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The two fault records can now be evaluated together. If necessary, repeat the described steps to fine-tune the synchronization. DIGRA042.tif Figure 3-10 Synchronizing the Signals of Two Fault Records In addition to the procedures described above, you may also synchronize the shift interval directly or perform fine tuning using the Synchronize Fault Records dialog. To do this, proceed as follows: The Fault record A box shows the name of the fault record to be used as the master for synchronization. The name in this text box cannot be changed. NOTE The color-coding of the cursor is useful for setting the synchronization points. The synchronization points in the dialog are identified by the corresponding cursor colors.
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Fault Records 3.4 Synchronizing fault records 68 SIPROTEC, SIGRA, Manual E50417-H1176-C070-B1, Edition 06.2017 Select the name of the inserted fault record to be synchronized from the list box in the Fault record B box. In this section, you initially see the values of the current position of cursor 1 and cursor 2 which have been set to their synchronization points in the diagram. Enter the significant instant in the Synchronization P oint F ault R ecord B (cursor 2) box; enter the shift interval for fault record B in the Shift F ault R ecord B by box using the spinbuttons. A preview of the synchronization is generated automatically; confirm your settings with OK .
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Fault Records 3.5 Editing fault records 69 SIPROTEC, SIGRA, Manual E50417-H1176-C070-B1, Edition 06.2017 3.5 Editing fault records If you want to add or delete a fault record previously inserted during fault record analysis, proceed as follows: Open the corresponding dialog using the Edit > Fault Record... menu commands; DIGRA043.tif Figure 3-11 Adding or deleting a fault record select the fault record you want to edit; select the Add button if you require the data of a further fault record; in the next dialog Open , select the fault record (directory path); in the Edit Fault Record dialog, enter the additional index for the signal name of the inserted fault record; confirm your settings with OK ; or if you no longer need the data of an inserted fault record, select the Delete button; confirm with OK . NOTE When using this dialog, the fault record is deleted only in the SIGRA data management.
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Fault Records 3.6 Adding Comments to a Fault Record 70 SIPROTEC, SIGRA, Manual E50417-H1176-C070-B1, Edition 06.2017 3.6 Adding Comments to a Fault Record SIGRA allows you to add own comments, e.g. evaluation results. You may add comments to: the fault record This comment is displayed in an own text field under Comment and stored in the fault record file *.HDR . an individual signal This comment is displayed in the diagram and stored in the * .INF file. Commenting a Fault Record To comment a fault record, proceed as follows: Select Edit > Comment... from the menu bar. If there is more than one fault record in the view, select a record in which you want to add comments in the list box.
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