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Voltage regulator TAPCON® 260 Operating Instructions 1801003/04 Protocol description for IEC 61850
Voltage regulator TAPCON® 260
Operating Instructions 1801003/04
Protocol description for IEC 61850

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Table of Contents Table of Contents 1 Introducti on 9 1.1 Manufacturer 9 1.2 Subject to

1

Introduction

9

1.1 Manufacturer

9

1.2 Subject to change without notice

9

1.3 Completeness

9

1.4 Supporting documents

10

1.5 Safekeeping

10

1.6 Notation conventions

10

1.6.1 Abbreviations used

11

1.6.2 Hazard communication system

12

1.6.3 Information system

13

2 Safety

15

2.1 General safety information

15

2.2 Appropriate use

15

2.3 Inappropriate use

16

2.4 Personnel qualification

16

2.5 Operator duty of care

16

3 Product description

19

3.1 Performance features

21

3.2 Relay of the signals via IEC 61850

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Table of Contents 3.2.1 LLN0 - Logical node 22 3.2.2 LPHD - Physical device 23

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3.2.1 LLN0 - Logical node

22

3.2.2 LPHD - Physical device

23

3.2.3 LPHD - Physical device

24

3.2.4 GGIO1 - IO card inputs

27

3.2.5 GGIO2 - UC1 card inputs

28

3.2.6 GGIO3 - UC2 card inputs

29

3.2.7 GGIO4 - UC3 card inputs (optional)

30

3.2.8 YLTC1 - On-load tap-changer control/monitoring (optional)

32

3.2.9 YPTR - Transformer (optional)

33

3.3 Operating modes

35

3.4 Scope of delivery

35

3.5 Hardware description

36

3.5.1 Internal design

37

3.5.2 Communication

Interfaces

37

3.6 Operation and indicator elements

42

3.6.1 Operating concept

43

3.6.2 Description of the display

44

3.6.3 Description of key functions

46

3.6.4 Description of LEDs

47

4 Packaging, Transport and Storage

4.1 Packaging

49

49

4.1.1 Purpose

49

4.1.2 Suitability, structure and production

49

4.1.3 Markings

50

4.2 Transportation, receipt and handling of shipments

50

4.3 Storage of shipments

51

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5 Mounting

Table of Contents 5 Mounti ng 53 5.1 Unpacking 53 5.2 Mounting 53 5.3 Connection 54

53

5.1 Unpacking

53

5.2 Mounting

53

5.3 Connection

54

5.3.1 Cable recommendation for standard connections

54

5.3.2 Cable recommendation for optional connections

55

5.3.3 Electromagnetic compatibility

55

5.3.4 Connecting lines to the system periphery

62

5.3.5 Voltage regulator power supply

63

5.3.6 Wiring the voltage regulator

63

5.4 Function check

6 Commissioning

6.1 Configuration

64

65

65

6.1.1 Setting the language

65

6.1.2 Selecting the control mode

66

6.1.3 Controlling remote tap position indicator with BCD signal

67

6.2 Function tests

69

6.2.1 Function tests for control functions

69

6.2.2 Function tests for additional functions

71

6.2.3 Function tests for parallel operation

74

7 Functions and settings

7.1 Key lock

79

79

7.1.1 Activating key lock

79

7.1.2 Deactivating key lock

79

7.2 NORMset

7.2.1 Entering NORMset desired value 1

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7.2.2 Setting the primary voltage

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7.2.3 Setting the secondary voltage

84

7.3 Parameters

85

7.3.1 Setting control parameters

85

7.3.2 Setting desired value 1

86

7.3.3 Setting desired value 2

87

7.3.4 Setting desired value 3

88

7.3.5 Bandwidth

89

7.3.6 Setting delay time T1

93

7.3.7 Setting control response T1

95

7.3.8 Activating/deactivating delay time T2

96

7.3.9 Setting delay time T2

97

7.3.10 Limit values

97

7.3.11 Abnormal control response

107

7.3.12 Compensation

111

7.3.13 Cross-monitoring

120

7.4 Configuration

129

7.4.1 Transformer data

129

7.4.2 General

138

7.4.3 Parallel operation

151

7.4.4 Configuring analog inputs

162

7.4.5 LED selection

170

7.4.6 Configuring transducer function

173

7.4.7 Configuring measured value memory function (optional)

179

7.4.8 Communication interface SID

196

7.5 Info

201

7.5.1 Carrying out LED test

203

7.5.2 Querying status

204

7.5.3 Resetting parameters

206

7.5.4 Displaying

real-time clock

206

7.5.5 Displaying parallel operation

206

7.5.6 Displaying data on CAN bus

207

7.5.7 Displaying measured value memory

209

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Table of Contents 7.5.8 Displaying peak memory 209 7.5.9 Displaying CIC1 card SCADA inform ation 210

7.5.8 Displaying peak memory

209

7.5.9 Displaying CIC1 card SCADA information

210

7.5.10 Displaying CIC2 card SCADA information

211

7.5.11 Displaying upcoming messages

212

8 Interface description for IEC 61850 protocol

213

8.1 Physical connection

213

8.2 Device-specific data points for TAPCON® 260

213

8.3 Downloading the ICD file

214

9 Fault elimination

9.1 Operating faults

215

215

9.1.1 No control in AUTO mode

215

9.1.2 Man Machine Interface

216

9.1.3 Incorrect measured values

217

9.1.4 Parallel operation faults

218

9.1.5 Tap position capture incorrect

219

9.1.6 Digital inputs

220

9.1.7 General fault

220

9.1.8 No solution

220

9.2 Event message

10 Technical Data

222

223

10.1 Indicator elements

223

10.2 Electrical data

223

10.3 Inputs and outputs

223

10.4 Dimensions and weight

224

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Table of Contents 10.5 Voltage and current measurement 225 10.6 Ambient conditions 225 10.7 Tests

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10.5 Voltage and current measurement

225

10.6 Ambient conditions

225

10.7 Tests

225

10.7.1 Electrical safety

225

10.7.2 EMC tests

226

10.7.3 Environmental durability tests

226

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1 Introduction

1

Introduction

1 Introduction 1 Introduction This technical file contains detailed descriptions on the safe and proper mounting,

This technical file contains detailed descriptions on the safe and proper mounting, connection, commissioning and monitoring of the product.

It also includes safety instructions and general information about the product.

This technical file is intended solely for specially trained and authorized per- sonnel.

1.1 Manufacturer

The product is manufactured by:

Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen GmbH Falkensteinstraße 8 93059 Regensburg Tel.: (+49) 9 41/40 90-0 Fax: (+49) 9 41/40 90-7001 E-Mail: sales@reinhausen.com

Further information on the product and copies of this technical file are availa- ble from this address if required.

1.2 Subject to change without notice

The information contained in this technical file comprise the technical specifi- cations approved at the time of printing. Significant modifications will be in- cluded in a new edition of the technical file.

The document and version numbers of this technical file are shown in the footer.

1.3 Completeness

This technical file is incomplete without the supporting documentation.

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1.4 Supporting documents The following documents apply to this product: 1 Introduction  Operating instructions

1.4 Supporting documents

The following documents apply to this product:

1 Introduction

Operating instructions

Quick reference guide

Connection diagrams

In addition, generally applicable legal and other binding regulations of Euro- pean and national law and the regulations for accident prevention and envi- ronmental protection in force in the country of use must be complied with.

1.5 Safekeeping

This technical file and all supporting documents must be kept ready to hand and accessible for future use at all times.

1.6 Notation conventions

This section contains an overview of the abbreviations, symbols and textual emphasis used.

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1.6.1 Abbreviations used

1 Introduction 1.6.1 Abbreviations used Abbreviation Definition °C Degrees Celcius A Ampere AC

Abbreviation

Definition

°C

Degrees Celcius

A

Ampere

AC

Alternating Current

B

Bandwidth

BCD

Binary Coded Decimal

ca.

circa

CAN

Regulator Area Network

CIC

Communication Interface Card

CPU

Central Processing Unit

CT

Current Transformer

DC

Direct Current

DIN

Deutsches Institut für Normung (German Institute for Standardization)

DNP

Distributed Network Protocol

EMC

Electromagnetic compatibility

ESC

Escape

Hz

Hertz

I

Current

IEC

International Electrotechnical Commission

IP

Internet Protocol

kBaud

Kilobaud

kg

Kilogram

kV

Kilovolt

LDC

Line Drop Compensation

LED

Light Emitting Diode

Fiber-optic cable

Fiber-optic cable

max.

maximum

MB

Megabyte

MR

Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen

MHz

Megahertz

min.

minimum

mm

Millimeter

ms

Millisecond

N

Neutral

PH

Phase

Phi (φ)

Phase angle

ppm

Parts per million

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1 Introduction Abbreviation Definition s Second SCADA Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition T

1 Introduction

Abbreviation

Definition

s

Second

SCADA

Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition

T

Time

TCP

 

Transmission Control Protocol

V

Voltage

V

Act

Actual voltage

V

Ref

Reference voltage

V

Volt

VT

 

Voltage Transformer

Table 1

Abbreviations used

1.6.2 Hazard communication system

Warnings in this technical file use the following format:

DANGER!

in this technical file use the following format: DANGER! Danger Consequences ► Action ► Action The

Danger

Consequences

Action

Action

The following signal words are used:

Signal word

Hazard level

Consequence of failure to comply

Danger

Immediate threat of danger

Death or serious injury could occur

Warning

Possible threat of danger

Death or serious injury could occur

Attention

Possible dangerous situation

Minor or moderate injury could oc- cur

Note

Possible dangerous situation

Damage to property could occur

Table 2

Signal words in warning notices

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Pictograms warn of dangers:

Picto

Meaning

gram

Danger

Danger

Dangerous electrical voltage

Dangerous electrical voltage

Fire hazard

Fire hazard

Danger of tipping

Danger of tipping

Table 3

Symbols used in warning notices

1.6.3 Information system

Information is designed to simplify and improve understanding of particular procedures. In this technical file they are laid out as follows:

Important information

Important information

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2 Safety

2

Safety

2.1 General safety information

2 Safety 2 Safety 2.1 General safety information This technical file contains detailed descriptions on the

This technical file contains detailed descriptions on the safe and proper mounting, connection, commissioning and monitoring of the product.

Read this technical file through carefully to familiarize yourself with the prod- uct.

Particular attention should be paid to the information given in this chapter.

2.2 Appropriate use

The product and associated equipment and special tools supplied with it comply with the relevant legislation, regulations and standards, particularly health and safety requirements, applicable at the time of delivery.

If used as intended and in compliance with the specified requirements and conditions in this technical file as well as the warning notices in this technical file and attached to the product, then the product does not present any ha- zards to people, property or the environment. This applies throughout the product's full life, from delivery through installation and operation to disas- sembly and disposal.

The operational quality assurance system ensures a consistently high quality standard, particularly in regard to the observance of health and safety re- quirements.

Use is considered to be appropriate if

the product is operated in accordance with this technical file and the agreed delivery conditions and technical data, and

the associated equipment and special tools supplied with it are used solely for the intended purpose and in accordance with the specifications of this technical file.

the product is used only with the transformer specified in the order.

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2.3 Inappropriate use 2 Safety Use is considered to be inappropriate if the product is

2.3 Inappropriate use

2 Safety

Use is considered to be inappropriate if the product is used other than as de- scribed in Appropriate use on page 15.

Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen does not accept liability for damage resulting from unauthorized or inappropriate changes to the product. Inappropriate changes to the product without consultation with Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen can lead to personal injury, damage to property and operational disruption.

2.4 Personnel qualification

The product is designed solely for use in electrical energy systems and facili- ties operated by appropriately trained staff. This staff comprises people who are familiar with the installation, assembly, commissioning and operation of such products.

2.5 Operator duty of care

To prevent accidents, disruptions and damages as well as unacceptable ad- verse effects on the environment, those responsible for transport, installation, operation, maintenance and disposal of the product or parts of the product must ensure the following:

All warning and hazard notices are complied with.

Personnel are instructed regularly in all relevant aspects of operational safety, the operating instructions and particularly the safety instructions contained therein.

Regulations and operating instructions for safe working as well as the re- levant instructions for staff procedures in the case of accidents and fires are kept on hand at all times and are displayed in the workplace where applicable.

The product is only used when in a sound operational condition and safety equipment in particular is checked regularly for operational reliabil- ity.

Only replacement parts, lubricants and auxiliary materials which are au- thorized by the manufacturer are used.

The specified operating conditions and requirements of the installation location are complied with.

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2 Safety  All necessary devices and personal prot ective equipment for each activity are made

All necessary devices and personal protective equipment for each activity are made available.

The prescribed maintenance intervals and the relevant regulations are complied with.

Fitting, electrical connection and commissioning of the product may only be carried out by qualified and trained personnel in accordance with this technical file.

The operator must ensure appropriate use of the product.

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3 Product description

3 Product description

3 Product description 3 Product description The voltage regulator serves to keep co nstant the output

The voltage regulator serves to keep constant the output voltage of a trans- former with an on-load tap-changer.

To do this, the voltage regulator compares the transformer's measured output voltage (V actual ) with a defined reference voltage (V reference ). The difference be- tween V actual and V desired is the control deviation (dV).

If the control deviation is greater than the specified bandwidth (B%), the vol- tage regulator emits a switching pulse after a defined delay time T1. The switching pulse triggers an on-load tap-changer tap change which corrects the transformer's output voltage.

The voltage regulator parameters can be optimally adjusted to the line voltage behavior to achieve a balanced control response with a small number of on-load tap-changer operations.

The following diagram (on page 20) shows an overview of voltage regulation.

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3 Product description Figure 1 Overview of voltage regulation 20 TAPCON® 260 1801003/04 EN ©

3 Product description

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Figure 1

Overview of voltage regulation

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3.1 Performance features

3 Product description 3.1 Performance features The voltage regulator is responsible for controlling tapped transformers.

The voltage regulator is responsible for controlling tapped transformers.

Apart from control tasks, the voltage regulator provides additional functions such as:

Integrated protective functions:

Undervoltage and overcurrent blocking

Overvoltage detection with high-speed return

Line drop compensation

Z compensation to compensate for voltage fluctuations in the meshed grid

Digital inputs and outputs which can be individually programmed on-site by the user

Additional indicators using LEDs outside the display for freely selectable functions

Display of all measured values such as voltage, current, active power, apparent power or reactive power, cos φ

Cable connection using modern plug terminals

Selection of 3 different desired values

When ordering you can choose between tap position capture using

analog signal 4…20 mA

analog signal via resistor contact series

digital signal via BCD code

Additional digital inputs and outputs which can be freely parameterized by the customer

Parallel operation of up to 16 transformers in 2 groups using the methods

Master / Follower

Circulating reactive current minimization

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3 Product description 3.2 Relay of the signals via IEC 61850 The following signals are

3 Product description

3.2 Relay of the signals via IEC 61850

The following signals are relayed via IEC 61850.

3.2.1 LLN0 - Logical node

 

LLN0 class

Attribute

Attribute

 

Extra

     

name

type

Explanation

attribute

used

T

M/O

Common logical node information

 

Mod

INC

Mode

N

Y

 

M

Beh

INS

Behavior

N

Y

 

M

Health

INS

Health

N

Y

 

M

NamPlt

LPL

Name plate

N

Y

 

M

Loc

SPS

Local operation for complete logi- cal device

N

N

 

O

EEHealth

INS

External equipment health

N

N

 

O

EEName

DPL

External equipment name plate

N

N

 

O

OpCntRs

INC

Operation counter resettable

N

N

 

O

OpCnt

INS

Operation counter

N

N

 

O

OpTmh

INS

Operation time

N

N

 

O

Controls

Diag

SPC

Run diagnostics

N

N

 

O

LEDRs

SPC

LED reset

N

N

T

O

Table 4

IEC 61850 data points (LLNO - Logical node)

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3.2.2 LPHD - Physical device

3 Product description 3.2.2 LPHD - Physical device   LPHD class (LPHD1) Attribute Attribute   Extra
 

LPHD class (LPHD1)

Attribute

Attribute

 

Extra

     

name

type

Explanation

attribute

used

T

M/O

PhyNam

DPL

Physical device name plate

N

Y

 

M

PhyHealth

INS

Physical device health

N

Y

 

M

OutOv

SPS

Output communications buffer overflow

N

N

 

O

Proxy

SPS

Indicates if this LN is a proxy

N

Y

 

M

InOv

SPS

Input communications buffer overflow

N

N

 

O

NumPwrUp

INS

Number of power ups

N

N

 

O

WrmStr

INS

Number of warm starts

N

N

 

O

WacTrg

INS

Number of watchdog device resets detected

N

N

 

O

PwrUp

SPS

Power up detected

N

N

 

O

PwrDn

SPS

Power down detected

N

N

 

O

PwrSupAlm

SPS

External power supply alarm

N

N

 

O

RsStat

SPC

Reset device statistics

N

N

T

O

Table 5

IEC 61850 data points (LPHD - Physical device)

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3.2.3 LPHD - Physical device 3 Product description   ATCC class (ATCC1) Attribute Attribute  

3.2.3 LPHD - Physical device

3 Product description

 

ATCC class (ATCC1)

Attribute

Attribute

 

Extra

     

name

type

Explanation

attribute

used

T

M/O

Common logical node information

 

Mod

INC

Mode

N

Y

 

M

Beh

INS

Behavior

N

Y

 

M

Health

INS

Health

N

Y

 

M

NamPlt

LPL

Name plate

N

Y

 

M

Loc

SPS

Local operation

N

Y

 

O

EEHealth

INS

External equipment health

N

N

 

O

EEName

DPL

External equipment name plate

N

N

 

O

OpCntRs

INC

Resettable operation counter

N

N

 

O

OpCnt

INS

Operation counter

N

N

 

O

OpTmh

INS

Operation time

N

N

 

O

Controls

TapChg

BSC

Change tap position (stop, high- er, lower)

N

Y

 

C

TapPos

ISC

Tap position

N

N

 

C

ParOp

DPC

Parallel/Independent operation

N

Y

 

M

LTCBlk

SPC

Block (inhibit) automatic control of LTC

N

Y

 

O

LTCDragRs

SPC

Reset LTC drag hands

N

N

T

O

VRed1

SPC

Voltage reduction step 1

N

N

 

O

VRed2

SPC

Voltage reduction step 2

N

N

 

O

Measured values

 

CtlV

MV

Control voltage

N

Y

 

M

LodA

MV

Load current (total transformer secondary current)

N

Y

 

O

CircA

MV

Circulating current

N

N

 

O

PhAng

MV

Phase angle of LodA relative to CtlV at 1.0 power factor, FPF

N

N

 

O

Metered values

 

HiCtlV

MV

Highest control voltage

N

N

 

O

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3 Product description   ATCC class (ATCC1) Attribute Attribute   Extra       name
 

ATCC class (ATCC1)

Attribute

Attribute

 

Extra

     

name

type

Explanation

attribute

used

T

M/O

LoCtlV

MV

Lowest control voltage

N

N

 

O

HiDmdA

MV

High current demand (load cur- rent demand)

N

N

 

O

Status information

 

Auto

SPS

Automatic/manual operation

N

Y

 

O

HiTapPos

INS

High tap position

N

N

 

O

LoTapPos

INS

Low tap position

N

N

 

O

Settings

BndCtr

ASG

Band center voltage (FPF pre- sumed)

N

Y

 

O

   

Band width voltage (as voltage or

       

BndWid

ASG

percent of nominal voltage, FPF presumed)

N

Y

O

CtlDlTmms

ING

Control intentional time delay (FPF presumed)

N

Y

 

O

LDCR

ASG

Line drop voltage due to line re- sistance component

N

Y

 

O

LDCX

ASG

Line drop voltage due to line re- sistance component

N

Y

 

O

BlkLV

ASG

Control voltage below which auto lower commands blocked

N

Y

 

O

BlkRV

ASG

Control voltage above which auto raise commands blocked

N

N

 

O

RnbkRV

ASG

Runback raise voltage

N

N

 

O

LimLodA

ASG

Limit load current (LTC block load current)

N

Y

 

O

LDC

SPG

Line drop compensation is R&X or Z model

N

Y

 

O

TmDlChr

SPG

Time delay linear or inverse cha- racteristic

N

Y

 

O

LDCZ

ASG

Line drop voltage due to line total impedance

N

Y

 

O

   

Reduction of band center (per-

       

VRedVal

ASG

centage) when voltage step 1 is active

N

N

O

   

Tap position of load tap changer

       

TapBlkR

ING

where automatic raise commands are blocked.

N

Y

O

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3 Product description   ATCC class (ATCC1) Attribute Attribute   Extra       name

3 Product description

 

ATCC class (ATCC1)

Attribute

Attribute

 

Extra

     

name

type

Explanation

attribute

used

T

M/O

TapBlkL

ING

Tap position of load tap changer where automatic lower com- mands are blocked.

N

Y

 

O

Extra attributes

 

CirCur

SPC

Circulating reactive current (pa- rallel control)

Y

Y

 

O

Master

SPC

Master mode (parallel control)

Y

Y

 

O

Follower

SPC

Follower mode (parallel control)

Y

Y

 

O

SICmd1

SPC

Serial interface command 1

Y

Y

 

O

SICmd2

SPC

Serial interface command 2

Y

Y

 

O

SICmd3

SPC

Serial interface command 3

Y

Y

 

O

VoltLvl1

SPC

Voltage level 1

Y

Y

 

O

VoltLvl2

SPC

Voltage level 2

Y

Y

 

O

VoltLvl3

SPC

Voltage level 3

Y

Y

 

O

OverV

SPS

Voltage high limit reached

Y

Y

 

O

UnderV

SPS

Voltage low limit reached

Y

Y

 

O

OverC

SPS

Current overload

Y

Y

 

O

MotDrv

SPS

Motor drive running

Y

Y

 

O

UInd1

SPS

User indication 1

Y

Y

 

O

Uind2

SPS

User indication 2

Y

Y

 

O

Uind3

SPS

User indication 3

Y

Y

 

O

Uind4

SPS

User indication 4

Y

Y

 

O

FuncMon

SPS

Function monitoring

Y

Y

 

O

ParErr

SPS

Parameter error

Y

Y

 

O

Table 6

IEC 61850 data points (ATCC - Voltage regulation)

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3.2.4 GGIO1 - IO card inputs

3 Product description 3.2.4 GGIO1 - IO card inputs   GGIO class (GGIO1) Attribute Attribute  
 

GGIO class (GGIO1)

Attribute

Attribute

 

Extra

     

name

type

Explanation

attribute

used

T

M/O

Common logical node information

 

Mod

INC

Mode

N

Y

 

M

Beh

INS

Behavior

N

Y

 

M

Health

INS

Health

N

Y

 

M

NamPlt

LPL

Name plate

N

Y

 

M

EEHealth

INS

External equipment health

N

N

 

O

EEName

DPL

External equipment name plate

N

N

 

O

Loc

SPS

Local operation

N

N

 

O

OpCntRs

INC

Operation counter resettable

N

N

 

O

OpCnt

INS

Operation counter

N

N

 

O

Measured values

 

AnIn

MV

Analogue input

N

N

 

O

Controls

SPCSO

SPC

Single point controllable status output

N

N

 

O

DPCSO

DPC

Double point controllable status output

N

N

 

O

ISCSO

INC

Integer status controllable status output

N

N

 

O

Status information

 

IntIn

INS

Integer status input

N

N

 

O

Alm

SPS

General single alarm

N

N

 

O

Ind

SPS

General indication (binary input)

N

N

 

O

Extra attributes

 

Ind1

SPS

IO X1:31

Y

Y

 

O

Ind2

SPS

IO X1:33

Y

Y

 

O

Table 7

IEC 61850 data points (GGIO1 - IO card inputs)

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3.2.5 GGIO2 - UC1 card inputs 3 Product description   GGIO class (GGIO2) Attribute Attribute

3.2.5 GGIO2 - UC1 card inputs

3 Product description

 

GGIO class (GGIO2)

Attribute

Attribute

 

Extra

     

name

type

Explanation

attribute

used

T

M/O

Common logical node information

 

Mod

INC

Mode

N

Y

 

M

Beh

INS

Behavior

N

Y

 

M

Health

INS

Health

N

Y

 

M

NamPlt

LPL

Name plate

N

Y

 

M

EEHealth

INS

External equipment health

N

N

 

O

EEName

DPL

External equipment name plate

N

N

 

O

Loc

SPS

Local operation

N

N

 

O

OpCntRs

INC

Operation counter resettable

N

N

 

O

OpCnt

INS

Operation counter

N

N

 

O

Measured values

 

AnIn

MV

Analogue input

N

N

 

O

Controls

SPCSO

SPC

Single point controllable status output

N

N

 

O

DPCSO

DPC

Double point controllable status output

N

N

 

O

ISCSO

INC

Integer status controllable status output

N

N

 

O

Status information

 

IntIn

INS

Integer status input

N

N

 

O

Alm

SPS

General single alarm

N

N

 

O

Ind

SPS

General indication (binary input)

N

N

 

O

Extra attributes

 

Ind1

SPS

UC1 X1:11

Y

Y

 

O

Ind2

SPS

UC1 X1:12

Y

Y

 

O

Ind3

SPS

UC1 X1:14

Y

Y

 

O

Ind4

SPS

UC1 X1:15

Y

Y

 

O

Ind5

SPS

UC1 X1:16

Y

Y

 

O

Ind6

SPS

UC1 X1:17

Y

Y

 

O

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3 Product description   GGIO class (GGIO2) Attribute Attribute   Extra       name
 

GGIO class (GGIO2)

Attribute

Attribute

 

Extra

     

name

type

Explanation

attribute

 

used

T

M/O

Ind7

SPS

UC1 X1:30

Y

Y

 

O

Ind8

SPS

UC1 X1:31

Y

Y

 

O

Ind9

SPS

UC1 X1:32

Y

Y

 

O

Ind10

SPS

UC1 X1:33

Y

Y

 

O

Table 8

IEC 61850 data points (GGIO2 - UC1 card inputs)

 

3.2.6

GGIO3 - UC2 card inputs

 

GGIO class (GGIO3)

Attribute

Attribute

 

Extra at-

use

   

name

type

Explanation

tribute

d

T

M/O

Common logical node information

 

Mod