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Many PowerLogic meters have onboard alarming functionality. Meter such as the PM800 (PM8), CM3000 (CM3), and CM4000 (CM4) series have 4 priority levels: high, medium, low and none. Power Monitoring Expert assigns each alarm a number, and users would like to know how the priority level translate to alarm priority numbers in SPM/PME.
Struxureware Power Monitoring Expert 7.0.x
Power Monitoring Expert 7.2.x
Power Monitoring Expert 8.0
Power Monitoring Expert Web Applications Alarming
There is currently no documentation to list how powerlogic meter's onboard priority levels translate to alarm priority numbers in the PME software.
Below is how those priority levels are displayed in StruxureWare Power Monitoring (SPM or PME):
No priority - 64
Low Priority - 64
Medium Priority - 128
High Priority - 200