IEEE C37.232

Common Format for Naming Time Sequence Data Files (COMNAME)

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 31 October 2011
Status: active
Page Count: 25
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This recommended practice defines a procedure for naming time sequence data (TSD) files that originate from digital protection and measurement devices, such as transient data records, event sequences, and periodic data logs. The filename includes, among other features, key portions of the information contained in the file, including, but not limited to, the names of the circuit, substation and recording device, and the date and time of event occurrence.

Purpose

The purpose of this recommended practice is to define a procedure for naming TSD files, a procedure that is needed to resolve many problems that are associated with reporting, saving, exchanging, archiving, and retrieving large numbers of files. There is no other defined standard for naming such files at this time.

Document History

IEEE C37.232
October 31, 2011
Common Format for Naming Time Sequence Data Files (COMNAME)
This recommended practice defines a procedure for naming time sequence data (TSD) files that originate from digital protection and measurement devices, such as transient data records, event...
March 22, 2007
Recommended Practice for Naming Time Sequence Data Files
This recommended practice defines a procedure for naming time sequence data (TSD) files that originate from digital protection and measurement devices, such as transient data records, event...

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