You can get to the ECG view by navigating to the Grid View and selecting the ECG tab under the Device types section. This will display all available ECGs that can be edited. You can change all the settings of an ECG from this tab. Making a change will attempt to sync that value to that device.
To turn a particular ECG or several ECGs on or off simply right-click on the ECG or ECGs that you want to send the command to. This will open a context menu. You have the option to either Turn ECG on or Turn ECG off. Having multiple rows selected when clicking an option will attempt to send the command to all of the selected rows.
If at least one gateway is not connected for one of the ECGs selected then an alert will pop up in the browser that will notify you as such. The command will still be sent but if that gateway is not connected then it will error and the expected behaviour will not be executed for that device.
The override columns will display, in real-time, whether an ECG is currently overridden for each type of override and for how long. The number will count down when an override is detected. A firmware version of at least 1.9.24 is required for the overrides to be displayed. If your control system is under that version you may see a red exclamation mark. Hovering over the cell will tell you that your control system may need upgrading, or if your control system is up to date, it will display a relevant error.
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