Event Logging is accessed via the EVENT LOG Main Menu. There are two event logs: one for events such as alarms and setpoint changes, and another for Hindle Health events. Hindle Health events that may be logged include results from: (1) user tests performed within the Hindle Health System such as checking the power-up of HVAC equipment, and (2) periodic self-tests that Hindle Health System performs such as temperature checks and fan tests.

Click on the toggles below to find out how to view and clear logs.

Viewing Event Log
To view an event log such as an alarm or setpoint change:
MENU > EVENT LOGS > “View event log”.

The most recent event stored — which has the highest number — will appear, but you can scroll through events as follows:
  • Press RIGHT arrow: number will decrease; view events in reverse-chronological order.
  • Press LEFT arrow to start at Event 1, then continue pressing LEFT arrow: view events in chronological order.

    Events include setpoint changes and when an alarm becomes active and is cleared. The log will show the date and time the event occurred, the event name, and the status change that created the event.

For more information on the alarms listed in the event log refer to Section 7, Alarms & Indicators.

Viewing Hindle Health Log
To view the log for Hindle Health System (HHS) events:
MENU > EVENT LOGS > “View Hindle Health log”

The most recent HHS event or test stored will appear — but without a number since Hindle Health log events are unnumbered — but you can scroll through them with the RIGHT/LEFT arrows. The log will show the date and time the event occurred, the event name, and the pass or fail status of the test. If a test was not run, this too is indicated.
Clearing Event Logs

Event logs are stored in internal nonvolatile memory on the Control Board. They can be erased by selecting “Clear Event Log” which will clear both the Event Log and the Hindle Health Log.

To clear the logs:
MENU > EVENT LOGS > “Clear event log” > “Yes” to confirm
EPIC will show progress while clearing the log, then show “Event log cleared” when done.