Protection, Automation and Control System for Power Distribution Applications.
- Over 30 Protection Elements for optimal protection of Power Distribution Systems
- Ready to use advanced Protection Schemes for applications including Feeder Protection, Bay Control and DG Interconnection Protection
- 8 Setting Profiles
- Comprehensive I/O Matrix provides visual confirmation of enabled functions and selected outputs improving security
- Arc Flash Protection including:
- Maintenance Mode
- Reverse Interlock Bus Protection
- (Optional) Optical with Overcurrent Protection
- Compatible with Optical Point and Loop Sensors
- Front panel USB and SD Card ports for local programming and data transfer
- One or two optional serial ports (TIA‑232, TIA‑485 or Serial Fiber)
- Optional single or dual Ethernet ports (copper or fiber) with simultaneous multi-user and multi-protocol support
- Protocols supported include:
- MODBUS, DNP3.0
- Optional: IEC61850
- Comprehensive Cyber Security tools for NERC CIP Compliance
- IEEE 1686 Compliant
- Four user programmable Inputs and Outputs, expandable to twelve Inputs and twelve Outputs, plus three Virtual Inputs
- User programmable front-panel LEDs and pushbuttons
- Power Quality Monitoring up to the 63rd Harmonic including THD and TDD
- PQ Viewer (ITIC Curve)
- Sags, Swell and Sub-Synchronous Transient Detection
- Advanced Data Logging and Load Profile Recorder
- 3500 Event Sequence of Events (SOE) Recorder
- 100 DFR quality records of up to 480 cycles each with an adjustable sampling rate up to 128 s/c
IPScom® – Uncomplicated Software for Complex Power System Applications
- Integrated Metering, DFR and PQ Visualization Tools
- Search and filtering tools for analysis of SOE, DFR and PQ records
- IPSlogic Programmable Logic
- Fast and easy retrofitting for most popular relays in existing cutouts using Beckwith’s Adapter Panel Technology™
- View the D-PAC Retrofit Quick Reference Guide
Arc Flash Protection
The Arc Flash Protection option detects arc flash conditions in switchgear and operates circuit breakers to remove the current source from the arc, thus mitigating the potential damage to equipment.
Four Optical Transceiver Ports interface to transparent fiber optic loops and/or point sensors. The output of the Optical Transceiver is compared to a pickup value. When the signal remains above the pickup for a predefined time delay, the relay will activate the dedicated high speed outputs. A current supervision function is also available to prevent false trips caused by other light sources not related to arcing. To monitor the integrity of the fiber optic links, the optical transceivers will transmit a light pulse every 2 seconds and verify the presence/absence of the pulse. The unit will generate an alarm when a failure is detected.
- Four Optical Transceiver Ports – Fiber Optic Loop and/or Point Sensor Ports incorporate self-test circuitry to provide continuous monitoring of the integrity of optical sensors, fiber cables, and the control unit to ensure reliable operation. If a failure is detected, the M‑7651A will generate an alarm to notify service personnel.
- Four High Speed Outputs – solid state output relays, with operating speed less than 4 ms.
Arc Flash Loop Sensor & Point Sensor Configuration Options
The sensor cable extension reach for each transceiver port is limited by the loss of optical signal strength in the fiber and each connector. Loop Sensors have the same loss rate as jacketed Cable Extensions at 0.22 dB per meter of fiber. Note that while a 15 meter Loop Sensor is actually 15 meters of fiber, a 15 meter Cable Extension introduces 30 meters of fiber signal loss. Each inline connector absorbs 1.5 dB of the signal so it is recommended that no more than four be used per transceiver port. The transceiver port Signal Budget is 19 dB for Loop Sensors and 15.4 dB for Point Sensors. These budgets include the loss of the plug into the transceiver, so loss calculations are simplified to Signal Budget minus the sum of fiber and connector losses.
In practical terms, the limit for extending a 15 meter Point Sensor is a 10 meter Cable Extension. The total of 50 meters of fiber plus two connectors results in the loss of 14 dB from the Signal Budget of 15.4 dB.
For a Loop Sensor installation with one Cable Extension of 15 meters, installing two 15 meter Loop Sensors with one connector in series is acceptable because the sum of signal loss equals 17.7 dB from the Signal Budget of 19 dB.
Maximum distance from the M-7651A can be reached using a 15 meter and a 10 meter Cable Extension with a 6 meter Loop Sensor. This configuration uses four connectors which are included with the Cable Extensions. The connector supplied with the Loop Sensor will not be needed.
Arc Flash Module Additional Communication Capabilities
The M‑7651A Arc Flash Module is capable of publishing any high speed output trip, in addition to Arc Flash detection events. It can also be configured to subscribe to any other manufacturer’s Arc Flash boolean GOOSE message. This may be used in the internal M‑7651A IPSlogic.
B-1748 Clear Plastic Splash Guard (full front panel coverage)
B-1919 Arc Flash Duplex Extension cable. Couplers included on one end. 6,10,15 meter lengths available.
B-1920 Arc Flash Point Sensor. 6, 10, 15 meter lengths available.
B-1921 Arc Flash Loop Sensor. Coupler included on one end. 6, 10, 15 meter lengths available.