Changes Since 2002
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The following additions / modifications were performed since 2002 version:

bulletSupport for General Electric kV2 Multifunction Meter has been added, via the MODBUS RTU protocol.
bulletSupport for General Electric F60 Feeder Management Relay has been added, via the MODBUS RTU protocol.
bulletRemote Client software synchronizes its computer clock with that of the server (master controller computer) at startup.
bulletNew report in MCDA, Hourly Totals, calculates hourly totals of data from top of the hour to next top of the hour.
bulletLMEX Load Shed Priority, and schedule Max. AOT Discrepancy parameters were added. Load shed priority sorting algorithm was modified.
bulletSupport of Baritek Inc. equipment was added, including their LMS-1R switch, MRCC, and WSR-4400 RTUs, using MODBUS RTU protocol.
bulletSupport of Comverge Technologies Inc. equipment was added, including their RTC, REMS 101/102 switches, 105, 205, and 206 series load management switches. Support of Comverge equipment is proprietary, and is on a customer-by-customer basis. 
bulletOne-line diagrams have been added. They allow operators to graphically draw the system being monitored, and map the components to the database of I/O points. This makes it possible to model the monitored system graphically, and view its state in real time. Here are a few shortcut links to the relevant sections of documentation:
- Sample window showing a small subsection of one of our customers' systems
- Introduction to one-line diagrams
- Commands section of user guide on one-line diagrams (sections on panels and display elements)
- Configuration section of user guide on one-line diagrams (sections on panels and display elements)
bulletMODBUS RTU, one of the industry standard communications protocols ha been standardized in IOEX and RUEX. NTMC can now 'talk' to any device capable of supporting this protocol. DNP 3.0, another industry standard protocol, is in the process of being implemented as well.
bulletEnergy consumption reports were added to LMEX. The figures can be generated for all loads managed by LMEX, or for loads belonging to a specified metering point. In either case load list is first built consistent with the MCDA filter in effect at the time, load consumption figure is listed for each load (again, consistent with the MCDA filter in effect at the time), and the total load consumption figure is displayed.
bulletLMEX Secondary Load Manager now ques secondary load control requests as individual low priority jobs. In practice this means that most other RUEX activities, such as remote unit polling, regular control code dispatching, etc., preempt secondary load control dispatching. The latter is stopped as soon as other higher priority activities are scheduled, and resumes as soon as those activities are completed. This is analogous to automated meter reading interruption when higher priority jobs come along.
bulletAdditional LMEX Load State Reinserting Methods were added. LSR manager now offers the option of reinserting only loads which were previously operated that same day.
bulletFull NTMCRDR of MREX meter dials has been added. Even though meter dials could be recorded previously via RUEX, MREX now automates the process.
bulletEnergy consumption reports were added to MREX. The figures can be generated for all meters managed by MREX, or for meters belonging to a specified monthly schedule. In either case meter list is first built consistent with the MCDA filter in effect at the time, energy consumption figure is listed for each meter (again, consistent with the MCDA filter in effect at the time), and the total energy consumption figure is displayed.

 

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