Voltage Regulator Control

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Voltage Regulator Control
Instructions Manual
EE-55166
Revision 2 - December/2011
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Security Information
The objective of this manual is to provide general information about the functionality of the
voltage regulator TB-R1000 control. It does not exempt the user from the responsibility of the
application, installation, operations and maintenance of this equipment.
DANGER: This equipment operates at hazardous levels of supply voltage, and it can
cause death or serious injury to the user.
WARNING: This equipment shall be operated by authorized and trained personnel only.
—User profile:
For the purposes of this manual, any authorized and trained person is aware of the electrical
risks inherent to the operation of the equipment being discussed (Voltage Regulator).
Furthermore, the user shall have the following qualifications:
a) Be trained and authorized to energize, de-energize, operate, parameterize, ground,
and to carry out the maintenance procedures in accordance with to the security standards
established by the user and under its responsibility.
b) Be trained to operate and use the personal safety equipment properly, such as rubber
gloves, helmet, safety goggles or masks, safety clothing, etc., in accordance with to the security
standards established.
c) Be trained in rendering first aid.
d) Be trained in relation to the operational principles of the TB-R1000 CONTROL, as well as
of its parameterization
—Terminal blocks “1” and “12” located inside the box of the TB-R1000 CONTROL refer to the
secondary of the CT of measurement of the regulator's current.
DANGER: Before disconnecting the plug connectors of 20 pins on the rear part of the
upper control panel, close the jump between the terminal blocks “1” and “12” located
inside the box, avoiding open CT secondary.
— To put the voltage regulator in or out of service, follow the instructions contained in the
label attached to the box of the TB-R1000 control (Figure 01).
DANGER: Before proceeding with the operations put the voltage regulator in or out of
service, make sure that the indicating light of neutral position, located on the lower control
panel, is lit and there is an indication of TAP “0” on the front control panel and on the external
position indicator. Do not proceed with the operations before confirming these items.
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Figure 01
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Table of Contents
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Introduction.............................................................................................................
Standard of quality....................................................................................................
Overview...................................................................................................................
Available Functions ..................................................................................................
Specifications of the equipment...............................................................................
Type tests..................................................................................................................
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1
1
1
2
2
2.0
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
2.1.5
2.1.6
2.1.7
2.1.8
2.1.9
2.1.10
2.1.11
2.1.12
2.1.13
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
2.2.5
2.2.6
2.2.7
2.2.8
2.2.9
2.2.10
Layout of the Front Panel, Operations and Controls.............................................
Upper panel..............................................................................................................
Display......................................................................................................................
Indications of the LCD...............................................................................................
Keypad.....................................................................................................................
Reset key..................................................................................................................
Manual/ Automatic key.............................................................................................
Local/Remote key.....................................................................................................
Raise Tap key............................................................................................................
Lower Tap key...........................................................................................................
Menu key..................................................................................................................
Conf key....................................................................................................................
Increment key...........................................................................................................
Decrement key..........................................................................................................
Serial communication port 1.....................................................................................
Lower panel..............................................................................................................
External supply terminals.........................................................................................
Voltmeter terminals...................................................................................................
Operation counter.....................................................................................................
Neutral indicating light..............................................................................................
Power switch.............................................................................................................
Auxiliary control........................................................................................................
ON/Off switch...........................................................................................................
Raise/Lower switch...................................................................................................
Control fuse..............................................................................................................
Motor fuse.................................................................................................................
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3
3
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
7
7
3.0
3.1
3.2
Modes of operation................................................................................................. 8
Manual/Automatic.................................................................................................... 8
Local/Remote........................................................................................................... 8
4.0
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
4.1.6
4.1.7
4.2
4.3
Display units............................................................................................................
Types of units............................................................................................................
Parameters...............................................................................................................
Demands..................................................................................................................
Instantaneous...........................................................................................................
Function....................................................................................................................
Configuration............................................................................................................
Totalizers...................................................................................................................
Registers...................................................................................................................
Hourly post function..................................................................................................
Daylight saving time..................................................................................................
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9
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Table of Contents
4.4
4.5
Menu functions.........................................................................................................
function codes..........................................................................................................
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13
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
Functions.................................................................................................................
Reference voltage.....................................................................................................
Bandwidth.................................................................................................................
Time delay ................................................................................................................
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34
34
34
5.4
5.5
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.5.3
5.5.4
5.5.5
5.5.6
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
Adjustment of the line voltage drop compensator....... ............................................
Mode of operation of the reverse flow......................................................................
Locked forward mode .............................................................................................
Locked reverse mode .............................................................................................
Reverse IDLE mode ................................................................................................
Bi-directional mode .................................................................................................
Neutral IDLE mode ..................................................................................................
Co-generation mode ...............................................................................................
Load bonus mode ...................................................................................................
Voltage limiter mode ................................................................................................
Self test.....................................................................................................................
Date and Time Presentation .....................................................................................
Number of resets made since the last start-up..........................................................
TAP Zero function.....................................................................................................
Open door detector..................................................................................................
Keypad password....................................................................................................
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36
37
37
38
38
38
39
39
40
41
41
41
42
42
42
6.0
Protocol DNP 3.0.....................................................................................................
43
7.0
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
Communication and configuration software........................................................
Minimum hardware requirements............................................................................
Software installation.................................................................................................
Software basic operation..........................................................................................
File menu.................................................................................................................
Registration menu....................................................................................................
Factory menu...........................................................................................................
Tools menu...............................................................................................................
Macro menu.............................................................................................................
Report menu............................................................................................................
Graph menu............................................................................................................
Help menu.................................................................................................................
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66
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82
8.0
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
Installations and connections...............................................................................
Characteristics of the control box.............................................................................
Layout of the control box..........................................................................................
Layout of the control box with resistance heating controlled by thermostat..............
Schematic wiring diagram .......................................................................................
Schematic wiring diagram with resistance heating controlled by thermostat..........
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84
85
86
87
9.0
9.1
9.2
9.3
Accessories............................................................................................................
Auxiliary printed circuit board TB-PA102 (Optional).................................................
Transformer to correct voltage external power control (Optional)............................
Resistance heating controlled by thermostat (Optional)..........................................
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1 - Introduction
1.0 Introduction
measured at intervals previously adjusted in
the panel.
It is possible to obtain all the values
adjusted and measured through a serial port,
also allowing the remote operation of the
control.
It also has a Clock / Calendar to register the
events. This clock uses a super back-up
capacitor that keeps it working during a power
failure for at least 500 hours.
All the circuits are protected against
transients through varistors and fuses.
This manual contains the instructions for
the installation, operation, and maintenance of
the TB-R1000 control for Single-phase Voltage
Regulators manufactured by Toshiba
Infraestrutura América do Sul Ltda. and
equipped with tap changers of the types CR3,
CR5, CR7, and CR10.
1.1 Standard of quality
Toshiba Infraestrutura América do Sul
Ltda. is a 100% subsidiary of Toshiba
Corporation and is certified according to the
standards ISO9001 and ISO14001.
DNP3
POWER SUPPLY
CONTROL SIGNAL
1.2 Overview
WATCH DOG
The objective of the TB-R1000 control for
single-phase voltage regulator is to maintain
the voltage at the consumer within the
parameters selected by monitoring the line
and by activating the “ON LOAD TAP
CHANGER”.
As a result, it brings the following benefits:
RTC
RS 232
RS 485
OPTIC FIBER
ETHERNET
MODEM GSM
DRIVER
V
DSP
60 MIPs
DRIVER
I
LCD
MOTOR DRIVER
M
1.3 Available functions
—Line drop compensator;
—Voltage limiter;
—Reverse flow detector;
—Line parameters measurement;
—Measurement of demand with register of
events;
—Serial port for communication with
protocol DNP 3.0;
—Clock / Calendar;
—Indication of position with the respective
maximum and minimum values and with
register of events;
—Tap zero function.
—Voltage regulated at the consumer;
—Provides quality in the power supply.
The TB-R1000 control has been designed
based on the architecture of a DSP within 60
MIPs, which has a 256 kBytes of FLASH
MEMORY. The flash memory is responsible for
retaining the adjustments and memories
during a power failure, thus ensuring that the
control will keep all its adjustments without
alterations even during long periods of supply
shortage.
A 12-bit A/D converter is used to convert
the voltage and the line current from analog to
digital. This information is used for processing
the control, which, if compared to the adjusted
values, will result in a corrective action in the
system.
The values adjusted and measured and
the position of the on load tap changer can be
visualized in a LCD.
The TB-R1000 control has a RAM memory
that registers the instantaneous values
Communication DNP 3.0
RS232
RS485
Ethernet
Optic fiber
Optional
Modem GSM
Inputs
Current transformer
Potential transformer
Neutral position indication
Operation counter
Polarity reversal
Position sensor
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Outputs
Motor
Analog operation
counter
Analog position
indicator reset
1 - Introduction
—IEC 60255-22-4/02
Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test
—IEC 61000-4-11/00
Voltage dips, short interruptions and
voltage variations immunity test.
—IEC -CISPR 22
Conducted and radiated emissivity.
—IEC 60068-2-1
Cold test.
—IEC 60068-2-14
Thermal cycle.
—IEC 60068-2-2
Dry heat.
—IEC 60068-2-78
Dump heat.
—IEC 60255-21-1
Vibration.
1.4 Specifications of the equipment
—Dimensions:
Case 85 x 227 x 235 mm.
Control box 165 x 304 x 470 mm.
Weight:
Case 2 kg.
Control box + Case = 10.5 kg.
—Load (120V): 4VA.
—Operating temperature range:
-40 to +85°C.
—Accuracy within the measurement
range: 0.5%.
— Measurement Range:
80-137 VAC,45-65 Hz.
—Current input: Measurement range 00.400 A(ac) 45-65 Hz with error margin
below 0.5% (0.001 A) of the rated current at
full charge (0.200 A).
—Values calculated: kVA, kW, and kVAr,
with error margin below 1% in all
conditions.
—“Absolute limit” supply range:
40 to 260 VAC.
—Current: The control can support the
short-circuit current in the regulator
without damages or loss of calibration.
1.5 Type Tests
—IEC 60255-22-5/02
High energy surges immunity test.
—IEC 60255-22-1/88
1Mhz burst immunity test.
—IEC 61000-4-3/00
Radiated, radio frequency,
electromagnetic field immunity test.
—IEC 60255-22-6/01
Immunity to electromagnetic fields from
radio interference.
—IEC 61000-4-8/00
Power frequency magnetic field immunity
test.
—IEC 60255-5/00
Impulse voltage test.
—IEC 60255-5/00
Dielectric test.
—IEC60255-22-2/96
Immunity test.
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2 - Layout of the Front Panel, Operations and Controls
2.0 Layout of the Front Panel, Operations and Controls
2.1.1
LCD
2.1.9
2.1.11
2.1.4
2.1.3
2.1
Upper
Panel
(Case)
Keypad
MENU
2.1.5
2.1.7
5.11
2.1.6
CONF
2.1.3
Keypad
2.1.8
2.1.10
T B- R10 0 0
2.1.12
2.1.13
RS-232
Serial Port 1
(Connector DB9)
2.2.3
Motor Fuse
2.2.10
Neutral Indicating Light
2.2
Lower
Panel
2.2.9
Analog Operations
Counter
2.2.4
Control Fuse
000 000
2.2.5
Power
Switch
2.2.2
Voltmeter
Terminals
The front panel of TB-R1000 is divided into
two sections, an upper panel, and a lower
panel.
2.2.7
2.2.8
2.2.1
Auxiliary Control External supply
Terminals
2.2.6
codes using the keypad, the obtainment of
information about:
! Mode of operation: Manual/Automatic.
— Mode of control: Local / Remote.
— Load Bonus: Maximum / Minimum.
— Voltage out of band: Raise or lower or
below the parameterized values.
— Voltage limit control: upper / lower.
— Operating quadrant: Inductive or
capacitive characteristic.
— Power flow: Direct / Reverse.
2.1 Upper panel
The following items are available in the
upper panel:
! Liquid crystal display
! Keypad
! RS-232 Serial port 1 (Connector DB 9)
2.1.1 Display - The control is equipped with a
LCD with characters dedicated to the voltage
regulators functions, which allows, at the same
time and without the necessity of accessing
The display is equipped with backlight
for operations with low luminosity.
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2 - Layout of the Front Panel, Operations and Controls
2.1.2 Indications of the LCD
DEM
0
MAX
MENU
MIN
CONF
Magnitude
Description
! Defines the description of the
value displayed.
Manual Mode
! Indicates the mode of operation.
Enabled through the key
MANUAL/AUTO.
1st Quadrant
2nd Quadrant
3rd Quadrant
4th Quadrant
Remote mode
Maximum
load bonus
Minimum
load bonus
Code and
sub-code
! Local/Remote: Indicates the
type of control.
Enabled through the key
LOCAL/REMOTE.
Code
Sub-code
Magnitude
unit
! Indicates the LOAD BONUS
function in the maximum and
minimum TAP values.
Lower
voltage
Hourly Post
Maximum voltage
limiting activated
Minimum voltage
limiting activated
! Indicates the code and sub-code
of the unit presented in the display.
! Indicates the unit of measurement
presented in the display.
Value of magnitude
Demand
Raise
voltage
! Indicates the quadrant
operation, as well as the power
flow.
1st Quadrant: Direct flow with
inductive load.
2nd Quadrant: Reverse flow
with capacitive load.
3rd Quadrant: Reverse flow
with inductive load.
4th Quadrant: Direct flow with
capacitive load.
! Indicates the necessity of
increasing
or decreasing the
voltage according to the values
parameterized.
Maximum
demand
Minimum
demand
Function
! Indicates the current hourly
post.
TAP 0 activated
Activated
menu
! Indicates the operation of the
voltage limit function in the
maximum and minimum voltage
values.
Configuration
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! Indicates the value of
the unit presented in the
display.
! Indicates the operation of the
DEMAND function.
! Indicates the operation of the
demand of voltage and current in
the maximum and minimum
values.
! Indicates the operation of the
“TAP 0” function.
! Indicates that the static mode
has been enabled.
! Indicates the alteration of a
certain code.
2 - Layout of the Front Panel, Operations and Controls
2.1.3 Keypad
MENU
CONF
2.1.10 CONF CONF - Enables the parameters
alteration using the keypad. When selected,
CONF ).
the indication CONF is displayed (
This key is enabled only with the display set in
the static presentation mode.
Through an easy-to-use keypad, it is
possible to change the values adjusted, view
the values measured, change the mode of
operation, select the mode as manual or
automatic, select the TB-R1000 in local or
remote mode, and also activate the tap
changer motor without the necessity of any
kind of accessory.
2.1.11 Increment
- This key is enabled
only with the display set in the static
presentation mode.
It has dual function:
! Cycles the list of the display units in
crescent order out of the “configuration mode”
(
CONF disabled).
! Increments the parameter selected in
CONF enabled).
the “configuration mode”(
2.1.4 RESET - This key operates the
eletromechanical drag hands on the regulator
position indicator to the present TAP. This also
reset the values in the codes 41 and 42.
2.1.5 Manual
/Automatic - Indicates the
control's mode of operation. See item 3.1
2.1.12 Decrement
- This key is enabled
only with the display set in the static
presentation mode.
It has dual function:
! Cycles the list of the display units in
decreasing order out of the “configuration
mode” (
CONF disabled).
! It diminishes the parameter selected in
the “configuration mode” (
CONF enabled).
2.1.6 Local/Remote - Indicates the type of
monitoring. See item 3.2.
2.1.7 Raise TAP
manual mode.
- Increase the TAP in the
2.1.8 Lower TAP
manual mode.
- Decrease the TAP in the
2.1.13 RS-232 Serial communication port 1
(Connector DB 9)
The TB-R1000 serial port allows the data
acquisition saved in the mass memory,
parameterization, on-line viewing of the values
measured, and operation of the control
through the control communication software
or through the communication protocol DNP3.0.
Baud rate 1200 to 38400 bps with 8 bits
without parity and 1 stop bit.
DISPLAY navigation keys.
2.1.9 MENU MENU - Indicates the mode of
exhibition of the display: Cyclic or static.
!Cyclic Mode - The control presents up to
8 units in the display at interval of 4 seconds,
parameterized through the TBR Control
communication software.
!Static Mode - It fixes the indication of the
current unit displayed. In this mode, the MENU
indication is displayed (
MENU ).
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2 - Layout of the Front Panel, Operations and Controls
2.2 lower panel
They are available in the lower panel
following items:
External supply terminals
! Voltmeter terminals
! Operations counter
! Neutral indicating light
! Power switch
! Auxiliary control
! Control fuse, 0,5A
! Motor fuse ,4A
! External source fuse, 4A
WARNING: Be sure that the voltage level
and polarity of the external source ful fill the
specifications before connect it to the
TB-R1000 control terminals, the red
terminal correspond to the line terminal
(PHASE), the black terminal is hardwired
directly to the control chassis and
correspond to the GROUND terminal.
Fails to comply with this procedure can
cause injury to the user or damages to the
equipment.
NOTE 1.
Minimum requirements for the external
source:
—Voltage (absolute limit): 105 up to 240
Vac 50Hz.
—Power: 300 VA.
2.2.1 External supply terminals
Allows the supply of the control in case of
line drop voltage. In this condition, the power
switch (2.2.5) shall be in the “External”
position.
2.2.6 Auxiliary control
WARNING: The TAP-Changer Control
shall be used only in the absence of the
upper panel (Case) of TB-R1000
control.
2.2.2 Voltmeter Terminals
The lower panel of the TB-R1000 has
terminals for measuring the secondary
voltage supplied to the load.
2.2.3 Motor fuse, 4A
Protects the tap changer motor.
2.2.7 “ On/Off” switch
This switch determine the control for the
tap-changer motor.
In the “On” position only the tap-changer
motor is powered, no power is delivered to
control, the operator should raise or lower the
tap-changer motor manually through the
“RAISE / LOWER” switch.
In the ”OFF” position only the control is
powered, no power is delivered to the tapchanger motor.
2.2.4 Control fuse, 0,5A
Protects the TB-R1000 from mis-wiring of a
external pt.
2.2.5 Power switch
This switch determines the power source
for control and tap-changer motor.
NORMAL position - The control and tapchanger motor are powered by the voltage
regulator internal source.
2.2.8 “Raise/Lower” switch ²
This switch allows the operator raise and
lower the tap-changer motor manually.
In the “RAISE” position the tap-changer
may be raise by momentarily toggling the
switch.
In the “LOWER” position the tap-changer
may be lowered by momentarily toggling the
switch.
EXTERNAL¹ position - The control and
tap-changer motor are powered by an external
source connected to the “EXTERNAL
SOURCE” terminals.
OFF position: the control and tap-changer are
not powered.
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NOTE 2.
“RAISE/LOWER” switch has no priority
over the “EXTERNAL / OFF / NORMAL” and
”ON / OFF” switches. The functionality
described above is valid only with the
“EXTERNAL / OFF / NORMAL” switch on
“EXTERNAL” or ”NORMAL” position and the
“ON / OFF” switch on ”ON” position.
2.2.9 Operation counter
Indicates the number of operations carried
out by the tap changer.
2.2.10 Neutral indicating light
Indicates that the regulator is operating
with TAP Zero.
DANGER: This indication of neutral
position as well as TAP 0 display
indication (code 12, sub-code 00) shall
be considered during maneuvering
operations of regulator to put it into or
out of operation in the transmission
line.(System)
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3 - Modes of Operation
of TAP's shall have the LOAD BONUS
parameters defined in codes 70, 71 and 72.
3.0 Modes of operation
3.1 Manual
/ Automatic
3.2 Local / Remote
— Automatic Mode:
- The switch (2.2.5) of the lower panel
shall be in the “Normal” position.
- The key (2.1.5) of the upper panel shall be
in the “Auto” position. In this condition the icon
“ “ is not showed on the display.
- The switch (2.2.7) of the Auxiliary Control
in the lower panel shall be in the “Off” position.
In this condition, when the voltage in the
line moves to a level which represents on outof-band condition, the TB-R1000 will operate in
the following manner:
A) The indication of increasing ”
“ or
decreasing “
“ the voltage will be displayed.
B) The temporization for activating the tap
changer motor shall be initialized.
C) During the temporization, if the level of
voltage in the line returns to the values
parameterized within the band, the indication
of increasing or decreasing the voltage will be
disabled and the temporization will be finished.
D) If the voltage level remains out-of-band
during the entire temporization, the control will
activate the tap changer in order to reestablish
the level of voltage within the parameterized
values.
The Local/Remote key selects the serial
port that will be used for commanding and
monitoring the equipment.
Local = Allows communication RS-232
through serial 1 (front).
Remote = Allows communication to
automation through serial 2 (Auxiliary PCI). In
this condition the icon “ “ is showed on the
display.
Note: When the equipment is operating in the
remote mode, it is not possible to change the
parameters of control through the front serial
port, being only possible to read the units
displayed.
— Manual Mode:
- The switch (2.2.5) of the lower panel shall
be in the “Normal” position for the operation of
the control supplied by the line voltage or in the
“External” position for external supply through
the terminals (2.2.1).
- The key (2.1.5) of the upper panel shall be
in the “Manual” position. In this condition the
icon “ “ is showed on the display.
- The switch (2.2.7) of the Auxiliary Control
in the lower panel shall be in the “Off” position.
In this condition, the control will not
operate due to the variation of the voltage level
in the line like the automatic mode, but through
manual commands made by the user through
the Raise
and Lower
keys of the upper
panel.
In the manual mode, the range of variation
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4 - Display Units
4.1.7 Register
These are units of register of occurrence.
4.0 Display units
4.1 Types of units
There are seven types of codes in the
control.
4.2 Hourly post function
The TB-R1000 has been designed to work
with hourly post function, which is act of
programming the units of set voltage,
bandwidth, time delay, reactive and resistive
compensation according to hourly-seasonal
variations, i.e., these units change according
to the day and time.
The control has four (4) time categories
that may be configured in various possible
ways, being identified as A, B, C, and D, all
displayed in the control.
The units that can be reconfigured according
to the time category described above are the
following:
- Set voltage
- Bandwidth
- Time delay
- Reactive line drop compensation
- Resistive line drop compensation
- Time delay mode
Each time category has two (2) units:
4.1.1 Parameter
These are units responsible for
determining the levels of adjustment
necessary for the perfect operation of the
control in the direct and reverse flows.
4.1.2 Demand
These are units of measurement of
integrated value in time as configured in code
84 (Demand time Interval).
They present the following sub-codes:
00 Demand of the previous period.
01 M a x i m u m d e m a n d s i n c e t h e
initialization.
02 Date of occurrence of the maximum
demand.
03 Time of occurrence of the maximum
demand.
04 M i n i m u m d e m a n d s i n c e t h e
initialization.
05 Date of occurrence of the minimum
demand.
06 Time of occurrence of the minimum
demand.
Initial time: indicates the beginning of the
hourly post on the days on which it is valid.
Day on which the time category is valid:
indicates the days on which the time category
is valid, according to the modalities of time
category listed below:
Hourly post modalities
0 = Disables the hourly post.
1 = Enables from the programmed hour.
2 = Enables from the programmed hour in
the daylight saving time .
3 = Enables from the programmed hour
except in the daylight saving time.
4 = Enables from the programmed hour
from monday to Saturday.
5 = Enables from the programmed hour
from monday to Friday.
6 = Enables from the programmed hour on
saturdays, sundays, and holidays.
7 = Enables from the programmed hour on
saturdays and sundays.
4.1.3 Instantaneous
It presents instantaneous measurement
values.
4.1.4 Function
These are units related to the mode of work
of the control.
4.1.5 Configuration
These are units responsible for
determining the parameters related to the
control and its type of work.
4.1.6 Totalizer
These are units that present cumulative
values throughout time.
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8 = Enables from the programmed hour
on sundays and holidays.
9 = Enables from the programmed hour
on mondays.
10 = Enables from the programmed hour
on thuesdays.
11 = Enables from the programmed hour
on wednesdays.
12 = Enables from the programmed hour
on thursdays.
13 = Enables from the programmed hour
on fridays.
14 = Enables from the programmed hour
on saturdays.
15 = Enables from the programmed hour
on sundays.
16 = Enables from the programmed hour
on holidays.
precedence shall prevail over the time
precedence, and the time precedence shall
prevail over the post precedence.
Category “A” will be selected whenever all
other categories are disabled.
Holiday
When defining any post hourly as a
holiday, it is necessary to enter with the date in
the Holiday date.
4.3 Daylight saving time
The routines of daylight saving time are
adjusted through software DNP3 TBR Control
software.
To enable it, select the “Daylight saving
time” and enter with the beginnig and end
date. This routine subtracts one hour from the
internal electronic clock when post hourly is
detected.
Note: When setting the time with the
daylight saving time enabled, do not forget to
enter one hour ahead, i.e., to set for 2:30 PM,
you shall enter 3:30 PM.
The Hourly post function has 3 precedence
rules, which are:
1. Day precedence.
2. Post precedence.
3. Category precedence.
The priority will consider that the day
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4.4 Menu functions
Unit
Flow direction Function
Parameter
Direct flow
Reverse flow
Measurement of
Direct flow
demand
Code
Set voltage
Bandwidth
Time delay
Line compensation, resistance
Line compensation, reactance
Set voltage
Bandwidth
Time delay
Line compensation, resistance
Line compensation, reactance
Load voltage demand
Compensated voltage demand
Function
005
051
052
053
054
055
020
021
Source voltage demand
Load voltage demand
Compensated voltage demand
Load current demand
Power factor for maximum and minimum KVA
032
033
Apparent power demand
Active power demand
034
035
Reactive power demand
Source voltage demand
036
037
Reverse flow operation mode
Reverse current flow threshold
Potentiometric disk existence
Load bonus mode
Upper position
Lower position
Voltage limiting mode
Upper voltage
Lower voltage
Demand time Interval
Self test
Number of resets made since the last start-up
Event log reset/Operation counter reset/Position indicator reset
Keypad password
056
057
058
070
071
072
080
081
082
084
088
042
095
100
DNP 3.0 Local/Remote selection
Enable unsolicited
101
102
Active power demand
Reactive power demand
Direct flow
and
Reverse flow
003
004
022
023
024
025
026
027
030
031
Load current demand
Power factor for maximum and minimum KVA
Apparent power demand
Reverse flow
001
002
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4.4 Menu functions
Unit
Flow direction Function
Code
Instantaneous
measurement
Direct flow
and
Reverse flow
Instantaneous load voltage
Instantaneous source voltage
Instantaneous line drop compensated voltage
Instantaneous load current
Tap position indication
Power factor and quadrant
Instantaneous apparent power
Instantaneous active power
Instantaneous reactive power
Line frequency
006
007
008
009
012
013
014
015
016
017
Configurations
Direct flow
and
Reverse flow
Totalizer
Direct flow
and
Reverse flow
Control identification
Regulator configuration
Time delay operation mode
Nominal apparent power
PT ratio
CT ratio
Operation counter
Active energy
Reactive energy
044
045
046
047
048
049
000
010
011
Register
Direct flow
and
Reverse flow
Maximum TAP
Minimum TAP
Date and time
Date presentation
040
041
091
094
Communication
Direct flow
and
Reverse flow
Remote data port
096
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Sub-code
00
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Totalizer
Operation counter
-16 to 17
Unit of
measurement
Display
0P COU
00
00
NA
Default
Value
NA
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
0
999999
XXXXX
• Registry the number of commutations performed by the regulator since its initialization. It is incremented whenever occurs operation
in the TAP change in the tap changer.
• The sub-code 00 indicates the total of commutations made in the regulator.
• The sub-codes from -16 to 16 indicate the total of commutations performed in each TAP, respectively.
• The sub-code 17 indicates the total of commutations made in the neutral position (TAP ZERO).
01
00 to 03
Direct flow
parameter
Set voltage (Direct flow) SET V
01
00
Volt
(V)
120
100
135
120.0 V
• Range: 100 up to135 V. Step 0.1 V.
• Indicates the voltage level to which the control will regulate in the regulator’s load side during the direct power flow.
• The sub-codes 00, 01, 02, and 03 determine the parameterization to post hourly A, B, C, and D, respectively. See item 4.2.
02
00 to 03
Direct flow
parameter
Bandwidth (Direct flow) bANdW
02
00
Volt
(V)
2.0
1.0
6.0
2.0 V
• Range: 1 up to 6 V. Step 0.1 V.
• Indicates the voltage range above and below the reference voltage in which the load side voltage in the direct flow can vary without
TAP commutation in the regulator.
Example: One bandwidth of 2.0 V adjusted to a set voltage of 120 V will result a range of 118.0 V to 122.0 V, where the TAP
commutation in direct flow will not occur.
• The sub-codes 00, 01, 02, and 03 determine the parameterization to post hourly A, B, C, and D, respectively. See item 4.2.
03
00 to 03
Direct flow
parameter
Time delay (Direct flow) T dEL
03
00
Seconds
(S)
30
5
180
30 s
• Range: 5 up to 180 s. Step 1 s.
• Indicates the time delay (temporization) between the moment in which the voltage at the load side is out of the bandwidth until the
beginning of the commutation, during the direct power flow.
• See the function code 46, mode of operation of the control’s time delay.
• The sub-codes 00, 01, 02, and 03 determine the parameterization to post hourly A, B, C, and D, respectively. See item 4.2.
04
00 to 03
Direct flow
parameter
Line compensation,
UR
resistance (Direct flow) 04
00
Volt
(V)
0.0
-25
25
0.0 V
• Range: -25 up to 25 V. Step 0.1 V.
• Indicates the value of the voltage drop in the resistive component of the transmission line to unit resistive power factor when the
load of the line requests rated current. It shall be adjusted in the cases where the load center is concentrated at the end of the line.
• The sub-codes 00, 01, 02, and 03 determine the parameterization to post hourly A, B, C, and D, respectively. See item 4.2.
05
00 to 03
Direct flow
parameter
Line compensation,
UX
reactance (Direct flow) 05
00
Volt
(V)
0.0
-25
25
0.0 V
• Range: -25 up to 25 V. Step 0.1 V.
• Indicates the value of the voltage drop in the reactive component of the transmission line to unit reactive power factor when the load
of the line requests rated current. It shall be adjusted in the cases where the load center is concentrated at the end of the line.
• The sub-codes 00, 01, 02, and 03 determine the parameterization to post hourly A, B, C, and D, respectively. See item 4.2.
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Sub-code
06
00
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Display
Unit of
measurement
Instantaneous
measurement
Instantaneous load
voltage secondary
LOAd V
06
00
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
Default
Value
NA
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
• Indicates the RMS voltage in the PT’s secondary, load side, that is measured in the control’s input terminals.
06
01
Instantaneous
measurement
Instantaneous load
voltage primary
LOAd V
06
01
XX.XX KV
Kilo Volt
(KV)
NA
NA
NA
Volt
(V)
NA
NA
NA
Kilo Volt
(KV)
NA
NA
NA
Volt
(V)
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the RMS voltage in the PT’s primary (high voltage) in the load side.
07
00
Instantaneous
measurement
Instantaneous source
voltage secondary
SOUR V
07
00
XXX.X V
• Indicates the instantaneous RMS voltage at the low voltage of the source side.
07
01
Instantaneous
measurement
Instantaneous source
voltage primary
SOUR V
07
01
XX.XX KV
• Indicates the instantaneous RMS voltage at the high voltage of the source side.
08
00
Instantaneous
measurement
Instantaneous line drop
compensated voltage
COMP V
08
00
XXX.X V
• Indicates the value of regulated voltage at the theoretical load center at the end of the line, considering its losses when the line drop
compensator is activated through codes 04, 05, 54, and 55.
• To disable the line drop compensation function, the codes 04, 05, 54, and 55 shall be parameterized at 0.0 V.
09
00
Instantaneous
measurement
Instantaneous load
current secondary
LOAd I
09
00
X.XXX A
Ampere
(A)
NA
NA
NA
Ampere
(A)
NA
NA
NA
Kilo Watt
hour
(KWh)
NA
NA
NA
• It refers to the RMS current that circulates at the load side in the CT’s secondary.
09
01
Instantaneous
measurement
Instantaneous load
current primary
LOAd I
09
01
XX A
• It refers to the RMS current that circulates at the load side in the CT’s primary.
10
Totalizer
Active energy
00 to 01
dIACEN
10
00
X KWH
• Sub-code 00 – Indicates the current value of measurement of active power in KWh in the direct flow.
• Sub-code 01 – Indicates the current value of measurement of active power in KWh in the reverse flow.
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Type of unit
Sub-code
11
Totalizer
Display
Unit of
measurement
Default
Value
dRENEI
11
00
X KVArh
Kilo Var hour
(KVArh)
NA
Selection of the unit
Reactive energy
00 to 03
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
• Sub-code 00 – Indicates the current value of measurement of inductive Reactive Power in the direct flow in KVArh.
• Sub-code 01 – Indicates the current value of measurement of capacitive Reactive Power in the reverse flow in KVArh.
• Sub-code 02 – Indicates the current value of measurement of inductive Reactive Power in the reverse flow in KVArh.
• Sub-code 03 – Indicates the current value of measurement of capacitive Reactive Power in the direct flow in KVArh.
12
00
Instantaneous
measurement
Tap position
indication
AT TAP
12
00
NA
NA
-16
16
NA
NA
NA
NA
XX
• Indicates the tap changer’s current tap.
• Sub-code 00 – Decimal indication.
• Sub-code 01 – Fraction indication.
• Sub-code 02 – Percentage indication.
13
00 to 01
Instantaneous
measurement
Power factor and
quadrant
PF
13
00
X.XX
• Sub-code 00 – Indicates the difference of phase between the voltage and the current in the load side. Negative values mean reverse
flow.
• Sub-code 01 – Indicates the quadrant in which the regulator is operating.
1 – Direct flow, inductive load.
2 – Reverse flow, capacitive load.
3 – Reverse flow, inductive load.
4 – Direct flow, capacity load. It does not take into account the hysteresis defined in code 57 (reverse current flow threshold).
14
00
Instantaneous
measurement
Instantaneous
apparent power
AP POW
14
00
X KVA
Kilo Volt
Ampere
(KVA)
NA
NA
NA
Kilo Watt
(KW)
NA
NA
NA
Kilo VA
reactive
(KVAr)
NA
NA
NA
Hertz
(Hz)
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the instantaneous apparent power at the high voltage load side.
NOTE: The letter X in KVA is a representative value of the measurement.
15
00
Instantaneous
measurement
Instantaneous active
power
AC POW
15
00
X KW
• Indicates the instantaneous active power at the high voltage load side.
NOTE: The letter X in KW is a representative value of the measurement.
16
00
Instantaneous
measurement
Instantaneous reactive
power
RE POW
16
00
X KVAR
• Indicates the instantaneous reactive power at the high voltage load side.
NOTE: The letter X in KVAr is a representative value of the measurement.
17
00
Instantaneous
measurement
Line frequency
FREQ
17
00
XX.X HZ
• Indicates the frequency value of the system measured by the control.
• The control is able to operate in system with 45 to 65 Hz with accuracy in its measurements.
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Sub-code
20
00
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Display
Measurement
of demand in
direct flow
Load voltage demand
(Direct flow)
LOAd V
20
00
XXX.X V
Unit of
measurement
Volt
(V)
Default
Value
NA
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of demand in the previous period of load side voltage in the direct flow. Its value is updated at the end of every
period of integration parameterized in code 84.
20
Register
01
Maximum load
voltage demand
(Direct flow)
LOAd V
20
01
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of maximum demand of load side voltage in the direct flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period surpasses the current value.
20
Register
02
Date of the maximum
load voltage demand
(Direct flow)
LOAd V
20
02 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the maximum demand of load side voltage in direct flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
20
Register
03
Time of the
maximum load
voltage demand
(Direct flow)
LOAd V
20
03 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the maximum demand of load side voltage in direct flow.
20
Register
04
Minimum load
voltage demand
(Direct flow)
LOAd V
20
04
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
• Indicates the value of minimum demand of load side voltage in the direct flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period is below the current value.
20
Register
05
Date of the minimum
Load voltage demand
(Direct flow)
LOAd V
20
05 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the minimum demand of load side voltage in direct flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
20
Register
06
Time of the minimum
load voltage demand
(Direct flow)
LOAd V
20
06 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the minimum demand of load side voltage in direct flow.
21
00
Measurement
of demand in
direct flow
Compensated voltage COMP V
demand (Direct flow) 21
00
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
• Indicates the value of demand in the previous period of compensated voltage in the direct flow. Its value is updated at the end of every
period of integration parameterized in code 84.
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Sub-code
21
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Register
Maximum
compensated voltage
demand (Direct flow)
01
Display
COMP V
21
01
XXX.X V
Unit of
measurement
Volt
(V)
Default
Value
NA
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of maximum demand of compensated voltage in the direct flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period surpasses the current value.
21
Register
02
Date of the maximum
compensated voltage
demand (Direct flow)
COMP V
21
02 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the maximum demand of compensated voltage in direct flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
21
Register
03
Time of the
maximum
compensated voltage
demand (Direct flow)
COMP V
21
03 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the maximum demand of compensated voltage in direct flow.
21
Register
04
Minimum
compensated voltage
demand (Direct flow)
COMP V
21
04
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
• Indicates the value of minimum demand of compensated voltage in the direct flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period is below the current value.
21
Register
05
Date of the minimum
compensated voltage
demand (Direct flow)
COMP V
21
05 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the minimum demand of compensated voltage in direct flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
21
Register
06
Time of the minimum
compensated voltage
demand (Direct flow)
COMP V
21
06 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the minimum demand of compensated voltage in direct flow.
22
00
Measurement
of demand in
direct flow
Load current demand
(Direct flow)
LOAd I
22
00
X.XXX A
Ampere
(A)
• Indicates the value of demand in the previous period of current in the direct fl ow. Its value is updated at the end of every period of
integration parameterized in code 84.
22
01
Register
Maximum load
current demand
(Direct flow)
LOAd I
22
01
X.XXX A
Ampere
(A)
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of maximum demand of cu rrent in the direct flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous period
surpasses the current value.
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Code
Sub-code
22
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Display
Unit of
measurement
Register
Date of the maximum
load current demand
LOAd I
22
02 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
Default
Value
NA
Hour
NA
NA
NA
Ampere
(A)
NA
NA
NA
02
• Indicates the date in which occurred the maximum demand of current in direct flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
22
Register
03
Time of the
maximum load
current demand
LOAd I
22
03 XX:XX:XX H
• Indicates the time in which occurred the maximum demand of current in direct flow.
22
Register
04
Minimum load
current demand
LOAd I
22
04
X.XXX A
• Indicates the value of minimum demand of current in the direct flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous period is
below the current value.
22
Register
Date of the minimum
load current demand
05
LOAd I
22
05 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
Hour
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the minimum demand of current in direct flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
22
Register
06
Time of the minimum
load current demand
LOAd I
22
06 XX:XX:XX H
• Indicates the time in which occurred the minimum demand of current in direct flow.
23
Register
00
Power factor for
maximum apparent
power demand
(Direct flow)
PF APP
23
00
X.XX
• Indicates the power factor for the maximum demand of apparent power in the direct flow.
23
Register
01
Power factor for
minimum apparent
power demand
(Direct flow)
PF APP
23
01
NA
X.XX
• Indicates the power factor for the minimum demand of apparent power in the direct flow.
24
00
Measurement
of demand in
direct flow
Apparent power
AP POW
demand (Direct flow) 24
00
X
kVolt Ampere
(kVA)
• Indicates the value of demand in the previous period of apparent power in the direct flow. Its value is updated at the end of every period
of integration parameterized in code 84.
24
01
Register
Maximum apparent
power demand
(Direct flow)
AP POW
24
01
X
kVolt Ampere
(kVA)
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of maximum demand of apparent power in the direct flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period surpasses the current value.
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Display
Sub-code
24
Unit of
measurement
Register
Date of the maximum
apparent power
demand (Direct flow)
AP POW
24
02 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
02
Default
Value
NA
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the maximum demand of apparent power in direct flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
24
Register
03
Time of the
maximum apparent
power demand
(Direct flow)
AP POW
24
03 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the time in which occurred the maximum demand of apparent power in direct flow.
24
Register
04
Minimum apparent
power demand
(Direct flow)
AP POW
24
04
X
kVolt Ampere
(kVA)
• Indicates the value of minimum demand of apparent power in the direct flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period is below the current value.
24
Register
05
Date of the minimum
apparent power
demand (Direct flow)
AP POW
24
05 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the minimum demand of apparent power in direct flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
24
Register
06
Time of the minimum
apparent power
demand (Direct flow)
AP POW
24
06 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the minimum demand of apparent power in direct flow.
25
00
Measurement
of demand in
direct flow
Active power demand
(Direct flow)
AC POW
25
00
kWatt
(kW)
X KW
• Indicates the value of demand in the previous period of active power in the direct flow. Its value is updated at the end of every period
of integration parameterized in code 84.
25
Register
01
Maximum active power AC POW
demand (Direct flow)
25
01
kWatt
(kW)
NA
NA
NA
X KW
• Indicates the value of maximum demand of active power in the direct flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period surpasses the current value.
25
02
Register
Date of the maximum
active power demand
(Direct flow)
AC POW
25
02 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the maximum demand of active power in direct flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
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NA
NA
4 - Display Units
4.5 Function codes
Code
Type of unit
Sub-code
25
Register
03
Selection of the unit
Display
Time of the
AC POW
maximum activel power 25
demand (Direct flow)
03 XX:XX:XX H
Unit of
measurement
Default
Value
Hour
NA
Adjustment
Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
• Indicates the time in which occurred the maximum demand of active power in direct flow.
25
Register
04
Minimum active power
demand (Direct flow)
AC POW
25
04
kWatt
(kW)
NA
NA
NA
X KW
• Indicates the value of minimum demand of active power in the direct flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous period
is below the current value.
25
Register
05
Date of the minimum
active power demand
(Direct flow)
AC POW
25
05 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the minimum deman d of active power in direct flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
25
Register
06
Time of the minimum
activepower demand
(Direct flow)
AC POW
25
06 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the minimum demand of active power in direct flow.
26
00
Measurement
of demand in
direct flow
Reactive power
demand (Direct flow)
RE POW
26
00
X KVAR
kVolt -Amp
Reactive
(kVAr)
• Indicates the value of demand in the previous period of reactive power in the direct flow. Its value is updated at the end of every period
of integration parameterized in code 84.
26
Register
01
Maximum reactive
power demand
(Direct flow)
RE POW
26
01
X KVAR
kVolt -Amp
Reactive
(kVAr)
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of maximum demand of reactive power in the direct flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period surpasses the current value.
26
Register
02
Date of the maximum
reactive power
demand (Direct flow)
RE POW
26
02 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the maximum demand of reactive power in direct flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
26
03
Register
Time of the
maximum reactive
power demand
(Direct flow)
RE POW
26
03 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the maximum demand of reactive power in direct flow.
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Display
Unit of
measurement
Default
Value
Sub-code
26
Register
Minimum reactive
power demand
(Direct flow)
RE POW
26
04
X KVAR
kVolt -Amp
Reactive
(kVAr)
NA
04
Adjustment
Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of minimum demand of reactive power in the d irect flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period is below the current value.
26
Register
05
Date of the minimum
reactive power
demand (Direct flow)
RE POW
26
05 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the minimum demand of reactive power in direct flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
26
Register
06
Time of the minimum
reactive power
demand (Direct flow)
RE POW
25
06 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the minimum demand of reactive power in direct flow.
27
00
Measurement
of demand in
direct flow
Source voltage
demand (Direct flow)
SOUR V
27
00
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
• Indicates the value of demand in the previou s period of source side voltage in the direct flow. Its value is updated at the end of every
period of integration parameterized in code 84.
27
Register
01
Maximum Source
voltage demand
(Direct flow)
SOUR V
27
01
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of maximum demand of source side voltage in the direct flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period surpasses the current value.
27
Register
02
Date of the maximum
Source voltage
demand (Direct flow)
SOUR V
27
02 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the maximum demand of source side voltage in direct flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
27
Register
03
Time of the
maximum Source
voltage demand
(Direct flow)
SOUR V
27
03 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the maximum demand of source side voltage in direct flow.
27
04
Register
Minimum Source
voltage demand
(Direct flow)
SOUR V
27
04
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
• Indicates the value of minimum demand of source side voltage in the direct flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period is below the current value.
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Sub-code
27
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Display
Unit of
measurement
Register
Date of the minimum
Source voltage
demand (Direct flow)
SOUR V
27
05 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
05
Default
Value
NA
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the minimum demand of source side voltage in direct flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
27
Register
06
Time of the minimum
Source voltage
demand (Direct flow)
SOUR V
27
06 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the time in which occurred the minimum demand of source side voltage in direct flow.
30
00
Measurement
of demand in
reverse flow
Load voltage demand
(Reverse)
LOAdVR
30
00
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
• Indicates the value of demand in the previous period of load side voltage in the reverse flow. Its value is updated at the end of every period
of integration parameterized in code 84.
30
Register
01
Maximum load
voltage demand
(Reverse)
LOAdVR
30
01
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of maximum demand of load side voltage in the reverse flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period surpasses the current value.
30
Register
02
Date of the maximum
load voltage demand
(Reverse)
LOAdVR
30
02 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the maximum demand of load side voltage in reverse flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
30
Register
03
Time of the
maximum load
voltage demand
(Reverse)
LOAdVR
30
03 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the maximum demand of load side voltage in reverse flow.
30
Register
04
Minimum load
voltage demand
(Reverse)
LOAdVR
30
04
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
• Indicates the value of minimum demand of load side voltage in the reverse flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period is below the current value.
30
05
Register
Date of the minimum
load voltage demand
(Reverse)
LOAdVR
30
05 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the minimum demand of load side voltage in reverse flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
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NA
NA
NA
4 - Display Units
4.5 Function codes
Code
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Display
Sub-code
30
Unit of
measurement
Register
Time of the
minimum load
voltage demand
(Reverse)
LOAdVR
30
06 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
06
Default
Value
NA
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
• Indicates the time in which occurred the minimum demand of load side voltage in reverse flow.
31
00
Measurement
of demand in
reverse flow
Compensated voltage
demand (Reverse)
COMPVR
31
00
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of demand in the previou s period of compensated voltage in the reverse flow. Its value is updated at the end of every
period of integration parameterized in code 84.
31
Register
01
Maximum
compensated voltage
demand (Reverse)
COMPVR
31
01
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of maximum demand of compensated voltage in the reverse flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period surpasses the current value.
31
Register
02
Date of the maximum
compensated voltage
demand (Reverse)
COMPVR
31
02 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the maximum demand of compensated voltage in reverse flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
31
Register
03
Time of the
maximum
compensated voltage
demand (Reverse)
COMPVR
31
03 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the maximum demand of compensated voltage in reverse flow.
31
Register
04
Minimum
compensated voltage
demand (Reverse)
COMPVR
31
04
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
• Indicates the value of minimum demand of compensated voltage in the reverse flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period is below the current value.
31
Register
05
Date of the minimum
compensated voltage
demand (Reverse)
COMPVR
31
05 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the minimum demand of compensated voltage in reverse flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
31
06
Register
Time of the
minimum
compensated voltage
demand (Reverse)
COMPVR
31
06 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the minimum demand of compensated voltage in reverse flow.
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Sub-code
32
00
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Display
Unit of
measurement
Measurement
of demand in
reverse flow
Load current demand
(Reverse)
LOAdIR
32
00
X.XXX A
Ampere
(A)
Default
Value
NA
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of demand in the previous period of current in the reverse flow. Its value is updated at the end of every period of
integration parameterized in code 84.
32
Register
01
Maximum load
current demand
(Reverse)
LOAdIR
32
01
X.XXX A
Ampere
(A)
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of maximum demand of current in the reverse flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous period
surpasses the current value.
32
Register
02
Date of the maximum
load current demand
(Reverse)
NA
NA
NA
NA
Hour
NA
NA
NA
Ampere
(A)
NA
NA
NA
LOAdIR
32
02 XX.XX.XXXX
• Indicates the date in which occurred the maximum demand of current in reverse flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
32
Register
03
Time of the
maximum load
current demand
(Reverse)
LOAdIR
32
03 XX:XX:XX H
• Indicates the time in which occurred the maximum demand of current in reverse flow.
32
Register
04
Minimum load
current demand
(Reverse)
LOAdIR
32
04
X.XXX A
• Indicates the value of minimum demand of current in the reverse flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous period is
below the current value.
32
Register
05
Date of the minimum
load current demand
(Reverse)
LOAdIR
32
05 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
Hour
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the minimum demand of current in reverse flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
32
Register
06
Time of the
minimum load
current demand
(Reverse)
LOAdIR
32
06 XX:XX:XX H
• Indicates the time in which occurred the minimum demand of current in reverse flow.
33
00
Register
Power factor for
maximum apparent
power demand
(Reverse)
PFAPPR
33
00
X.XX
• Indicates the power factor for the maximum demand of apparent power in the reverse flow.
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Sub-code
33
Register
Power factor for
minimum apparent
power demand
(Reverse)
01
Unit of
measurement
Display
PFAPPR
33
01
NA
Default
Value
NA
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
X.XX
• Indicates the power factor for the minimum demand of apparent power in the reverse flow.
34
00
Measurement
of demand in
reverse flow
Apparent power
demand (Reverse)
APPOWR
34
00
X KVA
kVolt -Ampere
(kVA)
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of demand in the previous period of apparent power in the reverse flow. Its value is updated at the end of every
period of integration parameterized in code 84.
34
Register
01
Maximum apparent
power demand
(Reverse)
APPOWR
34
01
X KVA
kVolt Ampere
(kVA)
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of maximum demand of apparent power in the reverse flow. It s value is updated when the demand of the previous
period surpasses the current value.
34
Register
02
Date of the maximum
apparent power
demand (Reverse)
APPOWR
34
02 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the maximum demand of apparent power in reverse flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
34
Register
03
Time of the
maximum apparent
power demand
(Reverse)
APPOWR
34
03 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the maximum demand of apparent power in reverse flow.
34
Register
04
Minimum apparent
power demand
(Reverse)
APPOWR
34
04
X KVA
kVolt Ampere
(kVA)
• Indicates the value of minimum demand of active power in the rev erse flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period is below the current value.
34
Register
05
Date of the minimum
apparent power
demand (Reverse)
APPOWR
34
05 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the minimum demand of apparent power in reverse flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
34
06
Register
Time of the
minimum apparent
power demand
(Reverse)
APPOWR
34
06 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the minimum demand of apparent power in reverse flow.
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Sub-code
35
00
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Display
Unit of
measurement
Measurement
of demand in
reverse flow
Active power demand
(Reverse)
ACPOWR
35
00
X KW
kWatt
(kW)
Default
Value
NA
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of demand in the previous period of active power in the reverse flow. Its value is updated at the end of every peri od
of integration parameterized in code 84.
35
Register
01
Maximum active power ACPOWR
demand (Reverse)
35
01
kWatt
(kW)
NA
NA
NA
X KW
• Indicates the value of maximum demand of active power in the reverse flow. Its value is up dated when the demand of the previous
period surpasses the current value.
35
Register
02
Date of the maximum
active power demand
(Reverse)
ACPOWR
35
02 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the maximum demand of active power in reverse flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
35
Register
03
Time of the
maximum active power
demand (Reverse)
ACPOWR
35
03 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the maximum demand of active power in reverse flow.
35
Register
04
Minimum active power
demand (Reverse)
ACPOWR
35
04
kWatt
(kW)
X KW
• Indicates the value of minimum demand of apparent power in the reverse flow. Its value is updated wh en the demand of the previous
period is below the current value.
35
Register
05
Date of the minimum
active power demand
(Reverse)
ACPOWR
35
05 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the minimum demand of active power in reverse flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
35
Register
06
Time of the
ACPOWR
minimum active power 35
demand (Reverse)
06 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the minimum demand of active power in reverse flow.
36
00
Measurement
of demand in
reverse flow
Reactive power
demand (Reverse)
REPOWR
36
00
X KVAR
kVolt -Amp
Reactive
(kVAr)
• Indicates the value of demand in the previous period of reactive power in the reverse flow. Its value is updated at the end of every
period of integration parameterized in code 84.
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Sub-code
36
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Display
Unit of
measurement
Register
Maximum Reactive
power demand
(Reverse)
REPOWR
36
01
X KVAR
kVolt -Amp
Reactive
(kW)
01
Default
Value
NA
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of maximum demand of reactive power in the reverse flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous period
surpasses the current value.
36
Register
02
Date of the maximum
Reactive power
demand (Reverse)
REPOWR
36
02 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the maximum demand of reactive power in reverse flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
36
Register
03
Time of the
maximum Reactive
power demand
(Reverse)
REPOWR
36
03 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the maximum demand of reactive power in reverse flow.
36
Register
04
Minimum Reactive
power demand
(Reverse)
REPOWR
36
04
X KVAR
kVolt -Amp
Reactive
(kVAr)
• Indicates the value of minimum demand of reactive power in the reverse flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous period
is below the current value.
36
Register
05
Date of the minimum
Reactive power
demand (Reverse)
REPOWR
36
05 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the minimum demand of reactive power in reverse flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
36
Register
06
Time of the
minimum Reactive
power demand
(Reverse)
REPOWR
36
06 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the minimum demand of reactive power in reverse flow.
37
00
Measurement of
demand in
reverse flow
Source voltage
demand (Reverse)
SOU VR
37
00
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
• Indicates the value of demand in the previous period of source side voltage in the reverse flow. Its value is updated at the end of every
period of integration parameterized in code 84.
37
01
Register
Maximum source
voltage demand
(Reverse)
SOU VR
37
01
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the value of maximum demand of source side voltage in the reverse flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous
period surpasses the current value.
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Display
Sub-code
37
Unit of
measurement
Register
Date of the
maximum source
voltage demand
(Reverse)
SOU VR
37
02 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
02
Default
Value
NA
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the maximum demand of source side voltage in reverse flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
37
Register
03
Time of the
maximum source
voltage demand
(Reverse)
SOU VR
37
03 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the time in which occurred the maximum demand of source side voltage in reverse flow.
37
Register
04
Minimum source
voltage demand
(Reverse)
SOU VR
37
04
XXX.X V
Volt
(V)
• Indicates the value of minimum demand of reactive power in the reverse flow. Its value is updated when the demand of the previous period
is below the current value.
37
Register
05
Date of the minimum
source voltage
demand (Reverse)
SOU VR
37
05 XX.XX.XXXX
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
• Indicates the date in which occurred the minimum demand of source side voltage in reverse flow.
• The type for presenting the date is adjusted in code 94.
37
Register
06
Time of the
minimum source
voltage demand
(Reverse)
SOU VR
37
06 XX:XX:XX H
Hour
• Indicates the time in which occurred the minimum demand of source side voltage in reverse flow.
40
Register
Maximum TAP
00
NA
TAP
40
00
XX
• Indicates the maximum TAP value occurred since the last reset in the TAP indication performed.
• When performing a TAP reset indication, this value will indicate the TAP upon the reset.
40
Register
Maximum TAP
Date
01
TAP
40
01
XX.XX.XX
• Indicates the date of occurrence of the maximum TAP.
• When performing a TAP reset indication, this value will indicate the date upon the reset.
40
Register
Maximum TAP
Hour
02
TAP
40
02
XX:XX:XX H
• Indicates the time of occurrence of the maximum TAP.
• When performing a TAP reset indication, this value wi ll indicate the hour upon the reset.
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Sub-code
41
Register
Minimum TAP
00
Unit of
measurement
Display
NA
TAP
41
00
Default
Value
NA
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
NA
NA
XX
• Indicates the Minimum TAP value occurred since the last reset in the indication of TAP performed.
• When performing a TAP reset indication, this value will indicate the TAP upon the reset.
41
Register
Minimum TAP
Date
01
TAP
41
01
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
0
0
99999
NA
1
1
3
XX.XX.XX
• Indicates the date of occurrence of the Minimum TAP.
• When performing a TAP reset indication, this value will indicate the date upon the reset.
41
Register
Minimum TAP
Hour
02
TAP
41
02
XX:XX:XX H
• Indicates the time of occurrence of the Minimum TAP.
• When performing a TAP reset indication, this value will indicate the hour upon the reset.
42
Function
00
Number of resets made RSTTAP
since the last start-up 42
00
X
• This code indicates the number of resets made since the last start-up.
.
• The Reset TAP Indication and operation counter is accessed by pressing the “RESET key” for 5 seconds.
42
Register
Last position
indication reset
Date
01
RSTTAP
42
01
XX.XX.XX
NA
• Indicates the Date of occurrence of the last Reset of Indication of TAP and digital operation counter.
42
Register
Last position
indication reset
Hour
02
RSTTAP
42
02
XX.XX.XX H
NA
• Indicates the Hour of occurrence of the last Reset of Indication of TAP and digital operation counter.
44
Parameter
Control identification
00
NUM
44
00
XXXXXX
• Range: 0 up to 99.999.999.
• Indicates the control’s serial number
45
Parameter
Regulator
configuration
00
CONFIG
45
00
X
• Defines the Configuration for connecting the regulator. 1 – 4wye; 2 – DELTA LAGGING; 3 – DELTA leading
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Sub-code
46
Parameter
time delay operation
mode
00 to 03
Unit of
measurement
Display
TIMdMO
46
00
NA
Default
Value
0
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
0
1
X
• Defines the Mode of operation of the time delay. 0 – Sequential; 1 – Reverse time. see item 5.3
• The sub-codes 00, 01, 02, and 03 determine the parameterization to post hourly A, B, C, and D, respectively. See item 4.2.
47
Parameter
00
Nominal apparent
power
NOMPOW
47
00
X KVA
kVolt Ampere
(kVA)
276
50
833
NOMVOL
47
01
X.XX KV
kVolt
(kV)
13.2
2.4
19.92
Ampere
(A)
200
50
1332
NA
115
34
287
NA
1000
250
6660
Volt
(V)
120
100
135
• Range: 50 up to 833 kVA. Step 1.
• Defines the Regulator’s rated power.
47
Parameter
Nominal voltage
01
• Defines the Regulator’s rated voltage.
47
Parameter
Nominal current
02
NOMCUR
47
02
X A
• Range: 50 up to 1332 A. Step 1.
• Defines the Line rated current.
48
Parameter
00
Voltage
transformation ratio
PT RAT
48
00
XX
• Range: 34 up to 287. Step 1.
• Defines the voltage transformation Ratio.
49
Parameter
00
Current
transformation ratio
CT RAT
49
00
XX
• Range: 250 up to 6660. Step 1.
• Determines the current transformation Ratio.
51
00 to 03
Parameter in
reverse flow
Set voltage (Reverse)
SETV R
51
00
120.0 V
• Range: 100 up to 135 V. Step 0,1 V.
• Defines the voltage level to which the control will regulate in the regulator’s source side during the Reverse power flow.
• The sub-codes 00, 01, 02, and 03 determine the parameterization to post hourly A , B, C, and D, respectively. See item 4.2.
52
00 to 03
Parameter in
reverse flow
Bandwidth (Reverse)
bANd R
52
00
Volt
(V)
2.0
1.0
2.0 V
• Range: 1.0 up to 6.0 V. Step 0,1 V.
• Determines voltage range above and below the reference voltage in which the source side voltage in the Reverse flow may vary
without TAP commutation in the regulator.
Example: An bandwidth of 2.0 V adjusted to a set voltage of 120 V will result a range from 118.0 V to 122.0 V, where a TAP
commutation shall not occur in the direct flow.
• The sub-codes 00, 01, 02, and 03 determine the parameterization to post hourly A, B, C, and D, respectively. See item 4.2.
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4 - Display Units
4.5 Function codes
Code
Subcode
53
00 to 03
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Parameter in
reverse flow
Time delay
Display
TdEL R
53
00
Unit of
measurement
Default
Value
Seconds
(S)
30
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
5
180
30 s
• Range: 5 up to 180 s. Step 1s.
• Indicates the time delay (temporization) between the moment in which the source side voltage will stay out of the bandwidth range, until it
reaches the beginning of the commutation, during the Reverse power flow.
• See function code 46, mode of operation of the control’s delay time.
• The sub-codes 00, 01, 02, and 03 determine the parameterization to post h ourly A, B, C, and D, respectively. See item 4.2.
54
00 to 03
Parameter in
reverse flow
Line compensation,
resistance
UR R
54
00
Volt
(V)
0.0
-25
25
0.0 V
• Range: -25 up to 25 V. Step 0.1 V.
• Indicates the value of the voltage drop in the resistive component of the transmission line to unit active power factor when the
load of the line requests rated current. It shall be adjusted in the cases in which the load center is concentrated at the end of the line.
• The sub-codes 00, 01, 02, and 03 determine the p arameterization to post hourly A, B, C, and D, respectively. See item 4.2.
55
00 to 03
Parameter in
reverse flow
Line compensation,
reactance
UX R
55
00
Volt
(V)
0.0
-25
25
0.0 V
• Range: -25 up to 25 V. Step 0.1 V.
• Indicates the value of the voltage drop in the reactive component of the transmission line to unit reactive power factor when the load
of the line requests rated current. It shall be adjusted in the cases in which the load center is concentrated at the end of the line.
• The sub-codes 00, 01, 02, and 03 determine the parameterization to post hourly A, B, C, and D, respectively. See item 4.2.
56
Parameter
00
Reverse sensing
mode
REVS M
56
00
NA
3
0
5
XX
• Defines the Mode of operation of the reverse flow. 0 = Locked forward mode; 1 = Locked reverse mode; 2 = Reverse IDLE mode;
3 = Bi-directional mode; 4 = Neutral IDLE mode; 5 = Co-generation mode
57
Parameter
Reverse currente flow
NA
2.5
0
5
REVTHR
57
threshold
00
00
X.X
• Range: 1.0 up to 6.0 %. Step 0.1.
• Defines the reverse current flow threshold at which the control switches operation either from forward to reverse, or reverse to forward.
58
Parameter
00
Potentiometric disk
presence
POTd P
58
00
NA
0
0
1
X
• Defines the mode for measuring the positions for the control. 0 – With potentiometric disk; 1 – Without potentiometric disk, case in
which the control shall be always initialized in the neutral position.
70
Parameter
Load bonus mode
00
LOAdbM
70
00
NA
X
• Defines the position Limiter Mode. 0 – Disabled; 1 – Upper limit only; 2 – Upper and lower limit
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0
2
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Subcode
71
Parameter
Upper Position
00
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
Unit of
measurement
Default
Value
NA
16
8
16
NA
-16
-16
-8
NA
0
0
2
NA
135
120
135
LOWVOL
82
00
X.X V
NA
105
105
120
dEMINT
84
00
NA
15
1
60
NA
NA
NA
NA
Display
UPPPOS
71
00
X
• Defines the upper TAP Limit among TAP’s 8, 10, 12, 14, and 16.
72
Parameter
Lower Position
00
LOWPOS
72
00
X
• Defines the lower TAP Limit among TAP’s -8, -10, -12, -14, and -16.
80
Parameter
Voltage Limiting
Mode
00
VLIMMO
80
00
X
• Defines the Voltage Limiter Mode. 0 – Disabled; 1 – Upper limit only; 2- Upper and lower limit.
81
Parameter
Upper Voltage Limit
00
UPPVOL
81
00
X.X V
• Range: 120 up to 135 V. Step 0.1 V.
• Defines the upper Voltage Limit.
82
Parameter
Lower Voltage Limit
00
• Range: 105 up to 120 V. Step 0.1 V.
• Defines the lower Voltage Limit.
84
Parameter
00
Demand Time
Interval
X
• Defines the demand time interval in minutes, among the values 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 15, 20, 30, 60.
88
Function
Self test
-188
SELF T
88
-188
X
• Executes the Self Test function. See item 5.8.
91
Register
Current date
dATE
91
00
XX.XX.XX
NA
NA
NA
NA
Current time
HOUR
91
00
XX:XX:XX
NA
NA
NA
NA
00
• Indicates the current date.
91
Register
01
• Indicates the current time.
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4.5 Function codes
Code
Subcode
94
Type of unit
Selection of the unit
Parameter
Date presentation
00
Unit of
measurement
Display
NA
dATPRE
94
00
Default
Value
Adjustment Ranges
Using Keypad
Low
High
0
0
1
NA
NA
NA
X
• Defines the type for presenting the date in the display. 0 – DD.MM.YYYY; 1 – MM.DD.YYYY
95
Function
00
Event Log Reset
RESET
Operation counter reset 95
Position indicator reset 00
NA
XX
When performing a reset, the registers of the operation counter of code 00 and its sub-code will be set to zero and the registers of maximum
and minimum TAP, both for external indicator and for TB-R1000, with their respective information of date and time, will be adjusted to the current values.
The registries of event log with the respective values of Demand will be zeroed. Indicates the number of resets made since the last startup.
96
Communication
Remote Port
1
0
3
9600
1200
38400
0
1
0
1
• Enable the Local / Remote selection on control via DNP 3.0 digital communication protocol.
0 – Enabled ,
1 - Disabled.
102
NA
0
0
Enable unsolicited HAbUNS
Function
1
00
REMPOR
96
00
NA
XX
• Defines the remote communication port. 0 – Ethernet; 1 – RS-232; 2 – Opit Fiber; 3 – RS-485.
96
Communication
Baud Rate
01
bAUD R
96
01
NA
XX
• Defines the baud rate communication of the remote port. Values: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, or 38400.
100
Function
Keypad password
00
PASSWOR
100
00
NA
0
XX
• Define the keypad security password to be applied before changes can be made to parameters. See item 5.13
101
Access selection via
NA
0
LOCREM
Function
00
00
DNP 3.0 protocol.
Local/Remote
event responses
101
00
X
102
00
X
• The control will send unsolicited event responses to this master address.
0 – Enabled ,
1 - Disabled.
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5.0 Functions
5.2 Bandwidth (bANdW)
(Code 02)
The adjustment of the bandwidth
determines the accuracy range from the Set
Voltage (SET V), in which the regulator
considers that there is not the necessity of
commutation, thus establishing the maximum
variation of the voltage in the load.
Example:
— SET V = 120V
— BANDW= 3V or (2.5%)
Range = 120 +/-3V or (2.5%)
Maximum band = 123V
Minimum band = 117V
5.1 Set voltage (SET V)
(Code 01)
This function has as purpose to adjust the
line voltage according to the necessity of the
system, so that the line remains as most
stabilized as possible, regardless of the load
applied to the regulator.
The single-phase regulators with 32 steps has
on a PT installed at the load side, which
supplies a sample of the line voltage. In
general, the voltage value of the PT's
secondary is 120V, and when the regulator has
rated voltage applied to the PT's primary, the
voltage sensor of the TB-R1000 has the
purpose of comparing the voltage supplied by
the PT with the reference voltage adjusted.
Therefore, supposing that the adjusted voltage
is at 120V, in case of alteration to more 5V, for
instance, the sensor of TB-R1000 will
immediately detect the difference between the
reference voltage adjusted (SET V = 120V)
and the voltage in the secondary, which is the
same of the load side, equal to (load V =
125V), and the TB-R1000 will command the tap
changer to adjust the load side voltage until it
has 120V in the PT's secondary and therefore,
load side rated voltage.
Thus, supposing that the adjusted voltage is at
120V, in case of alteration to less 5V, for
instance, the sensor of TB-R1000 will
immediately detect the difference between the
reference voltage adjusted (SET V= 120V) and
the voltage in the secondary, which is the same
of the load side, equal to (load V = 115V) and
the TB-R1000 will command the tap changer to
adjust the load side voltage until it has 120V in
the PT's secondary and therefore, load side
rated voltage.
The commutation will be performed
whenever the voltage goes out-of-band, which
will occur as follows:
Maximum band
Minimum band
Beginning of the process
for commutation
This means that there is no commutation
in the range from (117 to 123)V. The TB-R1000
does not emit to the tap changer any
command of increase or decrease.
5.3 Time delay (T dEL)
(Code 03)
Selection of the time to begin the
correction in the transmission line.
The objective of the time delay is to avoid
unnecessary commutations due to quick
voltage variations. Without the temporization,
an excessive number of commutations would
occur, causing an accelerated mechanical
wearing of the tap changer. Thus, the
correction of voltage will only occur to voltage
variations whose intensities are beyond the
values adjusted by the set voltage and
bandwidth, and for a period longer than that
determined in the time delay.
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Another important feature is the
coordination between two or more voltage
regulators connected in cascade; the one
nearer to the source shall respond in shorter
time to the voltage variations to avoid
excessive number of operations to the other
regulators.
There are two modalities of temporization for
the actuation of the control, both selected
through “code 46” L/I (linear time/reverse
time);
— Linear time: The time for actuation is
similar to the time selected in the adjustment.
— Reverse time: The time for actuation is
inversely proportional to the variation of the
input voltage.
This time is calculated according to the
following formula:
T DEL =
Note: To use the temporization in the REVERSE
mode, it is important to take into account:
The temporization in the REVERSE mode
causes the increase of the number of
commutations since it reduces the time for
actuation in a great deal, thus reducing the tap
changer life.
5.4 Adjustment of the line voltage drop
compensator (UR and UX)
(code 04 and 05 Forward)
(code 54 and 55 Reverse)
This is a component that simulates the
impedance of the line from the bank of
regulators to the theoretical load center(The
location at which the voltage is regulated). The
basic circuit of the compensator simulates the
voltage drops existing in the line, making its
compensation through the regulator.
The PT's secondary, that supplies the sample
of the load side voltage, is placed in line with a
circuit whose resistance and inductance is the
image of the resistance and inductance of the
line. When the regulator is submitted to load, a
current proportional to the load circulates in
the CT, and accordingly a voltage drop
happens at RC and XC proportionally to the
line drop voltage.
When the regulator is submitted to load, a
current proportional to the load circulates in
the CT. The control separates the resistive and
reactive components of this current and
calculates the resistive voltage drop in the line
“Vr”, according to the adjustment in “Ur”, and
the reactive voltage drop in line “Vx”,
according to the adjustment in “Ux”.
In this case, the voltage “measured” by the
control is the voltage of the PT's secondary
plus or less (according to the polarity adjusted
in “Ur” and “Ux”) the drop caused by the
compensator “Vr” and “Vx”. Soon the control
will place the regulator to reestablish the
balance between the voltage that it “measure”
and the regulator's output voltage. Thus, this
output voltage, which is the supply voltage of
the control, may be higher or shorter than the
voltage considered for the system, but due to
the line voltage drop, the load voltage will
remain constant.
BANDW
x TIME
|MEAV - SET V|
Where:
TDEL= time delay
BANDW = bandwidth
MEAV= voltage measured
TIME= temporization adjusted
SETV= Set voltage
Example:
—SET V = 120V
—BANDW = 3V ou 2,5%
—TIME = 30 seg
Suppose that MEAV = 125V
TDEL =3V / |125 120| x 30
TDEL= 18 segundos
Note: Whenever the reverse temporization
function is used and where there is a difference
of 5V between the reference voltage (VREF)
and the supply voltage (load side), the reverse
commutation time will be ¼ of the linear
commutation time.
Voltage
Maximum band
Minimum band
Time
Beginning of
the time count
Beginning
of the
commutation
Graph of the temporization range
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LOAD
Relay
Regulator
To allow the appropriate, safe operation
under these conditions, the control has a
“Power Reverse Flow Detector”. This detector
is capable of automatically detecting the flow
reversal through current “IL”, making the
following alterations to the functionality of the
operator, aiming the adequateness of its
operation:
—Reversal in the direction of the tap changer
motor;
—Reversal of the polarity of the line drop
compensator.
The control will perform the regulation as
follows:
Through voltage “VL” and current “IL”
measured at the “LOAD” side, and the position
in which the tap changer is found, the control
calculates the voltage “Vf” and current “If” at
the “SOURCE” side. The control will operate
similarly to the direct flow, however using “Vf”
and “If” and adjustment parameters “SET V”,
“BANDW”, “T”, “Ur”, and “Ux”, all specific for
the reverse flow.
If the flow is once again reverted to the direct
flow, the control will automatically make the
alterations necessary within the circuit, in order
to make it suitable to its normal functioning.
However, it is important to remember not to
apply this accessory whenever there is the
possibility of functioning of the sources in
parallel, as shown below. In this case, the
voltage regulator is not recommended to be
used as an accessory for interconnecting the
systems, since when the power flow is not
defined, it is likely to occur instability in the
regulator's control system.
Line drop compensator
Regardless of the connection of the
regulator bank, whether 4wye, open delta, or
closed delta, the calculation of Rc and Xc shall
be made as follows:
- Using fundamental voltage equations, we
easily conclude that the line voltage drop
related to the control circuit occurs due to:
I X
I R
2)
XC= C L
RC= C L
RTP
RTP
Where:
RL = Line resistance, in ohms;
XL= Line reactance, in ohms;
RC = Compensator resistance, in Volts;
XC = Compensator reactance, in Volts;
IC = CT's primary rated current (A).
1)
NOTE: For the Toshiba regulators, the CT's
primary current is identical to the regulator's
rated current.
The PT's ratio is the following:
RTP =Regulator's rated voltage
120
5.5 Mode of operation of the reverse flow
(Code 56)
The voltage regulators are generally
installed in circuits with unidirectional power
flow (source-load). However, as a few circuits
are “INTERCONNECTED” type, it is likely to
occur the reversal of the load flow, i.e., the
regulator receive the voltage in the “LOAD”
side.
When this phenomenon happens, the
regulator will behave inappropriately, with the
possibility of causing over-voltage or subvoltage in the circuit connected to the
regulator's source terminal.
Power Flow
G
G
Generator
Consumers
Generator
Consumers
Power flow in the interconnection circuit
The control offers six different operation
modes that are characteristic to detect the
reverse flow of power.
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These characteristics are selected by the user
by inserting a specific code in function code
56. The six modes and their corresponding
codes are the following:
5.5.1 Locked forward mode (00)
This operation mode will not be applied
where is possible to have a reverse power.
0 = Locked forward mode
1 = Locked reverse mode
2 = Reverse IDLE mode
3 = Bi-directional mode
4 = Neutral IDLE mode
5 = Co-generation mode
MEASUREMENT: Always operating in direct
flow.
OPERATION: Always operating in direct flow.
This allows the operations to lower the current
to zero, provided that there is not a direct
threshold involved. Whenever the regulator
enters a reverse flow and the CT's secondary
current exceeds the value adjusted in the flow
threshold of reverse current (code 57), in the
example below at 2.5% or 0.005A, the control
will assume the reverse flow, thus inhibiting the
commutation. When the current flows back to
the level above since the threshold, the normal
operation in direct mode will begin (See Figure
below).
This section will explain each mode of
operation individually. Since the control keeps
the values of measurement of reverse flow
separated from the values with direct flow, the
measurement may be also explained in each
mode. When determining the direction of the
power flow, the control monitors only the active
component of the current and then determines
the current direction and the amplitude in such
direction. Whenever the conditions indicate
that there was a reversal of flow, the following
parameters assume new values and the
control's operation is affected as follows:
Direct mode activated
Reverse Direct
Tap changer
Blocked
—Output voltage - Monitoring of what was
the previous input of the transformer.
DF
2,5% 0 2,5%
Current level
Operation in direct flow
—Input Voltage - Monitoring of what was the
previous output of the transformer.
5.5.2 Locked reverse mode (01)
—Load current - In the direct flow, the
current is directly used as it is measured. In
the reverse flow, the current is affected by the
difference of ratio between the input and the
output of the regulator, pursuant to the
following equation:
This mode of operation shall not be
applied where it is possible to have a direct
power.
MEASUREMENT: Always operating in the
reverse flow, regardless of the power flow
direction.
Reverse =(load current)x(secondary input voltage)
current
(secondary output voltage)
OPERATION: Always operating in the reverse
direction using the adjustments of the control
with reverse flow in function codes 51, 52, 53,
54, and 55. This allows the operation to lower
the current until it reaches zero, provided that
there is no reverse threshold involved.
Where secondary input voltage and secondary
output voltage are in the reverse flow. The
apparent, active, and reactive power are
calculated based on the new reverse values
measured.
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When the regulator is operating in direct
flow and the CT's secondary current exceeds
the value adjusted in the direct threshold of
direct current (code 57), in the example below
of 2.5% or 0.005A, the control will assume the
direct flow, thus inhibiting the commutation.
Whenever the current flows returning to the
level above this direct threshold, the normal
operation of the reverse flow begins (See the
Figure below).
5.5.4 Bi-directional mode (03)
The use of this operation mode
is
recommended for all installations where the
reverse power flow can occur, except where
the reverse power flow is a co-generation or an
independent power producer.
MEASUREMENT: A threshold level of
2.5% (0.005A) of the current, with load in the
TC's secondary (0.005A) is used in the
adjustment of direction of the power flow. The
measurement will occur in the direct flow until
the current exceeds 2.5% of threshold in the
reverse direction. The control keeps on
measuring in the reverse flow until the current
exceeds 2.5% of threshold in the direct flow
and then the parameter of scale reverts it back
to the normal.
Reverse Mode Activated
Reverse Direct
Tap changer
Blocked
RF
2,5% 0 2,5%
Current level
Operation in reverse flow
5.5.3 Reverse IDLE mode (02)
The use of this operation mode may occur
where there is reverse flow, but when the
source voltage is not regulate.
MEASUREMENT: The threshold value of
2.5% (0.005A) of the current with load in the
CT's secondary (0.005A) is used to adjust the
direction of the power flow. The measurement
will be direct until the current exceeds the
threshold of 2.5% in the reverse direction. The
control keeps on measuring in the reversal
until the current exceeds the threshold of 2.5%
in the direct flow, and then the parameter
reverts back to the normal.
OPERATION: The operation threshold
function of the control is programmable in
function code 57 above the range of 1 to 5% of
the CT's rated current. When the regulator
enter in direct flow and the secondary's current
exceeds the value adjusted in the flow
threshold of reverse current (code 57), in the
example below at 2.5% or 0.005A, the control
will assume the direct flow, enabling the
commutation. Whenever the current flows
back to the lower level of this threshold, the
operation in normal flow will be inhibited. The
commutation is disabled in the reverse flow.
OPERATION: The control operates in the
direct flow whenever the current is above the
direct threshold adjusted (function code 57).
The control operates in the reverse direction,
using the adjustments in reverse power flow in
function codes 51, 52, 53, 54, and 55 whenever
the current is above the reverse threshold
adjusted (function code 57).
Bi-directional mode
Reverse
RF
Tap changer
Blocked
DF
2,5%
0
2,5%
Currente Level
Operates in direct and reverse flow
5.5.5 Neutral IDLE mode (04)
This mode of operation is applied upon
the detection of the reverse flow, when the
control commutate the regulator to TAP ZERO.
The tap changer is blocked at CURRENT TAP
in the band of 2.5%.
Reverse Mode Inhibited
Reverse Direct
Tap changer Tap changer
Blocked
Blocked
Direct
MEASUREMENT: A threshold level of
2.5% (0.005A) of the current, with load in the
CT's secondary (0.005A) is used in the
adjustment of the power flow direction.
DF
2,5%
0
2,5%
Current level
Not operative in reverse flow
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The measurement will occur in the direct
flow until the current exceeds 2.5% of
threshold in the reverse flow. The control keeps
on measuring in the reverse flow until the
current exceeds 2.5% of threshold in the direct
flow and then the parameter of scale goes
back to the normal.
not to monitor the input voltage when the
reverse power flow is detected, then altering
the adjustment of line drop compensation to
take into account this change in the power
flow.
OPERATION: The control operates in the
direct flow whenever the current is above the
direct threshold adjusted (function code 57).
Whenever the current exceeds the reverse
threshold adjusted (function code 57), the
control will make the commutation to the
neutral position. The neutral position, TAP
ZERO. When the current is between the two
thresholds, the control becomes inactive in the
last position of the tap changer maintained
before the direct threshold obtained. While
commutated to the neutral position, if the
current drops below the reverse threshold, the
control will keep on commutating until the
neutral position is reached. The temporization
circuit (time delay) is set to zero in any variation
below the direct threshold.
Blocked
TAP Zero
Co-generation
side
Costumer's substation
Co-generation regulation points
Co-generation mode
Reverse
Direct
DF
RF
2,5%
0
2,5%
Current level
Mode of operation in co-generation
5.6 Load bonus mode (code 70)
Direct
Tap Charger
Blocked
Regulators bank
Difference of
compensation in
the line drop
Reverse Mode Blocked in TAP Zero
Reverse
Transmission line
Substation
The voltage regulator allows the increase
of the current (load increase) with the
reduction of the regulation range, the
maximum normalized regulation range is 10%,
but the control has an adjustments able to limit
this range, allowing the regulator to block the
tap changer in the desired position.
The load bonus mode is selected in this
code. The representative values (0, 1, and 2) in
this code are:
FD
2,5%
0
2,5%
Current level
The tap changer is blocked in TAP Zero
when in the reverse flow
5.5.6 Co-generation mode (05)
The growth in the number of applications
of voltage regulators involving co-generation
has increased significantly by the custumers in
the past years. Normally, the operation desired
of the regulator installed in the supplier and
involving co-generation is to regulate the
voltage in the custumer's substation during the
moments in which the power flow is in the
direction of the custumer area, and to regulate
the regulator voltage (in the same side of
output) during the power flow to the network.
This is achieved simply by making the control
0 =Off line (Default);
1 = Upper limit activated only:
(code 71), which defines the Limit TAP of upper
Position when the “Position Limiter” Mode is
enabled.
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supplier;
— Load decreased by the first custumer with
load increased in the source at the same
time.
It blocks the tap changer in the “raise”
direction, at positions:
+10% = TAP + 16
+8.75% = TAP + 14
+7.50% = TAP + 12
+6.25% = TAP + 10
+5%
= TAP + 8
Z(r, x) of the line
2 = Enables the upper and lower limit:
(code 72), which defines the Limit TAP of lower
Position when the “Position Limiter” Mode is
enabled.
It blocks the tap changer in the “lower”
direction, at positions:
+/- 10% = TAP +/- 16
+/- 8,75% = TAP +/- 14
+/- 7,50% = TAP +/- 12
+/- 6,25% = TAP +/- 10
+/- 5%
= TAP +/- 8
If only the block desired is the lowest one,
the code shall be adjusted at 2 to enable this
limit, and the value adjusted in code 71 to
upper block may be adjusted to any extreme
value (position +16) for the actuation of the
upper block occur only when the tap changer
reaches the maximum TAP (+16).
Customer 1
Customer 2
Actuation of the voltage limiter at the costumer
The voltage regulators are generally
installed in circuits with loads distributed along
the line. In the case of use of Line Voltage Drop
Compensator, the customer immediately after
the voltage regulator (customer 1) are
submitted to inappropriate voltages.
The use of a voltage limiter is
recommended to protect these loads. The
limiter will limit the voltage at the regulator's
output within a pre-established value, in order
not to harm the nearby custumers.
The maximum and minimum limits
deemed appropriate for the output voltage can
be programmed in the control through
function codes 81 (UPPVOL) and 82
(LOWVOL), respectively. The adjustment is
made by accessing function code 80
(VLIMMO) and entering the appropriate code
for the desired operation:
5.7 Voltage limiter mode (code 80)
The voltage limiter function is used to
establish the maximum and minimum limits in
the regulator's output voltage. When the
function is enabled, the control allows the
regulator to operate in any of the directions,
i.e., reverse or direct, and has priority over all
other functions of operation. The voltage
limiter is only disabled by the operator of the
local TB-R1000 or through the communication
software DNP3 interconnected to the
TB-R1000 . The purpose of the voltage limiter is
to protect the costumer from high or low
abnormal voltage resulting from:
—Abrupt changes and over-voltage in the
transmission line;
—Abnormal source load;
—Inaccurate adjustments of the regulator's
control (set voltage, bandwidth, and line drop
compensation);
—Load increased by the first custumer
where there is a capacitive power factor in the
0 = Off line(OFF);
1 = upper limit only: It defines the upper
voltage Limit when the “Voltage Limiter” mode
is enabled.
2 = upper and lower limits: It defines the
lower voltage Limit when the “Voltage Limiter”
mode is enabled.
If only the lower limit is desired, function
code 80 shall be adjusted at 2 to enable this
limit and the value programmed in function
code 81 to the upper limit can be adjusted to a
given extreme value (such as 135) to avoid the
actuation of the upper limit.
The control has the following reply sensitivity:
If the control's supply voltage, which is the
CT's secondary, exceeds the value of the lower
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or upper limit adjusted, the control will
immediately send a signal to the tap changer
make the increase or decrease, if necessary
without counting the time. The control has a
band of 2V between the voltage limiter
adjusted and the control's supply voltage, PT's
secondary.
The limiter will act with two volts below the
adjusted value, both for the upper and lower
limits.
Ex.: If 130V is adjusted in the voltage
limiter, the controller anticipates and limits the
voltage to 128V (see figure below), thus
providing a security margin to the transmission
line and avoiding unnecessary commutations
and increasing the useful life of the tap
changer.
Auto-Test Chart
Value shown
in the display
Immediate commutation w/o temporization
Commutation inhibit band
130
128,5
}
115,5
114
* Immediate commutation w/o temporization
}
0
Normal operation
1
Error of potentiometric disk
2
Frequency out of range
3
Error of frequency and
potentiometric disk
4
Error of parameterization
5
Error of potentiometric disk
and parameterization
6
Error of frequency
and parameterization
7
Error of potentiometric disk,
frequency, and parameterization
8
Tap changer failure
5.9 Date and Time Presentation (code 91)
1,5V
This function indicates the current time
and date.
Visualization: press the MENU key, verify
the actuation of the arrow in the upper right
corner of the display and navigate until
function 91 is shown in the display at the date
in sub-code 00 and the time in sub-code 01.
Parameterization: In code 91, in an
eventual alteration of date and/or time, after
having accessed the MENU, press the key
CONF to access the alterations as deemed
necessary. Another arrow will be shown, below
the menu's arrow, indicating that the function is
able to receive the new values. To alter the
values in the sequence, i.e., year, month, and
date or minutes and hours (seconds are not
adjustable), it is necessary to have the CONF
arrow enabled and after having adjusted the
year or minute, press the CONF key for 2
seconds to access the next parameter, then
add the values through the keys plus (+) and
minus (-) in the front panel to all values
mentioned above.
120 Vca
Commutation inhibit band
Description of the indication
1,5V
Dead band voltage limits
5.8 Self test (code 88)
When entering this code, the control
automatically executes an self test routine of
the main circuits. The TB-R1000 display shows
a given value that ranges from 0 to 8, having as
error the following nomenclatures:
1 Error of potentiometric disk.
2 Error of frequency out of range.
3 Error of frequency and potentiometric disk.
4 Error of parameterization.
5 Error of potentiometric disk and
parameterization.
6 Error of frequency and parameterization.
7 Error of potentiometric disk, frequency, and
parameterization.
8 Tap changer failure
5.10 Number of resets made since the last
start-up (code 42)
The indication “0” means normal
operation.
It indicates the number of times in which
the mechanical position indicator reset has
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been enabled. All the indications of maximum
and minimum TAP are reset to the current
value when this code is accessed.
shown. The TAP zero function shall not be
disabled remotely.
The operation is only concluded when
the neutral indicating is lighting ,
indicating TAP zero.
Visualization:
press the MENU key,
navigate until function 42 is shown in the
display. It is possible to visualize the number of
resets in sub-code 00 and the date and time of
the last reset performed, in sub-codes 01 and
02, respectively.
5.12 Open door detector
The TB-R1000 control has a function that
allows the remote monitoring of open door. If
the door of the TB-R1000 control is open, the
control, by means of a reedswitch, once this
function has no code, will send a signal to the
microcontroller that on its turn sends the
information remotely through the
communication software DNP3. This function
is essential in the security of a field operator,
since it allows the remote monitoring if there is
anyone operating the regulator and fails to
send any command until the cover closes, thus
ensuring the physical integrity of the field
operator.
Enablement: There are two ways to
enable the external indicator reset. One is
through the direct access of the RESET key in
the front panel, where the operator shall press
the key for 5 seconds until he/she can visualize
the reset count and its actuation in the external
indicator.
The second way occurs through the
communication software TBR Control, which
allows the remote enablement of the reset in
the “REMOTE CONTROL” field, by clicking
once on “RESET POSITION INDICATOR”.
5.13 KEYPAD Password
This function implement on the control a
security code required to change each
parameter in " Conf" mode. For a parameter
alteration will be requested a value of
password to be adjusted in code 100-00
(PASSWO) qualifying the alteration of
parameters. When having access code 10000 an initial value 0(zero) will be displayed, use
the keyboard keys "+" (2.1.11) and “-" (2.1.12)
to adjust the correct password. When pressing
KEYPAD key "CONF" with the correct
password the control will enable the parameter
alteration.
5.11 TAP Zero function
This function has as purpose to bring the
regulator to the zero position, regardless of the
position in which it is found, facilitating a
possible removal of the regulator from the
operation.
Enablement: The TAP zero function is
enabled when both raise and lower key of the
front panel are simultaneously pressed for 5
seconds, but the function manual and/or
remote shall not be enabled.
To confirm that the TAP zero function is
enabled, an arrow is shown in the upper right
corner of the display. The TAP zero function
shall not be enabled remotely.
Login definition:
This function permits the user set the
security code required to change each
parameter in "Conf" mode. After access code
100-00 (LOGIN), adjust the value of current
password and press "CONF", the display will
shown code -54 -54 (LOGIN) and the current
password. Through the keyboard keys "+"
(2.1.11) and “-" (2.1.12) set the new value and
press "CONF" again to confirm.
Disablement: The procedure to disable
this function is the same, it only takes pressing
the raise(2.1.7) and lower(2.1.8) keys for 5
seconds, with the manual and/or remote
functions disabled, and verify that the arrow of
indication of TAP zero function is no longer
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—The event log cannot be accessed by qualifiers 0
or 6, and the maximum size of each reply is 2048
bytes.
6.0 Protocol DNP 3.0
To execute a few specific commands, it is
necessary to follow the sequences described below:
TELE-PRESENCE
—Read registers 244, 245, and 246 of object 30 to
read the unit, sub-unit and unit value in the display.
1.2) . Read the registers of Object 01 to know what are
the display segments accessed in the moment.
Repeat the reading at every second.
—The manual controls can be executed with object
12.
EVENT LOG
—Read register 210 of object 30 to lock the
memory pointer and to know the current size of the
memory.
—Read the event log registers from 100 to
(1000+10*current size).
—Each interval of mass memory has its own date
and time, since there is the possibility of occurrence
of events such as power failure or daylight saving
time, which would cause a variation at the interval
between two readings.
—The event log time has 3 bits that signal the
dayliht saving time, an alteration of register that
interfere the mass Memory and power failure.
MODIFICATION OF REGISTER 41
—After having executed all the modifications
desired, a COLD RESTART shall be performed.
Password
—It is not necessary to log when the password is
zero.
—When modifying the password “REG 137 obj.
“41”, it will be necessary to log every time you wish to
execute a write-in command.
—To log, you must insert the correct password in
reg 138 obj 41.
—To logout, you need to restart, insert the wrong
password in reg 138, wait for 10 minutes without
communication, or press the local/remote key.
FFT
— To calculate the FFT of current and voltage,
execute the Obj12 reg 3 close.
— Wait the bit 27 of obj1 to change from 1 to zero.
— Read the registers 179 to 212 of obj 30.
Table of registers of object1
Object 1- Binary input – Var 1 and 2
BIT
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
Command
Control via remote channel
Voltage limiter on
Inactive clock
Block by Vmin
Block by Vmax
Flow
Signaling decrease voltage
Signaling increase voltage
External indicator reset
Mode of operation
Tap changer decreasing
Tap changer increasing
Failure in the tap changer
Failure in the potentiometric disk
Load Bonus Enabled
Reactive
Failure in the measurement
Internal failure
Auxiliary board inexistent or
failure
No firmware
Failure in the parameterization
Outside TAP 0
Minimum TAP block
Maximum TAP block
TAP unknown
Switching position routine
Remote port login
Local port login
RESERVED
Mass memory full
Open door
Daylight saving time
STATUS
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
0 = direct 1 = reverse
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
0 = manual 1 =
automatic
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
0 = Q+ 1 = QYES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
Note
0 = Obj 12 not remotely executable – bit 5 of IIN
RTC not configured or not responding – bit 4 of IIN
bit 7 of IIN
Message sent by the boot loader
Incoherent or corrupted parameterization
Control is inoperative in this state – bit 7 of IIN
Logged in the remote port
Logged in the local port
When in 1 is calculating a FFT
YES = 1
YES = 1
YES = 1
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Table of registers of object 12
Table of registers of object 12
Index
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
Function
Increase TAP
Decrease TAP
Command
CLOSE
TRIP
CLOSE
TRIP
CLOSE
TRIP
CLOSE
TRIP
CLOSE
TRIP
CLOSE
TRIP
CLOSE
TRIP
Note
Counter informs the number of TAPs
To Stop use “NUL”
MANUAL
AUTOMATIC
Reset position
indicator
Execute FFT
LOCAL
REMOTE
RESERVED
--Resets the mass
memory
Table of registers of object 30
Obj 30 Var 1 and 3 32 bits analog input (dynamic variables)
Index Code Sub/Command
0
(code 00 sub 00)
1
(code 00 sub -1)
2
(code 00 sub -2)
3
(code 00 sub -3)
4
(code 00 sub -4)
5
(code 00 sub -5)
6
(code 00 sub -6)
7
(code 00 sub -7)
8
(code 00 sub -8)
9
(code 00 sub -9)
10
(code 00 sub -10)
11
(code 00 sub -11)
12
(code 00 sub -12)
13
(code 00 sub -13)
14
(code 00 sub -14)
15
(code 00 sub -15)
16
(code 00 sub -16)
17
(code 00 sub 01)
18
(code 00 sub 02)
19
(code 00 sub 03)
20
(code 00 sub 04)
21
(code 00 sub 05)
22
(code 00 sub 06)
23
(code 00 sub 07)
24
(code 00 sub 08)
25
(code 00 sub 09)
26
(code 00 sub 10)
27
(code 00 sub 11)
28
(code 00 sub 12)
29
(code 00 sub 13)
30
(code 00 sub 14)
31
(code 00 sub 15)
32
(code 00 sub 16)
33
(code 00 sub 17)
34
(code 06 sub 00)
35
(code 06 sub 01)
36
(code 07 sub 00)
37
(code 07 sub 01)
38
(code 08 sub 00)
39
(code 09 sub 00)
40
(code 09 sub 01)
41
(code 10 sub 00)
42
(code 10 sub 01)
43
(code 11 sub 00)
44
(code 11 sub 01)
45
(code 11 sub 02)
Escale
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
100
10
100
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Unit
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
operations
V
KV
V
KV
V
mA
A
kWh
kWh
kVArh
kVArh
kVArh
Note
Operation counter totalizer
Number of times that TAP -16 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -15 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -14 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -13 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -12 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -11 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -10 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -9 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -8 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -7 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -6 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -5 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -4 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -3 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -2 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP -1 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 1 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 2 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 3 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 4 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 5 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 6 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 7 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 8 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 9 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 10 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 11 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 12 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 13 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 14 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 15 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 16 has been enabled
Number of times that TAP 000 has been enabled
Load side voltage at low voltage
Load side voltage at high voltage
Source side voltage at low voltage
Source side voltage at high voltage
Load side compensated voltage at low voltage
Load side current at low voltage
Load side current at high voltage
Direct flow active power
Reverse flow active power
Capacitive Reactive Power in direct flow
Inductive Reactive Power in direct flow
Capacitive Reactive Energy in reverse flow
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Table of registers of object 30
Obj 30 Var 1 and 3 32 bits analog input (dynamic variables)
Index Code Sub/Command Escale Unit
46
(code 11 sub 03) 1
kVArh
47
(code 12 sub 00) 1
TAP
48
(code 13 sub 00) 100
49
(code 13 sub 00) 1
50
(code 14 sub 00) 1
kVA
51
(code 15 sub 00) 1
kW
52
(code 16 sub 00) 1
kVAr
53
(code 17 sub 00) 10
Hz
54
(code 20 sub 00) 10
V
55
(code 20 sub 01) 10
V
56
(code 20 sub 02) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
57
(code 20 sub 03) 1
hh.mm.ss
58
(code 20 sub 04) 10
V
59
(code 20 sub 05) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
60
(code 20 sub 06) 1
hh.mm.ss
61
(code 21 sub 00) 10
V
62
(code 21 sub 01) 10
V
63
(code 21 sub 02) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
64
(code 21 sub 03) 1
hh.mm.ss
65
(code 21 sub 04) 10
V
66
(code 21 sub 05) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
67
(code 21 sub 06) 1
hh.mm.ss
68
(code 22 sub 00) 1
mA
69
(code 22 sub 01) 1
mA
70
(code 22 sub 02) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
71
(code 22 sub 03) 1
hh.mm.ss
72
(code 22 sub 04) 1
mA
73
(code 22 sub 05) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
74
(code 22 sub 06) 1
hh.mm.ss
75
(code 23 sub 00) 100
76
(code 23 sub 01) 100
77
(code 24 sub 00) 1
kVA
78
(code 24 sub 01) 1
kVA
79
(code 24 sub 02) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
80
(code 24 sub 03) 1
hh.mm.ss
81
(code 24 sub 04) 1
kVA
82
(code 24 sub 05) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
83
(code 24 sub 06) 1
hh.mm.ss
84
(code 25 sub 00) 1
kW
85
(code 25 sub 01) 1
kW
86
(code 25 sub 02) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
87
(code 25 sub 03) 1
hh.mm.ss
88
(code 25 sub 04) 1
kW
89
(code 25 sub 05) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
90
(code 25 sub 06) 1
hh.mm.ss
91
(code 26 sub 00) 1
kVAr
92
(code 26 sub 01) 1
kVAr
93
(code 26 sub 02) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
94
(code 26 sub 03) 1
hh.mm.ss
95
(code 26 sub 04) 1
kVAr
96
(code 26 sub 05) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
97
(code 26 sub 06) 1
hh.mm.ss
98
(code 27 sub 00) 10
V
99
(code 27 sub 01) 10
V
100
(code 27 sub 02) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
102
(code 27 sub 03) 1
hh.mm.ss
102
(code 27 sub 04) 10
V
103
(code 27 sub 05) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
104
(code 27 sub 06) 1
hh.mm.ss
105
(code 30 sub 00) 10
V
106
(code 30 sub 01) 10
V
107
(code 30 sub 02) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
108
(code 30 sub 03) 1
hh.mm.ss
109
(code 30 sub 04) 10
V
110
(code 30 sub 05) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
111
(code 30 sub 06) 1
hh.mm.ss
112
(code 31 sub 00) 10
V
113
(code 31 sub 01) 10
V
114
(code 31 sub 02) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
115
(code 31 sub 03) 1
hh.mm.ss
116
(code 31 sub 04) 10
V
117
(code 31 sub 05) 1
DD.MM.YYYY
118
(code 31 sub 06) 1
hh.mm.ss
119
(code 32 sub 00) 1
mA
Note
Inductive Reactive Power in reverse flow
Current TAP
Power factor
Quadrant
Apparent power
Active power
Reactive power
Network frequency
Load side voltage demand at low voltage
Maximum load side voltage demand at low voltage
Date of the maximum load side voltage demand at low voltage
Time of the maximum load side voltage demand at low voltage
Minimum load side voltage demand at low voltage
Date of the minimum load side voltage demand at low voltage
Time of minimum load side voltage demand at low voltage
Load side compensated voltage demand at low voltage
Maximum load side compensated voltage demand at low voltage
Date of the maximum load side compensated voltage demand at low voltage
Time of maximum load side compensated voltage demand at low voltage
Minimum load side compensated voltage demand at low voltage
Date of the minimum load side compensated voltage demand at low voltage
Time of minimum load side compensated voltage demand at low voltage
Load side current demand at low voltage
Maximum load side current demand at low voltage
Date of the maximum load side current demand at low voltage
Time of the maximum load side current demand at low voltage
Minimum load side current demand at low voltage
Date of the minimum load side current demand at low voltage
Time of the minimum load side current demand at low voltage
FP for maximum demand S
FP for Minimum demand S
S demand at load
Maximum S demand at load
Date of the maximum S demand at load
Time of the maximum S demand at load
Minimum S demand at load
Date of the minimum S demand at load
Time of the minimum S demand at load
P demand at load
Maximum P demand
Date of the maximum P demand at load
Time of the maximum P demand at load
Minimum P demand at load
Date of the minimum P demand at load
Time of the minimum P demand at load
Q demand at load
Maximum Q demand at load
Date of the maximum Q demand at load
Time of the maximum Q demand at load
Minimum Q demand at load
Date of the minimum Q demand at load
Time of the minimum Q demand at load
Load side voltage demand
Maximum load side voltage demand
Date of the maximum load side voltage Demand
Time of the maximum load side voltage Demand
Load side minimum voltage Demand
Date of the load side minimum voltage Demand
Time of the load side minimum voltage Demand
Load side voltage demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Maximum load side voltage demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Date of he maximum load side voltage demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Time of the maximum load side voltage demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Minimum load side voltage demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Date of the minimum load side voltage demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Time of the minimum load side voltage demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Load side compensated voltage demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Maximum load side compensated voltage demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Date of the maximum load side compensated demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Time of the maximum load side compensated demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Minimum load side compensated voltage demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Date of the minimum load side compensated voltage demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Time of the minimum load side compensated voltage demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Load side current demand at low voltage - reverse flow
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Table of registers of object 30
Obj 30 Var 1 and 3 32 bits analog input (dynamic variables)
Index Code Sub/Command
120
(code 32 sub 01)
121
(code 32 sub 02)
122
(code 32 sub 03)
123
(code 32 sub 04)
124
(code 32 sub 05)
125
(code 32 sub 06)
126
(code 33 sub 00)
127
(code 33 sub 01)
128
(code 34 sub 00)
129
(code 34 sub 01)
130
(code 34 sub 02)
131
(code 34 sub 03)
132
(code 34 sub 04)
133
(code 34 sub 05)
134
(code 34 sub 06)
135
(code 35 sub 00)
136
(code 35 sub 01)
137
(code 35 sub 02)
138
(code 35 sub 03)
139
(code 35 sub 04)
140
(code 35 sub 05)
141
(code 35 sub 06)
142
(code 36 sub 00)
143
(code 36 sub 01)
144
(code 36 sub 02)
145
(code 36 sub 03)
146
(code 36 sub 04)
147
(code 36 sub 05)
148
(code 36 sub 06)
149
(code 37 sub 00)
150
(code 37 sub 01)
151
(code 37 sub 02)
152
(code 37 sub 03)
153
(code 37 sub 04)
154
(code 37 sub 05)
155
(code 37 sub 06)
156
(code 40 sub 00)
157
(code 40 sub 01)
158
(code 40 sub 02)
159
(code 41 sub 00)
160
(code 41 sub 01)
161
(code 41 sub 02)
162
(code 42 sub 00)
163
(code 42 sub 01)
164
(code 42 sub 02)
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
Escale
1
1
1
1
1
1
100
100
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
10
1
1
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Unit
mA
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
mA
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
kVA
kVA
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
kVA
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
kW
kW
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
kW
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
kVAr
kVAr
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
kVAr
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
V
V
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
V
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
operations
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
operations
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
operations
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
Note
Maximum load side current demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Date of the maximum load side current demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Time of the maximum load side current demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Minimum load side current demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Date of the minimum load side current demand at low voltage - reverse flow
Time of the minimum load side current demand at low voltage - reverse flow
FP for maximum S demand - reverse flow
FP for minimum S demand - reverse flow
S demand at load - reverse flow
Maximum S demand at load - reverse flow
Date of the maximum S demand at load - reverse flow
Time of the maximum S demand at load - reverse flow
Minimum S demand at load - reverse flow
Date of the minimum S demand at load - reverse flow
Time of the minimum S demand at load - reverse flow
P demand at load - reverse flow
Maximum P demand at load - reverse flow
Date of the maximum P demand at load - reverse flow
Time of the maximum P demand at load - reverse flow
Minimum P demand at load - reverse flow
Date of the minimum P demand at load - reverse flow
Time of the minimum P demand at load - reverse flow
Q demand at load - reverse flow
Maximum Q demand at load - reverse flow
Date of the maximum Q demand at load - reverse flow
Time of the maximum Q demand at load - reverse flow
Minimum Q demand at load - reverse flow
Date of the minimum Q demand at load - reverse flow
Time of the minimum Q demand at load - reverse flow
Load side voltage demand
Maximum load side voltage demand
Date of the maximum load side voltage Demand
Time of the maximum load side voltage Demand
Minimum load side voltage demand
Date of the minimum load side voltage Demand
Time of the minimum load side voltage Demand
Register of the highest TAP commutated
Date of the register of the highest TAP commutated
Time of the register of the highest TAP commutated
Register of the lowest TAP commutated
Date of the register of the lowest TAP commutated
Time of the register of the lowest TAP commutated
Presents the number of TAP resets already performed
Date of the last TAP reset
Time of the last TAP reset
Control model
Hardware version (Negative values are from the manufacturer)
Micro-controller Firmware Version (Negative values are from the manufacturer)
Firmware load date
Firmware load time
Micro-controller bootloader version (Negative values are from the manufacturer)
Bootloader load date
Bootloader load time
Voltage TDH
Fundamental
2 harmonic
3 harmonic
4 harmonic
5 harmonic
6 harmonic
7 harmonic
8 harmonic
9 harmonic
10 harmonic
11 harmonic
12 harmonic
13 harmonic
14 harmonic
15 harmonic
16 harmonic
Current TDH
Fundamental
2 harmonic
3 harmonic
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Table of registers of object 30
Obj 30 Var 1 and 3 32 bits analog input (dynamic variables)
Index Code Sub/Command Escale Unit
194
1
%
195
1
%
196
1
%
197
1
%
198
1
%
199
1
%
200
1
%
201
1
%
202
1
%
203
1
%
204
1
%
205
1
%
206
1
%
207
1
%
208
1
DD.MM.YYYY
209
1
hh.mm.ss
210
1
Registers
211
1
Registers
212
1
operations
213
1
operations
214
1
operations
215
1
operations
216
1
operations
217
1
operations
218
1
operations
219
1
operations
220
1
operations
221
1
operations
222
1
223
1
224
1
225
1
226
1
227
1
228
1
229
1
230
1
231
1
232
1
233
1
234
1
235
1
236
1
237
1
238
1
239
1
240
1
241
1
242
1
DD.MM.YYYY
243
1
hh.mm.ss
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
1000
1001
1002
1003
1004
1005
1006
1007
1008
1009
1010
Note
4 harmonic
5 harmonic
6 harmonic
7 harmonic
8 harmonic
9 harmonic
10 harmonic
11 harmonic
12 harmonic
13 harmonic
14 harmonic
15 harmonic
16 harmonic
Battery load
Date of the Last mass memory register
Time of the Last mass memory register
Mass memory current size
Maximum mass memory size
Register for the TAP commuted by the control in the last time
Register for the TAP commuted by the control before the last time
Register for the TAP commuted by the control 3 times ago
Register for the TAP commuted by the control 4 times ago
Register for the TAP commuted by the control 5 times ago
Register for the TAP commuted by the control 6 times ago
Register for the TAP commuted by the control 7 times ago
Register for the TAP commuted by the control 8 times ago
Register for the TAP commuted by the control 9 times ago
Register for the TAP commuted by the control 10 times ago
Last register modified
Penultimate register modified
Register modified 3 times ago
Register modified 4 times ago
Register modified 5 times ago
Register modified 6 times ago
Register modified 7 times ago
Register modified 8 times ago
Register modified 9 times ago
Register modified 10 times ago
Register modified 11 times ago
Register modified 12 times ago
Register modified 13 times ago
Register modified 14 times ago
Register modified 15 times ago
Register modified 16 times ago
Register modified 17 times ago
Register modified 18 times ago
Register modified 19 times ago
Register modified 20 times ago
Register of date of the last modification
Register the time of the last modification
Current display unit
Current display sub-unit
Value shown in the display
Current hourly post 0->A; 1->B; 2->C; 3->D
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Time of the last register (6 bits hour + 7 bits minute + 1 DLST + 1 bit modification + 1 bit alpha)
Date of the last register (7 bits year + 4 bits month + 5 bits day)
Last mass memory register - Unit 1
Last mass memory register - Unit 2
Last mass memory register - Unit 3
Last mass memory register - Unit 4
Last mass memory register - Unit 5
Last mass memory register - Unit 6
Last mass memory register - Unit 7
Last mass memory register - Unit 8
Time of the penultimate register (6 bits hour + 7 bits minute + 1 bit DLST + 1 bit modification + 1 bit alpha)
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Table of registers of object 30
Obj 30 Var 1 and 3 32 bits analog input (dynamic variables)
Index Code Sub/Command
1011
1012
1013
1014
1015
1016
--65400
Escale
Unit
Note
Penultimate mass memory register (7 bits year + 4 bits month + 5 bits day)
Penultimate mass memory register - Unit 1
Penultimate mass memory register - Unit 2
Penultimate mass memory register - Unit 3
Penultimate mass memory register - Unit 4
Penultimate mass memory register - Unit 5
--End of mass memory
Table of registers of object 40, 41
Obj 40 (reading) and 41 (write-in) (configuration)
Index Code Sub/Command
0
(code 01 sub 00)
1
(code 01 sub 01)
2
(code 01 sub 02)
3
(code 01 sub 03)
4
(code 02 sub 00)
5
(code 02 sub 01)
6
(code 02 sub 02)
7
(code 02 sub 03)
8
(code 03 sub 00)
9
(code 03 sub 01)
10
(code 03 sub 02)
11
(code 03 sub 03)
12
(code 04 sub 00)
13
(code 04 sub 01)
14
(code 04 sub 02)
15
(code 04 sub 03)
16
(code 05 sub 00)
17
(code 05 sub 01)
18
(code 05 sub 02)
19
(code 05 sub 03)
20
(code 44 sub 00)
21
(code 45 sub 00)
22
(code 46 sub 00)
23
(code 46 sub 01)
24
(code 46 sub 02)
25
(code 46 sub 03)
26
(code 47 sub 00)
27
(code 47 sub 01)
28
(code 47 sub 02)
29
(code 48 sub 00)
30
(code 49 sub 00)
31
(code 51 sub 00)
32
(code 51 sub 01)
33
(code 51 sub 02)
34
(code 51 sub 03)
35
(code 52 sub 00)
36
(code 52 sub 01)
37
(code 52 sub 02)
38
(code 52 sub 03)
39
(code 53 sub 00)
40
(code 53 sub 01)
41
(code 53 sub 02)
42
(code 53 sub 03)
43
(code 54 sub 00)
44
(code 54 sub 01)
45
(code 54 sub 02)
46
(code 54 sub 03)
47
(code 55 sub 00)
48
(code 55 sub 01)
49
(code 55 sub 02)
50
(code 55 sub 03)
51
(code 56 sub 00)
52
(code 57 sub 00)
53
(code 58 sub 00)
54
(code 70 sub 00)
55
(code 71 sub 00)
56
(code 72 sub 00)
57
(code 80 sub 00)
58
(code 81 sub 00)
59
(code 82 sub 00)
60
(code 84 sub 00)
Escale
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
1
1
1
1
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
100
1
1
1
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
1
1
1
1
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
1
10
1
1
1
1
1
10
10
1
Unit
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
minute
minute
minute
minute
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
kVA
kV
A
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
minute
minute
minute
minute
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
%
V
V
minute
Note
Reference voltage, post A, direct flow
Reference voltage, post B, direct flow
Reference voltage, post C, direct flow
Reference voltage, post D, direct flow
Insensitivity, post A, direct flow
Insensitivity, post B, direct flow
Insensitivity, post C, direct flow
Insensitivity, post D, direct flow
Delay time, post A, direct flow
Delay time, post B, direct flow
Delay time, post C, direct flow
Delay time, post D, direct flow
Resistive compensation, post A, direct flow
Resistive compensation, post B, direct flow
Resistive compensation, post C, direct flow
Resistive compensation, post D, direct flow
Reactive compensation, post A, direct flow
Reactive compensation, post B, direct flow
Reactive compensation, post C, direct flow
Reactive compensation, post D, direct flow
Control Serial Number
Regulator connection configuration: 0=Invalid; 1=0 2=-30 3=+30 degrees
Mode of operation of the delay time, post A 0=Sequential 1=Reversal
Mode of operation of the delay time, post B 0=Sequential 1=Reversal
Mode of operation of the delay time, post C 0=Sequential 1=Reversal
Mode of operation of the delay time, post D 0=Sequential 1=Reversal
Regulator's rated apparent power
Regulator's rated voltage
Regulator's rated current
PT ratio
CT ratio
Reference voltage, post A, reverse flow
Reference voltage, post B, reverse flow
Reference voltage, post C, reverse flow
Reference voltage, post D, reverse flow
Insensitivity, post A, reverse flow
Insensitivity, post B, reverse flow
Insensitivity, post C, reverse flow
Insensitivity, post D, reverse flow
Delay time, post A, reverse flow
Delay time, post B, reverse flow
Delay time, post C, reverse flow
Delay time, post D, reverse flow
Line drop resistive compensation, post A, reverse flow
Line drop resistive compensation, post B, reverse flow
Line drop resistive compensation, post C, reverse flow
Line drop resistive compensation, post D, reverse flow
Line drop reactive compensation, post A, reverse flow
Line drop reactive compensation, post B, reverse flow
Line drop reactive compensation, post C, reverse flow
Line drop reactive compensation, post D, reverse flow
Mode of operation of the reverse flow - see the manual
Reverse flow current threshold
Presence of potentiometric disk 0 = Without 1 = Default disk
Load bonus mode - see the manual
Maximum TAP limit
Minimum TAP limit
Selects the voltage limiter mode - see the manual
Maximum voltage limit
Minimum voltage limit
Demand interval
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Table of registers of object 40, 41
Obj 40 (reading) and 41 (write-in) (configuration)
Index
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
Code Sub/Command
(code 88 sub -188)
(code 91 sub 00)
(code 91 sub 01)
(code 94 sub 00)
(code 95 sub 00)
(code 96 sub 00)
(code 96 sub 01)
(code 100 sub 00)
(code 101 sub 00)
(code 102 sub 00)
Escale
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Unit
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
bps
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
hh.mm.ss
hh.mm.ss
hh.mm.ss
hh.mm.ss
DD.MM.YYYY
DD.MM.YYYY
DD.MM.YYYY
DD.MM.YYYY
DD.MM.YYYY
DD.MM.YYYY
DD.MM.YYYY
DD.MM.YYYY
Note
Auto-test Bit1 =Disk, bit2 = frequency out of range, bit3= parameterization error
Current date
Current time
Date and Time format - see the manual
Number of resets executed in the external indicator
Remote port 0 = Ethernet, 1= R232, 2=Optic fiber, 3= RS485
Remote serial speed
Keypad password
DNP 3.0 Local/Remote selection
Enable unsolicited
Event class selection
Time sincronization
Reserved
Reserved
Auxiliary board model
Unit's DNP address
Unit's TCP/IP address
Communication software TCP/IP address
Unit's TCP/IP mask
Unit's TCP/IP port
Communication software TCP/IP port
Unit's TCP/IP gateway
Communication software telephone number
Communication software telephone prefix
Mass storage unit 1
Mass storage sub-unit 1
Mass storage unit 2
Mass storage sub-unit 2
Mass memory unit 3
Mass memory sub-unit 3
Mass memory unit 4
Mass memory sub-unit 4
Mass memory unit 5
Mass memory sub-unit 5
Mass memory unit 6
Mass memory sub-unit 6
Mass memory unit 7
Mass memory sub-unit 7
Mass memory unit 8
Mass memory sub-unit 8
Network default frequency 0=undefined 1=50Hz 2=60Hz 3=error
Display unit 1
Display sub-unit 1
Display unit 2
Display sub-unit 2
Display unit 3
Display sub-unit 3
Display unit 4
Display sub-unit 4
Display unit 5
Display sub-unit 5
Display unit 6
Display sub-unit 6
Display unit 7
Display sub-unit 7
Display unit 8
Display sub-unit 8
Category "A" initial time
Days in which post "A" is valid - see the manual
Category "B" initial time
Days in which post "B" is valid - see the manual
Category "C" initial time
Days in which post "C" is valid - see the manual
Category "D" initial time
Days in which post "D" is valid - see the manual
Daylight saving time assessment 0 = disabled
Daylight saving time beginning date
Daylight saving time end date
Holiday date
Holiday date
Holiday date
Holiday date
Holiday date
Holiday date
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Table of registers of object 40, 41
Obj 40 (reading) and 41 (write-in) (configuration)
Index Code Sub/Command
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
Escale
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
1
Unit
DD.MM.YYYY
DD.MM.YYYY
hh.mm.ss
s
s
bps
Note
Holiday date
Holiday date
Password - Programming - password 0 means no password
Password - Login to logout, send wrong password or restart the control
Number of power failures
Total time of failures
Time that the unit takes to consider a failure, in seconds
Number of repetitions of frame without confirmation bit 31 = Mult frag, 30 simple frag
Interval between frame repetitions
Local serial speed
Configuration of auxiliary contacts 0= "1: Reset, 2:NeutralP., 3:Op.Conf."
Mobile chip PIN
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
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7.0 Communication and Configuration Software
TOSHIBA TBR-CONTROL
This help contains information for Configuration and monitoring the TB-R1000 Control via a
personal computer using the installed TOSHIBA TBR-CONTROL communications and
parameterization software.
Protocol DNP 3.0 was developed using software tools to facilitate the operator interface,
however, we suggest that the user reads this help carefully to correctly use the software.
7.1 Minimum Hardware Requirements
The TOSHIBA TBR-CONTROL software must be installed on a personal computer with the
following minimum resources:
—Microsoft Windows 95
—CD Drive
—RS-232 Standard serial communication port
—Mouse
—RS-232 Serial communication cable
7.2 Software Installation
To install TOSHIBA TBR-CONTROL software, the user must follow the steps below:
— I n s e r t t h e TO S H I B A T B R CONTROL software installation CD
into the CD drive.
— Access the installation file: E:\TBR
Control.msi (In the drive where the
CD was inserted).
— Click on the button to continue and
select the installation location.
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— Then, the installation confirmation
screen will display.
— Click on the icon to continue the
TBR Control installation.
— Wait while TBR Control is being
installed until the full installation final
screen is displayed.
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— Click on Close, the installation was
successfully completed.
7.3 Software Basic Operation
1 A channel according to the cable connected to TB-R1000.
2 A regulator according to the DNP address of TB-R1000.
3 To make the connection or dial a telephone number.
After this, the software will be connected and ready to send and receive parameters for TBR1000.
Schedule parameters, check box 4.
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7.4 File Menu
—Exit – Quit the application
7.5 Setup Menu
— General – Configures the internal software parameters.
— Channel - Adds/Changes/Deletes Communication channels.
— Regulators - Adds/Changes/Deletes Regulators.
— Analog Input Selection - Selects data to be displayed on the Input Values screen.
— Analog Output Selection - Selects data to be displayed on the Output Values screen.
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— Access Files Folder - Not implemented yet.
— Excel Files Folder - Not implemented yet.
— Text Files Folder - Not implemented yet.
— Setup Files Folder - Not implemented yet.
— Saved Files Format - Not implemented yet.
— Default Language - Selects the software standard language.
— Log Screen Cleanning - Not implemented yet.
— Attempts Connection - Not implemented yet.
— Attempts Communication - Not implemented yet.
— Timeout - Time in seconds without an answer from TBR-1000 to display a timeout message.
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— Description - Communication port. Ex.: com1, com2, com3, etc.
— Speed - Enter the door communication speed. Ex.: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400.
— Pulse Dial - Select between Pulse and Tone dialing. Values: True, False.
— Remote Port - Select a value from the list. For PCs, always use RS-232.
— Phone Number - Enter the telephone number to dial. Use only when a modem is connected.
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— Description - Enter a description up to 50 characters.
— Serial Number - Enter the regulator’s serial number.
— DNP Address - Enter the same DNP number of the regulator, or 65532 (FFFC) for autoanswer. (The unit’s DNP address in Analogic Output).
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— Analog Input.
Note: Unchecking these parameters does not reduce the DNP mesh size.
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— Analog Output.
Note: Unchecking these parameters does not reduce the DNP mesh size.
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7.6 Factory Menu
— Remote Port - Adds/Changes/Deletes remote ports.
— Message - Adds/Changes/Deletes software messages.
— Language - Adds/Changes/Deletes languages.
— Internal Name - Adds/Changes/Deletes internal message names.
— Command - Adds/Changes/Deletes DNP 3.0 parameters
— Exchange - Adds/Changes/Deletes DNP 3.0 parameters
— Function - Adds/Changes/Deletes DNP 3.0 parameters
— Object - Adds/Changes/Deletes DNP 3.0 parameters
— Variation - Adds/Changes/Deletes DNP 3.0 parameter
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This form is used to translate any message into any language.
—Description - Enter the message description.
—Language - Select a value from the list.
—Internal Name - Select a value from the list.
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— Description - Select a value from the list.
— Detailed - Select a value from the list.
— Code - Enter a Code for this command.
— SubCode - Enter a SubCode for this command.
— Minimum - Enter a minimum value for this command.
— Maximum - Enter a maximum value for this command.
— Step - Enter a Step for this command.
— Exchange - Select a value from the list.
— Sequence - Enter the sequential order of the DNP3 mesh for this command.
— Bit - Enter the bit when the binary type is used.
— Write Mask - Enter the mask used to save the value. Not implemented yet.
— Read Mask - Enter the mask used to display the value.
— Type - Select a value from the list.
— Multiplier - Enter a value to multiply the read value.
— Unit - Enter the unit of the read value.
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— Description - Enter a description up to 50 characters.
— Function - Select a value from the list.
— Object / Variation - Select a value from the list for each side.
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7.7 Tools Menu
— Schedule - Adds/Changes/Deletes Schedule data.
— Remote - Accesses the remote monitoring screen.
— Analog Input - Reads Analogic Input data.
— Analog Output - Reads and saves Analogic Output data.
—Direct Relay - Executes direct relay operations.
—Mass Memory - Reads mass storage data.
—Item Selection - Selects the values to be sent via analogic input.
—Binary Input Change Selection - Selects the binary input change values (Unsolicited)
— Harmonics - Displays the harmonics chart (FFT).
— Chart Tap - Displays taps from -16 to +16 in a chart.
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This function is used to run a macro in certain time intervals and save the results to the
database.
— Description - Enter a description up to 50 characters.
— Detailed Description - Enter a description up to 50 characters.
— Communication Failure - Not implemented yet.
— Status - Enabled = The schedule is active.
Stopped = The schedule is on hold.
Disabled = The schedule is inactive.
—Macro - Select a value from the list.
— Next Execution - Select a date from the calendar.
— Hour Window - If enabled, select an interval to run the macro.
— Frequency - If enabled, select an interval according to:
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This example runs the macro every 6 seconds
This example runs the macro on the first
Wednesday of January every year.
—FILTER - Enable and enter the start and end values.
It can be launched from the Toolbar button in the main form
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This form displays the analogical input values for TB-R1000, except for the values filtered by
the Analogic Input Selection and Item Selection.
The CSV Button saves the entire table to a text file.
It can be launched from the Toolbar button in the main form.
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This form displays and allows changing the TB-R1000 Analogic Output values, except for the
values filtered by the Output Value Selection.
The CSV Button saves all data to a text file.
The Read CSV Button reads all data from a text file.
It can be launched from the Toolbar button in the main form.
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It sends a DNP3 Trip/Close DNP3 command to TB-R1000 according to a previously recorded
macro when clicking the Send button.
It can be launched from the Toolbar button in the main form.
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Reads and stores the internal TB-R1000 mass memory.
Eight items are simultaneously monitored, which can be adjusted at the Unit tab in Analogic
Output. You must enter the codes and subcodes for the desired Unit.
Click on the Save Button to save the entire table to the database for use in graphs or
reports; afterwards, the following question is shown: “It is advisable to clear the mass memory
after this procedure. Confirm?”
If you want to clear the mass memory without running those tasks, use the form Remote
Control, click on the Send button for the “Reset Mem Massa” macro.
It can be launched from the Toolbar button in the main form.
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Check or uncheck the parameters to be transmitted via the serial, reducing the DNP3 package
size for the Analogic Input
Buttons:
Read - Reads TB-R1000 data.
Send - Sends data to TB-R1000
CSV Save - Saves all data to a text file.
CSV Read - Reads all data from a text file.
Close - Returns to the main form.
It can be launched from the Toolbar button in the main form.
Note: Unlike the Input Value Selection, uncheking these parameters will reduce the size of
the DNP3 package.
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Selects the events to be recorded in the binary input change response.
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This form calculates and displays in graph format the harmonic distortion for both Voltage and
Current.
It can be launched from the Toolbar button in the main form.
This form displays the total number of operations in each tap in bar graph format.
It can be launched from the Toolbar button in the main form.
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7 - Communication Software
7.8 Macro Menu
—Macros… - Adds/Changes/Deletes Macros
—Name - Enter a description up to 50 characters.
—Detailed Description - Enter a description up to 50 characters.
—Source - Not implemented yet.
—Factory - Not implemented yet.
—Destination - Not implemented yet.
—Parameters File - Not implemented yet.
—Command - Select a value from the list.
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7.9 Report Menu
—Reports… - Adds/Changes/Deletes Reports
—Name - Enter a description up to 50 characters.
—Detailed Description - Enter a description up to 50 characters.
—Date - If enabled, select an interval to generate the graph.
—Time - If enabled, select an interval to generate the graph.
—Y Axis - Select a txt file from the list.
—Failure Points To Zero - If checked, displays as zero all the failed points.
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7 - Communication Software
7.10 Graph Menu
—Graphs… - Add/Alter/Delete Graphs
—Name - Enter a description and a detailed description up to 50 characters.
—Date - If enabled, select an interval to generate the graph.
—Time - If enabled, select an interval to generate the graph.
—Y Axis - Select a txt file from the list.
—Failure Points To Zero - Check this option to generate the graph with the failure indication,
according to:
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7 - Communication Software
The Figure below presents 30 readings made at one-minute interval, and with a failure
indication at 2:42 p.m.:
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7 - Communication Software
Graph generated without failure indication:
and graph generated with failure indication:
Click on the Ok button to save the data above and use the same parameters in the future.
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7 - Communication Software
7.11 Help Menu
—Contents - Displays this Help.
—About - Displays information about this software and the system.
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8 - Installations and Connections
8.0 Installations and connections
8.1 Characteristics of the control box
1) Degree of protection level: IP 65.
2) Weight: 10.5 kg.
304
Dimensions in mm
A
Ø1
50
2
Ø1
B
2
C
Ø7
Grounding
E
M12
Grounding
342
396
470
D
F
19
G
12
185
190
A- Attachment support
B- Latch with hole for padlock
C- Gasket
D- Flip-over cover
E- Wiring passage
F- Base for grounding to the regulator's tank
G- Hinge
H- Automation passage cover (20mm diameter)
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H
8 - Installations and Connections
8.2 Layout of the control box
1
2
"A"
3
17
4
5
MENU
6
CONF
T B - R10 0 0
7
16
8
15
TOSHIBA T&D DO BRASIL LTDA
9
14
000 000
Cut "A-A"
10
11
12
13
1- External box
2- Magnet activator of the open door detector
3- Auxiliary board protection box Optional accessory TB-PA102 (Item 9.1)
4- Auxiliary printed circuit board
Optional accessory (Item 9.2)
5- PT for external source 240 V
6- Control's upper panel (Case)
7- Wiring passage
8- Terminal blocks
9- Motor starting capacitor
10- Automation passage cover (20mm diameter)
11- Analog operation counter
12- Control's lower panel (Panel “B”)
13- Neutral indicating light
14- Motor fuse (4A)
15- Control fuse (0.5A)
16- Serial connector protection cover
17- Panel “A” TB-R1000
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"A"
8 - Installations and Connections
8.3 Layout of the control box with resistance heating controlled by thermostat
1
2
"A"
3
18
4
5
MENU
6
CONF
T B - R10 0 0
7
17
8
16
TOSHIBA T&D DO BRASIL LTDA
9
15
000 000
10
Corte "A-A"
11
12
1- External box
2- Magnet activator of the open door detector
3- Auxiliary board protection box Optional accessory
4- Auxiliary printed circuit board
Optional accessory (Item 9.3)
5- Thermostat
6- Control's upper panel (Case)
7- Wiring passage
8- Terminal blocks
9- Motor starting capacitor
10- Resistance heating Optional accessory (Item 9.3)
11- Automation passage cover (20mm diameter)
12- Analog operation counter
13- Control's lower panel (Panel “B”)
14- Neutral indicating light
15- Motor fuse (4A)
16- Control fuse (0.5A)
17- Serial connector protection cover
18- Panel “A” TB-R1000
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13
14
TB-PA102 (Item 9.1)
"A"
8 - Installations and Connections
8.4 Schematic wiring diagram
— Auxiliary contact “1” = Reset of the external position indicator.
— The auxiliary contact, “2” can be selected pursuant to the customer's project
Q1,Q2: Loads 127 Vac, 500ma
Voltage Regulator
OC: Operation counter
Q1 Q2
1
2
OC
3
4
VSA
7 8 9
10 11 1
NP: Neutral position
CSA
PI
NP
PI: Polarity inverter
6
5
PD
12
1
PD: Potentiometric divider, 18 x 10 Ohms - 1%
VSA: Voltage source adjustable from 80 to 165 Vac
Rated frequency
Only for under load tap-changers
with potentiometric divider
CSA: Current source adjustable from 0 to 0.4A
Rated frequency and power factor -1 to 1
TB-R1000 Control
Terminal blocks
Auxiliary contact “2”
X
Auxiliary contact “1”
3 3
240V
Neutral
Supply / Measurement
Phase motor
Raise voltage contact
Lower voltage contact
3 1
3 2
120V
Fase (Maximum 4 VA)
Auxiliary contact “2”
Raise limit switch
X
Potentiometric divider supply
Potentiometric divider reading
Common potentiometric divider
Analog operation counter
Analog operation counter
8
Operation counter sensor
7
7
6
Lower limit switch
Neutral position sensor
Polarity inverter
Potentiometric divider
Position reading
Potentiometric divider
Control's supply
Motor's supply
Auxiliary contact “1”
5
4
4
Open the jumper between 32 and 33
on the terminal blocks for controls with
this power transformer
Neutral position sensor
Neutral C.T.
C.T.
Polarity inverter
3
Control's supply plug connector
5
1 12 2
Operation counter sensor
Neutral
Current input
Raise voltage
Lower voltage
1
1
0
PT for external source 240 V
(Optional)
Open the jumpers 24, 25, 26 and 27
on the terminal blocks for controls
with external position indicators
9 10 11 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
2
2 6
3
2 4
Capacitor
86
1 8
1 7
EXTERNAL
SOURCE
1
FUSES
MOTOR
CONTROL
4A
0,5A
LOWER
1
3 3
1
2 M
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2 5
2 M
3 M
OFF
2 2
3 M
1 1
1 1
3 C
2 C
VOLTMETER
NORMAL
1
RAISE
ON
2 7
2 2
NEUTRAL
POSITION
3 2
1 5
1 4
1 9
OFF
1 7
2 2
EXTERNAL
2 0
5
1 1
OPERATIONS COUNTER
1 7
1 0
Panel "B"
2 9
1 8
2 8
1 4
1 5
2 3
9 10 11 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
9
8
8
7
6
6
1
5
1 2
4
3 C
3
2 C
12 2
1
1
1 8
1
2 0
Ground
8 - Installations and Connections
8.5 Schematic wiring diagram with resistance heating controlled by thermostat
— Auxiliary contact “1” = Reset of the external position indicator.
— The auxiliary contact, “2” can be selected pursuant to the customer's project
Q1,Q2: Loads 127 Vac, 500ma
Voltage Regulator
OC: Operation counter
7 8 9
10 11 1
PI: Polarity inverter
6
12
1
PD: Potentiometric divider, 18 x 10 Ohms - 1%
VSA: Voltage source adjustable from 80 to 165 Vac
Rated frequency
Only for under load tap-changers
with potentiometric divider
CSA: Current source adjustable from 0 to 0.4A
Rated frequency and power factor -1 to 1
TB-R1000 Control
Fase (Maximum 4 VA)
Auxiliary contact “2”
Open the jumpers 24, 25, 26 and 27
on the terminal blocks for controls
with external position indicators
Raise limit switch
Lower limit switch
Neutral position sensor
Polarity inverter
Potentiometric divider
Position reading
Potentiometric divider
Control's supply
Motor's supply
Auxiliary contact “1”
Operation counter sensor
Neutral
Current input
Raise voltage
Lower voltage
Terminal blocks
Thermostat
Fuse Terminal Block
Glass body fuse,
4A, 250Vac,
Ø5 x 20mm
1 1 1 12 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
Control's supply plug connector
Ground
1 1 1 12 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
25 W - 750 ohms
Resistance
heating
Capacitor
Panel "B"
OPERATIONS COUNTER
FUSES
EXTERNAL
NEUTRAL
POSITION
ON
RAISE
CONTROL
0,5A
OFF
EXTERNAL SOURCE
VOLTMETER
NORMAL
MOTOR
4A
OFF
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LOWER
Auxiliary contact “2”
5
Auxiliary contact “1”
4
NP: Neutral position
CSA
Potentiometric divider supply
Potentiometric divider reading
Common potentiometric divider
Analog operation counter
Analog operation counter
3
VSA
Operation counter sensor
2
PD
PI
NP
Neutral position sensor
Neutral C.T.
C.T.
Polarity inverter
1
OC
Neutral
Supply / Measurement
Phase motor
Raise voltage contact
Lower voltage contact
Q1 Q2
9.0 - Accessories
9.0 Accessories
Communication with optic fiber
9.1 Auxiliary printed circuit board
TB-PA102 (Optional)
It uses multimode optic fiber cables 62.6 /
125, “ST” type connector, to communicate with
TB-R1000 control.
To connect with a remote transmission unit
(RTU) where the distance between the control
and the RTU generally is long, the auxiliary
board containing the optic fiber circuit is
recommended for the insulation of surges.
Communication with RS-232
In this communication output, it's required
a serial cable DB-9 232 connected with the
control and the communication software “TBR
Control” to make the communication.
TB-R1000
Control
The auxiliary printed circuit board
TB-PA102 allows remote monitoring through
the communications via RS-232, RS-485, and
optic fiber that communicates with speed of up
to 34,800 bps, and additionally to the remote
monitoring, the auxiliary board provides an
automation passage through a dry-contact
relay that can be parameterized pursuant to
the technical specification.
DB-9
(Male)
12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Serial cable
DB-9
(Female)
RS-485
Automation
PC
RS-232
Optic
fiber
Auxiliary board
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9.0 - Accessories
9.2 Transformer to correct voltage external
power control (Optional)
Internal mounting plate control box
Fuse Terminal Block
Applicable only where the phase voltage
for external power is greater than 127 Vac.
Note: The voltage value should be
reported by the client.
Thermostat
Glass body fuse, 4A, 250Vac,
Ø5 x 20mm
1
1
1
1 12
30
1
1
1 12
30
R
1
R
Transformer
Resistance heating
(25 W / 750 ohms)
9.3 Resistance heating controlled by
thermostat (Optional)
This accessory is intended to prevent
condensation of water inside the control box
where the temperature should not fall below a
specified minimum value.
Thermostat Operating Range: Between 0
and 60 ° C.
Characteristics of resistance: 25 watts,
750 ohms, 0.18 amps.
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