CIM Issues #6247
Missing support for fault indicators
In distribution it is necessary to model fault indicator devices. These are used by applications to determine the possible location of a fault and must be part of the network model.
A fault indicator can be either a standalone device that provides a signal that indicates that a fault passed through it, or it can be a function within a complex device, such as a recloser.
Updated by Jugoslav Dujic 4 months ago
These should inherit from AuxiliaryEquipment::Sensor, since they do not disturb the conducting function (and fit the description).
Among the properties of interest are the operating principle (there are current- and voltage-based ones), and resetting method (manual reset, delayed reset, current-based reset).
See Eaton's "Faulted circuit indicator application guide" for description.