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User Interface

The Status LED on the front of the automation devices changes color and flashes to indicate the status of the device.

User Interface

There are several LEDs on the front panel of an AS-P server.

User Interface

There are five LEDs on the front panel of the AS-B server.

How to

You perform the following steps to power up an AS-B server.

How to

You create and configure the XLSX template to get a spreadsheet that suits your needs.

How to

To be able to access an external site when your internet access setup is going through a proxy server, the connection to the proxy server must be configured in the SOAP Web Service interface or the Simple XML Web Service interface.

How to

You can separate request parameters from the Service URL if you want to bind a variable to the request parameter.

Concept

Notifications are used for notifying users or user groups that a certain alarm or other event, such as a schedule or an application condition, has occurred in the system. ​The notification contains a prewritten message that can be displayed as a popup message, sent as an email, sent to an SNMP manager, or written to a text file.

Concept

Automation server backups contain a checksum used to validate the backup when restoring. The validation is done to avoid that the backup has been tampered with.

Concept

This manual is intended for use by qualified, authorized engineers and technicians who are responsible for meeting a UL 864 project specification. The specification, created by the smoke control system designer, should have already considered the selected mechanical equipment design. Proper duct sizing and layout, motor/blower selection, and damper selection must be completed by the smoke control system designer to provide the planned smoke control pressurization under all possible expected environmental (for example, wind and weather) and building (such as door, elevator hoistway, leakage, system response, stairwell, and occupied mode) conditions.