Clarifications on the local/remote concept 2/8
Should we state that "automatic-bay/station/remote" orCat would not be blocked by L/R concept?
Add a statement about the intention of the L/R concept. Specify whether the L/R concept is applicable for operator controls exclusively, not for switchgear controls in general.
Assume LD/LLN0.Loc="false". Will a switchgear control by GAPC (orCat="automatic-bay") be executed?
We think the solution should be in IEC 61850-7-4 Annex B table with a clarification with some use cases.
Use cases could be created in 7-500.
Updated by Carlos Rodriguez del Castillo about 1 year ago
- Status changed from New to In Progress
- Proposal descriptions updated (diff)
- Short Proposal set to Should we state that "automatic-bay/station/remote" orCat would not be blocked by L/R concept?
- Standard(s) changed from IEC 61850-7-1 Ed2.1 to IEC 61850-7-4
- We have an IED running some automation process with a GAPC instance
- The GAPC could control a breaker or switch
- If the IED is in remote, does GAPC automatic control (orCat=automatic-bay) be executed?
According to IEC 61850-7-4 Annex B, in order to make it executable, MltLev should be implemented and set to True.
But, also, should an IED in remote state block automatic controls? Today it is an implementation issue in IEDs.
Should we state that "automatic-bay" orCat would not be blocked by L/R concept? There are three orCat values (automatic-bay, automatic-station, automatic-remote). orCat is also used to provide the reason in the return information.
Normally automation commands should be processed in exactly the same way as operator commands, which includes the local/remote status, interlocks or command blocking.
Some customers may want a different behaviour. This should be defined in the PIXIT or with extension configuration settings.
Proposal: extension optional configuration setting for LLN0 and/or CSWI
LocBlkAut SPG enable local mode to block automation controls
If the value is true then for controls with orCat values "automatic-bay/automatic-station/automatic-remote" are blocked if Loc status is true.
If the value is false then for controls with orCat values "automatic-bay/automatic-station/automatic-remote", the Loc status is ignored.
If the setting is not instantiated then for controls with orCat values "automatic-bay/automatic-station/automatic-remote", then the Loc status is applied in the same way as controls from an operator.
LockBlkAutLev ENG defines which level of automation commands are blocked if this logical node or device is in local mode
Enumerated setting: 0=all-automatic-commands-allowed, 4=local-blocks-automatic-bay, 5=local-blocks-automatic-station, 6=local-blocks-automatic-remote