The properties of an Event Enrollment object must be configured to notify users that a specific object is in alarm. Click to open an event enrollment object's Properties. Any Event Enrollment object must include all the properties defined in this section.
This table outlines the properties that Event Enrollment objects require for successful configuration. Some properties must be configured while others display information about the object's event status.
A read-only property that indicates which event algorithm will be used by the Event Enrollment object instance.
Specifies whether notifications generated by the object should be marked as Events or Alarms.
Object property reference
A read-only property that indicates the object property whose value is to be tested for alarm conditions.
Object name reference
References the object name of the data source object for the Event Enrollment object instance.
Source property identifier
Specifies the data source property for the Event Enrollment object instance. Configurable in the web interface in the Event Enrollment template object before the Event Enrollment object is created.
A read-only property that represents the event or alarm state of the object.
Enables or disables the distribution of To offnormal, To fault, and To normal notifications. Click on the property to configure it and then select True or False in the drop-down menu to enable or disable a notification for the object.
A read-only property that indicates the acknowledgment state of To offnormal, To fault, and To normal events. Events that have been acknowledged are True. Events that have not been acknowledged are False.
A read-only property that identifies the user or process that acknowledged the most recent To offnormal, To fault, and To normal event notifications.
Time of acknowledgment
A read-only property that indicates the time of the most recent To offnormal, To fault, and To normal event notifications.
Indicates the instance number of the notification class that will be used for event notification distribution. Enter the instance number of a Notification Class object.
Time stamp of event
A read-only property that displays the time of the last To offnormal, To fault, and To normal events.
Event message texts
A read-only property that displays the message text used for To offnormal, To fault, and To normal event notifications.
Configurable event message texts
Allows you to configure the message text that is used for To offnormal, To fault, and To normal event notifications.
Enable event detection
Indicates that event reporting is enabled in an object. If this property reads Yes, then event reporting is enabled. If this property reads No, then intrinsic alarming is disabled.
Suppress event detection
Enables or disables events from being detected by the object. Select Yes to suppress event detection. Select No enable event detection.
Suppress event notification
Allows event functionality to be temporarily disabled. Select Yes to suppress notifications. Select No to continue receiving notifications.
Specifies the amount of time that must pass between detecting offnormal conditions and sending an event notification. Enter a time in seconds.
A read-only property that indicates the "health" of the object. For example, an object might be In alarm, Fault, Overridden, or Out of service.
A read-only property that indicates whether the present value or operation of the physical input/output in question is reliable. When objects are not reliable, this property provides a diagnosis.
A read-only property that provides the parameter values needed for an Event Enrollment object's event algorithm.
Specifies which alarming extension is enabled for the object. Supported extensions include Unused, Change-Of-State, Out-Of-Range, Command-Failure, and Floating-Limit.
If the Alarm Extension property is Unused, the event enrollment object will not detect event states or issue event notifications.