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genome for power transformer

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Edward Kazak on 2018-10-22


Hello.

Does anyone know if DCO allows a genome for a step-down transformer to be added to model the power path? I am running DCO 8.2.2. I couldn't find anything close within the genome library loaded on my server.

 

thanks.

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Re: genome for power transformer

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Greg Sterling on 2018-10-22


Hello Edward

While I do not believe there's a specific genome for power transformers a floor pdu can be customized to resemble this function. If you take a floor pdu genome like the "generic 3p pdu" and edits its power properties like the entries in my below example you can specify the input and output voltage and settings of this device effectively using it as a step-down transformer.

The breaker panel settings (under the power settings) allow you to specify the output breaker sizes to connecting device(s). The above screenshot allows you to set the voltages.

Regards

Greg Sterling

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Re: genome for power transformer

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Greg Sterling on 2018-10-22


Hello Edward

While I do not believe there's a specific genome for power transformers a floor pdu can be customized to resemble this function. If you take a floor pdu genome like the "generic 3p pdu" and edits its power properties like the entries in my below example you can specify the input and output voltage and settings of this device effectively using it as a step-down transformer.

The breaker panel settings (under the power settings) allow you to specify the output breaker sizes to connecting device(s). The above screenshot allows you to set the voltages.

Regards

Greg Sterling

(CID:134687758)

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Re: genome for power transformer

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Edward Kazak on 2018-10-23


Thanks! 

Worked like a charm.

 

Edward.

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