COMPORT STATUS.  Describes the ENABLE, BAD and DISABLED status of the comport referenced.   DISABLE means no communications to devices over this communications port.  A user  or script must DISABLE the comport.  This can be done from the STATION STATUS Display or %DCOMST. This can be done from the STATION STATUS Display.  RED FLASHING BAD means that there is a communications failure on the comport; the SCADA node will retry to establish communications if BAD.   BLUE OK means communications enabled and no critical error.  An asterisk (*) means comport not configured.

Syntax:         %TCOMST(comport number)

Arguments:    comport number

Example:       %TCOMST(1)

Return:         OK, BAD, DISABLED, NONE or *

Alarm:           Communications Failure (BAD or DISABLED).


Similar to %DCOMST and  %ACOMST. See also  PortSTS, %DKRLMODE.