Output settings

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Name - enter custom name for the general purpose Output port as something easily understandable for improved readability and management. Output name will be displayed across Supracontrol Enterprise application, in emails and notifications. Maximum name length is 32 characters. 

Location - select a location from an existing list (locations list can be edited in Location manager). Location will be displayed across Supracontrol Enterprise application, in emails and notifications. Learn more about Locations.

Normal state label - enter normal state label to describe the Output state during normal operating conditions for improved readability and easier management. The label will be displayed across Supracontrol Enterprise application, in emails and notifications.

Alarm state label - enter alarm state label to describe the Output state during irregular operating conditions for improved readability and easier management. The label will be displayed across Supracontrol Enterprise application, in emails and notifications.

Initial state - choose the initial Output state after Controller reboot. On normal, the Output will be initially set to normal state regardless of the state before reboot; on unchanged, the Output will stay in the state it was in prior to Controller reboot.

Revert - allows for only short-term Output triggering, regardless of trigger source. After set period of time (in seconds), Output will automatically revert to normal state until another event triggers it. With revert active, the Output will never stay activated longer than the set amount of seconds at a time, as revert timer is not refreshed under any circumstances.

Suppress alarm - this option prevents unwanted alarms resulting from short-term Output activation. When checked, the device must be in alarm continuously for the set amount of time (in minutes) before the device signals an alarm. If the Output returns to OK state in the set time period, there will be no alarm and the suppression timer will be reset.

By selecting between normally open/closed options the normal Output state is set.
Preferable option depends on the Output type.

Normally open option sets the normal state to when the Output circuit is open. When the Output circuit closes, it will go into alarm state.

Normally closed option sets the normal state to when the Output circuit is closed. When the Output circuit opens, it will go into alarm state.

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