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a) 8. Switch if Level: Specifies the signal level that will
trigger the switch/notify routine. The user may select
Level 1 (High; above 2.0 volts) or Level 0 (Low; below
0.4 volts). For example, if Level 1 is selected, the
switch/notify routine will be initiated when the signal
at the AUX port remains high for the specified "Delay
Period".
b) 9. Switch To Position: Selects the A/B path that will
be automatically selected when the signal reaches the
defined critical level.
c) 10. Delay Period: Defines the length of time for
which the signal must remain high or low in order to
initiate the switch/notify routine.
d) 11. Return: Allows the user to determine whether or
not the switch will return to the default A/B position if
the signal level returns to a non-critical level after the
Delay Period.
Note:
In order for the Return option to function, the user-
defined Default A/B Position must be different from
the "Switch to Position" (item 9). If the Default A/B
Position is the same as the "Switch to Position", the
Return option will have no effect.
e) 12. Circuits to Switch: Determines which Circuit
Module(s) will be switched when the signal reaches the
defined critical level. The user may specify from zero
to 16 Circuit Modules. Circuit Modules must be
specified by number, rather than by defined name.
f) 13. Audible Alarm: Enables/Disables the external
alarm feature. When enabled, AUX Port Pin 3 will go
high (+5 volts) when the signal reaches the defined
critical level. This option also activates the ALM
indicator.
g) 14. Send Notify Msg.: Enables/Disables the Notify
Message option. When enabled, the Notify Message
(and if selected, Location I.D. and Circuit Number) will
be sent out the RS232 Port and AUX Port Pin 2 when
the switch/notify routine is activated.
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