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Advanced Protection Unit, APU 200
• Alarm list
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Document no.: 41893400664A
SW version 3.53.x or later

APU 200

Parameter List

Table of contents

1. ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT

4

GENERAL PURPOSE

4

INTENDED USERS

4

CONTENTS/OVERALL STRUCTURE

4

2. WARNINGS AND LEGAL INFORMATION

5

LEGAL INFORMATION AND RESPONSIBILITY

5

ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE AWARENESS

5

SAFETY ISSUES

5

DEFINITIONS

5

3. PARAMETER DESCRIPTIONS

6

4. ALARM LIST

7

ALARM TABLE OVERVIEW

8

REVERSE POWER AND OVERCURRENT PROTECTION

9

 

VOLTAGE

PROTECTIONS

12

FREQUENCY

PROTECTIONS

14

LV

VOLTAGE PROTECTIONS

16

LV

FREQUENCY PROTECTIONS

19

MAINS FAILURE PROTECTIONS

21

OVERLOAD PROTECTIONS

23

CURRENT UNBALANCE PROTECTION

25

VOLTAGE UNBALANCE PROTECTION

25

 

REACTIVE

POWER IMPORT PROTECTION

26

REACTIVE POWER EXPORT PROTECTION

26

 

NEGATIVE

SEQUENCE

27

ZERO SEQUENCE

28

DIRECTIONAL OVERCURRENT PROTECTION

29

LV

UNBALANCE VOLTAGE

30

TIME-DEPENDENT UNDERVOLTAGE

30

NEUTRAL LINE INVERSE OVERCURRENT

33

EARTH CURRENT INVERSE

33

POWER-DEPENDENT REACTIVE POWER IMPORT

34

POWER-DEPENDENT REACTIVE POWER EXPORT

34

UNDERVOLTAGE AND REACTIVE POWER LOW

35

BTB EXTERNALLY TRIPPED

36

SYNCHRONISATION AND BREAKER ALARMS

36

DIGITAL INPUT

77-89 SETUP

38

DIGITAL INPUT 46-48 SETUP (MULTI-FUNCTIONAL INPUTS)

38

EMERGENCY STOP

39

MULTI-FUNCTIONAL ANALOGUE INPUT SETUP

40

AUX. SUPPLY SETUP

51

INTERTRIP WIRE BREAK AND INTERNAL COMMUNICATION ALARMS

51

FAN FAILURE

52

EXTERNAL COMMUNICATION ERROR

53

POWER MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION ERROR

54

EXTERNAL IO COMMUNICATION ERROR

54

EXTERNAL I/O ALARM SETUP

55

5. PARAMETER LIST

57

PARAMETER TABLE OVERVIEW

57

SYNCHRONISATION

58

RELAY OUTPUT SETUP

58

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TRANSDUCER OUTPUTS

60

SYSTEM

64

GENERAL SETUP

64

COUNTERS AND TIMERS

66

ALARM HORN

67

SUMMER/WINTER TIME

67

FAN LOGIC

67

FAN LOGIC

68

ALARM JUMP

68

EXTERNAL COMMUNICATION

68

POWER MANAGEMENT INTERNAL COMMUNICATION

69

CAN A PROTOCOL

69

CAN B PROTOCOL

69

CAN C PROTOCOL

69

EXTERNAL I/O COMMUNICATION SETUP

70

POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP

71

ADVANCED USER MENUS

73

TOOL MENUS

75

COMMAND TIMERS

77

PASSWORDS

79

MULTI-INPUT SELECTIONS

80

APU 200

Parameter List

1. About this document

This chapter includes general user information about this document concerning the general purpose, the intended users and the overall contents and structure.

General purpose

This document is the complete parameter list for DEIF’s APU 200. The document includes all parameters used in the APU 200 include, and it includes all options.

Intended users

The document is mainly intended for the person responsible for the unit parameter setup or programming. In most cases, this would be a panel builder designer. Naturally, other users might also find useful information here.

Contents/overall structure

The document is divided into chapters, and in order to make the structure of the document simple and easy to use, each chapter will begin from the top of a new page. The following will outline the contents of each of the chapters.

About this document

This first chapter includes general information about this document. It deals with the general purpose and the intended users of the parameter list and Modbus addresses. Furthermore, it outlines the overall contents and structure of the document.

Warnings and legal information

The second chapter includes information about general legal issues and safety precautions relevant in the handling of DEIF products. Furthermore, this chapter will introduce note and warning symbols, which will be used throughout the document.

Alarm list

This chapter includes a complete standard alarm list for setup. Therefore, this chapter is to be used for reference, when information about specific alarms is needed.

Parameter list

This chapter includes a complete standard parameter list for setup. Therefore, this chapter is to be used for reference, when information about specific parameters is needed.

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2. Warnings and legal information

This chapter includes important information about general legal issues relevant in the handling of DEIF products. Furthermore, some overall safety precautions will be introduced and recommended. Finally, the highlighted notes and warnings, which will be used throughout this handbook, are presented.

Legal information and responsibility

DEIF takes no responsibility for installation or operation of the device connected to the APU 200. If there is any doubt about how to install or operate the device controlled by the unit, the company responsible for the installation or the operation of the set must be contacted.

The units are not to be opened by unauthorised personnel. If opened anyway, the warranty will be lost.

Electrostatic discharge awareness

Sufficient care must be taken to protect the terminals against static discharges during the installation. Once the unit is installed and connected, these precautions are no longer necessary.

Safety issues

Installing the unit implies work with dangerous currents and voltages. Therefore, the installation should only be carried out by authorised personnel who understand the risks involved in working with live electrical equipment.

risks involved in working with live electrical equipment. Be aware of the hazardous live currents and

Be aware of the hazardous live currents and voltages. Do not touch any AC measurement inputs as this could lead to injury or death.

Definitions

Throughout this document, a number of notes and warnings will be presented. To ensure that these are noticed, they will be highlighted in order to separate them from the general text.

Notes

The notes provide general information which will be helpful for the reader to bear in mind. bear in mind.

Warnings

will be helpful for the reader to bear in mind. Warnings The warnings indicate a potentially

The warnings indicate a potentially dangerous situation which could result in death, personal injury or damaged equipment, if certain guidelines are not followed.

APU 200

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3. Parameter descriptions

Each parameter description is structured according to the same principles. Under the parameter title heading, the detailed parameter descriptions are illustrated and presented. First, a table indicating the parameter facts related to the individual parameter title is presented:

No.

 

Setting

Min.

 

Factory

Notes

Ref.

Description

 

Max.

setting

1000 HV reverse power 1

 
 

1001 HV –P>

1

Setpoint

-200

0

%

-5,0 %

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the reverse power has been continuously above the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

1002 HV –P>

1

Delay

0.1

100

s

10,0 s

 

Reference

 

1003 HV –P>

1

Relay

Not used

 

Not used

 

Handbook

 

output A

Used

 

1004 HV –P>

1

Relay

Not used

 

Not used

 
 

output B

Used

     

OFF

     

1005 HV –P>

1

Enable

ON

OFF

         

Trip BTB

 

1006 HV –P>

1

Fail class

F1…F3

(F3)

1006 HV –P> 1 Fail class F1…F3 (F3) Due to the character of the parameters, small

Due to the character of the parameters, small differences may exist between the individual tables.

NO:

This column indicates the menu number in the display

Setting:

Those two columns indicate the changeable setting in the display

Min/Max:

This column indicates the minimum/maximum setpoint available for this setting

Factory setting:

The fifth column indicates the default setpoint of the unit from the factory

Notes:

Here the actual setting for the unit can be added

Ref.

Reference of where more detailed information regarding this parameter can be found

Description:

When it is necessary, additional information will be supplied after the table in order to make the individual parameter descriptions as informative as possible.

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4. Alarm list

This chapter includes a complete alarm list, including all possible options. Therefore, this chapter is to be used for reference when specific information about the individual parameters is needed for the unit setup. An overview list can be seen on the next pages.

The table consists of the following possible adjustments:

Setpoint:

The alarm setpoint is adjusted in the setpoint menu. The setting is a percentage of the nominal values.

Delay:

The timer setting is the time that must expire from the alarm level is reached until the alarm occurs.

Relay output A: a relay can be activated by output A.

Relay output B: a relay can be activated by output B.

Enable: The alarm can be activated or deactivated. ON means always activated, RUN means that the alarm has run status. This means it is activated when the running signal is present.

Fail class:

When the alarm occurs, the unit will react depending on the selected fail class.

Fail classes are:

depending on the selected fail class. Fail classes are: Fail class APU 200 F1 Block F2

Fail class

APU 200

F1

Block

F2

Warning

F3

Trip BTB

Due to the character of the parameters, the individual tables may vary slightly.

It is also possible to configure the parameters by using the PC utility software. It will be possible to make the same configurations as described above.

By using the PC utility software, extra functionality is available. For all the protections, it is possible to make an automatic acknowledgement of the alarm.

For all the protections, it is possible to make an automatic acknowledgement of the alarm. DEIF

APU 200

Parameter List

Alarm table overview

Protection

 

Protection- continuing

1000

HV

-P>

1

1770

HV P depended Q Export 1-3

1010

HV

-P>

2

1780

HV P depended Q Export 4-6

1030

HV

I>

1

1790

HV P depended Q Export, alarm

1040

HV

I>

2

1960

U and Q < 1

1050

HV

Ie>>

1970

U and Q < 2

1060

HV

In>>

1980

BTB external trip

1080

HV

I> inverse Setup

 

1100

HV

Iv > 1-6 setup

Input/output

1110

HV

Iv > Alarm

 

-

Binary input setup

1130

HV

I>>

1

3000

Dig. input 77

1140

HV

I>>

2

3010

Dig. input 78

1150

HV

U>

1

3020

Dig. input 79

1160

HV

U>

2

3030

Dig. input 80

1170

HV

U<

1

3040

Dig. input 81

1180

HV

U<

2

3050

Dig. input 82

1190

HV

U<

3

3060

Dig. input 83

1200

HV voltage trip

 

3070

Dig. input 84

1210

HV

f>

1

3080

Dig. input 85

1220

HV

f>

2

3090

Dig. input 86

1230

HV

f>

3

3100

Dig. input 87

1240

HV

f<

1

3110

Dig. input 88

1250

HV

f<

2

3120

Dig. input 89

1260

HV

f<

3

3410

Dig. input 47

1270

LV

U>

1

3420

Dig. input 48

1280

LV

U>

2

3430

Dig. input 49

1290

LV

U>

3

3490

Emergency stop

1300

LV

U<

1

 

1310

LV

U<

2

Control

1320

LV

U<

3

-

Synchronisation

1330

LV

U<

4

2120

Sync window

1340

LV voltage trip

 

2130

BTB sync failure

1350

LV

f>

1

2150

Phase seq error

1360

LV

f>

2

2160

BTB open fail

1370

LV

f>

3

2170

BTB close fail

1380

LV

f<

1

2420

BTB pos. fail

1390

LV

f<

2

 

1400

LV

f<

3

Multi-functional input setup

1410

LV

f<

4

4160

Pt100 46.1

1450

HV

P>

1

4170

Pt100 46.2

1460

HV

P>

2

4240

W. fail 46

1470

HV

P>

3

4290

Pt100 47.1

1480

HV

P>

4

4300

Pt100 47.2

1490

HV

P>

5

4370

W. fail 47

1500

HV unbalance curr.

4420

Pt100 48.1

1510

HV unbalance volt.

4430

Pt100 48.2

1520

HV –Q>

 

4500

W. fail 48

1530

HV

Q>

4960

U< aux. term. 1

1620

LV unbalance U

 

4970

U> aux. term. 1

1630

Ut< SP 1-3

 

1

 

1640

Ut< SP 4-6

 

1

System

1650

Ut< Activate

 

1

-

General setup

1660

Ut<

1

6270

Intertrip wire break

1670

Ut< SP 1-3

 

2

6590

Fan A failure

1680

Ut< SP 4-6

 

2

6600

Fan B failure

1690

Ut< Activate

 

2

6610

Fan C failure

1700

Ut<

2

6620

Fan D failure

1720

HV In> Inverse

   

1730

HV Ie>> inverse

 

System

1740

HV P depended Q import 1-3

-

Communication

1750

HV P depended Q import 4-6

7530

Int. comm. ID

1760

HV P depended Q import, alarm

7870

Any BTB missing

APU 200

Parameter List

Reverse power and overcurrent protection

No.

Setting

   

Min.

 

Factory

Notes

Ref.

Description

 

Max.

setting

1000

HV reverse power 1

 
 

1001 HV –P>

1

Setpoint

-200

0

%

-5,0 %

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the reverse power has been continuously above the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

1002 HV –P>

1

Delay

0.1

100

s

 

10,0 s

 

Reference

 

1003 HV –P>

1

Relay

Not used

 

Not used

 

Handbook

 

output A

Used

 
 

1004 HV –P>

1

Relay

Not used

 

Not used

 
 

output B

Used

 
     

OFF

     

1005 HV –P>

1

Enable

ON

OFF

         

Trip BTB

 

1006 HV –P>

1

Fail class

F1…F3

(F3)

1010

HV reverse power 2

 
 

1011 HV –P>

2

Setpoint

-200

0

%

-5,0 %

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the reverse power has been continuously above the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

1012 HV –P>

2

Delay

0.1

100

s

 

10 s

 

Reference

 

1013 HV –P>

2

Relay

Not used

 

Not used

 

Handbook

 

output A

Used

 
 

1014 HV –P>

2

Relay

Not used

 

Not used

 
 

output B

Used

 
     

OFF

     

1015 HV –P>

2

Enable

ON

OFF

         

Trip BTB

 

1016 HV –P>

2

Fail class

F1…F3

(F3)

1030

HV overcurrent 1

 
 

1031 HV I>

1

Setpoint

50

200

%

100,0 %

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the current has been continuously above the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

1032 HV I>

1

Delay

0,1

3200

s

0.5 s

 

Reference

 

1033 HV I>

1

Relay

Not used

 

23

 

Handbook

 

output A

Used

 
 

1034 HV I>

1

Relay

Not used

 

Not used

 
 

output B

Used

 
     

OFF

     

1035 HV I>

1

Enable

ON

ON

         

Trip BTB

 

1036 HV I>

1

Fail class

F1…F3

(F3)

1040

HV overcurrent 2

 
 

1041 HV I>

2

Setpoint

50

200

%

120.0 %

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the current has been continuously above the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

1042 HV I>

2

Delay

0.1

3200

s

5 s

 

Reference

 

1043 HV I>

2

Relay

Not used

 

Not used

 

Handbook

 

output A

Used

 
 

1044 HV I>

2

Relay

Not used

 

Not used

 
 

output B

Used

 
     

OFF

     

1045 HV I>

2

Enable

ON

OFF

         

Trip BTB

 

1046 HV I>

2

Fail class

F1…F3

(F3)

APU 200

Parameter List

No.

Setting

   

Min.

Factory

Notes

Ref.

 

Description

 

Max.

setting

   

1050

HV Fast overcurrent, Earth

 
 

1051 HV Ie>>

Setpoint

0

500

%

115,0 %

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the current has been continuously above the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

1052 HV Ie>>

Delay

0

320

s

10,0 s

 

Reference

 

1053 HV Ie>>

Relay

Not used

Not used

 

Handbook

output A

Used

 
 

1054 HV Ie>>

Relay

Not used

Not used

 

output B

Used

 
     

OFF

       

1055 HV Ie>>

Enable

ON

OFF

         

Trip BTB

 

1056 HV Ie>>

Fail class

F1…F3

(F3)

1060

HV Fast overcurrent, Neutral

 
 

1061 HV In>>

Setpoint

0

500

%

120,0 %

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the current has been continuously above the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

1062 HV In>>

Delay

0

320

s

5,0 s

 

Reference

 

1063 HV In>>

Relay

Not used

Not used

 

Handbook

output A

Used

 
 

1064 HV In>>

Relay

Not used

Not used

 

output B

Used

 
     

OFF

       

1065 HV In>>

Enable

ON

OFF

         

Trip BTB

 

1066 HV In>>

Fail class

F1…F3

(F3)

1080

HV inverse time overcurrent curve setting

 
 

1081 HV I> inv. type

Type

IEC Inverse

IEC

 

Option C2

Available curve types:

Custom

 

Inverse

- IEC Inverse

     

50.0%

     

- IEC Very inverse

1082 HV I> inv. limit

Setpoint

200.0%

 

110.0%

- IEC Extremely inv.

           

- IEEE Moderately inv.

1083 HV I> inv. TMS

Setpoint

0.1

100.0

 

1.0

- IEEE Very inverse

- IEEE Extremely inv.

           
     

0.001

s

   

- Custom

1084 HV I> inv. k

Setpoint

32.000

s

0.140

s

     

0.000

s

   

1085 HV I> inv. c

Setpoint

32.000

s

0.000

s

     

0.001

     

1086 HV I> inv. a

Setpoint

32.000

 

0.020

     

Not used

   

G

1087 I> inv.

Relay

output A

Option

dependent

Not used

 

G

1088 I> inv.

Enable

OFF

ON

 

OFF

 
 

G

1089 I> inv.

Fail class

F1…F5

 

Trip GB

(F3)

 

APU 200

Parameter List

No.

 

Setting

 

Min.

Factory

Notes

Ref.

 

Description

 

Max.

setting

   

1100

Voltage dependent overcurrent curve setting

 
   

Setpoint

I1

   

@50%

Designer’s

Settings relate to nominal current. The condition has to be true i.e.

I1<I2<I3<I4<I5<I6.

If this is not fulfilled, the worst-case setpoint I1 will be used.

1101 HV Iv > (50%)

50

200

%

110,0 %

nom.

voltage

Reference

Handbook

 

1102 HV Iv > (60%)

Setpoint

I2

50

200

%

125,0 %

@60%

nom.

voltage

         

@70%

1103 HV Iv > (70%)

Setpoint

I3

50

200

%

140,0 %

nom.

voltage

 
   

Setpoint

I4

   

@80%

1104 HV Iv > (80%)

50

200

%

155 ,0%

nom.

voltage

         

@90%

1105 HV Iv > (90%)

Setpoint

I5

50

200

%

170,0 %

nom.

voltage

   

Setpoint

I6

   

@100

1106 HV Iv > (100%)

50

200

%

200,0 %

% nom.

voltage

1110

Voltage dependent overcurrent alarm

 
 

1111 HV Iv >

Timer

0.1

10

s

0,5,0 s

   

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the overcurrent has been continuously above the programmed value during the programmed delay. Values are set in parameters 1101-1106.

 

1112 HV Iv >

Relay

Not used

 

Not used

 

Reference

Handbook

output A

Used

 

1113 HV Iv >

Relay

Not used

 

Not used

   

output B

Used

     

OFF

     

1114 HV Iv >

Activate

ON

OFF

 
         

Trip BTB

   

1115 HV Iv >

Fail class

F1…F3

(F3)

1130

HV fast overcurrent 1

 
 

1131 HV I>>

1

Setpoint

150

500

%

150.0

%

 

Designer’s

The alarm settings relate to the nominal current setting. The alarm and fail class are activated when the current has been continuously above the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

1132 HV I>>

1

Delay

0

100

s

2.0

s

 

Reference

 

1133 HV I>>

1

Relay

Not used

 

23

 

Handbook

 

output A

Used

 

1134 HV I>>

1

Relay B

Not used

 

Not used

 
     

OFF

     

1135 HV I>>

1

Enable

ON

ON

         

Trip BTB

 

1136 HV I>>

1

Fail class

F1…F3

(F3)

 

1140

HV fast overcurrent 2

 
 

1141 HV I>>

2

Setpoint

50

500

%

200.0

%

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the current has been continuously above the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

1142 HV I>>

2

Delay

0

100

s

0.5

s

 

Reference

 

1143 HV I>>

2

Relay A

Not used

 

Not used

 

Handbook

 

1144 HV I>>

2

Relay B

Not used

 

Not used

 
     

OFF

     

1145 HV I>>

2

Enable

ON

OFF

 
         

Trip BTB

   

1146 HV I>>

2

Fail class

F1…F3

(F3)

APU 200

Parameter List

Voltage protections

No.

 

Setting

Min.

Factory

Notes

Ref.

Description

 

Max.

setting

1150

HV overvoltage 1

 
 

1151 HV U>

1

Setpoint

100

103,0 %

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the voltage has been continuously above the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

120

%

Reference

 

1152 HV U>

1

Timer

0.1

10,0 s

 

Handbook

 

100

s

 

1153 HV U>

1

Relay

Not used

Not used

 
 

output A

Used

 

1154 HV U>

1

Relay

Not used

Not used

   
 

output B

Used

     

OFF

   

1155 HV U>

1

Enable

ON

OFF

 

1156 HV U>

1

Fail

F1…F3

Warning

 
 

class

(F2)

1160

HV overvoltage 2

 
 

1161 HV U>

2

Setpoint

100

105,0 %

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the voltage has been continuously above the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

120

%

Reference

     

0.1

   

Handbook

1162 HV U>

2

Timer

100s

5,0 s

 

1163 HV U>

2

Relay

Not used

Not used

 
 

output A

Used

 

1164 HV U>

2

Relay

Not used

Not used

   
 

output B

Used

     

OFF

   

1165 HV U>

2

Enable

ON

OFF

 

1166 HV U>

2

Fail

F1…F3

Warning

 
 

class

(F2)

1170

HV undervoltage 1

 
 

1171 HV U<

1

Setpoint

40

97,0 %

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the voltage has been continuously under the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

100%

Reference

 

1172 HV U<

1

Timer

0.1

10,0 s

 

Handbook

 

100

s

 

1173 HV U<

1

Relay

Not used

Not used

 
 

output A

Used

 

1174 HV U<

1

Relay

Not used

Not used

   
 

output B

Used

     

OFF

   

1175 HV U<

1

Enable

ON

OFF

 

1176 HV U<

1

Fail

F1…F3

Warning

 
 

class

(F2)

APU 200

Parameter List

No.

 

Setting

 

Min.

Factory

Notes

Ref.

Description

 

Max.

setting

 

1180

HV undervoltage 2

 
 

1181 HV U<

2

Setpoint

40

95,0 %

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the voltage has been continuously under the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

100

%

Reference

     

0.1

   

Handbook

1182 HV U<

2

Timer

100

s

5,0 s

 

1183 HV U<

2

Relay

Not used

Not used

 
 

output A

Used

 

1184 HV U<

2

Relay

Not used

Not used

   
 

output B

Used

     

OFF

   

1185 HV U<

2

Enable

ON

OFF

 

1186 HV U<

2

Fail

F1…F3

Warning

 
 

class

(F2)

1190

HV undervoltage 3

 
 

1191 HV U<

3

Setpoint

40

95,0 %

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the voltage has been continuously under the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

100

%

Reference

     

0.1

   

Handbook

1192 HV U<

3

Timer

100

s

5,0 s

 

1193 HV U<

3

Relay

Not used

Not used

 
 

output A

Used

 

1194 HV U<

3

Relay

Not used

Not used

   
 

output B

Used

     

OFF

   

1195 HV U<

3

Enable

ON

OFF

 

1196 HV U<

3

Fail

F1…F3

Warning

 
 

class

(F2)

1200

HV voltage trip

 
           

Designer’s

Selection between phase-phase or phase- neutral voltage detection. When phase-phase tripping is selected, the voltage alarms relate to the nominal voltage. When phase-neutral tripping is selected, the voltage alarms relate to the nominal voltage divided by 3.

Reference

Handbook

Ph-Ph

1201

HV voltage trip

Setpoint

Ph-N

Ph-Ph

APU 200

Parameter List

APU 200 Parameter List Frequency protections Frequency settings relate to the nominal frequency setting. No.  

Frequency protections

Frequency settings relate to the nominal frequency setting.

No.

 

Setting

Min.

Factory

Notes

Ref.

Description

 

Max.

setting

1210

HV overfrequency 1

 
 

1211 HV f>

1

Setpoint

100

103,0%

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the frequency has been continuously above the programmed value during the programmed delay. Frequency settings relate to nominal frequency setting.

 

120

%

Reference

 

1212 HV f>

1

Timer

0.2

10,0 s

 

Handbook

 

100

s

     

Not-

   

1213 HV f>

1

Relay

output A

used

Used

Not used

     

Not

   

1214 HV f>

1

Relay

output B

used

Used

Not used

     

OFF

     

1215 HV f>

1

Enable

ON

OFF

 

1216 HV f>

     

Warning

 

1

Fail class

F1…F3

(F2)

1220

HV overfrequency 2

 
 

1221 HV f>

2

Setpoint

100

105,0 %

 

Designer’s

The alarm and fail class are activated when the frequency has been continuously above the programmed value during the programmed delay.

 

120

%

Reference

 

1222 HV f>

2

Timer

0.2

5,0 s

 

Handbook

 

100

s

     

Not-

   

1223 HV f>

2

Relay

output A

used

Used

Not used

     

Not-