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EVRC2A INTERFACE SOFTWARE


USERS MANUAL

ENTEC

ENTEC
ELECTRIC & ELECTRONIC CO., LTD

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Version Information.................................................................................................................... 5 System Requirements................................................................................................................. 5 Technical Support....................................................................................................................... 5

1. FEATURES ...................................................................................................................... 6 2. INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................. 7 3. PROGRAM START ........................................................................................................ 8 4. MENU BAR.................................................................................................................... 10


4.1. FILE .................................................................................................................................. 10 4.2. VIEW ................................................................................................................................ 10 4.3. ONLINE ............................................................................................................................ 11 4.4. Change Setting .................................................................................................................. 11 4.5. Download .......................................................................................................................... 11 4.6. Upload Setting................................................................................................................... 12 4.7. HELP................................................................................................................................. 12

5. TOOL BAR..................................................................................................................... 13 6. ADD RECLOSER ITEM .............................................................................................. 14 7. ONLINE CONNECTION ............................................................................................. 17 8. HISTORY DATA RECEIVE......................................................................................... 19
8.1. Setting Value Receive........................................................................................................ 19 8.2. System Status Event Receive ............................................................................................ 20 8.3. Load Profile Event Receive............................................................................................... 21 8.4. Fault Cycle Event Receive ................................................................................................ 22 8.5. Diagnostic Event Receive ................................................................................................. 24 8.6. Class-defined setup Receive.............................................................................................. 25

9. HISTORY DATA VIEW................................................................................................ 26


9.1. Setting Value ..................................................................................................................... 26 9.2. System Status Event View................................................................................................. 30

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9.3. Load Profile Event View ................................................................................................... 33 9.4. Fault Cycle Event View..................................................................................................... 35 9.5. Diagnostic Event View ...................................................................................................... 41 9.6. Actual Value & Control ..................................................................................................... 43

10. CHANGE SETTING................................................................................................... 50


10.1. Relay Setup Change ........................................................................................................ 50 10.2. System Setup Change ...................................................................................................... 51 10.3. Protection Setup Change ................................................................................................. 52 10.4. Monitoring Setup Change................................................................................................ 53 10.5. Class-defined Setup Change............................................................................................ 54

11. SETTING VALUE TRANSFER................................................................................. 61 12. DATA MANAGEMENT ............................................................................................. 62


12.1. History Data Save............................................................................................................ 62 12.2. Setting Value Save........................................................................................................... 63 12.3. RDB File Open ................................................................................................................ 64 12.4. Setting Value File Open................................................................................................... 65 12.5. Class-Defined Information File Open ............................................................................. 65

13. PRINT EXAMPLE...................................................................................................... 67


13.1. Recloser Registration Print Example............................................................................... 67 13.2. Relay Setup Print Example.............................................................................................. 68 13.3. System Setup Print Example ........................................................................................... 69 13.4. Protection Setup Print Example....................................................................................... 70 13.5. Monitoring Setup Print Example..................................................................................... 71 13.6. System Status Event Print Example ................................................................................ 72 13.7. Load Profile Waveform Print Example ........................................................................... 73 13.8. Load Profile Waveform Print Example ........................................................................... 74 13.9. Fault Cycle Summary Print Example .............................................................................. 75 13.10. Fault Cycle Print Example............................................................................................. 76 13.11. Diagnostic Event Print Example.................................................................................... 77 13.12. Class defined Information Print Example ..................................................................... 78

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Version Information
EVRC2A Interface Software 1.5.9.3

System Requirements
Intel Pentium Processor compatible Microsoft Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP Hard disk drive with at least 20MB of free space 32MB system memory EVRC2A Control Ver. 4.41 above

Technical Support
Address Tel Fax E-mail WWW 78-2 Buncheon-Ri, Bongdam-Eup, Hwaseong-City, Kyungki-Do, Korea +82-31-226-1161 +82-31-226-1164 entec@entecene.co.kr http://www.entecene.co.kr

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1. FEATURES
EVRC2A Interface Software is program available WINDOWS, able to manage History Data and Setting Value by connecting Port1(RS232) of EVRC2A. It has features as follows. 1) Recloser can be registered as a Item and registered Recloser is managed as an Area of Equipment. 2) History Data can be managed in each registered Recloser Item. 3) All History Data of Recloser can be recorded and displayed on screen, measured data can be checked by graph. 4) Recorded History Data can be saved as a file and the saved file can be read and printed with Off-Line. 5) In the User Interface Panel, setting can be changed On-Line without using key.

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2. INSTALLATION
Extract the file, launch evrc2aXX.exe for the installation. Following pictures show the program installation. (EVRC2A Interface Software is available in ENTEC website - http://www.entecene.co.kr) 1) Click [Next] 2) Select a folder to be installed.

Click

Click

3) Setup status

4) Installation completed.

Click

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3. PROGRAM START
1) Launch the program from Start/Programs/ENTEC/EVRC2A Interface Software/EVRC2A Interface Software

2) Program starts with logo.

3) Main Screen

Title Bar Tool Bar

Menu Bar

Registration space Wark space

Status Bar

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TITLE BAR
Shows specs of Hardware. (Control Firmware Version 3.01 higher support)

MENU BAR
All program functions are in Menu.

TOOL BAR
Some of functions in MENU BAR can be made for ICON to run easily

WORK SPACE
Shows registered Item and RDB File as Tree Structure.

REGISTRATION SPACE
Saves/displays information of Item such as Mfg.Serial NO.

STATUS BAR
Displays Help Note when Menu or Toolbar is selected and it shows ON-Line/Off-Line status of EVRC2A.

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4. MENU BAR
4.1. FILE
Open function can be operated on OFF-line.

Open: Opens saved History Data File(*.RDB). Save: Saves History Data as a file. Setting Open:
Opens saved Setting File(*.SYS)

Setting Save: Saves Setting Value. Class-Defined Info. Open: Opens saved
Class Defined Information File(*.TXT) It is supported only from DNP 3.0 Protocol.

Quit: It quits the program.

4.2. VIEW
Setting Value: It displays Setting Value
y y y y Relay Setup View Shows the Setting Value of Relay Setup. System Setup View Shows the Setting value of System Setup. Protection Setup View Shows the Setting Value of Protection Setup. Monitoring Setup View Shows the Setting Value of Monitoring Setup.

System Status: It shows System Status Event. Load Profile: It shows Load Profile Event. Fault Cycle Event: It shows Fault Cycle Event. Diagnostic Event: It shows Diagnostic Event. Actual Value & Control: It shows Actual Value of Controller and possible to Remote Control. Workspace: It Shows or hides the Workspace. Tool Bar: It Shows or hides the Tool Bar. Status Bar: It Shows or hides the Status Bar.

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4.3. ONLINE
Connect
Setup communication configuration of EVRC2A and connect online.

4.4. Change Setting


Relay Setup
Change Setting Value of Relay Setup.

System Setup
Change Setting Value of System Setup.

Protection Setup
Change Setting Value of Protection Setup.

Monitoring Setup
Change Setting Value of Monitoring Setup.

4.5. Download
Setting Value
Receive Setting Value.

System Status
Receive System Status Event.

Load Profile
Receive Load Profile Event.

Fault Cycle Event


Receive Fault Cycle Event.

Diagnostic Event
Receive Diagnostic Event.

Download All
Receive above all Information..

Class-defined setup
Receive Class-defined Information.

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4.6. Upload Setting


With On-Line status, after receiving Setting Value, transfer changed Setting Value or transfer saved Setting File (*.SYS).

4.7. HELP
EVRC2A Information
It shows the information of EVRC2A Interface Software. 1) Click the [HOMEPAGE] Button to move to ENTEC website. Click

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5. TOOL BAR
y y Some of functions in MENU BAR can be made for ICON to run easily ICON in box shall be activated when opening History Data File(*.RDB) or during On-Line status

File/Open File/Setting Open View/Setting Value/Protection Setup View View/Load Profile View/Diagnostic Event Online/Connect View/Workspace

File/Save File/Setting Save View/System Status View/Fault Cycle Event View/Actual Value & Control Online/Change Setting/Protection Setup Help/EVRC2A Information

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6. ADD RECLOSER ITEM


y y Many recloser can be managed as registered Items. Registered Reclosers are managed in each Area of Equipment.

1) Fill in each Recloer Registration blank with proper value and press [Register] button.

Mfg. Serial No.


Enter serial Number.
1) Fill in the blanks

Date of Manufacture
Enter date of manufacture.

Date of Equipment
Enter data of Equipment.
2) Click

Area of Equipment
Enter area of Equipment. (After registration, Area of Equipment becomes Item name and the same Item name can not be used at the same time.

Specification
Enter any necessary note for user.

Modify Recloser Registration. Register new Item. Print Recloser Registration. (Please refer to 13.1. Recloser Registration Print Example)

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2) Check that ENTEC-1 Item is created.

3) Item check

3) To modify Recloser Registration of an Item, select an Item, modify information and press [Modify] button.
1) Select registered

2) Modify information 3) Click

EVRC2A Interface Software includes following features about the tree structure.

4) Recloser Registration It is a top of tree structure. Functions are; Refresh: Refresh the tree structure. Scan all: It scans and displays the all RDB files in the selected folder. Delete all: Remove all items from the tree. View only registered area: If it is checked only displayed registered item.

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5) Item It is a item that registered in the registration space. Functions are; Scan Files: It scans and displays the same item name in the selected folder. Delete Item: Remove the selected item from the tree.

6) *.RDB It is a RDB file in the item. Functions are; Change Eq. Area: It changes the item location. Click [Change Eq. Area], [Area of Eq.] is come out. Type into area of equipment, and click, [Change]. If new equipment is set, click [New], and register Recloser Item. Remove from list: Remove the selected file list from the item.

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7. ONLINE CONNECTION
1) Connect Communication Cable to Serial Port on computer. (Both side of Communication Cable are the same type, for more details about Cable information refer to Figure of Communication Cable in User Manual-Recloser Control EVRC2A. 2) Connect the other side of Communication Cable to Port 1 in User Interface Panel. 3) Run EVRC2A Interface Software and select Online/Connect
1) Online/Connect

4) Check Port Setting Status before change and press [Port Setting] button.

2) Click

5) Select Serial Port and Baud Rate to be used in PC and press [OK] button. y y Baud Rate of EVRC2A is fixed for 19.2K. Press [Default Setting] button as below Serial Port: COM1, Baud Rate: 19.2K
4) Click

3) Port/Speed Selection

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<When port setting is correct> On line is shown on Status Bar

<When port setting is incorrect>

Check Serial Port. If Serial Port setting is Tool Bar activates. correct, check cable connection and after exit the program, try again.

6) Select an Item, [OK] button. New History Data will be registered in the selected Item.
6) Click

7) If there is no registered Item, press [New] button.


5) Click

8) Enter a value the same as the method of 6. ADD RECLOSER ITEM and press [Register] button to add new Item.

7) Enter a value

8) Click

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8. HISTORY DATA RECEIVE


8.1. Setting Value Receive
1) Select Online/Download/Setting Value

1) Click

2) Press [OK] button.

2) Click

3) Screens of receiving Setting Value. Receive BANK1 ~ BANK6. (Press [Cancel] button to cancel.)

4) Press [OK] button to complete.

3) Click

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8.2. System Status Event Receive


1) Select Online/Download/System Status

1) Click

2) Press [OK] button.


2) Click

3) Screen of receiving System Status Event. (Press [Cancel] button to cancel.)

4) Press [OK] button to complete.

3) Click

5) Shows System Status View Window after receiving is completed.

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8.3. Load Profile Event Receive


1) Select Online/Download/Load Profile

1) Click

2) Press [OK] button.


2) Click

3) Screen of receiving Load Profile Event. (Press [Cancel] button to cancel.)

4) Press [OK] button to complete.

3) Click

5) Shows Load Profile View Window after receiving is completed.

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8.4. Fault Cycle Event Receive


1) Select Online/Download/Fault Cycle Event

1) Click

2) Press [OK] button.


2) Click

3) Screen of receiving Fault Cycle Event Summary (Press [Cancel] button to cancel.)

4) Press [OK] button to complete.

3) Click

5) Shows Fault Cycle Event Summary View Window after receiving is completed.

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6) Select a data to receive and press [VIEW] button. (Press [ALL] button receive all data in summary, note: it takes more time.)
4) Select a data to receive

7) Press [OK] button.


5) Click

8) Screen of receiving Fault Cycle Event. (Press [Cancel] button to cancel.)

9) Shows Fault Wave Window after receiving is completed.

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8.5. Diagnostic Event Receive


1) Select Online/Download/Diagnostic Event

1) Click

2) Press [OK] button.


2) Click

3) Screen of receiving Diagnostic Event. (Press [Cancel] button to cancel.)

4) Press [OK] button to complete.


3) Click

5) Shows Diagnostic Event View Window after receiving is completed.

Online/Download/Download All can receive all data such as Setting Value, System Status and so on.

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8.6. Class-defined setup Receive


1) Select Online/Download/ Class-defined setup.

1) Click

2) Press [OK] button.

2) Click

3) Screen of receiving Class-Defined Information. (Press [Cancel] button to cancel.)

4) Class-Defined

Information

Window

after

receiving is completed.

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9. HISTORY DATA VIEW


Sub Menu in View Menu indicate ONLINE DATA, OFFLINE DATA on Title Bar depending on the status. <ONLINE DATA> Received data from EVRC2A with OnLine. <OFFLINE DATA> Loaded data from saved File(*.RDB) with Off-Line. File name is displayed.

9.1. Setting Value


9.1.1. Relay Setup View
1) Select View/Setting Value/Relay setup View
1) Click

Relay Setup View has its own tab depending on Communication Protocol.
<DNP 3.0 Setting View> <MODBUS Setting View> <IEC60870-5-104 Setting View>

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2) Press [PRINT] button to print. (For print example, please refer to 13.2 Relay Setup Print Example) 3) To close this Window after checked setting value, press [OK] button.

3) Click 2) Click

9.1.2. System Setup View


1) Select View / Setting Value / System Setup View

1) Click

2) Press [PRINT] button to print. (For print example, please refer to 13.3. System Setup Print Example) 3) To close this Window after checked setting value, press [CLOSE] button.
2) Click 3) Click

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9.1.3. Protection Setup View


1) Select View/Setting Value/Protection Setup View

1) Click

2) To see Primary Setting Value, select [Primary] button and to see Alternate Setting Value, select [Alternate] button. To see Other Setting(BANK1~6) Value, select [Others] button. 3) Press [PRINT] button to print. (For print example, please refer to 13.4. Protection Setup Print Example)
2) Select Pri./Alter./Others

3) Click

4) To close this Window after checked setting value, press [CLOSE] button.

4) Click

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9.1.4. Monitoring Setup View


1) Select View/Setting Value/Monitoring Setup View

1) Click

2) To see Primary Setting Value, select [Primary] button and to see Alternate Setting Value, select [Alternate] button. To see Other Setting(BANK1~6) Value, select [Others] button.
2) Select Pri./Alter./Others

3) Press [PRINT] button to print. (For print example, please refer to 13.5. Monitoring Setup Print Example) 4) To close this Window after checked setting value, press [OK] button.
3) Click

4) Click

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9.2. System Status Event View


1) Select View/System Status
1) Click

2) Select dates to search Events during chosen dates and press. [Search] button. 3) Press [PRINT] button to print. (For print example, please refer to 13.6. System Status Event Print Example)
2) Click

3) Click

4) System Status View Window

Setting Area
Shows Area of Equipment.

No
Numbering is apply from the lastest Event. 500 Event is displayed from 1 to 500.

TYPE
It shows a kind of Event. For each Event please refer to Table 9-1. SYSTEM STATUS EVENTS for more detail.

STATUS
HI/ASSERT: An Event in STATUS has occurred. LO/DEASSERT: An Event in STATUS has disoccurred.

Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Sec, msec


It shows year, month, day, hour, minute, second, 1/1000 second of Event occurred.

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Table 9-1. SYSTEM STATUS EVENTS (1/2) EVENT PHASE F PHASE D GROUND F GROUND D NEUTRAL F NEUTRAL D NEG SEQ F NEG SEQ D P HIGH LO G HIGH LO N HIGH LO NEG HIGH LO P HIGH TR G HIGH TR N HIGH TR NEG HIGH TR SEF TR P-DEMT TR G DEMT TR FREQ TR UNDER1VOLT UNDER2VOLT OVER1 VOLT OVER2 VOLT SYNCH CHK 52A 79 RESET 79 CYCLE 79LOCKOUT DESCRIPTION Phase fast protection element Phase delay protection element Ground fast protection element Ground delay protection element Neutral fast protection element Neutral delay protection element Negative Sequence fast protection element Negative Sequence fast protection element Phase High Current lockout protection element Ground High Current lockout protection element Neutral High Current lockout protection element Negative Sequence High Current lockout protection element Phase High Current Trip protection element Ground High Current Trip protection element Neutral High Current Trip protection element Negative Sequence High Current Trip protection element Sensitive Earth Fault protection element Phase demand Trip element Phase demand Trip element Frequency Protection element Under-voltage 1 protection element Under-voltage 2 protection element Over-voltage 1 protection element Over-voltage 2 protection element Synchro Check 52A contact status Sequence reset status Sequence cycle status Sequence lockout status

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Table 9-1. SYSTEM STATUS EVENTS (2/2) EVENT LOCAL CL LOCAL OP LOCAL FI/R LOCAL BT PROT EN GND EN SEF EN RECLOSE EN CONTR LOCK REMOTE EN ALT EN PROG1 EN PROG2 EN HOTLINE EN AC POWER EXT OPEN EXT CLOSE CB LOCK FAIL TRIP FAIL CLOSE EXT IN01-08 SYS ALARM TRIP-SIG CLOSE-SIG DESCRIPTION Front Panel CLOSE pushbutton Front Panel OPEN pushbutton Front Panel FI RESET pushbutton Front Panel BATTERY LOAD TEST pushbutton Front Panel PROTECTION ENABLED pushbutton Front Panel GROUND ENABLED pushbutton Front Panel SEF ENABLED pushbutton Front Panel SEF ENABLED pushbutton Front Panel SEF ENABLED pushbutton Front Panel SEF ENABLED pushbutton Front Panel SEF ENABLED pushbutton Front Panel SEF ENABLED pushbutton Front Panel SEF ENABLED pushbutton Front Panel SEF ENABLED pushbutton AC supply status External OPEN element External CLOSE element Circuit Breaker (Recloser) LOCK FAIL TRIP FAIL CLOSE External INPUT01-08 Active System Alarm Active Trip Signal Close Signal

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9.3. Load Profile Event View


1) Select View/Load Profile
1) Click

2) Enter searching dates, press [Search] button, Events that occurred within the dates, display. 3) Select a data to receive and press [Graph] button to see Load Profile Waveform.
4) Select a data to receive

2) Click

3) Click

4) Load Profile Waveform Window

1) I Waveform

3) Waveform Range

2) Power Waveform

4) Grid 5) Waveform

6) CONFIG 7) Waveform Print

I Waveform: Display Current Waveform. Power Waveform: Display Power Waveform. Waveform Range: Set the minimum and maximum value on Y axis (Vertical) in graph. Grid - Axis: Set Vertical line and Horizontal line. - Type: Set the line shape (THIN, THICK, DOT, DASH).

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Waveform Type: Set the Waveform shape (Line, Line+Dot, Curve, Curve+Dot) Configuration: Select Current and Power Wave elements to display. Please refer to 4) Fault Waveform Window of 9.4. Fault Cycle Event View for more details. Waveform Print: Print Waveform. (For print example, please refer to 13.7. Load Profile Waveform Print Example) 5) Press [PRINT] button to print Load Profile Event. (For print example, please refer to 13.8. Load Profile Waveform Print
4) Click

Example)

6) Load Profile View Window

Setting Area
Shows Area of Equipment.

No
Numbering is apply from the lastest Event. 1024 Event is displayed from 1 to 1024

Ia, Ib, Ic, Ig


Shows Phase, A, B, C, Ground Current.

Real P.A, P.B, PC, P3P


Shows Real Power A, B, C, 3.

Reac P.A, P.B, PC, P3P


Shows Reactive Power A, B, C, 3.

Y, M, D, H, M, S
It shows year, month, day, hour, minute, second of Event occurred.

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9.4. Fault Cycle Event View


1) Select View/Fault Cycle Event. 2) Press [PRINT] button to print Fault Cycle Event Summary. (For print example, please refer to 13.9. Fault Cycle Summary Print
4) Click

1) Click

Example)
3) Select data

3) Select Fault Cycle to see and press [VIEW] button.


2) Click

4) Fault Waveform Window

1) Fault Waveform(A) 4) Waveform Range

5) Grid

6) Waveform 2) Fault Waveform(B)

3) Fault Analysis

7) CONFIG 8) Waveform Print

Fault Waveform(A): displayed

Fault Wave element which is set in Configuration window Axis 1 are

Fault Waveform(B): Fault Wave elements which is set in Configuration window Axis 2 are displayed Fault Analysis: Fault Analysis Signals are displayed. These signals are set in Configuration

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window in Digital Axis. Waveform Range: Set the minimum and maximum value on Y axis(Vertical) in graph. Grid - Axis: Set Vertical line and Horizontal line. - Type: Set the Axis line shape (THIN, THICK, DOT, DASH). Waveform Type: Set the shape of Waveform (Line, Line+Dot, Curve, Curve+Dot) CONFIG: Collect elements display in Fault Waveform(A) , in Fault Waveform (B) and in Fault Analysis. Display elements include Status, Protection, Control, etc. - Element adding: Axis1 Elements and Axis2 Elements can be selected from Analog. Select an element in Analog and drag it into Axis1 or Axis 2. One element can be selected at one time and Digital Axis can have 8 elements. - Element Deleting: Select an element in Axis list and drag it out to Analog. It is opposite way of element adding step. - OK: To store Axis list change information. Waveform Print: Print Waveform. (For print example, please refer to 13.10. Fault Cycle Print Example)

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Table 9-2. ANALYSIS ELEMENTS (1/3) ELEMENT 27A1 27B1 27C1 3P27-1 27TO1 27A2 27B2 27C2 3P27-2 27TO2 59A1 59B1 59C1 3P59-1 59TO1 59A2 59B2 59C2 3P59-2 59TO2 50P1 50P2 50G1 50G2 46(50)-1 46(50)-2 67P1 67P2 67I2-1 DESCRIPTION A Phase: Under Voltage 1 - Pickup B Phase: Under Voltage 1 - Pickup C Phase: Under Voltage 1 - Pickup Three Phase: Under Voltage 1 - Pickup Under Voltage 1 - Timeout A Phase: Under Voltage 2 - Pickup B Phase: Under Voltage 2 Pickup C Phase: Under Voltage 2 Pickup Three Phase: Under Voltage 2 Pickup Under Voltage 2 Timeout A Phase: Over Voltage 1 Pickup B Phase: Over Voltage 1 Pickup C Phase: Over Voltage 1 Pickup Three Phase: Over Voltage 1 Pickup Over Voltage 1 Timeout A Phase: Over Voltage 2 Pickup B Phase: Over Voltage 2 Pickup C Phase: Over Voltage 2 Pickup Three Phase: Over Voltage 2 Pickup Over Voltage 2 Timeout Phase: High Current Lockout Pickup Phase: High Current Trip Pickup Ground: High Current Lockout Pickup Ground: High Current Trip Pickup Negative Seq: High Current Lockout Pickup Negative Seq: High Current Trip Pickup Phase: Directional High Current Lockout Pickup Phase: Directional High Current Trip Pickup Negative Seq: Directional High Current Lockout Pickup

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Table 9-2. ANALYSIS ELEMENTS (2/3) ELEMENT 67I2-2 67G1 67G2 67SEF 51P1 51P2 51G1 51G2 51SEF 46(51)-1 T46(51)-2 51P1TO 51P2TO 51G1TO 51G2TO 46(51)-1TO 46(51)-2TO 67P1T 67G1T 67Q1T 67P2T 67G2T 67Q2T 67SEF-TO PDEMT GDEMT QDEMT 79Reset 79Cycle DESCRIPTION Negative Seq: Directional High Current Trip Pickup Ground: Directional High Current Lockout Pickup Ground : Directional High Current Trip Pickup Directional Sensitive Earth Fault Pickup Phase: Fast Time-Overcurrent Pickup Phase: Delay Time-Overcurrent Pickup Ground: Fast Time-Overcurrent Pickup Ground: Delay Time-Overcurrent Pickup Sensitive Earth Fault Pickup Negative Seq: Fast Time-Overcurrent Pickup Negative Seq: Delay Time-Overcurrent Pickup Phase: Fast Time-Overcurrent Timeout Phase: Delay Time-Overcurrent Timeout Ground: Fast Time-Overcurrent Timeout Ground: Delay Time-Overcurrent Timeout Negative Seq: Fast Time-Overcurrent Timeout Negative Seq: Delay Time-Overcurrent Timeout Phase: Directional Fast Time-Overcurrent Timeout Ground: Directional Fast Time-Overcurrent Timeout Negative Seq: Directional Fast Time-Overcurrent Timeout Phase: Directional Delay Time-Overcurrent Timeout Ground: Directional Delay Time-Overcurrent Timeout Negative Seq': Directional Delay Time-Overcurrent - Timeout Directional Sensitive Earth Fault - Timeout Phase Demand - Timeout Ground Demand - Timeout Negative Seq' Demand - Timeout 79 Reset 79 Cycle

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Table 9-2. ANALYSIS ELEMENTS (3/3) ELEMENT 79Lockout Shot0 Shot1 Shot2 Shot3 Shot4 CLOSE 25P VTFAIL 81P 81TO CLP-OC CLP-RMT CLP-OCTO CLP-RMTTO P-CLP G-CLP Q-CLP 52A TRIP CLOSE-F OUT01 ~ 08 ALARM IN01 ~ 08 DESCRIPTION 79 Lockout 79 Shot Counter 79 Shot Counter 79 Shot Counter 79 Shot Counter 79 Shot Counter Close Signal Synchronism Pickup Voltage Transformer Fail Under Frequency - Pickup Under Frequency - Timeout Cold Load Pickup: Outage Condition - Pickup Cold Load Pickup: Restore Minimum Trip - Pickup Cold Load Pickup: Outage Condition -Timeout Cold Load Pickup: Restore Minimum Trip - Timeout Phase Cold Load Pickup Ground Cold Load Pickup Negative Seq' Cold Load Pickup 52A Contact Trip Signal Close Fail Auxiliary Output1 ~ 8 ALARM Auxiliary Input1 ~ 8

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5) Fault Cycle Event View Window

No
Numbering is apply from the lastest Event. 16 Event is displayed from 1 to 16.

Target
y y A, B, C, Ground Indicate a fault phase.(In case that Pickup and Trip is within 15cycle.) Fault Pickup An Event has 2 waveform Pickup part and Trip part. (In case that the length of Timeout is over 15cycle.)

Fault Locator
The fault locator calculates the distance to the fault.

Shot Counter
Reclosing Shot Counter.

Ia, Ib, Ic, Ig, Is, Iq


Display Phase A, B, C Current / Ground, SEF, Negative Sequence Current

Y, M, D, H, M, S, MS
It shows year, month, day, hour, minute, second, 1/1000 second of Event occurred.

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9.5. Diagnostic Event View


1) Select View/Diagnostic Event. 2) Enter searching dates, press [Search] button, Events that occurred within the dates, display. 3) Press [PRINT] button to print. (For print example, please refer to 13.11. Diagnostic Event Print Example)
1) Click

2) Click

4) Diagnostic Event View Window

3) Click

Setting Area
Display Area of Equipment.

No
Numbering is apply from the lastest Event. 100 Event is displayed from 1 to 100.

TYPE
It shows a kind of Event. For each Event please refer to Table 9-3. DIAGNOSTIC EVENTS for more detail.

STATUS
HI/ASSERT: An Event in STATUS has occurred. LO/DEASSERT: An Event in STATUS has disoccurred.

Y, M, D, H, M, Sec, msec
It shows year, month, day, hour, minute, second, 1/1000 second of Event occurred.

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Table 9-3. DIAGNOSTIC EVENTS EVENT AC FAIL CHARGE CIRCUIT FAIL BATT. DISCHARGE NO BATT. BATT. FAIL SYSPOW FAIL +12V FAIL +5 V FAIL -12V FAIL SLEEP MODE POWER DOWN GAS LOW GAS HIGH A/D CONVERSION FAIL A/D REF1 FAIL A/D REF2 FAIL SETTING CHANGE RESTART PARALLEL EEROM FAIL SERIAL EEROM FAIL D-RAM FAIL S-RAM FAIL RTC NVRAM FAIL RTC FAIL RTC BATT. LOW INIT VALUE FAIL INIT SETTING FAIL C-BD FAIL COLD RST DESCRIPTION External power FAIL Battery charge circuit FAIL Battery Discharge (Value < 21V) NO Battery (Value < 15V) Battery Discharge or No Battery System power FAIL System power +12V FAIL System power +5V FAIL System power -12V FAIL Panel sleep mode Power down mode Gas pressure Low (Value < 0.1 Bar) Gas pressure High (Value > 1.5 Bar) A/D conversion FAIL A/D converter reference voltage 1 FAIL A/D converter reference voltage 2 FAIL Setting Changed System restarted Parallel EEPROM FAIL Serial EEPROM FAIL Data RAM FAIL Setting RAM FAIL RTC NV RAM FAIL RTC Time FAIL RTC Battery LOW Initial Value FAIL Initial Setting Value FAIL Communication Option Board FAIL Cold Restarted

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9.6. Actual Value & Control


1) Select View/Actual Value & Control (With On-Line, it can be selected)

1) Click

2) Press [OK] button.

2) Click

3) Screen of receiving Actual value & Control data (Press [Cancel] button to cancel.)

4) Press [OK] button to complete.

3) Click

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5) Shows Actual Value & Control Window after receiving is completed.


SYSTEM INFORMATION Displays Control Firmware Version and Communication Firmware Version. - Protocol : It shows present Protocol installed in control box. - ex) DNP 3.0 & MODBUS SYSTEM STATUS - +12V, -12V, +5V : Main Board Power - BAT : Battery Voltage - TMP : Main Board Temperature - GAS : Gas Pressure

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CURRENT - Phase A : Displays the measured phase A RMS current and phasor (A, deg) - Phase B : Displays the measured phase B RMS current and phasor (A, deg) - Phase C : Displays the measured phase C RMS current and phasor (A, deg) - GND : Displays the measured ground RMS current and phasor (A, deg) - Sensitive : Displays the measured sensitive earth RMS current and phasor (A, deg) - POS SEQ : Displays the calculated positive sequence RMS current and phasor (A, deg) - NEG SEQ : Displays the calculated negative sequence RMS current and phasor (A, deg) - ZERO SEQ : Displays the calculated zero sequence RMS current and phasor (A, deg) VOLTAGE - A-N : Displays the measured A-N RMS voltage and phasor (, deg) - B-N : Displays the measured B-N RMS voltage and phasor (, deg) - C-N : Displays the measured C-N RMS voltage and phasor (, deg) - Average : Displays the calculated average of the RMS phase voltage () - A-B : Displays the measured A-B RMS voltage and phasor (, deg) - B-C : Displays the measured B-C RMS voltage and phasor (, deg) - C-A : Displays the measured C-A RMS voltage and phasor (, deg) - Average : Displays the calculated average of the RMS line voltage() - POS SEQ: Displays the calculated positive sequence RMS voltage and phasor (, deg) - NEG SEQ : Displays the calculated negative sequence RMS voltage and phasor (, deg) - ZERO SEQ : Displays the calculated zero sequence RMS voltage and phasor (kV, deg)

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FREQUENCY / SYNCHRO - Frequency () - Frequency decay rate (/Sec) - Synchro Voltage () - Synchro Phasor (deg) - Synchro Frequency () - Synchrocheck delta (Phasor, voltage, frequency)

POWER / ENERGY - Real power (MW) Phase A, B, C, 3 - Reactive power(Mvar) Phase A, B, C, 3 - Apparent power(MVA) Phase A, B, C, 3 - Power factor(%) Phase A, B, C, 3 - Positive watthour(MWh) Phase A, B, C, 3 - Negative watthour(MWh) Phase A,B,C,3 - Positive varhour(Mvar) Phase A, B, C, 3 - Negative varhour(Mvar) Phase A, B, C, 3
Control Firmware Version 3.01 higher support

DEMAND - Current (Present, Max, Max Time) Phase A, B, C, Ground, Sensitive Earth - Real Power (Present, Max, Max Time) Phase A, B, C, Ground 3 - Reactive Power (Present, Max, Max Time) Phase A, B, C, Ground 3

Control Firmware Version 3.01 higher support

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CONTROL PANEL - Voltage Conditions 27 : Under voltage pickup 59 : Over voltage pickup 25 : Synchronism check pickup 81 : Under frequency pickup - Control Run Status of EVRC2A systems shows normal - Self Check Status of EVRC2A systems shows warning
Control Firmware Version 3.01 higher support

- Ac Supply : Status of supplying the external AC power - Charge : Status of charging the battery - Discharge : Status of discharged battery - Sequence Status Reset : Sequence shows resetting Cycle : Sequence shows running Lockout : Sequence shows lockout - Trip Type Inst : Shows instantaneous trip Delay : Shows delay trip High Curr : Shows high current trip - Fault Indication A, B, C : Indicates an over-current fault has occurred on one of the phase lines G : Indicates an over-current fault has occurred on the neutral line SEF : Indicates a sensitive earth fault has occurred on the neutral line - Relay Output Status Shows status of External port.

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Panel Status Display y y y y y y y y y y y PROTECTION ENABLED : All Protection elements are enabled / disabled GROUND ENABLED : Ground Protection elements are enabled / disabled SEF ENABLED : SEF Protection elements are enabled / disabled RECLOSE ENABLED : Reclose function is enabled / disabled CONTROL LOCKED : Front panel function is locked / unlocked REMOTE ENABLED : Remote control is enabled / disabled ALTERNATE SETTINGS : Alternate setting is enabled / disabled (Primary Setting is enable) PROGRAM 1 ENABLED : Program 1 function is enabled / disabled PROGRAM 2 ENABLED: Program 2 function is enabled / disabled HOT LINE TAG : Hot Line Tag function is enabled / disabled CLOSE, OPEN : Indicates the position of the Recloser

Panel Remote Control y y y y y y y y y y y y y PROTECTION ENABLED : Sends a protection enable/disable signal to controller GROUND ENABLED : Sends a ground enable/disable signal to controller SEF ENABLED : Sends a SEF enable/disable signal to controller RECLOSE ENABLED : Sends a reclose enable/disable signal to controller CONTROL LOCKED : Sends a control lock enable/disable signal to controller ALTERNATE SETTINGS : Sends a alternate setting enable/disable signal to controller PROGRAM 1 ENABLED : Sends a program 1 function enable/disable signal to controller PROGRAM 2 ENABLED : Sends a program 2 function enable/disable signal to controller HOT LINE TAG : Sends a hot line tag enable/disable signal to controller CLOSE : Sends a close signal to Recloser OPEN : Sends a trip signal to Recloser FI RESET : Reset fault indication BAT, CHECK : Battery load test

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Example of Remote Control CLOSE 1) Press the button to Remote Control.

1) Click

2) Press [OK] button.


2) Click

3) Screen of receiving Actual Value & Control.

4) Remote Control is completed.

AUTO RELOAD 1) Check the [Auto Reload] 2) Select Auto Reload Time (3 ~ 10 second) 3) Press the [UPDATE] button.
3) Click

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10. CHANGE SETTING


y y y Setting Value change is available when OFF-Line status and On-Line status. Transferring Setting Value is available when On-Line status only. For Range and Steps of each Setting Value, please refer to Appendix E. MENU MESSAGE & HELP MESSAGE DESCRIPTION

< Setting Value change with On-Line> It means working with transferred Setting Value from EVRC2A with On-Line.

< Setting Value change with Off-Line> It means working with saved Setting Value by loading Setting Value File(*.SYS) from EVRC2A with Off-Line.

10.1. Relay Setup Change


1) Select Online/Change Setting/Relay Setup

1) Click

Relay Setup has its own tabs against each Communication Protocol.
<DNP 3.0 Setupe> <MODBUS Setupe> < IEC60870-5-104 Setupe>

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2) After change Setting Value, press [Apply] button. 3) After change is completed press [Close] button. NOTE : Relay set shall be set independently for each bank. However, after EVRC2A version 4.41, regardless of bank, it will be applied to all other banks if it is set in a bank.

2) Change Setting

3) Click

4) Click

10.2. System Setup Change


1) Select Online/Change Setting/System setup

1) Click

2) After change Setting Value, press [APPLY] button. 3) After change is completed press [CLOSE] button.
2) Change Setting

3) Click 4) Click

NOTE : System set shall be set independently for each bank. However, after EVRC2A version 4.41, regardless of bank, it will be applied to all other banks if it is set in a bank.

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10.3. Protection Setup Change


1) Select Online/Change Setting/ Protection Setup

1) Click

2) To change Primary Setting Value, select [Primary] button and to change Alternate Setting Value, select [Alternate] button. To change Other Setting(BANK1~6) Value, select [Others] button. 3) After change Setting Value, press [APPLY] button. 4) After change is completed, press [CLOSE] button.
2) Select Pri./Alter./Others 3) Change Setting

4) Click 5) Click

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10.4. Monitoring Setup Change


1) Select Online/Change Setting/ Monitoring Setup

1) Click

2) To change Primary Setting Value, select [Primary] button and to change Alternate Setting Value, select [Alternate] button. To change Other Setting(BANK1~6) Value, select [Others] button.
3) Change Setting

2) Select Pri./Alter./Others

3) After change Setting Value, press [APPLY] button. 4) After change is completed press [CLOSE] button.
4) Click

5) Click

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10.5. Class-defined Setup Change


It is supported only from DNP 3.0 Protocol. Class-defined Setup can be modified with ONLine.

10.5.1. Class-Defined Information Change


1) 8.6. Class-defined Setup Receive steps shall be processed. 2) Select and double click on Class.
1) Double Click

3) Select a Class to change and press [OK] button.


2) Select a Class

3) Click

10.5.2. Class-Defined Information Transfer


1) Press [UPLOAD] button.

1) Click

2) Screen of transfer Class-Defined Information.

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10.5.3. Class-Defined Information Receive


1) Press [DOWNLOAD] button.

1) Click

2) Screen of receiving Class-Defined Information. (Press [Cancel] button to cancel.)

10.5.4. Class-Defined Information Print


1) Press [PRINT] button. (For print example, please refer to 13.12. Class-Defined Information Print)
1) Click

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10.5.5. Class-Defined Information Save


1) Press [SAVE] button.

1) Click

2) Enter file name, press [Save] button.

2) Enter file name

3) Click

10.5.6. Class-Defined Information Open


1) Press [LOAD] button.

1) Click

2) Select a file, press [Open] button.

2) Select a file 3) Click

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Table 10-1. Class-Defined Information (1/4) Point Index 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Description External AC Power Battery Charger Battery Discharge Fault Occurred (INST) Fault Occurred (Delay) Fault Occurred (High Current) Fault Target - A Phase Fault Target - B Phase Fault Target - C Phase Fault Target - Ground Fault Target - SEF Fault Occurred (27) Fault Occurred (59) Fault Occurred (25) Fault Occurred (81) System Warning Protection Enabled Ground Enabled SEF Enabled Reclose Enabled Control Locked Remote Enabled Alternate Setting Enabled Program 1 Enabled Program 2 Enabled Hot Line Tag Enabled Panel CLOSE key Press Panel OPEN key Press Panel TARGET RESET key Press Panel BATTERY TEST key Press 79 RESET 79 CYCLE 79 LOCKOUT Assigned Class Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1

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Table 10-1. Class-Defined Information (2/4) Point Index 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 Description Reclosing Shot 0 Reclosing Shot 1 Reclosing Shot 2 Reclosing Shot 3 Reclosing Shot 4 Contact(52a) Mechanism Lock Opto Input 1 Closed Opto Input 2 Closed Opto Input 3 Closed Opto Input 4 Closed Opto Input 5 Closed Opto Input 6 Closed Opto Input 7 Closed Opto Input 8 Closed Phase Fast Time Overcurrent Phase Delay Time Overcurrent Ground Fast Time Overcurrent Ground Delay Time Overcurrent Sensitive earth Fault Protection Negative Sequence Fast Time Overcurrent Negative Sequence Delay Time Overcurrent Phase Direction Time Overcurrent Ground Direction Time Overcurrent Negative Sequence Direction Time Overcurrent Phase Direction Time Overcurrent Ground Direction Time Overcurrent Negative Sequence Direction Time Overcurrent Sensitive Earth Derection Time Overcurrent Phase Demand Fault Ground Demand Fault NEQ Demand Fault UnderFrequency Fault Assigned Class Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1

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Table 10-1. Class-Defined Information (3/4) Point Index 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 Description Synchronism Check Fault Under voltage 1 Fault Under voltage 2 Fault Over voltage 1 Fault Over voltage 2 Fault CLPU - Loss of Load Diversity (Outage Condition) CLPU - Restore Min. Trips Condition CLPU - Loss of Load Diversity (Outage Condition) T.O CLPU - Restore Min. Trips Condition T.O CLPU - Phase Overcurrent Elements CLPU - Ground Overcurrent Elements CLPU - Negative Overcurrent Elements Relay Output 1 Operated Relay Output 2 Operated Relay Output 3 Operated Relay Output 4 Operated Relay Output 5 Operated Relay Output 6 Operated Relay Output 7 Operated Relay Output 8 (ALARM) Operated External OPEN Signal Internal Output Logic 1 Internal Output Logic 2 Internal Output Logic 3 Internal Output Logic 4 Internal Output Logic 5 Internal Output Logic 6 Internal Output Logic 7 Internal Output Logic 8 Internal Trip Logic Output Internal Close Logic Output Trip Operation Fail Close Operation Fail Assigned Class Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1

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Table 10-1. Class-Defined Information (4/4) Point Index 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 Description Voltage Transformer Fail Battery charge circuit FAIL NO Battery System power FAIL Panel sleep mode Power down mode Gas pressure Low Gas pressure High System power +12V FAIL System power +5 FAIL System power -12V FAIL A/D converter reference vol' 1 FAIL A/D converter reference vol' 2 FAIL System power FAIL A/D conversion FAIL Serial EEPROM FAIL Data RAM FAIL System RAM FAIL Setting RAM FAIL RTC NV RAM FAIL RTC Time FAIL RTC Battery LOW Initial Value FAIL Initial Setting Value FAIL Program Ram FAIL Assigned Class Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1

Above table content can be changed depending upon Control Version.

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11. SETTING VALUE TRANSFER


1) Select Online/Upload Setting

1) Click

2) Select Data to transfer, press [OK] button. [OFFLINE-*.SYS] Saved Setting Value Data, file name(*.SYS) is shown together. [ONLINE] It means received Setting Value with On-Line. 3) To transfer Primary Setting Value, select [Primary Setting] button and to transfer Alternate Setting Value, press [Alternate Setting] button. To transfer Other Setting(BANK1~6) Value, select [Others] button. 4) Press [OK] button to start transfer. 5) It shows transferring Primary Setting Value.
4) Click

2) Select Data

3) Select Pri./Alter./Others

6) Press [OK] to complete.

5) Click

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12. DATA MANAGEMENT


EVRC2A Interface Software manages Data from RDB File, SYS File, TXT File.

RDB File
y y y y RDB File has all History Data and Setting Value, so it is possible to check them. After receiving at least one History Data with On-Line, it can be saved. Item, RDB File is saved under a selected. In different Item, other RDB File can not be used. When opening a file, sub Menu under View Menu is activated.

SYS File
y y y y SYS File has Setting Value only, this file is used to change Setting Value. With On-Line, after received Setting Value, it can be saved. It can be used by opening all Item. When opening file, sub menu under Online/Change Setting is activated.

TXT File
y y TXT File has Class-defined Information, this file is used to change Class Value. It can be used by opening all Item.

12.1. History Data Save


1) Select File/Save
1) Click

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2) Enter file name, press [Save] button.

2) Enter file name

3) Click

3) Saved RDB File is registered in sub Menu under Item.


Before save

After save

12.2. Setting Value Save


1) Select File/Setting Save

1) Click

2) Enter file name, press [Save] button.

2) Enter file name

3) Click

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12.3. RDB File Open


[Open from Menu]
1) Select File/Open

1) Click

2) Select a file, press [Open] button.

2) Select a file

3) Click

[Open from Work space]


1) Click , will registered Item list are shown.

1) Click

2) Click

of Item that you wish to open, registered

RDB File list are shown.


2) Click

3) Select and double click on RDB File.

3) Double Click

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12.4. Setting Value File Open


1) Select File/Setting Open

1) Click

2) Select a file, press [Open] button.

2) Select a file

3) Click

12.5. Class-Defined Information File Open


1) Select File/Class-Defined Info. Open

1) Click

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2) Select a file, press [Open] button.

2) Select a file

3) Click

3) To change Class-defined information, please refer to 10.5. Class-defined Setup Change

4) Refer to 10.5. Class-defined Setup Change

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13. PRINT EXAMPLE


13.1. Recloser Registration Print Example

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13.2. Relay Setup Print Example

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13.3. System Setup Print Example

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13.4. Protection Setup Print Example

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13.5. Monitoring Setup Print Example

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13.6. System Status Event Print Example

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13.7. Load Profile Waveform Print Example

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13.8. Load Profile Waveform Print Example

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13.9. Fault Cycle Summary Print Example

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13.10. Fault Cycle Print Example

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13.11. Diagnostic Event Print Example

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13.12. Class defined Information Print Example

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