Multistate Output Commands - Metasys - LIT-1201793 - Software Application - Site Management Portal - 12.0.50

Metasys Site Management Portal Help

Brand
Metasys
Product name
Site Management Portal
Document type
User Guide
Document number
LIT-1201793
Version
12.0.50
Revision date
2023-06-02
Language
English

The table below lists the commands supported by the Multistate Output Object.

Table 1. Multistate Output Object Commands

Command Name

Parameters

Description

Disable Alarms

None

Enable Alarms

None

In Service

None

Note: For BACnet objects, support of this command is dependent on the ability to write the Out Of Service attribute.

Operator Override

The value to be written to the Present Value attribute.

Out of Service

None

For BACnet objects, support of this command depends on the ability to write the Out Of Service attribute.

Release Operator Override

None

Release

  1. Attribute name
  2. Command priority

Release All

Attribute name

Important: The Release All command may not cause an immediate return to automatic operation. The Release All command clears all command priorities, including those that come from applications and features. When this release happens, the output point goes to its Relinquish Default condition. In some cases, the application or feature may have sent a command that does not match Relinquish Default. In this instance, the output point does not end in the state that the applications or features intended. This situation can cause unexpected operation to occur; for example, a space might overcool or overheat, a fan might run longer than expected, and so on. If an operator has overridden an input, use the Release Operator Override command.

State0 … StateN

None

Important: Be aware that an operator state command releases the actions of any processes running to the object in the NxE or FEC controllers that use Priorities 9 through 16. Consider this behavior when creating control strategies.

If Local Control is True, this command is rejected.

Temporary Override

The value to be written to the Present Value attribute, in addition to the duration of the override in hours and minutes.

Overrides a point temporarily for a specified period of time. After the specified time period passes, the Override is automatically released.

Note: For the Override Release, Release, and Release All commands, if all Command Priorities have been released and a Relinquish Default is not defined, the supervisory controller gives control over to the actual hardware.