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PROTECT
Electronics Co. Ltd

EuroProt
complex protection
DTI-MV-C-EP
factory configuration for
Capacitor bank protection
Users manual
Version: V 1.02e

Document ID: ES-13-15153-00

Budapest, June 2005.


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CONTENTS

1 Application field .............................................................................................................. 4


1.1 Main characteristics ...........................................................................................................5
1.2 Main characteristics of the hardware ...............................................................................6
2 Operation of the protection functions ........................................................................... 7
2.1 Asymmetry protection function.........................................................................................7
2.1.1 Realisation of the asymmetry protection function .........................................................................7
2.1.2 Parameter setting............................................................................................................................8
2.1.3 Outputs of the asymmetry protection function...............................................................................9
2.2 Phase overcurrent protection function ...........................................................................10
2.2.1 Realisation of the phase overcurrent function..............................................................................10
2.2.2 Parameter setting..........................................................................................................................10
2.2.3 Outputs of the phase overcurrent protection function..................................................................11
2.3 Earth-fault (zero sequence) overcurrent protection function.......................................12
2.3.1 Realisation of the earth-fault protection function ........................................................................12
2.3.2 Parameter setting..........................................................................................................................14
2.3.3 Outputs of the earth-fault protection function..............................................................................15
2.4 Phase over/undervoltage protection function.................................................................16
2.4.1 Realisation of the phase over/undervoltage protection function ..................................................16
2.4.2 Parameter setting..........................................................................................................................16
2.4.3 Outputs of the over/undervoltage protection function .................................................................17
2.5 Zero sequence overvoltage function ................................................................................18
2.5.1 Realisaton of the zero sequence overvoltage protection function ................................................18
2.5.2 Parameter setting..........................................................................................................................18
2.5.3 Outputs of the zero sequence overvoltage protection function ....................................................19
2.6 Optional inverse time overcurrent functions (ANSI 51) ...............................................20
2.6.1 Principle of measurement ............................................................................................................20
2.6.2 The parameters of the function ....................................................................................................21
2.6.3 Digital outputs of the function .....................................................................................................21
2.7 Additional functions .........................................................................................................22
2.7.1 The digital software matrix ..........................................................................................................22
2.7.2 The PROTLOG equations............................................................................................................24
2.7.3 Application of the optically isolated digital inputs ......................................................................26
2.7.4 Application of the relay outputs...................................................................................................26
2.7.5 Circuit breaker control function...................................................................................................26
2.7.6 The integrated disturbance recorder function ..............................................................................27
2.7.7 The user-defined timers ...............................................................................................................28
2.7.8 The LED indications ....................................................................................................................29
2.7.9 Latching .......................................................................................................................................29
2.7.10 Dispalyed messages ................................................................................................................30
2.7.11 The displayed measurements (On line window, summary) ....................................................30
2.7.12 The self-monitoring system.....................................................................................................33
3 Communication with the device................................................................................... 35
3.1 The menu system...............................................................................................................35
3.1.1 The Events menu ......................................................................................................................35
3.1.2 The Test menu..........................................................................................................................36
3.1.3 The CHK menu ........................................................................................................................36
3.1.4 The Version menu ....................................................................................................................37
3.1.5 The Param. menu......................................................................................................................37

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3.1.6 Password ......................................................................................................................................37
3.1.7 Parameters related to the serial communication...........................................................................37
3.2 Connection to an external PC ..........................................................................................37
4 The optional SCADA functions.................................................................................... 38
5 Arrangement of the device ........................................................................................... 38
6 Sizes ................................................................................................................................ 38
7 Ordering information. .................................................................................................. 39
8 Contact information ...................................................................................................... 39

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1 Application field
The EuroProt type complex protection in respect of hardware and software is a modular
device. The modules are assembled and configured according to the requirements, then the
functions are determined - within the hardware limitations - by the software. This document
describes the individual characteristics of a specific application: the factory configuration
DTI-MV-C-EP complex capacitor bank protection. The general description of the members
of the EuroProt type complex protection family can be found in document EuroProt
complex protection, hardware and software description and users manual (further
EuroProt manual).

The DTI-MV-C-EP factory configuration of the EuroProt devices can be applied for
protection of capacitor banks, which are divided in two symmetrical parts, and the two star
points are interconnected with each other by a current transformer.

Remark: in this primary configuration there is no measuring voltage transformer between the
star points. Because of lack of the voltage transformer the DKVL1-EP factory configuration
of the capacitor bank protection, - which realises a compensating measuring algorithm and a
fault locator function - cannot be applied.

The DTI-MV-C-EP factory configuration includes a high sensitivity two stage definite time
overcurrent protection, which measures the secondary current of the current transformer
between the star points. The turns ratio of this current transformer is usually below that of
the main current transformers, which are applied for measuring the phase currents.

This manual describes one version only: DTI-MV-C-EP. The hardware configuration (total
number of output relays, total number of digital inputs, voltage input module, CB circuit test
module etc.) depends on the ordering.

One factory configuration as an example - contains 16 output relays, 8 relays out of them
are operated by the software matrix, the other 8 are driven by PROTLOG equations.

The factory configuration contains 8 optically isolated digital inputs. These can be extended
with optional 8 further inputs, the signals of which are processed by the PROTLOG
equations.

The optional CB circuit test module contains additional 4 optically isolated digital inputs.

The optional SCADA functions extend the device to a complex bay unit. The second group
of the optically isolated digital inputs (8 signals) are assigned to these functions, and any of
the output relays can be assigned (by simple parameter setting) to SCADA functions as well.

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1.1 Main characteristics

The DTI-MV-C-EP factory configuration for complex capacitor bank protection has the
following characteristics:

The protection part of the device includes the following functions:

Two stage definite time asymmetry protection,


Two stage definite time phase overcurrent protection function (optionally with standard
inverse definite minimum time characteristics),
Two stage definite time earth fault (zero sequence) overcurrent protection function
(optionally with standard inverse definite minimum time characteristics),
Over/undervoltage protection function (if the optional voltage input module is applied),
Zero sequence overvoltage protection function (if the optional voltage input module is
applied).

The main characteristics of the optional SCADA functions integrated into the device are
as follows:

The SCDA functions are processed by a dedicated micro-controller of the CPU module,
or by an optional separate SCADA hardware module,
The optional graphic LCD (if the hardware is configured in 84TE box) provides the full
range of the local SCADA functions,
The SCADA functions can be as follows:
SCADA functions related to the bay:
> Local and remote operation,
> Interlocking functions,
> Generation of status signals,
> Event logs,
> Protection command communication,
> Communication with the intelligent graphic display,
Transfer of the messages generated by the protection function to the SCADA
system,
Receipt of command from the SCADA system and command processing,
Receipt of command from the graphic LCD and command processing.

The software realises continuous and periodic self-check functions.


The usual factory configuration contains 16 output relays, out of them 8 are operated by
the software matrix and 8 are used by the PROTLOG equations (the configuration
depends on options).
The usual factory configuration contains 8 optically isolated digital inputs, which can be
optionally extended to 16 inputs.
The event log can store up to 50 evaluated events, the event sequence recorder is
designed to store up to 300 digital events with 1 ms time resolution.
The real-time clock of the device is supported by battery-fed RAM. The clock can be
synchronised with external PC or by the SCADA system, additionally the Word Time

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Synchroniser (GPS-OP) produced by Protecta Co. Ltd is available for this purpose as
well.
The integrated disturbance recorder of the CPU module can store up to 11 recorded
disturbances, the total recording time is about 10 s.
The software realises several measuring functions based on the available analogue
signals.

1.2 Main characteristics of the hardware


A DTI-MV-C-EP complex numerical capacitor bank protection is a fully numerical,
microprocessor-based device, the functions are realised by software within the hardware
environment.

The device can perform all usual protection and control tasks of the capacitor banks.

The design of the device and the ways of man-machine communication is described in details
in the EuroProt manual.

The device provides local man-machine interface (2x16 character LCD screen and 6 push-
buttons integrated in the front panel). The operation of the device (parameter setting, on-line
checking) is more convenient using an external PC, which runs the Protect for Windows
operating software developed by Protecta Co. Ltd. The EuroProt manual describes the
operation both of the local interface and of the operating PC software.

The external communication is possible using the RS 232 interface, which is isolated to
withstand 2 kV voltages, or using the fibre optic connectors of the rear panel of the CPU
module. Both connecting methods are described in the EuroProt manual.

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2 Operation of the protection functions


A DTI-MV-C-EP complex numerical capacitor bank protection includes the following
protection functions:

Two stage definite time asymmetry protection function,


Two stage definite time phase overcurrent protection function
(optionally with standard inverse definite minimum time
characteristics),
Two stage definite time earth fault (zero sequence) overcurrent
protection function (optionally with standard inverse definite minimum
time characteristics),
Over/undervoltage protection function (if the optional voltage input
module is applied),
Zero sequence overvoltage protection function (if the optional voltage
input module is applied).

These functions are fully independent of each other; the setting is independent as well. The
outputs are operated via software matrix; each function can be enabled or disabled by
parameters or by programming the matrix. This chapter describes the individual protection
functions in details.

2.1 Asymmetry protection function


The main protection function of this factory configuration is the asymmetry protection for the
capacitor banks.

2.1.1 Realisation of the asymmetry protection function

The principle of the asymmetry function of the complex numerical capacitor bank protection
as it is applied in the DTI-MV-C-EP type factory configuration is based on the differential
current measurement from the current transformer located between the neutral points of the
two halves of the capacitor bank. The algorithm determines the basic Fourier component of
the differential current, and this value is compared to the setting.

If the capacitors connected to the phase conductors are symmetrical, no current flows
between the interconnected star points. Because the capacitances of the individual units are
not identical, even in faultless state a certain differential current can flow between the star
points of the halved capacitor banks. To minimise this current the individual units must be
selected and exchanged before commissioning to decrease asymmetry and to decrease the
differential current in faultless state. The result is that with a small current setting a sensitive
protection can be realised.

The algorithm, which can be applied, does not allow compensation of the natural asymmetry,
so the capacitor units must be carefully selected and exchanged.

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The asymmetry protection function is realised with two independent definite time overcurrent
stages. The smaller current setting stage generates warning signal, the other one a trip
command.

2.1.2 Parameter setting

The asymmetry protection function needs the following parameter setting (see Fig. 1 below.
This figure is the snapshot from the Protect for Windows operating programs parameter
window. Fig. 2 summarises the parameter values as displayed on the local LCD of the
device):

Fig. 1 parameters of the asymmetry protection function (Protect for Windows).

LCD parameter name: Min Max Step


dI>: [%] 10 2500 1
t[dI>]: [ms] 0 60000 10
dI>>: [%] 10 2500 1
t[dI>>]: [ms] 0 60000 10

Fig. 2 parameters of the asymmetry protection function (LCD).

The current settings (dI>, dI>>) are expressed in percent of the current transformer rated
current, which is located between the star points.

The asymmetry protection function must be enabled wit PROTLOG equation. As an example
Fig.3 shows enabling the high current setting stage:

Fig. 3 Enabling the asymmetry protection high current setting stage (example)

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2.1.3 Outputs of the asymmetry protection function

Eight out of sixteen output relays (K1 K16) of the DTI-MV-C-EP device is programmed
by the software matrix. (See chapter The digital software matrix). (The total number of
relays depends on options.) The other group of the output contacts can be used by PROTLOG
equations (See chapter The PROTLOG equations). If optional SCADA functions are
applied too, then parameter setting defines which output relays are used by the SCADA
functions.

In matrix programming the matrix rows related to the asymmetry function are:

On the PC screen: dI>, dI>t, dI>>, dI>>t


On the local LCD: Mx dI>, Mx dI>[t], Mx dI>> , Mx dI>>[t]

In the PROTLOG equations the following input variables are related to the asymmetry
protection function:

dI>, dI>t, dI>>, dI>>t, with latching: *dI>, *dI>t, *dI>>, *dI>>t

The latching of the signals related to the function is programmed by parameter setting. On the
local LCD the parameters related to the latching are:

Latching/ dI>t, dI>>t.

In the Protect for Windows software this is displayed in the Parameters window as it is
shown on Fig. 4 (the character can be changed to + by pressing ENTER, or by clicking
with the mouse):

Fig. 4 Parameter setting for signal latching, asymmetry function

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2.2 Phase overcurrent protection function


One of the protection functions of the complex capacitor bank protection is the two stage
definite time overcurrent protection, which evaluates the three phase currents.

2.2.1 Realisation of the phase overcurrent function

The DTI-MV-C-EP factory configuration for capacitor bank protection realises two stage
definite time overcurrent protection function against phase faults.

Applying Fourier method the algorithm calculates the basic harmonic component of all three
phase currents, and these calculated values are compared with the setting values. If the basic
harmonic value of any phase currents is above the setting, the function starts the timer, the
expiry of which generates a trip command.

The measurement, the calculation and the comparison with the setting in all three phases is
independent of each other, the timing however is common, and only one trip command is
generated.

2.2.2 Parameter setting

The definite time phase overcurrent protection function needs the following parameter
setting, as it is demonstrated in Figures 5 and 6. Fig. 5 is a copy of the PC screen of the
Protect for Windows parameter setting software, Fig.6 summarises the parameters as they
appear on the local LCD:

Fig. 5 Parameter setting of the phase overcurrent protection function (Protect for Windows)

LCD parameter name Min Max Step


CT: [A] 15 15000 5
I>InCT: [%] 20 2500 5
I>>InCT: [%] 20 2500 5
t[I>] [ms] 0 60000 10
t[I>>] [ms] 0 60000 10

Fig. 6 Parameter setting of the phase overcurrent protection function (LCD)

The stages of the definite time phase overcurrent protection function need enabling with
PROTLOG logic equations. As an example Fig.7 shows enabling the high current setting
stage:

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Fig. 7 enabling the phase overcurrent function with PROTLOG equation (example)

2.2.3 Outputs of the phase overcurrent protection function

Eight out of sixteen output relays (K1 K16) of the DTI-MV-C-EP device is programmed
by the software matrix (See chapter The digital software matrix). (The total number of
relays depends on options.) The other group of the output contacts can be used by PROTLOG
equations (See chapter The PROTLOG equations). If optional SCADA functions are
applied too, then parameter setting defines which output relays are used by the SCADA
functions.

In matrix programming the matrix rows related to the phase overcurrent protection function
are:

On the PC screen: I>>, I>, I>>[t], I>[t]


On the local LCD: Mx I>>, Mx I>>[t], Mx I>, Mx I>[t]

In the PROTLOG equations the following input variables are related to the phase overcurrent
protection function:

Ir>>, Is>>, It>>, I>>, I>>[t], Ir>, Is>, It>, I>, I>[t],
With latching: *Ir>>, *Is>>, *It>>, *I>>, *I>>[t], *Ir>, *Is>, *It>, *I>, *I>[t],

The latching of the signals related to the function is programmed by parameter setting. On the
local LCD the parameters related to the latching are:

Latching/ I>t, I>>t

In the Protect for Windows software this is displayed in the Parameters window as it is
shown on Fig. 8 (the character can be changed to + by pressing ENTER, or by clicking
with the mouse):

Fig. 8 Parameter setting for signal latching, phase overcurrent protection function

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2.3 Earth-fault (zero sequence) overcurrent protection function


One of the protection functions of the complex capacitor bank protection is the two stage
definite time earth-fault overcurrent protection function.

If the neutral point of the network is not effectively grounded, then the fault current value in
case of single earth faults is relatively small as compared to the phase-to-phase fault currents.
Because of this fact a dedicated protection function is needed, which measures the zero
sequence current, has a low current setting, and it has directionality as well.

On networks with not effectively grounded neutral point there are frequently double earth-
faults (cross country faults), the amplitude of the fault current of which is in the range of that
of the phase-to-phase fault currents. The dedicated protection function for these faults is the
high current setting stage of the zero sequence overcurrent protection. This stage can be
applied for single earth-fault protection too, if as an example - the earth-fault current is
increased by a resistor, connected parallel to the Petersen coil.

2.3.1 Realisation of the earth-fault protection function

The DTI-MV-C-EP factory configuration for capacitor bank protection contains a double
stage, definite time zero sequence overcurrent protection function.

The zero sequence current acquisition of the stages are different: the high current setting
stage detects the zero sequence current as the sum of the three currents of the phases:

3Io = Ir + Is + It.

The low current setting directional stage processes directly the zero sequence current, which
is received by a dedicated input current transformer.

For both zero sequence overcurrent stages the algorithm calculates the basic harmonic
component using Fourier method, and these values are compared with the setting. If the basic
harmonic values of the zero sequence currents are above the setting, the function starts the
timer, the expiry of which generates a trip command. The comparison with the setting value
of the two stages is independent from each other, and the stages have independent timer
setting values as well.

The high current setting zero sequence stage has no directionality. In case of cross country
fault the value of the fault current is in the range of the high phase-to-phase fault current,
which is usually decreased somewhat by the high fault resistance at the fault locations. If one
of the faults is in the bay of the capacitor bank, this stage can clear the fault.

The low current setting directional zero sequence overcurrent stage is the selective protection
function against single earth faults on not effectively grounded networks. If voltage input
module is applied and the zero sequence voltage can be calculated, then the condition of
starting of the 3Io> stage is starting of Uo>, which means that stating the earth fault
protection for safety reasons is possible only if the zero sequence overvoltage function starts
(see below), and the angle between the zero sequence voltage and current is within the setting
range. This function has dedicated timer setting as well. The low current setting zero
sequence overcurrent stage must be enabled (Io>Enable) and the directionality must be
enabled too (Io>FiEnable). (See chapter Parameter setting below).
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The correct operation of the earth-fault protection is possible only if sufficient zero sequence
current is available. In networks with isolated neutral it means that the extent of the network
should be enough to produce sufficient capacitive zero sequence current in the faulty bay. In
compensated networks connecting a parallel resistance to the Petersen coil in case of earth
fault supports the correct operation of the earth-fault protection. This resistance increases the
zero sequence current. This is needed because due to the compensation the zero sequence
earth current is small, and its direction is not definitely defined. On networks with resistance
grounded neutral points the earth-fault current is sufficient for correct operation of the earth-
fault protection.

In networks with isolated neutral point the directionality should be sensitive for currents
flowing from the network capacitances [e.g. 3Io Phi min = 3150, 3Io Phi max = 1350]. In
compensated networks with current increasing resistance, and in networks with resistance
earthed neutral points the real current components should be detected [e.g. 3IoPhi min =
2900, 3Io Phi max = 800]. The proposed hysteresis value should be 3Io Phi hyst 100.

The operating range of the zero sequence directional overcurrent protection function is shown
on Fig. 9. (See additionally chapter Parameter setting).

Uo

3Io Fi min.
3Io Fi HIST.

AT DROP 3Io
OFF

3Io Fi max.

RANGE OF
AT PICK UP
OPERATION

REMARK:
3Io
The value of Fi min. can
be above Fi max.
3Io Fi HIST. E.g.: cos Fi characteristics:
Fi min.=280
Fi max.=80

Fig. 9 The operating range of the directional zero sequence overcurrent function

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2.3.2 Parameter setting

The directional zero sequence overcurrent protection function needs the following parameter
setting:

Fig. 10 Earth-fault protection parameter setting (Protect for Windows).

LCD parameter name: Min Max Step


3Io>>: [%] 20 2500 5
t[3Io>>] [ms] 0 60000 10
CTo: [A] 15 15000 1
3Io>: [%] 10 140 1
t[3Io>] [ms] 0 60000 10
IoFiMin 0 359 1
IoFiMax 0 359 1
IoFiHyst 0 359 1
Fig. 10 Earth-fault protection parameter setting (LCD).
The zero sequence overcurrent protection function must be enabled with PROTLOG logic
equations. As an example Fig. 12 shows enabling the high current setting stage:

Fig. 12 Enabling the high current setting stage with PROTLOG equation (example)
The low current setting stage (Io>Enable) and the directionality (Io>FiEnable) must be
enabled separately. If only Io>Enable is set, then the function operates without directionality.

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2.3.3 Outputs of the earth-fault protection function

Eight out of sixteen output relays (K1 K16) of the DTI-MV-C-EP device is programmed
by the software matrix (See chapter The digital software matrix). (The total number of
relays depends on options.) The other group of the output contacts can be used by PROTLOG
equations (See chapter The PROTLOG equations). If optional SCADA functions are
applied too, then parameter setting defines which output relays are used by the SCADA
functions.

In matrix programming the matrix rows related to the earth-fault overcurrent protection
function are:
On the PC screen: Io>>[t], Io>[t]
On the local LCD: Mx Io>>[t], Mx Io>[t]
In the PROTLOG equatins the following input variables are related to the earth-fault
overcurrent protection function:
Io>>, Io>>[t], Io>, Io>[t],
With latching: *Io>>, *Io>>[t], *Io>, *Io>[t],
The latching of the signals related to the function is programmed by parameter setting. On the
local LCD the parameters related to the latching are:
Latching/ Io>t, Io>>t
In the Protect for Windows software this is displayed in the Parameters window as it is
shown on Fig. 13 (the character can be changed to + by pressing ENTER, or by
clicking with the mouse):

Fig. 13. Parameter setting for signal latching, earth-fault overcurrent protection function

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2.4 Phase over/undervoltage protection function


One of the protection functions of the complex capacitor bank protection is the phase
over/undervoltage protection function. The application of voltage input module is optional.
When the device includes this module, this function is available. The aim of the application
can be for example the disconnection of the capacitor bank if the operating voltage reaches a
level which is dangerous for the capacitances.

2.4.1 Realisation of the phase over/undervoltage protection function

The DTI-MV-C-EP complex capactor bank protection configuration realises a three phase
voltage measurement of the line-to line voltages. Depending on the selection at parameter
setting the evaluation can be overvoltage or undervoltage decision.

The algorithm determines the basic harmonic component of the line-to-line voltages using
Fourier method, and this component is compared to the setting value. If the basic harmonic
component is above (or below) the setting value the protection function starts the dedicated
timer, the expiry of which generates a status signal.

The measurement and the comparison with the setting is performed individually with all
three voltages. According to the selection at setting the timer is started either by one voltage
violation or using the 3/2 logic only if two out of three voltages are above (or below) the
setting.

2.4.2 Parameter setting

The phase over/undervoltage protection function needs the following parameter setting.
Fig.14 shows the copy of the PC screen, Fig.15 summarises the parameters as they are
displayed on the local LCD of the device.

Fig 14 Parameters of the phase over/undervoltage protection function (Protect for Windows).

LCD parameter name Min Max Step


U<>: [%] 10 110 1
t[U<>] [ms] 0 60000 10
U<> over/under 0 1 1
VT: [V] 100 32000 10

Fig 15 Parameters of the phase over/undervoltage protection function (LCD).

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The over/undervoltage protection function must be enabled with PROTLOG logic equations.
As an example Fig. 15 shows enabling the function:

Fig. 15Enabling the over/undervoltage protection functionwith PROTLOG equation


(example)

2.4.3 Outputs of the over/undervoltage protection function

Eight out of sixteen output relays (K1 K16) of the DTI-MV-C-EP device is programmed
by the software matrix (See chapter The digital software matrix). (The total number of
relays depends on options.) The other group of the output contacts can be used by PROTLOG
equations (See chapter The PROTLOG equations). If optional SCADA functions are
applied too, then parameter setting defines which output relays are used by the SCADA
functions.

In matrix programming the matrix rows related to the over/undervoltage protection function
are:
On the PC screen: U<>, U<>[t]
On the local LCD: Mx U<>, Mx U<>[t]
In the PROTLOG equatins the following input variables are related to the over/undervoltage
protection function:
U<> start, U<> [t] timeout
With latching: * U<> start, * U<> [t] timeout
The latching of the signals related to the function cannot be programmed.

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2.5 Zero sequence overvoltage function


One of the protection functions of the complex capacitor bank protection is the zero sequence
overvoltage protection function. The aim of the application can be for example to set starting
condition for the low current setting zero sequence overcurrent protection function.

2.5.1 Realisaton of the zero sequence overvoltage protection function


The DTI-MV-C-EP factory configuration for capacitor bank protection realises zero
sequence overvoltage protection function.

The zero sequence voltage is calculated by the measured phase voltage values:

3Uo = Ur + Us + Ut.

The algorithm determines the basic harmonic component of the zero sequence voltage using
Fourier method, and this component is compared to the setting value. If the basic harmonic
component is above the setting value the protection function starts the dedicated timer, the
expiry of which sets status signal.

2.5.2 Parameter setting


The zero sequence overvoltage protection function needs the following parameter setting.
Fig.16 shows the copy of the PC screen, Fig.17 summarises the parameters as they are
displayed on the local LCD of the device.

Fig. 16 Parameters of the zero sequence overvoltage protection function


(Protect for Windows).
LCD parameter name Min Max Step
Uo>: [V] 10 110 1
t[Uo>] [ms] 0 60000 10
Fig. 17 Parameters of the zero sequence overvoltage protection function (LCD).

The zero sequence overvoltage protection function must be enabled with PROTLOG logic
equations. As an example Fig. 18 shows enabling the function:

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Fig. 15Enabling the zero sequence overvoltage protection function with PROTLOG equation
(example)

2.5.3 Outputs of the zero sequence overvoltage protection function

Eight out of sixteen output relays (K1 K16) of the DTI-MV-C-EP device is programmed
by the software matrix (See chapter The digital software matrix). (The total number of
relays depends on options.) The other group of the output contacts can be used by PROTLOG
equations (See chapter The PROTLOG equations). If optional SCADA functions are
applied too, then parameter setting defines which output relays are used by the SCADA
functions.

In matrix programming the matrix rows related to the zero sequence overvoltage protection
function are:
On the PC screen: Uo>, Uo>[t]
On the local LCD: Mx Uo>, Mx Uo>[t]
In the PROTLOG equatins the following input variables are related to the zero sequence
overvoltage protection function:
Uo> start, Uo> [t] timeout
With latching: * Uo> start, * Uo> [t] timeout
The latching of the signals related to the function cannot be programmed.

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2.6 Optional inverse time overcurrent functions (ANSI 51)
Optionally beside the generally used definite time overcurrent functions, inverse time
functions can be selected. These functions cover the standard current-dependent
characteristics.

2.6.1 Principle of measurement

The algorithm determines the base harmonic of the phase currents using Fourier method. The
protection function uses the standard current dependent characteristics:

Normal inverse (Type =0)


0.14
T = TN 0.02
I
1
IN

Very inverse (Type =1)


13.5
T = TN 1
I
1
IN

Extremely inverse (Type =2)


80
T = TN 2
I
1
IN

For all cases the rated current (IN) and the time multiplier (TN) must be set.

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2.6.2 The parameters of the function

The parameter setting on the Parameters window of the Protect for Windows software:

The parameter setting with the local LCD of the device:

LCD text Min Max Step Meaning


IDMT type(0,1,2) 0 2 1 (0: inverse, 1: very inverse, 2: extremely inverse)
IDMT In % 10 175 1 Current setting, related to the rated current of the
protected object
IDMT M const. 1 256 1 Time multiplier (20x) *

* the time multiplier can be calculated by dividing this M constant with 20.

Optionally for phase currents and for zero sequence currents two stages can be configured
both for warning and for trip generation, all with individual settings. The phase stages operate
individually for all three phases, but the digital outputs are common.

2.6.3 Digital outputs of the function

The function generates status signals of the operation. These status signals can be marshalled
by the software matrix similarly to the signals of the definite time functions, or they can be
inputs of the PROTLOS equations.

Meaning
Digital output
IDMT warn. Warning stage of the function in any of the three phases
IDMT trip Time over of the function (trip signal)
IDMT warn_o Warning stage of the zero sequence function
IDMT trip_o Time over of the zero sequencefunction (trip signal)

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2.7 Additional functions

2.7.1 The digital software matrix


The software matrix marshals the status signals of the protection and self-check functions
(matrix rows) to the dedicated relay outputs and user programmable timers (matrix columns).

The most convenient way to program the matrix is the application of the Protect for Windows
software running on an external PC. The logic connection between the row and column
elements can be established by changing the - character to + character using mouse or
pressing ENTER.

The matrix can be programmed using the man-machine interface of the device as well. In this
case the row parameter of the matrix must be filled with the sum of the binary code values
assigned to the outputs (matrix columns). (See details in the EuroProt manual).

Fig. 19 The software matrix in the Parameters window (Protect for Windows)

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The binary code values of the matrix outputs (matrix columns):


Matrix column Code
0
K1 output relay 2 = 1h
K2 output relay 21 = 2h
K3 output relay 22 = 4h
K4 output relay 23 = 8h
K5 output relay 24 = 10h
K6 output relay 25 = 20h
K7 output relay 26 = 40h
K8 output relay 27 = 80h
T1 timer 28 = 100h
T2 timer 29 = 200h
Fig. 20 Code values for programming the software matrix (LCD).

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2.7.2 The PROTLOG equations


The available digital signals in the device can be used to program logic equations, the results
of which can be used for different purposes.

2.7.2.1 Available inputs of the PROTLOG equations


The available logic signals are listed in the following tables:
PROTLOG Input Explanation
Input1 Optically isolated digital input No.1

Input16 Optically isolated digital input No.16
K1 K1 output relay

K8 K8 output relay
Ir>> Phase overcurrent function high current setting stage start in phase R
Is>> Phase overcurrent function high current setting stage start in phase S
It>> Phase overcurrent function high current setting stage start in phase T
I>> Phase overcurrent function high current setting stage general start
I>>[t] Phase overcurrent function high current setting stage timeout
Ir> Phase overcurrent function low current setting stage start in phase R
Is> Phase overcurrent function low current setting stage start in phase S
It> Phase overcurrent function low current setting stage start in phase T
I> Phase overcurrent function low current setting stage general start
I>[t] Phase overcurrent function low current setting stage timeout
Io>> Zero sequence overcurrent function high current setting stage start
Io>>[t] Zero sequence overcurrent function high current setting stage timeout
Io> Zero sequence overcurrent function low current setting stage start
Io>[t] Zero sequence overcurrent function low current setting stage timeout
U<> start Over/undervoltage protection function start
U<>[t] timeout Over/undervoltage protection function timeout
dI>> Asymmetry protection high current setting stage start
dI>>t Asymmetry protection high current setting stage timeout
dI> Asymmetry protection low current setting stage start
dI>t Asymmetry protection low current setting stage timeout
IDMT warn IDMT function warning stage in any of the three phases
IDMT trip IDMT function trip command in any of the three phases
IDMT warn_o IDMT zero sequence function warning stage
IDMT trip_o IDMT zero sequence function trip command
T[MXOT1] timeout T1 user defined timer timeout
T[MXOT2] timeout T2 user defined timer timeout
1st CB circuit OK 1st CB circuit healthy
2nd CB circuit OK 2nd CB circuit healthy
3rd CB circuit OK 3rd CB circuit healthy
4th CB circuit OK 4th CB circuit healthy
SW1 SW1 push-button pressed
SW2 SW2 push-button pressed
General start Any of the protection functions started
CHK 5 Signal of the CB circuit supervision module
CHK 6 Signal of the CB circuit supervision module
CHK 7 Signal of the CB circuit supervision module
CHK 8 Signal of the CB circuit supervision module
Fig. 21 List of the inputs of the PROTLOG equations

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PROTLOG output Explanation


1st matrix equation State of the matrix row of the 1st user defined equation
2nd matrix equation State of the matrix row of the 2nd user defined equation
3rd matrix equation State of the matrix row of the 3rd user defined equation
4th. matrix equation State of the matrix row of the 4th user defined equation
5th matrix equation State of the matrix row of the 5th user defined equation
6th matrix equation State of the matrix row of the 6th user defined equation
K9 State of the K9 output contact
K10 State of the K10 output contact
K11 State of the K11 output contact
K12 State of the K12 output contact
K13 State of the K13 output contact
K14 State of the K14 output contact
K15 State of the K15 output contact
K16 State of the K16 output contact
I>>enable Enabling the overcurrent protection high current setting stage
I> enable Enabling the overcurrent protection low current setting stage
Io>> enable Enabling the zero sequence overcurrent protection high current setting
stage
Io> enable Enabling the zero sequence overcurrent protection high current setting
stage
Io>Phi enable Enabling the directionality of the zero sequence overcurrent protection
low current setting stage
U<> enable Enabling the operation of the over/undervoltage protection
Uo> enable Enabling the zero sequence overvoltage protection
dI> enable Enabling the asymmetry protection low current setting stage
dI>> enable Enabling the asymmetry protection high current setting stage
IDMT enable Enabling the IDMT protection function for phase currents
IDMT_o enable Enabling the IDMT protection function for zero sequence currents
Acknowledgement Releasing of the latched elements (usually programmed for SW2)
DistRec level trig. Disturbance recorder level triggering
DistRec edge trig. Disturbance recorder edge triggering
t [CB circ.error]start Starting of the CB circuit checking timer
General trip LCD message for general trip
ParamPackage1 1st parameter package is active
ParamPackage2 2nd parameter package is active
ParamPackage3 3rd parameter package is active
ParamPackage4 4th parameter package is active
ParamPackage5 5th parameter package is active
ParamPackage6 6th parameter package is active
ParamPackage7 7th parameter package is active
ParamPackage8 8th parameter package is active

Fig. 22 List of the outputs of the PROTLOG equations

2.7.2.2 Programming the PROTLOG equations

The PROTLOG equations can be programmed using an external PC and the graphic equation
editor of the Protect for Windows operating software (The local LCD of the device does
not support this function).

The method of programming is described in the EuroProt manual.


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2.7.3 Application of the optically isolated digital inputs

The factory configuration contains 8 optically isolated digital inputs. These can be extended
with optional 8 further inputs, the signals of which are processed by the PROTLOG
equations. They can be programmed using an external PC and the graphic equation editor of
the Protect for Windows operating software (The local LCD of the device does not support
this function).

For SCADA applications the inputs are assigned to these purposes by programming.

2.7.4 Application of the relay outputs

The number of the relay outputs depend on ordering options. This factory configuration
contains 16 output relays, 8 relays out of them are operated by the software matrix (See
Chapter The digital software matrix), the other 8 are driven by PROTLOG equations (See
Chapter The PROTLOG equations).

The integrated disturbance recorder function records the state of the first four contacts only.

2.7.5 Circuit breaker control function

One of the windows of the Protect for Windows operation software is assigned to circuit
breaker control; manual on or off command can be generated here for the circuit breaker.

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2.7.6 The integrated disturbance recorder function

The CPU module contains an integrated disturbance recorder as well. The disturbance
recorder function records the available sampled analogue signals and the digital status
signals. This function does not have own man-machine interface, the records are available
using the figre optic communication interface. The records can be analysed on the screen of
the external PC, the records can be stored, printed of sent to the central engineering
workstation.

The sampled analogue signals recorded by the integrated disturbance recorder:

Analogue signal Explanation


Ir R phase current
Is S phase current
It T phase current
Io 3Io zero sequence current
Ur R phase voltage
Us S phase voltage
Ut T phase voltage
dIcs Current processed by the
assymmetry protection function

Fig. 23 Sampled analogue signals of the disturbance recorder

Digital signal Explanation


Ir> Phase overcurrent function low current setting stage start in phase R
Is> Phase overcurrent function low current setting stage start in phase S
It> Phase overcurrent function low current setting stage start in phase T
I>[t] Phase overcurrent function low current setting stage timeout
Ir>> Phase overcurrent function high current setting stage start in phase R
Is>> Phase overcurrent function high current setting stage start in phase S
It>> Phase overcurrent function high current setting stage start in phase T
I>>[t] Phase overcurrent function high current setting stage timeout
Io> Zero sequence overcurrent function low current setting stage start
Io>[t] Zero sequence overcurrent function low current setting stage timeout
Io>> Zero sequence overcurrent function high current setting stage start
Io>>[t] Zero sequence overcurrent function high current setting stage timeout
dI>_warning start Asymmetry protection function warning state start
dI>_warning Asymmetry protection function warning state
dI>>_trip start Asymmetry protection function trip state start
dI>>t_trip Asymmetry protection function trip state
Uo> Zero sequence overvoltage function start
Uo>[t] Zero sequence overvoltage function timeout
Urs<> Over/undervoltage protection start phases RS
Ust<> Over/undervoltage protection start phases ST
Utr< > Over/undervoltage protection start phases TR
U<>[t] Over/undervoltage protection timeout
(Continuation see following page)

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(Continuation from previous page)

IDMT warn IDMT function warning stage in any of the three phases
IDMT trip IDMT function trip command in any of the three phases
IDMT warn_o IDMT zero sequence function warning stage
IDMT trip_o IDMT zero sequence function trip command
Inp.1 State of input No. 1
Inp.2 State of input No. 2
Inp.3 State of input No. 3
Inp.4 State of input No. 4
Inp.5 State of input No. 5
Inp.6 State of input No. 6
Inp.7 State of input No. 7
Inp.8 State of input No. 8
K1 K1 output relay operated
K2 K2 output relay operated
K3 K3 output relay operated
K4 K4 output relay operated

Fig. 24 Digital status signals recorded by the disturbance recorder

The integrated disturbance recorder operates using factory settings. The user has only one
possibility for interaction: using the graphic PROTLOG equation editor the triggering must
be programmed ( See Chapter The PROTLOG equation and the EuroProt manual).

As an option the device can be extended with a disturbance recorder module as well. In this
module the triggering (level trigger or edge trigger), the time setting (pre-fault time, total
recording time, etc) can be programmed by parameter setting, the channels can be renamed,
etc. This disturbance recorder module has an own serial interface to send records to the
evaluating PC.

2.7.7 The user-defined timers

In this factory configuration there are two free programmable timers. These timers need
parameter setting. For the triggering status signals must be directed to the T1 and T2 matrix
columns, the timeout state is indicated by two matrix rows, and the PROTLOG equation
system has two inputs (T[MXOT1] timeout, T[MXOT2] timeout) too (See Chapter The
available inputs of the PROTLOG equations).

The parameter setting for the user-defined timers (time delays):

Fig. 25 Parameters for the user-defined timers (Protect for Windows)

On the local LCD:


t(MXO 1.), t(MXO 2.)
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2.7.8 The LED indications

In case of status changes in the device the seven LED-s of the front panel give quick
information about the events. The explanation of the seven LEDS are summarised (fop up to
down) in Fig. 26:

LED text Explanation


Warning LED: indicates displayed messages on the LCD, or need of user
LCD
interaction to acknowledge parameter changes
I> Phase overcurrent function low current setting stage start
I>> Phase overcurrent function high current setting stage start
Io> Zero sequence overcurrent function start
Uo> Zero sequence overvoltage function start
dI> Asymmetry protection function low current setting stage start (warning stage)
dI>> Asymmetry protection function high current setting stage start (trip stage)

Fig. 26 LED indications on the front panel of the device

The LED-s can be programmed for latching as well (See Chapter Latching below). When
programmed, the LED-s keep their energised state even after reset of the triggering state,
until acknowledgement. The acknowledgement must be programmed using the PROTLOG
equations (usually it is programmed for the SW1 push-button of the device).

2.7.9 Latching

The matrix rows and the LED signals can be programmed for lathing. (On the Parameters
screen of the Protect for Windows software the character must be changed to + with
ENTER or by clicking with the mouse).

LCD text Explanation


I>>[t] latching: /+=yes/ Phase overcurrent protection high current setting stage latching
I>[t] latching: /+= yes / Phase overcurrent protection low current setting stage latching
Io>>[t] latching: /+= yes / Zero sequent overcurrent protection high current setting stage
latching
Io>[t] latching : /+= yes / Zero sequent overcurrent protection low current setting stage
latching
Led latching : /+= yes / Latching of LED-s located on the front panel
dI>[t] latching: /+= yes / Asymmetry protection warning stage latching
dI>>[t] latching: /+= yes / Asymmetry protection trip stage latching
IDMT warn. latch. /+= yes / IDMT warning function latching for phase currents
IDMT trip latch. /+= yes / IDMT trip function latching for phase currents
IDMT_o warn latch /+= yes / IDMT function latching for zero sequence current
IDMT_o trip latch /+= yes / IDMT function latching for zero sequence current

Fig. 27 Parameter setting for latching (LCD).

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2.7.10 Dispalyed messages


If any of the protection functions have operated or the self-monitoring system detect any
errors, then the LCD displays the related messages in text format. The list of Fig. 28 shows
the pre-programmed message texts

Message text Explanation


EEPROM ERROR ! Error detected in the EEPROM
Memory battery low ! The battery of the RAM memory is discharged
Self check: A/D ERROR The automatic self-monitoring function detected error
When requesting stored events: no new event is stored since the last
NO since last reset !
reset
General trip! One of the functions generated trip command
DTI-MV-C-EP
Display of the current software version
date version
ERROR in CB circuit ! The CB circuit monitoring detected error.

Fig. 28 List of the programmed message texts (LCD)

The actual messages are not displayed in the event sequence, but they keep the sequence of
the list.

The messages of the protection functions and the status bit changes of the self-test function
are stored in the event log, which can store up to 50 evaluated events. In the digital event
sequence recorder the events are stored with 1 ms time resolution, here up to 300 events can
be stored. The acknowledgement does not erase the events. The event log can be displayed
with the man-machine interface of the device, and the content of the event log and that of the
event sequence log can be evaluated on the connected PC screen, and they can be transmitted
to the SCADA system as well. (See detailed description in the EuroProt manual).

2.7.11 The displayed measurements (On line window, summary)

The algorithms applied in the protection functions measure and calculate as by-products
several measured values. These can be displayed on the LCD of the device, they can be
transmitted to the on-line screen of the Protect for Windows software, and they are available
for the optional SCADA system as well..

2.7.11.1 Values displayed on the PC screen

The measured and calculated values (phase currents, phase voltages and phase-to-phase
voltages, zero sequence components, active and reactive power), the status bits of the
protection functions (starting the trip commands) are displayed on the on-line PC screen.
Additionally the accumulated number of trip commands (counter values), the status of the
individual inputs and other service information are collected here as well. (See Fig. 29 below,
the details are described in the EuroProt manual).

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Fig. 29 On-line screen of the connected PC

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2.7.11.2 Measured values on the LCD

The local LCD of the device can display in the Test menu all measured and calculated
values:

Ir [A] = R phase current


Is [A] = S phase current
It [A] = T phase current
Io meas. [A] = 3Io measured zero sequence current
Io calc. [A] = 3Io calculated zero sequence current
Urs [V] = RS line-to-line voltage
Ust [V] = ST line-to-line voltage
Utr [VA] = TR line-to-line voltage
Uo calc. [V] = 3Uo calculated zero sequence voltage
P3f [kW] = Calculated three-phase active power
Q3f [kVAr] = Calculated three-phase reactive power
dI [%] = Asymmetry current
AktParamPack = Serial number of the applied parameter package
Status 1 : 1st status-word (explanation see below)
Status 2 : 2nd status-word (explanation see below)

Fig. 30 Displayed on-line data on the local LCD of the device

About the details of evaluation of the status words (two last items in the table above) see the
EuroProt manual. The description below summarises the information and lists the
individual bits.

On the local LCD of the device, at the end of the measured analogue values of the Test
menu, when pressing the button again the two status words are displayed one-by-one. As
an example the first status word can be:

Status 1:

The display shows the blinking. The value means active state of the status,
means inactive state.

The individual code values are to be evaluated from right to left:

8.7.6.5.4.3.2.1.

For the DTI-MV-C-EP factory configuration the individual bits are explained in the table
below:

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Status 1 Explanation
1 Irn Phase overcurrent protection low current setting stage start phase R
2 Irnn Phase overcurrent protection high current setting stage start phase R
3 Isn Phase overcurrent protection low current setting stage start phase S
4 Isnn Phase overcurrent protection high current setting stage start phase S
5 Itn Phase overcurrent protection low current setting stage start phase T
6 Itnn Phase overcurrent protection high current setting stage start phase T
7 Ion Zero sequence overcurrent protection low current setting stage start
8 Ionn Zero sequence overcurrent protection high current setting stage start

Status 2 Explanation
1 Uon Zero sequence overvoltage protection start
2 EEPROM EEPROM error
ERROR
3 RAM RAM battery discharged
BATTERY
LOW
4 AD ERROR Analogue-digital converter error
5 - Internal logic variable
6 - Internal logic variable
7 - Internal logic variable
8 - Internal logic variable
Fig. 31 The status bits on the local LCD of the device

Further in the Test menu the counters are displayed:

I>[t] counter: 0
I>>[t] counter: 0
Io>[t] counter: 0
Io>>[t] counter: 0
Uo> counter: 0
U<>[t] counter: 0
dI> [t] counter: 0
dI>>[t] counter: 0
IDMT counter: 0
IDMT_o counter: 0
Fig. 32 The counter values on the local LCD of the device

2.7.12 The self-monitoring system

The correct operation of the device is supervised by the watch-dog system. Additionally
there are continuous and cyclic self-test functions integrated in the software. These self-tests
can detect the internal errors of the device.

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2.7.12.1 Integrated self-test functions

The integrated self-test covers the following items:

State of the memory storing the parameter setting,


Power supply of the battery supported RAM to store the events,
Correct operation of the A/D converter.

In case of any detected errors a signal is transmitted to the CHK input of the software
matrix. The same input receives the status signals of the circuit breaker circuit supervision
system (option)). This input signal can be marshalled to the output relay contacts.

2.7.12.2 Circuit breaker circuit test (option)

If the device is extended by a test module then the continuous supervision of the CB circuit
can be programmed as well. The principle and the operation of this tests is described in the
EuroProt manual.

There are three optically isolated digital inputs on the optional Test module. One of them
connects the CB trip circuit No.1, the other connects the CB trip circuit No.2. To the third
one the CB On circuit must be connected.

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3 Communication with the device


3.1 The menu system
The menu system of the local LCD is described in details in the EuroProt manual This
section contains some specialities only.

In the starting state the LCD shows the type of the factory configuration, the date and the
time (month.day hour:minute:second):
DTI-MV-C-EP
04.19 13:25:32

When pressing ENTER push-button on the front panel, the basic menu is displayed.
Events Test/Vers.
Chk. Param.

3.1.1 The Events menu

When selecting the Events item in the basic menu, then the last evaluated event is displayed
on the LCD. The button steps to the event registered earlier (the button steps back). The
list of the possible events is shown in the table of Fig.33.
Event text Explanation
I>>R start Phase overcurrent protection high current setting stage start phase R
I>>S start Phase overcurrent protection high current setting stage start phase S
I>>T start Phase overcurrent protection high current setting stage start phase T
I>R start Phase overcurrent protection low current setting stage start phase R
I>S start Phase overcurrent protection low current setting stage start phase S
I>T start Phase overcurrent protection low current setting stage start phase T
Io> start Zero sequence overcurrent protection low current setting stage start
Io>> start Zero sequence overcurrent protection high current setting stage start
I>>[t] timeout Phase overcurrent protection high current setting stage timeout
I>[t] timeout Phase overcurrent protection low current setting stage timeout
Io>[t] timeout Zero sequence overcurrent protection low current setting stage timeout
Io>>[t] timeout Zero sequence overcurrent protection high current setting stage timeout
Uo> start Zero sequence overvoltage protection start
Uo>[t] timeout Zero sequence overvoltage protection timeout
Urs<> start Over/undervoltage protection start phases (RS)
Ust<> start Over/undervoltage protection start phases (ST)
Utr<> start Over/undervoltage protection start phases (TR)
U<>[t] timeout Over/undervoltage protection timeout
dI> start Asymmetry protection low current setting stage start
dI>[t] timeout Asymmetry protection low current setting stage timeout
dI>> start Asymmetry protection high current setting stage start
dI>>[t] timeout Asymmetry protection high current setting stage timeout
IDMT warn IDMT function warning stage for phase currents
IDMT trip IDMT function trip command for phase currents
IDMT_o warn IDMT function warning stage for zero sequence currents
IDMT trip IDMT function trip command for zero sequence currents
Fig. 33 Displayed on-line data on the local LCD of the device

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The Events menu displays the events in the list with time stamp of 1 ms time resolution.

The list of the digital events:

Event Event
Ir>_start O5
I>t_timeout O6
Ir>>_ start O7
I>>t_timeou O8
Is>_ start O9
Is>>_ start O10
It>_ start O11
It>>_ start O12
Io>_ start O13
Io>t_timeou O14
Io>>_timeou O15
Io>>t_timeou O16
Uo>_start MxS_ON
Uo>[t] timeou MxS_OFF
K1_operated CB circ.ERROR
K2_ operated U<>RS start
K3_ operated U<>ST start
K4_ operated U<>TR start
K5_ operated U<>[t] timeout
K6_ operated dI>_start
K7_ operated dI>t_warning
K8_ operated dI>>_startt
CHK dI>>t_timeoutr
Acknowledged IDMT warn
O1 IDMT trip
O2 IDMT_o warn
O3 IDMT_o trip
O4

Fig 34. Digital events on the local LCD of the device

3.1.2 The Test menu

In this menu first the measured analogue values are displayed. The arrow buttons (,) step
down and up in the list.

The list of the items displayed on the LCD are described in the Chapter Measured values on
the LCD.

3.1.3 The CHK menu

In this menu the parameter setting can be checked. Changing of the values is not possible
here (see Param menu).

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3.1.4 The Version menu

This menu item displays the factory configuration name, the version and the date of the
software version:

DTI-MV-C-EP
date version

3.1.5 The Param. menu

The Param. (parameter setting) menu supports the parameter setting for the protection
functions, for the software matrix and for the communication. The detailed description can be
found in the EuroProt manual.

The list of the parameters to be set can be found in the descriptions of the functions. The
setting range and the step of setting is listed there too.

The subsequent figures sows the sumary of the parameter setting in the DTI-MV-C-EP
factory configuration, as this is displaed in the Parameters screen of the Protect for Windows
software.

3.1.6 Password

The parameters are in all EuroProt devices password protected. The parameter input method
is described in the EuroProt manual.

3.1.7 Parameters related to the serial communication

Parameters related to the serial communication are common for all EuroProt devices. The
description of these parameters can be found in the EuroProt manual.

3.2 Connection to an external PC


If the device is connected via serial communication to and external PC, then the setting and
the checking of the device is more convenient then using the local LCD only.

The operating program is the Protect for Windows. This program and the needed
communication files (.bla, .gra or .blk, .grf) are attached to the device and they can be
downloaded to the PC from the flash memory of the device. The operation of the Protect for
Windows software is described in the EuroProt manual.

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4 The optional SCADA functions


One of the micro-controllers located on the CPU module of the device is assigned to the
SCADA functions. These functions can be supported by the large, high resolution graphic
display on the front panel of the device, the application of which is optional. The SCADA
functions are developed in co-operation with third parties; they are described in separate
documentation.

5 Arrangement of the device


The design of the device is described in the EuroProt manual.

The design of the front panel, the configured modules, the communication files for the
Protect for Windows software (.bla, .gra or .blk, .grf files) and the assignments of the
connections depend on the device configuration. These drawings and files are attached to the
device or they can be downloaded to the PC from the flash memory of the device.

6 Sizes
The sizes of the different designs of the EuroProt devices are given in the EuroProt
manual. The data for the delivered factory configuration are attached to the device.

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7 Ordering information.
The ordering of the device is supported by filling in the formulas, which are attached to the
ordering. These contain the following information:

Type of the factory configuration: DTI-MV-C-EP EuroProt multifunctional protection,


Rated power supply voltage,
Rated input voltage [100 V, 200 V]
Rated input current [1 A, 5 A]
Turns ratio of the CT between the neutral points of the capacitor banks
Interrupted current of the contacts (2 A, 4 A)
Design (19 cabinet mounted, surface mounted or flash mounted)
Options (SCADA functions, graphic LCD, IDMT characteristics, etc.)

8 Contact information

PROTECTA Electronics Co. Ltd


1158 Budapest, Ksmrk-u. 7.
Tel.: +36-1415-3800
Fax: +36-1414-0140
E-mail: protecta@protecta.hu

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