Tun dial to Advanced Settings and select Conditional Response. Each response has a soft key for the “If” condition, a “Then” condition or action, and “Review Statement” to verify that the complete response will meet the goal.
You must review the statement and then enable it with the Enable checkbox, for the response to be in effect.
The possible responses depend on the object (Type) chosen in the "If" statement.
- An “If” statement is for a certain type of condition to function as a trigger.
- A “Then” statement is for the action taken as a response to the trigger.
Clik Sensors can use alarms as a trigger. They can also trigger based strictly on their position, Closed or Open, without causing an alarm.
Examples: A Clik could start a program, station, etc. whenever it alarms; or a Clik input could switch between two different Master Valves, based on whether it was open or closed.
Flow Zones and MainSafe zones can use Max Flow rate or Unscheduled Flow as triggers. Flow Zone triggers can be used to start an external alarm indicator, or to close a P/MV.
"Any Alarm", or just a list of "Critical Alarms", can be used as triggers, usually to start an external alarm indicator (see SOS).
You must Review and Enable the statement (check box) before the Conditional Response statement is active.