTECTION SYSTEM
AND AUTOMATION
BBAA
CC
11GG
22
33
44
SERIALSERIAL
PORT FPORT F
TYPEFAULT
FAULT TYPE
ZONE/LEVELZONE/LEVEL
TARGETTARGET
CNTRLCNTRLSETSETOTHEROTHERSTATUSSTATUSMETERMETER
EVENTSEVENTS
GROUPGROUP
RESETRESET
LAMPLAMP
SELECTSELECT
EXITEXIT
TESTTEST CANCELCANCEL
ENGINEERING LABORATORIESSCHWEITZER LABORATORIES
SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING
196-0270196-0270
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Figure 2.4

SEL-311C Front-Panel Drawings—Models 0311C01H2 (Rack) and 0311C0132 (Panel)

SEL-311C Relay

Instruction Manual

Date Code 20050415

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Installation Front- and Rear-Panel Diagrams

RECLOSERRECLOSER TARGETTARGET ENEN COMMCOMM RSRSSOTFSOTFTIMETIMETRIPTRIP RESETRESET5151LOLO 11 SEL-311C 99
RECLOSERRECLOSER
TARGETTARGET
ENEN
COMMCOMM RSRSSOTFSOTFTIMETIMETRIPTRIP
RESETRESET5151LOLO
11
SEL-311C
99
PROTECTION AND AUTOMATION SYSTEM
BBAA
CC
11GG
22
LAMPLAMP33
44
SERIALSERIAL
PORT F FPORT
FAULT TYPE
TYPEFAULT
ZONE/LEVELZONE/LEVEL
TESTTEST
SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES
196-0271196-0271
RECLOSERRECLOSER TARGETTARGET ENEN RSRSSOTFSOTFTIMETIMETRIPTRIP COMMCOMM RESETRESET5151LOLO 11 SEL-311C 99
RECLOSERRECLOSER
TARGETTARGET
ENEN
RSRSSOTFSOTFTIMETIMETRIPTRIP
COMMCOMM
RESETRESET5151LOLO
11
SEL-311C
99
PROTECTION AND AUTOMATION SYSTEM
BBAA
CC
11GG
22
LAMPLAMP33
44
SERIALSERIAL
PORT FPORT F
TYPEFAULT
FAULT TYPE
ZONE/LEVELZONE/LEVEL
TESTTEST
SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES
196-0271196-0271

Figure 2.5

SEL-311C Front-Panel Drawings—Models 0311C01H1 (Rack) and 0311C0131 (Panel)

2.5

Date Code 20050415

Instruction Manual

SEL-311C Relay

2.6

Installation Front- and Rear-Panel Diagrams

2.6 Installation Front- and Rear-Panel Diagrams Figure 2.6 SEL-311C Relay SEL-311C Front-Panel Drawings—Models

Figure 2.6

SEL-311C Relay

SEL-311C Front-Panel Drawings—Models 0311C01V1 and 0311C01V2

Instruction Manual

Date Code 20050415

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Installation Front- and Rear-Panel Diagrams

2.7

SCHWEITZER

SCHWEITZER

ENGINEERING

ENGINEERING

LABORATORIES

LABORATORIES

ENGINEERING ENGINEERING LABORATORIES LABORATORIES SEL-311C PROTECTION AND AUTOMATION SYSTEM TARGET TARGET R

SEL-311C

PROTECTION AND

AUTOMATION SYSTEM

TARGETTARGET RRESETESET

LAMPLAMP TTESTEST

5151

LOLO

7979

RSRS

SOTFSOTF

44

33 ZONE/ZONE/

LEVELLEVEL

22

11

COMMCOMM

TIMETIME

TRIPTRIP

ENEN

GG

CC

FAULTFAULT

TYPETYPE

BB

AA

11

SERIALSERIAL

PORTPORT FF

99

196-0273196-0273

 

GROUPGROUP

 

EXITEXIT

CNTRLCNTRL

   

SETSET

   

OTHEROTHER

 

STATUSSTATUS

 

EVENTSEVENTS

SELECTSELECT

METERMETER

CANCELCANCEL

TARGETTARGET

LAMPLAMP

RESETRESET

TESTTEST

5151

44

LOLO

33

7979

 

ZONE/ZONE/

 

LEVELLEVEL

RSRS

22

SOTFSOTF

11

COMMCOMM

GG

TIMETIME

CC

FAULTFAULT

 

TYPETYPE

TRIPTRIP

BB

ENEN

AA

 

11

SERIALSERIAL

 
 

PORTPORT FF

99

Figure 2.7

SEL-311C Front-Panel Drawings—Models 0311C0141 and 0311C0142

Date Code 20050415

Instruction Manual

196-0272196-0272

SEL-311C Relay

2.8

Installation Front- and Rear-Panel Diagrams

EE EE UU UU DD DD IRIG-BIRIG-B SERIALSERIAL PORTPORT 11 ++ -- SERIALSERIAL PORT 2PORT
EE
EE
UU
UU
DD
DD
IRIG-BIRIG-B
SERIALSERIAL PORTPORT 11
++ --
SERIALSERIAL
PORT 2PORT 2
SERIALSERIAL
PORT 3PORT 3
ININ
2211
33
44
55
N/CN/C
8877
OUT102OUT102OUT101OUT101
OUT103OUT103
OUT104OUT104
OUT106OUT106OUT105OUT105
OUT107OUT107
IN104IN104ALARMALARM
IN101IN101
IN103IN103IN102IN102
IN105IN105
IN106IN106
SS
11
11
99
99
PINPIN
EIA-485EIA-485
PORT 2 2 EIA-232PORT EIA-232
PORT 3 3 and
and F F EIA-232PORT EIA-232
11
+TX+TX
PINPIN
PINPIN
PINPIN
PINPIN
22
-TX-TX
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc11
5,95,9
GNDGND
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc11
5,95,9 GNDGND
A02A02 A03A03A01A01
A04A04 A05A05
A07A07 A08A08A06A06
A09A09 A10A10
A12A12 A13A13A11A11
A14A14 A15A15
A17A17 A18A18A16A16
A19A19 A20A20
A22A22 A23A23A21A21
A24A24 A25A25
A27A27 A28A28A26A26
33
+RX+RX
66 -IRIG-B-IRIG-B22
RXDRXD
22
66 N/CN/CRXDRXD
44
-RX-RX
33
TXDTXD
77
RTSRTS
33
TXDTXD
RTSRTS77
55
SHIELDSHIELD
44
+IRIG-B+IRIG-B
88
CTSCTS
44
N/CN/C
CTSCTS88
OUT201OUT201
OUT202OUT202
OUT203OUT203 OUT204OUT204
OUT206OUT206OUT205OUT205
OUT207OUT207
OUT208OUT208
OUT209OUT209
OUT211OUT211OUT210OUT210
OUT212OUT212
IN201IN201
IN203IN203IN202IN202
IN204IN204
IN205IN205
IN206IN206
IN208IN208IN207IN207
B01B01 B02B02 B03B03
B06B06B05B05B04B04
B07B07 B08B08
B11B11B10B10B09B09
B13B13B12B12
B16B16B15B15B14B14
B18B18B17B17
B21B21B20B20B19B19
B23B23B22B22
B24B24
B25B25 B26B26
B28B28 B29B29B27B27
B30B30 B31B31
B33B33 B34B34B32B32
B35B35 B36B36
B39B39B38B38B37B37
B40B40
IAIA
IPIPIBIB
ICIC
VAVA
VBVB
VCVC
NSNSVSVSNN
++ POWERPOWER --
D
A A N N G G E E R RD
TNEMURTRUMENTTSSNINIHTITHIWWTTCCAATNONTOCC
MAY CAUSETERMINALS CAUSE
TERMINALS MAY
GNDGND
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
CANELECTRICAL
SHOCK WHICH
WHICH CAN
DEATHRESULT
RESULT IN IN INJURY
INJURY OR OR DEATH
Z01Z01
Z02Z02
Z03Z03
Z04Z04
Z05Z05
Z06Z06
Z07Z07
Z08Z08
Z09Z09
Z10Z10
Z11Z11
Z12Z12
Z15Z15 Z16Z16Z14Z14Z13Z13
Z17Z17
Z18Z18
Z19Z19
Z20Z20
Z27Z27Z21Z21
Z22Z22
Z23Z23
Z24Z24
Z26Z26Z25Z25
196-0266196-0266
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IRIG-BIRIG-B
SERIALSERIAL PORTPORT 11
++ --
SERIALSERIAL
PORT 2 2PORT
SERIALSERIAL
PORT 3PORT 3
ININ
2211
33
44
N/CN/C55
8877
OUT102OUT102OUT101OUT101
OUT103OUT103
OUT104OUT104
OUT106OUT106OUT105OUT105
OUT107OUT107
IN104IN104ALARMALARM
IN101IN101
IN103IN103IN102IN102
IN105IN105
IN106IN106
SS
11
11
AA
99
99
PINPIN
EIA-485EIA-485
PORT 2 2 EIA-232PORT EIA-232
and F F EIA-232PORT EIA-232
PORT 3 3 and
11
+TX+TX
PINPIN
PINPIN
PINPIN
PINPIN
22
-TX-TX
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc11
5,95,9
GNDGND
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc11
5,95,9 GNDGND
A02A02 A03A03A01A01
A04A04 A05A05
A07A07 A08A08A06A06
A09A09 A10A10
A12A12 A13A13A11A11
A24A24A14A14
A15A15
A17A17 A18A18A16A16
A19A19 A20A20
A22A22 A23A23A21A21
A25A25 A26A26 A27A27 A28A28
33
+RX+RX
66 -IRIG-B-IRIG-B22
RXDRXD
22
66 N/CN/CRXDRXD
44
-RX-RX
33
TXDTXD
77
RTSRTS
33
TXDTXD
RTSRTS77
11
22
33
44
55
66
77
88
101099
1111
1212
1313
15151414
1616
1717
1818
20201919
2121
2222
2323
25252424
2626
2727
2828
55
SHIELDSHIELD
44
+IRIG-B+IRIG-B
88
CTSCTS
44
N/CN/C
CTSCTS88
IAIA
IPIPIBIB
ICIC
VAVA
VBVB
VCVC
NSNSVSVSNN
POWERPOWER
++
--
A A N N G G E E R RD
D
TNEMURTRUMENTTSSNINIHTITHIWWTTCATNTACNOOCC
GNDGND
MAY CAUSETERMINALS CAUSE
TERMINALS MAY
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
CANELECTRICAL
SHOCK WHICH
WHICH CAN
Z02Z02Z01Z01
Z03Z03
Z11Z11Z10Z10Z09Z09Z08Z08Z07Z07Z06Z06Z05Z05Z04Z04
Z12Z12
Z20Z20Z19Z19Z18Z18Z17Z17Z15Z15Z13Z13
Z14Z14
Z16Z16
Z22Z22Z21Z21
Z25Z25 Z26Z26Z24Z24Z23Z23
Z27Z27
INJURY OR OR DEATHRESULT DEATH
RESULT IN IN INJURY
2929
3030
3131
3232
3333
3434
3535
3636
3737
3838
3939
424241414040
4444
4545
4646
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AA
MM
AA
MM

Figure 2.8

SEL-311C Relay

SEL-311C 3U Rear-Panel Terminal Block Drawings (With and Without Additional I/O Board)

Instruction Manual

Date Code 20050415

EE UU DD IRIG-BIRIG-B 11PORTPORTSERIALSERIAL ++ -- SERIALSERIAL PORT 2 2PORT SERIALSERIAL PORT 3PORT 3
EE
UU
DD
IRIG-BIRIG-B
11PORTPORTSERIALSERIAL
++ --
SERIALSERIAL
PORT 2 2PORT
SERIALSERIAL
PORT 3PORT 3
ININ
11
22
33
44
55
N/CN/C
77
88
OUT101OUT101
OUT102OUT102
OUT103OUT103
OUT104OUT104
OUT105OUT105
OUT106OUT106
OUT107OUT107
ALARMALARM
IN101IN101
IN102IN102
IN103IN103
IN104IN104
IN105IN105
IN106IN106
SS
11
11
99
99
PINPIN
EIA-485EIA-485
PORT 2 2 EIA-232PORT EIA-232
and F F EIA-232PORT EIA-232
PORT 3 3 and
11
+TX+TX
PINPIN
PINPIN
PINPIN
PINPIN
22
-TX-TX
11
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc 5,95,9
GNDGND
11
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc 5,95,9 GNDGND
A01A01
A03A03 A04A04A02A02
A05A05 A06A06
A08A08A07A07
A09A09 A10A10
A12A12 A13A13A11A11
A14A14 A15A15
A17A17A16A16
A18A18 A19A19
A21A21 A22A22A20A20
A23A23 A24A24 A25A25 A26A26 A27A27 A28A28
33
+RX+RX
22
RXDRXD
66
-IRIG-B-IRIG-B
22
RXDRXD
66
N/CN/C
44
-RX-RX
33
TXDTXD
77
RTSRTS
33
TXDTXD
77
RTSRTS
55
SHIELDSHIELD
44
+IRIG-B+IRIG-B
88
CTSCTS
44
N/CN/C
88
CTSCTS
R201R201OUT201OUT201
OUT202OUT202
OUT203OUT203R202R202
R203R203
R204R204OUT204OUT204
OUT205OUT205
OUT206OUT206R205R205
R206R206
R207R207OUT207OUT207
OUT208OUT208 R208R208
IN201IN201
IN202IN202
IN203IN203
IN206IN206IN205IN205IN204IN204
IN207IN207
IN208IN208
B04B04 B05B05B03B03B01B01
B02B02
B06B06 B07B07 B08B08 B09B09
B13B13 B14B14B12B12B10B10
B11B11
B15B15 B16B16 B17B17 B18B18
B22B22 B23B23B21B21B20B20B19B19
B24B24
B31B31B25B25
B26B26
B27B27 B28B28
B30B30B29B29
B33B33B32B32
B34B34 B35B35
B37B37 B38B38B36B36
B39B39 B40B40
IAIA
IBIB
VSVSVAVAICIC
IPIP
VCVCVBVB
NN
NSNS
++ POWERPOWER --
D A A N N G G E E RD R
TNEMURUMENTRTTSNINSIHHTITIWWTTCATACTNONOCC
TERMINALS MAY
CAUSETERMINALS
MAY CAUSE
GNDGND
CANELECTRICAL
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
SHOCK WHICH
WHICH CAN
DEATHRESULT
RESULT IN IN INJURY
INJURY OR OR DEATH
Z04Z04 Z05Z05Z01Z01
Z02Z02
Z20Z20Z03Z03
Z12Z12 Z13Z13Z09Z09Z07Z07Z06Z06
Z08Z08
Z11Z11Z10Z10
Z16Z16 Z17Z17Z15Z15Z14Z14
Z19Z19Z18Z18
Z21Z21
Z22Z22
Z23Z23
Z24Z24
Z25Z25
Z26Z26
Z27Z27
196-0266196-0266
i3469a
AA
AA
MM

Figure 2.9

(Fast Hybrid High-Current Interrupting Output Contacts)

SEL-311C 3U Rear-Panel Terminal Block Drawing

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Installation Front- and Rear-Panel Diagrams

2.9

SEL-311C Relay

2.10

Installation Front- and Rear-Panel Diagrams

Figure 2.10

EE UU DD IRIG-BIRIG-B OUT102OUT102OUT101OUT101 OUT103OUT103 OUT104OUT104 OUT105OUT105 OUT107OUT107OUT106OUT106
EE
UU
DD
IRIG-BIRIG-B
OUT102OUT102OUT101OUT101
OUT103OUT103
OUT104OUT104
OUT105OUT105
OUT107OUT107OUT106OUT106
ALARMALARM
IN101IN101
IN102IN102
IN103IN103
IN104IN104
PORT 1IN105IN105 1SERIAL
IN106IN106
SERIAL PORT
SERIAL PORT
++ --
PORT 2 2SERIAL
SERIAL PORT
PORT 3SERIAL 3
ININ
11
11
SS
99
99
11
22
33
5544
N/CN/C
77
88
A01A01 A02A02 A03A03 A04A04 A05A05 A06A06 A07A07
A10A10A08A08
A09A09
A11A11
A12A12
A13A13
A15A15A14A14
A16A16
A17A17
A21A21A18A18
A19A19 A20A20
A22A22
A23A23 A24A24 A25A25
A28A28A26A26
A27A27
11
22
33
44
55
66
77
88
99
1010
1111
1212
1313
1414
1515
1616
1717
1818
1919
2020
2121
2222
2323
2424
2525
2626
2727
2828
POWERPOWER
EIA-485PORT
PORT 1 1 EIA-485
++
GNDGND
D A A N N G G E E RD R
PINPIN
11
22
33
44
55
Z25Z25
+TX+TX
-TX-TX
+RX+RX
-RX-RX
SHEILDSHEILD
VCVC
NSNS
4444
IAIA
IBIB
ICIC
IPIP
Z11Z11
Z14Z14
3939
4242
PORT 2 2 EIA-232
EIA-232PORT
PORT 3,F 3,F EIA-232
EIA-232PORT
VBVB
VSVS
PINPIN
PINPIN
Z10Z10
Z13Z13
11
11
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc
3838
4141
22
22
RXDRXD
33
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc
RXDRXD
TXDTXD
33
TXDTXD
44
44
N/CN/C
VAVA
NN
5,95,9
+IRIG-B+IRIG-B
GNDGND
5,95,9
GNDGND
Z01Z01
Z02Z02
Z03Z03 Z04Z04
Z05Z05
Z06Z06
Z07Z07
Z08Z08
Z09Z09
Z12Z12
66
66
N/CN/C
--
2929
3030
3131
3232
3333
3434
3535
37373636
4040
77
77
RTSRTS
Z26Z26
Z27Z27
88
-IRIG-B-IRIG-B
RTSRTS
CTSCTS
88
CTSCTS
4545
196-0267196-0267
4646
i3464a
AA
AA
MM

SEL-311C 2U Rear-Panel Connectorized ® Drawing

SEL-311C Relay

Instruction Manual

Date Code 20050415

Installation Front- and Rear-Panel Diagrams

2.11

EE EE UU UU DD DD IRIG-BIRIG-B OUT101OUT101 OUT102OUT102 OUT103OUT103 OUT104OUT104 OUT105OUT105 OUT106OUT106
EE
EE
UU
UU
DD
DD
IRIG-BIRIG-B
OUT101OUT101
OUT102OUT102
OUT103OUT103
OUT104OUT104
OUT105OUT105
OUT106OUT106
OUT107OUT107
ALARMALARM
IN101IN101
IN102IN102
IN103IN103
IN104IN104
IN105IN105
IN106IN106
SERIALSERIAL PORTPORT 11
++
--
SERIALSERIAL
PORT 2PORT 2
SERIALSERIAL
PORT 3PORT 3
ININ
11
22
33
5544
N/CN/C
77
88
SS
11
11
99
99
PINPIN
EIA-485EIA-485
A01A01 A02A02 A03A03 A04A04 A05A05 A06A06
A08A08A07A07
A09A09 A10A10 A11A11
A12A12
A13A13
A15A15A14A14
A16A16
A17A17
A18A18
A19A19 A20A20 A21A21 A22A22
A23A23 A24A24 A25A25
A27A27 A28A28A26A26
1,21,2
+TX,-TX+TX,-TX
3,43,4
+RX,-RX+RX,-RX
55
SHIELDSHIELD
OUT201OUT201
OUT202OUT202
OUT203OUT203
OUT204OUT204
OUT205OUT205
OUT206OUT206
OUT207OUT207
OUT208OUT208
OUT209OUT209
OUT210OUT210
OUT211OUT211
OUT212OUT212
IN201IN201
IN202IN202
IN203IN203
IN204IN204
IN205IN205
IN206IN206
IN207IN207
IN208IN208
++++
++++
++++
++++
++
++++
++
B01B01 B02B02
B04B04B03B03
B05B05 B06B06
B08B08B07B07
B09B09
B11B11B10B10
B12B12
B13B13
B15B15B14B14
B16B16
B18B18B17B17
B20B20 B21B21B19B19
B22B22 B23B23 B24B24
B25B25 B26B26 B27B27 B28B28 B29B29 B30B30 B31B31 B32B32
B33B33 B34B34
B35B35
B37B37B36B36
B38B38
B40B40B39B39
A A N N G G E E R RD
D
POWERPOWER
GNDGND
++
Z25Z25
IAIA
IBIB
ICIC
IPIP
VCVC
NSNS
PORT 2 2 EIA-232PORT EIA-232 PORT 3,F 3,F EIA-232
EIA-232PORT
Z11Z11
Z14Z14
PINPIN
PINPIN
11
VBVB
VSVS
22
33
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc
RXDRXD
TXDTXD
11
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc
22
RXDRXD
33
TXDTXD
Z10Z10
Z13Z13
44
5,95,9
+IRIG-B+IRIG-B
GNDGND
44
N/CN/C
5,95,9
GNDGND
VAVA
NN
66
66
77
-IRIG-B-IRIG-B
RTSRTS
CTSCTS
N/CN/C
77
RTSRTS
Z02Z02Z01Z01
Z03Z03 Z04Z04
Z07Z07Z06Z06Z05Z05
Z08Z08
Z09Z09
Z12Z12
88
88
CTSCTS
--
Z26Z26
Z27Z27
196-0268196-0268
i3465a
IRIG-BIRIG-B
OUT102OUT102OUT101OUT101
OUT103OUT103
OUT104OUT104
OUT105OUT105
OUT107OUT107OUT106OUT106
ALARMALARM
IN101IN101
IN102IN102
IN103IN103
IN104IN104
IN105IN105
IN106IN106
SERIALSERIAL PORTPORT 11
SERIALSERIAL
++
--
SERIALSERIAL
PORT 3PORT 3
ININ
PORT 2PORT 2
11
22
33
5544
N/CN/C
77
88
SS
11
11
99
99
AA
PINPIN
EIA-485EIA-485
A01A01 A02A02 A03A03 A04A04 A05A05 A06A06 A07A07
A10A10A08A08
A09A09
A11A11
A12A12
A13A13
A15A15A14A14
A16A16
A17A17
A21A21A18A18
A19A19 A20A20
A22A22
A23A23 A24A24 A25A25
A28A28A26A26
A27A27
1,21,2
+TX,-TX+TX,-TX
11
22
33
44
55
66
77
88
99
1010
1111
1212
1313
1414
1515
1616
1717
1818
1919
2020
2121
2222
3,43,4
+RX,-RX+RX,-RX
2323
2424
2525
2626
2727
2828
55
SHIELDSHIELD
POWERPOWER
A A N N G G E E RD R
D
++
GNDGND
Z25Z25
VCVC
NSNS
4444
IAIA
IBIB
ICIC
IPIP
Z11Z11
Z14Z14
PORT 2 2 EIA-232
EIA-232PORT
PORT 3,F 3,F EIA-232
EIA-232PORT
3939
4242
PINPIN
PINPIN
11
11
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc
VBVB
VSVS
22
22
RXDRXD
Z10Z10
Z13Z13
33
33
TXDTXD
3838
4141
44
44
N/CN/C
5,95,9
5,95,9
GNDGND
66
66
N/CN/C
VAVA
NN
77
77
RTSRTS
Z01Z01
Z02Z02
Z03Z03 Z04Z04
Z05Z05
Z06Z06
Z07Z07
Z08Z08
Z09Z09
Z12Z12
88
N/C OR OR +5VdcN/C +5Vdc
RXDRXD
TXDTXD
+IRIG-B+IRIG-B
GNDGND
-IRIG-B-IRIG-B
RTSRTS
CTSCTS
88
CTSCTS
--
2929
3030
3131
3232
3333
3434
3535
37373636
4040
Z26Z26
Z27Z27
4545
196-0269196-0269
4646
i3466a
AA
AA
MM
AA
MM

Figure 2.11

SEL-311C 3U Rear-Panel Connectorized Drawings (With and Without Additional I/O Board)

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Instruction Manual

SEL-311C Relay

2.12

Installation Making Rear-Panel Connections

Making Rear-Panel Connections

Refer to Figure 2.13 and Figure 2.14 for wiring examples of typical applications.

Tools: Phillips or slotted-tip screwdriver

Parts: All screws are size #6-32. Locking screws can be requested from the factory.

Wire-Alike Screw Terminal Connections

Power Supply

Ground the relay chassis at terminal Z27.

All SEL-311C two rack-unit height relays and three rack-unit height relays without the additional I/O board have SEL-221 Relay wire-alike terminals. Both SEL-311C standard terminal numbers and SEL-221 terminal numbers are shown on the rear-panel wiring connections for those models. A properly programmed SEL-311C may be installed in place of an SEL-221 with no changes to the terminal numbers in a user’s wiring diagram.

Connect control voltage to the POWER terminals. Note the polarity indicators on terminals Z25(+) and Z26(). Control power passes through these terminals to a fuse and to the switching power supply. The control power circuitry is isolated from the relay chassis ground.

Refer to Section 1: Introduction & Specifications for power supply ratings. The relay power supply rating is listed on the serial number sticker on the relay rear panel.

Output Contacts

Model 0311C00x

NOTE: Do not use the following part numbers to order SEL-311C Relays. Contact the SEL factory for ordering information.

Model 0311C00x can be ordered with standard output contacts only. Refer to Specifications on page 1.10 for output contact ratings.

Standard output contacts are not polarity dependent.

Model 0311C01x

Model 0311C01x has output contacts on two rows of rear-panel screw terminals:

upper row OUT101 through OUT107, plus ALARM (ordered as standard output contacts only)

lower row OUT201 through OUT212 (ordered as standard or high-current interrupting output contacts-all of one type or the other)

Refer to Specifications on page 1.10 for output contact ratings. To determine the type of output contacts on the extra I/O board of your Model 0311C01x relay, refer to the part number on the serial number sticker on the relay rear panel.

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Standard Output Contacts

Installation Making Rear-Panel Connections

2.13

Model 0311C01x part numbers with a numeral “2” in the field (bold below) (sample part numbers) indicate standard output contacts on the extra I/O board (OUT201 through OUT212):

0311C01H2425421

Standard output contacts are not polarity dependent.

High-Current Interrupting Output Contacts

Model 0311C01x part numbers with a numeral “6” in the field (bold below) (sample part numbers) indicate high-current interrupting output contacts on the extra I/O board (OUT201 through OUT212):

NOTE: Do not use the high-current interrupting output contacts to switch ac control signals.

0311C01H2425461

High-current interrupting output contacts are polarity dependent. The extra I/O board of the Model 0311C01x relay in Figure 2.8 does not show “+” polarity markings (because it is the rear panel for an extra I/O board with standard output contacts).

As an example, consider the connection of terminals B01 and B02 (high-current interrupting output contact OUT201) in a circuit. Terminal B02 (+) has to be at a higher voltage potential than terminal B01 in the circuit.

The same holds true for output contacts OUT202 through OUT212 (if they are also high-current interrupting output contacts).

Fast Hybrid High-Current Interrupting Output Contacts

Model 0311C01x part numbers with a numeral “5” in the field (bold below) (sample part numbers) indicate fast hybrid high-current interrupting output contacts on the extra I/O board (OUT201 through OUT208):

0311C01H2425451

Fast hybrid high-current interrupting output contacts are not polarity dependent and may be used to switch either ac or dc loads.

Short transient inrush current may flow when a switch that is in series with the contact is closed, and the contact is open. This transient will not energize the circuit used in typical applications. Trip and close coils and standard auxiliary relays will not pick up; however, an extremely sensitive digital input or light- duty, high-speed auxiliary may pick up for this condition. The transient occurs when the capacitance of the output contact circuitry charged. A third terminal (B03 in Figure 2.9) provides a path for charging the capacitance when the circuit is open.

Figure 2.12 shows some possible connections for this third terminal that will eliminate the possibility of transients when closing a switch. Circuit load is not shown. In general, the third terminal must be connected to the dc rail that is on the same side as the open switch condition. If an open switch may exist on either side of the output contact, only one condition may be considered. Two open switches (one on each side of the contact) defeat the charge circuit.

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SEL-311C Relay

2.14

Installation Making Rear-Panel Connections

(+) C01 C02 C03 C02 C03 C01 (–)
(+)
C01
C02
C03
C02
C03
C01
(–)

Circuit for Charge Current Internal to SEL-311C

Figure 2.12

(Circuit Load Not Shown, Third Terminal Connection Is Optional)

Possible Connections for Fast High-Current Interrupting Output Contacts

(+)

(–)

Optoisolated Inputs

Current Transformer Inputs

The optoisolated inputs in any of the SEL-311C models (e.g., IN102, IN207) are not polarity dependent. With nominal control voltage applied, each optoisolated input draws approximately 4 mA of current. Refer to Specifications on page 1.10 for optoisolated input ratings.

Refer to the serial number sticker on the relay rear panel for the optoisolated input voltage rating.

Note the polarity dots above terminals Z01, Z03, Z05, and Z07. Refer to Figure 2.13 and Figure 2.14 for typical CT wiring examples.

Refer to the serial number sticker on the relay rear panel for the nominal current ratings (5 A or 1 A) for the phase (IA, IB, IC) and polarizing current inputs.

Potential Transformer Inputs

Note the signal labels (VA, VB, VC, N, VS, NS) on terminals Z09 through Z14. Figure 1.2 shows the internal connection for terminals VA, VB, VC, and VN. Note also that VS/NS is a separate single-phase voltage input.

Wye-Connected Voltages

Any of the single-phase voltage inputs (i.e., VA-N, VB-N, VC-N, or VS-NS) can be connected to voltages up to 150 V continuous. Figure 2.13 and Figure 2.14 show examples of wye-connected voltages. System frequency is determined from the voltages connected to terminals VA-N.

Serial Ports

SEL-311C Relay

All ports are independent—you can communicate to any combination simultaneously.

Serial Port 1 on all the SEL-311C models is an EIA-485 port (4-wire). The Serial Port 1 plug-in connector accepts wire size AWG 24 to 12. Strip the wires 0.31 inches (8 mm) and install with a small slotted-tip screwdriver. The Serial Port 1 connector has extra positions for IRIG-B time-code signal input (see Table 10.2; also see following discussion on IRIG-B time code input).

All EIA-232 ports accept 9-pin D-subminiature male connectors. Port 2 on all the SEL-311C models includes the IRIG-B time-code signal input (see Table 10.1; also see following discussion on IRIG-B time-code input).

The pin definitions for all the ports are given on the relay rear panel and are detailed in Table 10.1 through Table 10.3 in Section 10: Serial Port Communications and Commands.

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NOTE: Devices not manufactured by SEL are listed in Table 2.1 for the convenience of our customers. SEL does not specifically endorse or recommend such products, nor does SEL guarantee proper operation of those products, or the correctness of connections, over which SEL has no control.

Installation Making Rear-Panel Connections

2.15

Refer to Table 2.1 for a list of cables available from SEL for various communication applications. Refer to Section 10: Serial Port Communications and Commands for detailed cable diagrams for selected cables (cable diagrams precede Table 10.3).

For example, to connect any EIA-232 port to the 9-pin male connector on a laptop computer, order cable number C234A and specify the length needed (standard length is eight feet). To connect the SEL-311C Port 2 to the SEL-2020 Communications Processor that supplies the communication link and the IRIG-B time synchronization signal, order cable number C273A. For connecting devices at distances over 30 feet, SEL offers fiber-optic transceivers. The SEL-2800 family of transceivers provides fiber-optic links between devices for electrical isolation and long-distance signal transmission. Contact SEL for further information on these products.

Table 2.1

Communications Cables to Connect the SEL-311C to Other Devices

SEL-311C

Connect to Device (gender refers to the device)

 

EIA-232 Serial Ports

SEL Cable No.

all EIA-232 ports

PC, 25-Pin Male (DTE)

C227A

all EIA-232 ports

Laptop PC, 9-Pin Male (DTE)

C234A

all EIA-232 ports

SEL-2032, SEL-2030, or SEL-2020 without IRIG-B

C272A

2

SEL-2032, SEL-2030, or SEL-2020 with IRIG-B

C273A

all EIA-232 ports

SEL-DTA2

C272A

2 a

Telenetics Modem, 5 Vdc Powered

C220 a

3 a

all EIA-232 ports

Standard Modem, 25-Pin Female (DCE)

C222

all EIA-232 ports

RFL-9660

C245A

all EIA-232 ports

SEL-2100

C272A

2

SEL-2100 with IRIG

C273A

2

SEL-2505

SEL-2800

3

a A corresponding main board jumper must be installed to power the Telenetics Modem with +5 Vdc (0.5 A limit) from the SEL-311C. See Figure 2.16 and Table 2.5.

IRIG-B Time-Code Input

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The SEL-311C accepts a demodulated IRIG-B time signal to synchronize the relay internal clock with some external source.

A demodulated IRIG-B time code can be input into Serial Port 2 on any of the

SEL-311C models (see Table 10.1) by connecting Serial Port 2 of the

SEL-311C to an SEL-2020 with Cable C273A.

A demodulated IRIG-B time code can also be input into the connector for

Serial Port 1 (see Table 10.2). If demodulated IRIG-B time code is input into

this connector, it should not be input into Serial Port 2 and vice versa.

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SEL-311C Relay

2.16

Installation SEL-311C AC/DC Connection Diagrams for Various Applications

SEL-311C AC/DC Connection Diagrams for Various Applications

A B C N VC VB VA SEL-311C RELAY (—) Trip TC Circuit IA 52A
A
B
C
N
VC
VB
VA
SEL-311C RELAY
(—)
Trip
TC
Circuit
IA
52A
OUT101
Trip
(+)
Coil
(—)
Close
CC
Circuit
IB
52B
OUT102
Close
(+)
Coil
Breaker
86
(—)
Failure
IC
OUT103
86B
Trip
Lock
Circuit
(+)
Out
to Bus Relay
(Fast Bus Trip Scheme)
IP
OUT104
(+)
52
to Annunciator, RTU, or SEL
Communications Processor
ALARM
(+)
VS
(—)
IN101
Breaker Status
NS
(+)
52A
LINE
Forward Tripping Direction

Voltage Channel VS is used in voltage and synchronism check elements and voltage metering.

Current Channel IP does not need to be connected. Channel IP provides current for current-polarized directional elements.

Figure 2.13

Reclosing, and Synchronism Check for a Transmission Line

SEL-311C Provides Distance and Overcurrent Protection,

SEL-311C Relay

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TRANSFORMER BANK

Installation SEL-311C AC/DC Connection Diagrams for Various Applications

2.17

A B C N VC VB VA SEL-311C RELAY TC (—) Trip Circuit IA OUT101
A
B
C
N
VC
VB
VA
SEL-311C RELAY
TC
(—)
Trip
Circuit
IA
OUT101
52A
Trip
(+)
Coil
(—)
Close
CC
Circuit
IB
OUT102
52B
Close
(+)
Coil
Breaker
86
(—)
Failure
IC
OUT103
86B
Trip
Lock
Scheme
(+)
Out
Comm.-
TX
(—)
Assisted
OUT104
IP
Trip
(+)
Scheme
52
ALARM
to Annunciator, RTU, or SEL
Communications Processor
(+)
VS
(—)
IN101
Breaker Status
NS
(+)
52A
(—)
Comm.-Assisted
Trip Scheme
IN102
LINE
(+)
RX
Forward Tripping Direction

Voltage Channel VS does not need to be connected. It is used only in voltage and synchronism check elements and voltage metering.

In this example, current Channel IP provides current polarization for a directional element used to control ground elements.

Figure 2.14

and Reclosing for a Transmission Line (Current-Polarization Source Connected to Channel IP)

SEL-311C Provides Distance and Overcurrent Protection

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SEL-311C Relay

LINE

2.18

Installation SEL-311C AC/DC Connection Diagrams for Various Applications

5252 TRANSFORMER BANK Forward Tripping Direction A B C N VC VB VA SEL-311C Relay
5252
TRANSFORMER BANK
Forward Tripping Direction
A
B
C
N
VC
VB
VA
SEL-311C Relay
Trip
TC
(–)
Circuit
IA
OUT101
Trip
52A
(+)
Coil
Close
CC
(–)
Circuit
OUT102
Close
52B
IB
(+)
Coil
Breaker
86
(–)
Failure
IC
OUT103
Lock
86B
Trip Circuit
(+)
Out
Comm.-
TX
(–)
Assisted
IP
OUT104
Trip Scheme
(+)
to Annunciator, RTU, or SEL
- - --
VS
Communications Processor
ALARM
(+)
NS
(–)
Breaker Status
IN101
(+)
Comm.-
52A
(–)
Assisted
IN102
Trip Scheme
(+)
RX

Use compensator distance elements for line protection through a delta-wye transformer. Voltage VS does not need to be connected.

Figure 2.15

SEL-311C Relay

SEL-311C Line Protection Through a Delta-Wye Transformer Using Compensator Distance Elements

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Circuit Board Connections

Installation Circuit Board Connections

2.19

Accessing the Relay Circuit Boards

! CAUTION
! CAUTION

The relay contains devices sensitive to Electrostatic Discharge (ESD). When working on the relay with the front panel removed, work surfaces and personnel must be properly grounded or equipment damage may result.

! DANGER
!
DANGER

Removal of this front panel exposes circuitry which may cause electrical shock that can result in injury or death.

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To change circuit board jumpers or replace the clock battery, refer to Figure 2.16 and Figure 2.17 and take the following steps.

Step 1.

De-energize the relay.

Step 2.

Remove any cables connected to serial ports on the front and rear panels.

Step 3.

Loosen the six front-panel screws (they remain attached to the front panel), and remove the relay front panel.

Each circuit board corresponds to a row of rear-panel terminal blocks or connectors and is affixed to a drawout tray.

Step 4.

Identify which drawout tray needs to be removed.

SEL-311C model 0311C00x has only a main board. Model 0311C01x has space for an extra I/O board below the main board.

Step 5.

Disconnect circuit board cables as necessary to allow the desired board and drawout tray to be removed.

Removal of the extra I/O board requires removal of the main board first.

a. Ribbon cables can be removed by pushing the extraction ears away from the connector.

b. The 6-conductor power cable can be removed by grasping the power connector wires and pulling away from the circuit board.

Step 6.

Grasp the drawout assembly of the board and pull the assembly from the relay chassis.

Step 7.

Locate the jumper(s) or battery to be changed (refer to Figure 2.16 and Figure 2.17).

Step 8.

Make the desired changes.

Note that the output contact jumpers are soldered in place.

Step 9.

When finished, slide the drawout assembly into the relay chassis.

Step 10. Reconnect the cables removed in Step 5.

Step 11. Replace the relay front-panel cover.

Step 12. Replace any cables previously connected to serial ports.

Step 13. Reenergize the relay.

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(EIA-232)(EIA-232)

SERIALSERIAL PORT 3 3PORT

J1J1

(EIA-232)(EIA-232)

SERIALSERIAL PORT 2PORT 2

PUSHBUTTONSPUSHBUTTONSLEDsLEDs

U46U46

(EIA-485)(EIA-485)

SERIALSERIAL PORT 1 1PORT

JMP21JMP21

AA

JMP22JMP22

AA

JMP24JMP24

AA

CONTACTSOUTPUT

OUTPUT CONTACTS

JMP25JMP25

AA

J10J10J8/J9J8/J9

JMP26JMP26

AA

JMP27JMP27

AA

CONNECTORCONNECTOR

JMP28JMP28

ANALOGANALOG

AA

JMP29JMP29

AA

2.20

Installation Circuit Board Connections

CCmm J7J7 R131R131 SERIALSERIAL PORT F FPORT (EIA-232)(EIA-232) ADJUSTLCD LCD CONTRAST CONTRAST ADJUST
CCmm
J7J7
R131R131
SERIALSERIAL
PORT F FPORT
(EIA-232)(EIA-232)
ADJUSTLCD
LCD CONTRAST
CONTRAST ADJUST

JMP1JMP1

JMP23JMP23

LCD CONTRAST CONTRAST ADJUST JMP1 JMP1 JMP23 JMP23 JMP6JMP6 AA BBCCDD B1B1 CLOCKCLOCK BATTERYBATTERY ALARM
JMP6JMP6 AA BBCCDD B1B1 CLOCKCLOCK BATTERYBATTERY
JMP6JMP6
AA
BBCCDD
B1B1
CLOCKCLOCK
BATTERYBATTERY

ALARMALARM

CONNECTORCONNECTOR

POWER-I/OPOWER-I/O

OUT107OUT107 OUT107

OUT106OUT106 OUT106

OUT105OUT105 OUT105

OUT104OUT104 OUT104

OUT103OUT103 OUT103

OUT102OUT102 OUT102

OUT101OUT101 OUT101

Figure 2.16

Jumper, Connector, and Major Component Locations on the SEL-311C Main Board

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2.21

JMP17JMP17 OUT212OUT212 JMP18JMP18 OUT211OUT211 JMP19JMP19 OUT210OUT210 CONTACTSOUTPUT OUTPUT CONTACTS JMP20JMP20
JMP17JMP17
OUT212OUT212
JMP18JMP18
OUT211OUT211
JMP19JMP19
OUT210OUT210
CONTACTSOUTPUT
OUTPUT CONTACTS
JMP20JMP20
OUT209OUT209
JMP21JMP21
OPTOISOLATED INPUTSOPTOISOLATED INPUTS
OUT208OUT208
JMP22JMP22
OUT207OUT207
BB
BB
BB
BB
BB
BB
BB
BB
BB
BB
BB
BB
JMP23JMP23
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
OUT206OUT206
JMP24JMP24
OUT205OUT205
JMP25JMP25
OUT204OUT204
JMP26JMP26
OUT203OUT203
JMP27JMP27
CONNECTORPOWER
POWER - - I/O I/O CONNECTOR
OUT202OUT202
JMP28JMP28
OUT201OUT201

Figure 2.17

Jumper, Connector, and Major Component Locations on the SEL-311C Extra I/O Board

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2.22

Installation Circuit Board Connections

+ - + - + - + - + - + - + - +
+
-
+ -
+ -
+ -
+ -
+ -
+ -
+ -
R49
R50
R51
R52
R53
R54
R55
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
R56
K2K1
K4K3
K6K5
K7
R57
Q8
Optoisolated Inputs (8)
A
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
T7
B
K8
R58
R59
T8
R60
R61
Output Contacts (8)
R62
(Fast High Current Interrupting)
R63
R64
J4
JMP17
CR1
CR2
CR3
CR4
CR5
CR6
CR7
CR8

Figure 2.18

SEL-311C Relay

Interface Board 5 Component Layout

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K1 Only, All Others Are Fixed as "a" Contacts

Operation

Contact closes when asserted

Contact opens when asserted

Solder Jumper Position

A

B

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Output Contact Jumpers

Installation Circuit Board Connections

2.23

Table 2.2 shows the correspondence between output contact jumpers and the output contacts they control. The referenced figures show the exact location and correspondence. With a jumper in the A position, the corresponding output contact is an a type output contact. An a type output contact is closed when the associated SELOGIC ® control equation is asserted, and open when the associated SELOGIC equation is deasserted. With a jumper in the B position, the corresponding output contact is a b type output contact. A b type output contact is closed when the associated SELOGIC equation is deasserted, and open when the associated SELOGIC equation is asserted. These jumpers are soldered in place.

In Figure 2.16, note that the ALARM output contact is a b type output contact and the other output contacts are all a type output contacts. This is how these jumpers are configured in a standard relay shipment. Refer to Figure 7.27 and Figure 7.28 for examples of output contact operation for different output contact types.

Table 2.2

Output Contact Jumpers and Corresponding Output Contacts

SEL-311C

Output

Corresponding

Reference

Model Number

Contact Jumpers

Output Contacts

Figures

0311C00x and 0311C01x

JMP21–JMP29

ALARMOUT101

Figure 2.16

(but not JMP23)

0311C01x

JMP17–JMP28

OUT212OUT201

Figure 2.17

“Extra Alarm” Output Contact Control Jumper

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All the SEL-311C Relays have dedicated alarm output contacts (labeled ALARM—see Figure 2.2, Figure 2.3, and Figure 2.8). Often more than one alarm output contact is needed for such applications as local or remote annunciation, backup schemes, etc.

Convert the output contact adjacent to the dedicated ALARM output contact to operate as an “extra alarm” output contact by moving jumper JMP23 on the main board (see Table 2.3).

With the jumper in one position, the output contact operates regularly. With the jumper in the other position, the output contact is driven by the same signal that operates the dedicated ALARM output contact (see Table 2.3).

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Installation Circuit Board Connections

Table 2.3

Move Jumper JMP 23 to Select Extra Alarm

Position

Output Contact OUT107 Operation

JMP23

(3) (2) (1)
(3)
(2)
(1)

Output contact OUT107 is operated by Relay Word bit OUT107. Jumper JMP23 comes in this position in a standard relay shipment (see Figure 7.27).

“Extra Alarm” output contact is operated

 
  (3) (2) by alarm logic/circuitry. Relay Word bit OUT107 does not have any effect on

(3)

(2)

by alarm logic/circuitry. Relay Word bit OUT107 does not have any effect on output contact OUT107 when jumper JMP23 is in this position (see Figure 7.27).

JMP23

(1)

JMP23 (1)

If an output contact is operating as an “extra alarm” (driven by the same signal that operates the dedicated ALARM output contact), it will be in the opposite state of the dedicated ALARM output contact in a standard relay shipment. In a standard relay shipment, the dedicated ALARM output contact comes as a b type output contact and all the other output contacts (including the “extra alarm”) come as a type output contacts.

The output contact type for any output contact can be changed (see Output Contact Jumpers on page 2.23). Thus, the dedicated ALARM output contact and the “extra alarm” output contact can be configured as the same output contact type if desired (e.g., both can be configured as b type output contacts).

Password and Breaker Jumpers

Table 2.4

Password and Breaker Jumper Operation

Jumper

Jumper Position

Function

Password JMP6-A

ON

Disable password protection a for serial ports and front panel.

(in place)

OFF (removed/not in place)

Enable password protection a for serial ports and front panel. Passwords are enabled in a standard relay shipment.

Breaker JMP6-B

ON

Enable serial port commands OPEN, CLOSE, and PULSE b . These commands are disabled in a standard relay shipment.

(in place)

OFF (removed/not in place)

Disable serial port commands OPEN, CLOSE, and PULSE b . These commands are disabled in a standard relay shipment.

a View or set the passwords with the PASSWORD command (see Section 10: Serial Port Communications and Commands).

b The OPEN, CLOSE, and PULSE commands are used primarily to assert output contacts for circuit breaker control or testing purposes (see Section 10: Serial Port Communications and Commands).

Note that JMP6 in Figure 2.16 has multiple jumpers A through D. Jumpers A and B are used (see Table 2.4). Since jumpers C and D are not used, the positions (ON or OFF) of jumpers C and D are of no consequence.

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EIA-232 Serial Port Voltage Jumpers

Installation Circuit Board Connections

2.25

The jumpers listed in Table 2.5 connect or disconnect +5 Vdc to Pin 1 on the corresponding EIA 232 serial ports. The +5 Vdc is rated at 0.5 A maximum for each port. See Table 10.1 in Section 10: Serial Port Communications and Commands for EIA-232 serial port pin functions.

In a standard relay shipment, the jumpers are “OFF” (removed/not in place) so that the +5 Vdc is not connected to Pin 1 on the corresponding EIA-232 serial ports. Put the jumpers “ON” (in place) so that the +5 Vdc is connected to Pin 1 on the corresponding EIA-232 serial ports.

Table 2.5

Jumper Positions for Standard Relay Shipments

EIA-232 Serial Port Voltage

 

EIA-232

EIA-232

 

SEL-311C

Model Number

Serial Port 2 (rear panel)

Serial Port 3 (rear panel)

Reference Figure

0311C00x

JMP2 = OFF

JMP1 = OFF

Figure 2.16

0311C01x

Condition of Acceptability for North American Product Safety Compliance

To meet product safety compliance for end-use applications in North America, use an external fused rated 3 A or less in-line with the +5 Vdc source on Pin 1. SEL fiber-optic transceivers include a fuse that meets this requirement.

Clock Battery ! CAUTION
Clock Battery
! CAUTION

There is danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with Ray-O-Vac ® no. BR2335 or equivalent recommended by manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

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Refer to Figure 2.16 for clock battery B1 location. This lithium battery powers the relay clock (date and time) if the external power source is lost or removed. The battery is a 3 V lithium coin cell, Ray-O-Vac ® No. BR2335 or equivalent. At room temperature (25°C), the battery will nominally operate for 10 years with power removed from the relay.

If external power is lost or disconnected, the battery powers the clock. When the relay is powered from an external source, the battery only experiences a low self-discharge rate. Thus, battery life can extend well beyond the nominal 10 years because the battery rarely has to discharge after the relay is installed. The battery cannot be recharged.

If the relay does not maintain the date and time after power loss, replace the battery. Follow the instructions in Accessing the Relay Circuit Boards on page 2.19 to remove the relay main board. Remove the battery from beneath the clip and install a new one. The positive side (+) of the battery faces up. Reassemble the relay as described in Accessing the Relay Circuit Boards. Set the relay date and time via serial communications port or front panel (see Section 10: Serial Port Communications and Commands or Section 11: Front- Panel Interface (Only on Models With LCD)).

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