srEval (v3.1.9)

SoftReal's Disturbance Record Evaluator Tool


The srEval software is SoftReal's evaluator tool for disturbance records of electric power networks. The application can be run on MS Windows XP, Vista, 7 or newer operating system (on any edition, including server editions).

The program is backward compatible with the former ZirErt application. The srHMI human-machine interface application can start srEval to evaluate a selected disturbance record of the Substation Automation System.

The program supports the following file formats:

The program has a file-based registration. When you purchase a license then you will get an srEval.key file which you have to place in the program's folder next to the srEval.exe file. Please note that if you have already got a key file for the former ZirErt application then it is also valid for the srEval application; rename the file and copy it to the srEval program's folder to activate the license. Without a key file the program runs in trial mode with reduced editing and measuring capabilities.

The program has a Multiple Document Interface (MDI) so you can open virtually unlimited number of files simultaneously. The number and length of opened records are limited only by system resources, like the size of memory.

The program offers sophisticated formatting and editing functions; you can even copy and paste signals between different records. When you insert or remove a signal then the record will be marked as "edited". The record will remain "original" if you apply other operations, like creating a calculated curve, changing the order of signals, hiding or formatting a signal etc. An "original" record can be saved as a format template and it can be formatted in one step with a template file.

Features and Benefits

You can find more details in the User Guide. If you are a registered user then you can also download the latest program updates.


Version history

V3.1.9.1 (April 1, 2014)

V3.1.8.4 (March 26, 2014)

V3.1.4.2 (June 13, 2013)

V3.1.3.1 (May 24, 2013)

V3.1.2.3 (February 22, 2013)