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Alarm DAN6 Limit Exceeded 3 in PM8000

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Alarm DAN6 Limit Exceeded 3 in PM8000

Hi Experts,

PM8240 inform alarm in PME 8.1 software " DAN6 Limit Exceeded 3". So, What is the DAN6 Limit Exceeded 3. and Where I can setting value DAN6?

Thanks

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Re: Alarm DAN6 Limit Exceeded 3 in PM8000

Help me!! Please

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Re: Alarm DAN6 Limit Exceeded 3 in PM8000

The DAN6 is referring to the "Disturbance Analyzer Module #6" which in the default framework is used for Current Swell alarm detection.

The default settings is for 155% over Current Nominal (which by default is set to 5 Amps) with a reset of 145%.

Go to the Alarm -> Sag/Swell and modify the I Swell Pickup limit or modify the Nominal current to the appropriate value.

The other number at the end probably refers to which of the 3 phases is exceeding the pickup limit (Phase A = 1, Phase B = 2, Phase C = 3) but you should check the ION Reference to be sure.

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Re: Alarm DAN6 Limit Exceeded 3 in PM8000

Hi Robert Lee,

Yes. Thanks for your information. Very helpful.

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Re: Alarm DAN6 Limit Exceeded 3 in PM8000

"DAN" I guess so that people don't have to refer to the DAM Limit?