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Power Analysis Software for Windows
Version 1.2.5

Getting Started

 SATEC Ltd. BG0337 Rev. A1

T able of Contents
Introduction Installation File Formats Automatic Data Retrieving Embedded Communication Test Preprogrammed Data Sets Creating a New Site Setting up Communications Selecting a Protocol for a Serial Port/Modem Communicating through a Serial Port Communicating through aModem Communicating through Internet Creating Setups for Your Meters Off-Line Downloading Setups to Your Meters Uploading Setups from Your Meters Viewing Real-time Data Changing the Data View Adjusting the Number of Rows in a MultiRecord View Saving Data to a File Printing Data to a Printer Copying Data to Another Application Real-time Data Logging Viewing Real-time Min/Max Log Viewing Real-timeWaveforms Updating the Clock in Your Meters 9 9 10 10 10 11 11 12 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 Printing Data to a Printer Viewing the Event Log Sorting Events Filtering Events Viewing the Data Log Viewing the Waveform Log Selecting Waveform Channels Customizing Line Colors and Styles Viewing Phasor Diagrams Viewing Symmetrical Components Selecting Primary and Secondary Units Using the MarkerLines Using a Zoom Viewing Waveforms Viewing an RMS Plot Viewing a Spectrum Chart Viewing a Spectrum Table Customizing Date Order Customizing Timestamp Selecting Voltage Disturbance Units 17 17 17 17 18 18 18 19 20 20 20 21 21 21 22 23 24 25 25 25

Remote Relay Operations on Your Meters 12 Uploading Historical Data on Demand Using the Upload Scheduler Adding a New Site to the Schedule Configuringa Schedule for the Meter Activating a Schedule for the Meter Suspending the Scheduler Running the Scheduler on Demand Recording Upload Problems Viewing Historical Data On-line Opening a Log File Exporting Data to Another Application Saving Data to a File 13 13 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 16 16 16

The following paragraphs outline some of the differences between this version of PAS incomparison to previous versions you may have used.

If you install the new PAS into the same directory where your current version of PAS is installed, it is recommended that you do not uninstall your old PAS before installing this version; otherwise, your present PAS configuration database will be destroyed. Your current configuration database and all data files you have are stillfunctional in the new PAS.
File Formats

Although PAS allows you to open ASCII log files created by previous PAS versions, and even to store data from the screen to ASCII files, most new features will only use the Microsoft Access .mdb database format. This format allows you to store different types of logs to a single database as separate tables, and makes it easy to transport your databases ontoother PCs.
Automatic Data Retrieving

PAS allows you to retrieve all data logs from your meters at once and store them to a database, either on demand or on a time basis (e.g., daily or weekly) using a predefined schedule.
Embedded Communication Test

PAS incorporates the test features that were previously included in the DOS-based PComTest program, allowing you to test communication withyour meters.
Preprogrammed Data Sets

Any data sets you have prepared for the RT Data Monitor and RT Min/Max Log are still functional in the new PAS, although they need to undergo a simple procedure before you can use them: open the Data Set dialog and scroll through all active data sets, and then save them. Perform this procedure for both the RT Data Monitor and RT Min/Max Log.


1Communicating with Your Meters
Creating a New Site


In order to communicate with your meters, you should create a separate site database for each one where all meter settings are stored. PAS keeps all site settings in a file with a name you give it and the extension .mdb. When you install PAS on your computer, a directory named "Sites" is created in the PAS installation directory. It...
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