User needs to activate a relay when the door is held open, but they do not have an I/O board.
Create an One Shot Advance I/O event to trigger the relay output desired. See below step by step how to do it.
Create a “Criteria” specifying the event we want to use to activate the relay output
Go to “Configuration” and then “Criteria”
Click the “green plus” to create a new Criteria
Under description assign a name
In this example, the user only wants one door to trigger one relay, Click “Selected Devices Only”, select the desired door and add it to the “Selected Devices” column
Click the “Events” tab
The user only wants the relay triggered by one specific event: “Door held open”. Click “Selected Events Only”. Add the desired event to the “List of Selected Events” column
If this action is desired to happen only in one specific schedule, click the “Time” tab and choose the desired schedule.
Create an Advanced IO to assign the Criteria for activating the relay output
Go to “Configuration”, and click “Advanced IO”
Click the “green plus” to create a new one
Under description assign a name for the new Advanced I/O
The function needed is “One Shot”
Select the output duration desired
The “Input Control” is the criteria previously created. Click the edit button, select “Criteria” and the name assigned to the Criteria
The “Output Link” is the relay output we want to activate. Click the edit button and select the relay output desired.
Click the save button
Why does Access Easy Controller load an error '4032 – Invalid File Name' when the Custom Logo is uploaded?
The custom logo file name is case sensitive. Programs such as Microsoft Paint will set the file extension of the graphic file to upper-case when setting the file name. The file name must have the file extension in lower-case. The exact requirements of the Custom Logo graphic file are below:
The graphics file must be in GIF format.
The file name of the graphic file name must be CustomLogo.gif (e.g. Take note of the file name, as it is case-sensitive).
The file size should remain approximately 144x64 pixels.
The file size can not exceed ten kilobytes.