Relion® Protection and Control
IED Connectivity Package
Configuration Migration for 650 series in PCM600 Ver. 2.4 and late...
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Rev. D
Configuration Migration
User Manual
Contents
About These Instructions .......................
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About These Instructions
General
The PCM600 Ver.2.4 an...
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Terminology
Term Meaning
ACT Application Configuration...
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1. Introduction
1.1 General overview
The actual migrat...
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The exported is valuable to use as a backup since migr...
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9. The imported project will now be listed in the list...
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2.3 IED configuration Migration (ICM)
1. Select the IE...
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3.2 PST
Parameter values are retained for all function...
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6. Repeat the procedure for all signal types (Analog I...
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4.1 Table of functions changed in configur...
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4.1.2 Changes from 650 series 1.1.0 to 1.2.0
Changed f...
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4.1.3 Changes from 650 series 1.2.0 to 1.2.1
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IEC61850-8-1 1.0.1 6 IEC61850-8-1 1.1.0 21 x x Paramet...
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  1. 1. Relion® Protection and Control IED Connectivity Package Configuration Migration for 650 series in PCM600 Ver. 2.4 and later User Manual
  2. 2. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual Contents About These Instructions .......................................................................................... 3 General ...................................................................................................................................... 3 Use of Warning, Caution, Information, and Tip Icons................................................................. 3 Terminology ............................................................................................................................... 4 1. Introduction......................................................................................................... 5 1.1 General overview .............................................................................................................. 5 2. Procedure to Migrate.......................................................................................... 5 2.1 Export and import of project and installation...................................................................... 5 2.2 Reference Project.............................................................................................................. 7 2.3 IED configuration Migration (ICM) ..................................................................................... 8 3. Reengineering................................................................................................... 12 3.1 ACT ................................................................................................................................. 12 3.2 PST ................................................................................................................................. 13 3.3 SCL/61850 ...................................................................................................................... 13 3.4 CMT................................................................................................................................. 13 3.5 GDE ................................................................................................................................ 14 3.6 Signal Matrix.................................................................................................................... 14 3.7 Performances, Fine Tuning and Optimizations................................................................ 14 4. Appendix ........................................................................................................... 15 4.1 Table of functions changed in configuration after migration ............................................ 15
  3. 3. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual About These Instructions General The PCM600 Ver.2.4 and later and the 650 series ConnPack Ver.1.2.1 or later are supporting migration from 650 Ver.1.0 via 650 Ver.1.1 via 650 Ver.1.2 (1.2.0 and 1.2.1) to 650 Ver. 1.3. However, due to changes in functionality of functions re- engineering is necessary. This document only covers the migration between the four 650 series product versions in PCM600 Ver.2.4 (or later). For 650 Ver. 1.3, PCM600 Ver. 2.5 or later is needed. Use of Warning, Caution, Information, and Tip Icons This publication includes Warning, Caution, and Information where appropriate to point out safety related or other important information. It also includes Tips to point out useful hints to the reader. The corresponding symbols should be interpreted as follows: Caution icon indicates important information or warning related to the concept discussed in the text. It might indicate the presence of a hazard, which could result in corruption of software or damage to equipment/property. Information icon alerts the reader to pertinent facts and conditions. Tip icon indicates advice on, for example, how to design your project or how to use a certain function Although Warning hazards are related to personal injury, and Caution hazards are associated with equipment or property damage, it should be understood that operation of damaged equipment could, under certain operational conditions, result in degraded process performance leading to personal injury or death. Therefore, comply fully with all Warning and Caution notices.
  4. 4. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual Terminology Term Meaning ACT Application Configuration Tool CDS Configuration Data Server CMT Communication Management Tool ConnPack Connectivity Package CP Common Platform DHT Disturbance Handling Tool DMT Data Migration Tool EVT Event Viewer Tool GDE Graphical Display Editor Tool HWT Hardware Configuration Tool ICM IED Configuration Migration Tool IED Intelligent Electronics Device LHMI Local Human Machine Interface MON Signal Monitoring Tool PCM600 Protection and Control IED Manager PST Parameter Setting Tool SMT Signal Matrix Tool SCL Substation Configuration Language GCB GOOSE Control Block GOOSE Generic Object Oriented Substation Events RCB Report Control Block
  5. 5. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual 1. Introduction 1.1 General overview The actual migration is done by the ICM (IED Configuration Migration) in PCM. This document however describes the whole workflow to be able to upgrade your complete configuration. I.e. it covers the necessary updates in tools such as ACT, PST and GDE. Several functions have changed version between product versions which also implies that there are underlying functional changes between the function versions. The user should make sure that the new function versions in the updated product fulfill hers requirements. The user should be extra careful before replacing functions, signals or parameters that were removed at migration. 2. Procedure to Migrate 2.1 Export and import of project and installation Before starting the migration ensure that correct version of PCM600 and ABB 650 Connectivity Package Base are installed. It is also recommended to export one copy of the project as backup. 1. Make an export of the project you want to migrate by selecting Open/Manage project: and then mark your project you would like to export and click Export Project.
  6. 6. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual The exported is valuable to use as a backup since migration process is not reversible. 2. Unistall previous versions of ConnPack (for 650 in PCM600 Ver.2.x) and ALL IED type data modules. 3. Verify that the folder where the ConnPack was installed is empty (C:Program FilesABBConnectivity PackagesIEDConnPackRE_650). If not, delete remaining files. 4. Install the recommended versions of PCM600 and ConnPack. 5. Install the IED Type Data modules to migrate from and to (e.g. ABB REL650 1.2.1 Module and ABB REL650 1.3 Module). 6. Open PCM600. 7. Select Open/Manage project 8. Import the Exported project by browsing to your project and click open.
  7. 7. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual 9. The imported project will now be listed in the list of projects on my computer 2.2 Reference Project At migration will some functions, signals or parameters be removed and needs to be reengineered. It is helpful to use an unchanged copy of the original project as a reference when making these updates. 1. Open a second instance of PCM600. 2. Follow the steps 7-8 in section 2.1 to import the project once again. 3. In addition to the original project name will (1) added to the project name at import (to distinguish it from the already imported project). 4. Rename the project adding _ref in the end. 5. Open the project [project name]_ref 6. Go back to the first instance of PCM600 (where the first project was opened). This reference project can be left open in background for examining original configuration at the reengineering of the migrated IEDs since the migration reports not give you the details of all changes. All further instructions in this guide refer to the project to migrate. The reference project should not be changed.
  8. 8. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual 2.3 IED configuration Migration (ICM) 1. Select the IED to migrate and right click migrate configuration 2. Select the version to migrate to (e.g. 1.1.0) in the Dialog and press continue.
  9. 9. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual 3. When migrating a configuration from 650 series 1.1 to 1.3 it is necessary perform the following steps; a. Migrate 1.1 to version 1.2.1. b. Change the housing and LHMI to 3U and COM02 to COM05 c. Migrate 1.2.1 to 1.3 4. A summary of the migration will show up. The list is divided into three different parts:  Obsolete Functions and Hardwares This part lists all the functions that not will be able to migrate, i.e. the corresponding function blocks will be removed from configuration.  Versioned Functions and Hardwares This part lists all functions that have been replaced for you in the configuration (migrated to a new function version).  Functions instance is changed due to change in creation rule This part lists the functions that e.g. have changed execution order or application cycle, but the function version is same between the two product versions. Further information about the migration of these functions will appear in log window after migration. The functions that are not mentioned in one of the above lists have the same version in both products. No reengineering is necessary for those functions.
  10. 10. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual 5. Press Show migration Report to be able to print or save the list (to use later when updating the configuration). Press OK when report is printed or saved. 6. A double taskbar will show up. The migration will take some minutes.
  11. 11. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual 7. A Dialog will show up with the functions that will have migrated parameters. Press forward to continue 8. At the end will a dialog confirm that the migration is completed: 9. The log window will contain valuable information from three different parts of the migration:  Implications of Execution order changes gives information about functions that have changed execution order which will affect the data flow in the IED.  Non migrated parameters will be printed as warnings. Later on these parameters need to be updated manually.  Non migrated 61850 signals from datasets will also be displayed in the output window.
  12. 12. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual  Warning if the maximum number of attributes is reached in the migrated datasets 10. Copy and save all the output in the log window from the migration. Also check for any exceptions or errors. 11. Now after the migration you have to run the Licence update tool either online towards the IED or in offline mode with the licence file. This must be done to get some IED functions with configuration parameters only back into the IED configuration section in the plant structure. Some of these functions are part of the fixed instances (found under IED configuration in plant structure) and these functions will be instantiated automatically (e.g. for the dnp functions), but their parameters will be reversed to default values. 3. Reengineering This section describes necessary reengineering after the migration. 3.1 ACT 1. Open ACT 2. Look up in table of Appendix 4.1 which signals and functions that are removed in your configuration. If a signal has been removed it indicates that the particular signal has a new functional meaning. For those functions, study the application manual and technical reference manual to ensure how they are connected in the correct way. 3. Update the configuration for the function listed in Appendix 4.1. 4. When done with the function updates. Save the ACT configuration 5. Run Validate Configuration. 6. Examine the report in the log window and perform necessary updates. 7. Save ACT again and exit.
  13. 13. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual 3.2 PST Parameter values are retained for all functions listed in Versioned Functions and Hardwares or Functions instance is changed due to change in creation rule. Also functions that are not mentioned in the migration report (functions that has same version in both product versions) will keep their settings. 1. Settings for all functions listed in Obsolete Functions and Hardwares needs to be redone. 2. If any parameter migration failed (see the log window from the migration) the parameters needs to be redone (see step 9 and 10 of section 2.3). 3. Further, note that some functions might have new settings. 3.3 SCL/61850 The 61850 configuration is retained at migration for all unchanged Data Attributes. 1. SCL Engineering of DAs with changed names, or from LNs or DOs with changed name are excluded. These signals are listed in the log window at migration. (see step 9 and 10 of section 2.3) 2. It is therefore necessary to export the scd file again and redo the SCL engineering for the DAs removed at migration. Note, these signals/DOs/LNs has changed name, verify therefore with documentation that your 61850 configuration is valid. 3. Verify in the SCD file that there are no empty data sets. If there are empty data sets, either add signals or remove the data set. 4. Import the SCD file when the engineering is done. 5. Open SMT and check connections. Please note, also other IEDs (updated or not updated) need update of incoming GOOSE signals from migrated IEDs in SMT. 3.4 CMT If DNP is to be used, update of configured DNP points is necessary. All DNP points from versioned functions (migrated functions) will be removed from configuration. 1. Open CMT. 2. In the signal list will some of the previously configured DNP points be struck through. See picture below. 3. Mark the corresponding signals from the struck through signals from the left side. Press the blue arrow to the right to add them. 4. It is also necessary to update the Index number of the signal (should match the struck through signal) to be able to use the configuration in the DNP master unchanged. 5. When the update of signals is done, the struck through signals can be removed.
  14. 14. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual 6. Repeat the procedure for all signal types (Analog Input Objects, Binary Input Objects, Binary Output Objects, Counter Object and Counter Bit Indication Object) and all configured DNP Masters (Serial and TCP 1- 4). 3.5 GDE 1. Open GDE 2. All mappings to functions that have been manually reinstantiated in ACT (i.e. mapped functions that were in the Obsolete Functions and Hardware list of the ICM report) needs to be redone. 3.6 Signal Matrix All connections between hardware and software functions needs to be remade for obsolete functions and also if a signal connected to hardware of a replaced function has been removed of changed meaning. If any of the functions in Appendix 4.1 has been used directly to hardware verify and update the configuration. 3.7 Performances, Fine Tuning and Optimizations A maximum response time of 120 seconds per IED is expected when the ICM is invoked by the PCM600 user.
  15. 15. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual 4. Appendix 4.1 Table of functions changed in configuration after migration Following table shows the function that somehow needs to be reengineered in PCM600. For details of the changed signals and functions use the Technical reference manual. 4.1.1 Changes from 650 series 1.0.0 to 1.1.0 Changed functions between 650 series ver. 1.0.0 and 1.1.0
  16. 16. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual Deleted functions between 650 series ver. 1.0.0 and 1.1.0 New functions in 650 series ver. 1.1.0
  17. 17. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual 4.1.2 Changes from 650 series 1.1.0 to 1.2.0 Changed functions between 650 series ver. 1.1.0 and 1.2.0 Deleted functions between 650 series ver. 1.1.0 and 1.2.0 New functions in 650 series ver. 1.2.0
  18. 18. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual 4.1.3 Changes from 650 series 1.2.0 to 1.2.1 There are no changed, deleted or new functions between 1.2.0 and 1.2.1. The execution order has been improved for some function instances. 4.1.4 Changes from 650 series 1.2.1 to 1.3 650 series 1.2.1 650 series 1.3.0.17 Change affects 61850 name Version Revision 61850 name Version Revision ACT PST SCL/ 61850 Comments OC4PTOC 2.1.0 9 OC4PTOC 2.1.1 15 x x Parameter IMinOpFund deleted OC4SPTOC 1.1.0 8 OC4SPTOC 1.1.1 15 x x Parameter IMinOpFund deleted VR2PVOC 1.0.0 18 VRPVOC 1.0.1 29 x LEXPDIS 2.0.0 15 LEXPDIS 2.0.1 17 x x Parameter invertCTcurrent added CVMMXN 3.0.0 1 CVMMXN 3.0.1 13 x x Parameter currDeadband added DNSPTOC 1.0.0 1 DNSPTOC 1.0.1 6 x x Parameters actionLowVolt1_VM, actionLowVolt2_VM, startValue_OC1, startValue_OC2 limit value changed SDEPSDE 2.0.0 3 SDEPSDE 2.0.1 11 x x Parameter averWindow default value changed AEGGAPC 2.0.0 18 AEGGAPC 2.0.1 31 x x Parameter currentStartValue, voltStartValueToArm limit value changed. Parameter hystAbsOfCurrMax, hystAbsOfVoltMax, hystRelOfCurrMax, hystRelOfVoltMax default value changed SXSWI 1.0.0 0 SXSWI 1.0.1 5 x SXCBR 1.0.0 0 SXCBR 1.0.1 3 x OOSPPAM 2.0.0 17 OOSPPAM 2.0.1 32 x x Parameter tBreaker default value changed. Parameter invertCurrents added ZMRPSB 1.0.0 0 ZMRPSB 1.0.0 0 x x x Deleted from configuration, changed looptime ETPMMTR 2.0.0 ETPMMTR 2.0.1 16 x New 61850 mappings EF4PTOC 2.1.0 11 EF4PTOC 2.1.0 12 x NS2PTOC 2.0.0 14 NS2PTOC 2.0.0 15 x OV2PTOV 3.1.0 18 OV2PTOV 3.1.0 19 x ROV2PTOV 3.1.0 14 ROV2PTOV 3.1.0 15 x SESRSYN 2.2.0 19 SESRSYN 2.2.0 20 x UC2PTUC 2.0.0 3 UC2PTUC 2.0.0 4 x ZGCPDIS 1.0.0 7 ZGCPDIS 1.0.0 8 x ZQMPDIS 1.0.0 9 ZQMPDIS 1.0.0 10 x SP16GGIO 1.0.0 0 SP16GGIO 1.0.1 7 x SPC8GGIO 2.0.0 0 SPC8GGIO 2.0.1 7 x TRPTTR 3.0.0 0 TRPTTR 3.0.1 12 x TCMYLTC 2.0.0 1 TCMYLTC 2.0.1 17 x DRPRDRE 1.0.0 2 DRPRDRE 1.0.1 15 x FTPACCS 1.0.0 0 FTPACCS 1.1.0 16 x Parameter PortSelection, SSLMode, TCPPortFTP, TCPPortFTPS added
  19. 19. April 5, 2013 1MRG004195 Rev. D Configuration Migration User Manual IEC61850-8-1 1.0.1 6 IEC61850-8-1 1.1.0 21 x x Parameter PortSelMMS added SPA_ETH 1.0.0 0 FSTACCS 1.1.0 22 x Parameter Operation, PortSelection added. Changed 61850 name SPACOMMMAP 1.0.0 0 SPACOMMMAP 1.0.1 8 Removed from PCM SCREEN 1.0.0 1 SCREEN 1.0.1 7 x Check parameters values FNKEYTY1 1.0.0 0 FNKEYTY1 1.0.1 13 x Check parameters values FNKEYTY2 1.0.0 0 FNKEYTY2 1.0.1 13 x Check parameters values FNKEYTY3 1.0.0 0 FNKEYTY3 1.0.1 13 x Check parameters values FNKEYTY4 1.0.0 0 FNKEYTY4 1.0.1 13 x Check parameters values FNKEYTY5 1.0.0 0 FNKEYTY5 1.0.1 12 x Check parameters values I103IED 1.0.0 3 I103IED 1.1.0 5 x Input 22_SETCH added LANGUAGE 1.0.0 0 LANGUAGE 1.0.1 7 Removed from PCM Changed functions between 650 series ver. 1.2.1 and 1.3 No functions has been removed between 650 series ver. 1.2.1 and 1.3 650 series 1.3.0.17 Change affects 61850 name Version Revision ACT PST SCL/61850 Comments L4UFCNT 2.0.0 16 x x x New function TEIGGIO 1.0.0 7 x x x New function PSM01_9BO 1.2.0 6 x New Power supply module PSM01_TCS 1.2.0 4 x New Power supply module PSM01_BSUP 1.2.0 11 x New Power supply module PRPSTATUS 2.0.0 23 New system component COM03 1.0.0 4 New COM03 hardware module ETHLAN1_AB 1.0.1 15 x New, no ACT CONFPROT 1.0.0 8 x New, no ACT ATHMAN 1.0.1 18 x New, no ACT ACTLOG 1.0.0 12 x New, no ACT SECALARM 1.0.0 7 x x New component for mapping security events AGSAL 1.0.1 19 x New, only 61850 mappings DNPGENTCP 1.0.0 3 x New, no ACT HWCONFIG 1.0.0 8 New hardware reconfigure function New functions in 650 series ver. 1.3

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