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CSC-121

Breaker Protection IED


Engineering and Operation
Manual

























VersionV1.00
Doc. Code: 0SF.465.020(E)
Issued Date2012.8
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Preface
Purpose of this manual
This manual describes operation, installation, commissioning, protection test
and putting the IED into service. The manual includes the following chapters:
Introduction, this chapter presents the basic content and have a brief
introduction of this manual
Local human machine interface, this chapter presents the configuration
of HMI interface and how to use the HMI
Installing the IED, this chapter introduces the procedure to install IED and
how to check that the IED is properly connected to the protection system
Read and change setting, this chapter introduces how to read and
change the setting value via LHMI or software tool, and switch the setting
value group
Testing the communication connection and time synchronization, this
chapter presents how to test the communication port connection and
introduces how to test time synchronization
IED testing, this chapter contains that what should be tested and how to
test the IED
Operating maintenance, this chaper describes the items for maintenance
and how to maintain the IED when operating
Transportion and storage, this chapter presents how to transport and
store the IED
Appendix, this chapter presents the significant data and diagram of the
IED
Target audience
This manual mainly face to installation engineer, commissioning engineer and
operation engineer with perfessional electric and electrical knowledge, rich
experience in protection function, using protection IED, test IED, responsible

for the installation, commissioning, maintenance and taking the protection
IED in and out of normal service.
Applicability of this manual
This manual is valid for CSC-121 Breaker Protection IED.
Technical support
In case of further questions concerning the CSC family, please contact Sifang
compay or your local Sifang representative.
Safety information
Strictly follow the company and international safety regulations.
Working in a high voltage environment requires serious approch to
aviod human injuries and damage to equipment
Do not touch any circuitry during operation. Potentially lethal
voltages and currents are present
Avoid to touching the circuitry when covers are removed. The IED
contains electirc circuits which can be damaged if exposed to static
electricity. Lethal high voltage circuits are also exposed when covers
are removed
Using the isolated test pins when measuring signals in open circuitry.
Potentially lethal voltages and currents are present
Never connect or disconnect wire and/or connector to or from IED
during normal operation. Dangerous voltages and currents are
present. Operation may be interrupted and IED and measuring
circuitry may be damaged
Always connect the IED to protective earth regardless of the

operating conditions. Operating the IED without proper earthing may
damage both IED and measuring circuitry and may cause injuries in
case of an accident.
Do not disconnect the secondary connection of current transformer
without short-circuiting the transformers secondary winding.
Operating a current transformer with the secondary winding open will
cause a high voltage that may damage the transformer and may
cause injuries to humans.
Do not remove the screw from a powered IED or from an IED
connected to power circuitry. Potentially lethal voltages and currents
are present
Using the certified conductive bags to transport PCBs (modules).
Handling modules with a conductive wrist strap connected to
protective earth and on an antistatic surface. Electrostatic discharge
may cause damage to the module due to electronic circuits are
sensitive to this phenomenon
Do not connect live wires to the IED, internal circuitry may be
damaged
When replacing modules using a conductive wrist strap connected to
protective earth. Electrostatic discharge may damage the modules
and IED circuitry
When installing and commissioning, take care to avoid electrical
shock if accessing wiring and connection IEDs
Changing the setting value group will inevitably change the IEDs
operation. Be careful and check regulations before making the
change

Contents
Chapter 1 IED introduction ............................................................................................................... 1
Chapter 2 Local human machine interface .................................................................................... 3
1 Introduction ....................................................................................................................................... 4
2 Liquid crystal display (LCD) ........................................................................................................... 6
3 Keyboard ........................................................................................................................................... 7
4 IED menu .......................................................................................................................................... 8
4.1 Menu construction ........................................................................................................... 8
4.2 Operation status ............................................................................................................... 9
4.3 Query reports ................................................................................................................. 10
4.4 Set time ........................................................................................................................... 10
4.5 Contrast ........................................................................................................................... 10
4.6 Settings ........................................................................................................................... 10
4.7 IED setting ...................................................................................................................... 12
4.8 Test binary output .......................................................................................................... 12
4.9 Testing operation ........................................................................................................... 12
Chapter 3 Installing IED .................................................................................................................. 15
1 Unpacking and checking the IED ................................................................................................ 16
2 Installing the IED ............................................................................................................................ 17
3 IED connection ............................................................................................................................... 18
3.1 IED connector ................................................................................................................. 18
3.1.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................. 18
3.1.2 Terminals of Analogue Input Module (AIM) ........................................................ 19
3.1.3 Terminals of Binary Input Module (BIM) ............................................................. 21
3.1.4 Terminals of Binary Output Module (BOM) ........................................................ 22
3.1.5 Terminals of Communication module (COM) .................................................... 26
3.1.6 Terminals of Power Supply Module (PSM) ........................................................ 27
3.1.7 RS232 port .............................................................................................................. 28
3.2 Connecting to protective earth ..................................................................................... 28
3.3 Connecting the power supply module ........................................................................ 28
3.4 Connecting to CT and VT circuits ............................................................................... 28
3.5 Connecting the binary inputs and outputs.................................................................. 28
3.6 Making the screen connection ..................................................................................... 30
3.7 RS485 and RS232 ports connection .......................................................................... 30
3.7.1 RS485 port connection ......................................................................................... 30
3.7.2 RS232 port connection ......................................................................................... 31
3.8 Connecting the GPS...................................................................................................... 31
4 Checking before energizing ......................................................................................................... 33
4.1 Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 33
4.2 Checking the protective earth connection .................................................................. 33
4.3 Checking the power supply connection ...................................................................... 33

4.4 Checking the CT and VT circuits connection ............................................................ 33
4.4.1 Checking the CT circuits connection .................................................................. 33
4.4.2 Checking the VT connection ................................................................................ 34
4.5 Checking the binary input and output connection .................................................... 34
4.5.1 Checking the binary input connection ................................................................ 34
4.5.2 Checking the binary output connection .............................................................. 35
4.6 Checking the screened cables connection ................................................................ 35
4.7 Checking the RS485 and RS232 port connectios .................................................... 35
4.7.1 Checking the RS485 port connection ................................................................. 35
4.7.2 Checking RS232 port connection ....................................................................... 35
4.8 Checking GPS connection ........................................................................................... 35
4.9 Checking the insulation voltage and insulation resistance ..................................... 35
4.9.1 Checking the insulation voltage .......................................................................... 35
4.9.2 Checking the insulation resistance ..................................................................... 36
5 Checking after energizing ............................................................................................................ 37
5.1 Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 37
5.2 Test LCD ......................................................................................................................... 37
5.3 Test the keyboard .......................................................................................................... 37
5.4 Setting the IED time ...................................................................................................... 37
5.5 Self-supervision HMI data ............................................................................................ 38
5.6 Checking the software and hardware version ........................................................... 38
Chapter 4 Read and change setting ............................................................................................. 39
1 Read and change the setting vaule ............................................................................................ 40
1.1 Read and change the setting value via LHMI ........................................................... 40
1.1.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................. 40
1.1.2 Communication parameter ................................................................................... 40
1.1.3 Equipment parameter ........................................................................................... 41
1.1.4 Setting values and binary settings for protection function ............................... 41
2 Switching the setting group .......................................................................................................... 49
2.1 Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 49
2.2 Method for switching setting group via LHMI ............................................................ 49
2.3 Method for switching setting group via binary input ................................................. 49
Chapter 5 Testing the communication connection and time synchronization ......................... 51
1 Testing the communication connection ...................................................................................... 52
1.1 Testing the Ethernet communication .......................................................................... 52
1.1.1 Testing the electrical Ethernet communication ................................................. 52
1.1.2 Testing the optical Ethernet communication ...................................................... 52
1.2 Testing the RS485 port................................................................................................. 52
1.3 Testing the RS232 port................................................................................................. 52
2 Testing the time synchronization ................................................................................................. 54
2.1 Network mode ................................................................................................................ 54
2.2 Pulse mode .................................................................................................................... 54
2.3 IRIG-B mode .................................................................................................................. 54
Chapter 6 IED testing ...................................................................................................................... 55

1 Introduction ..................................................................................................................................... 56
2 Points for attention during testing................................................................................................ 58
3 Preparing for test ........................................................................................................................... 60
3.1 Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 60
3.2 Connecting test equipment to IED .............................................................................. 60
4 Testing the power supply .............................................................................................................. 62
4.1 Checking the self-startup performance ...................................................................... 62
4.2 DC power on and power off testing............................................................................. 62
4.3 Checking the expiry date of power supply ................................................................. 62
5 Checking the analog channel ...................................................................................................... 63
5.1 Checking the zero drift .................................................................................................. 63
5.2 Calibrating ....................................................................................................................... 63
5.3 Checking the accuracy and the linearity of analog quantitis ................................... 63
5.4 Checking the polarity of analog quantities ................................................................. 64
6 Testing binary input ....................................................................................................................... 65
7 Testing binary output ..................................................................................................................... 66
8 Verifying the IED functions ........................................................................................................... 67
8.1 Overcurrent protection .................................................................................................. 67
8.1.1 Verifying the settings ............................................................................................. 67
8.1.2 Completing the test ................................................................................................ 75
8.1.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................... 75
8.2 Earth fault protection ..................................................................................................... 77
8.2.1 Verifying the settings ............................................................................................. 77
8.2.2 Completing the test ................................................................................................ 85
8.2.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................... 85
8.3 Neutral earth fault protection ........................................................................................ 88
8.3.1 Verifying the settings ............................................................................................. 88
8.3.2 Completing the test ................................................................................................ 94
8.3.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................... 94
8.4 Sensitive earth fault protection .................................................................................... 96
8.4.1 Verifying the settings ............................................................................................. 96
8.4.2 Completing the test .............................................................................................. 102
8.4.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 102
8.5 Negative sequence overcurrent protection .............................................................. 104
8.5.1 Verifying the settings ........................................................................................... 104
8.5.2 Completing the test .............................................................................................. 107
8.5.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 107
8.6 Thermal overload protection ...................................................................................... 108
8.6.1 Verifying the settings ........................................................................................... 108
8.6.2 Completing the test .............................................................................................. 112
8.6.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 112
8.7 Overload protection ..................................................................................................... 112
8.7.1 Verifying the settings ........................................................................................... 112
8.7.2 Completing the test .............................................................................................. 114

8.7.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 114
8.8 Overvoltage protection ............................................................................................... 115
8.8.1 Verifying the settings ........................................................................................... 115
8.8.2 Completing the test ............................................................................................. 121
8.8.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 122
8.9 Undervoltage protection ............................................................................................. 122
8.9.1 Verifying the settings ........................................................................................... 122
8.9.2 Completing the test ............................................................................................. 130
8.9.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 130
8.10 Displacement voltage protection ............................................................................... 131
8.10.1 Verifying the settings ........................................................................................... 131
8.10.2 Completing the test ............................................................................................. 133
8.10.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 133
8.11 Circuit breaker failure protection ............................................................................... 134
8.11.1 Verifying the settings of stage 1 of CBF protection ........................................ 134
8.11.2 Completing the test ............................................................................................. 142
8.11.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 142
8.12 Dead zone protection .................................................................................................. 143
8.12.1 Verifying the settings ........................................................................................... 143
8.12.2 Completing the test ............................................................................................. 145
8.12.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 145
8.13 STUB protection .......................................................................................................... 146
8.13.1 Verifying the settings ........................................................................................... 146
8.13.2 Completing the test ............................................................................................. 149
8.13.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 149
8.14 Poles discordance protection .................................................................................... 149
8.14.1 Verifying the settings ........................................................................................... 149
8.14.2 Completing the test ............................................................................................. 154
8.14.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 155
8.15 Synchro-check and energizing check function ....................................................... 155
8.15.1 Verifying the settings ........................................................................................... 155
8.15.2 Completing the test ............................................................................................. 170
8.15.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 170
8.16 Auto-reclosing function ............................................................................................... 171
8.16.1 Verifying the settings ........................................................................................... 171
8.16.2 Completing the test ............................................................................................. 174
8.16.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 175
8.17 Current transformer secondary circuit supervision ................................................. 176
8.17.1 Verifying the settings ........................................................................................... 176
8.17.2 Completing the test ............................................................................................. 178
8.17.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 178
8.18 Voltage transformer secondary circuit supervision ................................................ 178
8.18.1 Verifying the settings ........................................................................................... 178
8.18.2 Completing the test ............................................................................................. 187

8.18.3 Reference setting list for test ............................................................................. 187
8.19 Monitoring function ...................................................................................................... 188
8.19.1 Reference voltage monitoring ............................................................................ 188
8.19.2 Auxiliary contact of circuit breaker monitoring ................................................. 188
9 Checking before operation ......................................................................................................... 190
9.1 Checking the LED ........................................................................................................ 190
9.2 Checking the display on LCD..................................................................................... 190
9.3 Checking the clock ...................................................................................................... 190
9.4 Checking the voltage and current ............................................................................. 190
9.5 Checking the setting group ........................................................................................ 190
9.6 Checking the setting .................................................................................................... 190
9.7 Checking the binary input ........................................................................................... 191
9.8 Checking the normal operation mode ....................................................................... 191
9.8.1 Trip and close test with the circuit breaker ....................................................... 191
9.9 Put into operation ......................................................................................................... 191
Chapter 7 Operating maintenance .............................................................................................. 193
1 Attentions during operating ........................................................................................................ 194
2 Routine checking ......................................................................................................................... 196
3 Periodical checking ..................................................................................................................... 197
4 Operation after updating software or replacing modules ....................................................... 198
4.1 Operation after updating software or replacing CPU module ............................... 198
4.2 Operation after updating software or replacing communication module ............. 198
4.3 Operation after replacing the binary input or output module ................................. 199
4.4 Operation after replacing the analog input module ................................................ 199
4.5 Operation after replacing power supply module ..................................................... 199
5 The alarm information and measure ......................................................................................... 200
5.1 Alarm information class I and the measure ............................................................. 200
5.2 Alarm information class II and the measure ............................................................ 200
Chapter 8 Transportation and storage ........................................................................................ 203
1 Transportion.................................................................................................................................. 204
2 Storage .......................................................................................................................................... 205
Chapter 9 Appendix ....................................................................................................................... 207
1 Arrangement diagram of modules ............................................................................................. 208
2 Typical diagram ............................................................................................................................ 209
Chapter 1 IED Introduction
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Chapter 1 IED Introduction



About this chapter
This chapter presents the overview of the operation and
engineering about the IED.

Chapter 1 IED Introduction
2
The Human Machine Interface (HMI) on the IED provides an ideal
mechanism for the day to day operation and even advanced use of the IED.
The keyboard, LCD and LEDs on the front of the IED are what constitute the
HMI. Troubleshooting, monitoring, setting and configuring are all possible via
this interface. Through the screens and menu elements available, as well as
the keypad, the user is able to navigate throughout the menu structure and
move from screen to screen.
The IED is unpacked and visually checked. The connection to the protection
system has to be checked in order to verify that the installation is successful.
The settings for each function must be calculated before the commissioning
task. The functions setting menu have been listed in detail so that the user
can find and change the required settings directly and correctly. For the
different application, the IED can be performed conveniently through
switching the setting group.
For the functions included in the IED can be tested by users, the testing
procedure have been listed as reference to verify that protection function
operate correctly.
After the IED is in service, some checking items also need to be done for
maintenance in order to ensure that the IED is in good condition during
operation, some suggestions have been preset as reference and the user can
perform some other checking items according to the relevant regulations.

Chapter 2 Local human machine interface
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Chapter 2 Local human machine
interface



About this chapter
This chapter describes the structure of human-machine
interface (HMI), LCD, LED, keyboard, RS232 and IED menu.
Instruction on how to operate with keys, how to configure the
LED and menu information introduction.

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1 Introduction
The HMI is simple and easy to be used for routine operation, the front panel
of the HMI consists of LCD, LED and keyboard. As shown in the following
picture, the setting, configuration, monitoring, maintenance and fault analysis
can be performed in HMI.
2
1
3
4
5
6
8
7
CSC-121

Figure 1 Front plate with 8 LEDs
2
1
3
4
5
6
8
7
CSC-121


Figure 2 Front plate with 20 LEDs
1. Liquid crystal display (LCD)
2. LEDs
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3. Shortcut function keys
4. Arrow keys
5. Reset key
6. Quit key
7. Set key
8. RS232 communication port


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2 Liquid crystal display (LCD)
The LCD background of HMI is blue, 8 lines with up to 28 characteristics per
line can be displayed.
When operating keys are pressed or in the case of IED alarming or operating
report appearance, the back light will turn on automatically until the preset
time delay elapse after the latest operation or alarm.

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3 Keyboard
The keyboard is used to monitor and operate IED. The keyboard has the
same look and feel in CSC family. As shown in Figure 1and Figure 2,
keyboard is divided into Arrow keys, Reset key, Quit key, Set key and shorcut
function keys. The specific instructions on the keys as the following table
described:
Table 1 Keys on the front of the IED
Key Function
Up arrow key Move up in menu
Page up between screens
Increase value in setting
Down arrow key Move down in menu
Page down between screens
Decrease value in setting
Left arrow key Move left in menu
Right arrow key Move Right in menu
Reset key Reset the LEDs
Return to normal scrolling display state directly
Set key Enter main menu or submenu
Confirm the setting change
Quit key Back to previous menu
Cancel the current operation and back to previous menu
Return to scrolling display state
Lock or unlock current display in the scrolling display state (the
lock state is indicated by a key type icon on the upright corner of
the LCD)




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4 IED menu
4.1 Menu construction
OpStatus
QueryRpt
SetTime
Contrast
Settings
Setup
TestBO
Testing
AI Version
BI EquipCode
Measure
EventRpt Log
CurTime SetTime
TestEffect
Protocol
ModifyPW
SOEReset
SetPrint
103Type
ProtSet
EquipPara
SimuReSig SwSetGr
ViewDrift
AdjDrift
ViewScale AdjScale
PrtSample
CommuPara
ProtContWd
MainMenu
AIDisplaySet
StartRpt


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Table 2 Full name for the menu
Sub-menu Full name Sub-sub menu Full name
OpStatus Operation status
AI Analog input
EquipCode Equipment code
Measure Measurement quantity
Version IED version
BI Binary input
QueryRpt Query reports
EventRpt Event reports
AlarmRpt Alarm reports
Log Operation logging
Set time Setting time
Cur Time Current time
Set Time Set time
Contrast LCD contrast TestEffect Test effect
Settings Setting value
CommuPara Communication parameter
ProtSet Protection setting
EquipPara Equipment parameter
PortContwd Protection binary setting
Setup IED setting
SOEReset SOE reset selection
ModifyPW Modify password
SetPrint Setting the print
Protocol Protocol selection
103Type 103 function type
Test BO Test binary output
Testing Testing operation
SimuReSig Simulation remote signalization
ViewDrift View zero drift
ViewScale View scale
PrtSample Print sample value
SwSetGr Switch setting group
AdjDrift Adjust zero drift
AdjScale Calibrating
4.2 Operation status
Sub menu Sub-sub menu Explanation
OpStatus
AI Read the secondary analogue of the selected CPU
module
EquipCode Read the versions, released time and CSC code of all
modules
Measure Read the analogue value and calculation value
Version Read the IED type, date and CPU version
BI Read the current status of binary inputs, Off or On
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4.3 Query reports
Sub
menu
Sub-sub menu Sub-sub-sub
menu
Explanation
QueryRpt
EventRpt Latest Rpt Query the latest event report, press the Set
key to see the report
Last 6 Rpts Query the latest six event reports, press the
Set key to see the report
QueryRpt by
Date
Query the reports by date
AlarmRpt Last 6 Rpts Query the latest six alarm reports, press the
Set key to see the report
QueryRpt by
Date
Query the reports by date
Log Last 6 Rpts Query the latest six operation reports, press
the Set key to see the report
QueryRpt by
Date
Query the reports by date
4.4 Set time
Sub menu Sub-sub menu Explanation
Set time
Cur Time
Modify the time with arrow keys
Set Time
4.5 Contrast
Sub menu Sub-sub menu Explanation
Contrast TestEffect Modify the contrast with arrow keys
4.6 Settings
Sub
menu
Sub-sub menu Sub-sub-sub
menu
Explanation
Settings CommuPara
BayName Enter into the line name
TimeMode NetworkTimeMode
PulseTimeMode
IRIG-B TimeMode
CommAddr Enter into the LON and RS485 address, and
the Ethernet 1 and Ethernet 2 address
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Sub
menu
Sub-sub menu Sub-sub-sub
menu
Explanation
BaudR485 Selection with up or down buttons
ProtSet
Common Common protection setting in this menu
EF Protection setting relation with earth fault
protection
SEF Protection setting relation with sensitive
earth fault protection
STUB Protection setting relation with STUB
protection
3V0 Protection setting relation with displacement
voltage protection
CBF_PD_DZ Protection setting relation with circuit
breaker failure, pole discordance and dead
zone protection
OC Protection setting relation with overcurrent
protection
NOC Protection setting relation with neutral
overcurrent protection
NSOC Protection setting relation with negative
sequence protection
Thermal OL Protection setting relation with thermal
overload protection
OV_UV Protection setting relation with overvoltage
and undervoltage protection
AR Protection setting relation with
auto-reclosuing protection
EquipPara
PortContwd
Common Common binary setting in this menu
EF Protection binary setting relation with earth
fault protection
SEF Protection binary setting relation with
sensitive earth fault protection
STUB Protection binary setting relation with STUB
protection
3V0 Protection binary setting relation with
displacement voltage protection
CBF_PD_DZ Protection binary setting relation with circuit
breaker failure, pole discordance and dead
zone protection
OC Protection binary setting relation with
overcurrent protection
NOC Protection binary setting relation with neutral
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Sub
menu
Sub-sub menu Sub-sub-sub
menu
Explanation
overcurrent protection
NSOC Protection binary setting relation with
negative sequence protection
Thermal OL Protection binary setting relation with
thermal overload protection
OV_UV Protection binary setting relation with
overvoltage and undervoltage protection
AR Protection binary setting relation with
auto-reclosuing protection
4.7 IED setting
Sub
menu
Sub-sub menu Sub-sub-sub
menu
Explanation
Setup
SOEReset
Manual Reset
Automatic
Reset

Really Reset
ModifyPW The fatory password: 8888
103Type IEC60870-5-103 code
Protocol If communication with automation system
via RS485 port, this item can be ignored
AI DisplaySet
Display Sec Ai Display secondary analog input quantity
Display Pri Ai Display primary analog input quantity
4.8 Test binary output
Sub
menu
Sub-sub menu Sub-sub-sub
menu
Explanation
Test BO
4.9 Testing operation
Sub
menu
Sub-sub menu Sub-sub-sub
menu
Explanation
Testing SimuReSig
Simu Alarm
Using or X to select the simulation point Simu Connt
TransRecData
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Sub
menu
Sub-sub menu Sub-sub-sub
menu
Explanation
Simu Trip
Simu BI
Simu MST
Alarm
ViewDrift
Enter into the CPU number
ViewScale
PrtSample
SwSetGr
AdjDrift
AdjScale

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Chapter 3 Installing IED
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Chapter 3 Installing IED



About this chapter
This chapter describes how to install the protection IED,
introduces connection of the contactor, analogue quantities,
binary inputs and outputs and power supply, and what should to
do before and after energizing.

Chapter 3 Installing IED
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1 Unpacking and checking the IED
Procedure:
1. Remove the transporting case
2. Visually inspect the IED
3. Check all items included in accordace with the delivery documents. Once
the IED has been started make sure that the software functions ordered
have been included in the delivery
4. Check for transport damages
If transport damage is discovered appropriate action must be taken
against the latest carrier and the latest SiFang office or representative
should be informed. If there are any discrepancies in relation to the
delivery documents, the SiFang company should be notified immediately
5. If the protection IED is repacked for transport again, the storage packing
of the IED must provide proper degree of protection against possible
damage, in accordance with the standard of IEC 60255-21-1 class 1 and
IEC 60255-21-2 class 1

Chapter 3 Installing IED
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2 Installing the IED
Procedure:
1. Insert the IED into cabinet and the bottom of the IED should be supported
on the frame of cabinet
2. Fix the IED by tightening all screws against the cabinet. The IED should
be fixed in the cabinet and each screw should be firmed
3. Connect the earthing screw on the rear panel to the nearest protective
earthing point in the cubicle. The protective earth cables should be green
or yellow conductors with cross-sectional area 2.5mm
2
according to
electrical regulations and electrical standards requirement
The cubicle must be properly connected to station earthing system, using
the conductor with cross-sectional area of at least 4mm
2
.
4. Power supply module connection
The wiring from the cubicle terminal block to the IED terminals must be
connected in accordance with the established guidelines for this type of
IED. The wires from binary inputs and outputs and the auxiliary power
supply must be routed separated from the current transformer cables
between the terminal blocks of the cubicle and the IEDs connections.
5. Connection to CT and VT circuits
CT and VT are connected to the analogue input module on the rear side
of the IED.
Using solid conductor with cross-sectional 2.5-6mm
2
(AWG14-10) or
stranded conductor with cross-sectional 2.5-4mm
2
(AWG14-12). The
screws used for fixation conductor should be tightened.
6. Connecting the binary input and output signals
Auxiliary power supply and binary input and output signals are connected
using female connectors. Signal wires are connected to a female
connector, which is then plugged into the corresponding male connector,
located at the rear of the IED.
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3 IED connection
3.1 IED connector
3.1.1 Introduction
The quantity and designation of connectors depend upon the ordering
information and application. The rear cover plates are prepared with enough
space for each configuration in ordering information and the cut-outs that are
not in use are covered with a plate from factory.

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3.1.2 Terminals of Analogue Input Module (AIM)
Terminals of Analogue Input
Module B
b01 a01
b02 a02
b03 a03
a04 b04
a05 b05
a06 b06
a07 b07
a08 b08
a09 b09
a10 b10
a11 b11
a b
a12 b12

Figure 3 Terminals arrangement of AIM B
Table 3 Description of terminals of AIM B
Terminal Analogue
Input
Remark
a01 I
A
Star point
b01 I
A

a02 I
B
Star point
b02 I
B

a03 I
C
Star point
b03 I
C

a04 I
N

b04 I
N
Star point
a05 Null
b05 Null
a06 Null
b06 Null
a07 Null
b07 Null
a08 Null
b08 Null
a09 Null
b09 Null
a10 Null
b10 Null
a11 Null
b11 Null
a12 Null
b12 Null
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Terminals of Analogue Input
Module E
b01 a01
b02 a02
b03 a03
a04 b04
a05 b05
a06 b06
a07 b07
a08 b08
a09 b09
a10 b10
a11 b11
a b
a12 b12

Figure 4 Terminals arrangement of AIM E
Table 4 Description of terminals of AIM E
Terminal Analogue
Input
Remark
a01 I
A
Star point
b01 I
A

a02 I
B
Star point
b02 I
B

a03 I
C
Star point
b03 I
C

a04 I
N

b04 I
N
Star point
a05 I
5

b05 I
5
Star point
a06 Null
b06 Null
a07 Null
b07 Null
a08 Null
b08 Null
a09 Null
b09 Null
a10 U
4
Star point
b10 U
4

a11 U
B
Star point
b11 U
C
Star point
a12 U
A
Star point
b12 U
N



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3.1.3 Terminals of Binary Input Module (BIM)
c02 a02
c04 a04
c06 a06
a08 c08
a10 c10
a12 c12
a14 c14
a16 c16
a18 c18
a20 c20
a22 c22
a24 c24
a26 c26
a28 c28
a30 c30
a32 c32
a c
DC - DC -

Figure 5 Terminals arrangement of BIM
Table 5 Description of terminals of BIM
Terminal Definition Remark
a02 BI1 BI group 1
c02 BI2 BI group 2
a04 BI3 BI group 1
c04 BI4 BI group 2
a06 BI5 BI group 1
c06 BI6 BI group 2
a08 BI7 BI group 1
c08 BI8 BI group 2
a10 BI9 BI group 1
c10 BI10 BI group 2
a12 BI11 BI group 1
c12 BI12 BI group 2
a14 BI13 BI group 1
c14 BI14 BI group 2
a16 BI15 BI group 1
c16 BI16 BI group 2
a18 BI17 BI group 1
c18 BI18 BI group 2
a20 BI19 BI group 1
c20 BI20 BI group 2
a22 BI21 BI group 1
c22 BI22 BI group 2
a24 BI23 BI group 1
c24 BI24 BI group 2
a26 BI25 BI group 1
c26 BI26 BI group 2
a28 BI27 BI group 1
c28 BI28 BI group 2
a30 BI29 BI group 1
c30 BI30 BI group 2
a32 DC - Input
Common
terminal of BI
group 1
c32 DC - Input
Common
terminal of BI
group 2


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3.1.4 Terminals of Binary Output Module (BOM)
Binary Output Module A
The module provides 16 output relays for tripping or initiating, with total 16
contacts.
a02
R
1
a04
a06
a08
a10
a12
a14
a16
a18
a20
a22
a24
a26
a28
a30
a32
a c
c02
c04
c06
c08
c10
c12
c14
c16
c18
c20
c22
c24
c26
c28
c30
c32
R
3
R
5
R
7
R
9
R
11
R
13
R
15
R
16
R
2
R
4
R
6
R
8
R
10
R
12
R
14

Figure 6 Terminals arrangement of BOM A

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Table 6 Description of terminals of BOM A
Terminal Definition
Related relay
a02 Trip contact 1-0 Output relay 1
c02 Trip contact 1-1 Output relay 1
a04 Trip contact 2-0 Output relay 2
c04 Trip contact 2-1 Output relay 2
a06 Trip contact 3-0 Output relay 3
c06 Trip contact 3-1 Output relay 3
a08 Trip contact 4-0 Output relay 4
c08 Trip contact 4-1 Output relay 4
a10 Trip contact 5-0 Output relay 5
c10 Trip contact 5-1 Output relay 5
a12 Trip contact 6-0 Output relay 6
c12 Trip contact 6-1 Output relay 6
a14 Trip contact 7-0 Output relay 7
c14 Trip contact 7-1 Output relay 7
a16 Trip contact 8-0 Output relay 8
c16 Trip contact 8-1 Output relay 8
a18 Trip contact 9-0 Output relay 9
c18 Trip contact 9-1 Output relay 9
a20 Trip contact 10-0 Output relay 10
c20 Trip contact 10-1 Output relay 10
a22 Trip contact 11-0 Output relay 11
c22 Trip contact 11-1 Output relay 11
a24 Trip contact 12-0 Output relay 12
c24 Trip contact 12-1 Output relay 12
a26 Trip contact 13-0 Output relay 13
c26 Trip contact 13-1 Output relay 13
a28 Trip contact 14-0 Output relay 14
c28 Trip contact 14-1 Output relay 14
a30 Trip contact 15-0 Output relay 15
c30 Trip contact 15-1 Output relay 15
a32 Trip contact 16-0 Output relay 16
c32 Trip contact 16-1 Output relay 16

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Binary Output Module C
The module provides 16 output relays for signal, with total 19 contacts.
a02
a04
a06
a08
a10
a12
a14
a16
a18
a20
a22
a24
a26
a28
a30
a32
a c
c02
c04
c06
c08
c10
c12
c14
c16
c18
c20
c22
c24
c26
c28
c30
c32
R
4
R
5
R
1
R
2
R
3
R
6
R
7
R
16
R
9
R
10
R
11
R
12
R
13
R
14
R
15
R
8

Figure 7 Terminals arrangement of BOM C

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Table 7 Description of terminals of BOM C
Terminal Definition Related relay
a02 Signal 1-0, Common terminal of signal contact group 1
c02 Signal 2-0, Common terminal of signal contact group 2
a04 Signal contact 1-1 Output relay 1
c04 Signal contact 2-1 Output relay 1
a06 Signal contact 1-2 Output relay 2
c06 Signal contact 2-2 Output relay 2
a08 Signal contact 1-3 Output relay 3
c08 Signal contact 2-3 Output relay 3
a10 Signal 3-0, Common terminal of signal contact group 3
c10 Signal 4-0, Common terminal of signal contact group 4
a12 Signal contact 3-1 Output relay 4
c12 Signal contact 4-1 Output relay 7
a14 Signal contact 3-2 Output relay 5
c14 Signal contact 4-2 Output relay 6
a16 Signal contact 5-0 Output relay 8
c16 Signal contact 5-1 Output relay 8
a18 Signal contact 6-0 Output relay 9
c18 Signal contact 6-1 Output relay 9
a20 Signal contact 7-0 Output relay 10
c20 Signal contact 7-1 Output relay 10
a22 Signal contact 8-0 Output relay 11
c22 Signal contact 8-1 Output relay 11
a24 Signal contact 9-0 Output relay 12
c24 Signal contact 9-1 Output relay 12
a26 Signal contact 10-0 Output relay 13
c26 Signal contact 10-1 Output relay 13
a28 Signal contact 11-0 Output relay 14
c28 Signal contact 11-1 Output relay 14
a30 Signal contact 12-0 Output relay 15
c30 Signal contact 12-1 Output relay 15
a32 Signal contact 13-0 Output relay 16
c32 Signal contact 13-1 Output relay 16
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3.1.5 Terminals of Communication module (COM)
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
EthernetportB
EthernetportA
EthernetportC

Figure 8 Terminals arrangement of COM
5
6
7
8
9
10
Ethernet
port

Figure 9 Examples of COM module
Table 8 Description of terminals of COM
Terminal Definition
01 Null
02 Null
03 Null
04 Null
05 Optional RS485 port - 2B
06 Optional RS485 port - 2A
07 Optional RS485 port - 1B
08 Optional RS485 port - 1A
09 Time synchronization
10 Time synchronization GND
11 Null
12 Null
13 Null
14 Null
15 Null
16 Null
Ethernet
Port A
Optional optical fiber or RJ45
port for station automation
system
Ethernet
Port B
Optional optical fiber or RJ45
port for station automation
system
Ethernet
Port C
Optional optical fiber or RJ45
port for station automation
system

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3.1.6 Terminals of Power Supply Module (PSM)
c02 a02
c04 a04
c06 a06
a08 c08
a10 c10
a12 c12
a14 c14
a16 c16
a18 c18
a20 c20
a22 c22
a24 c24
a26 c26
a28 c28
a30 c30
a32 c32
a c
DC 24V +
OUTPUTS
DC 24V -
OUTPUTS
AUX.DC +
INPUT
AUX. DC -
INPUT

Figure 10 Terminals arrangement of PSM
Table 9 Description of terminals of PSM
Terminal Definition
a02 AUX.DC 24V+ output 1
c02 AUX.DC 24V+ output 2
a04 AUX.DC 24V+ output 3
c04 AUX.DC 24V+ output 4
a06 Isolated terminal, not wired
c06 Isolated terminal, not wired
a08 AUX.DC 24V- output 1
c08 AUX.DC 24V- output 2
a10 AUX.DC 24V- output 3
c10 AUX.DC 24V- output 4
a12 AUX.DC 24V- output 5
c12 AUX.DC 24V- output 6
a14 Alarm contact A1, for
AUX.DC power input failure
c14 Alarm contact A0, for
AUX.DC power input failure
a16 Alarm contact B1, for
AUX.DC power input failure
c16 Alarm contact B0, for
AUX.DC power input failure
a18 Isolated terminal, not wired
c18 Isolated terminal, not wired
a20 AUX. power input 1, DC +
c20 AUX. power input 2, DC +
a22 AUX. power input 3, DC +
c22 AUX. power input 4, DC +
a24 Isolated terminal, not wired
c24 Isolated terminal, not wired
a26 AUX. power input 1, DC -
c26 AUX. power input 2, DC -
a28 AUX. power input 3, DC -
c28 AUX. power input 4, DC -
a30 Isolated terminal, not wired
c30 Isolated terminal, not wired
a32 Terminal for earthing
c32 Terminal for earthing

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3.1.7 RS232 port
RS232 serial port is located on front panel, the software tool in PC can be
connected with the IED via this port to make setting, testing and cofiguration,
etc.
3.2 Connecting to protective earth
Connect the earthing screw on the rear panel to the nearest protective
earthing point in the cubicle. The protective earth cables should be green or
yellow conductors with cross-sectional area 2.5mm
2
according to electrical
regulations and electrical standards requirement.
The cubicle must be properly connected to station earthing system, using the
conductor with cross-sectional area of at least 4mm
2
.
3.3 Connecting the power supply module
The wiring from the cubicle terminal block to the IED terminals must be
connected in accordance with the established guidelines for this type of IED.
The wires from binary inputs and outputs and the auxiliary power supply must
be routed separated from the current transformer cables between the terminal
blocks of the cubicle and the IEDs connections.
3.4 Connecting to CT and VT circuits
CT and VT are connected to the analogue input module on the rear side of
the IED.
Using solid conductor with cross-sectional 2.5-6mm
2
(AWG14-10) or stranded
conductor with cross-sectional 2.5-4mm
2
(AWG14-12). The screws used for
fixation conductor should be tightened.
3.5 Connecting the binary inputs and outputs
Auxiliary power supply and binary input and output signals are connected
using female connectors. Signal wires are connected to a female connector,
which is then plugged into the corresponding male connector, located at the
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rear of the IED.
Procedure:
1. Connect wire to the female connector
All wiring to the female connector should be done before it is plugged into
the male part and screwed to the case. The conductors can be of rigid
type (solid, stranded) or of flexible type.
The female connectors accept conductors with a cross section area of
0.2-1.5 mm
2
(AWG 24-15). If two conductors are used in the same
terminal, the maximum permissible cross section area is 0.2-0.8 mm
2

(AWG 24-18, each conductor corresponding to one cross section area).
If two conductors, each with area 1.5 mm
2
(AWG 15) need to be
connected to the same terminal, a ferrule must be used to combine the
two conductors, no soldering is needed.
Press the locking button by screwdriver to insert the wiring with ferrule
into the connector, move away the screwdriver after the ferrule has been
inserted into the connector completely to lock the wiring tightly. The follow
picture illustrates this process.

Figure 11 Connection illustration without inserting the connector
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Figure 12 Connection illustration with inserting the connector
2. Plug the connector to the corresponding back-side mounted male
connector
3. Lock the connector by fastening the lock screws
3.6 Making the screen connection
When using screened cables always make sure screens are earthed and
connected according to applicable engineering methods. This may include
checking for appropriate earth points near the IED, for instance, in the cubicle
and/or near the source of measuring. Ensure that earth connections are
made with short conductors of an adequate cross section, at least 6 mm
2

(AWG10) for single screen connections.
3.7 RS485 and RS232 ports connection
3.7.1 RS485 port connection
The RS485 interface is capable of half-duplex service with the signals A/A'
and B/B' to transmit signals.
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The network topology of RS485 adopts bus type of terminal matched, do not
support ring or star network. Use the single and continuous channel as bus.
The terminating resistance is located on beginning and terminal of the bus
cable. The other ports do not need the terminating resistance.
As shown in Figure 8 and Figure 9, RS485 port located on the rear side of
communication module. The IED provides two electrical isolation RS485
ports, the two ports can work at the same time with IEC60870-5-103 protocol
supported.
3.7.2 RS232 port connection
One RS232 serial port is provided and located on front panel, which is used to
connect personal computer. The RS232 port adopts half-dupex
communication mode, usually which is connected with 9-pin D-subminiature
female connectors
Connection method: direction connection cable for serial port, the IED
terminal is pins and the PC termianl is female connector. The terminal of 2, 3,
4 and 5 is connected directly. As shown in the following picture:

Figure 13 Example for serial port connection
The line 4 must be connected directly
3.8 Connecting the GPS
Mount the GPS antenna on the building roof or the place of visibility to all
direction is obtained, top of the antenna should be horizontal. Mount the
antenna to console and fix the console on the building roof with expansion
bolts. The turning radius should not be too small when laying the cables. The
length of antenna cables is designed strictly based on antenna gain, so, it is
not allowed to lengthen, shorten or add connectors that will affect signal
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reception or can't receive any signals.
The principle for mounting GPS antenna is that the position is visible
completely to all directions in 360, however, for some special conditions,
mount the antenna at the place with best visibility as far as possible.
The GPS port is located on the rear side of communication module, as shown
in Figure 8 and Figure 9, which can be connected with screened twist-pair
cable.

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4 Checking before energizing
4.1 Introduction
After completing the IED connections, the related connections need to be
checked, this section descirbes what should be checked before energizing.
This is done with IED and all connected circuits de-energized.
4.2 Checking the protective earth connection
Check the protective earthing connection of IED is connected reliably in
accordance with the related electrical regulations and standards.
4.3 Checking the power supply connection
Check that the auxiliary power supply voltage remains within the permissible
input voltage range under all operating conditions. Check that the polarity is
correct.
4.4 Checking the CT and VT circuits connection
4.4.1 Checking the CT circuits connection
Check that the wiring is in strict accordance with the supplied connection
diagram. If any errors appearance, do not continue before any errors are
corrected. The following tests shall be performed on every primary CT
connected to IED:
Primary injection test to verify the current change ratio of the CT, the
correct wiring up to the protection IED and correct phase sequence
connection (i.e. A, B, C)
Polarity checking to prove that the predicted direction of secondary
current flow is correct for a given direction of primary current flow
CT secondary loop resistance measurement in order to confirm that the
current transformer secondary loop DC resistance is within specification
and that there are no high resistance joints in the CT winding or wiring
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CT excitation test in order to confirm that the current transformer is of the
correct accuracy rating and that there are no shorted turns in the current
transformer windings. Manufacturer's design curves should be available
for the current transformer in order to compare the actual results
Check the earthing of the individual CT secondary circuits to verify that
each three-phase set of main CTs is properly connected to the station
earth and only at one electrical point
Checking the insulation resistance
Phase identification of CT shall be made
Both primary and secondary sides must be disconnected from the
line and IED when plotting the excitation characteristics
If the CT secondary circuit earth connection is removed without the
current transformer primary being de-energized, dangerous voltages
may result in the secondary CT circuits
4.4.2 Checking the VT connection
Check that the wiring is in strict accordance with the supplied connection
diagram. If any errors appearance, do not continue before any errors are
corrected.
The following tests are recommended:
Polarity check
VT circuit voltage measurement (primary injection test)
Grounding check
Phase relationship
Insulation resistance check
4.5 Checking the binary input and output connection
4.5.1 Checking the binary input connection
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When checking the binary inputs, it's better to disconnect the binary input
connector from binary input module. Check all connected signals in order to
make sure that both the input level and polarity of voltage are in accordance
with the IEDs specifications.
4.5.2 Checking the binary output connection
When checking the binary outputs, it's better to disconnect the binary output
connector from binary output module. Check all connected signals in order to
make sure that both the input level and polarity of voltage are in accordance
with the IEDs specifications.
4.6 Checking the screened cables connection
Check that the screened cables are connected correctly.
4.7 Checking the RS485 and RS232 port connectios
4.7.1 Checking the RS485 port connection
Check that the RS485 port connections are correct.
4.7.2 Checking RS232 port connection
Check that the RS232 serial port connections are correct.
4.8 Checking GPS connection
Check that the GPS connections are correct.
4.9 Checking the insulation voltage and insulation
resistance
4.9.1 Checking the insulation voltage
Using the withstand voltage tester to apply correspondung level voltage
between tested circuit and earth, and between circuits (e.g. 2000VAC
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/2800VDC), lasting 1 min. No flashover and breakdown apperance, the
leakage current is less than 10mA.
4.9.2 Checking the insulation resistance
Using a rotating meter with 500V to test insulation resistance in turn between
analog circuits and earth, and the circuits to each other. Every resistance
must not be less than 100 M. And the lasting time for resistance test is not
less than 5s to ensure that the value of insulation resistance is read in a
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5 Checking after energizing
5.1 Introduction
After completing of the external circuits connection, checking all connections
and energizing the IED, LCD and keyboard should be tested. Check that the
software version, serial number and the installed modules are in accordance
with ordering information. The IED time need to be set to ensure that the IED
time is synchronized with local time. The self-supervision function should also
be checked to verify that the IED operates properly.
5.2 Test LCD
After energizing the IED, the blue background of LCD light up, operate the
keys to turn pages to check that the LCD display is correct.
5.3 Test the keyboard
All the keys on front panel including Arrow keys, Reset key, Set key, Quit key
and shortcut key can be operated to check that these keys satisfy with the
correpsonding function, the detail functions of each key are described in
Table 1.
5.4 Setting the IED time
This procedure describes how to set the IED time from the local HMI.
1. Enter into the time setting menu: Set Time, press the Set button to enter
into the setting menu
2. Set the date and time
Use the Left and Right arrow buttons to move between the time and date
values (year, month, day, hours, minutes and seconds). Use the Up and
Down arrow buttons to change the value.
3. Confirm the setting
Press the Set button to set the data and clock to the new values.
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5.5 Self-supervision HMI data
Table 10 Self-supervision HMI data
Information Detail information Possible reason and solutions
Communication
Fail
Communication
Failure
Communication fails between CPU and COM module.
In this condition either the CPU is working abnormal or
the CAN (Controller Area Network) network
communication has been interrupted. Check each CPU
working state or CAN network on backboard.
Write Set Fail Write setting failure Write setting again
Write DevPara Fail
Write Device
parameter failure
Write device parameter again
No response for calling CPU configuration
Maybe the address of two CPU modules are same,
one of the two modules is not inserted or connected
badly
Alarming code XX The CPU modules is disabled
5.6 Checking the software and hardware version
Enter into menu: OpStatus/EquipCode
Checking the software version: In this menu, to check the protection
programm version.
Checking the hardware version: In this menu, to check the equipment code,
the version of binary input and output module, communication module and
HMI.

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Chapter 4 Read and change setting



About this chapter
This chapter describes how to set and read the setting values
and parameters either through LHMI or software tool, and how
to switch the setting value group.
This chapter does not contain instructions on how to calculate
the setting value, for the detail setting calculation information
please refers to the Technical application manual.

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1 Read and change the setting vaule
1.1 Read and change the setting value via LHMI
1.1.1 Introduction
All the function settings and binary settings can be read and set through LHMI.
The user can browse to the desired settings and enter into the appropriate
vaules, The parameters for each function can be found in the LHMI. See the
Technical applciation manual for a complete list of setting parameters for
each function.
1.1.2 Communication parameter
1.1.2.1 Bay name
Enter into menu: Settings/CommPara/BayName
Check and change bay name.
1.1.2.2 Time synchronization mode
SNTP mode
Enter into menu: Settings/CommuPara/TimeMode/NetworkTimeMode
The time synchronization mode can be changed into network time mode via
this setting.
PulseTimeMode
Enter into menu: Settings/CommuPara/TimeMode/PulesTimeMode
The time synchronization mode can be changed into pulse time mode via this
setting.
IRIG-BTimeMode
Enter into menu: Settings/CommuPara/TimeMode/IRIG-BTimeMode
The time synchronization mode can be changed into IRIG-B time mode via
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this setting.
1.1.2.3 Communication address
Enter into menu: Settings/CommuPara/CommAddr
The address of Lon network, RS485 port, Ethernet port 1and Ethernet 2 can
be modified in this setting .
1.1.2.4 485 baud rate
Enter into menu: Settings/CommuPara/BaudR485
485 baud rate is displayed and modified here.
1.1.3 Equipment parameter
Enter into menu: Settings/EquipPara
In this menu, the following items is displayed and can be modified: sampling
frequency for recording, rising or falling edge selection for each function.
All the functions are enabled or disabled via 1 or 0, 1 means enable, 0 means
disable.
Left or right keys are used to select value for pre-recording time and the up
and down keys are used to change value.
Note: when the cursor move to this item, at the bottom of screen,
displays the time limit for pre-recording time.
Left or right keys are used to select value for post-recording time and the up
and down keys are used to change value.
Note: when the cursor move to this item, at the bottom of screen,
displays the time limit for post-recording time.
1.1.4 Setting values and binary settings for protection
function
1.1.4.1 Introduction
Protection setting
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The menu of protection setting is used to check and modify every function
setting, using left and right button to chose the vaule and the up and down
buttons are used to modify the value, the upper and lower limits of setting
value will be displayed when the cursor move to corresponding setting items.
Protection binary setting
The protection binary settings are used to enable or disable each function,
1means enable and 0 means disable.
1.1.4.2 Common setting
1.1.4.2.1 Time for relay reset
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Check and set the time for relay reset.
1.1.4.2.2 Rated value of line voltage
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Check and set the primary and secondary rated value of line voltage.
1.1.4.2.3 Rated current value
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Check and set the primary and secondary rated current value.
1.1.4.3 Common binary setting
1.1.4.3.1 VT conneted from line side
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Enable or disable the VT connected from line side or bus side.
1.1.4.3.2 Switch setting group by binary input
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Enable or disable the setting group is switched by binary input.
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1.1.4.3.3 Test mode
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Enable or disable the test mode
1.1.4.3.4 Block remote access
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Enable or disable the function of block remote access.
1.1.4.3.5 I5 for SEF
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Enable or disable the the I5 current channel is appiled for SEF function or
NOC function.
1.1.4.4 Overload function
Enter into menu: Settings/Test Menu/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Enable or disable the binary setting for overload function.
1.1.4.5 Overcurrent protection
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC
Enable or disable the definite time stage and inverse time stage of
overcurrent protection function, and the features related with overcurrent
protection.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC
Check and set the various settings of overcurrent protection.
1.1.4.6 Earth fault protection
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF
Enable or disable the definite time stage and inverse time stage of earth fault
protection function, and the features related with earth fault protection.
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Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF
Check and set the various settings of earth fault protection.
1.1.4.7 Neutral earth fault protection
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC
Enable or disable the definite time stage and inverse time stage of neutral
earth fault protection function, and the features related with neutral earth fault
protection.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/ NOC
Check and set the various settings of neutral earth fault protection.
1.1.4.8 Sensitive earth fault protection
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF
Enable or disable the definite time stage and inverse time stage of sensitive
earth fault protection function, and the features related with sensitive earth
fault protection.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF
Check and set the various settings of sensitive earth fault protection.
1.1.4.9 Negative sequence overcurrent protection
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NSOC
Enable or disable the definite time stage and inverse time stage of negative
sequence overcurrent protection function, and the features related with
sensitive earth fault protection.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NSOC
Check and set the various settings of negative sequence overcurrent
protection.
1.1.4.10 STUB protection
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/STUB
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Enable or disable the STUB proteciton.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/STUB
Check and set the various settings of STUB protection.
1.1.4.11 Thermal overload protection
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL
Enable or disable the thermal overload proteciton and relevant functions.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL
Check and set the various settings of thermal overload protection.
1.1.4.12 Displacement voltage protection
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/3V0
Enable or disable the displacement voltage protection and relevant functions.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/3V0
Check and set the various settings of displacement voltage protection.
1.1.4.13 Overvoltage protection
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV
Enable or disable the overvoltage protection and relevant functions.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV
Check and set the various settings of overvoltage protection.
1.1.4.14 Undervoltage protection
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV
Enable or disable the undervoltage protection and functions related with
voltage protection.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV
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Check and set the various settings of undervoltage protection.
1.1.4.15 Circuit breaker failre protection
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
Enable or disable the circuit breaker failure protection and functions related
with circuit breaker failure protection.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
Check and set the relevant settings of circuit breaker failure protection.
1.1.4.16 Poles discordance protection
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
Enable or disable the poles discordance protection and functions related with
poles discordance protection.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
Check and set the relevant settings of poles discordance protection.
1.1.4.17 Dead zone protection
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
Enable or disable the dead zone portection.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
Check and set the relevant settings of dead zone protection.
1.1.4.18 Auto-reclosing function
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR
Enable or disable the modes of auto-reclosing and the relevant discrimination
and functions for auto-reclosing funtion.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR
Check and set the the relevant settings for each shot and the disrimination
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setting.
1.1.4.19 Synchro-check and energizing check function
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR
Enable or disable the modes for synchro-check and energizing check
function.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR
Check and set the the various settings for synchro-check and energizing
check function.
1.1.4.20 Overload protection
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Enable or disable the function of overload protection.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Check and set the various settings of overload protection.
1.1.4.21 Current transformer secondary circuit supervision
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Enable or disable the function of current transformer secondary circuit
supervision.
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Check and set the various settings of current transformer secondary circuit
supervision.
1.1.4.22 Voltage transformer secondary circuit supervision
1.1.4.22.1 VT scondary circuit supervision
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Enable or disable the function of voltage transformer secondary circuit
supervision.
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Enter into menu: Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Check and set the the various settings of voltage transformer secondary
circuit supervision.
1.1.4.22.2 Earthed system
Enter into menu: Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
Enable or disable the power system solid earthed.
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2 Switching the setting group
2.1 Introduction
There are 9 setting groups with same setting items in the IED, for each group
settings can be set and saved separately, the different setting groups can be
switched according to different application.
2.2 Method for switching setting group via LHMI
Testing/SwSetGr/InputChgSetGrNo
The current setting group number and the chosen setting group number are
displayed in the LCD, move the cursor by left and right button and change the
value by up and down button, comfirm the result by Set button after the
setting group number is chosen.
After setting group switching success, the information about switching
success will be reported to show the setting group is switched from which
setting group to which setting group, for example, 1>2, which means that
the group is switched from setting group 1 to group 2.
2.3 Method for switching setting group via binary
input
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common
The binary setting "BI SetGrp Switch" in the menu described above is used
for switching setting group via binary input, when this binary setting is set to 1,
and the corresponding binary input is active, the setting group is switched
from group 1 to group 2. If the binary setting is set to 1 and the binary input is
inactive, the setting group is switched from group 2 to group 1.
Note: The method for swithing setting group via binary input is only available
for switching between group 1 and group2.

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Chapter 5 Testing the communication
connection and time
synchronization



About this chapter
This chapter describes how to test each communication port and
the function of time synchronization.

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1 Testing the communication connection
1.1 Testing the Ethernet communication
1.1.1 Testing the electrical Ethernet communication
Connect the IED with automation system to check the connection is
successful, if connection fail, check the communication network.
If connection successes, in the menu: Testing/SimuReSig, send the
simulation point information to automation system, check the information and
compare with IED information, if the automation system does not receive any
information or the information received is not true, check the automation
system configuration.
1.1.2 Testing the optical Ethernet communication
Connect the IED with automation system to check the connection is
successful, if connection fail, check the communication network.
If connection successes, in the menu: Testing/SimuReSig, send the
simulation point information to automation system, check the information and
compare with IED information, if the automation system does not receive any
information or the information received is not true, check the automation
system configuration.
1.2 Testing the RS485 port
Connect the IED with automation system to check the connection is
successful, if connection fail, check the communication network.
If connection successes, in the menu: Testing/SimuReSig, send the
simulation point information to automation system, check the information and
compare with IED information, if the automation system does not receive any
information or the information received is not true, check the automation
system configuration.
1.3 Testing the RS232 port
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Using the dedicated cable for serial port to connect the PC with IED, if
connection fail, check the corresponding configuration of IED is true or not. If
all configurations are true, and the connection is still unsuccessful, please
check the connection cable and communication port.

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2 Testing the time synchronization
2.1 Network mode
Select time synchronization mode:
Settings/CommuPara/TimeMode/NetworkTimeMode
Change the IED time to any other time
Wait for a period of time
Check that the IED time is changed automatically in accordance with time
synchronization source
2.2 Pulse mode
Select time synchronization mode:
Settings/CommuPara/TimeMode/PulseTimeMode
Change the IED time to any other time
Wait for a period of time
Check that the IED time is changed automatically in accordance with time
synchronization source
2.3 IRIG-B mode
Select time synchronization mode:
Settings/CommuPara/TimeMode/IRIG-BTimeMode
Change the IED time to any other time
Wait for a period of time
Check that the IED time is changed automatically in accordance with time
synchronization source
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About this chapter
This chapter describes the method of hardware testing, such as
power supply, binary input and output, analog quantities and all
functions testing method and testing procedure.

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1 Introduction
IED test requirements:
Setting value list
The correct IED setting value must have been set before the testing can
start.
Application configuration diagram
Terminal diagram
The terminal diagram and module arrangement diagram, available in the
Technical application manual, is a general diagram of the IED. but note
that the same diagram is not always applicable to each specific delivery
(especially for the configuration of all the binary inputs and outputs).
Therefore, before testing, check that the available terminal diagram
corresponds to the IED.
Technical application maunal
The Technical application manual contains application and functionality
summaries, function block, logic diagram, input and output signals,
setting parameters and technical data sorted per function.
The three-phase test equipment
The test equipment should be able to provide a three-phase supply of
voltages and currents. The magnitude of voltage and current as well as
the phase angle between voltage and current must be variable. The
voltages and currents from the test equipment must be obtained from the
same source and they must have minimal harmonic content. If the test
equipment cannot indicate the phase angle, a separate phase-angle
measuring instrument is necessary.
Prepare the IED for test before testing a function. Consider the logic diagram
of the tested protection function when perform the test. All included functions
in the IED are tested according to the corresponding test instrunctions in this
chapter.
The response from a test can be viewed in different ways:
Binary output signals
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Display value in HMI
All setting groups that are used should be tested.
The IED is designed for a maximum continuous current of three
times the rated current
Please observe the measuring accuracy of the IED, the test
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2 Points for attention during testing
Be familiar with the engineering drawings, engineering and operation
manual and technical application manual
Before testing, check that the short-circuited wire used to avoid CT
secondary circuit opening is connected correctly and firmly. The
short-circuited phenomenon of VT secondary circuit does not exist
It is allowed to plug-in and pull out each module after the power supply
disconnection. Aviod AC current circuit opened when plug in and pull out
the modules
Keep cleaning and pay attention to dust prevention for each module
Adoption the measure of the human body electrostatic grounding
prevention to make sure that the IED is not damaged by hunam
electrostatic
In principle, the electric iron can't be used in field, if the electric iron need
to be used for welding during testing, the welding can be performed after
the power disconnection or using the electric iron with earthed wire
During testing, do not insert the module into the wrong position. When
plug in and pull out the module apply appropriate force instead of
overexerting to avoid pins bending or damage the fastening components
of module
Short-circuited or disconnected terminals temporarily for checking, it
should be recorded one by one and return to original state after the
testing is completed
Using the electronic devices (e.g. oscillograph, etc.) with AC power
supply to measure the circuit parameters, the case of the device should
be earthed in the same grounding with protection IED cabinet
During testing, consider the safety measure between the IED and other
running equipment and the safety measure of related circuit between
external running equipment and the IED
During testing, if the current magnitude that is input into IED is large than
three times of rated current, it should be noticed that the time should not
be too long
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When energizing the IED in the first time, using multimeter to check the
power supply, the circuit of voltages and currents are connected correcly
to avoid short circuit or open circuit
Tighten all the screws of all terminals again for the new project in order to
prevent improper connection, and plug in and pull out all the modules
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3 Preparing for test
3.1 Introduction
Please read the corresponding manuals that is provided by manufacturer
in detail before testing, try best to understand the basic operation,
protection principle and the relevant capabilities. If have any questions in
this procedure, please inquire the field service engineer or the technical
support engineer of SiFang.
All checking should be done before energizing, inspection well and no
damage on the surface, all modules are inserted firmly, the insulation of
the power circuit are satisfied the specified requirement.
Disconnect the external circuit before testing to avoid safety accident or
injuries to the human
If the modules are needed to be plugged in or pulled out, make sure that
the power is disconnected, and the measure of prevention electrostatic
should be done in order to avoid the damage to module or performance
degradation
The opened or short-circuited terminal temporarily should be recorded in
detail in order to return to original state reliably
3.2 Connecting test equipment to IED
Before testing, connect the test equipment according to the IED specific
connection diagram. Pay special attention to the correct connection of the
input and output current terminals. Check that the input and output logical
signals in the logic diagram for the function under test are connected to the
corresponding binary inputs and outputs of the IED. The testing connection
diagram is shown in Figure 14.
The user must verify that the connections are correct and the analog signals
are measured correctly after connection completed.
Procedure:
1. Inject a symmetrical three-phase current and voltage at rated value
2. Inject a phase-to-phase voltage and phase-to-phase current at rated
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value
3. Check that the magnitude and phasor of analog quantities displayed in
LHMI are in accordance with the input values
4. Inject an asymmetrical three-phase current and voltage at rated value in
two phases
5. Check that the magnitude and phasor of analog quantities displayed in
LHMI are in accordance with the input values
6. If the compared value is consistent, perform the testing, if the compared
value is different, check the analog circuit connections
IA
IB
IC
IN
UA
UB
UC
UN
IA
IB
IC
IN
UA
UB
UC
UN
IA
IB
IC
IN
TripA
TripB
TripC
Tester IED
I5 I5

Figure 14 Testing connection diagram

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4 Testing the power supply
4.1 Checking the self-startup performance
Power on the IED, in order to check the self-startup performance of the IED,
energizing the IED with the voltage rised slowly from zero to 80% rated
voltage, at this time, observe the green Run LED on the front panel that
should be lighted continuously. After the DC power disappears, the normal
closed contact should be disconnected, which can be tested using the
multimeter, the contact is show in Figure 10.
4.2 DC power on and power off testing
Changing the DC power to 80% rated voltage, power off and power on the
power supply some times, the Run LED on the front panel should turn off
and turn on correspondingly. The normal closed contact should be in the on
or off state. The contact is show in Figure 10.
4.3 Checking the expiry date of power supply
When period checking, check the expiry date for the power supply module, if
the power supply module has been used more than 5 years, please replace it.

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5 Checking the analog channel
5.1 Checking the zero drift
MainMenu/Testing/ViewDrift
In this menu to check the zero drift of CPU1 and CPU2. The zero drift values
of all analog channels have been listed in detail, check that the zero drift is
met the requirement. Generally, the requirement of the current channels is
<0.02A (if the CT of analog input module is 1A) or <0.1A (if the CT of analog
input module is 5A), the voltage channels is <0.1V. If the zero drift value is not
satisfied the requirement, adjust the corresponding zero drift.
MainMenu/Testing/AdjDrift
It is allowed to check zero drift after energizing the IED for 5 minutes, when
adjusting the zero drift, disconnect electrical connection of the IED, test
equipment, standard source and external circuit, make sure that there are no
any inputs to analog terminals, select the menu and adjust zero drift.
5.2 Calibrating
MainMenu/Testing/AdjScale
Using the test equipment with the accuracy of analogue output should be no
less than 0.5%, connect the voltages and currents of test equipment to the
corresponding input terminals, select the channel need to be adjusted with
arrow keys and Set key, set the adjustment value I
n
and U
N
, output the analog
quantities from test equipment to IED and comfirm it. If the operation fails, the
abnormity of analog channel and the channel number will be displayed in the
HMI, check the connection, standard value and version is correct or not.
Note: during testing, if the measuring tolerance of the analog quantities are
large than the required range, check that the testing connection, testing
method and external measurement meter is correct, the testing source has
not wave distortion, before all of the exteral equipments are checked, it
should not adjust or change the components of the IED immediately.
5.3 Checking the accuracy and the linearity of analog
quantitis
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MainMenu/Testing/ViewScale
After scale and zero drift adjustment completed, check the measurement
linearity tolerance of the IED with test equipment(the accuracy of analogue
output should be no less than 0.5%), and record the testing result, the
requirement:
If the secondary rated current of CT is 5A, inject current 25A and 10A (the
time for these two injected current can't be more than 10s), 2A, 1A, 0.4A
respectively; if the secondary rated current of CT is 1A, inject current 5A,
2A, 0.5A, 0.2A, 0.08A respectively
Inject voltage 60V, 30V, 5V, 1V, 0.4V respectively
Observe the HMI display or check the menu described above, the voltage
channel tolerance is less than 0.1V between HMI display value and measured
value of external meter when the voltage is 0.4V and 1V, for the other voltage
value, the tolerance is less than 2.5%; the current channel tolerance is less
than 0.2I
n
when the current is 0.08I
n
and 0.2I
n
, for the other current value, the
tolerance is less than 2.5%.
5.4 Checking the polarity of analog quantities
MainMenu/OpStatus/Measure
Connect all current circuits in series and connect all voltage circuits in parallel.
Inject rated current and three-phase symmetrical AC voltage with 50V, each
phase voltage lead 60 to the corresponding current. Check the scroll diaplay
in HMI or enter into the menu described above, the angle difference of volage
of phase A, B, C should be 120, the angle difference of current of phase A, B,
C should be 120, the current should lag 60 to the corresponding phase
voltage (tolerance 3), if the diaplayed quantities are not satisfied the
requirement, check the IED or the connectin of analog input module.
Inject three-phase symmetrical AC voltage with 50V, inject phase A current
(rated current) that lag 60 to the phase A voltage, observe the magnitude
and angle of 3I
0
which are same with I
A
, if the difference between 3I
0
and

I
A
is
larger than the tolerance range, check the IED and the connection of analog
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6 Testing binary input
MainMenu/OpStatus/BI
Check the binary input status in this menu, all the binary input status should
be Off. Make sure that the circuit of binary input is in good condition, the
power of binary input have been connected (110V or 220V). Test the binary
input one by one according to the engineering drawing, the tested binary input
status displayed in HMI should be On.

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7 Testing binary output
MainMenu/Test BO
Testing binary output in this menu to verify the correctness of signal circuit
and output circuit.
During testing the binary output, the corresponding relay contact operate and
the configured LED should be lighted, the irrelevant contacts should not
operate. Use the multimeter to measure the corresponding output contacts of
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8 Verifying the IED functions
Procedure:
1. Enable the protection function binary setting via software tool or LHMI
2. Input the corresponding settings value via software tool or LHMI
3. Input the rated currents and voltages to make the IED operating
normally for 20s
4. Active the binary input for the corresponding protection function
5. Simulate the fault occurance
6. Observe the testing result, the output contact
7. Stop the output from test equipment and restore to original state
8. Continue to test another function or complete the test
8.1 Overcurrent protection
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.1.1 Verifying the settings
8.1.1.1 Verifying the settings of stage 1 of overcurrent protection
1 Verifying the phase A setting
1.1 Verifying the current setting
Table 11 Current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/Func_OC1, set the
binary setting as 1
Setting value Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC, the detail setting list refer
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Test item Description
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 105% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overcurrent protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
OC1 Trip
95% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/Func_OC1, set the
binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 95% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overcurrent protection
should not close
1.2 Verifying the time setting
Table 12 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/Func_OC1, set the
binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
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Test item Description
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overcurrent protection
should be closed, and the operate time meets the requirement in
technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
OC1 Trip
1.3 Verifying the direction angle setting
1.3.1 Direction point to object
Table 13 Direction angle setting verifying
Test item Description
Angle_OC-85+3 Direction angle Angle_OC+85-3
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/Func_OC1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/OC1 Direction, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/OC1 Dir To Sys, set
the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Direction angle: Angle_OC-85+3 Direction angle
Angle_OC+85-3
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overcurrent protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
OC1 Trip
Direction angle > Angle_OC+85+3 or Direction angle < Angle_OC-85-3
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Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/Func_OC1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/OC1 Direction, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/OC1 Dir To Sys, set
the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Direction angle: Direction angle > Angle_OC+85+3 or Direction
Angle < Angle_OC-85-3
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overcurrent protection
should not close
1.3.2 Direction point to system
The test method and process for direction point to system are same as
direction point to object, only need to modify the binary setting and apply the
angle area of direction point to system.
1 Verifying the inrush restraint setting
Table 14 Inrush restraint setting verifying
Test item Description
95% of the inrush restraint setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/Func_OC1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/OC1 Inrush Block,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
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Test item Description
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault, with harmonic current
Ratio of I2/I1: 95% of setting value
Fault current: 200% of the setting value, less than the setting of
"Imax_2H_UnBlk"
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overcurrent protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
OC1 Trip
105% of the inrush restraint setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/Func_OC1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/OC1 Inrush Block,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault, with harmonic current
Ratio of I2/I1: 105% of setting value
Fault current: 200% of the setting value, less than the setting of
"Imax_2H_UnBlk"
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overcurrent protection
should not close
Report:
Relay Startup
Inrush Blk OC
Table 15 Cross-blocking setting verifying
Test item Description
Longer than the cross-blocking time
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/Func_OC1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/OC1 Inrush Block,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC, the detail setting list refer
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Test item Description
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault, without harmonic
current
Harmonic phase: phase B or phase C
Ratio of I2/I1: 200% of setting value
Fault current: 200% of the setting value, less than the setting of
"Imax_2H_UnBlk"
Fault time: longer than (cross-blocking time + operate setting
value)
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overcurrent protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
OC1 Trip
Shorter than the cross-blocking time
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/Func_OC1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/OC1 Inrush Block,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault, without harmonic
current
Harmonic phase: phase B or phase C
Ratio of I2/I1: 200% of setting value
Fault current: 200% of the setting value, less than the setting of
"Imax_2H_UnBlk"
Fault time: shorter than cross-blocking time
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overcurrent protection
should not close
Report:
Relay Startup
Inrush Blk OC
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Table 16 The maximum inrush current unblocking setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the maximum inrush current unblocking setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/Func_OC1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/OC1 Inrush Block,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault, with harmonic current
Ratio of I2/I1: 200% of setting value
Fault current: 105% of the maximum inrush current unblocking
setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overcurrent protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
OC1 Trip
95% of the maximum inrush current unblocking setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/Func_OC1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/OC1 Inrush Block,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault, with harmonic current
Ratio of I2/I1: 200% of setting value
Fault current: 95% of the maximum inrush current unblocking
setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overcurrent protection
should not close
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Test item Description
Report:
Relay Startup
Inrush Blk OC
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.1.1.2 Verifying the settings of stage 2 of overcurrent protection
The test method and test items of verifying the stage 2 of overcurrent
portection are same as stage 1, only need to change the corresponding test
conditions and settings into the conrresponding stage 2 required.
8.1.1.3 Verifying the settings of inverse time stage
1 Verifying the time setting of phase A
Table 17 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC/Func_OC Inv, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OC, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the time calculated by the equation
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overcurrent protection
should be closed, and the operate time meets the requirement in
technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
OC Inv Trip
Table 18 Inverse time stage characteristic
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Inverse time stage characteristic
IEC
Normal inverse
Very inverse
Extremely inverse
Long inverse
ANSI
Normal Inverse
Short inverse
Long inverse
Moderately inverse
Very inverse
Extremely inverse
Definite inverse
User-defined characteristic

A_OC
(
i
I_OC
)
P_OC
1
+ B_OCk_OC

Time factor of inverse time, A
Delay time of inverse time, B
Index of inverse time, P
Time multiplier: k
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase of inverse time
stage are same as phase A, only need to change the corresponding test
conditions and settings into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.1.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.1.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 19 Overcurrent protection function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 2In I_OC1 Current setting for stage 1 A 0.05 100
2. 0.1 T_OC1 Time setting for stage 1 s 0 60
3. 1.2In I_OC2 Current setting for stage 2 A 0.05 100
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NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
4. 0.3 T_OC2 Time setting for stage 2 s 0 60
5. 1 Curve_OC Inv No. of inverse time curve 1 12
6. 1.2In I_OC Inv
Current setting for inverse
time stage
A 0.05 100
7. 1 K_OC Inv
Time multiplier for inverse
time stage
0.05 999
8. 0.14 A_OC Inv
Time factor for inverse time
stage
s 0 200
9. 0 B_OC Inv
Delay time for inverse time
stage
s 0 60
10. 0.02 P_OC Inv Index for inverse time stage 0 10
11. 60 Angle_OC Direction characteristic angle Degree 0 90
12. 5In Imax_2H_UnBlk
Maximum inrush current
unblocking setting
A 0.25 100
13. 0.2 Ratio_I2/I1
Ratio for second harmonic
current to fundamental
component
0.07 0.5
14. 1 T2h_Cross_Blk
Time setting for
cross-blocking
s 0 60
Table 20 Overcurrent protection binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 Func_OC1
Overcurrent stage 1 enabled
or disabled
0 1
2. 1 OC1 Direction
Direction of overcurrent stage
1 enabled or disabled
0 1
3. 0 OC1 Dir To Sys
Direction of stage 1 point to
system or protected object
0 1
4. 1 OC1 Inrush Block
Inrush restraint for overcurrent
stage 1 enabled or disabled
0 1
5. 1 Func_OC2
Overcurrent stage 2 enabled
or disabled
0 1
6. 1 OC2 Direction
Direction of overcurrent stage
2 enabled or disabled
0 1
7. 0 OC2 Dir To Sys
Direction of stage 2 point to
system or protected object
0 1
8. 1 OC2 Inrush Block
Inrush restraint for overcurrent
stage 2 enabled or disabled
0 1
9. 1 Func_OC Inv
Inverse time stage enabled or
disabled
0 1
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NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
10. 0 OC Inv Direction
Direction of inverse time stage
enabled or disabled
0 1
11. 0 OC Inv Dir To Sys
Direction of inverse stage
point to system or protected
object
0 1
12. 0 OC Inv Inrush Block
Inrush restraint for inverse
time stage enabled or
disabled
0 1
13. 1 Blk OC at VT Fail
Overcurrent direction disabled
when PT failure happen
0 1
14. 1 OC Init CBF
Circuit breaker failure
protection initiated by
overcurrent
0 1
8.2 Earth fault protection
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.2.1 Verifying the settings
8.2.1.1 Verifying the settings of stage 1 of earth fault protection
1 Verifying the phase A setting
1.1 Verifying the zero-sequence current setting
Table 21 Zero sequence current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the zero sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Func_EF1, set the
binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
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Test item Description
Fault current: 105% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of earth fault protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
EF1 Trip
95% of the zero sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Func_EF1, set the
binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 95% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of earth fault protection
should not close
1.2 Verifying the time setting
Table 22 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Func_EF1, set the
binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of earth fault protection
should be closed, and the operate time meets the requirement in
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Test item Description
technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
EF1 Trip
1.3 Verifying the direction angle setting
1.3.1 Direction point to object
Table 23 Zero sequence direction angle setting verifying
Test item Description
Angle_EF-80+3 Direction angle Angle_EF+80-3
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Func_EF1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/EF1 Direction, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/EF1 Dir To Sys, set
the binary setting as 0
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/3I0 Calculated, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/3U0 Calculated, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Zero sequence voltage: 70% rated voltage
Direction angle: Angle_EF-80+3 Direction angle
Angle_EF+80-3
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of earth fault protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
EF1 Trip
Direction angle > Angle_EF+80+3 or Direction angle < Angle_EF-80-3
Binary setting Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Func_EF1, set the
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Test item Description
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/EF1 Direction, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/EF1 Dir To Sys, set
the binary setting as 0
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/3I0 Calculated, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/3U0 Calculated, set
the binary setting as 1
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Zero sequence voltage: 70% rated voltage
Direction angle: Direction angle > Angle_EF+85+3 or Direction
Angle < Angle_EF-85-3
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of earth fault protection
should not close
Table 24 Negative sequence direction angle setting verifying
Test item Description
Angle_EF-80+3 Direction angle Angle_EF+80-3
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Func_EF1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/EF1 Direction, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/EF1 Dir To Sys, set
the binary setting as 0
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/EF U2/I2 Dir, set the
binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Negative sequence current: 200% of the setting value
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Test item Description
Zero sequence voltage: 0 V
Negative sequence voltage: 70% rated voltage
Direction angle: Angle_EF-80+3 Direction angle
Angle_EF+80-3
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of earth fault protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
EF1 Trip
Direction angle > Angle_EF+80+3 or Direction angle < Angle_EF-80-3
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Func_EF1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/EF1 Direction, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/EF1 Dir To Sys, set
the binary setting as 0
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/EF U2/I2 Dir, set the
binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Negative sequence current: 200% of the setting value
Zero sequence voltage: 0 V
Negative sequence voltage: 70% rated voltage
Direction angle: Direction angle > Angle_EF+85+3 or Direction
Angle < Angle_EF-85-3
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of earth fault protection
should not close
1.3.2 Direction point to system
The test method and process for direction point to system are same as
direction point to object, only need to modify the binary setting and apply the
angle area of direction point to system.
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1.4 Verifying the inrush restraint setting
Table 25 Inrush restraint setting verifying
Test item Description
95% of the inrush restraint setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Func_EF1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/EF1 Inrush Block,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Inrush Chk I02/I01,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault, with harmonic current
Ratio of I02/I01: 95% of setting value
Fault current: 200% of the setting value, less than the setting of
"Imax_2H_UnBlk"
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of earth fault protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
EF1 Trip
105% of the inrush restraint setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Func_EF1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/EF1 Inrush Block,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Inrush Chk I02/I01,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault, with harmonic current
Ratio of I02/I01: 105% of setting value
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Test item Description
Fault current: 200% of the setting value, less than the setting of
"Imax_2H_UnBlk"
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of earth fault protection
should not close
Report:
Relay Startup
Inrush Blk EF
Table 26 The maximum inrush current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the maximum inrush current unblocking setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Func_EF1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/EF1 Inrush Block,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Inrush Chk I02/I01,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault, with harmonic current
Ratio of I02/I01: 200% of setting value
Fault current: 105% of the maximum inrush current unblocking
setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of earth fault protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
EF1 Trip
95% of the maximum inrush current unblocking setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Func_EF1, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/EF1 Inrush Block,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Inrush Chk I02/I01,
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Test item Description
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault, with harmonic current
Ratio of I02/I01: 200% of setting value
Fault current: 95% of the maximum inrush current unblocking
setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of earth fault protection
should not close
Report:
Relay Startup
Inrush Blk EF
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.2.1.2 Verifying the settings of stage 2 of earth fault protection
The test method and test items of verifying the stage 2 of earth fault
portection are same as stage 1, only need to change the corresponding test
conditions and settings into the conrresponding stage 2 required.
8.2.1.3 Verifying the settings of inverse time stage
1 Verifying the time setting of phase A
Table 27 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF/Func_EF Inv, set the
binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/EF, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
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Test item Description
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the time calculated by the equation
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of earth fault protection
should be closed, and the operate time meets the requirement in
technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
EF Inv Trip
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase of inverse time
stage are same as phase A, only need to change the corresponding test
conditions and settings into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.2.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.2.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 28 Earth fault protection function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 0.5In 3I0_EF1
Zero-sequence current
setting for stage 1
A 0.05 100
2. 0.1 T_EF1 Time delay for stage 1 s 0 60
3. 0.2In 3I0_EF2
Zero-sequence current
setting for stage 2
A 0.05 100
4. 0.3 T_EF2 Delay time for stage 2 s 0 60
5. 1 Curve_EF Inv
Inverse time curve of earth
fault protection
1 12
6. 0.2In 3I0_EF Inv
Zero-sequence current
setting for inverse time
stage
A 0.05 100
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NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
7. 1 K_EF Inv
Multiplier setting for inverse
time stage
0.05 999
8. 0.14 A_EF Inv
Coefficient setting for
inverse time stage
s 0 200
9. 0 B_EF Inv
Time delay setting for
inverse time stage
s 0 60
10. 0.02 P_EF Inv
Index for inverse time
stage
0 10
11. 70 Angle_EF
Characteristic angle for
zero-sequence direction
Degree 0 90
12. 70 Angle_Neg
Characteristic angle for
negative-sequence
direction
Degree 50 90
13. 5In
Imax_2H_Un
Blk
Maximum inrush current
unblocking setting
A 0.25 100
14. 0.2 Ratio_I2/I1
Ratio for second harmonic
current to fundamental
component
0.07 0.5
15. 5In
3I0max_2H_
UnBlk
Maximum zero sequence
inrush current unblocking
setting
A 0.25 100
16. 0.2 Ratio_I02/I01
Ratio for zero sequence
second harmonic current to
fundamental zero
sequence component
0.07 0.5
Table 29 Earth fault protection binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 Func_EF1
Earth fault stage 1 enabled
or disabled
0 1
2. 1 EF1 Direction
Direction of earth fault
stage 1 enabled or
disabled
0 1
3. 0
EF1 Dir To
Sys
Direction of stage 1 point to
system or protected object
0 1
4. 1
EF1 Inrush
Block
Inrush restraint for earth
fault stage 1 enabled or
disabled
0 1
5. 1 Func_EF2
Earth fault stage 2 enabled
or disabled
0 1
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NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
6. 1 EF2 Direction
Direction of earth fault
stage 2 enabled or
disabled
0 1
7. 0
EF2 Dir To
Sys
Direction of stage 2 point to
system or protected object
0 1
8. 1
EF2 Inrush
Block
Inrush restraint for earth
fault protection stage 2
enabled or disabled
0 1
9. 1 Func_EF Inv
Inverse time stage for earth
fault protection enabled or
disabled
0 1
10. 0
EF Inv
Direction
Direction of inverse time
stage enabled or disabled
0 1
11. 0
EF Inv Dir To
Sys
Direction of inverse stage
point to system or
protected object

12. 0
EF Inv Inrush
Block
Inrush restraint for inverse
time stage enabled or
disabled
0 1
13. 0
Inrush Chk
I02/I01
Inrush checking of zero
sequence current enabled
or disabled
0 1
14. 0 EF U2/I2 Dir
Negative sequence
directional element for EF
protection enabled or
disabled
0 1
15. 0
Blk EF at VT
Fail
Block or unblock EF
protection when VT fail
happens
0 1
16. 0
Blk EF at CT
Fail
Block or unblock EF
protection when CT fail
happens
0 1
17. 0
3I0
Calculated
3I0 is calculated or
measured from earth fault
CT
0 1
18. 1
3U0
Calculated
3U0 is calculated or
measured from earth fault
VT
0 1
19. 1 EF Init CBF
Circuit breaker failure
initiated by earth fault
protection
0 1
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8.3 Neutral earth fault protection
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.3.1 Verifying the settings
8.3.1.1 Verifying the settings of neutral earth fault protection
1 Verifying the phase A setting
1.1 Verifying the current setting
Table 30 Current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/Func_NOC1, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 105% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of neutral earth fault
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
NOC1 Trip
95% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/Func_NOC1, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation Pre-fault stage:
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Test item Description
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 95% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of neutral earth fault
protection should not close
1.2 Verifying the time setting
Table 31 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/Func_NOC1, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of neutral earth fault
protection should be closed, and the operate time meets the
requirement in technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
NOC1 Trip
1.3 Verifying the direction angle setting
1.3.1 Direction point to object
Table 32 Direction angle setting verifying
Test item Description
Angle_NOC-80+3 Direction angle Angle_NOC+80-3
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/Func_NOC1, set
the binary setting as 1
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Test item Description
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/NOC1 Direction,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/NOC1 Dir To Sys,
set the binary setting as 0
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/3U0 Calculated,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Direction angle: Angle_NOC-80+3 Direction angle
Angle_NOC+80-3
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of neutral earth fault
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
NOC1 Trip
Direction angle > Angle_NOC+80+3 or Direction angle < Angle_NOC-80-3
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/Func_NOC1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/NOC1 Direction,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/NOC1 Dir To Obj,
set the binary setting as 0
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/3U0 Calculated,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Direction angle: Direction angle > Angle_NOC+80+3 or
Direction Angle < Angle_NOC-80-3
Fault time: longer than the setting value
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Test item Description
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of neutral earth fault
protection should not close
1.3.2 Direction point to system
The test method and process for direction point to system are same as
direction point to object, only need to modify the binary setting and
apply the angle area of direction point to system.
1.4 Verifying the inrush restraint setting
Table 33 Inrush restraint setting verifying
Test item Description
95% of the inrush restraint setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/Func_NOC1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/NOC1 Inrush
Block, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault, with harmonic current
Ratio of I02/I01: 95% of setting value
Fault current: 200% of the setting value, less than the setting of
"Imax_2H_UnBlk"
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of neutral earth fault
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
NOC1 Trip
105% of the inrush restraint setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/Func_NOC1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/NOC1 Inrush
Block, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC, the detail setting list
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Test item Description
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault, with harmonic current
Ratio of I02/I01: 105% of setting value
Fault current: 200% of the setting value, less than the setting of
"Imax_2H_UnBlk"
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of neutral earth fault
protection should not close
Report:
Relay Startup
Inrush Blk EF
Table 34 The maximum inrush current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the maximum inrush current unblocking setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/Func_NOC1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/NOC1 Inrush
Block, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault, with harmonic current
Ratio of I02/I01: 200% of setting value
Fault current: 105% of the maximum inrush current unblocking
setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of neutral earth fault
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
NOC1 Trip
95% of the maximum inrush current unblocking setting verifying
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Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/Func_NOC1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/NOC1 Inrush
Block, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault, with harmonic current
Ratio of I02/I01: 200% of setting value
Fault current: 95% of the maximum inrush current unblocking
setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of neutral earth fault
protection should not close
Report:
Relay Startup
Inrush Blk NOC
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.3.1.2 Verifying the settings of stage 2 of neutral earth fault protection
The test method and test items of verifying the stage 2 of neutral earth fault
portection are same as stage 1, only need to change the corresponding test
conditions and settings into the conrresponding stage 2 required.
8.3.1.3 Verifying the settings of inverse time stage
1 Verifying the time setting of phase A
Table 35 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC/Func_NOC Inv,
set the binary setting as 1
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Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NOC, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the time calculated by the equation
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of neutral earth fault
protection should be closed, and the operate time meets the
requirement in technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
NOC Inv Trip
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase of inverse time
stage are same as phase A, only need to change the corresponding test
conditions and settings into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.3.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.3.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 36 Neutral earth fault protection function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 0.5In 3I0_NOC1
Neutral current setting for
stage 1
A 0.05 100.0
2. 0.1 T_NOC1 Time setting for stage 1 s 0.00 60.00
3. 0.2In 3I0_NOC2
Neutral current setting for
stage 2
A 0.05 100.0
4. 0.3 T_OC2 Time setting for stage 2 s 0.00 60.00
5. 1 Curve_NOC Inv No. of inverse time curve 1 12
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NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
6. 0.2In 3I0_NOC Inv
Current setting for inverse
time stage
A 0.05 100.0
7. 1 K_NOC Inv
Time multiplier for inverse
time stage
0.05 999.0
8. 0.14 A_NOC Inv
Time factor for inverse
time stage
s 0 200.0
9. 0 B_NOC Inv
Delay time for inverse
time stage
s 0.00 60.00
10. 0.02 P_NOC Inv
Index for inverse time
stage
0 10.00
11. 70 Angle_NOC
Direction characteristic
angle
Degr
ee
0.00 90.00
12. 5In
3I0max_2H_Un
Blk
Maximum inrush current
setting
A 0.10 100.0
13. 0.2 Ratio_I02/I01
Ratio for second
harmonic current to
fundamental component
0.07 0.50
Table 37 Neutral earth fault protection binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 Func_NOC1
Neutral earth fault stage 1
enabled or disabled
0 1
2. 1 NOC1 Direction
Direction of neutral earth
fault stage 1 enabled or
disabled
0 1
3. 0
NOC1 Dir To
Sys
Direction of stage 1 point
to system or protected
object
0 1
4. 1
NOC1 Inrush
Block
Inrush restraint for neutral
earth fault stage 1
enabled or disabled
0 1
5. 1 Func_NOC2
Neutral earth fault stage 2
enabled or disabled
0 1
6. 1 NOC2 Direction
Direction of neutral earth
fault stage 2 enabled or
disabled
0 1
7. 0
NOC2 Dir To
Sys
Direction of stage 2 point
to system or protected
object
0 1
8. 1 NOC2 Inrush Inrush restraint for neutral 0 1
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NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
Block earth fault stage 2
enabled or disabled
9. 1 Func_NOC Inv
Inverse time stage for
neutral earth fault enabled
or disabled
0 1
10. 0
NOC Inv
Direction
Direction of inverse time
stage enabled or disabled
0 1
11. 0
NOC Inv Dir To
Sys
Direction of inverse stage
point to system or
protected object
0 1
12. 0
NOC Inv Inrush
Block
Inrush restraint for inverse
time stage enabled or
disabled
0 1
13. 1
Blk NOC at VT
Fail
VT failure block neutral
earth fault protection
enabled or disabled
0 1
14. 1 3U0 Calculated
3U0 calculated or
measured from VT
0 1
15. 1 NOC Init CBF
Circuit breaker failure
initiated by neutral earth
fault protection
0 1
8.4 Sensitive earth fault protection
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.4.1 Verifying the settings
8.4.1.1 Verifying the settings of sensitive earth fault protection
1 Verifying the phase A setting
1.1 Verifying the sensitive zero-sequence current setting
Table 38 Sensitive zero sequence current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the sensitive zero sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/Func_SEF1, set
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Test item Description
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/SEF1 Trip, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/I5 for SEF, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 105% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of sensitive earth fault
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
SEF1 Trip
95% of the sensitive zero sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/Func_SEF1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/SEF1 Trip, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/I5 for SEF, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 95% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of sensitive earth fault
protection should not close
1.2 Verifying the time setting
Table 39 Time setting verifying
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Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/Func_SEF1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/SEF1 Trip, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/I5 for SEF, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 120% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of sensitive earth fault
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
SEF1 Trip
1.3 Verifying the direction angle setting
1.3.1 Direction based on U0/I0-
Table 40 Direction angle setting based on U0/I0- verifying
Test item Description
Angle_NOC-80+3 Direction angle Angle_SEF+80-3
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/Func_SEF1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/SEF1 Trip, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/I5 for SEF, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/SEF1 Direction,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/3U0 Chk U0/I0, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/3U0 Calculated,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF, the detail setting list
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Test item Description
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 120% of the setting value
Direction angle: Angle_SEF-80+3 Direction angle
Angle_SEF+80-3
Zero sequence voltage: larger than the "U_SEF" setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of sensitive earth fault
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
SEF1 Trip
Direction angle > Angle_SEF+80+3 or Direction angle < Angle_SEF-80-3
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/Func_SEF1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/SEF1 Trip, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/I5 for SEF, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/SEF1 Direction,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/3U0 Chk U0/I0, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/3U0 Calculated,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 120% of the setting value
Direction angle: Direction angle > Angle_SEF+80+3 or
Direction angle < Angle_SEF-80-3
Zero sequence voltage: larger than the "U_SEF" setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result IED operation:
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Test item Description
The corresponding output contacts of sensitive earth fault
protection should not close
1.3.2 Direction based on Cos
Table 41 Direction angle setting based on Cos verifying
Test item Description
Direction angle > 180 - argCos(Iset/Ifault) + 3
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/Func_SEF1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/SEF1 Trip, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/I5 for SEF, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/SEF1 Direction,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/3U0 Chk U0/I0, set
the binary setting as 0
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/3U0 Calculated,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 120% of the setting value
Direction angle: angle > 180 - argCos(Iset/Ifault) + 3
Zero sequence voltage: larger than the "U_SEF" setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of sensitive earth fault
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
SEF1 Trip
Direction angle < 180 - argCos(Iset/Ifault) - 3
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/Func_SEF1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/SEF1 Trip, set the
binary setting as 1
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Test item Description
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/I5 for SEF, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/SEF1 Direction,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/3U0 Chk U0/I0, set
the binary setting as 0
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/3U0 Calculated,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 120% of the setting value
Direction angle: angle < 180 - argCos(Iset/Ifault) - 3
Zero sequence voltage: larger than the "U_SEF" setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of sensitive earth fault
protection should not close
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.4.1.2 Verifying the settings of stage 2 of sensitive earth fault protection
The test method and test items of verifying the stage 2 of sensitive earth fault
portection are same as stage 1, only need to change the corresponding test
conditions and settings into the conrresponding stage 2 required.
8.4.1.3 Verifying the settings of inverse time stage
1 Verifying the time setting of phase A
Table 42 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/Func_SEF Inv, set
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the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF/SEF Inv Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/I5 for SEF, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/SEF, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the time calculated by the equation
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of sensitive earth fault
protection should be closed, and the operate time meets the
requirement in technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
SEF Inv Trip
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase of inverse time
stage are same as phase A, only need to change the corresponding test
conditions and settings into the other phase required.
8.4.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.4.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 43 Sensitive earth fault protection function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 0.2 I_SEF1
Sensitive current setting for
stage 1
A 0.005 1.00
2. 0.1 T_SEF1 Time setting for stage 1 s 0.00 60.00
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NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
3. 0.1 I_SEF2
Sensitive current setting for
stage 2
A 0.005 1.00
4. 0.5 T_SEF2 Time setting for stage 2 s 0.00 60.00
5. 1 Curve_SEF Inv Inverse time curve 1 12
6. 0.5 I_SEF Inv
Current setting for inverse
time stage
A 0.005 1.00
7. 1 K_SEF Inv
Time multiplier for inverse
time stage
0.05 999.0
8. 0.14 A_SEF Inv
Time factor for inverse time
stage
s 0.005 200.0
9. 0 B_SEF Inv
Delay time for inverse time
stage
s 0.00 60.00
10. 0.02 P_SEF Inv Index for inverse time stage 0.005 10.00
11. 70 Angle_SEF
Direction characteristic
angle for U0/I0-
measurement
0.00 90.00
12. 0.2 IsCOS_SEF
Cos measurement for
direction determination
A 0.005 1.00
13. 5 U_SEF Voltage setting for SEF V 2.00 100.0
Table 44 Sensitive earth fault protection binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 Func_SEF1
Sensitive earth fault stage 1
enabled or disabled
0 1
2. 1 SEF1 Trip
Sensitive earth fault stage 1
trip or alarm
0 1
3. 1 SEF1 Direction
Direction of sensitive earth
fault stage 1 enabled or
disabled
0 1
4. 1 Func_SEF2
Sensitive earth fault stage 2
enabled or disabled
0 1
5. 1 SEF2 Trip
Sensitive earth fault stage 2
trip or alarm
0 1
6. 1 SEF2 Direction
Direction of sensitive earth
fault stage 2 enabled or
disabled
0 1
7. 1 Func_SEF Inv
Sensitive earth fault inverse
time stage enabled or
disabled
0 1
8. 1 SEF Inv Trip Sensitive earth fault inverse 0 1
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NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
time stage trip or alarm
9. 0
SEF Inv
Direction
Direction of sensitive earth
fault inverse time stage
enabled or disabled
0 1
10. 1 SEF Chk U0/I0
U0/I0 measurement or Cos
measurement for
direction determination
0 1
11. 1
Blk SEF at VT
Fail
VT failure block sensitive
earth fault protection
enabled or disabled
0 1
12. 1 3U0 Calculated
3U0 calculated or
measured from VT
0 1
13. 1 SEF Init CBF
Circuit breaker failure
protection initiated by
sensitive earth fault
protection
0 1
8.5 Negative sequence overcurrent protection
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.5.1 Verifying the settings
8.5.1.1 Verifying the settings of stage 1 of negative sequence overcurrent
protection
1 Verifying the phase A setting
1.1 Verifying the current setting
Table 45 Current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NSOC/Func_NSOC1,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NSOC/ NSOC1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NSOC, the detail setting list
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Test item Description
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 105% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of negaitve sequence
overcurrent protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
NSOC1 Trip
95% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NSOC/Func_NSOC1,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NSOC/ NSOC1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NSOC, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 95% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of negaitve sequence
overcurrent protection should not close
1.2 Verifying the time setting
Table 46 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NSOC/Func_NSOC1,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NSOC/ NSOC1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NSOC, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
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Test item Description
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of negaitve sequence
overcurrent protection should be closed, and the operate time
meets the requirement in technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
NSOC1 Trip
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.5.1.2 Verifying the settings of stage 2 of negative sequence overcurrent
protection
The test method and test items of verifying the stage 2 of negative sequence
overcurrent portection are same as stage 1, only need to change the
corresponding test conditions and settings into the conrresponding stage 2
required.
8.5.1.3 Verifying the settings of inverse time stage
1 Verifying the time setting of phase A
Table 47 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NSOC/Func_NSOC1,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/NSOC/NSOC1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/NSOC, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
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Test item Description
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the time calculated by the equation
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of negaitve sequence
overcurrent protection should be closed, and the operate time
meets the requirement in technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
NSOC Inv Trip
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase of inverse time
stage are same as phase A, only need to change the corresponding test
conditions and settings into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.5.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.5.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 48 Negative sequence overcurrent protection function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 0.5In 3I2_NSOC1
Negative sequence current
setting for stage 1
A 0.05 100.0
2. 0.1 T_NSOC1 Time setting for stage 1 s 0.00 60.00
3. 0.2In 3I2_NSOC2
Negative sequence setting
for stage 2
A 0.05 100.0
4. 0.3 T_NSOC2 Time setting for stage 2 s 0.00 60.00
5. 1 Curve_NOC Inv Inverse time curve 1 12
6. 0.2In 3I2_NSOC Inv
Current setting for inverse
time stage
A 0.05 100.0
7. 1 K_NSOC Inv Time multiplier for inverse 0.05 999.0
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NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
time stage
8. 0.14 A_NSOC Inv
Time factor for inverse time
stage
s 0.005 200.0
9. 0 B_NSOC Inv
Delay time for inverse time
stage
s 0.00 60.00
10. 0.02 P_NSOC Inv Index for inverse time stage 0.005 10.00
Table 49 Negative sequence overcurrent protection binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 Func_NSOC1
Negative sequence
overcurrent protection stage 1
enabled or disabled
0 1
2. 0 NSOC1 Trip
Negative sequence
overcurrent stage 1 trip or
alarm
0 1
3. 1 Func_NSOC2
Negative sequence
overcurrent protection stage 2
enabled or disabled
0 1
4. 0 Func_NSOC Inv
Inverse time stage of negative
sequence overcurrent
protection enabled or disabled
0 1
5. 0 NSOC Inv Trip
Inverse time stage negative
sequence overcurrent trip or
alarm
0 1
6. 0 NSOC Init CBF
Circuit breaker failure initiated
by negative sequence
overcurrent protection
0 1
8.6 Thermal overload protection
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.6.1 Verifying the settings
8.6.1.1 Verifying the settings of cold curve of thermal overload protection
1 Verifying the phase A setting
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1.1 Verifying the current setting
Table 50 Current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL
/Func_Thermal OL, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL /Cold
Curve, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 105% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the time calculated by the equation
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of thermal overload
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
Therm OL Startup
Thermal OL Trip
95% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL
/Func_Thermal OL, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL /Cold
Curve, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 95% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the time calculated by the equation
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of thermal overload
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Test item Description
protection should not close
1.2 Verifying the time setting
Table 51 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL
/Func_Thermal OL, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL /Cold
Curve, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the time calculated by the equation
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of thermal overload
protection should be closed, and the operate time meets the
requirement in technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
Therm OL Startup
Thermal OL Trip
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.6.1.2 Verifying the settings of hot curve of thermal overload protection
1 Verifying the phase A setting
1.1 Verifying the current setting
Table 52 Current setting verifying
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Test item Description
105% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL
/Func_Thermal OL, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL /Cold
Curve, set the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage and load current for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 105% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the time calculated by the equation
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of thermal overload
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
Therm OL Startup
Thermal OL Trip
95% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL
/Func_Thermal OL, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL /Cold
Curve, set the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Thermal OL, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage and load current for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 95% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the time calculated by the equation
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of thermal overload
protection should not close
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
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The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.6.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.6.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 53 Thermal overload protection function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1.1In I_Thermal OL Trip
Thermal overload current
setting for tripping
A 0.1 25
2. 1.1In I_Thermal OL Alarm
Thermal overload current
setting for alarming
A 0.1 25
3. 60 T_Const Thermal
Time constant for thermal
overload protection
s 1 9999
4. 60 T_Const Cool Down Time constant for cool down s 1 9999
Table 54 Theraml overload protection binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 Func_Thermal OL
Thermal overload protection
enabled or disabled
0 1
2. 0 Cold Curve Cold Curve or Hot Curve 0 1
3. 1 Thermal OL Init CBF
Thermal overload protection
initiate CBF protection
0 1
8.7 Overload protection
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.7.1 Verifying the settings
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1 Verifying the phase A setting
1.1 Verifying the current setting
Table 55 Current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_OL, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 105% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overload protection should
be closed
Report:
Overload Alarm
95% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_OL, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 95% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overload protection should
not close
1.2 Verifying the time setting
Table 56 Time setting verifying
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Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_OL, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overload protection should
be closed, and the operate time meets the requirement in
technical data
Report:
Overload Alarm
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.7.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.7.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 57 Overload protection function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 2In I_OL Alarm
Current setting for overload
protection
A 0.05 100
2. 20 T_OL Alarm
Time setting for overload
protection
s 0.1 6000
Table 58 Overload protection binary setting list
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NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 Func_OL
Overload function enabled or
disabled
0 1
8.8 Overvoltage protection
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.8.1 Verifying the settings
8.8.1.1 Verifying the settings of stage 1 of overvoltage protection
1 Phase-to-earth voltage discrimination
1.1 Verifying the phase A settings
1.1.1 Verifying the voltage setting
Table 59 Voltage setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_OV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Overvoltage phase: phase A
Overvoltage value: 105% of the setting value
Overvoltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overvoltage protection
should be closed
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Test item Description
Report:
Relay Startup
OV1 Trip
95% of the voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_OV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Overvoltage phase: phase A
Overvoltage value: 95% of the setting value
Overvoltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overvoltage protection
should not close
1.1.2 Veritying the time setting
Table 60 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_OV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Overvoltage phase: phase A
Overvoltage value: 200% of the setting value
Overvoltage time: longer than the setting value
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Test item Description
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overvoltage protection
should be closed, and the operate time meets the requirement in
technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
OV1 Trip
1.1.3 Veritying the dropout ratio setting
Table 61 Dropout ratio setting verifying
Test item Description
99% of the dropout ratio setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_OV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Overvoltage phase: phase A
Overvoltage value: 120% of the setting value
Overvoltage time: longer than the setting value
Dropout stage:
Overvoltage value: 99% of the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overvoltage protection
should be closed, and then the protection function dropout
Report:
Relay Startup
OV1 Trip
101% of the dropout ratio setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_OV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV1 Trip, set
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Test item Description
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Overvoltage phase: phase A
Overvoltage value: 120% of the setting value
Overvoltage time: longer than the setting value
Dropout stage:
Overvoltage value: 101% of the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overvoltage protection
should be closed, and then the protection function does not
dropout
1.2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
2 Phase-to-phase voltage discrimination
2.1 Verifying the phase AB settings
2.1.1 Verifying the voltage setting
Table 62 Voltage setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_OV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 0
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
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Test item Description
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Overvoltage phase: phase AB
Overvoltage value: 105% of the setting value
Overvoltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overvoltage protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
OV1 Trip
95% of the voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_OV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 0
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Overvoltage phase: phase AB
Overvoltage value: 95% of the setting value
Overvoltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overvoltage protection
should not close
2.1.2 Veritying the time setting
Table 63 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_OV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 0
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
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Test item Description
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Overvoltage phase: phase AB
Overvoltage value: 200% of the setting value
Overvoltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overvoltage protection
should be closed, and the operate time meets the requirement in
technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
OV1 Trip
2.1.3 Veritying the dropout ratio setting
Table 64 Dropout ratio setting verifying
Test item Description
99% of the dropout ratio setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_OV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 0
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Overvoltage phase: phase AB
Overvoltage value: 120% of the setting value
Overvoltage time: longer than the setting value
Dropout stage:
Overvoltage value: 99% of the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overvoltage protection
should be closed, and then the protection function dropout
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Test item Description
Report:
Relay Startup
OV1 Trip
101% of the dropout ratio setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_OV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 0
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/OV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Overvoltage phase: phase AB
Overvoltage value: 120% of the setting value
Overvoltage time: longer than the setting value
Dropout stage:
Overvoltage value: 101% of the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of overvoltage protection
should be closed, and then the protection function does not
dropout
2.2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.8.1.2 Verifying the settings of stage 2 of overvoltage protection
The test method and test items of verifying the stage 2 of overvoltage
protection are same as stage 1, only need to change the corresponding test
conditions and settings into the conrresponding stage 2 required.
8.8.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
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8.8.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 65 Overvoltage protection function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 65 U_OV1
Voltage setting for stage 1 of
overvoltage protection
V 40 200
2. 0.3 T_OV1
Time setting for stage 1 of
overvoltage protection
s 0 60
3. 63 U_OV2
Voltage setting for stage 2 of
overvoltage protection
V 40 200
4. 0.6 T_OV2
Time setting for stage 2 of
overvoltage protection
s 0 60
5. 0.95 Dropout_OV
Dropout ratio for overvoltage
protection
0.9 0.99
Table 66 Overvoltage protection binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 Func_OV1
Overvoltage stage 1 enabled or
disabled
0 1
2. 0 OV1 Trip
Overvoltage stage 1 trip or
alarm
0 1
3. 1 Func_OV2
Overvoltage stage 2 enabled or
disabled
0 1
4. 0 OV2 Trip
Overvoltage stage 2 trip or
alarm
0 1
5. 1 OV PE
Phase to phase voltage or
phase to earth measured for
overvoltage protection
0 1
6. 0 OV Init CBF
Circuit breaker failure is initated
by overvoltage protection
0 1
8.9 Undervoltage protection
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.9.1 Verifying the settings
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8.9.1.1 Verifying the settings of stage 1 of undervoltage protection
1 Undervoltage for one phase discrimination
1.1 Phase-to-earth voltage discrimination
1.1.1 Verifying the phase A settings
1.1.1.1 Verifying the voltage setting
Table 67 Voltage setting verifying
Test item Description
95% of the voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_UV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk All
Phase, set the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Undervoltage phase: phase A
Undervoltage value: 95% of the setting value
Undervoltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of undervoltage protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
UV1 Trip
105% of the voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_UV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
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Test item Description
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk All
Phase, set the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Undervoltage phase: phase A
Undervoltage value: 105% of the setting value
Undervoltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of undervoltage protection
should not close
1.1.2 Verifying the time setting
Table 68 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_UV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk All
Phase, set the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Undervoltage phase: phase A
Undervoltage value: 70% of the setting value
Undervoltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of undervoltage protection
should be closed, and the operate time meets the requirement in
technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
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Test item Description
UV1 Trip
1.1.3 Verifying the current setting
Table 69 Current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_UV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk
Current, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk All
Phase, set the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Undervoltage phase: phase A
Undervoltage value: 70% of the setting value
Current value: 105% of the setting value
Undervoltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of undervoltage protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
UV1 Trip
105% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_UV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk
Current, set the binary setting as 1
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Test item Description
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk All
Phase, set the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Undervoltage phase: phase A
Undervoltage value: 70% of the setting value
Current value: 95% of the setting value
Undervoltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of o undervoltage protection
should not close
1.1.4 Verifying the auxiliary contact of circuit breaker
Table 70 Auxiliary contact supervision verifying
Test item Description
Binary input of PhA CB Open is Off
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_UV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk CB
Status, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk All
Phase, set the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Binary input of PhA CB Open is Off
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Binary input: PhA CB Open is Off
Undervoltage phase: phase A
Undervoltage value: 70% of the setting value
Undervoltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result IED operation:
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Test item Description
The corresponding output contacts of undervoltage protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
UV1 Trip
Binary input of PhA CB Open is On
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_UV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk CB
Status, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk All
Phase, set the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Binary input of PhA CB Open is Off
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Binary input: PhA CB Open is On
Undervoltage phase: phase A
Undervoltage value: 70% of the setting value
Undervoltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of undervoltage protection
should not close
1.1.5 Verifying dropout ration setting
Table 71 Dropout ratio setting verifying
Test item Description
101% of the dropout ratio setting value
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_UV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
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Test item Description
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Undervoltage phase: phase A
Undervoltage value: 70% of the setting value
Undervoltage time: longer than the setting value
Dropout stage:
Undervoltage value: 101% of the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of undervoltage protection
should be closed, and then the protection function dropout
Report:
Relay Startup
OV1 Trip
99% of the dropout ratio setting value
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_UV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk PE, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Undervoltage phase: phase A
Undervoltage value: 70% of the setting value
Undervoltage time: longer than the setting value
Dropout stage:
Undervoltage value: 99% of the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of undervoltage protection
should be closed, and then the protection function does not
dropout
1.1.6 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
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into the conrresponding other phase required.
1.2 Phase-to-phase voltage discrimination
The test method and test items of verifying the phase-to-phase voltage
discrimination are same as phase-to-earth voltage discrimination, only need
to change the corresponding test conditions and settings into the
conrresponding phase-to-phase voltage discrimination required.
2 Undervoltage for three phases discrimination
Table 72 Three-phase undervoltage verifying
Test item Description
95% of the voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_UV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk All
Phase, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Undervoltage phase: phase A, B, C
Undervoltage value: 95% of the setting value
Undervoltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of undervoltage protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
UV1 Trip
105% of the voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/Func_UV1, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV1 Trip, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV/UV Chk All
Phase, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/OV_UV, the detail setting list
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Test item Description
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Undervoltage phase: phase A, B, C
Undervoltage value: 105% of the setting value
Undervoltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of undervoltage protection
should not close
8.9.1.2 Verifying the settings of stage 2 of undervoltage protection
The test method and test items of verifying the stage 2 of undervoltage
protection are same as stage 1, only need to change the corresponding test
conditions and settings into the conrresponding stage 1 required.
8.9.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.9.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 73 Undervoltage protection function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 40 U_UV1
Voltage setting for stage 1 of
undervoltage protection
V 5 150
2. 0.3 T_UV1
Time setting for stage 1 of
undervoltage protection
s 0 60
3. 45 U_UV2
Voltage setting for stage 2 of
undervoltage protection
V 5 150
4. 0.6 T_UV2
Time setting for stage 2 of
undervoltage protection
s 0 60
5. 1.05 Dropout_UV
Dropout ratio for undervoltage
protection
1.01 2
6. 0.1In I_UV_Chk
Current setting for undervoltage
protection
A 0.05 10
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Table 74 Undervoltage protection binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 Func_UV1
Undervoltage stage 1 enabled
or disabled
0 1
2. 0 UV1 Trip
Undervotage stage 1 tripping or
alarming enabled or disabled
0 1
3. 1 Func_UV2
Undervoltage stage 2 enabled
or disabled
0 1
4. 0 UV2 Trip
Undervotage stage 2 tripping or
alarming enabled or disabled
0 1
5. 1 UV PE
Phase to earth or phase to
phase measured for
undervoltage protection
0 1
6. 1 UV Chk All Phase
Three phase voltage or singal
phase voltage checked for
undervoltage protection
0 1
7. 1 UV Chk Current
Current setting for
undervoltage protection
0 1
8. 0 UV Chk CB
CB Aux. contact supervised for
undervoltage protection
0 1
8.10 Displacement voltage protection
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.10.1 Verifying the settings
8.10.1.1 Verifying the settings of stage 1 of overvoltage protection
1 Verifying the voltage setting
Table 75 Voltage setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the residual voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/3V0/Func_3V01, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/3V0/3V01 Trip, set the
binary setting as 1
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Test item Description
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/3V0/3U0 Calculated, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/3V0, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Residual voltage value: 105% of the setting value
Residual voltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of displacement voltage
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
3V01 Trip
95% of the residual voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/3V0/Func_3V01, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/3V0/3V01 Trip, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/3V0/3U0 Calculated, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/3V0, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Residual voltage value: 95% of the setting value
Residual voltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of displacement voltage
protection should not close
2 Veritying the time setting
Table 76 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/3V0/Func_3V01, set the
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/3V0/3V01 Trip, set the
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Test item Description
binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/3V0/3U0 Calculated, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/3V0, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Residual voltage value: 130% of the setting value
Residual voltage time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of displacement voltage
protection should be closed, and the operate time meets the
requirement in technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
3V01 Trip
8.10.1.2 Verifying the settings of stage 2 of residual voltage protection
The test method and test items of verifying the stage 2 of residual voltage
protection are same as stage 1, only need to change the corresponding test
conditions and settings into the conrresponding stage 2 required.
8.10.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.10.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 77 Overvoltage protection function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 20 U_3V01
Voltage setting for displacement
voltage protection stage 1
V 2.00 100.0
2. 0.1 T_3V01
Time setting for displacement
voltage protection stage 1
s 0.00 60.00
3. 10 U_3V02
Voltage setting for displacement
voltage protection stage 2
V 2.00 100.0
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NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
4. 1 T_3V02
Time setting for displacement
voltage protection stage 2
s 0.00 60.00
Table 78 Overvoltage protection binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 Func_3V01
Displacement voltage stage 1
enabled or disabled
0 1
2. 0 3V01 Trip
Displacement voltage stage 1
trip or alarm
0 1
3. 1 Func_3V02
Displacement voltage stage 2
enabled or disabled
0 1
4. 0 3V02 Trip
Displacement voltage stage 2
trip or alarm
0 1
5. 1 3U0 Calculated
Displacement voltage is
calculated or measured form
VT
0 1
6. 0 3V0 Init CBF
Displacement voltage
protection initiate CBF enabled
or disabled
0 1
8.11 Circuit breaker failure protection
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.11.1 Verifying the settings of stage 1 of CBF protection
8.11.1.1 Verifying the settings of stage 1 of CBF protection
1 Verifying the phase A settings
1.1 Verifying the current setting
Table 79 Current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
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Test item Description
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 105% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of circuit breaker failure
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
CBF Startup
CBF1 Trip
95% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 95% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of circuit breaker failure
protection should not close
1.2 Verifying the zero sequence current setting
Table 80 Zero sequence current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the zero sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
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Test item Description
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ/CBF Chk
3I0/3I2, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Zero sequence current: 105% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of circuit breaker failure
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
CBF Startup
CBF1 Trip
95% of the zero sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ/CBF Chk
3I0/3I2, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Zero sequence current: 95% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of circuit breaker failure
protection should not close
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1.3 Verifying the negative sequence current setting
Table 81 Negative sequence current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the negative sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ/CBF Chk
3I0/3I2, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Negative sequence current: 105% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of circuit breaker failure
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
CBF Startup
CBF1 Trip
95% of the negative sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ/CBF Chk
3I0/3I2, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
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Test item Description
Negative sequence current: 95% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of circuit breaker failure
protection should not close
1.4 Verifying the CB status
Table 82 CB status verifying
Test item Description
Dont active the binary input of PhA CB Open
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ/CBF Chk
CB Status, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input
Dont active the binary input of PhA CB Open
Active the binary input of 3Ph Init CBF
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Dont active the binary input of PhA CB Open
Active the binary input of 3Ph Init CBF
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of circuit breaker failure
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
CBF Startup
CBF1 Trip
Active the binary input of PhA CB Open
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ/CBF Chk
CB Status, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
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Test item Description
Binary input
Active the binary input of PhA CB Open
Active the binary input of 3Ph Init CBF
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Dont active the binary input of PhA CB Open
Active the binary input of 3Ph Init CBF
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of circuit breaker failure
protection should not close
1.5 Verifying the time setting
Table 83 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of circuit breaker failure
protection should be closed, and the operate time meets the
requirement in technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
CBF Startup
CBF1 Trip
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the settings of other phase
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protection are same as phase A, only need to change the corresponding test
conditions and settings into the conrresponding phase A required.
3 Verifying the CB close status
Test item Description
Active the binary input of 3Ph CB Close
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ/CBF Chk
CB Status, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ/CBF Chk
BI_3Ph_CB_Close, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input
Dont active the binary input of PhA CB Open
Active the binary input of 3Ph Int CBF
Active the binary input of 3Ph CB Close
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Dont active the binary input of PhA CB Open
Active the binary input of 3Ph Int CBF
Active the binary input of 3Ph CB Close
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of circuit breaker failure
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
CBF Startup
CBF1 Trip
Dont active the binary input of 3Ph CB Close
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ/CBF Chk
CB Status, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ/CBF Chk
BI_3Ph_CB_Close, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
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Test item Description
Binary input
Dont active the binary input of PhA CB Open
Active the binary input of 3Ph Int CBF
Dont Active the binary input of 3Ph CB Close
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Dont active the binary input of PhA CB Open
Active the binary input of 3Ph Int CBF
Dont Active the binary input of 3Ph CB Close
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of circuit breaker failure
protection should not close
4 Verifying the function of single-phase failure to trip three-phase
4.1 Verifying the time setting
Table 84 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ/CBF 1P
Trip 3P, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of circuit breaker failure
protection should be closed, and the operate time meets the
requirement in technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
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Test item Description
CBF Startup
CBF 1P Trip 3P
Note: The function of single phase failure trip three phase is only applicable
for single phase CBF protection.
8.11.1.2 Verifying the settings of stage 2 of CBF protection
The test method and test items of verifying the stage 2 of CBF protection are
same as stage 1, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and
settings into the conrresponding stage 2 required.
Note: Stage 2 of CBF protection do not have the function of single-phase
failure to trip three phase.
8.11.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.11.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 85 Circuit breaker failure protection function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 0.5In I_CBF
Phase current setting for CBF
protection
A 0.05 100
2. 0.2In 3I0_CBF
Zero-sequence current setting
for CBF protection
A 0.05 100
3. 0.2In 3I2_CBF
Negative-sequence current
setting for CBF protection
A 0.05 100
4. 0 T_CBF1
Delay time for stage 1 of CBF
protection
s 0 32
5. 0.1 T_CBF 1P Trip 3P
Time setting for single-phase
failure to trip three-phase
s 0.05 32
6. 0.2 T_CBF2
Delay time for stage 2 of CBF
protection
s 0.1 32
Table 86 Circuit breaker failure protection binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
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1. 1 Func_CBF
CBF protection enabled or
disabled
0 1
2. 0 CBF 1P Trip 3P
Single phase failure to trip three
phase enabled or disabled
0 1
3. 1 CBF Chk 3I0/3I2
Zero- and negative-sequence
current setting for CBF
protection
0 1
4. 0 CBF Chk CB Status
CB auxiliary contact checked for
CBF protection
0 1
5. 0
CBF Chk
BI_3Ph_CB_Close
Checking three phase CB close
status via binary input for CBF
protection
0 1
8.12 Dead zone protection
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.12.1 Verifying the settings
1 Verifying the phase A setting
1.1 Verifying the current setting
Table 87 Current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_Dead Zone, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input
Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Active the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB CB Open andPhC
CB Open
Dont active the binary input of 3Ph CB Close
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
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Test item Description
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 105% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of dead zone protection
should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
Dead Zone Trip
95% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_Dead Zone, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input
Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Active the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB CB Open andPhC
CB Open
Dont active the binary input of 3Ph CB Close
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 95% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of dead zone protection
should not close
1.2 Verifying the time setting
Table 88 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_Dead Zone, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ
/Func_CBF, set the binary setting as 1
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Test item Description
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input
Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Active the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB CB Open andPhC
CB Open
Dont active the binary input of 3Ph CB Close
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of PhA Init CBF
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of dead zone protection
should be closed, and the operate time meets the requirement in
technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
Dead Zone Trip
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.12.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.12.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 89 Dead zone protection function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 T_Dead Zone
Time delay for dead zone
protection
s 0 32
2. 0.5In I_CBF Phase current setting for CBF A 0.05 100
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protection
Table 90 Dead zone protection binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 Func_Dead Zone
Dead Zone protection enabled or
disabled
0 1
2. 1 Func_CBF
CBF protection enabled or
disabled
0 1
8.13 STUB protection
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.13.1 Verifying the settings
1 Verifying the phase A setting
1.1 Verifying the current setting
Table 91 Current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/STUB/Func_STUB, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/STUB, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of STUB Enable
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of STUB Enable
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 105% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of STUB protection should
be closed
Report:
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Test item Description
Relay Startup
STUB Trip
95% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/STUB/Func_STUB, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/STUB, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of STUB Enable
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of STUB Enable
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 95% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of STUB protection should
not close
1.2 Verifying the time setting
Table 92 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/STUB/Func_STUB, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/STUB, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of STUB Enable
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of STUB Enable
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 200% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of STUB protection should
be closed, and the operate time meets the requirement in
technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
STUB Trip
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1.3 Verifying the binary input
Test item Description
Active the binary input of STUB Enable
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/STUB/Func_STUB, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/STUB, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of STUB Enable
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active the binary input of STUB Enable
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 105% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of STUB protection should
be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
STUB Trip
Dont Active the binary input of STUB Enable
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/STUB/Func_STUB, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/STUB, the detail setting list
refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Dont active the binary input of STUB Enable
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Dont active the binary input of STUB Enable
Fault type: phase A phase to earth fault
Fault current: 95% of the setting value
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of STUB protection should
not close
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
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8.13.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.13.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 93 STUB protection function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1.2In I_STUB Current setting for STUB protection A 0.05 100
2. 1 T_STUB Delay time for STUB protection s 0 60
Table 94 STUB protection binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 Func_STUB STUB protection enabled or disabled 0 1
2. 1 STUB Init CBF
Circuit breaker failure protection
initiated by STUB protection
0 1
8.14 Poles discordance protection
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.14.1 Verifying the settings
8.14.1.1 Without the zero-sequence and nagetive-sequence current
discrimination
Table 95 Verifying the binary input
Test item Description
Active any one or two of the binary input
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ /Func_PD,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/ CBF_PD_DZ /PD Chk
3I0/3I2, set the binary setting as 0
Setting value Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
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Test item Description
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input
Active any one or two of the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB
CB Open andPhC CB Open
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active any one or two of the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB
CB Open andPhC CB Open
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of poles discordance
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
PD Trip
Active three-phase binary input or don't active the binary input
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ /Func_PD,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/ CBF_PD_DZ /PD Chk
3I0/3I2, set the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input
Active three-phase binary input or don't active the binary input of
PhA CB Open, PhB CB Open andPhC CB Open
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active three-phase binary input or don't active the binary input of
PhA CB Open, PhB CB Open andPhC CB Open
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of poles discordance
protection should not close
8.14.1.2 Zero sequence and negative sequence current discrimination
1 Zero sequence current discrimination
1.1 Verifying the zero sequence current setting
Table 96 Zero sequence current setting verifying
Test item Description
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Test item Description
105% of the zero sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ /Func_PD,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/ CBF_PD_DZ /PD Chk
3I0/3I2, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input
Active any one or two of the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB
CB Open andPhC CB Open
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active any one or two of the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB
CB Open andPhC CB Open
Open phase: no current
Zero sequence current: 105% of the zero sequence current
setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of poles discordance
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
PD Trip
95% of the zero sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ /Func_PD,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/ CBF_PD_DZ /PD Chk
3I0/3I2, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input
Active any one or two of the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB
CB Open andPhC CB Open
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active any one or two of the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB
CB Open andPhC CB Open
Open phase: no current
Zero sequence current: 95% of the zero sequence current
setting
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Test item Description
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of poles discordance
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
PD Trip
1.2 Verifying the time setting
Table 97 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ /Func_PD,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/ CBF_PD_DZ /PD Chk
3I0/3I2, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input
Active any one or two of the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB
CB Open andPhC CB Open
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active any one or two of the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB
CB Open andPhC CB Open
Open phase: no current
Zero sequence current: 200% of the zero sequence current
setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of poles discordance
protection should be closed, and the operate time meets the
requirement in technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
PD Trip
2 Negative sequence current discrimination
2.1 Verifying the negative sequence current setting
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Table 98 Negative sequence current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the negative sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ /Func_PD,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/ CBF_PD_DZ /PD Chk
3I0/3I2, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input
Active any one or two of the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB
CB Open andPhC CB Open
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active any one or two of the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB
CB Open andPhC CB Open
Open phase: no current
Negative sequence current: 105% of the negative sequence
current setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of poles discordance
protection should be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
PD Trip
95% of the negative sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ /Func_PD,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/ CBF_PD_DZ /PD Chk
3I0/3I2, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input
Active any one or two of the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB
CB Open andPhC CB Open
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active any one or two of the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB
CB Open andPhC CB Open
Open phase: no current
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Test item Description
Negative sequence current: 95% of the negative sequence
current setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of poles discordance
protection should not close
2.2 Verifying the time setting
Table 99 Time setting verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ /Func_PD,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/ CBF_PD_DZ /PD Chk
3I0/3I2, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/CBF_PD_DZ, the detail
setting list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this
section
Binary input
Active any one or two of the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB
CB Open andPhC CB Open
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Active any one or two of the binary input of PhA CB Open, PhB
CB Open andPhC CB Open
Open phase: no current
Negative sequence current: 200% of the negative sequence
current setting
Fault time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of poles discordance
protection should be closed, and the operate time meets the
requirement in technical data
Report:
Relay Startup
PD Trip
8.14.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
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8.14.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 100 Poles discordance protection function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 0.4In 3I0_PD
Zero sequence current setting for
poles discordance protection
A 0.05 100
2. 0.4In 3I2_PD
Negative sequence current setting
for poles discordance protection
A 0.05 100
3. 2 T_PD
Time setting for poles discordance
protection
s 0 60
Table 101 Poles discordance protection binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 Func_PD
Poles discordance protection enabled
or disabled
0 1
2. 0 PD Chk 3I0/3I2
Zero- or negative-sequence current
checking enabled or disabled
0 1
3. 1 PD Init CBF
Circuit breaker failure protection
initiated by poles discordance
protection
0 1
8.15 Synchro-check and energizing check function
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.15.1 Verifying the settings
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UA
UB
UC
UN
U4
UA
UB
UC
UN
U4
Tester IED
U4' U4'

Figure 15 Connection example of synchro-check function
If the tester can't provide the reference voltage U
4
, the wiring connection is
shown in Figure 16.
UA
UB
UC
UN
UA
UB
UC
UN
U4
Tester
IED
U4'

Figure 16 Connection example of synchro-check function
8.15.1.1 Synchro-check function
1 Verifying the phase A of synchro-check
1.1 Verifying the voltage difference
Table 102 Voltage difference setting verifying
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Test item Description
1 V of the setting value
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_Syn check, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchronism condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchro-check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: rated voltage
Reference voltage: U_U
A
- voltage difference setting + 1 U_U
4

U_U
A
+ voltage difference setting - 1
Frequency difference: 0
Angle difference: 0
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The synchronization checking is successful
Report:
Syn Phase Change PhA
Relay Startup
1Ph Trip Init AR
AR in progress
Syn Request
Syn OK
1st Reclose
AR Success
> 1 V of the setting value
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_Syn check, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchronism condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchro-check phase: phase A
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Test item Description
Three phase voltage: rated voltage
Reference voltage: U_U
4
< U_U
A
- voltage difference setting 1
or U_U
4
> U_U
A
+ voltage difference setting + 1
Frequency difference: 0
Angle difference: 0
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The synchronization checking fail
1.2 Verifying the frequency difference
Table 103 Frequency difference setting verifying
Test item Description
20 mHz of the setting value
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_Syn check, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchronism condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchro-check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: rated voltage
Reference voltage: rated voltage
Voltage difference: 0
Frequency difference: f_U
A
- frequency difference setting +
20mHz f_U
4
f_U
A
+ frequency difference setting - 20mHz
Angle difference: 0
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The synchronization checking is successful
Report:
Syn Phase Change PhA
Relay Startup
1Ph Trip Init AR
AR in progress
Syn Request
Syn OK
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Test item Description
1st Reclose
AR Success
> 20 mHz of the setting value
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_Syn check, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchronism condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchro-check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: rated voltage
Reference voltage: rated voltage
Voltage difference: 0
Frequency difference: f_U
4
< f_U
A
- frequency difference setting -
20mHz or f_U
4
> f_U
A
+ frequency difference setting + 20mHz
Angle difference: 0
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The synchronization checking fail
1.3 Verifying the angle difference
Table 104 Angle difference setting verifying
Test item Description
3 of the setting value
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_Syn check, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchronism condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchro-check phase: phase A
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Test item Description
Three phase voltage: rated voltage
Reference voltage: rated voltage
Voltage difference: 0
Frequency difference: 0
Angle difference: Angle_U
A
- Angle difference setting + 3
Angle_U
4
Angle_U
A
+ Angle difference setting - 3
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The synchronization checking is successful
Report:
Syn Phase Change PhA
Relay Startup
1Ph Trip Init AR
AR in progress
Syn Request
Syn OK
1st Reclose
AR Success
> 3 of the setting value
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_Syn check, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchronism condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchro-check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: rated voltage
Reference voltage: rated voltage
Voltage difference: 0
Frequency difference: 0
Angle difference: Angle_U
4
< Angle_U
A
- Angle difference setting
- 3 or Angle_U
4
> Angle_U
A
+ Angle difference setting + 3
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The synchronization checking fail
1.4 Verifying the minimum voltage for synchro-check
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Table 105 Minimum voltage for synchro-check setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the setting value
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_Syn check, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchronism condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchro-check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: 105% of the setting value
Reference voltage: 105% of the setting value
Voltage difference: 0
Frequency difference: 0
Angle difference: 0
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The synchronization checking is successful
Report:
Syn Phase Change PhA
Relay Startup
1Ph Trip Init AR
AR in progress
Syn Request
Syn OK
1st Reclose
AR Success
95% of the setting value
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_Syn check, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchronism condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
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Test item Description
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchro-check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: 95% of the setting value
Reference voltage: 95% of the setting value
Voltage difference: 0
Frequency difference: 0
Angle difference: 0
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The synchronization checking fail
2 Verifying the synchro-check settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.15.1.2 Energizing check
1 VT at busbar side
1.1 Verifying the phase A setting
1.1.1 Checking the dead line live busbar
Table 106 Maximum energizing voltage setting verifying
Test item Description
97% of the setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/
AR_EnergChkDLLB, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/VT_Line, set
the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing check phase: phase A
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Test item Description
Three phase voltage: rated voltage
Reference voltage: 97% of the setting value
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The energizing checking is successful
Report:
Syn Phase Change PhA
Relay Startup
1Ph Trip Init AR
AR in progress
AR_EnergChk OK
1st Reclose
AR Success
103% of the setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/
AR_EnergChkDLLB, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/VT_Line, set
the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: rated voltage
Reference voltage: 103% of the setting value
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The energizing checking fail
1.1.2 Checking the live line dead busbar
Table 107 Maximum energizing voltage setting verifying
Test item Description
97% of the setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/
AR_EnergChkLLDB, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
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Test item Description
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/VT_Line, set
the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: 97% of the setting value
Reference voltage: rated voltage
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The energizing checking is successful
Report:
Syn Phase Change PhA
Relay Startup
1Ph Trip Init AR
AR in progress
AR_EnergChk OK
1st Reclose
AR Success
103% of the setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/
AR_EnergChkLLDB, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/VT_Line, set
the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: 103% of the setting value
Reference voltage: rated voltage
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result IED operation:
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Test item Description
The energizing checking fail
1.1.3 Checking the dead line dead busbar
Table 108 Maximum energizing voltage setting verifying
Test item Description
97% of the setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/
AR_EnergChkDLDB, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/VT_Line, set
the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: 97% of the setting value
Reference voltage: 97% of the setting value
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The energizing checking is successful
Report:
Syn Phase Change PhA
Relay Startup
1Ph Trip Init AR
AR in progress
AR_EnergChk OK
1st Reclose
AR Success
103% of the setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/
AR_EnergChkDLDB, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/VT_Line, set
the binary setting as 0
Setting value Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
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Test item Description
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: 103% of the setting value
Reference voltage: 103% of the setting value
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The energizing checking fail
1.2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
2 VT at line side
2.1 Verifying the phase A setting
2.1.1 Checking the dead line live busbar
Table 109 Maximum energizing voltage setting verifying
Test item Description
97% of the setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/
AR_EnergChkLLDB, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/VT_Line, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing check phase: phase A
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Test item Description
Three phase voltage: 97% of the setting value
Reference voltage: rated voltage
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The energizing checking is successful
Report:
Syn Phase Change PhA
Relay Startup
1Ph Trip Init AR
AR in progress
AR_EnergChk OK
1st Reclose
AR Success
103% of the setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/
AR_EnergChkLLDB, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/VT_Line, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: 103% of the setting value
Reference voltage: rated voltage
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The energizing checking fail
2.1.2 Checking the live line dead busbar
Table 110 Maximum energizing voltage setting verifying
Test item Description
97% of the setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/
AR_EnergChkLLDB, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
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Test item Description
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/VT_Line, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: rated voltage
Reference voltage: 97% of the setting value
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The energizing checking is successful
Report:
Syn Phase Change PhA
Relay Startup
1Ph Trip Init AR
AR in progress
AR_EnergChk OK
1st Reclose
AR Success
103% of the setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/
AR_EnergChkLLDB, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/VT_Line, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: rated voltage
Reference voltage: 97% of the setting value
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result IED operation:
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Test item Description
The energizing checking fail
2.1.3 Checking the dead line dead busbar
Table 111 Maximum energizing voltage setting verifying
Test item Description
97% of the setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/
AR_EnergChkDLDB, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/VT_Line, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: 97% of the setting value
Reference voltage: 97% of the setting value
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The energizing checking is successful
Report:
Syn Phase Change PhA
Relay Startup
1Ph Trip Init AR
AR in progress
AR_EnergChk OK
1st Reclose
AR Success
103% of the setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/
AR_EnergChkDLDB, set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/VT_Line, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
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Test item Description
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Energizing check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: 103% of the setting value
Reference voltage: 103% of the setting value
Checking time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The energizing checking fail
2.2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
8.15.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.15.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 112 Synchro-check and energizing check function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 30 Angle_Syn Diff
Angle difference for
synchro-check function
Degree 1 80
2. 10 U_Syn Diff
Voltage difference for
synchro-check function
V 1 40
3. 0.05 Freq_Syn Diff
Frequency difference for
synchro-check function
Hz 0.02 2
4. 0.05 T_Syn Check
Time for synchro-check
function
s 0 60
5. 10 T_MaxSynExt
Maximum time for exiting
synchronization check
s 0.05 60
6. 40 Umin_Syn
Minimum voltage for
synchronization check
V 30 65
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NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
7. 30 Umax_Energ
Maximum voltage for
Energizing check
V 10 50
Table 113 Synchro-check and energizing check binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 0 AR_3p mode
Three phase mode for AR
enabled or disabled
0 1
2. 0 AR_EnergChkDLLB
Dead line live bus of
energizing check for AR
enabled or disabled
0 1
3. 0 AR_EnergChkLLDB
Live line dead bus of
energizing check for AR
enabled or disabled
0 1
4. 0 AR_EnergChkDLDB
Dead line dead bus of
energizing check for AR
enabled or disabled
0 1
5. 0 AR_Syn check
Synchronization check for AR
enabled or disabled
0 1
8.16 Auto-reclosing function
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.16.1 Verifying the settings
8.16.1.1 Verifying the shot 1 of auto-reclosing function
1 Single-phase auto-reclosing mode
1.1 Verifying the phase A
Table 114 Phase A auto-reclosing verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_1p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
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Test item Description
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of PhA init AR from 1 to 0
Auto-reclosing
condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of PhA init AR from 1 to 0
Reclosing time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of reclosing function should
be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
1Ph Trip Init AR
AR in progress
1st Reclose
AR Success
1.2 Verifying the other phase
The test method of verifying the other phase is same as phase A, only need to
change the corresponding test conditions and settings into the
conrresponding other phase required.
2 Three-phase auto-reclosing mode
Table 115 Three phase autoreclosing verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_Syn check, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of PhA init AR from 1 to 0
Auto-reclosing
condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchro-check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: rated voltage
Voltage difference: 0
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Test item Description
Frequency difference: 0
Angle difference: 0
Reclosing time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The synchronization checking is successful
Report:
Syn Phase Change PhA
Relay Startup
3Ph Trip Init AR
AR in progress
Syn Request
Syn OK
1st Reclose
AR Success
3 Single-phase/three-phase auto-reclosing mode
3.1 Verifying the phase A and three phase
Table 116 Phase A and three phase autoreclosing verifying
Test item Description
Single-phase auto-reclosing
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_1p(3p) mode,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of PhA init AR from 1 to 0
Auto-reclosing
condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of PhA init AR from 1 to 0
Reclosing time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of reclosing function should
be closed
Report:
Relay Startup
1Ph Trip Init AR
AR in progress
1st Reclose
AR Success
Three-phase auto-reclosing
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Test item Description
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_3p mode, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR/AR_Syn check, set
the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/AR, the detail setting list refer
to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Auto-reclosing
condition
Pre-reclosing stage:
Input the rated voltage to three phase and and U
4
for 3s
Reclosing stage:
Active the binary input of 3Ph init AR from 1 to 0
Synchro-check phase: phase A
Three phase voltage: rated voltage
Reference voltage: 0
Frequency difference: 0
Angle difference: 0
Reclosing time: longer than the setting value
Test result
IED operation:
The synchronization checking is successful
Report:
Syn Phase Change PhA
Relay Startup
3Ph Trip Init AR
AR in progress
Syn Request
Syn OK
1st Reclose
AR Success
3.2 Verifying the other phase
The test method of verifying the other phase is same as described above,
only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings into the
conrresponding other phase required.
8.16.1.2 Verifying the other shots of auto-reclosing function
The test method of verifying the other short is same as shot 1, only need to
change the corresponding test conditions and settings into the
conrresponding shot 1 required.
8.16.2 Completing the test
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Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.16.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 117 Auto-reclosing function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 0.6 T_1P AR1
Time delay setting for shot 1 of
single phase auto-reclosing
s 0.05 10
2. 0.7 T_1P AR2
Time delay setting for shot 2 of
single phase auto-reclosing
s 0.05 10
3. 0.8 T_1P AR3
Time delay setting for shot 3 of
single phase auto-reclosing
s 0.05 10
4. 0.9 T_1P AR4
Time delay setting for shot 4 of
single phase auto-reclosing
s 0.05 10
5. 1.1 T_3P AR1
Time delay setting for shot 1 of
three phase auto-reclosing
s 0.05 60
6. 1.2 T_3P AR2
Time delay setting for shot 2 of
three phase auto-reclosing
s 0.05 60
7. 1.3 T_3P AR3
Time delay setting for shot 3 of
three phase auto-reclosing
s 0.05 60
8. 1.4 T_3P AR4
Time delay setting for shot 4 of
three phase auto-reclosing
s 0.05 60
9. 80 T_Action
Pulse length setting for
auto-reclosing
ms 80 500
10. 3 T_Reclaim Reclaim time setting s 0.05 60
11. 1 T_CB Faulty Time setting for spring charging s 0.5 60
12. 1 Times_AR Number of auto-reclosing shots 1 4
13. 0.05 T_Syn Check
Time setting for synchro-check
function
s 0 60
14. 10 T_MaxSynExt
Time setting for exiting the
synchronization checking
s 0.05 60
15. 3 T_AR Reset
Time setting for preparing for
future reclosure
s 0.5 60
16. 20 T_WaitMaster
Time setting for blocking AR of tie
breaker by AR of side breaker
s 0.01 60
Table 118 Auto-reclosing function binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 AR_1p mode
Single phase auto-reclosing
mode
0 1
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NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
2. 0 AR_3p mode
Three phase auto-reclosing
mode
0 1
3. 0 AR_1p(3p) mode
Single/three phase
auto-reclosing mode
0 1
4. 0 AR_Disable
Auto-reclosing function
disabled
0 1
5. 1 AR_Override
Override mode for AR enabled
or disabled
0 1
6. 0 AR_Syn check
Synchro-check for AR enabled
or disabled
0 1
7. 0 AR_EnergChkDLLB
Checking dead line live bus for
AR
0 1
8. 0 AR_EnergChkLLDB
Checking live line dead bus for
AR
0 1
9. 0 AR_EnergChkDLDB
Checking dead line dead bus
for AR
0 1
10. 0 AR_Chk3PVol
Three phase voltage check for
single phase AR
0 1
11. 0 AR Final Trip Permanent trip 0 1
12. 0 1P CBOpen Init AR
AR initiated by single phase CB
open
0 1
13. 0 3P CBOpen Init AR
AR initiated by three phase CB
open
0 1
14. 0 Mode 2/3CB
AR used for 2/3 CB
arrangement
0 1
15. 0 CB_Master Side breaker or tie breaker 0 1
8.17 Current transformer secondary circuit
supervision
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.17.1 Verifying the settings
1 Verifying the phase A setting
Table 119 Zero sequence current setting verifying
Test item Description
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Test item Description
105% of the zero sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/CT Fail, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/3I0
Calculated_CT Fail, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
CT failure phase: phase A
Zero sequence current: 105% of the setting value
CT failure supervision time: longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of CT failure supervision
protection should be closed
Report:
CT Fail
95% of the zero sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/CT Fail, set
the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/3I0
Calculated_CT Fail, set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
CT failure phase: phase A
Zero sequence current: 95% of the setting value
CT failure supervision time: longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of CT failure supervision
protection should not close
2 Verifying the settings of other phase
The test method and test items of verifying the other phase are same as
phase A, only need to change the corresponding test conditions and settings
into the conrresponding other phase required.
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8.17.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.17.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 120 CT failure supervision function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 0.2In 3I0_CT Fail
Maximum zero-sequence current for
detecting CT failure
A 0.05 10
Table 121 CT failure supervision binary setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 Func_CT Fail
CT failure supervision
function enabled or
disabled
0 1
2. 0 3I0 Calculated_CT Fail 3I0 calculated or measured 0 1
8.18 Voltage transformer secondary circuit
supervision
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.18.1 Verifying the settings
8.18.1.1 Three-phase VT failure surpervision
1 Verifying the phase-to-earth voltage setting
Table 122 Phase-to-earth voltage setting verifying
Test item Description
95% of the phase-to-earth voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_VT Fail,
set the binary setting as 1
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Test item Description
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 15s
Startup element: no startup element operate
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
VT failure phase: phase A, B, C
Maximum voltage: 95% of the setting value
Zero sequence voltage: 0
Phase current: 120% of the setting value
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Time duration: longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of VT failure supervision
protection should be closed
Report:
VT Fail
105% of the phase-to-earth voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_VT Fail,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 15s
Startup element: no startup element operate
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
VT failure phase: phase A, B, C
Maximum voltage: 105% of the setting value
Zero sequence voltage: 0
Phase current: 120% of the setting value
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Time duration: longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of VT failure supervision
protection should not close
2 Verifying the current setting
2.1 Verifying the phase current setting
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Table 123 Current setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_VT Fail,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 15s
Startup element: no startup element operate
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
VT failure phase: phase A, B, C
Maximum voltage: 70% of the setting value
Zero sequence voltage: 0
Phase current: 105% of the setting value
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Time duration: longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of VT failure supervision
protection should be closed
Report:
VT Fail
95% of the current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_VT Fail,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 15s
Startup element: no startup element operate
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
VT failure phase: phase A, B, C
Maximum voltage: 70% of the setting value
Zero sequence voltage: 0
Phase current: 95% of the setting value
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Time duration: longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of VT failure supervision
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Test item Description
protection should not close
2.2 Verifying the zero/negative sequence current setting
Table 124 Current setting verifying
Test item Description
95% of the zero and negative sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_VT Fail,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 15s
Startup element: no startup element operate
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
VT failure phase: phase A, B, C
Maximum voltage: 70% of the setting value
Zero sequence voltage: 0
Phase current: 120% of the setting value
Zero and negative sequence current: 95% of the setting
Time duration: longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of VT failure supervision
protection should be closed
Report:
VT Fail
105% of the zero or negative sequence current setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_VT Fail,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 15s
Startup element: no startup element operate
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
VT failure phase: phase A, B, C
Maximum voltage: 70% of the setting value
Zero sequence voltage: 0
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Test item Description
Phase current: 120% of the setting value
Zero or negative sequence current: 105% of the setting
Time duration: longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of VT failure supervision
protection should not close
8.18.1.2 Single/ two phases VT failure supervision
1 Solid earthed system
1.1 Verifying the setting of single phase failure supervision
1.1.1 Verifying the phase-to-earth voltage setting
Table 125 Phase-to-earth voltage setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the phase-to-earth voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_VT Fail,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Solid Earth,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 15s
Startup element: no startup element operate
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
VT failure type: single phase
Zero sequence voltage: 105% of the (setting value -1V)
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Time duration: longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of VT failure supervision
protection should be closed
Report:
VT Fail
95% of the phase-to-earth voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_VT Fail,
set the binary setting as 1
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Test item Description
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Solid Earth,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 15s
Startup element: no startup element operate
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
VT failure phase: single phase
Zero sequence voltage: 95% of the (setting value -1V)
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Time duration: longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of VT failure supervision
protection should not close
1.2 Verifying the setting of two-phase failure supervision
The test method and test items of verifying the two phase failure supervision
are same as single phase failure supervision, only need to change the
corresponding test conditions and settings into the conrresponding two phase
required.
2 Isolated system
2.1 Verifying the setting of single phase failure supervision
2.1.1 Verifying the phase-to-earth voltage setting
Table 126 Phase-to-earth voltage setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the phase-to-earth voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_VT Fail,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Solid Earth,
set the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation Pre-fault stage:
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Test item Description
Input the rated voltage for 15s
Startup element: no startup element operate
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
VT failure type: single phase
Zero sequence voltage: 105% of the (setting value -1V)
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Max(U
ab
, U
bc
, U
ca
) Min(U
ab
, U
bc
, U
ca
): 120% of the
phase-to-phase setting value
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Time duration: longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of VT failure supervision
protection should be closed
Report:
VT Fail
95% of the phase-to-earth voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_VT Fail,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Solid Earth,
set the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 15s
Startup element: no startup element operate
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
VT failure type: single phase
Zero sequence voltage: 95% of the (setting value -1V)
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Max(U
ab
, U
bc
, U
ca
) Min(U
ab
, U
bc
, U
ca
): 120% of the
phase-to-phase setting value
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Time duration: longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of VT failure supervision
protection should not close
2.1.2 Verifying the phase-to-phase voltage setting
Table 127 phase-to-phase voltage setting verifying
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Test item Description
105% of the phase-to-phase voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_VT Fail,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Solid Earth,
set the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 15s
Startup element: no startup element operate
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
VT failure type: single phase
Zero sequence voltage: 120% of the (setting value -1V)
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Max(U
ab
, U
bc
, U
ca
) Min(U
ab
, U
bc
, U
ca
): 105% of the
phase-to-phase setting value
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Time duration: longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of VT failure supervision
protection should be closed
Report:
VT Fail
95% of the phase-to-phase voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_VT Fail,
set the binary setting as 1
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Solid Earth,
set the binary setting as 0
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 15s
Startup element: no startup element operate
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
VT failure type: single phase
Zero sequence voltage: 120% of the (setting value -1V)
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Max(U
ab
, U
bc
, U
ca
) Min(U
ab
, U
bc
, U
ca
): 95% of the
phase-to-phase setting value
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Test item Description
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Time duration: longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding output contacts of VT failure supervision
protection should not close
2.2 Verifying the setting of two-phase failure supervision
The test method and test items of verifying the two phase failure supervision
are same as single phase failure supervision, only need to change the
corresponding test conditions and settings into the conrresponding two phase
required.
8.18.1.3 Verifying the voltage restoring setting
1 Verifying the voltage setting
Table 128 Voltage setting verifying
Test item Description
105% of the voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_VT Fail,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 15s
Startup element: no startup element operate
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
VT failure phase: phase A, B, C
Voltage value: 70% of the setting value
Zero sequence voltage: 0
Phase current: 120% of the setting value
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Time duration: longer than 12s
Restore stage:
Minimun voltage value: 105% of the setting value for three phase
Time duration: Longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
After the VT failure contanct operates, the report of voltage
restore is issued
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Test item Description
Report:
VT Fail
VT Recovery
95% of the voltage setting verifying
Binary setting
Settings/ProtContwd/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common/Func_VT Fail,
set the binary setting as 1
Setting value
Settings/ProtSet/Pls Input SetGrNo/Common, the detail setting
list refer to the Reference setting list for test in this section
Binary input None
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 15s
Startup element: no startup element operate
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
VT failure phase: phase A, B, C
Voltage value: 70% of the setting value
Zero sequence voltage: 0
Phase current: 120% of the setting value
Zero and negative sequence current: 0
Time duration: longer than 12s
Restore stage:
Maxmum voltage value: 95% of the setting value
Time duration: Longer than 12s
Test result
IED operation:
After the VT failure contanct operates, the report of voltage
restore is not issued
Report:
VT Fail
8.18.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.18.3 Reference setting list for test
Table 129 VT failure supervision function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 0.1In I_VT Fail
Phase current setting for VT failure
supervision
A 0.05 1
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2. 0.1In 3I02_VT Fail
Zero- and negative- sequence
current setting for VT failure
supervision
A 0.05 1
3. 8 Upe_VT Fail
Phase to earth voltage setting for VT
failure supervision
V 7 20
4. 16 Upp_VT Fail
Phase to phase voltage setting for
VT failure supervision
V 10 30
5. 40 Upe_VT Normal
Voltage restoring setting after VT
failure
V 40 65
Table 130 VT failure supervision function setting list
NO. Default Abbr. Explanation Unit Min. Max.
1. 1 VT Fail
VT failure supervision function
enabled or disabled
0 1
2. 1 Solid Earth
Solid earthed system or isolated
system
0 1
8.19 Monitoring function
8.19.1 Reference voltage monitoring
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
8.19.1.1 Verifying the setting
For the reference voltage verifying, the user can refer to the section of
Synchro-check and energizing check function in this chapter.
8.19.1.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.
8.19.2 Auxiliary contact of circuit breaker monitoring
Before starting the test, please make sure that the protection function setting
values and parameters are correct, refer to section Introduction, Points for
attention during testing and Preparing for test in this chapter.
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8.19.2.1 Testing the function
1 Checking the auxiliary contact of CB of phase A
Table 131 Auxiliary contact of circuit breaker verifying
Test item Description
Binary setting None
Setting value None
Binary input Active the binary input of PhA CB Open
Fault simulation
Pre-fault stage:
Input the rated voltage for 1s
Fault stage:
Startup element: no startup element operate
Active the binary input of PhA CB Open
Current phase: phase A
Current value: larger than 0.1In (In: rated current)
Time duration: longer than 3s
Test result
IED operation:
The corresponding alarm report should be issued
Report:
PhA CB Open Err
2 Checking the auxiliary contact of CB of other phase
The test method of checking the other phase are same as phase A, only need
to change the corresponding test conditions into the conrresponding other
phase required.
8.19.2.2 Completing the test
Continue to test another function or end the test. Restore connections and
settings to their original values, if they were changed for testing purposes.

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9 Checking before operation
Note: The following items are only for reference. Users should make the
proper operation guideline based on the actual site conditions
9.1 Checking the LED
Power on the IED, the LED Run is lit steadily in green, other LEDs should be
extinguished.
9.2 Checking the display on LCD
In normal operation condition, the information of year-month-day, hour :
minute : second, magnitude and angle of analog quantities, channel state,
current setting group: 01 should be scrolling displayed on the LCD.
9.3 Checking the clock
After setting the date and time of the IED, power on and off the IED with five
times in short time, checking the tolerance of date and time is within the
permissible range.
9.4 Checking the voltage and current
Inject system currents (load current must be larger than 0.08In) and voltages
into the IED, and then check whether the magnitude, phase angle, polarity
and phase sequence of each measuring analog value are correct or not.
9.5 Checking the setting group
Make sure the active setting group is correct.
9.6 Checking the setting
Checking the settings one by one of each group which are possibly used in
the actual operation modes.
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9.7 Checking the binary input
Check the state of all binary inputs. Particularly ensure that the IED is not in
test mode, meaning there is not a hand type icon displayed at the upright
corner of the LCD.
9.8 Checking the normal operation mode
9.8.1 Trip and close test with the circuit breaker
9.8.1.1 Switching the circuit breaker state by local command
Trip and close the circuit breaker, the corresponding feedback state of circuit
breaker injected via binary inputs should be read out and compared with the
actual state of circuit breaker, the displayed state should be in accordance
with the actual state.
9.8.1.2 Switching the circuit breaker state from remote control center
If the IED is connected to a remote substation via SCADA, the corresponding
switching tests may also be checked from the substation.
9.9 Put into operation
If all the checking items described above and the other checking items need to be
performed according to the site condition have been checked and correct, the IED can be
put into operation.
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Chapter 7 Operating maintenance



About this chapter
This chapter introduces attentions and the required checking,
operation after updating software or replacing modules and the
measure for alarm information.

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1 Attentions during operating
Warning
Do not disconnect the secondary circuit connection of current
transformer without short-circuiting the transformer's secondary
winding. Operating a current transformer with the secondary
winding open will cause a masssive potential that may damage the
current transformer and may cause injuries to humans.
Caution
Never connect or disconnect a wire and/or a connector to or from a
IED during normal operation. Dangerous voltages and currents are
present that may be lethal. Operation may be disrupted and IED and
measuring circuitry may be damaged.
Note
Strictly follow the power system operation maintenance instruction
or regulations, the following items for reference:
During operating, prohibition the following operation manually:
Touch the parts of IED with electricity
Plug in and pull out each module
Manually operation to the HMI menu:
Testing binary output
Changing setting value
Setting systme parameter
Changing the IP address
Fault occurrence during operation, if the protection IED tripping, the
corresponding LED in front panel will be lighted, and the event reports
will be displayed in HMI; if the auto-reclosing function operate, the
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corresponding LED will be lighted and the reports will be displayed in
HMI
If the alarming class I appearance during operation, stop running the IED,
record the alarm information and inform the responsible engineer, at this
time, it is not allowed to press the Reset button. If the alarming class II
appearance, record the alarm information and inform the responsible
engineer to analyse and deal with.


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2 Routine checking
Checking the LEDs status
Checking scroll display information in HMI
Checking the setting group number

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3 Periodical checking
Check that the inside and outside of the IED are cleanly and no ash
deposition
All components (including the chips, transformer and relay, etc.) of the
IED are fixed well, no loosing phenomenon, the IED apperance is regular
and no damage and distortion phenomenon
The buttons are operated flexibly with good feeling and fixed reliably
All the IED terminals for connection are firmd without loosing
phenomenon, and the marked number are clear and correct
Energizing the IED with DC power supply for several seconds, the green
Run LED will be lighted without any alarm or operation lED lighted (if
lighted, press Reset button to reset), the analog quantities is displayed in
HMI
Check the zero drift and scale
Check the operation setting values
Measure the output voltage of power supply
Check the alarm circuit
Check the binary input
Check the tripping and closing circuit
Test the insulation resistance

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4 Operation after updating software or
replacing modules
4.1 Operation after updating software or replacing
CPU module
If the IED software needs to be updated or the CPU module needs to be
replaced for some problem that cant be handled during operation, the
corresponding operation as follows:
Check the address jumper of CPU module is correct, and input and write
the setting values and parameters
Check the CPU software version number and CRC code
Check the zero drift and scale of all analog quantities channel again
Test all the binary inputs and outputs
Check the setting value and setting group
Perform other relevant testing according to the users site operating
regulation before the IED is in service
4.2 Operation after updating software or replacing
communication module
Downloading the latest version configuration files to the communication
module by software tool
Checking the detail information for the following items:
Checking the communication module version and the software
version
Checking the communication parameter and protocol, etc.
Configuring the communication module configuration according to the
former configuration or enter into the former configuration again
Set the following parameters:
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The setting value property and communication mode
Set the network address
Set the IED time again
Check the scroll display is correct after energizing
Perform relevant testing operation
4.3 Operation after replacing the binary input or
output module
Check the address jumper of the module is correct
Test all the binary inputs or outputs and the related external secondary
circuit before the IED is in service
4.4 Operation after replacing the analog input
module
Check the value and polarity of all analog quantities channel is correct
4.5 Operation after replacing power supply module
Check the accuracy of the output voltage
Test the output relay
Test the binary inputs

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5 The alarm information and measure
5.1 Alarm information class I and the measure
Table 132 Alarm information class I and the measure
Information Description
Sampling Err Sampling is error
Soft Version Err Soft version is error
EquipPara Err Equipment parameter is error
ROM Verify Err ROM verifying is error
Setting Err Setting value is error
Set Group Err Setting group is error
BO No Response No response of binary output
BO Breakdown Binary output breakdown
BI Config Err Binary input configuration is error
BOConfig Err Binary output configuration is error
Sys Config Err System configuration is error
BO EEPROM Err The EEPROM of binary output is error
5.2 Alarm information class II and the measure
Table 133 Alarm information class II and the measure
Information Description
SRAM Check Err SRAM checking is error
FLASH Check Err FLASH checking is error
BI Comm Fail Binary input communication fail
BO Comm Fail Binary output communication fail
Test BO Un_reset Do not reset after testing binary output
BI Breakdown Binary input breakdown
BI Input Err Binary input error
NO/NC Discord NO/NC discord
BI Check Err Binary input checking is error
BI EEPROM Err The EEPROM of binary input is error
Battery Off Battery off
PhA CB Open Err Phase A of circuit breaker open error
PhB CB Open Err Phase B of circuit breaker open error
PhB CB Open Err Phase C of circuit breaker open error
AI Channel Err Analog input channel error
VT Fail Voltage transformer fail
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Information Description
V3P_MCB VT Fail Three phase VT fail of MCB
V1P_MCB VT Fail Single phase VT fail of MCB
BI_V3P_MCB Err Binary input error of three phase MCB
BI_V1P_MCB Err Binary input error of single phase MCB
CT Fail CT Fail
SYN Voltage Err Synchronization voltage error
AR Mode Alarm Autorelosing mode alarm
OC Trip Fail Overcurrent protection trip fail
EF Trip Fail Earth fault protection trip fail
NOC Trip Fail Neutral earth fault trip fail
SEF1 Alarm Stage 1 of sensitive earth fault protection alarm
SEF2 Alarm Stage 2 of sensitive earth fault protection alarm
SEF Inv Alarm Inverse stage of sensitive earth fault protection alarm
SEF Trip Fail Sensitive earth fault protection trip fail
NSOC1 Alarm Stage 1 of egative sequence overcurrent protection alarm
NSOC Inv Alarm Inverse stage of negative sequence overcurrent protection alarm
NSOC Trip Fail negative sequence overcurrent protection trip fail
STUB Trip Fail STUB protection trip fail
Thermal OL Alarm Thermal overload protection alarm
Therm Trip Fail Thermal overload protection trip fail
Overload Alarm Overload alarm
3V01 Alarm Stage 1 of displacement voltage protection alarm
3V02 Alarm Stage 2 of displacement voltage protection alarm
3V0 Trip Fail Displacement voltage protection trip fail
OV1 Alarm Stage 1 of overvoltage protection alarm
OV2 Alarm Stage 2 of overvoltage protection alarm
OV Trip Fail Stage 1 of overvoltage protection trip fail
UV1 Alarm Stage 1 of undervoltage protection alarm
UV2 Alarm Stage 2 of undervoltage protection alarm
UV Trip Fail Stage 1 of undervoltage protection trip fail
BI_Init CBF Err Binary input for initiation CBF protection error
CB Err Blk PD Circuit breaker error for blocking pole discordance protection
PD Trip Fail Pole discordance protection trip fail

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Chapter 8 Transportation and storage
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Chapter 8 Transportation and storage



About this chapter
This chapter describes how to transport and store the IED.

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1 Transportion
The IED can be transported by means of conveyance, such as car, train, ship,
etc. In order to ensure the perfect performance of the IED, prevent the IED
from rain, snow, vibration, shock and bump.

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2 Storage
If the IED is to be stored before installation, this is must be done in the original
transport casing in a dry and dust free place. The packed IED should be
stored in a waterproof and snow proof place without acid or alkaline or other
corrosive gas and explosive gas. The storage temperature is from -25C to
+40C, and the relative humidity does not exceed 80%. Observe the
environmental requirements stated in the technical data.

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Chapter 9 Appendix
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Chapter 9 Appendix



About this chapter
This chapter contains the diagram of modules arrangement,
typical connection, glossary and the protocol data table.

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1 Arrangement diagram of modules
Testport
X3
COM
X6 X7 X8 X9 X1
AIM
X10
PSM
Ethernetports
X5 X4
ForBIMandBOM

Figure 17 The arrangement diagram of modules

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2 Typical diagram
A. Application for line
IA
IB
IC
UB
UA
UC
U4
IN
UN
Protection IED
A
B
C
* * *
a01
a02
a03
a04
b01
b02
b03
b04
a12
a11
b11
b12
a10
b10

Figure 18 Typical connection of feeder backup protection for VT in bus side
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B. Application for transformer
* * *
A
B
C
A
B
C
*
A B C
b05
a05
I
IA
IB
IC
UB
UA
UC
IN
UN
Protection IED
a01
a02
a03
a04
b01
b02
b03
b04
a12
a11
b11
b12
5

Figure 19 Typical connection of transformer backup protection
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C. Application for sensitive earth fault protection
A
B
C
* * *
b05
a05
*
I
IA
IB
IC
UB
UA
UC
IN
UN
Protection IED
a01
a02
a03
a04
b01
b02
b03
b04
a12
a11
b11
b12
5

Figure 20 Typical connection of sensitive earth fault protection