The Status Screens
8.3. The Plug Group Status Screen
The Plug Group Status screen shows the configuration details and On/Off status for the
RSM-8R4's user-defined Plug Groups.
• When the Plug Group Status Screen is viewed by an account with
Administrator or SuperUser command access, all RSM-8R4 plugs and plug
groups are listed. When the Plug Status Screen is viewed by an account with
User or ViewOnly command access, then the screen will list only the plugs
and plug groups that are allowed by that account.
• The procedure for defining parameters for individual plugs is described
in Section 5.7. The procedure for defining Plug Groups is described in
• In order to display the Plug Group Status screen, you must first define at least
one Plug Group as described in Section 5.6.
To view the Plug Group Status Screen, access the RSM-8R4 command mode and then
proceed as follows:
• Text Interface: Type /SG and press [Enter].
• Web Browser Interface: Click on the "Plug Group Status" link on the left hand side
of the screen. The RSM-8R4 will display a screen that lists all currently defined Plug
Groups. Click the check box(es) next to the Plug Group(s) that you want to review,
and then click on the "Get Plug Group Status" button.
The Plug Group Status Screen lists the following parameters for each Plug Group:
• Group Name: The user-defined name for each Plug Group.
• Unit: This field will read "Local" if the outlet is located on your local RSM-8R4 unit,
or "Remote", if the outlet is located on an optional, remote AUX RSM-8R4 unit.
• Plug: The alphanumeric number of each switched outlet in the Plug Group.
• Plug Name: The User Defined name for each switched outlet in the Plug Group.
• Default: The Default On/Off value for each switched outlet in the Plug Group.
• Boot Seq. Delay: The user-defined Boot/Sequence Delay for each switched outlet
in the Plug Group.
• Status: The On/Off status of each switched outlet in the Plug Group. If the Status
column includes an asterisk, this means that this outlet is busy completing another
command, that was previously invoked, either by you or another user.