The Alarm History window lets you view historical alarms from a selected period. That is to say, alarms which have occurred and disappeared (no longer active). This feature is particularly useful when you are identifying re-occurring issues in your current carpark configuration.
This button allows for the export of all shown historical alarms to an Excel xlsx file.
The filter allows you to select the desired period from which you wish to view historical alarms.
From occurred time
This field defines the earliest point in time that an alarm can have occurred to be included in the results. The field has the date format [yyyy]-[MM]-[dd] - [hh]:[mm]:[ss] . If you press the drop-down () button you will be able to pick the date from a calendar. You can edit the hour or minute by clicking on them and entering the time desired. Be aware that hours are represented by a 24-hour clock, AM and PM are not used.
To occurred time
With this field you can optionally define the latest point in time that an alarm can have occurred to be included in the results. The field is enabled by checking the checkbox.
If the field is not enabled, the current time will be used. Beyond this, the field's interface is the same as From occurred time.
To show historical alarms from the selected period, press Apply
This table shows the historical alarms that occurred in the selected period. It has the following fields:
Occurred - The point in time which the alarm was registered.
Disappeared - The point in time which the alarm stopped being active.
Source - The source of the alarm, this can be a specific space, an area or a Dupline Master.
Name - The name of the specific Area/Space/Master that set off the alarm.
Code - The alarm code, a unique identifier for the type of alarm shown.
Text - A brief description of the alarm type.
Acknowledged - The point in time the alarm was acknowledged. If the alarm has not been acknowledged this field will be blank.
User name - The user who acknowledged the alarm. If the alarm has not been acknowledged this field will be blank.