Guidance for the power system user in applying, installing and operating digital communication channels for the purpose of protective relaying is provided in this guide.
Working Group Details
- IEEE Power and Energy Society
- Standards Committee
- PE/PSCC - Power System Communications and Cybersecurity
- Working Group
M0_C37.236_WG - Guide for Power System Protective Relay Applications over Digital Communication Channels
- IEEE Program Manager
- Erin Morales
- Working Group Chair
- Thomas Dahlin
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Guide for Power System Protective Relay Applications Over Digital Communication Channels
This is a guide for the application of digital communication for protective relaying systems and schemes, including transmitting and receiving equipment, digital channels, application principles, performance, installation, troubleshooting, testing and maintenance. Reflected in this guide are the knowledge and experience of equipment manufacturers and power utility users. This guide is not intended to supplant specific or general instructions contained in manufacturers' books nor any contractual agreements.
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IEEE Guide for Field Testing of Relaying Current Transformers
This guide describes field test methods that assure that current transformers are connected properly, are of marked ratio and polarity, and are in a condition to perform as designed both initially and after having been in service for a period of time.
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