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NARI Nanjing Sino-German Protection & Substation Control Systems Ltd.

NSP783

Motor Protection and Monitoring Device Technical Manual

Nanjing Sino-German Protection & Substation Control Systems Ltd

July, 2006

* This manual is suitable for NSP783 V3.23 and higher version program

* Small changes towards this manual or products in the future will occur, please check whether the actual product conforms to the version of manual

* Reprinting and duplication is prohibited, 3rd version and 1st print in Nanjing, July, 2006

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1 Introduction

NSP783 motor protection and monitoring device (hereinafter referred to as device) is suitable for 3-10kV asynchronous motor, which can be combined together or installed at the switch cabinet. The device is equipped with strong protection & monitoring function.The high-precision data acquisition system can reliably gather external switch-in electric quantity such as Ua, Ub, UC, 3U o , terminal measurement Ia, Ib, Ic, protection Ia, Ib, Ic, 3I0, and calculate the electric quantity information such as Uab, Ubc, Uca, I1, I2, P, Q, COS, Wp+, Wp-, Wq+, Wq- and F as input of each logic function; 21-way binary input and 2-way pulse can be gathered. The device is equipped with operation circuit. The maximal configuration for protection and auto-control function of device is as follows:

Two-stage phase over-current protection (the start_up value of each stage can be changed into one

bigger setting value when motor is started, to avoid starting current of motor) Sensitive earth protection/two-stage zero sequence over-current protection

Under-voltage protection

Over-voltage protection

Over-load protection (two-stage time limitted over load and one-stage inverse time limitted overload)

Four-way external trip

Negative sequence over-current protection (two-stage time limitted negative sequence over-current

protection and one-stage inverse time limitted negative sequence over-current protection) Rotor-locked protection

Over starting time protection

Thermal overload protection

Reverse interlocking

TV circuit supervision The functions above can be configured flexibly in practical situations, the setting value interface is

concise and clear, and the spot debugging & maintenance is very convenient. Features of device:

The core of hardware platform is high performance 32-bit DSP+ARM dual processor which is reliable

and high efficiency Large friendly LCD, localized human-computer interface, operation is convenient

The operation process of protection and auto-control function is clear, the information record is complete with continual fault record mode, the total length for fault record is 25 second, and it offers complete accident recall information

4 sets of setting values can be copied and calibrated conveniently which are used for change of

operation mode Offer the debugging & analytical software Ncp-manager based on WINDOWS interface, which can

greatly enhance the efficiency of debugging calibration and implement analysis of accident and fault record The output can be configured by each protection and control flexibly, which is implemented by software

logic array 3 fast Ethernet can be offered as automatic communication interface; and dual 485 communication interface can also be offered

Several clock synchronization modes: clock synchronization by communication, clock synchronization by pulse per minute and clock synchronization by IRIG-B encoding

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2 Technical parameters

2.1 Rated parameters

2.1.1 Rated DC voltage: 220V or 110V, allowable deviation -20%+20%.

2.1.2 Rated AC data

a) AC voltage: 100V.

b) AC current: 5A or 1A.

c) Rated frequency: 50Hz.

2.1.3 Power consumption

a) AC circuit: no greater than 20W in normal operation, no greater than 25W when device operates

b) AC voltage circuit: Each phase is no greater than 0.5VA

c) AC current circuit: each phase is no greater than 1.0VA when rated current is 5A; each phase is no

greater than 0.5VA when rated current is 1A.

2.1.4 Binary quantity, pulse and GPS

a) The input level of Binary quantity is DC220V or DC110V (depending to order number, see Appendix

4);

b) The pulse and GPS input is DC24V, which should be input in active; GPS input can also adopt differential mode (see Appendix 4).

2.2 Main technical performance

2.2.1 Precise working scope and deviation is as Table 1 Table 1 Precise working scope and deviation

 

Protection circuit

Measurement circuit

 

Measurement scope

Precision †

Measurement scope

Precision

Three-phase voltage

0.4V120V

0.2%

Share with protection

Same as protection

Three-phase current

0.08In20In

3%

0-2.0In

0.2%

Zero sequence voltage

0.4V120V

3%

   

Zero-sequence

High sensitivity *

0.002A-1.200A

3%

------

------

current

Wide scope *

0.05In20In

3%

------

------

† The base value is rated value. * The device should be equipped with zero sequence TA with corresponding feature according to whether the earth mode is effective earth or non-earth earth. This information should be offered when it's ordered (see Appendix 4). The high sensitivity zero sequence TA is suitable for non-effective earth system, and the wide scope zero sequence TA is suitable for effective earth system

2.2.2 Overload capacity AC current circuit: 2 times of rated current, continuous operation; 10 times of rated current, allow 10 seconds; 40 times of rated current, allow 1 second; AC voltage circuit: 1.2 times of rated voltage, continuous operation.

2.2.3 Contact capacity

Output trip contact: 8A current is allowed for long time, off-current is 0.3A (DC220V, time constant L/R 5ms±0.75ms inductive load), Output signal contact: 8A current is allowed for long time, off-current is 0.3A (DC220V, time constant L/R 5ms±0.75ms inductive load)

2.2.4 Trip close current

It can self-adapt the current of 0.5A4A, if the practical current is greater than 4A, resistance can be added to adapt it.

2.2.5 Setting error for various elements

Current element setting value error: <±5% Voltage element setting value error: <±5% Time element: <±50ms

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Inverse time limitted time element: <±1%±40ms of setting value

2.2.6 Whole group pickup time (including built time of relay)

Built pickup time of quick-action stage: when it's 1.2 times of setting value, the error is no greater than 40ms

2.2.7 Measurement system precision

Current, voltage measurement precision: <±0.2%×rated value

Power measurement precision: <±0.5%×rated value Frequency measurement precision: <±0.01Hz

2.2.8 Binary input resolution

2ms

2.2.9 Binary input pickup voltage 80% rated voltage

2.3 Insulation property

2.3.1 Insulation resistance

Use the megohmmeter with 500V open circuit voltage to measure the insulation value between the alive part

& non-alive part of device and shell as well as among electric-unassociated circuits, under normal test atmospheric condition, the insulation resistance of each circuit at all levels isn't less than 20M.

2.3.2 Dielectric strength

In normal test atmospheric condition, the device can endure the industrial frequency withstand voltage test which lasts 1 minute and the frequency is 50Hz and voltage is 2000V, and there is no breakdown, flashover and

component damage phenomena. When the voltage is applied to any tested circuit during the test course, other circuits implement equal-potential interconnection earth.

2.3.3 Impulse voltage

Under normal test atmospheric condition, the power input circuit, AC input circuit and output contact circuit of device is earthed, and the circuit can endure short time impulse of 1.2/50s standard lightning wave. The voltage test open-circuit test voltage is 5kV.

2.3.4 Moisture-proof and heat-proof performance

The device should be able to endure steady-state damp heat test specified by GB/T2423.9 which the test temperature is 40±2, the relative humidity is 93%±3% and the test time is 48h; measure each circuit according to requirements of 2.3.1 within 2 hours before the test is completed, the insulation resistance between exposed non-live metal part and shell and among circuit which are separated electrically shouldn't be less than 1.5M. The dielectric voltage withstand strength shouldn't be less than 75% of dielectric strength test voltage amplitude value specified in 2.3.2.

2.4 Anti-electromagnetic interference performance

2.4.1 Impulse interference

The device can endure interference test specified by GB/T14598.13-1998. The test supply frequency is 100 kHz and 1 MHz, the test voltage is the damped oscillating wave which the common mode is 2500V and differential mode is 1000V. When test is implemented, apply power on tested device in advance, and the test voltage device can operate properly with superimposed interference according to critical conditions listed in Table 3.1.1 of GB/T14598.13.

2.4.2 Fast transitional interference

The device can endure IV level 4kV fast transitional interference test specified by GB/T14598.10-1996

standard.

2.4.3 Electrostatic discharge

The device can endure IV level electrostatic discharge test (spatial discharge 15kV, contact discharge 8kV)

specified by GB/T14598.14-1998 standard.

2.4.4 Radio-electromagnetic field interference

The device should be able to endure III level radio-electromagnetic field interference test specified by

GB/T14598.9-1995 standard.

2.4.5 Surge

It should pass the interference test with III level surge impact anti-interference which is specified by

GB/T17626.5 standard (common mode is 2000V, differential mode is 1000V)

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2.5 Mechanical performance

2.5.1 Vibration

The device can endure the vibratory response test with I asperity level specified in 16.2.3 of GB/T 7261-2000

Fundamental Test Methods for Relay and Device; the device can endure the vibration endurance test with 1 asperity level which is specified in 16.3.2 of GB/T7261-2000.

2.5.2 Impulse

response test with 1 asperity level specified in 17.4.1.1 of

GB/T7261-2000; and the device can endure impulse endurance test with 1 asperity level specified in 17.5.1 of

GB/T7261-2000.

2.5.3 Impact

The device can endure the impulse impact test with 1 asperity level specified in 18.4 of GB/T7261-2000.

2.6 Ambient conditions

The

device

can

endure

the

impulse

a) Ambient temperature

Operating temperature-25+55℃, the 24-hour mean temperature won’t exceed 35℃。

Storage temperature:-40℃~+85℃。 If the energizing quantity isn't applied under limit value, the device won't appear non-reversible change; after the temperature is recovered, the device should be able to operate normally.

b) Relative humidityThe monthly mean maximal relative humidity in the month with maximal rainfall is 90%, and the mean monthly minimum temperature is 25and there is no condensation on the surface; when the maximum temperature is +40, the mean maximal relative humidity won't exceed 50%

c) Atmospheric pressure86kPa106kPa66kPa110kPaaccording to requirements of contract.

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3 Device hardware

3.1 Cabinet structure

The device adopts standard 1/3, 19 inch 6U cabinet. The front panel of the integration panel, including localized LCD, signal indicating lamp and operation keyboard and so on. The cabinet adopts back-insertion & dust prevention & anti-vibration design to ensure that the device can maintain high reliability when it's installed in the place with severe condition. The size of cabinet is as Appendix 3.

3.2 AC plug-in

The AC plug-in includes voltage input and current input. The number of voltage and currents input element for various models is different.

3.3 CPU plug-in

The protection CPU adopts 32-bit DSP chip, which can implement 120 trillion floating-point calculation per second, and there is 34Kx32-bit RAM. High speed 64Kx32-bit extension out-memorizer RAM, 512Kx8-bit FLASH, 512Kx8-bit alive maintaining NVRAM and 8Kx8-bit serial EEPROM. The schematic diagram of CPU module is as Figure 1. The data acquisition system adopted by protection system is composed of high reliability 14-bit A/D converter, multi-way switch and filtering circuit. The A/D conversion chip has the features that the conversion speed is fast, the sampling variance is small, the power consumption is little and stability is good and so on. The sampling circuit of this device has no adjustable element and requires no regulation on the spot, which has high reliability.

Decipher quantity input 01 watchdog real-time clock uantity input 24 320VC33 Data buffer inner RAM
Decipher
quantity input 01
watchdog
real-time
clock
uantity input 24
320VC33
Data buffer
inner RAM
quantity input 01
34K×32
FLASH
quantity input 16
512K×8
SRAM
Data buffer
alog input 01
64K×32
A/D
Magnifier
conversion
Serial EEPROM
nalog input 16
8K×8
Data buffer
Data lock
Channel
Read/
Mode
NVRAM
earth
write
control
1M×8
generator
contro
register
Optical
Optical
Multi-way
isolation
isolation
switcher

Figure 1 Schematic diagram of protection CPU module

The CPU plug-in adopts multilayer printed circuit board and surface mount technology, which greatly enhance the reliability and anti-electromagnetic interference capability of device.

3.4 Man-machine interaction MMI plug-in

The MMI module is the human-computer interface which is developed based on 32-bit ARM chip, which is used for man-machine interaction of device and handles relevant communication task. It has 128X128 wide temperature and yellow-green LCD (with temperature compensation function); there are 4 LED lamps; the communication ports: one isolated RS232 port (as maintenance port), one isolated RS422/RS485 (communicate with DSP board), two isolated RS485 ports, three 10M Ethernet ports (communicate with system, specific configuration is optional). The communication physical port mode of Ethernet is RJ45 socket, the communication media is shielded category 5 twisted-pair or optical fiber; the RS485 communication physical port is phoenix terminal, and the communication media is shielded twisted pair or optical fiber. The program memory of MMI

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RS485 port

Ethernet port

RS232 maintenance port

module is 512KB and the data memory is 256KB.The LCD of MMI module can display 8 line×8 row Chinese characters; the human-computer interface is friendly and clear. The block diagram of MMI and DSP module communication connection is as Figure 2.

DSP module

DSP CPU

256KB RAM

512KBFLASH

ARM7TDMI

9-button keyboard

RS422 port

Large LCD

Figure 2 Block diagram of MMI and DSP module communication connection

3.5 Relay plug-in

The relay plug-in includes protection operation signal relay, binary output, remote control relay and operation circuit. The trip and close circuit of operation circuit can self-adapt the current of 0.5A4A, if the practical current is greater than 4A, the resistance can be added to adapt it.

3.6 Power supply plug-in

Adopt AC inverting power, the AC 220V or 110V input will utilize the inverting principle output three groups of AC voltage which is 5V, ±12V and 24V via anti-interference filtering circuit, these three groups won't be earthed; moreover, adopt floating mode which isn't connected with shell. +5V is the working power supply of device computer system, ±12V is the power of data acquisition system, 24V is used for power of driving relay and medium power of switch-in. Furthermore, the on-off input of 21-way DC220V/DC110V and 2-way pulse input are also offered (Wp(pulse) can be re-used as GPS pulse input and IRIG-B pulse input).

3.7 Connection diagram of device system

SCADA Ua Ub Voltage Uc Switch-in circuit Un 3U0 Zero sequence voltage EEPROM 3U0' NVRAM
SCADA
Ua
Ub
Voltage
Uc
Switch-in circuit
Un
3U0
Zero sequence voltage
EEPROM
3U0'
NVRAM
AC
IA
plug-in
IA'
Output
Measurement current
IB
DSP
SRAM
plug-in
IB'
IC
IC'
Binary input
3I0
Zero-sequence current
3I0'
FLASH
Ia
CPU
Ia'
Ib
plug-in
protection current
Communication
port
Ib'
Ic
Ic'
MMI board
RS485 network or
Ethernet
Figure 3 Connection diagram of device system
AD switch
Indicating lamp
LCD
Keyboard
Maintenance port
Switch-out
circuit
Power supply plug-in
Switch-in conversion
circuit

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4 Protection principle and calibration explanation

Protection function of the NSP7 series uses block configuration and display. In the “Device Configuration” view of the “Setting” menu of NCP-manager Tools, the protection functions to be used can be enabled and disabled. Only enabled protection function setting can be seen on the MMI setting interface. Protection functions not used would be disabled. It should be noted that the opening or closing of the protection functions does not have any influence on the setting of the corresponding block. Therefore, before using new setting block for the running device, corresponding safety measures should be taken, for example, remove the exit press board, etc., so as to prevent mistake action by the device. Wait till the protection function is open before entering the corresponding setting menu for setting and confirmation. The setting value sheet for protection function configuration is as Table 3:

Table 3 Setting value sheet of protection function configuration

Setting value

Setting value scope

Phase over-current protection configuration

Enable/Disable

Zero sequence over-current protection configuration

Enable/Disable

Sensitive earth configuration

Enable/Disable

Over-voltage protection configuration

Enable/Disable

Under-voltage configuration

Enable/Disable

Over-load protection configuration

Enable/Disable

Negative sequence over-current protection configuration

Enable/Disable

External trip configuration

Enable/Disable

Rotor-locked protection configuration

Enable/Disable

Over starting time protection configuration

Enable/Disable

Thermal over-load protection configuration

Enable/Disable

Reverse interlocking configuration

Enable/Disable

TV circuit faultprotection configuration

Enable/Disable

4.1 Two-stage time limitted phase over-current protection

4.1.1 Outline of principle This device is equipped with two-stage time limitted phase over-current protection, both two stages are 3-phase, each stage over-current protection is equipped with one independent time limitted, any one phase current is greater than setting value, and protection is operated via calibration delay. The start_up value of each stage can be changed into one bigger setting value for short time when motor is started, to avoid pickup current of motor. The start_up start value of each stage is valid for short time, and the valid time is the "Motor Start Time" set in the "System Parameter”. The motor start_up check logic detailed diagram is as the figure:

Figure 7 Motor start_up check logic diagram
Figure 7 Motor start_up check logic diagram

Note: The motor check logic is active all the time, which plays role on rotor-locked protection and long time start_up protection; if the maximal current of three phases is greater than 0.05×Ie and less than 1.20×Ie when the motor start_up time-keeping completes, the device will give motor start_up end signal, and this signal can drive the binary output.

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I>> protection logic diagram is the figure below, and I> is same as stage I.

A-phase over-current picked up 1202 I1DZ B-phase over-current picked up C-phase over-current picked up Ia
A-phase over-current picked up
1202 I1DZ
B-phase over-current picked up
C-phase over-current picked up
Ia
Ia>I1DZ
OR
Phase I>> setting value sheet
12011-phase I>> protection switch [GL1TT]
1202 I>> strat_up value [I1DZ]
12022 I>> starting up start_up value [I1DSZD]
1203 I>> time limitted [I1T]
OR
I>> picked up
Motor start_up
1203 I1T
T
0
OR
I>> trip
Ia
Ia>I1DSDZ
I>> time out
A 12022 I1DSDZ
B
C
Function switch
12011 GL1TT
ON
I>> protection switch
"1"
OFF

Figure 8 I>> protection logic diagram

4.1.2 Setting value sheet and calibration explanation

1Two-stage time limitted phase over-current protection setting value sheet is as Table 5:

Table 5 Two-stage time limitted phase over-current protection setting value sheet

Setting value

Setting value scope

Step length

Phase I>> protection switch

ON/OFF

/

Phase I> protection switch

ON/OFF

/

I>> start_up value

0.05In20.00In

0.01In

I>> start_up start value

0.05In20.00In

0.01In

I>> time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

I> start_up value

0.05In20.00In

0.01In

I> start_up start value

0.05In20.00In

0.01In

I> time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

2Calibration explanation All the setting values of current setting value are per-unit values, the current base value In is the phase TA secondary rated value 5A/1A in system parameters.

4.2 Two stage zero-sequence current protection

4.2.1 Outline of principle

Towards effective earth system, the device sets two-stage zero sequence over-current protection to indicate earth protection; the two stage zero sequence over-current is respectively equipped with one stage time limitted, which can be switched independently, and zero sequence over-current doesn't set zero-voltage start_up and direction block. The logic diagram for zero-sequence current protection is as Figure 6.

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1302 I01DZ Zero sequence over-current protection setting value sheet 13011 IE>> protection switch[LXGL1TT] 3Io
1302
I01DZ
Zero sequence over-current protection setting value sheet
13011 IE>> protection switch[LXGL1TT]
3Io
3I0>I01DZ
IE>> picked up
13012 IE> protection switch[LXGL2TT]
1303
I01T
IE>> time out
1302 IE>> start_up value[I01DZ]
T
0
IE>> trip
1303 IE>> time limitted[I01T]
1304 IE> strat_up value[I02DZ]
Function switch
1305 IE> time limitted[I02T]
13011
LXGL1TT
Trip
IE>> protection switch-in
"1"
Off
1304
I02DZ
Ia
3I0>I02DZ
IE> picked up
1305
I02T
IE> time out
T
0
IE> trip
Function switch
13012
LXGL2TT
ON
IE> protection switch-in
"1"
OFF

Figure 9 Logic diagram of zero-sequence current protection

4.2.2 Setting value sheet and calibration explanation 1Setting value sheet Table 6 Zero sequence over-current protection setting value sheet

Setting value

Setting value scope

Step length

Zero sequence I>> protection switch

ON/OFF

/

Zero sequence I> protection switch

ON/OFF

/

Zero sequence I>> start_up value

0.05In20.00I0n

0.01I0n

Zero sequence I>> time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

Zero sequence I> start_up value

0.05In20.00I0n

0.01I0n

Zero sequence I> time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

2Calibration explanation The zero-sequence current protection is co-existent with sensitive earth in software; however, these two protection are different towards the measurement range and precision of zero sequence TA: the dynamic range for zero-sequence current protection TA should be wider, the wide range TA with 0.0520In dynamic range is selected; the sensitive earth has higher requirements towards precision of current measurement, too large dynamic range is unnecessary, the high sensitivity TA with 0.002A1.200A measurement range is selected. In hardware, these two TA share one TA bit, namely, the model of zero sequence TA determines which protection is available is software. When it's used, related setting is in the system parameter: "System Earth Mode Selection": If the zero sequence TA of device selects the wide range TA with 0.0520In dynamic range, the "System Earth Mode" should be set for "Earth"; if the zero sequence TA of device selects high sensitivity TA with 0.002A1.200A dynamic range, the "System Earth Mode" should be set for "Isolated System" or "Compensated System" according to the primary system. In order to avoid error, after the "System Earth Mode" is set, only corresponding protection can be input. If it's set for "Earth", the zero-sequence current protection can be switched and correctly implement function; however, sensitive earth will be blocked and won't be implement even if it's switched in. If it's set for "Isolated System" or "Compensated System", the sensitive earth can be switched in and correctly implement function; however, the zero-sequence current protection will be blocked and won't be implement even if it's switched in. The setting values of zero-sequence current setting value are per-unit values, and the current base value I0n is the zero sequence TA secondary rated value in the "System Parameter".

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4.3 Sensitive earth protection

4.3.1 Outline of principle Single criteria can selected via setting when it's used: zero-voltage or zero current, it will operate when any one exceeds setting value; multiple criteria can also selected, there are two conditions: Operate when zero voltage exceeds setting value and zero current exceed setting value; Operate when zero voltage exceeds setting value and the active constituent of zero-sequence current exceeds setting value and the corresponding zero sequence power direction is in the operation zone simultaneously. The details of condition in the multiple criteria will be explained: Whether the device adopts various criteria to judge single-phase earth in sensitive earth system by setting for "Isolated System" or "Compensated System" according to "Start Point Earth Mode" in the system parameter. The logic diagram of sensitive earth is as Figure 10:

The logic diagram of sensitive earth is as Figure 10: Figure 10 Logic diagram of sensitive

Figure 10 Logic diagram of sensitive earth check

The prerequisite for judgment of earth direction failure is that the zero sequence voltage check and

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zero-sequence current (amplitude value) check have been started. The direction characteristic curve for judgment of earth direction is changed and adjusted with network system. The direction judgment processes the component which is 90 degree to direction characteristic, not the amplitude value of earth current, this current component is called active constituent. The relay calculates the active power Pea and zero sequence reactive power Per according to the following formula:

ence reactive power Per according to the following formula: In the formula, uE(t) and i E(t)

In the formula, uE(t) and i E(t) are respectively instantaneous values of zero sequence voltage and zero-sequence current, and t is the integration cycle. The direction characteristic curve of earth direction judgment is as follows:

Forward Capacitye Induction Reverse (a) Directional characteristic based on
Forward
Capacitye
Induction
Reverse
(a) Directional characteristic based on
Forward Reverse Capacitye Induction (b) Directional characteristic based
Forward
Reverse
Capacitye
Induction
(b) Directional characteristic based

The direction judgment in the neutral point isolated system should be used for direction characteristic of sin measurement, and the criteria is: when forward earth has failure, Per>0 and the active constituent Ier is greater than setting value; when negative direction earth has failure, Per<0 and Ier is greater than setting value. The direction judgment in the star point compensated system should be used for direction characteristic of cos measurement, and the criteria is: when forward earth has failure, Pea>0 and active constituent Iea is greater than setting value; when negative direction earth has failure, Pea<0 and Iea is greater than setting value.

4.3.2 Setting value sheet and calibration explanation 1Sensitive earth setting value sheet:

Table 7 Sensitive earth setting value sheet

Setting value

Setting value scope

Step length

Sensitive earth protection switch

Trip/Alarm/Off

/

Criteria selection

Zero voltage or zero current/ zero voltage and zero current

/

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Directional element switch

Active/inactive

/

Zero sequence voltage start_up value

0.011.00Un

0.01Un

Zero sequence voltage start_up delay

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

Zero-sequence current start_up value

0.005A1.200A

0.001A

Sensitive earth operation time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

2Calibration explanation When the criteria selection is set for zero voltage or zero current, it belongs to the single criteria; when the criteria selection is set for zero voltage and zero current, the directional element is set for inactive, it belongs to condition of multiple criteria; when the criteria selection is set for zero voltage and zero current, the directional element is set for switch-in, it belongs to condition of multiple criteria. The zero-sequence current setting value in sensitive earth adopts nominal value. The zero sequence voltage setting value adopts per-unit value and the base value Un is 100V.Sensitive earth protection can be inactive through selecting control word, it can select switch-in and give alarm when operates or switch in and trip when operates.

4.4 Over-load protection

4.4.1 Outline of principle The device includes two-stage time limitted and one-stage inverse time limitted over-load, the over-load protection function is inactive during the motor start_up process; after the motor start_up is completed, the over-load protection will be automatically switched in, the over-load is 3-phase, and each stage can be independently set for inactive, alarm or trip. The over-load inverse time limitted characteristic curve can select IEC normal inverse time limitted, abnormal inverse time limitted, extreme inverse time limitted or long inverse time limitted. Each kind of inverse time limitted characteristic equation is listed as follows:

Normal inverse time limitted

t =

0.14

(

I

/

Ip

)

0.02

1

Tp

Abnormal inverse time limitted

Extreme inverse time limitted

t =

13.5

(

I

/

Ip

)

1

t =

80

(

I

/

Ip

)

2

1

Tp

Tp

Long inverse time limitted

t =

120

(

I

/

Ip

)

1

Tp

In the formula, Ip is the inverse time limitted start_up value; Tp is the inverse time limitted time constant. The logic diagram of over-load stage I and inverse time limitted stage is as Figure 11, the logic of over-load stage II is same as over-load stage I.

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Motor Protection and Monitoring Device Technical Manual Figure 11 Logic diagram of over-load stage I and

Figure 11 Logic diagram of over-load stage I and inverse time limitted stage

4.4.2 Setting value sheet and calibration explanation 1Setting value sheet

Table 8 Over-load setting value sheet

Setting value

Setting value scope

Step length

Over-load stage I protection switch

ON/OFF

/

Over-load stage protection switch

ON/OFF

/

Over-load inverse time limitted stage protection switch

ON/OFF

/

Over-load stage start_up value

0.05In20.00In

0.01In

Over-load stage I time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

Over-load stage start_up value

0.05In20.00In

0.01In

Over-load stage time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

Over-load inverse time limitted curve

Normal, abnormal, extreme and long time

/

Over-load inverse time limitted start_up value

0.05In20.00In

0.01In

Over-load inverse time limitted time constant

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

2Calibration explanation When the over-load protection is calibrated to alarm and the over-load protection operates, it will be used for signal output according to output configuration (alarm relay and signal relay); even if the previous 11 binary outputs are connected with over-load, they won't be output and alarm lamp will be on. The alarm lamp won't be maintained and will return with return of over-load. When it's calibrated to trip, the output will be driven according to calibration output, the trip lamp is on and maintained, it should implement manual or communication revert or external binary input revert after protection returns.

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4.5 Over-voltage protection

4.5.1 Outline of principle

The device includes one stage of over-voltage protection, when any line voltage is greater than the over-voltage protection setting value, the over-voltage protection implements delay tripping via calibration. In addition, the over-voltage protection can be blocked via switch position, when the "Switch Open Block" control word is set for "Switch-in", the switch is changed to post-open 1s and the over-voltage protection is blocked. The logic diagram of over-voltage protection is as Figure 10.

5003 GDY1DZ 5004 GDY1T Over-voltage protection setting value sheet 5001 over-voltage protection switch[GDY1TT] Uab
5003 GDY1DZ
5004
GDY1T
Over-voltage protection setting value sheet
5001
over-voltage protection switch[GDY1TT]
Uab
Uab>GDY1DZ
T
0
Over voltage/trip
5003
over voltage strat_up value[GDY1DZ]
5003
GDY1DZ
Over voltage/time out
5004
over voltage time limitted[GDY1T]
Over voltage picked up
5007
switch open block[GFWBSTT]
Ubc
Ubc>GDY1DZ
OR
5003
GDY1DZ
Uca
Uca>GDY1DZ
Breaker open
1.0S
0
"1"
5007 GFWBSTT
Function switch
5001 GDY1TT
ON
Over-voltage protection switch
"1"
OFF
Figure 12 Over-voltage protection logic diagram

4.5.2 Setting value sheet and calibration explanation 1Setting value sheet

Table 9 Over-voltage protection setting value sheet

Setting value

Setting value scope

Step length

Over-voltage protection switch

ON/OFF

/

Overvoltage start_up value

1.001.50Un

0.01Un

Overvoltage time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

CB open block

ON/OFF

/

2Calibration explanation The over voltage setting value adopts per-unit value and the base value Un is 100V.

4.6 Under-voltage protection

4.6.1 Outline of principle

The device includes one stage under-voltage protection, when all 3 phases of line voltage are less than under-voltage protection setting value, the under-voltage protection implements delay tripping via calibration. In

order to prevent protection operation in TV fault, the under-voltage protection can be blocked via " TV fault Start_up" signal (the prerequisite is switch-in of TV fault check function); the switch position can also block under-voltage protection, when the "Switch Open Block" control word is set for "Switch-in", the switch is changed to post-open 1s, and the under-voltage protection is blocked; furthermore, the under-voltage protection can be blocked by external switch-in. The under-voltage protecion logic diagram is as Figure 11.

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Motor Protection and Monitoring Device Technical Manual Figure 13 Under-voltage pr otection logic diagram 4.6.2
Motor Protection and Monitoring Device Technical Manual Figure 13 Under-voltage pr otection logic diagram 4.6.2

Figure 13 Under-voltage protection logic diagram

4.6.2 Setting value sheet and calibration explanation 1Setting value sheet

Table 10 Under-voltage protection setting value sheet

Setting value

Setting value scope

Step length

Under-voltage protection switch

ON/OFF

/

Under-voltage protection start_up value

0.011.00Un

0.01Un

Under-voltage protection time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

TV fault block under-voltage protection

On/Off

/

CB open block

ON/OFF

/

2Calibration explanation The under voltage setting value adopts per-unit value and the base value Un is 100V.

4.7 TV fault alarm

4.7.1 Outline of principle

Criteria of TV fault:

(1) If three line voltage is less than 8V, if some phase current is greater than 0.2A, it'll be judged as 3-phase voltage loss. (2) If the sum of three-phase voltage is greater than 8V, the maximal line voltage is less than 16V, it'll be judged as two-phase TV fault.

(3) If the sum of three-phase voltage is greater than 8V, the difference of maximal line voltage and minimal line voltage is greater than 16V, it'll be judged as single-phase TV fault or two-phase TV fault. The return condition of TV fault is that the voltage must be normal (min(Uab,Ubc,Uca)>70V) except the condition above isn't met.

4.7.2 Setting value sheet and calibration explanation 1Setting value sheet

Table 11 TV fault setting value sheet

Setting value

Setting value scope

Step length

TV fault check switch

ON/OFF

/

TV fault check delay

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

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2Calibration explanation When TV is broken, set the output for output and lighten alarm lamp, when the voltage is recovered normal, the alarm lamp automatically reverts. The TV fault check function is related with under voltage protection function; if the under voltage protection switches in TV fault block function, this function must be switched in.

4.8 External trip

4.8.1 Outline of principle

Binary input trip implements the function of non-electric quantity protection, the device YX8-YX11 is used to respond non-electric quantity protection signal such as "Gas", the device trips when the binary input is valid.

 

T

0

External trip

External bianry input

Figure 14 External binary input operation logic diagram

4.8.2 Setting value sheet and calibration explanation 1Setting value sheet

Table 12 External trip setting sheet

Setting value

Setting value scope

Step length

External trip protection 1 switch

ON/OFF

/

External trip protection 1 time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

External trip protection 2 switch

ON/OFF

/

External trip protection 2 time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

External trip protection 3 switch

ON/OFF

/

External trip protection 3 time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

External trip protection 4 switch

ON/OFF

/

External trip protection 4 time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

2Calibration explanation The practical pickup time of external trip is the sum of binary input filtering time and trip delay.

4.9 Negative sequence over-current protection

4.9.1 Outline of principle

When three phases motor current are asymmetric, the negative sequence current will be generated; the negative sequence current will generate 2 times of industrial frequency current in the rotor and the heat of rotor is increased. If the negative sequence current is bigger, the rotor will be over-heated, endangering safety operation of motor.

This device sets two-stage time limitted negative sequence over-current protection and one-stage inverse time limitted negative sequence over-current protection. The negative sequence current adopts two-phase type algorithm which is calculated via the following formula:

∗ o ∗ o 3 j 30 3 ∗ e j90 I = e I
o
o
3
j
30
3
e j90
I
=
e
I
+
I c
2
a
3
3

The inverse time limitted characteristic curve of inverse time limitted negative sequence over-current protection can select IEC normal inverse time limitted, abnormal inverse time limitted, extreme inverse time limitted or long inverse time limitted. Each kind of inverse time limitted characteristic equation is listed as follows:

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Normal inverse time limitted

t

=

0.14

( /

I

2

Ip

)

0.02

1

Tp

Abnormal inverse time limitted

Extreme inverse time limitted

13.5

t =

t =

(

I

2

/

80

Ip

)

1

(

I

2

/

Ip

)

2

1

Tp

Tp

Long inverse time limitted

t

=

120

( /

I

2

Ip

)

1

Tp

In the formula, Ip is the inverse time limitted start_up value; Tp is the inverse time limitted time constant. The logic diagram of negative sequence over-current protection is as Figure 15.

Negative sequence over-current protection setting value sheet 4002 I21DZ I2 I2>I21DZ Negative sequence
Negative sequence over-current protection setting value sheet
4002
I21DZ
I2
I2>I21DZ
Negative sequence
I>> picked up
40011 negative sequence I>> switch[FXGL1TT]
40012 negative sequence I> switch[FXGL2TT]
4003
I01T
4002 negative sequence I>> strat_up value[I21DZ]
T
0
Negative sequence
4003 negative sequence I>> time limitted[I21T]
I>> trip
4004 negative sequence I> start_up value[I22DZ]
Function switch
4005 negative sequence I> time limitted[I22T]
40011
FXGL1TT
ON
Negative sequence I>>
protection switch
"1"
OFF
4002
I21DZ
I2
I2>I21DZ
Negative sequence
I> picked up
4003
I01T
T
0
Negative sequence
I> trip
Function switch
40012
FXGL2TT
ON
"1"
Negative sequence I>
protection switch
OFF
Figure 15 (a) Logic diagram of negative sequence over-current time limitted stage 4008 I21DZ Negative
Figure 15 (a) Logic diagram of negative sequence over-current time limitted stage
4008 I21DZ
Negative sequence over-current protection setting value sheet
40012 negative sequence inverse time limitted stage switch[FXGL3TT]
I2
I2>I23DZ
Negative sequence inverse
time limitted stage picked up
4006 negative sequence inverse time limitted curve selection[I2QX]
4006 I2QX
4009 I23T
Standard/abnormal/extreme/Long
Negative sequence
inverse time limitted
stage trip
4008 negative sequence inverse time limitted strat_up value[I23DZ]
4009 negative sequence inverse time limitted time constant[I23T]
Function switch
40013 FXGLTT
ON
"1"
Negative sequence inverse time
limitted stage protection switch

OFF

Figure 15 (b) Logic diagram of negative sequence over-current time limitted stage

4.9.2 Setting value sheet and calibration explanation 1Setting value sheet Table 13 Negative sequence current protection setting value sheet

Setting value

Setting value scope

Step length

I2>> protection switch

ON/OFF

/

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ON/OFF

/

I2>> start_up value

0.05In20.00In

0.01In

I2>> time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

I2> start_up value

0.05In20.00In

0.01In

I2> time limitted

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

Negative sequence over-current inverse time limitted stage switch

ON/OFF

/

Negative sequence inverse time limitted curve selection

Normal, abnormal, extreme and long time

/

Negative sequence inverse time limitted start_up value

0.05In20.00In

0.01In

Negative sequence inverse time limitted time constant

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

2Calibration explanation All the setting values of negative sequence over-current setting value are per-unit values, the current base value In is the phase TA secondary rated value 5A/1A in system parameters.

4.10 over start_up time protection ( Long time start_up protection )

4.10.1 Outline of principle

The over start_up time protection offers protection for motor during the motor start_up process. During the motor operation course, the over start_up time protection is automatically inactive. After the motor is started and

within one cycle after time-out of "Motor Start_up Time" time-keeping, if any one phase current is greater than 1.2 times of "Motor Rated Current", the over start_up time protection will trip. The logic block diagram of over start_up time protection is as Figure 14.

diagram of over start_up time protection is as Figure 14. Figure 16 Logic diagram of l

Figure 16 Logic diagram of long time start_up protection

4.10.2 Setting value sheet and calibration explanation

1Setting value sheet Table 14 Long time start_up protection setting value sheet

Setting value

Setting value scope

Step length

Long time start_up protection switch

ON/OFF

/

2Calibration explanation The trip current of over start_up time protection rests with "Motor Rated Current" of system parameter, and the value is 1.2 times of rated current (see logic detailed diagram of motor start_up); the trip current of over start_up time protection rests with "Motor Start Time" of system parameter. After the motor parameter is calibrated, the over start_up time protection requires no other setting value.

4.11 Rotor-locked protection

4.11.1 Outline of principle

The rotor-locked protection offers protection for motor during the motor operation course, and it will be automatically inactive during the motor start_up course. If the positive-sequence current is greater than setting

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value during the motor normal operation course, the rotor-locked protection will implement delay tripping via calibration. The positive-sequence current adopts two-phase type algorithm which is calculated via the following formula:

* * 3 * 0 3 − j 30 0 − j 90 I1 =
*
* 3
*
0
3 − j
30 0
− j
90
I1
=
e
Ia
+
e
Ic
3
3
Rotor-locked protection logic block diagram is Figure 17.
4102 DZHDZ
I1
I1>DZHDZ
Rotor-locked
protection start_up
Rotor-locked protection setting value sheet
4101 rotor-locked protection switch[DZHTT]
4102 rotor-locked current start_up value [DZHDZ]
4103 I1T
Rotor-locked
4103 allowable rotor-locked time[DZHT]
protection trip
Motor start_up
T
0
Rotor-locked
protection time out
Function switch
4101 DZHTT
ON
Rotor-locked
"1"
OFF
protection switch

Figure 17 Rotor-locked protection logic diagram

4.11.2 Setting value sheet and calibration explanation

1. Setting value sheet

Table 15 Rotor-locked protection setting value sheet

Setting value

Setting value scope

Step length

Rotor-locked protection switch

ON/OFF

/

Rotor-locked current start_up value

0.05In20.00In

0.01In

Allowable rotor-locked time

0.00s99.99s

0.01s

2Calibration explanation All the setting values of rotor-locked setting value are per-unit values, the current base value In is the phase TA secondary rated value 5A/1A in system parameters.

4.12 Thermal over-load protection

4.12.1 Outline of principle

The influence from motor positive sequence and negative sequence current towards motor heating is different. The thermal over-load protection comprehensively considers thermal effect of motor positive sequence and negative sequence current, it offers protection towards over-heating caused by various over-load for motor, and it

can be as backup for motor short circuit, over start_up time and rotor-locked. The device uses equivalent current Ieq to simulate thermal effect of motor as follows:

I eq

=

K I

1

1

2 +

K I

2

2

2

as follows: I eq = K I 1 1 2 + K I 2 2 2

In the formula: Ieq-equivalent current I 1 -Positive-sequence current, acquired by two-phase type algorithm. I 2 -Negative sequence current, acquired by two-phase type algorithm. K1-Positive-sequence current thermal coefficient, K1=0.5 during the motor start_up course, K1=1.0 after start_up ends. K2-Negative sequence current thermal coefficient, K2=310, K =6; According to thermal model of motor, the characteristic curve between the motor pickup time t and equivalent operating current Ieq is offered by the following formula:

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t

=

τ

ln

(

I

2

eq

I

p

2

)

(

I

2

eq

I

2

)

In the formula: Ip-Load current before over-load, if it's in the cold status before over-load, Ip=0. I- Pickup current, the specified current limit value without operation of protection. Τ- Time constant, indicating over-load capacity of motor. The device implements real time monitoring towards thermal content of motor, when the thermal content reaches τ value, the device will trip. When the thermal content reaches Ka*τ value, the thermal over-load alarm signal will be given, Ka is the alarm coefficient, 0<Ka <1.When the thermal content reaches Kb*τ value, the thermal over-load blocking signal will be given, the device thermal blocking output operation disconnects breaker close circuit. Kb is the alarm coefficient, 0<Kb<1.When thermal blocking operates, set "Thermal Revert" valid, the thermal content will be cleared to zero, the thermal blocking output returns, and the close circuit blocking is relieved. The calibration of pickup current Iis implemented according to 1.051.15 times of rated current. The thermal time constant τ should be offered by motor manufacturer, if it's not offered by the motor manufacturer, it can be estimated according to one of the following methods:

(1) If the manufacturer offers the thermal limit curve of motor or one group of over-load capacity data, τ will be calculated according to the following formula:

τ

=

t

ln

I

2

(

I

2

I

2 )

Take smaller value after calculating one group of τ. (2) If the rotor-locked current I and allowable rotor-locked time t are offered, τ can also estimated according to the following formula:

τ

=

t

ln

I

2

(

I

2

I

2

)

(3) Calculate τ according to the following formula:

2 × K ×T τ = θ e start θ 0 In the formula: θe
2
× K ×T
τ
= θ e
start
θ
0
In the formula: θe is the rated temperature rise of motor, K is the pickup current time, θ0 is the temperature
rise when motor starts, and Tstart is the start_up time of motor.
The logic diagram of thermal over-load protection is as Figure 18.
Thermal over-load protection setting value sheet
4404 RGFHGJ
4416 K2
4401 thermal over-load switch[RGFHTT]
d¦ Θ
+ 1 t ¦ Θ= 1 t I*I
¦ Θ>
I1
Thermal over-load alarm
K1*I18I1+
dt
Off/Alarm/Trip
K2*I2*I2
I2
t= tIn I*I-Ip*Ip
I*I-Ib*Ib
4402
thermal over-load pickup current[RCFHDZ]
¦ Θmax
4414 RGFHBS
4403
thermal over-load time constant[RGFHT]
4402 GFHDZ
4403 GFHT
4404
thermal over-load alarm stage[RGFHGJ]
¦ Θ>
>Thermal revert
Binary output assigned to
thermal overload stage block
4414
thermal over-load block stage[RGFHBS]
4416
negative sequence current
100%
effect coefficient[K2]
¦ Θ>
Thermal over-load trip
Function switch
4401 RGFHTT
ON
Thermal over-load
"1"
OFF
protection switch

Figure 18 Thermal over-load protection logic diagram 4.12.2 Setting value sheet and calibration explanation 1Setting value sheet

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Table 16 Thermal over-load setting value sheet

Setting value

Setting value scope

Step length

Thermal over-load protection switch

ON/OFF

/

Thermal over-load pickup current

0.05In20.00In

1s

Thermal over-load time constant

60s3000s

0.01

Thermal over-load alarm stage

0.500.99

0.01

Thermal over-load block stage

0.500.99

0.01

Negative sequence current effect coefficient

3.0010.00

0.01

2Calibration explanation The setting value of pickup current setting value is per-unit value, the current base value In is the phase TA secondary rated value 5A/1A in system parameters. The setting value of thermal over-load alarm stage and block stage is ratio, and there is no quantity value unit.

4.13 Reverse interlocking output

4.13.1 Outline of principle Because the bus protection price is higher, the power supply system under 110kV won't set bus protection generally. However, when the bus has failure, it should be eliminated fast. It’s difficult to guaranty quick-action by setting usual over-current protection on inlet; however, because the short-circuit current of bus failure and outlet failure is equal, the selectivity can't be guarantied by installing instantaneous protection on inlet. Accordingly, it's difficult to implement fast elimination of bus failure. The device is equipped with reverse interlocking function and can implement bus fast protection conveniently. The principle is as the following figure:

Outlet 1 Outlet 2 Block Note
Outlet 1
Outlet 2
Block
Note

Figure 19 Reverse interlocking schematic diagram

Except for setting selective over-current protection on inlet, increase one set of fast current protection, and the operation current can be calibrated according to over-current; the pickup time can set one short time limitted independently without time influence of outlet over-current protection. When outlet has failure, send one blocking signal to block inlet fast current protection to inlet protection device before the outlet over-current protection starts and operates in delay; however, the over-current protection of inlet will be as the reserve protection of outlet over-current protection; when failure occurs on bus, all outlet won't give blocking signal and the failure will be fast eliminated by inlet fast over-current protection. This function can be used to decrease inlet protection pickup time towards enterprise power supply system, which is suitable for power supply department to limit the protection time limitted. The reverse interlocking logic diagram is as follows:

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Motor Protection and Monitoring Device Technical Manual Figure 20 Reverse interlock logic diagram 4.13.2 Setting

Figure 20 Reverse interlock logic diagram

4.13.2 Setting value sheet and calibration explanation

1. Reverse interlocking setting value sheet:

Table 17 Reverse interlocking setting value sheet

Setting value

Setting value scope

Step length

Reverse interlocking switch

ON/OFF

/

2. Calibration explanation

The reverse interlocking can drive corresponding relay according to "Binary output Setting" of system parameter.

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5 System parameter and setting value list

The item for device calibration is composed of two parts which are system parameter and each group of setting value. The system parameters include the municipal power supply system parameters and device parameter required for all functions of device. The calibration of system parameter determines whether the whole device can operate normally, which is as significant as protection setting value. Each item must be correctly set .The system parameters and setting value list are listed in the following table.

Table 18 NSP783 system parameter and setting value list

 

Parameter description

Parameter name

Byte number

Scope

Step length

Multiplicator

 

efficient

 

TATV parameter (number: 7)

 

0

Phase TA primary rated value

PhaseTAPRI

 

2

50A-8000A

1A

 

1

1

Phase TA secondary rated value

PhaseTASEC

 

2

5A/1A

------

 

1

2

Zero sequence TA primary rated value

GroundTAPRI

 

2

50A-8000A

1A

 

1

3

Zero sequence TA secondary rated value

GroundTASEC

 

2

5A/1A

------

 

1

4

Primary rated line voltage

VTRatingL_L

 

2

0.1kV250kV

0.1kV

 

10

5

Motor rated current

Ie

 

2

0.05In-20.00In

0.01In

 

1

6

Motor start_up time

Tqd

 

2

0.1s-300.0s

0.1s

 

10

 

Binary input parameter (number: 44)

 

7

Binary input filter time 1

FilterTime1

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

8

Binary input filter time 2

FilterTime2

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

9

Binary input filter time 3

FilterTime3

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

10

Binary input filter time 4

FilterTime4

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

11

Binary input filter time 5

FilterTime5

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

12

Binary input filter time 6

FilterTime6

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

13

Binary input filter time 7

FilterTime7

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

14

Binary input filter time 8

FilterTime8

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

15

Binary input filter time 9

FilterTime9

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

16

Binary input filter time 10

FilterTime10

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

17

Binary input filter time 11

FilterTime11

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

18

Binary input filter time 12

FilterTime12

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

19

Binary input filter time 13

FilterTime13

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

20

Binary input filter time 14

FilterTime14

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

21

Binary input filter time 15

FilterTime15

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

22

Binary input filter time 16

FilterTime16

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

23

Binary input filter time 17

FilterTime17

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

24

Binary input filter time 18

FilterTime18

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

25

Binary input filter time 19

FilterTime19

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

26

Binary input filter time 20

FilterTime20

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

27

Binary input filter time 21

FilterTime21

 

2

5-30000

1ms

 

1

       

03CF303C

   

28

Dual-binary input setting

YXATTRIB

2

 

3F

------

1

29

Dual-binary input setting

YXATTRIB1

2

 

0

------

1

30

Binary input 1 use

YX1Use

2

 

Generic BI

---

1

31

Binary input 2 use

YX2Use

2

 

Generic BI

---

1

32

Binary input 3 use

YX3Use

2

 

Generic BI

---

1

33

Binary input 4 use

YX4Use

2

 

Generic BI

---

1

34

Binary input 5 use

YX5Use

2

 

Generic BI

---

1

35

Binary input 6 use

YX6Use

2

 

Generic BI

---

1

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Binary input 7 use

YX7Use

2

----

---

1

 

0x5555Generic BI;0xAAAALocal status, Active with High Voltage0x9999Local status, Active with Low Voltage

37

Binary input 8 use

YX8Use

2

----

---

1

 

0x5555: Generic BI:;0xAAAA: External trip 1, Active with High Voltage; 0x9999: External trip 1: Active with Low Voltage;

38

Binary input 9 use

YX9Use

2

----

---

1

 

0x5555: Generic BI; 0xAAAA: External trip 2, Active with High Voltage; 0x9999: External trip 2: Active with Low Voltage;

39

Binary input 10 use

YX10Use

2

----

---

1

 

0x5555: Generic BI:;0xAAAA: External trip 3, Active with High Voltage; 0x9999: External trip 3: Active with Low Voltage;

40

Binary input 11 use

YX11Use

2

----

---

1

 

0x5555: Generic BI;0xAAAA: External trip 4, Active with High Voltage; 0x9999: External trip 4: Active with Low Voltage;

41

Binary input 12 use

YX12Use

2

----

---

1

 

0x5555: Generic BI; 0xAAAA: Thermal content zero clearing, Active with High Voltage; 0x9999: Thermal content zero clearing, Active with Low Voltage;

42

Binary input 13 use

YX13Use

2

----

---

1

 

0x5555: Generic BI; 0xAAAA: External block under-voltage protection, Active with High Voltage; 0x9999: External block under-voltage protection, Active with Low Voltage;

43

Binary input 14 use

YX14Use

2

----

---

1

 

0x5555: Generic BI; 0xAAAA: Test mode, Active with High Voltage; 0x9999: Test mode, Active with Low Voltage;

 

44

Binary input 15 use

YX15Use

2

Generic BI

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1

45

Binary input 16 use

YX16Use

2

Generic BI

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1

46

Binary input 17 use

YX17Use

2

Generic BI

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1

47

Binary input 18 use

YX18Use

2

Generic BIt

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1

48

Binary input 19 use

YX19Use

2

Generic BI

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1

 

0x5555: Generic BI; 0xAAAA: External revert, Active with High Voltage; 0x9999: External revert, Active with Low Voltage;

49

Binary input 20 use

YX20Use

2

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1

 

Fixed to FAIL: Control Circuit, Active with High Voltage

 

50

Binary input 21 use

YX21Use

2

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1

 

Fixed to unexpected signal, Active with High Voltage

 
 

Energy parameter (number: 1)

 

51

Pulse width

YMImpulseWidth

2

1-255ms

1ms

1

 

Output configuration (parameter number: 31)

 

52

Control open output pulse width

YKTZCKMK

2

100-60000

1ms

1

53

Control close output pulse width

YKHZCKMK

2

100-60000

1ms

1

 

Control close including remote close circuit breaker and remote check synchronization close

 

54

Remote open output

YKTZCK

2

00…00-11…11

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1

55

Remote close output

YKHZCK

2

00…00-11…11

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1

56

Binary output assigned to motor start_up over

DJQDJSCK

2

00…00-11…11

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1

57

Phase I>> output

GL1DCK

2

00…00-11…11

------

1

58

Phase I> output

GL2DCK

2

00…00-11…11

------

1

59

Zero sequence I>> output

LXGL1DCK

2

00…00-11…11

------

1

60

Zero sequence I> output

LXGL2DCK

2

00…00-11…11

------

1

61

Sensitive earth output

XDLJDCK

2

00…00-11…11

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1

62

Over voltage output

GDYCK

2

00…00-11…11

------

1

63

Under voltage output

DDYCK

2

00…00-11…11

------

1

64

Over-load stage I protection output

GFH1DCK

2

00…00-11…11

------

1

65

Over-load stage II protection output

GFH2DCK

2

00…00-11…11

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1

66

Over-load inverse time limitted output

GFHFSXCK

2

00…00-11…11

------

1

67

I2>> output

FXGL1CK

2

00…00-11…11

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1

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NSP783 Motor Protection and Monitoring Device Technical Manual

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Negative sequence I> output

 

FXGL2CK

2

00…00-11…11

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1

69

Negative sequence inverse time limitted output

FXFSXCK

2

00…00-11…11

------

1

70

Binary output assigned to external trip1

WBKRLTZ1CK

2

00…00-11…11

------

1

71

Binary output assigned to external trip2

WBKRLTZ2CK

2

00…00-11…11

------

1

72

Binary output assigned to external trip3

WBKRLTZ3CK

2

00…00-11…11

------

1

73

Binary output assigned to external trip4

WBKRLTZ4CK

2

00…00-11…11

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1

74

Rotor-locked output

 

ZZDZCK

2

00…00-11…11

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1

75

Binary

output

assigned

to

long

time

CQDCK

2

00…00-11…11

 

1

start_up

 

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76

Binary output assigned to thermal overload stage block

RGFHGJCK

2

00…00-11…11

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1

77

Binary output assigned to thermal overload stage block

RGFHBSCK

2

00…00-11…11

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1

78

Binary output assigned to thermal overload stage trip

RGFHDZCK

2

00…00-11…11

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1

79

Binary

output

assigned

to

reverse

FXLSCK

2

00…00-11…11

 

1

interlocking

 

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