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Relay Setting and Monitoring Software RSM100

Product Overview

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PC interface software RSM100 allows the user to access GR-series relays from a local or remote personal computer (PC), to view real-time measurands, to download and analyse recorded data, and to view and modify relay settings A single versiion of RSM100 supports all GR-series relays.

Technical Description

RSM100 provides user-friendly PC access to Toshiba's GR-series numerical protection relays, including the following features

  • Download of settings files from the relay for modification and subsequent upload back to the relay
  • Creation of new settings files for upload to the relay
  • Comparison of two settings files
  • Monitoring of real-time measurands
  • Retrieval of fault records
  • Retrieval of event records
  • Retrieval of disturbance records
  • Analysis of disturbance records
  • Output of settings files and records in CSV format for use by other programs
  • Supports remote communication by dial-up modem
  • Incorporates graphical PLC Editor tool for creation of user-defined logic

Minimum System Configuration

  • Personal computer (PC) with a Pentium processor II or later.(*)
  • Operating system:
    • Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 5 (**)
    • Windows 2000 (**)
    • Windows XP (**)
    • Windows Vista (**)
  • Internet Explorer (Version 5 or later) (**)
  • Hard disk: 100 MB or more required for RSM100 software
  • Display: 640 × 480 pixels or more
  • PC/AT keyboard
  • Pointing device (Mouse, Track ball, etc.)
  • CD-ROM device
  • RS-232C port (D-type 9-way connector)
Note:
(*)Pentium II 600MHz preferred
(**) Windows, Windows NT and Internet Explorer are either registered trademarks ortrademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

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