The override display has a menu-driven user interface, which facilitates overriding of the outputs, local configuration of inputs and outputs, and other tasks.
The main screens of the user interface are briefly described below.
The Home screen is displayed when the device is powered on. To go to the next screen, press the Enter key
For more information, see Home Screen on AS-B Servers .
For more information, see Home Screen on MP-C or IP-IO Module .
The I/O Filter screen provides an overview of the number of I/O points and enables you to filter the I/O List screen on inputs, outputs, and overriden outputs.
For more information, see I/O Filter Screen .
The I/O List screen presents the I/O points in a list. You use the screen to view an I/O point, to select an output that you want to override, or to select an I/O point to be locally configured.
For more information, see I/O List Screen .
The Output Override screen enables you to manually override an output and to remove an override for an output. The screen looks similar for the different types of outputs.
For more information, see Output Override Screen .
The I/O Configuration screen is the starting point to locally configure inputs and outputs. To make this screen appear, press and hold down Home key
For more information, see I/O Configuration Screen .