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True or False: Phasors with different frequencies can be plotted on the same graph displaying one moment in time.
Click on the correct phasor diagram image for Question 23 on the downloaded pages using the rms of the waveforms to determine the magnitude of the phasors.
Click on the correct phasor diagram image for Question 24 on the downloaded pages using the rms of the waveforms to determine the magnitude of the phasors.
Click on the correct phasor diagram image for the specified phasors using the lagging angle system that Megger testsets, Enoserv/RTS software, and GE SR relays use.
Megger testsets, Enoserv/RTS software, and GE SR relays use the following angle system
Click on the correct phasor diagram image for the specified phasors using the lagging angle system that Megger testsets, Enoserv/RTS software, and GE SR relays use.
Megger testsets, Enoserv/RTS software, and GE SR relays use the following angle system
Click on the correct phasor diagram image for the specified phasors using the positive angle system that Doble and Manta testsets use.
Manta and Doble testsets use the positive angle system where angles are plotted from 0360 degrees in the clockwise rotation
Click on the correct phasor diagram image for the specified phasors using the positive angle system that Doble and Manta testsets use.
Manta and Doble testsets use the positive angle system where angles are plotted from 0360 degrees in the clockwise rotation
Click on the correct phasor diagram image for the specified phasors using the negative angle system used by GE UR relays like the D60, T60, or G30.
GE UR relays use the negative angle system where angles are plotted from 0360 degrees in the clockwise rotation
Click on the correct phasor diagram image for the specified phasors using the negative angle system used by GE UR relays like the D60, T60, or G30.
GE UR relays use the negative angle system where angles are plotted from 0360 degrees in the clockwise rotation
Click on the correct phasor diagram image for the specified phasors using the combined angle system used by SEL relays and Omicron testsets.
SEL relays and Omicron testsets use the combined angle system where negative angles are plotted from 0 to 180 degrees in the clockwise rotation, and 0 to 180 degrees in the counterclockwise direction
Click on the correct phasor diagram image for the specified phasors using the combined angle system used by SEL relays and Omicron testsets.
SEL relays and Omicron testsets use the combined angle system where negative angles are plotted from 0 to 180 degrees in the clockwise rotation, and 0 to 180 degrees in the counterclockwise direction
Click on the correct phasor diagram image for the specified phasors using the combined angle system used by SEL relays and Omicron testsets with different scales for current and voltage.
SEL relays and Omicron testsets use the combined angle system where negative angles are plotted from 0 to 180 degrees in the clockwise rotation, and 0 to 180 degrees in the counterclockwise direction. Voltage phasors will have an open arrowhead and current phasors will have a closed arrowhead.
Click on the correct phasor diagram image for the specified phasors using the combined angle system used by SEL relays and Omicron testsets with different scales for current and voltage.
SEL relays and Omicron testsets use the combined angle system where negative angles are plotted from 0 to 180 degrees in the clockwise rotation, and 0 to 180 degrees in the counterclockwise direction. Voltage phasors will have an open arrowhead and current phasors will have a closed arrowhead.