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This object, in conjunction with prtConsoleOnTime, defines the current status of the light. If both prtConsoleOnTime and prtConsoleOffTime are non-zero, the lamp is blinking and the values presented define the on time and off time, respectively, in milliseconds. If prtConsoleOnTime is zero and prtConsoleOffTime is non-zero, the lamp is off. If prtConsoleOffTime is zero and prtConsoleOnTime is non-zero, the lamp is on. If both values are zero the status of the lamp is undefined. Refer to Internet Draft Printer MIB, expiring Sept. 1997 for more details. Additional information: There are three control panel LEDs: Attention, Ready, and Go. When an LED blinks, it is on for one half second and off for one half second. The value used for this object is 500 when the LED is off or blinking, otherwise it is zero. When the LEDs are in a cycling state the value of this object for all LEDs is zero and the value for prtConsoleOnTime for all LEDs is zero.
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