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What does the alarm: "Unhandled Alarm" means for a powerlogic meter

If you have an alarm called "Unhandled Alarm" in Runtime for a PowerLogic meter using Powerlogic Scada 7.10 or Powerlogic Scada 7.20, this means that you have an onboard alarm active on the meter that is not defined in your PLScada device type used for this project. In some cases, the customer doesn't like to have this alarm showing in the Alarm Log, so you can go to the Time Stamped Digital Alarms and delete this alarm. This tag along with its digital timestamp digital alarm will be part of the tags added by the basic PowerLogic device drivers for CM4000, SEPAM, PM8, and Micrologic devices.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL212220 V1.0, Originally authored by RaDe on 08/01/2013, Last Edited by RaDe on 08/01/2013
Related ranges: PowerSCADA Expert 7.2, PowerLogic SCADA 7.1
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