Programmable Messages

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#3000 Alarms can be programmed. A programmable alarm will act like the built-in alarms. An alarm is generated by setting macro variable #3000 to a number between 1 and 999.

#3000= 15 (MESSAGE PLACED INTO ALARM LIST) ;

When this is done, Alarm flashes at the bottom of the display and the text in the next comment is placed into the alarm list. The alarm number (in this example, 15) is added to 1000 and used as an alarm number. If an alarm is generated in this manner all motion stops and the program must be reset to continue. Programmable alarms are always numbered between 1000 and 1999. The first 34 characters of the comment are used for the alarm message.

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