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MV electrical network management

MV substation control unit

Merlin Gerin Easergy range


Easergy T200 I

User’s manual
Easergy T200 I Contents

Overview 2
General description 2
Electrical specifications 4
Mechanical specifications 5
Installation 6
Switchgear connection 6
Internal fault detector installation 9
Other connections 10
Remote transmission equipment installation 11
Enclosure power supply 12
Commissioning 13
Configuration 13
Control module software configuration 14
Communication module software configuration 15
Tests 16
Operation 17
Control and indication 17
Automations 19
Maintenance 21
Information display 21
Diagnostics 22
Power supplies 25
Card replacement 26
Appendix A: configuration parameters 27
Appendix B: list of dated logging events 28

1
Overview General description

Functions
Easergy T200 I is designed to be installed in MV network substations. It contains all
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The equipment is housed the functions required to monitor and control the motorized cubicles:
in a wall-mounted stainless
steel enclosure b The switchgear controlling the opening/closing action of the MV switches
is triggered by REMOTE CONTROL from the remote control station, by a LOCAL
operator command (pushbutton), or by internal AUTOMATIONS.
b Phase-to-phase and phase-to-earth fault current detection.
b Remote measurement of the rms current on each MV line.
b Monitoring, for the purposes of remote indication and/or local display
of MV substation and Easergy T200 I information.
4-ways enclosure b Event datalogging: real-time time-stamped chronological logging of internal
events. These events are displayed via a locally connected PC and used for
maintenance purposes.
b SEC automation option (Sectionalizer): automatic control of the MV switch
following a failed reclosing at the feeder substation.
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b ACO automation option (Source changeover switch).


b Backup power supply, with a battery life of several hours in the event
of an AC supply outage.
b Communication with the remote control center via a Modbus, IEC 870-5,
DNP3, HNZ, WISP+ or other protocol.

Description
The equipment is housed in a basic stainless steel enclosure containing all the
functional components required to control and monitor up to four switches;
an optional enclosure that can be used to extend the capacity to sixteen switches
is also available.
The basic enclosure comprises:
b a 6-unit rack containing all the electronic modules,
16-ways enclosure
b an area in which the transmission interface can be installed,
b one or more batteries and a power supply transformer,
b a switchgear interface card.
Cable glands for cable entry.
The enclosure can be padlocked.
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CONTROL COMMS POWER

Rack
Rack The rack contains three functional modules:
b The Control module (marked CONTROL)
The Control module comprises a control panel (front panel) and a Central Processing
Unit (CPU) card.
It manages the functions of 1 to 4 switches and controls local operation,
with the exception of communications.
b The Communication module (marked COMMS)
It controls all the communications with the remote control centre via the modem.
Interface card
b The Power supply module (marked POWER)
It supplies power to the enclosure, the battery charger and the associated
self-monitoring equipment.
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Interface card
CONTROL CONTROL CONTROL
An Interface card is associated with each Control module and mounted vertically
below it. It sends orders to the switches and receives external information.

Extension enclosure
Required to control more than four switches.
b The extension enclosure rack supports three Control modules, each controlling
four switches.
Each module contains a control panel (front panel) and a Central Processing Unit
(CPU) card.
b Only one Control module has a “Local/Remote” control.

2
Overview General description

Easergy T200 I block diagram

Extension Basic enclosure


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Modbus RS485 serial link external cable (PowerMeter option)

Rack Rack 9-pin modem


Modbus RS485 internal serial link connector

CONTROL CONTROL CONTROL CONTROL COMMS POWER Radio ext


Control panel CPU card Control panel CPU card Control panel CPU card Control panel CPU card 12 V
4A
time-lag
Transmission
equipment
PSTN
0.8 A or LL
semi-
time-lag or FO
or Radio line
48 V
Modem
Meas. Meas. Meas. Meas.
card card card card or RS232 12 V
or RS485
36 V

Interface card Interface card Interface card Interface card


Ribbon cable 5 A
time-lag
TS input Transfo. 220 V 12 V
battery
Current, Digital and Voltage
Sensor Acquisition cards
Connection

Way 1 36 V battery

Way 2
2A
Way 3

Way 4

Cubicle
connections

1 2 3 4 230 Vac

Note:
b The various components are connected via a “rack backplane card” not shown
in this diagram.
b The connections are made inside the enclosure and also on its underside
(with the enclosure closed).

Sepam series 20-40 PowerMeter

3
Overview Electrical specifications

Power supply
AC supply Characteristics 230 Vac (±10%), 50 Hz, 80 VA
Protected by a 2 A gF type HPC fuse
Power supply Charger type 1 12 V 2.7 A
36 V 0.7 A
Charger type 2 12 V 7A
Rack power supply 12 Vdc (10.8 V to 14.8 V). Protected by a 0.8 A fuse
Telecommunication 12 Vdc (10.8 V to 14.8 V) 1 A max.
Protection if consumption > 1.3 A for more than 3 min
48 V motorization 48 Vdc (44.8 V to 59 V) max. 6 A for 12 s and 15 A, 500 ms
Protected by a 5 A fuse
Battery Type Sealed lead
Charging time 10 h to 20 h
Capacity Charger type 1 (48 V motorization) 12 Vdc - 14 Ah and 48 Vdc - 7 Ah
Charger type 1 (24 V motorization) 12 Vdc - 14 Ah and 24 Vdc - 7 Ah
Charger type 2 12 Vdc - 24 Ah
Battery life –15°C to +55°C Max. 16 h + 10 cycles O/C
Monitoring Total discharge, periodic tests
Characteristics
Capacity Remote control orders (TCD) 1 to 4 ways (8 to 16 ways option)
Inputs/Outputs Opening/closing orders controlled by +V (or 0V) polarity
for a duration of 3 s, with fuse-protected outputs
Dual remote indications (TSD) As for TCD. Open/closed and “Locked” (earthing switch)
position indication
Indication inputs 6 digital inputs via the Control module,
controlled by 0V polarity
Datalogging Events datalogging Storage capacity of 100 events
Dielectric AC supply input Insulation (50 Hz/1 min): 10 kV
Impulse wave (1.2/50 µs): 20 kV
Current transformer input Insulation (50 Hz/1 min): 2 kV
Impulse wave (1.2/50 µs): 5 kV
Climatic Operating temperature –15°C to +55°C
Storage temperature –25°C to +70°C
Protection IP3x
Options
Internal fault detector Capacity 4 per T200 Control module
Type Constant time current sensor
Phase-to-phase fault threshold 100 to 750 A
Earth fault threshold Adjustable from 20 to 160 A or 5 to 20 A
Fault duration 50 to 500 ms
Reset By voltage return
By configurable time delay
Manual on T200 or via an external loop
Phase current measurement Yes
External fault detector Capacity 4 per T200 Control module
SEC function Opens after a failed reclosing Opens in the first or second reclosing voltage dip
ACO function Source changeover switch Configurable delay and return times
Cubicle connection Type of connection Polarized connectors
Communication protocols
IEC 870-5-101 Radio, PSTN, LL, RS232, RS485, GSM
DNP3.0 Radio, PSTN, LL, RS232, RS485, GSM
Modbus 2 Radio, PSTN, LL, RS232, RS485, GSM
WISP+ PSTN, PAKNET, direct lines, radio
HNZ Non permanent serial link T200 HNZT: PSTN
T200-HNZR: radio
Other protocols Contact us
Standards
The Easergy T200 I product range complies with international standards and recommendations (IEC)

4
Overview Mechanical specifications

Identification Dimensions
335 310
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250

Sliding
window

550 545

650

1 and 2
ways
3 and 4
ways

335 620
250 60 250

Sliding
window

550
650
760

8 ways

12 and 16
ways

Weight
1 and 2-ways enclosure: 37 kg
3 and 4-ways enclosure: 40 kg
8-ways enclosure: 60 kg
12-ways enclosure: 65 kg
16-ways enclosure: 70 kg

Enclosure opening
The doors open to the right. Turn the lock button on the left-hand side of the door
a quarter of a turn and open the door.
A padlock with an 8 mm handle can be passed through the hole in the button to lock
the enclosure securely. Information on the control panel can be viewed through the
window in the enclosure door.
It is possible to slide this window when the lock button is in the horizontal position
and access the various control panel options.

Enclosure mounting
Wall mounting using four screws with a maximum diameter of 10 mm
(8 mm recommended): two screws at the top of the enclosure and 2 at the bottom.
The centrelines are not adjustable. A drilling template supplied with the enclosure
is used to determine where to drill the holes required to mount the enclosure.
Six screws are required to mount the extension cubicle, four at the top and two
at the bottom.
Ensure that the vents (on the right and left-hand sides and at the back)
are not obstructed and that the air can circulate freely.

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Installation Switchgear connection

Connecting the cabinet (HA10 version)


The cubicle connection cable is fitted with a connector that plugs into the base
corresponding to the way used (secured in position via a lever mechanism).
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Before this operation is performed, the polarising pins must be positioned as shown
in the diagram below, according to the chosen way number.
The polarising pins are supplied in a plastic bag attached to the inside of the basic
enclosure.

b Position of the polarising pins for a 1 to 4-ways enclosure


(front view of HA10 connectors)

Each switchgear connection cable is fitted with two label


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holders (one at each end) on which the number 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 6
of the way to which it is assigned can be noted.

5 10 5 10 5 10 5 10

Way 1 Way 2 Way 3 Way 4

b Position of the polarising pins for a 16-ways enclosure


(front view of HA10 connectors)
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1 6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 6

5 10 5 10 5 10 5 10 5 10 5 10 5 10 5 10

Way 1 Way 3 Way 5 Way 7 Way 9 Way 11 Way 13 Way 15

1 6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 6

5 10 5 10 5 10 5 10 5 10 5 10 5 10 5 10

Way 2 Way 4 Way 6 Way 8 Way 10 Way 12 Way 14 Way 16

b Bottom view of the “Easergy T200 I 4-ways” enclosure


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1 – Blanking plate: SW1 current


2 – Blanking plate: SW2 current
3 – Blanking plate: SW3 current
4 – Blanking plate: SW4 current
C1 C2 C3 C4 5 – Cable gland: external
connection terminal block
1 6 – Cable gland: external
connection terminal block
2 7 – Earth terminal stud
8 – Cable gland: AC supply
3 9 – Cable gland: transmission
7 equipment link
4 C1 to C4: HA10 SW1 to SW4
8 cubicle connection base.

5
9
6

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Installation Switchgear connection

Interface cards
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b 1 or 2-ways Interface card

Socket used
FUS 1 (5 A time-lag): to connect
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cubicle power supply the ribbon cable


to the rack
Cubicle connection backplane

Toroid connection Current acquisition


card (way 1)
Switch control
polarity by 0V

by +V (factory setting)

J9 terminal block

+ –
Reset

J10 terminal block


1 2 3 4 5 6

b 4-ways Interface card (on 4 to 16-ways enclosure)


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FUS 1 (5 A time-lag): Socket used


cubicle power supply to connect
the ribbon cable
J1 terminal block to the rack
backplane
+ –
Reset

J2 terminal block
1 2 3 4 5 6 Current or Voltage
Acquisition card
(way 1)

Switch control
polarity by 0V

by +V (factory setting)
Current or Digital
Toroid connection Acquisition card
(fault detector)
Cubicle connection

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Installation Switchgear connection

Connecting to the MV cubicle


The cable markings are as follows:
SW1 Connector pin Marking Function
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11 – 48 V C1
M 1 –
9 CF 2 CF 1 – 0V
10 CO 2 CF Closing control
3 CO
8 O 4 O 3 CO Opening control
6 F 5 F
12 + 48 V 4 O Open position
6 +
16 CN 7 5 F Closed position
ST +V 0V
15 8 HTA 6 + +V
5 9
7 7 ST Earthing switch
10 J3
8 HTA MV present
Example: I and Q type RM6 cubicle connections. 9 to 10 Not used
Remember to wire the strap between terminals 7, 5, 15 and 11
on the switchgear terminal block.
Control polarity
The switches can be controlled by 0V or +V polarity (24 or 48 V according to
SW1 the model).The control polarity is selected according to the position of the J3 connector
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11 – 48 V C1
M 1 – on the Interface card.
10 CF 2 CF
9
8
CO
O
3 CO d Configure the control polarity on the Interface card before connecting
4 O the cable to the switch
7 F 5 F
5 + 48 V 6 + SW1 SW1
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7 ST +V 0V C1 C1
1 – 1 –
8 HTA 2 CF 2 CF
9 3 CO 3 CO
10 J3 4 O 4 O
5 F 5 F
Example: SM6 cubicle connections. 6 + 6 +
7 ST +V 0V 7 ST +V 0V
8 HTA 8 HTA
9 9
10 J3 10 J3

Connection control by +V polarity Connection controlled by 0V polarity

ACO automation (source changeover)


The “source changeover” operation requires the source transfer RM6 terminal block T200-CP5 connector
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locking mechanism to be wired after the cubicle (MITOP), has 11 – 48 V C1 SW1


been tripped, as well as the addition of a voltage indicator. M 1 –
9 CF 2 CF
10 CO 3 CO
Source transfer 8 O
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1 4 O
locking 2 6 F 5 F
Fault reset output 3 12 + 48 V 6 +
ways 1 to 4 4 16 CN 7 ST
External indicator lamp +5 15 8 HTA
ways 1 to 4 –6 5 9
7 10
Lock connection (“J1” terminal block on the 4-ways interface VD3H
or “J9” on the 2-ways interface) L1 +

L2 out
L3 Voltage relays
Voltage indicator lamps (VPIS)

Voltage detector to RM6 connection

8
Installation Internal fault detector installation

The “fault detection” kit is supplied separately.


It consists of a “Current Acquisition” card and a set of 3 toroids.
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66903

66903
DELTOUR
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Installing a Current Acquisition card


66903
DELTOUR

Each Current Acquisition card controls one way and is mounted


on the Interface card. The location of these cards is marked “Ways 1 to 16”
on the label attached to the front of the Interface card.
T200-AC or ACH: fault current internal detection
Installing the cards:
acquisition card
b Switch off the power supply to the enclosure,
b Disconnect the Interface card and remove it from the enclosure,
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b Slide the end of the Current Acquisition card into the slot corresponding
TO
T
AU

P
H

to the appropriate way,


b Connect the Current Acquisition card to the SUB-D 15-pin connector,
DELTOUR b Mount the Current Acquisition card on the Interface card using the two captive
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screws provided.
TO
T
AU

P
H

DELTOUR
66903
TO

DELTOUR
T
AU

P
H

66903

T200-AC or ACH with three split toroids

Installing and connecting the current transformers


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b The toroids are of the split type with an automatic securing system for 30 to 45 mm
diameter cables.
b The toroids must be mounted on the cables in the correct direction, with TOP
at the top and the wire outlet at the bottom (see illustration).
d IMPORTANT:
b Each MV cable shield must pass through the appropriate toroid before
being earthed (see illustration).
b A green/yellow wire must be connected to the same earth as the toroids.
b The homopolar toroid must always be connected to the “L3” wire
of the toroid sensor connecting cable.

Connecting the cabinet


To install the connecting cable:
b Use a 4 x 1.5 mm2 cable (U1000RO2V),
b Remove the metal plate containing the cable glands and blanking plates
Installation of three split toroids which is fixed to the base of the enclosure with one screw,
b Remove the blanking plate corresponding to the opening through which the toroid
cable is to pass,
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b Fit the cable gland after unscrewing the corresponding nut,


b Tighten the screw and replace the metal plate.
Plug the 4-pin connector into the Current Acquisition card for the appropriate way
at the bottom left-hand side of the enclosure (see the Interface card illustration page 7).

T 200-AC T 200-AC
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L1 1 I1 L1 1 I1
1 1
L2 2 I2 L2 2 I2
2 SW1 2 SW1
L3 3 I3 L3 3 I3
3 3
4 Common 4 Common
4 4

Connection with one toroid per phase Connection with two phase toroids and
one homopolar toroid, or one homopolar toroid

d Note: the homopolar toroid must always be connected to the “L3” wire
of the toroid sensor connecting cable.
Installation of a homopolar toroid

9
Installation Other connections

Connecting an external fault detector


If an external fault current detector is to be used, “Digital Acquisition” cards must
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be installed on the Interface card.


A Digital Acquisition card manages one way. This card can receive one phase fault
contact and two earth fault contacts.

T200-AD: fault current detection digital acquisition card


Four Acquisition cards can be installed on an Interface card, one for each way
(external detector) to be monitored.
The fault reset output must be wired if an external fault detector is used.

Connecting the voltage measurement cards


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The “Voltage Measurement”cards must be installed on the Interface card before


the voltage can be measured. The three voltages are measured and a computed
voltage U13 is sent to the remote control centre. The acquisition is performed using
T200-AT: voltage measurement acquisition card a 110 Vac supply.
b Use a 1.5 mm2 connecting cable (not supplied).
b Insert the cable into the appropriate cable gland in the base of the enclosure.
b Connect the cable to the two screw terminals provided on the “J1” terminal block
(4-ways interface) or on the “J9” terminal block (2-ways interface)
on the Interface card.

.
Fault reset input 1 Fault reset input
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ways 1 to 4 2 To erase the faults, an external fault reset system must be connected.
Fault reset output 3 b Use a 1.5 mm2 connecting cable (not supplied).
ways 1 to 4 4 b Insert the cable into the appropriate cable gland in the base of the enclosure.
External indicator lamp +5 b Connect the cable to the two screw terminals provided on the “J1” terminal block
ways 1 to 4 –6 (4-ways interface) or on the “J9” terminal block (2-ways interface)
“J1” or “J9” terminal block on the Interface card.
Note: this input is also used to lock the source transfer in the case of ACO automation
(see page 8).

T200-AD
Fault reset output
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External 1 Ja SW1 This output is used to erase external fault current detectors.
fault 2 Phase
detector
Information is supplied in the form of a dry loop.
3 b Insert the cable into the appropriate cable gland in the base of the enclosure.
4 Earth A J1 b Connect the cable to the two screw terminals provided on the “J1” terminal block
5
6 Earth B (4-ways interface) or on the “J9” terminal block (2-ways interface)
Reset on the Interface card.

Use of an external fault detector with a fault reset output


.
External indicator lamp
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The external indicator lamp (optional) is used to indicate a fault current. An indicator
lamp can be connected to each group of four ways, or a single indicator lamp can be
connected to the entire enclosure. In this case, the “external indicator lamp” outputs
from each Interface card must be connected in parallel with the correct polarities.
b Use a 1.5 mm2 connecting cable (not supplied).
b Insert the cable into the appropriate cable gland in the base of the enclosure.
b Connect the cable to the two screw terminals provided on the “J1” terminal block
(4-ways interface) or on the “J9” terminal block (2-ways interface)
on the Interface card.

1
D.I. 1 Digital inputs 1 to 6
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2
3 b Six inputs are available for the acquisition of on/off information.
D.I. 2
4 b Information is received in the form of a dry loop.
5 b Insert the cable into the appropriate cable gland in the base of the enclosure.
D.I. 3
6 b Connect the cable to the screw terminals provided on the “J2” terminal block
7
D.I. 4 (4-ways interface) or on the “J10” terminal block (2-ways interface)
8
on the Interface card.
9
D.I. 5
10
11
D.I. 6
12
Digital input connection (“J2” or “J10” terminal block)

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Installation Remote transmission equipment
installation

85
Location
240
A transmission interface slot (leased line or RS485/232, modem, optical fibre cable,
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radio, and so on) is provided at the top right-hand side of Easergy T200 I.
A slide-mounted support offers various adjustment possibilities.
Available space (see illustration opposite)
b Height: 320 mm,
b Width: 85 mm,
320
b Depth: 240 mm.

Connecting the remote transmission equipment


to Easergy T200 I
The 12 Vdc supply for the remote transmission equipment is provided
via the connector located on the right-hand side of the rack.
The serial link is provided on the SUB-D 9-pin connector also located
on the right-hand side of the rack.

RC RC: loop resistor for use at each end


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+5V

12V
GND – of the network.
2F 4F
+ RP: bias resistor for use at one point in
A
RS485

B the network, preferably on the remote


GND
control station.

RS232
A
B
GND 2F: 2-wire communication (standard).
output 12 Vdc RC 4F: 4-wire communication.
4F

2F

+5V
(1 A max.) GND

RS485/RS232 interface
+
+

d If a leased line (LL) or an RS485/232 interface


is used, the transmission cable shields must
be connected.
The shields must be earthed at one point in the line
(preferably on the PC side of the remote control
station). LL unit PSTN unit

Connecting to a radio transceiver Connecting an external RS232 modem


(PSTN, radio modem, GSM)
T200 Radio T200 Modem T200 Modem
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1 1 Spare TD 2 2 TD TD 2 2 TD - Transmit data


LF send 2 2 LF send (output) RD 3 3 RD RD 3 3 RD - Receive data
0V 3 3 Ground GND 5 5 GND GND 5 5 GND - Ground
0V 4 4 Spare RTS 7 7 RTS RTS 7 7 RTS - Request to send
LF Rec 5 5 LF receive (input) CTS 8 8 CTS CTS 8 8 CTS - Clear to send
Send Cd 6 6 Send command (output) DTR 4 4 DTR DTR 4 4 DTR - Data terminal ready
Sq 7 7 Squelch (input) DSR 6 6 DSR DSR 6 6 DSR - Data set ready
0V 8 8 Spare CD 1 1 CD CD 1 1 CD - Carrier detect
0V 9 9 Spare
No CTS, DCT, DSR management CTS, DCT, DSR management

11
Installation Enclosure power supply

Installing the batteries in the enclosures The enclosure can be supplied with two types of Power supply cards.
b Charger type 1: 230 Vac or 173 Vac supply (connect the phase conductor to the
correct voltage).
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b Charger type 2: 110 to 230 Vac supply.


Charger type 1
b Enclosure > 2 ways
v The “36 V” battery
is installed in the opening Connecting an AC supply
at the bottom (on its side
with the lugs to the right). d To prevent any risk of electric shock or burns, check that the mains supply
v The “12 V” battery is disconnected before carrying out any work on the enclosure.
is installed at the front of b Switch off the supply circuit by moving the central lever on the safety fuse located
the enclosure (lugs to
the rear). in the centre to the down position. It is not necessary to remove the fuse.
b Insert the “AC supply” cable (2 x 2.5 mm 2) into the appropriate cable gland and
connect it using the shortest possible length of cable to the bottom screw terminals
on the safety fuse (phase on the right, neutral on the left).
d IMPORTANT: the “AC supply” input is insulated at 10 kV with respect to
the enclosure earth. It is important to ensure that the cable and its use outside
and inside the enclosure do not damage this insulation.
b 1-2 ways enclosure
v The “12 V” battery
is installed at the rear
of the enclosure (lugs to Earthing
the right).
v The “36 V” battery
d The equipment must be earthed to ensure E.M.C.
is installed at the front of A special stud with a diameter of 8 mm is provided under the enclosure.
the enclosure (lugs to Use an earthed cable with a cross-section greater than 20 mm 2.
the front).

Installing the batteries


Charger type 1 (2 batteries):
b 36 V battery (or 24 V + 12 V): with three 12 V cells, 7 Ah,
b 12 V battery: with two 12 V cells, 7 Ah.
Caution: the battery installation depends on the type of enclosure
(see the illustration opposite).
Charger type 2 Charger type 2:
v The battery is installed
at the front of
b One 12 V battery, 24 Ah.
the enclosure (lugs to
the right).
Connecting the batteries
d Note: the batteries must only be connected when the equipment
is powered up.
b Connect the batteries to the equipment by plugging the connectors into
the bases on the right-hand side of the rack (see the illustration opposite).
b The connectors are polarized.
DO NOT FORCE THEM INTO POSITION.
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12 V +
+
Switching on the AC supply
– b Disconnect the safety fuse located inside the enclosure (see the drawing opposite).

36 V +

Normal use
When the operations described above have been performed, the normal power
Safety fuse supply to the equipment is resumed and the batteries can be charged.
When all the tests have been completed, the “standby” status is as follows
(on the front panel):
b On the Power supply module:
v the “AC supply OFF” and “Battery fault” indicator lamps are off,
v the “Rack 12 V present” and “Ext. 12 V present” indicator lamps
are permanently on,
v the “48 V present” indicator lamp is permanently on (after a 20 s time delay),
v the fault indicator lamps are off.
b On the Control module:
v the “Local/Remote” switch is set to “Remote” mode,
Charger type 1: plug the battery connectors into the right-hand v the indicator lamps reflect the indications, in particular the position of the cubicles.
side of the rack (4-pin connector for the 12 V battery, 3-pin b On the Communication module:
connector for the batteries that together supply 36 V). v the “ON” indicator lamp is ON,
v the “fault” indicator lamp goes OFF quickly,
v the other communication indicator lamps remain OFF.
b On the transmission equipment: if radio equipment is used, the “Squelch” indicator
lamp (network busy) is permanently ON.

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Commissioning Configuration

An enclosure cannot be fully commissioned unless an auxiliary AC supply is present.


A “dummy” connector is also recommended to ensure that the many operations
performed by the MV cubicle do not overload the batteries.
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CONTROL COMMS POWER

Easergy T200 I requires two configurations:


b CPU card configuration (date, fault detection, and so on),
b Communication module configuration (communication parameters, alarms,
and so on).
See the special documentation provided on the configuration floppy disk.

Connecting the PC
A PC running MS DOS and the “Easergy T200 configuration” floppy disk
are required to configure the equipment.

Connect the PC end of the cord to serial port no. 1 (COM1) and the Easergy T200
end to the connector on the front panel of the Control module.

When the PC is powered up, go to DOS, insert the “Easergy T200 configurator”
floppy disk in the drive, type A:MG (upper or lower case characters), then press
ENTER. The main menu appears.

General
b In addition to the configuration option, the software also allows operators to:
Male connector Female connector v display the internal status of the equipment (Equipment state),
T200 side PC side v query, log and delete events,
RD RD v display and log transfers between the T200 I and the control station (HNZ analyser),
2 2 v set the equipment time,
TD TD v force the radio station control to transmission mode and send F+, F– modulated
3 3
LF messages (radio transmission test).
0 Vdc
5 5
RTS RTS b The equipment is factory-configured prior to delivery (see appendix A).
7 7
CTS CTS
8 8 b Modifications to the configuration data can only be taken into account
after they are confirmed in the “Save” field.
Click on “Cancel” to return to the previous parameters.
Metal part Metal part
b The area in which the cursor is positioned is highlighted.
Crossed male/female connecting cord
b The “arrow keys” or the “tab” key are used to move from one area to another
(data input fields or function title).

b A highlighted area can be selected by pressing “ENTER” or the “Space bar”.

b A parameter value can be modified via:


v the “+” key or the “Space bar” to increase the value,
v the “–” key to reduce the value.
When a parameter has reached its maximum value, pressing the “+” key
or the “Space bar” again returns it to its minimum value.
Press the “–” key to return it to its maximum value.

b Press “Esc” to exit a submenu.

b Press “Alt” and “F4” simultaneously to exit the main menu.

Software configuration
Press F10 to access the software configuration menu.
This menu is used to modify the display colours and the serial port used.
Note: this menu cannot be accessed when the PC is connected to T200.

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Commissioning Control module software
configuration
See Appendix A for the configuration values.

Main menu
T200 CPU
b Name
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PROM v4.01
PARAMETERS SETUP This field is not mandatory.
Name : ?????? Fault detection CPU 1
Delayed AC supply OFF : 2 h b OK
This command is essential, as it takes into account all the data that has been modified
SAVE CONFIGURATION : OK
Cancel in the main menu and the submenus.
EVENT FUNCTION b Delayed AC supply OFF
Display events Erase events Setup time
“Delayed AC supply OFF” is activated after a configurable time delay of between
DIAGNOSTIC
Equipment states MODBUS analyser 30 minutes and 4 hours in 15-minute increments.
b Cancel
Any modified data that has not yet been validated is cancelled. The equipment retains
the previous data which is redisplayed on the screen.

Fault detection Fault detection menu


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SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 This menu is used to configure all the fault current detection parameters
FAULT DETECTION (internal fault detector option).
Phase level : 500 A 500 A 500 A 500 A
Earth level : 20 A 20 A 20 A 20 A d Note: the screen illustrated above shows the parameters of an Easergy T200
Minimum fault duration : 200ms 200ms 200ms 200ms with four Current Acquisition cards. Depending on the number of ways equipped with
AUTOMATIC FAULT RESET a Current Acquisition card, some parameters are not available and do not appear on
After AC supply ON : yes yes yes yes the screen.
After delay : 2h 2h 2h 2h

ESCAPE=Exit

Setup time Setup time menu


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The equipment time can be set via the configuration PC:


Automatic setup time (PC time)
Date : 02/02/03 b Automatic setup time: according to the configuration PC time.
Time : 04:57:55 b Manual time setting: by changing the Date and Time fields.
Stop clock (for long time storage)
b Stop clock: if the equipment is to be stored for a long period, it is advisable to stop
the clock to increase the service life of the lithium battery associated with the
component that controls this function.
d Note: the equipment is delivered with the clock stopped. The date and time
ESCAPE=Exit are only used for dating-stamped events and by the protocol analyser.

Sectionalizer parameters SEC automation configuration menu


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(see the description on page 19)


SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4
Sectionalizer : yes no yes yes b Sectionalizer
Open after : 2 fault(s) The automation can be set to enabled or disabled, way by way.
Reset time : 30s b Opening after x faults
Number of successive fault currents (Phase and/or Homopolar) that the equipment
must detect during the “Reset delay” time, before sending an opening order to
the switch. It can be configured for 1 to 4 faults in increments of 1.
ESCAPE=Exit d Note: for the fault to be counted, a fault current notification confirmed by a voltage
loss must be detected. This ensures that only those fault currents that trip the source
substation feeder are taken into account.
b Reset delay
Maximum time after the appearance of the first fault during which the equipment must
detect the number of faults configured under “Opening after”. If this number is not
reached, the automation is reset. It can be configured for 20 s to 4 min in 5 s increments.

Auto changeover parameters Changeover configuration menu (ACO)


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b Operating mode
Mode of operation : SW1 < > SW2
v SW1 <> SW2 Semi-Auto mode,
Time before permutation : 5s v Auto-SW1 (or Auto SW2) mode,
Time before return : 10s
v SW1 > SW2 (SW2 > SW1) mode.
(only for Auto-SW1 and Auto-SW2 modes) b Time before changeover T1: 100 ms to 60 s.
b Time before return T2 (valid only for Auto-SW1 and Auto SW2): 5 s to 60 s.
b Type of motorization
ESCAPE=Exit
v standard (control time of 2.2 s),
v CI2 (fast motorization accepting control times of 100 ms).

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Commissioning Communication module
software configuration

T200 Comms Card IEC 870-5-101


Communication module configuration
PROM v4.01 The communication parameters are configured using the T200 Configuration
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PARAMETERS SETUP
Link address : 1 and diagnostic software.
Common address of ASDU : 1 b Connect a PC to the Communication module.
Modem type : Direct RS 232 (internal modem) b Access DOS, insert the T200 Configuration and diagnostic floppy disk,
Comms Parameters
type A:MG then press ENTER.
CPU Modules installed : 1: yes 2: no 3: no 4: no
Alarm parameters : CPU 1 CPU 2 CPU 3 CPU 4 The main menu is displayed. The floppy disk contains the user guide.
PowerMeters installed : 1: no 2: no 3: no 4: no
PowerMeters Personalization Modem type
Interoperability (transmission) b The various types of link available are Direct RS232, Radio (internal modem),
Interoperability (application)
Radio (external modem), PSTN and GSM.
SAVE CONFIGURATION : OK b The default option is “Direct RS232”.
Cancel
DIAGNOSTIC
101 analyser CPU cards present
b Declares the CPU cards (1 to 4) used for T200 I.
Each CPU card can be declared (yes) or not declared (no).
b The default configuration is “yes” for the first CPU card and “no” for the other cards.
Note: some information is only available for CPU card no. 1 (Local, etc.).
PowerMeters present
Declares the PowerMeters (1 to 6) used for T200 I when this option is available.

Comms Parameters Communication parameters


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Modem : Direct RS 232 (internal interface) Modem type: Direct RS232


Host baud rate : 1200 bauds
Parity (IEC specifies even) : even This menu is displayed when “Direct RS232” is the “Modem type” selected.
Frame error on idle interval : yes
Handle DSR : no
Modem type: Radio (internal modem)
Delay before transmission : 00ms This menu is displayed when “Radio (internal modem)” is the “Modem type” selected.
Handle CTS : no Modem type: GSM
CTS delay : 20ms
RTS (or CTS) to message delay : 20ms This menu is displayed when “GSM” is the “Modem type” selected.
Message to RTS delay : 20ms
Collision avoidance : off
Baud rate
Priority : 0 The baud rate indicated is the rate between the SCADA and T200. It ranges from
Min. Random Delay : 20ms 200 to 9600 bauds. If possible, choose a low baud rate for performing tests.
Max. Random Delay : 100ms
It will then be easier to view the messages exchanged between the PC and the SCADA.
ESCAPE=Exit
The default value is 1200 bauds.
Comms Parameters
Modem : Radio (external with modem)
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Host baud rate : 1200 bauds


Parity (IEC specifies even) : even
Frame error on idle interval : yes
Delay before transmission : 00ms
DTR to RTS delay : 20ms
Handle CTS : no
CTS delay : 20ms
RTS (or CTS) to message delay : 20ms
Message to RTS delay : 20ms
Collision avoidance : off
Priority : 0
Min. Random Delay : 20ms
Max. Random Delay : 100ms
Max. Busy State Delay : 10s
ESCAPE=Exit

Comms Parameters
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Modem : GSM (external modem, Hayes commands)


Host baud rate : 1200 bauds
PIN code : 0000
Alarm parameters
Alarm message enabled : no
Host tel number (main) : ??????????
Host tel number (standby) : ??????????
Dial up delay time : - first attempt : 1s
(0s = random value) - second attempt : 1mn
- third attempt : 2mn
Short Message System (SMS)
Short message system enable : yes
SMS service center phone number : ??????????
SMS user phone number : ??????????
ESCAPE=Exit

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Commissioning Tests

A PC running the “Easergy T200 configurator” software can remain connected to


the Control module as long as the tests are in progress. It can be used to monitor
the status of the equipment, time-stamped events and communications sent over
the internal Modbus link.
Commissioning sheet ref. N1030 can be used.

“Local/Remote” switch set to “Local” (wiring check)


b Check that the PC has taken the “local equipment” information into account.
b Check that the MV cubicle switchgear is operating correctly, for example that each
See “Operation” for a more detailed description way can be opened and closed and that the positions of the switches correspond to
of Easergy T200 I operation.
the status of the indicator lamps.
b Check the “locked” information (earthing switch):
Check that the equipment has taken the “locked” inputs into account.

“Local/Remote” switch set to “Remote”


b Check that the status of the MV cubicles is correctly displayed on the control station.
b Check that the cubicle connecting cables are correctly marked and disconnect them:
See “Operation” for a step-by-step description of the various a remote alarm is generated after a one-minute time delay.
transmission stages indicated by the LEDs on the front panel
of the Communication module. b Check that the HA10 cubicle connectors are fitted with polarising pins.
If you have dummy devices, install them on the HA10 connectors to ensure
that neither the battery nor the MV cubicle is overloaded.
b Remote control order check:
v check that each order processed by the remote control station is correctly transmitted
and executed by the equipment, for example that each way can open and close.
v check that the switch position information received at the remote control station
corresponds to the status of the indicator lamps.
b “Digital inputs” check:
Check that the equipment has taken the “Digital inputs” into account and
that the notifications have been forwarded to the remote control station.
b Internal fault current detection function check:
The “Test” pushbutton on the Control module activates the status corresponding
only to those ways for which Current Acquisition cards are installed.
Note: a current simulator supplied as an optional extra can be used for this check.
It performs a complete test of the acquisition system.
Disconnect the dummy devices and reconnect the cubicle connecting cables to their
HA10 connector (polarization).
b Remote control order check:
v check that each order processed by the remote control station is correctly transmitted
and executed by the equipment, for example that each way can open and close.
v check that the switch position information received at the remote control station
corresponds to the status of the indicator lamps.
b “Locked” information (earthing switch) check:
Check that the equipment has taken the “Locked” inputs into account and
that the status have been forwarded to the remote control station.
b “AC supply OFF” alarm check:
Open the AC supply fuse block. The remote alarm is generated immediately, or after
the configured time delay.

d IMPORTANT: as these tests store time-stamped events, remember to erase


them from the configuration PC.

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Operation Control and indication

Operating mode
Easergy T200 I can be used locally via the Control module or remotely from a remote
control station, depending on the position of the “Local/Remote” switch.
An indicator lamp showing the status of the equipment is located at the top
of the control panel (front panel of the Control module).
A PC can be connected to the Control module to provide further information about
the status of Easergy T200 I and its operating history.
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CONTROL COMMS POWER Communication mode


indicator plate

Modbus RS485
Equipment fault external serial link
(PowerMeter option)

The unit is sending data


Earthing switch
“locked” position The unit is receiving data
indicator
Way no. 1 2 3 4 The AC supply to the unit
is cut off
TD
MV switch position AC OFF
RD
Communication module
MV switch selector,
fault
“Local” mode
Communication module
supply on
Loss of battery capacity
Fault current storage
or charge fault
+ –
Incoming MV identification
location
Rack 12 V supply present
Selected MV switch ON
Telecommunications
open/closed confirmation ON equipment (radio, etc.)
Test
12 V supply available
Fault detector
self-test control Reset
48 V or 24 V
Stored fault supply present
erase button
Connector used
to connect a PC Reset
for configuring and T200 I reset
monitoring T200 I
Configuration socket

“Local” operation (left LED)


or “Remote” operation
(right LED) switch

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Operation Control and indication

Access
Level 0: operator access
All the Easergy T200 I indications can be seen through the window in the door.
No commands can be accessed at this level.
Level 1: the operators can access the commands by sliding the transparent
panel
b It is possible to switch from “Remote” to “Local” mode and conversely.
b The automation can be switched on or off.
b The switches can be switched on or off.
b The fault detection system can be tested.
b The fault storage mechanisms can be reset.
Level 2: the maintenance staff can access all the functions by opening
the enclosure door.

Switch control
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The switches can only be controlled via the Control module if:
1 2 3 4
b The “Local/Remote” switch is set to “Local”,
b The 48 V voltage is present,
When an order is implemented, the switch moves to the additional position.
b If a switch is off, a switch-on order can be given.
Way 1 to 4 selection b If a switch is on, a switch-off order can be given.

Fault currents
On the Control module, a stored fault is shown by a red indicator lamp integrated
into each way block diagram.
b A “Test” pushbutton is used to trigger the simultaneous testing of the acquisition
Test systems. The corresponding indicator lamps light up if the test is positive for as long
Confirmation
Reset as the pushbutton remains pressed.
b The “Reset” pushbutton is used to erase the stored faults.

Other controls
To ensure that a switch cannot be activated or deactivated The Power supply module is used to reset the power supply:
accidentally and that no operations are performed at the wrong b It can reset the “Telecoms supply” when this output has been cut off due
time, an order cannot be implemented locally unless the to overconsumption,
pushbutton corresponding to the way to be controlled
and the confirmation pushbutton are pressed simultaneously. b It can bring back the supply to the equipment after it has been switched off due
to a considerable drop in the 12 V supply.

Time-stamped events (see Appendix B)


As a result of the monitoring operations performed by the equipment, time-stamped
events that can be used to track the various operating phases (operating mode,
transmission of orders to the MV switches, self-testing, and so on) are stored.
The storage capacity is 100 events; when the queue is saturated, the most recent
event erases the oldest one; a special “Events loss” is then inserted into the queue.
The events are dated by the equipment’s internal clock.
It can be set from the configuration PC, or from the remote control station if this function
is available.

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Operation Automations

The automations are generated by a special Control module.

SEC automation (Sectionalizer)


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Current
Operating time The purpose of this automation is to open the MV switch following a failed reclosing
of the outgoing circuit-breaker. T200 must detect a fault current confirmed by the loss
Id
of the T200 supply voltage (MV) before the SEC automation can give this opening
order (it must therefore be equipped with this function).
Voltage dip It can be configured to:
b select the automation action in the voltage dip of a slow 4th, 3rd, 2nd or 1st
In reclosing,
b program the effective duration of the slow cycle,
b assign the SEC automation way by way.

Time The SEC function can be activated or deactivated from the control panel or by
a remote control order (TCD2 on Easergy T200 1, TCD4 on Easergy T200 4),
Configurable parameters: by using one way.
b Valid/invalid automation, The switches can be controlled manually in “Local” mode.
b Number of faults: 1 to 4,
b Operating time: 20 s to 4 min in 5 s increments.
d IMPORTANT: if the SEC automation is associated with a way,
the way must be configured with a remote alarm.
The enclosure must be powered from a low-voltage source generated
by the MV line on which the unit is installed.

ACO automation (Source changeover switch)


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The changeover automation automatically monitors and controls the sources


Vn Incoming in the MV secondary distribution network. It is combined with VD3H voltage detectors.
voltage 1
0 Operating modes
b The operating mode is selected from the Easergy T200 configurator.
F
T1 SW1
O b Semi-Auto SW1 <> SW2 mode:
In the event of a voltage loss on the active way, the automation switches
F to the other way after a time delay T1.
SW2 T2
O b Auto-SW1 (or Auto SW2) mode:
Way 1 (or 2) takes priority if the MV voltage it is carrying is correct.
Configurable parameters: After a changeover, the automation switches back to the priority way
b Operating mode: if the MV voltage on this way is correct during a time delay T2.
SW1<>SW2, Auto SW1 or SW1>SW2
b time before changeover T1: 100 ms to 60 s b SW1 > SW2 (SW2 > SW1) mode:
b time before return T2: 5 s to 60 s
b Type of motorization: The automation only switches from the priority way 1 (or 2) to the backup way.
v standard (control order time 2.2 s)
v CI2 (control order time 100 ms). Changeover sequence
b A changeover takes place if the following conditions are met:
v automation enabled,
v SW1 closed and SW2 open (or SW2 closed and SW1 open),
v no “earthing switch” on either way,
v no fault current on either way,
v no MV voltage on the enabled way,
v MV voltage on the other way.
The changeover operation opens SW1 and when SW1 is open, SW2 closes.

b A return to the main way for the “AUTO” modes occurs if:
v the priority way is open,
v The MV voltage on the priority way is correct during a time delay T2.
The command to close the backup way is given after the enabled way
is reported open.

Locking the source transfer


A digital input prevents the transmission of orders from the control panel,
the automation and the remote control station.
This input is generally connected to the downstream circuit breaker.

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Operation Automations

Control module with automations


See previous page for Control module operation.

ACO automation SEC automation


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CONTROL

Automation changeover between ways 1 and 2


Automatism 1<–> 2
Automation reset

MV voltage on way 1 U1 U2 Reset

Automation locked:
The automation locks if an error is detected
during a changeover sequence (one switch opens
and the other closes). 1 2 3 4
Causes of automation locking:
b the “locked” status indication (switch grounded)
appears when a switch command is given,
b a fault current appears
when a switch command is given,
b an order cannot be carried out
on one of the switches,
b loss of supply voltage to the switches
when a switch command is given.

Automatism
OFF ON
Test

Reset
Automation ON or OFF Automation ON or OFF

Automation mode configuration: Automation configuration:


b SW1 < > SW2 b valid/invalid,
b SW1 > SW2 b number of faults,
b Auto-SW1 (or auto-SW2) b cycle time.

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Maintenance Information display

General
T200 CPU
The equipment does not require regular maintenance.
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PROM v4.01
PARAMETERS SETUP The integrated battery test keeps users informed of the availability status
Name : ?????? Fault detection CPU 1
Delayed AC supply OFF : 2 h of the batteries.
Note: replacement fuses are provided in the “accessories” bag attached to the inside
SAVE CONFIGURATION : OK
Cancel of the basic enclosure.
EVENT FUNCTION
Display events Erase events Setup time
A compatible PC and the “Easergy T200 configuration” floppy disk can be used to
DIAGNOSTIC
Equipment states MODBUS analyser view the internal status of the equipment and the stored events (see also Commissioning).

Equipment states “Equipment states” menu


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SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 Automatism The screen on the left represents the internal fault detection option of a 2-ways
– – [–] – –>– – [ l ] – –> – – [X] – –> – – [X] – –> [D]
0A 0A 0A 0A ACO mode : Easergy T200 with two Current Acquisition cards.
SW1 < > SW2 This menu is used to display the:
Phase fault Phase fault Phase fault Phase fault
Earth fault Earth fault Earth fault Earth fault In process b Status of the cubicles: open ( | ), closed ( — ) and “Locked”,
Locked b Stored fault currents: Phase fault and Earth fault,
Status Status Status Status Ext. locked
MV presence MV presence MV presence MV presence b Current measurement on each MV way if this option is available,
b Automation status enabled (E), disabled (D), “in progress” or “locked” (X),
Charger/FPI fault Local DI 1* b Equipment faults,
Battery fault Immediate AC supply OFF DI 2
Switchgear supply OFF Delayed AC supply OFF DI 3 b Operating mode: Local,
Telecomms supply OFF DI 4 b AC supply OFF, Delayed AC supply OFF,
MODBUS comms failure DI 5
DI 6 b Input status: digital input 1 to 6.
ESCAPE=Exit
Note: the current information is highlighted.
Equipment fault indicator lamp (*) DI: digital input

Display events “Display events” menu


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Start events The “Display events” menu is used to view the time-stamped events stored
1 – 20/02/03 16:07:51.06 – Entering local mode
2 – 20/02/03 16:07:51.41 – Leaving local mode
on the CPU card.
3 – 20/02/03 16:07:54.13 – Switchgear supply OFF b When all the events have been displayed, the total number of events appears
4 – 20/02/03 16:07:56.33 – Entering local mode
5 – 20/02/03 16:07:57.03 – Leaving local mode
on the “End of xx events” message line.
6 – 20/02/03 16:07:59.09 – AC supply OFF It is then possible to scroll through the list using the arrow keys.
7 – 20/02/03 16:00:00.10 – AC supply ON b One hundred time-stamped events can be logged.
End of 7 events
When this number is exceeded, the first event in the list becomes an “Events loss”.
ESCAPE=Exit
b Events can be erased by validating the “Erase events” field in the main menu.

“Erase events” menu


The “Erase events” field is used to erase the stored time-stamped events.
When this field is validated, a confirmation is requested “Confirm (Y/N)”.
Pressing the “Y” key permanently erases the time-stamped events.

“Modbus analyser”
This menu is used to display the communication over the Modbus link installed
in the T200.

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Maintenance Diagnostics
via the front panel indicator lamps
and dated logging events

Symptoms Possible causes Solution Dated logging


events
The “Equipment Easergy T200: no communication Replace the Control module and/or the Communication module Modbus
fault” LED on between the Control module communication
the Control module and the Communication module fault
is ON. Faulty measurement card Replace the CPU card Defective fault
(you are advised detection card
to connect a PC The battery charger output Check the charger and the batteries. If necessary, replace Charger fault
to the Control module voltage is too high or too low the Power supply module and/or the batteries
to determine the cause
No power supply See “48 V LED OFF” in the symptom column below Switchgear 48 V
of the fault:
to the switchgear supply OFF
“Equipment states”
Loss of battery capacity or See “Battery fault LED ON” in the symptom column below Battery fault
menu)
charge fault
No telecommunications See “External 12 V LED OFF” in the symptom column below External 12 V
power supply OFF
(Radio or Modem)
Control module problem Connect the PC to the Control module
(EPROM, EEPROM, EEPROM read fault or PROM check sum fault = XXXX :
configuration) the component is faulty; replace the CPU card
Configuration lost: reconfigure and confirm.
If the fault persists, replace the CPU card
The Control module software Press the Reset button on the Power supply module
is faulty If the LED does not go out after a few seconds,
replace the CPU card
The “AC supply AC supply fuse blown Replace the gF type 2 A HRC fuse, 10 x 38 mm AC supply OFF
OFF” LED on the in the lower enclosure panel
front panel of the The transformer output Reconnect the connector
Power supply connector is disconnected
module is ON No supply to the enclosure Connect the AC supply Equipment
AC OFF shutdown
Enclosure power supply cut off Check the cause of the AC supply outage.
automatically due to a long AC If the AC supply remains OFF, run another supply cycle by pressing
supply outage the Reset button on the Power supply module. If there is no power
supply ON, replace power supply card and/or the batteries.
Temporary AC supply outage Wait for the AC supply voltage to be reinstated AC supply OFF
(the enclosure is now running on the batteries)
The “Battery fault” Loss of battery capacity Check that AC supply is ON ant that the charger is supplying 12 V Battery fault
LED on the front or charge fault and 48 V. To do this, disconnect the battery and measure the voltage
panel of the Power on batteries connector on rack.
supply module is If voltage is equal to zero, replace the power supply card or batteries.
ON Otherwise, reset the Power supply module to trigger a battery test,
after connecting battery to the rack; if the problem recurs after
charging for 24 hours, replace the batteries.
The “Rack 12 V” Fuse blown Replace the 5 x 20 mm, 0.8 A semi-time-lag fuse Equipment
LED on the front on the Power supply module shutdown
panel of the Power If the “AC supply OFF” LED is lit, Check the cause of the AC supply outage.
supply module the enclosure supply has been If the AC supply remains OFF, run another supply cycle by pressing
is OFF cut off automatically due to the Reset button on the Power supply module. If there is no power
a long AC supply outage supply ON, replace power supply card and/or the batteries.
Enclosure power supply cut off Check the charger and the batteries. If necessary, replace the
automatically due to a drop Power supply module and/or the batteries
in the 12 V voltage
Power supply module failure Replace the Power supply module

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Maintenance Diagnostics
via the front panel indicator lamps and
dated logging events (continued)

Symptoms Possible causes Solution Dated logging


events
The “External 12 V” Fuse blown Replace the 5 x 20 mm, 4 A time-lag fuse on the right-hand side External 12 V
LED on the front of the rack OFF
panel of the Power Consumption at the output Check the transmission equipment and reinstate the supply
supply module > 1.3 A ± 0.3 A for 3 min by pressing the Reset button on the Power supply module
is extinguished If the “AC supply OFF” LED is lit, Check the cause of the AC supply outage. Equipment
the enclosure supply has been If the AC supply remains OFF, run another supply cycle by pressing shutdown
cut off automatically due to the Reset button on the Power supply module. If there is no power
a long AC supply outage supply ON, replace power supply card and/or the batteries.
Enclosure power supply cut off Check the charger and the battery. If necessary, replace the Power
automatically due to a drop supply module and/or the batteries
in the 12 V voltage
Power supply module failure Replace the Power supply module External 12 V
OFF or
equipment
shutdown
The “48 V present” Fuse blown Replace the 5 x 20 mm, 5 A time-lag fuse on the CPU card Switchgear
LED on the front of the Control module in the left-hand part of the enclosure 48 V supply
panel of the Power 2-pin connecting cord (rack Connect the cord to the rack backplane and to the Interface card OFF
supply module backplane/Interface card)
is OFF disconnected
Ribbon cable disconnected Connect the ribbon cable to the rack backplane and
to the Interface card
If the “AC supply OFF” LED is lit, Check the cause of the AC supply outage. Equipment
the enclosure supply has been If the AC supply remains OFF, run another supply cycle by pressing shutdown
cut off automatically due to the Reset button on the Power supply module. If there is no power
a long AC supply outage supply ON, replace power supply card and/or the batteries.
Motorization power supply cut Check the charger and the batteries. If necessary, replace the
off automatically due to a drop Power supply module and/or the batteries
in the 48 V voltage
Interface card failure Replace the Interface card Equipment
Power supply module failure Replace the Power supply module shutdown or
T200 CPU card failure Replace the T200 CPU card 48 V switchgear
supply OFF
All the Control The equipment is not powered up Power up the equipment Equipment
module indicator Supply fuse blown Replace the 5 x 20 mm, 0.8 A semi time-lag fuse shutdown
lamps are OFF on the Power supply module
Control module failure Replace the Control module
The card program is no longer Reset by pressing the Reset button on the Power supply module
running
The Communication The equipment is not powered up Power up the equipment
module “ON” LED Supply fuse blown Replace the 5 x 20 mm, 0.8 A semi time-lag fuse
is extinguished on the Power supply module
The Communication Communication module Connect the PC to the Communication module
module “Fault” LED problem (EPROM, EEPROM, EEPROM read fault or PROM check sum = XXXX :
is lit configuration) the component is faulty; replace the Communication module
Configuration lost: reconfigure and confirm.
If the fault persists, replace the Communication module
The Communication The Communication module Press the Reset button on the Power supply module
module “Fault” LED software is faulty If the LED does not go out after a few seconds,
is flashing replace the Communication module

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Maintenance Other diagnostics

Events Possible causes Solution


Events loss If fewer than 100 events are If the problem recurs, replace the T200 CPU card
stored, an event storage
problem has occurred
More than 100 events stored Normal operating conditions apply
Operation orders The switch order Check:
not executed was not executed b the position of the “Local/Remote” switch,
b the validity of the order issued,
b the connection between Easergy T200 and the switch.

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Maintenance Power supplies

Powering down the equipment


b Switch off the AC supply outside the equipment or on the safety fuse block
within the enclosure.
b Disconnect the supply to the battery circuit:
Unplug the two battery connectors located on the right-hand side of the rack.
All the LEDs on the front panels of the rack should now be OFF.
The Easergy T200 I enclosure is now powered down.

Current transformer safety precautions


The toroid connectors are IP2x; switching off the current sensors temporarily
(< 10 min) involves no particular danger.
d IMPORTANT: there is no need to alter the cables when connecting
the toroid and power supply cables to the cubicle. The cables must never
be modified.

Battery maintenance
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Replacing the batteries


Before carrying out any work on the batteries, disconnect them from the equipment
by unplugging the connectors (3-pin and 4-pin) from the bases on the right-hand side
of the rack.
Remove the batteries by sliding them outwards, raise the terminal covers and undo
the two terminal nuts, then disconnect the Faston lugs on the connecting cord.
To install new batteries, repeat this sequence in the reverse order.

Servicing and storing the batteries


d IMPORTANT: Sealed lead batteries are used. The advantages of this type of battery include the fact
b It is recommended that all the batteries that there is no risk of explosion, no acid leakage and no servicing requirement.
be systematically replaced at the same time.
b Use recently manufactured batteries (batteries However, this type of battery has its limitations:
manufactured within the last three months). b Limited number or recharging cycles,
b Do not store batteries for more than six months b Average service life of 5 years, with ageing accelerated by temperatures outside
without recharging. the recommended range,
b Do not throw the batteries away.
b In the case of components comprising 7 Ah b Ageing during storage (do not store for more than 6 months without recharging,
batteries in parallel or in series: as this type of battery does not withstand a total discharge),
v never replace only one 12 V/7 Ah battery, b Difficult to predict the end of the battery service life.
but all three at the same time,
v do not use different brands of 12 V/7 Ah batteries
The Power supply module is designed to optimize the characteristics of the battery.
together, A battery fault alarm informs the remote control system of an imminent discharge.
v if possible, only use batteries from the same
manufacturing batch.

Replacing fuses
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Replacement fuses are provided in the “accessories” bags attached to the inside
of the basic enclosure.
“External 12 V b “AC supply” fuse
supply” fuse This fuse is located in the lower panel of the enclosure.
It is a gF type 2 A 10 x 38 mm HPC fuse.
b “Rack power supply” fuse
The fuse protecting the power supply to all the electronic modules is located
“Rack power supply” in the Power supply module.
fuse It is a 5 x 20 mm, 0.8 A semi time-lag fuse (or 2 A if > 8 ways).
b “External 12 V supply” fuse
This fuse is located on the right-hand side of the rack.
“AC supply” safety It is a 5 x 20 mm, 4 A time-lag fuse.
fuse b “48 V supply” fuse
This fuse is located on the Interface card which is installed at the bottom left-hand
“48 V supply” fuse side of the enclosure.
It is a 5 x 20 mm, 5 A time-lag fuse.
To replace the fuses:
a) Power down the enclosure,
b) Replace the defective fuse,
c) Power up the enclosure.

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Maintenance Card replacement

Servicing the Interface card


Purpose: to replace the 48 Vdc fuse or add/replace a fault Current Acquisition card.
48 Vdc fuse a) Power down the enclosure (see the previous page),
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b) Release the two locking screws from the front of the card,
c) Pull it a few inches out of its slot,
d) Disconnect the card connectors in the following order:
v phase toroid connectors (X1 to X4), unlock by squeezing the two side levers,
v cubicle connectors (J6 on the 1-way T200, J8 to J11 on the 4-ways T200),
unlock by squeezing the two side levers,
v rack connector (J2 for the 1-way T200 or J1 for the 4-ways T200),
by separating the two levers at each end of its base,
v switch supply connector (J1 for the 1-way T200 or J2 for the 4-ways T200),
unlock by squeezing the two side levers,
v digital input/output connectors (J8 for the 1-way T200 or J12 for the 4-ways T200),
e) the card is now completely disconnected and can be removed from its slot.
To install a new card, reverse the operation described above, then power up
the enclosure.

Installing a Current or Digital Acquisition card


a) Power down the enclosure (see the previous page),
b) Remove the Interface card (see above),
c) Place the Acquisition card in position and secure it with two screws,
d) Replace the Interface card,
Acquisition cards e) Power up the enclosure.

Replacing the Power supply module


The fuse located on the Power supply card protects a) Power down the enclosure (see the previous page),
the 12 V supply to the entire rack. b) Release the two locking screws from the Power supply module
and remove it from its housing,
c) Insert the new module, locking it in position,
d) Power up the enclosure.

Replacing the Communication module


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a) Power down the enclosure (see the previous page),


b) Release the two locking screws and remove the Communication module
from its housing,
c) Insert the new module, locking it in position,
d) Power up the enclosure.
T200 CPU card
d IMPORTANT: remember to configure the module;
see “Commissioning”.
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Replacing the control panel or the T200 CPU card
Purpose: to replace the control panel or the T200 CPU card or add/replace
1
the measurement card.
2
a) Power down the enclosure (see the previous page),
3 b) Release the two locking screws from the front panel of the Control module,
4 c) Disconnect the ribbon cable from the rear of the front panel by separating
the two levers on each side of the connector base,
d) If necessary, remove the T200 CPU card from its slot.
Installing the T200 CPU card
e) Push the new T200 CPU card firmly home,
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f) Attach the end of the 40-pin ribbon cable from the control panel to the connector
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g) Screw the front panel securely into position,
h) Power up the enclosure.
Installing the measurement card
e) Plug the measurement card into the T200 CPU card and secure it with three
Measurement card screws,
f) Install the T200 CPU card and the control panel,
Control panel g) Power up the enclosure.
d IMPORTANT: remember to configure the module;
see “Commissioning”.

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Appendices Appendix A
Configuration parameters

Software configuration
Parameters Configuration range Factory Notes
configuration
General parameters
T200 name 30 characters Not mandatory
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PC no. Depends on protocol


T200 I no. Depends on protocol Unique no.
Delayed AC supply OFF 30 min to 4 h 2h In 15 min increments
Communication
Radio modem

Baud rate 200 bauds modem 200 bauds As for the remote
600/1200 bauds modem 600 bauds control station
Radio modem 2400 bauds FFSK modem 2400 bauds
Squelch control Enabled or disabled Disabled
Time-out before alarm 1st trans.: 0 s to 1 min 1s See greyed note
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transmission 2nd trans.: 0 s to 5 min 2 min


3rd trans.: 0 s to 10 min 2 min
PSTN modem
Baud rate 300, 600 or 1200 bauds 300 bauds As for the remote
control station
Dialling Tone or pulse Tone
Telephone number 16 characters ?????????? . : 3 s pause and
PSTN modem W = : tone wait time
Time-out before alarm 1st trans.: 0 s to 1 min 1s Or specific algorithm
Used to delay calls for the same event from different units transmission 2nd trans.: 0 s to 5 min 2 min See greyed note
fitted with alarms (e.g. AC supply OFF) 3rd trans.: 0 s to 10 min 2 min
Alarms
TSD Enabled or disabled Disabled
TSS Immediate, Not fitted with Immediate
(AC supply OFF) an alarm, Time-delay
TSS (Other signal) Enabled or disabled Disabled
SEC automation
Assignment (SEC) Enabled or disabled Disabled Way by way
Operating on Slow 1st cycle, 2nd cycle, Slow 2nd cycle
3rd cycle or 4th cycle
Reset delay 20 s to 4 min 30 s In 5 s increments
ACO automation
Operating mode Semi-auto SW1<> SW2 SW1<> SW2
Auto SW1/Auto SW2
SW1>SW2 or SW2>SW1
Time before changeover T1: 100 ms to 200 s 5s In 100 ms increments
Time before return T2 5 s to 60 s 10 s For Auto SW1
and Auto SW2 only
Type of motorization Standard (2.2 s command) Standard
or CI2 (100 ms command)
Fault detection
Phase fault 100 to 750 A 500 A In 50 A increments
Earth fault 20 to 160 A 20 A In 5 A increments
or 2 to 25 A 20 A In 1 A increments
Min. fault time 50 to 500 ms 200 ms In 25 ms increments
Fault reset Via AC supply OFF Yes Yes/no
Via delay: 15 min to 2 h 2h In 15 min increments
Clock
Operation OFF or ON OFF
Voltage measurement (option)
Measurement yes or no no
Mains voltage 5 to 33 kV 12 kV In 1 kV increments

Modem configuration (in factory only)


Parameters Configuration range Factory Notes
configuration
600 bds radio modem
LF level – 10 dB or 0 dB – 10 dB
Access impedance 600 Ohms or high impedance 600 Ohms
for 600 bauds (receive)
Access impedance for 600 Ohms or high impedance 600 Ohms
200 bauds (receive)

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Appendices Appendix B
List of dated logging events

Dated logging events Basic T200 by CPU by way


d Note: Fault group
The events on the four ways controlled by this module can be Fault detection card faulty b
displayed by connecting each Control module to a PC. Internal memory fault b
Modbus communication fault b
Charger fault b
Battery fault b
Operating group
Events loss b
Modified configuration b
Equipment startup b
Equipment shutdown b
AC supply ON b
AC supply OFF b
External 12 V OFF b
48 V switchgear supply OFF b
Local mode b
Remote mode b
Opening order way 1, 5, 9 or 13 b
Closing order way 1, 5, 9 or 13 b
Command execution fault b
ACO automation option
Automation disabled b
Automation enabled b
MV on way 1 b
No MV on way 1 b
Start changeover b
End changeover b
Stop changeover b
Automation reset b
Automation order b
Automation sequence: fault 1 b
Automation locked b
Automation unlocked b
Phase fault way 1 b
Earth fault way 1 b
SEC automation option
Automation disabled b
Automation enabled b
Start of sequence: fault 1 b
Start of sequence: fault 2 b
Start of sequence: fault 3 b
Start of sequence: fault 4 b
Automation reset b
Enable automation order b
Phase fault way 1 b
Earth fault way 1 b

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