TOR 200 devices are designed for present and future conventional as well as digital substations with extensive communication functionality according to IEC 61850 international standard, making them this way a part of Smart Grid. The comprehensive range of TOR 200 products completely satisfies protection requirements on distribution markets and industrial applications – from overcurrent protection via transformer protection, double-speed motors and many other applications.
ТОR 200 applies to protection, automation, measuring and control in medium
voltage networks with different earthing of their neutral points. Signaling,
event-recording, disturbance-recording, CB diagnostics functions as well as
necessary interlocking are all included in the IED functionality.
A wide range of communication capabilities makes it possible to include TOR 200 in practically any station automation system, including (on special request) the most modern ones based on IEC 61850-8-1 standard (GOOSE and MMS). It allows free configuration of internal logic, binary inputs/outputs as well as LED indication together with push buttons on its front HMI.
TOR 200 as a part of Digital Substation
Supporting IEC 61850-8-1 (MMS, GOOSE) allows TOR 200 devices to perform data exchange over the station and process bus. Each of them can simultaneously support the connection of up to 6 clients (e.g.: main and backup server of the SCADA, main and backup server of automated workstation). Furthermore, the device can receive and transmit up to 16 GOOSE messages (up to 300 signals in each GOOSE message). This way it may contribute to cost reduction for implementation of certain station related functions, e.g. logical busbar protection of MV busbars, etc.
Monoblock for rear connection
IED with removable front-connected HMI
Disturbance and event recording
All measured and calculated analog quantities, logic signals of the protection and logical functions (starts and triggering of protection, automation, alarms etc., overall up to 256 additional signals) are recorded. The disturbance recorder starts automatically after one of 29 programmable starting conditions occurs. Records are automatically archived according to "first in – first out" principle.
The capacity of the event recorder is 1000 events; at least 256 logical signals are registered. The list of registered signals is set by means of the service software. All events with time marks (in 1 ms step) are available for viewing on local HMI interface and also transferred to SCADA and monitoring system.
TOR 200 IEDs are equipped with advanced system for internal self-supervision and diagnostics. The built-in software and hardware provide continuous monitoring of the complete IED, ensuring this way its high operating reliability.
TOR 200 devices are applied in protection, automation, and control systems of distribution substations, power plants and industrial substations.
The IEDs are intended for installation into the outdoor/indoor switchgears, on the relay protection panels and have very high durability to harsh environmental conditions and electromagnetic disturbances on AC/DC circuits. The TOR 200 IEDs are suitable for networks with resistance and reactance earthed, arc compensated, isolated and solidly earthed neutral.
Protection, automation, control, monitoring and measuring devices for different primary equipment:
outgoing overhead and cable lines
busbar coupling (section) breakers
two-winding power transformers
voltage measuring transformers
asynchronous and synchronous motors
tap-changer control of power transformers (voltage control)
Main functions according to IEC 61850-5 and IEEE Std C32.7 -2008:
PIOC (50) - instantaneous overcurrent protection
PTOC (51) - time delayed overcurrent protection
PDOC (67) – directional overcurrent protection,
PVOC (51V) – voltage controlled overcurrent protection