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Copying signals . NOTE We recommend the use of context menus for the selection of operator functions.
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Operating Functions 2.4 Displaying different views 40 SIPROTEC, SIGRA, Manual E50417-H1176-C070-B1, Edition 06.2017 2.4 Displaying different views You can display the SIGRA views on the screen next to one another or in windows which overlap . Switching views If the selected view covers the whole screen, you can switch to another view, such as the Vector Diagrams view, as follows: Select View > Vector Diagrams from the menu bar; or click the Vector Diagrams button in the Toolbar (see chapter 2.7). The selected view type appears. Displaying multiple views If you would like to display more than one view on the screen at the same time, proceed as follows: First select all the views you want displayed; select a menu item from the Window > e.g. Tile Horizontally from the menu bar. In this case, the views are arranged in separate windows on the screen so that they fit next to one another. You can now change the size of the individual windows. Optimizing the window arrangement To make optimum use of free spaces between the individual windows: In the upper right-hand window, click the Cascade button. SIGRA increases the size of the window so that the available space is optimally used in all directions. If you select a further view, SIGRA places it in the available gap and makes it the maximum size possible. If the window cannot be optimized, the button in the window is grayed. Changing the size of a table In the Time Signals , Vector Diagrams , Circle Diagrams and Harmonics views, a table appears for the dis- play of selected measured or calculated variables. If you want to temporarily hide or reduce the on-screen display of the table, proceed as follows: Move the mouse pointer to the lower border of the table. The mouse pointer changes. Keep the left mouse button pressed and drag the border towards the top of the screen; drag the border back down to make part or the whole of the table visible again.
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Operating Functions 2.5 Changing the value display 41 SIPROTEC, SIGRA, Manual E50417-H1176-C070-B1, Edition 06.2017 2.5 Changing the value display In SIGRA you can choose different values for the display of measured and calculated variables of your fault record. 2.5.1 Primary values / secondary values SIGRA lets you represent the values of a fault record in the views as primary or secondary values. Primary values Select View > Primary Values to display the primary values with reference to the rated transformer values of the signals. Secondary values Select View > Secondary Values to display the secondary values with reference to the rated transformer values of the signals. 2.5.2 R.M.S. values / instantaneous values The Vector Diagrams , Circle Diagrams and Harmonics views always display r.m.s. values. In the Time Sig- nals view, you can also display diagrams with the instantaneous values.
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