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ENGINEERING MANUAL FOR TR-7570

TRANSFORMER PROTECTION RELAY (WINDING TEMPERATURE SCANNER)

Doc. No.: 03052603

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ON RECEIPT ....................................................................................................... 1 INITIAL CHECKING ............................................................................................. 1 PUSH BUTTON OPERATIONS ............................................................................ 2 OPERATOR INTERFACE..................................................................................... 3 PROGRAMMING OF THE CONTROLLER ............................................................ 4
SET MODE............................................................................................................ 4

FUNCTION MODE ............................................................................................... 5 INSTALLATION ................................................................................................... 7 OPERATION ........................................................................................................ 8


Normal Operation ................................................................................................. 8 Standby Mode ...................................................................................................... 8 Temperature and Channel Display ....................................................................... 8 LED Indicators ..................................................................................................... 8 Fault Conditions................................................................................................... 9 Display Messages ................................................................................................ 9 Relay operation .................................................................................................... 9

DEFAULT SETTINGS & SETTING LIMITS ......................................................... 10 ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................... 11


Technical Specifications .................................................................................... 11 Mechanical ......................................................................................................... 11 Electrical ............................................................................................................ 11 Environmental .................................................................................................... 11

LIST OF ATTACHMENTS
Annexure - 1: Front Layout Details Fig. 1a - to -1f Operators Interface Fig. 2a - to -2f Programming mode Fig. 3 Relay Operation Annexure - 2: Mechanical Dimensions Annexure 3: Connection diagram for TR-7570 Drawing for RTD sensor S-02

ENGINEERING MANUAL FOR TR-7570


ON RECEIPT

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INITIAL CHECKING
Please go through this manual carefully. Factory Default Settings are listed on page 10 and Engineering Specifications are given on page 11. TR-7570 is fully set & programmed to meet generally required demands for protection of your transformer. For making connections, open the front cover of the controller by unscrewing two screws provided at right hand side top and bottom corners on face of the controller. Make either 240VAC or 110 VAC supply available. If available supply is 240VAC, connect it at terminal 28 & 30 and if it is 110VAC, connect it at terminal 29 & 30. Protective earth is to be connected at earthing stud provided externally on the enclosure. RTD sensors (S-02) are to be connected at terminals 1 to 12. First RTD is to be connected as follows: White lead at terminal 1 Red leads at terminals 2 & 3. Connect other two sensors in similar sequence on terminals marked for RTD 2 & 3. Leave RTD 4 connections open. Switch on the power to the controller. Sign on message t r. 7 5 7 0 will flash across the front display. In case, in an unlikely event, if the display shows scrolling characters instead of the above message, please switch off the power supply and switch it on after a few seconds. The display marked channel will start showing sequentially 1,2,3 corresponding to selection of RTDs 1,2,3 and the display marked temperature will show their respective temperature in oC. As the signal coming from RTD is filtered using normalizing technique, the temperature display will rise slowly and initially may take around a minute to stabilize. If any of the RTD connections are not proper or if the RTD is defective, Fault LED will light up & the temperature display for that particular channel will show one of the following messages: o P n. (OPEN) if any one or more of the leads are open circuited or if the RTD itself is open circuited. o U d r. (UNDER-RANGE) if the temperature is below -50 C or the RTD leads are wrongly connected or the RTD sensor is short-circuited. If necessary, make proper connections before proceeding further.

This manual is effective for supplies made Sept, 2003 onwards.

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PUSH BUTTON OPERATIONS


To perform the necessary operations and programming, six pushbuttons (keys) are provided. Some of the keys are dual function keys and are used to perform different tasks in different modes. For actual operation and programming of the controller, graphical / pictorial diagrams and flowcharts are provided which clearly indicate the functions of these keys. Generally, these keys can be defined as follows, 1) Func. / Esc. key: This key (Func.) takes the controller to the function mode and (Esc) out of the function mode or set mode. 2) Set / Reset key: This key (Set) takes the controller to the set mode. When in maximum or current maximum mode, this key (Reset) is used to reset the recorded maximum temperature readings. Reset key is duplicated on front cover. 3) Increment key (Up): a) When in normal mode, this key will take display to the next channel. b) In Function or in Set mode during programming, this key will increment the value. i) When pressed and released within 1 sec., it increments the value by 1. ii) When kept pressed for more than 3 seconds, it increments the value at faster rate, till the key is released. 4) Auto / Manual key: a) In normal mode or maximum mode, this key toggles the controller between Auto or Manual (Hold) mode. b) In programming mode, this key is ineffective. 5) Max / Enter Key: a) In normal mode, this key (Max) is used to show recorded maximum or current maximum temperatures. Max key is duplicated on front cover as Max Temp. key. b) In function mode, set mode or in programming mode, this key (Enter) is used for acknowledging the operation or entering the data. 6) Decrement key (Dn): a) When in normal mode, this key will take display to the previous channel. b) In Function or in Set mode during programming, this key will decrement the value. i) When pressed and released within 1 sec., it decrements the value by 1. ii) When kept pressed for more than 3 seconds, it decrements the value at faster rate, till the key is released.

Note: Max (maximum) and Reset (Reset) keys are duplicated on the front cover for ease and convenience of the operator, during normal operation of the controller.

OPERATOR INTERFACE
The operator can check the following parameters and perform limited operations on the controller. a. Change between auto and manual mode. Refer Fig. 1.a. Explanation: In Auto mode, the controller will display the current temperatures of all the channels sequentially. In Manual mode the display is locked to show the current temperature of the selected channel. The channel can be changed using Up / Dn keys. b. Change to maximum and current maximum modes and reset the recorded maximum temperatures for fresh readings. Refer Fig. 1.b. Explanation: In Maximum mode, the display shows the recorded maximum temperature of each channel. In this mode, controller can be taken to Auto / Manual mode also. In Current Maximum mode, the display is dynamically held to the channel having highest temperature. Therefore, the controller will necessarily be in Auto mode and will display the highest temperature on the transformer. Recorded maximum values can be erased from the memory for fresh recording of maximum temperature, by keeping Rst pushbutton pressed for more than 3 Seconds. This is possible only when the controller is in maximum or current maximum mode. Check Fan, High & Very high relay operation set values and their operating differentials using Set mode. Refer Fig. 1.c Operator Interface (Set mode) and Fig. 3 Relay operation. Check, the following parameters, using function mode. Refer Fig. 1.d - to - 1.f Operator interface (Function mode). - display speed, - time delays for relay operation (also refer Fig. 3 Relay operation), - relay grouping, - remote output selection, - Maximum temperature recording parameters. Explanations: - Display speed is the time in seconds for which one particular channel / winding temperature is displayed. However, the controller is scanning all the channels / windings and performing its assigned tasks in background at much higher speed. - Time delay for relay operation is the time in seconds for which the controller verifies the conditions for respective relay operation. - Relay grouping relates the relay operations with channels. This check indicates which relays (Fan, High & Very high) operate with each individual channel. - Remote output selection: The output for remote temperature monitoring is available for any one channel or for the channel having the highest temperature. This check shows this setting. - Maximum temperature recording parameters: Record Maximum above - This check shows the temperature above which the controller will start memorizing the maximum temperature of the winding. Record Maximum in steps of - This is the resolution of the reading being recorded after the maximum temperature rises more than the above set parameter.

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d.

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PROGRAMMING OF THE CONTROLLER


TR-7570 is fully pre-programmed for safe operation of the transformer and to protect it from excessive heating. However, fan operating set point and high & very high levels can be changed to suit specific design requirement. These parameters can be changed and set to required levels using the SET mode. Generally no other settings need alterations. Although, TR-7570 offers complete programmability and parameters such as relay grouping, time delays for relay operation, add/delete channels etc. etc. can also be changed. TR-7570 can be taken to programming mode by putting the Prog switch into ON position. This switch is provided between terminals 24 and 25. When in OFF position, it allows the operator to view the set points but does not allow him to make any changes. For changing the parameters, this switch is to be put in ON position. In this mode, 1) P r G message is displayed 2) Fault LED blinks 3) Fault relay turns on and off at approx. 5 Seconds interval. Caution: During this mode, the controller does not have control over the relays. Therefore one must ensure to switch the controller back to normal mode after doing necessary programming. Following parameters can be changed using SET mode. h - High relay (set point and differential) H - Very High relay (set point and differential) F - Fan relay (set point and differential) Following parameters can be changed using FUNCTION mode. Display Speed (Function 1) Time delays for relay operation (Function 2) Relay Grouping (Function 3) Add/Delete Channels (Function 4) Remote Output Channel (Function 5) Put Maximum recording settings (Function 7) Calibration of channels (Function 8) Restore factory calibration values (Function 9)

SET MODE
Refer graphical flow chart, Fig. 2.a Programming (Set mode) to execute this mode. h - High relay Set point (xxx oC) o Differential (Hysteresis / Dead band) (d.xx oC.) o H - Very High relay Set point (xxx oC) o Differential (Hysteresis / Dead band) (d.xx oC.) o F - Fan relay Set point (xxx oC) o Differential (Hysteresis / Dead band) (d.xx oC.) o Note: 1) Range of settings is listed on page 10 in section Default settings and Setting Ranges 2) An interlock has been provided which inhibits to set set-point less then the differential value. Similarly the differential value cannot be set more than the set-point value.

FUNCTION MODE
Following functions are used to set necessary parameters

F 1:

Change Display Speed.

This function allows changing the period of time for which the controller displays winding temperature (actual or maximum) of each channel in auto mode or in maximum mode.

F 2:

Change time delays for High, Very High & Fan

This function allows changing the time delays in operation of relays for High, V. High and Fan. This delay is the time the controller reconfirms the conditions before energizing the corresponding relays.

F 3:

Relay Grouping

The controller offers the flexibility of programming the relay operation with selected channels. In simple words, the controller can be programmed to give fan control, alarm, and trip signal from any one or more channels. Alarm and trip signals refer to High and V. high setpoints respectively. Note: Only Fan, High and Very High relays can be assigned to any of the channels. Fault relay is completely independent and operates as per the conditions described in section Fault Conditions on page 9.

F 4:

Add / Delete Channels

This function allows adding or deleting a channel from control action. Note that, all channels cannot be deleted and E r r message is displayed in case, attempt is made to select the last undeleted channel.

F 5:

Remote Output Channel / Max. Ch.

The controller provides signal for remote indication of temperature for any one of the channels. This can also be configured for the channel having the highest temperature of the transformer. This function allows making this selection.

F 7:

Maximum Temperature Recording Parameters

The Maximum temperatures are recorded in NVRAM, so that they are available even after power failure. The NVRAM has limited erase and write capabilities. The capabilities are enough for a long life of the controller. However, to enhance the life of NVRAM, it is recommended that this erase and write cycles are minimized. One of the ways to minimize the erase / write cycles is to avoid storing unnecessarily low values which may not be meaningful. Therefore, the threshold setting of 100 oC or 120 oC can be used. To further reduce the erase / write cycles, the resolution (steps) can be 2 oC or 4 oC or even higher, depending on the users choice. For this, the user is prompted to feed these two values. Record Maximum temperature above (xxx oC): Minimum temperature for storing: This is the temperature at which the controller will start memorizing the maximum temperature. Kindly note that maximum temperature facility is available for temperatures from 0 to 300 OC. It is just that the recorded value below this setting will not be available after power failure. Record Maximum temperature in steps of (S.xx oC): This is the resolution of the reading being recorded. The default value is 2 oC. This means that the maximum temperature will be recorded only if the new maximum temperature reading is greater by 2 oC from the earlier recorded maximum temperature. This is effective once the temp. increases beyond the Record Maximum temp. above setting described in point no. 1.

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F 8:

Calibration of channels

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Usually there is no need for re-calibration of the controller. However, in case of need, it can be calibrated with ease. All four channels need to be calibrated individually. For this, Select channel no 1 and press Enter. A message S h t (short) is displayed. Short all the three terminals of the respective RTD/Channel and press Enter. r 5 0. 0 is displayed. Connect 150.0 ohm 0.1% W resistor between terminal no. 1 & 2 meant for this RTD and short terminal no 2 & 3. Press Enter. This completes the calibration for channel 1. The controller will complete the necessary calculations & manipulations internally. Repeat the similar procedure for other channels. After completing the calibration of all the channels, press Esc. The controller will restart and show P r G message after sign on message.

F 9:

Restore factory calibration values

With this function original factory calibration can be restored. Important Note: 1. At any stage in Set mode or Function mode, if no key is pressed for about 60 seconds, the controller will return to display Program message. 2. After making all the necessary settings, a. b. Put the Prog. switch into Off position. The controller will go to normal mode of operation. Verify these settings using Operator interface.

INSTALLATION
The controller is designed for indoor / marshalling box application. Anti-vibration mountings, along with necessary screws, have been provided with the controller. Make appropriate arrangements for fixing this controller in marshalling box referring dimensional & mounting details given in Annexure-2. RTD sensors are to be installed in the transformer windings. For this, kindly refer our application note AN-202 Installation of RTDs on CRT. TR-7570 has a provision to accept four RTD signals from the transformer. In its standard configuration, TR-7570 comes with three RTD sensors for three phase winding signals & is programmed to accept only three sensors. Usually, these three numbers of RTDs are installed in three L.V. phase windings of the transformer. If customer desires, a fourth RTD can be used to monitor core temperature. In that case, appropriate programming change to include the fourth channel has to be made. The leads from these RTDs have to be brought to TR-7570 for termination on terminals 1 to 12 as shown in Annexure - 3 (Typical connection diagram for TR-7570). Care should be taken to connect RTD leads in proper sequence to the controller. All external leads are to be taken inside the controller, by puncturing rubber grommets provided on the bottom side of the controller. Alternatively, suitable cable glands can be provided for this by removing these rubber grommets. Do not leave sensor leads in hanging and loose conditions. Tie them properly and rigidly so that they are securely in place. Excess lead length should be accommodated in the controller rather than in the transformer enclosure. In case the sensor leads are required to be cut, do not solder the free ends of the sensor leads provide suitable end ferrules. Control Relay contacts are available on terminals 13 to 24. They should be wired in external control circuit appropriately. Schematic and indicative wiring scheme is depicted in Annx 3. Auxiliary power of appropriate rating is to be given on terminals 28, 29 & 30. At a time the controller can accept only one power i.e. either 240 VAC or 110 VAC. These power connections should be made very carefully. For safety of the transformer, ensure to maintain power to TR-7570 all the time, whenever the transformer is energized. Further, in case of insufficient power, the controller will go into a standby mode and stop its normal operation, thereby jeopardizing the safety of the transformer. Therefore, ensure to have proper supply of specified rating. Earthing connection should be made at earthing stud provided on the controller body. Signal for remote indication is available at terminals 25 & 26. After making connections, close the front cover of the controller. On switching on power, sign on message t r. 7 5 7 0 will flash across the display and the controller will start with Normal mode. In this mode, the controller will display temperature of the three phase windings sequentially. Normally, the controller should be left in this mode. Operator can check and monitor maximum temperature or reset these maximum temperatures with the help of push buttons provided on the front cover. Caution: Never mount TR-7570 inside the transformer enclosure, as the temperature inside the enclosure is likely to be more than the permissible max. ambient temperature limit O (50 C) for the controller.

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OPERATION
Normal Operation
During normal operation, TR-7570 measures temp. of all the three windings and displays them sequentially in oC. It constantly compares these temperatures with set values for fan operation & for giving alarm (high) and trip (Very high) signals for the transformer. Before giving these signals, TR-7570 verifies these conditions for set period of time delay, thereby avoiding false or nuisance operation of the relays. During normal operation, with proper power supply and all healthy sensor conditions, fault relay will remain energized.

Standby Mode
The controller will go into standby mode in case of insufficient auxiliary power for its safe operation. The controller will revert back automatically to its normal operating mode, as soon as the power supply normalizes. In standby mode, the state of the fault relay is purely governed by available power level and cannot be defined.

Temperature and Channel Display


Temperature of the winding is displayed in oC directly on the 3-digit display marked Temperature. This temperature display is also used for giving messages like o P n., U d r. & o v r. for conditions corresponding to, sensor (RTD) open, sensor short / under-range and over-range respectively. The corresponding channel (RTD) number is displayed on adjacent single digit display marked Channel. Both these displays are also used for viewing & setting all the parameters like display speed, relay set points, relay differentials, etc. etc.

LED Indicators
Eight LEDs are provided to indicate the following: Function LED adjacent to Func / Esc key a) Steady glowing LED indicates that: i) The controller is in function mode. ii) The display is not showing actual temperature. 2) Auto/Manual LED adjacent to Auto/Manual key 1) 3) a) Steady glowing LED indicates that the controller is in auto mode. Set LED indicated as Set a) Steady glowing LED indicates that: i) The controller is in set mode ii) The display is not showing actual temperature. Maximum LED indicated as Max. a) Steady Glowing of LED indicates that i) Display is showing maximum temperature of each individual channel. b) Blinking of LED indicates that i) Display is showing the channel which has the highest temperature. Fault LED a) Steady Glowing of LED indicates that i) Any one or more channels have Open circuited sensor(s) or ii) Any one or more channels have Short circuited sensor(s) or

4)

5)

6)

7)

8)

iii) Any one or more channels sensor is wrongly connected or iv) Any one or more channels temperature is under-range or over-range. b) Blinking LED indicates that i) Programming Mode is on ii) The transformer is unprotected iii) The Fault relay will turn on and off. Fan LED a) Glowing of LED indicates that: i) Fan Relay / Switch is in energized state ii) In Function no 3 it indicates this relay is included in relay grouping of the channel. High LED a) Glowing of LED indicates that: i) High relay/switch is in energized state ii) In Function no 3 it indicates this relay is included in relay grouping of the channel. V. High LED (Very high LED) a) Glowing of LED indicates that: i) Very High relay/switch is in energized state ii) In Function no 3 it indicates this relay is included in relay grouping of the channel.

Fault Conditions
When power is applied to the controller, the fault relay energizes. The fault relay will de-energize: If the auxiliary power to the controller fails (also termed as Electric fail fault) or any one or more channels have Open circuited sensor or any one or more channels have Short circuited sensor or any one or more channels sensor is wrongly connected or any one or more channels Temperature is under-range i.e. below -50 oC or any one or more channels Temperature is over-range i.e. above 300 oC.

Display Messages
O P n. - OPEN indicates that the Sensor is open circuited. U d r. - Under-range indicates that the temperature measured is under-range i.e. below -50oC or the sensor is short-circuited or the sensor is wrongly connected. O v r. - Over-range indicates that the temperature measured is over-range i.e. above 300 oC.

Relay operation
Fault Relay: Normally energized and to de-energize on fault conditions High Relay: To energize when temperature rises above set High limit. The contacts of this relay are usually used for generating over temperature alarm for the transformer. Very High Relay: To energize when temperature rises above set Very High limit. The contacts of this relay are usually used for tripping the transformer on account of excessive temperature rise of the transformer. Fan Relay: To start cooling fan when transformer temp. rises above set level for this operation.

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DEFAULT SETTINGS & SETTING LIMITS


Channel Status
Channel 1 / RTD 1: Channel 2 / RTD 2: Channel 3 / RTD 3: Channel 4 / RTD 4: Undeleted (On) Undeleted (On) Undeleted (On) Deleted (Off) will operate High, Very High and Fan relays will operate High, Very High and Fan relays will operate High, Very High and Fan relays will not operate any relay. Default setting Set Point Fan Relay Differential (d.) Time Delay (t.) Set Point High Relay Differential (d.) Time Delay (t.) Set Point Very High Relay Differential (d.) Time Delay (t.) Record Max. Temp. Display Speed Remote O/p. for Above temp. In steps of (S.) 90 C 8 oC 5 Seconds. 130 oC 4 C 5 Seconds. 140 C 8 oC 7 Seconds. 100 oC. 2 C. 4 Seconds 2 nd Channel
o o o o

Relay grouping
Channel 1 / RTD 1: Channel 2 / RTD 2: Channel 3 / RTD 3: Channel 4 / RTD 4:

Setting Limit 0 - 300 oC. 0 - 300 oC. 1 - 60 seconds. 0 - 300 oC. 0 300 oC. 1 - 60 seconds. 0 - 300 oC. 0 - 300 oC. 1 - 60 seconds. 0 - 300 oC. 1 - 20 oC. 1 - 60 seconds Channel 1,2,3 or 4 or Current Max. Temp.

Note These are the settings usually provided on the controller when it is shipped out of the factory. Against specific orders, the controllers are shipped with the specified settings. These settings can be changed over indicated limits. Any other deviation from standard supply will be indicated in the test report.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS
Technical Specifications
Temperature Sensor: No. of Sensor Inputs: No. of Set-points: Indication Range: Set point range Resolution: Accuracy: Display Scan Speed: Display: RTD (Pt-100 DIN 43760) Four Three (High, V.High & Fan.) -50 to 300 OC 0 to 300 OC 1 OC 1 OC User Settable (1 - 60 Seconds.) Seven Segment 1/2" red LEDs One for displaying Channel no. Three for displaying Temperature Red LEDs to indicate a) Function Mode c) Max. Temp. Display Mode e) "Fault" Relay energized. g) "V. High" Relay energized

Indications:

b) Set Mode d) Auto / Manual mode. f) "High" Relay energized h) "Fan" Relay energized

Mechanical
Overall Dimensions: Mounting: Weight: Enclosure: 215 (H) x 265 (W) x 130 (D) mm Wall mounting by 3 nos. M6 Screws 3.5 kg approx. without packing. IP-52, M.S. Sheet steel powder coated enclosure with acrylic viewing window Either one of the following (1) 240 / 110 VAC (+/- 10 %) 50 / 60 Hz. (2) 90 - 270 VAC/DC (AC supplies 40 400 Hz.) (optional) (3) other user specified voltages (optional) Four 1C/O Relay contacts One analog o/p (4-20mA in 250 ohms load) (optional). 5A at 240VAC Res. load, 100W at 220 VDC. Screwed Caged suitable for one 2.5 sq. mm. wire. Insulation resistance will be 100Mohm or more when 500 VDC is applied between each terminal in turn and earth. Controller will withstand 2 KV rms at 50/60 Hz. for 1 min., applied between all relay & supply terminals shorted together and earth. Max. 15VA Temp.: -20 to 50 oC. R.H.: 95% Max non -condensing.

Electrical
Supply Voltage:

Outputs: Contact Rating: Terminals: Insulation:

Power consumption:

Environmental
Operating conditions:

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Transformer Protection Relay


Channel Set Max. Temperature

TR-7570

C
V. High Fan

Press RESET for more than 3 secs. to RESET Max. Temp Func. Set Reset Max. Enter

Fault

High

Esc. Auto

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RTD 3 RTD 4

Manual

240V

110V

RTD 1

RTD 2

Fault

High Very High Fan

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
Prog.

25 26

28 29 30

Terminals for External Connections. Status Indication LEDs

DIP Switch to select Programming mode

Push-button Keys

Increment Key (Up)

Programming Mode ON Prog. Programming Mode OFF Prog.

Decrement Key (Dn)

~ ~
N

Remote o/p.

Aux. Supply

NOTE: Terminal 27 does not exist

ANNEXURE - 1 FRONT LAYOUT DETAILS (View on Opening the Front Cover)

TR-7570
X X X - Actual Temperature C
Channel Temperature Set Max.
O

C
x
Fault

X X X C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

x
High

x
Fan Prog.

Change Channel

Off LED Steady On LED

C - Channel / RTD number


(Normal mode)

x
X X X - Actual Temperature O C
Manual

LED (On or OFF) Blinking LED

Channel

Temperature Set

C
x
Auto

X X X C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

Max.

x
High

x
Fan Prog.

Change Channel

(t)s
ON

Keep Key Pressed for specified time in Secs. Programming mode OFF.

Fault

Prog.
ON

(Manual Mode)

Programming mode ON.


Prog.

Manual Mode : The display is locked to show the temperature of manually selectable channel.

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Fig - 1.a Operator Interface (Manual Mode)

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TR-7570
X X X - Actual Temperature C
Channel Temperature Set Max.
O

C
x
Fault

X X X C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

x
High

x
Fan Prog.

Off LED Steady On LED

C - Channel / RTD number


(Normal mode)

LED (On or OFF) Blinking LED

X X X - Max. Temp. Deg. C


Channel Temperature Set Max.
Max. Reset
o

(3)s

Reset Maximum Message


Channel Set Max. Temperature
o

(t)s
Func.
ON

Keep Key Pressed for specified time in Secs. Programming mode OFF.

Func.

C
x
Fault

X X X C
x
V. High

x Auto
ON

C
x
V. High

x
Auto
ON

Prog.
ON

x
High

x
Fan Prog.

After Reset Change Channel

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.

Programming mode ON.


Prog.

(Maximum mode)

Auto Manual

Toggle between Auto / Manual Mode

Normal Mode

Max.

X X X - Actual Temp. Deg. C


Max.

Channel

Temperature Set

Reset
o

(3)s

Reset Maximum Message


Channel Set Max. Temperature
o

Func.

Func.

C
x
Fault

X X X C
x
V. High

Auto
ON

C
x
V. High

Auto
ON

Max.

x
High

x
Fan Prog.

After Reset

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.

C - Channel with highest Temperature. (Current Maximum Mode)

Note : 1. All timings are indicative and approximate.

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Fig - 1.b Operator Interface (Maximum Mode)

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TR-7570
X X X - Actual Temperature C
Channel Temperature Set Max.
O

X X X - High Set Value C


Channel Temperature Set Max.
Set

X X X - Differential C - High
Channel Temperature Set Max.
Func.

C
x
Fault

X X X C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

X X X C
x
V. High

Auto
ON

X X C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

x
High

x
Fan Prog.

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

Off LED Steady On LED

C - Channel / RTD number


(Normal mode)

(SET mode)

LED (On or OFF) Blinking LED

X X X - Very High Set Value C


Channel Set Max. Temperature

X X X - Differential C - V. High
Channel Temperature Set Max.

(t)s
ON

Keep Key Pressed for specified time in Secs. Programming mode OFF.

X X X C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

X X C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

Prog.
ON

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

Programming mode ON.


Prog.

X X X - Fan Set Value O C


Channel Set Max. Temperature

X X X - Differential O C - Fan
Channel Temperature Set Max.
Func.

X X X C
x
V. High

Auto
ON

X X C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

Notes : 1.The controller can be taken out of Set mode any time using Esc key. 2. Any key operation other than indicated will be ignored by the controller. 3. If no key is pressed for 60 secs, the controller will return to normal mode.

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Fig - 1.c Operator Interface (SET Mode)

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TR-7570
X X X - Actual Temperature C
Channel Temperature Set Max.
O

C
x
Fault

X X X C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

x
High

x
Fan Prog.

Off LED Steady On LED

C - Channel / RTD number


(Normal mode)

LED (On or OFF) Blinking LED

Func. Esc.

(t)s
ON

Keep Key Pressed for specified time in Secs. Programming mode OFF.

Fn. 1- Display Speed.


Channel Set Max. Temperature

Prog.
ON
o

Func.

X C
x
V. High

Auto
ON

X = Either 0 or last entered Function number

Programming mode ON.


Prog.

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.

(Function mode)

Change Function No.


Fn. 1- Display Speed.
Channel Set Max. Temperature

X X - Display Speed Secs.


Channel Temperature Set Max.

C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

X X C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

(Function mode)

Change Function No.

Notes : 1.The controller can be taken out of Function mode any time using Esc key. 2. If no key is pressed for 60 secs, the controller will return to normal mode.

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Fig - 1.d Operator Interface (Function Mode)

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Fn. 2- Time Delay for Relay Operations.
Channel Set Max. Temperature

TR-7570
X X - Delay in Secs for High Relay.
Channel Temperature Set Max.

X X - Delay in Secs for V. High Relay.


Channel Temperature Set Max.

C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

X X C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

X X C
o

Func.

Auto
ON

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

x
Fault

x
High

x
V. High

x
Fan Prog.

Off LED Steady On LED

(Function mode)
Enter

LED (On or OFF) Blinking LED

X X - Delay in Secs for Fan Relay.


Channel
Enter

(t)s
ON

Keep Key Pressed for specified time in Secs. Programming mode OFF.

Temperature Set

X X C
o

Func.

Auto
ON

Prog.
ON

Max.

x
Fault

x
High

x
V. High

x
Fan Prog. Prog.

Programming mode ON.

Change Function No.

Fn. 3 - Relay Grouping


Channel Set Max. Temperature

X - Channel number
Channel Temperature Set Max.

X - Channel number
Channel
o

Temperature Set

C
x
V. High

Func.

Func.

Auto
ON

X C
V. High Fan

Auto
ON

X C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

Max.

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

x
Fault High Prog.
Enter

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Esc.

(Function mode)

Relay controlled by this channel are indicated by glowing of respective LEDs


Esc.

Change Channel no.

Change Function No.

Notes : 1.The controller can be taken out of Function mode any time using Esc key. 2. If no key is pressed for 60 secs, the controller will return to normal mode.

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Fig - 1.e Operator Interface (Function Mode)

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Fn.5 - Remote O/p Selection.
Channel Set Max. Temperature

TR-7570
X - Channel number
Channel Temperature Set Max.

Channel with Highest Temp.


Channel
o

Temperature Set

C
x
V. High

Func.

Func.

Auto
ON

X C
x
V. High

Auto
ON

C
x
V. High

Func.

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.

OR

Auto
ON

Max.

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

Off LED Steady On LED

(Function mode)

- means MAX.

LED (On or OFF) Blinking LED

(t)s
ON

Keep Key Pressed for specified time in Secs. Programming mode OFF.

Prog.

Change Function No.

ON

Programming mode ON.


Prog.

X X X - Record Maximum Above Deg. C


Channel Set Max. Temperature Channel Temperature Set Max.

X X - Record Maximum in Steps of Deg. C


Channel Temperature Set Max.

C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

X X X C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

X X C
x
V. High

Func.

Auto
ON

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

x
Fault

x
High

x
Fan Prog.
Enter

(Function mode)

Notes : 1.The controller can be taken out of Function mode any time using Esc key. 2. If no key is pressed for 60 secs, the controller will return to normal mode.

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Fig - 1.f Operator Interface (Function Mode)

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TR-7570
Program message
Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

X X X - High Set Value C


Channel Temperature Set Max.
Set

X X X - High S.P. Differential C


Channel Temperature Set Max.
Enter

Func.

Auto
ON

X X X C
V. High Fan

Func.

Auto
ON

X X X C
V. High Fan

Func.

Auto
ON

Off LED
Fault High Prog. Fault High Prog.
Enter

Prog.

(Programming mode)

(SET mode)

Steady On LED

Change XXX

Change XXX

LED (On or OFF) Blinking LED

X X X - Very High Set Value C


Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

X X X - V. High S.P. Differential C


Channel Temperature Set Max.
Enter

(t)s
ON

Keep Key Pressed for specified time in Secs. Programming mode OFF.

X X X C

Func.

Auto
ON

X X X C
V. High Fan

Func.

Auto
ON

Prog.
ON

Prog.

Fault

High

Programming mode ON.


Prog.
Enter

Prog.

Change XXX

Change XXX

X X X - Fan Set Value O C


Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

X X X - Fan S.P. Differential O C


Channel Temperature Set Max.
Enter

X X X C

Func.

Auto
ON

X X X C
V. High Fan

Func.

Auto
ON

Prog.

Fault

High

Prog.

Enter

Change XXX

Change XXX
Notes : 1. The new set values are saved for future use only if the the whole cycle is completed. 2. The controller can be taken out of Set mode any time using Esc key. 3. Any key operation other than indicated will be ignored by the controller. 4. If no key is pressed for 60 secs, the controller will return to display Program message.

Return after saving new set values

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Fig - 2.a Programming mode (SET Mode)

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TR-7570
Program message
Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

Func.

Auto
ON

Off LED
Prog.

(Programming mode)

Steady On LED

LED (On or OFF) Blinking LED

Func. Esc.

(t)s
ON

Keep Key Pressed for specified time in Secs. Programming mode OFF.

Fn. 1- Display Speed.


Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

Prog.
ON
o

Func.

X C

Auto
ON

X = Either 0 or last used Function number

Programming mode ON.


Prog.

Prog.

(Function mode)

Change Function No.


Fn. 1- Display Speed.
Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

X X - Display Speed Secs.


Channel Temperature Set Max.
Enter

Func.

Auto
ON

X X C
V. High Fan

Func.

Auto
ON

Prog.

Fault

High

Prog.

Change Value XX

(Function mode)

Enter

Change Function No. Continued To Next Page

Notes : 1.The controller can be taken out of Function any time using Esc key. 2. If no key is pressed for 60 secs, the controller will return to display Program message.

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Fig - 2.b Programming mode (Function Mode)

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Fn. 2- Time Delay for Relay Operations.
Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

TR-7570
X X - Delay in Secs for High Relay.
Channel Temperature Set Max.
Enter

X X - Delay in Secs for V. High Relay.


Channel Temperature Set Max.
Enter

Func.

Auto
ON

X X C
V. High Fan

Func.

Auto
ON

X X C
o

Func.

Auto
ON

Prog.

Fault

High

Prog.

Fault

High

V. High

Fan

Prog.

Change Value XX

Off LED Steady On LED

Change Value XX
Enter

LED (On or OFF) Blinking LED

X X - Delay in Secs for Fan Relay.


Channel
Enter

(t)s
ON

Keep Key Pressed for specified time in Secs. Programming mode OFF.

Temperature Set

X X C
o

Func.

Auto
ON

Prog.
ON

Max. Fault High V. High Fan

Programming mode ON.


Prog. Prog.

Change Function No.

Change Value XX

Fn. 3 - Relay Grouping


Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

X - Channel number
Channel Temperature Set Max.
Enter Enter
o

X - Channel number
Channel Set Max. Temperature
Func.

Func.

Auto
ON

X C
V. High Fan

Auto
ON

X
x
V. High

Y C
x
Fan

Func.

Auto
ON

x
Prog. Fault High Prog.
Esc.

Fault

High

Prog.

(Function mode)
Esc.

Change Channel
Restart message
Channel Temperature Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan
Func.

Relay controlled by this channel are indicated by glowing of respective of LEDs

Enter

To change Y between h means high H means Very High and F means Fan To toggle the status of LED corresponding to Y
Notes : 1.The controller can be taken out of Function any time using Esc key. 2. If no key is pressed for 60 secs, the controller will return to display Program message.

Change Function No.

Auto
ON

Prog.

Continued To Next Page

Controller restarts & displays PRG after flash on message.

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Fig - 2.c Programming mode (Function Mode)

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Fn.4 - Add / Delete Channels
Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

TR-7570
X - Channel number
Channel Temperature Set Max.
Enter

X - Channel number
Channel
o

Temperature Set

Func.

Func.

Auto
ON

X C
V. High Fan

Auto
ON

X
V. High Fan

Func.

Auto
ON

Select Channel
Fault
Enter

Max. High

Off LED
Prog.

Prog.

Fault

High

Prog.

(Function mode)

Steady On LED

Esc.

Toggle between message on and off


X - Channel number
Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

LED (On or OFF) Blinking LED

Restart message
Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

(t)s

Keep Key Pressed for specified time in Secs. Programming mode OFF.

Esc.

Func.

Auto
ON

Func.

ON

Auto
ON

Prog.
ON

Programming mode ON.


Prog. Prog. Prog.

Select Function No.

Controller restarts & displays PRG after flash on message.

Fn.5 - Remote O/p Selection.


Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

X - Channel number
Channel Temperature Set Max.
Enter

Channel with Highest Temp.


Channel
o

Temperature Set

Func.

Func.

Auto
ON

X C
V. High Fan

Auto
ON

C
V. High Fan

Func.

OR
Fault

Auto
ON

Max. High

Prog.

Fault

High

Prog.

Prog.

(Function mode)

- means MAX.

Change between Channel 1,2,3, 4 and Highest temperature Channel Select Function No.

Enter

Save new Value

Notes : 1.The controller can be taken out of Function any time using Esc key. 2. If no key is pressed for 60 secs, the controller will return to display Program message.

Continued To Next Page


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Fig - 2.d Programming mode (Function Mode)

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Fn.7- Max. Temp. Recording Parameters
Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

TR-7570
X X X - Record Maximum Above Deg. C
Channel Temperature Set Max.
Enter

X X - Record Maximum in Steps of Deg. C


Channel Temperature Set Max.

Func.

Auto
ON

X X X C
V. High Fan

Func.

Auto
ON

X X C
V. High Fan

Func.

Auto
ON

Off LED
Prog. Fault High Prog.
Enter

Fault

High

Prog.

Enter

(Function mode)

Steady On LED

Change Value XXX

Change Value XX

LED (On or OFF) Blinking LED

(t)s
Select Function No.
ON

Keep Key Pressed for specified time in Secs. Programming mode OFF.

Prog.
ON

Programming mode ON. Fn.9 - Default Calibration


Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

X - Channel number
Channel Temperature Set Max.
Enter

X - Channel number
Channel Temperature Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan

Prog.

Func.

Auto
ON

C
V. High Fan

Func.

Auto
ON

Toggle between Yes & Nol

Func.

Auto
ON

Prog.

Fault

High

Prog.

Prog.

(Function mode)
Enter

Will return without making any changes

Enter

Will return with factory calibration values

Select Function No.

Continued To Next Page

Notes : 1.The controller can be taken out of Function any time using Esc key. 2. If no key is pressed for 60 secs, the controller will return to display Program message.

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Fig - 2.e Programming mode (Function Mode)

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Fn. 8 - Calibration
Channel Set Max. Fault High V. High Fan Temperature

TR-7570
X - Channel number
Channel Temperature Set Max.
Enter

Restart message
Channel
o

Temperature Set

Func.

Func.
Esc.

Auto
ON

X C
V. High Fan

Auto
ON

C
V. High Fan

Func.

Auto
ON

Max. Fault High

Off LED
Prog. Fault High Prog. Prog.

(Function mode)
Enter

Steady On LED

Controller restarts & displays PRG after flash on message. Select Channel no.
Func.

LED (On or OFF) Blinking LED

(t)s
ON

Keep Key Pressed for specified time in Secs. Programming mode OFF.

Channel Set Max. Fault High

Temperature

C
V. High Fan

Auto
ON

Short the three terminals for RTD - X

Prog.
ON

Programming mode ON.


Prog. Prog.

Enter

Resistor Value - 100.0 ohms


Channel
Esc. Enter

Temperature Set

C
V. High Fan

Func.

Auto
ON

Max. Fault High

Put a 150.0 (0.1%) resistor between first and second terminal for RTD-X Short second and third terminal for RTD-X

Prog.

Notes : 1. As this is a very important and critical adjustment, care should be taken not to press any key other than depicted as it may lead to wrong calibration. 2.The controller can be taken out of Function any time using Esc key. 3. If no key is pressed for 60 secs, the controller will return to display Program message.

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Fig - 2.f Programming mode (Function Mode)

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TR-7570

C d for Very High Relay d for High Relay

180 172 160 156

Transformer Winding Temperature

90 82

d for Fan Relay

time Set point : 90 oC d = 8 oC t = 5 Sec t time t t t Set point : 160 oC d = 4 oC t = 5 Sec t t time t t Set point : 180 oC d = 8 oC t = 7 Sec time t t

Fan Relay High Relay Very High Relay

On Off

On Off

On Off

d = differential / hysterysis in relay operation - oC t = time delay in relay operation - seconds


R

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Fig - 3 Relay Operation (For Default Settings)

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265

130 235 (+5/-0)

30

X =
C

X =

A
150 (+5/-0)

215

Transformer Protection Relay


R

TR-7570

Front Cover Fixing Screw (Open for making connections and settings) M6 Threads

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MOUNTING DETAILS FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW


Mounting Plate of Purchaser (Max. 6 mm thick)
75 55 35

Controller Mounting Slot


Plain Washer

Earthing Stud (1/4" x 3/4" SCREW)


27

40

6 mm X 30 mm Long Fixing Screw Anti Vibration Rubber

BOTTOM VIEW

3 x 25.4 Dia (1") Hole for cable gland

Nut and Plain Washer

17

DETAIL-A
Note : - All dimensions are in m.m. - Mounting assembly shown at only one bracket

ANNEXURE - 2 DIMENSIONAL & MOUNTING DETAILS OF TR-7570

1 White
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

3 Red

Channel Set Max.

Temperature

C
V. High Fan

Pt-100
30 29 28

Fault

High

Aux. Supply (fused) For Aux supply 240 VAC Connect Neutral at Terminal 30 Connect Line at Terminal 28 For Aux Supply 110 VAC Connect Neutral at Terminal 30 Connect Line at Terminal 29 RTD-1 CONNECTIONS TO TR-7570

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PECON - WTI/SCANNER TR-7570

Fault

Alarm

Trip Coil

Contactor for Fan

25 26

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Terminal block To terminal block


Note : Fault relay is normally in energized state. It de-energizes on Fault condition.
+

Aux. Supply

4-20 mA Remote Indicator (RWTI-400 or Equivalent) Note : 1) Numbers in are terminal nos. on TR-7570.

Use 2.5 mm2 Teflon covered copper wires for extension


RTD RTD RTD

Terminal no 27 does not exist 2) Remote output can be programmed for either one of the channels or to correspond to the maximum temperature being monitored

RTD embeded inside the coil

4 3 2 1

Alarm / Hooter Remote Indicator RTD Pt-100 WTI/Scanner

AL-03 RWTI-400 S-02 TR-7570

1 1 3 1

Annunciator / RTCC Optional on RTCC Embended in Trafo. windings Marshalling Box

ANNEXURE - 3 CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR WTI-SCANNER TR-7570


CR / DRY TYPE TRANSFORMER

Sr.No.

Item

Type No.

Qty.

Location.

Doc. No.: 02041201

White 4 mm Red Red 40 mm max.

Extention leads teflon over teflon insulated silver plated copper wires 24/7/32 AWG terminated on Bootlace ferrules (Standard lead length is 1000 mm +25 mm )

RTD Sensor S-02

These sensors are tested for : 1) Dimensions 2) Calibration at 50OC, 100 OC & at 180 OC 3) Dielectric Strength : 2KV rms for 1 min. Pt-100 Temperature - resistance characteristic
Temp. Deg. C. Resistance Ohms
R

Pt - 100

Red

-25.00 90.15

0.00 100.00

50.00 119.40

Red
(DIN 43760)

3 mm dia Ceramic, Pt-100 element inside heat shrink sleeve

White

100.00 138.50

150.00 157.31

200.00 175.84

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RTD Sensor S-02


Title

Note : 1) RTD Sensor S-02 is suitable over -50 to +200 OC temperature range 2) Sensor S-02 is Class B IEC 751 permissible error OC = [ 0.3 + (.005 x t) ] where t is the temperature in OC. 3) Longer lead lengths are available for specific needs.

Power Electronics & Control


Ahmedabad

Date 01/08/ 1999

Scale NTS

Drg. no. PEC/02041201