4.1

  1. An                     is an audible or visible signal used to attract attention to an action that has automatically occurred or a condition that requires a response
    alarm
  2. An                is a panel of alarms designed to bring attention to a specified area or situation
    annunciator
  3. An                 is an instrument that makes a permanent record of the instantaneous values of quantities.
    oscillograph
  4.                   is an instrument used to record instantaneous values of fault current onto printed paper
    digital fault recorder
  5. What are the 3 major reasons alarms are installed in the stations
    • 1. To warn of abnormal conditions.
    • 2. To reduce the probability of injury to personnel, damage to
    • equipment, or interruption of service.
    • 3. To serve as an aid to you in the performance of your duties as an Operator
  6. True/False

    If the alarm cannot be cleared, you may have to monitor the equipment until the condition has been corrected
    True
  7. Oscillographs have been replaced by                   .
    fault recorders
  8. What are the two levels of alarms on the RTU
    Urgent/Urgent Critical
  9. True/False

    The DRF records pre-fault, fault, and post fault data
    True
Author
Benjammincash
ID
355296
Card Set
4.1
Description
Alarms, Annunciators, and Oscillographs
Updated