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1 StruxureWare Building Operation Upgrade for TAC I/NET Customers TM

2 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 2 Topics ●TAC I/NET to StruxureWare Building Operation upgrade overview ●Upgrade candidates ●Minimum system requirements ●Summary overview of the upgrade process ●Benefits of upgrading to StruxureWare Building Operation ●Replacing I/NET devices ●Integrated sites: HVAC & Security

3 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 3 TAC I/NET to StruxureWare Building Operation upgrade overview

4 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 4 Candidates for upgrade ●TAC I/NET HVAC sites (may include security features) ●Scalability guidelines ●I/NET sites using X527-NPRs and NPR 2000s ●Includes X527, used only for NPR (routing Controller LAN to IP) and web access Current TAC I/NET system: Maximum # of I/NET points supported in StruxureWare Building Operation Enterprise Server 100,000 Example site (of approx. 100,000 points): 5 links – e.g. X527-NPRs, NPR2000s 30 I/NET devices per link – e.g. X527-NPR, NPR Total Controller LAN I/NET devices – e.g. DCUs, PCUs, MCIs Add-on StruxureWare components (targeted for v1.3): Max # of concurrent users (includes sum of WorkStation + WebStation users simultaneously) 10 Max # of Automation Servers added 32

5 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 5 Minimum system requirements ●StruxureWare Building Operation v1.3 ● Target release: Q ●Compatible TAC I/NET Seven software version v2.42 ● Released: Q ●I/NET controller versions: ●All controllers should be upgrade to v2.42 firmware. Refer to the latest compatibility matrix for versions compatible with I/NET Seven v2.4x ●Microsoft OS: ●Compatible with both I/NET Seven v2.42 and StruxureWare Building Operation v1.3 (see compatibility matrix in the I/NET v2.42 product announcement): ●Windows XP (32-bit) ●Windows 7 Pro (32-bit) ●Windows 7 Pro (64-bit) ●Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)

6 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 6 TAC I/NET system today Xenta 527-NPR ●I/NET system installed is performing well ●Communications – reliable ●Alarms - Routing masks configured ●Application sequences - tuned ●Points - enabled and calibrated ●Devices - online ●Database - backed up ●If not, then these issues should be resolved before proceeding. ●StruxureWare Building Operation will add functionality, but will not resolve existing performance issues. TAC I/NET SEVEN Workstation v2.41 or earlier TAC I/NET SEVEN SQL database v2.41 or earlier Installed applications

7 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 7 TAC I/NET system today Xenta 527-NPR TAC I/NET SEVEN Workstation v2.41 or earlier TAC I/NET SEVEN SQL database v2.41 or earlier Installed applications 1.Verify architecture ●All controllers, workstations, & the I/NET database can remain including: –All LAN Controllers –All Sub-LAN Controllers –HVAC and Security applications ●Replace all TAPS with dial-up connections with LAN connections: –Xenta 527 –Xenta 527-web –NetPlusRouter 2000 (discontinued but supported) ●Verify I/NET system size is supported by the version of StruxureWare Building Operation to be installed 1

8 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 8 Upgrading an I/NET Site Xenta 527-NPR TAC I/NET SEVEN Workstation v2.42 upgrade TAC I/NET SEVEN SQL database v2.42 update Upgrade applications 2 Upgrade I/NET software and firmware: ●I/NET Seven v2.42+ on workstation ●v2.42 compatible controller firmware versions ●Note: All I/NET controllers will require this update 2 2

9 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 9 Upgrading an I/NET Site Xenta 527-NPR TAC I/NET SEVEN Workstation v2.42 upgrade TAC I/NET SEVEN SQL database v2.42 update Upgrade applications 3.Install StruxureWare Building Operation components on I/NET workstation Enterprise Server software one location only Configure I/NET IO Server to run as windows service Includes WebStation StruxureWare Building Operation WorkStation software On all I/NET Seven locations Install StruxureWare Building Operation applications 3 3 WorkStation v1.3 or greater Enterprise Server v1.3 or greater one location only

10 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 10 Upgrading an I/NET Site Xenta 527-NPR Included with StruxureWare Building Operation upgrade: Web access to the system via StruxureWare Building Operation WebStation is included StruxureWare Building Operation WorkStation Includes I/NET Host Tool Enterprise Server (one location only) StruxureWare Building Operation WebStation local or remote web access with no software installed

11 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 11 Upgrading an I/NET Site Xenta 527-NPR option StruxureWare Building Operation WorkStation Includes I/NET Host Tool Enterprise Server (one location only) Install StruxureWare Building Operation application Reports Server v1.3 or greater (requires separate PC) Microsoft SQL Server (for Reports Server) StruxureWare Building Operation WebStation local or remote web access with no software installed StruxureWare Building Operation WebReports local or remote web access to Reports Server with no software installed Included with StruxureWare Building Operation upgrade: Web access to the system via StruxureWare Building Operation WebStation is included StruxureWare Building Operation Reports Server software Includes web access to Reports Server via WebReports

12 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 12 Discovering I/NET objects 1.Create “I/NET Interface” interface under the Enterprise Server 2.Discover I/NET devices (e.g. DCU, PCU, MCI) into the Enterprise Server 3.Upload objects from I/NET devices to Enterprise Server 4.Create StruxureWare Building Operation user accounts Can now create StruxureWare Building Operation features using I/NET points ●Schedules ●Programs ●Trend logs ●Graphics o Create new or convert I/NET graphics

13 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 13 Converting existing I/NET graphics ●Existing I/NET graphics can be converted to the StruxureWare Building Operation graphics format ●Upgrade includes graphics conversion tool to convert GPG files to TGML format ●All bindings and links are automatically imported o Converts DDC lines (LAN Controllers) ●Tool converts graphics one at a time or in batches ●TGML graphics are accessible via WebStation

14 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 14 Delivering I/NET alarms ●I/NET alarms are automatically routed to StruxureWare Building Operation WorkStation machines ●StruxureWare Building Operation alarm features can be added to alarms routed from I/NET system: ● notification ●Scheduled assignments ●Checklists ●Action notes ●Cause notes ●Automatic launch of objects upon alarm – e.g. graphics, documents

15 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 15 Schedules ●I/NET Schedules can be viewed and edited from StruxureWare Building Operation WorkStation ●Uses original I/NET schedule editor ●Local control of I/NET points ●Not supported in WebStation client ●Or, create new StruxureWare Building Operation schedules to control I/NET points ●Uses new StruxureWare Building Operation Schedule editor ●External control of I/NET points ●Supported by both WorkStation and WebStation clients ●Additional features, such as: o Calendar object o Event exceptions o Event priorities o Combined View

16 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 16 Trend logs and TrendCharts ●I/NET trends can be viewed and edited from StruxureWare Building Operation WorkStation ●Uses original I/NET trend viewer ●Not supported in WebStation client ●Or, create StruxureWare Building Operation trend objects can be used to monitor I/NET points ●Additional features, such as: o Trend log lists o Graphical SVG TrendCharts o Zoom in to investigate details o Rollover point values o Live updating o 2 values scales per TrendChart o Formating – e.g. color, line style, line weight ●Both methods are supported by both WorkStation and WebStation interfaces

17 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 17 Reports ●I/NET Seven (Crystal) Reports cannot be accessed from StruxureWare Building Operation ●Re-create reports using StruxureWare Building Operation Reports Server o I/NET device points can be used in StruxureWare Building Operation reports ●Existing I/NET reports must be accessed from I/NET Seven Reports o I/NET Seven Reports can only retrieve data from I/NET controllers ●Create new reports moving forward using the StruxureWare Building Operation Reports Server ●Allows reports to gather data from all values (regardless of source) – e.g. I/NET, BACnet, LON, Modbus, web services

18 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 18 Changes in I/NET device configuration ●Configuration changes (e.g. adding or deleting a point) done on I/NET devices use either full I/NET Seven software or the I/NET Host Tool ●Requires a manual “Upload” to re-sync the Enterprise Server o There is no “auto-synchronization” between the I/NET devices & the Enterprise Server o Icon in StruxureWare Building Operation system tree signifies when a manual “Upload” is required Upload required when warning icon appears

19 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 19 Expanding the system Xenta 527-NPR Use StruxureWare Automation Servers and I/O Modules, and natively supported field controllers to expand your site to leverage additional features of StruxureWare Building Operation StruxureWare Building Operation WebStation local or remote web access with no software installed StruxureWare Building Operation WebReports local or remote web access StruxureWare Building Operation Reports Server StruxureWare Building Operation WorkStation Includes I/NET Host Tool Enterprise Server (one location only)

20 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 20 Valid software configurations on a single site 1 st machine/workstation: (includes Databases) Applications installed: SBO Enterprise Server (NEW) SBO WorkStation (NEW) INET 2.42 (UPGRADE) Additional workstation(s): Applications installed: SBO WorkStation (NEW) INET 2.42 (UPGRADE) Additional workstation(s): (accessing StruxureWare Building Operation only) Applications installed: SBO WorkStation (NEW) ●Enterprise Server is only required on one workstation ●StruxureWare Building Operation (SBO) WorkStation software is optional on first machine if no local user interface is required – e.g. located in a server room ●Additional workstations accessing both systems requires both clients: ●I/NET Host ●SBO WorkStation ●Additional workstations accessing only SBO requires only the SBO WorkStation ●Note: Cannot access I/NET Host Tool dependent features – e.g. I/NET schedules, I/NET configuration changes ●Additional workstations accessing only I/NET requires only the I/NET host - e.g. Security ●Note: Cannot access StruxureWare Building Operation configured features through workstation – e.g. new graphics, Trend Charts, schedules ●All I/NET hosts must be at v2.42 or greater Additional workstation(s): (accessing I/NET only) Applications installed: INET 2.42 (UPGRADE)

21 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 21 Benefits of upgrading to StruxureWare Building Operation

22 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 22 New features with I/NET points Benefits: Similar operator user experience via a web browser than on a dedicated workstation Allows sites to leverage benefits of StruxureWare Building Operation’s features and apply them to existing I/NET points Examples: TrendCharts with existing I/NET system Powerful Visually impressive Programs Create custom system behavior ●New user experience ●Customizable workspaces (including panels) ●Use StruxureWare functionality with existing I/NET points ●Create StruxureWare objects that reside in the Enterprise Server and are bound to I/NET device points ●Web access included by default with StruxureWare Building Operation WebStation ●Examples: –Extended trend logs –Schedules –Programs –Graphics ●Similar operator user experience on the web as on dedicated workstation

23 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 23 TGML Graphics ●TGML uses Scalable vector graphics (SVG) technology ●Users can zoom in to see details without losing clarity ●Graphics can be used on any display regardless of size or resolution ●Vector graphic file sizes are small ●JavaScript can be used to further customize behavior within a graphic ●Animation can highlight changes in the system ●Use of graphics within panels makes navigation easier ●Online graphics community ●Integrators can join the online graphics community to get graphics components and collaborate with others Benefits: Graphics are clear, crisp, & automatically re-sizable Fully customizable graphics using TGML and JavaScript Graphics are stored locally in the Automation Server or Enterprise Server Use panels to simplify navigation between graphics Online community for collaboration and sharing of graphics components

24 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 24 Watch window view and objects ●Create WatchObjects: saved lists of groups of points to monitor their live values ●Quickly create a customizable “controller summary” to monitor point values ●Eliminates the need to create a graphic to monitor a group of points a)Drag and drop points down in the “watch window” b)Save the view as a “WatchObject” in the system tree ●Can create many, unique “Watch Objects” c)Return and open the saved “WatchObject” at any time Benefits: Easy create a customizable “controller summary” Eliminates the need to create a graphic to monitor a group of points Effective as a trouble- shooting tool Examples: Temperatures across zones Status of all values on the same equipment – e.g. AHU Combine points from different parts of the system - e.g. another building Easily save and retrieve the same Watch list of points at a later time Create a new ad hoc Watch list and save it for later use

25 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 25 Smart Widgets ●A Smart Widget is a package that can be used for import into a StruxureWare Building Operation system for a particular model of a device – e.g. Power Meter (PM 210), VSD (ATV 61) ●Package includes import files for: ●Standard graphics (to map to the device) –initial configuration & diagnostic purpose ●Points that map to the device’s objects and corresponding values –In system tree and bound to the graphics Benefits: Push button engineering Bring on a Power Meter in less than a minute rather than several hours of programming (including graphic and third party “register mapping”) Easy integration with other Schneider Electric products with available Smart Widgets Use existing Smart Widgets or create your own & share with the engineering community

26 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 26 Web Services (Generic Consume) ●General web services implementation to bring in third party data into StruxureWare Building Operation ●Ideal when reading from and writing to third party systems o Connect to both SOAP and POX/REST web services ●Two approaches: o Binding tool, Script programming based ●IT-friendly and flexible ●Opens systems to exchange data beyond industry- specific protocols ●Because web services use IT standards-based communications methods, integration is platform independent ●Use case examples: ●Return outside conditions or weather forecast data: Pass in latitude/longitude coordinates, return temperature, humidity and Barometric pressure ●Return cost per energy unit from utility company Benefits: Ideal when integrating to third party systems “Consume” configuration is flexible: 1.Binding tool is easy to configure 2.Script programming based is well suited for processing complicated web services Customize, adjust and control site based on incoming information for greater efficiency – e.g. demand control

27 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 27 EcoStruxure Web Services ●Consistent web services standard for Schneider Electric products implementing web services functionality ●Common and easy integration into other Schneider Electric systems ●Reduce time to market & complexity ●Additional web services functionality available when integrating multiple Schneider Electric systems ●Functionality defined: Serve and Consume o Browse the other system’s directories o Read/Write real time values o Receive and acknowledge active alarms o Read historical (trend log) data ●Secure log on with system user name and password ●Manage access to system directories and data ●Can be used with third parties (if third party supports the EWS standard) Benefits: EcoStruxure Web Services (EWS) provide additional features when integrating with other EWS compliant systems

28 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 28 Expanding the system Xenta 527-NPR Use Automation Servers and I/O Modules, and natively supported field controllers to expand your site to leverage additional features of StruxureWare Building Operation StruxureWare Building Operation WebStation local or remote web access with no software installed StruxureWare Building Operation WebReports local or remote web access StruxureWare Building Operation Reports Server StruxureWare Building Operation WorkStation Includes I/NET Host Tool Enterprise Server (one location only)

29 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 29 Additional benefits after expansion ●Use of StruxureWare components: ●Automation Server ●I/O modules ●Power supplies ●Native support for open protocols at the field bus level for easier integration: ●BACnet MS/TP (with AS-B) ●LON FTT-10 (with AS-L) ●Modbus RTU (with AS-B or AS-L) ●Programming ●Script ●Function block

30 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 30 Replacing I/NET devices

31 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 31 Replacing I/NET devices ●TAC I/NET products can replaced over time ●Introduce more IP level controllers – AHUs, Central plants ● Add Automation Servers on the network ● Use Automation Server I/O modules ● Better feature sets ●Open protocols – LON, BACnet ● Add natively supported field controllers ● Add third party BACnet, LON, and Modbus devices for interoperability

32 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 32 Replacing I/NET devices Xenta 527-NPR 1.As I/NET devices require replacement, Requires replacement StruxureWare Building Operation WebStation local or remote web access with no software installed StruxureWare Building Operation WebReports local or remote web access StruxureWare Building Operation Reports Server StruxureWare Building Operation WorkStation Includes I/NET Host Tool Enterprise Server (one location only)

33 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 33 Replacing I/NET devices Xenta 527-NPR 1.As I/NET devices require replacement, add to the system using StruxureWare for Buildings components: Automation Server I/O Modules Natively supported field controllers These can be natively engineered through StruxureWare software. Requires replacement StruxureWare Building Operation WebStation local or remote web access with no software installed StruxureWare Building Operation WebReports local or remote web access StruxureWare Building Operation Reports Server StruxureWare Building Operation WorkStation Includes I/NET Host Tool Enterprise Server (one location only)

34 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 34 Replacing I/NET devices Xenta 527-NPR 2.Re-wire equipment to new StruxureWare components 3.Configure and program the equipment via StruxureWare software to the new system network 4.Re-route bindings (e.g. schedules, graphics, programs) to the new controller path Requires replacement StruxureWare Building Operation WebStation local or remote web access with no software installed StruxureWare Building Operation WebReports local or remote web access StruxureWare Building Operation Reports Server StruxureWare Building Operation WorkStation Includes I/NET Host Tool Enterprise Server (one location only)

35 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 35 Replacing I/NET devices Xenta 527-NPR 2.Re-wire equipment to new StruxureWare components 3.Configure and program the equipment via StruxureWare software to the new system network 4.Re-route bindings (e.g. schedules, graphics, programs) to the new controller path 5.Remove the I/NET device StruxureWare Building Operation WebStation local or remote web access with no software installed StruxureWare Building Operation WebReports local or remote web access StruxureWare Building Operation Reports Server StruxureWare Building Operation WorkStation Includes I/NET Host Tool Enterprise Server (one location only)

36 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 36 Expanding the system Xenta 527-NPR 6.With a new network in place, your system is ready to take on more controllers, equipment, and third party devices StruxureWare Building Operation WebStation local or remote web access with no software installed StruxureWare Building Operation WebReports local or remote web access StruxureWare Building Operation Reports Server StruxureWare Building Operation WorkStation Includes I/NET Host Tool Enterprise Server (one location only)

37 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 37 Integrated Sites: HVAC & Security

38 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 38 Integrated sites: HVAC & Security ●If an integrated (HVAC and Security) site chooses to upgrade, they will need to have two parallel user interfaces: 1.StruxureWare Building Operation for BMS (non-security) 2.I/NET Seven Workstation for Security ●Security functionality (e.g. personnel and zone management) must still be done from I/NET; these features are not available in StruxureWare Building Operation ●Some day-to-day security functions can be done on a StruxureWare Building Operation WorkStation (some with the support of the I/NET Host Tool): ●Receive and acknowledge security related alarms ●Monitor/change values – e.g. door status, unlock door

39 Company Confidential Schneider Electric - Buildings 39 Access to security objects ●Security controllers (e.g. SCU), and security related points will be “found” during the I/NET network discovery process ●Administrators can choose to separate these objects from being accessed through StruxureWare Building Operation ●Only perform “Upload” action on I/NET devices with HVAC points ●Delete “security only I/NET devices” (e.g. SCU) and security points in “integrated I/NET devices” (e.g. MCI) from the Enterprise Server tree view Optional Delete

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