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Values of communication stations

An object of Station type can acquire the following values in the D2000 system:

Object valueDescription
StONThe station is communicating.
StOFFThe station is not communicating. The communication is disabled by the operator (via control dialogues of the D2000 HI process) or in the station configuration in the D2000 CNF process .
StCOMERRThe occurrence of a "soft" error of communication. This error occurs after an unsuccessful data transmission.
StHARDERRThe occurrence of a "hard" error of communication. This error occurs, if the communication with the station is in the StCOMERR state for a period defined by a Time filter parameter. If the station value is StHARDERR, then all the I/O Tags of the station will pass to undefined state (unless a /KKVOE start parameter is specified).
StSIMULCommunication with the station is simulated.
StWAITThe station is in AUTO mode. The communication is stopped. The control object value is TRUE. The requests for output are postponed and they will be executed when the control object value changes to FALSE.

Labels of station values, which are mentioned in the first table column, can be redefined by means of configuration of system texts.



Meaning of individual flags (user attributes) of the values of Communication station type objects.

FlagMeaning
FLABackward reading of communication station values (GETOLDVAL action)
FLBCommunication with a station goes via an alternate communication path (MICROTEL 700 protocol only).
FLCThis flag signalizes the non-functional communication on the primary path when using these line categories:
FLDThis flag signalizes the non-functional communication on the secondary path when using these line categories:
FLEThis flag signalizes the non-functional communication on the primary path of B system when using the line category SerialOverUDP System&Line Redundant.
FLFThis flag signalizes the non-functional communication on the secondary path of B system when using the line category SerialOverUDP System&Line Redundant.
FLN, FLO, FLPIf the communication with a station goes via an alternate communication path (MICROTEL 700 protocol only), a combination of these flags indicates the number of the alternate communication path:
  • alternate path 1 - FLN
  • alternate path 2 - FLO
  • alternate path 3 - FLN, FLO
  • alternate path 4 - FLP
  • alternate path 5 - FLN, FLP
  • alternate path 6 - FLO, FLP
  • alternate path 7 - FLN, FLO, FLP
  • further paths - none of these flags (only FLB)
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