How to understand the SNVT nvoAlarmStatus in TAC Xenta 151-D

Issue

In the TAC Xenta 151-D, the nvoAlarmStatus handles the test of the dampers, but the translation of the status is not documented

Product Line

TAC Vista, SmartStruxure Solution

Environment

TAC Xenta 151-D

Cause

nvoAlarmStatusis used to report the actual status of the fire damper tests.

Resolution

nvoAlarmStatus is a SNVT_state with the use of the following bits:

nvoAlarmStatus.bit0 = 1   OBJECT1_CLOSE_TIME_TOO_LONG   
nvoAlarmStatus.bit1 = 1   OBJECT1_CLOSE_TIME_TOO_SHORT  
nvoAlarmStatus.bit2 = 1   OBJECT1_OPEN_TIME_TOO_LONG    
nvoAlarmStatus.bit3 = 1   OBJECT1_OPEN_TIME_TOO_SHORT   
nvoAlarmStatus.bit4 = 1   OBJECT2_CLOSE_TIME_TOO_LONG   
nvoAlarmStatus.bit5 = 1   OBJECT2_CLOSE_TIME_TOO_SHORT  
nvoAlarmStatus.bit6 = 1   OBJECT2_OPEN_TIME_TOO_LONG    
nvoAlarmStatus.bit7 = 1   OBJECT2_OPEN_TIME_TOO_SHORT   
nvoAlarmStatus.bit8 = 1   OBJECT1_SET_CLOSE_TIME_FAILED
nvoAlarmStatus.bit9 = 1   OBJECT1_SET_SELFTEST_OK       
nvoAlarmStatus.bit10 = 1  OBJECT1_SET_SELFTEST_FAILED   
nvoAlarmStatus.bit11 = 1  OBJECT2_SET_CLOSE_TIME_FAILED
nvoAlarmStatus.bit12 = 1  OBJECT2_SET_SELFTEST_OK       
nvoAlarmStatus.bit13 = 1  OBJECT2_SET_SELFTEST_FAILED