Release note – CitrusCitrus v18.104.22.168 ( Updated 2018-12-17) Miro – Theses features are supported with Miro firmware version 3.06
- The Miro has the capability to automatically generate EN50160 reports which determines, specifies and describes the main characteristics of the voltage at a network user’s supply terminals in public low voltage, medium and high voltage AC electricity networks under normal operating conditions. This feature can be applied to a Miro Power Quality Analyser via a subscription.
- The Miro supports configuration level scaling. This allows the user to scale the voltage and current measurements to reflect the actual values. All subsequent derived measurements are calculated using the scaled values which is also reflected within Citrus’ online monitor. In addition, a negative value can be used to reverse the signal. For example, a negative value can be used to reverse the polarity to correct current sensors installed incorrectly.
- Hotkeys have been added to Citrus’ data viewer to enable users to redraw graphs and centre cursors with a single keystroke.
- F1 to show Graph Help
- F5 to Redraw Last Measurement
- F9 to Centre cursors to view.
- The Miro’s LCD screen can now be configured to allow the pages to scroll at specified intervals.
- The user has the ability to configure the order of Harmonic / Interharmonic number that are used within the THD/TIHD calculation.
- THD is now split into THD-F (Fundamental) and THD-R (RMS). Total Interharmonic Distortion (TIHD-F and TIHD-R) is now available.
- A ‘Measurements from Cursors’ feature has been added to allow users to view measurements.
- A ‘Configuration Change’ event has been created and will be displayed within Citrus’ event window.
- Users now can select to view a rolling 15-minute average on the LCD or the instantaneous value.