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Elipse Power Training Course


Trainer : Jamie Hsu

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1. Create a new Domain

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Step1. Check Create a new Domain and click OK.

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Step2. Click Next >

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Step3. Click Next >

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Step4. Click (Y)

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Step5. Click Next >

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Step6. Click Next >

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Step7. Click Next >

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Step8. Click Next >

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Step9. Click Next >

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Step10. Click Finish

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Step11. The New Domain is created

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2. Build a Frame

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Frame
Frames are objects that organize and structure the project interface, creating
composed views for the user inside a Viewer or an Internet browser main window.
Many times, an application requires only a main Screen, which is the doorway to
the application. From then on, the user can browse other Screens, which will
replace the first one, unifying the process view. However, it is possible to support
more than one view in the same document or the same project.

Example

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Step1. Right click on Viewer


and Frame
Step2. Select Insert Frame in
Stpe3. Select <New File>

Note:
The different between Insert
Frame in XXX.prj and New File?
1.Insert in XXX.prj: The Frame
you build only can be used
when you open the file.
2.New File: The Frame can be
used dependent and also for
the future use so that you do
not have to build again.
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Step1.
Step2.

Step3.

Stpe4. Rename for the Frame and save the file.

Step4.

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Step5. Right click on the new Frame to select insert Split Horizontal or Split Vertical.

Step5.

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Step6. In the example, insert two Split Horizontal

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Step7. Click the on the top and we can see its property so that we can edit the
Name, SplitBorder, SplitResizable and SplitValue.

Step7. Click Here

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Step8. Click centre and change its name to Bottom

Step8. Click Here

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Step9. Right Click Viewer


Step10. Select Property

Step9.

Step10.

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Step11. Change Initail Screen


or Frame by clicking

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Step11.

Step12. Click Frame1


Step13. Click Paste

Step12.

Step13.

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Step14. The initial Screen or Frame


change to Frame1 and close
the window.
Step15. Click

Step14.

saves and runs domain

Step15.

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Step16. After run domain, we can see the frame we build on the viewer, but
the Split can be resizable and the Split Border , follow next to disable it.

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Step17. Right Click on the top to edit the property.


Step18. Double click on the SplitBorder and SplitResizable to set to False, and the
value set to 10%.

Step17. Click Here

Step18.

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Step19. Right Click on the Centre to edit the property.


Step20. Double click on the SplitBorder and SplitResizable to set to False,
and the value set to 80%.

Step19. Click Here

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Step21. Right Click on the Bottom to edit the property.


Step22. Double click on the SplitBorder and SplitResizable to set to False.

Step21. Click Here

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Step23. Save all

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and run

, the Frame is completed.

3. Insert Screens

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Screen
The Screen is the basic object for interfacing with the user, and it can contain
several objects. Graphics inserted onto the Screen can be deleted, copied,
moved, resized, grouped, or configured.
Top Screen

Main Screen

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Buttom Screen

Step1. Right click on Screens


Step2. Select Insert Screen in
Stpe3. Select <New File>

Note:
The different between Insert
Screen in XXX.prj and New File?
1.Insert in XXX.prj: The Screen
you build only can be used when
you open the file.
2.New File: The Screen can be
used dependent and also for the
future use so that you do not have
to build again.

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Step1.

Step2.
Step3.

Stpe4. Rename for the Frame and save the file. Ex: Top

Step4.

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Step5. The Configuring Screen size window will show up.


Set to Frame1.Splitter1.Top where to be open to the Frame.
Step6. Check the Set as initial Splitters Screen, rename to Top and press OK.

Step5.

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Step6.

Step7. The screen fit to the top of frame.

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Step8. Insert a new screen for Centre.

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Step9. The Configuring Screen size window will show up.


Set to Frame1.Bottom.Centre where to be open to the Frame.
Step10. Check the Set as initial Splitters Screen, rename to Centre and press OK.

Step9.

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Step10.

Step11. The screen fit to the Centre of frame.

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Step12. Insert a new screen for Bottom.

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Step13. The Configuring Screen size window will show up.


Set to Frame1.Bottom.Bottom where to be open to the Frame.
Step14. Check the Set as initial Splitters Screen, rename Bottom and press OK.

Step13.

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Step14.

Step15. The screen fit to the Botttom of frame.

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4. Edit Top Screen

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On the top screen, we can insert:


1. Company logo
2. Button for open screens
3. System Time
4. User display
5. Log out

Example

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Insert Logo
Step1. Click Picture.
Step2. Select on the top screen
where you would like to insert
the photo.
Step3. Open the photo file.

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Logo is inserted

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Insert System Time


Step1. Click Display
Step2. Select where to put the display

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Step3. Select data type to Date for the


value in display property

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After then you can see the data type (Date)


on the display

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Insert a Demo Tag


Step4. Right click on the Data
Step5. Select Insert
Step6. Select Panel
Setp7. Select Demo Tag

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Step8. The Adding Demo Tag window


will show up and type System
Time for the Name
Step9. Click OK

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Step10. Click System Time in organize


to edit property.
Step11. In the System Time property, select
3-CurrentTime for the Type.

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Step12. Right click on the display


Step13. Click Property

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Step14. Click Link on the tab


Step15. Click
to select Source
for the Value.

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Step16. Click Server> Data>


System Time> Value

Step16.

Step17. Click Paste.

Step17.

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The Display value links to System Time


by demo tag.

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Step18. Click Formatting tab.


Step19. Select Time and the Type.

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5. Insert IEC61850 Driver

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Step1. Right click on Drivers and OPC


Step2. Insert I/O Driver in> <New File>

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Step3. Type driver for the name and click (S).

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Step4. Select IEC61850.dll and click (O).

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Step5. Click Add.

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Step6. The IEC61850 simulator is added.

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Step7. Check Prefer Buffered Report Control Blocks.


Step8. Type C:\LD and Click OK.

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Step9. Select IED00001 file

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Step10. Keep Clicking and Dragging the file to the left side.
Step11. Click Close.

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Step12. Click Run.

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Step13. The I/O tag shows blue means the connection is sucessful.

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Device

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6. Power Model

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Example

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Step1. Double Click PowerConfiguration

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Step2. Select Eletrical Modeler tab


Step3. Click the screen and will show Especify the Model window.

Step3. Click Here

Step2.
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Step4. Rename(Ex: PowerMoldel) for the file and Click (O)

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Step5. The new Electrical Modeler opened.

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Step6. Click Substation to insert in and then double click on the Substaton.

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Step7. Insert a Busbar, Power Source, 2 Breaker and 2 Load.

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Step8. Go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Elipse Software\Elipse Power\DemoPower


Step9. Copy PowerControls.lib and powerdisplay.lib these two file.

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Step10. Click open file and paste under the project file.
Step11. Add these 2 .lib file by opening it.

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Step12. Right click on PowerConfiguration, select Electrical Model and Import


Screen Objects.

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Step13. Select Substation.


Step13.
Step14. Select which screen to import.
Step15. Check Import corresponding data
object.
Step16. Click OK.

Step14.

Step15.
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Step17. The power model and the data object are imported in the screen.

Data Object

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Step18. Click Breaker1> Measurement> BreakerPosition> Scada


Step19. Click Tag
in scada property to link to driver.
Step20. Click Driver1> IED00001> Device> DataSets > LLN0$DS2_Protection>
Obj1CSWI1$ST$Pos >stVal> Value.

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Step21. In the PowerConfiguration, Discrete tab can edit BreakerPosition conversion.

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Step22. Run the Domain, we can see the Breaker1 links to IEC61850 simulator.

Breaker1

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7. Add measurement

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Example

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Step1. Right click on the Measurement.


Step2. Select insert> Analog Measurement.

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Step3. Click AnalogMeasurement1 to


rename to IL1.

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Step4. Right click IL1 and select Add Scada.

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Step5. Click IL1> Scada, In the property click tag

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to link to driver.

Step6. Click Driver1> IED00001> Device> DataSets> [LLN0$DS3_Measurements]>


[I3pMMXU1$MX$A$phsA]> cVal> mag> f> Value.
Step7. Click Paste.

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Step8. Click IL1.


Step9. Click ActiveSource to select
1- stScada source.

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Step10. Click MeasurementType to select


Current A.
Step11. Save and Run the Domain

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Step12. Click Breaker1 and select Measurements.

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Step13. You can see the Analog tab shows IL1 measurement from the simulator.

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Step14. Add IL2 and IL3 with same step.

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8. Show Measurement Display

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Example

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Step1. Right click on the screen to insert a display and select Insert> XPowerDisplay

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Step2. Click on the display

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Step3. Click Measurement in the display property.


Step4. Select measurement IL1 and Paste.

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Step5. Save and Run the Domain, IL1 value show on the display.

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9. Add Command to Breaker

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Example

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Step1. Right Click on the Breaker1.


Step2. Select Add Commands.

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Step3. Right click on Commands


Step4. Select Insert> Discrete Command.

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Step5. Click DiscreteCommand1.


Step6. Click CommandType in the property.
Step7. Select BreakerPosition.

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Step8. Right click on the DiscreteCommand.


Step9. Select Insert> Command Unit.

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Step10. Click on the CommandUnit, rename


it to Close and Open.

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Step11. Click Close and select Close on the CommandName in the property.
Step12. Click on OperateWriteTag and select Driver1> IED00001> Device>
Obj1CSWI1> CO> Pos and Paste.

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Step13. Click on the OperateFeedbackTag, select Driver1> IED00001> Device>


Obj1CSWI1> CO> Pos_Stat> Status> Value and Paste.

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Step14. Click Open


Step15. Click on the CommandUnit and select
to Open.
Step16. The OperateWriteTag and
OperateFeedbackTag is
same with Close.

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Step17. In the PowerConfiguration select Commands tab.


Step18. Write below script for OnOperate.

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Step19. Select OnOperateFinished.


Step20. Click Add Script.

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Step21. Write below script for OnOperateFinished.

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Step22. Save and Run the Domain, then you can operate open and close.

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10. Add Interlock to Breaker

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Example

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Step1. Right click on Close.


Step2. Select Add Interlocks.

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Step3. Right click Interlocks


Step4. Select Insert> Interlock

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Step5. Click Interlock to rename it to Close


Step6. Comparison select to 1-Closed.
Step7. Measurement link to Sub1> Breaker1> Measurements> BreakerPosition

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Step8. Add another interlock for open, the step same with close.
Step9. ComparisonValue select to 0-Opened.

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Step10. Save and Run the Domain, and we can see operate command,
Close is interlocked when the status is closed.

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11. Add Protection

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Example

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Step1. Right click on Breaker1


Step2. Select Add Protection

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Step3. Right click on Protections.


Step4. Select Insert> Protection.

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Step5. In PowerConfiguration select Discrete tab.


Step6. Rename Protection Mode to Protection Start.

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Step7. Click on Protection.


Step8. Select ProtectionType to
TimeOvercurrent in property.

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Step9. Click on ProtectionMode> Scada


Step10. Click Tag in the property.
Step11. Link to Driver1> IED00001> Device> I3GtPTOC1> ST> Str> general>
Value and Paste.

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Step12. Click on ProtectionOperate> Scada


Step13. Click Tag in the property.
Step14. Link to Driver1> IED00001> Device> I3GtPTOC1> ST> Op> general>
Value and Paste.

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Step15. Save and Run the Domain.


Step16. Click Breaker1 to see the Protection Status.

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12. Create Database

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Step1. Right Click on the Database.


Step2. Select Insert Database in.
Step3. Select <New File>

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Step4. Rename for the database and click (S)

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Step5. Right click on the DB1.


Step6. Select Properties.

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Step7. Select 0-stAccess.


Step8. Type a name for the database and Test Connection.

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Step9. The Connection test window will show up, click Yes.

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13. Create AlarmServer

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Step1. Right click Alarms.


Step2. Select Insert Alarm Server in.
Step3. Select <New File>.

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Step4. Rename for the alarmserver and click (S).

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Step5. Right Click on the AlarmServer1.


Step6. Select Properties.

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Step7. Check the Store alarm events in the database.


Step8. Click Use this database server to select database.

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Step9. Click DB1 and Paste.

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Step10. Click Create table.

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Step11. The Table struct window will show up and Click Yes.

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14. Insert E3 Alarm

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Example

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Step1. Click E3 alarm icon on the toolbar.


Step2. Insert E3 alarm in Bottom screen.

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Step3. Right E3 alarm and select Properties.

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Step4. Click on Alarm Server name.

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Step5. Click on AlarmServer1 and Paste.

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Step6. The AlarmServer1 on the name.


Step7. The Filter by type select to
Alarms and events.

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15. Add Alarm to Breaker

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Step1. Right click on the BreakerPosition.


Step2. Select Insert> Discrete Alarm.

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Step3. Right click DiscreteAlarm.


Step4. Select Properties.

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Step5. Select Type as 1-Event (or 0-Alarm)

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Step6. Save and Run the Domain and we can see the Breaker event
show on E3 alarm.

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16. TrendChart with Treeview Filter

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Example

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Step1. Right click on screens.


Step2. Select Insert Screen in.
Step3. Select <New File>.

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Step4. Type the name TrendChart and click (S).

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Step5. Select Frame1.Splitter1.Bottom.Centre.


Step6. Rename to TrendChart and click OK.

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Step7. The TrendChart screen is created.

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Step8. Open the file to add PowerChartFilte.lib

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Step9. Right click on the TrendChart screen.


Step10. Select Insert> powerchartfilter>
powerchartfilter

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Step11. Right click on the Data.


Step12. Select Insert> PowerDataStruct.

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Step13. Click TrendChart and link DataStructureSource for the trend chart.

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Step14. Select PowerDataStruct1 and Paste.

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Step15. On the TrendChart screen, click Scripts tab


Step16. Select OnShow event and click add script.

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Step17. Click AppBrowser, select powerchartfilter1 and MounTreeview and Paste.

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Step18. Type = true

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Step19. Click command button and insert in top screen.

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Step20. On the command button, click Script tab.


Step21. Click Open Screen.

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Step22. Click on Open Screen, select TrendChart and Paste.

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Step23. Select Centre In Frame.

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Step24. Click command button, and write a TrendChart for caption in property.

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Step25. Save and Run the Domain, Click Trend Chart button then it will show up.

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Jamie Hsu
Skype: jamie.elipse
E-mail: jamie@elipse.com.br

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