System status is shown in the header at the top of the user interface. Note that the presence of alerts (gas level alerts or device alerts) is indicated by a separate alert indicator.
|Symbol and text||Meaning|
DGA monitor is performing autocalibration cycles. Autocalibration improves measurement performance by adapting the DGA monitor to transformer oil conditions. Autocalibration takes from 2 to 5 days depending on the conditions.
After autocalibration has been completed successfully, DGA monitor automatically starts normal measurement operation.
|Connecting||System state is being determined. This state is shown after a software update has been performed.|
|Measuring||Normal operation; DGA monitor is performing measurement cycles.|
|Not initialized||DGA monitor has not been initialized. Initialization is part of the installation and requires physical access inside the DGA monitor cabinet.|
|Initializing||DGA monitor is being initialized.|
|In service||DGA monitor is performing a service action, for example, running a service tool.|
|Standby||DGA monitor is idle and waiting for commands from the administrator. Measurement cycles are not being performed.|
|Stopping||Normal measurement is being stopped. When complete, the DGA monitor will remain in the standby state.|
|Stopped||DGA monitor has stopped measurement due to an error.|
|System error||System status of the DGA monitor could not be determined.|
|Uninstalling||DGA monitor is being uninstalled. Uninstallation empties the DGA monitor of oil and prepares the measurement system for transportation.|
|Updating||Software update is in progress.|