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Doble F6150. ProTest.

Doble F6150. ProTest.

Doble F6150. ProTest.

I need help using the Doble F6150. I'm using the ProTest program. Q: Is it possible to edit test plans in a text editor? I have a large group of test plans, which should differ in several parameters. I would like to be able to quickly edit them in one window of the text editor.
I tried to open the protest.db file in a text editor, but it does not contain information about test plans.

RE: Doble F6150. ProTest.

I'm not positive in protest, but in Protection Suite (Doble), you can "Import Relay Settings" (any TXT file). These can then be linked to taps, time dials, reaches, etc. We use this feature to import SEL relay settings. I'd imagine the same can be done for your application.

There are several worksheets - one is global and that is where the settings can be imported to. Each macro also has a worksheet. I dont think you can import from that level. If you have not upgraded from ProTest to protection suite, you should consider as I believe ProTest will no longer be supported. Protection Suite has a conversion utility to take care of ProTest macros.

RE: Doble F6150. ProTest.

Thanks for answer!
I do not see this function to import in my ProTest.

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