SD-Pocket User Manual
ABB
SACE SD-Pocket
1SDH000503R0002
L3104
EN
ABB SACE

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    SD-Pocket User Manual SACE SD-Pocket 1SDH000503R0002 L3104 ABB SACE...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Index PAG. INTRODUCTION................................4 ..............................4 YSTEM REQUIREMENTS 1.1.1 Hardware ................................... 4 1.1.2 Software..................................4 1.1.3 PDA models ................................4 INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION ........................5 ..................................5 NSTALLATION .................................. 6 NINSTALLATION PROGRAM START-UP ..............................7 LOG-IN PROCEDURE..............................9 HOME PAGE..................................10 ................................

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    Index of figures Pag. 1. S ......................5 IGURE ELECTION OF THE PROGRAM TO BE INSTALLED 2. L ..............................5 IGURE ANGUAGE SELECTION 3. PDA ..............................6 IGURE UNINSTALLATION 4. P ................................. 7 IGURE ROGRAM START 5. SD-P “P ” ........................

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    Index of tables Pag. 1. S ................................4 ABLE UPPORTED DEVICES 2. U ................................... 9 ABLE SER PROFILES 3. A ..............................21 ABLE LARM RIP SIGNALLING 4. W ................................23 ABLE RITE PASSWORD SACE SD-Pocket 1SDH000503R0002 L3104 3/25 ABB SACE...

  • Page 5: Introduction, Pda Models

    • Active Sync 3.8 and following (supplied with the PDA) 1.1.3 PDA models This software has been tested on the following PDA devices: 1. iPAQ Compaq 5550 2. iPAQ Compaq 3970 3. iPAQ Compaq 5450 4. iPAQ Compaq 2110 SACE SD-Pocket...

  • Page 6: Installation And Uninstallation

    2. Installation and uninstallation 2.1 Installation Insert USB memory device and execute SDInstaller.exe file. The following screen is showed: select SD-Pocket. Figure 1. Selection of the program to be installed WARNING! The PC must be connected to PDA through the serial / USB port. The installation file is executed on the PC having the requirements as per paragraph: the user is asked to select the language of the application.

  • Page 7: U Ninstallation

    2.2 Uninstallation WARNING! The PC must be connected to the PDA through the serial / USB port. In the PDA version, the following window will appear. Figure 3. PDA uninstallation • Select ABB SD-Pocket • Click on “Remove” SACE SD-Pocket 1SDH000503R0002 L3104 6/25...

  • Page 8: Program Start-up

    3. Program start-up From the “Start” menu of Windows Mobile 2003 select “Programs”. Figure 4. Program start-up Click the “SD-Pocket” icon. Figure 5. SD-Pocket icon in the “Program” page The program starts up and the following splash screen will appear for few seconds, necessary for the program loading.

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    Figure 6. Splash screen After the program has been loaded, the “Log-in” page appears. Figure 7. Log-in page SACE SD-Pocket 1SDH000503R0002 L3104 8/25 ABB SACE...

  • Page 10: Log-in Procedure

    4. Log-in procedure To enter the program it is necessary to insert the user name and the password. Two types of user are defined: User type User name Password Description • Administrator Administrator He is the user with the highest rights •...

  • Page 11: Home Page

    5. Home page After the log in procedure, the user enters the home page (home page): Figure 8. Home page The user can choose between the following actions available within the toolbar: Figure 9. “Functions” menù • Functions: the user can select between the following actions (for more details see paragraph § 5.1): Log-out: user disconnection and return to the log in page.

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    Figure 10. “Help” menù • : the user can select the following actions: help Current User: visualization of the user currently connected. Help: help page visualization. About SD-Pocket: visualization of the SW’s version. In this page it is possible to activate the device selection function which visualizes the devices within the range of action of the PDA with which it is possible to establish a connection.

  • Page 13: User Management

    5.1 Functions menù 5.1.1 User management This function can be accessed by the Administrator only. To modify the users’ access rights select “Functions User Manager”: the following page will appear: Figure 11. "User manager" page Through the combo-box select the user name whose rights have to be modified. Set the check-boxes below accordingly to the user’s access rights.

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    5.1.1.1 User settings Figure 12. “User settings” page The administrator has to insert the new user name (different from those already present) and the new password. It is possible to avoid the input of the new password. Selecting “OK” the new data are temporarily saved and the “User management” page is returned. The data are permanently saved only after pressing the “Save”...

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    5.1.1.2 Disable devices The administrator can choose which devices the user can get in connection with: the user cannot detect new devices. By pressing the “Disable devices” button the “Personalize” button appears that, if selected, opens a page with the following options: Figure 13.

  • Page 16: Password Management

    5.1.2 Password management Each user can modify its password. To modify the password select “Functions Password management”: The following page is opened: Figure 14. “Password management” page The user must insert the old password, the new one and confirm it. If the old password is wrong or the new password is not correctly confirmed, an error message appears.

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    5.1.3.1 Current user A window appears in which is possible to select the name of the user currently connected. Figure 16. “Current user” window 5.1.3.2 On line help The following page is visualized: Figure 17. “Help on line” page From the option tree in the upper side of the page, the user can select the argument he is interested in, that will appear in the lower portion of the page.

  • Page 18: F Igure 19. C Onnected Device

    5.1.3.3 About SD-Pocket A window appears in which the SW version of the program and its release date are given. Figure 18. “About SD-Pocket” window 5.1.3.4 Connected device When a connection is active the connected device is visualized: Figure 19. Connected device SACE SD-Pocket 1SDH000503R0002 L3104...

  • Page 19: Select Device

    6. Select device Pressing the “Select device” button the following page appears: Figure 20. "Device list" page The device search lasts many seconds. In the upper part of the page the number of found devices is given. The user can end the search selecting the “Stop search” button that is active during the search only. At the end the information collected by the program is compared to those available in the device database.

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    In the page two buttons are available: • New search: the devices search procedure is restarted. This button is activated once the previous search has ended. • Connect: the connection to the selected device is starter. This button is activated once a device has been selected.

  • Page 21: Connection

    7. Connection By selecting “Connect” the resume page appears, that contains the main information of the selected device. Figure 22. Device description The tag name and the type of device are compared with those available in the device database: if there are any differences a pop-up page appears to inform the user that the database will be updated.

  • Page 22: Browsing The Device

    8. Browsing the device This section is peculiar for each protection unit. In all its pages a toolbar is available from which the following actions can be selected: • : a scroll menu is opened with the following available actions: Functions New device: it starts the search for new devices.

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    • Primary pages: these are accessible through the “Menu” button on the toolbar. They are containers of secondary pages. Figure 24. “Alarms” menù • Secondary pages: these are accessible within each primary page and are represented by one or more overlapping ribbons.

  • Page 24: W Rite Access Password

    8.2 Write access password To prevent unauthorized access to the programming session of the device, a device write password is required: Figure 26: Write-enable password In the following table the passwords to access the programming session of each device can be found: Trip unit Write password PR121/P...

  • Page 25: Sd-data Viewer

    9. SD-Data Viewer This USB memory device contains "SD-DataViewer", a program that makes possible to visualize the data recorded into the Datalogger file by the PR122/P and PR123/P trip units and downloaded by means of SD-Pocket. "SD-DataViewer" has to be installed on the PC. 9.1 Software requirements •...

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