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What information is saved in the event of a Sepam series 80 power failure?

The saving of information depends on whether or not the battery is present. In the event of a Sepam series 80 power failure, certain data will only be saved if the battery is present.

The data listed below are only saved if the battery is present:
 

  • Peak demand current
  • Peak demand active power
  • Peak demand reactive power
  • Tripping context
  • Tripping current
  • Disturbance recordings
  • Starting current
  • Starting time
  • Alarm message history
  • Date and time



The data listed below are saved with or without a battery present:
 

  • Calculated active energy
  • Calculated reactive energy
  • Number of trips (phase overcurrent and earth fault)
  • Machine heat rise
  • Running hours counter and operating time
  • Cumulative breaking current
  • Number of operations
  • Operating time
  • Charging time
  • Number of rackouts


Important: All the data contained in the cartridge are saved.



 

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