Perform Dynamic Pickup/Timing Tests

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Perform Dynamic Pickup/Timing Tests

These videos will show you how to create and/or modify dynamic tests for elements with instantaneous and/or definite time settings that allow you test pickup, timing, blocking logic, and output logic in one test.

 

Omicron Test Universe

Manta MTS-5000/5100

Doble F6150 Test-Sets or Enoserv RTS Software

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Megger Test-Sets

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Other Test-Sets

Don’t see your test-set in this series? Leave a comment below and we’ll see if we can get a demonstration unit and add a video for that test-set.

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Would it be possible to get copies of the plans you used in these training videos for the Omicron? I would like to go through them and see how you made them which is a bit hard to do from watching the videos

Chris Werstiuk (Administrator) October 23, 2016 at 12:10 pm

It doesn’t look like I saved this specific test plan, but you should be able to see something similar in the “State Sequencer” test in this file.

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Hope it helps.

Hi… How much is the pick up current for 50G element in this video? I can see how you set up the time in state 2 (omicron) but I can’t see how you set up the current on state 2 for not trip. Thanks

Chris Werstiuk (Administrator) January 15, 2018 at 9:38 am

It is the same in all videos = 8.0 A. The No Trip current was 7.5A and the Trip current was 8.0 Amps.

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