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GE Consumer & Industrial Multilin

DTR Controller Digital Tap Changer
Instruction Manual GEK-106305A

Copyright © 2005 GE Multilin

GE Multilin 215 Anderson Avenue L6E 1B3 Markham, ON -CANADA T (905) 294 6222 F (905) 294 8512 E gemultilin@ge.com

GE Multilin Avda. Pinoa, 10 48170 Zamudio SPAIN T +34 94 485 88 00 F +34 94 485 88 45 E gemultilin.euro@ge.com

Internet:www.GEMultilin.com

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND APPLICATION 2. OPERATION PRINCIPLES 5 8

2.1 CONTROL FUNCTIONS 8 2.1.1 REGULATION ALGORITHMS .......................................................................................................................8 2.1.2 OPERATINGCURVE...................................................................................................................................11 2.1.3 REGULATION AUTOMATISM .....................................................................................................................12 2.1.4 EXCESSIVE OPERATIONS BLOCK. ..........................................................................................................15 2.1.5 SUCCESSIVE OPERATIONSIN A CERTAIN TIME FRAME BLOCK ........................................................15 2.1.6 OVERVOLTAGE, UNDERVOLTAGE AND OVERCURRENT BLOCKS. ....................................................15 2.1.7 QUICK LOWERING FUNCTION..................................................................................................................15 2.2 MONITORING AND REGISTER FUNCTIONS 162.2.1 MEASUREMENTS .......................................................................................................................................16 2.2.2 COUNTERS .................................................................................................................................................17 2.2.3 INTERNALSTATUS.....................................................................................................................................18 2.2.4 SELF-CHECKING FUNCTIONS ..................................................................................................................28 2.3 ANALYSIS FUNCTIONS 29 2.3.1 EVENT REGISTER......................................................................................................................................29 2.4 CONTROL FUNCTIONS 29 2.4.1 ALARMS TREATMENT................................................................................................................................29 2.4.2 SIGNALING ..................................................................................................................................................31 2.4.3 COMMANDS................................................................................................................................................31 2.4.4 TIME SYNCHRONIZATION .........................................................................................................................31 2.4.5 CONFIGURABLE INPUTS AND OUTPUTS................................................................................................32 2.4.6 SETTING TABLES .......................................................................................................................................34 2.5 USER INTERFACE AND COMMUNICATIONS 35 2.5.1 LOCAL USER INTERFACE.........................................................................................................................35 2.5.2 REMOTE COMMUNICATIONS. SOFTWARE .............................................................................................38

3. SETTINGS

42

3.1 SETTINGS 42 3.2 COMMENTS ABOUT THE SETTINGS 45 3.2.1 GENERAL SETTINGS .................................................................................................................................45 3.2.2 X1.REGULATION...
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