The 750/760 Feeder Protection System, a member of the SR Family of protection relays, with draw out
capability intended for primary protection and management of distribution feeders. The 750/760 has specific
features for industrial environments, including a drawout case to limit downtime during maintenance and
conformal coating for harsh environments.
Easy to use Feeder Protection supported by industry leading suite of software
Accurate built-in metering functions
I/O monitoring - improve equipment uptime
IRIG-B time synchronization, event reports, waveform capture, data logger
Minimize replacement time - Draw-out construction
Simplify testing - Built in simulation features
Supports industry protocols such as DNP & Modbus
Optional 10MB Ethernet port
Complete monitoring - Analog I/O, Full metering
Leading edge technology - Flash memory for product field upgrade
Optional conformal coating for Harsh Environments
Primary protection and control for distribution feeders on solidly grounded, high impedance grounded or resonant grounded systems
Bus blocking/Interlocking schemes
High-speed fault detection for arc flash
Throw over schemes (bus transfer scheme)
Load shedding schemes based on voltage and frequency elements
Back-up protection for transmission lines, feeders and transformers
Directional time, instantaneous phase overcurrent protection
Directional time, instantaneous ground overcurrent protection
Directional sensitive ground and Restricted Earth Fault protection
Negative sequence overcurrent protection
Bus and line undervoltage
Reverse power protection
Automatic bus transfer
Cold load pickup control
Power factor control
4 shot recloser (760 only)
Power factor control
Syncrocheck - V, f, Hz, & dead-source
The 750/760 Feeder Protection System is a digital relay intended for the management and primary protection and control of
distribution feeders. This easy to use relay provides comprehensive protection functions for feeders and back up protection for bus, transformers and transmission lines at a reduced product life cycle cost.
Metering - current,voltage, sequence components, power, energy, voltage
Breaker operation & trip failure
Event recording - 128 time tagged events
Total breaker arcing current
Ambient temperature /analog transducer input
Analog transducer input
Oscillography & Data Logger - 10 records up to 32 power cycles
Simulation mode and playback capability.
The 750/760 features advanced monitoring and metering functions which include:
The relay uses captured data to calculate the type, distance to and the impedance of the fault. Records of the last 10 faults are stored.
The relay calculates the per-phase wear on the breaker contacts to establish a threshold. When the breaker maintenance threshold is exceeded the relay can trigger an alarm. An alarm is also generated if the relay detects that the supervisory trickle current is not present. A failure to respond to an open or close signal in a programmed time can be used to generate an alarm.
The VT failure feature monitors each phase of input voltage, generating an alarm and sending the programmed output signals when a failure is detected.
Any external quantity may be monitored via an auxiliary current input. Two analog input level monitoring elements and two rate-of-change elements are available. When the measured quantity exceeds the pickup level, the relay can trigger an alarm or signal an output.
The relay captures and stores the last 512 events, recording the time, date, cause, and system parameters. Events may be recorded selectively by category, so that only events of interest are recorded.
A block of configurable volatile memory can be used for recording samples of the AC input voltages and current, and the
status of logic inputs and output relays. This memory can be configured between the ranges of two to 16 blocks with 16 to 256 power frequency cycles of data respectively. The amount of pre-event data recorded is set by the user. Trace memory recording can be triggered by operation of selected features or logic inputs.
The number of breaker trip operations is recorded, and can be displayed for statistical purposes (useful for units without operation counters).
Networking interfaces - 10Mbps Ethernet, RS232, RS485 and RS422 ports
The 750/760 is equipped with three standard serial communications ports, one RS232 located in the front panel, and two RS485/RS422 in the rear of the relay. A rear Ethernet port is also available as an optional feature. The front panel port allows easy local computer access. The rear ports provide remote communications or
connection to a DCS, SCADA, or PLC. The baud rate of all the serial ports is variable from 300 to 19,200 bps. The optional Ethernet port can be used to connect the 750/760 to 10 Mbps Ethernet networks. The 750/760 supports ModBus® RTU, DNP3.0 Level 2, and ModBus® RTU TCP/IP protocols.
The three serial ports support ModBus® RTU protocol, while any one of the two rear ports but not both can be configured to support DNP 3.0 Level 2. The optional Ethernet port supports ModBus® RTU via TCP/IP protocol. The communication system of the 750/760 is designed to allow simultaneous communication via all ports.
Using Ethernet as the physical media to integrate the 750/760 to Local or Wide Area Networks, replaces a multidrop-wired network (e.g., serial Modbus®), and eliminates expensive leased or dial-up connections, reducing monthly operating costs.
Various user interfaces facilitate operation of the 750.
A 40 character display allows access to setpoints, actual values, and diagnostic messages generated by a trip or alarm condition. The 750 can display 30 user-selected messages during keypad inactivity.
Twenty LEDs indicate relay status, system status, and trip and alarm conditions.
This feature provides time synchronization via standard GPS clock inputs.
The EnerVista™ Suite is an industry-leading set of software programs that simplifies every aspect of using the 750/760 relay. The EnerVista™ suite provides all the tools to monitor the status of your protected asset, maintain the relay, and integrate information measured by the 750 into DCS or SCADA monitoring systems. Convenient COMTRADE and Sequence of Events viewers are an integral part of the 750 Setup software included with every 750 relay, to carry out postmortem event analysis to ensure proper protection system operation. Learn More
Multilin devices and relays are designed with simple but powerful security to enable reliability and compliance for virtually any project or implementation. With support for multi-level permissions and multi-factor supervisory controls, Multilin devices can help you manage the integrity of your system during commissioning, testing, implementation, and beyond.
The SR Family provides separate authentication for settings and commands to the system. In addition, as discrete authentications for local and remote access, it also provides a supervisory control factor that can lock or unlock a device for configuration changes and other modifications.
Multilin’s family of protection and control products can also help enable your security perimeter and intrusion detection programs. By providing essential alarming and logging of critical events, Multilin devices can help you detect potential breaches within your system and allow you to respond quickly and effectively. Specifically, unsuccessful access attempts are logged, alarmed, and lead to potential attackers being locked out. This ensures the reliability of your system during questionable activity.control factor that can lock or unlock a device for configuration changes and other modifications.
Auditing and Reporting
With the Security Audit Trail reporting feature and support for Event logging of key activities such
as configuration changes, Multilin devices can help ensure device and protection system integrity,
and perform forensic auditing of activities and changes for compliance.