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8-6
The Status Screens
8.4.2. The Alarm Log
The Alarm Log provides a record of all alarm events that were initiated by the Over
Temperature Alarms, the Ping-No-Answer Alarm and the Invalid Access Lockout.
To view the Alarm Log, access command mode using a password that permits
Administrator or SuperUser level commands and then proceed as follows:
Text Interface: Type /L and press [Enter]. The "Display Logs" menu will be
shown. At the Display Logs menu, type 2 and press [Enter] to display the
Alarm Log.
Web Browser Interface: Click on the "Alarm Log" link on the left hand side of the
screen.
The Alarm Log will display the following information for each logged event:
Date: The date when the alarm occurred.
Time: The time that the alarm occurred.
Trigger: The name of the alarm which was triggered.
Description: A brief description of the event that triggered the alarm.
Note: In the Text Interface, the following commands are also available:
Press [Enter] to display the next screen full of data.
Press [Esc] to exit from the log menu and return to the command prompt.
Type E and press [Enter] to erase the Alarm Log.
8.4.3. The Temperature Log
The temperature log provides a record of RSM-8R4 temperature readings, in reverse
chronological order, with the most recent events appearing at the top of the list.
To view the Temperature Log, access command mode using a password that permits
Administrator or SuperUser level commands and then proceed as follows:
Text Interface: Type /L and press [Enter]. The "Display Logs" menu will be
shown. At the Display Logs menu, type 3 and press [Enter] to display the
Temperature Log.
Web Browser Interface: Click on the "Temperature Log" link on the left hand side
of the screen.
Note: In the Text Interface, the following commands are also available:
Press [Enter] to display the next screen full of data.
Press [Esc] to exit from the log menu and return to the command prompt.
Type E and press [Enter] to erase the Temperature Log.
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