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7-5
Alarm Configuration
The Load Shedding configuration menus for both the Over Temperature (Initial
Threshold) alarm and the Over Temperature (Critical Threshold) alarm offer the following
parameters:
Enable: Enables/Disables Load Shedding for the corresponding alarm. When
enabled, the RSM-8R4 will switch the user specified plugs whenever the
temperature exceeds the Alarm Set Threshold value. (Default = Disable.)
Plug State: Determines whether the selected plugs/plug groups will be switched
On or Off when Load Shedding is enabled and the temperature exceeds the user-
defined Alarm Set Threshold. For example, if the Plug State is set to "Off", then the
selected plugs/plug groups will be switched Off when the Alarm Set Threshold is
exceeded. (Default = Off.)
Auto Recovery: Enables/Disables the Auto Recovery feature. When both Load
Shedding and Auto Recovery are enabled, the RSM-8R4 will return plugs to their
former On/Off state after the temperature falls below the Alarm Clear Threshold
value. This allows the RSM-8R4 to "undo" the effects of the Load Shedding feature
after the temperature has returned to an acceptable level. (Default = Disabled.)
Plug Access: Determines which Plug(s) will be switched when the temperature
exceeds the Alarm Set Threshold and the Load Shedding feature is triggered. For
example, if plugs 1, 2 and 3 are selected, then these plugs will be switched On or
Off whenever the temperature exceeds the Alarm Set Threshold.
(Default = undefined.)
Notes:
In the Text Interface, Plug Access is configured by typing 4, pressing [Enter]
and then selecting the desired Plug(s) from the resulting submenu.
In the Web Browser Interface, Plug Access is configured by clicking on the
"plus" symbol in the "Configure Plug Access" field to display the drop down
menu, and then selecting the desired Plug(s) from the drop down menu.
Plug Group Access: Determines which Plug Group(s) will be switched when the
temperature exceeds the Alarm Set Threshold and the Load Shedding feature is
triggered. For example, if you have defined a Plug Group named "test", which
includes Plugs 2, 3 and 4, and then select the "test" Plug Group via the Plug Group
Access parameter, then all of the plugs in the "test" Plug Group will be switched
On or Off whenever the temperature exceeds the Alarm Set Threshold. (Default =
undefined.)
Notes:
In the Text Interface, Plug Group Access is configured by typing 5, pressing
[Enter] and then selecting the desired Plug Group(s) from the resulting
submenu.
In the Web Browser Interface, Plug Group Access is configured by clicking
on the "plus" symbol in the "Configure Plug Group Access" field to display
the drop down menu, and then selecting the desired Plug Group(s) from the
drop down menu.
Plug Groups must first be defined (as described in Section 5.6) before they
will be displayed in the Load Shedding menu's Plug Group Access submenu.
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