Although OneVue monitors and manages the state of a Transmitter, the state change allows a user assigned to an Admin role to manually change the state of a device. Commonly, a state change is performed during maintenance or testing. When set to a Suspended state, OneVue does not monitor the Transmitter and alerts are not generated.
OneVue logs all state changes, including the date and time a manual state change was made, the user that performed the change, and the reason the change was performed. The state change details are viewable from a device's state history.
Changing to a Normal or Warning state
Upon each check-in, OneVue automatically sets the state transmitted by the device. Therefore, changing to a Normal or Warning state is only useful during testing.
Changing to a Suspended or Decommissioned state
A subsequent check-in with a Normal or Warning state does not change its state. Therefore, a system user is required to change the state back to a Normal state.
Alerts are not generated for the device when set to a Suspended or Decommissioned state.
Go to Devices > Transmitters.
From the list, select the Name link of the Transmitter. Its profile is displayed.
Select Show Advanced Options.
From the Change State section New State drop-down menu, select the state to be changed to.
From the Reason field, enter the condition that warranted changing its state.
Select Change State.
Its state is changed. Any statuses associated to its previous state are also cleared.