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Verasys Alarms Summary Technical Bulletin

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Data from smart equipment controllers automatically appear on the Verasys Smart Building Hub (SBH) user interface. Everything from the view definition that defines how to structure the menu when connecting the SBH to the trends, schedules, and alarms are defined by the controller. This document contains a summary of all the possible alarms for each Verasys-compatible controller.

Alarms come in three major categories, Critical, Service Priority and Service:
  • Critical alarms are the most important and require immediate attention. They indicate a major system problem and can cause a system shutdown. An example of this would be a rooftop unit (RTU) locking out and and not starting from excessive low pressure switch trips.
  • Service Priority alarms indicate system issues that may be able to operate until service can be scheduled.Observe these on a priority basis.
  • Service alarms provide generic information that is not urgent. Solve the issue on the next scheduled maintenance.