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Printed in USA September 2008 ã Supersedes 9/04 Service Information Reclosers Kyle Form 6 Microprocessor-Based Recloser Control Programming Guide S280-70-4 Figure 1. Kyle Form 6 microprocessor-based recloser control front panel and ProView CD-ROM. ProView 4.0.1 Copyright 2008 Cooper Power Systems, Inc., or its affiliates. ProView is a valuable trademark of Cooper US, Inc., in the U.S. and other countries. You are not permitted to use Cooper trademarks without the prior written consent of Coop
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  Printed in USA  September 2008 ã Supersedes 9/04 Service Information Reclosers Kyle Form 6Microprocessor-Based Recloser ControlProgramming Guide S280-70-4 Figure 1. Kyle Form 6 microprocessor-based recloser control front panel and ProView CD-ROM. ProView 4.0.1 Copyright 2008CooperPowerSystems, Inc., orits affiliates.ProViewis avaluabletrademark of CooperUS, Inc., intheU.S. andothercountries. Youarenot permittedtouseCoopertrademarkswithout thepriorwrittenconsent of CooperUS, Inc.00041ãNovember2007 Form6RecloserControlForm6-TSRecloserControl ProViewVersion: 4.0.1P/N: 6A00182610Rev. 03 IMPORTANT:  This hardware/softwareis subject totheU.S. Export AdministrationRegulationsandotherU.S. laws, andmay not beexportedorre-exportedtocertaincountries (currently,Cuba, Iran, NorthKorea, SudanandSyria)ortopersons orentities prohibitedfromreceivingU.S. exports (includingthose(a)ontheBureauof Industry andSecurity DeniedPartiesList orEntity List, (b)ontheOfficeof ForeignAssets Controllist of SpeciallyDesignatedNationals andBlockedPersons, and(c)involvedwithmissiletechnology ornuclear, chemicalorbiologicalweapons). 030028KM 1-1 Table of Contents Section 1: Introduction  .................................................... 1-5 Important User Information  ................................................................1-6 What's In This Manual  .....................................................................1-6 Upgrading Form 6 Control Firmware ........................................................1-7Upgrading from ProView 4.0 or 3.2.2 Software Version to ProView 4.0.1 Software Version .................1-7 Password Access  .........................................................................1-9ProView Registration ......................................................................1-9 Three Levels of Access ....................................................................1-9Front Panel Password .....................................................................1-9Connecting ProView to the Control Password ...................................................1-9 Front Panel  .............................................................................1-10Status Indication and Control Programming ....................................................1-10LCD Menu Display .......................................................................1-12Recloser Operation and Function Keys .......................................................1-13 Section 2: Front Panel Operation  ........................................... 2-1 Settings Menu  ...........................................................................2-1 Metering Menu  ..........................................................................2-35 Sequence of Events Menu  ................................................................2-41  Alarm Log and Status Menu  ...............................................................2-41 Counters Menu  ..........................................................................2-44 Battery Menu (Pole-Mount Control Only)  ....................................................2-45 DNP Protocol Menu  ......................................................................2-46 Workbench Menu  ........................................................................2-47 Clock Menu  .............................................................................2-48 Fault Locator Menu  ......................................................................2-49 Diagnostics Menu  .......................................................................2-50 I/O Control Menu  ........................................................................2-51 I/O Status Menu  .........................................................................2-52 Self-Clear Fault Menu  ....................................................................2-53 Test Modes Menu  ........................................................................2-54 Nameplate Data Screen  ..................................................................2-55 Table of Contents (continued)  ........................................................ 1-3  1-2 Kyle Form 6 Microprocessor-Based Recloser Control Programming Guide  The instructions in this manual are not intended as a substitute for proper training or adequate experience in the safe operation of the equipment described. Only com-petent technicians who are familiar with this equipment should install, operate, and service it.  A competent technician has these qualifications: ã Is thoroughly familiar with these instructions. ã Is trained in industry-accepted high- and low-voltage  safe operating practices and procedures. ã Is trained and authorized to energize, de-energize, clear, and ground power distribution equipment. ã Is trained in the care and use of protective equipment  such as flash clothing, safety glasses, face shield, hard  hat, rubber gloves, hotstick, etc. Following is important safety information. For safe installa-tion and operation of this equipment, be sure to read and understand all cautions and warnings. Safety Instructions Following are general caution and warning statements that apply to this equipment. Additional statements, related to specific tasks and procedures, are located throughout the manual.  DANGER: Hazardous voltage. Contact with haz-ardous voltage will cause death or severe person-al injury. Follow all locally approved safety procedures when working around high- and low-voltage lines and equipment. G103.3 ! SAFETY INFORMATION ! SAFETYFOR LIFE   SAFETY FOR LIFE   ! SAFETYFOR LIFE Cooper Power Systems products meet or exceed all applicable industry standards relating to product safety. We actively pro-mote safe practices in the use and maintenance of our products through our service literature, instructional training programs, and the continuous efforts of all Cooper Power Systems employees involved in product design, manufacture, marketing, and service.We strongly urge that you always follow all locally approved safety procedures and safety instructions when working around high voltage lines and equipment and support our “Safety For Life” mission. This manual may contain four types of hazard state-ments: ! DANGER : Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. !  WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. CAUTION:  Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situa-tion which, if not avoided, may result in equipment damage only. Hazard Statement Definitions !   WARNING: Power distribution and transmis-sion equipment must be properly selected for the intended application. It must be installed and serviced by competent personnel who have been trained and under-stand proper safety procedures. These instructions are written for such personnel and are not a substitute for adequate training and experience in safety procedures. Failure to properly select, install, or maintain power distribution and transmission equipment can result in death, severe personal injury, and equipment damage. G122.3 !    WARNING:  This equipment is not intended to protect human life. Follow all locally approved pro-cedures and safety practices when installing or oper-ating this equipment. Failure to comply can result in death, severe personal injury and equipment damage. G102.1 !  WARNING: Before installing, operating, main-taining, or testing this equipment, carefully read and understand the contents of this manual. Improper operation, handling or maintenance can result in death, severe personal injury, and equipment damage. G101.0   !  1-3 S280-70-4 ! SAFETYFOR LIFE Section 3: Using ProView Software  ......................................... 3-1 Introduction  .............................................................................3-1Requirements ............................................................................3-1 Installing ProView Software  ................................................................3-2Installing from a CD-ROM ..................................................................3-2Launching the Setup Program ...............................................................3-2Installing ProView Components ..............................................................3-3Completing ProView Installation ..............................................................3-4 Login / Logout  ...........................................................................3-6 Adding/Deleting Users and Changing Passwords ................................................3-7 Main ProView Menus  ......................................................................3-8File Menu ...............................................................................3-8Manage Menu ...........................................................................3-9User Menu ..............................................................................3-9 View Menu ..............................................................................3-9Help Menu .............................................................................3-10 Section 4: Form 6 Control Schemes  ........................................ 4-1 Loading Schemes  ........................................................................4-1 Communicating with the Form 6 Recloser Contro l .............................................4-2Connecting to the Form 6 Control ............................................................4-2Disconnecting from the Control ..............................................................4-4 Adding ProView Connection Profiles ..........................................................4-4Comparing PC Schemes and Settings to the Form 6 Recloser Control ................................4-7Downloading the Scheme Structure, Idea Workbench, and Settings ..................................4-9 Settings  ................................................................................4-10Simplified Setup .........................................................................4-11Operations Parameters ...................................................................4-12Using TCC Editor II ......................................................................4-19Reclose ...............................................................................4-28Operations Sequence ....................................................................4-31Hot Line Tag ...........................................................................4-32High Current Lockout .....................................................................4-35Cold Load Pickup .......................................................................4-40Sensitive Earth ..........................................................................4-49Low Set ...............................................................................4-51 Voltage ................................................................................4-52Frequency .............................................................................4-56Directional .............................................................................4-60Directional Supervision ....................................................................4-61Sync Check ............................................................................4-62Breaker Fail - LBB .......................................................................4-65Incipient Cable Splice Fault ................................................................4-66Metering ...............................................................................4-68Presets ...............................................................................4-70MMI Setup and Password .................................................................4-71Setting Groups Selector ...................................................................4-72Copy Settings Group .....................................................................4-73Settings File ............................................................................4-74Settings List ............................................................................4-75 Virtual Test Setup ........................................................................4-77 System Setup ..........................................................................4-80Show Model Results .....................................................................4-81Simulation Settings ......................................................................4-83Running a Simulation .....................................................................4-85 Configure  ..............................................................................4-86 Table of Contents (continued from page 1-1) Table of Contents (continued)  ........................................................ 1-4  1-4 Kyle Form 6 Microprocessor-Based Recloser Control Programming Guide System Configuration .....................................................................4-86Load-side PT Configuration ................................................................4-88 Display   .................................................................................4-89Sequence of Events ......................................................................4-89 Application Diagram ......................................................................4-93Oscillography ...........................................................................4-94Data Profiler ............................................................................4-98Factory Nameplate ......................................................................4-100 Metering  ..............................................................................4-101Demand ..............................................................................4-101Instantaneous .........................................................................4-104Symmetrical ...........................................................................4-105Counters .............................................................................4-106Energy ...............................................................................4-107Lower Harmonics .......................................................................4-108Higher Harmonics ......................................................................4-109 THD, True RMS ........................................................................4-110 Section 5: Idea Workbench  ................................................ 5-1 Introduction  .............................................................................5-1 Important User Information  ................................................................5-2  Accessing a Workbench Menu Item  .........................................................5-2 Hardware Idea Workbench  .................................................................5-3Loading the Hardware (Form6) Idea Workbench .................................................5-3Idea Workbench Structures .................................................................5-4Changing User Workbench Block Names ......................................................5-5Contacts Inputs and Outputs ................................................................5-6Basic Tools Toolbox .......................................................................5-7 Advanced Tools Toolbox ...................................................................5-9Basic and Advanced Tools Characteristics .....................................................5-11Workbench Inputs Toolbox ................................................................5-16Workbench Outputs Toolbox ...............................................................5-31Form6 Target LED Programming Palette ......................................................5-40Building Custom Logic ....................................................................5-40Workbench Files ........................................................................5-43 Communications Workbench  ..............................................................5-45Configuring Protocol Communications ........................................................5-45Loading a Communications Workbench ......................................................5-45Workbench Files ........................................................................5-46DNP Workbench ........................................................................5-49Modbus Workbench .....................................................................5-532179 Workbench ........................................................................5-54IEC870-5-101 Workbench .................................................................5-57DNP TCP/IP Workbench ..................................................................5-60 Workbench User Settings  .................................................................5-63Workbench User Enable Settings ............................................................5-64Workbench User Threshold Settings .........................................................5-64 Workbench Contact Inputs and Outputs  .....................................................5-65 Workbench Message Outputs to MMI  .......................................................5-66 Workbench Status Outputs to MMI and SOE  .................................................5-67 Workbench Analog Outputs to MMI  .........................................................5-68 Workbench MMI Softkey Switches  .........................................................5-69 Workbench Mode Control Configuration  .....................................................5-70 Workbench Description  ...................................................................5-72 Form 6 Loop Scheme (LS) Control  ..........................................................5-73 Table of Contents (continued from page 1-3)
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