Global Command Support - Metasys - LIT-12011942 - Software Application - ODS Server - 10.1

Metasys Open Data Server Help

Brand
Metasys
Product name
ODS Server
Document type
User Guide
Document number
LIT-12011942
Version
10.1
Revision date
2019-10-14
Language
English

The following table lists the objects that can be commanded using the global command feature, and the available commands.

Table 1. Global Command Support

Object

Commands

Accumulator Object

  • Present Value

Alarm Extensions

  • Enable
  • Disable
  • Cancel Delay Time
  • Cancel Report Delay

Analog Input Object

  • In Service
  • Out of Service
  • Temporary Out of Service
  • Enable Alarms
  • Disable Alarms

Analog Output Object

  • Release All
  • Release
  • Operator Override
  • Release Operator Override
  • Temporary Override
  • Adjust
  • Setpoint (N2 AO only)
  • Enable Alarms
  • Disable Alarms
  • In Service
  • Out of Service

Analog Value Object

  • Release All
  • Release
  • Operator Override
  • Release Operator Override
  • Temporary Override
  • Adjust
  • Change Default Value (MS/TP only)
  • Enable Alarms
  • Disable Alarms

Binary Input Object

  • In Service
  • Out of Service
  • Temporary Out of Service
  • Enable Alarms
  • Disable Alarms

Binary Output Object

  • Release All
  • Release
  • Operator Override
  • Temporary Override
  • Release Operator Override
  • In Service
  • Out of Service
  • Enable Alarms
  • Disable Alarms
  • State Commands

Binary Value Object

  • Release All
  • Release
  • Operator Override
  • Release Operator Override
  • Temporary Override
  • State Commands2
  • Change Default Value (MS/TP only)
  • Enable Alarms
  • Disable Alarms
Engine Device Object
  • Apply Staged Files
  • Cancel Staged Files
  • Archive
  • Reset Device
  • Change Audit Enabled Class Level
  • Update Flash Usage
  • Route Samples
  • Rediscover Text Strings
Global Data Sharing Object
  • Enable
  • Disable

Integration Objects

  • Analyze Field Bus
  • Clear Statistics
  • Latch Statistics
  • Sync Field Device Time(s)

Load Extensions

  • Unlock
  • Lock
  • Shed
  • Release Load
  • Comfort Override
  • Release Comfort Override
  • Enable
  • Disable

Multiple Command Object

  • Release All
  • Release
  • Operator Override
  • Release Operator Override
  • State Commands
  • Enable
  • Disable

Multistate Input Object

  • In Service
  • Out of Service
  • Temporary Out of Service
  • Enable Alarms
  • Disable Alarms

Multistate Output Object

  • Release All
  • Release
  • Operator Override
  • Release Operator Override
  • Temporary Override
  • State Commands4
  • Enable Alarms
  • Disable Alarms

Multistate Value Object

  • Release All
  • Release
  • Operator Override
  • Release Operator Override
  • Temporary Override
  • State Commands4 MSV Mapper (MS/TP FEC MSV only):
  • Set State Command
  • Change Default Value
  • Enable Alarms
  • Disable Alarms

Optimal Start Object

  • Enable
  • Disable

Schedule Object

  • Enable
  • Disable

Trend Extensions

  • Clear
  • Execute
  • Enable
  • Disable
  • Route

Totalization Extensions

  • Reset
  • Enable
  • Disable
1 You must select and command similar object types. For example, you cannot send a command to both alarm extensions and trend extensions at once. You need to command the alarm extensions and trend extensions separately.
2 For binary objects, state commands display as the generic State0 and State1 commands if the States Text attribute is different. If the States Text attribute is the same, then the specific states text is used (for example, On or Off).
3 Integrations include Field Bus, XL5K, N2 Trunk, VND, Wireless Supervisor, BACnet, and N1 Migration.
4 For multistate objects, state commands display as the generic State0 and State1 commands if the States Text attribute is different. If the States Text attribute is the same, then the specific states text is used (for example, On, Off, or Auto). In addition, you can command multistate items together only when the number of states matches.
5 This works only for schedules in the NxE, not the FAC.