Display screens under the Home, Alarms, Overrides, and Equipment Data menus share a common layout. The common areas of the screens are shown in the figure below. Each menu displays the list of points with each point's name, present value, unit, and status. Users can also see the total point count in the lower left and alarm count in the lower right of the screen.
|Name of the application or the name of the page.
|The point tile contains the point name or description, favorites indicator, status, status icon, point value, and units. For more information about the status icons, see Table 2. When you select a tile the menu displays an outline around it. The status of a tile is color coded to show if the point is overridden, out of service, offline, in warning, or in alarm.
|A Favorites icon in the upper right of a point tile indicates if the point is a favorite included on the Idle page/Home screen.
The Alarm indicator icon indicates the total number of alarms and the total number of new alarms in parentheses. If all of the new alarms are already marked as read, the Alarm indicator icon only shows the total alarm count.
|The first number represents the point or tile that you have selected. The second number represents the total number of points or tiles on this page.
When you select a point from these screens and press OK, you navigate to the Point Details screen. The Point Details screen can display information such as Present Value, Range, Status, Reliability, Alarm State, Priority, Alarm Message Text, SAB MAC Address, Override Expiration Time, Device Type, Offset, and Current Command Priority. The information shown for the point is dependent on the type of point being viewed, see Point Details for more information. From the Point Details screen you can also select the present value and press OK to initiate a command, if that point can be commanded. For more information, see Commanding points.
|Point is currently in a state of alarm after exceeding a limit set in
the user interface.
Note: Depending on the type of device that the display is attached to, the Alarm icon appears relating to the alarms, BACnet Intrinsic Alarming or JCI Alarm extensions, that the device supports. If a device such as the CGM09090 only supports BACnet Intrinsic Alarming, then the display only shows points in alarm that are configured for BACnet Intrinsic Alarming.
|Warnings - Trouble
|Point is in a state of warning after exceeding a limit set in the user
Note: The Warnings - Trouble icon only applies to JCI Alarm Extensions for the SNC.
|Point is offline.
|Point is unreliable.
|Temporary out of service
|Point is temporarily in an out of service state.
|Point is temporarily in an overridden state.