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petter.moller@specialelektronik.se
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Sep 24, 2014

Alarm Log behaviour on Powermatch

Hi! 

I have som questions regarding the reporting of Alarms / Fault via the API for Powermatch.

 

1. Which of the following alarms types will report cleared if they are self healed, and which do we manually have to clear  (automatic clear flag as a response) ?:

N=No Alarm, O=Open, S=Short, A=ACLoss, D=Digital
Audio Loss, I=I-Share Jumper Missing, L=Limiting, C=Clip (Input), P=Prrotection, Z = Other

 

Im referring to page 19 of the Controlspace Protocol 5.9.

 

2. Will it be possible to query specificly for non channel specific alarms such as AC-Loss, DAL ?

For example, these seems to be only as Unsolicited notifications which are not poll-able independtly (all on category 0).

 

 

 

 

 

Bose product name - PM8500

 

Country - Sweden

 

Firmware Version - 5.9

 

App Version - N/A