Accessing the Logs
From the home screen or the main run-screen, in monitor-mode or run-mode, press the setup button, then the "Save, Load and View" icon, then "Load and View", then select the "View Logs" icon.
This takes you to the event log page.
The event log is a record of changes to the controller status over time, up to one year in the past.
The controller records the following events:
Initially, all of the different messages are displayed together in the same log.
Press the Log-Book icon to filter the log by message-type. The types of message currently being displayed are shown next to the Log-Book icon and in the Log-Page title area.
You can export the log to a USB drive. It is a simple text file and can be used in word processing applications on a PC.
These are messages about software versions, when the controller was started and various communications and serious hardware error messages.
Whenever the controller is put into monitor mode, soft start, diagnostics etc, a message of this type is entered into the log. Serious communications errors are logged here.
Changes to the current setup are logged with these messages. This includes most of the changes possible in the setup dialog as well as zone setpoint or mode changes.
Alarm conditions are logged when they are triggered and when they are dismissed, either by the user or naturally (e.g.: the temperature-tolerance alarm). The state of the alarm relay is also logged.
These messages log any file operations, including exporting or importing files.
Messages here referring to setup files with asterisks (*) in their name are automatic backups of the current setup file. These occur when a user makes a setup change.
When users log on and off, a message is entered into the log.
The controller stores a years-worth of log messages in daily log-files. You can display the log entries from the archive by pressing the calendar icon "Select Date". Simply pick a log-file from the list of dates.
The title-bar of the Log-Page changes to show you that you are viewing the archive:
You can navigate quickly to the previous and next day's log using the up and down buttons, and you can return to today's log using the "View Current" button.