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Techimp DGA Viewer

Techimp DGA Viewer operators manual


MN-04.07.114_eng rev. 00 22/12/2010
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CONTENTS
1 INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................................................... 7
2 PRELIMINARY ACTIONS ........................................................................................................................ 9
2.1 CONTROL UNIT MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................. 9
2.2 SOFTWARE INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................. 10
3 MAIN WINDOW ...................................................................................................................................... 17
3.1 MENU BAR ........................................................................................................................................ 18
3.2 CONFIGURATION PANELS .................................................................................................................. 21
3.3 COMMUNICATION BUTTONS ............................................................................................................... 23
3.4 LOG STATUS .................................................................................................................................... 24
3.5 GRAPH WINDOWS AND GRAPH LIST .................................................................................................... 26
3.6 FOLDER TREE .................................................................................................................................. 29
3.7 DIAGNOSTIC PANEL AND DIAGNOSIS BUTTON...................................................................................... 29
4 BASIC INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING THE DGA VIEWER ON-LINE: STREAMING MODE ............... 31
4.1 FIRST CONNECTION .......................................................................................................................... 31
4.2 FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ............................................................................................................... 32
5 VIEWER MODE ...................................................................................................................................... 33
ANALYTICAL INDEX ...................................................................................................................................... 35

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1 Introduction

This document provides a description of DGA (Dissolved Gas Analysis) Viewer software and how
to use it. This software allows acquired data files to be analyzed and all the related info to be
managed.

DGA Viewer allows to:


Communicate with the DGA Intelligent Sensor (DGA-IS)
Send data to the DGA-IS (device information, calibration data, flange temperature)
Visualize, save and export data stored in the DGA-IS
Open and visualize data saved in external drivers (PC, flash memory, hard disk, etc)
Provide alarms and diagnosis according to IEEE Std C57.104 and IEC 60599

In the following sections a full description of all software functionalities is provided.

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2 Preliminary actions

This section describes the preliminary actions to be taken before DGA Viewer first running and
installation procedures.

2.1 CONTROL UNIT MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Minimum system requirements for the control unit (desktop or laptop):

Operating system: Windows XP/Vista;


CPU: Pentium Core 2 duo class;
RAM: 2 GB;
Hard disk: 100 GB;
Screen resolution: 1024x768;

Lower requirements of the control unit can result in making the system working not properly, higher
ones will improve system performances.

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2.2 SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

Find setup.exe program in the DGAViewer/Installer folder, in the CD provided together with the
DGA-IS.

Run the setup.exe installer. In the following figures (from fig. 2.1 to 2.13) screenshots of the dialog
windows of installation are reported.

Fig. 2.1: Software installation step 1. Welcome window.

Fig. 2.2: Software installation step 2. Destination Directory.

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Fig. 2.3: Software installation step 3. License Agreement (Accept to proceed)

Fig. 2.4: Software installation step 4. Start installation (Press Next to proceed).

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Fig. 2.5: Software installation step 5 (wait to complete installation).

Fig. 2.6: Software installation step 6. Complete installation Message (Press Next to Proceed)

After step 6, DGA Viewer will be successfully installed. Anyway, PDFramework has to be installed
too, to allow a proper functioning of the application.

A message windows will appear, as shown in Fig. 2.7, asking to restart the computer to complete
the operation.
Press Restart Later and go on PDFramework installation (Fig. 2.8).

IMPORTANT: Do not restart the computer before PDFramework installation.

In the following figures (from fig. 2.9 to 2.11) screenshots of dialog windows of the PDFramework
installation are reported.

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Fig. 2.7: Software installation step 7. Restart Window (Press Restart Later to proceed).

Fig. 2.8: Software installation step 8. PDFramework installation Message (Press Next to
proceed).

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Fig. 2.9: Software installation step 9. PD Framework installation (Press Next to proceed).

Fig. 2.10: Software installation step 10. PD Framework installation (Press Install to proceed).

Fig. 2.11: Software installation step 11. Confirm Installation (Press Next to Proceed).

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Fig. 2.12: Software installation step 12. PD Framework installation (Wait to proceed).

Fig. 2.13: Software installation step 13. Installation Complete (Press Close to exit).

Now it is possible to restart the computer.

Shortcut of the program is located in Start menu, in: Programs/TechImp/DgaViewer.

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3 Main window

The DGA Viewer allows the operator to visualize and analyze the data stored in the DGA-IS
internal memory of about 2.5 MB, which is enough to store 2 years of continuous data collection.
When the memory is full, data are overwritten starting from the older one. It is therefore
recommended to save all Data Set periodically at least (one time each year is suggested) to avoid
loss of important data and information about DGA condition history.
DGA Viewer main window features are described in the following section. A snapshot of the main
window is shown in Fig. 3.1.

Menu Bar

Folder
Tree
Graph
windows
Graphs list

Configuration
Panels

Communication
Buttons

Diagnostic Panel

Diagnosis Button

Log Status Analysis time


interval setup

Fig. 3.1: DGA Viewer main window

The data can be visualized and analyzed in two different modes:

1. Streaming Mode (on-line): the operator can communicate to the DGA-IS through the DGA
Viewer software and download the data temporarily from the DGA-IS internal memory, in order to
allow their visualization and analysis. After downloading, all data can be saved by the operator or

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just analyzed without any saving. After saving, the data will remain anyway stored into the DGA-IS
internal memory. To operate in the streaming mode, the operator must be connected on-line to the
DGA-IS, by a LAN cable, fiber optic connection or internet connection.

2. Viewer Mode (on-line and off-line): the DGA Viewer allows to open and visualize data
already saved in a local or remote memory (PC, server, external drivers, flash memory, etc). The
data can be opened and visualized both on-line and offline, which means even without the
necessity of being connected to the sensor.

3.1 Menu bar

Menu bar is placed in the top part of the window. Its functions are described in the following.

File >>> Open allows to open stored data files (located in the PC, in the server or in any external
device/flash memory) with .dga extension. Once the file name is selected with one click, it is
possible to open the file data either with a double click or pushing the button OK.

Fig. 3.2: Menu Bar - File function - Open command

File >>> Export Once a file is saved, it is possible to export the relevant graphs in .txt format by
selecting the command Export.
NOTE: The exported file is automatically located in the origin folder of the .dga associated
file. The name of the .txt file will be the same of the .dga file.

File >>> Save as allows to save the visualized data, both on-line and off-line. The data files will be
saved in .dga format in a folder chosen by the operator.

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Fig. 3.3: Menu Bar - File function Save as command

File >>> Exit allows to quit and close the program.

Tools >>> Set UTC Time allows to set the DGA-IS internal time clock to UTC time. This operation
can be done only on line.

NOTE: Every time the Set UTC Time command is given to the DGA-IS, a message will
appear asking to download and save current data set before setting UTC time. By clicking
the OK button, a pop up window will open allowing to choose name and directory of the file
with the current data set, and the download procedure will be started. After few seconds
the current UTC time will be set and DGA-IS will restart the normal operation. NOTE: All the
previous data set stored in the flash memory will be lost!

Tools >>> Device Discovery allows to find on line all the DGA-IS units connected in the same
sub-network of the PC. If there are no devices connected to the sub-network, or if the PC is off-
line, a message, shown in Fig. 3.4, will appear indicating that there are no available devices. The
window Available Device will appear in case that one or more devices are found, as shown in Fig.
3.5, reporting all the identification data relevant to the discovered devices.

Fig. 3.4: Menu Bar - Tool function Device Discovery command - Alert Message

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Fig. 3.5 Menu Bar - Tool function Device Discovery command Available device list and
characteristics

Tools >>> Calibration allows to calibrate the DGA-IS. The CO and H2 coefficients and threshold
levels can be given to the DGA-IS unit through the window Calibration Manager, shown in Fig.
3.5.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The calibration procedure has to be done only if expressly requested
by Techimp experts and under their supervision.

Once all the parameters are inserted, the calibration can be sent to the DGA-IS by pushing the
button Calibrate. This operation must be done on-line. As soon as the button Calibrate is pushed
an alert message will appear, as shown in Fig. 3.6, asking for the confirmation to go through with
the calibration procedure. Press ok to finish the operation successfully.

IMPORTANT NOTE: When the new calibration is sent to the DGA-IS, all the data stored in
the internal memory will be overwritten. It is important to save all data before sending a new
calibration, to avoid data losses.

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Fig. 3.6: Menu Bar - Tool function Calibration command Calibration Manager Window

Fig. 3.7: Menu Bar - Tool function Calibration command Alert message

Info >>> About DGA Viewer shows general info about DGA Viewer software and Techimp
company.

3.2 Configuration Panels

The Configuration panels are placed in the middle of the left part of the main window. Their
functions are described in the following.

Identification: it is possible to send to the DGA-IS several identification parameters associated to


the monitored transformer through the identification panel, shown in Fig. 3.8. To fill the
identification panel it is necessary just to click on the blank spaces and write the relevant

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information. To visualize all the identification parameters it is possible to resize the window panel
just clicking the Maximize Button, as shown in Fig. 3.8.
To send the identification data to the DGA-IS, see subsection 3.3.

Fig. 3.8: Configuration panels Identification Parameter list

Configuration: the operator can set the DGA-IS Flange Temperature, and the acquisition interval
through the configuration panel.

Fig. 3.9: Configuration panels Configuration Flange Temperature setup

Fig. 3.10: Configuration panels Device Info

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Device Info: Each DGA-IS unit is univocally identified by a series of parameters set in Techimp
factory. Such parameters, collected in the Device Info Panel (See Fig. 3.10), are not modifiable
except by Techimp experts.

Calibration: All the parameters set during the calibration procedure are collected in the Calibration
panel, as shown in Fig. 3.11.

Fig. 3.11: Configuration panels Calibration example of H2 and CO calibration parameters

Network configuration: the operator can use the Network Parameters panel to connect to the
DGA-IS unit. To work on line it is, thus, necessary to know the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway
Address and Port Number of the DGA-IS unit and put this information in the Network Configuration
panel. To connect to the DGA-IS see subsection 3.3. Port Number and Connection Timeout are
adjustable only by Techimp experts.

Fig. 3.12: Configuration panels Network Configuration DGA-IS network parameters

3.3 Communication buttons

To work on-line and to communicate with the DGA-IS unit it is necessary to set the Network
Configuration Panel (see sub section 3.2) with the appropriate DGA-IS network parameters.
If the parameters in the Network configuration coincide with those of the DGA-IS unit it is possible
to establish a connection and communicate with the DGA-IS through the communication buttons
(see Fig. 3.13) located at the bottom in the left part of the DGA Viewer Main Window.

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Fig. 3.13: Communication buttons

After the parameters are correctly inserted it is possible to communicate with the DGA-IS by
clicking the Check Communication button. A positive response will appear in the Log Status
Window (see sub section 3.6) if the communication has been successfully established.

Once the DGA-IS is on-line, it is possible to visualize the data stored in the unit by clicking the
Download Data From DGA button. A positive response will appear in the Log Status Window (see
sub section 3.6) if the data download has been successfully carried out.

Once the DGA-IS is on-line, it is possible to send configuration parameters inserted into the
Configuration and identification Panel (identification parameters and Flange Temperature) to the
unit by clicking the Send to DGA button. A positive response will appear in the Log Status Window
(see sub section 3.6) if the data sending has been successfully carried out.
The Send to DGA button is activated and can be used only if a connection to the DGA is
established, i.e., when the DGA-IS is on-line.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Every time the Send to DGA operation is chosen, all data records
stored inside the DGA-IS unit are cancelled. In order to avoid data loss, an alert message
appears (see Fig. 3.14), whenever the Send to DGA button is clicked, asking if the current
data set has to be downloaded and saved. Selecting OK, it is possible to save all the
current data and parameters in .dga format. Selecting Cancel all current data will be
deleted.

Fig. 3.14: Alert message after clicking the Send to DGA button

3.4 Log Status

Log status windows is placed at the bottom of the main window as shown in Fig. 3.1.
Every time the operator communicates with the DGA-IS unit, to download or send information, the
Log Status window shows strings indicating the date and time of the requested action and its
result.
The possible responses appearing in the Log Status window are showed in the following,
associated to the relevant actions.

Check communication button:


Once the Check communication button is pushed, the SW try to connect to the DGA-IS. In
case the connection fails the following strings will appear:

In case of success, the following strings will appear:

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Download Data from DGA button:

Once the system is on-line, it is possible to download the data from the DGA-IS unit by
pushing the button Download Data from DGA. To confirm the download of the data, the
following strings will appear in the Log status window, indicating how many Records have
been downloaded from the DGA-IS internal memory:

Send Data to the DGA button:


Once the connection has been established, new data can be sent to the DGA-IS unit by
clicking the button Send Data to the DGA. If the operation fails due to a sudden connection
drop, the following message will appear in the Log Status

Otherwise the message will be the following (please note that the first two strings are
present only whenever Data Set is saved):

File >>> Open command:


Whenever a new file is open, a message appears in the Log Status indicating the number
of records relevant to the open file as shown here below.

File >>> Save as command:


Whenever a file is saved, a message appears in the Log Status indicating the success of
the saving operation as shown here below.

Tools >>> Calibration command:


If the Calibration command is given by the Tool Window, a message will appear in the Log
Status indicating if the calibration action has been successful or if it failed (due, for
example, to sudden connection drop).
In case of success the following strings will appear:

In case of fail the following strings will appear:

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Tools >>> Set UTC Time command:
If the operator wants to set the UTC time in the DGA-IS by selecting the Sent UTC Time
command, strings will appear in the Log Status indicating the operation result.
In case of fail:

In case of success:

3.5 Graph windows and graph list

The graph windows allow to visualize the trend of both the main parameters (Flange Temperature,
DGA Temperature, Oil Temperature, DGA Humidity, Oil Humidity) and Dissolved Gas (H2 and CO)
concentration.

Fig. 3.15: Graph window. Visualization of main parameters [RH% and C]

Fig. 3.16: Graph window. Visualization of Dissolved Gas concentrations [ppm]

The graph windows can be easily customized and managed by the operator. All possible features
are described in the following.

Windows resizing: the operator can resize the windows as he likes just acting with the arrow
cursor on the blue boundary line

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Fig. 3.17: Graph windows. Resizing

Graph options: the color of the graphs and other many properties can changed by the operator
just clicking the check-window relevant to the parameter to be changed as shown in Fig. 3.18.
The parameters which can be changed, shown in Fig. 3.19, are:
Common plots / Color / Line Style / Line width / Bar plots / Fill Base Line / Interpolation / Point
style / X scale / Y scale.

Fig. 3.18: Graphs properties. Check windows.

Fig. 3.19: Graphs properties list.

Right mouse click: By clicking on the graphs with the right key of the mouse and selecting Copy
Data it is possible to copy the graph plots as a figure. It is just necessary to paste it in a Word
document. Selecting Reset Plot Property after mouse right-clicking it is possible to reset a single
plot properties or all of them.

Analysis time interval setup: Once a file is open, all the records included in the file are shown in
the graph windows. The time interval between the first and the last record is shown below the two
graph windows, as shown in Fig. 3.20.

Fig. 3.20: Analysis Time Interval string relevant to the plots shown in the graph windows.

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The operator can choose to reduce the time interval and analyze just a shorter period in three
ways:
1. clicking directly on the Analysis Time Interval string typing the desired starting and ending
time, as shown in Fig. 3.21
2. zooming the window using the zoom tool as shown in Fig.3.22
3. clicking in the UTC Start and End Time window and typing the desired interval time as
shown in Fig. 3.23.

Fig. 3.21: Analysis Time Interval change by typing desired interval in the string below the graphs.

Fig. 3.22: Analysis Time Interval change by directly typing the desired time interval in the UTC Start
and End Time windows at the bottom of the main window.

Graph setup and graphic operations

In the left side below each graphs (Temperature and RH, and Gas values), the central small button
allow the access to the selection of the graphic operator menu. By this menu several different
operations can be applied to the graphs. In order of entries:

1. Zoom with respect time and values (X and Y axes)


2. Zoom with respect time (X axis)
3. Zoom with respect values (Y axis)
4. Zoom out (X and Y axes)
5. Zoom with respect the cursor position (X and Y axis)
6. Zoom out with respect the cursor position (X and Y axis)

Fig. 3.23: Graphic tool panel above is used to select the graphic operators to zoom graphs with time
and values (X and Y axes).

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3.6 Folder Tree

As soon as the DGA Viewer program is run, the Folder Tree, placed at the left in the top part of the
main window, indicates the sub folders and files contained in the C:\Data default folder.
Once a file is open, the Folder Tree will show the sub folders and files located in the folder
containing the selected file.
To visualize the records relevant to a stored file, it is possible to drag and drop the name of the file
directly to the graph windows from the folder tree.

3.7 Diagnostic panel and Diagnosis button

The Diagnostic Panel is placed in the right side of the bottom part of the main window.

Fig. 3.24: Diagnostic Panel in Main Window

It is based on a color-based alarm logic. Whenever the DGA parameters exceed certain threshold
levels, according to the IEEE Std C57.104 and IEC 60599, a led-light will automatically switch on in
the Diagnostic Panel depending on the problem extent. In particular, the yellow describes a
warning conditions, while the orange and red light indicates two different alarm levels which can
require an immediate action to be taken.

Fig. 3.25: Example of color-based alarms.

All the actions suggested when a light switches on, in according to the IEEE Std C57.104 and IEC
60599, can be seen pushing the Diagnosis button.
Table 3.1 summarizes some of the possible diagnosis which can appear when alarms ad warnings
occur.

NOTE: At least seven days of monitoring and recording are needed to give a diagnosis by
clicking the Diagnosis Button, but it must be considered, that alarms can occur within the
first 7 days due to transient fluctuations, which are normal during the first monitoring week.

The most significant information related to any specific alarm code are summarized in Table 3.1.
We recommend anyway to use the Diagnostic tool available in the software package (through the
Diagnosis button) to get a more detailed analysis and the recommended operation according
IEEE Std C57.104 and IEC 60599.

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Table 3.1: Diagnosis as a function of warnings and alarms.

Recommended Gas Recommended Actions Alarm description


Alarm Sampling Interval
ANNUAL CONTINUE NORMAL NO ALARM
OPERATION

QUARTERLY INTENSIFY MONITORING LEVEL 1 Overcome GAS


ACTIVITY level Thresholds or rate
increase in concentrations
ACTIVATE DIAGNOSTIC
TOOLS
INTENSIFY FURTHER
MONTHLY / WEEKLY MONITORING ACTIVITY LEVEL 2 Overcome GAS
level Thresholds or rate
ACTIVATE DIAGNOSTIC increase in concentrations
TOOLS

INTENSIFY FURTHER
WEEKLY / DAILY MONITORING ACTIVITY LEVEL 3 Overcome GAS
level Thresholds or rate
ACTIVATE DIAGNOSTIC increase in concentrations
TOOLS

CONSIDER OUTAGE

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4 Basic instructions for using the
DGA Viewer on-line: streaming mode

Step by step instructions to communicate with the DGA-IS and visualize the data records are
described in the following.

4.1 First Connection

STEP 1

Run the DGA Viewer software ad maximize the main window.

STEP 2

Insert the IP address, Port Number, Subnet Mask and Gateway Address, of the DGA-IS which has
to be interrogated, in the Configuration Panel in the Network Configuration sub-panel. Please
make reference to chapter 3.2 and 3.3 of the present document.

STEP 3

Press the button Check Communication and wait for the positive response in the Log Status
window as explained in Subsection 3.4. Make also reference to chapter 3.3 of the present
document.

STEP 4

Go in the Configuration Panel and set the desired Flange Temperature in the Configuration sub-
panel.
Press the button Send to DGA.
Save the current data set as soon the alert window appear, as explained in Subsection 3.3

STEP 5 (Optional)

Go to the sub-panel Identification in the Configuration Panel and fill all the needed fields to keep
track of the characteristics of the transformer wherein the DGA-IS unit is installed.
Press the button Send to DGA to save the Identification parameters in the DGA internal memory.

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Save the current data set as soon the alert window appear, as explained in Subsection 3.3

STEP 6 (Optional)

This step is however recommended after the first installation of the instrument. In Tools click on
Set UTC Time to set the DGA-IS internal clock at UTC time.
Save the current data set as soon the alert window appear, as explained in Subsection 3.3

After STEP 6 all settings are done and the DGA can run the monitoring session.
The interval time between two acquisitions is set at 10000 ms by Techimp experts.

STEP 7

To exit just click the button or go to File>>>Exit.

4.2 Following Connections

STEP 1

Run the DGA Viewer software and maximize the main window.

STEP 2

Insert the IP address, Port Number, Subnet Mask and Gateway Address, of the DGA-IS which has
to be interrogated, in the Configuration Panel in the Network Configuration sub-panel.

STEP 3

Press the button Check Communication and wait for the positive response in the Log Status
window as explained in Subsection 3.4.

STEP 4

Press the button Download Data from DGA and wait for the positive response in the Log Status
window as explained in Subsection 3.4. If the data are successfully downloaded, the plots relevant
to the data records stored inside the DGA-IS internal memory will appear in the graph windows.

STEP 5

Once the plots appear it is possible to save all the records in .dga format in File>>>Save as as
explained in subsection 3.1.
Once the records are saved, it is possible to export the data in .txt format in File>>>Export as
explained in subsection 3.1.
The graphs can easily copied and pasted in a Word document just with a right click in the graph
windows selecting Copy Data, as explained in subsection 3.5.
Additional functions to manage the graphs and their properties are explained in Subsection 3.5.

STEP 6

To exit just click the button or go to File>>>Exit.

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5 Viewer mode

This section describes the basic actions to be taken to use the software in Viewer mode.

STEP 1

There are three modes to open a file :


Run the DGA Viewer software and maximize the main window. Go to File>>>Open and
choose the file to be opened.
Go to the folder containing the file to be visualized and just double click on its icon. The
DGA Viewer will automatically open showing the selected file. All the subfolders and files
inside the folder containing the selected file will be displayed in the Folder Tree.
If the DGA Viewer SW is already open and the file to be analyzed appear in the Folder
Tree, just click on it and drag it in the graph windows.

STEP 2

Once the plots appear it is possible to save all the records in .dga format in File>>>Save as as
explained in subsection 3.1.
Once the records are saved, it is possible to export the data in .txt format in File>>>Export as
explained in subsection 3.1.
The graphs can easily copied and pasted in a Word document just with a right click in the graph
windows selecting Copy Data, as explained in subsection 3.5.
Additional functions to manage the graphs and their properties are explained in Subsection 3.5.

STEP 3

To exit just click the button or go to File>>>Exit.

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A nalytical Index

DGA
A - Humidity, 24
- Temperature, 24
Actions (Preliminary), 7-14 Diagnosis (Button), 27
Alarms, 27-28 Diagnostic (Panel), 27
Analysis (Time Interval), 25-26 Discovery (Device), 17
Download (Data), 22, 23, 31
Drag (File), 33

B
Bar (menu),16-19 E
Button
- Communication, 21-22 Exit, 17, 31,33
- Diagnosis, 27 Export (File),16, 31, 33

C F
Menu bar 16
Calibration File
- Panel, 21 - Exit, 17, 31,33
- Tool, 18, 23 - Export, 16, 31, 33
Check (communication), 22, 30, 31 - Open, 16, 23, 33
Communication (Buttons), 21-22 - Save as, 16, 23, 31, 33
Configuration Flange (Temperature), 20
- Network, 21, 30, 31 Folder (Tree), 27, 33
- Panels, 19, 30, 31 Framework (PD), 11-13
Copy (Data), 25, 31, 33

G
D
Gateway Address, 21,30,31
Data Graph
- Copy, 25, 31, 33 - List, 24-25
- Download, 22,23, 31 - Options,25-26
- Send, 21, 23, 30 - Properties, 25
Device - Window, 24, 31, 33
- Discovery, 17 Graphic
- Info,20 - Operations, 26

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H P
Humidity Panels
- DGA, 24 - Configuration, 19-21, 30
- Oil, 24 - Calibration, 21
- Identification, 19-20
Port Number, 21,30,31

I
Identification (Tool), 19,30 R
IEEE Std, 27
IEC Std, 27 Resizing (windows), 24-25
Info Reset (Graphs), 25
- About DGA, 19
- Device, 20-21
Installation (Procedures), 8-13
IP Address, 21,30,31 S
Save (File), 16, 23, 31, 33
Send (Data), 21, 23, 30
L Setup (Time interval), 25-26
Streaming (Mode), 15-16, 30
License (Agreement), 9 Subnet Mask, 21,30,31
Log (Status), 22-24, 30,31

T
M
Temperature
Maximize (Button), 20 - DGA, 24
Menu (bar) 16-19 - Flange, 20
Minimize (Button), 20 - Oil, 24
Mode Time (Interval), 25
- Streaming, 15-16, 30 Tools
- Viewer, 16, 33 - Calibration,18, 23
Mouse (right click), 25 - Device Discovery,17
- Set UTC Time, 17, 24, 31

N
U
Network (configuration), 21, 30, 31
UTC (Time setting), 17, 24-25, 30

O
V
Oil
- Humidity, 24 Viewer (Mode), 16, 33
- Temperature, 24
Open (File), 16, 23, 33
Operations (graphic), 26
Options (Graph),25

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W
Window
- Main,15-28
- Resizing, 24-25
Warnings, 28

Z
Zoom, 26

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