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Technical Data C264/EN TD/B30

MiCOM C264/C264C

TECHNICAL DATA
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CONTENT

1. SCOPE OF THE DOCUMENT 3

2. CONFORMITY 4

3. GENERAL DATA 5
3.1 Design 5
3.2 Installation Position 5
3.3 Degree of Protection 5
3.4 Weight 5
3.5 Dimensions and Connections 5
3.6 Terminals 5
3.7 Creepage Distances and Clearances 6

4. RATINGS 7
4.1 Auxiliary Voltage 7
4.2 Digital inputs 7
4.2.1 DIU200 7
4.2.2 DIU210 8
4.2.3 CCU200 9
4.3 Digital outputs 10
4.3.1 DOU200 10
4.3.2 CCU200 10
4.3.3 BIU241 11
4.4 Analogue inputs 11
4.5 CT/VT inputs 12
4.5.1 Currents 12
4.5.2 Voltages 13
4.5.3 A/D converter 13

5. BURDENS 14
5.1 Auxiliary Voltage 14
5.2 Power supply 14
5.3 CPU board 14
5.4 Digital inputs 14
5.4.1 DIU200 14
5.4.2 DIU210 14
5.5 Digital outputs 15
5.5.1 DOU200 15
5.5.2 CCU200 15
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5.6 Analogue inputs 15


5.7 Ethernet Switches 15
5.8 CT / VT inputs 15
5.9 Front panels 15

6. ACCURACY 16
6.1 Reference Conditions 16
6.2 Measurement Accuracy 16

7. TYPE TESTS 17
7.1 Dielectric Withstand 17
7.2 Mechanical Test 17
7.3 Atmospheric Test 18
7.4 “DC” Auxiliary Supply Test 18
7.5 “AC” Auxiliary Supply Test 19
7.6 EMC 19
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1. SCOPE OF THE DOCUMENT


This document is a chapter of MiCOM C264 documentation binders, describing the
Technical data of this computer.
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2. CONFORMITY
(Per Article 10 of EC Directive 72/73/EC).
The product designated “MiCOM C264/C264C computer” has been designed and
manufactured in conformance with the European standards EN 60255-6 and EN 61010-1
and with the ‘EMC Directive’ and the ‘Low Voltage Directive’ issued by the Council of the
European Community.
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3. GENERAL DATA
3.1 Design
Surface-mounted case suitable for wall installation or flush-mounted case for 19” cabinets
and for control panels.
3.2 Installation Position
Vertical ±15°
3.3 Degree of Protection
Per DIN VDE 0470 and EN 60529 or IEC 60529.
IP52 for the front panel.
IP52 for the rack of MiCOM C264C
IP20 for the rack of MiCOM C264.
3.4 Weight
Case 40 TE: approx. 4 kg
Case 80 TE: approx. 8 kg
3.5 Dimensions and Connections
See dimensional drawings (Hardware description section – C264_EN_HW) and terminal
connection diagrams (C264_EN_CO).
3.6 Terminals
PC Interface:
DIN 41652 connector, type female D-Sub, 9-pin on the front panel.
A direct wired cable is required.
Ethernet LAN (in the rear panel through the CPU260 board):
RJ-45 female connector, 8-pin for the 10/100Base-T self-negotiation.
ST female connector for the 100Base-F.
IRIG-B Input (optional, in the rear panel through the CPU260 board):
BNC plug.
Conventional communication links:
M3 threaded terminal ends, self-centring with wire protection for conductor cross sections
from 0.2 to 2.5 mm² for BIU241 board.
DIN 41652 connector; type D-Sub, 9-pin on the CPU260 board in the rear panel.
Optical fibres trough ECU200 (external RS232/optical converter): optical plastic fibre
connection per IEC 874-2 or DIN 47258 or ST ® glass fibre optic connection (ST ® is a
registered trademark of AT&T Lightguide Cable Connectors)
Inputs /Outputs or power supply modules:
M3 threaded terminal ends, self-centring with wire protection for conductor cross sections
from 0.2 to 2.5 mm² for DIU200, DIU210, DOU200, CCU200, AIU201, AIU210 and BIU241
boards.
The I/O boards and BIU241 are equipped with a 24-way 5.08 mm pitch male connector.
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Current-measuring and Voltage-measuring inputs:


M5 threaded terminal ends, self-centring with wire protection for conductor cross sections
between 2.5 and 4 mm² for TMU200 Transducerless (4CT+4VT) board.
The TMU200 (4CT+4VT) board is equipped with a “MiCOM: ASSEMBLY CONNECTEUR
BLOCKL GJ104” connector.
3.7 Creepage Distances and Clearances
Per EN 61010-1 and IEC 664-1.
Pollution degree 3, working voltage 250 V.
Overvoltage category III, impulse test voltage 5 kV.
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4. RATINGS
4.1 Auxiliary Voltage
MiCOM C264/C264C computers are available in four auxiliary voltage versions, specified in
the table below:

Version Nominal ranges Operative DC range Operative AC range


A01 24 VDC 19.2 – 28.8 V -
A02 48 to 60 VDC 38.4 – 72 V -
A03 110 to 125 VDC 88 – 150 V -
A04 220 VDC and VAC 176 – 264 V 176 – 264 V

The nominal frequency (Fn) for the AC auxiliary voltage is dual rated at 50/60Hz, the operate
range is 45Hz to 65Hz.

The main characteristics of the BIU241 board are:

• Power supply: 40 W

• Nominal output voltage: + 5V

• Supply monitoring

• Power loss withstands capacity: 50 ms

• Protection against polarity reversal

• Insulation resistance: >100 MΩ ( CM) at 500 VDC

• Dielectric withstand: 2 kV (CM) – 50 Hz during 1min


4.2 Digital inputs
4.2.1 DIU200
The DIU200 board is available in four nominal voltage versions that characteristics are
specified in the table below.
The DIU200 board has 16 digital inputs..

Version Nominal voltage (+/-20%) Triggering threshold (VDC)


A01 24 VDC if V >10 .1VDC Input is set
A02 48 to 60 VDC if V >17.4 VDC Input is set
A03 110 to 125 VDC if V > 50 VDC Input is set
A04 220 VDC if V > 108 VDC Input is set
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The DIU200 board is designed to allow 2 inputs serially connected. This answers to the
following need:

Un

IN1 IN2

C264

0 VDC C0124ENa

If R is open then IN1 and IN2 are set.


If R is closed then IN1 is set, IN2 is reset.
With this scheme, when IN1 is reset, this means that there is a problem into the external
wiring.
The input current at nominal voltage is detailed in chapter 5.4.
There are at maximum 15 DIU boards (including DIU200 and DIU210) inside a C264 rack.
4.2.2 DIU210
The DIU210 board works for all voltages between 24V and 220 DC (+/- 20%)
The DIU210 board has 16 digital inputs.
Whichever voltage, the triggering threshold is 19VDC
The maximum number of DIU210 board in one C264 rack depend on the rack type and on
the voltage level of inputs.
Please refer to the following table :

Maximum Maximum
DIU210 boards in 40TE racks DIU210 boards in 80TE racks
24V 2 8
48V 6 15
110-125V 3 10
>=220V 1 5
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The DIU210 board is designed to allow 2 inputs serially connected. This answers to the
following need:

Un

IN1 IN2

C264

0 VDC C0124ENa

If R is open then IN1 and IN2 are set.


If R is closed then IN1 is set, IN2 is reset.
With this scheme, when IN1 is reset, this means that there is a problem into the external
wiring.
The input current at nominal voltage is detailed in chapter 5.4.
There are at maximum 15 DIU boards (including DIU200 and DIU210) inside a C264 rack.

4.2.3 CCU200

The characteristics of the 8 inputs of CCU200 board are the same as the DIU200 board.
There are at maximum 15 CCU200 boards inside a C264 rack.
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4.3 Digital outputs


4.3.1 DOU200
The characteristics of the Output Relay Contacts of the DOU200 board are specified in the
table below:

Features Values
Operating voltage 24 to 250 VDC / 230 VAC
Make 2,5A
Carry 2,5A continuous
30 A for 500 ms or 100 A for 30 ms
Break DC: 50 W resistive, 15 W inductive (L/R = 20 ms)
AC : 1250 VA resistive, 1250 VA inductive (cosϕ = 0,7)
In these conditions, the contact resistance is still lower
than 250 mΩ for 10000 operations
Operating time Break < 7 ms
8 simple pole contacts Normally open
2 double pole contacts 1 Normally open +1 Normally close

• Isolation: 2 kV – 50 Hz (CM)

• The board is designed and monitored to avoid inadvertent controls.

• There are at maximum 15 DOU200 boards inside a C264 rack..

4.3.2 CCU200
The characteristics of the 4 Output Relay Contacts of the CCU200 board are specified in the
table below:
Each relay of the CCU board has double pole contacts. To get the characteristics described
below, the two output contacts of each relay are to be wired in serial.

Features Values
Operating voltage 24 to 250 VDC / 230 VAC
Make 5A
Carry 5A continuous
30 A for 500 ms or 250 A for 30 ms
Break DC : 100 W resistive, 30 W inductive (L/R = 40 ms)
AC : 1250 VA resistive, 1250 VA inductive (cosϕ = 0,7)
In these conditions, the contact resistance is still lower
than 250 mΩ for 10000 operations
Operating time Break < 7 ms
Double pole contacts Normally open

• Isolation: 2 kV – 50 Hz (CM)

• The board is designed and monitored to avoid inadvertent controls..

• There are at maximum 15 CCU200 boards inside a C264 rack..


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4.3.3 BIU241

The characteristics of the Watchdog Relay Contacts of the BIU241 board are the same as
the contacts “NO+NC” contacts of the DOU200 board.

The characteristics of the two output relays used for C264 redundancy are the same as the
single pole one on the DOU200 board.
4.4 Analogue inputs
The AIU201 board provides 4 independent analogue inputs. Each AI can be configured in
voltage or current range individually as specified in the table below:

Type Ranges
Current input range ±1mA
±2,5 mA
±5 mA
±10 mA
±20 mA
4-20 mA
Voltage input range ± 1,25V
±2,5V
±5V
± 10V
Sampling period 100 ms
Accuracy 0,1% full scale at 25°C
AD conversion 16 bit
Common mode rejection ratio (CMMR) > 100dB
Serial mode rejection ratio (SMMR) > 40dB
gains range (user-selectable) 1, 2, 4, 10
Input impedance for voltage inputs 11 KΩ
Input impedance for current inputs 75 Ω

The ranges are configures by software (PACiS configurator).


The current/voltage selection is done by choosing the input number of the connector.
There are at maximum 6 AIU boards (including AIU201 and AIU210) inside a C264 rack.
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The AIU210 board provides 8 independent analogue inputs. Each AI can be configured in
current range only as specified in the table below:

Type Ranges
Current input range ±1mA
±2,5 mA
±5 mA
±10 mA
±20 mA
4-20 mA
Sampling period 100 ms
Accuracy 0,1% full scale at 25°C
AD conversion 16 bit
Common mode rejection ratio (CMMR) > 100dB
Serial mode rejection ratio (SMMR) > 40dB
gains range (user-selectable) 1, 2, 4, 10
Input impedance for current inputs 75 Ω

The ranges are configures by software (PACiS configurator).


The current selection is done by choosing the input number of the connector.
There are at maximum 6 AIU boards (including AIU201 and AIU210) inside a C264 rack.

4.5 CT/VT inputs


4.5.1 Currents
There are two available nominal currents with two different allocations on the terminal block.
The four measurement Current Transformers (4 CT) inputs have the following
characteristics:

Operating range
Features
1A 5A
Nominal AC current (IN) 1 Aeff 5 Aeff
Minimum measurable current with same 0.2 Aeff 0.2 Aeff
accuracy
Maximum measurable current 4 Aeff 20 Aeff
Frequency 50 or 60 Hz ± 10% 50 or 60 Hz ± 10%

CT load rating:

Withstand
Duration
1A 5A
3 second (not measurable, without 6 Aeff 30 Aeff
destruction)
1 second (not measurable, without 20 Aeff 100 Aeff
destruction)
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4.5.2 Voltages
The four measurement Voltage Transformers (4 VT) inputs have the following
characteristics:

Features Operating range


Nominal AC voltage (VN) 57.73 Veff to 500 Veff .
Minimum measurable voltage 7 Veff
Maximum measurable voltage 577 Veff
Frequency operating range 50 or 60 Hz ± 10%

VT load rating:

Duration Withstand
10 second without destruction 880 Veff

4.5.3 A/D converter


The A/D converter of the TMU200 board has the following characteristics:

Features Values
Width 16 bits
Conversion period < 30 µs
Scanning period 64 samples/period
Linearity error ± 2 LSB
SINAD ratio up to 1khz 0db
Low passed filter at 1khz -40db/decade
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5. BURDENS
5.1 Auxiliary Voltage
The MiCOM C264/C264C computer burdens are specified in the table below:

Version Nominal Maximum


C264C 15W 22W
C264 20W 40W

5.2 Power supply


The BIU241 board burden on the internal 5V bus is 1,25W. This takes into account
watchdog, redundancy relays and communication ports.
The efficiency of the power supply is 78%.
5.3 CPU board
The CPU200 board burden on the internal 5V and 12V bus is 3,3W.

5.4 Digital inputs


5.4.1 DIU200
The DIU200 board burdens are specified in the table below:

Version Nominal wetting voltage Current at Un (mA)


A01 24 VDC 3.5
A02 48 to 60 VDC 5 for 48 VDC
6.8 for 60 VDC
A03 110 to 125 VDC 2.5 for110 VDC
3 for 125 VDC
A04 220 VDC 2

The DIU200 board burden on the internal 5V bus is 75mW.


5.4.2 DIU210
The DIU210 board burdens are specified in the table below:

Nominal wetting voltage Current at Un (mA)


24 VDC >25
48 to 60 VDC 3.8
110 to 125 VDC 4
220 VDC 4.1

The DIU210 board burden on the internal 5V bus is 75Mw.


Power consumption per input :
Un = 24V to 110V DC : 0,5W ± 30% per input
Un > 110V : 5mA ± 30%
From 48V to 220Vdc wetting voltage, a high current consumption is created on binary inputs
during a short period and circulates through external binary contacts to clean them. See the
peak current response curve.
WARNING : FOR THE 24V WETTING VOLTAGE, THERE IS NO SHORT PEAK
CURRENT BECAUSE OF THE PERMANENT HIGH CONSUMPTION ON
INPUTS >25mA.
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The current peak response curve.

35

30

25
Current (mA) 20

15

10

0
0 50 100 150 200 250 300
Tension (V)
C0159ENa

5.5 Digital outputs


5.5.1 DOU200
The DOU200 board burden on the internal 5V bus is 250mW plus 200mW per activated
relay.
5.5.2 CCU200
The CCU200 board burden on the internal 5V bus is 400mW plus 200mW per activated
relay.

5.6 Analogue inputs


The AIU201 and the AIU210 boards burden on the internal 5V bus is 1 W.

5.7 Ethernet Switches


The SWU200 board burden on the internal 5V bus is 3,85W with 2 optical ports.
The SWR200 board burden on the internal 5V bus is 4 W.
5.8 CT / VT inputs
The TMU200 burdens on inside transformers are specified in the table below:

CT burden (at nominal current – IN) Nominal consumption (VA)


1A <0.1
5A <0.5

VT burden (at nominal voltage – VN ) Nominal consumption (VA)


Vn = 130 Veff <0.1

The TMU200 board burden on the internal 5V bus is 600mW


5.9 Front panels
The GHU200 and GHU210 board burden on the internal 5V bus is 600mW when the LCD
screen is not back-lighted and 3W when the LCD screen is back-lighted.
The GHU201 and GHU211 board burden on the internal 5V bus is 600mW.
The GHU202 and GHU212 board burden on the internal 5V bus is <1mW.
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6. ACCURACY
For all specified accuracy, the repeatability is ± 2.5% unless otherwise specified.
If no range is specified for the validity of the accuracy, then the specified accuracy shall be
valid over the full setting range.
6.1 Reference Conditions

Quantity Reference conditions Test tolerance


General
Ambient temperature 20 °C ±2 °C
Atmospheric pressure 86kPa to 106kPa -
Relative humidity 45 to 75 % -
Input energising quantity
Current IN ±5%
Voltage VN ±5%
Frequency 50 or 60Hz ±0.5%
Auxiliary supply DC 48V, 110V or 220V ±5%
AC 220V

6.2 Measurement Accuracy


The TMU200 board has the following characteristics:

Quantity Accuracy
Current 0.2% full scale
Voltage 0.2% full scale
Frequency ± 0.01 Hz
Amplitude < 1%
Phase ± 1°
Overall temperature coefficient ± 10 ppm/°C
Harmonics 15H
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7. TYPE TESTS
7.1 Dielectric Withstand

Type Test Name Type Test Standard Conditions


Insulation Resistance IEC 60255-5 100 MΩ at 500 Vdc (CM & DM)
Dielectric Withstand IEC60255-5 50 Hz, 1mn, 2kV (CM), 1kV (DM)
IEEE C37.90
High Voltage Impulse IEC 60255-5 5 kV CM & 3 kV DM
Test

7.2 Mechanical Test

Type Test Name Type Test Standard Conditions


Free Fall Test IEC 60068-2-31 2 falls of 5 cm (Computer not powered)
Free Fall Packaging IEC 60068-2-32
Test
25 falls of 50 cm (Packaging computer)
Vibration Response – IEC 60255-21-1 Class 2:
Powered On
Acceleration: 1g from 10 to 150Hz
Vibration Response – IEC 60255-21-1 Class 2:
Not Powered On
Acceleration: 2g from 10 to 500Hz
Vibration Endurance – IEC 60068-2-6 Class 2:
Not Powered On
Acceleration: 1g from 10 to 500Hz
Shocks – Not Powered IEC 60255-21-2 Class 1:
On
15g, 11 ms
Shocks – Powered On IEC 60255-21-2 Class 2:
10g, 11 ms
Bump Test – Not IEC 60255-21-2 Class 1:
Powered On
10g, 16ms, 2000/axis
Seismic Test – Powered IEC 60255-21-3 Class 2:
On
Acceleration: 2g
Displacement: 7.5mm upon axe H
Acceleration: 1g
Displacement: 3.5mm upon axe V
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7.3 Atmospheric Test

Type Test Name Type Test Standard Conditions


Damp Heat Test – IEC 60068-2-3 Test Ca:
Operating
+40°C / 10 days / 93% RH
Cold Test - Operating IEC 60068-2-1 Test Ab: - 25°c / 96 H
Cold Test - Storage IEC60068-2-1 Test Ad:
-40°C / 96h
Powered On at –25°C (for information)
Dry Heat Test – IEC 60068-2-2 70°c / 24 H
Operating

Dry Heat Long Test – DICOT HN 46-R01-06 55°c / 10 days


Operating

Dry Heat Test – Storage IEC 60068-2-1 Test Bd:


+70°C / 96h
Powered On at +70°C
Enclosure Protection IEC 60529 Front: IP=52

7.4 “DC” Auxiliary Supply Test

Type Test Name Type Test Standard Conditions


Inrush current (start-up) DICOT HN 46-R01-4 T < 1.5 ms / I < 20 A
1.5ms < T < 150 ms / I < 10 A
T > 500 ms / I < 1.2 In
Supply variation IEC 60255-6 Vn ± 20%
Vn+30% & Vn-25% for information
Overvoltage (peak IEC 60255-6 1.32 Vn max
withstand)
2 Vn during 10 ms (for information)
Ramp down to zero / From Vn down to 0 within 1 minute
From Vn down to 0 within 100 minutes
Ramp up from zero / From 0 up to Vn within 1 minute
From 0 up to Vn within 100 minutes
Supply interruption IEC 60255-11 From 2.5 ms to 1 s at 0.8 Vn
50 ms at Vn, no malfunction
Reverse polarity / Polarity – for the lower potential of the
supply
Polarity + for the lower potential of the
supply
Ripple (frequency IEC 60255-11 12% Vn at f=100Hz or 120Hz
fluctuations)
12% Vn at f=200Hz for information
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7.5 “AC” Auxiliary Supply Test

Type Test Name Type Test Standard Conditions


Supply variations IEC 60255-6 Vn ± 20%
AC Voltage dips & short EN 61000-4-11 2ms to 20ms & 50ms to 1s
interruptions
50 ms at Vn, no malfunction
Frequency fluctuations IEC 60255-6 50 Hz: from 47 to 54 Hz
60 Hz: from 57 to 63 Hz
Voltage withstand / 2 Vn during 10 ms (for information)

7.6 EMC

Type Test Name Type Test Standard Conditions


High Frequency IEC 60255-22-1 Class 3: 2.5kV (CM) / 1kV (DM)
Disturbance
IEC 61000-4-12
IEEE C37.90.1

Electrostatic discharge IEC 60255-22-2 Class 4:


IEC 61000-4-2 8kV contact / 15 kV air
Radiated Immunity IEC 60255-22-3 Class 3:
IEC 61000-4-3 10 V/m – 80 to 1000 MHz
IEEE C37.90.2 & spot tests
35 V/m – 25 to 1000 MHz
Fast Transient Burst IEC 60255-22-4 Class 4: 4kV – 2.5kHz (CM)
IEC 61000-4-4 Class 4: 2.5kV – 2.5kHz (DM) on DI/DO
IEEE C37.90.1
Surge immunity IEC 61000-4-5 Class 4:
4kV (CM) – 2kV (DM)
High frequency IEC 61000-4-6 Class 3:
conducted immunity
10 V, 0.15 – 80 MHz
Harmonics Immunity IEC 61000-4-7 5% & 10% de H2 à H17
Power Frequency IEC 61000-4-8 Class 5:
Magnetic Field Immunity
100A/m for 1mn
1000A/m for 3s
Pulse magnetic field IEC 61000-4-9 Class 5:
immunity
6.4 / 16 µs
1000A/m for 3s
Damped oscillatory IEC 61000-4-10 Class 5:
magnetic field immunity
100 kHz & 1 MHz – 100A/m
Power Frequency IEC 61000-4-16 CM 500 V / DM 250 V via 0.1 µF
Conducted emission EN 55022 Gr. I, class A: from 0.15 to 30 MHz
Radiated emission EN 55022 Gr. I, class A: from 30 to 1000 MHz
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