Elipse Power

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Elipse Power

Now it is possible to use other XControl definitions when importing Elipse Power's Screen objects.

The Elipse Power's Electrical Modeler now uses the .NET Framework 4 Client Profile.

Created the objects PowerProtectionGroup and PowerProtectionDevice, and added the Protections tab to Power Configuration object.

Created in the Power Configuration object the possibility of also configuring non-energized voltage colors.

Implemented a behavior on Elipse Power's Measurement colors to display active alarms, also distinguishing whether there are active and non-acknowledged alarms.

Changed the PowerExplorer window to allow being called by passing as its root object a Protection.

Added the Type column to editors of Feeders, Substations, and Transmission Lines. This column allows configuring properties CommandType, ProtectionType, and MeasurementType, where applicable.

Created the Commands tab on PowerExplorer window.

Created a button on Commands tab to display the Interlocks of the selected Command Unit.

Implemented a tap indication for Two-Winding Transformers in the Electrical Modeler.

Implemented a block for sending commands when PowerExplorer is read-only.

Implemented the Protections tab on PowerExplorer.

Added an input and output log of Power Engine.

Created the Terminal's PowerFlowIn property, for future usage on State Estimator. Also corrected the counting on Busbar's statistics window on Electrical Modeler.

Created a method in Viewer to return a PowerExplorer's configuration object.

Created a new property for PowerExplorer's configuration object, to display or hide the column with Measurement's timestamp.

Created a property to configure the behavior of Commands tab, when there are Interlocks.

Create the CenterWindow method to center PowerExplorer's window.

Added support to Generator isolation via automatic switch of its models at run time, according to the values of GeneratorPriority and GeneratorParticipationFactor Measurements.

Implemented in Elipse Power Studio, for Interlock Units connected to Discrete Measurements, the edition of values of ComparisonValue property, by using the description of Semantics.

Implemented on the PowerExplorer's Interlock window the display of Semantics' text together with its value, in case the target Measurement be Discrete.

Created the ComparisonValueCaption property, only at run time, in Interlock Unit objects.

Created the TabsEnabled property, which allows configuring what PowerExplorer tabs should be displayed.

Measurement values in Elipse Power now propagate with their values an information about the active Measurement Source. This information then goes to Alarm's ActiveSource (Measurement Source) field.

Created the global function SourceTypeName, available in Links and scripts, which returns the name linked to the value of Measurement Source type (PowerSourceType).

Created in E3Browser the OnFormatCell event, which allows customizing E3Browser's cell text formatting.

In Electrical Modeler, elements now have their size aligned to grid (in case it is enabled) the first time they are inserted.

Electrical Modeler elements now have their BaseVoltage property set to 0 (zero) in case they are not connected (directly or not) to Transformers or Generators.

Double-clicking a LinkNode now forces the Electrical Modeler to navigate to the corresponding Substation or Feeder.

Now it is allowed to edit the Semantics' Meaning column of user-defined Discrete Measurement types.

Blocked the usage of reserved characters ("\/?:[]) for names of Elipse Power objects in all item collections of Power Configuration tabs. In addition, default reserved names were also blocked (True, False, Nothing, Empty, Null, and Application).

Added two new keyboard shortcuts to Electrical Modeler:

SHIFT: When pressed, allows a consecutive creation of several elements of the same type (the same as the Lock function)

CTRL + A: Selects all elements

When inserting a Vertex on Electrical Modeler, if the lock is disabled, then the selection tool will be disabled.

At each topological change on Electrical Modeler's network, the Topological Processor is executed, and the energized and non-energized elements are indicated using transparency.

Added two new keyboard shortcuts to Electrical Modeler:

R: Rotates selected elements on 45 degrees steps, clockwise

CTRL + R: Rotates selected elements on 45 degrees steps, counterclockwise

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