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Parameter Backup - GE EX2100 User Manual

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Each new backup overwrites
the previous backup copy,
which cannot be restored.
EX2100 User's Guide GEH-6632
2.
For an Option parameter:
a.
Use the Up or Down Arrow buttons to select a new parameter value.
Press the Enter button to accept the change or Escape to exit and keep the
b.
present value.
Press ENTER to accept, ESC to leave
TripVHiTrip
New Value
= Trip disabled
Present Value = Trip enabled
3.
For a Numeric parameter:
Use the Left or Right Arrow buttons to highlight the digit to be changed.
a.
If you continue pressing the Left Arrow button after reaching the left-most
digit of the edit field, the field fills with blanks. Pressing Enter when the
entire number is blanked out saves a <No Value>.
b.
Use the Up and Down Arrow buttons to index through the valid digits (0, 1,
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, e, ., -).
The e in the digit selection represents the start of the exponent in scientific
notation. If the e is used, all digits to the right of the e make up the
number's exponent.
Press ENTER to accept, ESC to leave
VHiTripLev
New Value
=
Present Value =
Low Limit
=
High Limit
=
3.4028239e38
4.
When all of the digits have been changed, press Enter to accept the new value
or press Escape to exit and keep the present value.

Parameter Backup

It is good practice to keep a backup copy of the exciter's working parameter
configuration. You can then restore this file, if needed, or compare it with a re-
configured file to determine differences.
Ø To save active parameters
1.
From the Main Menu, select Parameter Backup Functions then select
Save Parameters to Backup.
Save Parameters to Backup
Save current parameter values.
Press ENTER to continue.
1.3
1.2
0.0000000
ESC cancels.
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