The SIPROTEC 7UT differential protection relay are used for fast and The Customer Support Center (CSC) from Siemens for all inquiries in the field of. Edition: March CLA SIPROTEC. Differential Protection . 7UT Communication module. DNP Bus mapping / Point lists. Preface. The SIPROTEC 7UT differential protection relay are used for fast and selective fault clearing of short-circuits in transformers of all voltage levels and also in.
|Language:||English, Spanish, Portuguese|
|Genre:||Academic & Education|
|Distribution:||Free* [*Registration needed]|
8/4 Siemens SIP · Edition No. 7. Application. The numerical protection relays 7UT6 are primarily applied as differential protection on. – transformers. 7UT This manual is valid for: SIPROTEC 4 Differential Protection 7UT6x; firmware This conformity is proved by tests conducted by Siemens AG in accordance with 7UT allows up to 2, 7UT and 7UT allow a maximum number of 3, . 7UT Manual - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for This conformity has been proved by tests conducted by Siemens AG in accordance The numerical differential protection device SIPROTEC.
Breaker failure protection ANSI 50BF If a faulted portion of the electrical circuit is not disconnected upon issuing of a trip command, another command can be initiated using the breaker failure protection which operates the circuit-breaker, e.
This may occur when starting up, shutting down under full load, with weak systems or under isolated operation. The inverse characteristic can be set via seven points derived from the manufacturer data. In addition, a definite-time alarm stage and an instantaneous stage can be used. Trip circuit supervision ANSI 74TC One or two binary inputs can be used for monitoring the circuit-breaker trip coil including its incoming cables.
An alarm signal occurs whenever the circuit is interrupted. The lockout state is also stored in the event of supply voltage failure. Reclosure can only occur after the lockout state is reset. For recording and processing of external trip information via binary inputs.
They are provided for information from the Buchholz relay or specific commands and act like a protective function. Non-observance can result in death, personal injury or substantial property damage. In addition, he has the following qualifications: Is trained and authorized to energize, de-energize, clear, ground and tag circuits and equipment in accordance with established safety practices.
Is trained in the proper care and use of protective equipment in accordance with established safety practices. Is trained in rendering first aid.
Typographic and graphical conventions The following text formats are used to identify concepts giving device information described by the text flow: Parameter names, or identifiers for configuration or function parameters that appear in the device display or on the screen of a PC with DIGSI are shown in mono-script same point size bold text. This also applies to header bars for selection menus. Parameter conditions, or possible settings of parameters that appear in the device display or on the screen of a PC with DIGSI , are additionally shown in italic style.
This also applies to selection items for selection menus. Annunciations, or identifiers for information produced by the device or required by other devices or from the switchgear is shown in mono-script same point size and placed into quotation marks. For diagrams in which the identifier type results from the representation itself, text conventions may differ from the above-mentioned. Asynchronous communication modules added new HW revision 4 , the following chapter numbers moved up new parity option: NONE2 Diagnostic subfunctions 10, 12, 13, 14 are supported Page numbering in the manual now continuous, not chapter-related any more Sept.
This module also is called AME module asynchronous communication module electrical subsequently. Fibre-optical bus interface Asynchronous module with fibre-optical interface. This module also is called AMO module asynchronous communication module fibreoptical subsequently. Technical data The technical data of the above-mentioned asynchronous communication modules are summarized in chap Hardware revisions There exist two different hardware revisions for asynchronous communication modules: up to HW revision 3: delivery up to the end of year from HW revision 4: replacement for modules up to HW revision 3, delivery from beginning of The communication modules from HW revision 4 are function compatible to the modules up to HW revision 3.
SIPROTEC Modbus - Communication profile 13 14 Asynchronous communication modules Note: If, during loading of the Modbus firmware on the communication module, a non-compatible hardware revision is recognized, then the firmware update is cancelled. Please, in case of an abort of loading the Modbus communication firmware, check first the dependencies indicated in Table If no firmware shall be loaded in this situation, then the device has to be switched off and after at least 3 sec.
The previous firmware configuration is then used furthermore. The values in the display of module-specific information are actualized every ms. It is therefore possible that short-time changes of information are not displayed. Depending on the selected mapping file and the resultant functional range block 5 is not existing.
Block 2: Status and diagnosis.
Block 3: Modbus firmware version as well as number and version of the selected mapping file. Block 4: Module hardware information and version number of the boot firmware. Block 5: Status of the Sequence of Events recorder. Block 5 is only available if the selected mapping file supports a SOE recorder ref to chap.
Parity Block 2: Status and diagnosis Block 2 contains various diagnostic counters and status information. Note: All diagnostic counters, which are shown followingly, are 16 bit values data range: and start again with 0 after an overflow. Overflows of these counters are not signalized. A reset of the counters is possible via Modbus using Modbus function 08 - Diagnostics, Subfunction 10 - Clear Counters ref.
MsgCnt Two diagnostic counters of message processing: 1. Counter 2: Quantity of broadcast message in the value of Counter 1. The Counter 1 of the quantity of processed messages can also be requested via Modbus using Modbus function 08 - Diagnostics, Subfunction 14 - Return Slave Message Count.
If the counter of the quantity of processed messages is incremented but the Modbus master does not receive or interpret correct response messages from the slave, then: The Response Time-Out setting in the master device could be too low especially for lower baud rates.
In this case, master and slave send messages simultaneously on the half duplex bus the master a new query message and the slave a response message to the previous query. The configured default value of the Bus silent time RxTx in RTU mode of the slave could be too low for the master especially for higher baud rates, see notes in chap. If this counter is not equal to 0 then the exception code EC of the last transmitted exception response is shown additionally.
The exception code display is hidden if no exception response was returned. Depending on the method of data acceptance for time synchronization ref. A framing error is reported by the serial communication module if a stop bit is requested after the reception of a byte frame but the level at the data line remains low. If this counter is incremented continuously, then this indicates a wrong baud rate setting.
Disconnecting and reconnecting the bus line during active communication can be the reason of single framing errors. Short-time data transmission errors e. If the counter of parity errors is incremented continuously then the settings for parity bit evaluation are not consistent in the master and the slave device. Mostly, the reason of CRC errors are data transmission errors e.
Response-time errors occur if the time for evaluating the data from the query message and for creating the response message in the slave is longer than the configured Maximum slave response time ref.
The value of the parameter Maximum slave response time should not be set less than the default setting of 10 ms. DblCmd For the control of double commands via Modbus there exist a parameter which determines, which Modbus function can be used ref.
Number of the selected standard mapping. Depending on the device type, several standard mappings are offered for parameterization in DIGSI ref. Version of the selected standard mapping with the number MapNo.
Hardware revision of the communication module. Serial number production number of the communication module. EvSize Number of the parameterized at most possible entries in the Event recorder on the communication module ref.
EvEntr Number of entries which are stored in the Event recorder incl. The receipt of the evaluation of these three entries in the message blocks is expected from the Modbus master.
Note: The three areas in the Holding registers for transmission of the Message blocks count as Event recorder entries in addition to the parameterized Number of entries in the Event recorder, see EvSize , if they contain Message blocks for reading and these were not given a receipt yet.
For that reason the first counter in the line EvEntr can have an at most of the value three number of Message blocks greater value than shown for EvSize. A buffer overflow is also shown in this line for the duration of signaling of this indication to the Modbus master, e.
If there exist entries in the event list but the number of event list entries, which are offered to the Modbus master, remains 0, then no read accesses to the Holding register area of the message blocks are received from the master or the Holding register area of the message blocks was read incompletely ref.
The display EvCtrl: hh means e. SlaveAddress Permissible slave addresses are in the range between 1 and Modbus mode GlobalSection. If the Modbus slave is configured to communicate on a Modbus network using RTU mode, each byte in a Modbus message contains two hexadecimal digits. Baud rate GlobalSection. Parity GlobalSection. This setting is not changeable. Maximum slave response time GlobalSection. MaxMSecSlaveResponseTime The maximum response time determines the time interval within which the Modbus slave may respond to enquiries from the master.
This value is indicated into milliseconds and must be coordinated with the time-out of the Modbus master. Processing of broadcast messages GlobalSection.
CoilBroadcastMsg GlobalSection. Method of data acceptance for time synchronization GlobalSection. Signalling of Data invalid GlobalSection.
ExceptionMsgAtInvalidData In situations when a large amount of data have to be processed with high priority e. A bit in the Diagnostic register ref. Additional the Data invalid situation can be recognized by reading the Diagnostic register using Modbus function Diagnostics, subfunction 2, and evaluation of the associated Data invalid bit. Reading of measured values Input registers and writing of values commands via Coil Status registers is possible furthermore. Please ref. Number of entries in the Event recorder GlobalSection.
If the Event recorder already contains the set number of entries as e. The default setting value is Record start-up General scan GlobalSection.
With this parameter it can be decided if these start-up values of the objects, which are parameterized for recording, are entered in the Event recorder. Each of this entries then will be indicated in the Event recorder with an additional General scan bit ref. Transmit message causes GlobalSection.
Because of some message causes not result in an value change, fewer events are recorded if disabled but the Modbus master has to be able to handle message causes if enabled. SIPROTEC Modbus - Communication profile 27 28 Parameters and properties Extended bus timing settings The following bus timing settings are used to adapt to special communication environments and are only available with mapping files which require Modbus version or higher.
The default values of these bus timings correspond to the Modbus specification ref. It can be necessary however, that e. The default value is 39 bit times which corresponds to 3. The minimum value is 22 bit times. If less than 22 bit times are parameterized, the value is set to 22 bit times internally.
The default value is 0, i. Note: The bus timings have to meet further requirements: RTU mode Following the last transmitted character of the response message from the Modbus slave of the SIPROTEC device, the Modbus master has to ensure a bus silent time interval of at least 2 character times i. After sending a broadcast message, the bus silent time interval has to be at least 2 character times. Because no responses are sent by the Modbus slaves for broadcast messages and the Modbus slaves still need a certain time for processing the query from the master, the time interval up to sending the next message has to be extended in addition to the 2 character times by approx.
All bytes of the Modbus messages must be transmitted as a continuous stream. The max. If the silent interval is greater than 2 character times, the message is assumed as completed and will be evaluated by the Modbus slave.
Reading one or several Input Status registers of the Modbus slave. Reading one or several Holding registers of the Modbus slave. The Holding registers contain device status information, mean values of measured values, metered measurands and others. Reading one or several Input registers of the Modbus slave. The Input registers contain recorded measured values. Use function code 15 to force multiple Coil Status registers.
Function presets a value into a single Holding register. Use function code 16 to preset multiple Holding registers. Subfunction 0: The data passed in the data field of the query message to the slave are returned looped-back in the response. Subfunction 2: The contents of the Diagnostic register is returned in the response to the master. For this, the contents of the Holding register is used.