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== Command syntax ==
 
== Command syntax ==

Latest revision as of 16:27, 4 June 2020

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The IND (INDication) or GIND action are used in the Event Handler for sending commands to a station or a group of stations. The following stations are supporting the IND command:

  • IP Flush Master and CRM V: Control the LED's in the DAK keys
  • CRM IV: Control the LED's in the DAK keys, the internal buzzer or relay, and the backlight of the display
  • DualDisplay station: Control the video-state of the DAK-display
  • Priscom station: Control the outputs used for lamps, cell light, call LED and spare output
  • IP-ARIO: Control the Error LED and the Radio LED
  • IP Substation: Control relay and spare output
  • Turbine station: Control relay and the 6 additional outputs
  • ECPIR-3P and EBMDR-8 module
Note icon Note: Using the IND command also triggers a ST_STATE message on the OPC port; it is advisable to add two PAUSE commands before the IND command, especially when the event trigger is event 7, 8 or 44, When Change To OFF


Command syntax

IND command:

IND <station phys.no> <output> <LED no/buzzer> <Ind-type> [state]


Example: On station 2, key 23, turn green led, fast flashing, ON

IND 2 23 2 3 ON


GIND command:

GIND <group ind> <output> <LED no/buzzer> <Ind-type> [state]


<group ind> is the AlphaCom group index number 1-250. (Not the group directory number)

There must be a space between the command parameters.

Parameter description:

Station/Parameter phys. number output LED no/buzzer IND-type [state]
CRM V and IP Flush Master (8024) 1 - 552 1-100 = DAK-key number 1 = Red LED

2 = Green LED

1 = continuous (low priority)

2 = slow flash (medium priority)
3 = fast flash (high priority)

ON or OFF
IP Substation (8022) 1 - 552 1 = Relay
2 = Spare output
Always "1"
1 = continuous (low priority)

2 = slow flash (medium priority)
3 = fast flash (high priority)

ON or OFF
Turbine station 1 - 552 17 = Relay
11-16 = Spare outputs
See note below!
Always "1"
1 = continuous (low priority)

2 = slow flash (medium priority)
3 = fast flash (high priority)

ON or OFF
IP-LCM 1 - 552 17 = Relay
11-16 = Spare outputs
27-34 = external relays
See note below!
Always "1"
1 = continuous (low priority)

2 = slow flash (medium priority)
3 = fast flash (high priority)

ON or OFF
ECPIR-3P 1 - 552 513 = Fault LED
Requires AMC 13.1.x.x
Always "1"
1 = continuous (low priority)

2 = slow flash (medium priority)
3 = fast flash (high priority)

ON or OFF
DualDisplay 1 - 552 1-100 = The DAK-key line Always "1" Video-state of the DAK-display:
0 = Normal
1 = Inverse
2 = Slow flash
3 = Fast flash
ON or OFF
IP-ARIO 1 - 552 1 = Radio LED
2 = Error LED
1 = Red LED (Radio and Error)

2 = Green LED (Radio LED only)

1 = continuous (low priority)

2 = slow flash (medium priority)
3 = fast flash (high priority)

ON or OFF
PrisCom 1 - 552 1 - 4 = Lamp outputs
5 - 6 = Spare outputs
7 = Relay (Cell light)
8 = Call LED
Always "1" 1 = continuous (low priority)

2 = slow flash (medium priority)
3 = fast flash (high priority)

ON or OFF
CRM IV 1 - 552 1-100 = DAK-key number
1023 = Buzzer
1024 = Display backlight
DAK-key:
1 = Red LED
2 = Green LED

Buzzer:

1 = Internal buzzer
2 = External buzzer (relay)

Display backlight:

1 = Backlight
DAK LED's:
1 = continuous (low priority)
2 = slow flash (medium priority)
3 = fast flash (high priority)

Buzzers:

1 = 1 bleep per 8 seconds (low priority)
2 = 1 bleep per 2 seconds (medium priority)
3 = 4 bleeps per second (high priority)
4 = continuous (alarm priority)

Display backlight:

1 = continuous
ON or OFF

The state parameter is optional. If nothing is entered in this field, the indication is switched on/off along with the event. By entering OFF, for example, you can set an indication to turn off when the event turns on.

Note icon Note on Turbine: The output numbers depend on the AMC software version.
  • AMC version 11.2.3.9 and earlier: Use IND numbers 1 - 7
  • AMC version 11.2.3.10: Outputs cannot be controlled by IND command
  • AMC version 11.2.3.11 and later: Use IND numbers 11 - 17


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