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E-Series protective relays Feeder distribution relays Motor relays Transformer relays Generator relays E-Series protective relay family Reliable protection for every application Eaton s E-Series relay
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E-Series protective relays Feeder distribution relays Motor relays Transformer relays Generator relays E-Series protective relay family Reliable protection for every application Eaton s E-Series relay family introduction The protective relay family Eaton s E-Series microprocessor-based protective relays offer reliable, secure and complete protection and control of power generation and distribution systems. The hardware and software commonality across the E-Series family platform makes it easy for users to program simple to complex settings or schemes for each of their unique applications. The powerful multi-core processors and intuitive user interface provide for flexible configurations and simple alarming and notifications. Common features across the E-Series relay family include: Protection/security Control Maintenance mode Programmable relay outputs Zone selective interlocking Digital inputs with adjustable thresholds Multi-level password protected Eight common pushbuttons Self-shorting/finger-safe/removable Programmable logic elements (up to 80) terminals Wide AC/DC power supply range Information Device setting and waveform software USB front access port High-contrast, illuminated HMI Programmable LEDs Cause-of-Trip indication EDR-5000 EMR-000 ETR-5000 EGR-5000 Feeder distribution relay Motor relay Transformer relay Generator relay Feeder distribution relays provide complete protection for medium voltage feeder distribution lines. Models include: EDR-000 EDR-5000 Motor relays provide complete and reliable motor protection for any size motor at different voltage levels, including diagnostics, monitoring and starting control functions. Models include: EMR-000 Transformer relays provide primary protection, control and backup protection of transformers, including current differential, restricted ground differential and overcurrent protection. Models include: ETR-4000 Generator protection relays can be used to protect any size generators. They may be used as primary or backup protection in standby generators and cogeneration applications. Models include: EGR-5000 EMR-4000 ETR-5000 EMR-5000 Common software tools All E-Series relays use the same software interface for easy access to information and programming of settings. Whether you are using the front panel or the external software, the interface is the same on all models. Operation System Parameters Protection Parameters Device Parameters Control Logic Device Planning Service Download PowerPort-E software and device models including Quality Manager at 2 EATON E-Series protective relays Common features Front Panel Access Communication and Connection Interfaces (Removable Terminals) Rear View E-Series RS-22 Port (Standard) E-Series relay family feature comparison chart HMI and software display the same folder structure IRIG-B Time Sync RS-485 Connector (Standard) Fiber Optic Port URTD Module Ethernet (RJ-45) Port Reference order guide for availability by model. Description EDR-000 EDR-5000 EMR-000 EMR-4000 EMR-5000 ETR-4000 ETR-5000 EGR-5000 Metering and monitoring features Current (pos., neg. and zero seq.) n n n n n n n n Current unbalance % (I2/I) n n n n n n n n Differential current n n n n Voltage (L L, L N, pos., neg. and zero seq.) n n n n n Voltage unbalance % (V2/V) n n n n n Phase angles n n n n n n n n Volt-amps, watts, volt-amps reactive n n n n n kwh (forward, reverse and net) n n n n n kvarh (lead, lag and net) n n n n n Power factor n n n n n Frequency n n n n n Volts/Hz n n n 2nd harmonic current % (H2/fund.) n n rd harmonic voltage n THD current (% and magnitude) n n n n n n n n THD voltage (% and magnitude) n n n n n Minimum/maximum recording n n n n n n n n Sync values n n Temperature with remote URTD module n n n n n n Trip circuit monitoring n n n n n n n n Breaker wear and general counters n n n n n n n n CT supervision n n n n n n n n VT supervision n n n n Waveform recorder (7200 cycles total storage) n n n n n n n n Fault recorder (20 events) n n n n n n n n Sequence of events recorder (00 events) n n n n n n n n Trend recorder n n n n n n n n Motor history, start trending, thermal capacity n n n Generator hours of operation n Programmable logic equations (up to 80) n n n n n n n n Communications protocols Modbus RTU or DNP RTU over RS-485 n n n n n n n n Modbus TCP or DNP TCP/UDP over Ethernet RJ-45 n n n n n n n n PROFIBUS-DP over fiber optic ST n n n n n n n n PROFIBUS-DP over D-Sub / RS-485 n n n n n n n n Modbus RTU or DNP RTU over fiber optic ST n n n n n n n n Modbus RTU or DNP RTU over D-Sub / RS-485 n n n n n n n n IEC 6850 or Modbus TCP or DNP TCP/UDP n n n n n n n n over Ethernet RJ-45 Modbus RTU or DNP RTU over RS-485 or n n n n n n n n Modbus TCP or DNP TCP/UDP over Ethernet RJ-45 IEC 6850 or Modbus TCP or DNP TCP/UDP n n n n n n n n over LC duplex Modbus TCP or DNP TCP/UDP over LC duplex n n n n n n n n EATON E-Series protective relays Eaton s distribution relay family EDR Series Model comparison guide protective functions EDR-000 Protection functions 46 Current unbalance elements 50 Breaker failure 50P Phase instantaneous overcurrent elements 50R Calculated ground or neutral instantaneous overcurrent elements 50X Measured ground or neutral instantaneous overcurrent elements 5P Phase overcurrent protection per time-current curve elements 5R Calculated ground fault protection per time-current curve elements 5X Measured ground or neutral fault protection per time-current curve elements CLPU Cold load pickup SOTF Switch on to fault CTS Current transformer supervision 74TCM Trip coil monitor (option) ZI Zone selective interlocking (option) EDR-5000 The EDR-5000 has all of the same protection functions as the EDR-000 with additional features. Enhanced protection functions 27A/M Auxiliary and main three-phase undervoltage elements 47 Voltage unbalance elements 55A/D Apparent and displacement power factor elements 59A/M Auxiliary and main three-phase overvoltage elements 59N Ground fault overvoltage elements 67P Directional overcurrent elements 67X Calculated directional overcurrent elements 78V Vector surge element 8U/O/R Under and over and rate of change frequency elements LOP Loss of potential 25 Sync check 2 Forward and reverse watts elements 2V Forward and reverse VARs elements 5V Voltage restraint elements 79 Auto-reclosing 27T Low voltage ride-through (LVRT) 27Q Reactive power and undervoltage Typical one-line example ANSI protective elements guide Protective elements key 27A 59N 59A n = Elements available on EDR-000 and EDR-5000 n = Elements available on EDR TCM 50P 5P 50 50R 5R 46 67P 67R LOP See Page for metering features. CTS SOTF CLPU 25 50X 5X 55 A/D 67X 8 47 U/O 8R 78V 27M 59M 5V 2 2V circuit breaker. EDR family ordering guide EDR A 0 B A Relay model 000 = Current protection relay 5000 = Current, voltage and power protection relay EDR-000 hardware option A = 4 DI, 4 outputs B = 8 DI, 6 outputs, trip coil monitor C = 4 DI, 4 outputs, zone selective interlocking (ZSI) and IRIG-B EDR-5000 hardware option A = 8 DI, 0 outputs, ZSI and IRIG-B B = 6 DI, 0 outputs, ZSI and IRIG-B Hardware option 2 0 = Phase current 5 A / A, ground current 5 A / A, power supply range: 9 00 Vdc, Vac = Phase current 5 A / A, sensitive ground current 0.5 A / 0. A, power supply range: 9 00 Vdc, Vac OR Mounting options 0 = Standard mount = Projection mount Conformal coating options A = None B = Conformal coated circuit boards Communication options B = Modbus/DNP RTU over RS-485 C = Modbus/DNP TCP over Ethernet RJ-45 D = PROFIBUS-DP over fiber optic ST E = PROFIBUS-DP over D-Sub / RS-485 F = Modbus RTU or DNP RTU over fiber optic ST G = Modbus/DNP RTU over D-Sub / RS-485 H = IEC 6850/Modbus/DNP TCP over Ethernet RJ-45 I = Modbus/DNP RTU over RS-485 or Modbus/DNP TCP over Ethernet RJ-45 K = IEC 6850/Modbus/DNP TCP over LC duplex L = Modbus/DNP TCP over LC duplex fiber optic Ethernet 4 EATON E-Series protective relays Eaton s motor relay family EMR Series Model comparison guide protective functions EMR-000 EMR-4000 EMR-5000 Protection functions 50 Breaker failure 50P Phase instantaneous overcurrent elements 50R Calculated ground or neutral instantaneous overcurrent elements 50X Measured ground or neutral instantaneous overcurrent elements 5P Phase overcurrent protection per time-current curve elements 5R Calculated ground fault protection per time-current curve elements 5X Measured ground or neutral fault protection per time-current curve elements 46 Current unbalance elements 49/8 Thermal protection using optional URTD module 49/5 Thermal overload protection (I 2 T) 49S/5 Locked rotor 50J Jam or stall protection 7 Underload protection 66 Starts per time period 4 Underspeed CTS Current transformer supervision 74TCM Trip coil monitor (option) ZI Zone selective interlocking (option) 86 Lockout protection The EMR-4000 has all of the same protection functions as the EMR-000 with additional features. Enhanced protection functions 27A/M Auxiliary and main three-phase undervoltage elements 47 Voltage unbalance elements 55A/D Apparent and displacement power factor elements 59A/M Auxiliary and main three-phase overvoltage elements 59N Ground fault overvoltage elements 2/2V Forward and reverse watts and VARs elements 5V Voltage restraint elements 78V Vector surge element 8U/O/R Under and over and rate of change frequency elements LOP Loss of potential CLPU Cold load pickup SOTF Switch on to fault BRB Broken rotor bar detection The EMR-5000 has all of the same protection functions as the EMR-4000 with additional features. Enhanced protection functions 87M Differential current elements Typical one-line example ANSI protective elements guide 74 TCM 50X 50 50P 5 5P 50R CTS 7 5X SOTF 55 A/D CLPU 27A 5R /5 49S/ 5 59A 50J 2 2V LOP Protective elements key n = Elements available on all EMR models n = Elements available on EMR-4000 and EMR-5000 n = Elements available on EMR-5000 See Page for metering features U/O 8R 78V 27M 59M 5V Motor Load 4 87M 49/8 URTD Module EMR family ordering guide EMR A 0 B A Relay model 000 = Current protection relay 4000 = Current, voltage and power protection relay 5000 = Differential current, voltage and power protection relay EMR-000 hardware option A = 4 DI, 4 outputs, analog output, URTD interface, IRIG-B and small display B = 4 DI, 4 outputs, zone interlocking (ZI), URTD interface IRIG-B and small display EMR-4000 hardware option A = 8 DI, 5 outputs, 4 analog outputs, ZSI URTD interface, IRIG-B and small display EMR-5000 hardware option A = 6 DI, 9 outputs, ZSI, URTD interface, IRIG-B and large display B = 8 DI, 9 outputs, 2 analog inputs, 2 analog outputs, ZSI, URTD interface, IRIG-B and large display OR OR Hardware option 2 0 = Phase current 5 A / A, ground current 5 A / A, power supply range: 9 00 Vdc, Vac = Phase current 5 A / A, sensitive ground current 0.5 A / 0. A, power supply range: 9 00 Vdc, Vac Communication options B = Modbus/DNP RTU over RS-485 C = Modbus/DNP TCP over Ethernet RJ-45 D = PROFIBUS-DP over fiber optic ST E = PROFIBUS-DP over D-Sub / RS-485 F = Modbus RTU or DNP RTU over fiber optic ST G = Modbus/DNP RTU over D-Sub / RS-485 H = IEC 6850/Modbus/DNP TCP over Ethernet RJ-45 I = Modbus/DNP RTU over RS-485 or Modbus/DNP TCP over Ethernet RJ-45 K = IEC 6850/Modbus/DNP TCP over LC duplex L = Modbus/DNP TCP over LC duplex Mounting options 0 = Standard mount = Projection mount Conformal coating options A = None B = Conformal coated circuit boards EATON E-Series protective relays 5 Eaton s transformer relay family ETR Series Model comparison guide protective functions ETR-4000 Protection functions 46 Current unbalance elements 87R Dual-slope percentage restrained current differential with magnetizing inrush and over-excitation blocking 87H Unrestrained current differential 87GD Restricted ground fault / ground differential 50P Instantaneous overcurrent elements with timers 50R Instantaneous calculated elements with timers 50X Instantaneous measured elements with timers 5P Inverse time overcurrent elements 5Q Negative sequence phase overcurrent elements 5R Inverse time overcurrent calculated elements 5X Inverse time overcurrent measured elements Breaker failure elements 49 Temperature protection SOTF Switch onto fault protection CLPU Cold load pickup 74TCM Trip coil monitor ZI Zone selective interlocking for bus protection Breaker failure ETR-5000 The ETR-5000 has all of the same protection functions as the ETR-4000 with additional features. Enhanced protection functions 47 Voltage unbalance elements 27M/59M Main three-phase under/overvoltage protection 27A/59A Auxiliary single-phase under/overvoltage protection 8 Frequency elements that can be assigned to: overfrequency, underfrequency, rate of change or vector surge 2 Forward and reverse watts protection 2V Forward and reverse VARs protection 24 Over-excitation, volts-per-hertz protection 86 Lockout protection 5V Voltage restraint elements 27T Low voltage ride-through (LVRT) 27Q Reactive power and undervoltage LOP Loss of potential Typical one-line example protection function guide CTRL Winding Side Winding Side 2 TCM 87 87H TCM CTRL LOP 24 Protective elements key n = Functions on ETR-4000 n = Functions on ETR-4000 and ETR-5000 See Page for metering features. Inrush Bloc ZI 50P R 50X 5X ZI 50P R Inrush Bloc 59M 27M 8 5P QR 5P QR / 2V 49 CLPU SOTF 87G D 87G DH 59A 27A 5V circuit breaker. ETR family ordering guide ETR A 0 B A Relay model 4000 = Current and differential current protection relay 5000 = Differential current, voltage and power protection relay ETR-4000 hardware option A = 8 DI, 9 outputs, removable terminals, 2 zone interlocking (ZI) and URTD interface ETR-5000 hardware option A = 8 DI, 9 outputs, removable terminals, 2 zone interlocking (ZI) and URTD interface B = 8 DI, 9 outputs, 2 AI, 2 AO, removable terminals, zone interlocking (ZI) and URTD interface OR Communication options B = Modbus/DNP RTU over RS-485 C = Modbus/DNP TCP over Ethernet RJ-45 D = PROFIBUS-DP over fiber optic ST E = PROFIBUS-DP over D-Sub / RS-485 F = Modbus RTU or DNP RTU over fiber optic ST G = Modbus/DNP RTU over D-Sub / RS-485 H = IEC 6850/Modbus/DNP TCP over Ethernet RJ-45 I = Modbus/DNP RTU over RS-485 or Modbus/DNP TCP over Ethernet RJ-45 K = IEC 6850/Modbus/DNP TCP over LC duplex L = Modbus/DNP TCP over LC duplex Mounting options 0 = Standard mount = Projection mount Conformal coating options A = None B = Conformal coated circuit boards Hardware option 2 0 = Phase current 5 A / A, ground current 5 A / A, power supply range: 9 00 Vdc, Vac = Phase current 5 A / A, sensitive ground current 0.5 A / 0. A, power supply range: 9 00 Vdc, Vac 6 EATON E-Series protective relays Eaton s generator relay family EGR Series Model comparison guide protective functions EGR-5000 Protection functions 50 Breaker failure 50P Phase instantaneous overcurrent elements 50R Calculated ground or neutral instantaneous overcurrent elements 50X Measured ground or neutral instantaneous overcurrent elements 5P Phase overcurrent protection per time-current curve elements 5V Voltage restraint elements 5R Calculated ground fault protection per time-current curve elements 5X Measured ground or neutral fault protection per time-current curve elements 49/5 Thermal protection element 67P/67R/67X Directional overcurrent elements 46 Current unbalance elements 47 Voltage unbalance elements 27A/27M Auxiliary and main three-phase undervoltage elements 59A/59M Auxiliary and main three-phase overvoltage elements 59N Ground fault overvoltage element 8U/O Underfrequency and overfrequency elements 78V Vector surge element 55A/55D Apparent and displacement power factor elements 2 Forward and reverse watts elements 2V Forward and reverse VARs elements 24 Over-excitation, volts-per-hertz 27T Low voltage ride-through (LVRT) 27Q Reactive power and undervoltage (64S) 27TN/59N Stator ground fault 46G Generator unbalance 40 Loss of excitation 25 Sync check 79 Auto-reclosing 86 Lockout LOP Loss of potential CLPU Cold load pickup SG Wear Switchgear wear SOTF Switch on to fault CTS Current transformer supervision 74TCM Trip coil monitor ZI Zone selective interlocking 87 Phase current differential protection 87H Unrestrained high-set differential current protection 87GD Restricted ground fault protection 87GDH High set restricted ground fault protection 50/27 Inadvertent energization Typical one-line example ANSI protective elements pictorial guide Protective functions key n = EGR-5000 Functions 27A 59A See Page for metering features. 74 TCM 24 27M 47 59M 59M X 5X 87 GD G 2 2V 40 50/27 50P/ 5P 50/ 5V 55 LOP 67R 67X G CLPU SG Wear CTS SOTF 67P 67N 50R 5R R circuit breaker. EGR family ordering guide EGR A 0 B A Relay model 5000 = Differential current, voltage and power protection relay EGR-5000 hardware option A = 6 DI, 9 outputs, ZSI and URTD interface B = 8 DI, 9 outputs, 2 AI, 2 AO, ZSI and URTD interface Hardware option 2 0 = Phase current 5 A / A, ground current 5 A / A, power supply range: 9 00 Vdc, Vac = Phase current 5 A / A, sensitive ground current 0.5 A / 0. A, power supply range: 9 00 Vdc, Vac Communication options B = Modbus/DNP RTU over RS-485 C = Modbus/DNP TCP over Ethernet RJ-45 D = PROFIBUS-DP over fiber optic ST E = PROFIBUS-DP over D-Sub / RS-485 F = Modbus RTU or DNP RTU over fiber optic ST G = Modbus/DNP RTU over D-Sub / RS-485 H = IEC 6850/Modbus/DNP TCP over Ethernet RJ-45 I = Modbus/DNP RTU over RS-485 or Modbus/ DNP TCP over Ethernet RJ-45 K = IEC 6850/Modbus/DNP TCP over LC duplex L = Modbus/DNP TCP over LC duplex fiber optic Ethernet Mounting options 0 = Standard mount = Projection mount Conformal coating options A = None B = Conformal coated circuit boards EATON E-Series protective relays 7 Common software tools Quality Manager is a powerful waveform and events analysis software tool. Quality Manager allows the user to review and customize the waveform disturbance records downloaded from any of the E-Series family models. Features Zoom, scale and edit preferences for easy viewing and reporting 0 seconds maximum per record and 20 seconds total data storage (customizable) Select and group desired measurement channels for analysis Organize desired internal relay logic and I/O on the same timeline as the measurement channels for detailed sequence of events analysis Easily monitor the sampled values of the waveform record Download Quality Manager along with the PowerPort-E setting software at E-Series relay family standard accessories Description Catalog number Universal RTD module with Modbus RTU Vac / Vdc URTDII-0 Universal RTD module with Modbus RTU Vdc URTDII-02 m fiber optic cable for EMR, ETR or EGR relays / URTD communications MPF0-5 m fiber optic cable for EMR, ETR or EGR relays / URTD communications MPF0-5 0 m fiber optic cable for EMR, ETR or EGR relays / URTD communications MPF m fiber optic cable for EMR, ETR or EGR relays / URTD communications MPF m fiber optic cable for EMR, ETR or EGR relays / URTD communications MPFO-75 E-Series 000 IQ adapter kit, projection mounted. For retrofitting MP and FP series relays to EMR-000 and EDR-000 relays ER-IQRETROKIT E-Series mini USB cable 6 ft ESERIESUSBCBL Eaton 000 Eaton Boulevard Cleveland, OH 4422 United States Eaton.com 206 Eaton All Rights Reserved Printed in USA Publication No. BR02600EN / Z7866 February 206 Eaton is a registered trademark. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
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