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  1. MiCOM S1 Studio software

  2. Software Download

  3. Download MiCOM S1 Studio software • ● This new release is fully compatible with your existing Schenider Electric V3.4.0 (patch 1 )installation and database as well as all MiCOM relays currently installed. No data sources will be deleted unless explicitly selected during uninstallation. • The installation will retain all your existing data models, and systems/projects (containing devices, configuration files and extracted records). • ●Internal link (Schneider users, open SWEBI before) • http://shoppingkiosk.schneider-electric.com/ • doc_info.aspx?FileID=197313&isdvd=False&df=12&gid=162251 • ● Customer access • http://www.schneider-electric.com/products/ww/en/2300-ied-user-software/2310-micom-user-software/61035-micom-s1-studio/?xtmc=MiCOM%2520S1%2520Studio&xtcr=1

  4. Software installation

  5. Starting installation Warning: disable antivirus software before installation Launch Installer

  6. DataModelManager • At the end of installation, close S1 studio & launch Data Model Manager : • If requested, select another language

  7. DataModelManager • 2 actions available : • Add/Suppress DataModels • Export/Import DataModels

  8. DataModelManager • « Add » or « Remove » Menu : • Select DataModel source for installation • AREVA FTP is recommended for old DataModels as well as up to date!

  9. DataModelManager • « Add » or « Remove » Menu : • Select requested used in DataModels

  10. DataModelManager • « Add » or « Remove » Menu : • Check protections used

  11. DataModelManager • « Add » or « Remove » Menu : • Protection description appears • For some relays, select only requested software version • Required Hard Disk space for installation is displayed

  12. DataModelManager • « Add » or « Remove » Menu : • To remove DataModels, use same process

  13. DataModelManager Check Datamodels files on your Harddisk : • to check that the files have been actually installed: • C:\ ProgramData\Schneider Electric\MiCOM S1 Studio\Datamodels • Nota: To access this directory you have to authorize in Window Explorer the access normally hidden to these files.

  14. Getting started with Studio

  15. Starting S1Studio • 3 windows available

  16. Starting S1Studio • Studio Explorer window, to display network or substation architecture, with associated protections

  17. Starting S1Studio • Properties window, to display informations about selected object (protections…) such as comment, date of last modification…

  18. Starting S1Studio • Main window, to display protections settings

  19. Starting S1Studio • To start, S1 Studio requires a « System »

  20. Starting S1Studio • System name is displayed in Studio Explorer • Properties are also visible

  21. Creating architecture

  22. Creating architecture • At each step, you can add : • A new electric level • A new protection device

  23. Creating architecture • Electric levels available are : • Substation • Voltage Level • Bay • At each level, you can add a protection device

  24. Creating architecture • .ldb file is visible only when the system is open • .ms1s is the System • The folder contains the whole system architecture with relay settings, events & disturbance files • Whole architecture can be retrieved under Windows environment

  25. Add a protection device

  26. Add manually a protection device 2 • To add a device : • select the location where to put the device • click on New Device • follow instructions 1 3 • Requested device : P343111A2M0320J

  27. Add manually a protection device • follow instructions 3 • Requested device : P343111A2M0320J

  28. Add manually a protection device • follow instructions 3 • Requested device : P343111A2M0320J

  29. Add manually a protection device • Check protection code and choose language for setting file 4 • Requested device : P343111A2M0320J

  30. Add manually a protection device • Fill in protection name and comment if required 5

  31. Add manually a protection device • Structure of all relays is similar : • 20 serie • 30 serie • 40 serie • Green : connexions • Yellow : settings • Blue : records

  32. Add automatically a protection device 2 • It is also possible to add a device quickly and automatically 1 • Select required location for the relay to be added • Click on « Quick Connect »

  33. Add automatically a protection device • Select device type • Select communication port you are using 4 3

  34. Add automatically a protection device • S1Studio automatically identify relay CORTEC code and add it in Studio architecture. 5

  35. Add automatically a protection device • When opening an existing system or after a quick connection, some devices may be displayed in white : it means that Data Model is not installed. • Use Data Model manager to install required Data Models then you are able to display settings… (quit MiCOM S1 Studio before starting data model manager) • When DataModel is found, device is displayed in gray colour.

  36. Setup connection

  37. Setup connection • Communication settings memory • Right click on Connection to create a new connection • This step allows the system to identify once the device and to keep in memory communication parameters. • For the first time set the default parameters of the relay that you would be able to read on the LCD. • It will not be anymore required to open/close connexion to the device, it is automatic! • Default password : AAAA • Note : a connexion already exists if the relay has been added automatically with quick connect

  38. Settings file

  39. Settings file • « Settings » • Create a new settings file • Add an existing file • Extract settings from device (it creates a new file) – connection* is required • Extract full settings from device even read only parameters and meny labels (Px4x only) – connection* is required • * Connection • Right click :

  40. Settings file • Programmable Scheme Logic – (Px4x only) • Text menu modification – (Px4x only) • It is possible to extract PSL from relay – connection is required • Right click :

  41. Settings file • When selected a file, its properties as displayed, such as : • CORTEC code • Creation and last modification date • Windows path • Comment

  42. Settings file • To send setting files to the relay : 2 • Select the relay • Click on « Send » 1

  43. Settings file • To send setting files to the relay : • Select settings & PSL files (if required) to be sent 3 • Certains relais peuvent intégrer les commentaires avec la logique

  44. Settings file • How to display a settings file 2 • Select file • Click on « Open » Rename the file 1 Cut/Copy the file Display Options Display file properties Remove the file

  45. Settings file • Open a 20 Serie relay setting file :

  46. Settings file • Open a 30 Serie relay setting file :

  47. Settings file • Open a 30 Serie relay setting file :

  48. Settings file • Open a 40 Serie relay setting file :

  49. Settings file • Open a 40 Serie relay PSL file : • Use of PSL requires an external program, PSL Editor, automatically launched (included in Studio package!)

  50. Settings file • How to use Settings Editor • 2 types of parameters : • Read/Write parameters • Read only parameters • To be extracted from the relay • New in Studio : • Parameter internal Address is displayed • Comments can be added