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Command Reference Guide
/ON Switch Circuit(s) ON
Switches selected circuits(s) or Circuit Group(s) On, as described in Section 5.3. When
the /ON command is used to switch more than one circuit, Boot/Sequence Delay Period
will be applied as described in Section 6.6.
Notes:
• WhenthiscommandisinvokedinAdministratorModeorSuperUserMode,it
canbeappliedtoallRPCcircuitsandCircuitGroups.Whenthiscommand
isinvokedinUserMode,itcanonlybeappliedtothecircuitsand/orCircuit
Groupsthathavebeenenabledfortheaccount.
• Whenthe/BOOTcommandisusedtorebootmorethanoneplug,theBoot/
SequenceDelayPeriodswillbeappliedasdescribedinSection6.6.
Availability: Administrator, SuperUser, User
Format: /ON <s>[,Y] [Enter]
Where:
s The number or name of the circuit(s) or Circuit Group(s) that you intend to
Switch On. To apply the command to several circuits, enter a plus sign (+)
between each circuit number. To apply the command to a range of
circuits, enter the numbers for the first and last circuits in the range,
separated by a colon character (:). To apply the command to all circuits
allowed by your account, enter an asterisk character (*).
,Y (Optional) Suppresses the command confirmation prompt.
Example:
Assume that your account allows access to Circuit A2 and Circuit A3. To switch Circuits
A2 and A3 On, without displaying the optional command confirmation prompt, invoke
following command line:
/ON A2+A3,Y [Enter]
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