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Binary signals To delete binary signals, proceed as follows: Select the labeling of the binary signals in the diagram and choose Delete from the context menu or select Edit > Delete from the menu bar. Status signals To delete status signals, proceed as follows: Select the status signals in the status diagram and delete them by choosing Delete from the context menu or by selecting Edit > Delete from the menu bar. The status signal is deleted from the display. NOTE These signals remain in the SIGRA data management, so that they can be reinserted in the diagrams of the graphical displays or the Table view at any time via the Assign Signals dialog. NOTE If you delete a user-defined status signal from its last display, it is also deleted from the SIGRA data manage- ment. The status signal which marks the trigger instant for fault record recording can only be deleted from the display. However, it is still in the Assign Signals matrix.
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Views / Diagrams / Signals / Tables 5.10 Signal properties 118 SIPROTEC, SIGRA, Manual E50417-H1176-C070-B1, Edition 06.2017 5.10 Signal properties In the Signal Properties dialog , you can define the layout properties of a signal; such as color, line style or marker. The signal properties are defined separately for: Analog signals Binary signals Status signals 5.10.1 Analog signals To open the Signal Properties dialog for analog signals, proceed as follows: Select a signal in the legend or the axis labeling of the diagram and select the signal properties via Object Properties in the context menu or via Edit > Object Properties in the menu bar. or Click the F box in front of the signal names in the Assign Signals matrix. or Mark the s ignal name or s ignal Line column in the Assign Signals matrix and open the signal properties by selecting Properties from the context menu. or Select the signal names in the Table view. DIGRA041a.tif Figure 5-7 Defining the display format of an analog signal
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Views / Diagrams / Signals / Tables 5.10 Signal properties 119 SIPROTEC, SIGRA, Manual E50417-H1176-C070-B1, Edition 06.2017 The Signal list box shows the names of all signals available. The name of the selected signal is highlighted. The Name text box shows the name of the signal selected. This name cannot be changed. Select the Line S tyle from the list box where the different types of line display such as line, dots or dot- and-dash are listed; use the Line W eight box to enter the line weight of the signal directly as an absolute number of pixels or by increasing/decreasing the value by clicking the up/down arrows; use the Marker T ype box to specify if you want the sampling instant of a signal to be marked by graphical symbols; click the Color button to switch to a secondary dialog, where you can select a color or define a new shade; check your settings in the Preview section; confirm with OK .
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