SIPROTEC 5 & DIGSI 5 Training

  • The most complete training in DIGSI 5 & SIPROTEC 5 training (basic to advanced level)
  • By a reputed instructor ( Dr. Saeed Roostaee)
  • Face-to-face training
  • Location (we can manage it in our office or your office or a hotel nearby you)
  • Duration: 3 days (24 hours)

The following list provides an overview of the tasks we will do in this training:

  • DIGSI 5 Setup
  • Additional Steps upon First Time Use of DIGSI 5
  • DIGSI 5 startup
  • DIGSI 5 and SIPROTEC 5 Vs. DIGSI 4 and SIPROTEC 4
  • User Interface, Project, and Project Tree
  • Creating a topology as a single-line configuration
  • Incorporating SIPROTEC 5 devices into the topology
  • Configuring hardware of a SIPROTEC 5 device
  • Defining the functional scope of a SIPROTEC 5 device
  • Defining individual function settings
  • Routing information
  • Editing display pages
  • Configuring function charts (CFC)
  • Configuring the communication network and setting communication settings
  • Displaying saved measured values and indications
  • Displaying saved fault records and evaluating them with SIGRA
  • Exporting and printing data
  • Creating test sequences
  • Transmitting settings values from DIGSI 5 to the SIPROTEC 5 device
  • Transmitting settings values from the SIPROTEC 5 device to DIGSI 5 and saving them in files
  • Transmitting indications, measured values, and fault records from the SIPROTEC 5 device to DIGSI 5 and saving them in files
  • Setting limiting values
  • Testing SIPROTEC 5 devices and functions
  • Controlling equipment
  • Initial startup or restart of the SIPROTEC 5 device
  • Setting the date and time of the SIPROTEC 5 device
  • Several versions of one device type
  • Working Offline and Online with SIPROTEC 5 device
  • Managing Device Drivers
  • Firmware for SIPROTEC 5 devices
  • Firmware for communication modules
  • Communication protocols
  • Communication mappings
  • Checking for New DIGSI 5 Version
  • Library elements
  • Elements for the hardware catalog
  • Selecting an application template
  • Open the DIGSI 5 Information Routing to route information with complete details
  • Open the DIGSI 5 Display Editor to edit display pages with complete details
  • Open the DIGSI 5 Function-Chart (CFC) Editor to configure additional functions such as interlockings with complete details
  • Open the DIGSI 5 Network View to configure a communication network with complete details
  • Display saved measured values and indications in DIGSI 5 and SIPROTEC 5 with complete details
  • Display saved fault records in DIGSI 5 with complete details
  • Export and print data in DIGSI 5 with complete details
  • Transfer indications, measured values, and fault records from the SIPROTEC 5 device to DIGSI 5 with complete details
  • Test SIPROTEC 5 devices and functions using the test suit in DIGSI 5 with complete details
  • Control Equipment with complete details
  • Find and edit SIPROTEC 5 devices connected to a network with complete details
  • Config and parameters of the SIPROTEC 5 Overcurrent protection phases 50/51
  • Config and parameters of the SIPROTEC 5 Overcurrent protection, ground 50N/51N
  • Config and parameters of the SIPROTEC 5 Directional overcurrent protection 67
  • Config and parameters of the SIPROTEC 5 Negative sequence 46
  • Config and parameters of the SIPROTEC 5 Voltage-dependent overcurrent protection 51V
  • Config and parameters of the SIPROTEC 5 Directional overcurrent protection, ground 67N
  • Communication mapping
  • Device settings
  • Time settings
  • Power system data
  • Measuring points info and settings
  • Fault recorder settings
  • CT connection types
  • VT connection types
  • Circuit-breaker function group
  • Voltage-current 3-phase function group
  • Entering settings based on secondary, primary, or percent
  • Current-flow criterion:
  • Closure detection:
  • Current thresh. CB open parameter
  • Output time parameter
  • Blk. Op. Ind. & Fault Rec. parameter
  • Reference value parameter
  • Current limitation Imax parameter
  • 7SJ8x Overcurrent Protection Functions
  • SIPROTEC relay families with the features and applications
  • SIPROTEC 7SX800
  • SIPROTEC 5 family
  • Browser-based user interface
  • Checking and adjusting the values of a specific setting
  • Comparing the values of 2 or more devices
  • Checking a setting value against a user-defined setting to verify whether the setting value differs from the default value specified by Siemens
  • Querying a value in order to adjust a test case, for example to preset the tripping current
  • Viewing all types of measured values, for example, functional measured values and derived values such as the minimum/maximum and mean values
  • Displaying the deviation of the expected measured-value quality.
  • Explain & Config signal “fault log is full”
  • Setting-History Log
  • Operational Log
  • Fault Log
  • Fault Definition
  • Ground-Fault Log
  • Motor-Starting Log
  • Security Log
  • Device-Diagnosis Log
  • Communication Log
  • Communication-Supervision Log
  • Reading Fault Records
  • Config Sampled values of analog measuring inputs (currents and voltages) in the DIGSI 5 & SIPROTEC 5 fault-record
  • Config Internal measured values of measured value preprocessing in DIGSI 5
  • Config Internal function and operational measured values in SIPROTEC 5 fault recorder
  • Config SIPROTEC 5 Binary status signals (internal or external) into the fault recorders
  • User-Defined Configuration of the Start Criterion for Fault Recording
  • Spontaneous indication in DIGSI 5
  • Copy online SIPROTEC 5 device to the DIGSI 5 project
  • And much more will be added soon …

Additional information:

SIPROTEC 5 IO Modules:

  • SIPROTEC 5 IO201 with 8 binary inputs, 6 binary outputs (6 fast relays), 4 current transformers
  • SIPROTEC 5 IO202 with 8 Binary inputs, 6 Binary outputs (6 Fast relays), 4 Current transformers, and 4 Voltage transformers
  • SIPROTEC 5 IO203 with 4 binary inputs, 4 binary outputs (4 fast relays), 8 current transformers
  • SIPROTEC 5 IO205 with 12 Binary inputs and 16 Binary outputs (16 Standard relays)
  • SIPROTEC 5 IO206 with 6 binary inputs and 7 binary outputs (7 standard relays)
  • SIPROTEC 5 IO207 with 16 binary inputs and 8 binary outputs
  • SIPROTEC 5 IO208 with 4 binary inputs and 11 binary outputs, 4 current transformers, and 4 voltage transformers
  • SIPROTEC 5IO209 with 8 Binary inputs and 4 Binary outputs
  • SIPROTEC 5 IO214 with 2 Binary inputs, 5 Binary outputs (5 Fast relays), 4 Current transformers, and 4 Voltage transformers
  • SIPROTEC 5 CB202 for 3 Plug-in modules, port positions M, N, P

more details on SIPROTEC 5 Hardware Description

SIPROTEC 5 relays and fields of application
SIPROTEC 5 relays

The spontaneous indication log which is available in online mode is a very good tool for testing and commissioning the SIPROTEC 5 devices. This log shows the indications immediately at the moment of occurrence (No wait for a cyclical update or initiating the manual update).

DIGSI 5 spontaneous indication

DIGSI 5 & SIPROTEC 5 topics:

Parameter set, Connection to an online device, Updating firmware, showing truncated texts completely, Showing tooltips, The Add new device entry is an action. This lets you open a dialog to add a new SIPROTEC 5 device./ Open the Device View to configure the hardware of a SIPROTEC 5 device. Adjusting Working Area, Maximizing the DIGSI 5 working area, Minimizing DIGSI 5 working-area objects, Splitting the working area vertically or horizontally in DIGSI 5, Separating objects from the DIGSI 5 working area, Restoring the working area, Starting to Add Using the Project Tree in DIGSI 5, Single-line and display elements in DIGSI 5, Global DIGSI 5 Library, Starting to Add Using the Single-Line Configuration and the Library, Select Voltage Variant, Select function point class, And port J functionality, Application Template, Communication firmware version, Network view, and device view, Plug-in modules, Siprotec 5 online configurator, Update short product code list /TNS list, For instance, line protection, SIPROTEC 5 7SA, SIPROTEC 5 7sa82, SIPROTEC 5 7sa86, SIPROTEC 5 7sa87, SIPROTEC 5 7SJ, SIPROTEC 5 7SD, SIPROTEC 5 7SL, SIPROTEC 5 7VK, Overcurrent protection, phases 50/51, Overcurrent protection, ground 50N/51N, Directional overcurrent protection 67, Negative sequence 46, Voltage-dependent overcurrent protection 51V, Directional overcurrent protection, ground 67N

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