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Multilin D400
Substation Gateway
Instruction Manual
994-0089
Version 2.30 Revision 0
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    Grid Solutions Multilin D400 Substation Gateway Instruction Manual 994-0089 Version 2.30 Revision 0 GE Information...

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    GE Grid Solutions Copyright Notice © 2006-2017, General Electric Company. All rights reserved. The information contained in this online publication is the exclusive property of General Electric Company, except as otherwise indicated. You may view, copy and print documents and graphics incorporated in this online publication (the “Documents”) subject to the following: (1) the Documents may be used solely for personal, infor-...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    D400 Substation Gateway Table of contents PRODUCT SUPPORT Access the GE Grid Solutions Web site...............9 Search GE Grid Solutions technical support library..........9 Contact GE Grid Solutions technical support ............10 GE Grid Solutions address ..................10 Product returns......................10 Product documents......................11 Upgrade your D400 firmware ..................11 ABOUT THIS Purpose ..........................13...

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    100Base-FX hot standby fiber optic ethernet adapter .........50 Configuration options ..........................50 COM2 port adapter ......................51 Configuration options ..........................51 Redundant twisted-pair ethernet + COM2 port adapter ........52 Configuration options ..........................53 USB KVM and audio adapter..................54 Configuration options ..........................54 GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

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    SETTING UP THE Start the D400 .......................89 Task 1: Connect to the D400..................90 D400 Task 2: Create user accounts ..................91 Task 3: Change the root password................91 Task 4: Set up the network interface ................92 D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

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    How the D400 works ....................113 APPLICATIONS Types of applications....................114 Client application ............................114 Server application............................115 Automation application ...........................115 System point database ..........................115 D400 applications...................... 116 Applications available with D400 redundant operation............116 About the DNP3 software ..................117 GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

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    Reset file persistence data ..................148 Configure local HMI....................148 Standby local HMI redirects to the active D400 ................149 Configure sync manager..................151 Redundancy........................ 154 Power supply ......................156 Automatic record retrieval manager ..............156 D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

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    DNP3 I/O module (LV) connection to the Power Source............179 Connecting DNP3 I/O modules (High Voltage) ............. 180 Connecting to a D400..........................180 LIST OF ACRONYMS Acronym Definitions ....................181 MISCELLANEOUS Warranty........................185 Revision history ......................185 GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 9: Product Support

    D400 Substation Gateway Product Support Product Support If you need help with any aspect of your GE Grid Solutions product, you can: • Access the GE Grid Solutions Web site • Search the GE Technical Support library • Contact Technical Support Also covered are: •...

  • Page 10: Contact Ge Grid Solutions Technical Support

    PRODUCT SUPPORT Contact GE Grid Solutions technical support GE Grid Solutions Technical Support is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for you to talk directly to a GE representative. In the U.S. and Canada, call toll-free: 1 800-547-8629...

  • Page 11: Product Documents

    Refer to the Multilin D400* Substation Gateway Upgrade Manager Quick Start Guide which is available with the D400 Upgrade Kits. The D400 Upgrade Kits are available for order though GE Grid Solutions Online store at: http://store.gedigitalenergy.com/viewprod.asp?model=D400-UGK D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

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    PRODUCT SUPPORT GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 13: About This Document

    For further information about the D400, refer to the following documents. • D400 online Help • Module layouts, as available For the most current version of the D400 Instruction Manual, please download a copy from: http://www.gegridsolutions.com/app/ViewFiles.aspx?prod=d400&type=3 D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 14: How To Use This Guide

    Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury. Indicates practices that are not related to personal injury. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 15: Before You Start

    Turn off all power supplying the equipment in which the D400 is to be installed before installing and wiring the D400. • Operate only from the power source specified on the installed power supply module. • Beware of potential hazards and wear personal protective equipment. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 16: Warning Symbols

    If the D400 is used in a manner not specified in this manual, the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired. • Changes or modifications made to the unit not authorized by GE Grid Solutions could void the warranty. Warning symbols Table 1 explains the meaning of warning symbols that may appear on the D400 or in this manual.

  • Page 17: Regulatory Compliance Information

    The environmental protection use period (EPUP), as defined in PRC SJ/T11363- 2006, for the D400 hardware assemblies listed in Table 2, is in excess of 20 years. Table 2: RoHS Material Declaration Data Content by Assembly GE part Description Lead Mercury...

  • Page 18: Eac Compliance

    CHAPTER 1: BEFORE YOU START GE part Description Lead Mercury Cadmium Hexavalent Polybromina Polybrominated number (Pb) (Hg) (Cd) Chromium ted biphenyls diphenyl ethers (Cr6) (PBB) (PBDE) 520-0214LF Hot Standby Ethernet Glass Fiber Optic Assembly 520-0215LF 100Base-FX Hot Standby. Fiber Optic Ethernet Adapter.

  • Page 19: Product Overview

    Control Center which can comprise an EMS (Enterprise Management System) or a DMS (Distribution Management System) SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) system. • IEDs (Intelligent Electronic Devices) to monitor and control field inputs and outputs. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

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    CHAPTER 1: BEFORE YOU START Figure 1: D400 - Data flow Client Connectors Server Connectors Client Connectors ServerConnectors Client Connectors GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 21: Hardware Overview

    Built-in basic math/logic functions • Event notification (e-mail) • Portable memory device plug-in • Dual CompactFlash cards for main and user storage • Dual hot swappable power supply units • Communication adapter cards D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 22: Firmware Compatibility

    JRE 7 update 71 Ordering guide The latest D400 Substation Gateway ordering guide, which includes accessories, is available on the GE Grid Solutions website: http://store.gegridsolutions.com/viewprod.asp?Model=D400 You can select the required options from the available Product Option items. The Order Code automatically updates as each option is selected.

  • Page 23: Upgrade Kit

    Hardware (as selected), • Upgrade Manager, and • Migration Tool The D400 Upgrade Kits are available for order though GE Grid Solutions Online store at: http://store.gegridsolutions.com/viewprod.asp?model=D400-UGK Upgrade manager The Upgrade Manager allows you to: • Upgrade the D400 firmware release, and •...

  • Page 24: Product Specifications

    100/140 µm and 200 µm HCS multi-mode fiber with ST connectors Plastic Optical Fiber (POF) serial port: (660 nm), 1 mm core with Agilent Versatile Link Simplex connectors. POF is limited to a maximum of 38.4 kbps. Configurable ambient state (ON/OFF) GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

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    15.4 lb [7.0 kg] Packing carton Size: 23.6” x 16.1” x 14.6” [600 mm x 410 mm x 372 mm] Gross Weight: 20.0 lb [9.1 kg] Material/Finish Galvannealed steel with black powder coat D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

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    Software Firmware Supports various IED and host protocols as well as web-based user interface and secure access Human machine Built-in graphical user interface (Web browser-based) interface Configuration Built-in graphical user interface (Web browser-based) GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 27: Approvals

    To maintain the life of the battery, the battery should be removed if the D400 is to be powered down or stored for more than two weeks. See “Replacing the battery” on page 160. The battery sustains the NVRAM. If the battery is removed, the NVRAM storage is lost. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

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    CHAPTER 1: BEFORE YOU START GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 29: Installing The D400

    It may be necessary to install a Service Pack or Service Updates for D400 v3.20 firmware. A Service Pack comprises a set of all of the individual Service Updates. Visit GE Multilin Technical Support website for the latest D400 R3.20 Service Pack and Service updates: http://www.gegridsolutions.com/events/signup.asp?sid=208...

  • Page 30: Required Tools

    Visually inspect the unit to ensure it has not sustained any visible damage during transit. If there are visible signs of damage, report it immediately to the carrier. \Verify that you have received all items. GE parts include a unique number, typically in the format XXX-XXXX, that can be used as a reference.

  • Page 31: First Look At The D400

    The rear panel provides access to the communication ports, field wiring connections and power connections. Figure 6: D400 rear panel IRIG-B Distribution Slot Network Slots IRIG-B Input Slot USB KVM Slot Serial Communication Slots External Power Source Power Supply and System Fail Alarms D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 32: Physical Installation

    For information on wiring the D400, see “Power connections” on page 82. It is not recommended to ship the D400 installed in a rack without support brackets and adequate conductive foam blocking in place. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 33: Panel Mount

    Connects the battery to the NVRAM and date/time pin 2 to 3 Disconnects the battery from the NVRAM and date/time Disconnect the battery if the board is to be stored for extended periods. This conserves the battery energy. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

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    CHAPTER 2: INSTALLING THE D400 GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 35: Setting Up Communication Cards

    The communication cards are powered from the backplane of the D400. Figure 8: D400 I/O adapter card slots IRIG-B Distribution Slot Network Slots IRIG-B Input Slot USB KVM Slot Serial Communication Slots External Power Source Power Supply and System Fail Alarms D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 36: Types Of Communication Cards

    2.6 in-lb [0.294 Nm]. RS-232 adapter The RS-232 Adapter (GE Item No. 520-0207LF) is a standard RS-232 serial I/O adapter card that plugs into any serial communication slot (slots 1 through 8) on the D400. It contains two independently isolated RS-232 serial ports (Port 1 J3 and Port 2 J2) each with a DB-9 connector with common shields.

  • Page 37: Configuration Options

    Pulse Width Modulated (B0xx) Pulse Width Modulated (B0xx) Manchester (B2xx) Manchester (B2xx) AM Modulated (B1xx) Pulse Width Modulated (B0xx) Factory default The factory default setting is DTE on each port. Figure 9: RS-232 adapter top side D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 38: Switch Sw1/sw2 Configuration

    PTC (positive temperature coefficient) resettable fuse at 320 mA at 65 °C. Figure 10: Switch SW1/SW2 configuration for port DTE (default) Figure 11: Switch SW1/SW2 configuration for port DCE GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 39: Switch Sw3/sw4 Configuration

    IRIG-B Enable (on Pin 4) and Ground (on Pin 6). See Figure 14. Figure 12: Switch SW3/SW4 configuration for port DTE (default) Figure 13: Switch SW3/SW4 configuration for port DCE Figure 14: Switch SW3/SW4 configuration for port IRIG-B) D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 40: Rs-485 Adapter

    CHAPTER 3: SETTING UP COMMUNICATION CARDS RS-485 adapter The RS-485 Adapter (GE Item No. 520-0208LF) plugs into any serial communication slot (slots 1 through 8) on the D400. It contains two independently isolated RS-485 channels on a single terminal block TB1: Channel 1 on terminals TB1-1 through TB1-5 and Channel 2 on terminals TB1-6 through TB1-10.

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    CHAPTER 3: SETTING UP COMMUNICATION CARDS Figure 15: RS-485 Adapter Top Side) Figure 16: RS-485 Adapter Bottom Side) D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 42: Switch Sw3/sw4 Configuration

    Figure 17: RS-485 Mode - 12 KOhm (Single Unit Load)) Figure 18: RS-422 120 Ohm Line Termination on TX and RX Figure 19: RS-422 120 Ohm Line Termination with 680 Ohm Pull-Up and Pull-Down Resistors GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 43: Fiber Optic Serial Adapter

    Glass Optical Fiber (GOF) Serial with 820-850 nm ST connectors (GE Item No. 520-0209LF) • Plastic Optical Fiber (POF) Serial with 660 nm Agilent Versatile Link connectors (GE Item No. 520-0210LF) The plastic optical fiber is limited to 38.4 kbps operation and a lower operating temperature limit of 0 °C.

  • Page 44: Irig-b Input Adapter

    Figure 21: Plastic Optical Fiber Serial Adapter IRIG-B input adapter The IRIG-B Input Adapter (GE part number 520-0211LF) plugs into a dedicated IRIG-B slot (slot 9) on the D400. The IRIG-B Input card accepts an IRIG-B signal in one of three input formats through a corresponding connector type: •...

  • Page 45: Configuration Options

    IRIG-B Distribution Adapter (GE Item No. 520-0212LF). See “IRIG-B distribution adapter” on page 47. • RS-232 Adapter (GE Item No. 520-0207LF). See “IRIG-B input adapter” on page 44. See “IRIG-B connections” on page 63 for wiring instructions. Input Range 4.0 V to 8.0 V...

  • Page 46: Switch Sw2 Configuration

    ON or OFF to select the appropriate signal. Table 12: IRIG-B Input Card Switch SW2 Settings Input Signal Option SW2 Switch Positions Fiber Optic (RX) TTL (TB1) (default) BNC (J2) GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 47: Irig-b Distribution Adapter

    CHAPTER 3: SETTING UP COMMUNICATION CARDS IRIG-B distribution adapter The IRIG-B Distribution Adapter (GE part number 520-0212LF) is an optional IRIG-B output card to supply a pulse width coded IRIG-B (TTL) signal passed from the IRIG-B Input card to attached devices. The IRIG-B Distribution card provides four channels on a single terminal block.

  • Page 48: 4-port Twisted-pair Ethernet Switch

    CHAPTER 3: SETTING UP COMMUNICATION CARDS 4-Port twisted-pair ethernet switch The 4-Port Twisted-Pair Ethernet Switch (GE Item No. 520-0213LF) is a 10/100BaseT network switch that plugs into the NET1 slot (slot 11) on the D400. It provides local area network connections for up to five Ethernet connections: four RJ-45 connectors on the rear panel and one RJ-45 connector on the front panel.

  • Page 49: 10base-fl Hot Standby Fiber Optic Ethernet Switch

    CHAPTER 3: SETTING UP COMMUNICATION CARDS 10Base-FL hot standby fiber optic ethernet switch The Hot Standby Fiber Optic Ethernet Switch (GE Item No. 520-0214LF) is a 10BaseFL (820 to 850 nm) network switch that supports single-IP redundancy for the D400. It provides automated fail over between two Ethernet fiber optic network connections (RX1/TX1 and RX2/TX2) that share a single MAC address.

  • Page 50: 100base-fx Hot Standby Fiber Optic Ethernet Adapter

    CHAPTER 3: SETTING UP COMMUNICATION CARDS 100Base-FX hot standby fiber optic ethernet adapter The 100Base-FX Hot Standby Fiber Optic Ethernet Adapter (GE Item No. 520-0215LF) is a 100Base-FX (1300 nm) network switch that supports single-IP redundancy for the D400. It provides automated fail over between two Ethernet fiber optic network connections (RX1/ TX1 and RX2/TX2) that share a single MAC address.

  • Page 51: Com2 Port Adapter

    520-0218 card; see section: “Redundant twisted-pair ethernet + COM2 port adapter” on page 52. The COM2 Port Adapter (GE Item No. 520-0219LF) provides a single DB-9 connector (P2) wired for an RS-232 DCE signal. The COM2 Port card can support serial connections for the following dial-up interfaces: •...

  • Page 52: Redundant Twisted-pair Ethernet + Com2 Port Adapter

    CHAPTER 3: SETTING UP COMMUNICATION CARDS Redundant twisted-pair ethernet + COM2 port adapter The Redundant TP Ethernet + COM2 Port card (GE Item No. 520-0218LF) provides: • Two local area network connections with unique MAC addresses through Ethernet RJ- 45 connectors. The LAN input routes to a three-port Ethernet switch and the WAN input routes to the PC/104-Plus Ethernet Module.

  • Page 53: Configuration Options

    CHAPTER 3: SETTING UP COMMUNICATION CARDS Configuration options There are no selectable options on the Redundant TP Ethernet + COM2 Port card. Figure 28: Redundant TP Ethernet + COM2 Port Adapter Card D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 54: Usb Kvm And Audio Adapter

    CHAPTER 3: SETTING UP COMMUNICATION CARDS USB KVM and audio adapter The USB Keyboard, Video, Mouse Adapter (GE Item No. 520-0206LF) plugs into the USB KVM slot (slot 13) on the D400. The card provides connections for setting up a permanent local workstation, including: •...

  • Page 55: Connecting To Devices And Networks

    Chapter 3, Setting Up Communication Cards. Serial The D400 can support up to 16 serial connections (up to 8 serial adapter cards with 2 ports each) to a variety of GE and other vendor devices, including: • Protective relays •...

  • Page 56: Network

    Optionally, a portable PC can be connected to the front Ethernet port to access the HMI. Local maintenance A local PC can be directly connected to the D400 through the front serial communications port to perform system maintenance using the D400 System Utilities. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 57: Cabling Overview

    RS-232 and RS-485 connections must comply with the following requirements: • Cables must be shielded • D-type connector covers must provide EMC shielding (e.g. metallized plastic or die cast metal covers). D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 58: Rs-232 Connections

    The D400 accepts connections to RS-232 type devices through the RS-232 Adapter. The RS-232 Adapter (GE Item No. 520-0207LF) is an RS-232 serial I/O adapter card that plugs into any serial communication slot (slots 1 through 8) on the D400. It contains two independently isolated RS-232 serial ports (Port 1 and Port 2) each with a DB-9 connector.

  • Page 59: Cabling Requirements

    RS-485 Adapter Before wiring devices, ensure that the RS-485 Adapter is configured to 2-wire mode (see “RS-485 adapter” on page 40). Figure 32: RS-485 2-wire devices - wiring connection Relay RS485- RS485+ D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 60: 4-wire Connections

    To connect RS-485 4- Use the following wiring connection: wire type devices to the RS-485 Adapter Before wiring devices, ensure that the RS-485 Adapter is configured to 4-wire mode (see “RS-485 adapter” on page 40). GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

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    TX1+ TX1− FGND 1 Shield RX1− RX1+ Channel 2 TX2+ TX2− FGND 2 Shield RX2− RX2+ The terminal block positions are numbered from 1 to 10 starting from the bottom of the card. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 62: Fiber Optic Serial Connections

    Plastic optical fiber receiver sensitivity is typically –39 dBm LED transmitters are classified as IEC 60825-1 Accessible Emission Limit (AEL) Class 1M. Class 1M devices are considered eye safe to the unaided eye. Do not view directly with optical instruments. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 63: Irig-b Connections

    IRIG-B input adapter The IRIG-B Input Adapter (GE Item No. 520-0211LF) plugs into a dedicated IRIG-B slot (slot 9) on the D400. The IRIG-B Input card accepts an IRIG-B signal in one of three input formats through a corresponding connector type: •...

  • Page 64: Irig-b Distribution Adapter

    Figure 36: IRIG-B Input Adapter IRIG-B distribution adapter The IRIG-B Distribution Adapter (GE Item No. 520-0212LF) is an optional IRIG-B output card to supply a pulse width coded IRIG-B (TTL) signal passed from the IRIG-B Input card to attached IEDs. The IRIG-B Distribution card provides four channels on a single terminal block.

  • Page 65: Hot Standby Fiber Optic Connections

    They provide automated fail over between two Ethernet fiber optic network connections (RX1/TX1 and RX2/TX2) that share a single MAC address. The 10-BaseFL switch (GE Item No. 520-0214LF) operates at 820-850 nm and the 100BaseFX switch (GE Item No. 520- 0215LF) operates at 1300 nm.

  • Page 66: Front Network Port

    Ethernet configuration or eth1 for dual Ethernet configuration). To connect a local PC Connect the supplied straight-through Ethernet cable (GE Item No. 977-0209LF) to your computer’s network communications port and to the D400's front Ethernet port. Older to the D400 computers without auto MDIX Ethernet capability may require an Ethernet cross-over cable.

  • Page 67: Modem Connections

    A COM2 port is provided on the COM2 Port Adapter or the Redundant TP Ethernet + COM2 Port Adapter. The COM2 port can support serial connections for the following dial-up interfaces: • External modem • Point-to-point protocol (PPP) services • Wide area network D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

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    OUT to DCE Signal GND IN from DCE OUT to DCE IN from DCE Not connected Table 22: COM2 Port DB-9 to DB-25 Pin Out Signal Acronym DB-9 Pin # DB-25 Pin # GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 69: Local Hmi Connection

    Connect the keyboard and mouse to the USB ports. Connect speakers (if available) to the audio jack. You can also connect a USB touchscreen, keyboard, and mouse to the front USB ports. Figure 41: USB KVM adaptor D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 70: Front Maintenance Port

    D400 to perform the initial setup of the D400 and to carry out maintenance and diagnostic procedures. The front maintenance port provides for a direct serial connection to a PC using a serial null modem cable (GE Item No. 977-0529), which is supplied with the D400.

  • Page 71: D400 Connection To Dnp3 I/o Modules

    If the active D400 unit fails, the following actions occur: The standby D400 unit detects the failure through the lack of a heartbeat signal on the ping cable or through a status change on the watchdog cable. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 72: Required Components

    82. Mount the RS232 switch panel. Plug the connector of watchdog cable A (GE part number 977-0540) to a serial connector on the first D400 (CCU A). Plug the connector of watchdog cable B (GE part number 977-0541) to a serial connector on the second D400 (CCU B).

  • Page 73: Rs232 Switch Panel

    Connect TB4 pins 1 (SET) and 2 (RESET) on the master RS232 switch panel to TB2 pins 1 and 2 on the slave RS232 switch panel using the cable specified (GE part number 970- 0161) or similar.

  • Page 74: Redundancy Wiring Diagrams

    RS232 switch panels:” on page 73. The D400 watchdog (control) port, heartbeat (ping) port, and serial port assignments are software configurable. Refer to section: “D400 system redundancy” on page 71. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

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    CHAPTER 4: CONNECTING TO DEVICES AND NETWORKS Figure 43: Redundancy Wiring - Single RS232 Switch Panel D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 76

    CHAPTER 4: CONNECTING TO DEVICES AND NETWORKS Figure 44: Redundancy Wiring - Dual RS232 Switch Panel (1 of 2) GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

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    CHAPTER 4: CONNECTING TO DEVICES AND NETWORKS Figure 45: Redundancy Wiring - Dual RS232 Switch Panel (2 of 2) D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 78

    CHAPTER 4: CONNECTING TO DEVICES AND NETWORKS Figure 46: Redundancy Wiring - Redundant RS232 Switch Panel (1 of 2) GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

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    CHAPTER 4: CONNECTING TO DEVICES AND NETWORKS Figure 47: Redundancy Wiring - Redundant RS232 Switch Panel (2 of 2) D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

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    CHAPTER 4: CONNECTING TO DEVICES AND NETWORKS GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 81: Powering Up The D400

    The D400 supports one or two power supplies that provide 5 V to the D400 main module. The following power supplies may be provided in the Power Supply slots: • AC-DC power supply (GE Item No. 520-0217) • DC-DC power converter (GE Item No. 520-0216) For information on installing power supplies, see “Replacing the power supply”...

  • Page 82: Redundant Power Supply

    Terminal block TB1 is reserved for connecting power from one or two external sources to the D400. • Terminal block TB2 provides contact closure outputs for power supply fail and system fail alarms. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 83: Wiring Requirements

    The primary disconnect device shall be in close proximity to the D400 equipment and easily accessed by the operator. • The primary disconnect device shall be marked as the disconnecting device for the D400 equipment. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 84

    First source connected Supply 1 Supply 2 Power Sources to SUPPLY1 terminals. with Optional Second source Redundant D400 connected to SUPPLY2 AC/DC Power terminals. Supply AC Power Source #1 AC Power Source #2 GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 85: Power Supply Alarms

    Power Fail alarm is also indicated by the Power LED on the front panel of the power supply turning off. The front panel Power indicator LED is lit when any one power supply is ON, but does not indicate that any one power supply has failed. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 86: System Fail Alarm

    The indicator or audible alarm can be wired to operate as follows: • ON when system failure has occurred • ON when system is functioning properly GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 87: Powering Down The D400

    It may take a couple of minutes for the D400 to fully shut down and for the CPU Ready LED to go off. Once you have completely shut down the D400, you can safely disconnect the power. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 88

    CHAPTER 5: POWERING UP THE D400 GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 89

    • “Task 8: Test the network connection” on page 96 In the following procedures, the term “enter” indicates that the menu item number is typed in and then the Enter key is pressed. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 90: Setting Up The D400

    Tera Term, but any terminal emulation program can be used. Procedure To connect to the D400: Connect the supplied null modem cable (GE Item No. 977-0529) to your computer’s serial communications port and to the D400's front communications port. See “Front maintenance port” on page 70 for cabling information.

  • Page 91: Task 2: Create User Accounts

    Follow the instructions to enter a new password for the root user. Do not share the root user's password and do not forget it; this is crucial information. No method is available to regenerate this password. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 92: Task 4: Set Up The Network Interface

    Result: You are prompted to enter the D400 IP address. Enter the appropriate Static IP Addresses: 6.1. Enter 1. Configure Maintenance IP Address. Note: This entry is mandatory. Result: You are prompted to enter the D400 IP Address. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 93

    D400’s front network port. The PC connecting to the front Ethernet port of the D400 must be configured to be on the same network as Net1 (slot 11) and the host ID must be unique to the network. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 94: Task 5: Create A Supervisor Password

    “Common Name”, and specify a non-encrypted private key file. When you receive your certificate and private key, you should create a back up copy and store it in a secure place other than the D400. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 95: Installing The Certificate And Key

    If you receive any other security warnings or do not see the secure connection icon in your Web browser, your computer and network connection may not be safe from outside intruders. Check with your IT administrator on how to proceed. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 96: Task 7: Access The D400 Hmi

    You entered the IP address correctly in the ping command. – Your computer is set up in the same subnet mask as the D400. – The network interface setup in the D400 is correct. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 97

    “Task 5: Warm standby - Configure the secondary D400 for redundancy” on page 99 • “Task 6: Warm standby - Verify configuration” on page 100 • “Task 7: Warm standby - Verify redundant D400 operation” on page 100 D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 98: Setting Up The D400 For Redundancy

    Enter 1. Warm Standby to configure the D400s in Warm-Standby mode. Enter Y to confirm your selection. Enter 3. Heart Beat Configuration. Result: The D400 Redundancy Configuration Menu - Heart Beat Configuration Parameters menu appears. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 99: Task 5: Warm Standby - Configure The Secondary D400 For Redundancy

    Enter 2. D400_B. (Applicable if switch panel is not configured in Remote HMI). Enter the remaining configuration settings to be identical to the primary D400. See “Task 4: Warm standby - Configure the primary D400 for redundancy” on page 98. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 100: Task 6: Warm Standby - Verify Configuration

    “Task 7: Hot standby - Verify redundant D400 operation” on page 103 Task 1: Hot standby - Configure the D400s for operation Set up both D400s for operation. Refer to section: “Start the D400” on page 89. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 101: Task 2: Hot Standby - Connect The D400s

    18. If a secondary IP for the peer D400 is available, enter the new secondary address. 19. Confirm the primary and secondary IP address changes by entering Y. 20. Enter 5. UserName of PEER D400. 21. Enter the user name defined by you earlier in the peer D400. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 102: Task 5: Hot Standby - Configure The Secondary D400 For Redundancy

    Navigate back to the main d400cfg menu. Result: The D400 Configuration Utility Menu appears. See Figure 52 on page 92. Enter 14. Redundancy. Result: The D400 Configuration Utility Menu - Redundancy menu appears. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 103: Task 6: Hot Standby - Verify Configuration

    If the State of peer D400 point is Non Sync, then synchronize the configuration by entering the DirectOperate -> PulseOn command on the SyncConfig point. Compare the configurations. Confirm that the State of peer D400 pseudo point is Standby. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 104

    CHAPTER 7: SETTING UP THE D400 FOR REDUNDANCY GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 105: Using The D400

    Once the D400 is powered up, the LED indicators on the front panel of the D400 become active. The indicators provide status information on the operation of the D400. Figure 53: D400 Front LEDs D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 106: System Status Leds

    Module with FPGA revision V1.4 and earlier when using the Redundant TP Ethernet + COM2 Port card (GE Item No. 520-0218LF). To check the FPGA revision, enter dmesg -s 16392 | grep -i FPGA at the D400#>> command prompt and search for FPGA in the output.

  • Page 107: Substation Hmi

    Type your HMI Supervisor user name and password. The default user name is supervisor and the default password is super123$. Click Log In. Result: If your login is successful, the D400 Home page appears. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 108: Local Hmi

    Quit – closes the HMI session and X Windows and returns you to the D400#>> command prompt. To restart windows, enter startx. • Restart – restarts the windows manager without ending the HMI session. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 109: System Utilities

    When accessing the D400 with an Administrator-level user account, you may not have sufficient security privileges to execute the all commands listed in the user documentation. If this occurs, type “sudo” before of each command. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 110: File Transfer

    Insert the USB drive in the top front USB port. portable memory Connect and log in to the D400 using terminal session. device: At the D400#>> command prompt, enter mkdir /mnt/frontusb1. Enter mount –t vfat /dev/sda1 /mnt/frontusb1 –o shortname=win95. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 111: System Status Points

    FPGA Version 1.10 or above is required to provide system status points for the power supplies and 100BASE-FX card. In previous FPGA versions, these points appear as offline regardless of their actual status. If your FPGA version is 1.09 or less, please contact Product Support. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 112: Shutting Down The D400

    At the D400#>> command prompt, type shutdown -r now and press Enter. The D400 software shuts down and then restarts automatically. Once the restart is complete, you can log back into the D400. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 113: About The D400

    (Human-Machine Interface) applications. The D400 is able to accomplish these tasks through the use of embedded software applications. You configure these software applications to set up the D400 to operate as your system requires. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 114: Client Application

    The client application writes input point values to the real-time database and may process control requests. Known previously within GE embedded devices as a Data Collection Application (DCA). GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 115: Server Application

    The automation application is able to process this data and then update the values of the input points owned by the automation application or output points belonging to another application. Known previously within GE embedded devices as a Data Translation Application (DTA).

  • Page 116: D400 Applications

    ARRM (Automated Record Retrieval Manager)   Not Available Load Shed and Curtailment   Not Available Analog Reports  Tools/Utilities Runtime HMI   Online Configuration Tool   Offline Configuration Tool   GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 117: About The Dnp3 Software

    Figure 56: EPA Layers for the DNP3 software D400 System Point Database Application Layer DNP3 client and server Data Link Layer DNP3 client and server Physical Layer DNP3 Transport applications (client and server) D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 118

    CHAPTER 9: ABOUT THE D400 APPLICATIONS GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 119

    D400 Online Configuration Tool • One-Line Designer • IEC 61850 Loader and LogicLinx (optional) • D400 System Utilities This chapter provides an overview of each tool and the basic steps to configuring the D400. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 120: Introducing The D400 Configuration

    D400 to work with different aspects of the substation system. For more information about using the D400 Online Configuration Tool, functions and screens refer to the D400 online Help. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 121: Logiclinx (optional)

    Result: A confirmation message is displayed, indicating that the schema package has been successfully imported For more information on using LogicLinx, refer to the LogicLinx on D400 Quick Start Guide (SWM0069). D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 122: D400 System Redundancy

    For more information on using the D400 System Utilities, see the Miscellaneous Utilities book in the D400 online Help. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 123: Configuration Steps

    D400 applications are restarted. The D400 online Help describes how to configure the D400 for various substation applications. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 124: Timestamps And Time Zones On Your D400

    D400 UTC clock and the master's time. The application then applies this difference to the UTC timestamps it reports to the master. In effect, it automatically calculates the time offset. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 125: Example System Configuration

    08:00 †This field is configured in minutes, so the value entered in the configuration tool would be -420 and -300 respectively. However, hours are shown in the diagram above for clarity. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 126

    CHAPTER 10: INTRODUCING THE D400 CONFIGURATION GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 127

    Secure shell (SSH) log in for Pass-through and Terminal Server connections (optional) • Automatic logout • TLS/SSL-based encryption and identity verification on serial and Ethernet connections • SSH-based secure connection to Logiclinx Editor from SGConfig. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 128: Introducing The D400 Features

    Upon detecting an alarm condition on a source point or a group of points, the D400 creates a record in the database and presents the alarm to the operator on the D400 Active Alarms page for further action. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 129: Viewing Data

    Operator Notes Operator Notes can be: • Added, deleted and viewed by operators and supervisors. • Viewed by observers. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 130: Analog Reports

    Hot Standby mode. When system redundancy is set to Warm Standby/Standalone mode, the user can configure and run all of the D400 applications in Warm Standby or Standalone mode. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 131: Parallel Redundancy Protocol (prp)

    Network LAN Scenarios topic) PRP is not supported with the previous generation PC/104-Plus 10/100BaseT Ethernet Module card (GE part number 580-2717). A replacement can be ordered from the D400 Upgrade Kits, available through the GE Grid Solutions Online store. NET 3 LEDs are not connected to the D400 Front panel LED cluster, but the NET 3 LINK Good status can be monitored remotely from the System Status Manager - Digital Input Points (refer to the D400 Online Help >...

  • Page 132: Retrieve System Logs

    With a USB key connected to a D400 front USB ports you can browse files and folders in the user folder and datalog folder, and copy selected files from the user folder and the datalog folder to the USB key. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 133: Using The D400

    There is a difference between the local Configuration Utility and the D400 Configuration Tool in the D400 HMI: • The d400cfg Local Configuration Utility directly modifies Linux system configuration files. • The D400 Configuration Tool in the D400 HMI generates XML configuration files. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 134: Start The D400 Configuration Utility

    17. Suppress Forced Qualities To Masters; see page 157 – 18. Restore Factory Default; see page 157 – 19. Reboot D400 Press the Enter key. Result: A sub-menu for the selected function appears. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 135

    CHAPTER 12: USING THE D400 LOCAL CONFIGURATION UTILITY Figure 59: Configuration utility navigation structure D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 136: Local Configure Authentication

    Use this function to assign a (host) name to the D400 unit. Within the Host Name network that the D400 is connected to, the name must be unique to this D400. The name can only contain alphanumeric characters (- [hyphen] is supported); e.g., D400_B or D400_WestLondon. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 137: Utility Configure Network Interfaces

    You can change the selected network interface to the Internal mode with this option. For more information on the D400 firewall, refer to section “Configure firewall settings” on page 143. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 138

    If a QoS-enabled device receives packets transmitted on this VLAN, it should apply prioritization based on the level you specify. • Ethernet reorder flag header: This option is reserved for use by GE Grid Solutions staff for Technical Support tasks. Remove Configuration Use this command to remove the current Network Interface settings.

  • Page 139: Network Summary

    (i.e If user converts 255.255.255.0 to binary, it results in 24 consecutive 1's). Other examples are: IP 192.168.0.0, netmask 255.255.0.0 is written as 192.168.0.0/16 IP 192.168.0.0 netmask 255.255.248.0 is written as 192.168.0.0/21 D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 140: Configure Secure Access

    FTP protocol Note : When transferring files to and from the D400, you may receive file permission errors. Disable “permission change error reporting” in your file transfer utility to prevent these messages from appearing. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 141: Configure Remote Hmi Non Observer Privileges

    [Y/N]?: If you enter Y, then the controls from the Remote HMI are disabled. If you enter N, then the controls from the Remote HMI are not disabled. Result: The settings take effect. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 142: Configure Rsyslog Service

    Choose option 1. Current Settings to view the current settings configured. Return to the Configure Rsyslog Service menu. Choose option 2. Configure Rx via UDP. Result: Receiving Messages via UDP - Settings menu appears. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 143: Configure Firewall Settings

    The D400 firewall is intended only to protect itself and does not extend protection to other devices on the network. As such, it does not replace the need for a network firewall which offers deep packet inspection and detailed configuration capabilities. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 144

    NTP Client (Inbound) When enabled in d400cfg Deny Allow NTP Server (Inbound) When enabled in d400cfg Deny Allow SSH/SFTP/SCP (Outbound) When enabled in d400cfg Allow Allow All other services (Outbound) Don't Care Deny Allow GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 145: Configure Host Names

    Enter to use the previously entered value. Delete All Hosts Use this function to remove all entries from the hosts file. View All Hosts Use this function to view a list of configured hosts. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 146: Configure Time And Time Synchronization

    The value is shown in KB. Delete Archived Logs Use this function to permanently delete archived logs from the D400. Delete Current Logs Use this function to permanently delete current application logs from the D400. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 147: Reset Msql Database Tables

    After you have reset the NVRAM, you must restart the processes running on the D400. To restart the processes on the D400: Exit the D400 Configuration Utility. Type go at the command line. Press the Enter key. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 148: Reset File Persistence Data

    Never exceed the maximum resolution of your monitor as damage may occur. Refer to the manual that came with your monitor for more information. Monitor Type Select the type of monitor: • Standard • EL0 1379L • Fanuc IMpact • eGalax Touch GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 149: Standby Local Hmi Redirects To The Active D400

    The Export Database feature in D400 Utilities downloads the database into the USB mounted on the Standby D400. • The Export Database CSV Files feature in D400 Utilities stores the files on the Standby D400. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 150

    Are you sure you want to Disable Active D400 Access from Standby Local HMI [Y/N]?: If you enter Y, then this feature is disabled. If you enter N, then this feature is not disabled. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 151: Configure Sync Manager

    D400 file system Destination Path The absolute directory pathname that the 2 to 120 ASCII characters Name files are to be copied to pointing to a valid location on the remote device's file system D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 152

    Where, %D400_DESIGNATION is the place holder for D400 Designation i.e. _A or _B. For the above example, the destination path is: For D400A: /cygdrive/c/Stations_Data/GW/Station_1/D400_Name_1 _A For D400B: /cygdrive/c/Stations_Data/GW/Station_1/D400_Name_1 _B Check and rsync Interval Forced rsync Interval GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 153

    D400 after synchronization. Instead, they are recreated during the next sync operation. A forced rsync is performed upon each startup of your D400 device. The D400 Designation Place holder %D400_DESIGNATION is only to be used with redundant D400s. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 154: Redundancy

    Note : Both D400s must be configured with the same authentication mode (i.e., either Local or Remote). The peer username should be reconfigured when the authentication mode changes from local to remote and vice versa. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 155

    D400s (see the Non-Sync Mode topic in the D400 online help). Note : This configuration parameter must be set to the same value on both D400s. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 156: Power Supply

    You can also retrieve downloaded records from the D400 using any FTP/SCP/SFTP client as needed or on a scheduled basis GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 157: Suppress Forced Qualities To Masters

    A root user or a super (“sudo”) user can restore a D400 to the factory default (or “clean”) configuration. After this command is initiated (prior to restoration), you are prompted to make a backup copy of the current configuration onto a USB key. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 158

    CHAPTER 12: USING THE D400 LOCAL CONFIGURATION UTILITY GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 159: Servicing The D400

    Removing the D400 main module You need to remove the D400 main module from the chassis to access the system battery and the main CompactFlash card for maintenance. Figure 62: D400 Main Module D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 160: Replacing The Battery

    You can access the battery compartment by removing the D400 main module from the chassis. The battery holder BT1 is located near the front corner of the board, behind the two rows of Serial Port Status LEDs. Figure 63: D400 Battery Location GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 161: Before You Remove The Battery

    Supported battery types The D400 is supplied with a 1/2AA 3.6 V 0.9 Ah Lithium Thionyl Chloride non-rechargeable battery (GE Item No. 980-0038). The following battery types may be used as a replacement. Table 51: Supported Battery Types Manufacturer Manufacturer part number.

  • Page 162: Checking Voltage

    D400 is powered down for extended periods or stored. For long-term storage: • Remove the battery • Keep the equipment at temperatures and humidity below normal • Avoid shorting or loading while stored GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 163: Dual Ethernet Upgrade Kit With Card 580-3410

    Ethernet network connections. This upgrade kit contains the following components: • PC/104-PLUS 10/100/1000BASE-TX Dual Ethernet card (GE part number 580-3410) • Ethernet card to main board cable assemblies (GE part numbers 977-0544 and 977- 0549) • Phillips screws (4 pieces) •...

  • Page 164

    CHAPTER 13: SERVICING THE D400 Figure 64: Dual Ethernet upgrade kit - four mounting holes Plug the first provided cable assembly (GE part number 977-0544) into connector LAN2 and LED2 on PC/104 card and connector P3 on the main board.

  • Page 165

    Re-insert the D400 main module. Power up the D400 and configure the network connections as required using d400cfg. Refer to chapter: “Using the D400 Local Configuration Utility” on page 133 for more information. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 166: Changing The Compactflash

    • GE part number: 160-0141 (1 GB Industrial Temp CompactFlash, DMA Access) for the Main or User CompactFlash (Used on 520-0232LF - RoHS compliant main board) • GE part number: 160-0142 (16 GB Industrial Temp CompactFlash, DMA Access) for the User CompactFlash (Used on 520-0232LF - RoHS compliant main board) CompactFlash cards from a D400 1.6 GHz main module are not compatible with a D400...

  • Page 167: Replacing The Power Supply

    The D400 may be supplied with an optional redundant power supply (in Slot 2) to provide dual hot swappable power supplies. The power supply module is accessible and easily replaced from the D400 front panel. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 168

    (applying a torque of no more than 5.8 in-lb [0.66 Nm]) on the front panel. Verify that the Power LED is illuminated on the replaced power supply unit. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 169: Removing The D400 From Service

    Remove the D400 user compact flash card (also known as the secondary flash card) located at the front of the unit. Destroy the user compact flash card in order to prevent access to the user flash card content. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 170: Removing Configuration Data On A Pc

    CHAPTER 14: REMOVING THE D400 FROM SERVICE GE recommends that you destroy the device (i.e., shred, disintegrate, pulverize, or incinerate by burning the device in a licensed incinerator) as per Draft NIST Special Publication 800-88 Revision 1, Guidelines for Media Sanitization, Recommendations of the National Institute of Standards and Technology: (http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/drafts/800-88-rev1/sp800_88_r1_draft.pdf).

  • Page 171: Standards & Compliance Standards

    <= 16 A per phase and not subject to conditional connection To comply, all RS232 cables must be double shielded (that is, foil shield plus braid). D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 172

    Standard Name Description Test Specification IEC 61010-1 Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use - General requirements IEC 60255-5 Insulation coordination for measuring relays and protection equipment- Requirements and tests GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 173

    Standard Name Description Test Specification IEEE 802.3 CSMA/CD Access Method (and physical layer specifications) IEC 61850-3 Communication networks and systems in substation – General requirements IEEE 802.3 CSMA/CD Access Method (and physical layer specifications) D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 174

    APPENDIX A: STANDARDS & PROTECTION GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 175: Installing And Overall Procedure To Install And Connect Dnp3 I/o Modules

    “Connecting DNP3 I/O modules (High Voltage)” on page 180. Turn power on to the module, and test it to make sure it is functioning properly. It is recommended that you complete the above procedure before connecting and testing your field wiring. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 176: Installing Dnp3 I/o Modules In A Rack

    Each type of DNP I/O Module has a different ground point, as shown in the examples of Table 57. The location of the protective ground terminal varies between WESTERM I/O module types. Refer to Module Layout drawing of your module for detailed information. For example, see Table 57. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 177

    After site ground has been connected, you are now ready to connect power, and DNP3 link cabling to the DNP I/O module. See “Connecting DNP3 I/O modules (Low Voltage)” on page 178 or “Connecting DNP3 I/O modules (High Voltage)” on page 180. D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 178: Connecting Dnp3 I/o Modules (low Voltage)

    To Power Source After DNP3 I/O modules have been interconnected, you are now ready to connect power to the DNP3 I/O modules. See “DNP3 I/O module (LV) connection to the Power Source” on page 179. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 179: Dnp3 I/o Module (lv) Connection To The Power Source

    Connect the power supply to the last DNP3 I/O module in the chain. The cable from J2 on the last DNP3 I/O module to the power source (GE part number 977- 0500) provides the connections shown in the wiring diagram of Figure 71.

  • Page 180: Connecting Dnp3 I/o Modules (high Voltage)

    Connecting to a D400 When connecting the DNP3 I/O modules to the D400, configure the D400 port for 2-wire mode. Refer to section: “RS-485 connections” on page 58 which indicates the corresponding cable connections. GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 181: List Of Acronyms

    Data Carrier Detect Data Communications Equipment Digital Fault Recorders DPMS Display Power Management Signaling Data Terminal Equipment The new mark of conformity for CU (Customs Union) countries Electronic Industries Alliance Electromagnetic Capability Electromagnetic Interference D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 182

    Metal oxide semiconductor milliseconds, unit of measure Network Interface Card Newton-meter, measure of energy Network Time Protocol NVRAM Non-Volatile Random Access Memory Personal Computer Programmable Logic Controllers Plastic Optical Fiber Point-to-point protocol Protective Relay Faults GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 183

    Transmit Unified coarse thread Unified fine thread Universal Resource Locator Universal Serial Bus Unshielded Twisted Pair Volt Amps, unit of measure Volts, Alternating Current, unit of measure Volts, Direct Current, unit of measure D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 184

    APPENDIX C: LIST OF ACRONYMS GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 185: Miscellaneous Warranty

    This appendix provides the warranty and revision history. Warranty For products shipped as of 1 October 2013, GE Grid Solutions warrants most of its GE manufactured products for 10 years. For warranty details including any limitations and disclaimers, see the GE Grid Solutions Terms and Conditions at https://www.gegridsolutions.com/multilin/warranty.htm...

  • Page 186

    Changed RS-485 adapter card default setting to 2-wire. 1.30 Jan 27, 2012 Added content for Hot Standby configuration. Feb 17, 2012 Added GE part numbers for CompactFlash to the Changing the CompactFlash section. Mar 20, 2012 Added Appendix C: List of Acronyms Jun 29, 2012 Updated the RoHS Material Declaration.

  • Page 187

    AUTHENTICATION, CONFIGURE ............ 136 IRIG-B input adapter ................44 AUTOMATIC RECORD RETRIEVAL MANAGER ......156 redundant twisted pair ethernet + com2 port adapter ..52 AUTOMATION APPLICATIONS ............115 RS-232 adapter ..................36 RS-485 adapter ..................40 D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 188

    DNP 3 I/O modules ................175 FIBER OPTIC SERIAL ADAPTER ............43 fiber optic serial ..................62 configuration options ................43 front maintenance port ..............70 factory default ..................43 glass optical fiber ..................62 switch sw1 configuration ..............43 hot standby fiber optic ...............65 GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 189

    INTERNATIONALIZATION ..............130 IRIG-B PANEL connections ..................... 63 front ......................31 distribution adapter ..............47, 64 mount ......................33 distribution adapter configuration options ......47 rear ......................31 IRIG-B INPUT ADAPTER ..............44, 63 PARALLEL REDUNDANCY PROTOCOL ........131 D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL GE INFORMATION...

  • Page 190

    ............42 hybrid model ..................130 RS-485 CONNECTIONS ................58 power supply ..................82 required components .................72 RS-232 switch panel ................73 system ....................71, 122 warm standby ..................97 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................15 wiring diagrams ..................74 SECURE ACCESS ..................140 GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

  • Page 191

    ..............95 prerequisites ..................94, 95 TECHNICAL SUPPORT requesting a certificate ..............94 contact .......................10 setting up ....................94 GE Grid Solutions web site ..............9 SECURITY, SYSTEM ................127 library ......................9 SERIAL TEST NETWORK CONNECTION ............96 connection ....................55 TIME .......................

  • Page 192

    INDEX GE INFORMATION D400 SUBSTATION GATEWAY INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

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