Red solid triangle on top left of the facplate - 800xA

hi all,

what is the solid red triangle on the faceplate ... i have it for some of the faceplates in the site.

I think it is related to some Parameter error ro something.

Give some more information on which particular conditions this error can occur ?


By SG on 10/16/2017 | Like (0) | Report

To which object does the Faceplate belong?
Do you use any library?
Please provide screenshot


By kinnu369 on 10/16/2017 | Like (0) | Report

its SDInReal module of SupervisionBasicLib.


By kinnu369 on 10/16/2017 | Like (0) | Report

How can I attach an image ?


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kinnu369   

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Hi,

The solid red triangle on the faceplate means the object has an active unacknowledged alarm.

Check the alarm list of the object or try, if it has, with extended faceplate of the object.

Best regards

Daniel Gil   

answered 7 months ago


 


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Have you looked in the user's guides? Hint: search for "AlarmControl".

If the object type is custom made, the alarmcontrol can likewise be customized and other rules apply. Contact the library owner for a description of rules, etc. that he/she has programmed into the alarmcontrol.

Stefan Stromqvist   

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By kinnu369 on 10/16/2017 | Like (0) | Report

He Stefan..Thanks for your reply. However, Im looking for the triangle on the top left and not right !


By Stefan Stromqvist on 10/16/2017 | Like (0) | Report

Sounds like a custom thing...

What object type / library are you using?


By kinnu369 on 10/16/2017 | Like (0) | Report

Its related to Parameter error and I want to know the cases in which it will popup?


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Here the screen shot

 SS.jpg

kinnu369   

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You must ask the person or organization behind the object type.

The faceplate framework will search the local object for graphical aspects named "AlarmControl" and "LockControl" and put them in the upper left and right corners of the faceplate.

The factory default LockControl uses the following expression to deliver image:

if $'pr::.:Global Properties Definition:ControlLockStatus'#Bit(0) && $'pr::.:Global Properties Definition:ControlLockStatus'#Bit(1) then
$'im::ResourceLibraries/Standard Symbols:Standard Symbol Resources:LockedByMe'
else if $'pr::.:Global Properties Definition:ControlLockStatus'#Bit(0) then
$'im::ResourceLibraries/Standard Symbols:Standard Symbol Resources:LockedByOther'
else if $'pr::.:Global Properties Definition:ControlLockStatus'#Bit(2) then
$'im::ResourceLibraries/Standard Symbols:Standard Symbol Resources:LockedByMe'
else if $'pr::.:Global Properties Definition:ControlLockStatus'#Bit(3) then
$'im::ResourceLibraries/Standard Symbols:Standard Symbol Resources:LockingEnabled'
else if $'pr::.:Global Properties Definition:ControlLockStatus'#Bit(4) then
$'im::ResourceLibraries/Standard Symbols:Standard Symbol Resources:LockPending'
else
$'im::ResourceLibraries/Standard Symbols:Standard Symbol Resources:LockedByMe'

I don't think any of them depicts a triangle.

Stefan Stromqvist   

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By Stefan Stromqvist on 10/16/2017 | Like (0) | Report

See later answer - the icon is indeed not at the top row.... its an ÍNDICATOR, not LockControl. Sorry.


By kinnu369 on 10/16/2017 | Like (0) | Report

That's fine...Thanks for the reply


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Right click Main Faceplate -> Override

Right click Main Faceplate again, Go to Config View -> "Indicators" tab

 

See what is present for Position 1 (Position 1 is left side of the Faceplate)

In SDInreal, Yellow "Force" symbol appears in Icons/Labels.

If you click over the yellow symbol, you can find "Red Triangle" probably in  5th Position.

 

Now try to read the expression by clicking the corresponding Expression window to have a quick check on what condition the red triangle (Icon 5) or any other icon appears.

 

Hope it will help!

SG   

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By Stefan Stromqvist on 10/16/2017 | Like (1) | Report

Yes... I must have lost my spectacles today... ;-)


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Hello,

Looks like AEclass not defined or hysteris is bigger (>exceeded the range)

Harsha.D   

answered 7 months ago


 


By kinnu369 on 10/17/2017 | Like (0) | Report

Thanks for the reply. I think that is the problem with the library itself. I observed that when only LL is enabled, Parerror variable is looking for all the other HH,H,L default levels (80,40 and 40 respectively) to enable and this should not happen. However, I have given the HH,H and LL,L to the required range i.e 0 to 1.6 to get rid of the error.


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