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  1. #1
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    Default Scaling Problem

    Hi, 

    I have Volt and Amp data from different IEDs via Modbus TCP and IEC 61850. My problem is:


    - I need Amp (current) scaling factor to be adjustable by user input in runtime.
      There should be some code which will pop-up input screen on pressing "Settings" button and ask user to enter CT scaling ratio and scale the variable accordingly.


    I have tried by using the VBA script :


    Dim ctRatio As Integer

    thisProeject.Variables.Item("Current L1 Node 1").RangeMax = ctRatio

    And taking "ctRatio" as user input....

    But it doesn't work. However when i am in Workspace and put the "RangeMax" property of that variable to the desired scaling ratio, It does scale it well.
    But I need "adjustable scaling factor" that the runtime should ask from the user and adjust the variable accordingly.


    Please Help ..!!!


    And many thanks.... 

  2. #2
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    Default Re: Scaling Problem

    I think this is not possible this way. You cannot change the Scaling Range via RangeMin/Max during Runtime.
    But you can use nonlinear value adjusting with VBA and there you can use another Variable to scale.

  3. #3
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    Default Re: Scaling Problem

    Thanks! I did it using Non linear value adjustment using VBA macro...

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