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7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB)
Alarm
Channel errors of Module on Slot n
Rack Fault on module
Redundant gateway is Missing
Redundant gateway is not Ready
Error in Redundant gateway
Redundant gateway is not communicating
Device not conformant
Corrupt diagnostic
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Description
This alarm is reported when the diagnostic data indicates a fault in one
ore more channels of a module configured in the slot "n." When this
alarm is reported, the Trip Value field in the alarm summary displays
the faulty channel.
This alarm returns to normal after fresh diagnostics are received for the
slot and the diagnostics does not indicate channel failure. For each
faulty slot, an alarm is reported.
Attention
Note that HART status or HART communication errors are not
reported to the station.
This alarm is reported when the extended diagnostics data indicates a
rack failure. When this alarm is reported, the Trip Value field in the
alarm summary displays the faulty module number. For each faulty
module, an alarm is reported. For example, if there are three faulty
modules, three alarms are reported.
This alarm returns to normal after fresh diagnostics are received for the
slot and the diagnostics does not indicate a rack failure.
This alarm is reported by the Turck Excom DSB when the redundant
gateway is missing in the I/O rack.
The priority and severity of this alarm is "HIGH" and "10"
respectively.
This alarm is reported by the Turck Excom DSB when the redundant
gateway is not ready for the switchover.
The priority and severity of this alarm is "HIGH" and "10"
respectively.
This alarm is reported by the Turck Excom DSB when the redundant
gateway is in an error state.
The priority and severity of this alarm is "HIGH" and "10"
respectively.
This alarm is reported by the Turck Excom DSB when the redundant
gateway is not communicating.
The priority and severity of this alarm is "HIGH" and "10"
respectively.
This alarm is reported by the Generic DSBs when the RIO profile-
based alarming option is enabled for a device that is not conformant to
RIO.
This alarm is reported by the Generic DSBs when the RIO profile-
based alarming option is enabled and if diagnostic received could not
be recognized as channel, module, or identifier-related diagnostics.
This alarm returns to normal after fresh diagnostic with proper
extended diagnostic or no extended diagnostic is received.

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