ABB SSC600 Operation Manual

ABB SSC600 Operation Manual

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SMART SUBSTATION CONTROL AND PROTECTION FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
SSC600
Operation Manual

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  • Page 1 — ™ ABB ABILITY SMART SUBSTATION CONTROL AND PROTECTION FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 3 Document ID: 1MRS758850 Issued: 2021-11-26 Revision: C Product version: 1.0 FP3 © Copyright 2021 ABB. All rights reserved...
  • Page 4 Copyright This document and parts thereof must not be reproduced or copied without written permission from ABB, and the contents thereof must not be imparted to a third party, nor used for any unauthorized purpose. The software or hardware described in this document is furnished under a license and may be used, copied, or disclosed only in accordance with the terms of such license.
  • Page 5 Other than under explicit contractual commitments, in no event shall ABB be responsible or liable for any loss or damage resulting from the use of this manual or the application of the equipment.
  • Page 6 Directive 2014/30/EU) and concerning electrical equipment for use within specified voltage limits (Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU). This conformity is the result of tests conducted by ABB in accordance with the product standard EN 60255-26 for the EMC directive, and with the product standards EN 60255-1 and EN 60255-27 for the low voltage directive.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    3.5.2 Testing functions........................27 3.5.3 Selecting the internal fault test..................28 3.5.4 Selecting the IED blocked or IED test and blocked mode..........28 ABB Product Data Registration......................29 IED operation................... 30 Web HMI..............................30 4.1.1 Authorization......................... 30 4.1.2 Using the Web HMI........................ 31 4.1.3...
  • Page 8 5.3.2 Warnings..........................58 Correction procedures.........................60 5.4.1 Rebooting the software...................... 60 5.4.2 Restoring factory settings....................60 5.4.3 Setting passwords....................... 60 5.4.4 Identifying IED application problems................61 Environmental aspects................62 Sustainable development........................62 Disposal of an IED..........................62 Glossary....................63 SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 9: Introduction

    ABB Ability Smart Substation Control and Protection for electrical systems SSC600 is a Smart Substation device designed for protection, control, measurement and supervision of utility substations and industrial switchgear and equipment. The design of the device has been guided by the IEC 61850 standard for communication and interoperability of substation automation devices.
  • Page 10: Ethernet Redundancy

    (SANs), are either attached to one network only (and can therefore communicate only with DANs and SANs attached to the same network), or are attached through a redundancy box, a device that behaves like a DAN. Figure 2: PRP solution SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 11: Process Bus

    The measured values need to be transferred as sampled values using the IEC 61850-9-2 LE protocol. The SSC600 IEDs with process bus based applications use IEEE 1588 v2 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) according to IEEE C37.238-2011 Power Profile for high accuracy time synchronization.
  • Page 12: Connectivity Packages

    1.2.2 PCM600 and IED connectivity package version • Protection and Control IED Manager PCM600 2.9 or later • SSC600 Connectivity Package Ver.1.0 or later www.abb.com/ Download connectivity packages from the ABB Web site mediumvoltage or directly with the Update Manager in PCM600.
  • Page 13 Therefore, comply fully with all warning and caution notices. 1.3.1.3 Functions, codes and symbols All available functions included in the IED are listed in the tables below. Available functions depend on the chosen product options. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 14 Directional DEFLPDEF Io> -> 67G/N-1 DEFLPTOC earth-fault 51G/N-1 DEFLRDIR protection, low stage Directional DEFHPDEF lo>> -> 67G/N-1 DEFHPTOC earth-fault 51G/N-2 DEFHRDIR protection, high stage Table continues on the next page SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 15 3U> PHPTOV overvoltage protection Positive-se- PSPTUV U1< 27PS PSPTUV quence un- dervoltage protection Negative-se- NSPTOV U2> 59NS NSPTOV quence over- voltage pro- tection Frequency FRPFRQ f>/f<,df/dt FRPTRC protection FRPTOF FRPTUF FRPFRC Table continues on the next page SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 16 Motor start- STTPMSU Is2t n< 49,66,48,50T STTPMSS up supervi- STTPMRI sion Phase rever- PREVPTOC I2>> PREVPTOC sal protection Thermal over- MPTTR 3Ith>M MPTTR load protec- tion for mo- tors Table continues on the next page SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 17 Reverse pow- DOPPDPR P>/Q> 32R/32O DPPDOP er/directional DOPMMXU overpower protection Three-phase UZPDIS Z>G UZPDIS underimpe- UZMMXU dance protec- tion Multifrequen- MFADPSDE Io> ->Y 67NYH MFADPSDE cy admit- MFADRDIR tance-based earth-fault protection Table continues on the next page SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 18 Voltage total VMHAI PQM3U PQM3V VMHAI VMHAIVMHAI harmonic dis- tortion Voltage varia- PHQVVR PQMU PQMV PHQVVR PHQVVR tion PH2QVVR PH2QVVR PH3QVVR PH3QVVR QVVRQRC QVVMSTA QVV2RQRC QVV2MSTA QVV3RQRC QVV3MSTA Voltage un- VSQVUB PQUUB PQVUB balance SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 19 Table 5: Condition monitoring and supervision functions Function IEC 61850 IEC 60617 ANSI Logical Logical device nodes Circuit-break- SSCBR CBCM CBCM SSCBR1 er condition SPH1SCBR monitoring SPH2SCBR SPH3SCBR SSOPM SSIMG Runtime MDSOPT OPTS OPTM MDSOPT counter for machines and devices SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 20 RVMAMMXU RVMIMMXU Sequence VSMSQI U1, U2, U0 V1, V2, V0 VSMSQI voltage meas- urement Three-phase PEMMXU P, E P, E PEMMXU power and PEMMTR energy meas- urement PEAVMMXU PEMAMMXU PEMIMMXU Table continues on the next page SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 21 Analog value SCA4GAPC SCA4 SCA4 SCA4GAPC scaling Integer value MVI4GAPC MVI4 MVI4 MVI4GAPC move Voltage VMSWI VSWI VSWI VMSWI switch Current CMSWI CMSWI CMSWI CMSWI switch Current sum CMSUM CSUM CSUM SIL1TCTR SIL2TCTR SIL3TCTR SRESTCTR SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 22: Document Revision History

    Download the latest documents from the ABB Web site www.abb.com/mediumvoltage Related documentation Product series- and product-specific manuals can be downloaded from the ABB www.abb.com/mediumvoltage Web site Product documentation set Figure 3: The intended use of documents during the product life cycle Product series- and product-specific manuals can be downloaded from www.abb.com/relion...
  • Page 23: Safety Information

    The frame of the device has to be carefully earthed. The device contains components which are sensitive to electrostatic discharge. Unnecessary touching of electronic components must therefore be avoided. Whenever changes are made in the device, measures should be taken to avoid inadvertent tripping. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 24: Commissioning

    Checking the installation 3.2.1 Checking of the power supply Check that the auxiliary supply voltage remains within the permissible input voltage range under all operating conditions. Check that the polarity is correct before powering the IED. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 25: Authorizations

    User rights VIEWER remote0001 Only view access OPERATOR remote0002 Authorized to make opera- tions ENGINEER remote0003 Allowed to change IED pa- rameters, but no operation rights ADMINISTRATOR remote0004 Full access For user authorization for PCM600, see PCM600 documentation. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 26: Setting Ied And Communication

    Ethernet connectors and redundant Ethernet ports are marked as LAN A and LAN B. The redundant communication module has two operation modes: “Normal” and “PRP”. The operation mode can be changed from communication settings. For more information, see the communication protocol manuals and the technical manual. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 27: Testing The Ied Operation

    Select the test mode to be activated by changing the New Value field selection. Select Write to IED to save changes into the IED's memory. The selected test mode is now activated. 3.5.2 Testing functions Activate or deactivate an output signal for protection or other function to test the function. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 28: Selecting The Internal Fault Test

    Enable parameter editing by selecting Enable Write Select the internal fault test by changing the New Value field selection. Select Write to IED to save changes into the IED's memory. The internal fault test is now activated. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 29: Selecting The Ied Blocked Or Ied Test And Blocked Mode

    Start and/or Ready LEDs remain flashing. ABB Product Data Registration The ABB Product Data Registration feature traces composition changes in the IED's SW or HW. Traceability allows better support and maintenance possibilities. After a composition change, an LCT indication is seen on the WHMI at the IED startup.
  • Page 30: Ied Operation

    Four users have been predefined for the WHMI, each with different rights and default passwords. The default passwords in the IED delivered from the factory can be changed using an user account with User Management right (refer to table Default roles-to-rights in the Cyber Security Deployment Guideline). SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 31: Using The Web Hmi

    IED's IP address in Internet Options > Connections > LAN Settings > Advanced > Exceptions. 4.1.2.1 Logging in Open Internet Explorer. Type the IED's IP address in the Address bar and press ENTER. Type the username with capital letters. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 32 The user is logged out after session timeout. The timeout can be set in Main menu > Configuration > HMI > Web HMI timeout. • To log out manually, select Logout in the View bar. 4.1.2.3 User interface The user interface contains three main areas for navigation and displaying information. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 33 Information area for displaying data. 4.1.2.4 Menu structure The Main menu contains main groups which are divided further into more detailed submenus. Figure 10: Main menu • Control • Events • Measurements • Disturbance records • Settings • Configuration SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 34 Save values to TXT or CSV file format Freeze the values so that updates are not displayed Receive continuous updates to the monitor- ing view Delete the selection Delete all selections Download files Table continues on the next page SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 35: Identifying The Device

    Identifying the device The Information menu includes detailed information about the device, for example, revision and serial number. Select SSC600 > Information > Product identifiers from the main menu structure. Figure 11: Device information view Select Site identifiers to view site information or System identifiers to view system-level information.
  • Page 36: Showing Parameters

    Click a function block to see the setting values. Click Enable Write The selected setting group is shown in the Setting Group drop-down list. The active setting group is indicated with an asterisk *. Edit the value. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 37 • If writing fails, a warning dialog box is displayed. If writing is enabled accidentally, click Disable Write Disable Write cannot be selected when a value has already been written to the IED. After clicking Write to IED , click either Commit or Reject SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 38: Committing Settings

    Figure 16: Committing changes Committing values takes a few seconds. If the values are not committed, they are not taken into use and they are lost after a reboot. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 39: Clearing And Acknowledging

    • The Single Line Diagram view shows the single-line diagram. • The Report summary page allows to save events, fault records, disturbance records and the parameter list. • The Maintenance page allows to store backups of relay and merging unit configurations. • Logout ends the session. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 40 To save the events in text (*.txt) or comma separated value (*.csv) file formats, select the file format from the drop-down list and click Save The CSV file can be opened with a spreadsheet program such as OpenOffice.org Calc or Microsoft Excel. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 41 Install or enable the SVG plugin to view the phasor diagrams, if needed. Select Phasor diagrams in the View bar. Figure 22: Monitoring phasors The arrow extends outside the circle if the current value is too high. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 42 Triggering the disturbance recorder manually Select Disturbance records in the View bar. Click Manual trigger 4.1.8.8 Deleting disturbance records Select Disturbance records in the View bar. • Select one or more recordings and click Delete to delete selected records. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 43 • When fault record list view is shown, all fault records are saved. To clear all fault records from the IED, click Clear records This can be done only when the fault record list view is shown. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 44 Select Control > SLD in the lMain menu or select Single Line Diagram in the View bar to view the single-line diagram. Figure 25: Viewing the single-line diagram SLD control is only available when the connection is via Local WHMI connection. With Remote WHMI connection SLD is view-only. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 45 From the Disturbance records drop-down list, select the amount of records to be saved. • All • Last 1 • Last 10 Click Save to export the ZIP file with the selected files. 4.1.8.12 Maintenance view Select Maintenance view in the View bar. Figure 27: Maintenance view SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 46: Disturbance Identification

    IED parameters are set via the WHMI or PCM600. Setting parameters need to be calculated according to the electrical network conditions and the electrical characteristics of the protected equipment. The settings need to be verified before the IED is connected to a system. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 47: Settings For Ied Functionality

    Enable parameter editing by selecting Enable Write Select Write to IED to save changes into the IED's memory. Select LED 1 ... LED 100 to define the alarm mode and description for each programmable LED. Enable parameter editing by selecting Enable Write SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 48: Monitoring

    Information on the Events view. 4.4.2 Recorded data The IED is provided with intelligent and flexible functionality that collects different kinds of data. The recorded data gives substantial information for post fault analysis. • Disturbance records • Fault records • Events SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 49 Further actions always depend on the cause of the error. Only authorized and skilled personnel should analyze the errors and decide on further actions. The IED records system registrations, IED status data and events. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 50: Monitoring Fault Records

    You save the event data as a text (.txt) or comma separated value (.csv) file. Select Save to save event information. You can clear all event data from the IED's memory by selecting Clear events . You can also print event data by selecting Print SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 51: Remote Monitoring

    • Monitor IED values. For more information, see PCM600 documentation. Controlling 4.5.1 Controlling with single-line diagram In the single-line diagram view, controllable objects can be opened and closed. To control the IED, logging in and authorization are required. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 52 Figure 28: Single-line diagram with Enable Control button This is only possible if logging in from the Local port as a user with Control Operations right (refer to table Default roles-to-rights in the Cyber Security Deployment Guideline). SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 53 1MRS758850 C IED operation Select the object from the Single Line Diagram. Figure 29: Single-line diagram with one breaker and IEC symbols Figure 30: Single-line diagram with one breaker and ANSI symbols Selected object is highlighted in WHMI. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 54 1MRS758850 C Select value 'Open' or 'Close'. Select 'Execute'. 4.5.1.2 Controlling SLD buttons Buttons are controlled via WHMI SLD like any other controllable single-line diagram objects. Select 'Enable control'. Figure 31: Single-line diagram with Enable Control button SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 55 Select value 'True' or 'False'. Select 'Execute'. The control position of the IED affects the controlling SLD buttons. Depending on the parameter settings, the IED may have to be in local state for the control to succeed. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 56 IED operation 1MRS758850 C SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 57: Troubleshooting

    Self-supervision for a faulty hardware module. Inspect the IED visually. • Inspect the IED visually to find any physical error causes. • If you can find some obvious physical damage, contact ABB for repair or replacement actions. Check whether the error is external or internal.
  • Page 58: Warnings

    The IED continues to perform internal tests during the fault situation. The internal fault code indicates the type of internal IED fault. When a fault appears, the code must be recorded so that it can be reported to ABB customer service. Fault indication Fault code...
  • Page 59 Analog channel configuration error. Warning Error in the SMV configura- tion. SMV config error Warning Real-time task execution is delayed. Real-time task's latency ex- ceeded Warning One of the power supply is faulty, maintenance recom- Redundant PSU fail mended. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 60: Correction Procedures

    IED from working properly, the whole file system can be restored to the original factory state. All default settings and configuration files stored in the factory are restored. Restoring factory settings is possible with PCM600. For more information, refer to SSC600 Device Management section in the Engineering Manual. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 61: Setting Passwords

    IED's memory. If the password of the last user with User Management right (refer to table Default roles-to-rights in the Cyber Security Deployment Guideline) is lost, contact ABB technical customer support. 5.4.4 Identifying IED application problems •...
  • Page 62: Environmental Aspects

    All parts used in this product are recyclable. When disposing of an IED or its parts contact a local waste handler who is authorized and specialized in disposing of electronic waste. These handlers can sort the material by using dedicated sorting processes and dispose of the product according to the local requirements. SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 63: Glossary

    A set of four numbers between 0 and 255, separated by periods. Each serv- er connected to the Internet is assigned a unique IP address that specifies the location for the TCP/ IP protocol. Local area network SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 64 Signal Matrix tool in PCM600 Sampled measured values SOTF Switch onto fault Connector type for glass fiber cable Shielded twisted-pair Software Transmission Control Protocol TCP/IP Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol Transport layer security Disturbance data recorded with or without trip bit SSC600 Operation Manual...
  • Page 65 1MRS758850 C Glossary Voltage transformer Wide area network WHMI Web human-machine interface SSC600 Operation Manual...
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