Presentation on theme: "Novar iScope This demonstration is designed to show the features of the iScope software and graphics package."— Presentation transcript:
1 Novar iScopeThis demonstration is designed to show the features of the iScope software and graphics package.
2 Typical start pageThis is a typical starting page for an iScope Graphics demonstration. The pick ax on the Office Building Start buttonwill take us to the start of the demonstration Picking this button will also initiate the dial out to the remote system.
3 Access CheckThis slide shows a scanned picture of an Office Building. The Access Code box shows that the Novar system has security protection. The Novar EP/2 is verifying the password of the PC calling it. The access code box will be displayed each time a phone connection is made with the system.
4 Pick regionsThe system is now online and the graphic shows global information in the top left hand corner ( OA Temp & OA Light ). The graphic also contains Pick Regions that are used to take you to other graphics in this system. There is a Pick Ax on the pick region for the 12th Floor.
5 Floor layouts with pick regions This is the layout of the 12th Floor. This is an AutoCad drawing brought into iScope. On this graphic each of the rooms contains the number of the VAV box that serves it. Each of these rooms is also a pick region, allowing you to go to each of the VAV boxes. Color Shifts could also be included to cause the color of the room change with the temperature.
6 Animations and frame shifts This is a 3D graphic of an Air Handling Unit complete with animation and frame shifts. All of the monitoring information for this AHU is on the graphic. Both fans are animated, along with the Humidifier. Frame shifts appear when there is an alarm on this unit. Notice the iScope ROCKET in the lower right section. This rocket appears whenever you place your cursor over a point on a graphic.
7 Rocket menuClicking your right mouse button when the ROCKET is displayed will bring up a small menu. This menu will take you to other areas of the iScope software. DATA LOGS has been selected on this menu.
8 Data logsThis is an example of a DATA LOG in Table format. With and EP/2 you can have 8 points in a Data Log with sampling times as short as 8 seconds. The samples are date and time stamped. At the top of this screen is a button that allows access to a graph for this log.
9 Data log graphThis is a graph of the DATA LOG information. This is live data that continues to update. Any of the points in the Log can be included on the graph, or each point could be viewed individually on a graph. The slide bar on the right can be dragged across the graph to any point, and the value column for each point will show it’s value at that point.
10 Pick regionBack at the AHU graphic. A Pick AX is on the pick region for the VAV Matrix.
11 Grouping loadsThis is a typical Matrix used to group multiple VAV boxes (or other equipment) onto one graphic. This allows the operator to quickly scan for any problems. Each of the VAV box names is a pick region, and the Pick Ax is on the first VAV box.
12 Load graphicThis is a typical VAV box graphic. This graphic includes the CFM reading at the box, and the status of the adjustable set point dial on the temperature sensor. Pick on the 12 Story Building Button to return to the Building graphic.
13 Load graphicThis is a typical VAV box graphic. This graphic includes the CFM reading at the box, and the status of the adjustable set point dial on the temperature sensor. Pick on the 12 Story Building Button to return to the Building graphic.
14 Getting run timeThis is a split-screen showing run times for each output at the bottom, while the input and output information is still shown at the top.
15 Changing control parameters EDIT has been selected on the menu.
16 Demand logThis is the Demand Log for the last 24 Hours. This log is updated every 15 minutes.
17 IOM Graphics pageThis is a sample of a Chiller System graphic. The pumps are animated and the on/off status of the Chiller is shown on it’s control panel. Click on the SECONDARY button to move to the secondary loop pumping graphic.
18 DisconnectingBack to the Building for the last time. The DISCONNECT button has been pushed, bringing up the disconnect confirmation box.
19 Changing graphics pages To change the graphic page, mouse click the ROOFTOP Button (pick region) to go to a graphic of the RTU.
20 Unitary graphicsThis is a typical Rooftop unit graphic that includes animation of the fan, and frame shifts showing which stages of heating and cooling are active. The ROCKET SHIP is over the Supply Air temperature sensor. Double Click the right mouse button to access the menu.
21 Getting unit information Monitor is selected on the menu.
22 Load monitoringThis is the Load Monitoring Screen for a rooftop unit. All input and output information is shown on this screen.Buttons near the top allow switching between Output status and Run Times.
23 Getting run timeThis is a split-screen showing run times for each output at the bottom, while the input and output information is still shown at the top.
24 Schedule from rocket menu Back to the RTU graphic. Schedule is now highlighted on the menu.
25 Schedule setupThis is a normal schedule used to control this unit. Note the SUNDAY through SATURDAY scheduling, along with Holidays. There is also a Today column and a Tomorrow column for easy temporary schedule changes. Schedules are extremely easy to change, and allow for 3 on/off times per day.
26 Set points from rocket menu Back to the RTU graphic. MODIFY SETPOINTS is highlighted on the menu.
27 Set point screenIt is very easy to change set points on this screen. Simply place the cursor on the arrow to change the desired set point up or down.
28 Moving between open windows By clicking on WINDOW at the top of the screen any of the open windows can be accessed. MENU TREE has been selected.
29 Menu treeFor those operators who prefer TEXT information instead of graphics, the MENU TREE provides access to any information in the system. A simple click of the mouse button on any category expands the section.
30 The NETWORK STATUS section has been highlighted. Following the treeThe NETWORK STATUS section has been highlighted.
31 Getting network status NETWORK STATUS screens provide a means to view large groups of information on 1 screen. Within the NETWORK STATUS section, UNITARY CONTROLLERS has been selected.
32 Status display screens The Unitary Controller status screen places all of the Application Specific controllers in one group. Temperature, Set point, and Output status information is shown for each module. Double-clicking any Load Name will bring upthe jump-to menu.
33 Changing control parameters EDIT has been selected on the menu.
34 Parameters screen 1This is the first page of the Control Parameters screen for the ROOFTOP unit. ( ETM-2020 ) Any set point or parameter changes can be done here.
35 Parameters screen 2This is the second page of the EDIT screens for this unit. Changes can be made quickly and easily.
36 Electrical demandBack at the MENU TREE. The ELECTRICAL DEMAND Section has been expanded.
37 Selecting a logThere are 10 possible selections in the Electrical Demand section. The 24 Hour Demand Log is highlighted.
38 Demand logThis is the Demand Log for the last 24 Hours. This log is updated every 15 minutes.
39 The 24 Hour Demand Log can also be viewed on a Graph. Demand graphThe 24 Hour Demand Log can also be viewed on a Graph.
40 Back at the MENU TREE. The ENERGY USE LOG is highlighted. KWH logBack at the MENU TREE. The ENERGY USE LOG is highlighted.
41 Calendar LogThe Energy Use Log is a summary sheet showing the last week’s KW and KWH information, as well as the last 12 months. Peak Demand information is also listed, including the peak, the date and time of the peak, and the outdoor air temperature when the peak was set.
42 Another pickBack to the Building. The Pick Ax is on the pick region for the Chiller System.
43 IOM Graphics pageThis is a sample of a Chiller System graphic. The pumps are animated and the on/off status of the Chiller is shown on it’s control panel. Click on the SECONDARY button to move to the secondary loop pumping graphic.
44 Getting multiple windows This is a graphic of the Secondary Pumps. The Window drop-down menu shows CASCADE is highlighted.
45 Window cascadeSelecting CASCADE allows all open windows to be organized for quick switching between windows. Graphics and Text windows are all together, and all are continuously updated.
46 TilingUsing the drop-down menu again allows windows to be displayed in TILE format also.
47 Tiling related information This shows 2 windows TILED. The IOM Input status monitor screen is on the left, and a DATA LOG graph is on the right. This allows the close monitoring of multiple areas or pieces of equipment simultaneously.
48 DisconnectingBack to the Building for the last time. The DISCONNECT button has been pushed, bringing up the disconnect confirmation box.