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  • Hi,

    I've installed a network with 61 slaves (using DGBox with Mango, 32 slaves on one side, and 29 on the other side).
    I will like to set schedules for this equipment so they will turn on and off scheduled (Working days, hollydays, weekends; you know)
    How can I do this?

    Regards
    Rodrigo


  • Particularly I want to understand the priority field.

    Thanks
    Rodrigo


  • Hi Rodrigo,

    I'm not clear if this is a question about the DGBox or about Mango. If it's about the DGBox please post your questions here: dglogik.zendesk.com If this question is about Mango we'll need a bit more information in order to help.

    Thanks,
    Joel.


  • Hi Joel,

    I actually don't know, I'm using DGBox with Mango, so I'm assuming that the schedules under the tree are part of Mango.
    What you do is to "bind from" the schedule, and "bind to" the point you want the schedule to act on, and there a binding tab appears where there is a priority field.

    If this is only for DGBox, please let me know and feel free to delete the post.

    Thanks
    Rodrigo


  • The DGBox uses a derivative of Mango but it's not the same. For that reason you should ask all DGBox related question in the DGLogik forum as they can answer them the best.

    Thanks,

    Joel.


  • Ok, sorry.

    Thanks Joel

    Regards
    Rodrigo