Multistate Output Attributes - Metasys - LIT-12011964 - Software Application - System Configuration Tool - 13.2

Metasys SCT: System Configuration Tool Help

Brand
Metasys
Product name
System Configuration Tool
Document type
User Guide
Document number
LIT-12011964
Version
13.2
Revision date
2020-01-21
Language
English

This object contains attributes common to many Metasys system objects. This section includes attributes of the Focus/Configuration tab, the Diagnostics tab (if applicable), and any other tab specific only to this object. See the Object and Feature Tabs section for information on the attributes that appear on the other tabs of this object (for example, the Hardware and Options tab appear on point objects).

Click the attribute name in the table for a description of the attribute.

Note: In the notes and BACnet notes columns, letters indicate the following: C - Configurable, D - Default Attribute for Display, N - Value Not Required, R - Affected by Object’s Reliability, W - Writable.
Table 1. Multistate Output Object Attributes - Focus/Configuration Tab

Attribute Name

Notes

BACnet Notes

Initial Value

Values/Options/Range

Description

Device Type

C,W

W

 

Limit: 20 characters

Heavy Equip Delay

C,W

Not supported

0

Range: 0–255 Seconds

The NAE device’s five internal Heavy Equipment Controller objects (see HED Controller) time their delays independently of one another. For example, HED 1 and HED 4 can count down their delays at the same time.

HED Controller

C,W

Not supported

 

1–5

The NAE device has five internal Heavy Equipment Controller objects for use by Binary Output and Multistate Output objects. The BO and MO objects reference the HED controller objects by number (1–5).

All BO and MO objects on an NAE share the five internal HED controller objects. For example, if BO1 and MO3 on NAE-1 reference HED controller 1, they are using the same HED controller.

Also see Heavy Equip Delay.

Intrinsic Alarming Defined

C

Not supported

False

False

True

Number of States

C,W

W

4

2–16

Out of Service

C,W

W

 

False

True

Present Value

D,R,W

D,R,W

 

States Text attribute identifies the value set for this attribute.

Priority Array

       

Reliability

   

Reliable

No Fault Detected (Reliable), Open Loop, Shorted Loop, No Output, Unreliable Other

Uses Reliability (Set 503).

State Text

   

Off Low

Med Hi

 

States Text

C,W

C,W

Off Low

Med Hi

 

States Text Error Status

   

OK

Out of Memory: Indicates that memory overrun occurred while the systems was adding custom enumeration for state text from the field device to the user dictionary.

OK: The addition of custom enumeration for state text from the field device to the user dictionary is successful, and state text from the device can be used.

Specifies the status of States Text on the supervisory device. This attribute cannot be archived or configured.

Status Flags

     

In Alarm, Fault, Overridden, Out of Service

Uses BAC Status Flags (Set 9).

In Alarm - In Alarm flag is False (0) if the Event State attribute value is Normal; otherwise, the In Alarm flag is True (1).

Fault - Fault flag is True (1) if the Reliability attribute is not reliable; otherwise, the Fault flag is False (0).

Overridden - Overridden flag is Logical 1 if the Present Value is decoupled from the hardware output because operator intervention provided a different value or local override is active.

Out of Service - Out of Service flag is True if the Out of Service attribute value is True; otherwise, the Out of Service flag is False.

Use Remote Alarming

 

B,C,W

False