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Products: Operator Display
Functionalities: Schedules
Product version: 3.3, 2022, 2023, 2024
4/24/2023

Editing a Calendar Exception Event

You edit a calendar exception event to change how the state of a value is controlled by the schedule for all dates specified in the calendar.

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An exception event occurs instead of the scheduled weekly events for a single date, date range, calculated date, or calendar.

For example, you create an exception event in March for an intense aerobics class in the gym to open an air vent to 100 % from 06:30 to 17:00 every Wednesday in March. This exception event takes precedence over the regularly scheduled weekly Wednesday events.

When scheduling exception events, you can use three exception types to provide flexibility and control in your schedule.

Single Date Exception Events

A single date exception event can occur on a single day, or you can use the options for the event to occur on more than one day. Options such as Any year and Any day provide flexibility to a single date.

For example, to schedule a single date event to take place every year on October 31, you select the following single date options:

  • Year: Any year

  • Month: October

  • Day of month: 31

  • Day of week: Any day

For more information, see Adding a Single Date Exception Event .

Date Range Exception Events

A date range exception event is an event that lasts over a period of time. In addition to a specific day of month, you can schedule daily exceptions by selecting a Start time and End time to provide the flexibility to a date range.

For example, to schedule an exception event to occur from the first day of July to the last day of August where the priority is 16, but each day from 08:00 to 17:00 the value is 15.50, select:

  • Priority: 16

  • Start date: 2021-07-01

  • End date: 2021-08-31

  • Start time: 08:00

  • End time: 17:00

  • Value: 15.50

For more information, see Adding a Date Range Exception Event .

Calculated Exception Events

A calculated date is an exception event that recurs. Other than a specific month and week, you can select Any month and Any week or Last week , to provide flexibility to a calculated date.

For example, to schedule the Monday of the first week of every month for an exception event, select the following options:

  • Month: Any month

  • Week of month: First week

  • Day of week: Monday

For more information, see Adding a Calculated Date Exception Event .

Calendar Exception Events

A calendar reference allows you to apply an exception event for all dates specified in the calendar. For example, to schedule exception events for all holidays on a calendar, you select the calendar you want to reference and the schedule will follow the holidays created in the calendar.

For more information, see Adding a Calendar Exception Event .

To edit a calendar exception event
  1. In Operator Display, on the Device List screen, tap the arrow button

     
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    to select the device with the schedule for which you want to edit a date range exception event.

  2. On the Device screen, tap the Schedules arrow button

     
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    .

  3. On the Schedules screen, tap the schedule for which you want to edit a date range exception event.

  4. On the schedule view screen, tap the exception event (blue) that you want to edit.

  5. On the Edit calendar exception screen, in the Priority box, tap + or - to edit the priority of the event.

    Note:

    1 is the highest priority and 16 is the lowest.

  6. Next to the Calendar box, tap on the pencil button

     
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    .

  7. On the Select calendar screen, tap the radio button next the calendar you want to edit.

  8. Tap OK .

  9. Select to add another start/end time and value or edit existing ones:

    • In the start/end time and value list, tap the edit exception button

       
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      on the row with the start/end time or value that you want to edit.

    • On the start/end time and value list header, tap the add time span and value button

       
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      .

  10. On the Edit exception event screen, select the event value:

    • For analog, multi-state and enumerated schedules: In the Value box, tap + or - to specify the value of the event.

    • For digital schedules: Tap Inactive or Active (Off or On).

  11. Select the time span type:

    • Tap All day to make the event span 24 hours.

    • In the From and To boxes: tap + or - to select the starting and ending times.

  12. Tap OK .

  13. On the schedule view screen, tap Save .

  • Schedule Events
  • Exception Events
  • Exception Event Priorities