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Under Voltage Protection Working Principle 27

Under voltage protection working principle 27:.

Under voltage fault protection is used to protect the alternator/generator/transformer winding from low voltage operation. Under voltage protection sense the phase to phase voltage of the generator/transformer using instrument transformer (Potential transformer). When the voltage drops below the rated voltage typically 85% (stage 2)-90% (stage 1) the under voltage protection will be activated.

Principle of Under voltage protection:

Three number of potential transformer normally installed in the generator LAVT panel (lighting arrester voltage transformer). They detect the voltage across the generator in real time. When the voltage across the generator winding drops the simultaneous voltage drop occurs in the PT output also. The reduced or dropped voltage activate the power system alarm or trip circuit.

Under Voltage wave form

Reason Under voltage protection:

i.e The output from the generator’s LAVT potential transformer will be given to the under voltage coil typically 110 Volts relay coil. In principle of U/V coil, which do not trip the circuit breaker when the voltage across the PT is high. When the voltage drops the preset value, the voltage coil operates the circuit breaker.

The generator under voltage protection consists of two stage tripping. Stage 1 trip command is given to grid circuit breaker and stage 2 trip command is given to generator circuit breaker. Most of the time in synchronous generator, the under voltage fault occurs from the grid due to earth fault and line short circuit. That’s why, the first stage will be given to grid circuit breaker.

At that same time, the under voltage fault occurs due to failed excitation, diode failure, under frequency or turbine low speed, failed PT fuse etc. [wp_ad_camp_1]

Under voltage relay setting:

Stage1: 90% of the rated voltage trip command to grid circuit breaker.

Stage2: 85% of the rated voltage, trip command to Generator circuit breaker.

ANSI code for under voltage protection: 27

Relay acted:

  • 27 relay opted
  • 86M grid mater trip opted-stage1
  • Annunciator under voltage alarm

Note: if the under voltage occurs due to excitation failure, then check your generator excitation system.

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In this post, we can learn the working and configuration of the Numerical Under voltage [27] /Over voltage [59] protection relay.

These relays measure either phase-to-phase (Ph-Ph) or phase-to-neutral (Ph-N) fundamental frequency RMS voltage depending on the input voltage setting. If the value of measured voltages deviates from the setting values then these relays will give a trip indication.

The Example Numerical under/over voltage relay is shown in the below figure.

Numerical Under/Over Voltage Relay

The following protection functions are used in this relay.

  • Under voltage Protection [27]
  • Over Voltage Protection [59]
  • Voltage Transformer Supervision (60VTS)

1. Under Voltage Protection:

Under voltages occur due to several reasons like any faults on the system; increase in the amount of loading, loss of an incoming transformer, etc. During normal operating conditions, the voltage is adjusted within acceptable voltage limits by transformer On Load Tap Changers (OLTC) and Generator automatic voltage regulators (AVR).

The under-voltage setting is usually 80 percent of the normal operating voltage. If the voltage falls below this level for the set amount of time then the tripping command is issued by the relay and hence the system is isolated. The time setting is used to avoid tripping due to any transient disturbances.

Usually, motors stall at below 80 percent of their rated voltage. An under-voltage element can be set to trip motor circuits once fall below 80 percent so that on the restoration of supply an overload is not caused by the simultaneous starting of all the motors.

2. Over Voltage Protection:

System overvoltages can damage the insulation of components. Overvoltages occur due to sudden loss of load, improper working of tap changer, Generator AVR malfunction, Reactive component malfunctions, etc.

The Overvoltage setting is usually 110 to 130 percent of the normal operating voltage depending on the system requirement. If the voltage rises above this level for the set amount of time then the tripping command issued by the relay and hence the system is isolated. The time setting is used to avoid tripping due to any transient disturbances.

3. Voltage Transformer Supervision (60VTS):

Voltage Transformer or Potential Transformer Supervision is used to detect the failure of PT. If the PT itself fails due to any reason the Under voltage protection should not operate. Otherwise, it leads to the isolation of the health system by unwanted tripping.

The VT supervision function monitors the healthiness of Potential transformers and gives an alarm in case of PT fails to measure voltage.

It is rare to fail PTs themselves, the common problem is the failure of protective fuses connected in series with PTS.

The VTS function operates in two modes.

  • 1 OR 2-PHASE FAILURE DETECTION
  • 3 PHASE FAILURE DETECTION

1 OR 2-PHASE FAILURE DETECTION:

When a PT failure occurs in one or two phases, the voltage levels become unbalanced. A large level of Negative Phase Sequence [NPS] voltage is detected it is around 30 percent of the nominal voltage for one or two PT failures.

A similar condition also occurs due to the presence of system faults. To differentiate between the two conditions, the VTS function also uses NPS currents. However, it is noticed that NPS currents also generate due to load imbalance. This problem can be overcome by careful selection of settings; it is usual practice to keep the maximum setting of NPS current 10 percent of the nominal value current for detecting PT fuse failure in one or two phases.

Zero Phase Sequence [ZPS] voltages and currents can’t be used here as it is difficult to differentiate between a VT failure and a Phase-Phase fault.

3-PHASE FAILURE DETECTION:

If a failure occurs in all 3 Phases of a Voltage Transformer, then there will be no NPS or ZPS voltage to work with. However, the Positive Phase Sequence [PPS] Voltage will fall below the expected minimum measurement levels.

The PPS voltages also fall if any nearby 3-phase failure occurs. To differentiate from this need to consider the PPS currents also. The PPS current setting value must remain above the minimum load level BUT below the minimum fault level.

If PT MCB trips for any reason this condition is also detected as 3-phase failure detection.

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ANSI (IEEE) Protective Device Numbering 

The widely used United Sates standard ANSI/IEEE C37.2 'Electrical Power System Device Function Numbers, Acronyms, and Contact Designations' deals with protective device function numbering and acronyms.   Even in those parts of the world where IEC standards are predominate, the use of ANSI numbering for protective device functions is still common place.

Protective Device Numbers

Protective relays are commonly referred to by standard device numbers. For example, a time overcurrent relay is designated a 51 device, while an instantaneous overcurrent is a 50 device. Multifunction relays have combinations of device numbers. A 27/59 device, for example, is a combination under/over voltage relay. Letters can be added to clarify application (87T for transformer differential, 59G for ground overvoltage).

  • 1 – Master Element
  • 2 – Time Delay Starting or Closing Relay
  • 3 – Checking or Interlocking Relay
  • 4 – Master Contactor
  • 5 – Stopping Device
  • 6 – Starting Circuit Breaker
  • 7 – Rate of Change Relay
  • 8 – Control Power Disconnecting Device
  • 9 – Reversing Device
  • 10 – Unit Sequence Switch
  • 11 – Multi-function Device
  • 12 – Overspeed Device
  • 13 – Synchronous-speed Device
  • 14 – Underspeed Device
  • 15 – Speed – or Frequency, Matching Device
  • 16 – Data Communications Device
  • 17 – Shunting or Discharge Switch
  • 18 – Accelerating or Decelerating Device
  • 19 – Starting to Running Transition Contactor
  • 20 – Electrically Operated Valve
  • 21 – Distance Relay
  • 22 – Equalizer Circuit Breaker
  • 23 – Temperature Control Device
  • 24 – Volts Per Hertz Relay
  • 25 – Synchronizing or Synchronism-Check Device
  • 26 – Apparatus Thermal Device
  • 27 – Undervoltage Relay
  • 28 – Flame detector
  • 29 – Isolating Contactor or Switch
  • 30 – Annunciator Relay
  • 31 – Separate Excitation Device
  • 32 – Directional Power Relay
  • 33 – Position Switch
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  • 36 – Polarity or Polarizing Voltage Devices
  • 37 – Undercurrent or Underpower Relay
  • 38 – Bearing Protective Device
  • 39 – Mechanical Condition Monitor
  • 40 – Field (over/under excitation) Relay
  • 41 – Field Circuit Breaker
  • 42 – Running Circuit Breaker
  • 43 – Manual Transfer or Selector Device
  • 44 – Unit Sequence Starting Relay
  • 45 – Abnormal Atmospheric Condition Monitor
  • 46 – Reverse-phase or Phase-Balance Current Relay
  • 47 – Phase-Sequence or Phase-Balance Voltage Relay
  • 48 – Incomplete Sequence Relay
  • 49 – Machine or Transformer, Thermal Relay
  • 50 – Instantaneous Overcurrent Relay
  • 51 – AC Inverse Time Overcurrent Relay
  • 52 – AC Circuit Breaker
  • 53 – Exciter or DC Generator Relay
  • 54 – Turning Gear Engaging Device
  • 55 – Power Factor Relay
  • 56 – Field Application Relay
  • 57 – Short-Circuiting or Grounding Device
  • 58 – Rectification Failure Relay
  • 59 – Overvoltage Relay
  • 60 – Voltage or Current Balance Relay
  • 61 – Density Switch or Sensor
  • 62 – Time-Delay Stopping or Opening Relay
  • 63 – Pressure Switch
  • 64 – Ground Detector Relay
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  • 70 – Rheostat
  • 71 – Liquid Level Switch
  • 72 – DC Circuit Breaker
  • 73 – Load-Resistor Contactor
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  • 75 – Position Changing Mechanism
  • 76 – DC Overcurrent Relay
  • 77 – Telemetering Device
  • 78 – Phase-Angle Measuring Relay
  • 79 – AC Reclosing Relay
  • 80 – Flow Switch
  • 81 – Frequency Relay
  • 82 – DC Reclosing Relay
  • 83 – Automatic Selective Control or Transfer Relay
  • 84 – Operating Mechanism
  • 85 – Communications,Carrier or Pilot-Wire Relay
  • 86 – Lockout Relay
  • 87 – Differential Protective Relay
  • 88 – Auxiliary Motor or Motor Generator
  • 89 – Line Switch
  • 90 – Regulating Device
  • 91 – Voltage Directional Relay
  • 92 – Voltage and Power Directional Relay
  • 93 – Field Changing Contactor
  • 94 – Tripping or Trip-Free Relay
  • 95 to 99 – For specific applications where other numbers are not suitable
* for a full definition of each function, please refer to the ANSI/IEEE C37.2 standard

Prefixes and Suffixes

Letters and numbers may be used as prefixes or suffixes to device function numbers to provide a more specific definition of the function. Prefixes and suffixes should, however, be used only when they accomplish a useful purpose.

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Under Voltage Protection Working Principle 27

Last Updated on November 22, 2022 by Electricalvolt

In this article, we will discuss the working principle and configuration of the under voltage (ANSI 27) protection relay .

In under-voltage conditions, the system voltage falls below a certain level.

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What is the Under Voltage Protection System?

Under voltage is a fault condition in the power system which damage the system equipment such as alternators, generators, transformers, etc. Thus, the protection system employed for protecting the power system equipment from low voltage operation is referred to as under voltage protection.

The under-voltage condition in the system is determined using an instrument transformer (potential transformer). This potential transformer senses the phase-to-phase voltage of the alternator or transformer, and if this voltage drops below the rated voltage, typically 90% for stage-1 and 85% for stage-2, then the under voltage protection system is activated. In this case, the under voltage protection relays give a trip indication.

Reasons of Under Voltage

The main reasons for the occurrence of the under voltage in the power system are as follows-

  • Under voltage may occur due to any electrical fault in the system.
  • Under voltage may occur due to an increase in the load on the system.
  • Under voltage may occur due to the loss of an incoming transformer.
  • Under voltage may also occur due to failure of transformer earthing and overloading of the transformer.

Under normal operating conditions, the system voltage is adjusted within the standard voltage limits by the transformer on-load tap changers and automatic voltage regulators (AVRs) of alternators.

In actual practice, the value of under voltage is set to 85% of the normal operating voltage. If the operating voltage goes below this level for a relay setting time, then the relay issues a trip command to break the circuit. The time setting of the relay is used to avoid tripping due to transients.

About the Under Voltage Protection ANSI 27

The under voltage protection 27 system constantly monitors the system voltage. If the system voltage falls below an acceptable limit, then the information provided by the under voltage protection is used to take appropriate action so that the system can be restored to good operating conditions.

The settings of the under voltage protection are used to generate an alarm and trip the circuit breaker when required. The under voltage protection 27 requires an external power supply of 24 V DC.

Operating Principle of Under Voltage Protection 27

Under voltage protection 27 monitors either phase-to-phase voltages ( V RY , V YB , V BR ), or phase-to-neutral voltages ( V RN , V YN , V BN ).

Under voltage protection 27 is of the following two types-

  • ANSI 27-1 – In this system, each voltage is monitored independently. The protection initiates when one of three monitored voltages falls below the threshold V min1 , as shown in figure-1.
  • ANSI 27-2 – In this protection, the three voltages are monitored together. The protection initiates when all three monitored voltages fall below the threshold V min2 as shown in figure-2.

Under Voltage Protection Working Principle 27

Each type of under voltage protection, i.e. ANSI 27-1 and ANSI 27-2 can be disabled, and these both types of under voltage protection operate according to a settable time delay as-

  • ANSI 27-1 – The time delay tV min1 starts as soon as the protection initiates as shown in figure-1.
  • ANSI 27-2 – The time delay tV min2 starts as soon as the protection initiates as shown in figure-2.

Under Voltage Relay Settings

The following settings are to be done in the under voltage protection 27 relay.

  • Stage 1 – If the operating voltage reaches 90% of the rated voltage, then issue a trip command to the grid circuit breaker.
  • Stage 2 – If the operating voltage reaches 85% of the rated voltage, then issue a trip command to the generator circuit breaker.

Characteristics of Under Voltage Protection

The following are the characteristics of under voltage protection-

  • It has a definite time delay.
  • Under voltage protection has an instantaneous reset time.
  • It has fixed 98% hysteresis.
  • It has a minimum breaking time of 50 ms.
  • It has a maximum breaking time of 140 ms (with a time delay of 0 sec).

Important – Sometimes, the under voltage may also be due to excitation failure of the alternator, if so then check and rectify the generator excitation system.

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Undervoltage Protection (ANSI 27)

Presentation

Undervoltage protection (ANSI 27) constantly monitors the system voltage. If the voltage level of an installation goes out of its acceptable limits, the information provided by undervoltage protection can be used to initiate appropriate action to restore good operating conditions in the installation.

The information provided by undervoltage protection is used to generate alarms and circuit breaker tripping when required. In addition, the constant monitoring of phase-to-phase or phase-to-neutral voltages enables appropriate action to be initiated to safeguard the operation of the installation during abnormal or critical situations, for example, load shedding, source change-over, and emergency generator starting.

Prerequisites

Undervoltage protection is available when the ANSI 27/59 - Under/Over voltage protection Digital Module is purchased and installed on a MicroLogic X control unit .

Undervoltage protection requires an external 24 Vdc power supply.

Undervoltage protection is compatible with:

o MicroLogic 2.0 X, 5.0 X, 6.0 X, and 7.0 X control units for IEC standard

o MicroLogic 3.0 X, 5.0 X, and 6.0 X control units for UL standard

o MicroLogic X control units with firmware version greater than or equal to 002.000.002. Earlier firmware versions need to be updated .

Data from the Digital Module is available remotely through IFE/EIFE or IFM communication interfaces, if the IFE/EIFE or IFM firmware version is compatible with the Digital Module. For more information, refer to firmware compatibility of the communication interfaces .

Operating Principle

Inhibiting Protection

To inhibit the undervoltage protection (ANSI 27-1 or ANSI 27-2), both the following conditions must be met:

o Inhibition is enabled on a specific protection (ANSI 27-1 or ANSI 27-2) by setting the Inhibition parameter to ON.

o Inhibition of optional protections is activated by an input of the IO module. The function Inhibit optional protection must be assigned to an input of the IO module.

For more information about inhibiting optional protections, refer to Enerlin'X IO - Input/Output Application Module for One Circuit Breaker - User Guide .

NOTE: The undervoltage protections (ANSI 27-1 or ANSI 27-2) can be inhibited separately, or together.

Voltage Measurement

For undervoltage protection set in tripping mode, the voltage must be measured on the power source side to allow closing of the circuit breaker. As standard, the MicroLogic X voltage input is directly connected to the internal pickup voltage (PTI) on the bottom side of the circuit breaker. So:

o If the circuit breaker is bottom fed, the internal pickup voltage (PTI) is suitable for undervoltage protection and circuit breaker closing.

o If the circuit breaker is top fed, an external voltage input is required. The external voltage tap (PTE) option must be used to measure the voltage on the power source side or use the Force to Off when CB is open option.

Setting for All Under/Overvoltage Protections

Select the type of voltages to monitor before making other settings:

o VLL phase-to-phase voltage selection (factory setting)

o VLN phase-to-neutral voltage selection (this setting should be selected only with 4-pole circuit breakers or 3-pole circuit breakers with ENVT wired and configured)

It can be set as follows:

o With EcoStruxure Power Commission software (password-protected)

o With EcoStruxure Power Device app (password-protected)

Setting ANSI 27-1 and ANSI 27-2 Undervoltage Behavior Parameter

For a top fed circuit breaker without the PTE option, if the undervoltage protection trips the circuit breaker, it can be difficult to close the circuit breaker again. This is due to the protection detecting the absence of voltage and tripping immediately. To enable closing of the circuit breaker, the undervoltage behavior parameter can be set to Force to Off when CB is open .

The undervoltage behavior parameter, Vmin behavior, has two settings:

o Normal : the protection functions as normal

o Force to Off when CB is open : undervoltage protection is disabled when the threshold is reached and the circuit breaker is in the open position

Setting ANSI 27-1 Protection

The settings for undervoltage protection on one phase (ANSI 27-1) are:

o Vmin1 mode: enables (ON) or disables (OFF) undervoltage protection on one phase

o Vmin1 action: sets the result of undervoltage protection activation as trip or alarm

o Trip: the circuit breaker trips and three events are generated (start, operate, and trip)

o Alarm: two events are generated (start and operate)

o Vmin1 inhib: enables (ON) the protection to be inhibited by IO module

o Vmin1: threshold of undervoltage protection on one phase

o tVmin1: time delay of undervoltage protection on one phase

They can be set as follows:

The dual settings function does not apply to undervoltage protection on one phase. When the dual settings function is enabled, undervoltage protection settings are the same whether set A or set B settings are activated.

Setting ANSI 27-2 Protection

The settings for undervoltage protection on all phases (ANSI 27-2) are:

o Vmin2 mode: enables (ON) or disables  (OFF) undervoltage protection on all phases

o Vmin2 action: sets the result of undervoltage protection activation as trip or alarm

o Vmin2 inhib: enables (ON) the protection to be inhibited by IO module

o Vmin2: threshold of undervoltage protection on all phases

o tVmin2: time delay of undervoltage protection on all phases

The dual settings function does not apply to undervoltage protection on all phases. When the dual settings function is enabled, undervoltage protection settings are the same whether set A or set B settings are activated.

Protection Settings

The following are the settings for ANSI 27-1 and ANSI 27-2:

Protection Characteristics

Characteristics of undervoltage protection:

o Definite time delay

o Instantaneous reset time

o Hysteresis: fixed 98%

o Minimum breaking time 50 ms

o Maximum breaking time 140 ms with time delay set to 0 s

Predefined Events

The function generates the following predefined events:

Predefined events cannot be modified by the user. For general information about events, refer to Event management .

Protection events are generated as follows:

o The start event is generated when the protection picks up.

o The operate event is generated when the protection time delay elapses.

The operate event is not generated when the optional protection is inhibited.

o The trip event is generated when the circuit breaker tripping voltage release (MITOP) activates.

The trip event is not generated when:

o The optional protection is set in alarm mode

o The optional protection is inhibited

Recommended Actions

Resetting a Trip Event

For information about resetting the circuit breaker after a trip due to an electrical fault, refer to the relevant document :

o MasterPact MTZ1 - Circuit Breakers and Switch-Disconnectors - User Guide

o MasterPact MTZ2/MTZ3 - Circuit Breakers and Switch-Disconnectors - User Guide

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Undervoltage protection (ANSI 27 ) constantly monitors the system voltage. If the voltage level of an installation goes out of its acceptable limits, the information provided by undervoltage protection can be used to initiate appropriate action to restore good operating conditions in the installation.

The information provided by undervoltage protection is used to generate alarms and circuit breaker tripping when required. In addition, the constant monitoring of phase-to-phase or phase-to-neutral voltages enables appropriate action to be initiated to safeguard the operation of the installation during abnormal or critical situations, for example, load shedding, source change-over, and emergency generator starting.

Prerequisites

Undervoltage protection is available when the ANSI 27/59 - Under/Over voltage protection Digital Module is purchased and installed on a MicroLogic X control unit .

Undervoltage protection requires an external 24 Vdc power supply.

Undervoltage protection is compatible with:

MicroLogic 2.0 X, 5.0 X, 6.0 X , and 7.0 X control units for IEC standard

MicroLogic 3.0 X , 5.0 X , and 6.0 X control units for UL standard

MicroLogic X control units with firmware version greater than or equal to 002.000.002. Earlier firmware versions need to be updated .

Data from the Digital Module is available remotely through IFE / EIFE or IFM communication interfaces, if the IFE / EIFE or IFM firmware version is compatible with the Digital Module. For more information, refer to firmware compatibility of the communication interfaces .

Operating Principle

Inhibiting protection.

To inhibit the undervoltage protection (ANSI 27-1 or ANSI 27-2 ), both the following conditions must be met:

Inhibition is enabled on a specific protection (ANSI 27-1 or ANSI 27-2 ) by setting the Inhibition parameter to ON.

Inhibition of optional protections is activated by an input of the IO module. The function Inhibit optional protection must be assigned to an input of the IO module.

For more information about inhibiting optional protections, refer to Enerlin'X IO - Input/Output Application Module for One Circuit Breaker - User Guide .

Voltage Measurement

For undervoltage protection set in tripping mode, the voltage must be measured on the power source side to allow closing of the circuit breaker. As standard, the MicroLogic X voltage input is directly connected to the internal pickup voltage ( PTI ) on the bottom side of the circuit breaker. So:

If the circuit breaker is bottom fed, the internal pickup voltage ( PTI ) is suitable for undervoltage protection and circuit breaker closing.

If the circuit breaker is top fed, an external voltage input is required. The external voltage tap ( PTE ) option must be used to measure the voltage on the power source side or use the Force to Off when CB is open option.

Setting for All Under/Overvoltage Protections

Select the type of voltages to monitor before making other settings:

VLL phase-to-phase voltage selection (factory setting)

VLN phase-to-neutral voltage selection (this setting should be selected only with 4-pole circuit breakers or 3-pole circuit breakers with ENVT wired and configured)

It can be set as follows:

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Setting ANSI 27-1 and ANSI 27-2 Undervoltage Behavior Parameter

For a top fed circuit breaker without the PTE option, if the undervoltage protection trips the circuit breaker, it can be difficult to close the circuit breaker again. This is due to the protection detecting the absence of voltage and tripping immediately. To enable closing of the circuit breaker, the undervoltage behavior parameter can be set to Force to Off when CB is open .

The undervoltage behavior parameter, Vmin behavior, has two settings:

Normal : the protection functions as normal

Force to Off when CB is open : undervoltage protection is disabled when the threshold is reached and the circuit breaker is in the open position

Setting ANSI 27-1 Protection

The settings for undervoltage protection on one phase (ANSI 27-1 ) are:

Vmin1 mode: enables (ON) or disables (OFF) undervoltage protection on one phase

Vmin1 action: sets the result of undervoltage protection activation as trip or alarm

Trip: the circuit breaker trips and three events are generated (start, operate, and trip)

Alarm: two events are generated (start and operate)

Vmin1 inhib: enables (ON) the protection to be inhibited by IO module

Vmin1 : threshold of undervoltage protection on one phase

tVmin1 : time delay of undervoltage protection on one phase

They can be set as follows:

The dual settings function does not apply to undervoltage protection on one phase. When the dual settings function is enabled, undervoltage protection settings are the same whether set A or set B settings are activated.

Setting ANSI 27-2 Protection

The settings for undervoltage protection on all phases (ANSI 27-2 ) are:

Vmin2 mode: enables (ON) or disables (OFF) undervoltage protection on all phases

Vmin2 action: sets the result of undervoltage protection activation as trip or alarm

Vmin2 inhib: enables (ON) the protection to be inhibited by IO module

Vmin2 : threshold of undervoltage protection on all phases

tVmin2 : time delay of undervoltage protection on all phases

The dual settings function does not apply to undervoltage protection on all phases. When the dual settings function is enabled, undervoltage protection settings are the same whether set A or set B settings are activated.

Protection Settings

The following are the settings for ANSI 27-1 and ANSI 27-2 :

Protection Characteristics

Characteristics of undervoltage protection:

Definite time delay

Instantaneous reset time

Hysteresis: fixed 98%

Minimum breaking time 50 ms

Maximum breaking time 140 ms with time delay set to 0 s

Predefined Events

The function generates the following predefined events:

Predefined events cannot be modified by the user. For general information about events, refer to Event management .

Protection events are generated as follows:

The start event is generated when the protection picks up.

The operate event is generated when the protection time delay elapses.

The operate event is not generated when the optional protection is inhibited.

The trip event is generated when the circuit breaker tripping voltage release (MITOP) activates.

The trip event is not generated when:

The optional protection is set in alarm mode

The optional protection is inhibited

Recommended Actions

Resetting a trip event.

For information about resetting the circuit breaker after a trip due to an electrical fault, refer to the relevant document :

MasterPact MTZ1 - Circuit Breakers and Switch-Disconnectors - User Guide

MasterPact MTZ2/MTZ3 - Circuit Breakers and Switch-Disconnectors - User Guide

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