Solutions   for   Protecting   andManaging   the   Electrical   Network

NP   M915

Enhanced Motor Protection IED with IEC 61850 protocol

The optimal management of electrical power systems is based in particular on the reliability, availability and communication skills of protection, measurement and automation devices.
The NPM915 offers a modular motor protection and control solution for larger and more important motors requiring both current and voltage based protection functions along with complete measurements. Optional cards (I/O, communication…) are available for more comprehensive monitoring and control applications. Up to 16 RTD signals can be connected for thermal alarming and tripping.
The NPM915 communicates using various protocols including IEC 61850 substation communication standard.

MAIN FEATURES

  Hardware (standard)
  • Large graphic display with customizable mimic
  • Push buttons for local control of the up to 5 objects
  • 16 freely configurable leds
  • 5 current inputs
  • 4 voltage inputs
  • 5+1 output units (standard)
  • 3 digital inputs (standard)
  • 1 Front Ethernet port, 1 rear Ethernet port, 1 rear RS485 port
  Protection Functions
  • Three-phase overcurrent, 4 stages INST, DT or IDMT [50/51]
  • Earth-fault (sensitive), 4 stages INST, DT or IDMT [50N/51N(S)]
  • Directional overcurrent, 4 stages INST, DT or IDMT [67]
  • Directional (sensitive) earth-fault, 4 stages INST, DT or IDMT [67N]
  • Harmonic overcurrent / inrush blocking, 4 stages INST, DT or IDMT [50H/51H/68H]
  • Current unbalance/broken conductor, 4 stages INST, DT or IDMT [46/46R/46L]
  • Cable end differential [87N]
  • Motor thermal overload [49M]
  • Motor star-up / locked rotor supervision with speed switch [48/14]
  • Restart inhibit / frequent starts [66]
  • Undercurrent/loss of load [37]
  • Power factor protection [55]
  • Mechanical jam [51M]
  • Overvoltage, 4 stages INST, DT or IDMT [59]
  • Undervoltage, 4 stages INST, DT or IDMT [27]
  • Positive sequence under/overvoltage, negative sequence overvoltage, 4 stages INST, DT or IDMT [59P/27P/47]
  • Zero sequence overvoltage, 4 stages INST, DT or IDMT [59N]
  • Over/under frequency, 8 stages INST or DT [81O/81U]
  • Rate of change of frequency, 8 stages INST or DT or IDMT [81R]
  • Over/Under/Reverse power [32/37/32R]
  • Breaker failure protection [50BF/52BF]
  • Arc protection (option) [50ARC]
  Disturbance and Event recording
  • Up to 100 recordings @ 64 samples/cycle (3.2 kHz)
  • Recording lenght configurable from 0.1 to 1800 seconds
  • Pre trigger configurable from 5 to 95%
  • Non-volatile event records: 15000
  Measurement and Supervision
  • Phase and residual currents (IL1, IL2, IL3, I01, I02)
  • Voltage measurements (UL1-UL3, U12-U31, U0, SS)
  • Fault locator [21FL]
  • Current and voltage harmonics (up to 31st)
  • Current THD
  • Frequency (f)
  • Power (P, Q, S, pf)
  • Energy (E+, E-, Eq+, Eq-)
  • Circuit breaker wear (CBW)
  • Disturbance recorder (3.2 kHz)
  • Current transformer supervision (CTS)
  • Fuse failure (VTS)
  • Trip circuit supervision (74TC)
  Control
  • Controllable objects: 5
  • 8 setting groups
  Communication protocols standard
  • IEC 61850
  • IEC 60870-5-103/101/104
  • Modbus/RTU, Modbus TCP/IP
  • DNP 3.0, DNP 3.0 over TCP/IP
  • SPA
  Options (3 slots)
  • Digital inputs optional: +8 per card
  • Digital outputs optional: +5 per card (2 cards max.)
  • Arc protection (12 sensors +2xHSO +BI)
  • 2 x mA input + 6-8 x RTD input (2 cards max.)
  • Double LC Ethernet 100Mb
  • RS232 + serial fibre PP/PG/GP/GG (option)

DOWNLOAD AREA

  Device Doc. Type Language Ref. Ind.
NP M915 Leaflet EN A931 G
NP M915 User Manual EN A967 B
NP M915 Connection/Definition Diagram EN S42473 D
Optional Boards Connection/Definition Diagram EN S42506 C