Feeder Manager Locator
This search method allows you to locate all features associated with a feeder or group of feeders in a specific phase.
- Select locator method, Feeder Manager, from the pulldown list.
- Click the Feeder Manager Search Criteria button to set your search criteria.
- Select the types of features you want to search for:
- All Feeders, Multi-Feed Feeders, or Feeders with
Select an Energized Phase.IMPORTANT: For conductors, the energized phase information within the FeederInfo field is determined using the field with the PHASEDESIGNATION field model name assigned. Therefore the energized phase matches the phase designation. For devices however, the energized phase does not match the phase designation.
Select Locate Lines Only to view only conductor features.
Choose a Substation.
Select a feeder from the grid.
Click Find in the ArcFM Locator window to perform the search.
Click the Stop button if you want to end the search before it is complete.
- De-Energized Features: Generally, electrical features that remain de-energized in a normal switching state indicate a data problem, usually in the form of a switchable device that is incorrectly attributed as “open” on one or more phases. This search allows you to locate any de-energized features in the network.
- Tie Devices and Terminal Devices: Tie Devices are switchable devices set in an open state and that can be energized from two different sources. A Terminal Device is any switchable device that prevents electrical power from reaching some features because of its "open" status on one or more phases. The Feeder/Tie locator allows you to locate all tie and/or terminal devices and filter the resulting set into those devices associated with a given feeder or group of feeders.
- Options: This dialog allows you to select the network on which the search is performed. You may also elect to group your results by Feeder or sort them by their ArcFM Display Field. Your options selections are persisted and don't need to be set before each search.
- All Feeders, Multi-Feed Feeders, or Feeders with Loops.