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Types KCGG 122, 142,

KCEG 112, 142, 152, 242 and


KCEU 142, 242
Overcurrent Protection

T&D
Protection & Control
Types KCGG 122, 142, KCEG 112, 142, 152, 242
and KCEU 142, 242 Overcurrent Protection

Figure 1: Relay type KCEG

Features Introduction
Compact multi-function numerical Two setting groups The K Range of overcurrent relays
relay provides comprehensive protection
Extensive measurement facilities
for phase and earth faults, together
Versions with integral
Fault records for the last five faults with measurements,
directionality (KCEG and KCEU)
Integral disturbance recorder communications, control and
Versions with wattmetric recording facilities.
accessible from a remote PC
protection (KCEU)
Integral event recorder accessible Within the range, the KCGG relays
Serial communications provide non-directional overcurrent
from a remote PC
Comprehensive protection and earth fault protection, while the
Circuit breaker maintenance KCEG and KCEU relays allow each
functions including:
alarm stage of protection to be selectively
3 stage overcurrent
Phase segregated outputs directionalised.
3 stage earth fault
The relays in the range are
restricted earth fault
designed to operate with a wide
up to 9 IDMT curves including range of ac or dc auxiliary power
IEC, ANSI/IEEE supplies. If a secure supply is not
thermal overload alarm and available, the KCEG 242 and
trip KCEU 242 models can be powered
underfrequency from either an auxiliary supply (ac
or dc) or from the CT circuit. Thus in
undercurrent
the event of auxiliary supply failure,
breaker failure tripping functions will remain
undervoltage operational.
rectifier protection
broken conductor detection

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Features per model KCGG KCGG KCEG KCEG KCEG KCEG KCEU KCEU
122 142 112 142 152 242 142 242
Selective directional phase elements
Selective directional earth elements
Sensitive earth fault with wattmetric element
Rectifier protection curve
Thermal protection
Broken conductor detection
Dedicated breaker fail protection
Undervoltage
Under frequency
IEC/IEEE/ANSI curves 1 1
Phased output contacts
Cold load pick up
CB maintenance
Remote CB control
Disturbance recorder
Event recorder - last 50 records
Fault recorder - last 5 full records
Load shedding by level
Single phase watts and vars
Thermal ammeter
Peak thermal demand

Table 1: Relay models available Note 1: IEC curves only

Models Available
KCGG 122 KCEG 152
Single phase overcurrent and/or Three phase overcurrent and
earth fault relay directional earth fault relay (external
Vo connection)
KCGG 142
Three phase overcurrent and earth KCEG 242
fault relay Self powered three phase
directional overcurrent and
KCGG 142 02
directional earth fault relay
KCGG 142 relay with a reduced
number of inputs and outputs. KCEU 142
With 3 opto inputs and 4 output Directional three phase overcurrent
contacts, this relay is supplied and directional sensitive earth fault
preconfigured or with customer with wattmetric element
specified settings
KCEU 242
KCEG 112 Self powered three phase
Directional earth fault relay directional overcurrent and
directional sensitive earth fault with
KCEG 142
wattmetric element
Three phase directional overcurrent
and directional earth fault relay

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Application Functions
The KCGG, KCEG and KCEU Ith
Phase fault protection
overcurrent relays can be used in all TC
applications where overcurrent Figure 2 shows the characteristics of
protection is required, eg. radial the three phase overcurrent elements I>
(I>, I>> and I>>>), their respective

Time
and ring circuits, and single and
time delays (t>, t>> and t>>>), the t>
parallel feeders. Furthermore, the I>>
integral starting elements can be undercurrent element (I<), and the t >>
I< I>>>
used to provide non-cascade thermal overload element with its t >>>
operation and busbar protection, respective time constant setting (TC).
with additional directional zone For KCGG and KCEG relays the Current
feeder protection available in KCEG first phase element (I>/t>) in the Multiple IDMT curves or definite time operation
and KCEU relays. relay has a choice of nine inverse for phase and earth fault low sets.
Thermal and restricted earth fault and one definite time characteristic Two independent high set stages with definite
protection is also provided for lines as shown in Figure 17. time operation for both phase and earth fault
elements.
and transformers. KCGG and KCEG For KCEU relays, the first phase
relays, when used with the rectifier element has a choice of five curves Undercurrent element for breaker fail and the
IDMT curve, can provide full auto-resetting of flags.
(as per KCGG and KCEG less
protection of silicon rectifiers. rectifier and ANSI/IEEE curves) and
KCEU relays can be used to provide one definite time characteristic.
directional overcurrent and sensitive The first element has a reset timer to Figure 2:
earth fault protection for insulated Overcurrent characteristic
assist faster clearance of intermittent
power systems or systems that are recurrent faults. There are two other
earthed through an arc-suppression elements [(I>>/t>>) and (I>>>/ Directional elements
coil. (For arc suppression earthed t>>>)] for each phase function, (KCEG and KCEU)
systems (Petersen Coil) see which can be selectively disabled if
publication R6537.) not required. Directional phase overcurrent
elements are polarised by the
Undervoltage and underfrequency
Thermal overload protection quadrature phase-phase voltage.
protection will operate for changes
The thermal overload element is a The phase directional elements are
in system conditions or can be used
true I2 characteristic, with also provided with synchronous
to provide other protection and
adjustable alarm and trip polarization which is maintained
control functions.
thresholds. The thermal state is after the voltage collapses so that
stored in non-volatile memory. decisive operation is ensured.
For KCEG 142/242 and KCEU
Earth fault protection relays, the polarizing voltage
The earth fault elements are (3Vo) is internally derived from the
designated (Io>/to>), (Io>>/to>>) three phase voltages applied to the
and (Io>>>/to>>>), and their relay. In the case of the
respective time delays are (to>, KCEG 112/152, the polarizing
to>>, to>>>). voltage must be externally derived
from an open delta winding on the
The choice of characteristic curves
line voltage transformers or via a
for the first earth fault element is as
voltage transformer in the earth
described above for the phase fault
path. The earth fault elements are
protection.
provided with the same range of
In addition to the above earth fault time and current settings.
element the KCEU incorporates an
additional wattmetric characteristic. Undercurrent elements and
Setting the wattmetric power three phase loss of load
threshold (Po) to zero disables this Two undercurrent elements are
characteristic and the element provided, one for phase faults (I<)
reverts to the standard directional and one for earth fault (Io<).
characteristic as described below.
When set, the wattmetric power The phase fault undercurrent
characteristic affects the directional element can be used for loss of load
control signal of all earth elements, detection.
Io>, Io>>, Io>>>, Io start.

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Circuit breaker failure and Underfrequency Broken conductor detection
back-trip (KCGG and KCEG)
The relay can provide a broken
This protection feature allows the A delayed underfrequency element conductor alarm when it detects
relay to trip the upstream circuit is available which can be used to load current in only two out of three
breaker when a local breaker initiate direct load shed tripping. conductors.
failure condition is detected and can
be energised either from operation Busbar protection Circuit breaker maintenance
of the relay or an external trip. data
Protection of busbars can also be
Figure 3 shows a typical back-trip achieved by using the start and An alarm is provided to indicate the
method for a fault on Feeder 1 that blocking contacts of the K relays. need for circuit breaker
should be cleared by Relay 2 and maintenance based upon the
circuit breaker B (CBB). If CB-B fails If in Figure 3, relay 1 has a
number of circuit breaker operations
to clear the fault, it will be cleared standard IDMT characteristic for I>,
or upon the summated contact
by the back-trip contact of Relay 2 but a fast acting I>> element (time
breaking duty.
tripping CBA. delay of typically 50ms) which is
blocked by the downstream relays The circuit breaker trip time is stored
Undervoltage protection for feeder faults, an economical in the fault records.
(KCEG and KCEU) form of busbar protection can be
applied to a system. This can be
A separate characteristic can be set
used where dedicated busbar
to provide an output for
protection can not be justified.
undervoltages which are phase-
phase, phase-neutral (KCEG only), Rectifier protection
three phase or single phase. (KCGG and KCEG)
An independently set timer, tV< is A special inverse time curve
used with this function which can provides protection for silicon
allow a voltage controlled rectifiers. Where used with the
overcurrent feature to be created by thermal overload, instantaneous
switching between different current short circuit and restricted earth fault
settings in the two groups. The protection, both the transformer and
undervoltage element can be rectifier can be fully protected.
blocked when the circuit breaker is
open.

Incomer
Relay 1
CB-A Back trip

CB-B CB-C CB-D

Relay 2 Relay 3 Relay 4

Feeder 1 Feeder 2 Feeder 3

Figure 3:
Back trip fault clearance

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Configuration Ancillary Functions Event records

Logic Measurements Fifty events are stored in a buffer.


Software is available to enable the
The configuration of the relay, to The measurement values provided events to be downloaded to a PC.
meet the required applications, is by the relay can be accessed by an
accomplished in software. Setting integral back-lit liquid crystal display An event record is logged following
logic function links, together with the or via the serial port eliminating the a change of state of a control input
assignment of inputs and outputs, need for additional instrumentation or output relay, local setting change,
define the way that the relay will to be mounted on the panel. or operation of a control function.
operate. This allows: The measurements can be displayed Records are time tagged to a
in either primary or secondary resolution of 1ms. Fault records and
Selection of features alarms are also stored as events.
values as selected by the user.
Implementation of user defined
The following quantities are Disturbance records
logic using auxiliary timers
provided as standard:
The internal disturbance recorder
Control of the integral
phase current has up to 7 analogue, 16 digital
disturbance and event recorder
and 1 time channel (depending on
neutral current
These may be defined by the user the model selected). The recorder
via the relay front panel function frequency can be triggered from any relay
keys, or remotely by a PC via the output and/or digital input, and can
thermal ammeter
communications system. store one complete record. Data is
peak demand ammeter sampled 8 times per cycle and each
Alternative setting group channel can store up to 512
Additional values are provided by
Two setting groups allow the user to the KCEG and KCEU, as follows: samples. Software is available to
assign settings for different allow records to be accessed and
operating conditions. phase-neutral voltage displayed by a PC.
Several methods of selecting the (KCEG only)
alternative setting group are Test Features
line voltage
provided. A number of features are provided
residual voltage
to enable the relay to be thoroughly
watts (three phase, single phase tested during commissioning, routine
for KCEG) maintenance and fault finding
VArs (three phase, single phase operations:
for KCEG) Power-on diagnostics
volt amps Continuous self monitoring
power factor The verification of input quantities
by the measurement functions
Fault records
The on/off states of the digital
The last five faults are recorded by inputs and relay outputs can be
the relay. They include: displayed
fault flags
currents
voltages (where measured)
circuit breaker operation time

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Hardware Description User Interface It should be noted that protection
tripping and blocking signals are
KCGG, KCEG and KCEU relays are Front panel user interface not routed via the K-Bus.
housed in Midos modular cases, Separate conventional cabling is
The features of the relay can be
suitable for either rack or panel used for this purpose; where
accessed through a menu driven
mounting as shown in Figures 18, appropriate the isolated 48V dc
system. The menu is arranged in the
19 and 20. supply available on each relay is
form of a table, into each column of
The relays can have up to 4 CT and which, related items (menu cells) are used to energise the optically-
up to 3 VT analogue inputs. grouped. isolated inputs.
They provide 3 or 8 optically
The front panel LCD displays one Communications protocol
isolated inputs and 4 or 8
menu cell at a time. The complete
programmable outputs depending The communications protocol used
menu system can be traversed with
on the model selected, together with with K Range relays is designated
the relays front cover in place by
a dedicated watchdog relay. Courier. The Courier language has
using the F key. Easier access can
been developed specifically for the
The front panel contains a 2 x 16 be made with the cover off by using
purpose of developing generic PC
character alphanumeric back-lit the + and keys, which are also
programs that will, without
liquid crystal display (LCD). used to change the relay settings.
modification, communicate with any
The back-light is activated when the
Remote access user interface device using the Courier language.
keypad is touched and will
automatically switch off, conserving The menu table can also be In the Courier system, all
power, after 15 minutes of keypad accessed via the remote information resides within the relay.
inactivity. Four push-buttons provide communications facility. This allows Each time communication is
local access to the relays menu. all of the menu cells in a column to established with the relay, the
There are also 3 light emitting be displayed simultaneously on the requested information is loaded to
diodes (LED) for visual indication of screen of a PC. Changes to a menu the PC. The protocol includes
the relays status, ie. relay healthy, cell can be made from the PC extensive error checking routines to
trip, alarm. keyboard. ensure the system remains reliable
and secure.
Standard Midos terminal blocks are
Serial communication
located at the rear of the relay Password protection
providing connections for all input The relays are interconnected via a
and output circuits. Each terminal shielded, twisted wire pair known Password protection is provided on
will accept up to two insulated as K-Bus. Up to 32 relays may be settings which alter the configuration
crimp terminals using either; an L connected in parallel across the bus. of the relay, any accidental change
shaped ring connector fastened with to which could seriously affect the
The K-Bus is connected through a ability of the relay to perform its
a 4mm diameter (M4) screw or; a
protocol converter known as KITZ, intended function, ie. enable/
snap-on connector compliant with
either directly or via a modem, to disable settings, protection function
BS5057 or equivalent.
the RS232 port of the PC. The KITZ characteristic selection, scheme
provides signals over the bus which logic settings and system VT and CT
are RS485 based and are ratios.
transmitted at 64kbits/s. The K-Bus
connection is shown in Figure 5.
This system allows up to 32 relays to
be accessed through one RS232
communications port. A pictorial
representation of this is shown in
Figure 4.
Software is available with each KITZ
to provide access to the relay to
read and change settings.
Additional software entitled
Protection Access Software &
Toolkit is available. This provides
access to the event recorder and
other additional functions.
Each relay is directly addressable
over the bus to allow communication
with any selected relay. Global
commands may also be given to all
relays on the network.

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Relay 32 Relay 4 Relay 3 Relay 2 Relay 1

Protocol
converter

KITZ

Figure 4: RS232
K-Bus
Basic communication system
Desktop
computer
PC

Figure 5:
K-Bus screened
Typical communications terminal arrangement
2 core cable

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P2 P1
L 4
S2 S1 AC/DC 13
WD Relay healthy
supply 6
N Vx 14 3
WD Relay failed
21 5
30
22 RL0 32 Start Io>
23
34
RL1 36 Start I>
24
25
38
RL2 40 AR initiate (to>/to>>/to>>>)
26 (t>/t>>/t>>>)
27 42
RL3 44 Trip (to>/to>>/to>>>/aux 1)
28 (t>/t>>/t>>>)
KCGG 122 1

Case earth
46 connection
Case earth Change setting group L0
54
1 29 48
9

30
3 31 Block t>>/to>> L1
4 32
KBus communications port
5 6 33 34 50 56
7 8 35 36 Block t>>>/to>>> L2
9 10 37 38 SCN
52
39 40 Logic input common (1) 7
13 14 41 42
+48V field voltage
43 44 8
17 18 45 46
19 20 47 48
21 22 49 50 Notes:
23 24 51 52 (1) (a) CT shorting links make
53 54 before (b) and (c) disconnect.
25 26
55 56 (b) Short terminals break before (c).
27 28 (c) Long terminal
SCN
(d) Pin terminal (pcb type).
Module terminal blocks (2) CT connections are typical only.
viewed from rear
(with integral case earth strap) (3) Earth connections are typical only.

Figure 6:
Typical application diagram KCGG 122
P2 P1
A 4
S2 S1 13
B AC/DC WD Relay healthy
A 6
supply
C Vx 14 3

21 WD 5 Relay failed
C B
Phase rotation 30
22 RL0 32 Start Io>
23
34
Case earth 24 RL1 36 Start I>
25
1 29 38
30
3 4 31 32 RL2 40 AR initiate (to>/to>>/to>>>)
26 (t>/t>>/t>>>)
5 6 33 34 27 42
7 8 35 36
RL3 44 Trip (to>/to>>/to>>>/aux 1)
9 10 37 38
28 (t>/t>>/t>>>)
39 40 29
13 14 41 42 KCGG 142 RL4 31 thAlarm/CB alarm/CB fail
43 44
17 18 46 33
45 46 Change setting group L0
19 20 47 48 RL5 35 CB fail/backtrip
21 22 48
10

49 50 Block t>>/to>> L1 37
23 24 51 52
50 RL6 39 Control CB close
25 26 53 54 Block t>>>/to>>> L2
55 56 52 41
27 28
Logic input common (1) RL7 43 Control CB trip
SCN

Module terminal blocks 45 1


viewed from rear External trip L3
(with integral case earth strap) Case earth
47 connection
Initiate auxiliary timer 2 L4
54
Notes: 49
(1) (a) CT shorting links make Initiate auxiliary timer 3 L5
KBus communications port
before (b) and (c) disconnect. 51 56
(b) Short terminals break before (c).
CB closed indication L6
(c) Long terminal
SCN
53
CB open indication L7 7
(d) Pin terminal (pcb type).
55 +48V field voltage
(2) CT connections are typical only. 8
Logic input common (2)
(3) Earth connections are typical only.

Figure 7:
Typical application diagram KCGG 142
P2 P1
A 4
S2 S1 13
B AC/DC WD Relay healthy
A 6
supply
C Vx 14 3

21 WD 5 Relay failed
C B
Phase rotation 30
22 RL0 32 Start Io>
23
34
Case earth 24 RL1 36 Start I>
25
1 29 38
30
3 4 31 32 RL2 40 AR initiate (to>/to>>/to>>>)
26 (t>/t>>/t>>>)
5 6 33 34 27 42
7 8 35 36
RL3 44 Trip (to>/to>>/to>>>/aux 1)
9 10 37 38
28 (t>/t>>/t>>>)
39 40
13 14 41 42 KCGG 14202
43 44
17 18 46
45 46 Change setting group L0
19 20 47 48
21 22 48
49 50 Block t>>/to>> L1

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23 24 51 52
50
25 26 53 54 Block t>>>/to>>> L2
55 56 52
27 28
Logic input common (1)
SCN

Module terminal blocks 1


viewed from rear
(with integral case earth strap) Case earth
connection
54
Notes:
(1) (a) CT shorting links make KBus communications port
before (b) and (c) disconnect. 56
(b) Short terminals break before (c).
(c) Long terminal
SCN

(d) Pin terminal (pcb type). 7


+48V field voltage
(2) CT connections are typical only. 8
(3) Earth connections are typical only.

Figure 8:
Typical application diagram KCGG 142 02
Direction of forward current flow

P2 P1 4
A 13
AC/DC WD Relay healthy
6
S2 S1 supply
B 14 3
Vx
A C
21 WD 5 Relay failed
A B C
30
C B 22 RL0 32 Start (Io>FWD)
Phase rotation 23
N
34

dn 24 RL1 36 Start (Io>REV)


25
38
da RL2 40 AR initiate (to>/to>>/to>>>)
26
27 42
RL3 44 Trip (to>/to>>/to>>>/aux 1)
28
1
19 KCEG 112
Case earth
20 connection
Case earth
54
12

1 29 30 46
3 31 Change setting group L0 KBus communications port
4 32
56
5 6 33 34 48
7 8 35 36 Block to>> L1
SCN
9 10 37 38
50 7
39 40 Block to>>> L2
13 14 41 42 +48V field voltage
52 8
43 44 Logic input common (1)
17 18 45 46
19 20 47 48
21 22 49 Notes:
50
23 24 51 52 (1) (a) CT shorting links make
53 54 before (b) and (c) disconnect.
25 26
55 56 (b) Short terminals break before (c).
27 28
(c) Long terminal
SCN
(d) Pin terminal (pcb type).
Module terminal blocks (2) CT connections are typical only.
viewed from rear
(with integral case earth strap) (3) Earth connections are typical only.

Figure 9:
Typical application diagram KCEG 112
Direction of forward current flow
P2 P1
A 13
AC/DC
S2 S1 4
B supply
A 14
Vx WD 6 Relay healthy
C
A B C 21 3
C B
Phase rotation WD 5 Relay failed
22
N 23 30
RL0 32 Start (Io> FWD/I> FWD)
n
24 34
25
RL1 36 Start (Io> REV/I> REV)
a b c
26 38
Case earth 27 RL2 40 AR initiate (to>/to>>/to>>>)
1 29 (t>/t>>/t>>>)
30 KCEG 142 42
3 4 31 32 28
17 RL3 44 Trip (to>/to>>/to>>>/aux 1)
5 6 33 34
(thTrip/t>/t>>/t>>>)
7 8 35 36 29
9 10 37 38 18 RL4 thAlarm/CB alarm/CB fail
31
39 40
13 14 33
41 42
19
43 44 RL5 35 CB fail/backtrip
17 18 45 20
46
13

37
19 20 47 48 46
21 22 Change setting group L0 RL6 39 Control CB close
49 50
23 24 51 52 48 41
Block t>>/to>> L1
25 26 53 54 RL7 43 Control CB trip
55 56 50
27 28 Block t>>>/to>>> L2 1
SCN 52
Logic input common (1) Case earth
Module terminal blocks 45 connection
viewed from rear External trip L3
(with integral case earth strap) 54
47
Initiate auxiliary timer 2 L4
Notes: KBus communications port
49 56
(1) (a) CT shorting links make
Initiate auxiliary timer 3 L5
before (b) and (c) disconnect.
51 SCN
(b) Short terminals break before (c). CB closed indication L6
(c) Long terminal 7
53
(d) Pin terminal (pcb type). CB open indication L7 +48V field voltage
8
(2) CT connections are typical only. 55
Logic input common (2)
(3) Earth connections are typical only.

Figure 10:
Typical application diagram KCEG 142
Direction of forward current flow
P2 P1
A 13 4
AC/DC
S2 S1
B supply WD 6 Relay healthy
A Vx 14
C 3
A B C 21 WD Relay failed
5
C B
Phase rotation 30
22
N 23 RL0 32 Start (Io>FWD)
34
dn
24 RL1
25 36 Start (Io>REV)

Case earth da 38
26 RL2 40 AR initiate (to>/to>>/to>>>)
1 29 30 27 (t>/t>>/t>>>)
3 4 31 32 42
5 6 33 34 RL3 44 Trip (to>/to>>/to>>>/aux 1)
28
7 8 35 36 (thTrip/t>/t>>/t>>>)
29
9 10 37 38 19
RL4 31 thAlarm/CB alarm/CB fail
39 40
13 14 41 42 20 33
43 44 RL5 CB fail/backtrip
17 35
18 45 46 KCEG 152
19 20 37
47 48
14

21 22 46
49 50 Change setting group L0 RL6 39 Control CB close
23 24 51 52 48 41
25 26 53 54 Block t>>/to>> L1
RL7 43 Control CB trip
55 56 50
27 28
Block t>>>/to>>> L2
SCN 1
52
Logic input common (1)
Module terminal blocks Case earth
viewed from rear 45
External trip L3 connection
(with integral case earth strap)
47 54
Notes: Initiate auxiliary timer 3 L4
(1) (a) CT shorting links make 49 KBus communications port
before (b) and (c) disconnect. Initiate auxiliary timer 3 L5 56
(b) Short terminals break before (c). 51
CB closed indication L6 SCN
(c) Long terminal
53 7
(d) Pin terminal (pcb type).
CB open indication L7
+48V field voltage
(2) CT connections are typical only. 55 8
(3) Earth connections are typical only. Logic input common (2)

Figure 11:
Typical application diagram KCEG 152
Direction of forward current flow
13 Series 4
P2 P1 AC/DC supply Vx REG WD Relay failed
A 14 6
S2 S1 3
B
9 WD Relay healthy
Supply to trip coil 5
C 10
A B C 30

A 21 RL0 32 Start (Io>FWD/I>FWD)

N 34
22 RL1 Start (Io>REV/I>REV)
C B 23 36
Phase rotation n
38
24 RL2 40 AR initiate (to>/to>>/to>>>)
a b c 25 (t>/t>>/t>>>)
42
Case earth
RL3 44 Trip (to>/to>>/to>>>/aux 1)
26
1 29 30 27 (thTrip/t>/t>>/t>>>)
29
3 4 31 32
5 33 RL4 31 thAlarm/CB alarm/CB fail
6 34 28
7 8 35 36 33
17
9 10 37 38 CB fail/backtrip
RL5 35
39 40 18
13 14 41 42 37
43 44
KCEG 242 RL6 Control CB close
19 39
17 18
15

45 46
19 20 20 41
47 48
21 22 RL7 43 Control CB trip
49 50 Change setting group L0
23 24 51 46
52
48 1
25 26 53 54 Block t>>/to>> L1
55 56 50 Case earth
27 28
Block t>>>/to>>> L2 connection
SCN
52
Module terminal blocks Logic input common (1)
45
viewed from rear
(with integral case earth strap) External trip L3 54
47
Notes: Initiate auxiliary timer 3 L4 KBus communications port
(1) (a) CT shorting links make 49 56
before (b) and (c) disconnect. Initiate auxiliary timer 3 L5
(b) Short terminals break before (c). 51 SCN
(c) Long terminal CB closed indication L6
(d) Pin terminal (pcb type). 53 7
CB open indication L7 +48V field voltage
(2) CT connections are typical only. 55 8
(3) Earth connections are typical only. Logic input common (2)

Figure 12:
Typical application diagram KCEG 242
Direction of forward current flow

P2 P1 P2 P1
A 13
AC/DC
A S2 S1 4
B supply
Vx 14
C WD 6 Relay healthy

C B A B C 21 3
Phase rotation WD Relay failed
5
22
N 23 30
RL0 32 Start (Io> FWD/I> FWD)
n
24 34
25
RL1 36 Start (Io> REV/I> REV)
a b c
26 38
Case earth 27 RL2 40 AR initiate (to>/to>>/to>>>)
1 29 30 (t>/t>>/t>>>)
42
3 4 31 32 28
17 RL3 44 Trip (to>/to>>/to>>>/aux 1)
5 6 33 34
(thTrip/t>/t>>/t>>>)
7 8 35 36 29
9 10 37 38 18 RL4 thAlarm/CB alarm/CB fail
31
39 40
13 14 33
41 42
19 RL5 CB fail/backtrip
43 44 35
17 18 45 46 37
19 20 47 48
RL6 39 Control CB close
16

21 22 49 50
23 24 51 52 41
20
25 26 53 54 RL7 43 Control CB trip
55 56 46
27 28 1
Change setting group L0
SCN
48 KCEU 142
Block t>>/to>> L1 Case earth
Module terminal blocks connection
viewed from rear 50
(with integral case earth strap) Block t>>>/to>>> L2
52 54
Notes: Logic input common (1)
(1) (a) CT shorting links make 45 KBus communications port
before (b) and (c) disconnect. External trip L3 56
(b) Short terminals break before (c). 47
Initiate auxiliary timer 2 L4 SCN
(c) Long terminal
(d) Pin terminal (pcb type). 49
Initiate auxiliary timer 3 L5
(2) CT connections are typical only. 7
51
(3) Earth connections are typical only. CB closed indication L6 +48V field voltage
8
53
CB open indication L7
55
Logic input common (2)

Figure 13:
Typical application diagram KCEU 142
Direction of forward current flow

P2 P1 P2 P1 13 Series 4
A AC/DC REG
14 WD 6 Relay healthy
S2 S1 supply Vx
B
3
C Supply to 9
A trip coil WD 5 Relay failed
A B C 10
30
C B 21 RL0 32 Start (Io> FWD/I> FWD)
Phase rotation N
34
22 RL1
n 23 36 Start (Io> REV/I> REV)
38
24 RL2 40 AR initiate (to>/to>>/to>>>)
a b c 25 (t>/t>>/t>>>)
42
26 RL3 44 Trip (to>/to>>/to>>>/aux 1)
Case earth 27 (thTrip/t>/t>>/t>>>)
29
1 29 30 RL4 thAlarm/CB alarm/CB fail
28 31
3 4 31 32
5 33 17 33
6 34
7 8 35 36 RL5 35 CB fail/backtrip
9 10 37 38 18 37
39 40
13 14 RL6 39 Control CB close
41 42
19
43 44 41
17 18 45 46 RL7 43 Control CB trip
19 20
17

47 48
21 22 49 50
23 24 51 52 20
25 26 53 54 KCEU 242 1
55 56 46
27 28 Change setting group L0 Case earth
SCN connection
48
Module terminal blocks Block t>>/to>> L1
viewed from rear 50
(with integral case earth strap) Block t>>>/to>>> L2
52 54
Notes: Logic input common (1)
(1) (a) CT shorting links make 45 KBus communications port
before (b) and (c) disconnect. External trip L3 56
(b) Short terminals break before (c). 47
Initiate auxiliary timer 2 L4 SCN
(c) Long terminal
(d) Pin terminal (pcb type). 49
Initiate auxiliary timer 3 L5
(2) CT connections are typical only. 7
51
(3) Earth connections are typical only. CB closed indication L6 +48V field voltage
8
53
CB open indication L7
55
Logic input common (2)

Figure 14:
Typical application diagram KCEU 242
Direction of forward current flow

P2 P1 P2 P1
A 13
AC/DC
A S2 S1 4
B supply
Vx 14
C WD 6 Relay healthy

C B A B C 21 3
Phase rotation WD Relay failed
5
22
N 23 30
RL0 32 Start (Io> FWD/I> FWD)
dn
24 34
25
RL1 36 Start (Io> REV/I> REV)
da
26 38
Case earth 27 RL2 40 AR initiate (to>/to>>/to>>>)
1 29 30 (t>/t>>/t>>>)
42
3 4 31 32 28
17 RL3 44 Trip (to>/to>>/to>>>/aux 1)
5 6 33 34
(thTrip/t>/t>>/t>>>)
7 8 35 36 29
9 10 37 38 18 RL4 thAlarm/CB alarm/CB fail
31
39 40
13 14 33
41 42
19 RL5 CB fail/backtrip
43 44 35
17 18 45 46 37
19 20 47 48
21 22 RL6 39 Control CB close
18

49 50
23 24 51 52 41
20
25 26 53 54 RL7 43 Control CB trip
55 56 46
27 28 1
Change setting group L0
SCN
48 KCEU 142
Block t>>/to>> L1 Case earth
Module terminal blocks connection
viewed from rear 50
(with integral case earth strap) Block t>>>/to>>> L2
52 54
Notes: Logic input common (1)
(1) (a) CT shorting links make 45 KBus communications port
before (b) and (c) disconnect. External trip L3 56
(b) Short terminals break before (c). 47
Initiate auxiliary timer 2 L4 SCN
(c) Long terminal
(d) Pin terminal (pcb type). 49
Initiate auxiliary timer 3 L5
(2) CT connections are typical only. 7
51
(3) Earth connections are typical only. CB closed indication L6 +48V field voltage
8
53
CB open indication L7
55
Logic input common (2)

Figure 15:
Typical application diagram KCEU 142 showing connection for broken delta VT winding
Direction of forward current flow

P2 P1 P2 P1 13 Series 4
A AC/DC REG
14 WD 6 Relay healthy
S2 S1 supply Vx
B
3
C Supply to 9
A trip coil WD 5 Relay failed
A B C 10
30
C B 21 RL0 32 Start (Io> FWD/I> FWD)
Phase rotation N
34
dn 22 RL1
23 36 Start (Io> REV/I> REV)
38
da 24 RL2 40 AR initiate (to>/to>>/to>>>)
25 (t>/t>>/t>>>)
42
26 RL3 44 Trip (to>/to>>/to>>>/aux 1)
Case earth 27 (thTrip/t>/t>>/t>>>)
29
1 29 30 RL4 thAlarm/CB alarm/CB fail
28 31
3 4 31 32
5 33 17 33
6 34
7 8 35 36 RL5 35 CB fail/backtrip
9 10 37 38 18 37
39 40
13 14 RL6 39 Control CB close
41 42
19
43 44 41
17 18 45 46 RL7 43 Control CB trip
19
19

20 47 48
21 22 49 50
23 24 51 52 20
25 26 53 54 KCEU 242 1
55 56 46
27 28 Change setting group L0 Case earth
SCN connection
48
Module terminal blocks Block t>>/to>> L1
viewed from rear 50
(with integral case earth strap) Block t>>>/to>>> L2
52 54
Notes: Logic input common (1)
(1) (a) CT shorting links make 45 KBus communications port
before (b) and (c) disconnect. External trip L3 56
(b) Short terminals break before (c). 47
Initiate auxiliary timer 2 L4 SCN
(c) Long terminal
(d) Pin terminal (pcb type). 49
Initiate auxiliary timer 3 L5
(2) CT connections are typical only. 7
51
(3) Earth connections are typical only. CB closed indication L6 +48V field voltage
8
53
CB open indication L7
55
Logic input common (2)

Figure 16:
Typical application diagram KCEU 242 showing connection for broken delta VT winding
IEC and special application curves ANSI/IEEE curves Thermal curves
10000 10000 10.000

Rectifier
curve
1000 1000

1.000

100 100

0.100

Time (x t)

Operating time (seconds)


Operating time (seconds)
10 10
No pre-fault load
Pre-fault load at
LTI 30xDT
50% thermal state

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SI 30xDT MI Pre-fault load at
0.010 70% thermal state
1 1 VI Pre-fault load at
EI 10xDT
90% thermal state
VI 30xDT
STI 30xDT
EI

0.1 0.1 0.001


1 10 100 1 10 100 1 2 3 4 5 6
Multiples of setting Multiples of setting Current (xIth>)

LTI 30xDT Long time inverse MI Moderately inverse


SI 30xDT* Standard inverse VI Very inverse
EI 10xDT* Extremely inverse EI Extremely inverse
VI 30xDT* Very inverse
STI 30xDT Shot time inverse
*IEC standard characteristic All characteristics are definite time above 30x except
extremely inverse and rectifier curve.

Figure 17:
IDMT and thermal curves
Technical Data Thermal withstand Transformer turns ratios
AC current inputs Current transformers
Ratings 3.2In continuous 1:1 to 9999:1
Inputs: 30In for 3s Voltage transformers
AC current (In) 100In for 1s (maximum 400A) 1:1 to 9999:1
1A or 5A AC voltage inputs
Current transformer
AC voltage (Vn) 2 x Vn continuously requirements
2.6Vn for 10s The following CT requirements
110V or 440V nominal phase-
phase (KCEG) where Vn = 110V phase-phase shown in Table 1 are based on a
maximum prospective fault current
110V nominal phase-phase Accuracy of 50In and the relay having a
(KCEU)
Operating times maximum high-set setting of 25In.
Frequency The CT requirements are designed
t>/to>
50/60Hz (50Hz for KCEU) to provide operation of the phase
IDTM except EI and rectifier
and earth fault elements. When the
Auxiliary voltage (Vx) 5% plus 20 to 40ms
criteria for a specific application are
EI and rectifier in excess of those detailed above or
KCGG 122,142, KCEG112, 7.5% plus 20 to 40ms the actual resistance exceeds the
142,152 and KCEU 142 Definite time limiting value quoted, the CT
Nominal (V) Operative range (V) 0.5% plus 20 to 40ms requirements may need to be
t>>/to>>/t>>>/to>>> increased. CT requirements for a
dc dc ac
Typically 0.5% plus 20 variety of further applications are
24 125V 19 150 50 133 to 40ms provided in publication R6096.
or Where the relays are being used for
48 250 33 300 87 265 Reset time
restricted earth fault protection the
t>/to> Typically 1% 50ms CTs must be of the correct size to
KCEG 242 and KCEU 242 only
Measurements assure stability as described in
Nominal (V) Operative range (V) publication R6142.
Voltage Typically 2% Vn
dc dc ac
Current Typically 2% In
100 250 60 300 60 265 Power Typically 4% Pn
Frequency Typically 0.02Hz
Outputs:
Field voltage supply
(for optically-isolated digital
inputs)
48V dc (current limit: 60mA)
Capacitor discharge trip
50V dc, 680F

Burdens
AC current
0.02VA at In = 1A
0.03VA at In = 5A
KCGG 122,142 and KCEG 112,142,152 and KCEU 142
AC voltage
0.02VA at 110V phase-phase Relay and Nominal Accuracy Accuracy limit Limiting lead
CT secondary output class factor x rated resistance
DC auxiliary voltage rating (A) (VA) current one way
4W to 12W*
1 2.5 10P 20 0.6
AC auxiliary voltage
6VA to 23VA* 5 7.5 10P 20 0.06

Optically-isolated inputs KCEG 242 and KCEU 242


0.25W per input 1 7.5 10P 15 0.7
*Note: Depending on the number 5 10 10P 20 0.06
of inputs and outputs energised.
Table 1: Current transformer requirements

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Core balance current Overcurrent settings
transformer requirements for Phase fault
earth faults
Core balance CTs of metering class Threshold (Is)
accuracy are required and should KCGG 122,142 KCEG 242
have a knee-point voltage satisfying KCEG 112,142,152 KCEU 242
the following formulae. (The value of KCEU 142
current used for Ifn should be the
maximum possible earth fault I> 0.08 3.2In 0.4 2.4In
current that may flow). In addition, it I>> 0.08 32In 0.4 32In
should be ensured that the phase
error of the applied CT is less than I>>> 0.08 32In 0.4 32In
90 at 10% of rated current and less I< 0.02 3.2In 0.02 3.2In
than 150 at 1% of rated current.
For the IDMT characteristic of the Earth fault
first element Io>: Special
Standard Sensitive
Vk > (Icn/2).(Rct + 2RL + Rrp + Rrn) (on request)
Io> element KCGG 122, 142 KCEG 112, 152,
KCEG 112, 142, 152, 242 KCEU 142, 242
Vk > (Ifn/2).(Rct + 2RL + Rrp + Rrn)
Io> 0.005 0.8In 0.02 3.2In* 0.001 0.16In*
Io>>/Io>>> element
Io>> 0.005 8.0In 0.02 32In* 0.001 1.6In*
where:
Io>>> 0.005 8.0In 0.02 32In* 0.001 1.6In*
Vk = Required CT knee-point
voltage Io< 0.005 0.8In 0.02 3.2In 0.0005 0.16In*
Icn = Maximum prospective
Note:
secondary current for earth
faults or 31 times Io> setting The sensitive settings are standard
(whichever is lower) for KCEU 142, 242 and are
available on request for KCEG 112, Directional settings (KCEG and
Ifn = Maximum prospective KCEU)
152.
secondary current for earth Characteristic angle
faults *Notes:
180 to +180 in 1 steps
Rct = CT secondary winding 1. For operation for earth faults
below 0.2In with the KCEG 242 Zone of operation
resistance
and Characteristic angle
RL = Resistance of single lead KCEU 242, there must be 90 (standard)
from relay to current sufficient load current to power 85 (wattmetric)
transformer the relay or alternatively, an Voltage polarising threshold
Rrp = Impedance of relay phase auxiliary voltage supply. (overcurrent directional elements)
current input 2. The special settings may be 110Vn: 0.6V fixed
Rrn = Impedance of relay neutral required where limitations on the
KCEG only
current input CT ratio result in a need for an
440Vn: 2.4V fixed
unusually high earth fault setting.
Otherwise the standard setting Voltage polarising threshold Vop>
range should be chosen. (earth fault directional elements)
Thermal alarm 0 110% of 110Vn: 0.6V to 80V in
thermal state 0.2V steps

Ith> 0.08 3.2In KCEG only


440Vn: 2.4V to 320V in
tc 1 to 120 minutes 0.8V steps
Wattmetric power threshold Po>
In = 1A: 0 to 20W in
50mW steps
KCEU only
In = 5A: 0 to 100W in
250mW steps

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Undervoltage trip threshold V< Contacts High voltage withstand
110Vn: 1.0V to 220V in Output relays Dielectric withstand
1.0V steps 4 (KCGG 122/KCEG 112) IEC 60255-5: 1977
KCEG only 8 (All other models) 2kV rms for 1 minute between all
440Vn: 4.0V to 880V case terminals (except terminal 1)
in 4.0V steps Contact rating
connected together and the case
Undervoltage V< Make: 30A and carry for 0.2s earth/terminal 1.
Vn = 110V: 0 to 220V Carry: 5A continuous 2kV rms for 1 minute between
KCEG only Break: dc 50W resistive terminals of independent circuits
Vn = 440V: 0 to 880V 25W inductive including contact circuits.
(L/R = 0.04s) 1kV rms for 1 minute across the
Underfrequency
(KCGG and KCEG only) ac 1250VA open contacts of the watchdog
Subject to maxima of 5A relays.
F< 46 to 64Hz in
0.01Hz steps and 300V. ANSI/IEEE C37.90: 1989
Watchdog relays 1.5kV rms for 1 minute across
Reset F< +0.05Hz open contacts of output relays.
1 make and 1 break
Time settings (in graded steps) High voltage impulse
Make: 10A and carry for 0.2s
to>/t> IEC 60255-5: 1977
Carry: 5A continuous
(definite time) 0 to 100s Three positive and three negative
tRESET 0 to 60s Break: dc 30W resistive impulses of 5kV peak, 1.2/50s,
15W inductive 0.5J between all terminals of the
to>>/t>> 0 to 100s
(L/R = 0.04s) same circuit (except output
to>>>/t>>> 0 to 10s
ac 1250VA contacts), between independent
tV< 0 to 10s circuits and between all terminals
Subject to maxima of 5A
tAUX 1 0 to 2 x 106s connected together (except
and 300V.
(24 days) terminal 1) and case earth
Durability terminal 1.
tAUX 2 0 to 2 x 106s
(24 days) Loaded contact
Electrical environment
tAUX 3 0 to 2 x 106s 10,000 operations minimum
DC supply interruption
(24 days) Unloaded contact
tBF 0 to 10s IEC 60255-11: 1979
100,000 operation minimum
tTRIP/tCLOSE 0.5s to 5s 10ms interruption in the auxiliary
Communications port (K-Bus) supply, under normal operating
IDMT curves See Figure 17.
Transmission mode conditions, without de-energising.
Digital inputs Synchronous AC ripple on dc supply
Optically-isolated inputs Signal levels IEC 60255-11: 1979
3 (KCGG 122/KCEG 112) RS485 The unit will withstand 12% ac
8 (All other models) ripple on the dc supply.
Message format
Minimum operating voltage High frequency disturbance
HDLC
>35V dc IEC 60255-22-1: 1988 Class III
Data rate
Maximum operating voltage 2.5kV peak between independent
64 kbits/s
50V dc circuits and case earth.
Connection
1.0kV peak across terminals of
Maximum ac induced loop Multidrop (32 units) the same circuit (except metallic
voltage
Cable type contacts).
50V rms (thermal limit)
Screened twisted pair Fast transient disturbance
Input resistance IEC 60255-22-4: 1992 Class IV
Cable length
10k 4kV, 2.5kHz applied directly to
1000m
all inputs.
Connector
4kV, 2.5kHz applied directly to
Screw terminals or push-on
auxiliary voltage, watchdog and
connector to BS5057
trip capacitor.
Isolation
4kV, 2.5kHz via capacitor clamp
2kV rms for 1 minute to all inputs.
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Electrostatic discharge Mechanical environment
IEC 60255-22-2: 1996 Class 3 Vibration
8kV discharge in air with cover in IEC 60255-21-1: 1988
place.
Response Class 1
IEC 60255-22-2: 1996 Class 2
Endurance Class 1
4kV contact discharge with cover
Shock and bump
removed.
IEC 60255-21-2: 1988
EMC compliance
Shock response Class 1
89/336/EEC Shock withstand Class 1
Compliance to the European Bump Class 1
Commission Directive on EMC is Seismic
claimed via the Technical
IEC 60255-21-3: 1993 Class 2
Construction File route.
Surge withstand capability
EN 50081-2: 1994
(SWC)
EN 50082-2: 1995
C37.90.1: 1989
Generic Standards were used to
establish conformity. 4kV fast transient applied directly
to each input and earth.
Product safety
2.5kV oscillatory applied directly
73/23/EEC to each input and earth.

Compliance with European 4kV fast transient applied directly


Commission Low Voltage across each output contact, opto
Directive. input and power supply circuit.

EN 61010-1: 1993/A2: 1995 2.5kV oscillatory applied directly


EN 60950: 1992/A11: 1997 across each output contact, opto
input and power supply circuit.
Compliance is demonstrated by
reference to generic safety IEEE radiated immunity
standards. C37.90.2: 1995

Atmospheric environment 25 1000MHz, zero and 100%


square wave modulated.
Temperature
Field strength 35V/m.
IEC 60068-2-1: 1990/A2: 1994
(cold) Storage and transit
25C to +70C
IEC 60068-2-2: 1974/A2: 1994
(dry heat) Operating
25C to +55C
Humidity
IEC 60068-2-3: 1969
56 days at 93% RH and +40C
Enclosure protection
IEC 60529: 1989
IP50 (dust protected)

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Cases
KCGG 122
KCGG 142 Midos size 4
KCEG 112
KCEG 142
KCEG 152 Midos size 6
KCEU 142
KCEG 242
Midos size 8
KCEU 242
Case outlines are shown in Figures
18, 19 and 20.

52
97 4 holes 4.4
23.5

All dimensions in mm.


168 159

99
Panel cut-out:
Flush mounting fixing details.

32 212
25 min.

177 157 max.

103 11
Flush mounting.

Figure 18: Case outlines size 4

103.6
149 4 holes 4.4
23.5

All dimensions in mm.


168 159

151
Panel cut-out:
Flush mounting fixing details.

32 212
25 min.

177 157 max.

155
Flush mounting. 11

Figure 19: Case outlines size 6

25
155.4
200 4 holes 4.4
24

168 159

203
Panel cut-out:
Flush mounting fixing details.

All dimensions in mm. 32 212


25 min.

177 157 max.

206 11
Flush mounting.

Figure 20: Case outlines size 8

Additional information
Service Manual R8551
CT Requirements for the
Application of Midos Relays R6096
K Range Relay Schemes R6536
KITZ 101/102/103 R6521
KITZ 201 R6542
KITZ 204 R6563
Application Notes for KCGG High Impedance Protection R6142
Supplementary Application Guide for
Sensitive Earth Fault Protection R6554

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Information required with order
Relay type: KCGG D 0

122 1 2 2
142 1 4 2

Configuration:
Standard 0 1
Customer settings X X
KCGG 142 only:
Reduced input/output 0 2
Reduced I/O with customer settings X Y

Case size:
Size 4 MIDOS Flush Mounting D

Auxiliary voltage:
24/125V 2
48/250V 5

Not used

CT rating:
1A CT (0.005In to 0.8In for earth faults) standard C
1A CT (0.02In to 3.2In for earth faults) special D
5A CT (0.005In to 0.8In for earth faults) standard E
5A CT (0.02In to 3.2In for earth faults) special F

Language:
English E
French F
German G
Spanish S

Issue letter

* Note: See Overcurrent settings, page 22.


It will be assumed that the standard version will be required unless
otherwise stated in the order.

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Relay type: KCEG D 0

112 1 1 2
142 1 4 2
152 1 5 2
242 2 4 2

Configuration:
Standard 0 1
Customer settings X X

Case size:
Size 4 MIDOS Flush Mounting
(KCEG 112 only) D
Size 6 MIDOS Flush Mounting
(KCEG 142/152 only) F
Size 8 MIDOS Flush Mounting
(KCEG 242 only) H

Auxiliary voltage (Vx):


24/125V (except KCEG 242) 2
48/250V (except KCEG 242) 5
100/250V (KCEG 242 only) 9

Operating voltage (Vn):


110V ac; 50 60Hz 1
440V ac; 50 60Hz 4

CT rating:
1A CT (0.005In to 0.8In for earth faults) standard C
1A CT (0.02In to 3.2In for earth faults) special D
5A CT (0.005In to 0.8In for earth faults) standard E
5A CT (0.02In to 3.2In for earth faults) special F
1A CT (0.001In to 0.16In for earth faults) sensitive1 L
5A CT (0.001In to 0.16In for earth faults) sensitive1 M
5A CT phase; 1A CT earth (0.001In to 0.16In for
earth faults) sensitive2 P

Language:
English E
French F
German G
Spanish S

Issue letter
1 KCEG 112 and KCEG 152 only
2 KCEG 152 only

* Notes: See Overcurrent settings, page 22.


It will be assumed that the standard version will be required unless
otherwise stated in the order.

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Relay type: KCEU 4 2 D 0

Auxiliary powered 1
Dual powered 2

Configuration:
Standard 0 1
Customer settings X X

Case size:
Size 6 MIDOS Flush Mounting
(KCEU 142 only) F
Size 8 MIDOS Flush Mounting
(KCEU 242 only) H

Auxiliary voltage :
24/125V (except KCEU 242) 2
48/250V (except KCEU 242) 5
100/250V (KCEU 242 only) 9

Operating voltage (Vn):


110V ac; 50Hz 1

CT rating:
1A CT L
5A CT M
5A CT for phase; 1A CT for earth (KCEU 142 only) P

Language:
English E
French F
German G
Spanish S

Issue letter

29
Glossary
Courier A communications language developed to provide generic
control, monitoring, data extraction and setting changes on
remote devices (primarily on protective relays) within the
substation environment.
K-Bus The 64 kbit/s twisted pair cable used to connect Courier
compatible devices and transfer Courier data.
KITZ The interface unit which converts between K-Bus and
IEC870 format data.
PC Personal computer

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