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Playing a cable box or other component. Adjusting for audio delay. Getting digital audio from a source. Choosing other options. Listening to the radio. Creating a preset. Removing a station from a preset.

REFERENCE

Replacing remote batteries. Protecting the system. Cleaning the media center. Cleaning the speakers. Troubleshooting. For Customer Service. Limited warranty. Technical Information.
ADJUSTMENTS TO THE PERFORMANCE
Changing system features. 47 To get to the System menu. 47 Selecting a new option. 48 Audio options. Video options. Media center options. Stored CDs options. Choosing new settings. To get to the Settings menu. Settings options. 57
END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE PROTECTIONS 71 DEVICE CODES A-1
INTRODUCTION Before you begin
Thank you for purchasing the 321 DVD home entertainment system. Using Bose proprietary signal processing technology, the 321 system provides improved spaciousness from stereo recordings and bold movie effects for surround-sound sources. System features include: Small, easy-to-place shelf speakers Easy-to-hide Acoustimass module Integrated DVD/CD player and AM/FM tuner Remote and media center controls HDMI video connection to your TV Audio In connectors for three components Your choice of language for text displays New ways to enjoy your favorite CD tracks with the uMusic intelligent playback system What is a uMusic system? This system features breakthrough Bose technology that enables you to: Store your favorite music in a library with capacity for approximately 200 hours of music (about 200 CDs). Teach the system which tracks you like or dislike, so it automatically plays the music you want to hear most.

Svenska INTRODUCTION

For your records
As you unpack the system, look for the serial numbers on the rear of the Acoustimass module and the bottom of the media center.
This is a good time to record the serial numbers on the lines below and on your product registration card. You may need them if you ever contact Bose Customer Service. Acoustimass module serial number: ________________________________________________ Media center serial number: _______________________________________________ Dealer name: ________________________________________________
Acoustimass module serial number
Dealer phone: ________________________________________________ Purchase date: ________________________________________________ We suggest you keep your sales receipt and the warranty information (on the product registration card) together with this owners guide.

Stereo audio cable

5. Select the audio cable that has red and white plugs at each end.

White plug Red plug

Your cable box, satellite box, or other component
Svenska SETUP 6. Check to see if your cable or satellite box has red and white AUDIO OUT connectors. A red and white audio cable may (a) or may not (b) already be attached to these connectors.
3. To use the AUDIO OUT connectors, follow a or b as appropriate. a. If an audio cable is already attached Disconnect the cable from the TV only.
b. If an audio cable is not yet attached Connect the cable to your cable or satellite box. Be sure to connect red to red and white to white.
c. If there are no AUDIO OUT connectors at all, continue with 6 on page 22.
4. Insert the plugs at the other end of the audio cable into the CBLSAT AUDIO IN connectors on the media center.
To connect another component
In addition to your cable or satellite box, you can connect a second component, like a VCR. For this you need another audio cable with red and white plugs, available at most electronics stores. 1. Use this additional cable to connect to the AUDIO OUT on your component. Follow the method used in steps 1-3 on the previous pages.
2. Connect the other end of this cable to the AUDIO IN AUX on the 321 system media center.
To get digital audio from the component
For a component that is already connected to the media center, you can make a digital audio connection too. For this higher quality audio, you need a digital audio cable that works with your component. Such cables are available at most electronics stores. 1. Identify the digital connector on your component as either an Optical or Coaxial connector.
3. Connect one end of your digital cable to the digital AUDIO OUT connector on your component. Be sure to keep the red and white audio cable connected. This allows you to hear the audio if the program audio is not digital or the digital signal is interrupted. 4. Locate the appropriate digital AUDIO IN connector, labeled D, on the system media center.

Coaxial Optical

2. Be sure to use the right cable for this connector.

Optical OR Coaxial

You can make: up to 3 coaxial connections up to 2 coaxial and one optical connection
Note: If your component has an Optical and a Coaxial connector, use either one but not both.
Note: The media center Optical connector is factory set to work with a cable or satellite box. If your Optical component is neither of those, you need to select your component in an on-screen System menu. See Getting digital audio from a source on page 45.
5. Plug the other end of your digital cable into the appropriate AUDIO IN connector on the media center.
To use video pass through

Setting a restriction level 1. Choose a Parental Control Setting from the chart of ratings defined by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). Ratings supplied by the MPAA
Parental Control Setting G PG-13 PG NC-17 R MPAA Rating Audience Restriction None Adult audiences Mature audiences Mature teenage audiences Teenage audiences Mature young audiences Most audiences General
2. In the System menu, select DVD Lock and enter your password. 3. Use the arrow buttons to reach Lock UnRated Discs and select Yes. 4. Move down to Lock Discs Rated Above and right to the numbers. 5. Press the up or down arrow button to select a number. Any numbers above this selection will be restricted by password protection. 6. Press ENTER to save this setting and Exit to move out of the System menu.
The numbers above the one you select will be restricted.
Playing a cable box or other component
1. Press the button for the source (CBLSAT or AUX) you want to play. This turns on the 321 system to the selected source. 2. Turn on your component and, if it is a video source, turn on the TV. If the 321 remote is set to control the component, you can press the source On/Off button on the remote. 3. Choose the proper Video Input on your TV if the source is a video component.
Adjusting for audio delay
While playing a DVD, you may notice that the picture and audio are not in perfect sync. For example, you see a persons lips move after you hear the words. To make small adjustments to this timing, use the audio delay setting on the 321 system: 1. Press the Settings button on the 321 remote control. The Settings menu appears on screen. 2. Move down to the audio delay icon ENTER. and press
3. Select an adjustment (1-8) and wait to see if this corrects the problem. Each selection makes a minute timing adjustment. It may be difficult to notice the change.
Getting digital audio from a source
For an Optical digital audio connection to the media center, the connected component must be recognized by the system. Currently, the system is set to recognize CBLSAT as the Optical component. If the Optical connection is for a different component: 1. Display the 321 system menu on the TV by pressing System. 2. Move right to the Media Center icon ENTER. and press

Choosing other options

The 321 system provides optional settings and adjustments to meet your specific needs. For example you can: Set a countdown time for the system to turn off automatically. Choose another language for text on the media center display and in system menus. Adjust the bass or treble audio compensation. Change the image format on your TV screen. Note: Your TV may provide an on-screen menu to make changes to the video image. For a full list and description of these options, see Adjustments to the performance on page 47.
3. Move down to Optical Source and press ENTER. 4. Move up or down to select a component from the list and press ENTER. 5. Press Exit to leave the System menu. Note: When using your 321 system with the TV, turn the volume on your TV set all the way down. This prevents an echo effect from two sets of speakers playing.

Off (On)

Note: If selecting On distorts your screen, press the remote up arrow to reselect Off.
Note: With an HDMI connection, you will not see the On option. The HDMI cable automatically senses your TV capabilities and applies progressive scan as appropriate.

Media center options

These options affect general operation of the system. Option

Display Brightness

4 (1 to 4)
Media center display shows text at its brightest. Choosing a lower number darkens text on the display. On-screen display menus appear in the selected language.

Display Language

English (Dansk, Deutsch, Espaol, Franais, Italiano, Nederlands, Svenska)

Optical Source

CBLSAT (TV, AUX)
Set for a component connected by Optical cable to the CBLSAT AUDIO IN on the 321 media center. Identifies a different component connected by Optical cable to the media center. Applies the regional standard for incremental spacing between AM and FM stations.

Tuner Spacing

US (European)

Bose Link Room Code

Links the 321 system to a unique code so it works with Bose link as a second room sound source.
(C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, or O) Bose link expansion is a Lifestyle system feature.

uMusic Preset

1 (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)
The Preset selected for making edits.

uMusic Preset Action

Edit Name Clear Playlist Clear Ratings
Opens a screen for naming or renaming the selected uMusic Preset. Empties the system playlist. Deletes all ratings entered in the selected uMusic Preset. Maintains your established changes in the Settings menu. Returns all of your selections in the Settings menu to the original factory settings.

Restore Settings

No (Yes)

Choosing new settings

You can use the 321 Settings menus for quick adjustments while you watch a video or listen to music.
To get to the Settings menu
1. Use the 321 remote to select the audio or video source that you want to change. 2. Press the Settings button. The Settings menu that affects this source appears on your media center display. It also appears on screen if your TV is on and you select the proper TV Video Input. 3. Move up or down to the option you want and press ENTER. 4. Move right to select a new setting for that option and press ENTER. 5. Press Exit to leave the Settings menu. The Settings menu appears as a vertical bar of icons. To familiarize yourself with the icons, see Settings options on pages 55-59.
For example, if you want to change the screen resolution for DVDs, you will find that option in the TV Settings menu. To see these options, enter the Settings menu for the selected source. Symbols and definitions for the options that are offered appear on screen. Note: Some of the settings made while you are playing a particular source are temporary. When you change sources or turn off the system, these settings revert to the factory selections.

No sound

Increase the volume. Check to see if MUTE is lit on the display. If it is, press the Mute button on the remote control to unmute the sound. Be sure that you have pressed the correct source button (CDDVD, CBLSAT, etc.) on the 321 remote. Check the audio connections for the component you want to play. Connect the FM and AM antennas. Make sure that the cable between the Acoustimass module and the media center is connected securely. Check connections between the speakers and the Acoustimass module. Turn off the media center for 60 seconds, then on again, to restore communication between the media center and the speakers. Make sure speaker cables are not damaged and the connections are secure. Reduce the volume level on the external device playing through the 321 system speakers. Try plugging your system into a different AC outlet. Check to see if your media center and its audio input cable are within 3 ft (1 m) of any other electronic or electrical device. Some examples are a TV, cable box, VCR, wireless internet router, dimmer switches, blinking lights, or microwaves. Move the media center farther away and notice if the humming still occurs.
Sound is distorted Sound is marred by a loud hum or buzz
No sound from TV only Speech and lip movement on screen are not in sync Radio does not work or has poor reception
If your TV has Variable instead of Fixed audio output, you need to turn off the TV speakers internally. Refer to your TV owners guide and follow the instructions provided there. Adjust the Audio Delay using the Settings menu on screen. For details, refer to Choosing new settings on page 54. Make sure the antennas are connected and positioned as shown in Installing the FM and AM radio antennas on page 25. Adjust the FM antenna position to reduce interference. Move antennas farther from the media center, TV, or other electronic equipment. Select another station. You may be in an area of weak signal coverage for some stations. Change the Audio Level for the source input so its volume matches the volume of the radio and DVD in the Bose system. Refer to Audio options on page 49.
Volume level changes when another sound source is selected

Remote issues

321 remote does not control your TV, CBLSAT, or AUX component
Make sure that the remote is set to control the component. Refer to Setting the remote for your TV on page 31. Make sure that the front of the component is not obstructed. Reset the remote using a different device code for the component you want to control. Refer to Device codes located at back of the book. There may be several codes that can turn the component on and off, but only one that provides further control (channel changing, for example). Aim the remote at the front of the media center. Make sure the battery polarity (+ and ) matches the polarity marked in the battery compartment. Install new batteries. Refer to Replacing remote batteries on page 60.

Note: If you are using the HDMI cable between the TV and media center, there are other possible solutions in Sound, but no picture on the previous page. Disc wont eject

Lock DVD password lost

Enter the password 2673 to gain entry to the Lock DVD screen.

Storing issues

NO LABEL appears on the media center display when your music is playing or storing
If the CD is a recent release, it may not be in the catalog of music installed in the system. The uMusic system uses this catalog of information to identify and classify the CDs you store. When you are registered with Bose, a music information update CD is sent out periodically. Be sure to register your system if you have not. For now, you can manually enter information using the Stored CD edit screen (Refer to Choosing new settings on page 54). Turn off the system, wait 30 minutes, and try again. To store another 10 CDs, turn the system off overnight before you begin storing again. Note: When you store a CD, the tracks are first placed in a holding area with space for up to 10 CDs. If the holding area is full, the message appears. For more information about storing CDs, refer to the INTRODUCING uMusic Intelligent Playback System booklet provided with the system.
BUSY PROCESSING CDs appears on the media center display and the system wont allow you to store more CDs

For customer service

For additional help in solving problems, contact Bose Customer Service. Refer to the address sheet included in the carton.

Antennas

FM 75 external FM antenna AM external AM antenna
Maximum ambient temperature

104F (40C)

Limited warranty
This system is covered by a transferable limited warranty. Details of the limited warranty are provided on the Product Registration Card that came with your system.

Dimensions

Media center: 3"H x 13"W x 10"D (8.3 cm x 34.9 cm x 25.4 cm)
Remote control: 8"H x 2"W x 9"D (3.0 cm x 6.5 cm x 22.9 cm) Speakers: 2"H x 5"W x 4"D (6.4 cm x 14 cm x 10.5 cm)

H HDCP An abbreviation for High-bandwidth Digital
Content Protection. HDCP is a form of Digital Rights Management licensed by Digital Content Protection, LLC, to control digital audio and video content as it travels across Digital Visual Interface (DVI) or HighDefinition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) connections. (It prevents unauthorized copying of programs.) HDMI An abbreviation for High-Definition Multimedia Interface. HDMI is a de-facto standard interface that delivers clear, all-digital audio and video via a single cable. HDTV An abbreviation for High-Definition TV, a digital television format that delivers sharper picture quality with more lines of resolution. HDTV offers a much better picture quality than standard television.
N NTSC An abbreviation for National Television System
Committee and the label for its video format standard used for televisions in the U.S. and other countries. between a source device and your 321 system. format used extensively in Western Europe.
O Optical cable Carries digital audio via optical fiber P PAL An acronym for the Phase Alternate Line video
PCM An abbreviation for Pulse Code Modulation. A common form of digital audio signal. Progressive scan A video format that displays all lines of the picture frame in a single pass and refreshes the TV image 30 times per second. Not compatible with all video displays. PVR Refer to DVR.
I IR An abbreviation for infrared. Pertains to the type of
remote that sends/receives commands on an infrared light beam.
R RDS A system that displays radio broadcast station
L Letterbox A video format that has an aspect ratio M MP3 This is a compressed audio format (MPEG-1
Layer III) that allows the recording of many hours of music on a single CD.
and programming information. This feature is available on European systems only. Resolution The sharpness of a video image, signal, or display, generally described either in terms of lines of resolution or pixels.
wider than 4:3 (refer to Aspect ratio) and is shown with black bars above and below the picture.
MPEG An abbreviation for Moving Picture Experts Group, the committee of experts from the audio, video, and computer industries involved in setting standards for compression of moving images.

S SCART A type of connector commonly found on
Screen ratio See Aspect ratio.
consumer electronics products manufactured for use in Western Europe. Source Any device that provides audio or video signals for use with the 321 system. The AUDIO OUT from such a device connects to the AUDIO IN on the media center S-Video A video signal that separates the black and white from the color information. S-Video provides higher resolution than Composite video, but not as high as Component video. This type of connection requires use of an S-Video cable.
V Video CD A compact disc (CD) that contains video. W Widescreen A TV having an aspect ratio of 16:9 with
a picture shape that is 16 units wide by 9 units high. (Refer to Aspect ratio.)
Y YPbPr See Component video.
T Teletext An information retrieval service provided by
television broadcast companies in Europe and some other countries, not including the U.S. Title A main component of contents on a DVD. There can be several titles on a DVD, one of which may be a movie.
IMPORTANT: READ CAREFULLY: This End User License Agreement (EULA) is a legal agreement between you, the End User (End User or You), and Bose Corporation (Bose) governing your use of the technology and software and data and data content belonging to Bose, its vendors and licensors (Technology), that is contained in this audio/video device (System). By tearing open the protective wrapping on this System, you are agreeing to be bound by the terms of this EULA. In the event you disagree with any of the terms contained herein, DO NOT UNWRAP THIS SYSTEM. Return the sealed System to Bose Corporation for a full refund.
Copyright laws and international copyright treaties, as well as other intellectual property laws and treaties protect the Technology contained within this System. The Technology is being licensed, not sold. This EULA grants you the right to use the Technology only on this Bose System. You may NOT transfer, lend, distribute, prepare derivative works, reverse engineer, de-compile, or disassemble the Technology, except and only to the extent that applicable law expressly permits such activity. You agree that you will use the Technology and the System solely for your own personal non-commercial use. The Technology contains software that allows You to obtain vendor-supplied music-related information, including name, artist, track, and title information (Data). You may use Data only by means of the intended End User functions of the Technology. You agree not to assign, copy, transfer or transmit such Data to any third party. YOU AGREE NOT TO USE OR EXPLOIT DATA EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PERMITTED HEREIN. You agree that your non-exclusive license to use the Technology will terminate if you violate these restrictions. If your license terminates, you agree to cease any and all use of the Technology or Data. Bose, its vendors and licensors reserve all rights in the Technology, including all ownership rights. You agree that the vendors and licensors of Bose may enforce their rights under this Agreement directly in their own name. Bose warrants this System in accordance with the provisions of the warranty card delivered with this System. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH THEREIN, BOSE, ITS VENDORS, AND ITS LICENSORS HEREBY DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, AND STATUTORY, IN CONNECTION WITH THE TECHNOLOGY, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, NONINFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT WILL BOSE, ITS VENDORS, OR ITS LICENSORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE TECHNOLOGY. IN NO EVENT SHALL BOSE BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES. None of the Technology shall be exported or re-exported in violation of any export provisions of the United States or any other applicable jurisdiction. Any attempt to sublicense, assign or transfer any of the rights, duties or obligations hereunder shall be void. This Agreement shall be governed by and interpreted under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, without regard to its conflicts of law provisions. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS AGREEMENT AND AGREE TO BE BOUND BY ITS TERMS. YOU FURTHER AGREE THAT THIS AGREEMENT IS THE COMPLETE AND EXCLUSIVE STATEMENT OF THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND BOSE AND SUPERCEDES ANY PROPOSAL OR PRIOR AGREEMENT, ORAL OR WRITTEN, AND ANY OTHER COMMUNICATIONS RELATING TO THE SUBJECT MATTER OF THIS AGREEMENT.

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California Independent System Operator Corporation
September 30, 2010 VIA ELECTRONIC FILING The Honorable Kimberly D. Bose Secretary Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 888 First Street, NE Washington, D.C. 20246 Re: California Independent System Operator Corporation Compliance Filing Docket No. ER10-1706-000
Dear Secretary Bose: The California Independent System Operator Corporation (ISO)1 submits this filing in compliance with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commissions August 31, 2010 order on tariff revisions in the above-referenced proceeding.2 In its August 2010 Order, the Commission accepted in part and rejected in part the ISOs proposed tariff revisions relating to interconnection requirements for asynchronous generating facilities. I. Background
On July 2, 2010, the ISO submitted proposed tariff revisions relating to interconnection requirements for large asynchronous generating facilities. The ISOs proposed requirements included capabilities for low voltage ride through and frequency rise-through, power factor design and reactive power, voltage regulation and generator power management. The majority of the ISOs proposed tariff changes appeared in two new large generator interconnection agreements that would apply to interconnection customers in the serial study group (Appendix BB to the ISO tariff) and interconnection customers subject to a cluster study group (Appendix CC to the ISO tariff. The ISO requested an effective date of July 3, 2010 for these requirements, which would apply to interconnection customers that either had not executed or had
The ISO is sometimes referred to CAISO. Capitalized terms not otherwise defined herein have the meanings set forth in the Master Definitions Supplement, Appendix A to the currently effective ISO tariff. The ISO is submitting this filing in compliance with Order No. 714, Electronic Tariff Filings, FERC Stats. & Regs. 31,276 (2009).
California Indep. Sys. Operator Corp., 132 FERC 61,196 (2010) (August 2010 Order)
The Honorable Kimberly D. Bose September 30, 2010 Page 2 of 4 not been tendered a large generator interconnection agreement by this date. The ISO also requested that the Commission exempt interconnection customers from the new low voltage ride through requirements if those customers demonstrate, as of May 18, 2010, a binding commitment to purchase inverters for thirty percent or more of the facilitys maximum generating capacity that are incapable of complying with the new low voltage ride through requirements. In its August 2010 Order, the Commission accepted the ISOs proposed tariff revisions regarding frequency and low voltage ride through requirements applicable to all asynchronous generating facilities. But the Commission rejected the ISOs proposal to exempt interconnection customers who demonstrate as of May 18, 2010 a binding commitment to purchase inverters for thirty percent or more of the facilitys maximum generating capacity that are incapable of complying with these requirements. 3 The August 2010 Order directs the ISO to change its proposed May 18, 2010 date to July 3, 2010. The Commission also accepted the ISOs proposed tariff revisions to exempt asynchronous generating facilities from the requirement to provide power system stabilizers and to specify that interconnection customers provide standard study models to the extent such models are available. The August 2010 Order granted a waiver prior notice requirements for the accepted tariff provisions and authorized an effective date for those provisions of July 3, 2010. The Commission rejected without prejudice a number of the ISOs proposed interconnection requirements, including requirements related to power factor design and operation, voltage regulation and reactive power control, and generator power management. 4 II. Proposed Tariff Modifications on Compliance
Pursuant to the Commissions August 2010 Order, the ISO proposes the following changes to its proposed tariff revisions to Appendices BB and CC of its tariff: Delete Article 9.6.2.2 pertaining to voltage control and governor control for asynchronous generating facilities. Modify Appendix H, Section A.i to provides an exemption for asynchronous generating facility if it can demonstrate to the ISO a binding commitment as of July 3, 2010 to purchase inverters for thirty (30) percent or more of the Generating Facilitys maximum Generating Facility Capacity that are incapable of complying with the requirements. Modify Appendix H, Section A.iii to delete proposed tariff language relating to power factor design and operating requirements and include existing tariff

August 2010 Order at PP 66-72. August 2010 Order at PP 45-48, 54-55, 87-89.
The Honorable Kimberly D. Bose September 30, 2010 Page 3 of 4 language relating to power factor design criteria from the ISOs currently approved large generator interconnection requirements for wind generators. Delete Appendix H, Section A.iv relating to voltage regulation and reactive power control requirements. Delete Appendix H, Section A.v relating to generator plant power management requirements. Modify Appendix H, Section A.vi to delete proposed tariff language relating to supervisory control and data acquisition and automated dispatch system capability and include existing tariff language relating to supervisory control and data acquisition criteria from the ISOs currently approved large generator interconnection requirements for wind generators. III. Materials Provided In This Compliance Filing The following documents, in addition to this transmittal letter, support this filing: Attachment A Clean sheets of the currently effective tariff showing revisions described in this filing Sheets showing, in black-line format, the changes to the currently effective tariff described in this filing

Attachment B

Conclusion
The ISO respectfully requests that the Commission accept this filing as complying with the directives of the Commissions August 2010 Order. Please do not hesitate to contact the undersigned if you have any questions. Respectfully submitted,
By: ss/Andrew Ulmer Nancy Saracino General Counsel Grant Rosenblum Senior Counsel Andrew Ulmer Senior Counsel California Independent System Operator Corporation 151 Blue Ravine Road Folsom, CA 95630 Tel: (916) 608-7182 Fax: (916) 608-7246 E-mail: amckenna@caiso.com
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE I hereby certify that I have served the foregoing document upon all of the parties listed on the official service list for the captioned proceeding, in accordance with the requirements of Rule 2010 of the Commissions Rules of Practice and Procedure (18 C.F.R. 385.2010). Dated at Folsom, California this 30th day of September 2010.
SS: Jane Ostapovich Jane Ostapovich
Attachment A Clean IRRP Compliance Filing California Independent System Operator Corporation Fifth Replacement FERC Electric Tariff

CAISO TARIFF APPENDIX BB

Standard Large Generator Interconnection Agreement
*** ARTICLE 9. OPERATIONS 9.6 Reactive Power. 9.6.1 Power Factor Design Criteria. For all Generating Facilities other than Asynchronous Generating Facilities, the Interconnection Customer shall design the Large Generating Facility to maintain a composite power delivery at continuous rated power output at the terminals of the Electric Generating Unit at a power factor within the range of 0.95 leading to 0.90 lagging, unless the CAISO has established different requirements that apply to all generators in the Balancing Authority Area on a comparable basis. For Asynchronous Generating Facilities, the Interconnection Customer shall design the Large Generating Facility to maintain power factor criteria in accordance with Appendix H of this LGIA. Voltage Schedules. Once the Interconnection Customer has synchronized an Electric Generating Unit with the CAISO Controlled Grid, the CAISO or Participating TO shall require the Interconnection Customer to maintain a voltage schedule by operating the Electric Generating Unit to produce or absorb reactive power within the design limitations of the Electric Generating Unit set forth in Article 9.6.1 (Power Factor Design Criteria). CAISOs voltage schedules shall treat all sources of reactive power in the Balancing Authority Area in an equitable and not unduly discriminatory manner. The Participating TO shall exercise Reasonable Efforts to provide the Interconnection Customer with such schedules at least one (1) day in advance, and the CAISO or Participating TO may make changes to such schedules as necessary to maintain the reliability of the CAISO Controlled Grid or the Participating TOs electric system. The Interconnection Customer shall operate the Electric Generating Unit to maintain the specified output voltage or power factor within the design limitations of the Electric Generating Unit set forth in Article 9.6.1 (Power Factor Design Criteria), and as may be required by the CAISO to operate the Electric Generating Unit at a specific voltage schedule within the design limitations set forth in Article 9.6.1. If the Interconnection Customer is unable to maintain the specified voltage or power factor, it shall promptly notify the CAISO and the Participating TO. 9.6.2.1 Governors and Regulators. Whenever an Electric Generating Unit is operated in parallel with the CAISO Controlled Grid and the speed governors (if installed on the Electric Generating Unit pursuant to Good Utility Practice) and voltage regulators are capable of operation, the Interconnection Customer shall operate the Electric Generating Unit with its speed governors and voltage regulators in automatic operation. If the Electric Generating Units speed governors and voltage regulators are not capable of such automatic operation, the Interconnection Customer shall immediately notify the CAISO and the Participating TO and ensure that the Electric Generating Unit operates as specified in Article 9.6.2 through manual operation and that such Electric Generating Units reactive power production or absorption (measured in MVARs) are within the design capability of the Electric Generating Unit(s) and steady

state stability limits. The Interconnection Customer shall restore the speed governors and voltage regulators to automatic operation as soon as possible and in accordance with the Reliability Management System Agreement in Appendix G. If the Large Generating Facilitys speed governors and voltage regulators are improperly tuned or malfunctioning, the CAISO shall have the right to order the reduction in output or disconnection of the Large Generating Facility if the reliability of the CAISO Controlled Grid would be adversely affected. The Interconnection Customer shall not cause its Large Generating Facility to disconnect automatically or instantaneously from the CAISO Controlled Grid or trip any Electric Generating Unit comprising the Large Generating Facility for an under or over frequency condition unless the abnormal frequency condition persists for a time period beyond the limits set forth in ANSI/IEEE Standard C37.106, or such other standard as applied to other generators in the Balancing Authority Area on a comparable basis.
Payment for Reactive Power. CAISO is required to pay the Interconnection Customer for reactive power that Interconnection Customer provides or absorbs from an Electric Generating Unit when the CAISO requests the Interconnection Customer to operate its Electric Generating Unit outside the range specified in Article 9.6.1, provided that if the CAISO pays other generators for reactive power service within the specified range, it must also pay the Interconnection Customer. Payments shall be pursuant to Article 11.6 or such other agreement to which the CAISO and Interconnection Customer have otherwise agreed. *** Appendix H To LGIA
INTERCONNECTION REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ASYNCHRONOUS GENERATING FACILITY Appendix H sets forth interconnection requirements specific to all Asynchronous Generating Facilities. Existing individual generating units of an Asynchronous Generating Facility that are, or have been, interconnected to the CAISO Controlled Grid at the same location are exempt from the requirements of this Appendix H for the remaining life of the existing generating unit. Generating units that are replaced, however, shall meet the requirements of this Appendix H. A. Technical Requirements Applicable to Asynchronous Generating Facilities i. Low Voltage Ride-Through (LVRT) Capability An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall be able to remain online during voltage disturbances up to the time periods and associated voltage levels set forth in the requirements below. 1. An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall remain online for the voltage disturbance caused by any fault on the transmission grid, or within the Asynchronous Generating Facility between the Point of Interconnection and the high voltage terminals of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys step up transformer, having a duration equal to the lesser of the normal three-phase fault clearing time (4-9 cycles) or one-hundred fifty (150) milliseconds, plus any subsequent post-fault voltage recovery to the final steady-state post-fault voltage. Clearing time shall be based on the maximum normal clearing time associated with any three-phase fault location that reduces the voltage at the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys Point of Interconnection to 0.2 per-unit of nominal voltage or less, independent of any fault current contribution from the Asynchronous Generating Facility.

An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall remain online for any voltage disturbance caused by a single-phase fault on the transmission grid, or within the Asynchronous Generating Facility between the Point of Interconnection and the high voltage terminals of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys step up transformer, with delayed clearing, plus any subsequent post-fault voltage recovery to the final steady-state post-fault voltage. Clearing time shall be based on the maximum backup clearing time associated with a single point of failure (protection or breaker failure) for any single-phase fault location that reduces any phase-to-ground or phase-to-phase voltage at the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys Point of Interconnection to 0.2 per-unit of nominal voltage or less, independent of any fault current contribution from the Asynchronous Generating Facility. Remaining on-line shall be defined as continuous connection between the Point of Interconnection and the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys units, without any mechanical isolation. Asynchronous Generating Facilities may cease to inject current into the transmission grid during a fault. The Asynchronous Generating Facility is not required to remain on line during multi-phased faults exceeding the duration described in Section A.i.1 of this Appendix H or single-phase faults exceeding the duration described in Section A.i.2 of this Appendix H. The requirements of this Section A.i of this Appendix H do not apply to faults that occur between the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys terminals and the high side of the step-up transformer to the high-voltage transmission system. Asynchronous Generating Facilities may be tripped after the fault period if this action is intended as part of a special protection system. Asynchronous Generating Facilities may meet the requirements of this Section A.i of this Appendix H through the performance of the generating units or by installing additional equipment within the Asynchronous Generating Facility, or by a combination of generating unit performance and additional equipment. The provisions of this Section A.i of this Appendix H apply only if the voltage at the Point of Interconnection has remained within the range of 0.9 and 1.10 per-unit of nominal voltage for the preceding two seconds, excluding any sub-cycle transient deviations.
The requirements of this Section A.i in this Appendix H shall not apply to any Asynchronous Generating Facility that can demonstrate to the CAISO a binding commitment, as of July 3, 2010, to purchase inverters for thirty (30) percent or more of the Generating Facilitys maximum Generating Facility Capacity that are incapable of complying with the requirements of this Section A.i in this Appendix H. The Interconnection Customer must include a statement from the inverter manufacturer confirming the inability to comply with this requirement in addition to any information requested by the CAISO to determine the applicability of this exemption. ii. Frequency Disturbance Ride-Through Capability An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall comply with the off nominal frequency requirements set forth in the WECC Under Frequency Load Shedding Relay Application Guide or successor requirements as they may be amended from time to time. iii. Power Factor Design Criteria (Reactive Power) An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall operate within a power factor within the range of 0.95 leading to 0.95 lagging, measured at the Point of Interconnection as defined in this LGIA in order to maintain a specified voltage schedule, if the Phase II Interconnection Study shows that such a requirement is necessary to ensure safety or reliability. The power factor range standard can be met by using, for

disable power factor equipment while the Asynchronous Generating Facility is in operation. Asynchronous Generating Facilities shall also be able to provide sufficient dynamic voltage support in lieu of the power system stabilizer and automatic voltage regulation at the generator excitation system if the Phase II Interconnection Study shows this to be required for system safety or reliability.
iv. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Capability An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall provide SCADA capability to transmit data and receive instructions from the Participating TO and CAISO to protect system reliability. The Participating TO and CAISO and the Asynchronous Generating Facility Interconnection Customer shall determine what SCADA information is essential for the proposed Asynchronous Generating Facility, taking into account the size of the plant and its characteristics, location, and importance in maintaining generation resource adequacy and transmission system reliability. v. Power System Stabilizers (PSS) Power system stabilizers are not required for Asynchronous Generating Facilities. ***
Attachment B Marked Tariff IRRP Compliance Filing California Independent System Operator Corporation Fifth Replacement FERC Electric Tariff
state stability limits. The Interconnection Customer shall restore the speed governors and voltage regulators to automatic operation as soon as possible and in accordance with the Reliability Management System Agreement in Appendix G. If the Large Generating Facilitys speed governors and voltage regulators are improperly tuned or malfunctioning, the CAISO shall have the right to order the reduction in output or disconnection of the Large Generating Facility if the reliability of the CAISO Controlled Grid would be adversely affected. The Interconnection Customer shall not cause its Large Generating Facility to disconnect automatically or instantaneously from the CAISO Controlled Grid or trip any Electric Generating Unit comprising the Large Generating Facility for an under or over frequency condition unless the abnormal frequency condition persists for a time period beyond the limits set forth in ANSI/IEEE Standard C37.106, or such other standard as applied to other generators in the Balancing Authority Area on a comparable basis. 9.6.2.2 Loss of Voltage Control and Governor Control for Asynchronous Generating Facilities. For Asynchronous Generating Facilities, Appendix H to this LGIA sets forth the requirements for Large Generating Facilities relating to: (i) the loss of voltage control capability, (ii) governor response to frequency conditions, and (iii) ability not to disconnect automatically or instantaneously from the CAISO Controlled Grid or trip any Electric Generating Unit comprising the Large Generating Facility for an under- or over-frequency condition. Asynchronous Generating Facilities are not required to provide governor response to under-frequency conditions.

INTERCONNECTION REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ASYNCHRONOUS GENERATING FACILITY Appendix H sets forth interconnection requirements specific to all Asynchronous Generating Facilities. Existing individual generating units of an Asynchronous Generating Facility that are, or have been, interconnected to the CAISO Controlled Grid at the same location are exempt from the requirements of this Appendix H for the remaining life of the existing generating unit. Generating units that are replaced, however, shall meet the requirements of this Appendix H.
A. Technical Requirements Applicable to Asynchronous Generating Facilities i. Low Voltage Ride-Through (LVRT) Capability An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall be able to remain online during voltage disturbances up to the time periods and associated voltage levels set forth in the requirements below. 1. 1. An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall remain online for the voltage disturbance caused by any fault on the transmission grid, or within the Asynchronous Generating Facility between the Point of Interconnection and the high voltage terminals of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys step up transformer, having a duration equal to the lesser of the normal three-phase fault clearing time (4-9 cycles) or one-hundred fifty (150) milliseconds, plus any subsequent post-fault voltage recovery to the final steady-state post-fault voltage. Clearing time shall be based on the maximum normal clearing time associated with any three-phase fault location that reduces the voltage at the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys Point of Interconnection to 0.2 per-unit of nominal voltage or less, independent of any fault current contribution from the Asynchronous Generating Facility. 1. 2. An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall remain online for any voltage disturbance caused by a single-phase fault on the transmission grid, or within the Asynchronous Generating Facility between the Point of Interconnection and the high voltage terminals of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys step up transformer, with delayed clearing, plus any subsequent post-fault voltage recovery to the final steady-state post-fault voltage. Clearing time shall be based on the maximum backup clearing time associated with a single point of failure (protection or breaker failure) for any single-phase fault location that reduces any phase-to-ground or phase-to-phase voltage at the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys Point of Interconnection to 0.2 per-unit of nominal voltage or less, independent of any fault current contribution from the Asynchronous Generating Facility. 3. Remaining on-line shall be defined as continuous connection between the Point of Interconnection and the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys units, without any mechanical isolation. Asynchronous Generating Facilities may cease to inject current into the transmission grid during a fault. 4. The Asynchronous Generating Facility is not required to remain on line during multiphased faults exceeding the duration described in Section A.i.1 of this Appendix H or singlephase faults exceeding the duration described in Section A.i.2 of this Appendix H. 5. The requirements of this Section A.i of this Appendix H do not apply to faults that occur between the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys terminals and the high side of the step-up transformer to the the high-voltage transmission system. 6. Asynchronous Generating Facilities may be tripped after the fault period if this action is intended as part of a special protection system. 7. Asynchronous Generating Facilities may meet the requirements of this Section A.i of this Appendix H through the performance of the generating units or by installing additional equipment within the Asynchronous Generating Facility, or by a combination of generating unit performance and additional equipment. 8. The provisions of this Section A.i of this Appendix H apply only if the voltage at the Point of Interconnection has remained within the range of 0.9 and 1.10 per-unit of nominal voltage for the preceding two seconds, excluding any sub-cycle transient deviations.

The requirements of this Section A.i in this Appendix H shall not apply to any Asynchronous Generating Facility that can demonstrate to the CAISO a binding commitment, as of July 3May 18, 2010, to purchase inverters for thirty (30) percent or more of the Generating Facilitys maximum Generating Facility Capacity that are incapable of complying with the requirements of this Section A.i in this Appendix H. The Interconnection Customer must include a statement from the inverter manufacturer confirming the inability to comply with this requirement in addition to any information requested by the CAISO to determine the applicability of this exemption. ii. Frequency Disturbance Ride-Through Capability An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall comply with the off nominal frequency requirements set forth in the WECC Under Frequency Load Shedding Relay Application Guide or successor requirements as they may be amended from time to time. iii. Power Factor Design and Operating Requirements Criteria (Reactive Power) An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall operate within a power factor within the range of 0.95 leading to 0.95 lagging, measured at the Point of Interconnection as defined in this LGIA in order to maintain a specified voltage schedule, if the Phase II Interconnection Study shows that such a requirement is necessary to ensure safety or reliability. The power factor range standard can be met by using, for example, power electronics designed to supply this level of reactive capability (taking into account any limitations due to voltage level, real power output, etc.) or fixed and switched capacitors, or a combination of the two, if agreed to by the Participating TO and CAISO. The Interconnection Customer shall not disable power factor equipment while the Asynchronous Generating Facility is in operation. Asynchronous Generating Facilities shall also be able to provide sufficient dynamic voltage support in lieu of the power system stabilizer and automatic voltage regulation at the generator excitation system if the Phase II Interconnection Study shows this to be required for system safety or reliability. 1. Asynchronous Generating Facilities shall meet the following design requirements: a. An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall be designed to have sufficient reactive power sourcing capability to achieve a net power factor of 0.95 lagging or less at the Point of Interconnection, at the Generating Facilitys maximum Generating Facility Capacity. An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall be designed to have net reactive power sourcing and absorption capability sufficient to achieve or exceed the net reactive power range in Figure 1 as a function of the Point of Interconnection voltage, without exceeding the ratings of any equipment in the Asynchronous Generating Facility. The Point of Interconnection voltage is specified in per-unit of the nominal voltage.

Figure 1

Net power factor shall be measured at the Point of Interconnection as defined in this LGIA. Asynchronous Generating Facilities may meet the power factor range requirement by using power electronics designed to supply the required level of reactive capability (taking into account any limitations due to voltage level and real power output) or fixed and switched capacitors, or a combination of the two. Asynchronous Generating Facilities shall also provide dynamic voltage support if the Interconnection Study requires dynamic voltage support for system safety or reliability. Asynchronous Generating Facilities shall vary the reactive power output between the full sourcing and full absorption capabilities such that any step change in the reactive power output does not cause a step change in voltage at the Point of Interconnection greater than 0.02 per unit of the nominal voltage. The maximum voltage change requirement shall apply when the CAISO Controlled Grid is fully intact (no line or transformer outages), or during outage conditions which do not decrease the three-phase short circuit capacity at the Point of Interconnection to less than ninety (90) percent of the three-phase short-circuit capacity that would be present without the transmission network outage.
1. Asynchronous Generating Facilities shall meet the following operational requirements: a. When plant output power is greater than twenty (20) percent of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys maximum Generating Facility Capacity, the Asynchronous Generating Facility shall have a net reactive power range at least as great as specified in Figure 1 at the Point of Interconnection, based on the actual real power output level delivered to the Point of Interconnection.
a. Power output may be curtailed at the direction of CAISO to a value where the net power factor range is met, if the reactive power capability of an Asynchronous Generating Facility is partially or totally unavailable, and if continued operation causes deviation of the voltage at the Point of Interconnection outside +/- 0.02 per unit of scheduled voltage level. a. When the output power of the Asynchronous Generating Facility is less than twenty (20) percent of the Generating Facilitys maximum Generating Facility Capacity, the net reactive power shall remain within the range between 6.6% and +6.6% of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys real power rating. a. If the Point of Interconnection voltage exceeds 1.05 per unit, the Asynchronous Generating Facility shall provide reactive power absorption to the extent possible without violating the ratings of any of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys equipment. a. If the Point of Interconnection voltage is less than 0.95 per unit, the Asynchronous Generating Facility shall provide reactive power injection to the extent possible without violating the ratings of any of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys equipment. iv. Voltage Regulation and Reactive Power Control Requirements 1. The Asynchronous Generation Facilitys reactive power capability shall be controlled by an automatic system having both voltage regulation and a net power factor regulation operating modes. The default mode of operation will be voltage regulation. The voltage regulation function mode shall automatically control the net reactive power of the Asynchronous Generating Facility to regulate the Point of Interconnection positive sequence component of voltage to within a tolerance of +/- 0.02 per unit of the nominal voltage schedule assigned by the Participating TO or CAISO, within the constraints of the reactive power capacity of the Asynchronous Generation Facility. Deviations outside of this voltage band, except as caused by insufficient reactive capacity to maintain the voltage schedule tolerances, shall not exceed five (5) minutes duration per incident. The power factor mode will regulate the net power factor measured at the Point of Interconnection. If the Asynchronous Generating Facility uses discrete reactive banks to provide reactive capability, the tolerances of the power factor regulation shall be consistent with the reactive banks sizes meeting the voltage regulation tolerances specified in the preceding paragraph. The net reactive power flow into or out of the Asynchronous Generating Facility, in any mode of operation, shall not cause the positive sequence component of voltage at the Point of Interconnection to exceed 1.05 per unit, or fall below 0.95 per unit. The CAISO, in coordination with the Participating TO, may permit the Interconnection Customer to regulate the voltage at a point on the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys side of the Point of Interconnection. Regulating voltage to a point other than the Point of Interconnection shall not change the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys net power factor requirements set forth in Section A.iii of this Appendix H. The Interconnection Customer shall not disable voltage regulation controls, without the specific permission of CAISO, while the Asynchronous Generating Facility is in operation at a power level greater than twenty (20) percent of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys maximum Generating Facility Capacity. v. Plant Power Management

that are tendered or execute a Large Generator Interconnection Agreement on or after July 3, 2010 *** ARTICLE 9. OPERATIONS 9.6 Reactive Power. 9.6.1 Power Factor Design Criteria. For all Generating Facilities other than Asynchronous Generating Facilities, the Interconnection Customer shall design the Large Generating Facility to maintain a composite power delivery at continuous rated power output at the terminals of the Electric Generating Unit at a power factor within the range of 0.95 leading to 0.90 lagging, unless the CAISO has established different requirements that apply to all generators in the Balancing Authority Area on a comparable basis. For Asynchronous Generating Facilities, the Interconnection Customer shall design the Large Generating Facility to maintain power factor criteria in accordance with Appendix H of this LGIA. Voltage Schedules. Once the Interconnection Customer has synchronized an Electric Generating Unit with the CAISO Controlled Grid, the CAISO or Participating TO shall require the Interconnection Customer to maintain a voltage schedule by operating the Electric Generating Unit to produce or absorb reactive power within the design limitations of the Electric Generating Unit set forth in Article 9.6.1 (Power Factor Design Criteria). CAISOs voltage schedules shall treat all sources of reactive power in the Balancing Authority Area in an equitable and not unduly discriminatory manner. The Participating TO shall exercise Reasonable Efforts to provide the Interconnection Customer with such schedules at least one (1) day in advance, and the CAISO or Participating TO may make changes to such schedules as necessary to maintain the reliability of the CAISO Controlled Grid or the Participating TOs electric system. The Interconnection Customer shall operate the Electric Generating Unit to maintain the specified output voltage or power factor within the design limitations of the Electric Generating Unit set forth in Article 9.6.1 (Power Factor Design Criteria), and as may be required by the CAISO to operate the Electric Generating Unit at a specific voltage schedule within the design limitations set forth in Article 9.6.1. If the Interconnection Customer is unable to maintain the specified voltage or power factor, it shall promptly notify the CAISO and the Participating TO. 9.6.2.1 Governors and Regulators. Whenever an Electric Generating Unit is operated in parallel with the CAISO Controlled Grid and the speed governors (if installed on the Electric Generating Unit pursuant to Good Utility Practice) and voltage regulators are capable of operation, the Interconnection Customer shall operate the Electric Generating Unit with its speed governors and voltage regulators in automatic operation. If the Electric Generating Units speed governors and voltage regulators are not capable of such automatic operation, the Interconnection Customer shall immediately notify the CAISO and the Participating TO and ensure that the Electric Generating Unit operates as specified in Article 9.6.2 through manual operation and that such Electric Generating Units reactive power production or absorption (measured in MVARs) are within the design capability of the Electric Generating Unit(s) and steady state stability limits. The Interconnection Customer shall restore the speed

governors and voltage regulators to automatic operation as soon as possible. If the Large Generating Facilitys speed governors and voltage regulators are improperly tuned or malfunctioning, the CAISO shall have the right to order the reduction in output or disconnection of the Large Generating Facility if the reliability of the CAISO Controlled Grid would be adversely affected. The Interconnection Customer shall not cause its Large Generating Facility to disconnect automatically or instantaneously from the CAISO Controlled Grid or trip any Electric Generating Unit comprising the Large Generating Facility for an under or over frequency condition unless the abnormal frequency condition persists for a time period beyond the limits set forth in ANSI/IEEE Standard C37.106, or such other standard as applied to other generators in the Balancing Authority Area on a comparable basis. 9.6.2.2 Loss of Voltage Control and Governor Control for Asynchronous Generating Facilities. For Asynchronous Generating Facilities, Appendix H to this LGIA sets forth the requirements for Large Generating Facilities relating to: (i) loss of voltage control capability, (ii) governor response to frequency conditions, and (iii) ability not to disconnect automatically or instantaneously from the CAISO Controlled Grid or trip any Electric Generating Unit comprising the Large Generating Facility for an under- or over-frequency condition. Asynchronous Generating Facilities are not required to provide governor response to under-frequency conditions. 9.6.3 Payment for Reactive Power. CAISO is required to pay the Interconnection Customer for reactive power that Interconnection Customer provides or absorbs from an Electric Generating Unit when the CAISO requests the Interconnection Customer to operate its Electric Generating Unit outside the range specified in Article 9.6.1, provided that if the CAISO pays other generators for reactive power service within the specified range, it must also pay the Interconnection Customer. Payments shall be pursuant to Article 11.6 or such other agreement to which the CAISO and Interconnection Customer have otherwise agreed. *** Appendix H To LGIA
INTERCONNECTION REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ASYNCHRONOUS GENERATING FACILITY Appendix H sets forth interconnection requirements specific to all Asynchronous Generating Facilities. Existing individual generating units of an Asynchronous Generating Facility that are, or have been, interconnected to the CAISO Controlled Grid at the same location are exempt from the requirements of this Appendix H for the remaining life of the existing generating unit. Generating units that are replaced, however, shall meet the requirements of this Appendix H. A. Technical Requirements Applicable to Asynchronous Generating Facilities i. Low Voltage Ride-Through (LVRT) Capability An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall be able to remain online during voltage disturbances up to the time periods and associated voltage levels set forth in the requirements below. 2. 1. An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall remain online for the voltage disturbance caused by any fault on the transmission grid, or within the Asynchronous Generating Facility between the Point of Interconnection and the high voltage terminals of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys step up transformer, having a duration equal to the lesser of the normal

three-phase fault clearing time (4-9 cycles) or one-hundred fifty (150) milliseconds, plus any subsequent post-fault voltage recovery to the final steady-state post-fault voltage. Clearing time shall be based on the maximum normal clearing time associated with any three-phase fault location that reduces the voltage at the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys Point of Interconnection to 0.2 per-unit of nominal voltage or less, independent of any fault current contribution from the Asynchronous Generating Facility. 2. 2. An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall remain online for any voltage disturbance caused by a single-phase fault on the transmission grid, or within the Asynchronous Generating Facility between the Point of Interconnection and the high voltage terminals of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys step up transformer, with delayed clearing, plus any subsequent post-fault voltage recovery to the final steady-state post-fault voltage. Clearing time shall be based on the maximum backup clearing time associated with a single point of failure (protection or breaker failure) for any single-phase fault location that reduces any phase-to-ground or phase-to-phase voltage at the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys Point of Interconnection to 0.2 per-unit of nominal voltage or less, independent of any fault current contribution from the Asynchronous Generating Facility. 3. Remaining on-line shall be defined as continuous connection between the Point of Interconnection and the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys units, without any mechanical isolation. Asynchronous Generating Facilities may cease to inject current into the transmission grid during a fault. 4. The Asynchronous Generating Facility is not required to remain on line during multiphased faults exceeding the duration described in Section A.i.1 of this Appendix H or singlephase faults exceeding the duration described in Section A.i.2 of this Appendix H. 5. The requirements of this Section A.i. of this Appendix H do not apply to faults that occur between the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys terminals and the high side of the step-up transformer to the high-voltage transmission system. 6. Asynchronous Generating Facilities may be tripped after the fault period if this action is intended as part of a special protection system. 7. Asynchronous Generating Facilities may meet the requirements of this Section A.i of this Appendix H through the performance of the generating units or by installing additional equipment within the Asynchronous Generating Facility, or by a combination of generating unit performance and additional equipment. 8. The provisions of this Section A.i of this Appendix H apply only if the voltage at the Point of Interconnection has remained within the range of 0.9 and 1.10 per-unit of nominal voltage for the preceding two seconds, excluding any sub-cycle transient deviations.
The requirements of this Section A.i in this Appendix H shall not apply to any Asynchronous Generating Facility that can demonstrate to the CAISO a binding commitment, as of July 3May 18, 2010, to purchase inverters for thirty (30) percent or more of the Generating Facilitys maximum Generating Facility Capacity that are incapable of complying with the requirements of this Section A.i in this Appendix H. The Interconnection Customer must include a statement from the inverter manufacturer confirming the inability to comply with this requirement in addition to any information requested by the CAISO to determine the applicability of this exemption. ii. Frequency Disturbance Ride-Through Capability An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall comply with the off nominal frequency requirements set forth in the WECC Under Frequency Load Shedding Relay Application Guide or successor requirements as they may be amended from time to time.

2. Asynchronous Generating Facilities shall meet the following operational requirements: 2. When plant output power is greater than twenty (20) percent of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys maximum Generating Facility Capacity, the Asynchronous Generating Facility shall have a net reactive power range at least as great as specified in Figure 1 at the Point of Interconnection, based on the actual real power output level delivered to the Point of Interconnection. 2. Power output may be curtailed at the direction of CAISO to a value where the net power factor range is met, if the reactive power capability of an Asynchronous Generating Facility is partially or totally unavailable, and if continued operation causes deviation of the voltage at the Point of Interconnection outside +/- 0.02 per unit of scheduled voltage level. 2. When the output power of the Asynchronous Generating Facility is less than twenty (20) percent of the Generating Facilitys maximum Generating Facility Capacity, the net reactive power shall remain within the range between 6.6% and +6.6% of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys real power rating. 2. If the Point of Interconnection voltage exceeds 1.05 per unit, the Asynchronous Generating Facility shall provide reactive power absorption to the extent possible without violating the ratings of any of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys equipment. 2. If the Point of Interconnection voltage is less than 0.95 per unit, the Asynchronous Generating Facility shall provide reactive power injection to the extent possible without violating the ratings of any of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys equipment. iv. Voltage Regulation and Reactive Power Control Requirements 2. The Asynchronous Generation Facilitys reactive power capability shall be controlled by an automatic system having both voltage regulation and a net power factor regulation operating modes. The default mode of operation will be voltage regulation. The voltage regulation function mode shall automatically control the net reactive power of the Asynchronous Generating Facility to regulate the Point of Interconnection positive sequence component of voltage to within a tolerance of +/- 0.02 per unit of the nominal voltage schedule assigned by the Participating TO or CAISO, within the constraints of the reactive power capacity
of the Asynchronous Generation Facility. Deviations outside of this voltage band, except as caused by insufficient reactive capacity to maintain the voltage schedule tolerances, shall not exceed five (5) minutes duration per incident. 2. The power factor mode will regulate the net power factor measured at the Point of Interconnection. If the Asynchronous Generating Facility uses discrete reactive banks to provide reactive capability, the tolerances of the power factor regulation shall be consistent with the reactive banks sizes meeting the voltage regulation tolerances specified in the preceding paragraph. The net reactive power flow into or out of the Asynchronous Generating Facility, in any mode of operation, shall not cause the positive sequence component of voltage at the Point of Interconnection to exceed 1.05 per unit, or fall below 0.95 per unit. The CAISO, in coordination with the Participating TO, may permit the Interconnection Customer to regulate the voltage at a point on the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys side of the Point of Interconnection. Regulating voltage to a point other than the Point of Interconnection shall not change the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys net power factor requirements set forth in Section A.iii of this Appendix H. The Interconnection Customer shall not disable voltage regulation controls, without the specific permission of CAISO, while the Asynchronous Generating Facility is in operation at a power level greater than twenty (20) percent of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys maximum Generating Facility Capacity. v. Plant Power Management 2. As of January 1, 2012, Asynchronous Generating Facilities must have the capability to limit active power output in response to a CAISO Dispatch Instruction or Operating Order as those terms are defined in the CAISO Tariff. This capability shall extend from the Minimum Operating Limit to the Maximum Operating Limit, as those terms are defined in the CAISO Tariff, of the Asynchronous Generating Facility in increments of five (5) MW or less. Changes to the power management set point shall not cause a change in voltage at the Point of Interconnection exceeding 0.02 per unit of the nominal voltage. For Asynchronous Generating Facilities that are also Eligible Intermittent Resources as that term is defined in the CAISO Tariff, these power management requirements establish only a maximum output limit. There is no requirement for the Eligible Intermittent Resource to maintain a level of power output beyond the capabilities of the available energy source. Asynchronous Generating Facilities must have the installed capability to limit power change ramp rates automatically, except for downward ramps resulting from decrease of the available energy resource for Eligible Intermittent Resources. The power ramp control shall be capable of limiting rates of power change to a value of five (5) percent, (10) percent, or twenty (20) percent of the Asynchronous Generating Facilitys maximum Generating Facility Capacity per minute. The Asynchronous Generating Facility may implement this ramping limit by using stepped increments if the individual step size is five (5) MW or less.

2. Asynchronous Generating Facilities must have the installed capability to automatically reduce plant power output in response to an over-frequency condition. This frequency response control shall, when enabled at the direction of CAISO, continuously monitor the system frequency and automatically reduce the real power output of the Asynchronous Generating Facility with a droop equal to a onehundred (100) percent decrease in plant output for a five (5) percent rise in frequency (five (5) percent droop) above an intentional dead band of 0.036 Hz.
ivvi. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and Automated Dispatch System (ADS) Capability Capability An Asynchronous Generating Facility shall provide SCADA capability to transmit data and receive instructions from the Participating TO and CAISO to protect system reliability. The Participating TO and CAISO and the Asynchronous Generating Facility Interconnection Customer shall determine what SCADA information is essential for the proposed Asynchronous Generating Facility, taking into account the size of the plant and its characteristics, location, and importance in maintaining generation resource adequacy and transmission system reliability. An Asynchronous Generating Facility must be able to receive and respond to Automated Dispatch System (ADS) instructions and any other form of communication authorized by the CAISO Tariff. The Asynchronous Generating Facilitys response time should be capable of conforming to the periods prescribed by the CAISO Tariff. vvii. Power System Stabilizers (PSS) Power system stabilizers are not required for Asynchronous Generating Facilities. ***

 

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