Global Sequencer Set Interstage Timing - Johnson Controls - Metasys - LIT-12011147 - Software Application - Controller Configuration Tool - 13.1

Controller Tool Help

Brand
Johnson Controls
Metasys
Product name
Controller Configuration Tool
Document type
User Guide
Document number
LIT-12011147
Version
13.1
Revision date
2019-12-04
Language
English

This screen appears if you have set Interstage Timing Method to Interstage. See Global Sequencer for more information.

Table 1. Attributes Set Interstage Timing
Name Description Mode
First Set On Delay This float attribute provides the time to wait when the first stage up is started before starting the next set. SP, SQ, ER, BC, ES
Interstage Off Delay n This attribute defines the minimum time interval that must elapse between the sequential deactivation of multiple Sequencer stages unless the Instant Shutdown value is True or the primitive is disabled. The associated timer starts immediately after a stage down event.

This attribute is available when you select Inter-stage.

SP, SQ, ER, BC, ES
Interstage On Delay n This attribute defines the minimum time interval that must elapse between the sequential activation of multiple Sequencer stages. The associated timer starts immediately after a stage up event.

This attribute is available when you select Inter-stage.

SP, SQ, ER, BC, ES
Min Off Time n This is the minimum time that an output must remain off before it can be reactivated to an on condition following deactivation. As such, a separate timer is established for each device output upon being deactivated. Until the time interval expires, the output is blocked from being reactivated unless Rotate Now has transitioned from False to True. SP, SQ, ER, BC, ES
Min On Time n This is the minimum time interval that an output must remain on before it can be deactivated to an off condition following activation. As such, a separate timer is established for each device output upon being activated. Until the time interval expires, the output is blocked from being deactivated unless the Instant Shutdown value is True, the primitive is disabled, or Rotate Now has transitioned from False to True. SP, SQ, ER, BC, ES
1 SP = Step, SQ = Sequential, ER = Equal Runtime, BC = Binary Code, ES = Equal Startup