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POWER LEADER™
PMCS 6.8 for
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CIMPLICITY
HMI
Interface Toolkit
User's Guide
DEH-210
GE Power Management Control System 6.8

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    POWER LEADER™ PMCS 6.8 for © CIMPLICITY Interface Toolkit User’s Guide DEH-210 GE Power Management Control System 6.8...

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    Notice The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. GE makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. GE shall not be liable for errors contained herein or incidental consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction Welcome ...1 How should I use this manual?...2 Conventions ...3 About the Interface Toolkit ...3 Installation ...4 Configuring and Using PMCS Wizards About the Wizards...5 Configuring a CIMPLICITY Project for PMCS...6 PMCS PowerBuilder - Configuring Advanced Wizards...8 Manually Configuring Wizards without using PMCS Power Builder... 15 Manually Configuring the EPM 7700 Wizard...

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    Sample Application Creating a basic interface ... 59 Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards About the Large Faceplate Wizards... 63 POWER LEADER EPM... 64 Spectra MicroVersaTrip Enhanced MicroVersaTrip PM-C Trip Unit... 68 Enhanced MicroVersaTrip PM-D Trip Unit ... 70 POWER LEADER™ Meter... 72 Spectra ECM...

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    Demand Tab ... 141 Inputs Tab... 142 Setup 1 Tab... 143 Setup 2 Tab... 145 Universal Relay... 147 Metering Tab ... 147 Power Quality Tab ... 149 Protection Control Tab... 150 Power System Configuration Tab ... 151 Transformer Tab ... 152 Elements Tab...

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    Appendix A: EPM 3720 Sliding Window Demand Keys Downloading Sliding Demand Window Keys to the EPM 3720... 195 Appendix B: Automatic Waveform Capture and Waveform Retrieval on EPM 3720 Using a setpoint to trigger waveform capture or record on the EPM 3720 ... 201 Index Contents PMCS Interface Toolkit...

  • Page 7: Introduction

    The Toolkit, which consists of the CIMPLICITY coupled with GE’s PMCS wizards, is easy to use, taking advantage of state-of-the-art drag-and-drop technology. Wizards are provided for all the devices most commonly used with the PMCS DDE Server.

  • Page 8: How Should I Use This Manual

    GE’s PMCS software. Turn to Chapter 2 for information on how to use the GE PMCS Wizards, and Chapter 4 for a quick example of application development. For detailed descriptions of the Large Faceplate screens or the Tabular Data screens, refer to Chapters 5 and 6 respectively.

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    About the Interface Toolkit The Interface Toolkit consists of the CIMPLICITY HMI development environment and a special set of wizards developed for use with the power management devices supported by PMCS 6.8. PMCS Interface Toolkit Boldface type indicates the name of an item you need to select. Monospace type indicates an example or text that is displayed on the screen.

  • Page 10: Installation

    Installation To install the Interface Toolkit from the CD-ROM, refer to the instructions provided in DEH-211, the PMCS Read This Book First. When installing CIMPLICITY HMI 4.01, be sure to include the Advanced DDE Communications" option. For PMCS View Nodes, be sure to install the appropriate PMCS software to support CIMPLICITY wizard operation.

  • Page 11: Configuring And Using Pmcs Wizards

    The wizards contained in the PMCS Interface Toolkit allow you to quickly build accurate and friendly user interfaces with CIMPLICITY HMI. In addition to the various wizards standard with CIMPLICITY HMI development systems, the User Screen Configurator provides five types of powerful GE wizards: PMCS Interface Toolkit GE Small Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 12: Configuring A Cimplicity Project For Pmcs

    Configuring a CIMPLICITY Project for PMCS Using the wizards is straightforward. The procedure outlined in this section describes how to place and configure a PMCS wizard in CIMPLICITY HMI. Later sections describe using/testing a wizard and go further into describing each kind of wizard. 1.

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    3. In the Project Properties window (Options tab), select the Enable project 4. In the CIMPLICITY Project Wizard step 1 of 3 window, choose Finish to 5. The CIMPLICITY Workbench is displayed as shown below: Double-click PMCS Power Builder to begin adding devices, and refer to PMCS PowerBuilder - Configuring Advanced Wizards in the following section for details on placing a PMCS Advanced Wizard in a CIMPLICITY project.

  • Page 14: Pmcs Powerbuilder - Configuring Advanced Wizards

    PMCS PowerBuilder - Configuring Advanced Wizards PMCS Power Builder is a powerful tool to drastical reduce development time, enabling you to quickly and easily add many devices to a new CIMPLICITY project. Besides enhancing your productivity as a developer, PMCS Power Builder also allows you to create more efficient applications which use fewer system resources and enjoy greater performance.

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    Add Device – use this button to create a new device in your application. You can also add a device by double clicking any empty line in the device information section of the PowerBuilder screen, or right clicking and selecting "Add" from the drop down menu.

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    Select a Device Type from the pulldown menu and enter the device's name in the Device Name field. Enter a description (optional). Select a Resource from the pulldown menu. Complete the Application Name field with ION_LINK. Complete the Node Name field with the name of the computer running the Comm Server connected to this particular device.

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    Choose the desired tabs to display on the Wizard, and use the right and left arrow buttons to move the desired tabs from the Available Tabs box to the Selected Tabs box. Complete the Application Name field; typically GE32MODB, but if UCA/MMS is selected, enter AXS4MMS or name of MMS Server.

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    When you are done adding devices, you can generate the screens for all devices in one step by choosing the Generate Screens button. The PMCS Power Builder tool creates one tabular screen per device type and one small faceplate per individual device, following the many-to-one architecture of the PMCS Advanced Wizards.

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    For the highly-flexible UR and 369 type devices, Power Builder creates a blank "framework" wizard, with no pre-drawn tabs. In CimEdit the wizard will show no tabs - the tabs will be dynamically redrawn based on the physical device being accessed.

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    Secondary node. The Node Name field contains the name of the Primary Node computer, the Application Name field is ION_LINK (as it is for ALL EPM 7700 wizards on ANY node) and the Gateway Name field points to the GE 7700 Gateway Server running on the Primary Node PC.

  • Page 21: Manually Configuring Wizards Without Using Pmcs Power Builder

    Manually Configuring Wizards without using PMCS Power Builder This section explains the procedures for manually creating a device graphic wizard. With one exception (the EPM 7700 device type), the Advanced wizards all share the same configuration procedures. NOTE: If you are configuring an EPM 7700 wizard, skip this section and go to Manually Configuring the EPM 7700 requirements.

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    6. Select the appropriate device from the list and click OK. 7. After the wizard is configured, save the window and close it. 8. Once you have configured an Advanced large faceplate/tabular graphic wizard, Configuring and Using PMCS Wizards you have two options. You can continue creating new wizard screens for each physical device in the system, or you can use a single device wizard to view the data of any physical device of that type using the new functionality provided by the Advanced small faceplate wizards.

  • Page 23: Manually Configuring The Epm 7700 Wizard

    Manually Configuring the EPM 7700 Wizard The EPM 7700 device type is more complex than the other PMCS Advanced Wizards, and its wizard reflects this. Dropping the EPM 7700 wizard into a project creates eight separate screens, each linked to the others. Another unique property of the EPM 7700 wizard is that the wizard itself is disposable.

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    5. Select the appropriate EPM 7700 device from the list and click OK. 6. Select a Trend Window using the trend window list available by clicking the 7. When the wizard has completed its configuration, close the current window and 8.

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    Selecting tabs here changes the screen displayed - note the file name at the top of the window changing to match the tab selected. PMCS Interface Toolkit Note the file name here - changes depending on the tab selected, showing that each tab represents a separate screen file. Configuring and Using PMCS Wizards...

  • Page 26: Using A Pmcs Wizard

    Using a PMCS Wizard Click the Large Faceplate to open the Tabular Data view. Click the faceplate to open the Large Faceplate view. Configuring and Using PMCS Wizards With the wizard configured, you can test it by launching the *.cim screen from Windows Explorer or add it to an existing project.

  • Page 27: Sample Application

    Sample Application The scenario described in this section illustrates the integration and time-saving benefits of the PMCS Advanced Wizards. The Small Faceplate wizards are often used to create visually accurate representations of physical equipment line-up. Each Small Faceplate has a one-to- one relationship with not only the physical device, but also the Large Faceplate/Tabular wizard for that device.

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    The details of configuring one-to-one or one-to-many are described in Small Faceplate Configuration Configuring and Using PMCS Wizards Intro Panel Screen Board # 1 Panel Board # 2 on page EPM 7300_1 Sm all Faceplate EPM 7300_2 EPM 7300 Sm all Faceplate Tabular/Large Faceplate EPM 7300_3...

  • Page 29: Small Faceplate Wizards

    Small Faceplate Wizards Usage The Small Faceplate wizards are icon-sized graphics typically used to create accurate elevation views and one-line diagrams. These wizards are provided with logic to open another window, typically either a Large Faceplate/Tabular Data Screen wizard. There are several directories of Small Faceplate wizards to choose from. PMCS Interface Toolkit Configuring and Using PMCS Wizards...

  • Page 30: Small Faceplate Configuration

    Small Faceplate Configuration The Small Faceplate wizard for the PMCS Advanced Wizards offers additional functions beyond simply opening a designated window. If you so choose, you may configure a single Large Faceplate/Tabular wizard for each device type, regardless of how many actual devices of that type are installed, and use multiple Small Faceplate wizards to access data on each device.

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    NOTE: If an advanced small faceplate wizard is configured to open a screen that does not contain a graphics wizard of the correct device type, a message similar to the one below will appear and the screen will not be opened. The displayed graphic resulted when an EPM7300 small faceplate was configured to open a screen containing only an EPM 7700 device graphic wizard.

  • Page 32: Large Faceplate/tabular Wizards

    Large Faceplate/Tabular Wizards Usage Large Faceplate/Tabular Data Screen wizards are three-dimensional representations of device faceplates that can be used to display data from the device. These three- dimensional wizards include extensive logic that provides an accurate reproduction of the actual display and keys of the device. Large Faceplate wizards are typically placed in overlay windows.

  • Page 33: Configuration

    each of the Large Faceplate wizards are described in the section titled Features of Large Faceplate Wizards. Configuration The PMCS Advanced Wizard device types require special configuration for their Large Faceplate/Tabular wizards. See the instructions provided in Configuring PMCS Advanceds Wizards, earlier in this chapter, and refer also to the Sample Application section, which provides an example of Advanced Wizards in use.

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    Secondary node. The Node Name field contains the name of the Primary Node computer, the Application Name field is ION_LINK (as it is for ALL EPM 7700 wizards on ANY node) and the Gateway Name field points to the GE 7700 Gateway Server running on the Primary Node PC.

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    Refer to DEH-40035 for information on the Communications Server and 7700 Gateway Server. Disabling Dynamic Redraw (369 and UR Tabular Wizards) As described earlier, UR and 369 type devices are highly flexible, and are typically redrawn on-the-fly by CIMPLICITY, rather than having a static set of tabs. For these devices, Power Builder creates a blank "framework"...

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    The Wizard Setup dialog appears, prompting you to select a device: Click the Browse button (the ellipsis to the right of the Device Name field) to display a list of the devices you've already configured: Configuring and Using PMCS Wizards Click the Browse button to browse a list of configured...

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    Select a device from the displayed list and click OK, then click OK again to accept the device you've selected. The following message appears: Choosing NO will cause the wizard to be redrawn once with the tabs specified for the selected device. The wizard’s configuration is then fixed – it will function like a conventional wizard, displaying the configured tabs as soon as the window opens, without redrawing them.

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    specific MVT small faceplate is selected at runtime, its identity information is passed to the shared Tabular wizard, which recognizes which device is being selected and displays the data for that individual device. This many-to-one sharing of Tabular wizards provides a tremendous savings of system resources and dramatically increases performance.

  • Page 39: One-line Wizards

    One-Line Wizards Usage You can use one-line wizards to create animated one-line diagrams that represent an electrical schematic of the devices monitored by the software. These wizards are provided with logic to either open another window or display device status. One-Line wizards are divided into five functional groups according to the type of animation: PMCS Interface Toolkit...

  • Page 40: Configuration

    Configuration In development mode, drag the one-line icon from the symbols dialog to your CimEdit screen. The wizard’s Control Properties dialog will open automatically. The following sub-sections describe the control properties dialog boxes for the various types of one-line wizards. Complete the fields shown, then choose OK. All one-line wizards have three configuration items in common: Use the snap-to-grid feature in CIMPLICITY to quickly align One-Line wizards.

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    Configuration of each of the five classes of One-Line wizards is described in the following section. Meter One-Line Wizards After placing a meter wizard in a window, double-click on it to display the dialog box shown below. Configure the wizard by entering the appropriate information into each of the boxes.

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    The dialog box for the Transformer wizard has an extra check box that specifies either an air-core or iron-core transformer, as shown below. Configuring and Using PMCS Wizards Enter the name of the discrete tag that determines the state of the line colors during runtime.

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    Horizontal and Vertical Relay One-Line Wizards After placing a Horizontal or Vertical Relay wizard in a window, double-click on it to display the dialog box shown below. Configure the wizard by entering the appropriate information into each of the boxes. Enter the name of the discrete tag that determines the color of the line to the right (or top) of the relay...

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    Horizontal and Vertical Switch One-Line Wizards After placing a Horizontal or Vertical Switch wizard in a window, double-click on it to display the dialog box shown below. Configure the wizard by entering the appropriate information into each of the boxes. Enter the name of the discrete tag that determines the color of the line to the right (or top) of the switch symbol during...

  • Page 45: Circuit Breaker One-line Wizards

    Circuit Breaker One-Line Wizards After placing a Horizontal or Vertical Circuit Breaker wizard in a window, double- click on it to display the dialog box shown below. Configure the wizard by entering the appropriate information into each of the boxes. Enter text to display next to the breaker graphic during runtime (optional).

  • Page 46: Elevation Wizards

    Elevation Wizards Usage Elevation wizards are graphical elements that represent switchgear components useful for creating 3-D elevation views. These wizards are not associated with any logic or animation, but are provided to create more visually accurate screens and representations of equipment. Device icon wizards are typically placed on the Elevation wizards to show the breakers, trip units, and meters and provide navigation to device 3-D wizards, tabular displays, or arbitrary windows.

  • Page 47: Floor Plan Wizards

    Floor Plan Wizards Usage Floor Plan wizards are graphical elements that are useful for creating accurate representations of a facility layout. You can use a floor layout as an overview display of an entire plant, with animated areas for navigation to various switchgear elevation views or one-line diagrams.

  • Page 48: Annunciator Panel Wizard

    Annunciator Panel Wizard Usage The Annunciator Panel wizard provides an industrial-style annunciator display panel, consisting of a bank of 48 indicator lights which change colors and blink to indicate various device conditions. For instance, a circuit breaker could be associated with an annunciator panel wizard to display grey when closed and change to red if it trips.

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    From the Event Logger’s perspective, there are two parts to configuring the Annunciator Panel. First, each DDE Item that will be displayed on the Annunciator Panel wizard must be added (using the Add Items dialog). For the example we’re discussing, we’ll assume you’ve created a DDE Item named Trip1. Each DDE item will connect to an individual tile in the Annunciator Panel wizard.

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    Annunciator Panel Wizard m onitors DDE Item s at Event Logger Relay 1 (green) Annunciator Panel Wizard Annunciator Panel Wizard m onitors DDE Item s at Event Logger Relay 1 (red) Annunciator Panel Wizard In the upper illustration, the Event Logger watches for any of the three events configured to cause a change of state to the Trip 1 DDE Item.

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    Each "Alarm indicator" as defined by the Event Logger will appear to CIMPLICITY as a DDE Integer item which can have the following values/states: Each panel button displays one of five different colors, based on the states defined above. A fill color animation link controlled by an indirect integer tag is used to change colors.

  • Page 52: Configuration

    Configuration Note: Prior to configuring an Annunciator Panel Wizard, you should have completed configuration of the Annunciator Panel Items at the PMCS Event Logger. Refer to GEH-6512, PMCS Event Logger Users Guide, for details. Using PMCS Power Builder, add an Annunciator Panel device to your CIMPLICITY project by selecting Annunciator Panel in the Device Configuration dialog.

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    Enter up to three lines of text that you wish to display on the selected Annunciator Panel indicator. Complete the Event Item field with the DDE Event code that triggers this indicator. Finally, select Done to close this dialog box. As each annunciator panel button is labeled, the Annunciator Panel Dialog reflects these changes by showing the Row/Column coordinates of the labeled buttons.

  • Page 55: Creating Floor Plans, Elevation Views, And One-line Diagrams

    Elevation views of switchgear and switchboards are typically created first, because miniature bitmaps of the elevations can be conveniently placed in floor plans as navigation items. To build an elevation view, place GE Elevation and Small Faceplate wizards into the window, as follows: 1. Place the appropriate cabinet.

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    6. You can add additional navigation buttons (using standard CIMPLICITY 7. If the switchgear shown in the elevation view is fed from or feeds another Creating Floor Plans, Elevation Views, and One-Line Diagrams controls) to open windows containing one-line views or other information. lineup, you can add buttons to navigate to elevation views representing those lineups.

  • Page 57: Floor Plans

    A floor plan should be a recognizable overhead representation of a facility. These windows are built using the GE Floor Plan wizards. They can be made as detailed or as simple as desired. The example below shows an overview of a facility, showing all of the areas containing equipment.

  • Page 58: Electrical One-line Diagrams

    A one-line diagram is drawn by placing GE One-Line wizards into a window. All animated One-Line wizards have at least one discrete tag to indicate the status of the bus feed to the device, while others may have tags for in and out connections and for device status.

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    Sub Main() Dim Brkr1S As New Point Dim Brkr2S As New Point Dim Brkr3S As New Point Dim Brkr4S As New Point Dim Brkr5S As New Point Dim Brkr6S As New Point Brkr1S.id = "BRKR1_S" Brkr2S.id = "BRKR2_S" Brkr3S.id = "BRKR3_S" Brkr4S.id = "BRKR4_S"...

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    Creating Floor Plans, Elevation Views, and One-Line Diagrams brk1 = true End If If (Brkr2S.value = 3) Then brk2 = true End If If (Brkr3S.value = 3) Then brk3 = true End If If (Brkr4S.value = 3) Then brk4 = true End If If (Brkr5S.value = 3) Then brk5 = true...

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    PMCS Interface Toolkit Bus6.Get Bus7.Get Dim Change3 As Boolean Dim Change4 As Boolean Dim Change5 As Boolean Dim Change6 As Boolean Dim Change7 As Boolean If ((Bus1.value) And (brk1)) Then Bus3.value = 1 Change3 = 1 ElseIf (Not Change3) Then Bus3.value = 0 End If If ((Bus2.value) And (brk2)) Then...

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    Creating Floor Plans, Elevation Views, and One-Line Diagrams Change6 = 1 ElseIf (Not Change6) Then Bus6.value = 0 End If If ((Bus5.value) And (brk6)) Then Bus7.value = 1 Change7 = 1 ElseIf (Not Change7) Then Bus7.value = 0 End If If ((Bus7.value) And (brk6)) Then Bus5.value = 1 Change5 = 1...

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    End If End Sub PMCS Interface Toolkit Bus3.Set Bus4.Set Bus5.Set Bus6.Set Bus7.Set Creating Floor Plans, Elevation Views, and One-Line Diagrams...

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    (This page left blank intentionally.) Creating Floor Plans, Elevation Views, and One-Line Diagrams PMCS Interface Toolkit...

  • Page 65: Sample Application

    Sample Application Creating a basic interface We’ve learned about the various parts and pieces of the Interface Toolkit; now let’s put it to work. Suppose we have a very basic power management system installed at our corporate home office. The system consists of four trip units and a PQM (Power Quality Meter).

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    navigate the screens, we’ll create extra buttons on the bottom of the Faceplate and Tabular screens that will jump back to the Panelboard screen. With our plan in hand, and after completing the installation procedures described in Chapter 1, we’re ready to begin development. Launch CIMPLICITY and create a new project file as described in Chapter 2.

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    The screen should look similar to the following: Add similar navigation buttons to the "wzEMVTC-D.cim " window, and you’re done. We’ve just developed a PMCS application using the GE CIMPLICITY HMI PowerBuilder and Wizards. Note: If the you prefer to use screen names other than the default provided by PMCS PowerBuilder, simply open the screen in CimEdit and save it under a different name.

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    For our sample project, you could save the default "wzMLPQM.cim" screen as "PQM". Then open the Panelboard screen and reconfigure the PQM small faceplate to open the new "PQM" screen instead of the "wzMLPQM" screen. Finally, delete the "wzMLPQM" screen from the project. You can modify any of the PMCS PowerBuilder generated screens as your application requires.

  • Page 69: Features Of Ge Large Faceplate Wizards

    Large Faceplate representations, such as the following: Users should be aware that not all values displayed by the GE Large Faceplate Wizards are automatically updated. Also, some rapidly changing values, especially those requiring calculation, cannot be displayed as rapidly on the wizard as on the actual device’s screen.

  • Page 70: Power Leader Epm

    Clicking on the display area opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Normal Metering page. Clicking the GE logo opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Setup page.

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    Vars, Phase A–B Vars, Phase B–C Vars, Total Volt-amperes, Phase A–B Volt-amperes, Phase B–C Volt-amperes, Total Power Factor, Total Watthours, Total Varhours, Total Lag (+) Varhours, Total Lead (–) Volt-ampere-hours, Total Frequency, in hertz Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

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    Number of Demand Resets Time Left in Demand Subinterval Number of Power Outages Potential Transformer Ratio Current Transformer Ratio Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Alternate Scroll, Delta Current, Phase A Demand Current, Phase A Peak Demand Current, Phase B Demand *...

  • Page 73: Spectra Microversatrip Trip Unit

    VALUE to display a different phase. Rotates among six different modes, as shown in the lower left of the display, with units in the lower right. ) for Delta and line-to-neutral (VL-N) Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards ® trip unit provides...

  • Page 74: Enhanced Microversatrip Pm-c Trip Unit

    VALUE Button SELECT Button Table 3. EMVT-C Faceplate animated functions. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Function Opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Monitoring page. Opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Setup page.

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    Power demand, displayed with steady kW symbol. Peak power demand, displayed with blinking kW symbol. No phase shifting. Frequency, displayed in Hz. Phase shifting in both Delta and Wye FREQ configurations. PMCS Interface Toolkit Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 76: Enhanced Microversatrip Pm-d Trip Unit

    VALUE Button SELECT Button Table 4. EMVT-D Faceplate animated functions. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Function Opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Monitoring page. Opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Setup page.

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    Apparent power; no phase shifting. Power demand, displayed with steady kW symbol. Peak power demand, displayed with blinking kW symbol. No phase shifting. Frequency, displayed in Hz. Phase shifting in both Delta and Wye configurations. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 78: Power Leader™ Meter

    SCROLL UP and SCROLL DOWN Buttons Table 5. PL Meter Faceplate animated functions. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Function Opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Monitoring page. Opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Setup page.

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    Units in kW; no phase shifting. Units in kW; no phase shifting. Units in Hz; no phase shifting. Value area of display is blank; degree of harmonic distortion is shown as negligible, mild, moderate, or severe. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 80: Spectra Ecm

    Button Table 6. Spectra ECM Faceplate animated functions. The modes and the parameters available in each mode are as follows: Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Function Opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Monitoring page.

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    Phase Unbalance, percent Ground Current, amps Motor Load, percent Last Trip Cause Phase A @ Trip, amps Phase B @ Trip, amps Phase C @ Trip, amps Unbalance @ Trip, percent Ground Current @ Trip, amps Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 82: Mdp Digital Overcurrent Relay

    The parameters displayed by the RESET LEVER button are shown in the following table. The first column lists the contents of the meter display, then the informational display. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Function Opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Monitoring page.

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    Phase C Current xxxx Amps Ground Current xxxx Amps Phase A Trip Current xxxx Amps Phase B Trip Current xxxx Amps Phase C Trip Current xxxx Amps Ground Trip Current Trip Time xxxx Sec Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 84: Power Quality Meter (pqm)

    Apparent Energy may appear negative. The values affected are kWh, kvarh, kVAh, Energy Cost and kVA. The Tabular Data Screen wizard show the correct values. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Function Opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Metering tab.

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    Power Quality Values ANALYSIS Total Harmonic Distortion Data Logger Event Recorder Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Power Factor values are not continuously updated. A static message is displayed based on GENERAL_STATUS bit 0, indicating whether or not an alarm condition exists.

  • Page 86: Epm 3710 Meter

    When any of these parameters are displayed, the AMPS portion of the display window is used to allow display of the complete value. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Function Opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Monitoring page.

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    Total reactive power Power factor; lagging or leading Frequency Kilowatt total demand Current average demand or apparent power demand RMS auxiliary voltage RMS neutral current Import energy Export energy Import reactive energy Export reactive energy Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 88: Epm 3720 Meter

    Table 10. EPM 3720 Faceplate animated functions. The parameters displayed by the PHASE button are listed in the following table. Display Indication Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Function Opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Monitoring page.

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    PHASE button, or total power factor if PHASE is set to * or *,. RMS neutral current Frequency RMS auxiliary voltage Import energy Export energy Import reactive energy Export reactive energy Net reactive energy Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 90: Epm 7300 Meter

    Table 11. EPM 7300 Faceplate animated functions. The parameters displayed by the UP and DOWN buttons are listed in the following table. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Function Opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Metering page.

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    SD Apparent Power Sliding Demand kVA PD Apparent Power Predicted Demand Vln avg MAX Maximum Average Voltage I avg MAX Maximum Average Current kW MAX Maximum Real Power kVAR MAX Maximum Reactive Power Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

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    Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards kVA MAX Maximum Apparent Power Frequency MAX Maximum Frequency Vln avg MIN Minimum Average Voltage I avg MIN Minimum Average Current Frequency MIN Minimum Frequency kWh Import Forward Real Energy kWh Export Reverse Real Energy...

  • Page 93: Epm 7700 Meter

    Opens the displays the main menu on the faceplate as shown above. Pressing the keys adjacent to the LCD Display window displays the selected screen. For instance, selecting the Total Power button displays the Total Power screen of data. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

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    SWD values are “N/A” in the meter until the number of sub-intervals specified in the #sub intervals setup register have expired. The 3-D faceplate and Tabular wizard will display 0 for these values during this state. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Description KW Total...

  • Page 95: 239 Motor Protection Relay

    Scrolls forward or backward through the subgroup titles of the current Actual Value page. Scrolls through the individual lines of each subgroup within the current page, showing actual values and units. Display animation that shows the status of the 239 relay. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

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    Page 3: PRODUCT INFORMATION The subgroups listed below are displayed by the device but are not implemented in the 3-D wizard. Page 1: STATUS Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards General Static messages display general Alarm and Motor Status Current...

  • Page 97: 269 Plus Motor Management Relay

    Setup page. Displays a Windows help screen for PMCS. Brings the meter to an initial setting point and displays ACTUAL VALUES HAS SEVEN PAGES OF DATA. Updates the display to the current meter reading. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

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    LAST ACCESS: xxx DEGREES C CLEAR LAST ACCESS DATA? END OF PAGE TWO ACTUAL VALUES Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Function Resets the meter at two special points in the display of values. Press STORE to toggle the response on the bottom line.

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    Displayed only if MTM unit is installed in 269 Overload trips Unbalance trips Ground-fault trips Short-circuit trips Undervoltage trips Overvoltage trips Power-failure trips Press STORE to start; message changes to Page footer Page header Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

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    Vab = xxx Vac = xxx MTM METER MODULE NOT INSTALLED 3 PHASE KWATTS KW = xxx Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Description Message is a brief explanation of trip cause Unbalance Units = *.1 if G/F CT ratio = 2000:1...

  • Page 101

    END OF PAGE SEVEN ACTUAL VALUES PMCS Interface Toolkit Description Displayed only if MTM unit is on line Displayed only if MTM unit is on line Displayed only if MTM unit is on line Page footer Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 102: Sr469 Motor Management Relay

    ENTER Button ESCAPE Button MESSAGE UP or DOWN Buttons Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Function Opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Metering page. Opens the tabular data window specified during wizard configuration and sets the view to the Setpoints page.

  • Page 103

    Values are not continuously updated Information Last Trip Data Alarm Status Start Blocks Digital Inputs Real Time Clock Motor Starting Average Motor Load RTD Maximums Analog In Min/Max Trip Counters General Counters Timers Event 01, Event 02,… Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 104: Sr489 Generator Management Relay

    Pressing these buttons scrolls up or down through the lines of a Subgroup, displaying the actual MESSAGE DOWN buttons value and units. Panel Display Lights The SR489 Faceplate wizard displays LED’s animated to match the LED’s at the actual device. Table 16. SR489 Faceplate animated functions. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards PMCS Interface Toolkit...

  • Page 105

    Analog In Min/Max Trip Counters General Counters Timers Event 01, Event 02,… Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Thermal Capacity Used and Estimated Trip Time Neutral Current and Differential Current are not displayed. Phase Angles are not displayed. Phase Angles are not displayed.

  • Page 106: 565 Feeder Management Relay

    The BREAKER CLOSED and BREAKER OPEN bars show the status of the monitored feeder breaker. The SERVICE bar is not animated. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards The large faceplate representation of the 565 provides the following animated functions: Table 17.

  • Page 107

    Name entered by user, value given in user- defined units Displayed if disabled Page footer Page header Number of trips since last reset Press STORE button to reset trip counter Date of last reset xx/xx/xx Page footer Page header Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 108

    ALARM: KW DEMAND ALARM: KVAR DEMAND ALARM: POWER FACTOR ALARM: FREQUENCY ALARM: TRIP COIL ALARM: MTM COMM CAUSE OF LAST TRIP: Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Description Press STORE button to clear trip counters Page footer Page header PMCS Interface Toolkit...

  • Page 109

    Value in amps Value in amps If configured as Delta If configured as Wye If configured as Delta If configured as Wye If configured as Delta If configured as Wye mm/dd/yy hh:mm:ss Page footer Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 110

    KW DEMAND DISABLED CLEAR KW DEMAND DATA? KW DEMAND DATA CL’D: xx/xx/xx Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Description Page header Page footer Page header Displayed only if enabled Press STORE button to clear event counter Date of last reset: mm/dd/yy...

  • Page 111

    END OF PAGE PMCS Interface Toolkit Description Displayed if disabled Press STORE button to reset kVAR data Date of last reset: mm/dd/yy Page footer Page header If PF < 0 If PF > 0 Page footer Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 112: 735 Feeder Relay

    Clicking anywhere in the Communications area of the Faceplate wizard displays the button tabular data screen’s Metering tab. The DIP switches shown in the Comm. area are not selectable. Table 18. 735 Faceplate animated functions. Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards PMCS Interface Toolkit...

  • Page 113: Sr745 Transformer Management Relay

    Page containing that Subgroup. MESSAGE UP / Pressing these buttons scrolls up or down through the lines of a Subgroup, displaying the actual value MESSAGE DOWN and units. buttons PMCS Interface Toolkit Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 114

    3-D wizard. Page 1:STATUS Page 2: METERING Page 3: EVENT RECORD Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Current Only the Winding 1, 2, and 3 RMS Current magnitude values are displayed, along with their % of rated load. NOTE: Winding 3 values are only displayed if the Transformer Type configured on the device is for 3 windings.

  • Page 115: Sr750/sr760 Feeder Management Relay

    If the display shows a page when the ENTER button is pressed, the display will change to the first subgroup within that page. If the display shows a subgroup when the ENTER button is pressed, the display will change to the first line within that subgroup. PMCS Interface Toolkit Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

  • Page 116

    Page 1:STATUS Page 2: METERING Page 3: MAINTENANCE Page 4: EVENT RECORDER Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards Feeder Status A single text value is displayed, indicating whether or not an alarm condition exists. This text is not continuously updated.

  • Page 117

    All values supported except Voltage Phase Angles and Synchronizing Voltages. Demand Energy All values supported except Watthour Costs and Last Reset Date. Analog Input Trip Counters Arcing Current Event 01, Event 02,… Last Reset Date Features of GE Large Faceplate Wizards...

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  • Page 119: Features Of Tabular Data Screen Wizards

    Features of Tabular Data Screen Wizards Introduction This chapter describes the features available with tabular data screens. The set of features basic to all tabular data screens is described first, then any unique features are described for each device. Features of Tabular Data Screens The upper left-hand area of every tabular data screen contains a 3-D graphic of the device faceplate.

  • Page 120

    The right side of the screen contains a display of the device data. The tabs at the bottom enable you to select among the various data tables which can be displayed. The number of tabs (screens) varies according to the type and amount of data available from the device.

  • Page 121: Power Leader Epm

    Power Leader EPM The Power Leader EPM Tabular Data Screen wizard provides the following command buttons: Table 21. PLEPM Tabular data screen commands. Another feature to bear in mind when working with the PLEPM tabular wizard is: PMCS Interface Toolkit Button Function Setup...

  • Page 122: Spectra Microversatrip

    Spectra MicroVersaTrip The Spectra MicroVersaTrip Tabular Data Screen wizard provides the following command buttons on the Setup screen: Table 22. Spectra MVT Tabular data screen commands. Another feature to bear in mind when working with the Spectra MicroVersaTrip tabular wizard is: Features of Tabular Data Screen Wizards Button Function...

  • Page 123: Enhanced Microversatrip-c Trip Unit

    Enhanced MicroVersaTrip-C Trip Unit The Enhanced MicroVersaTrip-C Tabular Data Screen provides six push buttons on the Setup screen: Table 23. EMVT-C Tabular data screen commands. PMCS Interface Toolkit Button Function Setup Energy Clears the accumulated energy registers in the trip unit Demand Clears the peak demand register in the trip unit Inst.

  • Page 124: Enhanced Microversatrip-d Trip Unit

    Enhanced MicroVersaTrip-D Trip Unit The Enhanced MicroVersaTrip-D Tabular Data Screen provides six push buttons on the Setup tab: Table 24. EMVT-D Tabular data screen commands. Features of Tabular Data Screen Wizards Button Function Setup Energy Clears the accumulated energy registers in the trip unit Demand Clears the peak demand register in the trip unit Inst.

  • Page 125: Power Leader Meter

    POWER LEADER Meter The POWER LEADER Meter Tabular Data Screen wizard provides three push buttons on the Command screen: Table 25. PL Meter Tabular data screen commands. PMCS Interface Toolkit Button Command Energy /VARH Clear Peak Current Clear Peak Watt Demand Clear Features of Tabular Data Screen Wizards Function...

  • Page 126: Spectra Ecm

    Spectra ECM The Spectra ECM Tabular Data Screen wizard performs the following actions with push buttons on the Command screen: Table 26. Spectra ECM Tabular data screen commands. Features of Tabular Data Screen Wizards Button Command Contactor 1 Start Contactor 2 Fast Start Contactor 2 Rev Start Stop 1 &...

  • Page 127: Mdp Digital Overcurrent Relay

    MDP Digital Overcurrent Relay The MDP Tabular Data Screen wizard has three command buttons: Table 27. MDP Tabular data screen commands. Another feature to bear in mind when working with the MDP tabular wizard is: PMCS Interface Toolkit Button Function Command Open Breaker Opens the breaker.

  • Page 128: Pqm (power Quality Meter)

    PQM (Power Quality Meter) All six function buttons under the Info box are enabled for the PQM. Pressing the Setup button launches the PQMPC program for viewing and configuring setpoints. The PQM Tabular Data Screen wizard has nine command buttons, described below. Button Metering Clear Energy...

  • Page 129: Motor Manager Ii (mmii)

    Motor Manager II (MMII) Five of the six function buttons under the Info box are enabled for the MMII; the Wave button is not supported for the MMII. The MMII Tabular Data Screen wizard has four command buttons, described below. Button Metering Clear Energy...

  • Page 130: Epm 3710 Meter

    EPM 3710 Meter The EPM 3710 Tabular Data Screen wizard provides the following special features: Code Meaning Voltage A Voltage B Voltage C Current A Current B Current C Features of Tabular Data Screen Wizards The Normal Metering Values screen has a label that displays either kVA Demand or Amps Demand, depending on how the meter is configured.

  • Page 131: Epm 3720 Meter

    EPM 3720 Meter The EPM 3720 Tabular Data Screen wizard has several special features. You can use the Setup 1, Setup 2, and Setpoints screens to change the meter configuration. Values displayed in white boxes are changeable. Some are changed by clicking on the displayed value, while others provide scroll buttons, and some have both.

  • Page 132: Epm 7300 Meter

    EPM 7300 Meter The EPM 7300 Tabular Data Screen wizard has several special features. You can use the Setup screen to change the meter configuration. Values displayed in white boxes are changeable. Some are changed by clicking on the displayed value, while others are changed by clicking on the associated scroll button.

  • Page 133: Epm 7500/7600 Meter

    EPM 7500/7600 Meter The EPM 7500/7600 Tabular Data Screen wizard has several special features. You can use the Setup screen to change the meter configuration. Values displayed in white boxes are changeable. Some are changed by clicking on the displayed value, while others are changed by clicking on the associated scroll button.

  • Page 134

    I C: n/a when Voltage Mode is SINGLE KW A, B: n/a when Voltage Mode is DELTA KW C: n/a when Voltage Mode is DELTA or SINGLE KW Total KVA A, B: n/a when Voltage Mode is DELTA KVA C: n/a when Voltage Mode is DELTA or SINGLE KVA Total KVAR A, B: n/a when Voltage Mode is DELTA KVAR C: n/a when Voltage Mode is DELTA or SINGLE...

  • Page 135: Min/max Tab

    Min/Max Tab EPM 7500/7600 Meter - Min/Max Tab The Minimum/Maximum Values tab displays a variety of minimum and maximum values recorded by the EPM 7500/7600. Select Show Minimum or Show Maximum buttons to display either the minimum or maximum values for the displayed parameters.

  • Page 136: Power Quality Tab

    Power Quality Tab EPM 7500/7600 Meter - Power Quality Tab The Power Quality tab displays the following power quality values from the EPM 7500/7600. Symmetric Components Disturbance Counts Relative Setpoints The Power Quality tab also provides push buttons for performing the following commands: Reset Sag Swell Disturbance Counter –...

  • Page 137: Demand Tab

    Enable/Disable Over Current – Enables or Disables Over Current for Phases A, B, and C for Relative Setpoint Tracking. Enable/Disable Over Vunb – Enables or Disables Over Voltage Unbalance for Relative Setpoint Tracking. Demand Tab EPM 7500/7600 Meter - Demand Tab The Demand tab displays the following demand values from the EPM 7500/7600.

  • Page 138: Inputs Tab

    The Demand tab also provides push buttons for performing the following commands: Reset Energy – Resets Energy Demand values identified above. Reset SWD– Resets Sliding Window Demand values identified above. Reset Thermal – Resets Thermal Demand values identified above. Reset Peak – Resets Peak Demand values identified above. The Minimum/Peak panel's Show Maximum and Show Minimum buttons can be used to toggle the display between minimums and peaks.

  • Page 139: Setup 1 Tab

    Reset Counters – Resets Digital Input Status Counters for SI1-8. The Inputs tab also provides retentive memory inputs for the following: Digital Input Names for SI1-8. Setup 1 Tab EPM 7500/7600 Meter - Setup 1 Tab The Setup 1 tab displays the following demand values from the EPM 7500/7600. Power Settings Transformer Ratio Settings Communications...

  • Page 140

    Download – Executes a script to check for values that have changed and downloads those values to the device via the GE 7700 Gateway. Refresh – Executes a script to upload all of the meter values for the settings on the screen.

  • Page 141: Setup 2 Tab

    Setup 2 Tab EPM 7500/7600 Meter - Setup 2 Tab The Setup 2 tab displays the following demand values from the EPM 7500/7600. Sliding Window Demand Settings Waveform Recorder Settings Sag / Swell / Transient Settings Relative Setpoint Settings PMCS Interface Toolkit Sliding Demand Sub Interval Settings for KW, KVAR, KVA, and Iavg.

  • Page 142

    The Setup 2 tab also provides push buttons for performing the following commands: Download– Executes a script to check for values that have changed and downloads those values to the device via the GE 7700 Gateway. Refresh– .Executes a script to upload all of the meter values for the settings on the screen.

  • Page 143: Epm 7700 Meter

    EPM 7700 Meter The EPM 7700 Tabular Data Screen wizard has several special features. You can use the Setup screen to change the meter configuration. Values displayed in white boxes are changeable. Some are changed by clicking on the displayed value, while others are changed by clicking on the associated scroll button.

  • Page 144

    Vll BC, CA, and Avg: n/a when Voltage Mode is SINGLE KW A, B: n/a when Voltage Mode is DELTA KW C: n/a when Voltage Mode is DELTA or SINGLE KW Total KVAR A, B: n/a when Voltage Mode is DELTA KVAR C: n/a when Voltage Mode is DELTA or SINGLE KVAR Total KVA A, B: n/a when Voltage Mode is DELTA...

  • Page 145: Min/max Tab

    Min/Max Tab EPM 7700 ION Meter - Min/Max Tab The Minimum/Maximum Values tab displays a variety of minimum and maximum values recorded by the EPM 7700. Select Show Minimum or Show Maximum buttons to display either the minimum or maximum values for the displayed parameters.

  • Page 146: Power Quality Tab

    Power Quality Tab EPM 7700 ION Meter - Power Quality Tab The Power Quality tab displays the following power quality values from the EPM 7700. Disturbance Monitoring Symmetric Components The Power Quality tab also provides push buttons for performing the following commands: Features of Tabular Data Screen Wizards Sag / Swell Counter...

  • Page 147: Demand Tab

    Reset Disturbance Counters – Resets Sag Swell and Transient Counters. Enable/Disable Sag Swell – Enables or Disables Sag Swell Tracking. Enable/Disable Transient – Enables or Disables Transient Tracking. Enable/Disable Over KW – Enables or Disables Over Real Power Sliding Window Demand for Relative Setpoint Tracking.

  • Page 148: Inputs Tab

    Thermal Demand The Demand tab also provides push buttons for performing the following commands: Reset Energy – Resets Energy Demand values identified above. Reset SWD– Resets Sliding Window Demand values identified above. Thermal Demand – Resets Thermal Demand values identified above. Inputs Tab EPM 7700 ION Meter - Inputs Tab The Inputs tab displays the following values from the EPM 7700.

  • Page 149: Setup 1 Tab

    The Inputs tab also provides push buttons for performing the following commands: Reset Counters – Resets Digital Input Status Counters for SI1-8. The Inputs tab also provides retentive memory inputs for the following: Digital Input Names for SI1-8. Analog Input Names for AI1-4. : n/a when doesn’t exist on the meter Setup 1 Tab EPM 7700 ION Meter - Setup 1 Tab The Setup 1 tab displays the following demand values from the EPM 7700.

  • Page 150

    Download – Executes a script to check for values that have changed and downloads those values to the device via the GE 7700 Gateway. Refresh – Executes a script to upload all of the meter values for the settings on the screen.

  • Page 151: Setup 2 Tab

    Setup 2 Tab EPM 7700 ION Meter - Setup 2 Tab The Setup 2 tab displays the following demand values from the EPM 7700. Sliding Window Demand Settings Waveform Recorder Settings Sag / Swell / Transient Settings Relative Setpoint Settings PMCS Interface Toolkit Sliding Demand Sub Interval Settings for KW, KVAR, KVA, and Iavg.

  • Page 152

    The Setup 2 tab also provides push buttons for performing the following commands: Download– Executes a script to check for values that have changed and downloads those values to the device via the GE 7700 Gateway. Refresh– .Executes a script to upload all of the meter values for the settings on the screen.

  • Page 153: Universal Relay

    Universal Relay The Universal Relay devices are a highly-flexible family of power management devices based on the concept of a backplane and CPU supporting a wide variety of plug-in modules. These modules provide metering, monitoring, protection and control functions, and other abilities. A UR tabular wizard can display between one and eight screens of data –...

  • Page 154

    The Metering tab displays the following metered values from the B30, C60, D60, F30, F35, F60, G60, L60, L90, M60 and T60 devices: Actual Values for Voltage, Current, Power, Power Factor, and Frequency. These values are detailed below. Current RMS Current for each phase, ground, and neutral Phasor magnitude and angle for each phase, ground and neutral Voltage RMS voltage for each phase-to-phase, phase-to-neutral, and auxiliary voltage value.

  • Page 155: Power Quality Tab

    Power Quality Tab Universal Relay - Quality Tab The Quality tab provides six buttons labeled S1 – S6. These buttons enable you to select the source (1 – 6) for display. The text in the upper left corner of the tab indicates which source is currently displayed.

  • Page 156: Protection Control Tab

    Protection Control Tab Universal Relay - Protection Control Tab The Protection Control tab is supported for the following devices: B30, C30, C60, D60, F30, F35, F60, G60, L60, L90, M60 and T60. The Protection Control tab provides the features described below. Grouped Protection Settings There are eight identical groups of protection settings in the UR - this tab provides an enable/disable status indication of selected protection elements, as well as a...

  • Page 157: Power System Configuration Tab

    the active group currently in use by the relay’s protection algorithms. The pushbuttons are subject to user level security in Intouch. Phase TOC and IOC Settings The Phase, Neutral, and Ground buttons in this section may be used to select the display of the TOC and IOC values.

  • Page 158: Transformer Tab

    Displays "N/A" if the Order Code indicates no VT is installed in the affected location. Synchrocheck 1/2 Delta The Delta values for Synchrocheck 1 and 2, voltage frequency, and phase. IRIG-B Signal Type Displays the IRIG-B signal type in use, if applicable. Normal Frequency The system nominal frequency in hertz.

  • Page 159: Elements Tab

    The T60 device alone supports a Transformer Tab on its wizard. This tab is unique to the T60 device type. The following values are shown: Differential Current Phasor magnitude and angle. Differential 2nd Harmonic Phasor magnitude and angle Differential 5th Harmonic Phasor magnitude and angle Restraint Current Phasor Magnitude and angle...

  • Page 160: Digital Counter Tab

    Digital Counter Tab Universal Relay - Digital Counter Tab The digital counter tab supports B30, C30, C60, D60, F30, F35, F60, G60, L60, L90, M60 and T60 device types, showing information about the eight digital counters provided in each UR. Status –...

  • Page 161: Virtual Inputs Tab

    Virtual Inputs Tab Universal Relay - Virtual Inputs Tab The Virtual Inputs (VInputs) tab allows the user to enable/disable all configured virtual inputs in the connected device and provides indication of their status. The 32 virtual inputs can be manually operated with the pushbuttons provided at the bottom of the screen.

  • Page 162: Virtual Outputs Tab

    Virtual Outputs Tab Universal Relay - Virtual Outputs Tab The Virtual Outputs (VOutput) tab allows the user to view the status (energized/de- energized) of all available virtual outputs on the device. The user can also assign a textual name to each of the outputs. Up to 64 virtual outputs can be diplayed. This tab supports the B30, C30, C60, D60, F30, F35, F60, G60, L60, L90, M60 and T60 devices.

  • Page 163: Contact Inputs Tab

    Contact Inputs Tab Universal Relay - Contact Input Tab The Contact Input tab supports the B30, C30, C60, D60, F30, F35, F60, G60, L60, L90, M60 and T60 UR devices, and shows the contact inputs installed on the selected relay. Up to 96 contact inputs may be displayed. Contact Inputs The contacts are presented as a series of pages.

  • Page 164: Contact Output Tab

    Contact Output Tab Universal Relay - Contact Output Tab The Contact Output tab supports the B30, C30, C60, D60, F30, F35, F60, G60, L60, L90, M60 and T60 UR devices, and shows the contact outputs installed on the selected relay. Up to 64 contact outputs may be displayed. Contact Output The contacts are presented as a series of pages.

  • Page 165: Dcma Tab

    DCMA Tab Universal Relay - DCMA Tab The Direct Current MilliAmperes (DCMA) tab supports the B30, C30, C60, D60, F30, F35, F60, G60, L60, L90, M60 and T60 UR devices, and shows the state of the relay's DCMA inputs. DCMA inputs are analog inputs used to read external transducer values.

  • Page 166: Source Tabs

    Source Tabs Universal Relay - Source Tab Example Similar in operation to the metering tab (except that frequency information is not displayed), there are five identical "Source" tabs (2 – 6) which display actual values information specific to the indicated source. There is no "Source 1" tab, since the Metering tab serves as the "Source 1"...

  • Page 167: Demand Tab

    Demand Tab Universal Relay - Demand Tab The Demand tab supports the B30, C60, D60, F30, F35, F60, G60, L60, L90, M60 and T60 UR devices, and shows a variety of energy measurements and demand parameters for a selected source. These values are displayed for up to six sources, which may be toggled between using the S1 - S6 buttons.

  • Page 168: Line Tab

    Line Tab Universal Relay - Line Tab The Line tab supports the D60, F30, F60, G60, L60, L90 and UR devices, and shows a variety of energy measurements and demand parameters for a selected source. These values are displayed for up to six sources, which may be toggled between using the S1 - S6 buttons.

  • Page 169: Breaker Tab

    Breaker Tab Universal Relay - Breaker Tab The Breaker tab supports the B30, C30, C60, D60, F30, F35, F60, G60, L60, L90, M60 and T60 UR devices, and shows a variety amperage measurements and breaker status, as well as allowing control of breaker functions and auto reclosers. Arcing Amperage at Breaker 1 and 2 is displayed for Phases A, B, and C.

  • Page 170: Contact Output Current States Tab

    Auto Reclose If the breaker is so equipped, the status of and reclose count for up to six Auto Reclose functions can be displayed, and each recloser may be enabled or disabled. Click the button next to each ID number to enable/disable the autorecloser. Contact Output Current States Tab Universal Relay - Contact Output Current States Tab The Contact Output Current State tab supports the B30, C30, C60, D60, F30, F35,...

  • Page 171: Remote Temperature Detection Tab

    Remote Temperature Detection Tab Universal Relay - Contact Output Tab The RTD tab supports the B30, C30, C60, D60, F30, F35, F60, G60, L60, L90, M60 and T60 UR devices, and shows the RTD sensors installed on the selected relay. Up to 48 input sensors may be displayed.

  • Page 172: Bus Tab

    Bus Tab Universal Relay - Bus Tab The Bus tab is supported for the B30 UR device only. It displays Phase Magnitude and Angle measurements on Bus 1 and Bus 2 for phases A, B, and C. Current direction is shown in degrees for each phase, and the Zone function can be enabled or disabled on each Bus.

  • Page 173: 239 Motor Protection Relay

    239 Motor Protection Relay The 239 does not support Waveform Capture or Event generation, therefore these buttons are disabled beneath the Info box. The 239 Tabular Data Screen’s command buttons are described below: Table 31. 239 Tabular data screen commands. See the 239 Motor Protection Relay Instruction Manual (Chapter 5, Actual Values) for information on the display of data values under different device configurations.

  • Page 174: 269 Plus Motor Management Relay

    269 Plus Motor Management Relay The 269 Tabular Data Screen wizard provides two reset push buttons on the Setup 6 tab. Table 32. 269+ Tabular data screen commands. For complete explanations of parameters, refer to the 269+ Users Guide. Features of Tabular Data Screen Wizards Button Status 6 Clear Last RTD Data...

  • Page 175: 369 Motor Management Relay

    369 Motor Management Relay Metering Tab 369 - Metering Data Screen The Metering tab displays the following metered values from the 369 device: Actual Values for Voltage, Current, Power, Power Factor, and Frequency. These values are detailed below. Current Voltage Voltage values are only displayed if the Metering or Backspin option is installed in the relay, and if a voltage transformer (VT) connection has been programmed in the relay.

  • Page 176

    Line – Neutral voltage magnitude and angle (only shown for wye configurations) Average Line-Neutral voltage. (only shown for wye configurations) Power Power values are displayed only if the Metering or Backspin option is installed in the relay and a VT connection has been programmed. Motor Status The current status of the motor is shown in a colored indicator block Timer Functions &...

  • Page 177: Alarms Tab

    Alarms Tab 369 Relay - Alarms Tab This page displays the current status of the alarm functions within the relay. If a function is disabled or not programmed, its label will appear as dark gray text, and its associated indicator will be dark gray at all times. If a function is enabled its label will appear as black text, and its indicator will show the current status of that function.

  • Page 178: Trip Data Tab

    Trip Data Tab 369 Relay - Trip Data Tab This tab displays information about the last trip event. Voltage, power, and power factor values are only indicated if the Metering or Backspin option is installed and a VT connection has been programmed in the relay. Line-Neutral voltages are only displayed when the VT is connected in a wye configuration.

  • Page 179: Trip Counter Tab

    Trip Counter Tab 369 Relay - Trip Counter Tab This tab displays information about the accumulated trips experienced by the relay. Data on this page can be cleared using the Clear Last Trip Data button on the Control tab. PMCS Interface Toolkit Features of Tabular Data Screen Wizards...

  • Page 180: Demand Tab

    Demand Tab 369 Relay - Demand Tab This tab displays current and power demand metering information. Current demand is indicated regardless of options/VT settings. Power demand values are only available when the Metering or Backspin option is installed on the relay and a VT connection is programmed. Peak demand values may be cleared using the Clear Peak Demand Data button on the Control tab.

  • Page 181: Local Rtd Tab

    Local RTD Tab 369 Relay - Local RTD Tab This tab displays information about any RTD temperature probes connected directly to the device. Information on this tab is only available if the RTD option is installed in the relay. Information and alarm indication for each RTD is only available when that RTD is programmed for operation.

  • Page 182: Remote Rtd Tab

    Remote RTD Tab 369 Relay - RRTD Tab This tab displays information about any RTD temperature probes connected to one or more Remote RTD units. These external accessories connect via Modbus to the 369 relay. A maximum of four RRTD modules can be connected to a 369 relay – each module is assigned a page on this tab.

  • Page 183: Control Tab

    Control Tab 369 Relay - Control Tab This tab provides limited control functionality over Modbus. Status – indicates the current status of the output relays and general digital inputs. Preset Values – shows the current value of the indicated field and allows you to preset a new value.

  • Page 184: Setup Tab

    Setup Tab 369 Relay - Setup Tab This tab displays selected setpoints from the device. All fields on this tab are read- only. Setpoints may be changed via the relay’s own setup program or manually via the front panel. Features of Tabular Data Screen Wizards PMCS Interface Toolkit...

  • Page 185: Sr469 Motor Management Relay

    SR469 Motor Management Relay All six function buttons under the Info box are enabled for the SR469. The SR469 Tabular Data Screen wizard has nine command buttons, described below. Metering Status Trip Maintenance Table 33. SR469 Tabular data screen commands. See the SR469 Motor Management Relay manual (Chapter 5, Actual Values) for information on the display of data values under different device configurations.

  • Page 186: Sr489 Generator Management Relay

    SR489 Generator Management Relay All the SR489’s function buttons below the Info box are enabled. The SR489 Tabular Data Screen wizard has nine command buttons, described below. Button Metering Reset Device Clear Peak Demand Clear MWh and Mvarh Clear Max RTD Data Trip Data Clear Last Trip Data Clear Analog I/P Min/Max Data...

  • Page 187: Feeder Management Relay

    The 565 Tabular Data Screen wizard has the following buttons on the Command tab: Table 35. 565 Tabular data screen commands. The Setup 2 tab has two data input areas. Analog Input Title creates a user label for the analog input used in the device. Analog Input Units performs the same function for the units of the analog input.

  • Page 188

    SR735 Feeder Relay The Events and Wave function buttons below the Info box are disabled since the SR735 does not support Waveform Capture or Event generation. The SR735 Tabular Data Screen wizard has two command buttons, described below. Table 36. 735 Tabular data screen commands. Features of Tabular Data Screen Wizards Button Metering...

  • Page 189: Sr735 Feeder Relay

    SR745 Transformer Management Relay Under the Info box, the SR745’s function buttons are all enabled. The SR745 Tabular Data Screen wizard has three command buttons: Table 37. SR745 Tabular data screen commands. See the SR745 Transformer Management Relay Instruction Manual (Chapter 6, Actual Values) for information on the display of data values under different device configurations.

  • Page 190: Sr745 Transformer Management Relay

    SR750/SR760 Feeder Management Relay The SR750 and SR760 are very similar devices and share a common Tabular Data Screen wizard. During wizard configuration, select which type of device the wizard represents (SR750 or SR760) by selecting the corresponding radio button in the Wizard Configuration dialog box.

  • Page 191: Sr750/sr760 Feeder Management Relay

    operate a variety of logic functions for circuit breaker control, external trips, blocking of protection elements, etc., and use the PCMS Wizard to monitor the status of the logic inputs. For more information, refer to the SR750/SR760 user manual, in the section titled Setpoints - S3 Logic Inputs.

  • Page 192

    DFP100 Relay The DFP100 Tabular Data Screen wizard provides several command buttons, described in the following table: Features of Tabular Data Screen Wizards PMCS Interface Toolkit...

  • Page 193: Dfp100 Relay

    Table 39. DFP100 Tabular data screen commands. General notes on controls: 1. If the communications link between the device and the wizard has failed (as 2. While a warning or prompt message box is displayed by the wizard, all wizard 3.

  • Page 194

    DFP200 Relay The DFP200 Tabular Data Screen wizard provides several command buttons, described in the following table: Features of Tabular Data Screen Wizards PMCS Interface Toolkit...

  • Page 195: Dfp200 Relay

    Button Control Lockout Recloser Reset Recloser Open/Close Breaker Enable/Disable Digital Outputs Reset Fault Data Reset Latched Alarms Reset Event/Diag. Logs Reset THD Osc. Data Reset Demand Data Reset Energy Meter Data Group 1 – Group 8 Digital Input and Output Labels Table 40.

  • Page 196

    Fanuc 90/30 The Fanuc 90/30 Tabular Data Screen wizard is blank. This allows any desired data to be placed on the screen. Fanuc 90/70 The Fanuc 90/70 Tabular Data Screen wizard is blank. This allows any desired data to be placed on the screen. Features of Tabular Data Screen Wizards PMCS Interface Toolkit...

  • Page 197: Fanuc 90/30

    Troubleshooting EPM 3710/EPM 3720 – no data or incorrect data displayed Q: The values on the EPM 3710/3720 wizards come up showing zeros or incorrect data. A: The EPM 3710/3720 wizards require you to click the Refresh button on the wizard before the display is updated.

  • Page 198

    PLEPM – Wrong Metering tab displayed Q: When I double-click the display on the PLEPM's Large Faceplate wizard to go to the Tabular data screen, the DELTA metering tab is displayed, even though the PLEPM is configured as WYE. A: Click another tab and then click back to the Metering tab. The correct configuration will now be displayed.

  • Page 199: Troubleshooting

    Appendix A: EPM 3720 Sliding Window Demand Keys Downloading Sliding Demand Window Keys to the EPM 3720 The EPM 3720 supports up to 10 sliding demand measurements that are user- programmable via the Tabular Data screen wizard. The Sliding Demand tab offers a set of adjustable fields, into which a user can enter a key (a unique string of values) which, when downloaded to the EPM 3720, will trigger a measurement.

  • Page 200: Plepm - Wrong Metering Tab Displayed

    Table A-1. EPM 3720 Sliding Window Demand Keys. #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance 21-23 25-27 29-2F 34-67 Appendix A: EPM 3720 Sliding Window Demand Keys Sliding Window Key Thumbwheel Settings Measurement Volts LN Average Volts LN Phase A Volts LN Phase B Volts LN Phase C Volts LL Average Volts LL Phase AB...

  • Page 201: Appendix A: Epm 3720 Sliding Window Demand Keys

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance PMCS Interface Toolkit Sliding Window Key Thumbwheel Settings Measurement V2 HD - K-Factor V3 HD - K-Factor VAUX HD - K-Factor I1 HD - K-Factor I2 HD - K-Factor I3 HD - K-Factor I4 HD - K-Factor V1 HD - Total Odd V2 HD - Total Odd V3 HD - Total Odd...

  • Page 202

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance Appendix A: EPM 3720 Sliding Window Demand Keys Sliding Window Key Thumbwheel Settings Measurement I4 HD - Harmonic #2 V1 HD - Harmonic #3 V2 HD - Harmonic #3 V3 HD - Harmonic #3 VAUX HD - Harmonic #3 I1 HD - Harmonic #3 I2 HD - Harmonic #3...

  • Page 203

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance PMCS Interface Toolkit Sliding Window Key Thumbwheel Settings Measurement I2 HD - Harmonic #8 I3 HD - Harmonic #8 I4 HD - Harmonic #8 V1 HD - Harmonic #9 V2 HD - Harmonic #9 V3 HD - Harmonic #9 VAUX HD - Harmonic #9 I1 HD - Harmonic #9...

  • Page 204

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance Appendix A: EPM 3720 Sliding Window Demand Keys Sliding Window Key Thumbwheel Settings Measurement VAUX HD - Harmonic #14 I1 HD - Harmonic #14 I2 HD - Harmonic #14 I3 HD - Harmonic #14 I4 HD - Harmonic #14 V1 HD - Harmonic #15 V2 HD - Harmonic #15...

  • Page 205: Using A Setpoint To Trigger Waveform Capture Or Record On The Epm 3720

    Appendix B: Automatic Waveform Capture and Waveform Retrieval on EPM 3720 Using a setpoint to trigger waveform capture or record on the EPM 3720 When a Setpoint is programmed from the wizard, the EPM 3720 has the ability to automatically capture or record waveforms based on the value of a specified parameter.

  • Page 206

    Appendix B: Automatic Waveform Capture and Waveform Retrieval on EPM 3720 only one input may be automatically captured. Choose Waveform Capture Channel X where X represents an integer between 1 and 8. Following are the Channel assignments for Wye and Delta systems. 11.

  • Page 207: Appendix B: Automatic Waveform Capture And Waveform Retrieval On Epm 3720

    Table B-1. EPM 3720 Trigger Keys. #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance 00-05 00-02 00-07 00-05 00-02 00-05 00-02 00-05 00-02 00-03 00-03 see valid instances below see valid instances below see valid instances below see valid instances below see valid instances below see valid...

  • Page 208

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance see valid instances below see valid instances below see valid instances below see valid instances below see valid instances below see valid instances below Instance Appendix B: Automatic Waveform Capture and Waveform Retrieval on EPM 3720 Trigger Key Thumbwheel Setting Meaning Thermal Demand Maximum...

  • Page 209

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance 21-23 25-27 29-2F 34-67 PMCS Interface Toolkit Appendix B: Automatic Waveform Capture and Waveform Retrieval on EPM 3720 Trigger Key Thumbwheel Setting Meaning kVA Total kVA Phase A kVA Phase B kVA Phase C PF Total PF Phase A PF Phase B...

  • Page 210

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance Appendix B: Automatic Waveform Capture and Waveform Retrieval on EPM 3720 Trigger Key Thumbwheel Setting Meaning I2 HD - Total Even I3 HD - Total Even I4 HD - Total Even V1 HD - Total V2 HD - Total V3 HD - Total VAUX HD - Total...

  • Page 211

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance PMCS Interface Toolkit Appendix B: Automatic Waveform Capture and Waveform Retrieval on EPM 3720 Trigger Key Thumbwheel Setting Meaning I2 HD - Harmonic #4 I3 HD - Harmonic #4 I4 HD - Harmonic #4 V1 HD - Harmonic #5 V2 HD - Harmonic #5 V3 HD - Harmonic #5...

  • Page 212

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance Appendix B: Automatic Waveform Capture and Waveform Retrieval on EPM 3720 Trigger Key Thumbwheel Setting Meaning I2 HD - Harmonic #9 I3 HD - Harmonic #9 I4 HD - Harmonic #9 V1 HD - Harmonic #10 V2 HD - Harmonic #10 V3 HD - Harmonic #10 VAUX HD - Harmonic #10...

  • Page 213

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance Reserved see valid instances below Reserved see valid instances below Reserved see valid instances below Reserved Instance PMCS Interface Toolkit Appendix B: Automatic Waveform Capture and Waveform Retrieval on EPM 3720 Trigger Key Thumbwheel Setting Meaning I2 HD - Harmonic #14 I3 HD - Harmonic #14...

  • Page 214

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance 21-23 25-27 29-2F 34-67 Appendix B: Automatic Waveform Capture and Waveform Retrieval on EPM 3720 Trigger Key Thumbwheel Setting Meaning kW Total kW Phase A kW Phase B kW Phase C kVAR Total kVAR Phase A kVAR Phase B kVAR Phase C kVA Total...

  • Page 215

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance PMCS Interface Toolkit Appendix B: Automatic Waveform Capture and Waveform Retrieval on EPM 3720 Trigger Key Thumbwheel Setting Meaning I2 HD - Total Odd I3 HD - Total Odd I4 HD - Total Odd V1 HD - Total Even V2 HD - Total Even V3 HD - Total Even...

  • Page 216

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance Appendix B: Automatic Waveform Capture and Waveform Retrieval on EPM 3720 Trigger Key Thumbwheel Setting Meaning I2 HD - Harmonic #3 I3 HD - Harmonic #3 I4 HD - Harmonic #3 V1 HD - Harmonic #4 V2 HD - Harmonic #4 V3 HD - Harmonic #4 VAUX HD - Harmonic #4...

  • Page 217

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance PMCS Interface Toolkit Appendix B: Automatic Waveform Capture and Waveform Retrieval on EPM 3720 Trigger Key Thumbwheel Setting Meaning I2 HD - Harmonic #8 I3 HD - Harmonic #8 I4 HD - Harmonic #8 V1 HD - Harmonic #9 V2 HD - Harmonic #9 V3 HD - Harmonic #9...

  • Page 218

    #3 & #4 Class Sub-class Instance The action keys specify the instance number for an object to perform an action on. The following action keys are possible: Action Key Setpoint Supported 1000-1004 STD HS 1100-1102 STD HS 1C00-1C04 STD HS A400-A407 STD HS A500...

  • Page 219: Index

    Index 239 Motor Protection Relay 89 269 Plus Motor Management Relay 91, 92, 168 565 Feeder Management Relay 100, 181 735 Feeder Relay 106, 183 90/30 191 90/70 191 alarm 92, 103 DFP100 187 DFP200 189 Elevation views 1, 23, 40, 41, 50 Elevation Views 49 Elevation wizards 40, 49 EPM 3710 Meter 80, 124...

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