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Verasys Alarms Summary Technical Bulletin

Brand
Verasys
Product name
Verasys System
Document type
Technical Bulletin
Document number
LIT-12013648
Version
4.0
Revision date
2021-04-01
Product status
Active
Language
English

The following table shows the alarms that you can configure for different inputs.

Table 1. Verasys Sideloop Controller alarms summary

Name

(Reference name)

Alarm type Event description Availability condition

Binary Input x Mismatch Alarm

(x = 1 to 4)

User configurable

(Critical/Service Priority/Service)

Normal: This state indicates that the current state of the binary input does not match the user-defined alarm state.

Alarm: This state indicates that the current state of the binary input matches the user-defined alarm state for the duration of the alarm delay.

Alarm Priority != Disable

Analog Input x Low Alarm

(x = 5 to 9)

User configurable

(Critical/Service Priority/Service)

Normal: This state indicates that the current value of the analog input plus the differential is greater than or equal to the user-defined low limit value.

Alarm: This state indicates that the current value of the analog input is less than the user-defined low limit value.

Alarm Priority != Disable

Analog Input x High Alarm

(x = 5 to 9)

User configurable

(Critical/Service Priority/Service)

Normal: This state indicates that the current value of the analog input is less than or equal to the user-defined high limit value.

Alarm: This state indicates that the current value of the analog input is greater than the user-defined high limit value.

Alarm Priority != Disable

Analog Input x Unreliable Alarm

(x = 5 to 9)

User configurable

(Critical/Service Priority/Service)

Normal: This state indicates that the current value of the analog input is reliable.

Alarm: This state indicates that the current value of the analog input is unreliable.

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Netsensor x Temperature Low Alarm

(x = 199 to 206)

User configurable

(Critical/Service Priority/Service)

Normal: This state indicates that the current value of the SA bus temperature sensor is greater than or equal to the user-defined low limit value.

Alarm: This state indicates that the current value of the SA bus temperature sensor is less than the user-defined low limit value.

Alarm Priority != Disable

Netsensor x Humidity Low Alarm

(x = 199 to 206)

User configurable

(Critical/Service Priority/Service)

Normal: This state indicates that the current value of the SA bus humidity sensor is greater than or equal to the user-defined low limit value.

Alarm: This state indicates that the current value of the SA bus humidity sensor is less than the user-defined low limit value.

Alarm Priority != Disable

Netsensor x Temperature High Alarm

(x = 199 to 206)

User configurable

(Critical/Service Priority/Service)

Normal: This state indicates that the current value of the SA bus temperature sensor plus the differential is less than or equal to the user-defined high limit value.

Alarm: This state indicates that the current value of the SA bus temperature sensor is greater than the user-defined high limit value.

Alarm Priority != Disable

Netsensor x Humidity High Alarm

(x = 199 to 206)

User configurable

(Critical/Service Priority/Service)

Normal: This state indicates that the current value of the SA bus humidity sensor is less than or equal to the user-defined high limit value.

Alarm: This state indicates that the current value of the SA bus humidity sensor is greater than the user-defined high limit value.

Alarm Priority != Disable

Netsensor x CO2 Low Alarm

(x = 199 to 206)

User configurable

(Critical/Service Priority/Service)

Normal: This state indicates that the current value of the SA bus CO2 sensor is greater than or equal to the user-defined low limit value.

Alarm: This state indicates that the current value of the SA bus CO2 sensor is less than the user-defined low limit value.

Alarm Priority != Disable

Netsensor x CO2 High Alarm

(x = 199 to 206)

User configurable

(Critical/Service Priority/Service)

Normal: This state indicates that the current value of the SA bus CO2 sensor is less than or equal to the user-defined high limit value.

Alarm: This state indicates that the current value of the SA bus CO2 sensor is greater than the user-defined high limit value.

Alarm Priority != Disable
Note: You can define an alarm delay for each alarm.