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Custom Menu user guide

Using and setting up a custom menu for the ADVC Controller Range

Scope of this document This document describes the user configuration and application of the Custom Menu Tool for the ADVC Controller. Limitations This document is copyright and is provided solely for the use of the purchaser. It is not to be copied in any way, nor its contents divulged to any third party, nor to be used as the basis of a tender or specification without the express written permission of the manufacturer. Disclaimer The advisory procedures and information contained within this document have been compiled as a guide to the safe and effective operation of products supplied by Schneider Electric. It has been prepared in conjunction with references from subassembly suppliers and the collective experience of the manufacturer. In-service conditions for use of the products may vary between customers and end-users. Consequently, this document is offered as a guide only. It should be used in conjunction with the customers own safety procedures, maintenance program, engineering judgment and training qualifications. No responsibility, either direct or consequential, for injury or equipment failure can be accepted by the manufacturer resulting from the use of this document. Copyright 2011 by Schneider Electric. All rights reserved. No part of the contents of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of the manufacturer. Document part number ADVC2-3002 Revision 1-0

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Table of Contents
1 1.1 1.2 2 3 3.1 3.2 Introduction................................................ 3 Compatibility ................................................ 3 Ratings ........................................................ 3 Getting started in 7 easy steps ................ 4 Custom Menu............................................. 5 Rotating Custom Menu................................ 5 Custom/Standard Menu Navigation ............ 5

List of Figures
Figure 1: setVUE Operator Interface illustration........3 Figure 2: flexVUE Operator Interface illustration .......3 Figure 3: setVUE display page format .......................3 Figure 4: flexVUE display page format ......................3 Figure 5: Additional Custom Menu ............................3

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Introduction

The Custom Menu feature provides operators with quick access to a selection of frequently used menu display pages. This menu is configured using WSOS, and when loaded to the controller is easily accessed by a field operator. WSOS incorporates a Menu Configuration tool from where the required fields are selected and the behaviour of the menu is set up. Both types of operator interface (setVUE and flexVUE) are capable of displaying custom menus. However, due to the different characteristics of the interface modules the custom menus are also different and cannot be interchanged. This is mainly due to the difference in underlying standard menu structure, display page format and size. Please refer to the ADVC Controller Range user guide (part number ADVC2-1160) for a more information regarding the operator interface options and operation. Figure 1 to Figure 4 illustrates some of the major differences.

STATUS LAMPS

QUICK ACTION KEYS

QUICK KEYS

TRIP
DISABLED

CLOSE
DISABLED

TRIP System OK
DISABLED

CLOSE
DISABLED

Figure 1: setVUE Operator Interface illustration - - - - - - - - - - - - - Page Title - - - - - - - - Code Data Field 01 Data Field 03 Data Field 05 Data Field 02 Data Field 04 Data Field 06

Figure 2: flexVUE Operator Interface illustration Current menu position Scroll through options Figure 4: flexVUE display page format Page Title Data Field

Figure 3: setVUE display page format

The Custom Menu pages are displayed in sequence. Operators can manually cycle through the list, or automatically for a preset viewing time. The custom menu is separate to the standard menu and operators can easily swap between the two. This allows ease of access to a selection of essential data in the custom menu or, if needed, full access to the entire menu structure. Selection of important menu pages Access to the entire menu structure

Custom Menu pages

Standard Menu display groups

Manual or automatic viewing modes

Manual browsing of standard menu

Figure 5: Additional Custom Menu

1.1

Compatibility
A45-01.00 + Version 5.13.00 + N-Series, U-Series, W-Series, RL-Series ACR (Automatic Circuit Recloser), LBS (Automatic Sectionaliser).

ADVC Controller firmware WSOS 5 version: Switchgear: Functionality:

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Ratings
0 40 Off, 2 15 seconds Page 3 Schneider Electric

Number of pages listed in Custom Menu Automatic Rotation time Custom Menu (ADVC2-3002)

Getting started in 7 easy steps


Ensure the correct version of WSOS and controller firmware are installed Install WSOS Version 5.13.00 + or later. Follow the onscreen instructions. Download and upgrade the controller firmware A45-01.00 + or higher. See WSOS help files for instructions

Create a Custom Menu Custom Menu available 1 Open the feature selection window and select the Custom Menu Available option in the General category. Open Menu Configuration 2 A new option Menu Configuration is shown in the Switchgear Explorer. Select the option to open the Menu Configuration interface.

View Menu Configuration window setVUE 3 (Note: flexVUE does not have the First Screen field.) Select the First Screen setVUE only. (This option is only available when Rotation Time is set to OFF). Select the viewing time for automatic rotation (Off, 2 15 sec) Select the Edit button to create the list of pages to be shown in the custom menu.

Edit the list of pages shown in the custom menu setVUE 4 (Note: flexVUE list of pages is different.) Select the first available custom menu page location (1 40). Blank pages are not allowed between page selections. Click on the List Button ( ) to open a list of available pages. Scroll through the list and select the page containing the field/s required in the custom menu. Select the next available custom page location and repeat the steps above. It is not necessary to populate all 40 custom page options. Press the Commit button.

Save the Off-line 5 switchgear file (Ctrl-S).

Go On line with 6 the switchgear.

Write the Operator settings 7 to the switchgear.

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Custom Menu

The ADVC Controller can be configured such that the user is shown a custom menu containing only those pages from the standard menu that are of interest. Up to 40 pages can be mapped to the custom menu. Selection of custom menu screens can only be done via the WSOS5 Configuration - Menu Configuration window. If features are unavailable offline in WSOS, the corresponding pages cannot be selected in the Custom Menu (WSOS Menu Configuration page). If a page selected in the Custom Menu ends up being empty (no data), it will be skipped by the custom Menu.

3.1

Rotating Custom Menu

The custom menu can be placed in rotation mode. When in rotation mode the panel will continuously cycle through the custom menu screens. The period of the cycle is user configurable. This allows users to view all relevant settings or find a particular page without pressing a key on the panel. Enabling/disabling the rotating screen feature as well as setting the rotation delay period can only be done via the WSOS5 Configuration - Menu Configuration window shown above. Refer to the WSOS5 help file for more information.

3.2

Custom/Standard Menu Navigation

The custom and standard menus are designed to co-exist on the ADVC. If a custom menu has been configured it, rather than the standard menu, is shown by default. The standard menu display is always available. In all circumstances movement around the standard menu is as described in the products Installation and Maintenance manual. Switching between the custom and standard menus is achieved by: Switching between custom and standard menu Display the standard menu Display the custom menu setVUE Menu key Custom Menu key flexVUE Menu key Press the Menu key when in the Main menu

In the manual navigation mode that is when the Rotation Time is set to Off, the following table describes navigation of the Custom Menu for the different operator interface modules. Navigation in Manual mode Display the next page in the custom menu setVUE Custom Menu key flexVUE Down Arrow key

Display the previous page in the custom menu Up Arrow key When the Automatic Rotation mode is active that is when the Rotation time is set, the following table describes the navigation of the Custom Menu for the different operator interface modules. Navigation in Automatic rotation mode setVUE flexVUE Pause rotation. Select, Up or Down arrow keys. When the auto rotation is paused, pressing the Down Arrow key Down Arrow key displays the next page in the custom menu. Auto rotation resumes 30 seconds after the last key press. When the auto rotation is paused, pressing the Up Arrow key Up Arrow key displays the previous page in the custom menu. Auto rotation resumes 30 seconds after the last key press. When displaying the custom menu, operation of the other keys on the interface will have the following affects: Affect of other keys on the custom menu setVUE flexVUE The TRIP and CLOSE keys are always active and are independent Trip/Close Keys Trip/Close Keys of standard or custom menu behaviour. The TRIP and CLOSE Disable switches are always active and are Trip/Close Trip/Close Disable independent of standard or custom menu behaviour. Disable Switches Switches Perform as per standard behaviour. Quick Keys Quick Action Keys Perform as per standard behaviour. The key will halt rotation and Alt, Select, Arrow the currently visible page will remain visible. Pressing the Custom Keys Menu key will restart rotation (if active).

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Affect of other keys on the custom menu Pause rotation. When pressed a second time on pages such as Flags, Demand and Protection, perform as per standard menu behaviour. The SELECT key can be used to edit an editable field, navigate in the demand history pages, reset the fault flags. For these particular pages, once SELECT has been pressed, UP-DOWN-SELECT key have normal behaviour until user is back on the custom menu page. Have no affect in the custom menu. However, if the Select key is pressed on the ACTIVE/ALTERNATE GROUP pickup levels, MAX DAILY/WEEKLY/MONTHLY DEMAND and FAULT FLAGS pages, the arrow keys perform as per standard menu behaviour. Perform as per standard menu behaviour. Exits the custom menu and displays the lamp data menu. Press the Menu key twice to view the custom menu. Perform as per standard menu behaviour. Exits the custom menu and displays the event log. Press the Menu key twice to view the custom menu. Turns the operator interface on and displays the custom menu. Turns the operator interface off.

setVUE

flexVUE Select Key

Left/ Right Arrow Keys

Lamp Test Key Lamp Data Key Lamp Reset Key Event Log Key Panel On Key Panel On Key

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