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HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO.

, LTD

Manual Revision history


Revision no.
HIMAP-BCS-1.0
HIMAP-BCS-2.0

Description
initail
79 function Rev.

Date
th

15 Apr 2008
29th Dec 2011

CONTENTS

. Installation Guide .

. Operation Manual.

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. Protection Function Setting......

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. Manager Quick Guide..

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. Protective Functions..

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. Appendix ( Characteristic Curve & Logic ) ...

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HIMAP-BCS
Installation Guide

1. General check point

2. Operation condition

3. Check point for Installation

4. Check point for SWGR design

5. Check point for the function test

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6. Check point for during operation

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7. Check point for during maintenance

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8. Notification procedure of TRIP occurrences

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9. Brief troubleshooting

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1. General check point


In the case of long term storage, keep away from direct sun rays, excessive humidity and
especially, out of salinity.
Check the body including parts where there are broken, tanned, polluted or not.
Check the main body and case as well as terminal block injured or not.
Check the proper specification of CT/PT/ZCT/GPT.
2. Operation Condition
Ambient Temperature
1) Operation Temperature: -10oC ~ 55oC
2) Storage Temperature: -25oC ~ 70oC
Relative humidity: Not exceeding 80%
Atmospheric pressure: 860mbar - 1060mbar
Place to install
1) Altitude above sea level: Not exceeding 1,000 m
2) No abnormal vibration and impact
3) No polluted air and dirt
3. Check point for Installation
After unpowered inspection, apply the control power initially.
After installation and mounting, to prevent corrode the electronic devices and components
of HIMAP-BCS, Control power applied continuously ON status.
Before applying the operation power, check the abnormal voltage on the each digital input
connection line.

Mounting

Control
Voltage

Mounting on the panel, be aware of front case broken while mounting bolt
screwing.
Check the mounting status and loosed screws of each parts.
For use DC control voltage, pay attention to connect direction of input
polarities(P, N) to main breaker on panel.
For use DC control voltage, check the use of Clamping Diode and its
polarities.

Password

Connection

Prior to use the relay, previously setup the Password and prevent unwanted
operation by unauthorized persons.

Check the CT Terminal (TB NO. 1 ~ 16), PT Terminal (TB NO. 17 ~22),
and GPT Terminal (TB NO. 23/24) connections.
Check the Output Terminal (TB NO. 51 ~ 64) and Remote control
Terminal (TB NO. 69/70, 73/74-CB ON, 71/72, 75/76-CB OFF)
connection
For use ZCT, pay attention to direction of connection to TB NO.(9/10)

D/I

D/O

A/I

CB ON/OFF

PWR
COMM

Communication

Cable Termination

Optical cable wiring information


-. Regard RS485cable wiring, does not use panel internal terminal block
and directly connect between IEDs using RS485cable and also separate
data cables and power cables wiring.
( Cable Spec.: Twist Pair Shield Cable: 2Core 0.25SQ )
-. To connect RS485 cord to V+ and V-, RS485 cord connection should
be compartmentalize Tx(TB No.91,94), Rx(TB No.92,95) each.
-. Power cable (400V, 200V), binary input and RS485 cable wiring
Separately.
-. In the case of communication cable wiring, check the connection point
of each connector.

Terminal of cable termination


Item

HIMAP-BCS

Comm. HUB

Voltage / Current

Ring Lug

N/A

Digital Input

PIN Lug

N/A

Digital Output

PIN Lug

N/A

Power

PIN Lug

Ring Lug

Communication
Cable

PIN Lug

PIN Lug

z Test purpose connection may use Hook type lug instead of Ring type
lug.

4. Check point for SWGR design


For Magnetic contact and Inductive load may use Clamping diode.
For the purpose of prevent the counter electromotive force inflow, ACCY Varistor
should be added into the Circuit Breaker When you order the Digital protective relay
mounted Circuit Breaker (ACB, VCB).
All wired power cable should be used Twisted cable.
Connection cable between ZCT and HIMAP-BCS should be used shield cable (2 Cores
+ 1 Shield).

Ground line Panel enclosure ground line and relay frame ground line should be wired
Separate wiring separately where the separate ground Bus bars.
Digital device frame ground Bus bar should be mounted in the end panel of
array.

Digital device
Common
ground Bus
Panel enclosure common ground Bus

Insulator

ZCT secondary cables wired right side of ground Bus bar,


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Surge Arrestor cables wired along with left side cable route to ground
Bus bar.
Digital device
Common
ground Bus
Panel enclosure
common ground Bus

Clamping Diode wiring


Clamping diode should be wired each end of HIMAP-BCS D/O output Aux. RLY A1, A2
terminals.
This diode wired for the purpose of prevent the counter electromotive force inflow at the
each terminal of Aux. RLY when coil is excited with DC Control power.

5. Check point for the function test


The withstand voltage / insulation resistance test should be not necessary but in the
case of necessity the test should be performed with unwired frame ground and power
supply line.
CT / PT should be isolated before the test (use CTT / PTT).
The function test should be performed by 3 phase test equipments but, in the
unavoidable case, single phase test equipments would be permitted.
All the function test equipments should be approved of each yearly certification and
inspection procedures for precise reliability.
All the setting value of Each Relay should be confirmed based on the setting table
value before the test.
Connect relay and test equipment after check the each terminals of CT(1/5A),
PT(110/190V), GPT, ZCT.
The test equipment voltage / current line should be connected with CTT / PTT.
Input voltage / current tolerance should be confirmed before test.
The target relay should be enabled as well as non-tested relay be disabled.
Check and decide the protection items to be set to enable or disable.
For relay protection function test of protection operation within 1 second,
characteristic delay of test equipment should be considered.
The injection value should be more than 110% of setting value of relay during the
definite time / inverse time operation test.
ZCT K and L polarity should be cautiously considered while perform the SGR test.
For zero phase sequence, injection current value should be up to 3A and 1 sec during
SGR test.
I/O test function can be used in case of the relay and VCB are interlocked.

6. Check point for during operation


Operator should check the inversed phase voltage / current during relay operation.
Operator should not change the setting value while VCB is ON.

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7. Check point for during maintenance


Relay replace should be performed by procedures of standard manual
The maintenance should be avoided the high humidity and the rainy weather.
The secondary terminal of current transformer should be shorted during maintenance.
By using CTT / PTT, CT / PT circuit should be isolated before the relay replacement.
The relay should be replaced only when VCB is OFF.
By using the HIMAP-BCS MANAGER software, entire setting values should be stored
and transferred to appropriate devices before relay replacement.
In the case of dismount of the relay from the panel, the relay main power should be off
before dismount.
For the purpose of Inspection and replacement while is VCB ON unavoidably, follow
the below operation procedure.
Protection function DISABLE isolation of CT/PT Line (using CTT/PTT) Main
power OFF Dismount Inspection Mount Main power ON CT/PT Line
wiring (isolate CTT/PTT) Protection function ENABLE
HIMAP-BCS dismount procedure
No.
1
2
3
4
5

Contents
PANEL DC control power OFF.
Primary side of CTT in PANEL is short.
(Check 0 of measured current value on HIMAP -BCS LCD)

Remarks
CTT Test
Plug

Open the front cover by using the tool and unscrew bolts (totally 8
bolts).
Draw out the terminal blocks (5) from the rear cover. Dismount
HIMAP-BCS from the panel.
Mount new HIMAP-BCS on the panel. (Not necessary to set the
setting value)

PANEL DC control power ON.

Isolate CTT plug of panel.

Screw HIMAP-BCS front bolts (8) and lid back.

CTT Test
Plug

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8. Notification procedure of TRIP occurrences


Check HIMAP-BCS LCD display (FAULT displayed).
Press ACK button and confirm the FAULT status.
Check the EVENT log.
FAULT waveforms upload (using HIMAP-BCS MANAGER software) to laptop.
Send event log and fault waveform to HHI
Analysis and report

9. Brief troubleshooting
Measurement data error
Check CT / PT / ZCT / GPT rating value as well as secondary voltage / current ratings.
Using portable instrument (Multimeter, Hookmeter), compare CT / PT / ZCT / GPT
secondary rating value and HIMAP-BCS input value.
When inversed phase-sequence voltage occurs more than 10% from the nominal value,
measure the phase voltage and check the outage.
When inversed phase-sequence current occurs more than 10% from the nominal value,
measure the phase current and check the outage.
When zero phase-sequence voltage / current occurs, check the wiring and the outage.
The values can be measured incorrectly because of influence by wrong phase rotation
sequence, phase open and fuse burning.
In the case of current measurement, actual load below 5% of CT capacity brings
incorrect measured result (same to KW, KVAR and PF).
HIMAP-BCS performs protection and measurement functions based on fundamental
wave components except harmonic components.
Therefore, the measurement value and protection may not correspondent with other
relays which is not.
Alarm data error on the power monitoring system (SCADA)
HIMAP-BCS input contacts are easily defined by user and provide flexibility.
Normally, Digital input no.48(CB1 ON), 49(CB1 OFF), 46(CB2 ON), 47(CB2 OFF)
related to no.50(Com) and fixed use only.
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Digital input 31-34(Spare), 36-39(Spare), 42-44(Spare) related to no.35, 40 and


45(Com).
Digital contact input uses dry contact, unpowered contact.
If the system does not recognize input signals, short the terminal between (31-34) 35,
(36-39)40, (41-44)45, (46-49) 50, and then find out if the fault is in HIMAP-BCS
itself.
For the check and confirm the digital input of HIMAP-BCS, you may use local setting
menu on HIMAP-BCS LCD, (F2)Status ViewIn / Output Status, then displayed
present status of input and output use.
In the case of communication error, check the matching between defined application of
input contacts and TAG of single diagram.
Relay output error
In the case of relay output error by using self test, short the digital output terminal on
the rear cover of HIMAP-BCS and check the VCB trip operate or not.
If VCB trip operate, call to HHI.
In the case of remote control test, except above case, normally brings to a conclusion of
communication protocol mismatches between HIMAP-BCS and monitoring system.
Communication error with power monitoring system (SCADA)
Check the RS485 cable PIN connector connection of HIMAP-BCS (RS485 Tx:
No.91,94, Rx: No.92,95) which is for the RS485 communication.
To check the Communication address, may use local setting menu on HIMAP-BCS
LCD, Set(F3)System SettingModbus Card Setting, then displayed present status of
ID address.
In normal status, Tx, Rx LED in rear cover of HIMAP-BCS, blinks by periods.
Check the connector termination and contact defectiveness.
HIMAP-BCS front Button test
When TRIP caused by protection operation, press ACK button and retry.
If ACK button does not work normally, contact to HHI
.
Relay operation status
In the case of relay output test error, check the relay elements are enabled or not.
(refer to user manual).
* For the check and confirm the relay setting, you may use local setting menu on HIMAP13

BCS LCD, Display(F2)Set ViewRelay Setting.


Using measurement menu of display(F2), confirm the correspondence with input value.
In the case of output error while the display output contact is working, check the
output setup and the digital output terminal block connection.
Calculate operating time and check the results are matched.
Op lamp fail, sys fail and display (LCD) halt error
Off the main power and contact HHI.

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HIMAP-BCS
Operation Manual

1. Main display

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2. Display menu

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3. Configure the Set menu

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4. Configure the Control menu

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5. Fault message display

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6. Button navigation

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7. Connection diagram

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8. Dimension drawings

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1. Main display
After system initialization, HIMAP-BCS displays main display as below Fig 1.

Fig 1 HIMAP-BCS main display


Main display provide user modifiable displays using mimic editor, include name of
device, status value, measured value and power system mimic diagram. Main display also
able to move to sub-screen using arrow buttons().
Main display contains the four separate sub menu, FI Main, F2 Display, F3 Set and F4
Control. To move the sub-menu, using the function button (F1, F2, F3, F4) and/or direct
touch the touch screen LCD.
F2 Display menu provides measured value, oscillograph, vector diagram as well as
motor/transformer status value, event record and setting value.
F3 Set menu provides the system setting that sets the various parameter of system and the
relay setting that sets the relay functions.
F4 Control menu provides the functions for breaker control.

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2. Display menu
Display menu provides six kinds of sub menus, Measurement, Status View, Graph View,
Event View, Vector Diagram and Set View.

Fig 2 Display menu

2-1. Measurement menu


Measurement menu provides measured value displays as Fig 3. Measurement display
provides Overview, Current, Voltage, Power, Energy, Harmonic and Trip circuit supervision
menu. The left side bar contains detailed sub-menu and able to select appropriate measuring.
Overview displays the current, voltage, power, energy and power factor by summarized
single page.

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Fig 3 Measurement display (Overview)


Current menu provides measured current values on a single page as Fig 4 and Max
value describes maximum value of measured data. If you click the Max button, all
displayed value would be reset to zero and operation power off also measured data reset
to zero.

Fig 4 Measurement display (Current)

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Voltage menu provide measured voltage values on a single page as Fig 5 and Vo describes
maximum value of measured data.

Fig 5 Measurement display (Voltage)


Power menu provide measured power values and frequency as Fig 6. Power value
displays each line by line (Line1, Line2, Line3), in the case of 3 phase 4 wire
configuration. Frequency value describes minimum and maximum value. If you click
the Freq max/min button, all displayed values would be reset to zero.

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Fig 6 Measurement display (Power)


Energy menu provides measured energy values and measured data stored into nonvolatile memory, it maintained the data when off the system till the reset the value.

Fig 7 Measurement display (Energy)

Harmonic menu provide harmonic value(2nd to 13th), THD (Total Harmonics Distortion),
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TDD (Total Demand Distortion) for the current (Ia, Ib, Ic) and voltage (Va, Vb, Vc) using
bar graph as well as text value.

Fig 8 Measurement display (Harmonic)


Trip circuit supervision menu provides circuit breaker state and supervised data for circuit
breaker coil.

Fig 9 Measurement display (Trip circuit supervision)


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2-2. Status View menu


Status View menu provide motor, transformer, reclosing, input/output status, event
Status and Resistance temperature detector (RTD). Each sub items are able to select using
menu select bar. Fig 10, 11 and 12 describes motor, transformer and reclosing status. While
using the protection relay element (49, 51LR, 66, 87T, 79), it also described automatically
on the display screen.

Fig 10 Status View display (Motor Status)

Fig 11 Status View display (Transformer Status)


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Fig 12 Status View display (Reclosing Status)


In/Output Status menu provide status of digital input(1~16) and digital output(1~12).

Fig 13 Status View display (In/Output Status)


Active Event Status menu provide activated digital input and output values as well as
CPU status (Good/Bad) of HIMAP-BCS.
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Fig 14 Status View display (Active Event Status)


RTD menu shows the user all the available measured temperature inputs.

Fig 15 Status View display (RTD)

2-3. Graph View menu


Graph View menu provide maximum 2 cycle of current and voltage waveform
respectively for the real time measured valued. By means of the real time waveform, which
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is possible to analyze the input distortion influenced by external noise and find out the
transmission line problems. The waveform also provides two kinds of colors.

Fig 16 Graph View display

2-4. Event View menu

Fig 17 Event View display


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Event View menu provide various event logs; relay element operation, I/O input and
output, various setting and control operation. Maximum number of events is up to 100,000
and also specific event allows additional detailed information. Each event could sort by
title, date and time.

2-5. Vector View menu


Vector View menu provide real time phase and vector value of voltage / current
respectively by means of vector diagram and text.

Fig 18 Vector View display

2-6. Set View menu


Set View menu provide review and check the various setting values. This menu provide
only for view function.

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3. Configure the Set menu


F3 Set menu requires enter the password to change the settings. If user entered incorrect
password, Wrong Password message would be popup and then automatically move to
main display.

Fig 19 Password requires

Fig 20 Set menu display

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Set menu provide the system setting that set the various parameter of system and the relay
setting that set the relay functions.

3-1. System Setting menu


System Setting menu provide sub menu of Nominal Ratio Values, General Parameter
Values, Etc, I/O Configure, Network(MODBUS Card setting), Recorder, TCS and RTD.
Each sub items are able to select using menu select bar.
Nominal Ratio Values menu provide CT and PT ratio setting, wire type and ZCT use.

Fig 21 System Setting (Nominal Ratio Values)


General Parameter Values menu provide setting the motor rated current value, select
motor protections, confirm the number of events that is stored on the CF memory, check
the backup file of event waveform, reset to zero for stored values as well as local/remote
mode select for circuit breaker control.

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Fig 22 System Setting (General Parameter Values)


Etc menu provide date and time setting, brightness control, breaker control password
change and setting password change.

Fig 23 System Setting (Etc)

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I/O Configure menu provide naming the each digital input and output point by user. It
is possible to easily recognize event point by means of user defined point name.

Fig 24 System Setting (Etc)


Modbus Card

Setting menu provide setting the parameters for MODBUS card.

Fig 25 System Setting (Network Setting)


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In the recorder setting menu all settings for the recording unit can be set.

Fig 26 System Setting (Recorder Setting)


TCS Setting menu provide setting the parameters for trip circuit supervision of circuit
breaker.

Fig 27 System Setting (TCS Setting)


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HIMAP-BCS provides three RTD channels. For each channel, the temperature range,
limit type and limit delay time are selected by user.

Fig 28 System Setting (RTD Setting)

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3-2. Relay Setting menu


Relay Setting menu provide setting the protection element, provided totally 31 kinds of
protection functions, of HIMAP-BCS.

Fig 29 Relay Setting


Fig 30 displays protection functions that contained in HIMAP-BCS. These protections
functions arrayed by ANSI standards and enabled functions are distinguished by color (red).
User easily selects and set the functions.

(1) Under voltage Relay(27)

(2) Under current Relay(37)

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(3) Neg.Seq.OverCurr.Relay(46)

(5) Pos.Seq. Voltage Relay(47P)

(7)Inst. Overcurrent Relay(50)

(9) Inst. Gnd Overcurr. Relay(50G)

(4) Neg.Seq. OverVoltage Relay(47N)

(6) Thermal Overload Relay(49)

(8) Breaker Failure Relay(50BF)

(10) Inst.Overcurrent(2nd) Relay(50s)


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(11) Time Overcurrent Relay(51)

(13) Locked Rotor Relay(51LR)

(15) Over voltage Relay(59)

(12) AC Time Gnd Overcurr.Relay(51G)

(14) ACTime Overcurr(2nd).Relay(51s)

(16) Over voltage Gnd Relay(64)

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(17) Start Inhibit Relay(66)

(18) Directional Overcurr. Relay(67)

(19) Directional Gnd Overcurr.Relay(67GD)

(20) Reclosing Relay(79)

(21) Differential M Relay(87M)

(22) Differential T Relay(87T)

(23) Fuse Failure

(24) Over frequency Relay(81O)


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(25) Under frequency Relay(81U)

(27) Direc. active PWR Relay(32P)

(26) Frequency rate of change Relay(81R)

(28) Direc. reactive PWR Relay(32Q)

Fig 30 Setting the each protection functions

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4. Configure the Control menu


Control menu provide control the circuit breaker directly via HIMAP-BCS in the case of
Local setting condition. To enter the Control menu, user should enter the password.
If incorrect password entered or in case of Remote mode, Wrong Password or Remote
Mode message will popup and then move to main display automatically.

Fig 31 Password enter for breaker control


If correct password entered, displays move to breaker control display automatically and
breaker ready to selectable status with red box in the mimic diagram. After then, user select
the desired breaker using arrow key () and Enter Key and/or touch the touch screen
panel directly.

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Fig 32 Breaker select display


After the breaker selected, popup window shows and ready to CB control command. User
performs breaker control using control key (O, I) and ESC key and also using the touch
screen directly.

Fig 33 Breaker control


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5. Fault Message display


Due to the power system failure, fault message screen displays while HIMAP-BCS
protection function operates. Fault message display contains information of protection
function, fault date, fault mode, trip ratio, trip time and fault phase.
To acknowledge the fault status, press ACK key or touch the touch screen directly.

Fig 34 Fault message display

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(6)

6. Button navigation
(1)

(5)

(4)
(2)

(3)

Fig 35 Button navigation


(1) Display shift function key
(2) Remote/Local mode select button for breaker control
(3) Breaker On/Off button
(4) Arrow key
(5) Alarm status acknowledge key
(6) Select and cancel button

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7. Connection diagram

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- Terminal block layout (rear cover)

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8. Dimension drawings

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HIMAP-BCS
Protection Function Setting

1.

50

46

2.

51

46

3.

50G

47

4.

51G

47

5.

87T

48

6.

67N

54

7.

67

56

8.

81O

58

9.

81U

58

10. 81R

59

11. 32P

59

12. 32Q

60

13. 49

61

14. 51LR

62

15. 46

62

16. 27

63

17. 59

63

18. 64

64

19. 79

65

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1. 50 (Over Current Relay)


a) Setting Window

50(OCR) Enable / Disable

1) 50-1 Current Value


(50-1 If not used, set to 0)
2) 50-1 Instantaneous/Definite time
3) 50-1 Operation time
(Only set in definite time mode)
1) 50-2 Current Value
(50-2 If not used, set to 0)
2) 50-2 Instantaneous/Definite time
3) 50-2 Operation time

2. 51 (Over Current Relay)


a) Setting Window

((Only set in definite time mode)

51(OCR) Enable / Disable


1) 51-1 Current Value
(51-1 If not used, set to 0)
2) 51-1 Inverse time
(Normal Inverse/Very Inverse/
Extremely Inverse/Curve-D/Curve-E/
Curve-F/INV-K/VINV-K)
3) 51-1 Inverse time OP Level
Refer to Appendix
1) 51-2 Current Value
(51-2 If not used, set to 0)
2) 51-2 Inverse time
(Normal Inverse/Very Inverse/
Extremely Inverse/Curve-D/Curve-E/
Curve-F/INV-K/VINV-K)
3) 51-2 Inverse time OP Level
Refer to Appendix
1) 51-3 Current Value
(51-3 If not used, set to 0)
2) 51-3 Inverse time
(Normal Inverse/Very Inverse/
Extremely Inverse/Curve-D/Curve-E/
Curve-F/INV-K/VINV-K)
3) 51-3 Inverse time OP Level
Refer to Appendix

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3. 50G (Over Current Ground Relay)


a) Setting Window

50G(OCGR) Enable / Disable


1) 50G-1 Current Value
(50G-1 If not used, set to 0)
2) 50G-1 Instantaneous/Definite time
3) 50G-1 Operation time
(Only set in definite time mode)
1) 50G-2 Current Value
(50G-2 If not used, set to 0)
2) 50G-2 Instantaneous/Definite time
3) 50G-2 Operation time
(Only set in definite time mode)

4. 51G (Over Current Ground Relay)


a) Setting Window

51G(OCGR) Enable / Disable


1) 51G-1 Current Value
(51G-1 If not used, set to 0)
2) 51G-1 Inverse time
(Normal Inverse/Very Inverse/
Extremely Inverse/Curve-D/Curve-E/
Curve-F/INV-K/VINV-K)
3) 51G-1 Inverse time OP Level
Refer to Appendix
1) 51G-2 Current Value
(51G-2 If not used, set to 0)
2) 51G-2 Inverse time
(Normal Inverse/Very Inverse/
Extremely Inverse/Curve-D/Curve-E/
Curve-F/INV-K/VINV-K)
3) 51G-2 Inverse time OP Level
Refer to Appendix

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5. 87T (Differential Relay)-(Transformer)


a) Setting Window
87T(DFR) Enable / Disable
1) Transformer Primary Current Value
2) Transformer Secondary Current Value
1) Transformer wiring type
(Dy1/Dy5/Dy7/Dy11/Yd1/Yd5/Yd7/
Yd11/Dd0/Dd2/Dd4/Dd6/Dd8/Dd10/
Yy0/Yy6)
1) Zero compensation Enable / Disable
1) Set Instantaneous differential ratio at
the Instantaneous mode

b) Descriptions of Setting Values

1) Set Instantaneous / Definite time at the


Percent mode
2) Operation time at the Percent mode
(Set only at definite time mode)
3) Set Min. Pickup Ratio at the Percent
mode
4) Percent mode Knee Point1
5) Percent mode Slop1
6) Percent mode Knee Point2
7) Percent mode Slop2
8) 2nd Harmonics

[87T Characteristic Curve]


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1) Transformer primary, secondary current setting value


(Example)

I1
120/1

I1
10MVA
50/20kV

I2
400/1

I2
Calculated I1and I2substituted
to setting value of Transformer
Primary and Secondary current

2) Transformer wiring type setting


: According IEC nomenclature, consider the transformer condition and select from below;
Dy1/Dy5/Dy7/Dy11/Yd1/Yd5/Yd7/Yd11/Dd0/Dd2/Dd4/Dd6/Dd8/Dd10/Yy0/Yy6
3) Zero Sequence current compensation Enable / Disable
: If set to Enable, zero sequence compensate from input current, primary, secondary and 3
phase, respectively.
: In the case of external ground fault, zero sequence compensation preventing unwanted
operation of 87T affected by zero phase sequence current. (It is not related to Delta connection
and only applied to Yy wiring)
4) Instantaneous mode
: At the 87T Characteristic curve above, in the case of Instantaneous differential
ratio(Transformer Primary, Secondary current / Transformer Secondary setting current) bigger
than Instantaneous Ratio, 87T might be operate as Instantaneous mode immediately.
: If not used, this mode should be set to 0.

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(Example of Instantaneous mode)


Setting value: Primary Current: 0.5A
Secondary Current: 1A
Transformer Type: Yy0 (Select the simplest case for convenience of calculation)
Zero Compensation: Disable
Instantaneous Ratio: 500%
Input value: Input the A-phase current to Primary and Secondary respectively, for convenience
of calculation.
Primary A-phase current: 1A Secondary A-phase current: 8A
Primary B-phase current: 0A Secondary B-phase current: 0A
Primary C-phase current: 0A Secondary C-phase current: 0A
<Description>
Because of differ from Primary setting current and Secondary setting current, it is needed
Scale Factor for regulate a balance.
Scale factor = Secondary current setting /Primary current setting = 1 / 0.5 = 2.0
For the purpose of calculate Differential current between inputted Primary and Secondary
current, in the first place multiply Primary input current by Scale factor, and then, subtract
Secondary input current from that result. If Primary input current is 2A, and Secondary input
current is 4A, then,
Differential = Primary input current * Scale factor Secondary input current
= 2A * 2.0 - 4A = 0
The Primary and Secondary input current is 1.8A respectively, Id (Differential ration)
and Ir (Restraining current ratio) results as follows,
Differential = 1A * 2.0 - 8A = 6A
Id = Differential / Secondary setting current = 6A/1A = 600%
Ir = Secondary input current / Secondary setting current = 8A/1A = 800%

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Regarding above graph, Instantaneous Mode should be operate while Instantaneous


Differential Operation Area covers Instantaneous operation point.

5) Percent mode
: Percent mode represents operation mode using various curves (from Min.Pickup Ratio, Knee
point1, Slope1, Knee point2, Slope2) from 87T characteristic graph.
: Support Instantaneous / Definite time mode
: If not used, Min.Pickup Ratio set to 0.
(Example of Percent mode)
Setting value: Primary Current: 0.5A
Secondary Current: 1A
Transformer Type: Yy0 (Select the simplest case for convenience of calculation)
Zero Compensation: Disable

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Mode: Definite
Delay Time: 2.5sec
Min.Pickup Ratio: 100%
Knee Point 1: 100%
Slope 1: 50%
Knee Point 2: 400%
Slope 2: 100%
2nd Harmonic Content: 0% (Set to 0 for convenience)
Input value: Input the A-phase current to Primary and Secondary respectively, for convenience
of calculation.
Primary A-phase current: 2A
Primary B-phase current: 0A
Primary C-phase current: 0A

Secondary A-phase current: 2A


Secondary B-phase current: 0A
Secondary C-phase current: 0A

<Description>
The Primary and Secondary input current is 1.8A respectively, Differential current value
results as follows,
Differential = Primary input current * Scale factor Secondary input current
= 2A * 2.0 - 2A = 2A
Id (Differential ratio) and Ir (Restraining current ratio) results as follows,
Id = Differential / Secondary setting current = 2A/1A = 200%
Ir = Secondary input current / Secondary setting current = 2A/1A = 200%

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Regarding above graph, Percent Mode should be operate while Percent Differential
Operation Area covers Percent mode operation point.
Note: Both of two modes will operate while Instantaneous mode and percent mode were
activated at same time, and also operation points were located simultaneously.
6) 2nd Harmonic Content
: Support only for Percent Mode.
: The large exciting inrush current (contains plenty of 2nd harmonics) occurs at the Primary
side of transformer while power closing operation to no-load transformer. This current
occurs only at the Primary side not for Secondary side, acting as transformer fault status.
To device a measure is control and adjust that detect 2nd harmonics from transformers
Primary and Secondary current.
: In the case of relative harmonic factor of Primary and Secondary current larger than setting
values, that control and adjust should be operated.
: If not used this mode, set to 0.

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6. 67N (Directional Ground Overcurrent Relay)


a) Setting Window
67N(DOCGR) Enable / Disable
Vo Source Select (Meas.Vo / Calc.3Vo)
1) 67N-1 Current setting
2) 67N-1 Current setting
(Not used 67N-1, 1) or 2) set to zero)

3) 67N-1 Reference angle setting


4) 67N-1 Trip zone setting
5) 67N-1 Operation mode setting
(Definite/Normal Inverse/Very Inverse/
Extremely Inverse/Curve-D/Curve-E/
Curve-F/INV-K/VINV-K)

6) 67N-1 Operation time setting


(Set only at definite time mode)
7) 67N-1 Inverse time OP Level setting
(Set only at Inverse time mode)
67N-2 same as 67N-1

b) Setting values and Descriptions


<Setting values>
Vo Source: Setting reference Vo type.
Meas.Vo: Apply Vo value input from GPT
Calc.3Vo: Apply 3Vo value calculated from Va, Vb, Vc
Current Limit: Io setting value
Voltage Limit: Vo setting value
Ref. Angle: Reference angle
Reference angle defined by phase of reference voltage (Vo)
Trip Zone: Trip zone
Trip zone(Trip zone) defined by reference angel(Ref. Angle)
<Descriptions>
67N activates while altogether with current(Io) and voltage(Vo) over the setting value
as well as current (Io) phase located on the setting coverage where is set based on
reference voltage(Vo).
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c) Characteristic curve

[67N Characteristic curve]

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7. 67 (Directional Overcurrent Relay)


a) Setting Window
ANSI 67 Directional Overcurrent Relay
67000. Directional Overcurrent Relay
67010. Current Limit ( 1.00 ~ 12.00 [A] )
Mode
Delay Time ( 0.05 ~ 10.00 [sec] )
Op Level ( 0.05 ~ 10.00 )
Ref. Angle ( 0 ~ 359 [deg] )
Trip Zone ( 30 ~ 90 [deg] )
Voltage Limit ( 3.0 ~ 160.0 [V] )

67(DOCR) Enable / Disable

1) 67 Current value setting


2) 67 Operation mode setting
(Definite/Normal Inverse/Very Inverse/
Extremely Inverse/Curve-D/Curve-E/
Curve-F/INV-K/VINV-K)

3) 67 Operation time setting


(Set only at definite time mode)
4) 67 Inverse time OP Level setting
(Set only at Inverse time mode)
5) 67 Reference angel setting
6) 67 Trip zone setting
7) 67 Voltage limit setting
(Not used 67, 1) or 7) set to 0)

b) Setting values and Descriptions


<Setting values>
Current Limit : Current (Ia,Ib,Ic) setting value
Ref. Angle : Reference angel
Reference angle defined by phase of reference voltage(Vbc, Vca, Vab)
Trip Zone : Trip zone
Trip zone(Trip zone)defined by Reference angel(Ref. Angle)
Voltage Limit : Voltage(Vbc, Vca, Vab) setting value
<Description>
In the case of 3phase 3wiring wire type, HIMAP-BCS applied line voltage so that is
reference voltage (Vbc, Vca, Vab) applied at each channel.
In the case of 3phase 4wiring wire type, HIMAP-BCS applied phase voltage so that is
reference voltage (Vbc, Vca, Vab) calculate voltage applied at each channel.

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DOCR (67) protection operate through phase related to voltage and current level, and
corresponding phases are as below,
Ia Vbc (reference voltage)
Ib Vca (reference voltage)
Ic Vab (reference voltage)
DOCR (67) activates while altogether with current and voltage over the setting value as
well as current phase located on the setting coverage.
ex) 67 protection activates while Ia and Vbc(reference voltage) over the setting value, and
phase A located on setting coverage where is set based on Vbc(reference voltage).
c) Characteristic curve

[67 Characteristic curve]

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8. 81O (Over Frequency Relay)


a) Setting Window

81O(OFR) Enable / Disable


1) 81O-1 Frequency value setting
(81O-1 If not used, set to 0)
2) 81O-1 Operation time setting
81O-2,-3 and -4 same as 81O-1
Minimum required voltage value setting
for operation

9. 81U (Under Frequency Relay)


a) Setting Window

81U(UFR) Enable / Disable


1) 81U-1 Frequency value setting
(81U-1 If not used, set to 0)
2) 81U-1 Operation time setting
81U-2,-3 and -4 same as 81U-1
Minimum required voltage value setting
for operation

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10. 81R (Frequency Rate Of Change Relay)


a) Setting Window

81R(FROC) Enable / Disable


1) 81R-1 Frequency rate value setting
(81R-1 If not used, set to 0)
2) 81R-1 Operation time setting
81R-2,-3 and -4 same as 81R-1
Minimum required voltage value setting
for operation

11. 32P (Directional Active Over Power Relay)


a) Setting Window

32P(APR) Enable / Disable


1) 32P-1 Active power value setting
(32P-1 If not used, set to 0)
2) 32P-1 Phase mode setting
3) 32P-1 Direction mode setting
4) 32P-1 Operation time setting
32P-2 same as 32P-1

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b) Setting values and Descriptions


Power Limit : Active power setting value
Phase Mode : This setting selects the phase for active power
1 phase / 3 phase
Direction Mode : This setting selects the direction for active power
Forward / Reverse
Delay Time : Operation time setting value

12. 32Q (Directional Reactive Over Power Relay)


a) Setting Window

32Q(RPR) Enable / Disable


1) 32Q-1 Reactive power value setting
(32Q-1 If not used, set to 0)
2) 32Q-1 Phase mode setting
3) 32Q-1 Direction mode setting
4) 32Q-1 Operation time setting
32Q-2 same as 32Q-1

b) Setting values and Descriptions


Power Limit : Reactive power setting value
Phase Mode : This setting selects the phase for reactive power
1 phase / 3 phase
Direction Mode : This setting selects the direction for reactive power
Forward / Reverse
Delay Time : Operation time setting value

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13. 49 (Thermal Overload Relay)


a) Setting Window

49(THR) Enable / Disable


Cold Limit Time setting
1) Hot Limit Time setting
2) tc/th Ratio setting
3) Trip Time Reset Delay setting

49 Blocking Currenr Limit (50H)

b) Characteristic formula

Calculated Values* : These are not setting values, but automatically calculated values
from set values

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14. 51LR (Locked Rotor Relay)


a) Setting Window

51LR Enable / Disable


1) Starting Current Limit setting
( Too Long Start: TLS )
2) Starting Time setting
1) Locked Rotor Current Limit setting
2) Locked Rotor Time setting

15. 46 (Negative Sequence Overcurrent Relay)


a) Setting Window

46(NSOCR) Enable / Disable


1) 46-1 Current Value
(46-1 If not used, set to 0)
2) 46-1 Mode (Instantaneous/Definite
Normal Inverse/Very Inverse/
Extremely Inverse/Curve-D/Curve-E/
Curve-F/INV-K/VINV-K)
3) 46-1 Inverse time OP Level Setting
Refer to Appendix
1) 46-2 Current Value
(46-2 If not used, set to 0)
2) 46-2 Mode(Instantaneous/Definite
Normal Inverse/Very Inverse/
Extremely Inverse/Curve-D/Curve-E/
Curve-F/INV-K/VINV-K)
3) 46-2 Inverse time OP Level Setting
Refer to Appendix
46 Voltage limit setting(Min. Voltage)

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16. 27(Under Voltage Relay)


a) Setting Window

27(UVR) Enable / Disable


1) Minimum Start Voltage Value
(If use Nomal Close Type: Voltage Limit
set 0)
1) 27-1 Voltage Value
(27-1 If not used, set to 0)
2) 27-1 Operation mode setting
(Definite/Normal Inverse/Very Inverse/
Extremely Inverse/Curve-D/Curve-E/
Curve-F/INV-K/VINV-K/INV-UVR)
3) 27-1 Operation time setting
(Set only at definite time mode)
4) 27-1 Inverse time OP Level setting
(Set only at Inverse time mode)

27-2 same as 27-1

17. 59(Over Voltage Relay)


a) Setting Window

59(OVR) Enable / Disable


1) 59-1 Voltage Value
(59-1 If not used, set to 0)
2) 59-1 Operation mode setting
(Definite/Normal Inverse/Very Inverse/
Extremely Inverse/Curve-D/Curve-E/
Curve-F/INV-K/VINV-K/INV-OVR)
3) 59-1 Operation time setting
(Set only at definite time mode)
4) 59-1 Inverse time OP Level setting
(Set only at Inverse time mode)

59-2 same as 59-1

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18. 64(Over Voltage Ground Relay)


a) Setting Window
64(OVGR) Enable / Disable
1) 64-1 Voltage Value
(64-1 If not used, set to 0)
2) 64-1 Operation mode setting
(Inst/ Definite /Normal Inverse/Very
Inverse/Extremely Inverse/Curve- D/
Curve-E/Curve-F/INV-K/VINV-K)
3) 64-1 Inverse time OP Level Setting
Refer to Appendix

1) 64-2 Voltage Value


(64-2 If not used, set to 0)
2) 64-2 Operation mode setting
(Inst/ Definite /Normal Inverse/Very
Inverse/Extremely Inverse/Curve- D/
Curve-E/Curve-F/INV-K/VINV-K)
3) 64-2 Inverse time OP Level Setting
Refer to Appendix

1) 64-3 Voltage Value


(64-3 If not used, set to 0)
2) 64-3 Operation mode setting
(Inst/ Definite /Normal Inverse/Very
Inverse/Extremely Inverse/Curve- D/
Curve-E/Curve-F/INV-K/VINV-K)
3) 64-3 Inverse time OP Level Setting
Refer to Appendix

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19. 79(Reclosing Relay)


a) Setting Window

79(Reclosing) Enable / Disable

79 Reclosing Relay
79000. Reclosing Relay
79010. Reclosing Command (Digital Output)
CB Close Signal (Digital Input)
Prepare Time ( 1.0 ~ 300.0 [sec] )
- Condition (Digital Input)
- 25 Reference
- DI Relay
- Inst Rly Block
Reclaim Time ( 5.0 ~ 600.0 [sec] )
Reclosing Trials ( 1 ~ 7 )
- Reclosing Time 1 ~ 7 ( 0.1 ~ 300.0 [sec] )
Reclosing Duration ( 0.1 ~ 5.0 [sec] )
79011. Reclose (Event)
79012. Reclose Success (Event)
- Holding Time ( 1 ~ 600 [sec] )
79013. Reclose Failure (Event)
- Holding Time ( 1 ~ 600 [sec] )
79014. Success Alarm Counter ( 0 ~ 300 )
79015. A/R Lockout Counter ( 0 ~ 300 )

CB Close D/I Setting(DI15 or DI16)


Prepare Time Setting
A/R Condition-D/I Setting(DI11~DI14)
A/R Condition-Sync Check(Enable/Disable)
A/R Condition- D/I on Upstream Prot. Rly
Operating (Disable, DI13 or DI14 )
Instant Relay Prot. Rly Block Setting
*Enable: A/R Initiation after A/R 1 Shot
*Disable: A/R Initiation after A/R Set No.
Shot
Reclaim Time Setting
Reclosing Trials & Time Setting
Reclosing Duration Time Setting
Reclose Success Holding Time Setting
Reclose Failure Holding Time Setting
Success Alarm Counter Setting
A/R Lockout Counter Setting

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HIMAP-BCS
Manager Quick Guide

1. Initial display and Icons

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2. User guide

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1. Initial display and Icons


Below displays HIMAP-BCS Manager Software initial display.

Fig 1. HIMAP-BCS Manager initial display


: Fault file open. HIMAP-BCS Manager downloads fault wave data to
C:\HIMAP_BCS\Data\FaultLog directory and stored as Comtrade file format
(*.dat, *.cfg, *.hdr, files composited to BCS y_m_d_t_m_s_protection), automatically.
It is no need to re-download fault wave data again when opens the files.
1)

2)
3)

: Communication port open. Default speed is 38,400bps serial communication.

4)

: Communication port close.


: Read parameters from HIMAP-BCS. Parameters are consists of relay information,
and system information.

5)
6)

: Read event list from HIMAP-BCS.


: Read fault list from HIMAP-BCS.

7)

: View measured data from HIMAP-BCS. It is similar function of menu Display

Measurement and also monitored real time Overview, Current, Voltage, Power, Energy, and
Harmonics.
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: Output the report.


While parameter display displayed, click this icons produce parameter setup information report,
and at the event analysis displayed, produce event information report, and also at the fault
analysis displayed, fault information report should be produced. Report should be out to excel
format. parameter report stored to C:\HIMAP_BCS\Report\SettingReport folder,
event report stored to C:\HIMAP_BCS\Report\EventReport folder,
fault report stored to C:\HIMAP_BCS\Report\FaultReport folder, automatically.
8)
: Display present HIMAP-BCS version.
9)
: ezLadder software open. At that time, communication port of HIMAP-BCS Manager
were opened, ezLadder software should be closed automatically.
: Mimic drawer software open. At that time, communication port of HIMAP-BCS
10)
Manager were opened, ezLadder software should be closed automatically.
11)
: Screen pull and down.
12)

: COM port status displays.

2. User guide
1) Click
icon operates connect communication port between PC and HIMAP-BCS.
Below figures describes communication port setup. Default connection speed is 38,400 bps.

2) Click

icon operates read the parameters from HIMAP-BCS and display as below figure.

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pull down menu contains three kinds of sub2-1) At the upper left side
menu which is ActiveRelay, Relay and System. Above figure describes ActiveRelay
displays and shows entire protection function as well as Enable/Disable/Reclose status.
If specific single relay were selected by click, detailed description should be displayed.
2-2) Below figure describes 49 Relay detailed display.

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2-3) Left sides show Relay numbers and its descriptions. While select single relay, detailed
contents displayed on right sides and each parameters are able to download. And also, provides
characteristic curves if needed. Each setting parameters are downloadable to HIMAP-BCS.
Download to HIMAP-BCS button operate download parameters of present page. If required
to download all setting values which protections and system setup, Download All button
click makes it.
2-4) Save Parameter button save and store the present parameter values, named *.param
file extension. Load Parameter button loads stored parameter named *.param file
extensions. Parameter means all kinds of relay elements and system elements.
2-5) Below figure describes detailed System display.

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2-6) System display provide HIMAP-BCS system setup and download functions same as relay
setting display.

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3) Click

icon operates read event list from HIMAP-BCS.

3-1) HIMAP-BCS able to backup the events by time through the event list were increased.
Above figure describes stored event lists by time. HIMAP-BCS create 1 backup file for 10,000
events, and empty backup only displays current event.
3-2) To view specific event contents, select desired event index and click UPLOAD button.
Below figure describes detailed event display.
3-3) Event list orders newest event display on the top of table and oldest listed on the bottom
for the user convenience. Description row also describe brief summary of event content.
3-4) Bottom of display shows Detail Information describes Trip event detailed information.

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4) Click

icon operates read fault list from HIMAP-BCS and display.

4-1) Fault stored up to 100, newest fault listed on the top of table. Fault index and Backup fault
time describes easy to understand.

4-2) To view specific fault contents, select desired fault index and click UPLOAD button.
Fault file upload takes about 25 seconds for read and display.
Below figure describes detailed fault analysis display.

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4-3) Fault wave shows Primary current (Ia, Ib, Ic, In), Secondary current(Ia (2), Ib (2), Ic (2)),
Voltage (Va, Vb, Vc, Vn) and digit information. Upper right sides of display describe detailed
fault wave information. Two yellow bar cursors on the waveform makes wave data translate to
table value of upper left sides. Detailed button descriptions are as below,

: Grab curser

: Grab function, grap and move the graph

: Enlarge the graph X and Y axis

: Enlarge the graph X axis

: Enlarge the graph Y axis

: Minimize the graph X and Y axis

: Minimize the graph X axis

: Minimize the graph Y axis

: Gradually enlarge the graph


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: Gradually minimize the graph

: While analyze the fault, vector diagram popup and able to analyze the vector
diagram

: While analyze the fault, harmonic histogram popup and able to analyze the
harmonic histogram

: Choose fault waveform instantaneous value and RMS value

: Move left the cursor on the fault graph, able to check the detailed value.

: Move right the cursor on the fault graph, able to check the detailed value.

5) At the upper middle side

pull down menu, select File Download makes


move to file download page. HIMAP-BCS Manager able to download setup files and execution
files to HIMAP-BCS.

After finished file download, HIMAP-BCS reset popup windows occurs. File download and
system renewal might be completed after reset procedure.

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HIMAP-BCS
Protective functions

1. Protective Functions

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1. HiMAP-BCS Protective Functions


Rated Current

AC 1A
Instantaneous, Definite : 1.00A ~ 18.00A(0.01A step)

Setting Range
OCR

Inverse, Very inverse, Extremely inverse, Inverse-type D, Inverse-type E,


Inverse-type F, Kepco inverse, Kepco very inverse : 0.20A ~ 2.40A(0.01A
step)

(50-1/50-2)

Instantaneous : Below 0.05sec

(51-1/51-2/51-3)

Definite : (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)


Characteristic

Inverse, Very inverse, Extremely inverse, Inverse-type D, Inverse-type E,


Inverse-type F, Kepco inverse, Kepco very inverse : (Op Level : 0.05 ~ 10,
0.01 step)

Rated Current

AC 1A
Instantaneous, Definite : 1.00A ~ 18.00A(0.01A step)

Setting Range
OCR-Secondary

Inverse, Very inverse, Extremely inverse, Inverse-type D, Inverse-type E,


Inverse-type F, Kepco inverse, Kepco very inverse : 0.20A ~ 2.40A(0.01A
step)

(50S-1/50S-2)

Instantaneous : Below 0.05sec

(51S-1/51S-2/51S-3)

Definite : (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)


Characteristic

Inverse, Very inverse, Extremely inverse, Inverse-type D, Inverse-type E,


Inverse-type F, Kepco inverse, Kepco very inverse : (Op Level : 0.05 ~ 10,
0.01 step)

Rated Current

AC 1A
Instantaneous, Definite : 0.10A ~ 12.00A(0.01A step)

Setting Range
OCGR

Inverse, Very inverse, Extremely inverse, Inverse-type D, Inverse-type E,


Inverse-type F, Kepco inverse, Kepco very inverse : 0.02A ~ 1.00A(0.01A
step)

(50G-1/50G-2)

Instantaneous : Below 0.05sec

(51G-1/51G-2)

Definite : (0.05sec - 10sec, 0.01sec step)


Characteristic

Inverse, Very inverse, Extremely inverse, Inverse-type D, Inverse-type E,


Inverse-type F, Kepco inverse, Kepco very inverse : (Op Level : 0.05 ~ 10,
0.01 step)

UVR
(27-1/27-2)

Rated Voltage

AC 120V

Setting Range

20.0V ~ 120.0V(0.1V step)

Characteristic

Definite (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)

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UCR
(37)

Rated Current

AC 1A

Setting Range

0.04A ~ 0.50A(0.01A step)

Characteristic

Definite (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)

Rated Current

AC 1A

Setting Range

0.10A ~ 0.50A(0.01A step), 3.0V ~ 180.0V(0.1V step)


Instantaneous : Below 0.05sec

NSR
(46-1/46-2)

Definite : (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)


Characteristic

Inverse, Very inverse, Extremely inverse, Inverse-type D, Inverse-type E,


Inverse-type F, Kepco inverse, Kepco very inverse : (Op Level : 0.05 ~ 10,
0.01 step)

VPSR

Rated Voltage

AC 120V

Setting Range

60.0V ~ 120.0V(0.1V step)

Characteristic

Definite (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)

Rated Voltage

AC 120V

Setting Range

2.0V ~ 60.0V(0.1V step)

Characteristic

Definite (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)

Rated Current

AC 1A

(47P)

VNSR
(47N)

THR

Setting Range

(49)

51LR

Block limit : 0.10A ~ 4.00A(0.01A step)

Characteristic

Hot/Cold limit : 0.5sec ~ 180sec(0.1sec step), tc/th : 0.1 ~ 20(0.1 step)

Rated Current

AC 1A

Setting Range

(Stall/Locked Rotor)
Characteristic

Starting current : 0.20A ~ 14.40A(0.01A step)


Locked rotor current : 0.20A ~ 6.00A(0.01A step)
Definite : (1sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)
Extremely inverse : (1sec ~ 60sec, 0.01sec step)

Rated Voltage

AC 120V

Setting Range

130.0V ~ 170.0V(0.1V step)

OVR
(59-1/59-2)

0.10A ~ 1.20A(0.01A step)

Definite : (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)


Characteristic

Inverse, Very inverse, Extremely inverse, Inverse-type D, Inverse-type E,


Inverse-type F, Kepco inverse, Kepco very inverse : (Op Level : 0.05 ~ 10,
0.01 step)

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Rated Voltage

AC 120V

Setting Range

12.0V ~ 60.0V(0.1V step)


Instantaneous : Below 0.05sec

OVGR

Definite : (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)

(64-1/64-2/64-3)
Characteristic

Inverse, Very inverse, Extremely inverse, Inverse-type D, Inverse-type E,


Inverse-type F, Kepco inverse, Kepco very inverse : (Op Level : 0.05 ~ 10,
0.01 step)

Allowed Start
NCHR
(66)

DOCR

Time

1 ~ 50(1 step)
Allow time : 1min ~ 60min(1min step)
Reset time : 1min ~ 60min(1min step)

Thermal State

40% ~ 100%(1% step)

Characteristic

Instantaneous

Rated Voltage

AC 120V

Rated Current

AC 1A

Setting Range

(67)

0.20A ~ 2.40A(0.01A step), 3.0V ~ 180.0V(0.1V step), (Ref.)0deg ~


359deg(1deg step), (Op.) 30deg ~ 90deg(1deg step)
Definite : (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)

Characteristic

Inverse, Very inverse, Extremely inverse, Inverse-type D, Inverse-type E,


Inverse-type F, Kepco inverse, Kepco very inverse : (Op Level : 0.05 ~ 10,
0.01 step)

DOCGR

Rated Voltage

AC 120V

Rated Current

AC 1A

Setting Range

(67N-1/67N-2)

0.05A ~ 10.00A(0.01A step), 12.0V ~ 60.0V(0.1V step), (Ref.)0deg ~


359deg(1deg step), (Op.) 10deg ~ 170deg(1deg step)
Definite : (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)

Characteristic

Inverse, Very inverse, Extremely inverse, Inverse-type D, Inverse-type E,


Inverse-type F, Kepco inverse, Kepco very inverse : (Op Level : 0.05 ~ 10,
0.01 step)

DGR
(67GD)

Rated Voltage

AC 120V

Rated Current

AC 1A

Setting Range
Characteristic

0.04A ~ 0.40A(0.01A step), 12.0V ~ 24.0V(0.1V step), 10deg ~ 45deg(1deg


step)
Definite (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)

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SGR
(67GS)

Rated Voltage

AC 120V

Rated Current

AC 1.5mA

Setting Range

1mA ~ 10mA(1mA step), 12.0V ~ 24.0V(0.1V step), 45deg ~ 75deg(1deg


step)

Characteristic

Definite (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)

Rated Current

AC 1A
Primary current : 0.20A ~ 1.20A(0.01A step)
Secondary current : 0.20A ~ 1.20A (0.01A step)
Transformer type : Dy1 ~ Yy6(16 type)
Zero compensation : Enable/Disable
Instantaneous ratio : 500 ~ 1500%(1% step)

DFR-TR

Setting Range

Minimum pickup ratio : 20 ~ 100%(1% step)


Knee point 1 : 20% ~ 500% (1% step)

(87T)

Slope 1 : 20% ~ 100%(1% step)


Knee point 2 : 20% ~ 1500%(1% step)
Slope 2 : 20% ~ 100%(1% step)
2nd harmonic content : 10 ~ 30%(1% step)
Mode : Instantaneous differential, Percent differential
Characteristic

Instantaneous : Below 0.05sec


Definite : (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)

DFR-Motor

Rated Current

AC 1A

Setting Range

0.04A 1.00A(0.01A step)

(87M)
Characteristic

Breaker Failure
(50BF)

Fuse Failure
(FF)

Definite : (0.05sec - 10sec, 0.01sec step)

Rated Current

AC 1A

Setting Range

0.10A ~ 4.00A(0.01A step)

Characteristic

Definite : (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)

Rated Voltage

AC 120V

Setting Range

5.0V ~ 180.0V(0.1V step)

Characteristic

Definite (0.05sec ~ 10sec, 0.01sec step)

Reclosing Trials

1 ~ 7(1 step)
Prepare time : 1.0 ~ 300.0sec(0.1sec step)

Reclosing
(79)

Instantaneous : Below 0.05sec

Setting Time

Reclaim time : 5.0 ~ 600.0sec(0.1sec step)


Reclosing time(1 ~ 7) : 0.1 ~ 300.0sec(0.1sec step)
Reclose duration : 0.1 ~ 5.0sec(0.1sec step)

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Reclose Success-Holding Time : 1 ~ 600.0sec(1sec step)


Reclose Failure-Holding Time : 1 ~ 600.0sec(1sec step)
Success Alarm Counter: 0 ~ 300(1 step)
A/R Lockout Counter: 0 ~ 300(1 step)
Characteristic
Rated Frequency

Definite
50Hz

OFR

Rated Voltage

AC 120 V

(81O-1/81O-2/

Setting Range

45 Hz 55 Hz(0.01 Hz step)

81O-3/81O-4)
Characteristic
Rated Frequency

Under voltage blocking (55 V 99 V, 0.1 V step)


Definite (0.1 s 400 s, 0.01 s step)
50Hz

UFR

Rated Voltage

AC 120 V

(81U-1/81U-2/

Setting Range

45 Hz 55 Hz(0.01 Hz step)

81U-3/81U-4)
Characteristic
Rated Frequency

Under voltage blocking (55V 99 V, 0.1 V step)


Definite (0.1 s 400 s, 0.01 s step)
50Hz

FROC

Rated Voltage

AC 120 V

(81R-1/81R-2/

Setting Range

0.3 Hz/s 10.0 Hz/s(0.1 Hz/s step)

81R-3/81R-4)
Characteristic

APR

Under voltage blocking (55 V 99 V, 0.1 V step)


Definite (0.1 s 400 s, 0.01 s step)

Rated Voltage

AC 120 V

Rated Current

AC 1A

Setting Range

2 W 4500 W (1 W step)

(32P-1/32P-2)

Mode1 : Single phase / Three phase


Characteristic

Mode2 : Forward / Reverse


Definite : (0.05 s 60 s, 0.01 s step)

RPR

Rated Voltage

AC 120 V

Rated Current

AC 1A

Setting Range

2 Var 4500 Var (1 Var step)

(32Q-1/32Q-2)

Mode1 : Single phase / Three phase


Characteristic

Mode2 : Forward / Reverse


Definite : (0.05 s 60 s, 0.01 s step)

Auxiliary Power Supply Voltage


Communication Port

AC/DC 95V ~ 250V , 50/60Hz


RS-485(Rear) x 1, RS-232C(Front) x 1, Fiber optic x 2(*option)

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Appendix

1. Characteristic curve

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2.

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Logic (Example)

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1. Characteristic curve

Normal Inverse Curve

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Very Inverse Curve

85

Extremely Inverse Curve

86

Inverse Curve-D

87

Inverse Curve-E

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Inverse Curve-F

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Inverse-K (KEPCO) Curve

90

Very Inverse-K (KEPCO) Curve

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THR, 51LR Curve

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DGR Curve

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SGR Curve

94

87T Curve

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67N Curve

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67 Curve

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2. Logic ( Example: INCOMING A Switch Over Device )

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