Figure 1-5 System Summary Area (Typical).
184.108.40.206.1 Remote Area Summary. The remote area summary provides a status of up to 64 remote areas. It is located
at the top left hand of the screen The number under the ON-LINE indicates the number of remote areas being monitored
by the remote area transmitters. The number under the SECURE indicates the number of remote areas that are in
secure mode. The number under the ACCESS the number of remote areas in the access mode. The number under ON-
BATERY indicates the number of remote areas that are on battery power. The number under IN-ALARM indicates the
number of remote areas that are in alarm status.
220.127.116.11.2 Monitor Area Summary. The monitor area summary provides a summary of the AMG status. The summary
indicates an alarm and/or maintenance function. When no alarms or maintenance is required, the Monitor Area
Summary box is empty (nothing displayed).
18.104.22.168 System Information Area. The system information area is in the middle of the Secure Mode screen. Each of
the Secure Mode screens has the system information area. The system information area provides information on either
the remote monitored area or AMG. When a change in status occurs, the text associated with the changed status blinks
until the change is acknowledged.
22.214.171.124 Command Area. The command area is at the lower part of the Secure Mode screen and is only on three of the
four Secure Mode screens. The command area selects a remote area and displays area information. It can be used to
select and display information about any remote monitored area. The remote area is selected by entering a number
between 1 and 64 then pressing <ENTER> or moving the pointer to the area and pressing <ENTER>. When the number
is displayed and <ENTER> has been pressed, the command area displays information for that remote area.
Figure 1-6. Monitor Area Status Screen (Typical).
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