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MiCOM

P543, P544,
P545, P546
Current Differential Relay
Software Versions 41 and 51
Hardware Suffix K

Technical Manual
P54x/EN M/J74

Note:

The technical manual for this device gives instructions for its installation, commissioning, and
operation. However, the manual cannot cover all conceivable circumstances or include detailed
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CONTENTS
Safety Section

P54x/EN SS/D11

SS

Update Documentation

P54x/EN AD/xxx

N/A

Section 1

Introduction

P54x/EN IT/G74

IT

Section 2

Technical Data

P54x/EN TD/J74

TD

Section 3

Getting Started

P54x/EN GS/B74

GS

Section 4

Settings

P54x/EN ST/B74

ST

Section 5

Operation

P54x/EN OP/B74

OP

Section 6

Application Notes

P54x/EN AP/J74

AP

Section 7

Programmable Logic

P54x/EN PL/B74

PL

Section 8

Measurements and Recording

P54x/EN MR/B74

MR

Section 9

Firmware Design

P54x/EN FD/I74

FD

Section 10

Commissioning

P54x/EN CM/I74

CM

Section 11

Maintenance

P54x/EN MT/I74

MT

Section 12

Troubleshooting

P54x/EN TS/G74

TS

Section 13

SCADA Communications

P54x/EN SC/I74

SC

Section 14

Symbols and Glossary

P54x/EN SG/B74

SG

Section 15

Installation

P54x/EN IN/G74

IN

Section 16

Firmware and Service Manual Version History

P54x/EN VH/I74

VH

Index

Index

Documentation Update

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Page 1 of 6

DOCUMENTATION UPDATE FROM VERSIONS 0040 AND 0050K TO 0041 AND


0051K
Since versions 0400 and 0050K (P54x/EN M/I64), several changes on existing features have been
amended or added. These are described below:
Document Ref.

Section

Page No.

Description
EC declaration of conformity

P54x/EN IT/G74

Latest version to reflect relay software


MiCOM documentation structure

1.

Paragraph 1 : amended
Product Scope
P543 and P545 features description :
updated

3.

P544 and P546 features description :


updated
Functional overview
Row 2 of table : feature description amended

Data in row 3 of table : added


ANSI code 78 : added to table

3.1

9 - 10

P54x/EN TD/J74

Functional diagram : updated


High break contacts

Data added
Out of step

Data added
Fault locator

Data added : after disturbance records


InterMiCOM64 fiber optic teleprotection
Paragraph 2 : amended

Table : re-written
Througout

15 - 16

0.10500.00/In changed to
0.05500.00/In
Aided scheme 1

16

Send on trip data added


Out of step

19

Data added

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Document Ref.

Section

Page No.

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Continued

Description
Supervision

19

P54x/EN ST/B74

VTS mode data added


Relay settings configuration

1.1

ANSI code 78 : added to PowerSwing Block


description
Line parameters

10
1.3.1

12 - 13

Line impedance minimum setting : changed


from 0.1/I to 0.05/In
Fault resistance minimum setting : changed
from 0.1/I to 0.05/In
Distance elements (only for models with
distance option)

16 - 19

1.3.3

Throughout section : minimum setting


changed from 0.1/I to 0.05/In

17

R3 Ph. Res Rev. : description amended

18

R3 Gnd. Res Rev. : description amended


Scheme logic (basic and aided scheme
logic). Only in models with distance
option

1.3.5

23

AIDED SCHEME 1 : Send on trip data


added
Power swing blocking

1.3.6

27 - 28

OST Mode, Z5, Z6, Z5, Z6, R5, R6, R5,


R6, Blinder Angle, Delta t and Tost : data
added
Circuit breaker fail and undercurrent
function

1.3.16

39

< Current Set : description amended


Supervision (VTS, CTS, Inrush detection
and special weak infeed blocking)

1.3.17

40

VT SUPERVISION : VTS mode data added


System checks (check sync. function)
CS1 Phase angle minimum setting : changed
from 5 to 0

1.3.18

42

CS2 Phase angle minimum setting : changed


from 5 to 0

Documentation Update

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MiCOM P543, P544, P545, P546


Document Ref.

Section

Page 3 of 6
Page No.

Description

P54x/EN ST/B74

Auto-reclose function

Continued

1 Pole dead time minimum setting : changed


from 0.2s to 0.05s
1.3.19

42

Dead time 1 minimum setting : changed from


0.2s to 0.05s
System data

1.4.1

48

Software Ref. 1 and Software Ref. 2 :


software version updated
Communications settings for DNP3.0
protocol

1.4.7.3

56

Last 2 lines of table : added


Communications settings for Ethernet
port

1.4.7.4

56

P54x/EN OP/B74

NIC Link Timeout : description amended


Mesh corner and 1 breaker switched
substations

1.1.6

21 - 22

Relay calculations after Figure 10 : amended


Disabling/enabling differential protection

1.2

22

New section added


Differential relay compatibility with
previous versions
Paragraph 1 : re-written

1.3

23

Last paragraph : added


Pole dead logic

1.5.3

24

Paragraph 1 : re-written
Out of step detection and tripping

1.20

44

New section added


Out of step detection

1.20.1

44

New section added


Characteristic

1.20.1.1

44 - 45

New section added


Operating principle

1.20.1.2

45 - 46

New section added


Distance scheme POR - permissive
overreach transfer trip

1.23.2

58

Figure 37 : updated

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Section

Page No.

P54x/EN OP/B74
Continued

Description
Trip initiate signals

2.1.3.1

86

Paragraph re-written
Auto-reclose logic diagrams
Figure 66 : updated

2.1.8

92

Figure 67 : updated
Voltage transformer supervision - fuse fail
Paragraph 6 : added

2.4

105

Paragraph 7 : re-written
Differential CTS (no need of local voltage
measurements to declare CTS)

2.5.1

108

P54x/EN AP/J74

Paragraph before figure 79 : added


Out of step protection

2.2.16

20 - 21

New section added


Critical stability angle

2.2.17

21 - 22

New section added


Setting option recommendation

2.2.17.1

22 - 23

New section added


Blinder limits determination

2.2.17.2

23 - 25

New section added


Delta t, R5 and R6 setting determination

2.2.17.3

25

New section added


Tost (trip delay) setting

2.2.17.4

26

New section added


Blinder angle setting

2.2.17.5

26

New section added


Out of step operation on series
compensated lines

2.2.17.6

26 - 27

New section added


General setting guidelines for DEF
(directional ground overcurrent)

2.2.23

28

Setting data changed from : between 5 and


20% In to between 10 and 20% In

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Document Ref.

Section

Page 5 of 6
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P54x/EN PL/B74

Description
Description of logic nodes

21

DDB number 437 : data added

25

DDB numbers 550 - 555 : data added

26

DDB numbers 556 to 575 : data added


DDB numbers 807 to 831 : changed to 807
to 828

31
1.7

39 - 40

DDB numbers 829 - 831 : data added


DDB numbers 1375 - 1385 : data added
Factory default programmable scheme
logic
Data in table : updated

1.8

41

Note after table : added


Standard relay output contact mappings

1.10

44

Heading changed
Optional high break relay output contact
mappings

1.11

47 - 49

P54x/EN FD/I74

New section added


IRIG-B modulated or demodulated board
(optional)

1.1.5

Heading changed
Co-processor board

2.2

1st sentence : re-written


High break relay board

2.5.3

11 - 12

New section added


High break contact applications

2.5.3.1

12 - 13

New section added


Ethernet board
Last paragraph : added

2.8

14

P54x/EN CM/I74

Figure 5 : added
Out of step protection (if enabled)

6.2.7

43 - 44

New section added


Predictive OST setting

6.2.7.1

44

New section added


OST setting

6.2.7.2

45

New section added

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Document Ref.

Section

Page No.

P54x/EN CM/I74
Continued

Description
Predictive and OST setting

6.2.7.3

45

New section added


Tost timer test

6.2.7.4

45

New section added


Commissioning test record

10.

58 - 72

Amended to reflect latest relay software


Setting record

11.

73 - 104

P54x/EN IN/G74

Amended to reflect latest relay software


P54x external connection diagrams

8.

12 - 19

Figures 5 - 12 : descriptions updated

20 - 27

Figures 13 - 20 : added

P54x/EN VH/I74

Firmware and service manual version


history
-

Amended to reflect latest relay software

INDEX
A

Broken conductor
(ST) 4-4, 30
(OP) 5-83, 108
(AP) 6-36 - 37, 60
(CM) 10-74, 94

Access level
(GS) 3-9, 11, 13, 15
(ST) 4-49, 53
(MR) 8-12
(CM) 10-13, 57, 79
Advanced setting mode
(ST) 4-12
(OP) 5-33
(AP) 6-14
Aided scheme
(ST) 4-4, 21, 23 - 25, 32 - 33
(OP) 5-23, 49, 51 - 52, 65 - 66, 74, 85, 90
(AP) 6-28, 39, 50
(CM) 10-35, 42 - 43, 45- 48, 56, 68
Aided tripping logic
(OP) 5-51, 54
Alarms
(GS) 3-4, 9, 11, 13
(ST) 4-49, 52
(FD) 9-17
Auto-reclose
(GS) 3-3
(ST) 4-5, 9, 25, 34, 44, 46, 50, 57 - 58, 60
(OP) 5-23, 46, 49, 65, 74, 85 - 99, 103 - 104,
109 - 110, 118
(AP) 6-27, 37, 49, 58 - 61
(CM) 10-8, 10, 50, 68, 75, 100
Auto-reclose mode
(OP) 5-87, 90
Auxiliary supply
(OP) 5-109, 124
(AP) 6-54, 56, 64
(CM) 10-15, 18 - 21, 28 - 31, 33, 59, 63 - 64
(MT) 11-5 - 6
(IN) 15-7

C
Capacitive charging current
(ST) 4-19, 21
(OP) 5-16, 18
(AP) 6-9 - 11
(CM) 10-55
Case dimensions
(IN) 15-9 - 10
CB healthy
(ST) 4-45, 50
(OP) 5-85, 87 - 88, 117
(AP) 6-58, 60
(CM) 10-74, 100
Change of state
(MR) 8-4
Channel aided scheme
(OP) 5-23, 51
(AP) 6-28
Check synchronization
(ST) 4-9, 42, 46
Slip frequency
(ST) 4-42 - 43
(OP) 5-98 - 101
Synchronism
(ST) 4-46
(OP) 5-87 - 89, 91, 98 - 100, 103, 117
(AP) 6-22, 59
System checks
(ST) 4-5, 42, 46
(OP) 5-91, 98 - 101, 103
(CM) 10-75, 99, 101
System split

Basic scheme
(ST) 4-21 - 23
(OP) 5-40 - 41, 65, 67
(AP) 6-19 - 20, 30
(CM) 10-56
Battery
(GS) 3-4, 6
(ST) 4-51, 61
(OP) 5-109, 124
(FD) 9-5, 8, 10, 17, 20 - 22
(CM) 10-19 - 21, 28, 30 - 31, 33, 42, 46, 74
(MT) 11-5 - 6
(IN) 15-4 - 5
Binary inputs (see Opto inputs)

(ST) 4-43 - 44
(OP) 5-99 - 102
Circuit breaker condition monitoring
(ST) 4-59
(OP) 5-113 - 115
(AP) 6-61
Circuit breaker control
(ST) 4-44, 47 - 50
(OP) 5-116, 119 - 120
Circuit breaker fail
(ST) 4-5, 38 - 39
(OP) 5-80
(AP) 6-36
Circuit breaker state monitoring
(OP) 5-109 - 110
Cleaning
(MT) 11-6

Index

Clock source
(ST) 4-7
(OP) 5-132 - 134, 143
(AP) 6-38
(CM) 10-84
Commissioning tests
(ST) 4-5, 57
(OP) 5-30, 37, 86
(CM) 10-7 - 8, 38, 51, 70
(IN) 15-4
Commissioning test record
(CM) 10-58
Monitor bits
(CM) 10-9, 47
Communications
(GS) 3-5, 9, 16, 18 - 19
(ST) 4-5 - 6, 7 - 8, 40 - 41, 47, 49, 54 - 57, 62
(CM) 10-9, 14, 20, 22 - 27, 29 - 32, 35, 45, 48, 50,
52 - 53, 62 - 63, 69, 79
(MT) 11-3
(SC) 13-5 - 8, 10 - 12, 19 - 21, 24, 26 - 29
Communications interface
(FD) 9-11
(SC) 13-5
Courier
(GS) 3-7, 14 - 16
(CM) 10-7 - 9, 22 - 24, 62, 79
(SC) 13-5, 7 - 8, 10 - 12, 14 - 17, 19 - 20
DNP3.0 communication
(SC) 13-9, 21
DNP3.0 interface
(SC) 13-21
EIA(RS)485 interface
(FD) 9-11
(SC) 13-5
Ethernet
(GS) 3-5
(ST) 4-48, 56
(SC) 13-11, 24, 26, 29
(IN) 15-8
Ethernet board
(FD) 9-5, 14, 22
Ethernet port
(IN) 15-8
Fiber optic converter
(SC) 13-10, 14
GOOSE
(ST) 4-64
(SC) 13-26, 28 - 29
GOOSE input
(PL) 7-12
GOOSE output
(PL) 7-12
IEC 61850
(GS) 3-5, 7
(ST) 4-48, 56, 64
(SC) 13-24 - 29

Index

IRIG-B
(ST) 4-51, 56
(CM) 10-19 - 20, 74
(IN) 15-8
IRIG-B board
(FD) 9-5, 13, 22
Jabber
(SC) 13-6
K-BUS
(CM) 10-14, 22 - 23
(SC) 13-5, 7 - 8, 11 - 12, 14
Rear port
(GS) 3-7, 19
(ST) 4-6, 48, 54 - 55, 57
(MR) 8-5, 8
(FD) 9-5
(CM) 10-24
(SC) 13-5, 7 - 13, 16 - 17
SCADA
(CM) 10-22 - 23
(SC) 13-5, 7
Second rear communications
(FD) 9-13
(CM) 10-23 - 24
(SC) 13-11
Configuration
(GS) 3-4, 6, 8 - 9, 13, 15
(ST) 4-3, 5 - 10, 20, 26 - 27, 32 - 33, 47, 61 - 63, 65
Connection diagrams
(CM) 10-21
(IN) 15-12
Contacts (see also Output relays)
(GS) 3-5
(ST) 4-20, 37, 50, 57 - 58, 66
(FD) 9-5, 11 - 13, 15, 19, 22
(CM) 10-8 - 10, 16, 18 - 20, 22, 35 - 37, 39 - 40, 47, 59
Contact test
(ST) 4-58
(CM) 10-8, 10, 22, 47 - 48
Control inputs
(GS) 3-4, 12
(ST) 4-5, 61 - 62
(OP) 5-123 - 124
(CM) 10-18, 75
(SC) 13-22
Courier (see Communications)
CT ratio
(ST) 4-20
(OP) 5-17 - 18
(AP) 6-11 - 12, 17, 30 - 31, 41, 43 - 44, 47
(CM) 10-25 - 26, 54, 58, 65, 73
CT ratio correction
(OP) 5-17 - 18
(AP) 6-11 - 12
Current reversal guard
(ST) 4-17, 19, 23
(OP) 5-56, 60 - 62
(AP) 6-29

Current transformer supervision


(ST) 4-19, 21, 40
(OP) 5-23, 106 - 107
(AP) 6-60

Directional overcurrent protection


(ST) 4-29
(OP) 5-70, 74
Discrimination timer

Current transformers
(OP) 5-17, 127

(OP) 5-91
Disposal

Current transformer requirements


(AP) 6-62

(MT) 11-6
Distance polarizing
(OP) 5-49
(CM) 10-88

Distance protection
Date and time
(GS) 3-11
(ST) 4-51, 53
(MR) 8-12
(CM) 10-19 - 20, 59, 74
(MT) 11-6
(SC) 13-19
Dead time

(FD) 9-8, 18
Distance setup
(ST) 4-11 - 12, 17 - 18
(OP) 5-49
(AP) 6-18
(CM) 10-39 - 40, 87
Disturbance recorder
(GS) 3-7 - 8, 14
(ST) 4-3, 5, 65 - 66
(MR) 8-6, 8 - 9
(FD) 9-7, 17 - 18, 20

(ST) 4-44 - 46
(OP) 5-85 - 88, 91
(AP) 6-27, 49, 58 - 60
(CM) 10-100 - 101

Disturbance records

Default display

(GS) 3-4, 7, 16
(ST) 4-55
(MR) 8-8 - 9
(FD) 9-13, 20 - 21
(CM) 10-57, 71

(GS) 3-3 - 4, 9, 11, 13 - 14


(ST) 4-53
(MR) 8-12
(CM) 10-79
Default mappings
(GS) 3-5
Default programmable scheme logic

DNP3.0 communication (see Communications)


Documentation structure
(IT) 1-3

(PL) 7-40
De-ionizing time
(AP) 6-59
Delta directional
(ST) 4-16, 59
(OP) 5-29, 33, 35, 37 - 38
(AP) 6-18
(CM) 10-11
Differential CTS
(OP) 5-23, 107 - 108
(AP) 6-60 - 61
Differential protection
(FD) 9-5, 18
Digital filtering
(AP) 6-18
Dimensions
(IN) 15-5, 9 - 10
Direct trip
(OP) 5-140
(AP) 6-36
Directional earth fault
(ST) 4-4, 32 - 33, 45
(OP) 5-11, 74 - 75
(AP) 6-7, 14, 31 - 32
(CM) 10-45
Directional function
(ST) 4-32

E
Earth connection
(IN) 15-8
Earth fault protection (Ground fault)
(ST) 4-4, 33, 45
(OP) 5-50, 73 - 74, 90
(AP) 6-14, 31 - 32, 36, 50
EIA(RS)485 interface (see Communications)
Environmental conditions (EMC) (see Technical data)
Error code
(TS) 12-3 - 6
Error message
(TS) 12-4, 6
ESD
(MR) 8-7
Ethernet (see Communications)
Event records
(GS) 3-9, 15
(ST) 4-49
(MR) 8-3, 6
(FD) 9-17
(SC) 13-17
Event filtering
(MR) 8-7

Index

Excessive fault frequency


(ST) 4-60
(OP) 5-91
(AP) 6-61

GOOSE (see Communications)


GOOSE input (see Communications)
GOOSE output (see Communications)
GPS
(ST) 4-8
(OP) 5-13 - 16, 23, 129, 131, 145 - 147
(CM) 10-33 - 34, 84 - 85

F
Factory default PSL (see Programmable scheme logic)
Failure of opto-isolated inputs

Ground distance
(ST) 4-13, 17
(OP) 5-26, 34 - 35
(AP) 6-15, 50, 53

(TS) 12-7
Failure of output contacts
(TS) 12-7

Ground fault protection (see Earth fault)

Fault locator
(ST) 4-9 - 10
(FD) 9-20
(CM) 10-55
Fault record
(GS) 3-4, 7, 9, 11, 13
(ST) 4-47, 49, 52, 65
(OP) 5-124 - 125, 127
(MR) 8-3, 5 - 9
(FD) 9-17, 20
(SC) 13-16 - 17

H
Handling of electronic equipment
(IN) 15-3
Hardware overview
(FD) 9-5
Hardware suffix
(VH) 16-1
High break

Fiber optic converter (see Communications)


Field voltage supply

(FD) 9-11 - 13
Hotkeys

(FD) 9-21
(CM) 10-21

(ST) 4-5, 49, 65


(OP) 5-116, 121

Filtering
(OP) 5-16, 19 - 20, 39, 124
(MR) 8-7
(FD) 9-7, 10, 18 - 19
Fixed demand
(ST) 4-53
(MR) 8-11 - 13
Force 3 pole trip
(OP) 5-97
Fourier filtering
(FD) 9-19
Front panel user interface
(GS) 3-7, 9 - 10, 13
(ST) 4-53
(MR) 8-12
(CM) 10-15
Front view
(GS) 3-3
Function keys
(GS) 3-3 - 4
(ST) 4-62
(OP) 5-109, 121 - 122
(FD) 9-5
Function key properties
(PL) 7-13

(GS) 3-11 - 12

I
IEC curve
(OP) 5-69
IEC 60870-5-103 (see Communications)
IEC 61850 (see Communications)
IEEE C37.94
(CM) 10-32
IMx command type
(AP) 6-38
IMx fallback mode
(OP) 5-142
(AP) 6-39
Initial problem identification
(TS) 12-3
Input labels
(ST) 4-5, 47, 64
(CM) 10-75, 101
Input signal properties
(PL) 7-12
Inrush detection
(ST) 4-39, 41
(OP) 5-109
(CM) 10-99

G
Gate properties
(PL) 7-16

Index

Hotkey menu navigation

Getting started
(GS) 3-3

Insulation resistance tests


(CM) 10-17 - 18, 27 - 29, 31, 33
Interface units
(CM) 10-26 - 27, 29, 31, 33, 52 - 53

InterMiCOM

64

(ST) 4-4, 6 - 7, 9
(OP) 5-139 - 143
(AP) 6-38 - 39
(PL) 7-38
(CM) 10-11, 19, 26 - 30, 32, 47, 75
IRIG-B (see Communications)

M
Maintenance checks
(MT) 11-3
Maintenance period
(MT) 11-3
Method of repair

IRIG-B board (see Communications)

(MT) 11-4
Maintenance reports

(MR) 8-5 - 6
Measurements

Jabber (see Communications)

(GS) 3-7, 16
(ST) 4-53
(OP) 5-17, 22, 36, 81, 107, 144
(AP) 6-28, 31, 33, 37, 53
(MR) 8-3, 5, 10 - 15
(FD) 9-7, 17 - 18
(CM) 10-15, 25 - 28, 30, 32, 34, 53 - 56, 70

K
K-BUS (see Communications)

Menu navigation
(GS) 3-10 - 12

Language
(IT) 1-10
(GS) 3-4, 8, 14
(ST) 4-47 - 48
(SC) 13-11

Menu structure
(GS) 3-3, 7 - 9, 11
Mesh corner
(OP) 5-21
(AP) 6-13

LCD contrast
(GS) 3-4
(ST) 4-6
(CM) 10-19, 59, 75
Line parameters
(ST) 4-10, 12, 23
(OP) 5-23
(AP) 6-14
(CM) 10-40 - 41, 87
Load avoidance
(OP) 5-39
(AP) 6-18, 49 - 50
Load blinder
(ST) 4-15
(OP) 5-32, 35, 39 - 40, 42, 46
(AP) 6-15, 19, 24
(CM) 10-40, 66, 88

Mho expansion
(ST) 4-15
(OP) 5-31
MiCOM S1
(GS) 3-14, 16 - 17, 20 - 21
(PL) 7-7 - 8
Monitor bits (see Commissioning tests)
Mounting
(TD) 2-1
(IN) 15-5 - 6
MOV
(AP) 6-26 - 27
Multiplexer link
(OP) 5-132 - 133
Mutual compensation

Local contact list

(ST) 4-10 - 11
(OP) 5-26, 38, 124, 126 - 127
(AP) 6-14

(TS) 12-11
Logic gates
(SG) 14-9

Mutual cutoff
(OP) 5-27

Logic symbols
(SG) 14-1
Logic timers
(SG) 14-7
Loopback mode
(CM) 10-8, 11, 27, 29 - 30, 32, 35 - 36, 52
Loss of load
(ST) 4-25 - 26
(OP) 5-64, 66 - 68
(AP) 6-30

N
Negative sequence overcurrent
(ST) 4-4, 30
(OP) 5-76
(AP) 6-32
Neutral voltage displacement (see also residual voltage)
(ST) 4-35
(AP) 6-34, 53

Index

Overvoltage protection

(ST) 4-4, 36
(OP) 5-77 - 80
(AP) 6-33, 35

Offset Mho
(OP) 5-32
Offset quadrilateral
(OP) 5-33

Oil circuit breakers


(AP) 6-61
On-load checks
(CM) 10-47, 54, 70
Open delta
(AP) 6-14, 53
Optical budgets
(OP) 5-128, 132, 145
(AP) 6-37
Optical fiber
(OP) 5-128 - 129, 131 - 133
(AP) 6-38
(CM) 10-26 - 28, 30, 32, 34, 52 - 53, 70
Opto inputs
(GS) 3-6
(ST) 4-37, 47 - 48, 61, 66
(OP) 5-21, 59, 77, 90, 122, 124
(AP) 6-54 - 56
(MR) 8-4, 9
(FD) 9-10
(CM) 10-21
Opto signal properties
(PL) 7-11

(IT) 1-10
(IN) 15-6
Password entry
(GS) 3-9, 13
Password protection
(GS) 3-9, 13
(CM) 10-15
Permissive intertrip
(OP) 5-143
Permissive scheme
(OP) 5-58 - 59, 63, 66, 139
(AP) 6-29, 38
(CM) 10-41 - 42, 46, 67 - 68
Phase correction
(OP) 5-19
(AP) 6-12, 42, 45
Phase differential
(ST) 4-19 - 20
(OP) 5-11, 143
(AP) 6-9
(CM) 10-55
Phase overcurrent protection

OST
(OP) 5-44, 46
(AP) 6-21 - 23, 25 - 27
Predictive OST
(OP) 5-44, 46
(AP) 6-21 - 23, 25 - 26
Out of service LED
(CM) 10-20
(TS) 12-3, 5, 7
Out of step
(ST) 4-4, 26 - 27
(OP) 5-43 - 46, 140
(AP) 6-20, 22 - 27
(CM) 10-43 - 44, 67
Output relays
(ST) 4-47, 49, 57 - 58
(FD) 9-7, 10
(CM) 10-9 - 10, 21 - 22, 48, 50, 60
(MT) 11-3
Output contacts
(TD) 2-1 - 2, 12
Output labels
(ST) 4-5, 47
(CM) 10-75, 102
Output relay board
(FD) 9-11
Output signal properties
(PL) 7-12

Index

Panel mounting

(ST) 4-4, 30
(OP) 5-68
IDMT
(OP) 5-68 - 69, 71, 77 - 79
Time dial
(ST) 4-20, 29, 31, 34
(OP) 5-69
Time multiplier setting
(ST) 4-20, 28 - 29, 31, 35, 37 - 38
(OP) 5-69, 77 - 79
Phase rotation
(ST) 4-10 - 11
(OP) 5-23
(CM) 10-14, 18, 54, 58, 70, 87
Phase selection
(OP) 5-28 - 30, 42, 125 - 126
Pole dead
(ST) 4-24, 37, 39, 44, 46, 52
(OP) 5-23 - 26, 49, 77, 81, 86 - 88, 104 - 105
(AP) 6-59
Pole discrepancy
(OP) 5-66, 85 - 86, 98
POR (see also aided scheme or permissive scheme)
(ST) 4-23
(OP) 5-17, 55 - 58, 62
(AP) 6-29, 46, 48, 51
(CM) 10-41 - 42
Power supply
(TD) 2-1 - 2, 4

Power supply board


(FD) 9-5, 10 - 11
Power swing
(ST) 4-4, 15, 26 - 27
(OP) 5-42 - 44, 46
(AP) 6-7, 8, 18, 20, 22, 59
(CM) 10-11, 97
Power swing blocking
(ST) 4-4, 26 - 27
(OP) 5-43 - 44
(AP) 6-8
Power swing detection
(ST) 4-26 - 27
(OP) 5-42 - 43, 46
(CM) 10-11
Power up errors
(TS) 12-3
Product scope
(IT) 1-6
Programmable scheme logic (PSL)
(GS) 3-3, 7
(ST) 4-6, 9, 41, 50, 62 - 64
(AP) 6-19, 51, 53
(PL) 7-7, 12, 40, 52, 63, 75, 85, 97, 109, 122, 133
(MR) 8-5
(FD) 9-19
PSL editor
(PL) 7-7 - 8
PSL editor troubleshooting
(TS) 12-9
PUR (see also aided scheme or permissive scheme)
(ST) 4-23

Reactance line
(ST) 4-16 - 17
(OP) 5-32 - 34, 38, 45
(AP) 6-17, 25
Re-calibration
(MT) 11-5
Receive logic
(OP) 5-51, 53, 62
Reclaim time
(ST) 4-45
(OP) 5-85, 87 - 88, 90 - 91
(AP) 6-60 - 61
(CM) 10-100
Record control
(ST) 4-5, 52
(OP) 5-124
(MR) 8-6 - 7
Records
(GS) 3-4, 7, 9, 13, 15 - 17
(ST) 4-49, 55
(OP) 5-113, 127
(MR) 8-3, 5 - 9
(CM) 10-7, 13, 52, 57, 71
Relay alarm conditions
(MR) 8-4
Remote control
(OP) 5-117
(SC) 13-5
Repair and modification authorization form (RMA)
(TS) 12-10
Repair and modification procedure
(TS) 12-10
Reset characteristic

(ST) 4-29, 31, 34


(OP) 5-69

Quadrilateral element
(OP) 5-28, 32
Quadrilateral ground resistive reach
(OP) 5-35
(AP) 6-17
Quadrilateral phase resistive reach
(OP) 5-35
(AP) 6-17

Residual compensation
(ST) 4-10, 12, 18 - 19, 25
(OP) 5-26 - 28, 31 - 32, 34, 45, 65
(AP) 6-14, 47
Residual overvoltage
(ST) 4-4, 35 - 36
(OP) 5-79 - 80
(AP) 6-34 - 35, 53
Residual voltage

R
Rack mounting
(IN) 15-5
Ratings
(TD) 2-2
(GS) 3-6
(AP) 6-12, 64
(CM) 10-7, 22, 48
(MT) 11-3 - 5
Rear port (see Communications)

(ST) 4-35
(OP) 5-50 - 51, 74 - 75, 79
(AP) 6-28, 31 - 32, 34 - 35, 53, 60
Restore defaults
(ST) 4-3, 6
(SC) 13-22
Right hand resistive reach
(OP) 5-35
Rolling demand
(ST) 4-53
(MR) 8-10, 12

Rear view
(GS) 3-6

Index

Storage

(TD) 2-3
(CM) 10-19
(IN) 15-3 - 4

SCADA (see Communications)


Second rear communications (see Communications)
Self testing & diagnostics

Stub bus
(OP) 5-22

(FD) 9-21
Self-check

Supervision
(ST) 4-5, 19, 21, 28 - 32, 34, 39, 40
(OP) 5-23, 71, 74, 76, 104, 106 - 108
(AP) 6-19, 53 - 56, 60
(FD) 9-17
(CM) 10-38, 43, 47, 50, 75, 99

(CM) 10-7
Send logic
(OP) 5-51, 53, 55 - 56, 58, 60, 62 - 64
(AP) 6-28 - 30
Sensitive earth fault (SEF)
(ST) 4-4, 33 - 34, 39, 46, 51
(OP) 5-73
(AP) 6-31, 36
Sequence components
(ST) 4-11
(OP) 5-23, 124

Synchronism (see Check synchronization)


Synchronous polarization
(OP) 5-71
System checks (see Check synchronization)
System data
(GS) 3-9, 13
(ST) 4-48
(OP) 5-117, 121
(CM) 10-7, 21, 25, 73

Sequence counter
(OP) 5-88
Sequence voltages and currents
(MR) 8-10

System split (see Check synchronization)

Setting changes
(GS) 3-8, 11, 13 - 14
(ST) 4-52
(MR) 8-6 - 7
(FD) 9-17
Setting groups
(GS) 3-4, 12
(OP) 5-107, 122
(MR) 8-6
(CM) 10-73
Setting record
(CM) 10-7, 13 - 15, 50, 73
Simple setting mode
(OP) 5-33
(AP) 6-48
SIR setting
(ST) 4-15
(CM) 10-88
SK5 port
(SC) 13-30
Slip frequency (see Check synchronization)
Software overview
(FD) 9-6
Software version
(ST) 4-48
(VH) 16-1, 31, 34 - 36
Standard CTS
(ST) 4-40
(OP) 5-107 - 108
(AP) 6-60
Static test mode
(OP) 5-30, 37
(CM) 10-10 - 11, 38, 43

Index

T
Technical data
(TD) 2-1
(CM) 10-7
Type tests
(TD) 2-3
Teed feeder protection
(AP) 6-50
Teleprotection
(ST) 4-6 - 7
(OP) 5-139 - 142
(AP) 6-38
Terminals
(TD) 2-1 - 4
(ST) 4-20
(OP) 5-12, 84, 133 - 134
(AP) 6-50 - 53
(IN) 15-7 - 8
Test mode
(ST) 4-57 - 59, 64
(OP) 5-30, 37, 113
(CM) 10-8 - 11, 20 - 22, 27 - 30, 32, 38, 43, 47 - 48,
50, 57, 84
Test pattern
(ST) 4-58 - 59, 64
(CM) 10-8, 10 - 11, 22, 27 - 30, 32, 84
Test port
(ST) 4-57 - 58
(FD) 9-8
(CM) 10-8 - 9, 36 - 37, 47 - 48
Thermal overload
(ST) 4-4, 36
(OP) 5-71 - 73
(AP) 6-30

Tilt

W
(ST) 4-16 - 17
(OP) 5-34, 38, 45
(AP) 6-17
(CM) 10-88 - 89

Watchdog contacts
(FD) 9-11
(CM) 10-18 - 19, 59
(MT) 11-4

Time alignment
(ST) 4-8
(OP) 5-13 - 14, 16, 130

Weak infeed
(ST) 4-23 - 24, 39, 41
(OP) 5-39, 56, 58 - 59, 81, 84
(AP) 6-17, 29
(CM) 10-92, 99

Timer properties
(PL) 7-15
Toggle
(ST) 4-62 - 63
(OP) 5-109
Trip circuit supervision (TCS)

Weight
(TD) 2-1
Wiring
(GS) 3-6
(CM) 10-7, 15, 17 - 18, 27 - 29, 31, 33, 52 - 54, 57, 59,
63 - 64, 70
(MT) 11-3 - 4
(SC) 13-7
(IN) 15-5, 7

(AP) 6-53
Troubleshooting
(MT) 11-4
Type tests (see Technical data)

Undercurrent
(ST) 4-26, 37 - 39
(OP) 5-77, 80 - 81
(AP) 6-36
Undervoltage protection
(ST) 4-37
(OP) 5-77 - 78
(AP) 6-33
Universal opto isolated logic inputs (see Opto inputs)
User interfaces

Zone 1 extension
(ST) 4-25
(OP) 5-27, 59, 64 - 65
(AP) 6-47
(CM) 10-41 - 42, 67
Zone reaches
(ST) 4-10, 12
(OP) 5-37
(AP) 6-16

(GS) 3-3, 7
(FD) 9-5, 7 - 8, 17
Unpacking
(IN) 15-4

V
Virtual inputs
(PL) 7-12
(SC) 13-28
Virtual outputs
(PL) 7-12
Visual inspection
(CM) 10-15, 27, 29, 31, 33, 59, 62, 64, 66 - 67
Voltage protection
(ST) 4-4, 36 - 37, 39
(OP) 5-77 - 80
(AP) 6-33, 35, 53
(CM) 10-98
VT connections
(AP) 6-53
VT ratio
(ST) 4-5, 47, 51
(OP) 5-23, 99, 104
(AP) 6-41, 44, 47
(CM) 10-25 - 26, 54 - 55, 58, 65, 73, 75
VT supervision
(ST) 4-29 - 30, 32, 34

Index

Index

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