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9-2
The Status Screens
9.3. The Circuit Status Screen
The Circuit Status screen shows the On/Off status of the RPC's switched circuits, and
lists user-defined Circuit Names, Boot/Sequence Delay values, and Default On/Off
settings. On RPC-40L8A4 series units, the Circuit Status Screen will also lists the status
of the Alarm Inputs.
Notes:
• WhentheCircuitStatusScreenisviewedbyan"Administrator"or"SuperUser"
levelaccount,allRPCcircuitsarelisted.WhentheCircuitStatusScreenis
viewedbya"User"or"ViewOnly"levelaccount,thescreenwilllistonlythe
circuits that are allowed by that account.
• Section6.6describestheprocedureforconfiguringthecircuitparameters
thatarelistedintheCircuitStatusScreen.
• TheAlarmInputsarenotincludedonRPC-4850seriesunits.
To display the Circuit Status Screen via the Text Interface, type /S and press [Enter].
To display the Circuit Status Screen via the Web Browser Interface, click on the "Circuit
Status" link. Note that when the /S command is invoked via the Text Interface, the
command line can also include arguments that display On/Off status for an individual
circuit, two or more specific circuits, or a range of circuits:
/S Displays configuration details and ON/Off status for all switched circuits.
/S s Displays On/Off status for an individual circuit, where s is the name or
number of the desired circuit.
/S s+s Displays On/Off status for two or more specific circuits, where s is the
number or name of each desired circuit. A plus sign (+) is entered between
each circuit number or name.
/S s:s Displays On/Off status for a range of circuits, where s is the number or
name of the circuit at the beginning and end of the range of desired circuits.
A colon (:) is entered between the two circuit numbers or names that mark
the beginning of the range and the end of the range.
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