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Breaker Reports random "Date of Data Reading" PME 2020

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David_Ulus
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Breaker Reports random "Date of Data Reading" PME 2020

Hello all,

 

We are currently wondering where we can get the information about the time interval at which static values (e.g. parameters of the trip/protection settings) of Compact NSX switches are polled and logged into the SQL?

 

Is it possible to trigger the query manually (possibly by adapting the driver)?

 

In the attached screenshot you will find an example of one of our affected breaker reports.

 

Thanks.

 

BR

 

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gsterling
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Re: Breaker Reports random "Date of Data Reading" PME 2020

Hello David

 

I believe this question may have been posted to the wrong forum.

 

Can you post your question to the PME forum at https://community.exchange.se.com/t5/EcoStruxure-Power-Monitoring/bd-p/power-monitoring-expert ?

 

Regards

 

Greg Sterling

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gsterling
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Re: Breaker Reports random "Date of Data Reading" PME 2020

Hello David

 

I believe this question may have been posted to the wrong forum.

 

Can you post your question to the PME forum at https://community.exchange.se.com/t5/EcoStruxure-Power-Monitoring/bd-p/power-monitoring-expert ?

 

Regards

 

Greg Sterling

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