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The MSV object attributes represent the desired state of one or more physical outputs or processes of the device in which the object resides. The actual functions associated with a particular state are determined locally (not part of protocol). Present Value (Appears as O1 for Inputs and I1 for Outputs) represents the state with a number and States Text associates a description with each state.

This object allows you to hold a multistate value for other objects to reference. In the tool, an Multistate Value may be created as part of an SAB device to provide a multistate data points from that device (for example, Fan Speed Override from the Network Sensor) or a multistate data value sent to that device (for example, Fan Speed Status and Occupancy Status for the Network Sensor).

For more information on the Multistate Value object, see Multistate Value Attributes and Multistate Value Commands.