The SIPROTEC 7SS85 busbar protection is a selective, safe and fast protection against busbar short circuits in medium voltage systems, high voltage systems, and systems for very high voltage with a large variety of busbar configurations. Selection of the device base functionalities (significant properties) and the modular hardware structure permit optimum adaptation of the SIPROTEC 7SS85 to a large variety of system configurations and functional requirements up to a comprehensive station protection.
Selection of the device base functionalities (significant proper- ties) and the modular hardware structure permit optimum adaptation of the SIPROTEC 7SS85 to a large variety of system configurations and functional requirements.
Functionality The centralized busbar protection SIPROTEC 7SS85 encompasses the following maximum quantity structure:
20 3-phase measuring points (current transformer)
4 3-phase measuring points (voltage transformer)
26 bays (feeders, couplers, bus-section disconnections)
6 bus zones (busbar sections with measuring function)
6 couplers (with 1 or 2 current transformers)
3 auxiliary busbars (busbar sections without measuring function)
Phase-selective measurement and Display
Selective tripping of faulty busbar sections
Optional additional decentralized binary in- and outputs via protection interface (PI) or IEC 61850 (GOOSE) provide new concepts for busbar protection
Safety by measuring methods proven and reliable for 25 years.
Simple creation and adaptation of the configuration by the user over the entire service life
Clearly structured by fully graphical engineering and online plant visualization with DIGSI 5
Protection of up to 20 feeders with a single device
Safe and reliable automation and control of your systems
Purposeful and easy handling of devices and software thanks to a user-friendly design
Cyber security in accordance with NERC CIP and BDEW White- paper requirements
Powerful communication components warrant safe and effective solutions
Highest availability even under extreme environmental conditions by “conformal coating“ (coating) of electronic boards
All functions can be configured as required with DIGSI 5. Using some functions requires the appropriate number of free function points to be available in the device. The function point calculator in the online configurator provides support in the determination of the required number of function points for your device. The necessary function points are also shown during project engineering with DIGSI 5.
Phase-selective measurement and display
Selective tripping of faulty bus zones
Disconnector-independent check zone as additional tripping criterion
Shortest tripping times (<7 ms) to ensure network stability and minimize damage to the system
Highest stability in case of external faults, even in case of transformer saturation, through stabilization
with flowing currents
Operate curve with freely adjustable characteristic curve sections
Additional operate curve with increased sensitivity for low- current errors, for example in resistance-grounded
Fast recognition of internal and external errors requires only 2 ms of saturation-free time of the current transformer
Using closed iron core or linearized current transformers in a plant is possible
Adaptation of different current transformer ratios per parameterization
Straight-forward dimensioning of current transformers and stabilization factor
Three interacting methods of measurement allow minimum tripping times after busbar faults and ensure maximum
stability in case of large short-circuit currents
The integrated circuit-breaker failure protection recognizes circuit breaker faults in the event of a busbar short
circuit and provides a trip signal for the circuit breaker at the line end. The adjacent busbar trips if a coupling circuit breaker fails
There is extensive monitoring of current transformer circuits, measured value acquisition and processing, and trip circuits. This prevents the protection from subfunction, which reduces the effort for routine checks.
Various control possibilities, such as bay out of order, acquisition blocking from disconnectors and circuit breakers,
blocking of protection zones or circuit-breaker failure protection, make the adaptation to operationally-caused special states of your plant easier
Optional 1/3-pole or 3-pole circuit-breaker failure protection using the integrated disconnector image for tripping
all circuit breakers of the busbar section affected
Optional end-fault protection for the protection of the section between circuit breaker and current transformer for feeders and bus couplers
Direct tripping of protection zones through external signals
Release of the tripping of a protection zone through additional external signals
Release of tripping through additional, external phase-selective signals
Optional phase/ground overcurrent protection for each bay
Optional voltage and frequency protection for up to two 3- phase voltage transformers. This may also be used for the
implementation of an integrated undervoltage release.
Optional cross stabilization as additional tripping release in 3- pole encapsulated gas-insulated switchgear.
Optional bus coupler differential protection for fault clearing in couplers with two current transformers.
Extensive cyber security functionality, such as role-based access control (RBAC), protocolling security-related events
or signed firmware
Simple, quick and secure access to device data via a standard Web browser – without additional software
The flexibility of the SIPROTEC 7SS85 allows for the protection of a large number of possible system configurations. In place of application templates, DIGSI 5 makes a comfortable, fully graphical interface for complete engineering of your busbar protection available.
The SIPROTEC 7SS85 is suited for the following system configurations:
Single busbars with/without transfer busbar
Double busbars with/without transfer busbar
Breaker-and-a-half layout method
Dual circuit-breaker systems and one or two current transformer(s) per feeder
Systems with combined busbars (alternatively main/transfer busbar)
T circuit arrangements
H connection arrangement with busbar coupler or disconnection
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