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CHAPTER 8: MAINTENANCE
To restore completely, a few settings need to be entered manually either via EnerVista UR Setup or via the UR device front
panel. If the restore operation is to be via Ethernet, first the UR device must have its IP address settings entered via the
front panel. These are located at
PRODUCT SETUP  COMMUNICATIONS  IPv4 ROUTE TABLE 1(6)  DEFAULT IPv4 ROUTE  GATEWAY ADDRESS
When importing a file, it cannot have a blank numeric value. All numeric values must be non-blank, otherwise the file is
rejected.
URS and IID procedures are outlined here.
To restore settings from a URS file:
1.
In EnerVista, connect to the device in the Online Window area.
2.
Right-click the .urs file in the Offline Window area and select Add Device from File to locate a file, and/or drag-and-
drop the file from the Offline Window area to the device in the Online Window area.
3.
Two prompts are possible, first that the URS file does not include the complete IEC 61850 configuration and that it
needs to be recreated if you continue. This means that the URS file is from UR version 7.30 or higher, has the IEC 61850
software option in the order code, but any IEC 61850 content will be compromised and will need to be configured.
Second, a message can display that the URS file is part of a device folder and to use the device's CID file. This means
that the URS file is from UR version 7.3 or higher, has the IEC 61850 software option in the order code, and is part of the
device folder. The user is trying to add a URS file from inside a device's folder. Instead, the user needs to use the CID file
from the device folder.
These messages display because the roles of the protection engineer and network engineer can be separate. The
former can require a URS file, while the latter can require stored Modbus settings and protection schemes.
4.
Manually copy the remaining settings, outlined as follows.
To restore settings from an IID file using EnerVista software:
1.
In Windows, make a copy the IID file with a cid extension.
2.
Connect to the device in the Online Window area.
C30 CONTROLLER SYSTEM – INSTRUCTION MANUAL
SETTINGS  PRODUCT SETUP  COMMUNICATIONS  NETWORK 1(3)
Figure 8-7: Restoring a URS settings file
BACK UP AND RESTORE SETTINGS
and
SETTINGS 
.
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