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SX-200 Lite Alarm #111193 02/01/10 02:44 PM
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Why can't I find what Alarm 122 means? Maint. log says: Alm 122 Bay 1 pcm 00 00 08 00. frown

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Re: SX-200 Lite Alarm #111194 02/01/10 10:01 PM
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Alarm 122 means that the bay has cut back or returned to service after a loss. Do you have an Alarm 121 that shows it going out of service?
The logs preceeding that might tell you why it had a failure.

Re: SX-200 Lite Alarm #111195 02/02/10 07:42 PM
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Well, I have Major Alarm Bay #1 96% unavailable. 100% unavailable.

Re: SX-200 Lite Alarm #111196 02/03/10 03:45 AM
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What other logs do you have?
Is there an "Alarm level change due to Bay 01 ???????" Trunks, Lines, rcvrs or a "Bay 01 reported cause..."
What do you have in Bay 1?
Alarm 122 is a "bay has cut back to normal" message. The alarms before that one may be the cause.


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Re: SX-200 Lite Alarm #111197 02/03/10 07:34 AM
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If this is truly a LITE, check AC power, consider P/S, Bay control card. This alarm indicates major failure of the bay, normally caused by a common control card (pretty much only the BCC), P/S, fiber transceivers at bay or LITE controller.


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Re: SX-200 Lite Alarm #111198 02/03/10 06:39 PM
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Right. I think we have sourced it to the BCC. However, there is the Bay Control Resource card that is no longer attainable- but isn't that card just a settings for applications?

Re: SX-200 Lite Alarm #111199 02/04/10 07:26 AM
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Not attainable?? You're not talking to the right people?


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Re: SX-200 Lite Alarm #111200 02/04/10 10:53 AM
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I'll bet fifty5footer has that card and you DO need it! If I remember correctly, it does what the what-cha-ma-call-it card on the upper rear of the MCC does for 1000-1004.


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Re: SX-200 Lite Alarm #111201 02/05/10 05:54 AM
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Weird thing is, the control card has two dashes as if nothing is wrong.

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Sounds like somebody has been messing with alarm levels in maintainance. I'd bet that if it is the BCC in bay one, if you put it in 2, 3, et al, you'll have the same results about alarms! If you don't lucky you. What's different in alarm level settings, bay-to-bay?


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