Line impedance measurements with CPC 100 & CP CU1
Learn about the importance of accurate knowledge of line impedances for reliable distance protection performance. Get an overview of how to perform a line impedance measurement with CPC 100 and CP CU1. Learn how to assess line impedance measurement results for validity and how to apply the distance protection relay performance check.
- Understanding the working principle of distance protection relays
- Calculation versus measurement of line impedances
- Connecting the test set to a power line by following relevant safety procedures
- Interpreting the results of the line impedance measurement and get the relevant data for the distance relay settings
- Overview of mutual coupling impedance applications
- K-factor theory for understanding of relay parameterization
- Examples of zone reaches due to inaccurate line impedance estimation
- Connection of the test set to the power line
- Performing and assessing line impedance measurements by means of a dedicated EXCEL template
- Noise suppression considerations
- Using RelaySimTest for the assessment of impedance-related relay settings
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Primary Field-Testing Staff
Knowledge of electrical engineering
Basic knowledge of protection engineering
The line impedance EXCEL template
The CP CU1 and CP GB1
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