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GE B90 Communications Manual

GE B90 Communications Manual (532 pages)

Universal Relay Family  
Brand: GE | Category: Relays | Size: 3.79 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction7................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Ports20................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus21................................................................................................................................................................
Data Link Layer22................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus Rtu Crc-16 Algorithm23................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus Function Codes24................................................................................................................................................................
Execute Operation (function Code 05h)25................................................................................................................................................................
Store Multiple Settings (function Code 10h)26................................................................................................................................................................
File Transfers27................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Map32................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 60870-5-10480................................................................................................................................................................
Communication81................................................................................................................................................................
Data Formats204................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Ur Using Scl256................................................................................................................................................................
Merge Scl File261................................................................................................................................................................
Configurable Logical Devices262................................................................................................................................................................
Acsi Conformance Statement263................................................................................................................................................................
Acsi Services Conformance Statement265................................................................................................................................................................
Model Implementation Conformance Statement (mics)267................................................................................................................................................................
Master (root) Logical Device268................................................................................................................................................................
Protection (prot) Logical Device275................................................................................................................................................................
Control (ctrl) Logical Device354................................................................................................................................................................
System Logical Device389................................................................................................................................................................
Meter Logical Device410................................................................................................................................................................
General (gen) Logical Device431................................................................................................................................................................
Ge Namespace447................................................................................................................................................................
Enumerations462................................................................................................................................................................
Scl Implementation Conformance Statement (sics)463................................................................................................................................................................
Pixit Conformance Statement465................................................................................................................................................................
Tics Conformance Statement470................................................................................................................................................................
Scl Logging472................................................................................................................................................................
Scl File Storage On Ur473................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Log File Errors475................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Process476................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Process With Ied Setup Tool478................................................................................................................................................................
Instantiated Ied Capability Description (iid) File482................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Scl Files484................................................................................................................................................................
Annex - Optional Intermediate Goose Reception Objects489................................................................................................................................................................
E3-2.0 Implementation Model For Goose Configuration Via Scl492................................................................................................................................................................
Icd Files493................................................................................................................................................................
Cid Files494................................................................................................................................................................
Iid Files495................................................................................................................................................................
Dnp 4.1 Device Profile Document497................................................................................................................................................................
Dnp Point Lists506................................................................................................................................................................
Counters508................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 60870-5-103511................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 60870-5-104 Points526................................................................................................................................................................

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GE B90 Communications Manual

GE B90 Communications Manual (526 pages)

UR Family  
Brand: GE | Category: Controller | Size: 3.78 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction7................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Ports20................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus21................................................................................................................................................................
Data Link Layer22................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus Rtu Crc-16 Algorithm23................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus Function Codes24................................................................................................................................................................
Execute Operation (function Code 05h)25................................................................................................................................................................
Store Multiple Settings (function Code 10h)26................................................................................................................................................................
File Transfers27................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Map32................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 60870-5-10480................................................................................................................................................................
Communication81................................................................................................................................................................
Data Formats203................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Ur Using Scl256................................................................................................................................................................
Merge Scl File261................................................................................................................................................................
Configurable Logical Devices262................................................................................................................................................................
Acsi Conformance Statement263................................................................................................................................................................
Acsi Services Conformance Statement265................................................................................................................................................................
Model Implementation Conformance Statement (mics)267................................................................................................................................................................
Master (root) Logical Device268................................................................................................................................................................
Protection (prot) Logical Device275................................................................................................................................................................
Control (ctrl) Logical Device351................................................................................................................................................................
System Logical Device385................................................................................................................................................................
Meter Logical Device406................................................................................................................................................................
General (gen) Logical Device426................................................................................................................................................................
Ge Namespace442................................................................................................................................................................
Enumerations457................................................................................................................................................................
Scl Implementation Conformance Statement (sics)458................................................................................................................................................................
Pixit Conformance Statement460................................................................................................................................................................
Tics Conformance Statement465................................................................................................................................................................
Scl Logging467................................................................................................................................................................
Scl File Storage On Ur468................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Log File Errors470................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Process471................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Process With Ied Setup Tool473................................................................................................................................................................
Instantiated Ied Capability Description (iid) File477................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Scl Files479................................................................................................................................................................
Annex - Optional Intermediate Goose Reception Objects484................................................................................................................................................................
E3-2.0 Implementation Model For Goose Configuration Via Scl487................................................................................................................................................................
Icd Files488................................................................................................................................................................
Cid Files489................................................................................................................................................................
Iid Files490................................................................................................................................................................
Dnp 4.1 Device Profile Document491................................................................................................................................................................
Dnp Point Lists500................................................................................................................................................................
Counters502................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 60870-5-103505................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 60870-5-104 Points520................................................................................................................................................................
GE B90 Instruction Manual

GE B90 Instruction Manual (510 pages)

Low Impedance Bus Differential System  
Brand: GE | Category: Relays | Size: 19.81 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction9................................................................................................................................................................
For Further Assistance10................................................................................................................................................................
Product13................................................................................................................................................................
Description14................................................................................................................................................................
Security16................................................................................................................................................................
Order Codes19................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Modules24................................................................................................................................................................
Signal Processing25................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications27................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Elements28................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Elements29................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring30................................................................................................................................................................
Metering31................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply32................................................................................................................................................................
Outputs33................................................................................................................................................................
Communications35................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-relay Communications36................................................................................................................................................................
Cybersentry Security37................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental38................................................................................................................................................................
Type Tests39................................................................................................................................................................
Approvals40................................................................................................................................................................
Installation41................................................................................................................................................................
Control Power53................................................................................................................................................................
Ct And Vt Modules54................................................................................................................................................................
Contact Inputs And Outputs55................................................................................................................................................................
Rs232 Port66................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Communication Ports67................................................................................................................................................................
Irig-b69................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Input And Output Communications70................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber: Led And Eled Transmitters73................................................................................................................................................................
G.703 Interface74................................................................................................................................................................
Rs422 Interface78................................................................................................................................................................
Rs422 And Fiber Interface80................................................................................................................................................................
G.703 And Fiber Interface81................................................................................................................................................................
C37.94sm Interface84................................................................................................................................................................
Activate Relay87................................................................................................................................................................
Install Software88................................................................................................................................................................
System Requirements89................................................................................................................................................................
Add Device To Software91................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Serial Connection96................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Ethernet Connection97................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Modem Connection99................................................................................................................................................................
Connect To The B90100................................................................................................................................................................
Use Quick Connect Via The Front Panel Rs232 Port101................................................................................................................................................................
Use Quick Connect Via A Rear Ethernet Port102................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up Cybersentry And Change Default Password103................................................................................................................................................................
Connect To D400 Gateway104................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Files105................................................................................................................................................................
Event Viewing108................................................................................................................................................................
File Support109................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Summary Window110................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Templates111................................................................................................................................................................
Secure And Lock Flexlogic Equations115................................................................................................................................................................
Settings File Traceability118................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Interface120................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Display122................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Navigation Keys143................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicators145................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Labelling149................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Navigation156................................................................................................................................................................
Change Settings158................................................................................................................................................................
View Actual Values163................................................................................................................................................................
Change Passwords164................................................................................................................................................................
Invalid Password Entry166................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic Design Using Engineer167................................................................................................................................................................
Design Logic169................................................................................................................................................................
Send File To And From Device179................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Logic180................................................................................................................................................................
View Front Panel And Print Labels181................................................................................................................................................................
Generate Connectivity Report182................................................................................................................................................................
Toolbars186................................................................................................................................................................
Overview195................................................................................................................................................................
Product Setup197................................................................................................................................................................
Display Properties215................................................................................................................................................................
Graphical Front Panel216................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Relay Records228................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus User Map291................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Fault Report296................................................................................................................................................................
Oscillography297................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Leds299................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Self-tests303................................................................................................................................................................
Control Pushbuttons304................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Pushbuttons305................................................................................................................................................................
Flex State Parameters311................................................................................................................................................................
User-definable Displays312................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Inputs And Outputs314................................................................................................................................................................
System Setup321................................................................................................................................................................
Flexcurves322................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic331................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic Rules339................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic Example340................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic Equation Editor345................................................................................................................................................................
Grouped Elements346................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Differential347................................................................................................................................................................
Breaker Failure (ansi 50bf)352................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Elements360................................................................................................................................................................
Current Elements361................................................................................................................................................................
End Fault Protection368................................................................................................................................................................
Control Elements371................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Groups373................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Elements374................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Elements377................................................................................................................................................................
Inputs/outputs382................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Inputs384................................................................................................................................................................
Contact Outputs385................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Outputs388................................................................................................................................................................
Testing393................................................................................................................................................................
Test Mode Forcing394................................................................................................................................................................
Force Contact Outputs395................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel398................................................................................................................................................................
Status399................................................................................................................................................................
Rxgoose Boolean Inputs400................................................................................................................................................................
Rxgoose Status401................................................................................................................................................................
Flex States402................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Inputs403................................................................................................................................................................
Remaining Connection Status404................................................................................................................................................................
Txgoose Status405................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Zone406................................................................................................................................................................
Voltages407................................................................................................................................................................
Event Records408................................................................................................................................................................
Product Information410................................................................................................................................................................
Commands Menu413................................................................................................................................................................
Relay Maintenance415................................................................................................................................................................
Target Messages417................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning And Dynamic Bus Replica427................................................................................................................................................................
South Bus Zone428................................................................................................................................................................
Biased Characteristic Breakpoints429................................................................................................................................................................
Low Breakpoint430................................................................................................................................................................
External Faults On C-1431................................................................................................................................................................
External Faults On C-2433................................................................................................................................................................
External Faults On C-4434................................................................................................................................................................
Enhancing Relay Performance435................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Bus Replica439................................................................................................................................................................
Differential And Restraining Currents440................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Security441................................................................................................................................................................
Directional Principle442................................................................................................................................................................
Saturation Detector443................................................................................................................................................................
Output Logic And Examples445................................................................................................................................................................
Internal And External Fault Example446................................................................................................................................................................
General Maintenance451................................................................................................................................................................
Cybersentry Security Event Files452................................................................................................................................................................
Convert Device Settings453................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Settings To Other Device455................................................................................................................................................................
Compare Two Devices456................................................................................................................................................................
Restore Settings459................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Software461................................................................................................................................................................
Replace Front Panel463................................................................................................................................................................
Replace Module471................................................................................................................................................................
Battery472................................................................................................................................................................
Dispose Of Battery474................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Files And Data After Uninstall477................................................................................................................................................................
Storage478................................................................................................................................................................
A.1 Flexanalog Items479................................................................................................................................................................
B.1 Radius Server Configuration483................................................................................................................................................................
C.1 Command Line Interface485................................................................................................................................................................
D.1 Warranty491................................................................................................................................................................

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GE B90 Instruction Manual

GE B90 Instruction Manual (474 pages)

UR Series Low Impedance Bus Differential System  
Brand: GE | Category: Relays | Size: 8.98 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions And Warnings11................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection Procedure12................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To The Ur13................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Architecture14................................................................................................................................................................
Ur Software Architecture15................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements16................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The B90 For Software Access17................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Quick Connect Feature20................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The B90 Relay26................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting And Wiring27................................................................................................................................................................
Faceplate Keypad28................................................................................................................................................................
Relay Passwords29................................................................................................................................................................
Commissioning30................................................................................................................................................................
Overview31................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering39................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Modules41................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Elements42................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Elements43................................................................................................................................................................
Metering44................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply45................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Protocols46................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-relay Communications47................................................................................................................................................................
Type Tests48................................................................................................................................................................
Approvals49................................................................................................................................................................
Panel Cutout51................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Terminal Layout53................................................................................................................................................................
Typical Wiring54................................................................................................................................................................
Dielectric Strength60................................................................................................................................................................
Ct And Vt Modules61................................................................................................................................................................
Contact Inputs And Outputs62................................................................................................................................................................
Rs232 Faceplate Port70................................................................................................................................................................
Irig-b73................................................................................................................................................................
Description75................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber: Led And Eled Transmitters77................................................................................................................................................................
G.703 Interface79................................................................................................................................................................
Rs422 Interface82................................................................................................................................................................
Rs422 And Fiber Interface84................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee C37.94 Interface85................................................................................................................................................................
C37.94sm Interface89................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction93................................................................................................................................................................
Enervista Ur Setup Main Window95................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Templates97................................................................................................................................................................
Securing And Locking Flexlogic™ Equations101................................................................................................................................................................
Settings File Traceability103................................................................................................................................................................
Faceplate106................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicators107................................................................................................................................................................
Custom Labeling Of Leds110................................................................................................................................................................
Display114................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Settings116................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Menu121................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Elements123................................................................................................................................................................
B90 Function125................................................................................................................................................................
Display Properties130................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Relay Records131................................................................................................................................................................
Communications132................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus User Map153................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Fault Report154................................................................................................................................................................
Oscillography155................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Leds157................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Self Tests161................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Pushbuttons163................................................................................................................................................................
Flex State Parameters169................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Inputs And Outputs172................................................................................................................................................................
Installation179................................................................................................................................................................
Ac Inputs180................................................................................................................................................................
Power System181................................................................................................................................................................
Flexcurves™182................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Flexlogic™191................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic™ Rules197................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic™ Example198................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic™ Equation Editor202................................................................................................................................................................
Non-volatile Latches203................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Differential205................................................................................................................................................................
Breaker Failure209................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Elements217................................................................................................................................................................
Current Elements218................................................................................................................................................................
End Fault Protection225................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Groups230................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Elements231................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Elements234................................................................................................................................................................
Contact Inputs238................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Inputs240................................................................................................................................................................
Contact Outputs241................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Outputs243................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Devices244................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Inputs245................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Double-point Status Inputs246................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting247................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 61850 Goose Analogs251................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 61850 Goose Integers252................................................................................................................................................................
Test Mode253................................................................................................................................................................
Force Contact Inputs254................................................................................................................................................................
Force Contact Outputs255................................................................................................................................................................
Actual Values Menu257................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet262................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Inputs263................................................................................................................................................................
Metering Conventions264................................................................................................................................................................
Currents265................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 61580 Goose Analog Values266................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Fault Reports267................................................................................................................................................................
Model Information269................................................................................................................................................................
Commands Menu271................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Records272................................................................................................................................................................
Relay Maintenance273................................................................................................................................................................
Targets Menu274................................................................................................................................................................
Password Security Menu280................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Passwords281................................................................................................................................................................
Access Supervision282................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying User Privileges285................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Differential Protection287................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Bus Replica Mechanism288................................................................................................................................................................
Biased Differential Characteristic289................................................................................................................................................................
Differential And Restraining Currents290................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Security291................................................................................................................................................................
Current Directional Protection292................................................................................................................................................................
Ct Saturation Detection294................................................................................................................................................................
Output Logic296................................................................................................................................................................
North Bus Zone301................................................................................................................................................................
Low Breakpoint303................................................................................................................................................................
External Faults On C-2306................................................................................................................................................................
External Faults On C-4307................................................................................................................................................................
Using Setting Groups309................................................................................................................................................................
Replace A Module311................................................................................................................................................................
Replace Battery313................................................................................................................................................................
Dispose Of Battery314................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstall And Clear Files And Data317................................................................................................................................................................
Repairs318................................................................................................................................................................
Storage319................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal320................................................................................................................................................................
A.1.1 Flexanalog Items321................................................................................................................................................................
A.1.2 Flexinteger Items323................................................................................................................................................................
B.1.1 Introduction325................................................................................................................................................................
B.1.4 Modbus Rtu Crc-16 Algorithm326................................................................................................................................................................
B.2.1 Supported Function Codes328................................................................................................................................................................
B.2.3 Execute Operation (function Code 05h)329................................................................................................................................................................
B.2.5 Store Multiple Settings (function Code 10h)330................................................................................................................................................................
B.3.1 Obtaining Relay Files Via Modbus331................................................................................................................................................................
B.4.1 Modbus Memory Map333................................................................................................................................................................
B.4.2 Data Formats377................................................................................................................................................................
C.1.1 Introduction409................................................................................................................................................................
C.1.3 File Transfer By Iec 61850410................................................................................................................................................................
C.2.1 Overview411................................................................................................................................................................
C.2.6 Mmxn: Analog Measured Values412................................................................................................................................................................
C.3.1 Buffered And Unbuffered Reporting414................................................................................................................................................................
C.3.6 Logical Node Name Prefixes415................................................................................................................................................................
C.4.1 Overview416................................................................................................................................................................
C.4.5 Ethernet Mac Address For Gsse/goose418................................................................................................................................................................
C.4.6 Gsse Id And Goose Id Settings419................................................................................................................................................................
C.5.1 Overview420................................................................................................................................................................
C.5.2 Configuring Iec 61850 Settings421................................................................................................................................................................
C.5.3 About Icd Files422................................................................................................................................................................
C.5.4 Creating An Icd File With Enervista Ur Setup426................................................................................................................................................................
C.5.6 Importing An Scd File With Enervista Ur Setup429................................................................................................................................................................
C.6.1 Acsi Basic Conformance Statement431................................................................................................................................................................
C.6.3 Acsi Services Conformance Statement432................................................................................................................................................................
C.7.1 Logical Nodes Table435................................................................................................................................................................
D.1.1 Interoperability Document439................................................................................................................................................................
D.1.2 Iec 60870-5-104 Points447................................................................................................................................................................
E.1.1 Dnp V3.00 Device Profile449................................................................................................................................................................
E.1.2 Implementation Table452................................................................................................................................................................
E.2.1 Binary Input Points456................................................................................................................................................................
E.2.2 Binary And Control Relay Output457................................................................................................................................................................
E.2.3 Analog Inputs458................................................................................................................................................................
F.1.1 Revision History459................................................................................................................................................................
F.2.1 Standard Abbreviations463................................................................................................................................................................
F.3.1 Ge Multilin Warranty465................................................................................................................................................................
GE B90 Instruction Manual

GE B90 Instruction Manual (442 pages)

Low Impedance Bus Differential System  
Brand: GE | Category: Control Unit | Size: 16.63 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction9................................................................................................................................................................
For Further Assistance10................................................................................................................................................................
Product13................................................................................................................................................................
Security16................................................................................................................................................................
Order Codes19................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Modules24................................................................................................................................................................
Signal Processing26................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications28................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Elements29................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring31................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply33................................................................................................................................................................
Communications35................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-relay Communications36................................................................................................................................................................
Cybersentry Security37................................................................................................................................................................
Type Tests38................................................................................................................................................................
Production Tests39................................................................................................................................................................
Installation41................................................................................................................................................................
Control Power51................................................................................................................................................................
Ct And Vt Modules52................................................................................................................................................................
Contact Inputs And Outputs53................................................................................................................................................................
Rs232 Faceplate Port60................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Communication Ports61................................................................................................................................................................
Irig-b63................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Input And Output Communications64................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber: Led And Eled Transmitters67................................................................................................................................................................
G.703 Interface68................................................................................................................................................................
Rs422 Interface72................................................................................................................................................................
Rs422 And Fiber Interface74................................................................................................................................................................
G.703 And Fiber Interface75................................................................................................................................................................
C37.94sm Interface78................................................................................................................................................................
Activate Relay81................................................................................................................................................................
Install Software82................................................................................................................................................................
System Requirements83................................................................................................................................................................
Add Device To Software85................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Serial Connection91................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Ethernet Connection92................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Modem Connection94................................................................................................................................................................
Connect To The B9095................................................................................................................................................................
Use Quick Connect Via The Front Panel Rs232 Port96................................................................................................................................................................
Use Quick Connect Via A Rear Ethernet Port97................................................................................................................................................................
Import Settings98................................................................................................................................................................
Event Viewing102................................................................................................................................................................
File Support103................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Summary Window104................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Templates105................................................................................................................................................................
Secure And Lock Flexlogic Equations109................................................................................................................................................................
Settings File Traceability112................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Interface115................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Keypad116................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Settings117................................................................................................................................................................
Faceplate119................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicators120................................................................................................................................................................
Custom Led Labeling123................................................................................................................................................................
Change Passwords128................................................................................................................................................................
Invalid Password Entry129................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic Design And Monitoring Using Engineer131................................................................................................................................................................
Design Logic133................................................................................................................................................................
Send File To And From Device143................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Logic144................................................................................................................................................................
View Front Panel And Print Labels145................................................................................................................................................................
Generate Connectivity Report146................................................................................................................................................................
Toolbars150................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Menu157................................................................................................................................................................
Overview159................................................................................................................................................................
Product Setup161................................................................................................................................................................
Display Properties179................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Relay Records180................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus User Map242................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Fault Report246................................................................................................................................................................
Oscillography247................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Leds249................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Self-tests252................................................................................................................................................................
Control Pushbuttons253................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Pushbuttons254................................................................................................................................................................
Flex State Parameters259................................................................................................................................................................
User-definable Displays260................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Inputs And Outputs262................................................................................................................................................................
System Setup269................................................................................................................................................................
Flexcurves270................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic279................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic Rules286................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic Evaluation287................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic Equation Editor292................................................................................................................................................................
Grouped Elements293................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Group 1294................................................................................................................................................................
Breaker Failure (ansi 50bf)299................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Elements307................................................................................................................................................................
Current Elements308................................................................................................................................................................
End Fault Protection315................................................................................................................................................................
Control Elements318................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Groups320................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Elements321................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Elements324................................................................................................................................................................
Inputs/outputs329................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Inputs331................................................................................................................................................................
Contact Outputs332................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Outputs335................................................................................................................................................................
Testing340................................................................................................................................................................
Force Contact Inputs341................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel344................................................................................................................................................................
Status345................................................................................................................................................................
Rxgoose Boolean Inputs346................................................................................................................................................................
Rxgoose Status347................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet348................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Inputs349................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Redundancy Protocol (prp)350................................................................................................................................................................
Metering351................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Zone352................................................................................................................................................................
Voltages353................................................................................................................................................................
Event Records354................................................................................................................................................................
Firmware Revisions356................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Records358................................................................................................................................................................
Relay Maintenance359................................................................................................................................................................
Targets Menu360................................................................................................................................................................
Relay Self-tests361................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning And Dynamic Bus Replica369................................................................................................................................................................
South Bus Zone370................................................................................................................................................................
Biased Characteristic Breakpoints371................................................................................................................................................................
Low Breakpoint372................................................................................................................................................................
External Faults On C-1373................................................................................................................................................................
External Faults On C-2375................................................................................................................................................................
External Faults On C-4376................................................................................................................................................................
Enhancing Relay Performance377................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Bus Replica381................................................................................................................................................................
Differential And Restraining Currents382................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Security383................................................................................................................................................................
Directional Principle384................................................................................................................................................................
Saturation Detector385................................................................................................................................................................
Output Logic And Examples387................................................................................................................................................................
Internal And External Fault Example388................................................................................................................................................................
General Maintenance393................................................................................................................................................................
Cybersentry Security Event Files394................................................................................................................................................................
Compare Settings395................................................................................................................................................................
Back Up And Restore Settings396................................................................................................................................................................
Restore Settings398................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Software400................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Firmware401................................................................................................................................................................
Replace Module402................................................................................................................................................................
Battery404................................................................................................................................................................
Dispose Of Battery405................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Files And Data After Uninstall408................................................................................................................................................................
Repairs409................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal410................................................................................................................................................................
A.1 Flexanalog Items411................................................................................................................................................................
B.1 Radius Server Configuration415................................................................................................................................................................
C.1 Command Line Interface417................................................................................................................................................................
D.1 Warranty423................................................................................................................................................................
GE B90 Instruction Manual

GE B90 Instruction Manual (440 pages)

UR Series Low Impedance Bus Differential System  
Brand: GE | Category: Relays | Size: 9.9 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started13................................................................................................................................................................
Important Procedures13................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions And Warnings13................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection Checklist13................................................................................................................................................................
Ur Overview14................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To The Ur14................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Architecture15................................................................................................................................................................
Ur Software Architecture16................................................................................................................................................................
Important Ur Concepts16................................................................................................................................................................
Enervista Ur Setup Software17................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements17................................................................................................................................................................
Software Installation17................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The B90 For Software Access18................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Quick Connect Feature21................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The B90 Relay27................................................................................................................................................................
Ur Hardware28................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting And Wiring28................................................................................................................................................................
Communications28................................................................................................................................................................
Faceplate Display28................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Relay29................................................................................................................................................................
Faceplate Keypad29................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Navigation29................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Hierarchy29................................................................................................................................................................
Relay Activation29................................................................................................................................................................
Relay Passwords30................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic™ Customization30................................................................................................................................................................
Commissioning31................................................................................................................................................................
Product Description33................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction33................................................................................................................................................................
Overview33................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering39................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Modules40................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications42................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Elements42................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Elements43................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring43................................................................................................................................................................
Metering44................................................................................................................................................................
Inputs44................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply45................................................................................................................................................................
Outputs45................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-relay Communications47................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental47................................................................................................................................................................
Type Tests48................................................................................................................................................................
Production Tests48................................................................................................................................................................
Approvals49................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance49................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware51................................................................................................................................................................
Description51................................................................................................................................................................
Panel Cutout51................................................................................................................................................................
Module Withdrawal And Insertion53................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Terminal Layout54................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring56................................................................................................................................................................
Typical Wiring56................................................................................................................................................................
Dielectric Strength62................................................................................................................................................................
Control Power62................................................................................................................................................................
Ct And Vt Modules63................................................................................................................................................................
Contact Inputs And Outputs64................................................................................................................................................................
Rs232 Faceplate Port72................................................................................................................................................................
Ge Multilin72................................................................................................................................................................
B90 Low Impedance Bus Differential System72................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Communication Ports72................................................................................................................................................................
Irig-b75................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Input/output Communications77................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber: Led And Eled Transmitters79................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber-laser Transmitters79................................................................................................................................................................
Interface80................................................................................................................................................................
Rs422 Interface83................................................................................................................................................................
Rs422 And Fiber Interface85................................................................................................................................................................
And Fiber Interface85................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee C37.94 Interface86................................................................................................................................................................
C37.94sm Interface89................................................................................................................................................................
Human Interfaces93................................................................................................................................................................
Enervista Ur Setup Software Interface93................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Site List93................................................................................................................................................................
Enervista Ur Setup Overview93................................................................................................................................................................
Enervista Ur Setup Main Window95................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Enervista Ur Setup Features96................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Templates96................................................................................................................................................................
Securing And Locking Flexlogic™ Equations100................................................................................................................................................................
Settings File Traceability102................................................................................................................................................................
Faceplate Interface105................................................................................................................................................................
Faceplate105................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicators106................................................................................................................................................................
Custom Labeling Of Leds108................................................................................................................................................................
Display114................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad114................................................................................................................................................................
Menus114................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Settings115................................................................................................................................................................
Settings115................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Menu119................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Elements121................................................................................................................................................................
Product Setup123................................................................................................................................................................
B90 Function123................................................................................................................................................................
Security123................................................................................................................................................................
Display Properties128................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Relay Records129................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus User Map147................................................................................................................................................................
Real Time Clock148................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Fault Report149................................................................................................................................................................
Oscillography150................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Leds152................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Self Tests155................................................................................................................................................................
Control Pushbuttons155................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Pushbuttons157................................................................................................................................................................
Flex State Parameters162................................................................................................................................................................
User-definable Displays163................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Inputs And Outputs165................................................................................................................................................................
Installation173................................................................................................................................................................
System Setup174................................................................................................................................................................
Ac Inputs174................................................................................................................................................................
Power System175................................................................................................................................................................
Flexcurves176................................................................................................................................................................
Bus183................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Differential Protection183................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic185................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Flexlogic185................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic™ Rules191................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic™ Example192................................................................................................................................................................
Flexlogic™ Equation Editor196................................................................................................................................................................
Non-volatile Latches197................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Differential199................................................................................................................................................................
Breaker Failure203................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Elements211................................................................................................................................................................
Current Elements212................................................................................................................................................................
End Fault Protection219................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Groups224................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Elements225................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Elements228................................................................................................................................................................
Contact Inputs232................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Inputs234................................................................................................................................................................
Contact Outputs235................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Outputs237................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Devices238................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Inputs239................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Double-point Status Inputs240................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting241................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 61850 Goose Analogs245................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 61850 Goose Integers246................................................................................................................................................................
Test Mode247................................................................................................................................................................
Force Contact Inputs248................................................................................................................................................................
Force Contact Outputs249................................................................................................................................................................
Actual Values Main Menu251................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet256................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Inputs257................................................................................................................................................................
Metering Conventions258................................................................................................................................................................
Currents259................................................................................................................................................................
Iec 61580 Goose Analog Values260................................................................................................................................................................
User-programmable Fault Reports261................................................................................................................................................................
Model Information262................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Records264................................................................................................................................................................
Relay Maintenance265................................................................................................................................................................
Targets Menu266................................................................................................................................................................
Password Security Menu272................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Passwords273................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Permission Security Access274................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying User Privileges286................................................................................................................................................................
Ct Ratio Matching290................................................................................................................................................................
Biased Differential Characteristic291................................................................................................................................................................
Differential And Restraining Currents292................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Security293................................................................................................................................................................
Current Directional Protection294................................................................................................................................................................
Ct Saturation Detection295................................................................................................................................................................
Output Logic296................................................................................................................................................................
North Bus Zone301................................................................................................................................................................
Low Breakpoint303................................................................................................................................................................
External Faults On C-2305................................................................................................................................................................
External Faults On C-4306................................................................................................................................................................
Using Setting Groups308................................................................................................................................................................
A.1.1 Flexanalog Items309................................................................................................................................................................
A.1.2 Flexinteger Items311................................................................................................................................................................
B.1.1 Introduction313................................................................................................................................................................
B.1.4 Crc-16 Algorithm314................................................................................................................................................................
B.2.1 Supported Function Codes315................................................................................................................................................................
B.2.3 Execute Operation (function Code 05h)316................................................................................................................................................................
B.2.5 Store Multiple Settings (function Code 10h)317................................................................................................................................................................
B.3.1 Obtaining Relay Files Via Modbus318................................................................................................................................................................
B.3.2 Modbus Password Operation319................................................................................................................................................................
B.4.1 Modbus Memory Map320................................................................................................................................................................
B.4.2 Data Formats362................................................................................................................................................................
C.1.1 Introduction377................................................................................................................................................................
C.2.1 Overview378................................................................................................................................................................
C.2.6 Mmxn: Analog Measured Values379................................................................................................................................................................
C.3.1 Buffered And Unbuffered Reporting381................................................................................................................................................................
C.3.6 Logical Node Name Prefixes382................................................................................................................................................................
C.4.1 Overview383................................................................................................................................................................
C.4.5 Ethernet Mac Address For Gsse/goose385................................................................................................................................................................
C.4.6 Gsse Id And Goose Id Settings386................................................................................................................................................................
C.5.1 Overview387................................................................................................................................................................
C.5.2 Configuring Iec 61850 Settings388................................................................................................................................................................
C.5.3 About Icd Files389................................................................................................................................................................
C.5.4 Creating An Icd File With Enervista Ur Setup393................................................................................................................................................................
C.5.6 Importing An Scd File With Enervista Ur Setup396................................................................................................................................................................
C.6.1 Acsi Basic Conformance Statement398................................................................................................................................................................
C.6.3 Acsi Services Conformance Statement399................................................................................................................................................................
C.7.1 Logical Nodes Table402................................................................................................................................................................
D.1.2 Iec 60870-5-104 Points413................................................................................................................................................................
E.1.1 Dnp V3.00 Device Profile415................................................................................................................................................................
E.1.2 Implementation Table418................................................................................................................................................................
E.2.1 Binary Input Points422................................................................................................................................................................
E.2.2 Binary And Control Relay Output423................................................................................................................................................................
E.2.3 Analog Inputs424................................................................................................................................................................
F.1.1 Revision History425................................................................................................................................................................
F.2.1 Standard Abbreviations430................................................................................................................................................................
F.3.1 Ge Multilin Warranty432................................................................................................................................................................

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