When viewing the Emergency Report or the CSV downloaded report, the following status are defined below:
Queued: The new test details need to be synced to the devices.
Scheduled: The device has been programmed with the new test details.
Partially Queued/Scheduled: Some of the devices in the group need to be synced with the new test details.
Passed: The device passed the test.
Failed: The device failed the test as per the reason shown in the results field.
Delay Exceeded: The result from the device did not get synchronised to the cloud before the Test execution timeout.
Completed: All the devices have synchronised their results back to the cloud within the allotted time. This does not imply the test passed.
Cancelled: The test was cancelled and the device was told to abort the pending scheduled test.
When a test ends, it may end with a number of different Results, which describe how the test ended. Not all of these results imply failure.
No Results: The test passed successfully.
Comms Error: The Device could not be reached.
Dali Short: There is likely a short on the DALI line.
Lamp Failure: A problem was detected with the attached luminaire.
Em Lamp Failure: A problem was detected with the luminaire attached to an Emergency device.
In Bootloader: The device was bootloading during the test.
Circuit Failure: Device reporting based on the manufacture circuit test.
Control Gear Failure: Device reporting based on the manufacture circuit test.
Battery Duration Failure: The battery ran out before the test completed.
Battery Failure: Battery has failed either due to not present to not responding.
Not Synced To Device: The device/control system didn't connect to the cloud in time or the control system instructed the device to test but when queried didn't run a test. In the case of the online control system, instructions to start a test are repeated at regular intervals. Issues could be that the device is in a comms error or one of the many states that the devices firmware prevents a test running (Eg. some devices won't let a test run if its in lamp failure).
Test Failed: The test failed.
Synced No Result: The results were not synced from the device before the test timeout. This could be because the device never started a test and was pending the entire period, or the device was not contactable to receive results from.
Missing Device: Device is no longer attached to the control system.
Not An Emergency Device: The device is not the type
Duplicate Device: Multiple devices reporting the same identification.
Automatic Testing Not Supported: The device does not support automated testing, and would have to be tested manually.
Device Removed: The device was removed before test window completed.
User Completed: The test was completed as a result of user action. This can happen when resolving test schedule conflicts.
Device Replaced: The device was replaced during the test window completed.
Device Moved: The device was moved before the test window completed.