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Relion 615 series

Transformer Protection and Control


RET615 Ver. 2.0
Technical Presentation

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May 13, 2010 | 1MRS756901 A | Slide 1
Content
RET615 Technical Presentation

Introduction
Application examples
Hardware and options
Functionality highlights
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions

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Introduction

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Relion 615 series
RET615
Introduction
Application examples RET615 is a member of ABBs Relion
Hardware and options
Functionality
product family and part of its 615 protection
Communication
Mechanical design
and control product series
Front panel HMI
Tools The 615 series IEDs are characterized by
Conclusions
their compactness and withdrawable design
Other members of the 615 product series:
REF615
REM615
RED615

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RET615
Description
Introduction
Application examples RET615 is a dedicated
Hardware and options
Functionality
transformer protection and
Communication
Mechanical design
control IED (intelligent
Front panel HMI electronic device) for power
Tools
Conclusions transformers, unit and step-up
transformers including power
generator-transformer blocks in
utility and industry power
distribution systems

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RET615
Transformer Protection and Control
Introduction
Application examples Designed for unit protection applications
Hardware and options
Functionality
calling for stabilized differential protection
Communication
Mechanical design Main application area: two winding
Front panel HMI
Tools transformers in power distribution networks
Conclusions

Designed for IEC 61850


RET615 also supports:
Modbus
DNP3
IEC 60870-5-103
Optional three-channel arc protection system

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RET615
Standard configurations
Introduction
Application examples Four standard configurations to match the
Hardware and options
Functionality
most commonly applied transformer neutral
Communication
Mechanical design
earthing principles with the relevant earth-
Front panel HMI fault protection schemes
Tools
Conclusions
Possibility to add, delete and change signal
connections for binary inputs, binary outputs
and between function blocks using PCM600
The number and type of function blocks is
fixed

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RET615
Standard configurations
Introduction
Application examples
Standard configuration A
Hardware and options Three-phase transformer differential protection for two-
Functionality winding transformers, with numerical restricted earth-fault
Communication
Mechanical design protection for the high-voltage (HV) side
Front panel HMI
Tools Standard configuration B
Conclusions Three-phase transformer differential protection for two-
winding transformers, numerical restricted earth-fault
protection for the low-voltage (LV) side

Standard configuration C
Three-phase transformer differential protection for two-
winding transformers, high-impedance based restricted
earth-fault protection for the high-voltage (HV) side

Standard configuration D
Three-phase transformer differential protection for two-
winding transformers, high-impedance based restricted
earth-fault protection for the low-voltage (LV) side

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Standard configurations, page 1(3)
Introduction
Application examples Standard configuration A B C D
Hardware and options
Functionality
Protection
Communication Stabilized and instantaneous differential protection for two-
Mechanical design
winding transformers
Front panel HMI
Tools Numerical stabilized low impedance restricted earth-fault
- -
Conclusions protection
High impedance based restricted earth-fault protection - -
Master Trip, instance 1
Master Trip, instance 2
HV-side protection
Three-phase non-directional overcurrent protection, low stage,

instance 1
Three-phase non-directional overcurrent protection, high stage,

instance 1
Three-phase non-directional overcurrent protection,

instantaneous stage, instance 1
Non-directional earth-fault protection, low stage, instance 1 - -
Non-directional earth-fault protection, high stage, instance 1 - -
Negative-sequence overcurrent protection, instance 1
Three-phase thermal overload protection for power transformers,

two time constants
Circuit breaker failure
= included, protectionat the time of order
= optional

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Standard configurations, page 2(3)
Introduction
Application examples Standard configuration A B C D
Hardware and options LV-side protection
Functionality
Communication Three-phase non-directional overcurrent protection, low stage,

Mechanical design instance 2
Front panel HMI
Tools Three-phase non-directional overcurrent protection, high stage,

Conclusions instance 2
Three-phase non-directional overcurrent protection,

instantaneous stage, instance 2
Non-directional earth-fault protection, low stage, instance 2 - -
Non-directional earth-fault protection, high stage, instance 2 - -
Negative-sequence overcurrent protection, instance 2
Arc protection, instance 1 o o o o
Arc protection, instance 2 o o o o
Arc protection, instance 3 o o o o
Control
Circuit-breaker control
Disconnector position indication, instance 1
Disconnector position indication, instance 2
Disconnector position indication, instance 3

= included, = optional at the time of order

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Standard configurations, page 3(3)
Introduction
Application examples Standard configuration A B C D
Hardware and options
Functionality
Control
Communication Earthing switch indication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI Tap changer position indication
Tools
Conclusions Condition monitoring
Circuit-breaker condition monitoring
Trip circuit supervision, instance 1
Trip circuit supervision, instance 2
Measurement
Disturbance recorder
Three-phase current measurement, instance 1 (HV side)
Three-phase current measurement, instance 2 (LV side)
Sequence current measurement (HV side)
Residual current measurement, instance 1 (HV side) - -
Residual current measurement, instance 2 (HV side) - -

= included, = optional at the time of order

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Application examples

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Standard configuration A
Introduction
Application The low impedance REF protection
examples
Hardware and options
(employed on the HV side) complements the
Functionality
Communication
stabilized differential protection
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI The low impedance principle allows the
Tools
Conclusions transforming ratio of the neutral earthing CT
to differ from those of the phase CTs
Three-phase thermal overload protection
prevents accelerated aging of the winding
insulation

Three-phase transformer differential protection for


two-winding transformers, with numerical
restricted earth-fault protection for the high-voltage
(HV) side

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Standard configuration B
Introduction
Application The low impedance REF protection
examples
Hardware and options
(employed on the LV side) complements the
Functionality
Communication
stabilized differential protection
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI The low impedance principle allows the
Tools
Conclusions transforming ratio of the neutral earthing CT
to differ from those of the phase CTs
Three-phase thermal overload protection
prevents accelerated aging of the winding
insulation

Three-phase transformer differential protection for


two-winding transformers, numerical restricted
earth-fault protection for the low-voltage (LV) side

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Standard configuration C
Introduction
Application High impedance REF (employed on the HV
examples
Hardware and options
side) complements the stabilized differential
Functionality
Communication
protection
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI The high impedance principle enables
Tools
Conclusions sensitive and absolutely selective E/F
protection
Three-phase thermal overload protection
prevents accelerated aging of the winding
insulation

Three-phase transformer differential protection for


two-winding transformers, high-impedance based
restricted earth-fault protection for the high-voltage
(HV) side

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Standard configuration D
Introduction
Application High impedance REF (employed on the LV
examples
Hardware and options
side) complements the stabilized differential
Functionality
Communication
protection
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI The high impedance principle enables
Tools
Conclusions sensitive and absolutely selective E/F
protection
Three-phase thermal overload protection
prevents accelerated aging of the winding
insulation

Three-phase transformer differential protection for


two-winding transformers, high-impedance based
restricted earth-fault protection for the low-voltage
(LV) side

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615 series
Supported ABB solutions, page 1(2)
Introduction
Application
The 615 series IEDs together with COM600
examples constitute a genuine IEC 61850 solution for
Hardware and options
Functionality reliable power distribution in utility and
Communication
Mechanical design
industrial power systems
Front panel HMI
Tools The native IEC 61850 support offer:
Conclusions
Fast software based communication
Continuous supervision of the integrity
of the protection and communication
system
Supported ABB solutions Version
Inherent flexibility for reconfiguration
Station Automation COM600 3.3 or later
and upgrades
MicroSCADA Pro 9.2 SP1
or later ABBs Connectivity Package concept
enables:
Streamlining of the system engineering
and IED configuration
Easy integration with COM600 and
MicroSCADA Pro

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Supported ABB solutions, page 2(2)
Introduction
Application The 615 series IEDs complemented with
examples
Hardware and options
COM600 offer several benefits:
Functionality
Communication Enhanced substation level functionality
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI using the data content of the bay level
Tools
Conclusions IEDs
A web HMI providing single-line mimic
diagrams for switchgear bay solutions
Industrial example
COM600 can be used as a local data
warehouse for technical documentation
and for network data
Extensive reporting and analyzing of
network fault situations
Seamless connectivity to MicroSCADA
Pro and System 800xA

Utility example

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Hardware and options

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Hardware modules
Introduction
Application examples [X000] Communication module (option)
Hardware and
options
with or without arc- protection
Functionality
Communication [X100] Power supply and binary
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI output module
Tools
Conclusions
[X110] Binary I/O module

[X120] Basic analog input module


[X130] Optional binary I/O module

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Option: Communication modules [X000]
Introduction
Application examples Ethernet options:
Hardware and
options 100BASE-TX with an RJ-45 connector
Functionality
Communication
Mechanical design 100BASE-FX with a fibre-optic LC
Front panel HMI
Tools connector
Conclusions
Serial options:
RS-485 + IRIG-B
9 or 10-pin screw terminal connector
2-wire or 4-wire connection

RS-485 / RS-232 + IRIG-B


Fibre (ST connector)
Three arc sensors (option)

Examples: Ethernet/Serial modules (RJ-45 and LC) with


optional arc sensors

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Power supply and binary output modules [X100]
Introduction
Application examples Power supply options:
Hardware and
options 48 V250 V DC, 100 V240 V AC,
Functionality
Communication
Mechanical design 2460 V DC
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions Four power output contacts capable of direct
CB operation
Two contacts with integrated trip circuit
supervision; also to be used with double-
pole operation
The TCS can be disconnected by
excluding the resistor from the trip circuit
Two signal output contacts
(1 normally open contact, 1 changeover
contact)
IRF output for self-supervision signalling

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Binary I/O module [X110]
Introduction
Application examples
8 binary inputs
Hardware and
options 6 inputs, grouped in pairs of two
Functionality
Communication
Mechanical design 2 inputs, separated (potential free)
Front panel HMI
Tools 4 binary outputs
Conclusions
3 outputs, changeover contacts
1 output, normally open
Selectable binary input thresholds
(17 186 V DC)

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Basic analog input modules [X120]
Introduction
Application examples Seven analog current inputs
Hardware and
options I0_A ,IL1_A, IL2_A, and IL3_A, IL1_B, IL2_B, and IL3_B
Functionality
Communication rated currents user selectable 1 A or 5 A
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI If required 1 A can be used on the HV side and 5 A
Tools on the LV side, or vice versa
Conclusions

Both for ring and pin type wire terminals

Max. wire 1 x 6 mm2 or 2 x 2.5 mm2

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Option: Additional binary I/O module [X130]
Introduction
Application examples
Binary I/O module
Hardware and
options 6 binary inputs, grouped in pairs of two
Functionality
Communication (common ground)
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI 3 binary outputs, changeover contacts
Tools
Conclusions
Selectable binary input thresholds
(17 186 V DC)

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Communication modules
Introduction
Application examples Modules With arc protection Without arc protection
Hardware and
options
Ethernet Serial (RS-485) Ethernet Serial Serial
Functionality (RJ-45 + IRIG-B (RJ-45 or LC) (RS-485 (fibre
Communication or LC) +3 arc sensors /RS-232) ST)
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI Protocols + 3 arc + IRIG-B + IRIG-B
Tools sensors
Conclusions
IEC 61850-8-1 - - -

IEC 60870-5-103 - -

DNP3 TCP/IP - - -

DNP3 serial - -

MODBUS TCP/IP - - -

MODBUS - -
RTU/ASCII
= supported, - = not supported

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Input/output overview
Introduction
Application examples Standard configuration Analog inputs Binary inputs/outputs
Hardware and
options
CT VT BI BO
Functionality Standard configuration A 7 - 8 (14) 1) 10 (13) 1)
Communication
Mechanical design Standard configuration B 7 - 8 (14) 1) 10 (13) 1)
Front panel HMI
Tools Standard configuration C 7 - 8 (14) 1) 10 (13) 1)
Conclusions
Standard configuration D 7 - 8 (14) 1) 10 (13) 1)

1) With optional binary I/O module ( )

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Functionality highlights

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Transformer differential protection
Introduction Id
Application examples In
Three-phase stabilized differential protection
Hardware and options
Functionality 3 Maximum settings Ib3
Default settings
for two-winding power transformers
Communication OPERATION
Mechanical design Id3 Provides two stages for winding short-circuit
Front panel HMI 2 I b2
Tools and interturn protection:
Conclusions
Id1 Minimum settings
1
In
Instantaneous, unrestrained stage provides a
Turn-point 2 NO OPERATION
Turn-point 1 very fast clearance of severe faults with high
Id2 Ib
In
differential current regardless of harmonics
1 2 3 4 5
Stabilized stage provides a fast clearance of
faults while remaining stabile with high currents
passing through the protected zone causing CT
saturation

Easily adjustable operating characteristic of


the stabilized stage for different applications
Possibility to automatically adapt to the
position changes of the tap changer enables
more sensitive settings of the characteristic

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Transformer differential protection
Introduction
Application examples Short operate times at faults occurring in the
Hardware and options
Functionality
zone to be protected (internal faults), even
Communication
Mechanical design
with partially saturated current transformers
Front panel HMI
Tools High stability at external faults, also with
Conclusions
partially saturated current transformers
Second harmonic features 2nd harmonic and
advanced waveform-based restraints
Fifth harmonic restraint ensures that the
protection does not operate on apparent
differential current caused by transformer
over-excitation

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Stabilized restricted earth-fault protection
Introduction
Application examples Stabilized restricted earth-fault protection
Hardware and options
Functionality
using a calculated difference between
Communication
Mechanical design
residual current from line CTs and star-point
Front panel HMI neutral current
Tools
Conclusions
No external stabilizing resistor nor varistor
needed
Definite time operation
Unit protection for transformer windings
Neutral current second harmonic is used for
blocking during the transformer inrush
situation

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High impedance restricted earth fault protection
Introduction
Application examples
Hardware and options
Functionality
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions

REF
Io> 87N

Complements the stabilized differential function against


earth-faults
Provides protection for all earth faults that fall in the area between
the phase and neutral CTs, even single phase earth faults close to
star-point
Necessitates use of external stabilizing resistors and varistors

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Thermal overload protection
Introduction
Application examples Thermal overload protection to prevent
Hardware and options
Functionality
accelerated aging of the insulation
Communication
Mechanical design Thermal model with two settable
Front panel HMI
Tools time constants
Conclusions

Early warning to allow operators to take


action before transformer tripping
If the temperature rise continues the function
will operate based on the thermal model of
the transformer
Re-energizing inhibition during the cooling
time of the transformer

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Arc protection (option)
Introduction
Application examples Increases safety during maintenance work
Hardware and options
Functionality Reduces material damage
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI Minimizes system downtime
Tools
Conclusions
Continuously supervises the CB, cable and
busbar compartment of metal-enclosed
switchgear
Same lens and optic fibre as for
REA 107
Automatic reference level adjustment based
on background-light intensity

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Arc protection (option), contd
Introduction
Application examples Arc trip based on:
Hardware and options
Functionality
Communication Current and light
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI
Tools
Current and binary input signal
Conclusions
Light only
Separate trip value settings for phase
currents and earth-fault current
Operate time typically
12 ms (current and light)
10 ms (light only)
Possible to block the function or change
operation mode via a binary input

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Control functions
Introduction
Application examples Control of the HV side circuit-
Hardware and options
Functionality
breaker via the IEDs HMI or a
Communication
Mechanical design
remote control system
Front panel HMI
Tools Dedicated push-buttons for
Conclusions
opening and closing of the CB
Interlocking schemes

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Operation traceability
Introduction
Application examples
For pre and post fault analysis
Hardware and options
Functionality Data is stored in non-volatile memory
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI Setting values
Tools
Conclusions Configuration
Trip lock-out
Disturbance recorder data
Up to 50 event codes
Recorded data of the four latest
starts/trips of the protection stages (incl.
time stamp)
CB conditioning monitoring values
Thermal loading level
Operation indications and alarm LEDs show
the status of the IED

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Disturbance recorder
Introduction
Application examples Records up to 12 analog channels and 64
Hardware and options
Functionality
binary channels
Communication
Mechanical design Triggering by:
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions Analog or binary channel
Manual or periodic command
Recording modes:
Wave form or trend
Selectable sampling rate, 32/16/8 samples
per cycle
Max 2 X 10 sec with the highest sampling
rate and the maximum number of
recorded channels.
Max 4 X 10 sec if six analog channels are
recorded

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Self-supervision
Introduction
Application examples Continuous monitoring of:
Hardware and options
Functionality Memory circuits (RAM, ROM, EEPROM)
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI CPU operation and program execution
Tools
Conclusions
Internal supply voltages
Output relay supervision
External trip circuit (TCS)
Light sensor inputs
Hardware and software configuration

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Transformer condition monitoring
Introduction
Application examples Monitoring via binary inputs
Hardware and options
Functionality Oil level low
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI Buchholz relay
Tools
Conclusions
Winding temperature indicator
Tank pressure relief
Tap-changer position as BCD-signal

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CB condition monitoring
Introduction
Application examples Provides information for
Hardware and options
Functionality
scheduling CB maintenance
Communication
Mechanical design Monitors the wear and tear of
Front panel HMI
Tools the circuit-breaker
Conclusions

Circuit-breaker gas pressure


Circuit-breaker spring charging
Circuit-breaker travel time
Circuit-breaker operation
counter
Scheduled maintenance

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Access control
Introduction
Application examples Individual user accounts with role-based
Hardware and options
Functionality
access control protects the IED from
Communication
Mechanical design
unauthorized access
Front panel HMI
Tools Four access levels: viewer, operator,
Conclusions
engineer and administrator
Applies to:
Front-panel user interface
Web browser based user interface
PCM600
Passwords programmable by the
administrator

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Communication

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Designed for IEC 61850
Introduction
Application examples
Native support for IEC 61850 communication
Hardware and options between devices in substations
Functionality
Communication IEC 61850 enables GOOSE (Generic
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI Object Oriented Substation Event) horizontal
Tools communication between IEDs
Conclusions
RET615 can simultaneously report events to
five different clients on the station bus
RET615 also supports:
Modbus TCP/IP and RTU / ASCII
DNP3 TCP/IP and serial
IEC 60870-5-103

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IEC 61850 GOOSE communication
Introduction
Application examples Standardized horizontal communication
Hardware and options Network control centre enables interoperability between any IEDs
Functionality MicroSCADA Pro
Communication
Mechanical design
supporting GOOSE communication
Front panel HMI
Tools Used for transmitting binary process data to
Conclusions
peer IEDs within a substation
Station Automation Ethernet technology offers a fast and reliable
COM600
station bus for the transfer of data
Station bus IEC 61850
The publisher-subscriber principle allows the
IEDs to send and/or receive time critical data

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GOOSE communication benefits
Introduction
Application examples Expandability and flexibility:
Hardware and options
Functionality Flexible modifications without changing the
Communication
Mechanical design wiring between the IEDs
Front panel HMI
Tools No IED I/Os are needed for the transer of data
Conclusions
between the IEDs
Reduced wiring between the IEDs
Possible to add functionality like interlocking
schemes between the cubicles in existing
switchgear (retrofit)

Supervised data transfer (connection and


data quality)
RET615 meets the GOOSE performance
requirements for tripping applications in
distribution substations, as defined by the
IEC 61850 standard

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Time synchronization methods
Introduction
Application examples
Ethernet-based time synchronization:
Hardware and options
Functionality SNTP (Simple Network
Communication
Mechanical design Time Protocol)
Front panel HMI
Tools With special time synchronization wiring:
Conclusions

IRIG-B (Inter-Range Instrumentation


Group - Time Code Format B
Time stamp resolution: 1 ms
Serial protocol based:
Modbus
DNP3
IEC60870-5-103

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Front port communication
Introduction
Application examples
RJ-45 Ethernet connector
Hardware and options
Functionality IED configuration using
Communication
Mechanical design PCM600
Front panel HMI
Tools IED access using the web-
Conclusions
browser-based HMI
LED indication on the local HMI
during data transfer
Both crossover and regular
cables can be used

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Mechanical design

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Patented and compact plug-in design
Introduction
Application examples Speeds up installation, maintenance and
Hardware and options
Functionality
testing of the protection
Communication
Mechanical design Contributes to a shortened MTTR (mean time
Front panel HMI
Tools to repair)
Conclusions

Allows the cases to be installed and wired


before the plug-in units are delivered
Mechanical coding system for preventing
insertion of a wrong plug-in unit in a case
Sealable pull-out handle to prevent
accidental (or unauthorized) withdrawal of
the plug-in unit

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IED case and plug-in unit
Introduction
Application examples
Height: frame 177 mm, case 164 mm
Hardware and options
Functionality Width: frame 177 mm (4U),
Communication
Mechanical design case 160 mm
Front panel HMI
Tools Depth: case 155 mm
Conclusions

IP classification

IP54 When panel-


mounted
IP20 Rear side

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Flush and semi flush mounting
Introduction
Application examples
Hardware and options
Functionality
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions

Flush mounting
The same cut-out on the cubicle front as for the 610 series
IEDs (height: 161.5 1, width: 165.5 1)
Semi-flush mounting
With a 50 mm rising frame

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Semi flush and wall mounting
Introduction
Application examples
Hardware and options
Functionality
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions

Semi-flush mounting in a 25 angle


With special accessories
Wall mounting
The IED can be tilted for easy access to the connectors

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Panel and rack mounting
Introduction
Application examples
Hardware and options
Functionality
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions

Mounting using a 19 mounting panel


One or two IEDs
Mounting with an RTXP test switch in a 19 rack
For routine testing purposes

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Front panel HMI

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Front panel HMI Three dedicated LEDs: Ready, Start,Trip

4 x 16 character
display (LCD) 11 programmable LEDs

ENTER button
CB Control, OPEN CLEAR button
and CLOSE buttons
Front communication port

MENU button
ESC button

Navigation buttons LOCAL/REMOTE button, HELP

AUTHORIZATION

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Display options
Introduction
Application examples
Large LCD, mono-spaced 10 x
Hardware and options 20 characters, variable width 8
Functionality
Communication x 8 (or more) characters
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI
Tools Small LCD, mono-spaced 4 x
Conclusions
20 characters, variable width 4
x 8 (or more) characters
Background light with power-
saving mode

Option: Large LCD


Small LCD

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Display readouts
Introduction
Application examples IEC 61850 naming, classic
Hardware and options
Functionality
IEC symbols or ANSI codes:
Communication
Mechanical design
(PHLPTOC1, 3I>, 51P-1)
Front panel HMI
Tools Fault indications
Conclusions

Four fault recordings with


time stamp
Measurements

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Display readouts, contd
Introduction
Application examples Name or code of protected
Hardware and options
Functionality
objects
Communication
Mechanical design Settings in 4 setting groups
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions Configurations such as protocol
settings etc.
Product information, serial
number, software version,
identification etc.

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Tools

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Tools
Introduction
Application examples Tools Version
Hardware and options
Functionality
PCM600 2.0 SP2 or later
Communication Web-browser-based user interface IE 7.0 or later
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI RET615 connectivity package 2.5 or later
Tools
Conclusions

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PCM600
Protection and control IED Manager
Introduction
Application examples A common tool for new and existing
Hardware and options
Functionality
protection IEDs and terminals
Communication
Mechanical design IED-specific connectivity packages enable
Front panel HMI
Tools the use PCM600 for different ABB protection
Conclusions
IEDs and terminals
Supports IEC 61850
GOOSE messaging configuration (PCM600
Engineering Pro)
IED interaction using:
Corporate LAN/WAN
The IEDs communication port

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PCM600
Tools
Introduction
Application examples All tools needed to manage RET615 are
Hardware and options
Functionality
included in PCM600:
Communication
Mechanical design Signal matrix
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions Signal monitoring
IED parameter setting
Disturbance recorder handling and
viewing
IEC 61850 (GOOSE) communication
configuration
Modbus communication configuration
DNP3 communication configuration
IEC 60870-5-103 communication
configuration
Access control management

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PCM600
Power system overview
Introduction
Application examples PCM600 offers the possibility to create a
Hardware and options
Functionality
tree-structure representing your individual
Communication
Mechanical design
power system, including:
Front panel HMI
Tools Project name
Conclusions

Substations
Voltage levels
Bays
IEDs/terminals

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615 series
Web-browser based user interface
Introduction
Application examples
Local or remote IED access using an IE 7.0
Hardware and options (or later) web browser
Functionality
Communication
Mechanical design Disabled by default, enabled by PCM600 or
Front panel HMI
Tools
the local front-panel interface
Conclusions
Functions:
Viewing of alarm LEDs and event lists
Saving of event data
Parameter setting
Signal monitoring
Measurement viewing
Phasor diagram viewing (both HV and LV
phasors)
Reading of disturbance records
User access level authentication

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May 13, 2010 | Slide 65
RET615
Differential characteristics tool
Introduction
Application examples Included in the connectivity
Hardware and options
Functionality
package
Communication
Mechanical design Visual presentation of the
Front panel HMI
Tools differential protection
Conclusions
characteristics
Possibility to read fault records
from the IED and present them
on the characteristic
Writing of parameters to the
IED using the local HMI, the
web-browser based HMI or
PCM600
Conclusions

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May 13, 2010 | Slide 67
RET615
Product summary
Introduction
Application examples
IEC 61850 communication including
Hardware and options GOOSE messaging
Functionality
Communication Stabilized and instantaneous differential protection
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI for two-winding power transformers
Tools
Conclusions Versatile, user selectable earth-fault protection
modes
Non-directional overcurrent back-up protection
Thermal overload protection
Optional arc protection with three sensors
CB control buttons on the HMI
Rapid set-up and commissioning,
four standard configurations
Patented plug-in / draw-out design
Optimized size - suitable for retrofit purposes
Versatile tools

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RET615
Selection and ordering data, digit 1-3
Introduction
Application examples
Hardware and options
Functionality
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions

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May 13, 2010 | Slide 69
RET615
Selection and ordering data, digit 4-8
Introduction
Application examples
Hardware and options
Functionality
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions

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May 13, 2010 | Slide 70
RET615
Selection and ordering data, digit 9-11
Introduction
Application examples
Hardware and options
Functionality
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions

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RET615
Selection and ordering data, digit 9-11
Introduction
Application examples
Hardware and options
Functionality
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions

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RET615
Selection and ordering data, digit 12-18
Introduction
Application examples
Hardware and options
Functionality
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions

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May 13, 2010 | Slide 73
RET615
Selection and ordering data, ordering code
Introduction
Application examples
Hardware and options
Functionality
Communication
Mechanical design
Front panel HMI
Tools
Conclusions

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