karimdehbi

Declare an Alarme

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Hello,

Please can anyone tell me How can I declare an alarm and archive it?

Thank you

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From the PT menu, select Alarm/Event Setting... Alarms are retained in the PT. View them with the Alarm/Event Summary&History object.

I didn't realize it had an archive function but I just tested it. You can archive from the PT System Menu. Goto the Initialize tab. From here you can save various items to a CF card. 

Edited by IO_Rack

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If you use the alarm history object you can set the ring buffer to say 1000 alarms and they will be saved there. The ring buffer is FIFO.

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thank you

how can I configurate the alarme , i mean the adresse ?

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Just type in the address e.g. 300.01.

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That is the HR area - holding relays. If in CIO select CIO from the drop box then the channel and bit number on the right - easy as.

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I do the same thing , it doesnt work , what is the zone that I need to use for Alarm?

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There is no 'zone' you need to use.  Select the memory area in the drop down and then type an address using the box to the right.

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On 6/5/2018 at 7:56 PM, karimdehbi said:

What should I do here ?

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I don't have the French version, but this is what it would look like in the English version (using the 300.01 example from earlier in the thread):

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