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Thread: Individual Variable Alarm Acknowledge from Standard Screentype using Single Function

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    Beitrag Individual Variable Alarm Acknowledge from Standard Screentype using Single Function

    Hi,

    Is it possible to acknowledge each and every variable alarm individually from standard type screen (From Annunciation touch screen display). I have created the button to acknowledge area vise. But customer requires individual variable acknowledgment. 

    Please provide the way to configure in zenon?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Individual Variable Alarm Acknowledge from Standard Screentype using Single Function

    Dear Maheshwaran,

    You can use the "Acknowledge alarms" function to acknowledge an individual alarm in another screen type than "Alarm Message List".
    You could use invisible buttons placed on top of any graphical elements for displaying alarm information.

    You can also use the AML property "Flashing acknowledgement" to acknowledge alarms by clicking on dynamic elements.

    If you need more detailed suggestions please contact your locally responsible support team and provide a comprehensive description of the actual use case (current configuration of the screen and its elements (e.g. with a project backup), and desired functionality).

    Best regards,
    Leo

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