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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Configuring Dry Contact Services

Configuring Dry Contact Services

The typical scenarios of dry contact signals include local termination, transmission, and combination functions. The three functions can be combined based on the networking plan.

Configuring Dry Contact Signal Transmission

In some networks of enterprise application scenarios, dry contact signals need to be transmitted to another place to facilitate the management of the dry contact signals.

Networking Diagram

This section describes the networking of NEs.

Figure 1 shows the networking diagram of dry contact signal transmission. Dry contact signals 1 to 6 are received from ports on the panels of DIO boards, and are transmitted to NE1.

The signal flow of dry contact signal transmission is as follows:
  • Dry contact signals 1 to 6 are received from ports on the front panels of DIO boards on NE2, NE3, and NE4, and are output at the system-side interface.
  • Dry contact services are cross-connected to an SDH network through line boards, and are transmitted from NE2, NE3, and NE4 to NE1.
  • The dry contact signals are dropped from an SDH network to the DIO board through line boards and service cross-connections.
  • The six dry contact signals are output at different output ports on the front panel of the DIO board on NE1.
Figure 2-42  Dry contact signal transmission

NOTE:
The following uses OptiX OSN 580 as an example to describe the configuration. Procedures for configuring services on other products are similar. The only difference lies in that corresponding boards may be housed in different slots on different devices. For details about valid slots of these boards, see the Hardware Description of a particular product.
Signal Flow and Timeslot Allocation

This section describes the parameters required for configuring dry contact signal transmission.

One or more dry contact signals are received by a DIO board and transmitted to a remote NE through an SDH network, achieving remote control over the dry contact signals.

  • Configuration parameters of the E1 transmission mode.

    To transmit 14 dry contact signals in the upstream direction, set the E1 transmission mode. To aggregate 14 dry contact signals into the first E1 channel for upstream transmission, set the 64K mode. In this example, E1 Mode is set.

    Table 2-96  E1 transmission mode

    Operation Object

    E1 Up Mode

    5-DIO

    E1 Mode

  • The following lists the input and output parameters of dry contact services on NE2, NE3, and NE4. The configuration parameters of NE2, NE3, and NE4 are the same.
    Table 2-97  Configuration parameters of dry contact services (NE2-NE4)

    Parameter

    Input Relay

    Output Relay

    Operation Object

    5-DIO-CSK-1 5-DIO-CSK-2 5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_65) 5-DIO-66(SDH_TU_66)

    Path Name

    CSK-1 CSK-2 - -

    Word Mode

    Mux Mux Mux Mux

    Force Output State

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Polarity

    Alarm Close Alarm Close Invalid Invalid

    Link Fail Default Status

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Alarm Severity

    Invalid Invalid - -
  • The following lists the intra-board cross-connection configuration parameters of DIO boards for dry contact services on NE2, NE3, and NE4. The input and output ports on a DIO board correspond to each other, and are connected through internal cross-connections.
    Table 2-98  Configuration parameters of intra-board cross-connections (NE2-NE4)

    Output Ports

    Input Ports

    5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_65)

    CSK-1

    5-DIO-66(SDH_TU_66)

    CSK-2

  • The following lists SDH service parameters. The dry contact services are transmitted over an SDH network through the cross-connections to line boards.
    Table 2-99  SDH service parameters

    Parameter

    NE1

    NE2

    NE3

    NE4

    Level

    VC12

    VC12

    VC12

    VC12

    VC12

    VC12

    Direction

    Unidirectional

    Unidirectional

    Unidirectional

    Unidirectional

    Unidirectional

    Unidirectional

    Source Slot

    4-SL1Q-1(SDH-1)

    4-SL1Q-2(SDH-2)

    4-SL1Q-3(SDH-3)

    5-DIO

    5-DIO

    5-DIO

    Source VC4

    VC4-1

    VC4-1

    VC4-1

    -

    -

    -

    Source Timeslot Range (e.g. 1, 3-6)

    1-2

    1-2

    1-2

    65-66

    65-66

    65-66

    Sink Slot

    5-DIO

    5-DIO

    6-DIO

    4-SL1Q-1(SDH-1)

    4-SL1Q-1(SDH-1)

    4-SL1Q-1(SDH-1)

    Sink VC4

    -

    -

    -

    VC4-1

    VC4-1

    VC4-1

    Sink Timeslot Range (e.g. 1, 3-6)

    65-66

    67-68

    65-66

    1-2

    1-2

    1-2

  • The following lists the input and output parameters of dry contact services on NE1.
    Table 2-100  Configuration parameters of inputting dry contact services (NE1)

    Parameter

    Input Relay

    Operation Object

    5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_65) 5-DIO-66(SDH_TU_66) 5-DIO-67(SDH_TU_67) 5-DIO-68(SDH_TU_68) 6-DIO-65(SDH_TU_65) 6-DIO-66(SDH_TU_66)

    Path Name

    - - - - - -

    Word Mode

    Mux Mux Mux Mux Mux Mux

    Force Output State

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Polarity

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Link Fail Default Status

    Hold Hold Hold Hold Hold Hold

    Alarm Severity

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid
    Table 2-101  Configuration parameters of outputting dry contact services (NE1)

    Parameter

    Output Relay

    Operation Object

    5-DIO-CSK-11 5-DIO-CSK-12 5-DIO-CSK-13 5-DIO-CSK-14 6-DIO-CSK-11 6-DIO-CSK-12

    Path Name

    OUT_CSK-11 OUT_CSK-12 OUT_CSK-13 OUT_CSK-14 OUT_CSK-11 OUT_CSK-12

    Word Mode

    Mux Mux Mux Mux Mux Mux

    Force Output State

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Polarity

    Alarm Close Alarm Close Alarm Close Alarm Close Alarm Close Alarm Close

    Link Fail Default Status

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid
  • The following lists the intra-board cross-connection configuration parameters of DIO boards for dry contact services on NE1. The input and output ports on a DIO board correspond to each other, and are connected through internal cross-connections.
    Table 2-102  Configuration parameters of intra-board cross-connections (NE1)

    Output Ports

    Input Ports

    5-DIO-CSK-11

    DIO-65

    5-DIO-CSK-12

    DIO-66

    5-DIO-CSK-13

    DIO-67

    5-DIO-CSK-14

    DIO-68

    6-DIO-CSK-11

    DIO-65

    6-DIO-CSK-12

    DIO-66

Configuration Procedure

This section describes the procedure for configuring dry contact signal transmission.

Prerequisites

Procedure

  1. Configure the E1 transmission mode of a board.
    1. In the NE Explorer of NE2, select the desired DIO board, and choose Configuration > Environment Monitoring Configuration > Environment Monitoring Configuration from the Function Tree. On the Basic Attributes tab page, set the E1 transmission mode to E1 Mode and click Apply.

  2. Configure dry contact signal transmission.
    1. Switch to the Input Relay tab page. In the Input Relay window, set the required parameters and click Apply. Table 1 lists the configuration parameters.

    2. Switch to the Output Relay tab page, set the parameters related to the output port, and click Apply. Table 1 lists the configuration parameters.

    Table 2-103  Configuration parameters of dry contact services (NE2-NE4)

    Parameter

    Input Relay

    Output Relay

    Operation Object

    5-DIO-CSK-1 5-DIO-CSK-2 5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_65) 5-DIO-66(SDH_TU_66)

    Path Name

    CSK-1 CSK-2 - -

    Word Mode

    Mux Mux Mux Mux

    Force Output State

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Polarity

    Alarm Close Alarm Close Invalid Invalid

    Link Fail Default Status

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Alarm Severity

    Invalid Invalid - -

  3. The input and output ports on a DIO board correspond to each other, and are connected through internal cross-connections.
    1. In the NE Explorer of NE2, select the 5-DIO board and choose Configuration > Environment Monitoring Configuration > Relay Mux Configuration from the Function Tree. Click the Input Ports text box of the output port, and then click the icon. In the Relay Mux Configuration dialog box that is displayed, select the corresponding input port, click OK, and then click Apply.


    Set the parameters as follows:

    Output Ports

    Input Ports

    5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_65)

    CSK-1

    5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_66)

    CSK-2

  4. Configure the cross-connection between the dry connect service and an SDH link.
    1. In the NE Explorer, select NE2 and choose Configuration > SDH/PDH Service Management from the Function Tree. In the lower-part of the page, click Create.
    2. In the Create SDH/PDH Service window that is displayed, set parameters, as shown in Table 2. Then, click Apply.

    Table 2-104  SDH service parameters (NE2-NE4)

    Parameter

    Value in This Example

    Level

    VC12

    Direction

    Unidirectional

    Source Slot

    5-DIO

    Source VC4

    -

    Source Timeslot Range (e.g. 1, 3-6)

    65-66

    Sink Slot

    4-SL1Q-1(SDH-1)

    Sink VC4

    VC4-1

    Sink Timeslot Range (e.g. 1, 3-6)

    1-2

  5. On NE3 and NE4, configure dry contact signal transmission and transmit the dry contact signals to the SDH network through cross-connections with reference to 1 to 4.
  6. On NE1, configure the cross-connection between the dry contact service and an SDH link with reference to Table 3. For details about the operation method, see 4.

    Table 2-105  SDH service parameters (NE1)

    Parameter

    Value in This Example

    Level

    VC12

    VC12

    VC12

    Direction

    Unidirectional

    Unidirectional

    Unidirectional

    Source Slot

    4-SL1Q-1(SDH-1)

    4-SL1Q-2(SDH-2)

    4-SL1Q-3(SDH-3)

    Source VC4

    VC4-1

    VC4-1

    VC4-1

    Source Timeslot Range (e.g. 1, 3-6)

    1-2

    1-2

    1-2

    Sink Slot

    5-DIO

    5-DIO

    6-DIO

    Sink VC4

    -

    -

    -

    Sink Timeslot Range (e.g. 1, 3-6)

    65-66

    67-68

    65-66

  7. On NE1, configure the E1 transmission mode and the input and output relay parameters of dry connect services with reference to 1 and 2. Table 4 and Table 5 list the configuration parameters. Each DIO board supports ten inputs and four outputs, and six outputs require two DIO boards.

    Table 2-106  Configuration parameters of inputting dry contact services (NE1)

    Parameter

    Input Relay

    Operation Object

    5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_65) 5-DIO-66(SDH_TU_66) 5-DIO-67(SDH_TU_67) 5-DIO-68(SDH_TU_68) 6-DIO-65(SDH_TU_65) 6-DIO-66(SDH_TU_66)

    Path Name

    - - - - - -

    Word Mode

    Mux Mux Mux Mux Mux Mux

    Force Output State

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Polarity

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Output State

    Hold Hold Hold Hold Hold Hold

    Alarm Severity

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid
    Table 2-107  Configuration parameters of outputting dry contact services (NE1)

    Parameter

    Output Relay

    Operation Object

    5-DIO-CSK-11 5-DIO-CSK-12 5-DIO-CSK-13 5-DIO-CSK-14 6-DIO-CSK-11 6-DIO-CSK-12

    Path Name

    OUT_CSK-11 OUT_CSK-12 OUT_CSK-13 OUT_CSK-14 OUT_CSK-11 OUT_CSK-12

    Word Mode

    Mux Mux Mux Mux Mux Mux

    Force Output State

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Polarity

    Alarm Close Alarm Close Alarm Close Alarm Close Alarm Close Alarm Close

    Link Fail Default Status

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid

  8. Configure internal cross-connections for ports on two DIO boards respectively with reference to 3.

    Set the parameters as follows:

    Output Ports

    Input Ports

    5-DIO-CSK-11

    DIO-65

    5-DIO-CSK-12

    DIO-66

    5-DIO-CSK-13

    DIO-67

    5-DIO-CSK-14

    DIO-68

    6-DIO-CSK-11

    DIO-65

    6-DIO-CSK-12

    DIO-66

Configuring Dry Contact Signal Combination

In some networks of enterprise application scenarios, multiple dry contact signals need to be combined to facilitate transmission and control.

Networking Diagram

This section describes the networking of NEs.

Figure 1 shows the networking diagram of dry contact signal combination. Multiple dry contact signals are input from multiple ports, and are combined into one output signal by a DIO board.

The signal flow of dry contact signal combination is as follows:
  • On each of NE2, NE3, and NE4, two dry contact signals are received from the front panel of a DIO board, and are combined and output from the system side.
  • Dry contact services are cross-connected to an SDH network through line boards, and are transmitted from NE2, NE3, and NE4 to NE1.
  • The dry contact signals are dropped from an SDH network to the DIO board through line boards and service cross-connections.
  • The three dry contact signals are combined on NE1 and then output through one output port on the front panel of the DIO board.
Figure 2-43  Dry contact signal combination

NOTE:
The following uses OptiX OSN 580 as an example to describe the configuration. Procedures for configuring services on other products are similar. The only difference lies in that corresponding boards may be housed in different slots on different devices. For details about valid slots of these boards, see the Hardware Description of a particular product.
Signal Flow and Timeslot Allocation

This section describes the parameters required for configuring dry contact signal combination.

  • Configuration parameters of the E1 transmission mode.

    To transmit 14 dry contact signals in the upstream direction, set the E1 transmission mode. To aggregate 14 dry contact signals into the first E1 channel for upstream transmission, set the 64K mode. In this example, E1 Mode is set.

    Table 2-108  E1 transmission mode

    Operation Object

    E1 Up Mode

    5-DIO

    E1 Mode

  • The following lists the input and output parameters of dry contact services on NE2, NE3, and NE4. The configuration parameters of NE2, NE3, and NE4 are the same.
    Table 2-109  Configuration parameters of dry contact services (NE2-NE4)

    Parameter

    Input Relay

    Output Relay

    Operation Object

    5-DIO-CSK-1 5-DIO-CSK-2 5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_65)

    Path Name

    CSK-1 CSK-2 -

    Word Mode

    Mux Mux Mux

    Force Output State

    Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Polarity

    Alarm Close Alarm Close Invalid

    Link Fail Default Status

    Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Alarm Severity

    Invalid Invalid -
  • The following lists the configuration parameters for combining two dry contact services on NE2, NE3, and NE4.
    Table 2-110  Configuration parameters for combining two dry contact services (NE2-NE4)

    Parameter

    Value in This Example

    Output Ports

    5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_65)

    Input Ports

    CSK-1, CSK-2
    NOTE:
    In the configuration of combining dry contact services, the values of Output Ports and Input Ports are the ports whose working mode is set to Mux.
  • The following lists SDH service parameters. The dry contact services are transmitted over an SDH network through the cross-connections to line boards.
    Table 2-111  SDH service parameters

    Parameter

    NE1

    NE2

    NE3

    NE4

    Level

    VC12

    VC12

    VC12

    VC12

    VC12

    VC12

    Direction

    Unidirectional

    Unidirectional

    Unidirectional

    Unidirectional

    Unidirectional

    Unidirectional

    Source Slot

    4-SL1Q-1(SDH-1)

    4-SL1Q-2(SDH-2)

    4-SL1Q-3(SDH-3)

    5-DIO

    5-DIO

    5-DIO

    Source VC4

    VC4-1

    VC4-1

    VC4-1

    -

    -

    -

    Source Timeslot Range (e.g. 1, 3-6)

    1

    1

    1

    65

    65

    65

    Sink Slot

    5-DIO

    5-DIO

    5-DIO

    4-SL1Q-1(SDH-1)

    4-SL1Q-1(SDH-1)

    4-SL1Q-1(SDH-1)

    Sink VC4

    -

    -

    -

    VC4-1

    VC4-1

    VC4-1

    Sink Timeslot Range (e.g. 1, 3-6)

    65

    66

    67

    1

    1

    1

  • The following lists the configuration parameters of dry contact services on NE1.
    Table 2-112  Configuration parameters of dry contact services (NE1)

    Parameter

    Input Relay

    Output Relay

    Operation Object

    5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_65) 5-DIO-66(SDH_TU_66) 5-DIO-67(SDH_TU_67) 5-DIO-CSK-11

    Path Name

    - - - OUT_CSK-11

    Word Mode

    Mux Mux Mux Mux

    Force Output State

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Polarity

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Alarm Close

    Link Fail Default Status

    Hold Hold Hold Invalid

    Alarm Severity

    Invalid Invalid Invalid -
  • The following lists the configuration parameters for combining three dry contact services for the output on NE1.
    Table 2-113  Configuration parameters for combining dry contact services (NE1)

    Parameter

    Value in This Example

    Output Ports

    5-DIO-CSK-11

    Input Ports

    DIO-65, DIO-66, DIO-67
Configuration Procedure

This section describes the procedure for configuring dry contact signal combination.

Prerequisites

Procedure

  1. Configure the E1 transmission mode of a board.
    1. In the NE Explorer of NE2, select the desired DIO board, and choose Configuration > Environment Monitoring Configuration > Environment Monitoring Configuration from the Function Tree. On the Basic Attributes tab page, set the E1 transmission mode to E1 Mode and click Apply.

  2. Configure the input and output ports of dry contact signals.
    1. Switch to the Input Relay tab page. In the Input Relay window, set the required parameters and click Apply. Table 1 lists the configuration parameters.

    2. Switch to the Output Relay tab page, set the parameters related to the output port, and click Apply. Table 1 lists the configuration parameters.

    Table 2-114  Configuration parameters of dry contact services (NE2-NE4)

    Parameter

    Input Relay

    Output Relay

    Operation Object

    5-DIO-CSK-1 5-DIO-CSK-2 5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_65)

    Path Name

    CSK-1 CSK-2 -

    Word Mode

    Mux Mux Mux

    Force Output State

    Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Polarity

    Alarm Close Alarm Close Invalid

    Link Fail Default Status

    Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Alarm Severity

    Invalid Invalid -

  3. Configure dry contact signal combination.
    1. In the NE Explorer of NE2, select the 5-DIO board and choose Configuration > Environment Monitoring Configuration > Relay Mux Configuration from the Function Tree. Click the Input Ports text box of the output port, and then click the icon. In the Relay Mux Configuration dialog box that is displayed, select the corresponding input port, click OK, and then click Apply.

    Set the parameters as follows:

    Parameter

    Value in This Example

    Output Ports

    5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_65)

    Input Ports

    CSK-1, CSK-2

  4. Configure the cross-connection between the dry connect service and an SDH link.
    1. In the NE Explorer, select NE2 and choose Configuration > SDH/PDH Service Management from the Function Tree. In the lower-part of the page, click Create.
    2. In the Create SDH/PDH Service window that is displayed, set parameters, as shown in Table 2. Then, click Apply.

    Table 2-115  SDH service parameters (NE2-NE4)

    Parameter

    Value in This Example

    Level

    VC12

    Direction

    Unidirectional

    Source Slot

    5-DIO

    Source VC4

    -

    Source Timeslot Range (e.g. 1, 3-6)

    65

    Sink Slot

    4-SL1Q-1(SDH-1)

    Sink VC4

    VC4-1

    Sink Timeslot Range (e.g. 1, 3-6)

    1

  5. On NE3 and NE4, configure dry contact signal combination and transmit the combined dry contact signals to the SDH network through cross-connections with reference to steps 1 to 4.
  6. On NE1, configure SDH services with reference to Table 3. For details about the operation method, see 4.

    Table 2-116  SDH service parameters (NE1)

    Parameter

    Value in This Example

    Level

    VC12

    VC12

    VC12

    Direction

    Unidirectional

    Unidirectional

    Unidirectional

    Source Slot

    4-SL1Q-1(SDH-1)

    4-SL1Q-2(SDH-2)

    4-SL1Q-3(SDH-3)

    Source VC4

    VC4-1

    VC4-1

    VC4-1

    Source Timeslot Range (e.g. 1, 3-6)

    1

    1

    1

    Sink Slot

    5-DIO

    5-DIO

    5-DIO

    Sink VC4

    -

    -

    -

    Sink Timeslot Range (e.g. 1, 3-6)

    65

    66

    67

  7. On NE1, configure the E1 transmission mode and dry contact services with reference to 1 and 2. Table 4 lists the configuration parameters.

    Table 2-117  Configuration parameters of dry contact services (NE1)
    Parameter

    Input Relay

    Output Relay

    Operation Object

    5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_65) 5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_66) 5-DIO-65(SDH_TU_67) 5-DIO-CSK-11

    Path Name

    - - - OUT_CSK-11

    Word Mode

    Mux Mux Mux Mux

    Force Output State

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Invalid

    Polarity

    Invalid Invalid Invalid Alarm Close

    Output State

    Hold Hold Hold Invalid

    Alarm Severity

    Invalid Invalid Invalid -

  8. Combine the three dry contact services inputted to the system side of NE1 and output the combined dry contact service on the front panel side of the DIO board with reference to 3. Table 5 lists the configuration parameters.

    Table 2-118  Configuration parameters for combining dry contact services (NE1)

    Parameter

    Value in This Example

    Output Ports

    5-DIO-CSK-11

    Input Ports

    DIO-65, DIO-66, DIO-67

Configuring Local Dry Contact Signal Termination

In some networks of enterprise application scenarios, dry contact signals need to be terminated on the local NE, so that the dry contact signals are not transmitted any longer.

Networking Diagram

This section describes the networking of NEs.

Figure 1 shows the networking diagram of local dry contact signal termination. Dry contact signals 1 and 2 are received from the front panel of the DIO board and terminated locally on NE1. The signals are no longer transmitted.

Figure 2-44  Local dry contact signal termination
NOTE:
The following uses OptiX OSN 580 as an example to describe the configuration. Procedures for configuring services on other products are similar. The only difference lies in that corresponding boards may be housed in different slots on different devices. For details about valid slots of these boards, see the Hardware Description of a particular product.
Signal Flow and Timeslot Allocation

This section describes the parameters required for configuring local dry contact signal termination.

  • Configuration parameters of the E1 transmission mode.

    To transmit 14 dry contact signals in the upstream direction, set the E1 transmission mode. To aggregate 14 dry contact signals into the first E1 channel for upstream transmission, set the 64K mode. In this example, E1 Mode is set.

    Table 2-119  E1 transmission mode

    Operation Object

    E1 Up Mode

    5-DIO

    E1 Mode

  • The following lists the service parameters of local dry contact signal termination. In the case of local termination, only the input relay needs to be configured.
    Table 2-120  Configuration parameters of dry contact services

    Parameter

    Input Relay

    Operation Object

    5-DIO-CSK-1 5-DIO-CSK-2

    Path Name

    CSK-1 CSK-2

    Word Mode

    Term Term

    Force Output State

    Invalid Invalid

    Polarity

    Alarm Close Alarm Close

    Link Fail Default Status

    Invalid Invalid

    Alarm Severity

    Minor Alarm Minor Alarm
Configuration Procedure

This section describes the procedure for configuring local dry contact signal termination.

Prerequisites

Procedure

  1. Configure the E1 transmission mode of a board.
    1. In the NE Explorer of NE2, select the desired DIO board, and choose Configuration > Environment Monitoring Configuration > Environment Monitoring Configuration from the Function Tree. On the Basic Attributes tab page, set the E1 transmission mode to E1 Mode and click Apply.

  2. Set the service parameters of local dry contact signal termination. In the case of local termination, configure only the input relay.
    1. Switch to the Input Relay tab page. In the Input Relay window, set the required parameters and click Apply. Table 1 lists the configuration parameters.

    Table 2-121  Configuration parameters of local dry contact signal termination

    Parameter

    Input Relay

    Operation Object

    5-DIO-CSK-1 5-DIO-CSK-2

    Path Name

    CSK-1 CSK-2

    Word Mode

    Term Term

    Force Output State

    Invalid Invalid

    Polarity

    Alarm Close Alarm Close

    Link Fail Default Status

    Invalid Invalid

    Alarm Severity

    Minor Alarm Minor Alarm

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