Presentation on theme: "1 Facilities Control Systems Carroll W. Jones December 1, 2010 Remote Access Review."— Presentation transcript:
1 Facilities Control Systems Carroll W. Jones December 1, 2010 Remote Access Review
2 Facilities Control Systems Facilities Control Systems that are remotely accessed or will be in the near future American Automatrix Control Workstation (aam-varc) Honeywell Control System (ebiserver) Johnson Controls Metasys PMI Workstation (jci-varc) (being phased out) Johnson Controls Integrator Workstation (ADX10M-001) Liebert Sitescan Control System (sitescan2) TAC Control System (invensys2) Energy Metering System (currently under construction)
3 Facilities Control Systems How your systems are remotely accessed from –on-site (e.g. office): Most on-site access (American Automatrix, both JCI systems, and TAC) is via workstations located in VARC Room 61. The Liebert Sitescan System is accessed from lab networked computers via Internet Explorer. The Energy Metering System will also be accessed via Internet Explorer (procedures are being developed). JCI Integrator and TAC can also be accessed from certain lab networked computers via Putty tunneling. –off-site (e.g. home): The two older systems (American Automatrix and JCI Metasys PMI) are accessed via pcAnywhere dial-up connections. The newer systems are accessed via Remote Desktop after Putty tunneling through the Jefferson Lab firewall. Energy Metering System offsite access is being developed. Currently, a VPN access exists for subcontractor development and support.
4 Facilities Control Systems Engineered solutions, policies, procedures, operations and QA/performance measures Access to VARC Room 61 controlled by CANS System pcAnywhere dial-up access to older control systems (JCI Metasys PMI and American Automatrix) with passwords Newer control systems require JLAB user account and password in addition to JLAB group password for use with Putty tunneling access
5 Facilities Control Systems Future plans or needs for enhancing/upgrading remote access, e.g. changed systems, different controls, access for PDAs, etc. Older systems are being migrated to newer platforms as funding is made available (TAC done, JCI is process – new workstation operational…ARC $48,670…CEBAF Center $41,613… FEL $17,595… Bldg. 98-Magnet Shed $9,539.45) Energy Metering System – site users need easy access to system dashboard (specific area energy use information)…limited Facilities Management onsite and offsite access required to main system
6 Facilities Control Systems Computer Center has been vital in the transition to and support of newer systems