A basis for the electronic reporting of transformer test data on liquid immersed distribution transformers, as defined in the IEEE C57.12.2X, C57.12.3X, and C57.12.4X standards series, is provided in this standard. The specific set of test data to be reported, and the report format, is detailed along with an extended set of data as an option for the user.
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DIST-WGC57.12.37 - Distribution - Elec Rpt of Test Data Working Group
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IEEE Standard for the Electronic Reporting of Distribution Transformer Test Data
This standard is divided into six clauses. Clause 1 provides the scope and purpose of this standard. Clause 2 lists references to other standards that are useful in applying this standard. Clause 3 provides definitions that are either not found in other standards, or have been modified for use with this standard. Clause 4 provides a listing of the data elements in the standard data set and the additional data elements included with the extended data set. Clause 5 gives the specifics of the two test data file formats. Clause 6 addresses the methods of file transfer.
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