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A user when configuring the delay for onboard alarms in a Power Meter or Circuit Monitor, would like to know the units associated with the pickup and dropout values.
Circuit monitor/ power monitor settings
Associated units and values
For standard speed alarms, the delay is defined in seconds.
For high speed alarms, the delay is defined in increments of 100ms.
For disturbance alarms, the delay is defined in cycles.
For example, a delay of 5 for standard alarms equates to 5 second. For high speed alarms, a delay of 5 equates to 500ms. For disturbance alarms, a delay of 5 equates to 5 cycles.