the system status and is described in paragraph 1.15.2. The screens are selected by pressing the associated function
key as follows:
Monitor Area Screen
Remote Area Status
Remote Area Notes Screen
Remote Area Status Changes Screen
2.5.2 Secure Mode Screen Selection. Each screen displays information that can be used by the operator or supervisor
and is divided into sections. Each action by an operator either results in a valid function or error message in yellow text
at the bottom of the screen. Error messages that occur can only be cleared by performing a valid action. The error
messages are written in plain English and inform the operator that the attempted action is not valid. For example: When
the function key associated with the displayed screen is pressed, the error message 'That Screen is Already Displayed' is
displayed. Similar messages are displayed for other invalid actions and do not interfere or alter the operation of the
220.127.116.11 Remote Area Screens. The remote area screens consist of the Remote Area Status Changes Screen, Remote
Area Notes Screen, and Remote Area Status Screen. The detailed description of the remote area screens is provided in
paragraphs 1.15.4 through 1.15.6. The operator selects the Remote Area Status Changes Screen to display remote
areas with status changes. The operator selects the Remote Area Notes Screen to find out information about the
selected area. The operator selects the Remote Area Status Screen to find out the status of all the 64 possible areas.
18.104.22.168 Monitor Area Status Screen. The Monitor Area Status Screen provides status information for the AMG
equipment. The detailed description of the Monitor Area Status Screens is provided in paragraph 1.15.3 When the
status change is associated with the AMG, the operator selects this screen and presses <F1> to acknowledge and <F2>
to reset cleared alarms.
2.5.3 Status Changes. Remote area status changes are displayed on the Remote Area Status Changes screen. AMG
status changes are displayed on the Monitor Area Screen. Alarms are displayed as white text for active and grey text for
cleared on a red background. Active alarms are displayed in capital letters and cleared alarms are displayed in lower
case letters. In addition, the Systems Summery Area is updated to indicated the total number of areas in access, secure,
alarm, on ac power, or on battery power. Until status changes for the area are acknowledged, the text is flashing. When
status changes have been acknowledged, the status changes stop flashing. When cleared, alarms (ALM or COM) can be
reset by pressing <F2>. AC Power, BAT, ACC, and SEC status changes do not need to be reset. AC power and SEC
are displayed in green text. BAT and ACC are displayed in yellow text.
2.5.4 Keyboard Operational Keys. The keyboard is the interface between an operator and AMG. The operator uses
selected keys from the keyboard to react to various prompts from the AMG. Templates (figure 2-5) are provided for two
styles of keyboards. Table 2-4 provides a listing of all the operational keys. Minimal operating procedures are provided
in paragraph 2.5.5. The operation from the keyboard is as follows:
Silence audible alarm by pressing <Fl>.
Acknowledge status changes by selecting the remote area or selecting the Monitor
Area Status Screen and pressing <Fl>.
Reset cleared alarms by selecting the remote area or Monitor Area Status Screen
and pressing <F2>.
Select various screens by pressing the associated function key (<F4>, <F5>, <F6>
Select remote monitored areas by entering a number between 1 and 64 on the
command line and pressing <ENTER>.
Obtain information from remote area notes by pressing <F6>.
Print current status report by pressing <F9>.
Blank the monitor screen by pressing <F3> (Screen will not blank if there are
unacknowledged status changes or cleared alarms that have not been reset).
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