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  • Page 1

    Digital Energy Addendum B30 Bus Differential System UR Series Instruction Manual B30 revision: 7.0x Manual P/N: 1601-0109-Y3 (GEK-113659B) E83849 GE Digital Energy LISTED 650 Markland Street IND.CONT. EQ. 52TL Markham, Ontario GE Multilin's Quality Management Canada L6C 0M1 System is registered to ISO...

  • Page 2

    The contents of this manual are the property of GE Multilin Inc. This documentation is furnished on license and may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the permission of GE Multilin. The content of this manual is for informational use only and is subject to change without notice.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    1.3 ENERVISTA UR SETUP SOFTWARE 1.3.1 REQUIREMENTS ....................1-6 1.3.2 SOFTWARE INSTALLATION ................1-6 1.3.3 CONFIGURING THE B30 FOR SOFTWARE ACCESS ........1-7 1.3.4 USING THE QUICK CONNECT FEATURE............. 1-10 1.3.5 CONNECTING TO THE B30 RELAY............... 1-16 1.4 UR HARDWARE 1.4.1...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    OSCILLOGRAPHY ...................5-53 5.2.10 USER-PROGRAMMABLE LEDS ..............5-55 5.2.11 USER-PROGRAMMABLE SELF TESTS ............5-58 5.2.12 CONTROL PUSHBUTTONS ................5-59 5.2.13 USER-PROGRAMMABLE PUSHBUTTONS............5-60 5.2.14 FLEX STATE PARAMETERS ................5-65 5.2.15 USER-DEFINABLE DISPLAYS ................5-66 5.2.16 DIRECT INPUTS AND OUTPUTS..............5-68 5.2.17 TELEPROTECTION ..................5-76 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    5.9 TRANSDUCER INPUTS AND OUTPUTS 5.9.1 DCMA INPUTS ....................5-191 5.9.2 RTD INPUTS....................5-192 5.9.3 DCMA OUTPUTS ..................5-194 5.10 TESTING 5.10.1 TEST MODE ....................5-197 5.10.2 FORCE CONTACT INPUTS ................5-198 5.10.3 FORCE CONTACT OUTPUTS ..............5-199 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    8. SECURITY 8.1 USER ACCOUNTS 8.1.1 OVERVIEW ......................8-1 8.1.2 ENABLING THE SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM........8-1 8.1.3 ADDING A NEW USER ..................8-1 8.1.4 MODIFYING USER PRIVILEGES ..............8-2 8.1.5 PASSWORD REQUIREMENTS .................8-3 8.2 CYBERSENTRY 8.2.1 OVERVIEW ......................8-4 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    USING SETTING GROUPS................10-11 A. FLEXANALOG AND A.1 PARAMETER LISTS FLEXINTEGER A.1.1 FLEXANALOG ITEMS ..................A-1 A.1.2 FLEXINTEGER ITEMS ..................A-10 PARAMETERS B. MODBUS B.1 MODBUS RTU PROTOCOL COMMUNICATIONS B.1.1 INTRODUCTION....................B-1 B.1.2 PHYSICAL LAYER.....................B-1 B.1.3 DATA LINK LAYER....................B-1 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    C.6 ACSI CONFORMANCE C.6.1 ACSI BASIC CONFORMANCE STATEMENT ..........C-22 C.6.2 ACSI MODELS CONFORMANCE STATEMENT ..........C-22 C.6.3 ACSI SERVICES CONFORMANCE STATEMENT ......... C-23 C.7 LOGICAL NODES C.7.1 LOGICAL NODES TABLE ................C-26 viii B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    COUNTERS .....................E-10 E.2.4 ANALOG INPUTS ....................E-11 F. MISCELLANEOUS F.1 CHANGE NOTES F.1.1 REVISION HISTORY ..................F-1 F.1.2 CHANGES TO THE B30 MANUAL..............F-2 F.2 ABBREVIATIONS F.2.1 STANDARD ABBREVIATIONS ................. F-4 F.3 WARRANTY F.3.1 GE MULTILIN WARRANTY ................F-6 INDEX GE Multilin...

  • Page 10

    TABLE OF CONTENTS B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 11

    (Cd), ólom (Pb) vagy higany (Hg) tartalomra utaló betűjelzés. A hulladék akkumulátor leadható a termék forgalmazójánál új akkumulátor vásárlásakor, vagy a kijelölt elektronikai hulladékudvarokban. További információ a www.recyclethis.info oldalon. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

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    Batteriet är märkt med denna symbol, vilket kan innebära att det innehåller kadmium (Cd), bly (Pb) eller kvicksilver (Hg). För korrekt återvinning skall batteriet returneras till leverantören eller till en därför avsedd deponering. För mer information, se: www.recyclethis.info. B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 13

    Latin America +55 11 3614 1700 Europe, Middle East, Africa +(34) 94 485 88 00 Asia +86 21 2401 3208 India +91 80 41314617 From GE Part Number 1604-0021-A1, GE Publication Number GEK-113574 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System xiii...

  • Page 14

    0.1 BATTERY DISPOSAL 0 BATTERY DISPOSAL B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 15: Cautions And Warnings

    1.1 IMPORTANT PROCEDURES 1 GETTING STARTED 1.1IMPORTANT PROCEDURES Read this chapter to help guide you through the initial setup of your new B30 Bus Differential System. 1.1.1 CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS Before attempting to install or use the device, review all safety indicators in this document to help prevent injury, equipment damage, or downtime.

  • Page 16: Inspection Checklist

    For product information, instruction manual updates, and the latest software updates, visit the GE Digital Energy website at http://www.gedigitalenergy.com. If there is any noticeable physical damage, or any of the contents listed are missing, please contact GE Digital Energy immediately.

  • Page 17: Introduction To The Ur

    This new generation of equipment is easily incorporated into automation systems, at both the station and enterprise levels. The GE Multilin Uni- versal Relay (UR) series meets these goals.

  • Page 18: Ur Software Architecture

    A class is the generalized form of similar objects. By using this concept, one can create a protection class with the protection elements as objects of the class, such as time overcurrent, instanta- B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 19

    Employing OOD/OOP in the software architecture of the B30 achieves the same features as the hardware architecture: modularity, scalability, and flexibility. The application software for any UR-series device (for example, feeder protection, transformer protection, distance protection) is constructed by combining objects from the various functional classes.

  • Page 20: Requirements

    Video capable of displaying 800 x 600 or higher in high-color mode (16-bit color) • RS232 and/or Ethernet port for communications to the relay The following qualified modems have been tested to be compliant with the B30 and the EnerVista UR Setup software: • US Robotics external 56K FaxModem 5686 •...

  • Page 21: Configuring The B30 For Software Access

    OVERVIEW The user can connect remotely to the B30 through the rear RS485 port or the rear Ethernet port with a computer running the EnerVista UR Setup software. The B30 can also be accessed locally with a laptop computer through the front panel RS232 port or the rear Ethernet port using the Quick Connect feature.

  • Page 22

    An Ethernet module must be specified at the time of ordering. • To configure the B30 for local access with a laptop through either the front RS232 port or rear Ethernet port, see the Using the Quick Connect Feature section.

  • Page 23

    1.3 ENERVISTA UR SETUP SOFTWARE 10. Click the Read Order Code button to connect to the B30 device and upload the order code. If a communications error occurs, ensure that the EnerVista UR Setup serial communications values entered in the previous step correspond to the relay setting values.

  • Page 24: Using The Quick Connect Feature

    USING QUICK CONNECT VIA THE REAR ETHERNET PORTS To use the Quick Connect feature to access the B30 from a computer through Ethernet, first assign an IP address to the relay from the front panel keyboard. Press the MENU key until the SETTINGS menu displays.

  • Page 25

    Now, assign the computer an IP address compatible with the relay’s IP address. From the Windows desktop, right-click the My Network Places icon and select Properties to open the network con- nections window. Right-click the Local Area Connection icon and select Properties. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 1-11...

  • Page 26

    Select the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) item from the list, and click the Properties button. Click the “Use the following IP address” box. Enter an IP address with the first three numbers the same as the IP address of the B30 relay and the last number dif- ferent (in this example, 1.1.1.2).

  • Page 27

    Minimum = 0ms, Maximum = 0ms, Average = 0 ms Pinging 1.1.1.1 with 32 bytes of data: verify the physical connection between the B30 and the laptop computer, and double-check the programmed IP address in the setting, then repeat step 2.

  • Page 28

    Click the Quick Connect button to open the Quick Connect dialog box. Select the Ethernet interface and enter the IP address assigned to the B30, then click the Connect button. The EnerVista UR Setup software creates a site named “Quick Connect” with a corresponding device also named “Quick Connect”...

  • Page 29

    Set the computer to “Obtain a relay address automatically” as shown. If this computer is used to connect to the Internet, re-enable any proxy server settings after the computer has been discon- nected from the B30 relay. AUTOMATIC DISCOVERY OF ETHERNET DEVICES The EnerVista UR Setup software can automatically discover and communicate to all UR-series IEDs located on an Ether- net network.

  • Page 30: Connecting To The B30 Relay

    The EnerVista UR Setup software has several quick action buttons to provide instant access to several functions that are often performed when using B30 relays. From the online window, users can select the relay to interrogate from a pull-down window, then click the button for the action they want to perform. The following quick action functions are available: •...

  • Page 31: Mounting And Wiring

    This device (catalog number F485) connects to the computer using a straight-through serial cable. A shielded twisted-pair (20, 22, or 24 AWG) connects the F485 converter to the B30 rear communications port. The converter terminals (+, –, GND) are connected to the B30 communication module (+, –, COM) terminals. See the CPU communica- tions ports section in chapter 3 for details.

  • Page 32: Faceplate Keypad

    To put the relay in the “Programmed” state, press either of the VALUE keys once and then press ENTER. The face- plate Trouble LED turns off and the In Service LED turns on. 1-18 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 33: Relay Passwords

    As such, no further functional tests are required. The B30 performs a number of continual self-tests and takes the necessary action in case of any major errors (see the Relay Self-tests section in chapter 7). However, it is recommended that B30 maintenance be scheduled with other system maintenance.

  • Page 34

    Unscheduled maintenance, such as a disturbance causing system interruption: View the event recorder and oscillography or fault report for correct operation of inputs, outputs, and elements. If it is concluded that the relay or one of its modules is of concern, contact GE Multilin for service. 1-20...

  • Page 35: Overview

    The Ethernet port supports IEC 61850, Modbus/TCP, TFTP protocols, PTP (according to IEEE Std. 1588-2008 or IEC 61588), and allows access to the relay via any standard web browser (B30 web pages). The IEC 60870-5-104 protocol is supported on the Ethernet port, and DNP 3.0 and IEC 60870-5-104 cannot be enabled at the same time.

  • Page 36

    Table 2–2: OTHER DEVICE FUNCTIONS FUNCTION FUNCTION FUNCTION Breaker control Event recorder Teleprotection inputs and outputs Breaker flashover FlexElements™ (8) Thermal overload protection Contact inputs (up to 96) FlexLogic equations Time synchronization over IRIG-B or IEEE 1588 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 37: Ordering

    2.1.2 ORDERING a) OVERVIEW The B30 is available as a 19-inch rack horizontal mount or reduced-size (¾) vertical unit and consists of the following mod- ules: power supply, CPU, CT/VT, digital input and output, transducer input and output, and inter-relay communications.

  • Page 38

    RS422, 1 Channel RS422, 2 Channels The order codes for the reduced size vertical mount units with traditional CTs and VTs are shown below. Table 2–4: B30 ORDER CODES (REDUCED SIZE VERTICAL UNITS) * - F Reduced Size Vertical Mount...

  • Page 39

    RS422, 2 Channels c) ORDER CODES WITH PROCESS BUS MODULES The order codes for the horizontal mount units with the process bus module are shown below. Table 2–5: B30 ORDER CODES (HORIZONTAL UNITS WITH PROCESS BUS) * - F - W/X...

  • Page 40

    RS422, 2 Channels The order codes for the reduced size vertical mount units with the process bus module are shown below. Table 2–6: B30 ORDER CODES (REDUCED SIZE VERTICAL UNITS WITH PROCESS BUS) * - F Reduced Size Vertical Mount...

  • Page 41

    2 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 2.1 INTRODUCTION Table 2–6: B30 ORDER CODES (REDUCED SIZE VERTICAL UNITS WITH PROCESS BUS) POWER SUPPLY 125 / 250 V AC/DC power supply 24 to 48 V (DC only) power supply CT/VT MODULES Eight-port digital process bus module...

  • Page 42: Replacement Modules

    Replacement modules can be ordered separately. When ordering a replacement CPU module or faceplate, provide the serial number of your existing unit. Not all replacement modules may be applicable to the B30 relay. Only the modules specified in the order codes are available as replacement modules.

  • Page 43

    4 dcmA inputs, 4 dcmA outputs (only one 5A module is allowed) 8 RTD inputs INPUTS/OUTPUTS 4 RTD inputs, 4 dcmA outputs (only one 5D module is allowed) 4 dcmA inputs, 4 RTD inputs 8 dcmA inputs GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 44: Protection Elements

    <0.90 x pickup: ±3.5% of operate time or ±1/2 cycle Inverse; IEC (and BS) A/B/C and Short (whichever is greater) from pickup to Inverse; GE IAC Inverse, Short/Very/ operate Extremely Inverse; I t; FlexCurves™ (programmable); Definite Time (0.01 s...

  • Page 45: User-programmable Elements

    Type: set-dominant or reset-dominant Time delay: 0 to 65535 ms in steps of 1 Number: 16 (individually programmed) Output: stored in non-volatile memory Execution sequence: as input prior to protection, control, and FlexLogic GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 2-11...

  • Page 46: Monitoring

    I = 0.1 to 0.25 pu: ±0.05 Hz I > 0.25 pu: ±0.001 Hz (when current signal is used RMS VOLTAGE for frequency measurement) Accuracy: ±0.5% of reading from 10 to 208 V 2-12 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 47: Inputs

    Default states on loss of comms.: On, Off, Latest/Off, Latest/On Continuous current draw:3 mA (when energized) Ring configuration: Auto-burnish impulse current: 50 to 70 mA Data rate: 64 or 128 kbps Duration of auto-burnish impulse: 25 to 50 ms CRC: 32-bit GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 2-13...

  • Page 48: Power Supply

    Operate time: < 0.6 ms FORM-A VOLTAGE MONITOR Internal Limiting Resistor: 100 , 2 W Applicable voltage: approx. 15 to 250 V DC Trickle current: approx. 1 to 2.5 mA 2-14 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 49: Communications

    –14 dBm power Typical distance 2 km Duplex full/half Redundancy ETHERNET (10/100 MB TWISTED PAIR) Modes: 10 MB, 10/100 MB (auto-detect) Connector: RJ45 SIMPLE NETWORK TIME PROTOCOL (SNTP) clock synchronization error: <10 ms (typical) GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 2-15...

  • Page 50: Inter-relay Communications

    Pollution degree: impaired at temperatures less than – Overvoltage category: 20°C Ingress protection: IP20 front, IP10 back HUMIDITY Humidity: operating up to 95% (non-condensing) at 55°C (as per IEC60068-2-30 variant 1, 6 days). 2-16 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 51: Type Tests

    20 V/m, 80 MHz to 1 GHz Safety UL508 e83849 NKCR Safety UL C22.2-14 e83849 NKCR7 Safety UL1053 e83849 NKCR 2.2.12 PRODUCTION TESTS THERMAL Products go through an environmental test based upon an Accepted Quality Level (AQL) sampling process. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 2-17...

  • Page 52: Approvals

    To avoid deterioration of electrolytic capacitors, power up units that are stored in a de-energized state once per year, for one hour continuously. 2-18 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 53: Panel Cutout

    HORIZONTAL UNITS The B30 Bus Differential System is available as a 19-inch rack horizontal mount unit with a removable faceplate. The face- plate can be specified as either standard or enhanced at the time of ordering. The enhanced faceplate contains additional user-programmable pushbuttons and LED indicators.

  • Page 54

    VERTICAL UNITS The B30 Bus Differential System is available as a reduced size (¾) vertical mount unit, with a removable faceplate. The faceplate can be specified as either standard or enhanced at the time of ordering. The enhanced faceplate contains addi- tional user-programmable pushbuttons and LED indicators.

  • Page 55

    RS232 communications port. The relay is secured to the panel with the use of four screws supplied with the relay. 11.015” 7.482” 1.329” 13.560” 15.000” 14.025” 4.000” 9.780” 843809A1.CDR Figure 3–4: B30 VERTICAL DIMENSIONS (ENHANCED PANEL) GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 56

    3.1 DESCRIPTION 3 HARDWARE Figure 3–5: B30 VERTICAL MOUNTING AND DIMENSIONS (STANDARD PANEL) For details on side mounting B30 devices with the enhanced front panel, refer to the following documents available online from the GE Multilin website. • GEK-113180: UR-series UR-V side-mounting front panel assembly instructions.

  • Page 57

    3 HARDWARE 3.1 DESCRIPTION Figure 3–6: B30 VERTICAL SIDE MOUNTING INSTALLATION (STANDARD PANEL) GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 58

    3.1 DESCRIPTION 3 HARDWARE Figure 3–7: B30 VERTICAL SIDE MOUNTING REAR DIMENSIONS (STANDARD PANEL) B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 59: Module Withdrawal And Insertion

    The enhanced faceplate can be opened to the left, once the thumb screw has been removed, as shown below. This allows for easy accessibility of the modules for withdrawal. The new wide-angle hinge assembly in the enhanced front panel opens completely and allows easy access to all modules in the B30. 842812A1.CDR Figure 3–8: UR MODULE WITHDRAWAL AND INSERTION (ENHANCED FACEPLATE)

  • Page 60: Rear Terminal Layout

    Two-slot wide modules take their slot designation from the first slot position (nearest to CPU module) which is indicated by an arrow marker on the terminal block. See the following figure for an example of rear terminal assignments. B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 61

    3 HARDWARE 3.1 DESCRIPTION Figure 3–11: EXAMPLE OF MODULES IN F AND H SLOTS GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 62: Typical Wiring

    3.2 WIRING 3 HARDWARE 3.2WIRING 3.2.1 TYPICAL WIRING Figure 3–12: TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM 3-10 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 63: Dielectric Strength

    (see the Self-test errors section in chapter 7) or control power is lost, the relay is de-energize. For high reliability systems, the B30 has a redundant option in which two B30 power supplies are placed in parallel on the bus.

  • Page 64: Ct/vt Modules

    CT connections for both ABC and ACB phase rotations are identical as shown in the Typical wiring diagram. The exact placement of a zero-sequence core balance CT to detect ground fault current is shown below. Twisted-pair cabling on the zero-sequence CT is recommended. 3-12 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 65

    Substitute the tilde “~” symbol with the slot position of the module in the following figure. NOTE Current inputs Voltage inputs 8F, 8G, 8L, and 8M modules (4 CTs and 4 VTs) Current inputs 8H, 8J, 8N, and 8R modules (8 CTs) 842766A3.CDR Figure 3–15: CT/VT MODULE WIRING GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 3-13...

  • Page 66: Process Bus Modules

    3.2.5 PROCESS BUS MODULES The B30 can be ordered with a process bus interface module. This module is designed to interface with the GE Multilin HardFiber system, allowing bidirectional IEC 61850 fiber optic communications with up to eight HardFiber merging units, known as Bricks.

  • Page 67

    Logic operand driving the contact output should be given a reset delay of 10 ms to prevent damage of the output contact (in situations when the element initiating the contact output is bouncing, at val- ues in the region of the pickup value). GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 3-15...

  • Page 68

    2 Inputs ~7a, ~7c 2 Inputs ~7a, ~7c 2 Inputs ~7a, ~7c 2 Inputs ~7a, ~7c 2 Inputs ~8a, ~8c 2 Inputs ~8a, ~8c 2 Inputs ~8a, ~8c 2 Inputs ~8a, ~8c 2 Inputs 3-16 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 69

    Not Used ~5a, ~5c 2 Inputs 2 Outputs Solid-State Solid-State ~6a, ~6c 2 Inputs 2 Outputs Not Used Not Used ~7a, ~7c 2 Inputs 2 Outputs Solid-State Solid-State ~8a, ~8c 2 Inputs Not Used GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 3-17...

  • Page 70

    3.2 WIRING 3 HARDWARE Figure 3–17: CONTACT INPUT AND OUTPUT MODULE WIRING (1 of 2) 3-18 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 71

    CONTACT IN CONTACT IN COMMON SURGE 842763A2.CDR Figure 3–18: CONTACT INPUT AND OUTPUT MODULE WIRING (2 of 2) For proper functionality, observe correct polarity for all contact input and solid state output connec- tions. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 3-19...

  • Page 72

    There is no provision in the relay to detect a DC ground fault on 48 V DC control power external output. We recom- mend using an external DC supply. NOTE 3-20 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 73

    CONTACT INPUT 2 AUTO-BURNISH = ON 842751A1.CDR Figure 3–21: AUTO-BURNISH DIP SWITCHES The auto-burnish circuitry has an internal fuse for safety purposes. During regular maintenance, check the auto- burnish functionality using an oscilloscope. NOTE GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 3-21...

  • Page 74: Transducer Inputs And Outputs

    (5A, 5C, 5D, 5E, and 5F) and channel arrangements that can be ordered for the relay. Wherever a tilde “~” symbol appears, substitute with the slot position of the module. NOTE Figure 3–22: TRANSDUCER INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE WIRING 3-22 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 75: Rs232 Faceplate Port

    3.2.8 RS232 FACEPLATE PORT A 9-pin RS232C serial port is located on the B30 faceplate for programming with a computer. All that is required to use this interface is a computer running the EnerVista UR Setup software provided with the relay. Cabling for the RS232 port is shown in the following figure for both 9-pin and 25-pin connectors.

  • Page 76

    This common voltage is implied to be a power supply common. Some systems allow the shield (drain wire) to be used as common wire and to connect directly to the B30 COM terminal (#3); others function cor- rectly only if the common wire is connected to the B30 COM terminal, but insulated from the shield.

  • Page 77

    62.5 µm for 100 Mbps. For optical power budgeting, splices are required every 1 km for the transmitter/receiver pair. When splicing optical fibers, the diameter and numerical aperture of each fiber must be the same. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 3-25...

  • Page 78: Irig-b

    Figure 3–26: OPTIONS FOR THE IRIG-B CONNECTION Using an amplitude modulated receiver causes errors up to 1 ms in event time-stamping. NOTE 3-26 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 79: Description

    3.3DIRECT INPUT AND OUTPUT COMMUNICATIONS 3.3.1 DESCRIPTION The B30 direct inputs and outputs feature makes use of the type 7 series of communications modules, which allow direct messaging between devices. The communications channels are normally connected in a ring configuration as shown in the following figure. The trans- mitter of one module is connected to the receiver of the next module.

  • Page 80

    These modules are listed in the following table. All fiber modules use ST type connectors. Not all the direct input and output communications modules may be applicable to the B30 relay. Only the modules specified in the order codes are available as direct input and output communications modules.

  • Page 81: Fiber: Led And Eled Transmitters

    The following figure shows the configuration for the 72, 73, 7D, and 7K fiber-laser module. Figure 3–31: LASER FIBER MODULES When using a laser Interface, attenuators can be necessary to ensure that you do not exceed the maximum optical input power to the receiver. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 3-29...

  • Page 82: G.703 Interface

    Remove the top cover by sliding it towards the rear and then lift it upwards. Set the timing selection switches (channel 1, channel 2) to the desired timing modes. Replace the top cover and the cover screw. 3-30 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 83

    For connection to a higher order system (UR- to-multiplexer, factory defaults), set to octet timing (S1 = ON) and set timing mode to loop timing (S5 = OFF and S6 = OFF). GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 3-31...

  • Page 84

    G.703 line side of the interface while the other lies on the differential Manchester side of the interface. DMR = Differential Manchester Receiver DMX = Differential Manchester Transmitter G7X = G.703 Transmitter G7R = G.703 Receiver 842775A1.CDR Figure 3–36: G.703 DUAL LOOPBACK MODE 3-32 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 85: Rs422 Interface

    UR–RS422 channels is synchronized via the send timing leads on data module 1 as shown below. If the terminal timing feature is not available or this type of connection is not desired, the G.703 interface is a viable option that does not impose timing restrictions. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 3-33...

  • Page 86

    Figure 3–39: TIMING CONFIGURATION FOR RS422 TWO-CHANNEL, 3-TERMINAL APPLICATION Data module 1 provides timing to the B30 RS422 interface via the ST(A) and ST(B) outputs. Data module 1 also provides timing to data module 2 TT(A) and TT(B) inputs via the ST(A) and AT(B) outputs. The data module pin numbers have been omitted in the figure above since they vary by manufacturer.

  • Page 87: Rs422 And Fiber Interface

    G.703 and fiber interfaces. When using a laser Interface, attenuators can be necessary to ensure that you do not exceed the maximum optical input power to the receiver. Figure 3–42: G.703 AND FIBER INTERFACE CONNECTION GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 3-35...

  • Page 88: Ieee C37.94 Interface

    IEEE C37.94 standard, as shown below. The UR-series C37.94 communication module has six (6) switches that are used to set the clock configuration. The func- tions of these control switches are shown below. 3-36 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 89

    Once the clips have cleared the raised edge of the chassis, engage the clips simultaneously. When the clips have locked into position, the module is fully inserted. Figure 3–43: IEEE C37.94 TIMING SELECTION SWITCH SETTING GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 3-37...

  • Page 90

    Solid yellow — FPGA is receiving a "yellow bit" and remains yellow for each "yellow bit" • Solid red — FPGA is not receiving a valid packet or the packet received is invalid 3-38 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 91: C37.94sm Interface

    For the internal timing mode, the system clock is generated internally. Therefore, the timing switch selection should be internal timing for relay 1 and loop timed for relay 2. There must be only one timing source configured. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 3-39...

  • Page 92

    Once the clips have cleared the raised edge of the chassis, engage the clips simultaneously. When the clips have locked into position, the module is fully inserted. Figure 3–45: C37.94SM TIMING SELECTION SWITCH SETTING 3-40 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 93

    Solid yellow — FPGA is receiving a "yellow bit" and remains yellow for each "yellow bit" • Solid red — FPGA is not receiving a valid packet or the packet received is invalid GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 3-41...

  • Page 94

    3.3 DIRECT INPUT AND OUTPUT COMMUNICATIONS 3 HARDWARE 3-42 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 95: Introduction

    In online mode, you can communicate with the device in real-time. The EnerVista UR Setup software is provided with every B30 relay and runs on Microsoft Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, ME, and XP. This chapter provides a summary of the basic EnerVista UR Setup software interface features. The EnerVista UR Setup Help File provides details for getting started and using the EnerVista UR Setup software interface.

  • Page 96

    Site List window are automatically sent to the online communicating device. g) FIRMWARE UPGRADES The firmware of a B30 device can be upgraded, locally or remotely, via the EnerVista UR Setup software. The correspond- ing instructions are provided by the EnerVista UR Setup Help file under the topic “Upgrading Firmware”.

  • Page 97: Enervista Ur Setup Main Window

    Device data view windows, with common tool bar Settings file data view windows, with common tool bar Workspace area with data view tabs Status bar 10. Quick action hot links 842786A2.CDR Figure 4–1: ENERVISTA UR SETUP SOFTWARE MAIN WINDOW GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 98: Settings Templates

    Select the Template Mode > Edit Template option to place the device in template editing mode. Enter the template password then click OK. Open the relevant settings windows that contain settings to be specified as viewable. B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 99

    The following procedure describes how to add password protection to a settings file template. Select a settings file from the offline window on the left of the EnerVista UR Setup main screen. Selecting the Template Mode > Password Protect Template option. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 100

    Template Mode > View In Template Mode command. The template specifies that only the Pickup Curve Phase time overcurrent settings window without template applied. settings be available. 842858A1.CDR Figure 4–4: APPLYING TEMPLATES VIA THE VIEW IN TEMPLATE MODE COMMAND B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 101

    Select an installed device or settings file from the tree menu on the left of the EnerVista UR Setup main screen. Select the Template Mode > Remove Settings Template option. Enter the template password and click OK to continue. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 102: Securing And Locking Flexlogic Equations

    Click on Save to save and apply changes to the settings template. Select the Template Mode > View In Template Mode option to view the template. Apply a password to the template then click OK to secure the FlexLogic equation. B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 103

    FlexLogic entries in a settings file have been secured, use the following procedure to lock the settings file to a specific serial number. Select the settings file in the offline window. Right-click on the file and select the Edit Settings File Properties item. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 104: Settings File Traceability

    When a settings file is transferred to a B30 device, the date, time, and serial number of the B30 are sent back to EnerVista UR Setup and added to the settings file on the local PC. This infor- mation can be compared with the B30 actual values at any later date to determine if security has been compromised.

  • Page 105

    4.2 EXTENDED ENERVISTA UR SETUP FEATURES The transfer date of a setting file written to a B30 is logged in the relay and can be viewed via EnerVista UR Setup or the front panel display. Likewise, the transfer date of a setting file saved to a local PC is logged in EnerVista UR Setup.

  • Page 106

    ONLINE DEVICE TRACEABILITY INFORMATION The B30 serial number and file transfer date are available for an online device through the actual values. Select the Actual Values > Product Info > Model Information menu item within the EnerVista UR Setup online window as shown in the example below.

  • Page 107: Faceplate

    LED panel 2 LED panel 3 Display Front panel RS232 port Small user-programmable User-programmable Keypad (control) pushbuttons 1 to 7 pushbuttons 1 to 12 827801A . Figure 4–16: UR-SERIES STANDARD HORIZONTAL FACEPLATE PANELS GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 4-13...

  • Page 108: Led Indicators

    The status indicators in the first column are described below. • IN SERVICE: This LED indicates that control power is applied, all monitored inputs, outputs, and internal systems are OK, and that the device has been programmed. 4-14 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 109

    Support for applying a customized label beside every LED is provided. Default labels are shipped in the label pack- age of every B30, together with custom templates. The default labels can be replaced by user-printed labels. User customization of LED operation is of maximum benefit in installations where languages other than English are used to communicate with operators.

  • Page 110

    LEDs on these panels. USER-PROGRAMMABLE LEDS USER-PROGRAMMABLE LEDS 842782A1.CDR Figure 4–20: LED PANELS 2 AND 3 (INDEX TEMPLATE) DEFAULT LABELS FOR LED PANEL 2: The default labels are intended to represent: 4-16 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 111: Custom Labeling Of Leds

    EnerVista UR Setup software is installed and operational • The B30 settings have been saved to a settings file • The B30 front panel label cutout sheet (GE Multilin part number 1006-0047) has been downloaded from http://www.gedigitalenergy.com/products/support/ur/URLEDenhanced.doc and printed •...

  • Page 112

    Enter the text to appear next to each LED and above each user-programmable pushbuttons in the fields provided. Feed the B30 front panel label cutout sheet into a printer and press the Print button in the front panel report window.

  • Page 113

    4.3 FACEPLATE INTERFACE Bend the tab at the center of the tool tail as shown below. The following procedure describes how to remove the LED labels from the B30 enhanced front panel and insert the custom labels. Use the knife to lift the LED label and slide the label tool underneath. Make sure the bent tabs are pointing away from the relay.

  • Page 114

    Slide the new LED label inside the pocket until the text is properly aligned with the LEDs, as shown below. The following procedure describes how to remove the user-programmable pushbutton labels from the B30 enhanced front panel and insert the custom labels.

  • Page 115

    Slide the label tool under the user-programmable pushbutton label until the tabs snap out as shown below. This attaches the label tool to the user-programmable pushbutton label. Remove the tool and attached user-programmable pushbutton label as shown below. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 4-21...

  • Page 116

    The panel templates provide relative LED locations and located example text (x) edit boxes. The following procedure demonstrates how to install/uninstall the custom panel labeling. Remove the clear Lexan Front Cover (GE Multilin part number: 1501-0014). Push in...

  • Page 117: Display

    INTRODUCTION The B30 can interface with associated circuit breakers. In many cases the application monitors the state of the breaker, that can be presented on faceplate LEDs, along with a breaker trouble indication. Breaker operations can be manually initiated from faceplate keypad or automatically initiated from a FlexLogic operand.

  • Page 118: Menus

    Press the MENU key to select a header display page (top-level menu). The header title appears momentarily followed by a header display page menu item. Each press of the MENU key advances through the following main heading pages: • Actual values • Settings • Commands • Targets • User displays (when enabled) 4-24 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 119

    FLASH MESSAGE Properties. TIME: 1.0 s  To view the remaining settings associated with the Display Properties subheader, DEFAULT MESSAGE repeatedly press the MESSAGE DOWN key. The last message appears as shown. INTENSITY: 25% GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 4-25...

  • Page 120: Changing Settings

    ENTERING ALPHANUMERIC TEXT Text settings have data values which are fixed in length, but user-defined in character. They can be upper case letters, lower case letters, numerals, and a selection of special characters. 4-26 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 121

    When the "NEW SETTING HAS BEEN STORED" message appears, the relay is in "Programmed" state and the In Service LED turns on. e) ENTERING INITIAL PASSWORDS The B30 supports password entry from a local or remote connection. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 122

    When an incorrect command or setting password has been entered via the faceplate interface three times within a 3-minute time span, the FlexLogic operand is set to “On” and the B30 does not allow settings or command LOCAL ACCESS DENIED...

  • Page 123

    FlexLogic operand is set to “On” and the REMOTE ACCESS DENIED B30 does not allow Settings or Command access via the any external communications interface for the next ten minutes. FlexLogic operand is set to “Off” after the expiration of the ten-minute timeout.

  • Page 124

    4.3 FACEPLATE INTERFACE 4 HUMAN INTERFACES 4-30 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 125: Settings Menu

    See page 5-76.   INSTALLATION See page 5-77.   SETTINGS  AC INPUTS See page 5-79.  SYSTEM SETUP   POWER SYSTEM See page 5-80.   SIGNAL SOURCES See page 5-81.  GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 126

     DIGITAL ELEMENTS See page 5-159.   DIGITAL COUNTERS See page 5-162.   MONITORING See page 5-164.  ELEMENTS  SETTINGS  CONTACT INPUTS See page 5-173.  INPUTS / OUTPUTS  B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 127

      SETTINGS TEST MODE See page 5-197.  TESTING FUNCTION: Disabled TEST MODE FORCING: See page 5-197.  FORCE CONTACT See page 5-198.  INPUTS  FORCE CONTACT See page 5-199.  OUTPUTS GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 128: Introduction To Elements

    RESET DELAY setting: This setting is used to set a time-delay-on-dropout, or off-delay, for the duration between the Operate output state and the return to logic 0 after the input transits outside the defined pickup range. B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 129: Introduction To Ac Sources

    BACKGROUND The B30 may be used on systems with breaker-and-a-half or ring bus configurations. In these applications, each of the two three-phase sets of individual phase currents (one associated with each breaker) can be used as an input to a breaker fail- ure element.

  • Page 130

    INCREASING SLOT POSITION LETTER --> CT/VT MODULE 1 CT/VT MODULE 2 CT/VT MODULE 3 < bank 1 > < bank 3 > < bank 5 > < bank 2 > < bank 4 > < bank 6 > B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 131

    CTs on each of two breakers is required to measure the winding current flow. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 132: Security

    When entering a settings or command password via EnerVista or any serial interface, the user must enter the correspond- ing connection password. If the connection is to the back of the B30, the remote password must be used. If the connection is to the RS232 port of the faceplate, the local password must be used.

  • Page 133

    The remote password settings are only visible from a remote connection via the EnerVista UR Setup software. Select the Settings > Product Setup > Password Security menu item to open the remote password settings window. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 134

    INVALID ATTEMPTS BEFORE LOCKOUT The B30 provides a means to raise an alarm upon failed password entry. Should password verification fail while accessing a password-protected level of the relay (either settings or commands), the FlexLogic operand is UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS asserted.

  • Page 135

    ACCESS AUTH TIMEOUT immediately denied. If access is permitted and an off-to-on transition of the FlexLogic operand is detected, the timeout is restarted. The status of this timer is updated every 5 seconds. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-11...

  • Page 136: Cybersentry Security

    Ethernet-to-RS485 gateway is not supported. Because these gateways do not support the secure protocols necessary to communicate with such devices, the connection cannot be established. Use the device as a non-CyberSentry device. 5-12 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 137

    UR device for successful authentication, and the shortname is a short, optional alias that can be used in place of the IP address. client 10.0.0.2/24 { secret = testing123 shortname = private-network-1 e. In the <Path_to_Radius>\etc\raddb folder, create a file called dictionary.ge and add the following content. # ########################################################## # GE VSA's ############################################################ VENDOR...

  • Page 138

    Set up the RADIUS client on the UR as follows. Access Device > Settings > Product Setup > Security. Configure the IP address and ports for the RADIUS server. Leave the GE vendor ID field at the default of 2910. Update the RADIUS shared secret as specified in the CLIENTS.CONF file.

  • Page 139

    Observer role requires a password. • The default password is “ChangeMe1#”. • Once the passwords are set, the Administrator with Supervisor approval can change the role associated password. • In CyberSentry, password encryption is not supported. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-15...

  • Page 140

    Range: Enabled, Disabled FACTORY SERVICE: MESSAGE MODE: Disabled  SELF TESTS See below MESSAGE  Range: Enabled, Disabled SUPERVISOR ROLE: MESSAGE Disabled Range: 1 to 9999 minutes SERIAL INACTIVITY MESSAGE TIMEOUT: 1 min 5-16 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 141

    Example: If this setting is "Yes" and an attempt is made to change settings or upgrade the firmware, the UR device denies the setting changes and denies upgrading the firmware. If this setting is "No", the UR device accepts setting changes and firmware upgrade. This role is disabled by default. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-17...

  • Page 142

    Settings Lock: If this setting is Enabled then an unauthorized write attempt to a setting for a given role activates this self test.      PATH: SETTINGS PRODUCT SETUP SECURITY SUPERVISORY SELF TESTS FAILED AUTHENTICATE Range: Enabled, Disabled  FAILED FAILED AUTHENTICATE:  AUTHENTICATE Enabled 5-18 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 143: Display Properties

    Some customers prefer very low currents to display as zero, while others prefer the current be displayed even when the value reflects noise rather than the actual signal. The B30 applies a cut- off value to the magnitudes and angles of the measured currents.

  • Page 144: Clear Relay Records

    Selected records can be cleared from user-programmable conditions with FlexLogic operands. Assigning user-programma- ble pushbuttons to clear specific records are typical applications for these commands. Since the B30 responds to rising edges of the configured FlexLogic operands, they must be asserted for at least 50 ms to take effect.

  • Page 145

    0 ms The B30 is equipped with up to two independent serial communication ports. The faceplate RS232 port is intended for local use and is fixed at 19200 baud and no parity. The rear COM2 port is RS485. The RS485 port has settings for baud rate and parity.

  • Page 146

    The topology shown in the following figure allows communications to SCADA, local configuration/monitoring through EnerVista, and access to the public network shared on the same LAN. No redundancy is provided. Figure 5–3: NETWORK CONFIGURATION FOR SINGLE LAN 5-22 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 147

    LAN2, to which port 2 (P2) is connected and communications with SCADA on LAN3, to which port 3 (P3) is connected. There is no redundancy. Figure 5–5: MULTIPLE LANS, NO REDUNDANCY GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-23...

  • Page 148

    When any TCP/UDP port number or any user map setting (when used with DNP) is changed, it becomes active when power to the relay has been cycled (off-on). NOTE 5-24 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 149

    MODBUS SLAVE ADDRESS RS485 port, each B30 must have a unique address from 1 to 254. Address 0 is the broadcast address which all Modbus slave devices listen to. Addresses do not have to be sequential, but no two devices can have the same address or conflicts resulting in errors will occur.

  • Page 150

    DEFAULT VARIATION: 1 Range: 0 to 32 in steps of 1 DNP NUMBER OF PAIRED MESSAGE CONTROL POINTS: 0 Range: 10 to 7200 s in steps of 1 DNP TCP CONNECTION MESSAGE TIMEOUT: 120 s 5-26 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 151

    DNP analog input points that are voltages will be returned with values 1000 times smaller (for example, a value of 72000 V on the B30 will be returned as 72). These settings are useful when analog input values must be adjusted to fit within cer- tain ranges in DNP masters.

  • Page 152

    When the DNP data points (analog inputs and/or binary inputs) are configured for Ethernet-enabled relays, check the “DNP Points Lists” B30 web page to view the points lists. This page can be viewed with a web browser by enter- ing the B30 IP address to access the B30 “Main Menu”, then by selecting the “Device Information Menu” > “DNP NOTE Points Lists”...

  • Page 153

    60870-5-104 point lists must be in one continuous block, any points assigned after the first “Off” point are ignored. NOTE Changes to the DNP / IEC 60870-5-104 point lists will not take effect until the B30 is restarted. NOTE GE Multilin...

  • Page 154

    The B30 supports the Manufacturing Message Specification (MMS) protocol as specified by IEC 61850. MMS is supported over two protocol stacks: TCP/IP over Ethernet. The B30 operates as an IEC 61850 server. The Remote inputs and outputs section in this chapter describe the peer-to-peer GSSE/GOOSE message scheme.

  • Page 155

    IEC 61850 GSSE application ID name string sent as part of each GSSE message. This GSSE ID string identifies the GSSE message to the receiving device. In B30 releases previous to 5.0x, this name string was repre- sented by the setting.

  • Page 156

    DESTINATION MAC address; the least significant bit of the first byte must be set. In B30 releases previous to 5.0x, the destination Ethernet MAC address was determined automatically by taking the sending MAC address (that is, the unique, local MAC address of the B30) and setting the multicast bit.

  • Page 157

    The B30 has the ability of detecting if a data item in one of the GOOSE datasets is erroneously oscillating. This can be caused by events such as errors in logic programming, inputs improperly being asserted and de-asserted, or failed station components.

  • Page 158

    Configure the transmission dataset. Configure the GOOSE service settings. Configure the data. The general steps required for reception configuration are: Configure the reception dataset. Configure the GOOSE service settings. Configure the data. 5-34 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 159

    MMXU1 HZ DEADBAND change greater than 45 mHz, from the previous MMXU1.MX.mag.f value, in the source frequency. The B30 must be rebooted (control power removed and re-applied) before these settings take effect. The following procedure illustrates the reception configuration. Configure the reception dataset by making the following changes in the ...

  • Page 160

    IEC61850 GOOSE ANALOG INPUT 1 UNITS The GOOSE analog input 1 can now be used as a FlexAnalog value in a FlexElement or in other settings. The B30 must be rebooted (control power removed and re-applied) before these settings take effect.

  • Page 161

    DNA and UserSt bit pairs that are included in GSSE messages. To set up a B30 to receive a configurable GOOSE dataset that contains two IEC 61850 single point status indications, the following dataset items can be selected (for example, for configurable GOOSE dataset 1): “GGIO3.ST.Ind1.stVal” and “GGIO3.ST.Ind2.stVal”.

  • Page 162

    CPU resources. When server scanning is disabled, there will be not updated to the IEC 61850 logical node sta- tus values in the B30. Clients will still be able to connect to the server (B30 relay), but most data values will not be updated.

  • Page 163

    (_) character, and the first character in the prefix must be a letter. This conforms to the IEC 61850 standard. Changes to the logical node prefixes will not take effect until the B30 is restarted. The main menu for the IEC 61850 MMXU deadbands is shown below.

  • Page 164

    The GGIO2 control configuration settings are used to set the control model for each input. The available choices are “0” (status only), “1” (direct control), and “2” (SBO with normal security). The GGIO2 control points are used to control the B30 virtual inputs.

  • Page 165

    GGIO1 (binary status values). The settings allow the selection of FlexInteger values for each GGIO5 integer value point. It is intended that clients use GGIO5 to access generic integer values from the B30. Additional settings are provided to allow the selection of the number of integer values available in GGIO5 (1 to 16), and to assign FlexInteger values to the GGIO5 integer inputs.

  • Page 166

    ITEM 64 attributes supported by the B30. Changes to the dataset will only take effect when the B30 is restarted. It is recommended to use reporting service from logical node LLN0 if a user needs some (but not all) data from already existing GGIO1, GGIO4, and MMXU4 points and their quantity is not greater than 64 minus the number items in this dataset.

  • Page 167

    Menu”. Web pages are available showing DNP and IEC 60870-5-104 points lists, Modbus registers, event records, fault reports, and so on. First connect the UR and a computer to an Ethernet network, then enter the IP address of the B30 into the “Address”...

  • Page 168

    NUMBER: The Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) can be used to transfer files from the B30 over a network. The B30 operates as a TFTP server. TFTP client software is available from various sources, including Microsoft Windows NT. The dir.txt file obtained from the B30 contains a list and description of all available files (event records, oscillography, etc.).

  • Page 169

    M_ME_NC_1 analog point. Whenever power is removed and re-applied to the B30, the default thresholds are in effect. setting decides whether multiple client connections are accepted or not. If redundancy is set to Yes, IEC REDUNDANCY two simultaneous connections can be active at any given time.

  • Page 170

    MESSAGE (Modbus register address range) Fast exchanges (50 to 1000 ms) are generally used in control schemes. The B30 has one fast exchange (exchange 1) and two slow exchanges (exchange 2 and 3). The settings menu for the slow EGD exchanges is shown below: ...

  • Page 171: Modbus User Map

    EXCH 1 DATA ITEM 1 to 20/50: These settings specify the data items that are part of this EGD exchange. Almost any data from the B30 memory map can be configured to be included in an EGD exchange. The settings are the starting Modbus register address for the data item in decimal format.

  • Page 172

    The relay implements PTP according to IEEE Std 1588 2008 and the equivalent IEC 61588:2009(E), sometimes referred to as version 2 PTP. It does not support the previous version of the standard (version 1). NOTE 5-48 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 173

    With the strict power profile setting enabled, the relay will only select as master clocks displaying the IEEE_C37_238 identification codes. It will use a port only when the peer delay mechanism is operational. With the strict power profile GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-49...

  • Page 174

    The B30 supports the Simple Network Time Protocol specified in RFC-2030. With SNTP, the B30 can obtain clock time over an Ethernet network. The B30 acts as an SNTP client to receive time values from an SNTP/NTP server, usually a ded- icated product using a GPS receiver to provide an accurate time.

  • Page 175

    DST rules of the local time zone. DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME (DST) Note that when IRIG-B time synchronization is active, the local time in the IRIG-B signal contains any daylight savings time offset and so the DST settings are ignored. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-51...

  • Page 176: User-programmable Fault Report

    The user programmable record contains the following information: the user-programmed relay name, detailed firmware revision (7.0x, for example) and relay model (B30), the date and time of trigger, the name of pre-fault trigger (a specific FlexLogic operand), the name of fault trigger (a specific FlexLogic operand), the active setting group at pre-fault trigger, the active setting group at fault trigger, pre-fault values of all programmed analog channels (one cycle before pre-fault trigger), and fault values of all programmed analog channels (at the fault trigger).

  • Page 177: Oscillography

    64 samples per cycle; that is, it has no effect on the fundamental calculations of the device. When changes are made to the oscillography settings, all existing oscillography records will be CLEARED. NOTE GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-53...

  • Page 178

    IB signal on terminal 2 of the CT/VT module in slot F. If there are no CT/VT modules and analog input modules, no analog traces will appear in the file; only the digital traces will appear. 5-54 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 179: User-programmable Leds

    A dedicated FlexLogic operand, , is set for the duration of the test. When the test sequence is initi- LED TEST IN PROGRESS ated, the event is stored in the event recorder. LED TEST INITIATED GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-55...

  • Page 180

    Assume one needs to check if any LEDs are “burned” as well as exercise one LED at a time to check for other failures. This is to be performed via user-programmable pushbutton 1. 5-56 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 181

    “Latched”, the LED, once lit, remains so until reset by the faceplate RESET button, from a remote device via a communica- tions channel, or from any programmed operand, even if the LED operand state de-asserts. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-57...

  • Page 182: User-programmable Self Tests

    Range: Disabled, Enabled. SFP MODULE FAIL MESSAGE FUNCTION: Disabled All major self-test alarms are reported automatically with their corresponding FlexLogic operands, events, and targets. Most of the minor alarms can be disabled if desired. 5-58 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 183: Control Pushbuttons

    The location of the control pushbuttons are shown in the following figures. Control pushbuttons 842813A1.CDR Figure 5–7: CONTROL PUSHBUTTONS (ENHANCED FACEPLATE) An additional four control pushbuttons are included on the standard faceplate when the B30 is ordered with the twelve user- programmable pushbutton option. STATUS EVENT CAUSE...

  • Page 184: User-programmable Pushbuttons

    PUSHBTN 1 DROP-OUT MESSAGE TIME: 0.00 s Range: FlexLogic operand PUSHBTN 1 LED CTL: MESSAGE Range: Disabled, Normal, High Priority PUSHBTN 1 MESSAGE: MESSAGE Disabled Range: Disabled, Enabled PUSHBUTTON 1 MESSAGE EVENTS: Disabled 5-60 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 185

    The pushbutton is reset (deactivated) in latched mode by asserting the operand assigned to the set- PUSHBTN 1 RESET ting or by directly pressing the associated active front panel pushbutton. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-61...

  • Page 186

    This timer is reset upon release of the pushbutton. Note that any pushbutton operation will require the pushbutton to be pressed a minimum of 50 ms. This minimum time is required prior to activating the pushbutton hold timer. 5-62 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 187

    “Normal” if the setting is “High Priority” or “Normal”. PUSHBTN 1 MESSAGE • PUSHBUTTON 1 EVENTS: If this setting is enabled, each pushbutton state change will be logged as an event into event recorder. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-63...

  • Page 188

    Off = 0 SETTING SETTING Autoreset Delay Autoreset Function = Enabled = Disabled SETTING Drop-Out Timer TIMER FLEXLOGIC OPERAND 200 ms PUSHBUTTON 1 ON 842021A3.CDR Figure 5–12: USER-PROGRAMMABLE PUSHBUTTON LOGIC (Sheet 1 of 2) 5-64 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 189: Flex State Parameters

    PATH: SETTINGS PRODUCT SETUP FLEX STATE PARAMETERS Range: FlexLogic operand  FLEX STATE PARAMETER  PARAMETERS Range: FlexLogic operand PARAMETER MESSAGE Range: FlexLogic operand PARAMETER MESSAGE  Range: FlexLogic operand PARAMETER 256: MESSAGE GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-65...

  • Page 190: User-definable Displays

    INVOKE AND SCROLL play, not at the first user-defined display. The pulses must last for at least 250 ms to take effect. INVOKE AND SCROLL 5-66 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 191

    While viewing a user display, press the ENTER key and then select the ‘Yes” option to remove the display from the user display list. Use the MENU key again to exit the user displays menu. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-67...

  • Page 192: Direct Inputs And Outputs

    See page 5–74. MESSAGE   CRC ALARM CH2 See page 5–74. MESSAGE   UNRETURNED See page 5–75. MESSAGE  MESSAGES ALARM CH1  UNRETURNED See page 5–75. MESSAGE  MESSAGES ALARM CH2 5-68 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 193

    Delivery time for direct input and output messages is approximately 0.2 of a power system cycle at 128 kbps and 0.4 of a power system cycle at 64 kbps, per each ‘bridge’. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-69...

  • Page 194

    The following application examples illustrate the basic concepts for direct input and output configuration. Please refer to the Inputs and outputs section in this chapter for information on configuring FlexLogic operands (flags, bits) to be exchanged. 5-70 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 195

    UR IED 1 BLOCK UR IED 4 UR IED 2 UR IED 3 842712A1.CDR Figure 5–15: SAMPLE INTERLOCKING BUSBAR PROTECTION SCHEME For increased reliability, a dual-ring configuration (shown below) is recommended for this application. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-71...

  • Page 196

    The complete application requires addressing a number of issues such as failure of both the communications rings, failure or out-of-service conditions of one of the relays, etc. Self-monitoring flags of the direct inputs and outputs feature would be primarily used to address these concerns. 5-72 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 197

    Inputs and outputs section. A blocking pilot-aided scheme should be implemented with more security and, ideally, faster message delivery time. This could be accomplished using a dual-ring configuration as shown below. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-73...

  • Page 198

    EVENTS: Disabled The B30 checks integrity of the incoming direct input and output messages using a 32-bit CRC. The CRC alarm function is available for monitoring the communication medium noise by tracking the rate of messages failing the CRC check. The monitoring function counts all incoming messages, including messages that failed the CRC check.

  • Page 199

    MESSAGE EVENTS: Disabled The B30 checks integrity of the direct input and output communication ring by counting unreturned messages. In the ring configuration, all messages originating at a given device should return within a pre-defined period of time. The unreturned messages alarm function is available for monitoring the integrity of the communication ring by tracking the rate of unre- turned messages.

  • Page 200: Teleprotection

    On two- terminals two-channel systems, the same is transmitted over LOCAL RELAY ID NUMBER both channels; as such, only the has to be programmed on the receiving end. TERMINAL 1 ID NUMBER 5-76 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 201: Installation

    "Programmed" state. UNIT NOT PROGRAMMED setting allows the user to uniquely identify a relay. This name will appear on generated reports. RELAY NAME GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-77...

  • Page 202: Remote Resources Configuration

    Bricks. Remote resources settings configure the point-to-point connection between specific fiber optic ports on the B30 process card and specific Brick. The relay is then configured to measure spe- cific currents, voltages and contact inputs from those Bricks, and to control specific outputs.

  • Page 203: Ac Inputs

    1000:1 CT before summation. If a protection element is set up to act on SRC 1 currents, then a pickup level of 1 pu will operate on 1000 A primary. The same rule applies for current sums from CTs with different secondary taps (5 A and 1 A). GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-79...

  • Page 204: Power System

    ABC or ACB. CT and VT inputs on the relay, labeled as A, B, and C, must be con- nected to system phases A, B, and C for correct operation. 5-80 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 205: Signal Sources

    FREQUENCY TRACKING frequency applications. NOTE The frequency tracking feature functions only when the B30 is in the “Programmed” mode. If the B30 is “Not Pro- grammed”, then metering values are available but can exhibit significant errors. NOTE 5.4.3 SIGNAL SOURCES ...

  • Page 206

    UR Relay Figure 5–21: EXAMPLE USE OF SOURCES Y LV D HV SRC 1 SRC 2 SRC 3 Phase CT F1+F5 None Ground CT None None Phase VT None None Aux VT None None 5-82 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 207: Breakers

    Range: 0.000 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001 MANUAL CLOSE RECAL1 MESSAGE TIME: 0.000 s Range: FlexLogic operand BREAKER 1 OUT OF SV: MESSAGE Range: Disabled, Enabled BREAKER 1 EVENTS: MESSAGE Disabled GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-83...

  • Page 208

    1. The number of breaker control elements is dependent on the number of CT/VT modules specified with the B30. The follow- ing settings are available for each breaker control element.

  • Page 209

    5 SETTINGS 5.4 SYSTEM SETUP Figure 5–22: DUAL BREAKER CONTROL SCHEME LOGIC (Sheet 1 of 2) IEC 61850 functionality is permitted when the B30 is in “Programmed” mode and not in the local control mode. NOTE GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 210

    5.4 SYSTEM SETUP 5 SETTINGS Figure 5–23: DUAL BREAKER CONTROL SCHEME LOGIC (Sheet 2 of 2) 5-86 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 211: Disconnect Switches

    For greater security in determination of the switch pole position, both the 89/a and 89/b auxiliary contacts are used with reporting of the discrepancy between them. The number of available disconnect switches depends on the number of the CT/VT modules ordered with the B30. •...

  • Page 212

    SWITCH 1 ALARM DELAY: This setting specifies the delay interval during which a disagreement of status among the three-pole position tracking operands will not declare a pole disagreement. This allows for non-simultaneous operation of the poles. IEC 61850 functionality is permitted when the B30 is in “Programmed” mode and not in the local control mode. NOTE 5-88...

  • Page 213

    5 SETTINGS 5.4 SYSTEM SETUP Figure 5–24: DISCONNECT SWITCH SCHEME LOGIC GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-89...

  • Page 214: Flexcurves

    1.03 pu. It is recommended to set the two times to a similar value; otherwise, the linear approximation may result in NOTE undesired behavior for the operating quantity that is close to 1.00 pu. 5-90 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 215

    The multiplier and adder settings only affect the curve portion of the characteristic and not the MRT and HCT set- tings. The HCT settings override the MRT settings for multiples of pickup greater than the HCT ratio. NOTE GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-91...

  • Page 216

    EnerVista UR Setup software generates an error message and discards the proposed changes. NOTE e) STANDARD RECLOSER CURVES The standard recloser curves available for the B30 are displayed in the following graphs. 5-92 B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 217

    CURRENT (multiple of pickup) 842723A1.CDR Figure 5–28: RECLOSER CURVES GE101 TO GE106 GE142 GE138 GE120 GE113 0.05 7 8 9 10 12 CURRENT (multiple of pickup) 842725A1.CDR Figure 5–29: RECLOSER CURVES GE113, GE120, GE138 AND GE142 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-93...

  • Page 218

    Figure 5–30: RECLOSER CURVES GE134, GE137, GE140, GE151 AND GE201 GE152 GE141 GE131 GE200 7 8 9 10 12 CURRENT (multiple of pickup) 842728A1.CDR Figure 5–31: RECLOSER CURVES GE131, GE141, GE152, AND GE200 5-94 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 219

    Figure 5–32: RECLOSER CURVES GE133, GE161, GE162, GE163, GE164 AND GE165 GE132 GE139 GE136 GE116 0.05 GE117 GE118 0.02 0.01 7 8 9 10 12 CURRENT (multiple of pickup) 842726A1.CDR Figure 5–33: RECLOSER CURVES GE116, GE117, GE118, GE132, GE136, AND GE139 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-95...

  • Page 220

    Figure 5–34: RECLOSER CURVES GE107, GE111, GE112, GE114, GE115, GE121, AND GE122 GE202 GE135 GE119 7 8 9 10 12 CURRENT (multiple of pickup) 842727A1.CDR Figure 5–35: RECLOSER CURVES GE119, GE135, AND GE202 5-96 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 221

    If a given circuit cannot be connected to any other bus section different than the protected one, the FlexLogic constant "On" is recommended for the status signal. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-97...

  • Page 222: Introduction To Flexlogic

    Figure 5–36: UR ARCHITECTURE OVERVIEW The states of all digital signals used in the B30 are represented by flags (or FlexLogic operands, which are described later in this section). A digital “1” is represented by a 'set' flag. Any external contact change-of-state can be used to block an ele- ment from operating, as an input to a control feature in a FlexLogic equation, or to operate a contact output.

  • Page 223

    Some types of operands are present in the relay in multiple instances; e.g. contact and remote inputs. These types of oper- ands are grouped together (for presentation purposes only) on the faceplate display. The characteristics of the different types of operands are listed in the table below. Table 5–6: B30 FLEXLOGIC OPERAND TYPES OPERAND TYPE STATE...

  • Page 224

    5.5 FLEXLOGIC 5 SETTINGS The operands available for this relay are listed alphabetically by types in the following table. Table 5–7: B30 FLEXLOGIC OPERANDS (Sheet 1 of 7) OPERAND TYPE OPERAND SYNTAX OPERAND DESCRIPTION CONTROL CONTROL PUSHBTN 1 ON Control pushbutton 1 is being pressed...

  • Page 225

    5 SETTINGS 5.5 FLEXLOGIC Table 5–7: B30 FLEXLOGIC OPERANDS (Sheet 2 of 7) OPERAND TYPE OPERAND SYNTAX OPERAND DESCRIPTION ELEMENT: BREAKER 1 OFF CMD Breaker 1 open command initiated Breaker control BREAKER 1 ON CMD Breaker 1 close command initiated BREAKER 1 A BAD ST...

  • Page 226

    5.5 FLEXLOGIC 5 SETTINGS Table 5–7: B30 FLEXLOGIC OPERANDS (Sheet 3 of 7) OPERAND TYPE OPERAND SYNTAX OPERAND DESCRIPTION ELEMENT: Dig Element 1 PKP Digital Element 1 is picked up Digital elements Dig Element 1 OP Digital Element 1 is operated...

  • Page 227

    5 SETTINGS 5.5 FLEXLOGIC Table 5–7: B30 FLEXLOGIC OPERANDS (Sheet 4 of 7) OPERAND TYPE OPERAND SYNTAX OPERAND DESCRIPTION ELEMENT: SELECTOR 1 POS Y Selector switch 1 is in Position Y (mutually exclusive operands) Selector switch SELECTOR 1 BIT 0...

  • Page 228

    5.5 FLEXLOGIC 5 SETTINGS Table 5–7: B30 FLEXLOGIC OPERANDS (Sheet 5 of 7) OPERAND TYPE OPERAND SYNTAX OPERAND DESCRIPTION ELEMENT: TELEPRO INPUT 1-1 On Flag is set, Logic =1   Teleprotection inputs/outputs TELEPRO INPUT 1-16 On Flag is set, Logic =1...

  • Page 229

    5 SETTINGS 5.5 FLEXLOGIC Table 5–7: B30 FLEXLOGIC OPERANDS (Sheet 6 of 7) OPERAND TYPE OPERAND SYNTAX OPERAND DESCRIPTION LED INDICATORS: LED IN SERVICE Asserted when the front panel IN SERVICE LED is on. Fixed front panel LED TROUBLE Asserted when the front panel TROUBLE LED is on.

  • Page 230

    5.5 FLEXLOGIC 5 SETTINGS Table 5–7: B30 FLEXLOGIC OPERANDS (Sheet 7 of 7) OPERAND TYPE OPERAND SYNTAX OPERAND DESCRIPTION USER- PUSHBUTTON 1 ON Pushbutton number 1 is in the “On” position PROGRAMMABLE PUSHBUTTON 1 OFF Pushbutton number 1 is in the “Off” position...

  • Page 231: Flexlogic Rules

    When making changes to settings, all FlexLogic equations are re-compiled whenever any new setting value is entered, so all latches are automatically reset. If it is necessary to re-initialize FlexLogic during testing, for example, it is suggested to power the unit down and then back up. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-107...

  • Page 232: Flexlogic Example

    DIGITAL ELEMENT 1 on Dropout State=Pickup (200 ms) DIGITAL ELEMENT 2 Timer 1 State=Operated Time Delay on Pickup (800 ms) CONTACT INPUT H1c State=Closed VIRTUAL OUTPUT 3 827026A2.VSD Figure 5–38: LOGIC EXAMPLE WITH VIRTUAL OUTPUTS 5-108 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 233

    Following the procedure outlined, start with parameter 99, as follows: 99: The final output of the equation is virtual output 3, which is created by the operator "= Virt Op n". This parameter is therefore "= Virt Op 3." GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-109...

  • Page 234

    87: The input just below the upper input to OR #1 is operand “Virt Op 2 On". 86: The upper input to OR #1 is operand “Virt Op 1 On". 85: The last parameter is used to set the latch, and is operand “Virt Op 4 On". 5-110 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 235

    In the following equation, virtual output 3 is used as an input to both latch 1 and timer 1 as arranged in the order shown below: DIG ELEM 2 OP Cont Ip H1c On AND(2) GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-111...

  • Page 236: Flexlogic Equation Editor

    TIMER 1 TYPE: This setting is used to select the time measuring unit. • TIMER 1 PICKUP DELAY: Sets the time delay to pickup. If a pickup delay is not required, set this function to "0". 5-112 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 237: Flexelements

    The element can be programmed to respond either to a signal level or to a rate-of-change (delta) over a pre-defined period of time. The output operand is asserted when the operating signal is higher than a threshold or lower than a threshold as per user's choice. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-113...

  • Page 238

    The FLEXELEMENT 1 DIRECTION following figure explains the application of the FLEXELEMENT 1 DIRECTION FLEXELEMENT 1 PICKUP FLEXELEMENT 1 HYS- settings. TERESIS 5-114 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 239

    DIRECTION = Under; FLEXELEMENT INPUT MODE = Signed; FlexElement 1 OpSig FLEXELEMENT 1 PKP FLEXELEMENT DIRECTION = Under; FLEXELEMENT INPUT MODE = Absolute; FlexElement 1 OpSig 842706A2.CDR Figure 5–46: FLEXELEMENT INPUT MODE SETTING GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-115...

  • Page 240

    “Delta”. FLEXELEMENT 1 COMP MODE This setting specifies the pickup delay of the element. The setting FLEXELEMENT 1 PKP DELAY FLEXELEMENT 1 RST DELAY specifies the reset delay of the element. 5-116 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 241: Non-volatile Latches

    FLEXLOGIC OPERANDS Off=0 LATCH 1 ON Dominant LATCH 1 OFF Previous Previous SETTING State State LATCH 1 SET: Off=0 RESET 842005A1.CDR Figure 5–47: NON-VOLATILE LATCH OPERATION TABLE (N = 1 to 16) AND LOGIC GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-117...

  • Page 242

    Each of the six setting group menus is identical. Setting Group 1 (the default active group) automatically becomes active if no other group is active (see Section 5.7.3: Setting Groups on page 5–152 for details). 5-118 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 243: Bus Differential

    The biased bus differential function has a dual-slope operating characteristic (see figure below) operating in conjunction with saturation detection and a directional comparison principle (refer to the Bus zone 1 differential scheme logic figure in this section). GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-119...

  • Page 244

    BUS ZONE 1 DIFF LOW BPNT: This setting defines the lower breakpoint of the dual-slope operating characteristic. The percentage bias applied for the restraining current from zero to the value specified as is given by the LOW BPNT 5-120 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 245

    BUS ZONE 1 DIFF SEAL-IN: This setting defines the drop-out time of the seal-in timer applied to the Flex- BUS 1 OP Logic operand. More information on the bus zone differential settings can be found in the Application of settings chapter. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-121...

  • Page 246

    5.6 GROUPED ELEMENTS 5 SETTINGS re s tra in in g re s tra in in g Figure 5–49: BUS ZONE 1 DIFFERENTIAL SCHEME LOGIC 5-122 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 247: Phase Current

      PHASE IOC3 See page 5–131. MESSAGE   PHASE IOC4 See page 5–131. MESSAGE   PHASE IOC5 See page 5–131. MESSAGE   PHASE IOC6 See page 5–131. MESSAGE  GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-123...

  • Page 248

    5 SETTINGS b) INVERSE TOC CURVE CHARACTERISTICS The inverse time overcurrent curves used by the time overcurrent elements are the IEEE, IEC, GE Type IAC, and I t stan- dard curve shapes. This allows for simplified coordination with downstream devices.

  • Page 249

    5.041 4.827 38.634 22.819 14.593 11.675 10.130 9.153 8.470 7.960 7.562 7.241 51.512 30.426 19.458 15.567 13.507 12.204 11.294 10.614 10.083 9.654 10.0 64.390 38.032 24.322 19.458 16.883 15.255 14.117 13.267 12.604 12.068 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-125...

  • Page 250

    0.60 1.835 1.067 0.668 0.526 0.451 0.404 0.371 0.346 0.327 0.311 0.80 2.446 1.423 0.890 0.702 0.602 0.538 0.494 0.461 0.435 0.415 1.00 3.058 1.778 1.113 0.877 0.752 0.673 0.618 0.576 0.544 0.518 5-126 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 251

    = characteristic constant, and T = reset time in seconds (assuming energy capacity is 100% RESET is “Timed”) RESET Table 5–16: GE TYPE IAC INVERSE TIME CURVE CONSTANTS IAC CURVE SHAPE IAC Extreme Inverse 0.0040 0.6379 0.6200 1.7872 0.2461...

  • Page 252

    = Reset Time in seconds (assuming energy capacity is 100% and RESET: Timed) RESET RECLOSER CURVES: The B30 uses the FlexCurve feature to facilitate programming of 41 recloser curves. Please refer to the FlexCurve section in this chapter for additional details. 5-128...

  • Page 253

    (Mvr) corresponding to the phase-phase voltages of the voltage restraint characteristic curve (see the figure below); the pickup level is calculated as ‘Mvr’ times the setting. If the voltage restraint feature PHASE TOC1 PICKUP is disabled, the pickup level always remains at the setting value. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-129...

  • Page 254

    PHASE TOC1 C DPO Multiplier-Phase C PHASE TOC1 C OP SETTING PHASE TOC1 PKP PHASE TOC1 VOLT RESTRAINT: PHASE TOC1 OP Enabled PHASE TOC1 DPO 827072A4.CDR Figure 5–51: PHASE TIME OVERCURRENT 1 SCHEME LOGIC 5-130 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 255

    The phase instantaneous overcurrent element may be used as an instantaneous element with no intentional delay or as a definite time element. The input current is the fundamental phasor magnitude. For timing curves, see the publication Instan- taneous Overcurrent Element Response to Saturated Waveforms in UR-Series Relays (GET-8400A). GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-131...

  • Page 256: Neutral Current

    The neutral current input value is a quantity calculated as 3Io from the phase currents and may be programmed as fundamental phasor magnitude or total waveform RMS magnitude as required by the application. 5-132 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 257

    The positive-sequence restraint allows for more sensitive settings by counterbalancing spurious zero-sequence currents resulting from: • System unbalances under heavy load conditions • Transformation errors of current transformers (CTs) during double-line and three-phase faults. • Switch-off transients during double-line and three-phase faults. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-133...

  • Page 258: Ground Current

    Inverse time overcurrent curve characteristics section for details). When the element is blocked, the time accumulator will reset according to the reset characteristic. For example, if the element reset characteristic is set to “Instantaneous” and the element is blocked, the time accumulator will be cleared immediately. 5-134 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 259

    0.02 to 46 times the CT rating. NOTE This channel may be equipped with a standard or sensitive input. The conversion range of a sensitive channel is from 0.002 to 4.6 times the CT rating. NOTE GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-135...

  • Page 260: Breaker Failure

    Range: Yes, No BF1 USE TIMER 3: MESSAGE Range: 0.000 to 65.535 s in steps of 0.001 BF1 TIMER 3 PICKUP MESSAGE DELAY: 0.000 s BF1 BKR POS1 A/3P: Range: FlexLogic operand MESSAGE 5-136 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 261

    (identified by the name “1BF”). The philosophy used in these schemes is identical. The operation of a breaker failure element includes three stages: initiation, determination of a breaker failure condition, and output. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-137...

  • Page 262

    FlexLogic operands that initiate tripping required to clear the faulted zone. The trip output can be sealed-in for an adjustable period. • Target message indicating a failed breaker has been declared • Illumination of the faceplate Trip LED (and the Phase A, B or C LED, if applicable) 5-138 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 263

    BF1 TIMER 1 PICKUP DELAY: Timer 1 is set to the shortest time required for breaker auxiliary contact Status-1 to open, from the time the initial trip signal is applied to the breaker trip circuit, plus a safety margin. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-139...

  • Page 264

    In microprocessor relays this time is not significant. In B30 relays, which use a Fourier transform, the calculated current magnitude will ramp-down to zero one power frequency cycle after the current is interrupted, and this lag should be included in the overall margin duration, as it occurs after current interruption.

  • Page 265

    Upon operation of the breaker failure element for a single pole trip command, a three-pole trip command should be given via output operand BKR FAIL 1 TRIP OP GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-141...

  • Page 266

    5.6 GROUPED ELEMENTS 5 SETTINGS SINGLE-POLE BREAKER FAILURE, INITIATE Figure 5–59: SINGLE-POLE BREAKER FAILURE, TIMERS 5-142 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 267

    5 SETTINGS 5.6 GROUPED ELEMENTS Figure 5–60: THREE-POLE BREAKER FAILURE, INITIATE GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-143...

  • Page 268

    5.6 GROUPED ELEMENTS 5 SETTINGS Figure 5–61: THREE-POLE BREAKER FAILURE, TIMERS 5-144 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 269: Voltage Elements

      ------------------   pickup where: T = operating time D = undervoltage delay setting (D = 0.00 operates instantaneously) V = secondary voltage applied to the relay = pickup level pickup GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-145...

  • Page 270

    TARGET: Self-reset Range: Disabled, Enabled PHASE UV1 MESSAGE EVENTS: Disabled Two undervoltage elements facilitate applications including undervoltage supervision of the main bus differential protection to prevent maloperation in the event of CT trouble. 5-146 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 271

    Source VT = Wye FLEXLOGIC OPERAND SETTING PHASE UV1 PKP PHASE UV1 MODE: FLEXLOGIC OPERAND Phase to Ground Phase to Phase PHASE UV1 OP FLEXLOGIC OPERAND PHASE UV1 DPO 827039AB.CDR Figure 5–63: PHASE UNDERVOLTAGE1 SCHEME LOGIC GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-147...

  • Page 272

    “Definite time”. The source assigned to this element must be configured for a phase VT. NEUTRAL OV1 CURVE VT errors and normal voltage unbalance must be considered when setting this element. This function requires the VTs to be wye-connected. Figure 5–64: NEUTRAL OVERVOLTAGE1 SCHEME LOGIC 5-148 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 273

    AUX OV1 EVENTS: MESSAGE Disabled The B30 contains one auxiliary overvoltage element for each VT bank. This element is intended for monitoring overvoltage conditions of the auxiliary voltage. The nominal secondary voltage of the auxiliary voltage channel entered under SYSTEM ...

  • Page 274

    If more than one operate-type operand is required, it may be assigned directly from the trip bus menu. 5-150 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 275

    TRIP BUS 1 PKP = Enabled TRIP BUS 1 BLOCK = Off SETTINGS TRIP BUS 1 LATCHING = Enabled TRIP BUS 1 RESET = Off FLEXLOGIC OPERAND RESET OP 842023A1.CDR Figure 5–67: TRIP BUS LOGIC GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-151...

  • Page 276: Setting Groups

    The assigned operand is used to control the “On” state of a particular settings group. VIRTUAL OUTPUT 1 5-152 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 277: Selector Switch

    Range: FlexLogic operand SELECTOR 1 3BIT ACK: MESSAGE Range: Restore, Synchronize, Sync/Restore SELECTOR 1 POWER-UP MESSAGE MODE: Restore Range: Self-reset, Latched, Disabled SELECTOR 1 TARGETS: MESSAGE Self-reset Range: Disabled, Enabled SELECTOR 1 EVENTS: MESSAGE Disabled GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-153...

  • Page 278

    • SELECTOR 1 3BIT A0, A1, and A2: These settings specify a three-bit control input of the selector. The three-bit con- trol word pre-selects the position using the following encoding convention: POSITION rest 5-154 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 279

    The selector position pre-selected via the stepping up control input has not been confirmed before the time out. SELECTOR 1 BIT ALARM The selector position pre-selected via the three-bit control input has not been confirmed before the time out. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-155...

  • Page 280

    3BIT A1 3BIT A2 POS 1 POS 2 POS 3 POS 4 POS 5 POS 6 POS 7 BIT 0 BIT 1 BIT 2 STP ALARM BIT ALARM ALARM 842737A1.CDR Figure 5–69: TIME-OUT MODE 5-156 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 281

    Make the following changes to selector switch element in the    SETTINGS CONTROL ELEMENTS SELECTOR SWITCH menu to assign control to user programmable pushbutton 1 and contact inputs 1 through 3: SELECTOR SWITCH 1 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-157...

  • Page 282

    3-bit acknowledge SELECTOR 1 BIT ALARM 3-bit position out SELECTOR 1 ALARM SELECTOR 1 PWR ALARM SELECTOR 1 BIT 0 SELECTOR 1 BIT 1 SELECTOR 1 BIT 2 842012A2.CDR Figure 5–71: SELECTOR SWITCH LOGIC 5-158 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 283: Digital Elements

    Some versions of the digital input modules include an active voltage monitor circuit connected across form-A contacts. The voltage monitor circuit limits the trickle current through the output circuit (see technical specifications for form-A). GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-159...

  • Page 284

    The settings to use digital element 1 to monitor the breaker trip circuit are indicated below (EnerVista UR Setup example shown): The PICKUP DELAY setting should be greater than the operating time of the breaker to avoid nuisance alarms. NOTE 5-160 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 285

    “Off”. In this case, the settings are as follows (EnerVista UR Setup example shown). Figure 5–74: TRIP CIRCUIT EXAMPLE 2 The wiring connection for two examples above is applicable to both form-A contacts with voltage monitoring and solid-state contact with voltage monitoring. NOTE GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-161...

  • Page 286: Digital Counters

    –2,147,483,648 counts, the counter will rollover to +2,147,483,647. • COUNTER 1 BLOCK: Selects the FlexLogic operand for blocking the counting operation. All counter operands are blocked. 5-162 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 287

    COUNTER 1 RESET: COUNTER 1 FROZEN: Off = 0 STORE DATE & TIME Date & Time SETTING COUNT1 FREEZE/RESET: Off = 0 827065A1.VSD SETTING COUNT1 FREEZE/COUNT: Off = 0 Figure 5–75: DIGITAL COUNTER SCHEME LOGIC GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-163...

  • Page 288: Monitoring Elements

     ELEMENTS  FLASHOVER 1  BREAKER See page 5–165. MESSAGE  FLASHOVER 2  CT TROUBLE ZONE 1 See page 5–168. MESSAGE   THERMAL OVERLOAD See page 5–170. MESSAGE  PROTECTION 5-164 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 289

    Breaker open, Voltage difference drop, and Measured flashover current through the breaker. Furthermore, the scheme is applicable for cases where either one or two sets of three-phase voltages are available across the breaker. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-165...

  • Page 290

    This application does not require detection of breaker status via a 52a contact, as it uses a voltage difference larger than setting. However, monitoring the breaker contact will ensure scheme stability. BRK 1 FLSHOVR DIFF V PKP 5-166 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 291

    BRK 1 FLSHOVR SPV A to BRK 1 FLSHOVR SPV C: These settings specify FlexLogic operands (per breaker pole) that supervise the operation of the element per phase. Supervision can be provided by operation of other protection GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-167...

  • Page 292

    CT TROUBLE ZONE 1 DELAY setting, CT Trouble is declared for the given phase by setting the appropriate FlexLogic output operand. 5-168 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 293

    CT TROUBLE 1 OP B SETTING BUS ZONE 1F SOURCE: | Icd1 | > PICKUP CT TROUBLE 1 OP C 836722A2.CDR SETTING BUS ZONE 1F STATUS: Off = 0 Figure 5–77: CT TROUBLE SCHEME LOGIC GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-169...

  • Page 294

    I = measured overload RMS current. • = measured load RMS current before overload occurs. • k= IEC 255-8 k-factor applied to I , defining maximum permissible current above nominal current. • = protected element base (nominal) current. 5-170 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 295

     -------------- - (EQ 5.17) –   op In When current is less than the dropout level, I > 0.97 × k × I , the element starts decreasing the thermal energy: GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-171...

  • Page 296

    30 minutes Busbar 60 minutes 20 minutes Underground cable 20 to 60 minutes 60 minutes The logic for the thermal overload protection element is shown below. Figure 5–79: THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION SCHEME LOGIC 5-172 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 297: Contact Inputs

    The DC input voltage is compared to a user-settable threshold. A new contact input state must be maintained for a user- settable debounce time in order for the B30 to validate the new contact state. In the figure below, the debounce time is set at 2.5 ms;...

  • Page 298

    Event Records menu, make the following settings changes: "Breaker Closed (52b)" CONTACT INPUT H5A ID: "Enabled" CONTACT INPUT H5A EVENTS: Note that the 52b contact is closed when the breaker is open and open when the breaker is closed. 5-174 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 299: Virtual Inputs

    SETTING “Virtual Input 1 to OFF = 0” VIRTUAL INPUT 1 ID: (Flexlogic Operand) SETTING Virt Ip 1 VIRTUAL INPUT 1 TYPE: Latched Self - Reset 827080A2.CDR Figure 5–81: VIRTUAL INPUTS SCHEME LOGIC GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-175...

  • Page 300: Contact Outputs

    The most dependable protection of the initiating contact is provided by directly measuring current in the tripping circuit, and using this parameter to control resetting of the initiating relay. This scheme is often called trip seal-in. This can be realized in the B30 using the FlexLogic operand to seal-in the contact output as follows: CONT OP 1 ION “Cont Op 1"...

  • Page 301

    5.8 INPUTS AND OUTPUTS The B30 latching output contacts are mechanically bi-stable and controlled by two separate (open and close) coils. As such they retain their position even if the relay is not powered up. The relay recognizes all latching output contact cards and pop- ulates the setting menu accordingly.

  • Page 302: Virtual Outputs

    Logic equations. Any change of state of a virtual output can be logged as an event if programmed to do so. For example, if Virtual Output 1 is the trip signal from FlexLogic and the trip relay is used to signal events, the settings would be programmed as follows: 5-178 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 303: Remote Devices

    The remote input/output facility provides for 32 remote inputs and 64 remote outputs. b) LOCAL DEVICES: ID OF DEVICE FOR TRANSMITTING GSSE/GOOSE MESSAGES In a B30 relay, the device ID that represents the IEC 61850 GOOSE application ID (GoID) name string sent as part of each GOOSE message is programmed in the ...

  • Page 304: Remote Inputs

    This setting identifies the Ethernet application identification in the GOOSE message. It should match the corre- sponding settings on the sending device. setting provides for the choice of the B30 fixed (DNA/UserSt) dataset (that is, containing REMOTE DEVICE 1 DATASET DNA and UserSt bit pairs), or one of the configurable datasets.

  • Page 305: Remote Double-point Status Inputs

    REMOTE OUTPUTS DNA BIT PAIRS REMOTE OUTPUTS DNA- 1(32) BIT PAIR Range: FlexLogic operand  REMOTE OUTPUTS DNA- 1 OPERAND:  DNA- 1 BIT PAIR Range: Disabled, Enabled DNA- 1 EVENTS: MESSAGE Disabled GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-181...

  • Page 306: Resetting

    RESET OP to identify the source of the command. The setting RESET OP (PUSHBUTTON) RESET OP (COMMS) RESET OP (OPERAND) shown above selects the operand that will create the operand. RESET OP (OPERAND) 5-182 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 307

    FlexLogic operand that determines the state of this direct output. c) APPLICATION EXAMPLES The examples introduced in the earlier Direct inputs and outputs section (part of the Product Setup section) are continued below to illustrate usage of the direct inputs and outputs. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-183...

  • Page 308

    5.8 INPUTS AND OUTPUTS 5 SETTINGS EXAMPLE 1: EXTENDING INPUT/OUTPUT CAPABILITIES OF A B30 RELAY Consider an application that requires additional quantities of digital inputs or output contacts or lines of programmable logic that exceed the capabilities of a single UR-series chassis. The problem is solved by adding an extra UR-series IED, such as the C30, to satisfy the additional inputs/outputs and programmable logic requirements.

  • Page 309

    "3" (effectively, this is a message from IED 1) DIRECT INPUT 6 BIT NUMBER: UR IED 2: "1" DIRECT INPUT 5 DEVICE ID: "2" DIRECT INPUT 5 BIT NUMBER: "3" DIRECT INPUT 6 DEVICE ID: "2" DIRECT INPUT 6 BIT NUMBER: GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-185...

  • Page 310

    In three-terminal applications, both the remote terminals must grant permission to trip. Therefore, at each terminal, direct inputs 5 and 6 should be ANDed in FlexLogic and the resulting operand configured as the permission to trip ( HYB POTT RX1 setting). 5-186 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 311: Teleprotection Inputs And Outputs

    The “Latest/On” and “Latest/Off” values freeze the input in case of lost communications. If the latest state is not known, such as after relay power-up but before the first communication exchange, then the input defaults to logic 1 for “Latest/On” and logic 0 for “Latest/Off”. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-187...

  • Page 312

    (On 3-terminal system or 2-terminal (same for 1-2...1-16) SETTING with redundant channel) FLEXLOGIC OPERAND TELEPROT OUTPUT 2-1: (same for 2-2...2-16) Fail TELEPRO INPUT 2-1 On Off (Flexlogic Operand) (same for 1-2...1-16) 842750A2.CDR Figure 5–87: TELEPROTECTION INPUT/OUTPUT PROCESSING 5-188 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 313: Iec 61850 Goose Analogs

    GOOSE ANALOG 1 PU: This setting specifies the per-unit base factor when using the GOOSE analog input FlexAna- log values in other B30 features, such as FlexElements. The base factor is applied to the GOOSE analog input FlexAn- alog quantity to normalize it to a per-unit quantity. The base units are described in the following table.

  • Page 314: Iec 61850 Goose Integers

    “Default Value”, then the value of the GOOSE uinteger input is defined by the setting. UINTEGER 1 DEFAULT The GOOSE integer input FlexInteger values are available for use in other B30 functions that use FlexInteger values. 5-190 B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 315: Dcma Inputs

    –20 to +180 MW; in this case the value would be “–20” and the DCMA INPUT H1 MIN VALUE DCMA INPUT H1 MAX value “180”. Intermediate values between the min and max values are scaled linearly. VALUE GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-191...

  • Page 316: Rtd Inputs

    1.5 pu. FlexElement operands are available to FlexLogic for further interlocking or to operate an output contact directly. Refer to the following table for reference temperature values for each RTD type. 5-192 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 317

    15.61 168.47 280.77 233.97 16.00 172.46 291.96 243.30 16.39 175.84 303.46 252.88 16.78 179.51 315.31 262.76 17.17 183.17 327.54 272.94 17.56 186.82 340.14 283.45 17.95 190.45 353.14 294.28 18.34 194.08 366.53 305.44 18.73 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-193...

  • Page 318: Dcma Outputs

    – MAX VAL MIN VAL MAX VAL < 0.1 pu. The resulting characteristic is illustrated in the following figure. DRIVING SIGNAL MIN VAL MAX VAL 842739A1.CDR Figure 5–88: DCMA OUTPUT CHARACTERISTIC 5-194 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 319

    ------------------ - 161.66 kV, 254.03 kV (EQ 5.24) The base unit for voltage (refer to the FlexElements section in this chapter for additional details) is:  0.0664 kV 6024 400 kV (EQ 5.25) BASE GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-195...

  • Page 320

    254.03 kV 1.27 kV – • ±0.5% of reading For example, under nominal conditions, the positive-sequence reads 230.94 kV and the worst-case error is 0.005 x 230.94 kV + 1.27 kV = 2.42 kV. 5-196 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 321: Test Mode

    TEST MODE FORCING: MESSAGE The B30 provides a test facility to verify the functionality of contact inputs and outputs, some communication channels and the phasor measurement unit (where applicable), using simulated conditions. The test mode is indicated on the relay face- plate by a Test Mode LED indicator.

  • Page 322: Force Contact Inputs

    Following a restart, power up, settings TEST MODE FUNCTION upload, or firmware upgrade, the test mode will remain at the last programmed value. This allows a B30 that has been placed in isolated mode to remain isolated during testing and maintenance activities. On restart, the TEST MODE FORCING setting and the force contact input and force contact output settings all revert to their default states.

  • Page 323: Force Contact Outputs

    PUSHBUTTON 1 FUNCTION input 1 to initiate the Test mode, make the following changes in the menu:   SETTINGS TESTING TEST MODE “Enabled” and “ ” TEST MODE FUNCTION: TEST MODE INITIATE: GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 5-199...

  • Page 324

    5.10 TESTING 5 SETTINGS 5-200 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 325: Actual Values Menu

     IEC 61850 See page 6-9.  GOOSE UINTEGERS  EGD PROTOCOL See page 6-9.  STATUS  TELEPROT CH TESTS See page 6-10.   COMM STATUS See page 6-10.  REMAINING CONNECT GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 326

     FAULT REPORTS  EVENT RECORDS See page 6-18.   OSCILLOGRAPHY See page 6-18.   ACTUAL VALUES  MODEL INFORMATION See page 6-19.  PRODUCT INFO   FIRMWARE REVISIONS See page 6-19.  B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 327

    The state displayed will be that of the remote point unless the remote device has been established to be “Offline” in which case the value shown is the programmed default state for the remote input. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 328

    The present state of the contact outputs is shown here. The first line of a message display indicates the ID of the contact output. For example, ‘Cont Op 1’ refers to the contact output in terms of the default name-array index. The second line of the display indicates the logic state of the contact output. B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 329

    GSSE/GOOSE message, without a state change, is sent. When the GSSE/GOOSE message trasmits a state change, the resets to 0. This number rolls over to zero when a count of 4,294,967,295 is incre- SQNUM mented. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 330

    PATH: ACTUAL VALUES STATUS ETHERNET Range: Fail, OK  ETHERNET ETHERNET PRI LINK  STATUS: Fail Range: Fail, OK ETHERNET SEC LINK MESSAGE STATUS: Fail Range: Fail, OK ETHERNET TRD LINK MESSAGE STATUS: Fail B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 331: Real Time Clock Synchronizing

    PTP-— IRIG-B DELTA being received via PTP and that being received via IRIG-B. A positive value indicates that PTP time is fast compared to IRIG-B time. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 332: Direct Inputs

     STATUS STATUS: Offline Range: Offline, Online DIRECT DEVICE 2 MESSAGE STATUS: Offline  Range: Offline, Online DIRECT DEVICE 16 MESSAGE STATUS: Offline These actual values represent the state of direct devices 1 through 16. B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 333

    UINT INPUT 16 MESSAGE The B30 Bus Differential System is provided with optional IEC 61850 communications capability. This fea- ture is specified as a software option at the time of ordering. Refer to the Ordering section of chapter 2 for additional details.

  • Page 334: Teleprotection Channel Tests

    UR over Ethernet, the Modbus TCP status shows 3. If the EnerVista application is closed, the Modbus TCP status shows 4. Note that the maximum number of PMU TCP connections matches the number of aggregators. 6-10 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 335: Metering Conventions

      -- - V   -- - V   -- - V   -- - V   -- - V The above equations apply to currents as well. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 6-11...

  • Page 336

    The power system voltages are phase-referenced – for simplicity – to VAG and VAB, respectively. This, however, is a relative matter. It is important to remember that the B30 displays are always referenced as specified under SETTINGS ...

  • Page 337: Bus Zone

    Metered values presented for each source depend on the phase and auxiliary VTs and phase and ground CTs assignments for this particular source. For example, if no phase VT is assigned to this source, then any voltage, energy, and power val- ues will be unavailable. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 6-13...

  • Page 338

    The metered ground current values are displayed in this menu. The "SRC 1" text will be replaced by whatever name was programmed by the user for the associated source (see   SETTINGS SYSTEM SETUP SIGNAL SOURCES 6-14 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 339

    The metered auxiliary voltage values are displayed in this menu. The "SRC 1" text will be replaced by whatever name was programmed by the user for the associated source (see   SETTINGS SYSTEM SETUP SIGNAL SOURCES GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 6-15...

  • Page 340: Tracking Frequency

     I SOURCE POWER = maximum value of V for the +IN and –IN inputs BASE BASE BASE SOURCE VOLTAGE = maximum nominal primary RMS value of the +IN and –IN inputs BASE 6-16 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 341: Iec 61580 Goose Analog Values

    MESSAGE 0.000 The B30 Bus Differential System is provided with optional IEC 61850 communications capability. This fea- ture is specified as a software option at the time of ordering. Refer to the Ordering section of chapter 2 for additional details.

  • Page 342: User-programmable Fault Reports

    5 for additional details. A trigger can be forced here at any time by setting “Yes” to the command. Refer to the  FORCE TRIGGER? COMMANDS menu for information on clearing the oscillography records. CLEAR RECORDS 6-18 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 343: Model Information

    6.5PRODUCT INFORMATION 6.5.1 MODEL INFORMATION   PATH: ACTUAL VALUES PRODUCT INFO MODEL INFORMATION Range: standard GE Multilin order code format;  MODEL INFORMATION ORDER CODE LINE 1: example order code shown  B30-E00-HCL-F8H-H6A Range: standard GE Multilin order code format...

  • Page 344

    6.5 PRODUCT INFORMATION 6 ACTUAL VALUES 6-20 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 345

    The states of up to 64 virtual inputs are changed here. The first line of the display indicates the ID of the virtual input. The second line indicates the current or selected status of the virtual input. This status will be a state off (logic 0) or on (logic 1). GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 346: Clear Records

    “Yes” and pressing the ENTER key. The command setting will then automatically revert to “No”. The service command is activated by entering a numerical code and pressing the ENTER key. B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 347

    Various self-checking diagnostics are performed in the background while the B30 is running, and diagnostic information is stored on the non-volatile memory from time to time based on the self-checking result. Although the diagnostic information is cleared before the B30 is shipped from the factory, the user may want to clear the diagnostic information for themselves under certain circumstances.

  • Page 348: Targets Menu

    The critical fail relay on the power supply module is de-energized. • All other output relays are de-energized and are prevented from further operation. • The faceplate In Service LED indicator is turned off. • event is recorded. RELAY OUT OF SERVICE B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 349

    Contact Factory (xxx) • Latched target message: Yes. • Description of problem: One or more installed hardware modules is not compatible with the B30 order code. • How often the test is performed: Module dependent. • What to do: Contact the factory and supply the failure code noted in the display. The “xxx” text identifies the failed mod- ule (for example, F8L).

  • Page 350

    • What to do: Verify that all the items in the GOOSE data set are supported by the B30. The EnerVista UR Setup soft- ware will list the valid items. An IEC61850 client will also show which nodes are available for the B30.

  • Page 351

    Latched target message: No. • Description of problem: A data item in a configurable GOOSE data set is oscillating. • How often the test is performed: Upon scanning of each configurable GOOSE data set. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 352

    Description of problem: The ambient temperature is greater than the maximum operating temperature (+80°C). • How often the test is performed: Every hour. • What to do: Remove the B30 from service and install in a location that meets operating temperature standards. UNEXPECTED RESTART: Press “RESET” key •...

  • Page 353

    This self-test is initiated by low received signal levels at either the Brick or Process Card end, and by the sustained failure to receive poll responses from the proper Brick. Severity: This self-test error does not directly inhibit protection. However, the affected Brick inputs/outputs may not be avail- able to the UR-series device. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 354

    Brick output failing to respond to an output command can only be detected while the command is active, and so in this case the target is latched. A latched target can be unlatched by pressing the faceplate reset key if the command has ended, however the output may still be non-functional. 7-10 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 355

    To add user accounts: Select the Security > User Management menu item to open the user management window. Enter a username in the User field. The username must be 4 to 20 characters in length. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 356: Modifying User Privileges

    • The EnerVista security management system must be enabled To modify user privileges: Select the Security > User Management menu item to open the user management window. Locate the username in the User field. B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 357: Password Requirements

    Password must contain characters from all of the following four categories: - English uppercase characters (A through Z) - English lowercase characters (a through z) - Base 10 digits (0 through 9) - Non-alphabetic characters (for example, ~, !, @, #, $,%, &) GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 358

    (Administrator, Engineer, Supervisor, Observer, Operator) as login names and the associated passwords are stored on the UR device. As such, when using the local accounts, access is not user-attributable. B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 359

    > Product Setup > Security, accessible from the top-level menu. NOTE No password or security information are displayed in plain text by the EnerVista software or UR device, nor are they ever transmitted without cryptographic protection. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 360: Security Menu

    This setting must following (Shared) Secret meet the CyberSentry password password requirements. section for requirements RADIUS Authentication method used by RADIUS EAP-TTLS EAP-TTLS EAP-TTLS Administrator Authentication server. Currently fixed to EAP-TTLS. Method B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 361

    See the Change Text The specified role protected. All RADIUS users are password- following following Me1# and Administrator, protected. password password except for section for section for Supervisor, where requirements requireme it is only itself GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 362

    |--------------- Oscillography |--------------- Data Logger |--------------- Demand User Programmable |--------------- LEDs User Programmable |--------------- self test |--------------- Control Pushbuttons User programmable |--------------- Pushbuttons |--------------- Flex states User definable dis- |--------------- plays |--------------- Direct I/O B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 363

    |------------ Clear Records |------------ Set date and time User Displays Targets Actual Values |------------ Front Panel Labels Designer |------------ Status |------------ Metereing |------------ Transducer I/O |------------ Records |------------ Product Info Maintenance |------------ Modbus Analyzer GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 364

    Remote user IDs must reside on an external RADIUS server, and must be provided with the requisite user role (see the fol- lowing example). Users are specified in the RADIUS server configuration file for users. Roles are specified in the RADIUS server dictionary. Example: In the file ‘users’: exampleusername User-Password == "examplepassword" 8-10 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 365: Bus Differential Protection

    9 THEORY OF OPERATION 9.1INTRODUCTION 9.1.1 BUS DIFFERENTIAL PROTECTION Referring to the figure below, input currents defining (through the dynamic bus replica) the bus differential zone are received by the B30 from current transformers (CTs) associated with the power system. Measuring Unit Unbiased Differential...

  • Page 366: Dynamic Bus Replica Mechanism

    9.2.1 DYNAMIC BUS REPLICA MECHANISM The B30 provides protection for one bus differential zone. The bus differential zone of the B30 allows for protecting bus sections that include circuits that are switchable between different bus sections. Proper relay operation is achieved by associating a status signal with each input current.

  • Page 367: Ct Ratio Matching

    9.2.2 CT RATIO MATCHING The B30 allows for using CTs with various rated secondary currents and transformation ratios. Scaling to a common base is performed internally by the relay. The maximum allowable ratio mismatch is 32:1. For proper setting of the differential char- acteristic, it is imperative to understand the common base used by the relay.

  • Page 368: Biased Differential Characteristic

    Figure 9–3: BIASED OPERATING CHARACTERISTIC The higher slope used by the B30 acts as an actual percentage bias regardless of the value of the restraining signal. This is so because the boundary of the operating characteristic in the higher slope region is a straight line intersecting the origin of the ‘differential - restraining’...

  • Page 369: Differential And Restraining Currents

    ) should be set not higher than HIGH BPNT 5000A : 1000A = 5 pu (1000A is the base unit; see page 8–2 for the example). The same approach applies to the setting of the lower breakpoint, LOW BPNT GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 370: Enhanced Security

    9 THEORY OF OPERATION 9.3.3 ENHANCED SECURITY In order to enhance the performance of the B30, the differential characteristic is divided into two regions having diverse operating modes as shown in following diagram. The first region applies to comparatively low differential currents and has been introduced to deal with CT saturation on low- current external faults.

  • Page 371: Current Directional Protection

    9.4.1 CURRENT DIRECTIONAL PROTECTION For better security, the B30 uses the current directional protection principle to dynamically supervise the main current differ- ential function. The directional principle is in effect permanently for low differential currents (Region 1 in Figure 0–1: Two Regions of Differential Characteristic) and is switched on dynamically for large differential currents (Region 2 in the same figure) by the saturation detector (see Section 9.5: Saturation Detector) upon detecting CT saturation.

  • Page 372: Ct Saturation Detection

    9.5.1 CT SATURATION DETECTION The saturation detector of the B30 takes advantage of the fact that any CT operates correctly for a short period of time even under very large primary currents that would subsequently cause a very deep saturation. As a result of that, in the case of an external fault, the differential current stays very low during the initial period of linear operation of the CTs while the restraining signal develops rapidly.

  • Page 373: Output Logic

    Figure 8-10 presents the bus currents and the most important logic signals for the case of an external fault. Despite very fast and severe CT saturation, the B30 remains stable. Figure 8-11 presents the same signals but for the case of an internal fault. The B30 trips in 10 ms (fast form-C output con- tact).

  • Page 374

    9.6 OUTPUT LOGIC AND EXAMPLES 9 THEORY OF OPERATION Figure 9–10: EXTERNAL FAULT EXAMPLE 9-10 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 375

    9 THEORY OF OPERATION 9.6 OUTPUT LOGIC AND EXAMPLES Figure 9–11: INTERNAL FAULT EXAMPLE GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 9-11...

  • Page 376

    9.6 OUTPUT LOGIC AND EXAMPLES 9 THEORY OF OPERATION 9-12 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 377

    It is also assumed that the CTs have been selected without considering a B30 application, but the B30 settings are to be calculated for proper relay application. The CT data used in this example are kept to a minimum and in a generic form. The CT data does not reflect any particular notation or national standards.

  • Page 378

    Table 10–2: BASIC CT DATA RATIO () LEADS (M) CTSEC CT-1 600:5 0.34 CT-2 600:5 0.34 CT-3 1200:5 0.64 CT-4 1000:5 0.54 CT-5, CT-6 1000:5 0.54 CT-7, CT-8 1200:5 0.64 836732A4.CDR Figure 10–2: APPROXIMATE CT MAGNETIZING CHARACTERISTICS 10-2 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 379

    To provide the bus differential zoning as shown in the figures, eight currents need to be measured. Consequently, the pro- tection cannot be accomplished by one B30. However, as each bus has not more than six connections, two B30s can be used.

  • Page 380: South Bus Zone

    CT-6 and CT-7. The South bus protection should operate the following breakers: B-2 (if S-2 closed), B-3 (if S-4 closed), B-4 (if S-6 closed), B-6 and B-7. Consequently, the second B30 for the South bus should be wired and configured as follows: •...

  • Page 381

    Assuming 0.003 /m lead resistance and approximating the B30 input resistance for the 5A input CTs as 0.2 VA / (5 A) 0.008 , the limits of the linear operation of the CTs have been calculated and presented in the Limits of Linear Operations of the CTs table.

  • Page 382: Low Breakpoint

    A combination of very high residual magnetism and a DC component with a long time constant may saturate a given CT even with the AC current below the suggested value of the lower breakpoint. The relay copes with this threat by using a 2- out-of-2 operating mode for low differential currents. 10-6 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 383

    Table 10–4: EXTERNAL FAULT CALCULATIONS ON C-1 (KA) (A SEC) (MS) (MS) FAULT FAULT SATURATION SATURATION CT-1 14.0 116.67 CT-2 0.00 CT-3 25.00 CT-4 25.00 15.19 CT-6 15.00 35.25 CT-7, CT-8 14.0 58.33 4.70 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 10-7...

  • Page 384: External Faults On C-2

    Table 10–6: CALCULATIONS FOR THE EXTERNAL FAULTS ON C-3 (KA) (A SEC) (MS) (MS) FAULT FAULT SATURATION SATURATION CT-1 0.00 CT-2 0.00 CT-3 33.33 11.18 CT-4 25.00 15.19 CT-6 15.00 35.25 CT-7, CT-8 33.33 11.18 10-8 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 385: External Faults On C-4

    Table 10–8: EXTERNAL FAULT CALCULATIONS ON C-5 (KA) (A SEC) (MS) (MS) FAULT FAULT SATURATION SATURATION CT-1 0.00 CT-2 0.00 CT-3 25.00 CT-4 25.00 15.19 CT-5 11.0 55.00 4.83 CT-7, CT-8 11.0 45.83 7.16 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 10-9...

  • Page 386

    HIGH BPNT 8.96 None of the CTs will saturate for ac currents below 8.96 pu. The dc component, however, may saturate some CTs even for currents below 8.96 pu. The B30 copes with saturation using the current directional principle. HIGH SET 5.94...

  • Page 387: Using Setting Groups

    CTs in any particular bus configuration. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System 10-11...

  • Page 388

    10.6 ENHANCING RELAY PERFORMANCE 10 APPLICATION OF SETTINGS 10-12 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 389: A.1.1 Flexanalog Items

    SRC 2 In RMS Amps Source 2 neutral current RMS 6216 SRC 2 Ia Mag Amps Source 2 phase A current magnitude 6218 SRC 2 Ia Angle Degrees Source 2 phase A current angle GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 390

    SRC 4 Ia Mag Amps Source 4 phase A current magnitude 6346 SRC 4 Ia Angle Degrees Source 4 phase A current angle 6347 SRC 4 Ib Mag Amps Source 4 phase B current magnitude B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 391

    SRC 6 Ia Angle Degrees Source 6 phase A current angle 6475 SRC 6 Ib Mag Amps Source 6 phase B current magnitude 6477 SRC 6 Ib Angle Degrees Source 6 phase B current angle GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 392

    SRC 2 Vcg RMS Volts Source 2 phase CG voltage RMS 6726 SRC 2 Vag Mag Volts Source 2 phase AG voltage magnitude 6728 SRC 2 Vag Angle Degrees Source 2 phase AG voltage angle B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 393

    Source 3 zero-sequence voltage magnitude 6821 SRC 3 V_0 Angle Degrees Source 3 zero-sequence voltage angle 6822 SRC 3 V_1 Mag Volts Source 3 positive-sequence voltage magnitude 6824 SRC 3 V_1 Angle Degrees Source 3 positive-sequence voltage angle GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 394

    SRC 5 Vbc Angle Degrees Source 5 phase BC voltage angle 6939 SRC 5 Vca Mag Volts Source 5 phase CA voltage magnitude 6941 SRC 5 Vca Angle Degrees Source 5 phase CA voltage angle B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 395

    Bus 1 Diff B Mag Amps Bus differential current phase B magnitude 9477 Bus 1 Diff B Ang Degrees Bus differential current phase B angle 9478 Bus 1 Diff C Mag Amps Bus differential current phase C magnitude GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 396

    RTD input 11 actual value 13563 RTD Inputs 12 Value RTD input 12 actual value 13564 RTD Inputs 13 Value RTD input 13 actual value 13565 RTD Inputs 14 Value RTD input 14 actual value B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 397

    FlexElement 4 actual value 39176 FlexElement 5 Value FlexElement 5 actual value 39178 FlexElement 6 Value FlexElement 6 actual value 39180 FlexElement 7 Value FlexElement 7 actual value 39182 FlexElement 8 Value FlexElement 8 actual value GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 398: A.1.2 Flexinteger Items

    IEC61850 GOOSE UInteger input 6 9980 GOOSE UInt Input 7 IEC61850 GOOSE UInteger input 7 9982 GOOSE UInt Input 8 IEC61850 GOOSE UInteger input 8 9984 GOOSE UInt Input 9 IEC61850 GOOSE UInteger input 9 A-10 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 399

    IEC61850 GOOSE UInteger input 13 9994 GOOSE UInt Input 14 IEC61850 GOOSE UInteger input 14 9996 GOOSE UInt Input 15 IEC61850 GOOSE UInteger input 15 9998 GOOSE UInt Input 16 IEC61850 GOOSE UInteger input 16 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System A-11...

  • Page 400

    A.1 PARAMETER LISTS APPENDIX A A-12 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 401: B.1.1 Introduction

    Broadcast mode is only recognized when associated with function code 05h. For any other function code, a packet with broadcast mode slave address 0 will be ignored. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 402: B.1.4 Crc-16 Algorithm

    No: go to 8; Yes: G (+) A --> A and continue. Is j = 8? No: go to 5; Yes: continue i + 1 --> i Is i = N? No: go to 3; Yes: continue A --> CRC B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 403: B.2.1 Supported Function Codes

    125. See the Modbus memory map table for exact details on the data registers. Since some PLC implementations of Modbus only support one of function codes 03h and 04h. The B30 interpretation allows either function code to be used for reading one or more consecutive data registers.

  • Page 404: B.2.3 Execute Operation (function Code 05h)

    DATA STARTING ADDRESS - low DATA STARTING ADDRESS - low DATA - high DATA - high DATA - low DATA - low CRC - low CRC - low CRC - high CRC - high B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 405: B.2.5 Store Multiple Settings (function Code 10h)

    PACKET FORMAT EXAMPLE (HEX) SLAVE ADDRESS SLAVE ADDRESS FUNCTION CODE FUNCTION CODE CRC - low order byte ERROR CODE CRC - high order byte CRC - low order byte CRC - high order byte GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 406: B.3.1 Obtaining Relay Files Via Modbus

    Cleared Date to the present date and time. To read binary COMTRADE oscillography files, read the following filenames: OSCnnnn.CFG and OSCnnn.DAT Replace “nnn” with the desired oscillography trigger number. For ASCII format, use the following file names OSCAnnnn.CFG and OSCAnnn.DAT B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 407: B.3.2 Modbus Password Operation

    When entering a settings or command password via EnerVista or any serial interface, the user must enter the correspond- ing connection password. If the connection is to the back of the B30, the remote password must be used. If the connection is to the RS232 port of the faceplate, the local password must be used.

  • Page 408: B.4.1 Modbus Memory Map

    0 (Off) 0410 Virtual Input 17 State 0 to 1 F108 0 (Off) 0411 Virtual Input 18 State 0 to 1 F108 0 (Off) 0412 Virtual Input 19 State 0 to 1 F108 0 (Off) B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 409

    Virtual Input 64 State 0 to 1 F108 0 (Off) Digital Counter States (Read Only Non-Volatile) (8 modules) 0800 Digital Counter 1 Value -2147483647 to F004 2147483647 0802 Digital Counter 1 Frozen -2147483647 to F004 2147483647 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 410

    Direct inputs/outputs unreturned message count - 0 to 65535 F001 Ch. 1 15CB Direct inputs/outputs unreturned message count - 0 to 65535 F001 Ch. 2 15D0 Direct device states 0 to 65535 F500 B-10 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 411

    Source 1 Phase C Current RMS 0 to 999999.999 0.001 F060 1806 Source 1 Neutral Current RMS 0 to 999999.999 0.001 F060 1808 Source 1 Phase A Current Magnitude 0 to 999999.999 0.001 F060 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-11...

  • Page 412

    Source 1 Zero Sequence Voltage Magnitude 0 to 999999.999 0.001 F060 1A25 Source 1 Zero Sequence Voltage Angle -359.9 to 0 degrees F002 1A26 Source 1 Positive Sequence Voltage Magnitude 0 to 999999.999 0.001 F060 B-12 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 413

    F060 2508 Bus Differential IC Angle -359.9 to 0 degrees F002 2509 Bus Differential Rest IA Magnitude 0 to 999999.999 0.001 F060 250B Bus Differential Rest IA Angle -359.9 to 0 degrees F002 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-13...

  • Page 414

    0 to 4294967295 F003 2708 IEC 61850 received uinteger 13 0 to 4294967295 F003 270A IEC 61850 received uinteger 14 0 to 4294967295 F003 270C IEC 61850 received uinteger 15 0 to 4294967295 F003 B-14 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 415

    0 to 1 F102 0 (Disabled) Security (Read Only) 32C9 Operator alphanumeric password status 0 to 1 F102 0 (Disabled) Security (Read Only) 32DE Observer alphanumeric password status 0 to 1 F102 0 (Disabled) GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-15...

  • Page 416

    DCMA Inputs 9 Value -9999999 to 9999999 F004 34D2 DCMA Inputs 10 Value -9999999 to 9999999 F004 34D4 DCMA Inputs 11 Value -9999999 to 9999999 F004 34D6 DCMA Inputs 12 Value -9999999 to 9999999 F004 B-16 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 417

    -32768 to 32767 °C F002 3511 RTD Input 34 Value -32768 to 32767 °C F002 3512 RTD Input 35 Value -32768 to 32767 °C F002 3513 RTD Input 36 Value -32768 to 32767 °C F002 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-17...

  • Page 418

    0 to 100 F073 3764 Real Time Clock Accuracy 0 to 999999999 F003 3766 PTP Port 1 State (3 items) 0 to 4 F625 0 (Disabled) 3769 RTC Offset 0 to 999999999 F004 B-18 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 419

    1 to 24000 F060 38A1 ...Repeated for module number 2 38B2 ...Repeated for module number 3 38C3 ...Repeated for module number 4 38D4 ...Repeated for module number 5 38E5 ...Repeated for module number 6 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-19...

  • Page 420

    Field Unit Shared Inputs (Read/Write Setting) (16 modules) 3B00 Field Shared Input 1 ID 0 to 65535 F205 "SI 1" 3B06 Field Shared Input 1 Unit Origin 1 0 to 8 F256 0 (none) B-20 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 421

    Field Shared Output 1 Channel Dest 1 0 to 15 F001 3E3A Field Shared Output 1 Unit Dest 2 0 to 8 F256 0 (none) 3E3B Field Shared Output 1 Channel Dest 2 1 to 15 F001 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-21...

  • Page 422

    0 to 3 F243 0 (CC-05) 3FC0 Field Unit 1 Status 0 to 4 F262 0 (Disabled) 3FC1 ...Repeated for Field Unit 2 3FCA ...Repeated for Field Unit 3 3FD3 ...Repeated for Field Unit 4 B-22 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 423

    0 to 4294967295 F003 56554706 4089 IP Subnet Mask 0 to 4294967295 F003 4294966272 408B Port 1 Gateway IP Address 0 to 4294967295 F003 56554497 4097 Undefined 0 to 1 F102 0 (Disabled) GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-23...

  • Page 424

    30000 40EA IEC 60870-5-104 energy default threshold 0 to 100000000 F003 30000 40EC IEC 60870-5-104 power default threshold 0 to1 0.01 F001 40EE IEC 60870-5-104 other default threshold 0 to 100000000 F003 30000 B-24 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 425

    Time Zone Offset from UTC –24 to 24 hours F002 41A9 Daylight Savings Time (DST) Function 0 to 1 F102 0 (Disabled) 41AA Daylight Savings Time (DST) Start Month 0 to 11 F237 0 (January) GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-25...

  • Page 426

    ...Repeated for User-Programmable LED 22 4302 ...Repeated for User-Programmable LED 23 4305 ...Repeated for User-Programmable LED 24 4308 ...Repeated for User-Programmable LED 25 430B ...Repeated for User-Programmable LED 26 430E ...Repeated for User-Programmable LED 27 B-26 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 427

    0 (1 A) 4484 ...Repeated for CT Bank 2 4488 ...Repeated for CT Bank 3 448C ...Repeated for CT Bank 4 4490 ...Repeated for CT Bank 5 4494 ...Repeated for CT Bank 6 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-27...

  • Page 428

    0 to 4294967295 F300 47F0 Breaker 1 phase C opened 0 to 4294967295 F300 47F2 Breaker 1 operate time 0 to 65.535 0.001 F001 47F3 Breaker 1 events 0 to 1 F102 0 (Disabled) B-28 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 429

    4E14 Raw Field Data AC7 Angle 0 to 0.01 degree F002 4E15 Raw Field Data AC8 Mag 0 to 0.001 0.001 F003 4E17 Raw Field Data AC8 Angle 0 to 0.01 degree F002 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-29...

  • Page 430

    ...Repeated for RTD Input 14 5518 ...Repeated for RTD Input 15 552C ...Repeated for RTD Input 16 5540 ...Repeated for RTD Input 17 5554 ...Repeated for RTD Input 18 5568 ...Repeated for RTD Input 19 B-30 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 431

    ...Repeated for FlexLogic Timer 11 5858 ...Repeated for FlexLogic Timer 12 5860 ...Repeated for FlexLogic Timer 13 5868 ...Repeated for FlexLogic Timer 14 5870 ...Repeated for FlexLogic Timer 15 5878 ...Repeated for FlexLogic Timer 16 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-31...

  • Page 432

    0 (Self-reset) 5A0C Phase Instantaneous Overcurrent 1 Events 0 to 1 F102 0 (Disabled) 5A0D Reserved (6 items) 0 to 1 F001 5A13 ...Repeated for Phase Instantaneous Overcurrent 5A26 ...Repeated for Phase Instantaneous Overcurrent B-32 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 433

    ...Repeated for Neutral Instantaneous Overcurrent 5C55 ...Repeated for Neutral Instantaneous Overcurrent 5C66 ...Repeated for Neutral Instantaneous Overcurrent 5C77 ...Repeated for Neutral Instantaneous Overcurrent 5C88 ...Repeated for Neutral Instantaneous Overcurrent 5C99 ...Repeated for Neutral Instantaneous Overcurrent GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-33...

  • Page 434

    ...Repeated for Ground Instantaneous Overcurrent 5E06 ...Repeated for Ground Instantaneous Overcurrent 5E17 ...Repeated for Ground Instantaneous Overcurrent 5E28 ...Repeated for Ground Instantaneous Overcurrent 5E39 ...Repeated for Ground Instantaneous Overcurrent 5E4A ...Repeated for Ground Instantaneous Overcurrent B-34 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 435

    Phase Undervoltage 1 Function 0 to 1 F102 0 (Disabled) 7001 Phase Undervoltage 1 Signal Source 0 to 5 F167 0 (SRC 1) 7002 Phase Undervoltage 1 Pickup 0 to 3 0.001 F001 1000 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-35...

  • Page 436

    0 to 1000 min. F001 778F Thermal Protection 1 Reset 0 to 4294967295 F300 7791 Thermal Protection 1 Block 0 to 4294967295 F300 7793 Thermal Protection 1 Target 0 to 2 F109 0 (Self-reset) B-36 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 437

    0.01 F001 7F04 Neutral Overvoltage 1 Reset Delay 0 to 600 0.01 F001 7F05 Neutral Overvoltage 1 Block 0 to 4294967295 F300 7F07 Neutral Overvoltage 1 Target 0 to 2 F109 0 (Self-reset) GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-37...

  • Page 438

    Reserved (80 items) F001 EGD Slow Production (Read/Write Setting) (2 modules) 8468 EGD Slow Producer Exchange 1 Function 0 to 1 F102 0 (Disabled) 8469 EGD Fast Producer Exchange 1 Destination 0 to 4294967295 F003 B-38 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 439

    FlexState Parameters (256 items) 0 to 4294967295 F300 Digital Elements (Read/Write Setting) (48 modules) 8A00 Digital Element 1 Function 0 to 1 F102 0 (Disabled) 8A01 Digital Element 1 Name F203 “Dig Element 1“ GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-39...

  • Page 440

    ...Repeated for Digital Element 37 8D2E ...Repeated for Digital Element 38 8D44 ...Repeated for Digital Element 39 8D5A ...Repeated for Digital Element 40 8D70 ...Repeated for Digital Element 41 8D86 ...Repeated for Digital Element 42 B-40 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 441

    ...Repeated for FlexElement 5 9069 ...Repeated for FlexElement 6 907E ...Repeated for FlexElement 7 9093 ...Repeated for FlexElement 8 90A8 ...Repeated for FlexElement 9 90BD ...Repeated for FlexElement 10 90D2 ...Repeated for FlexElement 11 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-41...

  • Page 442

    ...Repeated for Direct Input/Output 9 946C ...Repeated for Direct Input/Output 10 9478 ...Repeated for Direct Input/Output 11 9484 ...Repeated for Direct Input/Output 12 9490 ...Repeated for Direct Input/Output 13 949C ...Repeated for Direct Input/Output 14 B-42 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 443

    FlexElement 4 Actual -2147483.647 to 0.001 F004 2147483.647 9908 FlexElement 5 Actual -2147483.647 to 0.001 F004 2147483.647 990A FlexElement 6 Actual -2147483.647 to 0.001 F004 2147483.647 990C FlexElement 7 Actual -2147483.647 to 0.001 F004 2147483.647 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-43...

  • Page 444

    0 to 1 F102 0 (Disabled) A294 Reserved (10 items) F001 A29E ...Repeated for Selector 2 Digital Counter (Read/Write Setting) (8 modules) A300 Digital Counter 1 Function 0 to 1 F102 0 (Disabled) B-44 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 445

    ...Repeated for Non-Volatile Latch 15 A7B4 ...Repeated for Non-Volatile Latch 16 IEC 61850 received analog settings (read/write) (32 modules) AA00 IEC 61850 GOOSE analog 1 default value –1000000 to 1000000 0.001 F060 1000 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-45...

  • Page 446

    0 to 65534 F206 (none) AB33 IEC 61850 logical node PIOCx name prefix (72 0 to 65534 F206 (none) items) AC0B IEC 61850 logical node PTOCx name prefix (24 0 to 65534 F206 (none) items) B-46 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 447

    ...Repeated for IEC 61850 GGIO4 analog input 14 AF72 ...Repeated for IEC 61850 GGIO4 analog input 15 AF79 ...Repeated for IEC 61850 GGIO4 analog input 16 AF80 ...Repeated for IEC 61850 GGIO4 analog input 17 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-47...

  • Page 448

    IEC 61850 MMXU PPV.phsBC Deadband 1 0.001 to 100 0.001 F003 10000 B0CE IEC 61850 MMXU PPV.phsCA Deadband 1 0.001 to 100 0.001 F003 10000 B0D0 IEC 61850 MMXU PhV.phsADeadband 1 0.001 to 100 0.001 F003 10000 B-48 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 449

    ...Repeated for Received Analog 20 B238 ...Repeated for Received Analog 21 B23A ...Repeated for Received Analog 22 B23C ...Repeated for Received Analog 23 B23E ...Repeated for Received Analog 24 B240 ...Repeated for Received Analog 25 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-49...

  • Page 450

    ...Repeated for Module 3 B960 ...Repeated for Module 4 B980 ...Repeated for Module 5 B9A0 ...Repeated for Module 6 B9C0 ...Repeated for Module 7 B9E0 ...Repeated for Module 8 BA00 ...Repeated for Module 9 B-50 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 451

    ...Repeated for Contact Input 34 BC10 ...Repeated for Contact Input 35 BC18 ...Repeated for Contact Input 36 BC20 ...Repeated for Contact Input 37 BC28 ...Repeated for Contact Input 38 BC30 ...Repeated for Contact Input 39 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-51...

  • Page 452

    ...Repeated for Contact Input 83 BD98 ...Repeated for Contact Input 84 BDA0 ...Repeated for Contact Input 85 BDA8 ...Repeated for Contact Input 86 BDB0 ...Repeated for Contact Input 87 BDB8 ...Repeated for Contact Input 88 B-52 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 453

    ...Repeated for Virtual Input 29 BF8C ...Repeated for Virtual Input 30 BF98 ...Repeated for Virtual Input 31 BFA4 ...Repeated for Virtual Input 32 BFB0 ...Repeated for Virtual Input 33 BFBC ...Repeated for Virtual Input 34 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-53...

  • Page 454

    ...Repeated for Virtual Output 11 C188 ...Repeated for Virtual Output 12 C190 ...Repeated for Virtual Output 13 C198 ...Repeated for Virtual Output 14 C1A0 ...Repeated for Virtual Output 15 C1A8 ...Repeated for Virtual Output 16 B-54 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 455

    ...Repeated for Virtual Output 60 C310 ...Repeated for Virtual Output 61 C318 ...Repeated for Virtual Output 62 C320 ...Repeated for Virtual Output 63 C328 ...Repeated for Virtual Output 64 C330 ...Repeated for Virtual Output 65 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-55...

  • Page 456

    Clear Event Records operand 0 to 4294967295 F300 C456 Clear Oscillography operand 0 to 4294967295 F300 C46C Clear Unauthorized Access operand 0 to 4294967295 F300 C470 Clear Platform Direct Input/Output Statistics 0 to 4294967295 F300 operand B-56 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 457

    ...Repeated for Control Pushbutton 7 Force Contact Inputs/Outputs (Read/Write Settings) C7A0 0 to 2 F144 0 (Disabled) Force Contact Input State (96 items) C800 0 to 3 F131 0 (Disabled) Force Contact Output State (64 items) GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-57...

  • Page 458

    Direct I/O Channel 1 CRC Alarm Message Count 100 to 10000 F001 CAD2 Direct Input/Output Channel 1 CRC Alarm 1 to 1000 F001 Threshold CAD3 Direct Input/Output Channel 1 CRC Alarm Events 0 to 1 F102 0 (Disabled) B-58 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 459

    ...Repeated for Device 17 CD75 ...Repeated for Device 18 CD9A ...Repeated for Device 19 CDBF ...Repeated for Device 20 CDE4 ...Repeated for Device 21 CE09 ...Repeated for Device 22 CE2E ...Repeated for Device 23 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-59...

  • Page 460

    ...Repeated for Remote Input 30 D0CC ...Repeated for Remote Input 31 D0D6 ...Repeated for Remote Input 32 D0E0 ...Repeated for Remote Input 33 D0EA ...Repeated for Remote Input 34 D0F4 ...Repeated for Remote Input 35 B-60 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 461

    ...Repeated for Remote Output 12 D250 ...Repeated for Remote Output 13 D254 ...Repeated for Remote Output 14 D258 ...Repeated for Remote Output 15 D25C ...Repeated for Remote Output 16 D260 ...Repeated for Remote Output 17 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-61...

  • Page 462

    ...Repeated for Remote Output 26 D308 ...Repeated for Remote Output 27 D30C ...Repeated for Remote Output 28 D310 ...Repeated for Remote Output 29 D314 ...Repeated for Remote Output 30 D318 ...Repeated for Remote Output 31 B-62 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 463

    IEC 61850 GGIO2.CF.SPCSO44.ctlModel Value 0 to 2 F001 D34C IEC 61850 GGIO2.CF.SPCSO45.ctlModel Value 0 to 2 F001 D34D IEC 61850 GGIO2.CF.SPCSO46.ctlModel Value 0 to 2 F001 D34E IEC 61850 GGIO2.CF.SPCSO47.ctlModel Value 0 to 2 F001 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-63...

  • Page 464

    ...Repeated for Remote Device 25 D3E4 ...Repeated for Remote Device 26 D3E8 ...Repeated for Remote Device 27 D3EC ...Repeated for Remote Device 28 D3F0 ...Repeated for Remote Device 29 D3F4 ...Repeated for Remote Device 30 B-64 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 465

    ...Repeated for Contact Output 35 DE9D ...Repeated for Contact Output 36 DEAC ...Repeated for Contact Output 37 DEBB ...Repeated for Contact Output 38 DECA ...Repeated for Contact Output 39 DED9 ...Repeated for Contact Output 40 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-65...

  • Page 466

    ...Repeated for dcmA Inputs 13 E147 ...Repeated for dcmA Inputs 14 E15A ...Repeated for dcmA Inputs 15 E16D ...Repeated for dcmA Inputs 16 E180 ...Repeated for dcmA Inputs 17 E193 ...Repeated for dcmA Inputs 18 B-66 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 467

    Setting file template values (read only) ED00 FlexLogic displays active 0 to 1 F102 1 (Enabled) ED01 Undefined F205 (none) ED07 Last settings change date 0 to 4294967295 F050 ED09 Template bitmask (750 items) 0 to 65535 F001 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-67...

  • Page 468: B.4.2 Data Formats

    ENUMERATION: DIGITAL INPUT DEFAULT STATE 0 = Off, 1 = On, 2= Latest/Off, 3 = Latest/On F050 UR_UINT32 TIME and DATE (UNSIGNED 32 BIT INTEGER) Gives the current time in seconds elapsed since 00:00:00 January 1, 1970. B-68 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 469

    0 = 172 cycles, 1 = 336 cycles, 2 = 718 cycles, 3 = 159 cycles F108 F118 ENUMERATION: OFF/ON ENUMERATION: OSCILLOGRAPHY MODE 0 = Off, 1 = On 0 = Automatic Overwrite, 1 = Protected GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-69...

  • Page 470

    FlexElement 1 Phase Time Overcurrent 1 FlexElement 2 Phase Time Overcurrent 2 FlexElement 3 Phase Directional Overcurrent 1 FlexElement 4 Phase Directional Overcurrent 2 FlexElement 5 Neutral Instantaneous Overcurrent 1 FlexElement 6 B-70 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 471

    RTD Input 21 Digital Element 23 RTD Input 22 Digital Element 24 RTD Input 23 Digital Element 25 RTD Input 24 Digital Element 26 RTD Input 25 Digital Element 27 RTD Input 26 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-71...

  • Page 472

    Disconnect switch 9 Disconnect switch 10 F131 Disconnect switch 11 ENUMERATION: FORCED CONTACT OUTPUT STATE Disconnect switch 12 Disconnect switch 13 0 = Disabled, 1 = Energized, 2 = De-energized, 3 = Freeze B-72 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 473

    Port 5 Offline FGM Failure Port 6 Offline FGM Failure RRTD Communications Failure FGM Failure Voltage Monitor FGM Error FlexLogic Error Token Maintenance Alert Equipment Mismatch PHY Monitor Process Bus Failure Storage Media Alarm GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-73...

  • Page 474

    4 = Group 4, 5 = Group 5, 6 = Group 6 Reboot Command Led Test Initiated F155 Flash Programming ENUMERATION: REMOTE DEVICE STATE Fault Report Trigger User Programmable Fault Report Trigger 0 = Offline, 1 = Online B-74 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 475

    0 = A, 1 = B, 2 = C ENUMERATION: AUXILIARY VT CONNECTION TYPE 0 = Vn, 1 = Vag, 2 = Vbg, 3 = Vcg, 4 = Vab, 5 = Vbc, 6 = Vca GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-75...

  • Page 476

    F185 F200 ENUMERATION: PHASE A,B,C, GROUND SELECTOR TEXT40: 40-CHARACTER ASCII TEXT 0 = A, 1 = B, 2 = C, 3 = G 20 registers, 16 Bits: 1st Char MSB, 2nd Char. LSB B-76 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 477

    MMXU1.MX.PPV.phsBC.cVal.mag.f value priority MMXU1.MX.PPV.phsBC.cVal.ang.f Disabled MMXU1.MX.PPV.phsCA.cVal.mag.f Normal MMXU1.MX.PPV.phsCA.cVal.ang.f High Priority MMXU1.MX.PhV.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU1.MX.PhV.phsA.cVal.ang.f F222 MMXU1.MX.PhV.phsB.cVal.mag.f ENUMERATION: TEST ENUMERATION MMXU1.MX.PhV.phsB.cVal.ang.f 0 = Test Enumeration 0, 1 = Test Enumeration 1 MMXU1.MX.PhV.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU1.MX.PhV.phsC.cVal.ang.f MMXU1.MX.A.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU1.MX.A.phsA.cVal.ang.f MMXU1.MX.A.phsB.cVal.mag.f GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-77...

  • Page 478

    MMXU3.MX.PF.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU2.MX.A.phsB.cVal.ang.f MMXU3.MX.PF.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU2.MX.A.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.TotW.mag.f MMXU2.MX.A.phsC.cVal.ang.f MMXU4.MX.TotVAr.mag.f MMXU2.MX.A.neut.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.TotVA.mag.f MMXU2.MX.A.neut.cVal.ang.f MMXU4.MX.TotPF.mag.f MMXU2.MX.W.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.Hz.mag.f MMXU2.MX.W.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PPV.phsAB.cVal.mag.f MMXU2.MX.W.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PPV.phsAB.cVal.ang.f MMXU2.MX.VAr.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PPV.phsBC.cVal.mag.f MMXU2.MX.VAr.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PPV.phsBC.cVal.ang.f MMXU2.MX.VAr.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PPV.phsCA.cVal.mag.f MMXU2.MX.VA.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PPV.phsCA.cVal.ang.f MMXU2.MX.VA.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PhV.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU2.MX.VA.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PhV.phsA.cVal.ang.f MMXU2.MX.PF.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PhV.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU2.MX.PF.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PhV.phsB.cVal.ang.f B-78 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

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    MMXU6.MX.VAr.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU5.MX.PhV.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU6.MX.VA.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU5.MX.PhV.phsC.cVal.ang.f MMXU6.MX.VA.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU5.MX.A.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU6.MX.VA.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU5.MX.A.phsA.cVal.ang.f MMXU6.MX.PF.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU5.MX.A.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU6.MX.PF.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU5.MX.A.phsB.cVal.ang.f MMXU6.MX.PF.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU5.MX.A.phsC.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn1.mag.f MMXU5.MX.A.phsC.cVal.ang.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn2.mag.f MMXU5.MX.A.neut.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn3.mag.f MMXU5.MX.A.neut.cVal.ang.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn4.mag.f MMXU5.MX.W.phsA.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn5.mag.f MMXU5.MX.W.phsB.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn6.mag.f MMXU5.MX.W.phsC.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn7.mag.f MMXU5.MX.VAr.phsA.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn8.mag.f MMXU5.MX.VAr.phsB.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn9.mag.f MMXU5.MX.VAr.phsC.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn10.mag.f GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-79...

  • Page 480

    GGIO5.ST.UIntIn8.q GGIO3.MX.AnIn23.mag.f GGIO5.ST.UIntIn8.stVal GGIO3.MX.AnIn24.mag.f GGIO5.ST.UIntIn9.q GGIO3.MX.AnIn25.mag.f GGIO5.ST.UIntIn9.stVal GGIO3.MX.AnIn26.mag.f GGIO5.ST.UIntIn10.q GGIO3.MX.AnIn27.mag.f GGIO5.ST.UIntIn10.stVal GGIO3.MX.AnIn28.mag.f GGIO5.ST.UIntIn11.q GGIO3.MX.AnIn29.mag.f GGIO5.ST.UIntIn11.stVal GGIO3.MX.AnIn30.mag.f GGIO5.ST.UIntIn12.q GGIO3.MX.AnIn31.mag.f GGIO5.ST.UIntIn12.stVal GGIO3.MX.AnIn32.mag.f GGIO5.ST.UIntIn13.q GGIO3.ST.IndPos1.stVal GGIO5.ST.UIntIn13.stVal GGIO3.ST.IndPos2.stVal GGIO5.ST.UIntIn14.q GGIO3.ST.IndPos3.stVal GGIO5.ST.UIntIn14.stVal GGIO3.ST.IndPos4.stVal GGIO5.ST.UIntIn15.q GGIO3.ST.IndPos5.stVal GGIO5.ST.UIntIn15.stVal GGIO3.ST.UIntIn1.q GGIO5.ST.UIntIn16.q B-80 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

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    0 = H4a, 1 = H4b 2 = H3a, 3 = H3b, 4 = H2a, 5 = H2b, 6 = H1a, ENUMERATION: REAL TIME CLOCK MONTH 7 = H1b value month F245 January ENUMERATION: TEST MODE FUNCTION February March Value Function April Disabled Isolated June Forcible July August GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-81...

  • Page 482

    LED and bit 7 the bottom LED. A bit value of 1 indicates [26] TELEPROTECTION INPUTS the LED is on, 0 indicates the LED is off. [28] INSERT (via keypad only) B-82 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

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    0 = Operate, 1 = Operate A, 2 = Operate B, 3 = Operate C bitmask default variation F515 ENUMERATION ELEMENT INPUT MODE 0 = Signed, 1 = Absolute F516 ENUMERATION ELEMENT COMPARE MODE 0 = Level, 1 = Delta GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-83...

  • Page 484

    ENUMERATION: REMOTE DOUBLE-POINT STATUS INPUT PDIS8.ST.Op.general PDIS9.ST.Str.general Enumeration Remote double-point status input PDIS9.ST.Op.general None PDIS10.ST.Str.general Remote input 1 PDIS10.ST.Op.general Remote input 2 PIOC1.ST.Str.general Remote input 3 PIOC1.ST.Op.general   PIOC2.ST.Str.general Remote input 64 PIOC2.ST.Op.general PIOC3.ST.Str.general B-84 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 485

    PIOC48.ST.Str.general PIOC22.ST.Str.general PIOC48.ST.Op.general PIOC22.ST.Op.general PIOC49.ST.Str.general PIOC23.ST.Str.general PIOC49.ST.Op.general PIOC23.ST.Op.general PIOC50.ST.Str.general PIOC24.ST.Str.general PIOC50.ST.Op.general PIOC24.ST.Op.general PIOC51.ST.Str.general PIOC25.ST.Str.general PIOC51.ST.Op.general PIOC25.ST.Op.general PIOC52.ST.Str.general PIOC26.ST.Str.general PIOC52.ST.Op.general PIOC26.ST.Op.general PIOC53.ST.Str.general PIOC27.ST.Str.general PIOC53.ST.Op.general PIOC27.ST.Op.general PIOC54.ST.Str.general PIOC28.ST.Str.general PIOC54.ST.Op.general PIOC28.ST.Op.general PIOC55.ST.Str.general PIOC29.ST.Str.general PIOC55.ST.Op.general PIOC29.ST.Op.general PIOC56.ST.Str.general GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-85...

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    PTOV5.ST.Str.general PTOC3.ST.Str.general PTOV5.ST.Op.general PTOC3.ST.Op.general PTOV6.ST.Str.general PTOC4.ST.Str.general PTOV6.ST.Op.general PTOC4.ST.Op.general PTOV7.ST.Str.general PTOC5.ST.Str.general PTOV7.ST.Op.general PTOC5.ST.Op.general PTOV8.ST.Str.general PTOC6.ST.Str.general PTOV8.ST.Op.general PTOC6.ST.Op.general PTOV9.ST.Str.general PTOC7.ST.Str.general PTOV9.ST.Op.general PTOC7.ST.Op.general PTOV10.ST.Str.general PTOC8.ST.Str.general PTOV10.ST.Op.general PTOC8.ST.Op.general PTRC1.ST.Tr.general PTOC9.ST.Str.general PTRC1.ST.Op.general PTOC9.ST.Op.general PTRC2.ST.Tr.general PTOC10.ST.Str.general PTRC2.ST.Op.general PTOC10.ST.Op.general PTRC3.ST.Tr.general B-86 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 487

    RREC1.ST.Op.general RBRF3.ST.OpEx.general RREC1.ST.AutoRecSt.stVal RBRF3.ST.OpIn.general RREC2.ST.Op.general RBRF4.ST.OpEx.general RREC2.ST.AutoRecSt.stVal RBRF4.ST.OpIn.general RREC3.ST.Op.general RBRF5.ST.OpEx.general RREC3.ST.AutoRecSt.stVal RBRF5.ST.OpIn.general RREC4.ST.Op.general RBRF6.ST.OpEx.general RREC4.ST.AutoRecSt.stVal RBRF6.ST.OpIn.general RREC5.ST.Op.general RBRF7.ST.OpEx.general RREC5.ST.AutoRecSt.stVal RBRF7.ST.OpIn.general RREC6.ST.Op.general RBRF8.ST.OpEx.general RREC6.ST.AutoRecSt.stVal RBRF8.ST.OpIn.general CSWI1.ST.Loc.stVal RBRF9.ST.OpEx.general CSWI1.ST.Pos.stVal RBRF9.ST.OpIn.general CSWI2.ST.Loc.stVal RBRF10.ST.OpEx.general CSWI2.ST.Pos.stVal RBRF10.ST.OpIn.general CSWI3.ST.Loc.stVal GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-87...

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    GGIO1.ST.Ind35.stVal CSWI22.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind36.stVal CSWI22.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind37.stVal CSWI23.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind38.stVal CSWI23.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind39.stVal CSWI24.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind40.stVal CSWI24.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind41.stVal CSWI25.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind42.stVal CSWI25.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind43.stVal CSWI26.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind44.stVal CSWI26.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind45.stVal CSWI27.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind46.stVal CSWI27.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind47.stVal CSWI28.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind48.stVal CSWI28.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind49.stVal CSWI29.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind50.stVal CSWI29.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind51.stVal B-88 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

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    MMXU1.MX.PhV.phsA.cVal.ang.f GGIO1.ST.Ind89.stVal MMXU1.MX.PhV.phsB.cVal.mag.f GGIO1.ST.Ind90.stVal MMXU1.MX.PhV.phsB.cVal.ang.f GGIO1.ST.Ind91.stVal MMXU1.MX.PhV.phsC.cVal.mag.f GGIO1.ST.Ind92.stVal MMXU1.MX.PhV.phsC.cVal.ang.f GGIO1.ST.Ind93.stVal MMXU1.MX.A.phsA.cVal.mag.f GGIO1.ST.Ind94.stVal MMXU1.MX.A.phsA.cVal.ang.f GGIO1.ST.Ind95.stVal MMXU1.MX.A.phsB.cVal.mag.f GGIO1.ST.Ind96.stVal MMXU1.MX.A.phsB.cVal.ang.f GGIO1.ST.Ind97.stVal MMXU1.MX.A.phsC.cVal.mag.f GGIO1.ST.Ind98.stVal MMXU1.MX.A.phsC.cVal.ang.f GGIO1.ST.Ind99.stVal MMXU1.MX.A.neut.cVal.mag.f GGIO1.ST.Ind100.stVal MMXU1.MX.A.neut.cVal.ang.f GGIO1.ST.Ind101.stVal MMXU1.MX.W.phsA.cVal.mag.f GGIO1.ST.Ind102.stVal MMXU1.MX.W.phsB.cVal.mag.f GGIO1.ST.Ind103.stVal MMXU1.MX.W.phsC.cVal.mag.f GGIO1.ST.Ind104.stVal MMXU1.MX.VAr.phsA.cVal.mag.f GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-89...

  • Page 490

    MMXU4.MX.PPV.phsBC.cVal.mag.f MMXU2.MX.VAr.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PPV.phsBC.cVal.ang.f MMXU2.MX.VAr.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PPV.phsCA.cVal.mag.f MMXU2.MX.VA.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PPV.phsCA.cVal.ang.f MMXU2.MX.VA.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PhV.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU2.MX.VA.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PhV.phsA.cVal.ang.f MMXU2.MX.PF.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PhV.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU2.MX.PF.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PhV.phsB.cVal.ang.f MMXU2.MX.PF.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PhV.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.TotW.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PhV.phsC.cVal.ang.f MMXU3.MX.TotVAr.mag.f MMXU4.MX.A.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.TotVA.mag.f MMXU4.MX.A.phsA.cVal.ang.f MMXU3.MX.TotPF.mag.f MMXU4.MX.A.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.Hz.mag.f MMXU4.MX.A.phsB.cVal.ang.f MMXU3.MX.PPV.phsAB.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.A.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.PPV.phsAB.cVal.ang.f MMXU4.MX.A.phsC.cVal.ang.f MMXU3.MX.PPV.phsBC.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.A.neut.cVal.mag.f B-90 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

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    GGIO4.MX.AnIn3.mag.f MMXU5.MX.A.neut.cVal.ang.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn4.mag.f MMXU5.MX.W.phsA.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn5.mag.f MMXU5.MX.W.phsB.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn6.mag.f MMXU5.MX.W.phsC.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn7.mag.f MMXU5.MX.VAr.phsA.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn8.mag.f MMXU5.MX.VAr.phsB.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn9.mag.f MMXU5.MX.VAr.phsC.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn10.mag.f MMXU5.MX.VA.phsA.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn11.mag.f MMXU5.MX.VA.phsB.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn12.mag.f MMXU5.MX.VA.phsC.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn13.mag.f MMXU5.MX.PF.phsA.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn14.mag.f MMXU5.MX.PF.phsB.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn15.mag.f MMXU5.MX.PF.phsC.cVal.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn16.mag.f MMXU6.MX.TotW.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn17.mag.f MMXU6.MX.TotVAr.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn18.mag.f MMXU6.MX.TotVA.mag.f GGIO4.MX.AnIn19.mag.f GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-91...

  • Page 492

    XSWI12.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind6.stVal XSWI13.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind7.q XSWI13.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind7.stVal XSWI14.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind8.q XSWI14.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind8.stVal XSWI15.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind9.q XSWI15.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind9.stVal XSWI16.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind10.q XSWI16.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind10.stVal XSWI17.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind11.q XSWI17.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind11.stVal XSWI18.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind12.q XSWI18.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind12.stVal XSWI19.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind13.q XSWI19.ST.Pos.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind13.stVal XSWI20.ST.Loc.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind14.q XSWI20.ST.Pos.stVal B-92 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

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    GGIO1.ST.Ind59.q GGIO1.ST.Ind33.q GGIO1.ST.Ind59.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind33.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind60.q GGIO1.ST.Ind34.q GGIO1.ST.Ind60.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind34.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind61.q GGIO1.ST.Ind35.q GGIO1.ST.Ind61.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind35.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind62.q GGIO1.ST.Ind36.q GGIO1.ST.Ind62.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind36.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind63.q GGIO1.ST.Ind37.q GGIO1.ST.Ind63.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind37.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind64.q GGIO1.ST.Ind38.q GGIO1.ST.Ind64.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind38.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind65.q GGIO1.ST.Ind39.q GGIO1.ST.Ind65.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind39.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind66.q GGIO1.ST.Ind40.q GGIO1.ST.Ind66.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind40.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind67.q GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-93...

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    GGIO1.ST.Ind112.q GGIO1.ST.Ind86.q GGIO1.ST.Ind112.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind86.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind113.q GGIO1.ST.Ind87.q GGIO1.ST.Ind113.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind87.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind114.q GGIO1.ST.Ind88.q GGIO1.ST.Ind114.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind88.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind115.q GGIO1.ST.Ind89.q GGIO1.ST.Ind115.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind89.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind116.q GGIO1.ST.Ind90.q GGIO1.ST.Ind116.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind90.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind117.q GGIO1.ST.Ind91.q GGIO1.ST.Ind117.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind91.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind118.q GGIO1.ST.Ind92.q GGIO1.ST.Ind118.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind92.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind119.q GGIO1.ST.Ind93.q GGIO1.ST.Ind119.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind93.stVal GGIO1.ST.Ind120.q B-94 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

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    MMXU2.MX.PF.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU1.MX.A.phsB.cVal.ang.f MMXU2.MX.PF.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU1.MX.A.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.TotW.mag.f MMXU1.MX.A.phsC.cVal.ang.f MMXU3.MX.TotVAr.mag.f MMXU1.MX.A.neut.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.TotVA.mag.f MMXU1.MX.A.neut.cVal.ang.f MMXU3.MX.TotPF.mag.f MMXU1.MX.W.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.Hz.mag.f MMXU1.MX.W.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.PPV.phsAB.cVal.mag.f MMXU1.MX.W.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.PPV.phsAB.cVal.ang.f MMXU1.MX.VAr.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.PPV.phsBC.cVal.mag.f MMXU1.MX.VAr.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.PPV.phsBC.cVal.ang.f MMXU1.MX.VAr.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.PPV.phsCA.cVal.mag.f MMXU1.MX.VA.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.PPV.phsCA.cVal.ang.f MMXU1.MX.VA.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.PhV.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU1.MX.VA.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.PhV.phsA.cVal.ang.f MMXU1.MX.PF.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.PhV.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU1.MX.PF.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU3.MX.PhV.phsB.cVal.ang.f GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-95...

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    MMXU5.MX.VAr.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PhV.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU5.MX.VA.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.PhV.phsC.cVal.ang.f MMXU5.MX.VA.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.A.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU5.MX.VA.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.A.phsA.cVal.ang.f MMXU5.MX.PF.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.A.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU5.MX.PF.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.A.phsB.cVal.ang.f MMXU5.MX.PF.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.A.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU6.MX.TotW.mag.f MMXU4.MX.A.phsC.cVal.ang.f MMXU6.MX.TotVAr.mag.f MMXU4.MX.A.neut.cVal.mag.f MMXU6.MX.TotVA.mag.f MMXU4.MX.A.neut.cVal.ang.f MMXU6.MX.TotPF.mag.f MMXU4.MX.W.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU6.MX.Hz.mag.f MMXU4.MX.W.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU6.MX.PPV.phsAB.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.W.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU6.MX.PPV.phsAB.cVal.ang.f MMXU4.MX.VAr.phsA.cVal.mag.f MMXU6.MX.PPV.phsBC.cVal.mag.f MMXU4.MX.VAr.phsB.cVal.mag.f MMXU6.MX.PPV.phsBC.cVal.ang.f MMXU4.MX.VAr.phsC.cVal.mag.f MMXU6.MX.PPV.phsCA.cVal.mag.f B-96 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

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    GGIO5.ST.UIntIn16.q GGIO4.MX.AnIn11.mag.f GGIO5.ST.UIntIn16.stVal GGIO4.MX.AnIn12.mag.f PDIF1.ST.Str.general GGIO4.MX.AnIn13.mag.f PDIF1.ST.Op.general GGIO4.MX.AnIn14.mag.f PDIF2.ST.Str.general GGIO4.MX.AnIn15.mag.f PDIF2.ST.Op.general GGIO4.MX.AnIn16.mag.f PDIF3.ST.Str.general GGIO4.MX.AnIn17.mag.f PDIF3.ST.Op.general GGIO4.MX.AnIn18.mag.f PDIF4.ST.Str.general GGIO4.MX.AnIn19.mag.f PDIF4.ST.Op.general GGIO4.MX.AnIn20.mag.f PDIS1.ST.Str.general GGIO4.MX.AnIn21.mag.f PDIS1.ST.Op.general GGIO4.MX.AnIn22.mag.f PDIS2.ST.Str.general GGIO4.MX.AnIn23.mag.f PDIS2.ST.Op.general GGIO4.MX.AnIn24.mag.f PDIS3.ST.Str.general GGIO4.MX.AnIn25.mag.f PDIS3.ST.Op.general GGIO4.MX.AnIn26.mag.f PDIS4.ST.Str.general GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-97...

  • Page 498

    PIOC39.ST.Str.general PIOC13.ST.Str.general PIOC39.ST.Op.general PIOC13.ST.Op.general PIOC40.ST.Str.general PIOC14.ST.Str.general PIOC40.ST.Op.general PIOC14.ST.Op.general PIOC41.ST.Str.general PIOC15.ST.Str.general PIOC41.ST.Op.general PIOC15.ST.Op.general PIOC42.ST.Str.general PIOC16.ST.Str.general PIOC42.ST.Op.general PIOC16.ST.Op.general PIOC43.ST.Str.general PIOC17.ST.Str.general PIOC43.ST.Op.general PIOC17.ST.Op.general PIOC44.ST.Str.general PIOC18.ST.Str.general PIOC44.ST.Op.general PIOC18.ST.Op.general PIOC45.ST.Str.general PIOC19.ST.Str.general PIOC45.ST.Op.general PIOC19.ST.Op.general PIOC46.ST.Str.general PIOC20.ST.Str.general PIOC46.ST.Op.general PIOC20.ST.Op.general PIOC47.ST.Str.general B-98 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 499

    PTOC20.ST.Str.general PIOC66.ST.Str.general PTOC20.ST.Op.general PIOC66.ST.Op.general PTOC21.ST.Str.general PIOC67.ST.Str.general PTOC21.ST.Op.general PIOC67.ST.Op.general PTOC22.ST.Str.general PIOC68.ST.Str.general PTOC22.ST.Op.general PIOC68.ST.Op.general PTOC23.ST.Str.general PIOC69.ST.Str.general PTOC23.ST.Op.general PIOC69.ST.Op.general PTOC24.ST.Str.general PIOC70.ST.Str.general PTOC24.ST.Op.general PIOC70.ST.Op.general PTOV1.ST.Str.general PIOC71.ST.Str.general PTOV1.ST.Op.general PIOC71.ST.Op.general PTOV2.ST.Str.general PIOC72.ST.Str.general PTOV2.ST.Op.general PIOC72.ST.Op.general PTOV3.ST.Str.general PTOC1.ST.Str.general PTOV3.ST.Op.general PTOC1.ST.Op.general PTOV4.ST.Str.general GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-99...

  • Page 500

    RBRF20.ST.OpEx.general PTUV7.ST.Str.general RBRF20.ST.OpIn.general PTUV7.ST.Op.general RBRF21.ST.OpEx.general PTUV8.ST.Str.general RBRF21.ST.OpIn.general PTUV8.ST.Op.general RBRF22.ST.OpEx.general PTUV9.ST.Str.general RBRF22.ST.OpIn.general PTUV9.ST.Op.general RBRF23.ST.OpEx.general PTUV10.ST.Str.general RBRF23.ST.OpIn.general PTUV10.ST.Op.general RBRF24.ST.OpEx.general PTUV11.ST.Str.general RBRF24.ST.OpIn.general PTUV11.ST.Op.general RFLO1.MX.FltDiskm.mag.f PTUV12.ST.Str.general RFLO2.MX.FltDiskm.mag.f PTUV12.ST.Op.general RFLO3.MX.FltDiskm.mag.f PTUV13.ST.Str.general RFLO4.MX.FltDiskm.mag.f PTUV13.ST.Op.general RFLO5.MX.FltDiskm.mag.f RBRF1.ST.OpEx.general RPSB1.ST.Str.general RBRF1.ST.OpIn.general RPSB1.ST.Op.general B-100 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 501

    XSWI9.ST.Loc.stVal CSWI13.ST.Loc.stVal XSWI9.ST.Pos.stVal CSWI13.ST.Pos.stVal XSWI10.ST.Loc.stVal CSWI14.ST.Loc.stVal XSWI10.ST.Pos.stVal CSWI14.ST.Pos.stVal XSWI11.ST.Loc.stVal CSWI15.ST.Loc.stVal XSWI11.ST.Pos.stVal CSWI15.ST.Pos.stVal XSWI12.ST.Loc.stVal CSWI16.ST.Loc.stVal XSWI12.ST.Pos.stVal CSWI16.ST.Pos.stVal XSWI13.ST.Loc.stVal CSWI17.ST.Loc.stVal XSWI13.ST.Pos.stVal CSWI17.ST.Pos.stVal XSWI14.ST.Loc.stVal CSWI18.ST.Loc.stVal XSWI14.ST.Pos.stVal CSWI18.ST.Pos.stVal XSWI15.ST.Loc.stVal CSWI19.ST.Loc.stVal XSWI15.ST.Pos.stVal CSWI19.ST.Pos.stVal XSWI16.ST.Loc.stVal CSWI20.ST.Loc.stVal XSWI16.ST.Pos.stVal CSWI20.ST.Pos.stVal XSWI17.ST.Loc.stVal GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-101...

  • Page 502

    Port 3 PTP Clock Operator IRIG-B Factory SNTP F620 ENUMERATION: PASSWORD CHANGE ROLES F625 ENUMERATION: PTP STATE Enumeration Role Enumeration Item None Disabled Administrator No Signal Supervisor Calibrating Engineer Synchronized Operator Synchronized (No PDelay) B-102 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 503

    APPENDIX B B.4 MEMORY MAPPING F626 ENUMERATION: NETWORK PORT FOR REMOTE DEVICE Enumeration Item None Network Port 1 Network Port 2 Network Port 3 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System B-103...

  • Page 504

    B.4 MEMORY MAPPING APPENDIX B B-104 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 505: C.1.2 Communication Profiles

    LAN environment. Actual MMS protocol services are mapped to IEC 61850 abstract ser- vices in IEC 61850-8-1. The B30 relay supports IEC 61850 server services over TCP/IP. The TCP/IP profile requires the B30 to have an IP address to establish communications. These addresses are located in the ...

  • Page 506: C.2.1 Overview

    C.2.2 GGIO1: DIGITAL STATUS VALUES The GGIO1 logical node is available in the B30 to provide access to as many 128 digital status points and associated time- stamps and quality flags. The data content must be configured before the data can be used. GGIO1 provides digital status points for access by clients.

  • Page 507: C.2.6 Mmxu: Analog Measured Values

    A limited number of measured analog values are available through the MMXU logical nodes. Each MMXU logical node provides data from a B30 current and voltage source. There is one MMXU available for each con- figurable source (programmed in the ...

  • Page 508

    The protection elements listed above contain start (pickup) and operate flags. For example, the start flag for PIOC1 is PIOC1.ST.Str.general. The operate flag for PIOC1 is PIOC1.ST.Op.general. For the B30 protection elements, these flags take their values from the pickup and operate FlexLogic operands for the corresponding element.

  • Page 509: C.3.1 Buffered/unbuffered Reporting

    C.3.4 LOGICAL DEVICE NAME The logical device name is used to identify the IEC 61850 logical device that exists within the B30. This name is composed of two parts: the IED name setting and the logical device instance. The complete logical device name is the combination of the two character strings programmed in the settings.

  • Page 510: C.3.6 Logical Node Name Prefixes

    A built-in TCP/IP connection timeout of two minutes is employed by the B30 to detect ‘dead’ connections. If there is no data traffic on a TCP connection for greater than two minutes, the connection will be aborted by the B30. This frees up the con- nection to be used by other clients.

  • Page 511: C.4.1 Overview

    MAC address for GSSE messages. If GSSE DESTINATION MAC ADDRESS a valid multicast Ethernet MAC address is not entered (for example, 00 00 00 00 00 00), the B30 will use the source Ether- net MAC address as the destination, with the multicast bit set.

  • Page 512

    The B30 has the ability of detecting if a data item in one of the GOOSE datasets is erroneously oscillating. This can be caused by events such as errors in logic programming, inputs improperly being asserted and de-asserted, or failed station components.

  • Page 513

    REMOTE IN 1 ITEM item to remote input 1. Remote input 1 can now be used in FlexLogic equations or other settings. The B30 must be rebooted (control power removed and re-applied) before these settings take effect. The value of remote input 1 (Boolean on or off) in the receiving device will be determined by the GGIO1.ST.Ind1.stVal value in the sending device.

  • Page 514: C.4.5 Ethernet Mac Address For Gsse/goose

    GSSE and GOOSE messages must have multicast destination MAC addresses. By default, the B30 is configured to use an automated multicast MAC scheme. If the B30 destination MAC address setting is not a valid multicast address (that is, the least significant bit of the first byte is not set), the address used as the destina- tion MAC will be the same as the local MAC address, but with the multicast bit set.

  • Page 515: C.5.1 Overview

    An ICD file is generated for the B30 by the EnerVista UR Setup software that describe the capabilities of the IED. The ICD file is then imported into a system configurator along with other ICD files for other IEDs (from GE or other ven- dors) for system configuration.

  • Page 516: C.5.2 Configuring Iec 61850 Settings

    Transmission GOOSE dataset may be added or deleted, or prefixes of some logical nodes may be changed. While all new configurations will be mapped to the B30 settings file when importing an SCD file, all unchanged settings will preserve the same values in the new settings file.

  • Page 517: C.5.3 About Icd Files

    Although configurable transmission GOOSE can also be created and altered by some third-party system con- figurators, we recommend configuring transmission GOOSE for GE Multilin IEDs before creating the ICD, and strictly within EnerVista UR Setup software or the front panel display (access through the Settings > Product Setup > Com- munications >...

  • Page 518

    Furthermore, it defines the capabilities of an IED in terms of communication services offered and, together with its LNType, instantiated data (DO) and its default or configuration values. There should be only one IED section in an ICD since it only describes one IED. C-14 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 519

    RptEnabled Other ReportControl elements DOI (name) SDI (name) DAI (name) Text Other DOI elements SDI (name) DAI (name) Text Other LN elements Other LDevice elements 842797A1.CDR Figure 0–4: ICD FILE STRUCTURE, IED NODE GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System C-15...

  • Page 520

    BDA (name, bType, type) Other BDA elements Other BDA elements Other DAType elements Other DAType elements EnumType (id) Text EnumVal (ord) Other EnumVal elements Other EnumType elements 842798A1.CDR Figure 0–5: ICD FILE STRUCTURE, DATATYPETEMPLATES NODE C-16 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 521: C.5.4 Creating An Icd File With Enervista Ur Setup

    The EnerVista UR Setup will prompt to save the file. Select the file path and enter the name for the ICD file, then click OK to generate the file. The time to create an ICD file from the offline B30 settings file is typically much quicker than create an ICD file directly from the relay.

  • Page 522

    Like ICD files, the Header node identifies the SCD file and its version, and specifies options for the mapping of names to signals. The Substation node describes the substation parameters: Substation PowerSystemResource EquipmentContainer Power Transformer GeneralEquipment EquipmentContainer VoltageLevel Voltage PowerSystemResource Function SubFunction GeneralEquipment 842792A1.CDR Figure 0–7: SCD FILE STRUCTURE, SUBSTATION NODE C-18 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 523

    IdInst is the instance identification of the logical device within the IED on which the control block is located, and cbName is the name of the control block. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System C-19...

  • Page 524: C.5.6 Importing An Scd File With Enervista Ur Setup

    Figure 0–9: SCD FILE STRUCTURE, IED NODE C.5.6 IMPORTING AN SCD FILE WITH ENERVISTA UR SETUP The following procedure describes how to update the B30 with the new configuration from an SCD file with the EnerVista UR Setup software. Right-click anywhere in the files panel and select the Import Contents From SCD File item.

  • Page 525

    The software will open the SCD file and then prompt the user to save a UR-series settings file. Select a location and name for the URS (UR-series relay settings) file. If there is more than one GE Multilin IED defined in the SCD file, the software prompt the user to save a UR-series set- tings file for each IED.

  • Page 526: C.6.1 Acsi Basic Conformance Statement

    Setting group control REPORTING Buffered report control M7-1 sequence-number M7-2 report-time-stamp M7-3 reason-for-inclusion M7-4 data-set-name M7-5 data-reference M7-6 buffer-overflow M7-7 entryID M7-8 BufTm M7-9 IntgPd M7-10 Unbuffered report control M8-1 sequence-number M8-2 report-time-stamp M8-3 reason-for-inclusion C-22 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 527: C.6.3 Acsi Services Conformance Statement

    SERVER/ UR FAMILY PUBLISHER SERVER (CLAUSE 7) ServerDirectory APPLICATION ASSOCIATION (CLAUSE 8) Associate Abort Release LOGICAL DEVICE (CLAUSE 9) LogicalDeviceDirectory LOGICAL NODE (CLAUSE 10) LogicalNodeDirectory GetAllDataValues DATA (CLAUSE 11) GetDataValues SetDataValues GetDataDirectory GetDataDefinition GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System C-23...

  • Page 528

    LOGGING (CLAUSE 17) LOG CONTROL BLOCK GetLCBValues SetLCBValues QueryLogByTime QueryLogByEntry GetLogStatusValues GENERIC SUBSTATION EVENT MODEL (GSE) (CLAUSE 18, ANNEX C) GOOSE-CONTROL-BLOCK (CLAUSE 18) SendGOOSEMessage GetReference GetGOOSEElementNumber GetGoCBValues SetGoCBValues GSSE-CONTROL-BLOCK (ANNEX C) SendGSSEMessage GetReference GetGSSEElementNumber GetGsCBValues C-24 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 529

    (QueryLogByTime or QueryLogAfter) c8: shall declare support for at least one (SendGOOSEMessage or SendGSSEMessage) NOTE c9: shall declare support if TP association is available c10: shall declare support for at least one (SendMSVMessage or SendUSVMessage) GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System C-25...

  • Page 530: C.7.1 Logical Nodes Table

    GGIO: Generic process I/O GLOG: Generic log GSAL: Generic security application I: LOGICAL NODES FOR INTERFACING AND ARCHIVING IARC: Archiving IHMI: Human machine interface ISAF: Safety alarm function ITCI: Telecontrol interface ITMI: Telemonitoring interface C-26 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 531

    PRTR: Rotor protection PSCH: Protection scheme PSDE: Sensitive directional earth fault PTEF: Transient earth fault PTOC: Time overcurrent PTOF: Overfrequency PTOV: Overvoltage PTRC: Protection trip conditioning PTTR: Thermal overload PTUC: Undercurrent PTUF: Underfrequency PTUV: Undervoltage GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System C-27...

  • Page 532

    T: LOGICAL NODES FOR INSTRUMENT TRANSFORMERS TANG: Angle TAXD: Axial displacement TCTR: Current transformer TDST: Distance TFLW: Liquid flow TFRQ: Frequency TGSN: Generic sensor THUM: Humidity TLVL: Media level TMGF: Magnetic field TMVM: Movement sensor C-28 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 533

    ZLIN: Power overhead line ZMOT: Motor ZREA: Reactor ZRES: Resistor ZRRC: Rotating reactive component ZSAR: Surge arrestor ZSCR: Semi-conductor controlled rectifier ZSMC: Synchronous machine ZTCF: Thyristor controlled frequency converter ZTRC: Thyristor controlled reactive component GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System C-29...

  • Page 534

    C.7 LOGICAL NODES APPENDIX C C-30 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 535: D.1.1 Interoperability Document

    Balanced Transmission Not Present (Balanced Transmission Only)   Unbalanced Transmission One Octet  Two Octets  Structured  Unstructured Frame Length (maximum length, number of octets): Not selectable in companion IEC 60870-5-104 standard GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 536

     <18> := Packed start events of protection equipment with time tag M_EP_TB_1  <19> := Packed output circuit information of protection equipment with time tag M_EP_TC_1  <20> := Packed single-point information with status change detection M_SP_NA_1 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 537

     <103> := Clock synchronization command (see Clause 7.6 in standard) C_CS_NA_1  <104> := Test command C_TS_NA_1  <105> := Reset process command C_RP_NA_1  <106> := Delay acquisition command C_CD_NA_1  <107> := Test command with time tag CP56Time2a C_TS_TA_1 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 538

    •Blank boxes indicate functions or ASDU not used. •‘X’ if only used in the standard direction TYPE IDENTIFICATION CAUSE OF TRANSMISSION MNEMONIC <1> M_SP_NA_1 <2> M_SP_TA_1 <3> M_DP_NA_1 <4> M_DP_TA_1 <5> M_ST_NA_1 <6> M_ST_TA_1 <7> M_BO_NA_1 <8> M_BO_TA_1 <9> M_ME_NA_1 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 539

    <34> M_ME_TD_1 <35> M_ME_TE_1 <36> M_ME_TF_1 <37> M_IT_TB_1 <38> M_EP_TD_1 <39> M_EP_TE_1 <40> M_EP_TF_1 <45> C_SC_NA_1 <46> C_DC_NA_1 <47> C_RC_NA_1 <48> C_SE_NA_1 <49> C_SE_NB_1 <50> C_SE_NC_1 <51> C_BO_NA_1 <58> C_SC_TA_1 <59> C_DC_TA_1 <60> C_RC_TA_1 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 540

    <120> F_FR_NA_1 <121> F_SR_NA_1 <122> F_SC_NA_1 <123> F_LS_NA_1 <124> F_AF_NA_1 <125> F_SG_NA_1 <126> F_DR_TA_1*) BASIC APPLICATION FUNCTIONS Station Initialization:  Remote initialization Cyclic Data Transmission:  Cyclic data transmission Read Procedure:  Read procedure B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 541

     Mode B: Local freeze with counter interrogation  Mode C: Freeze and transmit by counter-interrogation commands  Mode D: Freeze by counter-interrogation command, frozen values reported simultaneously  Counter read  Counter freeze without reset GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 542

    Maximum number of outstanding I-format APDUs k and latest acknowledge APDUs (w): PARAMETER DEFAULT REMARKS SELECTED VALUE VALUE 12 APDUs Maximum difference receive sequence number to send state variable 12 APDUs 8 APDUs 8 APDUs Latest acknowledge after receiving I-format APDUs B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 543: D.1.2 Iec 60870-5-104 Points

    D.1.2 IEC 60870-5-104 POINTS The IEC 60870-5-104 data points are configured through the    SETTINGS PRODUCT SETUP COMMUNICATIONS DNP / menu. Refer to the Communications section of Chapter 5 for additional details. IEC104 POINT LISTS GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 544

    D.1 IEC 60870-5-104 APPENDIX D D-10 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 545: E.1.1 Dnp V3.00 Device Profile

    2048 Maximum Data Link Re-tries: Maximum Application Layer Re-tries:  None  None  Fixed at 3  Configurable  Configurable Requires Data Link Layer Confirmation:  Never  Always  Sometimes  Configurable GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 546

    FlexLogic. The On/Off times and Count value are ignored. “Pulse Off” and “Latch Off” operations put the appropriate Virtual Input into the “Off” state. “Trip” and “Close” operations both put the appropriate Virtual Input into the “On” state. B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 547

     16 Bits (Counter 8) Default Variation: 1  32 Bits (Counters 0 to 7, 9)  Point-by-point list attached  Other Value: _____  Point-by-point list attached Sends Multi-Fragment Responses:  Yes  No GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 548: E.1.2 Implementation Table

    Otherwise, static object requests sent with qualifiers 00, 01, 06, 07, or 08, will be responded with qualifiers 00 or 01 (for change- event objects, qualifiers 17 or 28 are always responded.) Note 3: Cold restarts are implemented the same as warm restarts – the B30 is not restarted, but the DNP process is restarted. B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 549

    Otherwise, static object requests sent with qualifiers 00, 01, 06, 07, or 08, will be responded with qualifiers 00 or 01 (for change- event objects, qualifiers 17 or 28 are always responded.) Note 3: Cold restarts are implemented the same as warm restarts – the B30 is not restarted, but the DNP process is restarted. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 550

    Otherwise, static object requests sent with qualifiers 00, 01, 06, 07, or 08, will be responded with qualifiers 00 or 01 (for change- event objects, qualifiers 17 or 28 are always responded.) Note 3: Cold restarts are implemented the same as warm restarts – the B30 is not restarted, but the DNP process is restarted. B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 551

    Otherwise, static object requests sent with qualifiers 00, 01, 06, 07, or 08, will be responded with qualifiers 00 or 01 (for change- event objects, qualifiers 17 or 28 are always responded.) Note 3: Cold restarts are implemented the same as warm restarts – the B30 is not restarted, but the DNP process is restarted. GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 552: E.2.1 Binary Input Points

    Change Event Variation reported when variation 0 requested: 2 (Binary Input Change with Time), Configurable Change Event Scan Rate: 8 times per power system cycle Change Event Buffer Size: 500 Default Class for All Points: 1 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 553: E.2.2 Binary And Control Relay Output

    Virtual Input 27 Virtual Input 59 Virtual Input 28 Virtual Input 60 Virtual Input 29 Virtual Input 61 Virtual Input 30 Virtual Input 62 Virtual Input 31 Virtual Input 63 Virtual Input 32 Virtual Input 64 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 554: E.2.3 Counters

    Events Since Last Clear A counter freeze command has no meaning for counters 8 and 9. B30 Digital Counter values are represented as 32-bit inte- gers. The DNP 3.0 protocol defines counters to be unsigned integers. Care should be taken when interpreting negative counter values.

  • Page 555: E.2.4 Analog Inputs

    Change Event Variation reported when variation 0 requested: 1 (Analog Change Event without Time) Change Event Scan Rate: defaults to 500 ms Change Event Buffer Size: 256 Default Class for all Points: 2 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System E-11...

  • Page 556

    E.2 DNP POINT LISTS APPENDIX E E-12 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 557: F.1.1 Revision History

    29 May 2009 09-0938 1601-0109-U2 5.7x 30 September 2009 09-1165 1601-0109-V1 5.8x 28 May 2010 09-1457 1601-0109-V2 5.8x 04 January 2011 11-2237 1601-0109-W1 5.9x 12 January 2011 11-2227 1601-0109-X1 6.0x 21 December 2011 11-2840 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 558: F.1.2 Changes To The B30 Manual

    Minor changes throughout document Delete Deleted CPU options U and V Update Updated Figure 1-1 Rear Nameplate Update Updated Figure 3-10 Rear Terminal View Table F–4: MAJOR UPDATES FOR B30 MANUAL REVISION Y1 (Sheet 1 of 2) PAGE PAGE CHANGE DESCRIPTION (X2) (Y1)

  • Page 559

    APPENDIX F F.1 CHANGE NOTES Table F–4: MAJOR UPDATES FOR B30 MANUAL REVISION Y1 (Sheet 2 of 2) PAGE PAGE CHANGE DESCRIPTION (X2) (Y1) 5-15 5-15 Update Updated Networks section 5.2.4d to include all three Ethernet ports 5-15 5-15 Update Added 0 as valid number to section 5.2.4e Modbus Protocol section...

  • Page 560: F.2.1 Standard Abbreviations

    MVA ....MegaVolt-Ampere (total 3-phase) FDH....Fault Detector high-set MVA_A ... MegaVolt-Ampere (phase A) FDL ....Fault Detector low-set MVA_B ... MegaVolt-Ampere (phase B) FLA....Full Load Current MVA_C... MegaVolt-Ampere (phase C) FO ....Fiber Optic B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 561

    ....With Option RSTR ..... Restrained WRT....With Respect To RTD....Resistance Temperature Detector RTU....Remote Terminal Unit X .....Reactance RX (Rx) ..Receive, Receiver XDUCER..Transducer XFMR....Transformer s ..... second S..... Sensitive Z......Impedance, Zone GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 562: F.3.1 Ge Multilin Warranty

    24 months from date of shipment from factory. In the event of a failure covered by warranty, GE Multilin will undertake to repair or replace the relay providing the warrantor determined that it is defective and it is returned with all transportation charges prepaid to an authorized service centre or the factory.

  • Page 563

    2 breakers ............4-24 CLOCK description ..............4-23 setting date and time ............7-2 dual breaker logic ..........5-85, 5-86 settings ................. 5-47 FlexLogic operands ............. 5-101 COMMANDS MENU ............7-1 Modbus registers ............B-28 settings ................. 5-83 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 564

    DIRECT INPUTS and DIRECT OUTPUTS specifications..............2-10 application example ........... 5-184, 5-185 CT WIRING ..............3-13 configuration examples ......5-68, 5-71, 5-74, 5-75 CURRENT BANK ............. 5-79 settings ..........5-68, 5-74, 5-75, 5-183 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 565

    ..........5-113, 5-114, 5-116 requirements ..............1-6 specifications ..............2-11 EQUATIONS definite time curve ..........5-128, 5-145 FlexCurve ..............5-128 I²t curves ..............5-128 IAC curves ..............5-127 IEC curves ..............5-126 IEEE curves ..............5-124 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 566

    INSTALLATION communications .............3-23 CT inputs .............. 3-12, 3-13 G.703 ............ 3-30, 3-31, 3-32, 3-35 RS485 ................3-24 GE TYPE IAC CURVES ..........5-127 settings ................5-77 GROUND CURRENT METERING ........6-14 INSTANTANEOUS OVERCURRENT GROUND IOC see PHASE, GROUND, and NEUTRAL IOC entries logic ................

  • Page 567

    ............. 5-47, B-10, B-29 MODEL INFORMATION ........... 6-19 settings ................. 5-53 specifications ..............2-12 MODIFICATION FILE NUMBER ........6-19 via COMTRADE .............. B-6 MODULE FAILURE ERROR ..........7-5 via EnerVista software ............. 4-2 OUTPUT LOGIC ..............9-9 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

  • Page 568

    2-10 RFI, CONDUCTED ............2-17 PHASE UNDERVOLTAGE RMS CURRENT ..............2-12 FlexLogic operands ............5-102 RMS VOLTAGE ..............2-12 logic ................5-147 RS232 Modbus registers ............B-35 configuration ..............1-10 settings ............... 5-146 specifications ..............2-15 specifications..............2-10 wiring ................3-23 B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

  • Page 569

    ..............1-6 specifications ..............2-10 see entry for ENERVISTA UR SETUP TRACEABILITY SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE ..........1-4 data ..............4-11, 4-12 SOFTWARE, PC overview ................ 4-10 see entry for EnerVista UR Setup rules ................4-12 GE Multilin B30 Bus Differential System...

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    4-15, 4-16 Modbus registers ............B-26 ZERO SEQUENCE CORE BALANCE .........3-13 settings ................. 5-57 ZONING ................10-3 specifications ..............2-12 USER-PROGRAMMABLE PUSHBUTTONS FlexLogic operands ............5-106 Modbus registers ..........B-29, B-37 settings ................. 5-60 specifications..............2-12 viii B30 Bus Differential System GE Multilin...

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