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IEC 60255-13

Electrical Relays Part 13: Biased (Percentage) Differential Relays

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 January 1980
Status: active
Page Count: 28
ICS Code (Relays): 29.120.70
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This standard specifies the performance requirements of electrically biased (percentage) differential relays. These relays constitute a particular sub-family of measuring relays with more than one input energizing quantity as defined in IEC Publication 255-6, Electrical Relays, Part 6: Measuring Relays with More than One Input Energizing Quantity, and the parameters whose values are to be declared by the manufacturer of such relays. It also specifies methods of presentation of the characteristics and performance of these relays.

 

This standard applies to relays designed for the detection of faults particularly in a.c. generators, motors and transformers. It does not apply to relays designed for busbar protection, nor does it apply to current differential (e.g. pilot wire) relays used for the protection of transbission lines. This standard covers the majority of biased (percentage) differential relays and also, for example, those where the restraint percentage increases as the through-current increases. For particular cases, supplementary requirements may be stated in national standards.

All tests in this standard are type tests.

This standard applies only to relays in a new condition.

Document History

IEC 60255-13
January 1, 1980
Electrical Relays Part 13: Biased (Percentage) Differential Relays
This standard specifies the performance requirements of electrically biased (percentage) differential relays. These relays constitute a particular sub-family of measuring relays with more than one...

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