Supervisory Control

The supervisory control bits are in a one-byte word. Bits 0 to 5 enable supervisory control of binary outputs 3 through 8. (Binary outputs 1 and 2 are reserved and may not be controlled.)Bits

For example, to monitor and control the supervisory status of BO[5]:

Configure a binary point with address BO[5].HOLD and bit offset 2.

After CIMPLICITY software sets a value in BO[5], BO[5].HOLD has a value of 1.

To release control of BO[5] back to the DX9100 programming, set BO[5].HOLD to 0.

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Releasing DX9100 output holds.