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In the Time Signal view, cursor 1 and cursor 2 are shown as vertical lines across all diagrams of the view. In the Circle Diagram view they are displayed as crosshairs. The transparency of the fault record analysis is increased by the color coding of the cursor. The color assign- ment can be found in tables, cursor symbols, lines or crosshairs and in dialogs which refer to the cursor position (such as Synchronize Fault Records). Table If you want to know the exact value of a particular signal at a defined instant, assign a cursor to this signal. The table of the selected view then displays the signal name, the values and the instant specified by the cursor po- sition. The structure of the table can be freely configured in the View Properties dialog. The type of displayed values, such as r.m.s. value, extreme value, phase, etc., can be changed at any time. You can temporarily hide part or all of the on-screen display of the table. To do this, simply drag the lower border of the table towards the top of the screen. Tooltip If you move the mouse pointer onto a signal of a diagram, a tooltip pops up which displays the signal name and value(s) of the respective sampling instant. Zoom Use the convenient zoom functions to define the ideal display size for the value profile in each view. You can either maximize or minimize the whole diagram or selected sections, or optimize the display scale. The Zoom - Optimize function can be used separately for the X-axis and the Y-axis. Furthermore, if you want the display scales of various diagrams of a view to be uniform, you can select the Match function. Status bar The status bar shows the function of the currently selected toolbar button, the frequency, the primary and sec- ondary data of primary current and voltage transformers and the sampling rate. Parameter settings of the analysis You can assign measured or calculated values to the individual diagrams of the graphical views or tables using the Assign Signals matrix or by simply using the drag-and-drop function. Parameters defining the fault record display, such as the distribution of signals to specific diagram views and tables, color, line and font styles, etc. can be saved permanently in the form of User Profiles. These can then be assigned to other fault records by simply clicking the toolbar. SIGRA is equipped with a session memory which retains all settings and view arrangements of a session. This means that you can break off an analysis and, at a later point, simply resume where you left off.
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System Overview 1.1 General 16 SIPROTEC, SIGRA, Manual E50417-H1176-C070-B1, Edition 06.2017 Importing fault records If you require a second fault record in order to analyze the data of a fault record, i.e. from the other end of the line, you can insert this in the current fault record analysis and evaluate the signal paths together.
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