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USER GUIDE  
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION  
Approvals  
UL 916, C-UL listed to Canadian Standards Association (CSA)  
C22.2 No. 205-M1983 “Signal Equipment”, CE, FCC part 15  
Class A, C-tick (Australia)  
WebVision™ is a web-based building manager that allows  
contractors and facility managers to view and command  
HVAC controllers installed at their sites. It communicates over  
the LonWorks® network to perform building management  
control of various devices and controllers through a web  
browser. The WebVision Bundle (WWS-VL1A1000) includes  
the WebVision controller pre-installed with a LON  
CAUTION  
Make sure that there is not more than one  
WebVision accessing the same Lon® network  
simultaneously. If more than one WebVision  
accesses the same Lon network simultaneously,  
there may be problems in downloading and  
uploading parameters.  
communications card, and power supply.  
WebVision is capable of:  
Discovering unitary controllers connected to WebVision  
Configuring controllers using configuration wizards  
Monitoring, raising, and e-mailing alarms on controller  
points and system events  
NOTE: WebVision is compatible with Microsoft® Internet  
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Explorer (IE) 6.0 SP2 or higher. Suggested screen  
Configuring and collecting trends on points  
Driving scheduled occupancy states  
Managing energy through Demand Limit Control (DLC)  
Providing single point of entry into the system to perform all  
the above mentioned tasks.  
resolution is 1280x1024 pixels.  
IMPORTANT  
Make sure that there is only one WebVision  
accessing the LONWORKS network at a given point in  
time. If more than one WebVision accesses the  
same LONWORKS network simultaneously, ensure  
that its logical address is unique in the network to  
avoid address conflicts. For a LONWORKS network,  
logical address refers to Subnet/NodeID.  
Managing access to information through user privileges  
Providing IT-friendly network interface for easy access and  
management  
WebVision acts as an offline configuration tool that helps the  
contractor to configure site project that consists of multiple  
unitary controllers. The contractor can commission all the  
controllers by connecting through a LAN, WAN, or Dial-up.  
WebVision also acts like a network time master to synchronize  
time and date in devices connected to it with its own time and  
date or with the Internet time servers. Its Device Discovery  
feature enables you to discover online devices. You can  
manage users and control their access to different resources  
in the system. The System Administrator can configure  
network settings, site information settings, system and control,  
network data and time settings, and new module installation.  
Contents  
Product Description .......................................................  
Features ..........................................................................  
Operation and Use .........................................................  
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Warranty and Returns .................................................... 33  
Appendix A – Supported Devices ................................. 34  
Appendix B – Device Point Tables ............................... 106  
Topic Index ..................................................................... 175  
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FEATURES  
Support up to 120 XL10s, XL15Cs, VFDs, and 3rd Party  
LON devices  
2. Type your WebVision login name in the User Name  
field.  
Perform Auto Discovery and Wizard based  
configuration of controllers  
3. Type your Password.  
4.  
Click Login or press Enter. The Properties page  
Support Default Alarms on each device  
Support Default Trends on each device  
Support default device graphic for each device  
appears.  
To log off from WebVision:  
Click the Logout link located on the right top of your  
screen to log off from WebVision. You are redirected to  
the WebVision Login page.  
Configure a maximum of 30 users and define their  
roles in accessing and configuring devices and  
WebVision  
Configure a maximum of 50 schedules  
Configure and schedule device occupancy  
states  
Assign up to 120 devices per schedule  
Configure a maximum of 100 trends  
Store up to 1,000 samples per trend  
Configure up to 100 user defined alarms  
Store and view up to 5,000 alarm records  
E-mail alarm messages can be sent to a  
maximum of 50 e-mail addresses  
Configure up to 50 loads for Demand Limit Control  
Configure default and up to 50 user-defined graphics  
with support to command-able points  
WebVision is built on Niagara-AX™ technology and extends  
the capabilities of WebStat™.  
OPERATION AND USE  
This section describes how to use the WebVision controller.  
Fig. 2. Logout Link.  
Sign-in  
Password Reminder  
To be reminded of your UserID or Password, if you have  
forgotten either of them, perform the following:  
To log on to WebVision:  
1.  
Type the WebVision web address (URL) in the Address  
field of Internet Explorer. The WebVision Login page  
appears.  
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Type the WebVision web address (URL) in the Address  
field of Internet Explorer . The WebVision Login page  
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appears.  
2.  
Click Forgot UserID or Password? link on the Login  
page.  
You are directed to the Password Reminder screen.  
Select your secret question (the one you selected while  
creating your user account).  
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Enter the answer to the Password Reminder Question  
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you are expected to enter the same answer that you  
gave while creating your user account).  
Enter your E-Mail ID (same as in your user account).  
WebVision looks for account that matches the secret  
question, the answer to the question, and the e-mail Id.  
After validating, it sends the user Id/password to that  
e-mail Id.  
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Fig. 1. Login page.  
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Fig. 4. Graphics Tab.  
There are 3 locations in the WebVision where you can view  
and setup graphics. These are:  
Fig. 3. Password Reminder screen.  
Network Tree > WebVision Node (Max 1 Graphic)  
Network Tree > Device Node. One graphic for each device.  
This is the default device graphic. You can add a maximum  
of three links on the graphic pointing to an external URL or  
to another graphic.  
TIP: The information you provide is validated against the  
information present in the WebVision database. If the  
information is correct, WebVision will send the user ID  
and password to your E-Mail account.  
Location Tree. You can create user defined location  
hierarchy (as tree). For each location (tree node), there can  
be one user defined graphic. You can customize the  
graphic and set a background image, monitor and  
command points, add links to external web sites, and add  
links to a different graphic.  
TIP: If you do not remember the password recovery  
information and the answer provided by you is incorrect,  
you can request the WebVision Administrator to reset  
your password. In any other case, please contact the  
Honeywell Support for assistance.  
You can insert the following in a graphic:  
Background images  
Points  
Devices  
Working with Tables  
Click the column header of a column that you want to sort in  
ascending/descending order. Columns that you can sort are  
distinguished by an underlined column header. Tables are, by  
default, displayed in ascending order. However, for alarms,  
default display is in the reverse chronological order (the most  
current alarm is displayed on top).  
Text  
External Links  
Links to other graphics  
NOTE: Apart from the Contractor (who has all the privileges  
in WebVision) all the users who add/replicate new  
graphics have access to all the graphics created by  
them.  
Click  
Click  
Click  
Click  
to move to the next page.  
to move to the previous page.  
to move to the last page.  
to move to the first page.  
To view a graphic:  
1.  
Click the Graphics tab. The View Graphics page  
appears.  
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Select the graphic you want to view from the list. The  
selected graphic appears.  
Type the number of rows you want to view on each page in  
the text box next to  
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To setup a graphic:  
Type the page number that you want to navigate to in the  
Page field. This enables you to quickly move to the page of  
your interest without having to wade through all intervening  
pages.  
1. Click the Graphics tab. The View Graphic page  
appears.  
2.  
Click Setup Graphics. The Setup Graphics page  
appears.  
Use the following options to configure graphics:  
Graphics  
TIP: Move the pointer over any button. A tool tip appears  
A graphic is a pictorial illustration of a building's layout  
coupled with the placement of various devices within a  
building. With the help of a graphic you can view the various  
devices installed in your building.  
describing the action performed by the button.  
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To insert a background image:  
To insert text:  
1.  
Click the Insert Text button. A Text Message box  
NOTE: The supported background image formats include:  
jpg, jpeg, and gif.  
appears.  
The size of the image file must not exceed 1MB.  
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Click the Insert Background Image button. The Insert  
Background Image dialog box appears.  
Fig. 7. Text Message Box.  
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Type the required text in the Edit Text field.  
Click Save to reflect the changes in the image.  
Fig. 5. Insert Background Image dialog box.  
NOTE: To abort the action, click Cancel.  
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Browse and select an image that you want to use as  
background image.  
Click Upload to insert the image.  
To insert an external link:  
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1.  
Click the Insert External Link button. The Add Link  
dialog box appears.  
NOTE: To abort the action, click Cancel.  
To insert a point:  
1.  
Click the Insert Point button. The Insert Point dialog  
box appears.  
Fig. 8. Add Link dialog box.  
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Select a link from the Link To drop-down list. You can  
select from Device Graphics, Locations Graphics, or an  
External URL.  
If you select the Device Graphics option, the Insert  
Device dialog box appears. Select a Channel and  
Device and click OK.  
If you select the Locations Graphics option, the Add  
Link dialog box appears. Check the locations that you  
want to add as link and click OK.  
If you select the External URL option, the Insert  
External Link dialog box appears. Type the Display  
name for the url and type the url in the URL field.  
Click OK to view the URL in the image.  
Fig. 6. Insert Point dialog box.  
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Select the Channel, Device, and Point that you want to  
add to the graphic from the corresponding drop-down  
lists.  
Click OK. The Point properties are displayed in the  
background image.  
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NOTE: To abort the action, click Cancel.  
NOTE: A maximum of fifty links can be inserted in a graphic  
in WebVision.  
NOTE: To abort the action, click Cancel.  
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Use one of the following filter options to search for the  
required schedule:  
To delete selected objects:  
1.  
Select the object that you want to delete from the  
Schedule Name  
Current Occupancy State  
graphic.  
2.  
Click Delete Selected objects. The selected object is  
deleted.  
TIP: To quickly search the schedules, type the first letter of  
schedule name or occupancy state, (as the case may  
be) in the Keyword text box and type *. This lists all the  
names starting with the first letter that you have written  
in the Keyword text box.  
To copy graphics:  
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Click the  
button. The Copy Graphics From dialog  
box appears.  
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Click Delete Selected objects. The selected object is  
deleted.  
Schedule Name – Indicates the name of the schedule.  
Schedule Type – Indicates if the schedule is configured in  
the local system or followed from a remote system.  
Current Occupancy State – Indicates the occupancy state  
as defined by the schedule at the moment.  
Schedules  
Schedules define the days and times when an occupancy  
event must occur. Schedules are weekly calendars for  
occupancy mode changes. Schedules also contain special  
event information such as holidays or unplanned events.  
NOTE: A maximum of 100 devices can be assigned to a  
schedule.  
Next Occupancy State – Indicates the occupancy state for  
the next defined schedule.  
Time Remaining (minutes) – Indicates the time remaining  
in switching to next occupancy state.  
NOTE: You can have a maximum of 50 schedules in  
WebVision.  
You can create, modify or delete a schedule only if you have  
these privileges assigned to you.  
Replicate – Click Replicate to replicate the settings.  
There are three occupancy modes:  
Add/Edit Schedules  
Occupied – A period of time when the controlled  
environment is considered to be occupied. It requires a  
closer control for comfort, health, and safety.  
Unoccupied – A period of time when the controlled  
environment is considered to be unoccupied. It is used to  
reduce energy consumption.  
Standby – A period during the normal occupied period  
when the space may not be occupied. It is used for energy  
saving programs.  
You can add a maximum of 50 schedules.  
NOTE: All fields marked with an asterisk (*) are mandatory.  
To create a new schedule:  
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Click the Schedule tab. A list of schedules appears.  
2.  
Click  
. The Properties page appears.  
No Event – WebVision displays the default state as  
Occupied when no event is configured.  
NOTE: Apart from the Contractor (who has all the privileges  
in WebVision) all the users who add new schedules  
have access to all the schedules created by them.  
To view schedules:  
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Click the Schedule tab. A list of schedules appear with  
the following details in a tabular format:  
Fig. 10. Schedule Properties page.  
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Select the Create New Schedule option.  
Type a schedule name in the Schedule Name field and  
provide a description in the Description field.  
Select the cells by dragging over the cells. Cells can be  
selected horizontally and vertically. After selecting the  
cells, click on the schedule occupancy state button to  
indicate the state on the selected cell.  
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Click Apply to apply the schedule.  
Click Finish to save the settings.  
Fig. 9. Schedule Tab.  
NOTE: Click Edit Time and type the Start Time and End  
Time. You can change the start and end time of the  
selected area.  
TIP: Use Filters to quickly search the required Schedules.  
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All the special events along with a summary appear in a  
tabular format.  
To edit a schedule:  
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Click the Schedule tab. A list of schedules appears.  
Click the schedule that you want to edit by clicking the  
corresponding link in the Schedule Name column.  
Follow the steps described in the above sections and  
make the required changes.  
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Click Add Special Event, to add new special events to  
the list. The Add Special Event dialog box appears.  
Enter/select the following information:  
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Event Name – Name of the special event.  
Example: Thanksgiving Day.  
Event Type – You can define the type of day using  
the three options given: Date, Date Range, and  
Week and Day. Depending on the selected criteria,  
you get the following output:  
Assign Devices  
You can select a number of devices and assign them to a  
current configuring schedule. You can change the settings as  
and when required.  
Date – If you select Date, specify the day, date,  
month, and year.  
To assign devices:  
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Click the Schedule tab. The Schedule page appears.  
Go to Add Schedule. The Add Schedule page  
appears.  
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Type a unique name for the schedule.  
Click Assign Devices. The Assign Devices page  
appears.  
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Check the devices from the Device Name list that you  
want to assign to the current schedule.  
All the devices that are already assigned to schedules  
are listed in the Currently Assigned Schedule column.  
If a device is already assigned to a schedule,  
WebVision un-assigns the device from the earlier  
schedule and assigns it to the current schedule.  
Click Finish to save the settings.  
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NOTE: To abort the action, click Cancel.  
Define Special Event  
Holiday schedules and schedules for special events differ  
from the normal days. You can define schedules for special  
events using WebVision.  
Fig. 12. Add Special Event dialog box.  
Date Range – If you select Date Range, specify the date  
range, month, and year (Fig. 13).  
NOTE: You can define any number of special events in a  
schedule.  
To define a schedule for special events:  
1.  
Click Special Event on the Properties page. The  
Special Event page appears.  
Fig. 13. Add Special Event dialog box - Date Range.  
Fig. 11. Schedule Properties page - Special Event.  
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Week and Day – If you select Week and Day, specify the  
month, week, and year (Fig. 14).  
Table 2. Default Canadian Holidays.  
Name  
New Year’s Days  
Canada Day  
Day  
January 1st  
July 1st  
Labour Day  
The first Monday in September  
The second Monday in October  
November 11th  
Thanksgiving Day  
Remembrance Day  
Christmas Day  
Boxing Day  
December 25th  
December 26th  
To add the pre-configured holidays:  
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Select the US Calendar or Canadian Holidays using the  
drop-down list on the Special Event page.  
Click Add. The selected (US or Canadian) pre-  
configured list of holidays is added and is displayed in  
tabular format.  
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IMPORTANT  
Special events are not executed if you commit an  
Fig. 14. Add Special Event dialog box - Week and Day.  
error in specifying them. WebVision cannot validate  
the dates you enter for a special event. No error is  
shown if you configure wrong dates for special event,  
provided the dates are in the specified format.  
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Enter/select the following information under Select State  
State – Occupied, Unoccupied, and Standby.  
Start Time – The time to start the special event.  
End Time – The time to end the special event.  
NOTE: By default the occupancy state is 24 hours  
Unoccupied.  
Delete Schedules  
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Click OK to save the settings.  
To delete a schedule:  
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Click the Schedule tab.  
NOTE: Click Cancel to close the window without saving the  
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Select the check box corresponding to the schedule you  
want to delete from the Schedules Name list.  
Click Delete. A confirmation message appears.  
Click OK to confirm the deletion.  
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Default holiday list  
Table 1 and Table 2 list the default holidays for the US and  
Canada.  
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NOTE: Click Cancel to cancel deletion.  
Table 1. Default US Holidays.  
TIP: To delete all schedules at once, check the All check box  
in the header and click Delete.  
Name  
Day  
New Year’s Days  
January 1st  
Replicate Schedule  
Martin Luther King Jr. Day The third Monday in January  
You can replicate one schedule at a time. A maximum of 10  
copies of the selected schedule can be replicated. Click  
Replicate to replicate that schedule.  
Presidents Day  
Memorial Day  
Independence Day  
Labor Day  
The third Monday in February  
The last Monday in May  
July 4th  
To replicate a schedule:  
The first Monday in September  
The second Monday in October  
November 11th  
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Click the Schedule tab.  
Click Replicate. The Replicate Schedule box is  
displayed.  
Columbus day  
Veterans Day  
Thanksgiving Day  
Christmas Day  
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Enter the number of copies that you want to create.  
Add a prefix or suffix to the new replicated schedule's  
name in the Label text box.  
The fourth Thursday in November  
December 25th  
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Click OK to confirm the replication.  
NOTE: Click Cancel to cancel replication.  
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NOTE: Select the check box in the header row to select all  
the listed alarms.  
Alarms  
Alarm Name – List of all alarm names.  
Device Name – Lists all devices on which alarms are set.  
To view the details of any device, click the respective  
device.  
Viewing alarms  
A device configured with alarm settings is set when the value  
of a point satisfies the alarm condition of that device.  
Description – Indicates the condition that raised the  
alarm.  
Occurrence Time – Indicates the date and time when the  
Use the Alarms tab to view and acknowledge alarms that are  
raised on various devices. You can filter alarms based on  
occurrence, acknowledgment status, ack time, RTN time,  
priority, and so on. You can setup alarms, define their limits,  
and prioritize them. You can also acknowledge alarms and  
delete acknowledged alarms.  
alarm was raised.  
Priority – Indicates the priority level of an alarm. There are  
ten priority levels defined in WebVision - 1 through 10. 1 is  
low and 10 is the highest priority level.  
Alarm State – Indicates alarm acknowledgement status.  
Acknowledged by – Indicates the user who acknowledged  
the alarm.  
Acknowledge Time – Indicates the date and time when  
the alarm was acknowledged.  
Return to Normal Time – Indicates the date and time  
when the alarm returned to the normal condition.  
Alarm priorities can be set for each type of alarm condition.  
The alarm priority can range from 1 to 10 and is used to  
determine E-Mail alarm message recipients. High priority  
alarms have a higher reporting priority. For example, system  
alarms (for example, low battery) are always high priority.  
E-Mail alarm messages can be sent to a maximum of 50 E-  
Mail addresses. Any E-Mail alarm message can be sent to  
any combination of 50 E-Mail addresses based on the priority  
assigned.  
TIP: Check the Enable Auto Refresh check box to enable  
the auto refresh feature. The page is refreshed every 30  
seconds.  
When you add a device, all the default alarms present in that  
device are added to WebVision. All the default alarms are  
enabled.  
To acknowledge an alarm:  
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Click the Alarms tab. The View Alarms page appears.  
An alarm is raised when the value of a point on a device on  
which an alarm condition is configured satisfies the alarm  
condition. The View Alarms page displays a list of alarms  
raised on devices along with information such as description  
of the alarm, occurrence time of the alarm, the time when the  
alarm was acknowledged, return to normal time, the priority of  
the alarm, and so on.  
To filter and view alarms:  
Click the Alarms tab. The View Alarms page appears.  
The following information appears in a tabular format:  
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Fig. 16. View Alarms page.  
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Select the check box corresponding to the alarm you  
want to acknowledge.  
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Click Ack Alarm.  
The alarm is acknowledged. The time and date when  
the alarm is acknowledged appears in the Ack Time  
column. The user name is displayed in the Ack By  
column.  
TIP: Select the check box in the header row to select all the  
alarms for acknowledgment simultaneously.  
Fig. 15. Alarms Tab.  
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down list. The selected values are reflected in  
the Alarm Setup screen. Type a Display Name  
for the point.  
Exporting Alarms  
You can export alarms on WebVision.  
To export alarms:  
NOTE: The alarm condition depends on the type of selected  
point. If it is a numeric point, you must provide Alarm  
High Limit and Alarm Low Limit. If it is a discrete  
value (Enumerated or Boolean) point, then select an  
alarm value in the possible point value list in the  
combo box.  
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Click the Alarms tab. The View Alarms page appears.  
Click Export All Alarms to download all the alarms at  
once.  
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A .csv file is displayed.  
Click Open to open the file and click Save to save the  
file on your computer.  
Example: For Occupancy State, you can select alarm value as  
Unoccupied in which case WebVision raises an alarm  
whenever the point has Unoccupied as its value.  
To E-Mail alarms:  
1.  
Select the alarms you would want to e-mail by clicking  
the corresponding check boxes.  
Select Alarm value – This option is available for  
enum and boolean values. Select the required  
alarm value from the drop down list.  
Limits:  
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Click E-Mail. An Enter Email Addresses box is  
displayed. Enter a list of e-mail addresses to which the  
selected alarms must be E-Mailed. The list must be  
separated by a semicolon (;).  
High Limit – Select or type the higher limit of a  
device beyond which an alarm is raised.  
Low Limit – Select or type the lower limit of the  
device below which an alarm is raised.  
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Click Ok. The selected alarms are E-Mailed to those  
recipients.  
NOTE: For numeric values, Limits are listed and for enum  
and boolean values the Select Alarm Value is listed.  
Alarm Configuration and Use  
Description – Description of the alarm.  
Set Priority As – Indicates the priority of the  
alarm. Set 1 for low priority and 10 for High  
priority. It can be Low, Medium, or High. Priority  
is configured depending on the device's  
configurations and settings  
To add new alarms:  
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Click the Alarms tab. The View Alarms page appears.  
Click the Alarm Setup tab on View Alarms page. The  
Alarm Setup page appears.  
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Enable – Click Yes to enable the alarm along  
with its configuration. Checking this option,  
displays the alarm in the View Alarms page.  
Click No to disable the alarm.  
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Click Save to save the settings.  
To edit an alarm configuration:  
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Select an alarm from the alarm's list to edit it. The  
selected alarm's details appear.  
Modify the required fields as described in step 4 of “To  
add new alarms:”.  
Click Save to save the settings.  
NOTE: You can enable or disable an alarm from the Alarm  
Setup screen. For example, click from the  
table on the Alarm Setup page to disable an alarm.  
To delete an alarm:  
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Click the Alarms tab. The View Alarms page appears.  
Select the check box corresponding to the alarm you  
want to delete.  
Fig. 17. Alarm Setup page.  
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Click Add Alarm. The Add Alarm page appears.  
Enter the Alarm Name and select the desired Points:  
3. Click Delete Alarm. A confirmation message appears.  
4. Click OK to confirm the deletion.  
Alarm Name – The name of the alarm.  
Select Points:  
Channel – The selected channel.  
Device – The selected device.  
Point – The selected point.  
Select Point – Click Select Point. The Select  
Point dialog box is displayed. Select a Channel,  
Device, and Point from the corresponding drop  
NOTES:  
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Click Cancel to cancel the deletion.  
Only Acknowledged Alarms can be deleted.  
TIP: To delete all alarms at once, select the Alarm Name  
check box and click Delete Alarm.  
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To replicate an alarm:  
Add, Edit, or Delete Alarm E-Mail Recipient  
To add an alarm E-Mail recipient's details:  
1.  
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Click the Alarms tab. The View Alarms page appears.  
Click the Alarm Setup tab on the View Alarms page.  
The Alarm Setup page appears.  
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1.  
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Click the Alarms tab. The View Alarms page appears.  
Click the Alarm E-Mail Notification Setup tab on the  
View Alarms page. The Alarm E-Mail Notification  
Setup page appears.  
3.  
Click  
corresponding to the alarm that you want to  
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replicate. The Replicate Alarm dialog box appears.  
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5
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Type the alarm name in the Alarm Name text box.  
Select an alarm and device that you want to replicate  
from the Replicate Alarm and Device drop-down list.  
Choose a prefix or suffix to name the replicated copy of  
the alarm. Select the Prefix with or Suffix with option as  
required.  
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Click Add Alarm E-Mail Recipient. The Add Alarm  
E-Mail Recipient page appears.  
Select the recipient type using the Select Recipient  
Type drop-down list.  
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6.  
For an External recipient, enter:  
Recipient Name – Name of the recipient.  
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Type a label name for the alarm in the Label text box.  
Click Replicate to confirm the replication.  
Recipient E-Mail ID – E-Mail ID of the recipient.  
For an Internal recipient, enter:  
Select User – Select the type of the user using  
the drop-down list.  
NOTE: Click Cancel to cancel the replication.  
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Select the alarm priorities that must be informed to the  
recipient. Check the Select All check box to select all  
the alarm priorities.  
To setup alarm E-Mail notification:  
1.  
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Click the Alarms tab. The View Alarms page appears.  
Click the Alarm E-Mail Notification Setup tab on the  
View Alarms page.  
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Click Save to add a new recipient.  
NOTE: Click Cancel to abort the action.  
To edit an alarm E-Mail recipient's details:  
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2
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Click the Alarms tab. The View Alarms page appears.  
Click the alarm name that you want to edit. The Alarm  
Setup page of the selected alarm appears.  
Edit the fields as explained in step 3 of “To add an alarm  
E-Mail recipient's details:”.  
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4
Click Save to save the changes.  
NOTE: Click Cancel to abort the action.  
NOTE: The alarm priority information for internal user is  
available in the user account configuration page.  
To delete an alarm E-Mail notification recipient:  
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2
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Click the Alarms tab. The View Alarms page appears.  
Click Alarm E-Mail Notification Setup. The Alarm E-  
Mail Notification Setup page appears.  
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4
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Select a user from the Name list that you want to delete.  
Click Delete to delete the selected recipient.  
Fig. 18. Alarm E-Mail Notification Setup Tab.  
TIP: To delete all recipients at once, check the All check box  
in the header and click Delete.  
3.  
The Alarm E-Mail Notification Setup page appears  
with the following information in the tabular format:  
TIP: Select the check box in the header row to select all the  
Trends  
listed alarms e-mail recipients.  
Trends depict the values of points over time in a graphical  
format. Use the Trends tab to view trends for the selected  
points over a period ranging from a day to a year.  
Name – Lists names of the users who will receive  
the alarm E-Mail notification.  
E-Mail ID – Lists the E-Mail IDs of the  
You can store a maximum of 1000 samples per trend. By  
default you can store 500 samples per trend. Once you cross  
the limit, the oldest sample is overwritten and rolled over  
based on trend configuration. Five trends can be plotted  
simultaneously. For example, outside air temperature and  
space temperature plotted for a period of one month.  
corresponding users.  
Recipient Type – Lists the type of user.  
Associated Alarm Priorities – Lists the alarm  
priorities associated to the corresponding user if the  
user is external. Alarm priorities range from 1 to 10.  
1
being the lowest priority level and 10 being the  
highest priority level. Check Select All to select all  
the alarm priorities.  
A trend point can be a data point from any supported  
LONWORKS network device. A data point can be used in  
multiple trend configuration. There are few default sample  
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trends stored in WebVision. You cannot delete these sample  
trends. However, you can create new trends. The trends  
created by you are called User Defined trends.  
Enable/Disable – Indicates if a trend is enabled or  
disabled. Click the Enable or Disable buttons to  
enable/disable the trend.  
When you add a device, all the default trends present in that  
device are added to WebVision. All the default trends are  
disabled.  
TIP: Use Filters to quickly search the required trend.  
Use one of the following filter options to search for the  
required trend:  
You can create and view a maximum of 100 trends.  
Channel Name  
Trend Type  
Trend Name  
Device Name  
Point Name  
Point Group  
To view trends:  
Click the Trends tab. The View Trends page appears with the  
following information:  
TIP: To quickly search the trends, type the first letter of the  
required filter criteria in the Keyword text box and type  
an asterisk (*). This lists all the names starting with the  
first letter that you have written in the Keyword text box.  
Plotting trends  
NOTES:  
1.  
A security warning message appears when you  
access the Trends page and prompts you to  
download the applet. Click Yes to continue.  
A Java plug-in version 1.6 and above must be  
installed to view the trend chart.  
2.  
To plot a trend:  
1.  
2.  
3.  
4.  
Click the Trends tab. The View Trends page appears.  
Select a trend from the Configured Trends list to plot.  
Click Plot Trend. The Plot Trend dialog box appears.  
Enter the following parameters:  
Select Start Time – Click  
to select the start  
date and enter the start time in hours and minutes.  
Fig. 19. Trends page.  
Select End Time  Click to select the end date  
and enter the end time in hours and minutes.  
Trend Name – The unique name for the Trend.  
Device – Indicates the location on the device.  
Points – Indicates the points whose readings are  
required to generate a trend.  
Trend Type – Indicates type of trend. For instance it  
can be a user defined trend.  
NOTE: Start time must be less than the end time.  
5.  
Click OK to view the graphical representation of the  
trend or click Cancel to cancel the trend.  
Channel – Indicates the channel on which the devices  
are present.  
Sampling Interval – Indicates the time interval  
between two successive read operations on the point.  
One hour is the default setting.  
Viewing plotted trends  
The view of the trends plotted have the following information:  
Plotted Trends – Lists the name of the trends that are  
plotted.  
Start Time – Select the start time, if required.  
End Time – Select the end time, if required.  
Re-Plot Trends – After selecting the Start and End time  
select this option to re-plot the trend with the new time  
range.  
Download Trendlog – Click this button to download trend  
log in .csv format for the plotted trends.  
Ok – Click Ok to go back to the View Trends screen.  
The sampling interval time can range from a few  
minutes to a day. The range covered is:  
15 seconds  
30 seconds  
60 seconds (1 minute)  
900 seconds (15 minutes)  
1800 seconds (30 minutes)  
2700 seconds (45 minutes)  
3600 seconds (60 minutes)  
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The sampling interval time can range from a few  
seconds to a few minutes. The range covered is:  
Trend Setup and Use  
15 seconds  
30 seconds  
60 seconds (1 minute)  
900 seconds (15 minutes)  
1800 seconds (30 minutes)  
2700 seconds (45 minutes)  
3600 seconds (60 minutes)  
TIP: You can enable or disable trends from the Trends Setup  
screen.  
To setup a trend:  
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2
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Click the Trends tab. The View Trends page appears.  
Click the Trend Setup tab. The Trend Setup page  
appears.  
Change of Value – Indicates that the next sample  
is collected when the point value changes. This  
results in less number of samples getting collected  
for plotting the same trend as compared to Periodic  
Sampling. Change Tolerance is required only for  
numeric points. Select a numeric point from the  
Select Point option and type a tolerance value after  
which the data logging begins.  
Trend Limit – Roll Over is the default selection.  
This option trends the point forever.  
Roll Over – Indicates that the readings of  
sampling are generated continuously. When the  
sample limit is reached, the oldest sample is  
replaced with the next sample and trending  
continues in that fashion.  
Stop when full – Indicates that the trend  
sampling is stopped after it reaches the set limit.  
Max number of Samples – The maximum  
number of samples. Select the number of  
samples to be generated from the list.  
NOTE: WebVision uses the polling mechanism to read point  
values at regular interval. It may take up to 30  
seconds to detect a point value. If the point value  
changes at a higher frequency than 30 seconds,  
WebVision may not be able to detect the changes.  
Fig. 20. Trend Setup tab.  
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Click Save to save the settings.  
To add a new trend:  
1.  
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Click the Trends tab. The View Trends page appears.  
Click the Trend Setup tab. The Trend Setup page  
appears.  
NOTE: Click Cancel to clear the fields.  
2
To edit trends:  
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Click . The Add New Trend page appears.  
Enter/select the following details:  
1.  
2.  
3.  
4.  
Click the Trends Setup tab. The View Trends page  
appears.  
Select a Trend from the Trends list. The details of the  
selected Trend appear.  
Modify the required fields as described in step 4 of “To  
add a new trend:”.  
Click Save to save the settings.  
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NOTE: All the fields in this section are mandatory.  
Trend Name – The unique name for the trend.  
Select Point – Click Select Point. Select a Channel,  
Device, and Point. Click OK. The selected values  
appear in the respective fields.  
NOTE: Click Cancel to cancel the settings.  
NOTE: Start time must be less than the end time.  
To delete a trend:  
Start Time – The start time of the sampling period.  
Click to select the date, month, and year  
End Time – Check Enable End Time to enable the  
end time field. The end time of the sampling period.  
Click to select the date, month, and year.  
Trend Type – Indicates the type of trend.  
1. Click the Trends tab. The View Trends page appears.  
2.  
Go to Trends Setup. Select the trend that you want to  
delete from the Trends listed on the left corner of the  
screen.  
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Click Delete. A confirmation message appears.  
Click OK to confirm the deletion.  
Periodic Sampling – Indicates the time interval  
between two successive read operations on the  
point. Select Periodic Sampling option and in the  
Sampling Interval list, select the desired time  
interval.  
NOTE: Click Cancel to cancel the deletion.  
TIP: To delete all the trends simultaneously, select the check  
box in the column header and click Delete Trend.  
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Table 3. Role Matrix. (Continued)  
Users  
You can create a maximum of 30 user profiles. You must be  
familiar with User ID and Password security standards to  
enforce user compliance when creating a user profile. As  
WebVision is a secure server, you need to log in with a pre-  
assigned user ID and password. The user ID and password  
combination determine your access level, which in turn  
determine the kind of operator and configuration functions  
performed.  
Privilege  
ID  
Depends  
On  
Facility  
Contractor Manager Tenant  
Privileges  
Graphics (continued)  
5
Edit Graphics  
4
4
P
Xb  
X
X
6
7
8
Add Graphics  
P
P
P
X
P
P
Schedules  
P
View Summary  
Screen  
P
The Network Administrator must be familiar with user ID and  
password security standards and enforce user compliance.  
The WebVision System Administrator can be accessed using  
these initial default user ID and password: User ID -  
SysAdmin and Password - !Sys!Admin.  
9
View Schedule  
Configuration  
9
9
P
P
P
P
P
P
X
P
X
X
P
X
P
X
X
10  
Add Schedule  
Configuration  
It is a good practice to add one or more additional users with  
Administrator access level to ensure top level access to  
WebVision. Those with higher access levels have the  
privileges of all the lower levels in addition to the privileges  
unique to that level. These access levels are managed by the  
System Administrator. There can be an individual or many  
System Administrators who are assigned the task of  
managing individuals at different access levels.  
11  
Edit Schedule  
Configuration  
10  
9
1
1
1
2
3
4
Delete Schedule  
Configuration  
Assign Devices to 9,11/12  
Schedule  
Alarms  
P
P
P
P
P
P
NOTE: For security compliance, it is mandatory to change  
your password after the initial login process. Once  
changed, the default password will no longer work.  
Exercise care to create a new password that meets  
the security standards and can be easily  
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View Alarms  
Summary  
1
6
Acknowledge  
Alarms  
16  
16  
P
P
X
1
1
7
8
Delete Alarms  
P
P
X
P
X
X
remembered by the System Administrator.  
View Alarms  
Configurations  
Summary  
Use the Users tab to add users, assign devices to them and  
define their privileges based on their roles. There are four  
types of user roles (see Table 3):  
19  
20  
21  
22  
View Alarm  
Configurations  
19  
19  
20  
19  
16  
P
P
P
P
P
P
X
P
X
P
X
X
X
X
X
Contractor - Contractor is a user with all the privileges  
assigned and can perform all tasks. SysAdmin is a user  
account with contractor privileges that cannot be deleted.  
The privileges cannot be altered. This is to ensure that  
there is at least one contractor available in the system.  
Add Alarm  
Configurations  
Edit Alarm  
Configurations  
Facility Manager - This role represents a Building  
Engineer who maintains HVAC equipment and monitors  
the system with the help of WebVision.  
Delete Alarm  
Configurations  
Tenant - The user assigned to this role has limited access  
to WebVision. The user with the Tenant role has access to  
only those devices which are assigned to the user.  
Balancer - Balancer is a user who performs VAV Balancing  
Job. The user assigned to this role has access to VAV  
devices for WebVision.  
23  
Download Alarm  
Records as CSV  
Files  
2
2
4
5
Suppress Alarms  
19  
P
P
P
P
X
X
Setup Alarm E-  
mail Notifications  
Role Matrix  
See Table 3.  
2
6
View Priority 1  
Alarms  
16  
16  
16  
16  
16  
16  
Cc  
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Table 3. Role Matrix.  
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28  
View Priority 2  
Alarms  
Privilege  
Depends  
Facility  
Contractor Manager Tenant  
ID  
Privileges  
On  
View Priority 3  
Alarms  
C
C
C
C
1
Pa  
P
P
P
P
Graphics  
2
3
3
9
0
1
View Priority 4  
Alarms  
2
Change Controller  
Setpoints  
4
P
View Priority 5  
Alarms  
(
temporary)  
3
4
Override Schedule  
Occupancy  
4
P
P
P
P
P
P
View Priority 6  
Alarms  
View Graphics  
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Table 3. Role Matrix. (Continued)  
Privilege  
ID  
Depends  
On  
Facility  
Contractor Manager Tenant  
Privilege  
ID  
Depends  
On  
Facility  
Contractor Manager Tenant  
Privileges  
Privileges  
System  
Alarms (continued)  
60  
61  
P
P
P
P
32  
33  
34  
35  
View Priority 7  
Alarms  
16  
16  
16  
16  
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
General  
Configuration  
X
X
View Priority 8  
Alarms  
62  
IP Network  
Configuration  
P
X
View Priority 9  
Alarms  
63  
Mail Configuration  
P
P
P
P
X
X
6
4
Change System  
Date and Time  
View Priority 10  
Alarms  
6
6
6
5
6
7
Upgrade Firmware  
Reboot System  
P
P
P
X
P
P
X
X
X
36  
37  
38  
Trends  
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
X
View Trend Graph  
Download System  
Load  
Download Trend  
Data CSV Files  
38  
6
6
7
8
9
0
Download Audit  
Log  
P
P
P
P
C
C
X
C
C
39  
View Trend  
Configurations  
Summary  
P
P
X
Network  
Navigation  
40  
41  
42  
43  
View Trend  
Configurations  
40  
40  
41  
40  
P
P
P
P
P
X
P
X
X
X
X
X
Physical  
Navigation  
Add Trend  
Configurations  
7
7
1
2
WebSuite Network  
P
P
P
P
View Appliance  
Summary  
X
X
Edit Trend  
Configuration  
7
3
Discover  
Appliances on  
Network  
73  
P
X
Delete Trend  
Configuration  
4
4
5
Users  
P
P
P
P
7
4
5
Add New  
Appliance  
73  
73  
P
P
X
X
X
X
4
View User  
Summary  
X
X
X
X
X
7
Enable Network  
Firmware at  
Network Level  
46  
47  
48  
49  
ViewUserAccount  
Information  
46  
46  
47  
46  
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Add New User  
Accounts  
76  
77  
78  
Change Master  
Ownership  
73  
73  
P
P
X
X
X
X
Edit User  
Accounts  
Change Network  
User Password  
Delete User  
Accounts  
DLC  
P
P
P
P
X
X
7
8
9
0
Configure DLC  
X
X
5
0
1
Devices  
P
P
P
P
View Load  
Summary  
5
View Device  
Summary  
52  
52  
X
X
8
8
8
8
1
2
3
4
Add Load  
Delete Load  
Edit Load  
81  
81  
81  
P
P
P
P
X
X
X
P
X
X
X
X
52  
Discover Devices  
on the Network  
P
X
5
3
4
Add New Device  
52  
52  
P
P
X
X
X
X
Monitor DLC  
Status  
5
Copy an Existing  
Device  
a
b
c
5
5
Download/Upload  
Device  
Configuration  
52  
P
P
X
The letter P means the role has that privilege.  
The letter X means the role does not have that privilege.  
The letter C means that the user can be given that privilege  
when configuring his/her account.  
56  
7
Delete Device  
52  
52  
P
P
X
P
X
X
5
Invoke Device  
Configuration  
Wizard  
5
8
9
Match Device  
52  
52  
P
P
X
P
X
X
5
Change Setpoints  
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View list of Users  
The list of users provides information on WebVision users  
such as their names, roles, and e-mail IDs.  
To add a user:  
1. On the Users page, click the Add User button. The  
Properties page appears.  
To view the list of users:  
1.  
Click the Users tab. The Users page appears.  
Fig. 22. Add User - Properties page.  
2.  
Enter the account information of the user:  
 User ID  The unique user ID. It must have a  
Fig. 21. Users page.  
minimum of 6 characters.  
TIP: Use Filters to quickly search the required user.  
TIP: You can use a maximum of 30 characters and a  
minimum of 6 characters to set your user ID. The  
permitted characters include a-z, A-Z, _, 0-9. The  
following characters are not allowed: !, @, #, $, %, ^, *, -  
Use one of the following filter options to search for the  
required user:  
User ID  
Role  
Email ID  
,
and |.  
User Name – The user name.  
Password – Type your password.  
TIP: To quickly search the users, type the first letter of the  
required filter criteria in the Keyword text box and type  
an asterisk (*). This lists all the names starting with the  
first letter that you have written in the Keyword text box.  
TIP: You can use a maximum of 30 characters and a  
minimum of 6 characters to set your password. The  
permitted characters include a-z, A-Z, _, 0-9. The  
following characters are not allowed: !, @, #, $, %, ^, *, -  
2.  
The following information appears in a tabular format:  
User Name – Displays the name of the user name.  
Role – Displays the role assigned to the user.  
Email ID – Displays the user's e-mail ID for  
communication.  
,
and |.  
Confirm Password – Retype your password.  
Password Recovery Question – Select the  
Password Reminder Question.  
Password Recovery Answer – Type an answer for  
the above question.  
Role – The role or designation of the user. Select  
the role from the list.  
Phone Number – Displays the user's phone  
number.  
Enable/Disable – Displays the user's status. Click  
Enable to enable the user or Disable to disable the  
user.  
NOTE: Select the check box in the header row to select all  
the users listed.  
Show this user – The view authorized to the user.  
Network Sidebar – The user is authorized to view  
only the network side bar view.  
Locations Sidebar – The user is authorized to view  
only the locations view.  
Preferred Language – The user defined language.  
Select the language from the list.  
Add/Edit Users  
While adding a user:  
Configure information related to User Name, Password,  
Contact Information, and User Role Information through  
the Properties tab.  
3
.
.
Enter the Personal Information of the user:  
Email ID – Type the user's e-mail ID.  
Office Phone – The user's office contact number.  
Residence Phone – The user's residence contact  
number.  
Assign Devices to the user being created using the Access  
on this WebVision tab.  
Add new User only in the WebVision that is configured as  
Network Server in networked WebVision.  
Mobile Phone – The user's mobile contact number.  
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Set the Show Alarm Status. Select the alarm priorities  
for which you want status update. The numbers are  
listed from 1 through 10. The user can see only those  
alarms whose corresponding priority is checked in this  
step. Check Select All to view all the alarms  
simultaneously.  
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5.  
Click the Access on this WebVision tab. The Access  
on this WebVision page appears. You can select  
various options from Device Access, Schedule Access,  
and Locations View Access. Check Select All to select  
all the options simultaneously.  
To view the list of devices:  
1.  
Click the Devices tab. The Device List page appears.  
The following information appears in a tabular format:  
Use this option to assign customized access to users.  
Fig. 24. Devices Tab - Device List page.  
Fig. 23. Access on this WebVision page.  
TIP: Use Filters to view the required list.  
6
.
Click Save to save the user properties.  
Use one of the following filter options to search for the  
required device: Channel, Device Name, Device Type,  
Status, Mode.  
To edit a user:  
Select a user from the User list, and make the required  
changes as explained in the above section.  
Device Name – Name of the device.  
Device Type – Type of the device.  
Status – Status of the device, it can be online or  
offline.  
To delete users:  
Neuron ID – Each LONWORKS Controller node has  
a 48 bit unique identifier, called the Neuron ID. This  
is used to address the nodes on the LONWORKS  
network.  
Mode – Mode of the device, it can be auto or  
manual.  
Subnet/Node ID – A mask that is used to determine  
the subnet of a network. Subnetting enables the  
network administrator to further divide the host part  
of the address into two or more subnets.  
Channel – The channel on which the device is  
present.  
NOTE: Any user who has user management privileges can  
add or remove a user.  
1.  
On the Users page, click the name of the user you want  
to delete from Users Name column.  
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Click Delete. A confirmation message appears.  
Click OK to confirm the deletion.  
IMPORTANT  
SysAdmin is a user account with contractor  
privileges that cannot be deleted. A SysAdmin's  
privileges cannot be altered. This is to ensure that  
there is at least one contractor available in the  
system.  
Synced On – Date and time on which the device is  
last downloaded or uploaded.  
Replicate – Click Replicate to replicate the device  
settings.  
To enable/disable a user:  
Click Enable to enable a user.  
Click Disable to disable a user.  
To add a device:  
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Click the Devices tab. The Device List page appears.  
Click . The Add Device dialog box appears.  
Enter the following details:  
2.  
Devices  
Device List  
You can view all the devices present in WebVision. All the  
information related to name, type, status, and so on is  
available.  
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Device Name – Name of the device.  
Channel – The channel on which the device is  
present.  
Device Type – Type of the device.  
Model – Type the model number of the device.  
Application Type – Type of application that is  
required for the selected device.  
Application Version – Type the version of  
application used.  
Application File – Application that must run on the  
device. Click Browse to upload an application file.  
Neuron ID – The 48 bit unique identifier each  
LONWORKS Controller node has. This is used to  
address the nodes on a LONWORKS network.  
Description – Description of the device.  
Fig. 26. Devices Tab - Device List - Discover button.  
NOTES:  
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Select a channel on which you want to discover  
devices.  
Click Discover to start discovery. Once the discovery is  
completed, WebVision lists the discovered new devices  
on the left side list.  
If you want to match a discovered device against an  
existing device in WebVision, select the discovered  
device on the left side list and select the existing device  
on the right side list and click Match.  
1.  
All the fields marked with an asterisk (*) are  
mandatory. However, it is advised to provide all  
the information in the fields, so that WebVision  
can provide more manageable features.  
The above listed parameters form a  
comprehensive list. The appearance of these  
parameters vary depending upon the selected  
device.  
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5.  
3.  
Click Add to add the device.  
NOTE: Check the Select All check box to select all the  
NOTE: Click Cancel to abort the action.  
devices simultaneously.  
NOTE: To support 3rd party devices other than the  
controllers listed in the dialog box, you must have a  
corresponding Niagara LNML file that contains  
information about the device and its points. This file  
has to be uploaded while adding a device to  
WebVision. WebVision allows you to create alarms  
and trends on the 3rd party devices. WebVision  
cannot drive the device's scheduled occupancy  
state, do energy management using DLC, or do VAV  
balancing for 3rd party devices.  
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Click Add to add discovered devices as new devices to  
WebVision. The selected device gets added to the  
Available Devices list.  
Click OK to save the settings.  
Click Log to view the discovery status.  
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NOTE: Click Cancel to abort the action.  
NOTE: After discovering the devices you must upload the  
device bindings to save the existing bindings onto  
WebVision. This prevents you from losing the  
existing binding, while downloading the new binding.  
To upload, see “To upload device bindings:” on  
page 19.  
To discover devices:  
You can discover the devices available on the network and  
then add them to WebVision.  
NOTE: Once a device is selected in the Discovered Device  
table, only the matching device type in the Available  
devices table is enabled for selection.  
Deleting Devices  
Deleting a device removes it from the device list as well as  
from all other configurations such as trends, alarms, special  
displays, DLC and schedules. Any alarms generated before  
the device was deleted is still displayed on the Alarms page.  
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Click the Devices tab. The Device List page appears.  
Click Discover. The Discover Device in the network  
dialog box appears. The discovered devices are  
displayed.  
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NOTE: You will not be able to see the deleted device in any  
of the pages until it is discovered and added using  
device add or discovery operation.  
When you delete a device (that provides current power input),  
the DLC service is disabled. All the alarms generated by a  
device are available on the Alarms Summary screen.  
However, the link present on the device fails, when the device  
is deleted. Both trend configuration and trend data gets  
deleted from the database.  
To delete a device:  
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Click the Devices tab. The Device List page appears.  
Select the devices that you want to delete by checking  
the corresponding check box.  
3.  
Click Delete to delete the devices.  
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Click OK to confirm the deletion.  
4. Choose a prefix or suffix to name the replicated copy of  
the device. Select the Prefix with or Suffix with option as  
required.  
TIP: To delete all devices at once, check the All check box in  
the header and click Delete.  
5. Type a label name for the device in the Label text box.  
6.  
Click OK to save the settings.  
Set Mode to Auto  
Sometimes when debugging a device, you set the mode to  
manual. The Set Mode to Auto feature is a simple option to  
set the devices back to auto mode.  
NOTE: Click Cancel to abort the action.  
Device Binding  
Binding refers to a configured association either within a  
device, or between separate devices on a LONWORKS  
network.  
To set the devices to auto mode:  
1.  
2.  
3.  
Click the Devices tab. The Device List page appears.  
Select the devices that you want to set to auto mode.  
Click Set Mode to Auto to set the devices to auto  
mode. A success message appears indicating that the  
devices have been set to auto mode.  
To view a list of bound devices:  
1.  
Click Devices on the WebVision page. The Device  
List page is displayed.  
2.  
Click Device Binding. The Device Binding page is  
displayed.  
NOTE: Check the Select All check box to select all the  
devices simultaneously.  
NOTE: Select the required channel from the Select Channel  
drop-down list.  
Download Device Configuration  
Once you have made all of the necessary configuration  
settings to a device in WebVision, you will need to download  
the configuration to the device.  
3. The following information displays in tabular format:  
Source Device – Lists the source device involved in  
the binding.  
Source Point – Lists the network object/point of the  
source device that is involved in the binding.  
Target Device – Lists the target device involved in  
the binding.  
Target Point – Lists the network object/point of the  
target device that is involved in the binding.  
Link Status – Shows the binding status. The status  
can be bound or unbound.  
To download a device:  
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Click the Devices tab. The Device List page appears.  
Select the devices that you want to download by  
checking the corresponding check boxes.  
Click Download to download the selected devices. The  
Downloading Device Information bar indicates the  
progress of download.  
3.  
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Click Log to view the download status.  
To add devices for binding:  
1. Click Devices on the WebVision page. The Device  
List page is displayed.  
NOTE: Click Cancel to abort the action.  
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Click Device Binding. The Device Binding page is  
displayed.  
Click Add. The Add Device Binding box is displayed.  
Upload Device Configuration  
You can upload device configuration from a device on to  
WebVision.  
3.  
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Select the following:  
Channel  
To upload configurations from a device:  
Source Device  
Source Point  
Target Device  
Target Point  
1.  
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Click the Devices tab. The Device List page appears.  
Select the devices whose configurations you want to  
upload.  
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Click Upload to upload the settings.  
Click Log to view the upload status.  
5. Click OK. The binding is created in WebVision and has  
to be downloaded to the controllers.  
NOTE: Click Cancel to abort the action.  
To delete bindings:  
1.  
Click Devices on the WebVision page. The Device  
List page is displayed.  
Replicate Devices  
You can replicate existing devices in WebVision.  
2.  
Click Device Binding. The Device Binding page is  
displayed.  
To replicate a device:  
3. Select a pair of bounded devices that you want to delete  
and click Delete. The bindings in WebVision are  
deleted. You have to invoke download to delete the  
bindings in the devices.  
1.  
Click the Devices tab. The Device List page appears.  
2.  
Click  
corresponding to the device that you want  
to replicate. The Replicate Device dialog box displays  
and the selected device displays in the Replicate  
Device list.  
To download device bindings:  
1.  
Click Devices on the WebVision page. The Device  
List page is displayed.  
3.  
Select the number of copies that you want to create  
using the Number of copies to be created selection field.  
2. Click Device Binding. The Device Binding page is  
displayed.  
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Click Download. The binding settings are downloaded  
on the selected channel.  
To edit a point group:  
1.  
Select a name of the point group that you want to edit in  
the Point Groups drop-down list.  
To upload device bindings:  
2. Click Edit Point Group. The selected details of the  
Point Group are displayed. Follow the procedure as  
explained in step 4 of “To add a point group:” and make  
the required changes.  
1.  
2.  
3.  
Click Devices on the WebVision page. The Device  
List page is displayed.  
Click Device Binding. The Device Binding page is  
displayed.  
Click Upload. The binding settings are uploaded on the  
selected channel.  
To delete a point group:  
1.  
2.  
3.  
Click the Devices tab. The Device List page appears.  
Click the Points tab. The Point List page appears.  
Click Add Point Group. The Add Point page is  
displayed.  
Point List  
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Select a name of the point group that you want to delete  
in the Point Groups drop-down list.  
Point Group  
Point groups are used for monitoring and diagnostics of  
controllers. You can create a maximum of fifty point groups in  
WebVision and add a maximum of fifty points to each point  
group.  
5. Click Delete Point Group. A confirmation message  
appears.  
6.  
Click Yes to delete the selected points.  
NOTE: Click No to abort the action.  
To view point groups:  
1.  
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Click the Devices tab. The Device List page appears.  
Click the Point List tab. The Point List page appears  
with points present in the first point group.  
The list of points is displayed with the following  
information in tabular format:  
Device Configuration  
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This section describes how to view and setup a device  
graphic and describes the configuration options.  
3.  
To view device graphic:  
Point Name – Indicates the name of the point.  
Device Name – Indicates the name of the device.  
Channel – Indicates the channel being used.  
Value – Indicates the value of the point. If the point  
is read only point, it appears as a label. If the point is  
writable point, it appears in a text box/select box  
with a Write button against it.  
1.  
On the left corner of the screen, WebVision is listed.  
Expand WebVision to view all the devices associated  
with it.  
2. Select a device from the list of devices in WebVision.  
Click the corresponding link to view the properties of  
that device.  
Write – Click Write to write a point value on a  
controller.  
3. Click the Graphics tab. The View Graphics page  
appears.  
4.  
You can view the graphic linked to that device. All other  
parameters, for example, Air Flow, Setpoint, Space (as  
configured for the device) also appear on the screen.  
To add a point group:  
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Click the Devices tab. The Device List page appears.  
Click the Points tab. The Point List page appears.  
Click Add Point Group. The Add Point page is  
displayed.  
Type the name of the point group in the Point Group  
Name field.  
All the points in that group are listed in a tabular format.  
Click Add Point to add a point. A point selection dialog  
comes up. Select a point and click OK to add the point  
to the group.  
Repeat step 5 to add all the required points to the  
group.  
To setup a graphic:  
1. Select a device from the list of devices in WebVision.  
Click the corresponding link to view the properties of  
that device.  
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2.  
Click the Graphics tab. The View Graphics page  
appears. Click Setup Graphic. The Setup Graphics  
page appears.  
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3. You can add up to 3 links to the default graphic. The  
links can point to another graphic or to an external Web  
Site.  
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Select the required points that you want to delete from  
the Point List page.  
Click Delete Point. A confirmation message appears.  
Click Save to save settings.  
Configuration  
The following options can be used for all the above mentioned  
devices:  
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Import Application – Use this option to restore the backed  
up configuration.  
Export Application – Use this option to download  
NOTE: Click Cancel to abort the action.  
TIP: You can create a maximum of fifty point groups in  
WebVision and add a maximum of fifty points to each  
point group.  
configuration settings.  
Reset – Use this option to reset the configuration settings  
to the last saved configuration settings.  
Back – Use this option for navigation.  
Next – Use this option for navigation.  
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Save – Any change done in the UI is automatically saved  
locally in the Web UI. To save the modified configuration in  
the WebVision click Save. To write the saved data onto  
device, use the Device Download option.  
Balancing  
This process helps the VAV devices to calibrate their flow  
sensors for better air flow control.  
NOTE: To perform balancing ensure that the VAV device is  
online.  
Set Points  
NOTE: The Setpoints tab appears only for the supported  
To view the Balancing page:  
devices.  
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Click the Balancing tab. The Balancing page appears.  
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The following information is displayed in tabular format:  
To set the setpoint for a device:  
Device Name: Name of the device  
Channel Name: Name of the channel on which the  
device exists.  
Balanced On: Balancing status. It can be Balanced  
or Not Balanced.  
On the left corner of the screen, WebVision is listed. Expand  
WebVision to view all the devices associated with it.  
1.  
Select a device from the list of devices in WebVision.  
Click the corresponding link to view the properties of  
that device.  
NOTE: Use Filters to quickly search the required device.  
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Click the SetPoints tab. The SetPoints page appears.  
Select the following parameters:  
Use one of the following filter options to search for the  
required device:  
Permanent Set points:  
Device Name  
Device Type  
Is Balanced  
Occupied: Specify the Cooling SetPoints and  
the Heating SetPoints.  
Standby: Specify the Cooling SetPoints and the  
Heating SetPoints.  
Unoccupied: Specify the Cooling SetPoints and  
the Heating SetPoints.  
Select the override duration, if any, using the  
Override Duration for Setpoint and  
Occupancy State drop-down list.  
NOTE: To quickly search the devices, type the first letter of  
the required filter criteria in the Keyword text box  
and type an asterisk (*). This lists all the names  
starting with the first letter that you have written in the  
Keyword text box.  
Fan and System Switch:  
To view Balancing details:  
System Switch: Specify the system switch  
mode: Heat, Auto, Cool, or Off.  
Fan Switch: Specify the fan switch mode: On or  
Auto.  
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Click the Balancing tab to display the Balancing page.  
Select a device from the list and click Balance to  
display the balancing details of the selected device.  
View/Edit the following details:  
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Click Save to save the settings.  
Device Name: Name of the VAV device which is  
selected for balancing.  
Sensor Calibration  
Damper Position: Displays the position of the  
damper. This field is non-editable. The damper  
position varies to attain stable air flow.  
NOTE: The Sensor Calibration tab appears only for the  
supported devices that have analog inputs.  
Sensed Airflow: Displays the actual air flow that is  
measured by a pressure sensor connected to the  
VAV device. This field is non-editable.  
Max Airflow Setpoint: This allows you to set the  
maximum airflow setpoint. The field is enabled by  
default. Enter the maximum airflow setpoint value,  
use Change max setpoint to write the maximum  
airflow setpoint to the device.  
Start Max Balance: Click on this button to balance  
the device for the maximum air flow setpoint.  
Min Airflow Setpoint: This allows you to set the  
minimum air flow setpoint value which must be less  
than the maximum value. The field is enabled by  
default. It allows you to set the minimum airflow  
setpoint value, use Change min setpoint to write  
the minimum airflow setpoint to the device.  
Start Min Balance: Click on this button to balance  
the device for the minimum air flow setpoint.  
Zero Airflow Setpoint: By default 0 is the setpoint  
value and you cannot edit this field.  
This is a process of configuring the controller to correct error  
in the value provided by the sensor.  
To calibrate a sensor:  
On the left corner of the screen, WebVision is listed. Expand  
WebVision to view all the devices associated with it.  
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Select a device from the list of devices in WebVision.  
Click the corresponding link to view the properties of  
that device.  
Click the Sensor Calibration tab. The Sensor  
Calibration page appears. All the sensors associated  
with the selected device are listed in the Sensor Name  
list. The Actual Reading column lists the actual value  
measured by the sensor.  
Specify the correct value that the controller is supposed  
to measure in Calibrated Value column. The difference  
between the two values is displayed in Calibrated  
offset column. The controller adds the calibrated offset  
value to the measured value to correct the error.  
Click Save to save the settings.  
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Start Zero Balance: Click on this button to balance  
the device for the zero air flow setpoint.  
4.  
Click Save to save the settings.  
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The following are the two types of loads that DLC sheds to  
maintain demand below the peak setpoint:  
To perform Min/Max Balancing:  
Complete the following procedure to do min/max balancing.  
NOTE: To do min/max balancing ensure that the VAV device  
is online.  
Off Continuous Loads  
Off Continuous loads are the first loads that are shed by DLC.  
Once shed, they are not restored immediately. Loads marked  
as Off Continuous generally control the loads that are least  
important to overall operation of the facility. When KW  
demand exceeds the peak setpoint, Off Continuous loads are  
shed first starting from the lowest numbered load (1) to the  
highest (50). These loads are shed until the demand goes  
below the peak setpoint limit. The first load is shed at staging  
interval seconds after the KW exceeds the peak setpoint.  
Additional loads are shed at staging interval, seconds until the  
KW is less than the peak setpoint. Off Continuous loads, once  
shed are the last to be restored when demand is less than the  
normal level (setpoint minus the dead band). Off continuous  
loads are restored in the order reverse to which they were  
shed (highest load (50th) is restored first). Any Off Continuous  
load that is shed remains inactive for at least the configured  
Minimum Shed Time.  
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Damper position and Sensed airflow displays the  
current damper position and flow sensed by the device.  
Click the Start Zero Balance to attain the zero flow  
setpoint. Job progress status is shown at the bottom of  
the page, once the setpoint is attained, confirmation  
message is displayed.  
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Once the Zero airflow setpoints is attained, flow sensed  
by the device is displayed. Update the actual flow  
sensed in the Measured Airflow field and click Apply  
Measured Flow.  
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Enter Max Airflow Setpoint value and click Change  
Max Setpoint to write the value to the device.  
Click Start Max Balance to attain the maximum airflow  
setpoint. Job progress status of maximum balancing is  
shown at the bottom of the page, once the setpoint is  
attained, confirmation message is displayed.  
Update the actual flow sensed in the Measured Airflow  
field and click Apply Measured Flow.  
Enter Min Airflow Setpoint value and click Change  
Min Setpoint to write the value to the device.  
Click Start Min Balance to attain the minimum airflow  
setpoint. Job progress status of minimum balancing is  
shown at the bottom of the page, once the setpoint is  
attained, confirmation message is displayed.  
Once the balancing is completed, Click Done to set the  
device back to Auto mode and go to the balancing  
summary screen.  
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Rotating Loads  
Rotating loads are shed or adjusted after shedding Off  
Continuous loads, as DLC needs to reduce the demand.  
Loads marked as Rotating have more important equipment  
assigned to them than the loads marked as Off Continuous.  
Rotating loads are shed or adjusted only after all the Off  
Continuous loads are shed and if the KW demand still  
exceeds the peak setpoint. DLC sheds the Rotating loads in  
sequence starting with the lowest numbered load first. When  
demand is below the normal level (peak setpoint minus the  
dead band), the Rotating loads are restored on a priority  
basis; highest priority is given to the load that has been shed  
for the longest period. If restoration of a Rotating load causes  
KW to raise above the peak setpoint, then the next eligible  
Rotating load (usually the next higher numbered Rotating  
load) is shed.  
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Demand Limit Control (DLC)  
Demand Limit Control (DLC) continuously monitors the  
building's rate of energy consumption. It automatically sheds  
or restores loads to prevent the demand (load) from  
exceeding the maximum allowable level or configured  
setpoint. It is based on the building's power requirements and  
operating characteristics. For DLC to have control over  
energy savings, the configured setpoint must be less than the  
actual demand allocated by the power generating plant. DLC  
sheds or adjusts the loads during peak usages only. DLC is  
driven from the current KW demand, which is an  
instantaneous value averaged over a period of time (demand  
averaging window period). It is a good practice to adjust the  
DLC window close to the utility company's demand window  
period. This in turn will help WebVision to follow the same  
criteria as that of the utility company when taking KW demand  
shed decisions. The energy history log must also match the  
peak demand recorded by the utility company.  
NOTE: Note: Rotating loads are restored before Off  
Continuous loads when KW demand is below the  
normal level (less than the peak setpoint minus the  
dead band).  
Rotating loads are not eligible for shed until their  
Minimum On Time has elapsed after restoration.  
Once shed, a Rotating load cannot be shed again  
until all the other eligible Rotating loads are shed.  
Rotating loads are not restored until their Minimum  
Shed Time has elapsed.  
Rotating loads can't be in Shed time not more than  
the Max Shed time.  
DLC Load Shedding and Restoring Methods  
Load Assignments  
DLC monitors the current KW levels at every staging interval  
and averages it over a period of time.  
Each device is considered to be an external object when  
assigning it to a load. A load consists of a local configuration  
that defines the behavior of the load and its association with  
an object or a set of objects. These objects are discovered  
Excel 10 or Excel 15C devices, which in turn control the  
external electrical loads. All the objects associated under one  
load assignment are shed at once, restored at once and  
overwritten at once depending on the configuration of the load  
assignment. Each load assignment is identified by a load  
assignment number ranging from 1 to 50.  
If the current KW demand is above the configured peak  
setpoint, then DLC sheds loads at defined intervals until  
the demand drops below the peak setpoint.  
If the KW demand drops below the normal level (peak  
setpoint minus the dead band), then the previously shed  
loads are actively restored at every staging interval until  
the KW demand rises back above the normal level.  
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Use one of the following filter options to search for the  
required load assignment:  
Load Shedding Method  
1.  
The DLC starts shedding by first searching for all the Off  
Continuous loads that are eligible for shedding.  
Then, it first sheds the lowest numbered Off Continuous  
load and waits the staging interval to see if the demand  
has reduced.  
Load Name Pattern  
Shed Method  
Shed State  
2.  
NOTE: To quickly search, type the first letter of the required  
filter criteria in the Keyword text box and type an  
asterisk (*). This lists all the names starting with the  
first letter that you have written in the Keyword text  
box.  
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If the demand is still above the peak setpoint, then DLC  
sheds another Off Continuous load. This process  
continues until the demand is well within the peak  
setpoint limits.  
If the demand has still not reduced, then DLC searches  
for all the Rotated loads.  
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Load Assignment Name  
Min On/Shed Time