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Substation Automation and
Protection Training
REB 500/REB500Sys
Busbar Protection
Introduction

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REB500
- Numerical Busbar- & Breaker
Failure Protection System
- System Firmware Version < 6
- Bay Unit Type:
BU01 (for FW Vers. 4.xx)
BU02 (for FW Vers. 5.xx)
- Central Unit Typ:
CU01 / CU02
REB500sys
- Numerical Station Protection
System
- System Firmware Version 6
- Bay Unit Type:
BU03
- Central Unit Typ :
CU01 / CU02 (for FW Vers. 6.xx)
CU03 (for FW Vers. 7.xx -
CU Re- Design)
Definitions / Features

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analogue und signalling inputs
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Fibre optical connection(f.o.)
f.o.
Trippingand alarmoutputs
General In- and ouputs
(e.g. reset, blockings, alarms)
Functionality and Hardware Overview1

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analogue und signalling inputs
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Fibre optical connection(f.o.)
f.o.
Trippingand alarmoutputs
General In- and ouputs
(e.g. reset, blockings, alarms)
Distributed
Intelligence
and functionality
Functionality and Hardware Overview2

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Transfer Bus
12 Binary Inputs
9 Binary Outputs
59 / 60 Bay Units BU - 32 Protection Zones
16 Binary Inputs,
16 Binary Outputs
4 Current Transformer (1A & 5A)
1 Breaker
System
BBP BFP DR I0 EFP OC U< PD ER COM HMI
Quadruple Busbar Single Busbar Double Busbar Triple Busbar
Options: Redundant Power Supply
4 Voltage Transformer
Options: 12 Binary Inputs, 9 Binary Outputs
Redundant Power Supply
BBP = Busbar Protection
BFP = Breaker Failure
Protection
DR = Disturbance Recording
ER= Event Recording
EFP = End Fault Protection
OC = Overcurrent Protection
PD = Pole discrepancy Protection
I0 = Neutral Current Detection
Com = Communication
HMI = Human Maschine Interface
Abbreviations:
Functionality
Central Unit
Maximum
Configuration
Bay Unit
(BU02)
Installation
REB500 functionality & hardware

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REB500 Mai n functi onal i ty
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Busbar protection (87B) X
Isolator supervision X
Differential current supervision X
Comprehensive self-supervision X
Software Matrix for Inputs / Outputs / Trip matrix X
Time synchronization X
Event recording up to 1000 events X
Disturbance recorder (4 x I, 5x U ) 1.5 sec; (U if VT avail.) X
Dynamic Busbar replica with display of currents X
Testgenerator X
Remote-HMI X
Trip command re-direction X
Measurement of neutral current I0 (87B) X
Breaker failure protection (51BF) X
End-fault protection (51) X
Breaker pole discrepancy (51) X
Overcurrent check feature (51) X
Voltage check feature (27/59) X
Overcurrent protection (def. time) (51) X
Disturbance recorder (4 x I, 4 x U) up to 10 sec. at 2400 Hz X
Communication interface LON / IEC60870-5-103 X
2nd Binary input output card for central X
Redundant power supply for central- and/or bay units X
Functionality as in
conventional
busbar protection
Additional Functionality
as Standard in REB500
Possible further functionality
to benefit from
the numerical technologies
Feature - Station Protection

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REB500sys functionality =REB500 +
Distance protection (21)
Autoreclosure (79)
Synchrocheck (25)
Direct. sensitive EF prot. For grounded systems (67N)
Direct. sensitive EF prot. for ungrounded or
compensated systems (32N)
Transformer differential protection
2-/3 w & Auto Transformer (87T)
Thermal overload (49)
Peak value over and
undercurrent protection (50)
Inverse time earth fault overcurrent protection (51N)
Definite / Inverse time over
and undercurrent protection (51)
Definite time over
and undervoltage protection (59/27)
Directional overcurrent definite / inverse time protection
(67)
Three phase current / voltage plausibility (46 / 47)
Power (32)
Overfluxing definite / inverse time (24)
Frequency (81)
Rate-of-change of frequency df/dt (81)
Test Sequenzer
TDiff

I peak
Power
Overflux
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DEF
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U >
U<
Logic
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Feature - Bay Protection

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TP since FW
Version
7.20
Basic functions
I > I >
U >
U<
Logik
Standard Configuration Feeder Protection

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System Protection - Functions
Station Protection - Functions
BFP EFP OC PD U< DR ER HMI
BBP I0 ER
COM
SA
HMI
Test
generator
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Bay Protection - Functions
TDiff I peak Power
Over-
flux
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Z< DEF I > I >
U >
U<
Logic AR SC
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Installations
1 4 busbars incl. transfer bus
1 breaker configuration
60 bay units BU03
32 protections zones
Bay Unit
Central Unit
Application Areas for REB 500/REB500Sys.

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Electromechanical Relays 1903
Static Relays 1960
Numerical Protection 1987
Numerical HV Automation System 1991
Numerical Busbar & Breaker Failure Protection 1994
Fully Graphical HMI 1997
Automation System with Sensors & Actors 1998
REB500sys including Line protection 2001
REB500 with IEC61850-8-1 2005
REB500sys with IEC61850-8-1 2007
REB500 with HMI500 Configurator 2009
History