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Transcript of 1MRB520292 Uen Reb500sys Chap 5

  • REB500/REB500sys 1MRB520292-Uen/Rev. E ABB Switzerland Ltd

    March 07

    5. CONFIGURATION AND SETTINGS

    5.1. Introduction .............................................................................. 5-4

    5.2. View menu............................................................................. 5-4

    5.3. Configuration menu ............................................................... 5-5 5.3.1. Configuration / Activate/deactivate device ............................... 5-5 5.3.2. Configuration / Isolators ........................................................... 5-5 5.3.3. Configuration / Circuit-breakers ............................................... 5-7 5.3.4. Configuration / Current transformers........................................ 5-9 5.3.5. Configuration / Voltage transformers ..................................... 5-10 5.3.6. Configuration / Device structure............................................. 5-10 5.3.7. Configuration / Binary module................................................ 5-12 5.3.7.1. Overview................................................................................ 5-12 5.3.7.2. Binary inputs .......................................................................... 5-13 5.3.7.3. Bay unit binary inputs............................................................. 5-18 5.3.7.3.1. General signals......................................................................5-18 5.3.7.3.2. Busbar Protection (BBP)........................................................ 5-22 5.3.7.3.3. Breaker failure protection (BFP) ............................................ 5-22 5.3.7.3.4. End fault protection (EFP)...................................................... 5-24 5.3.7.3.5. Time-overcurrent (OCDT) ...................................................... 5-24 5.3.7.3.6. Disturbance recorder (DR)..................................................... 5-24 5.3.7.3.7. Circuit-breaker pole discrepancy protection (PDF) ................ 5-25 5.3.7.3.8. Voltage release (UV).............................................................. 5-25 5.3.7.3.9. Bay protection (BP) (REB500sys only) .................................. 5-25 5.3.7.4. Central unit binary inputs ....................................................... 5-26 5.3.7.4.1. General signals......................................................................5-26 5.3.7.4.2. Busbar protection (BBP) ........................................................ 5-28 5.3.7.4.3. Breaker failure protection (BFP) ............................................ 5-29 5.3.7.4.4. End fault protection (EFP)...................................................... 5-29 5.3.7.4.5. Time-overcurrent protection (OCDT) ..................................... 5-29 5.3.7.4.6. Disturbance recorder (DR)..................................................... 5-29 5.3.7.4.7. Circuit-breaker pole discrepancy protection (PDF) ................ 5-29 5.3.7.4.8. Bay protection (BP) (REB500sys only) ................................. 5-29 5.3.7.5. Binary outputs........................................................................ 5-29 5.3.7.6. Binary outputs on the bay units.............................................. 5-34 5.3.7.6.1. General signals......................................................................5-34 5.3.7.6.2. Busbar protection (BBP) ........................................................ 5-36 5.3.7.6.3. Breaker failure protection (BFP) ............................................ 5-36 5.3.7.6.4. End fault protection (EFP)...................................................... 5-37 5.3.7.6.5. Time-overcurrent protection (OCDT) ..................................... 5-37

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    5.3.7.6.6. Disturbance recorder (DR)..................................................... 5-37 5.3.7.6.7. Circuit-breaker pole discrepancy protection (PDF) ................ 5-38 5.3.7.6.8. Voltage release (UV).............................................................. 5-38 5.3.7.6.9. Bay protection (BP) (REB500sys only) .................................. 5-38 5.3.7.7. Central unit binary outputs ..................................................... 5-39 5.3.7.7.1. General signals......................................................................5-39 5.3.7.7.2. Busbar protection (BBP) ........................................................ 5-41 5.3.7.7.3. Breaker failure protection (BFP) ............................................ 5-42 5.3.7.7.4. End fault protection (EFP)...................................................... 5-42 5.3.7.7.5. 1^21324567890Time-overcurrent protection (OCDT)............ 5-43 5.3.7.7.6. Circuit-breaker pole discrepancy protection (PDF) ................ 5-43 5.3.7.7.7. Voltage release (UV).............................................................. 5-43 5.3.7.7.8. Bay protection (BP) (REB500sys only) .................................. 5-43 5.3.8. Configuration / Event text....................................................... 5-43 5.3.9. Configuration / Disturbance recorder ..................................... 5-44 5.3.9.1. Analog inputs ......................................................................... 5-44 5.3.9.2. Recording .............................................................................. 5-45 5.3.9.3. Signals ................................................................................... 5-45 5.3.10. Configuration / HMI LED's ..................................................... 5-48 5.3.11. Configuration / CB inspection ................................................ 5-50 5.3.12. Configuration / GPS time synchronization ............................. 5-51

    5.4. Settings and calculations ....................................................... 5-51 5.4.1. Rated frequency (not adjustable) ........................................... 5-51 5.4.2. Settings / System response ................................................... 5-51 5.4.2.1. System response to a differential current alarm..................... 5-51 5.4.2.2. System response to an isolator alarm.................................... 5-51 5.4.2.3. Isolator alarm delay................................................................ 5-52 5.4.2.4. Remote trip impulse width...................................................... 5-53 5.4.3. Busbar protection (settings and calculations) ........................ 5-54 5.4.3.1. Restrained amplitude comparison - IKmin and k ................... 5-55 5.4.3.2. Application example............................................................... 5-56 5.4.3.3. Busbar with just two bays ...................................................... 5-58 5.4.3.3.1. Busbar with several bays ....................................................... 5-58 5.4.3.4. Busbar fault with through current ........................................... 5-60 5.4.3.5. Differential current alarm setting ............................................ 5-62 5.4.3.6. Differential current alarm delay setting................................... 5-62 5.4.3.7. Neutral current supervision (operating characteristic L0)....... 5-62 5.4.3.8. Phase comparison ................................................................. 5-62 5.4.4. Overcurrent check for enabling tripping ................................. 5-63 5.4.5. Undervoltage check for enabling tripping............................... 5-63 5.4.6. Voltage release / External release ......................................... 5-63 5.4.7. Bay protection (BP) (REB500sys only) .................................. 5-63 5.4.8. Breaker failure protection (BFP) ............................................ 5-63 5.4.9. End fault protection (EFP)...................................................... 5-63 5.4.10. Time-overcurrent protection (OCDT) ..................................... 5-63

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    5.4.11. Circuit-breaker pole discrepancy function (PDF) ................... 5-63 5.4.12. Event memory........................................................................ 5-63

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  • ABB Switzerland Ltd REB500/REB500sys 1MRB520292-Uen/Rev. E

    5. CONFIGURATION AND SETTINGS

    5.1. Introduction

    HMI500 is the human-machine interface (HMI) for the protection systems REB500 and REB500sys. For brevity, these operating instructions refer simply to REB500 although the program ap-plies to both systems. There are additional menu items, which only apply to REB500sys, and attention is explicitly drawn to these.

    The REB500 busbar protection system is configured on the ba-sis of the customers specification resulting from his response to a questionnaire.

    The following information is intended to enable the user to un-derstand the choice of REB500 settings and to follow their calcu-lation.

    The basic configuration of the REB500 system is performed by ABB. There are some additional settings that the user has to make.

    In this section, the various menus and submenus are explained that require settings or the input of text by the user.

    5.2. View menu

    Fig. 5.1 Single-line diagram in the View menu

    Right clicking an item opens a dialogue for changing its label.

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    5.3. Configuration menu

    Fig. 5.2 Menu items in the configuration menu

    5.3.1. Configuration / Activate/deactivate device

    This menu item is used to configure REB500 so that it agrees with the actual state of the primary system in the station (e.g. when additions are made to the station) (see Section 7.6.).

    5.3.2. Configuration / Isolators

    Changing isolator labels.

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    Overview

    Fig. 5.3 Co