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SPRECON®-E-C-SERIES

Multifunctional Automation Platform


For Control and Monitoring of
Power Supply and Utilities

Technical Brochure
English

www.sprecher-automation.com
General Overview
Concept Due to the fully-developed and commercially optimized de-
The SPRECON-E-C-Series covers devices of different per- sign, systems, which may range from small installations like
formance classes and case sizes for various control, auto- transformer stations in distribution networks to totally integ-
mation and monitoring solutions in electric power supply and rated solutions for substations and switchgears, can be rea-
municipal utilities. For these tasks the SPRECON-E-C series lized in homogeneous system architecture.
was designed for maximum security, reliability and availabi- Thus investment costs can be reduced as well as installati-
lity. on expenditures, which act as the basis for economical ma-
Expenditures on external auxiliary equipment are minimized nagement.
due to implementation of universal voltage digital inputs, con-
Configuration
trol outputs with a high making / breaking capacity as well as
Devices of the SPRECON-E-C-Series can be applied as
direct connections to current and voltage transformers.
station computers, bay control units or remote terminal units.
They consist of a central unit and a separated control panel
Areas of application (optionally).
The series offers a solution that is especially qualified as bay The structure of the devices is completely modular. Adapta-
control-, substation-, SCADA- and remoteterminal-unit appli- tions to reach individually required performance are achie-
cations: ved by combinations of different plug-in modules.
In various system configurations all functions can be configu-
• Electric power supply red separately. In addition, flexible and simple realization of
• High and medium voltage switchgears special applications can be accomplished through program-
• Distribution systems mable logics by either the local control panel or remotely.
• Caloric power plants
• Wind and hydroelectric power plants
• Traction power supply
• Industrial networks
Operation
Beside remote control via standard and manufacturer-speci-
• Municipal utilities
• Water supply fic SCADA protocols, the separated HMI control panel, which
• Sewage systems is equipped with a full-graphical and optional also color dis-
• Gas and oil supply play, acts as a comfortable and transparent device for local
• District heating
operating. In additional individually configurable LEDs can
• Tunnel automation and traffic control systems
be used for signaling.
Navigation keys allow intuitive user guidance through the
Flexibility different pages and submenus. Furthermore, they provide
Through all of the product line, a uniform design has been simple configuration of the various control, automation and
applied together with the facility of comprehensive scalability. monitoring functions.
Depending on the particular application the user can choose
different CPU classes with different performance and inter-
faces for external communication.
Three different case sizes are available depending on the
particular scope of application.

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Possible Applications and Configuration

Configuration example of a Sprecher station control system

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Main functions Communication
• Control and monitoring of switchgears and other proces- • RS232, RS422/485, fiber-optic connection, Ethernet
ses 10/100 Mbit/s
• Configurable bay interlocking • Integrated switch for the buildng an optical Ethernet LAN
• Control outputs with high making/breaking capacity (e.g. ring (PU-2432, PU-2433)
direct control of disconnector motors) • Permanent or temporary connections (via external mo-
• Direct or select before operate based command se- dem)
quence • Wireless communication via external GSM or radio mo-
• Control of tap changers for transformers and Petersen dem
coils • Integration of standalone devices via station bus (mete-
• Measured-value processing with direct connection to ring and measuring instruments, protective relays, volta-
current and voltage transformers ge regulators, controllers for Petersen coils, etc.)
• Threshold-value monitoring • Extensive library of SCADA and IED protocols (see page
13)
• Maximum demand value calculation
• Maximum value calculation
• Configurable transmission modes for measured values Structure of the device
• Counter inputs (optionally auxiliary power-failure safe The devices of the SPRECON-E-C-Series consist of two se-
with non-volatile memory)
parate units, the control unit and the HMI control panel. The
• Operating hours counter, switching operations counter
control unit is structured completely modular. All plug-in mo-
• Local operation via separated HMI control panel
dules are connected through a internal bus interface.
• Programmable automatic functions
This technique applies to modules as power supply, CPU and
• Data archiving (event recorder)
the different I/O modules. Adaptation to reach individually
• SMS notification
required performance can be achieved by combinations of
• Time management via DCF77/GPS (external), NTP ser-
ver or via SCADA protocol certain I/O modules.
• Continuous self-monitoring The separated HMI control panel is linked to the control unit
• Remote maintenance and configuration via a RS485 connection. It can be mounted on the switchgear
cabinet or directly fixed to the control unit. The devices of the
SPRECON-E-C-Series offer a wide range of functionalities.
System-specific functions Customer-specific functions for specific applications are also
• Switching authority and switchgear inter-locking (bay implemented. They can be configured or deactivated sepa-
and substation interlocking)
rately. All devices additionally provide functionalities, which
• Programmable substation automatic functions
are necessary in terms of configuration and installation of
• PLC functionality according to IEC 61131-3
integrated systems.
• Substitution of switching device status
• Blocking of switching devices
• Group-assigned indication and measured-value blocking
• Hot-redundancy concept

Additional functions
• Synchro-check
• Automatic voltage regulator (AVR)
• Frequency-based load shedding

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SPRECON-E ENGINEERING CENTER
The SPRECON-E ENGINEERING CENTER is the allembra-
cing software platform for SPRECON-E software modules
regarding engineering and maintenance of SPRECON-E
automation systems. With this platform the user faces an op-
timal software environment that is focused on the relevant
tasks.
Beside project management and the integrated program menu
for easy program access, the SPRECON-E ENGINEERING
CENTER also supports customised workflow for engineering
and maintenance of SPRECON-E systems and devices.
The following software modules cover the complete enginee-
ring and maintenance process:
• SPRECON-E ENGINEERING CENTER SPRECON-E ENGINEERING CENTER for covering the whole project workflow
• SPRECON-E CONFIGURATOR
• SPRECON-E DESIGNER
• SPRECON-E PLC-DESIGNER
• SPRECON-E COMM-3
• SPRECON-E SERVICE PROGRAM
• SPRECON-V460 EDITOR

management of all automation objects


• Integrated project explorer with tree structure for project
management
• Data backup with parameter status (original/read-only)
• Work environment support for central (network server)
and local (local PC) methods
• Automated document generation
SPRECON-E CONFIGURATOR for configuration and component settings
of the SPRECON-E automation devices
Integrated project management assistant
• Clear arrangement of the specific tasks for project ma-
nagement of SPRECON-E automation systems
• Optimised workflow for project realisation
• Integrated program menu for easy access to specific
software modules
• Automatic adjustment of the program menu depending
on the installed software modules
• Version management of the software modules as well
as multi-versional support of parallel installed software
modules

SPRECON-E DESIGNER for easy and clear hardware configuration. SPRE-


CON-E PLC-DESIGNER for configuration of automation functions with func-
tion block diagrams according to IEC 61131-3.

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Control function Switchgear interlockings
The control function allows control and monitoring of swit- Switching commands is issued with the integration of swit-
ching devices and other components. According to specific ching readiness and interlocking tests. Preceding tests befo-
requirements, it is possible to operate and monitor tap chan- re the output of a command are:
gers for transformers and Petersen coils, pumps, motors, cir- • Switching device ready for operation?
cuit breakers and disconnectors. • SETPOINT VAL. = ACTUAL VAL., i.e. is the switching
Thereby operating can be initiated through: device already in the required position?
• Local HMI • Double-operation interlocking, e.g. is another operation
already active?
• SCADA or station HMI
• Control authority, i.e. was the command initiated at a
• Digital inputs, limit values
switching-authorized level?
• Interlocking condition fulfilled?
The number of elements which can be controlled is only re-
stricted by the number of inputs and outputs available. Pos-
After a switching command output, the regular mode of ope-
sible concepts of controlling:
ration of each switching device is monitored. If necessary, an
• 1-pole control
alarm is generated.
• 1½-pole control
• 2-pole control
Tap changer control
As part of the integrated control function, users are allowed to
Command processing control tap changers through specific types of switching de-
There are various types of switching devices with different
vices. The actual tap position can be captured via digital inputs
kinds of command processing:
by binary, BCD or Ghielmetti code or analog mA signals. Fur-
• Single commands:
thermore, the regular mode of operation can be ensured by
• Both persistent and pulse command output can be con-
monitoring of tap changer operating time.
figurated.
• Double commands:
• A separate output relay has to be actuated for closing Preprocessing of binary data
and opening.
Binary data preprocessing provides various functions for
• Commands for direct disconnector motor interface:
processing of binary inputs. These functions can be enabled
• After selection of a certain switching device via a com-
mand output relay, operation is initiated through a inter- and adjusted independently for each input.
nal power relay.

Contact debouncing
This feature is used for debouncing of signals from mechani-
cal contacts. The debouncing period can be set individually.

Chatter blocking
The chatter blocking feature detects fault inputs, which show
unstable status. In the case of permanent state changes, the
input is blocked for a determined time period in order to sup-
press undefined indication changes.

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Signal filtering and delay Scale magnification (zoom-in function)
Signal filtering is used to suppress spikes at the binary inputs. It may be necessary to considerably enlarge a small range
The signal change is only registered if the status is present of the input value when using measuring transducers, for ex-
for a certain period of time. Moreover, the binary signal can ample, in case of a frequency measurement of 45 to 55 Hz or
be delayed, allowing correction of mechanically signal de- the like. Additionally, this function allows a measured-value
lays. adaption by use of a non-linear curve.

Signal generation Threshold-value monitoring


After preprocessing digital input data, spontaneous single All measured and metered values can be monitored by using
point information is generated in case of state changes. Sup- threshold values. The threshold value can be changed online
plementary information on switching device states is gene- via station HMI. In the event of an out-of-range condition, an
rated in terms of double point information. Thus additional alarm can be generated.
information as switching device run, intermediate and fault
conditions can be indicated besides defined on/off positions.
Mean value calculation
Based on the actual measured values over a certain period
Counter values of time, arithmetic mean values can be calculated such as
Energy can be counted from the measured current and vol- the 15-minute mean value.
tage values for SCADA purposes (not for billing). Additionally,
the integrated function of an operating hour counter and a
switching operations counter are available.
Transmission of analog values
Due to the fact that bandwidth is mostly limited for the com-
If an external counter with metering impulse output is con-
munication to the Control Centre, a compromise must be
nected, the pulses are recorded at the digital inputs, and pro-
found between reducing the data volume and providing the
cessed internally. All counter values are stored in a nonvola-
most recent data to the operator.
tile memory, and can be set and reset individually.
Thus, different concepts for initiation of measured value
transmissions can be applied, which can also be combined:
Measured value Acquisition
The analog value acquisition provides a wide range of func- • Cyclic transmission
tions, pre-processing and transmission of measurands, which • Spontaneous transmission - by exceeding a certain
in turn permit sophisticated monitoring and easy commissi- threshold
oning in the project phase. Standardized DC signals from • Spontaneous transmission – with adaptive threshold cri-
terion
external measurement transducers are processed, using an
optional live zero monitoring for the detection of cable faults.
The transmission mode can be configured individually for
each measured value.

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Signal blocking Substitution of switching device status
During tests of a feeder, the transmission blocking can be ac- In the event of a plant section breakdown, this feature allows
tivated to avoid the transmission of information to the master the substitution of switching device status. Therefore, equa-
unit. Groups of indication signals and measured values can tions for switchgear interlocking are kept valid and can be
be formed, whereas group-related transmission blocking can verified.
be carried out.

Time management
Signal derivation / grouping of signals / sum- Time management can be achieved by a number of diffe-
ming up measured and metered values rent methods. On the one hand via an externally connected
Indicated signals as well as commands can be derived from DCF77- or GPS-synchronized clock and on the other hand
other signals, measured values and metered values. Hence, via a NTP server or SCADA.
requirements, which are essential for maximum flexibility, Hence, time setting functions must be implemented in the
are met. SCADA protocol.Time and date stamps are assigned to all
Additionally grouping of signals as well as summing up mea- indications, measured and metered values.
sured and metered values is possible. Thus the quantity of
information, which is transmitted to the SCADA system, can
be reduced.
Continuous self-monitoring
Comprehensive self-monitoring procedures within the device
ensure that internal hardware or software errors are instantly
Programmable logic detected in order to take adequate actions. This guarantees
Programmable logic acts as a tool to create specific solu- a high level of safety and reliability.
tions for the automation of bays or complete substation sys-
tems. Through combinations of signals in logic equations,
user-specific indications can be defined and further actions
Hot-redundancy concept
To achieve a higher level of system availability, a hot-red-
can be derived.
undancy concept is provided. In this regard, two identically
equipped station computers are running simultaneously and
Programmable automation functions both units are active.
In addition to programmable logic, it is possible to automate The station computers automatically synchronize their pro-
any required time sequence by means of programmable au- cess image and monitor the status of their partner. The ap-
tomation functions. For instance, sequences of commands pearance of a single fault at substation level or on the com-
like automatic busbar changeover in a double busbar system munication channels does not affect the system operation.
can be accomplished.

Synchro-check (parallel switching)


Event recording In dual-fed networks this function ensures, that closing of CB
Event recording enables the user to continually archive and will proceed only if the synchronism conditions are fulfilled.
store operationally relevant events in a non-volatile memory.
In doing so, all relevant events are stored in chronological
order together with time stamps.

Switching device blocking


Blocking of the switching device prevents unintentional ope-
rations during maintenance and inspection works on a swit-
ching device.
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Communication
Automatic voltage regulator Through various communication possibilities, integration into
The voltage regulator serves as an automatic control unit for a substation control system of Sprecher (SPRECON) or dif-
transformers with tap changers, which are operated through ferent providers can be carried out. Additional stand-alone
a motor-drive mechanism. devices like metering and measuring instruments, protective
Flexible adjustments to individual network characteristics relays, voltage regulators, controllers for Petersen coils, etc.
can be achieved through different control algorithms. can also be integrated. According to the high level of flexibi-
lity of the entire device concept, a lot of attention was also
given to a high level of flexibility in communication.
Frequency-based load shedding All communication interfaces are available in accordance
With frequency-based load shedding, consumers can be with RS232 and RS422/485 standards as well as fiberop-
automatically disconnected from the power network on the tic connections. Each control unit of the SPRECON-E-C-
occurrence of frequency reduction. Series series additionally contains Ethernet LAN interfaces.
This function avoids network splitting as well as switching-off The PU-2432 and PU-2433 variants offer with its integrated
power plant units. Hence, the existing power network can be Ethernet switch two additional BFOC-(ST) ports for realizati-
sustained. on of a optical ring.
The necessary supply security of the consumers defines the In addition to the two system communication interfaces that
priority and the frequency allocation regarding the feeders support asynchronous as well as synchronous communica-
that have to be tripped. tion protocols located at the CPU module, an additional com-
munication module with another four asynchronous commu-
nication interfaces is available.
Therefore up to 18 asynchronous serial interfaces per control
unit can be applied. An overview of realized protocols can be
found in the chapter “Technical Data”. Additionally to the free-
ly usable interfaces an interface for maintenance matters is
implemented. Connectivity to an external modem for remote
maintenance is provided optionally.

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Local operation
Control panel (CP, CCP) Alarm panel (AP)
With the help of the separated control panel (CP) all opera- With its 100 freely configurable LEDs (6) that can be alloca-
tions necessary for an efficient management can be carried ted with four different states (off, on, flicker, flashing) and the
out and information can be displayed. The user interface individually labeled marking pads the alarm panel serves as
convinces with functional and user friendly design. an extended status display. The user can monitor the status
Process and device information can be full-graphically shown of the connected control unit through separated status LEDs
on the 5 inch back-lit and optional color (CCP) LC display (8). (1) and three keys (3) offer flexible adaptation.
Additionally there are 25 freely configurable LEDs for indica- A LED check for testing the indicators is also possible, even
tion and alarms (6). They can be allocated with four different during operation.
states (off, on, flicker, flashing) and equipped with individu-
ally labeled marking pads (7).
Separated navigation keys (2) allow clear user guidance Control- and alarm panel(s) can be connected to a control
through the various pages as well as input of device confi- unit of the SPRECON-E-C-Series in following way:
guration parameters. Further these navigation keys are used • One control panel
to select the switching device. Three optionally individually • One alarm panel
labeled keys (3) offer flexible adaptation. • One control panel and one alarm pane
Subsequently the essential switching operation is carried out • Two alarm panels
via the separated control keys (4). Quick and safe changing
of the different operating modes, e.g. selection of the swit-
ching authority, is achieved by use of the key-lock switch (5).
Through separated status LEDs (1) the status of the control
unit can be monitored.
For a more detailed description of the detached control panel
refer to the corresponding product description.

Control panel with optional color display (CCP), alarm panel (AP)

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Connection of Control- and Alarm Panel (1 of 2)

Control Unit Control Panel


Rear view
P9 S C
STAT

T R
1 1
2 2
T
3 3
X1 X1
4 4
X1

R 5 5
6 6
1 1
LK/ACT

X2 2 2
3
LAN X2

3
X2
1 4
FD/COL

X3 2 5
T 3 6

Fixed adress “1”


FD/COL

1
LAN X3

X3 2
LK/ACT

PWR 3
R 24V 1
T 5V X4 2
FD/COL

3
LAN X4

1
LK/ACT

X5 2
R 3
110-250VDC 1
T
110-230VAC
CP X5

X6 2
1 3
R
1
T X5 2
SERV X6

X7 2
3 3

SPRECON LAN (CCP)


R

PS PS-DIU10C4

CPU9.2

Connection cable: e.g. STB360P-10

max. 10 m

Control Unit Alarm Panel


Rear view
P9 S C

T R
STAT

1 1
Adress setting “2”
2 2
T
3 3
X1 X1
4 4
X1

R 5 5
6 6
1 1
LK/ACT

X2 2 2
3
LAN X2

3
X2

Load resistors active


1 4
FD/COL

X3 2 5
T 3 6
FD/COL

1
LAN X3

X3 2
LK/ACT

PWR 3
R 24V 1
T 5V X4 2
FD/COL

3
LAN X4

1
LK/ACT

R
X5 2
3
ON
OFF
110-250VDC 1
T
110-230VAC
CP X5

X6 2

R
1 3
1
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
T X5 2
SERV X6

X7 2
3 3
R

PS PS-DIU10C4

CPU9.2

Connection cable: e.g. STB360P-10

max. 10 m

Connection of control- (CP, CCP) and alarm panel (AP)

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Connection of Control- and Alarm Panel (1 of 2)

Control Unit Alarm Panel Control Panel


Rear view Rear view
P9 S C

T R
STAT

1 1
Adress setting “2”
2 2
T
3 3
X1 X1
4 4
X1

R 5 5
6 6
1 1
LK/ACT

X2 2 2
3
LAN X2

3
X2

Load resistors inactive


1 4
FD/COL

X3 2 5
T

Fixed adress “1”


3 6
FD/COL

1
LAN X3

X3 2
LK/ACT

PWR 3
R 24V 1
T 5V X4 2
FD/COL

3
LAN X4

1
LK/ACT

R
X5 2
3
ON
110-250VDC
T
110-230VAC
1
OFF
CP X5

X6 2

R
1 3
1
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
T X5 2
SERV X6

X7 2
3 3

SPRECON LAN (CCP)


R

PS PS-DIU10C4

CPU9.2

Connection cable: e.g. STB360P-10 e.g. STB360P-5


max. 10 m

max. 15 m

Control Unit Alarm Panel 1 Alarm Panel 2


Rear view Rear view
P9 S C

T R
STAT

1 1
Adress setting “2” Adress setting “3”
2 2
T
3 3
X1 X1
4 4
X1

R 5 5
6 6
1 1
LK/ACT

X2 2 2
3
LAN X2

3
X2

Load resistors inactive Load resistors active


1 4
FD/COL

X3 2 5
T 3 6
FD/COL

1
LAN X3

X3 2
LK/ACT

PWR 3
R 24V 1
T 5V X4 2
FD/COL

3
LAN X4

1
LK/ACT

X5 2
ON ON
R 3
T
110-250VDC
110-230VAC
1
OFF OFF
CP X5

X6 2

R
1 3
1
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
T X5 2
SERV X6

X7 2
3 3
R

PS PS-DIU10C4

CPU9.2

Connection cable: e.g. STB360P-10 e.g. STB360P-5


max. 10 m

max. 15 m

Control Unit Alarm Panel 1 Alarm Panel 2 Control Panel


1

Rear view Rear view Rear view


P9 S C

T R
STAT

1 1
Adress setting “2” Adress setting “3”
2 2
T
3 3
X1 X1
4 4
X1

R 5 5
6 6
1 1
LK/ACT

X2 2 2
3
LAN X2

3
X2

Load resistors inactive Load resistors inactive


1 4
FD/COL

X3 2 5
T

Fixed adress “1”


3 6
FD/COL

1
LAN X3

X3 2
LK/ACT

PWR 3
R 24V 1
T 5V X4 2
FD/COL

3
LAN X4

1
LK/ACT

X5 2
ON ON
R 3
T
110-250VDC
110-230VAC
1
OFF OFF
CP X5

X6 2

R
1 3
1
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
T X5 2
SERV X6

X7 2
3 3

SPRECON LAN (CCP)


R

PS PS-DIU10C4

CPU9.2

Connection cable: e.g. STB360P-10 e.g. STB360P-3 e.g. STB360P-2


max. 10 m

max. 15 m

Connection of control- (CP, CCP) and alarm panel (AP)


1
since alarm panel issue „D“
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Technical Data1 (1 of 3)
General Data
Mounting variants Surface-mounted case for wall installation with detached control panel see chapter
Surface-mounted case for wall installation with attached control panel „Dimensions and
Flush-mounted case for switchgear cabinets and control panels (attached control panel) Mounting”

Mechanical characteristics Dimensions see chapter “Dimensions and Mounting”


Connection see chapter “Connection Diagrams”
Degree of protection (acc. to IEC 60529) Control unit IP20
Control-, alarm panel frontside IP40 standard, IP54 with seal-kit
Control-, alarm panel backside IP20
Mass CU with 40 HP: approx. 5 kg (average equipping)
CP/CCP: < 1 kg
Electrical Terminals Power supply COMBICON type GMSTB 2.5/3-ST-7.62
Digital in-/ outputs, voltage transducer COMBICON type MSTB 2.5/...-ST-5.08 and
COMBICON type MC 1.5/...-ST-3.5
Wire size Solid-/ stranded wire: 0,2 to 2,5 mm2
Communication interfaces see technical data 3 of 3, “Communication Interfaces”

Power Supply
Auxiliary voltage Rated voltage Vaux
24 to 60 V DC or
110 to 250 V DC and 110 to 230 V AC
Permitted tolerance -20 to +15 % (-20 to + 20 % for DC supply)
Output power 42 W
Bridging time at supply failure of Vaux ≥ 50 ms
Inrush current according to IEC 870-4, HD546.4, 1992 Class S1

Digital Inputs
Wide-range binary inputs Input voltage variant Extended range 110 V DC 220 V DC
Nominal voltage range Vi, aux DC rising operating point (L to H)
10 to 17 V DC within 44 – 66 V DC within 160 – 170 V DC
(minimum 25 mA current input required)
DC falling operating point (H to L) Operating point ON – (1 to 0,85) x operating
14.3 to 7.3 V DC
0,4 V DC point ON
AC operating point 65 to 220 V AC
Permitted tolerance -20 to +15%
Permitted capacitive coupling of inputs 100 nF
Digital inputs Rated voltage range Vi 24, 48 or 60 V DC
Permitted tolerance -20 to + 15%
Counter inputs (power-loss-safe)
Counting range 64 Bit (264)
Rated voltage range Vi 24 to 60 V DC
Permitted tolerance -20 to +15%
Input impedance > 3.3 kΩ
Bridging time at supply failure of Vaux min. 72 h

Digital Outputs
Signalling outputs SO Switching voltage 24 to 48 V DC
Type FET technology
Permitted continuous current 0.3 A at 24 V DC
Short-circuit current 0.8 A typ.
Overload Thermal protection with restart after cooling
Digital outputs DO Max. switching voltage 300 V DC, 250 V AC
Max. contact continuous current 6A
Max. making/breaking capacity 28 W / 3800 VA
Make time < 7 ms typ.
Command outputs CO Max. switching voltage 250 V DC, 250 V AC
Max. contact continuous current 5A
Short-duration current 30 A for 0.5 s, 15 A for 4 s
Make time 7 ms typ.
Making capacity 1000 VA at cosφ=1
1000 W at L/R=40 ms
Breaking capacity 920 VA at cosφ=0,4
40 W at L/R=40 ms
Power output PO (PS/X1) Max. switching voltage 220 V DC / 230 V AC
Max. contact continuous current 10 A at 115 V DC or 5 A at 230 V DC
Max. making/breaking capacity 1150 W
Make time 15 ms typ.
Break time 8 ms typ.
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accuracy measured at 23° C and 50Hz
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Technical Data1 (2 of 3)
Analog Inputs / Outputs
Transducer inputs Nominal frequency fnom 50 Hz or 16.7 Hz
Operating range 45..55 Hz or 15.7...17.7 Hz
Current transducer Nominal current Inom 1/2/5A
Over-range current 1.2*Inom
Power consumption current <0.1 VA at Inom
Thermal power capability 4*Inom continuous, 30*Inom /10 s, 100*Inom /1 s
Voltage transducer Nominal voltage Vnom 100 V AC / 220 V AC
Adjustable voltage 1.2*Vnom
Power consumption voltage <0.3 VA
Operating measurands Phase to ground current Direct measured with ±0.2 % accuracy
Phase current Direct measured with ±0.5 % accuracy
Frequency Direct measured with ±5 mHz accuracy
Phase to ground voltage Direct measured with with ±0.2 % accuracy
Phase to phase voltage calculated with ±0.2 % accuracy
Phase angle calculated with ± 0.5 ° accuracy
Complex-, active and reactive power
Active and reactive energy
Power factor calculated with ±0.5 % accuracy
Earth current, residual voltage
Frequency-, voltage differency
Analog inputs Nominal frequency 50 Hz or 16.7 Hz
Operating range 45..55 Hz or 15.7...17.7 Hz
Current inputs Nominal value Inom Inom setable from 0 to ±20 mA
Accuracy ±0.2 %, (at 23 °C ambient temperature)
Over-range mA 1.2*Inom
Eingangswiderstand im Strompfad 10 Ω
Temperature capturing Sensor type PT100
Technology Resistance measurement acc. to IEC 60751
with load independent constant current
Temperature range -100 to +300 °C
Sensor circuitry 2- or 4-wire
Analog outputs Nominal value Inom settable from -20 to +20 mA
Maximum open circuit voltage ±12 V DC
Output load (burden) 0 to 600 Ω

Communication Protocols

SCADA protocols IEC 60870-5-101, IEC 60870-5-104


Modbus RTU/ TCP/IP
Indactic 21/RTU200 (R0), RP570 (R2), Indactic 35 (P214), Indactic 33/41
COMLI
SEAB1-F Geadat 92
DULZ
TG809-US
1703-PCMBA-EE PCBE, 1703-PCMBA-EE SSI
FW537
SINAUT 8-FW 512/1024
DNP3.0
Station bus protocols IEC 61850
IEC 60870-5-101, IEC 60870-5-102,
IEC 60870-5-103, IEC 60870-5-104
Courier, Modbus, SPA-Bus
IED protocols IEC 61850
IEC 60870-5-101, IEC 60870-5-103, IEC 60870-5-104
Courier, Modbus, SPA-Bus, Eberle
1
accuracy measured at 23° C and 50Hz

14
Technical Data (3 of 3)
Communication Ports
Service interface CPU-located port for connection to a local maintenance PC on site or for remote maintenance
RS232 RJ45 connector
Baud rate 300 to 115200 baud
Insulation voltage1 1.0 kV r.m.s..
Distance 15 m max. (at 19200 Baud)
Interface to local panel CPU-located port for connection to separa ted panel (CP/ CCP, AP)
RS422/485 proprietary RJ45 connector
(CP/CCP/AP)
Baud rate 300 to 115200 baud
Distance 10 m /150 m2 max.
System communication Depends on CPU two freely usable CPU-lo cated ports
Possible protocol types synchronous and asynchronous
interfaces
Interface type RS232, RS422/485, fiber-optic2
Ethernet-LAN PU-2431 1 x RJ45 (electrical)
PU-2432 1 x RJ45 (electrical), 2 x BFOC-(ST) /2 ,5 (Multimode FO)
PU-2433 3 x RJ45 (electrical), 2 x BFOC-(ST) /2 ,5 (Multimode FO)
Extended communication Up to four freely usable ports located at the extended communication module (ECOM, max. 4 ECOM modules)
Possible protocol types Asynchronous
ports
Interface type RS232, RS422/485, FO2

In terface Type
RS232 Connector style 9-pin D-Sub plug connector (male)
Baud rate 300 to 115200 Baud
Galvanic insulation1 1.0 kV r.m.s.
Distance 15 m max. (at 19200 Baud)
RS422/485 Connector style 9-pin D-Sub ja ck connector (femal e)
Baud rate 300 to 115200 Baud or 375 KBaud system bus
Galvanic insulation1 1.0 kV r.m.s.
Distance 1000 m max. at 38400 Baud
Optical glass fiber Connector style BFOC-(ST) /2 ,5 (F-SMA on request)
Fiber type Multi-mode graded index profile 50/125 μm, 62.5/125 μm
(Optical plastic fiber on
Optical wavelength 820 to 860 nm
request) Typical distance 2 / 2.5 km
Ethernet Connector style 1 x RJ45 plus 2 x BFOC-(ST) /2 ,5 for L WL at PU-2432/2433
Galvanic insulation1 1.0 kV r.m.s.
Bandwidth 10/100 MBit/s

Time Synchronization
External clock (RTC) Source external DCF-7 7- or GPS-clock, NTP server
Connection to any freely usable port
Minute pulse Coupling via handshake line
Via SCADA protocol Recommended synchronization interval 1 min recommended
Internal time management Deviation with free running internal clock <1 min / week
Time resolution Real-time stamping 1 ms

1
data signals galvanic isolated
2
depends on order variant

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Tests (1 of 2)
Insulation Tests1
Characteristics Product standard Test standard Class Value

Impulse voltage IEC 60870-2-1 IEC 60664-1 VW3 5 kV Peak


IEC 61010-1 (IEC 60255-5) 1.2/50μs
High voltage IEC 60870-2-1 IEC 60664-1 VW3 2.5 kV r.m.s AC
IEC 61010-1 (IEC 60255-5) 2.83 kV DC

EMC tests
Characteristics Product standard Test standard Class Value

Conducted interference EN 55011/55022 A 0.15 - 30 MHz


Radio interference field strength EN 55011/55022 A 30 - 1000 MHz

Voltage dips and interruptions IEC 60870-2-1 IEC 61000-4-11 1/- 50 ms (2.5 cycles)
Surge1,2 IEC 60870-2-1 IEC 61000-4-5 3/4 Line – Earth: 4 kV3, 4
Line – Line: 2 kV
Immunity to conducted, high-frequency voltages1 IEC 61000-4-6 -/3 150kHz to 80 MHz
1kHz AM 80%

Fast transient (Burst)1 IEC 60870-2-1 IEC 61000-4-4 4 / X(>3) 4 kV r.m.s. at 5 kHz

Burst 1MHz1 1 MHz ±10 %


IEC 60870-2-1 IEC 61000-4-12 4 / 3/4
1 kV differential-mode
2.5 kV common-mode
Electrostatic discharge IEC 60870-2-1 IEC 61000-4-2 3/3 6/8 kV

Power frequency magnetic field1 IEC 60870-2-1 IEC 61000-4-8 4/4


50 Hz
100 A/m (continous)
1000 A/m (short time)
Damped oscillatory magnetic field1 IEC 60870-2-1 IEC 61000-4-10 4/5 100 A/m (0,1 MHz)
100 A/m (1 MHz)
Radiated, radio-frequency electromagnetic field IEC 60870-2-1 IEC 61000-4-3 4/3 30 V/m; 80 to 1000 MHz
10 V/m; 1 to 3 GHz
Alternating component (ripple) in DC auxiliary IEC 61000-4-17 4 15 % AC-ratio
energizing quantity (basis DC = 100 %)

1
except DI32- and DOS32-modules
2
depending on input parametrization
3
for AI/AO module: Line - Earth: 2 kV; Line - Line: ---
3
for DI32 module: Line - Earth: 2 kV; Line - Line: 1 kV

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Tests (2 of 2)
Environmental Tests
Characteristics Test standard Class Value

Climatic tests
Dry heat IEC 60068-2-2 >B2 +70 °C/16 h
Dry cold IEC 60068-2-1 -25 °C/16 h
Moist heat IEC 60068-2-3 relative humidity 93 % at +55 °C / 6 x 24 h
Vibration and shock
Vibration test in operation, 10 to 60 Hz: 0.035 mm amplitude
IEC 60255-21-1 2 in operation, 60 to 150 Hz: 0.5 g acceleration
transport, 10 to 150 Hz: 1 g acceleration
Shock test IEC 60255-21-2 1 11 ms duration / 5 g acceleration
Seismic withstand capability horizontal, 3 to 8 Hz: 3.5 mm amplitude
horizontal, 8 to 35 Hz: 1 g acceleration
IEC 60255-21-3 1
vertical, 3 to 8 Hz: 1.5 mm amplitude
vertical, 8 to 35 Hz: 0.5 g acceleration

Tolerated Ambient Conditions


Recommended operation temperature range -5° to +55 °C
Storage temperature range -25° to +55 °C
Transport temperature range -25° to +70 °C
Relative humidity in annual average <75 %, no condensation
For 56 days <93 % at <40° C, no condensation
The devices shall be arranged in such way that they are not exposed to direct sunlight or high changes in temperature that could cause condensation.

CE-Conformity
The modules of the series „SPRECON-E“ satisfy the regulations of the Directive 2006/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council dated 12 December, 2006 on
the harmonization of the statutory provisions of the member states regarding electrical operating equipment to be used within certain voltage limits - Low-Voltage Directive
- (Official Journal No. L 374 dated 27 Dec., 2006), and of the Directive 2004/108/EC of the European Parliament and the Council dated 15 December, 2004, on the harmoni-
zation of statutory provisions of the member states concerning electromagnetic compatibility and on abolition of the Directive 89/336/EEC (Official Journal No. L 390 dated 31
December, 2004). The modules of the series „SPRECON-E-C“ have been developed and manufactured for utilization in industry in accordance with the EMC standard.

Multiple mounting variants


According to different requirements in the number of IOs, the- of surface mounting, the HMI control panel can be directly
re are three case sizes (24 HP, 40 HP and 84 HP) available attached to the control unit with optional available fixing bra-
for the control unit. The devices can be both surface-mounted ckets (see next page).
to a wall and flush-mounted to cabinets or panels. In terms

IP20 IP20 IP20

IP40/ IP40/
IP40 IP541)
IP541)

IP40 IP20 IP40 IP20 IP40 IP20

üüü -mounted central unit Surface-mounted central unit Flush-mounted central unit
with detached control panel with attached control panel with attached control panel
1)
with seal kit at panel cutout (on request)

Overview of the mounting variants and IP degree of protection acc. to IEC 60529

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Dimensions and Mounting (1 of 4)

100 mm 100 mm

Ø 4.5 mm

177 mm

163 mm
14 mm 14 mm

Ø 18 mm 4 mm

25 mm 222 mm

Detached control panel (CP) with drilling pattern

M4
STAT
T R 1 1
2 2
T 3 3
X1 4 X1
X1 4
Labeling extension/strain relief

R 5 5
6 6
1 1
T R X2 2 2
3 3
T X2
1 4
94.2.046.47

X2 X3 2 5
optional

176 mm

R 3 6
1
X3 2
PWR 3
24V 1
5V X4 2
3
ACT LINK

X4 1
X5 2
LAN1

3
110-250VDC 1
T 110-230VAC
X5 X6 2
CP 1 3
R
1
X6 T X5 2
X7 2
SERV

3 3
R
PS PS-DIU10C4
CPU9

M4

160 mm
212 mm
257 mm

Mounting plate
200 mm

M4 M4
M4
163 mm

Control unit

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SPRECON-E-Cx4 control unit (CU) with 40 HP case, surface-mounted

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Dimensions and Mounting (2 of 4)
M4

IMOS IFS03

94.2.008.52-01/-021

!
94.2.008.53-01/-022

25 mm
M4
2321/2572 mm 25 mm

Mounting plate
200 mm

M4
163 mm

Control unit

a b c d e f g h i j

94.2.008.52-011 94.2.008.52-021

Control panel

94.2.008.52-01/-021 Hinged
control panel
94.2.008.53-01/-022

M4 M4

Control panel
can be hung up
temporarily

M4 M4

94.2.008.52-01/-021

94.2.008.53-01/-022

SPRECON-E-Cx4 control unit (CU) with attached hinged mounted control panel (CP)

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Dimensions and Mounting (3 of 4)

M4

IMOS IFS03

M4
160 mm
257 mm

100 mm 100 mm

Ø 4.5 mm
163 mm

Control unit
14 mm 14 mm
M4 M4 Ø 18 mm 4 mm

Cabinet door

Control panel
M4

SPRECON-E-Cx4 control unit (CU), flush-mounted with attached control panel (CP)

24 HP:
24 TE: 159 mm / 40 HP:
TE: 240 mm / 84 TE:
HP: 464
464 mm
mm Position 1

P9 Z Z S C
STAT

T R
M4
1 1

T
2
3
2
3 Position 2 M6
X1 X1
X1 4 4
R 5 5
6 6

T R
1 1 Position 3 Position 2 Position 1
X2 2 2
3 3
T X2
1 4
X2 X3 2 5
R 3 6
105 mm

1
X3 2
PWR 3
24V 1 60 mm
5V X4 2
3
LINK

X4 1
90 mm
LAN1

X5 2
ACT

3
110-250VDC
T 1
X5 110-230VAC
X6 2 Position 3 M6
CP 1 3
R
1
X6 T X5 2
X7 2
SERV

3 3
R
M4
PS PS-DIU10C4
CPU9

SPRECON-E-Cxx control unit (CU) with variable mounting brackets (OrderNo: 94.2.047.46)

20
Dimensions and Mounting (4 of 4)

M4
S C
STAT

T R
1 1
2 2
Labeling extension/strain relief

T
3 3
X1 X1
X1 4 4
R 5 5
6 6
1 1
T R
X2 2 2
3 3
T X2
1
94.2.045.47

176 mm
X2 X3 2 5
optional

R 3 6
1
X3 2
PW R 3
24V 1
5V X4 2
3
LINK

X4 1
X5 2
LAN1

ACT

3
110 -250 V DC
T 1
110 -230 V AC
X5 X6 2
CP
1 3
R
1
X6
T X5 2
X7 2
SERV

3 3
R

PS PS-DIU10C4
CPU9

M4
160 mm
131 mm
257 mm

Mounting plate
119 mm
M4 M4

M4

Control unit
163 mm

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SPRECON-E-Cx2 control unit (CU) with 24 HP case, surface-mounted

M4
S C
STAT
T R 1 1
Labeling extension/strain relief

2 2
T 3 3
X1 X1 4 X1 4
R 5 5
6 6
1 1
T R X2 2 2
94.2.047.47

3 3
T 1 X2 4
176 mm
optional

X2 X3 2 5
R 3 6
1
X3 2
PWR 3
24V 1
5V X4 2
3
LINK

X4 1
LAN1

X5 2
ACT

3
110 -250 V DC 1
T 110 -230 V AC
X5 X6 2
CP 1 3
R
X5 2 1
X6 T X7 2
SERV

3 3
R
PS PS-DIU 10C4
CPU9

M4
160 mm
436 mm
257 mm
Mounting plate
423 mm
M4 M4

M4

Control unit
163 mm

a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u

SPRECON-E-Cx6 control unit (CU) with 84 HP case, surface-mounted

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Guidelines for Cabinet Mounting

SPRECON-E-C: Guidelines for cabinet mounting

22
Alignment of the Modules C9x
SPRECON-E-C72/ -C92 SPRECON-E-C74/ -C94

Slot Slot
a b c d e f a b c d e f g h i j

Power Power
CPU CPU
supply supply

01 02 03 04 05 06 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10

Slot number Slot number

SPRECON-E-C76/ -C96

Slot
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u

Power
CPU
supply

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

Slot number

Identification Slot number


C92 C94 C96
Width
24 HP 40 HP 84 HP
CPU module PU-243x 1 01 01 01
Power supply module PS 05 09 20
2
with command module DIU10C4 06 10 21
Additional modules: 02 - 04 02 - 08 02 - 19
Redundant power supply module RPS 2
Communication module ECOM 1
Command module DIU10C4 1
Command module CO20 1
Univ. volt. digital input module DIU20 1
Digital output module DO20 1
Analog input module AI 2
Analog input module AI-2010 1
Temperature capture module PT100 2
Analog output module AO 1
CTVT module CTVT 2
Star coupler module SC 1
Modem switch module MSW 1
Digital input module DI32 1
Digital output module solid-state DOS32 1

SPRECON-E-C9x – Available range and alignment of the modules


1
only in association with SPRECON-E-V115

23
Connection diagrams (1 of 4)
CPU module Extended comm.
CPU module CPU module
module

PU-2431 PU-2432 PU-2433 ECOM

COM7 COM7

LAN RJ45 X7
Serial Serial
X1 1
Port 1 1) Port 11) Serial
Ethernet X1
Port 11)

RS232 RS232
RS422/485 LAN RJ45 X1 RS232
RS422/485
fibre-optic fibre-optic RS422/485
Ethernet fibre-optic
COM8

LAN RJ45 2 LAN RJ45 X2


Serial
X2
Port 2 1) Ethernet Ethernet Serial
X2
Port 21)
Ethernet Ethernet
RS232
RS422/485
RS232
fibre-optic LAN 3 LAN X3 RS422/485
fibre-optic

fibre-optic fibre-optic
Ethernet Ethernet
Serial
X3
Port 31)
ü 4 LAN X4
LAN RJ45 X4
RS232
Ethernet RS422/485
fibre-optic fibre-optic fibre-optic
COM2 COM2 COM2

Control Control Control


RJ45 X5 RJ45 5 RJ45 X5
panel panel panel

RS485 RS485 RS485 Serial


X4
Port 41)
COM1 COM1 COM1

Local Local Local


RJ45 X6 RJ45 6 RJ45 X6 RS232
service service service
RS422/485
RS232 RS232 RS232 fibre-optic

Connection diagrams – PU-243x- and communication2 module

1
order option
2
also available as variant with serial X21 interface

24
Connection diagrams (2 of 4)
Star coupler Digital input Digital output
Command module Command module
module module module

SC DIU20 DO20 CO20 DIU10C4


Command Command PIN
Digital inputs PIN
PIN Digital outputs PIN outputs outputs 1
1
1 CO 1.1 X1
VI 1 2
DI 1 DO 1 CO 1.2 CO 1 2
X1 X1 - 2
VI 2
DI 2 DO 2 1
- 3 CO 2.1 X2
3
VI X1 3 1 2
DI 3 DO 3 CO 2.2 X1
- 4 4
RS422/485 VI 4
DI 4 DO 4 1
4 wire - CO 3.1
5 5 2 X3 CO 2 5
CO 3.2
1 1
VI 1 6
DI 5 DO 5 CO 4.1
- 2 2 X4
DI 6
VI
DO 6
2 CO 4.2 1
- 3 X2
VI
DO 7
3 2 1
DI 7 - CO 5.1 X5 CO 3
2
4 2
X2 X2 DI 8
VI
DO 8
4 CO 5.2
- 5
3
5 1
CO 6.1 X6 X2
2 4
VI
1 1 CO 6.2
RS2321 DI 9 DO 9
-
RS422/4851 VI
2 2 CO 7.1
1
CO 4
5
DI 10 DO 10 X7
fibre-optic - 2
VI
3 X3 3 3 CO 7.2 6
DI 11 DO 11
- 4 1
DI 12
VI
DO 12
4 CO 8.1 X8 VI
1
- 5 CO 8.2
2 DI 1 -
5 2
DI 2
VI X3
1 CO 9.1
1 - 3
DI 13
VI
DO 13
1
2
X9
X3 X3 - CO 9.2
2 X4 2 1
VI 4 VI
DI 14 DO 14 DI 3
- 3 CO 10.1
1 - 2
3 X10 VI X4
CO 10.2
2 DI 4 -
RS2321 3
RS422/4851 VI
1 1
DI 15 DO 15 1
fibre-optic - VI1+ 1 VI
VI
2 X5 2 X11 DI 5 -
DI 16 DO 16 5 VI1- 2 2
- VI X5
3 3 DI 6 - 3
VI2+ 1
VI
1 1 VI2- 2 X12 1
DI 17 DO 17 VI
- 2 DI 7 -
VI X6 2 6 2
X4 X4 DI 18 DO 18 VI X6
- 3 K504 DI 8 -
3 K503 3
1
1 1
DI 19
VI
DO 19
1 2 X13 DI 9
VI
RS2321 - 3 -
2 X7 2
RS422/4851 DI 20
VI
DO 20
2 7 DI 10 -
VI X7
fibre-optic - 3 ITest 3
3 -
Digital inputs
Option

Connection diagrams – Star coupler-, digital input-, digital output- and command modules

1
on request

25
Connection diagrams (3 of 4)
Analog input Analog output
Temperature capture module module CTVT module
module

AI-2010 PT100 AO-2000 CTVT


Analog PIN
outputs
Analog inputs PIN PT100 inputs PT100 inputs 1 Transducer Pin
Pin Pin
AO 1 inputs
TI 1 TI 1 2 X1
1 1
+ 2/4 wire r 1 4 wire r 1
AI 1 - 2 X1 2/4 wire w 2 X1 4 wire w 2 X11
3 TI 1 I 2
ϑ ϑ
TGND 1 3 3
1 3

2 TI 2 I 4
X1
TI 2 TI 2
X2
+ 1 2/4 wire r 1 4 wire r 1
3 5
AI 2 - 2 X2 2/4 wire w 2 X2 4 wire w 2 X12
ϑ ϑ TI 3 I 6
TGND 2 3 3 1
AO 2 2 X3 7
TI 3 TI 3
+ 1 2/4 wire r 1 4 wire r 1 3 TI 41) I 8
AI 3 - 2 X3 2/4 wire w 2 X3 4 wire w 2 X13
ϑ ϑ 1
TGND 3 3 3
1
2 X4 PT100
4r 2
TI 4 TI 4 3 2r
+ 1 2/4 wire r 1 4 wire r 1 TI 41) ϑ2w 3 X2
AI 4 X4 2/4 wire w 2 X4 4 wire w 2 X14 4w
- 2
ϑ ϑ 1
4
TGND 4 3 3
AO 3 2
X5
1
TI 5 TI 5 3
1 2/4 wire r 1 4 wire r 1
+ TI 41) V X3
AI 5 - 2 X5 2/4 wire w 2 X5 4 wire w 2 X15 1 2
ϑ ϑ
TGND 5 3 3
2
X6 1
3
TI 6 TI 6 TI 5 V
+ 1 2/4 wire r 1 4 wire r 1
2
1
AI 6 - 2 X6 2/4 wire w 2 X6 4 wire w 2 X16
ϑ ϑ AO 4 3
TGND 6 3 3 2
X7
3
TI 6 V
4
TI 7 TI 7
+ 1 2/4 wire r 1 4 wire r 1
1 5
X4
AI 7 - 2 X7 2/4 wire w 2 X7 4 wire w 2 X17
ϑ ϑ 2 X8 TI 7 V
TGND 7 3 3
6
3
7
TI 8 TI 8
+ 1 2/4 wire r 1 4 wire r 1
TI 8 V
AI 8 - 2 X8 2/4 wire w 2 X8 4 wire w 2 X18 8
ϑ ϑ
TGND 8 3 3

Connection diagrams – Analog input-, temperature capture-, analog output- and CTVT module

1
depends on variant

26
Connection diagrams (4 of 4)
Modem switch Digital input Digital output Power supply module
Redundant power supply module
module module solid state (incl. Command module)
module
DI32 DOS32 PS-RED PS
MSW Digital inputs PIN Signalling outputs PIN
+ Command
VI +
1 SO 1 1 outputs PIN
DI 1 - + Power relay
- SO 2 PIN
VI +
2 2 outputs 1)
DI 2 - - + 1
VI +
3 SO 3 3 1
DI 3 - - + 2
Common VI + 4 SO 4 4
2
CO 1
X1 DI 4 - - + X1 PO 1
port 5 X1 SO 5 5 3
VI +
DI 5 - - + 3
X11*
6 SO 6 6 X1
VI + 4
DI 6 - - + 4
D-Sub 9 m + 7 SO 7 7
VI
RS232 DI 7 - - + CO 2
5
VI +
8 SO 8 8 5
DI 8 -
PO 2
- 9 + 6
SO 9 1 6
1 + 1
VI + SO 10 2
DI 9 - - 1 1
2 +
V + SO 11 3 2
DI 10 - I - 2 2
CO 3
External + 3 + AO 1 X2
X2 V
DI 11 - I SO 12 4
3
port -
4 + 3
X2 3
V + SO 13 5 X12*
DI 12 - I - 4
5 X2 + 4
V + SO 14 6 1
DI 13 - I -
D-Sub 9 f 6 + 5
V + SO 15 75 CO 4
RS232 DI 14 - I -
+ AO 2
2 X3
7
V + SO 16 86 6
DI 15 - I - 3
8
VI + VI + 17
DI 16 - - - Alarm- /
9
28
X3
command-
+ outputs
VI +
1 SO 17 1 1
DI 17 - - + DI 1
VI
Internal 2 SO 18 2 -
VI + 2 X13*
X3 DI 18 - - + DI 2
VI
port 3 SO 19 3 -
VI + 3
DI 19 - - +
VI +
4 SO 20 4
DI 20 - - + 1
D-Sub 9 f 5 X3 SO 21 5
X4 DI 3
VI
VI + 1) -
DI 21 - 2 X14*
RS232 - +
DI 4
VI
VI +
6 SO 22 6 -
DI 22 - - + 3
Ext. Int. 7 SO 23 7
VI +
DI 23 - - + 1
B A VI +
8 SO 24 8
DI 5
VI
DI 24 - - -
9 + VI
2 X15*
SO 25 1 DI 6 -
+ 3
1
V + SO 26 2 Power Power
DI 25 - I -
2 + supply supply 1
V + SO 27 + VI
DI 26 - I -
3 1 + 1 DI 7 -
3 + VAux VAux 2 X16*
Universal volt. V + SO 28 4 VI
DI 27 - I - DI 8 -
switch input PIN V +
4
SO 29
+ X5 3
DI 28 - I -
5
- - 2 X1 - - 2 X5
1 5 X4 +
VI + V + SO 30 6 1
DI 29 - I - VI
SI X4 6 + DI 9
-
- 2 V + SO 31 7 3 3 VI
2 X17*
DI 30 - I - DI 10
7 + -
V + SO 32 8 3
DI 31 - I -
8
V + VI + 1 Universal digital
DI 32 - I - 9 - X6
2 inputs
1)
Option *) until 03.2005: X1...X7

Connection diagrams – Modem switch-, digital input-, digital output solid-state- and (redundant) power supply module

27
SPRECON-E-C
Multifunctional Automation Platform for Control and
Monitoring of Power Supply and Utilities

Technical Brochure

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