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Controller Tool Help

Product name
Controller Configuration Tool
Document type
User Guide
Document number
LIT-12011147
Version
15.0
Revision date
2022-11-18

Many objects have BACnet commands (for example, the system object) associated with them. The commands in the tool have different priority levels. Use Table 1 as a reference to understand these command priority levels. The priority level command conventions appear from highest priority to lowest priority. The default priority level is 16.

Table 1. Priority Levels

Priority Level

Description

1

Manual life safety - high priority

2

Automatic life safety - high priority

3

Priority 3 - user defined - high priority

4

Priority 4 - user defined - high priority

5

Critical equipment control - high priority

6

Minimum on/off

7

Heavy equipment delay

8

Operator override (manual operator)

9

Priority 9 - user defined

10

Priority 10 - user defined

11

Priority 11 - user defined

12

Priority 12 - user defined

13

Priority 13 - user defined

14

Priority 14 - user defined

15

Scheduling

16

Default

0

No priority
Note: No priority (0) appears as a blank in the tool software.

To use a different priority level, you need to perform an operator override command on the Supervisory Controller. For more information on how to perform an operation override command, see the Supervisory Controller documentation.