• Current alarms can be displayed in a List (default) or Tiles view.
  • One tile or one row in the list displays an active alarm or event that requires acknowledgment.

Information
Displays additional information about the alarm or event transition. For more information, see the following table.

State indicator
Indicator for the alarm state and acknowledge-required state.
State indicators

Details
If the alarm notification is from an aggregated event enrollment object, Details displays a list of the points referenced by the aggregated state information.

Click to display Faults, Aggregated information for Faults-Ext, Alarms and Unacknowledged events for the object.

Date/Time
Date and time of the alarm or event transition

Name
Name of the object in alarm.

 

The building structure hierarchy displays for alarms received from integrated data points and from Desigo data points that are not integrated.

 

Only the name of the object in alarm displays for alarms received from data points that are not integrated and from BACnet devices.

Source
Device name/Object name.

Event state
The BACnet alarm state.

Priority
Alarm or event priority.

Message
The alarm message that was defined in the alarm definition.

Acknowledged date/time
Time and date that the alarm or event was acknowledged.

Acknowledged by
User name that acknowledged the alarm or event.

Acknowledge or Reset button(Tile view only)
Only displays if a user role has been granted access to acknowledge alarms and when an acknowledgment or reset is required.

Additional alarm information

The following table outlines some of the alarm properties that are displayed when you click . The properties displayed depend on the object type.

Information dialog box.

Property

Description

alarmState

The BACnet alarm state. For example, OFFNORMAL, HIGH_LIMIT, LOW_LIMIT, FAULT.

alarmText

The alarm message that was defined in the alarm definition.

eventType

The BACnet alarm or event type. For example, OUT_OF_RANGE.

notifyType

The BACnet notification type of ALARM or EVENT.

priority

The alarm or event priority

siteRefDis

Name of the highest level of the hierarchy where the object in alarm resides.

targetRefDis

Name of the object in alarm, including the building structure hierarchy. If the object in alarm is a data point, the targetRefDis and the pointRefDis are the same.

timeStamp

Date and time of the alarm or event transition