This information is provided to users wishing to understand what the "Reset ATS Controller" command does and the functions it performs. Please review below.
Please Note: Executing this command will cause the ATS output to turn off for 330-340ms. The ATS is resetting and the CPU/microcontroller is not in control and able to maintain the output. (This command also effectively gets issued when the user issues a "Reset to Defaults" command via the onboard Network Management Card.)
There are a couple of scenarios that will have different reactions after you perform the function of resetting the ATS controller through the Network Management Card interface, or the ATS Serial port interface.
Resetting the ATS controller will cause the ATS to switch back to Source A regardless of the ATS preference settings. So how does this affect the ATS?