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How Alarms Work
You are notified by alarms when some important event occurs. For example, if the temperature is too low or too high in a building, if a window is open, or if something is broken, such as a fan. The system administrator sets up the alarms and decides to whom the alarm is sent.
Alarm and Event Details
To quickly get all the details of a specific alarm or event in WorkStation, or an alarm in WebStation, you can use a Detail view. The Detail view always displays all properties that can be added and displayed in the Alarms pane, Events pane, Alarm View or Event View.
How Trend Logs Work
You use trend logs to record values, such as a sensor. A trend log can also log consumptions, such as energy consumption or water consumption.
How Trend Charts Work
Trend charts are a way to graphically present trend logs. A trend chart can contain one or more trend logs that are represented in the trend chart by lines or bars.
How Graphics Work
You use graphics to display building overviews, display values from sensors, or change setpoints. A graphic can also contain links to trend charts, trend log lists, Internet sites, or views in WorkStation and WebStation.
When you force a value, all input from the system is overridden. For example, a schedule is set to start a fan at 09:00 but you want it to start at 08:00. In this case, you can force the fan to start at 08:00.