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 Posted: Thursday Jan 3rd, 2013 12:56 pm
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i have connected the i/p with current sensor , But How to detect o/p status on event log?



 Posted: Thursday Jan 3rd, 2013 07:19 pm
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I think 'Output Status' is not an Eventlog trigger event. See the Protocol Documentation for all events written to the log.

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 Posted: Friday Jan 4th, 2013 02:06 am
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Correct, the event log is meant for security events only, not for automation

However ULT firmware version 7 has a new action Save to event log (need Comfigurator 3.6.2) in Response Wizard > Misc

This action has a parameter 0 to 255
so you can add an action Save to EventLog 1 to the outputN Response

The Event log will show the event recorded with the output or any other action

This is good for troubleshooting purposes



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Ident,

Can you please send me the command format for this new feature, I couldn't find it in the latest protocol documentation.

Also, from which firmware version will this be supported?

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This is not a change in protocol, it is a new action code and so is found in the Action Codes Reference http://www.cytech.biz/product_details.php?item_id=147

Those with a gmail email account, can get access to the Cytech Resources folder which contains the updated manuals, documentation, software etc



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This action is supported in ULT 7.005



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thanks for reply ,

can i delete event log ? or adjust the time that i want to be saved ?



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You can delete event log using keypad, Engineer Menu 5 for event log, 0 to erase Event log

The time stamp in the Event Log is based on the system time

You can adjust that using Program Menu 2 for date and time, or by Comfigurator  Transfer Menu



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I make "code=34,param=0"  for detecting o/p status OFF
And "code=34,param=1"  for detecting o/p status ON

my question is : how can i rename the text appars on event log (unknown event) to as example (light on) ??

Attachment: event log.JPG (Downloaded 35 times)



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Copy the attached file eventlog.cfgx into your comfigurator\config folder

This will cause the event log to show "Custom Event # 0" or other event number instead of Unknown event, 34

Custom Event means it is a custom event with parameter 0 to 255

You will have to know what each parameter stands for in the event log, as this is a method of troubleshooting events triggered by Comfort

The new Comfigurator 3.6.3 will include the event eventlog.cfgx file


Attachment: eventlog.cfgx (Downloaded 12 times)



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