TESLA 4000 SV manual


TESLA 4000 Power System Recorder with CDR, PMU and IEC 61850 process and station bus protocols Model 4000-SV

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Application using IEC 61850 in Digital Substations

Lower Installation Cost - quickly exchange data over the station LAN without wiring separate links for each relay
Lower Extension Costs - add devices and applications into an existing IEC 61850 system with minimal impact, if any, on existing equipment
Lower Integration Costs – to integrate substation data into the enterprise, use same networking technology widely used across the utility
TESLA 4000 provides support for IEC 61850-9-2LE process bus Sampled Values and IEC 61850-8-1 station bus applications. It implements mapping according to IEC 61850 edition 2 logical nodes and data models.

Use the TESLA 4000 to subscribe sampled values streams from merging units. Apply the Model 4000-SV to publish and subscribe to GOOSE messages from protective relays and switchgear. The Model 4000-SV also supports direct streaming of MMS reports to remote clients, eliminating the need for RTUs. The Model 4000-SV supports the top-down or bottom-up engineering process defined in the IEC 61850-6 standard. Such flexibility permits standardization and interoperability of fault and disturbance recording solutions as the industry moves towards fully digital substations.


Complete integrated insight of power system health
Performance monitoring of substation IEDs and equipment
Over 1000 user settable triggers capture vital information that could be missed by relays in the system
Information provided for wide area monitoring (WAMS) and analysis
As a PMU, streams up to 36 phasors, 24 analog quantities, and 64 digital statuses simultaneously
Specific Benefits of IEC 61850-Based Fault and Disturbance Recording System

Savings on costly wiring runs from instrument transformers (located in substation yards) to conventional DFRs located in substation control house
Practical elimination of CT saturation by eliminating copper cabling between CTs and DFRs
Absence of open CT secondary improves operational safety
Ease of commissioning, future modification, and expansion
Continuous self-monitoring capability using the IEC 61850 GOOSE repetition mechanism and IEC 61850 Edition 2 LGOS/LSVS logical nodes
Interoperability of DFR systems and protective relaying systems using common measurements available from merging units
Features and benefits

Easy-to-use setting and analysis software
GOOSE subscription and publishing on any port
IEC 61850 Edition 2 support
Double point status (DPS) data type support
CDR meets NERC PRC-002 DME standards
Standard state-of-the-art communications (4 rear ports, 100BASE-TX RJ-45 or 100BASE-FX 1300 nm multimode optical with ST style connector to accommodate the industry's latest network-based communications)
Optional PRP and RSTP network port redundancy (4 rear ports, 100BASE-TX RJ-45 or 100BASE-FX 1300 nm multimode optical with LC style connector)
Ethernet ports with unique MAC addresses that easily accommodate network access security needs
Time synchronization via either IRIG-B or via SNTP or PTP protocols
Circular sequent of events report buffer of 1000 events
Sampling rate configurable at 80 or 256 s/c apply to all 36 channels
Recording of logic channels in fault and swing recordings
IEEE C37.118-2014 and IEEE/IEC 60255-118-1-2018 compliant
Swing records with a sampling rate of 1 s/c
Standard storage memory of 16 GB

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