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Super WISE® Web Page Manual
Super WISE, program version 1.25
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Contents
Super WISE, program version 1.25.............................. 1
Super WISE, program version 1.25.............................. 3
1. General..................................................................... 3
2. Connections.............................................................. 3
2.1 Connection between two units................................. 3
2.2 Connection between two or more units.................... 3
3. Settings in directly connected PC........................... 4
3. Settings of the Super WISE..................................... 5
3.1. Settings via Modbus RS-485................................. 6
4. To log on................................................................... 7
5. User levels................................................................. 7
6. Tabs........................................................................... 8
6.1 Overview.................................................................. 8
6.1.1 Overview................................................................ 9
6.1.2 Zone...................................................................... 9
6.1.3 Zone dampers/Routers......................................... 10
6.1.4 Room....................................................................11
6.1.5 Room controller.................................................... 14
6.1.5 ADAPT Room controller from version 1536........... 15
6.2 Optimizer................................................................ 16
6.3 Zone........................................................................17
6.3.1 Commissioning..................................................... 18
6.4 Alarms.................................................................... 18
6.5 Links....................................................................... 19
6.6 Log......................................................................... 20
6.7 Admin..................................................................... 22
6.7.1 Admin – Users...................................................... 22
6.7.2 Admin – TCP/IP.................................................... 23
6.7.3 Admin - E-mail..................................................... 23
6.7.4 Admin - Links....................................................... 24
6.7.5 Admin – Misc....................................................... 24
6.7.6 Admin – Software updating................................. 26
6.7.7 Admin – MMC..................................................... 26
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Super WISE® Web Page Manual
Super WISE, program version 1.25
1. General
Super WISE has a built-in web server that enables you
to monitor, enter and change the settings on the various controllers in the WISE system. Access to this server
requires a web browser with support for SUN Java and
that J2SE 5.0 Runtime Environment (or a later version)
is installed in the computer you will be using. You can
download the most recent version of the SUN Java software from www.java.com.
MODULAR 8/8 RJ45
ETHERNET è BMS
2. Connections
The computer and Super WISE can be connected to one
another in two different ways: by means of a crossover
cable or with a network hub (HUB, switch or router).
The determining factor as to whether or not a network
hub should be used could be the number units that are
to be connected together, for instance. Two units can be
connected together without any network hub.
One example of two units connected together is when a
computer and Super WISE are connected together. Two or
more units can be connected together with a network hub.
The Network connection socket of the Super WISE is
located on the control unit in the Super WISE cubicle and
is shown encircled in Figure 1.
Figure 1. Ethernet connection, Super WISE .
Computer
Super WISE
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2.1 Connection between two units
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Connection of one or more Super WISE units to a computer is done with a crosslinked CAT5 cable with RJ45
plugs, see figure 2. Connecting through a network and
hubs, switches or routers should be done with a straight
CAT5 cable with RJ45 plugs, see figure 3. The cable
should be of twisted-pair type, and can be shielded or
unshielded.
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Figure 2. Connection between two units, crossover cable.
Network hub
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2.2 Connection between two or more units
A straight (not crosslinked) CAT5 cable with RJ45 plugs,
see Figure 3, should be used for the connection between
Super WISE and one GOLD air handling unit and computer/network. The cable should be of twisted-pair type,
and can be shielded or unshielded.
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Super WISE
GOLD
Computer
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Figure 3. Connection between two or more units, network hub.
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3. Settings in directly connected PC
Sun Java must be installed and activated. Activation is
done differently depending on operating system and web
browser. Contact the local IT-support for help. The computer must also be configured with appropriate netmask
and IP number, see figure 4 for settings to Super WISE
with default address.
If Super WISE has been installed on a network with
DHCP-server the configuration is done in direct connected
PC as shown in figure 5.
Figur 4. Settings in direct connected PC.
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Figur 5. Settings in PC connected to network with DHCP-server.
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3. Settings of the Super WISE
On delivery, the control unit has a static IP-address set
to 10.200.1.1. To assign the control unit another static
address, activate the DHCP, change the Subnet mask or
do the following to change the Gateway:
Use the Golden Gate Config*) application which can be
downloaded from www.swegon.com. Connect the Super
WISE to the network. Start Golden Gate Config. Select
Golden Gate Ethernet and press OK.
Golden Gate Config now searches through the network
to find all the units that are supported by Golden Gate
Config. Super WISE with IP. number 10.200.1.1 can be
found on line two in the list in figure 7.
Double click on the row which is showing the Super WISE
which should be configured, a new window will open
where the configuration can be done.
*) NOTE: Golden Gate Config is only available in English.
Figure 6. Selection in Golden Gate Config.
Figure 8.
1.If the DHCP is set to ON, the Super WISE automatically
obtains an IP-address/subnet mask/Gateway and DNS
from the network server. If the DHCP is set to OFF, the
IP-address/subnet mask/Gateway and DNS must be set
manually in the dialogue box.
2.IP address: Change or check the IP address here.
3.Subnet-mask: Change or check the subnet mask here.
Keep in mind that you should select an IP-address and a
subnet mask that are in agreement.
4.Default gateway: Change or check the Gateway here.
5.A password must be filled in before the changes will
begin to apply. The standard password is admin. You
can change the password by marking the Change
password box with a cross and entering the new password on the New Password line.
Then press Set.
The Super WISE network configuration is now completed.
To check that the changes have been implemented, carry
out a new search by pressing Scan.
Figure 7. Discovered units in the network.
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3.1. Settings via Modbus RS-485
With modbus communication and connection on COM4,
you can access all settings for external communication.
See the sheet tab named "Local" in the Excel document
"Super WISE Modbus list...", which is available on www.swegon.com.
Figure 9 .Settings via Modbus RS-485.
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4. To log on
Start your browser and enter the IP address for the Super
WISE (default http://10.200.1.1). A login box will open, enter
the username and password, see figure 9.
The appropriate authorization, reader, writer, service and
admin status are allocated depending on your user name
and password.
Enter the following the first time you log on:
User name = admin
Password = admin
Note! When you change the password, the new password must not consist of more than 15 characters. For
security reasons, the password can not be reset without
sending Super WISE for service. Keep the password in a
safe place.
Then select the appropriate language to be used in the
web interface. Press the button by the appropriate language to make your choice. See Figure 10.
Figure 10. Logging on. From version 1.14 windows
own logon function is used.
NOTE! To avoid having to log in and select language every
time you log on to a certain Super WISE, a favorite can be
saved as a homepage in the browser.
A link to http://10.200.1.1/start.html?lang=se # overview
allows the user to come directly to the flow chart of the
Super WISE 10.200.1.1 without logging in and selecting the
language (assuming the user has done it before).
Figure 11. Choice of language.
5. User levels
The web page is divided into four authorization levels to
prevent unauthorized persons from accessing and changing sensitive parameters.
At the ”reader” level, all the tabs other than the admin
tab are accessible. You can only view the readings; you
CANNOT change them. You can reset any tripped alarms
to zero.
At the next level, the “writer” level, you have the right to
change setpoints. See feed-back control signals, change
clock settings, etc.
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At the ”service" level, you are also given the right to
change all the feed-back control parameters. The Admin
tab is still inaccessible.
At the ”admin” level, you have full rights to access and
change settings. With this authorization it is possible to
change the IP configuration, link tables, etc.
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6. Tabs
The various tabs in the Super WISE web interface are
described on the pages that follow. Note that any
changes you make via the web interface will not be saved
in the Super WISE memory but instead in each respective
zone controller or room controller memory. This does NOT
apply to changes that were entered under the Optimizer
or Admin tabs. These changes are saved in the Super
WISE. If you are logged on as someone other than the
Administrator; the Admin tap will not be visible.
6.1 Overview
The overview image is shown as a starting page when you
connect up to the Super WISE, provided that the administrator has not specified a different page. No settings can
be made here.
The purpose of the flow chart is to provide a quick overview of the Super WISE and the controllers that are part
of the system.
The overview page is divided into two parts, a right-hand
and left-hand side. A tree structure describing the connected system is shown on the left-hand side. The various components in the tree structure can be selected
by clicking on the components that are included. The
selected component is highlighted as inverted text (dark
background and light text). The right-hand side shows
what has been selected in the tree structure on the lefthand side.
The components included (see figure 9) on the left-hand
side are as follows:
• Overview
• Zones
• Zone dampers/Routers
• Room
• Room controllers
Controllers (zone dampers, routers and room controllers)
are indicated with a green square containing a damper for
zone dampers and routers as well as a red square containing a thermometer for room controllers Other units
in the tree structure are shown with map icons. Alarms
and warnings are also indicated in the tree structure.
Alarms are shown by a red circle with a crossed out zone
damper, router or room controller. Only these units can
have an alarm. Zones and rooms containing controllers
(zone damper, router or room controller) that have alarms,
indicate this with a yellow triangle enclosing an exclamation mark.
By clicking on the air handling unit in the overview image,
you are automatically linked to the GOLD-unit.
Tabs
Zone
Zone damper
Room
Room
controller
Overview
image
Free text
box
Status
Node name
Figure 12. Tree structure and overview image.
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6.1.1 Overview
If Overview is selected in the structure on the left-hand
side, an overview image is shown on the right-hand side.
See figure 13. The overview image shows the zones that
have zone controllers or routers connected. The zone
image shows a sum of the supply airflows and a sum of
the extract airflows for each zone. The overview image
contains a free text box where you can write a descriptive
text for the system. Click on the box to make changes in
the text. On the status line you can see whether the air
handling unit has transmitted a signal to the Super WISE
indicating that it is operational or not. This signal is a condition that must be satisfied before the Super WISE can
start the Optimizer function.
Supply air diffusers are shown in red and extract air registers are shown in yellow.
Pressure and flow sensors are shown depending on
whether the zone damper is used for regulating the pressure or the flow. The setpoints are shown in blue text and
the actual values are shown in black text. At every zone
damper, its damper angle is also shown as a percentage.
Summation and slave control of certain zone dampers can
occur within one zone. If a CONTROL Router, which has
underlying products, is included in a zone it can not process
any air flow from the underlying room products, the airflow
summation is will not be correct.
No values can be altered on the zone page.
The nod name is the name shown in the tree structure.
By clicking on the text box, you can alter the text. When
you have altered the name, this is also updated in the tree
structure.
The nod name is the name shown in the tree structure. By
clicking on the text box, you can make changes in the text.
When you have altered the name, this is also updated in the
tree structure.
No settings can be entered on the overview page. The
page looks the same for all user categories.
Figure explanation:
6.1.2 Zone
If one zone is selected in the structure on the left-hand
side, the associated zone image is shown on the righthand side. See figure 13. Max 8 zone dampers can be
shown in the zone image. If the zone contains one or
more routers, these are marked with a grey square. No
values are shown for a router since it serves only as a
communication link.
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S xxx l / s, the total flow for the zone supply- and extract air, if a zone damper PED is included its airflow is not included. A CONTROL Router can not show any airflow.
• Products namned "Slave" are always controlled by the master product PSFE or MSFE.
• Products named "Group slave" are extract air dampers that gets its air from the sum of all supply air flow divided on the number of extract air slaves.
Figure 13. Zone.
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6.1.3 Zone dampers/Routers
The parameters of the controller and its Modbus ID are
both specified on the zone page. Which parameters
are to be shown or can be altered is conditional on the
type of user that has logged on. A Reader can only read
values, whereas a Writer can also alter certain values. The
service user can alter all the parameters
Parameters that can be altered are marked with a small
blue triangle up in the right-hand corner in the box where
the parameter is situated.
Information indicating whether the zone damper is a
master or a slave can be found in the heading of the page
(i.e. slave-controlled based on the sum of the airflows in
one zone). The parameters look alike for both the master
and slave controllers.
A free text box for the controller is provided below the
parameters, where a description can be written.
Alarms for the controller are shown below the free text box.
In groups with summary and breakdown on different
group slaves an offset can be specified for each slave, this
offset is not shown in the set point, it is only visible on
the regulated airflow.
The nod name is the name shown in the tree structure.
By clicking on the text box, you can make changes in
the text. When the name is changed the change is also
updated in the tree structure. In figure 11, the node name
can be found by using the vertical scroll list to come further down the page.
From version 1.16 of the Super WISE, it is possible to
restart the regulator, use this function if the response
from the regulator is in questionable.
For a CONTROL router there are no parameters to show
or alter. Therefore only the free text box, alarm field and
the node name are shown for a router.
Figure 14. Zone damper/router.
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6.1.4 Room
If one room is selected in the structure on the left-hand
side, the associated room image is shown on the righthand side. See Figure 15.
The room image looks different depending on which
application is operating in the room.
The following applications are available:
Application
Number of controllers/room
Number of dampers
ADAPT Airborne
products
Max 1 master and
3 slaves in each
room
Max 1 + 3
CONTROL Ra FSFE
Only 1 per room
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Conductor W4
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Conductor W3
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2
Conductor W1
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ADAPT Parasol
1 SA + 3EA
4
Max 4 dampers can be shown in the room image. Supply
air diffusers are shown in red and extract air registers are
shown in yellow.
The following is shown in the room image:
• How many dampers are in the room
(Supply air = red, Extract air = yellow).
• Flow and temperature sensors
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(shown on supply air/extract air ducts)
Damper openings
Presence detector connected if man symbol is shown.
- Black and white man = Absence.
- Green man = Presence.
Air Quality Sensors
- CO2 sensor or
- CAC sensor with correlated CO2 level or
- Relative humidity, only applies ADAPT products.
The window sensor is connected if a window is shown.
- Black and white window = Closed.
- Green window = Open.
The condensation sensor is connected if drops of water
are shown.
- Black and white drops = No condensation
- Green drops = Condensation
Actual value/setpoint in the room. Shown by the thermometer. Actual values in black text. Setpoints in blue
text.
Connected Heaters/Coolers are shown if they are connected. The opening of the valve is also shown in %.
- Red indicates an open heating valve.
- Blue indicates an open cooling valve.
Relays are shown as a lamp symbol if selected.
- Black and white if not active.
- Green if activated.
(The symbol is always shown for ADAPT regulators)
Figure 15. Room.
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Figure 16. Room image, example 2, A3.
Figure 17. Room image, example 3, ADAPT.
Figure 18. Room image, example 4, W4.
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33%
90%
21.4 °C
23 °C
0%
97%
Figure 19. Room image, example 5, W3.
21.4 °C
23 °C
0%
10%
Figure 20. Room image, example 6, CONDUCTOR W1.
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6.1.5 Room controller
Alarms for the controller are shown below the free text box.
The parameters of the controller and its Modbus ID are
specified on the room controller page. The parameters
which are shown or can be altered depend on the type of
user that has logged on and the application that the controller is running. A Reader can only read values, whereas
a Writer can also alter certain values. The service user can
alter all the parameters
The nod name is the name shown in the tree structure.
By clicking on the text box, you can make changes in
the text. When the name is changed the change is also
updated in the tree structure. The figure below shows
how the page looks as a whole. There is not enough
space on the screen to show the entire page. Therefore
the scroll bar has to be used.
Parameters that can be altered are marked with a small
blue triangle up in the right-hand corner in the box where
the parameter is situated.
Further details of the parameters and their function are
available in separate products manuals.
The name of the application appears in the page heading.
Different applications have different sets of parameters,
Starting from version 1.23, the parameters on the product
pages are dynamic. The parameters are only displayed if
enabled or relevant to the case.
A free text box for the controller is provided below the
parameters, where a description can be written.
Figure 21. Room controller.
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6.1.5 ADAPT Room controller from version 1536
On newer controllers there are several new features therefore these have a different layout with new parameters, the
version number can be found under the table "Misc. Parameters".
Figure 22. Room controller.
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6.2 Optimizer
On the optimizer page, you can see the values concerning the
pressure optimizing function in the air handling unit. The pressure optimizing function is separate for supply air and extract
air, but certain settings are common.
In the left-hand column there are status fields where the actual
and the setpoint values are shown together with a note about
how much time remains before the optimizing function will
start. The largest damper angles for supply air and extract air
respectively are also shown here. The object of optimizing is to
adjust the pressure setpoints for the supply and extract air fans,
so that the damper angles that are the most open come within
the range preset in the Settings column to the right on the page
(Upper damper limit and Lower damper limit). See Figure 23.
In the left-hand column there is also a Mode and an Alarm field
respectively. The operation mode of the unit is shown in the
Mode field, i.e. if it is running or not. Emergency and Summer
night cooling status is also shown. These variables come from
the GOLD or from the BMS system depending on which is connected. If the GOLD is connected, it is the master and writes
over possible changes entered on the page. If the GOLD is
not connected but the BMS system handles the communication with other air handling units, the BMS also writes over
the selections made on the page, depending on how the BMS
system implements this function.
The alarm field shows the alarm status for Super WISE internal
alarm status. There are alarms for deviation between actual
and setpoint pressure values from the unit as well as alarms if
any damper has been 100% open for a longer period than the
alarm delay period set in the right-hand column
Farthest down in the left-hand column is a button for resetting
alarms.
There are settings in the right-hand column, i.e. all the configuration values for pressure optimizing.
Start-up delay denotes the time from when the air handling unit
has signalled that it is in operation until its optimizing begins.
The purpose of this period is to give the system a chance to
become stabilized.
There are several pressure configuring values for supply air and
extract air respectively. Min/Setp/Max.
• Min. The pressure setpoint that the Super WISE must not
require to be lower than that from the air handling unit
during the optimizing procedure.
• Setp. The pressure set point used by the Super WISE is transmitted to the air handling unit before the optimizing begins.
• Max. The pressure set point that the Super WISE must not
require to be higher than that from the air handling unit
during optimizing.
Limit values for the upper and lower damper levels respectively
denote the area in which Super WISE tries to optimize the
dampers that are open the most in the supply air and extract air
respectively. If the most open damper is more open than the
upper damper limit, the air handling unit increases the pressure.
When the air handling unit increases the pressure, the damper
will slightly close.
If the most open damper is less open than the lower damper
limit, the air handling unit decreases the pressure. When the air
handling unit decreases the pressure, the damper will slightly
open.
The alarm delay indicates how long time a fault must exist
before the Super WISE initiates the alarm for it.
The size of the step indicates how many Pascal the pressure
setpoints from the Super WISE shall be allowed to change
between two updates.
Interval indicates how often the Super WISE is allowed to
update its setpoints.
Permissible deviation indicates how much deviation is permissible between actual and setpoint values for pressure. Super WISE
does not update the pressure setpoints until the actual values
are within those that deviate.
Figure 23. Optimizer.
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6.3 Zone
Summation flows for supply air and extract air respectively are specified on the zone page.
Within a zone there could be summation and slave control of some zone dampers. The slave flow that shall be divided
to the slave dampers (one to three) also appears for each zone. See Figure 24 below. Offset flow for a summation zone
should be entered into each extract air sum damper in the summation group. The offset set in the extract air product is
applicable only to that specifc product. The offset value is entered in the offset parameter in the parameter page for the
products.
On the zone page there is also information and settings for position optimisation of zone dampers with respect to the
room dampers' position. When a zone damper or a router is used to optimise the damper position on underlying room
damper these values are automatically displayed.
• "Low limit damper position" sets the minimum damper position the most open room damper should have.
• "High limit damper position" sets the maximum throttle position the most open room damper should have.
• "Step size optimization %" sets how many percent the the zone damper shall increase / decrease at each optimisa-
tion cycle.
• "Interval time update damper pos%" sets how often the zone damper shall load the room dampers' damper posi-
tion for optimisation.
Figure 24. Zone.
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6.3.1 Commissioning
On this page it is possible to change setpoints for all room products within a zone or all zones. Be careful not to change
the air flow unless you are not sure that all should have the exact same airflow. Set the values ​​to be changed, select
zone or all zones and press the set and the Super WISE will updates the values​​. You can only change one set point at a
time.
Figure 25. Comissioning.
6.4 Alarms
The alarms that exist as well as those that have occurred in the system are shown on the alarm page. The 100 most
recent alarms are shown.
It is important that the Super WISE clock is correctly set in order to achieve accurate handling of alarms, see section
6.7.5. The alarms that are active just now are shown in red text. Alarms that have previously been active, but are not
active any more are shown in black text with the appendix "Reset".
From version 1.14, all alarms are ignored while the air handling unit is turned off, see figure 19.
Each alarm contains the following information:
• Alarm number
• Date and time when it became active
• Information about the controller in which that the alarm is active, by a reference to zone/zone controller/room/room
controller.
• Alarm text
Figure 24. Alarm.
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Under the tab "Alarm settings" all settings for alarms are available. All alarms in Super Wise is divided into A and B alarms.
By default, A-alarms are function alarms and B alarms are comfort alarms. It is possible to change the priority of an alarm,
highlight the alarm in either list and move it to the other list by arrows between the lists. Under "Show A/B- alarm" you
select how the alarm should be handled.
• "Show A-and B-alarms" means that all alarms are always displayed.
• "Hide B alarms in history" means all B-alarms are hidden in history and not sent out via email.
• "Hide B alarms on room pages and history" means B-alarms never appears in Super WISE.
• "Block alarms"blocks alarms which occurs because the AHU is turned off, these alarms are not shown in
Super WISE. This function requires that the AHU or BMS/PLC writes the AHU’s status to Super WISE.
• "Clear reseted alarms" will clear all alarms in the history that has been previously restored and are not active.
• "Clear all alarms" will clear all alarms in the history then re-read all active alarms again.
Figure 27. Alarm settings.
6.5 Links
Relevant links, such as the air handling unit’s web page or BMS, if such exist, are shown on the link page. The links are
created in the admin/link page. Links can only be created by users with administrator rights.
Figure 28. Links.
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6.6 Log
The log flap consists principally of three parts, a parameter window, a diagram window and a memory selector.
The parameter window consists of five columns, parameter name, parameter number, min. and max. for the
parameter as well as its value in the item at which the
cursor is pointing. The parameter window can contain a
maximum of ten parameters at one time. The parameter
number is the parameter’s internal ID, which can be used
to ensure which parameter is concerned, when you speak
with a support technician, for instance. Min and Max are
min. and max. signal values. These values can be changed
by the user in order to obtain a different resolution in the
diagram window. The value of the parameter at the point
where the marker is situated in the diagram window is
shown in the cursor column. A box, coloured the same as
the parameter curve in the diagram window, is shown to
the right of the parameter window.
The curves of the parameters that have been selected
in the parameter window are shown in the diagram
window.
The Y axis is graded from 0 – 100 % where 0 % corresponds to a parameter’s min. value and 100% corresponds to the parameter’s max. value.
Click with the mouse on the relevant point in the diagram
to study a parameter’s value at a given point. The cursor
will then jump to the place where the user clicks. The
value at the point where the cursor rests is displayed in
the Cursor column in the Parameter window.
Figure 29. Log page.
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The zoom control enables the user to zoom in (move the
control to the left) and zoom out (move the control the
right). If the control is moved as far to the right as possible, all items in the current memory are shown. If the
zoom control is not completely zoomed out, it is possible
to move the diagram to the side using the horizontal scroll
bar. Two time indications are shown at the lower left and
lower right edge of the diagram window. They show the
time at the data points that are at the beginning and end
of the diagram. In the Memory selection box, the user
can select the memory from which data will be studied.
MMC external; can be used if the user has inserted an
SD card (min. 2 Gb) in the card holder on the Super WISE.
The log file on a card is restricted to 999 days of logging.
When data has been logged for 999 days, the Super WISE
begins to write over the first day. All the data from the
most recent 999 days are always accessible. The time-toreply for changes in the display is long.
Real time: downloads data in real time and displays the
data in the diagram window. The period between two
data points can be selected in the time sample box. The
shortest time is one second. Note that it takes a while
before a time will be displayed to the left below the
diagram window since it takes a while for the first saved
point to appear at the extreme left.
N.B.! Log data from earlier versions can not be read after
updating to version 1.14.
Move the control to the
right if the page is blank.
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Choose parameters
The number of parameters selected in the parameter window do not make any difference in the number of data points
that can be saved, since all the available parameters are always saved. However only the changes are saved. In order to
study a parameter, the user should click on an empty line in the parameter window in order to add a new parameter, or
click on an already existing parameter for the purpose of exchanging it. A new window will then pop up where you can
select a parameter. See figure 30. If the user clicked on an existing parameter, it is also possible to delete it by pressing "Remove". If the user uses the MMC and some time has elapsed, the user can press the Update button to make
sure that the last data point will also appear in the diagram window. If the user uses the MMC memory, he or she can
update the display by clicking on MMC one more time.
Figure 30. Parameter selection.
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6.7 Admin
6.7.1 Admin – Users
Users can be managed under this tab. Here, you can specify who has access to web pages as well as how and who you
should inform in the event of possible alarms. You can also enter a password for each user here. Maximum 10 users are
allowed.
Figure 31. Users.
NOTE! The passwords and user names must not contain
characters with accents of any kind used for indicating the
quality of a vowel, for instance.
Alarms can be sent via e-mail if the Super WISE is connected to the network/Internet via a local network. The
settings can be changed for a user by pressing on Edit.
The initial setting for the various user passwords are as
follows:
NOTE! A lost password can not be reset. If this happens,
the device must be sent to the Swegon factory for
reprogramming.
User
reader
writer
service
admin
Password
reader
writer
service
admin
Figure 32. User settings.
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6.7.2 Admin – TCP/IP
The settings for network communication with the Super
WISE can be entered under the TCP/IP tab. If you have
access to a DHCP server, it is almost always advisable to
use this server. IP conflicts can then be avoided by using
a DHCP. Static IP means that the Super WISE obtains a
permanent IP address which the user must specify. This
works well for small networks, however in other cases IP
addresses should be selected with great care so that the
selected IP address will not end up in conflict with someone else’s IP address.
One example is the IP address 62.119.110.110, which
obtains the name swegon.com by a DNS. The MAC
address is the unique hardware address allocated to the
network card when the card is produced. This address
can never by changed and is always unique. For information about which IP address, subnet mask, gateway and
DNS is appropriate to use, get in touch with your network
manager.
From version 1.16 there is the possibility to restart the
Super WISE via the "Reboot" button.
A DNS checks whether the IP address is represented by
some name.
Figure 33. TCP-IP.
6.7.3 Admin - E-mail
You can select here whether the Super WISE shall manage outgoing e-mail, or whether some other Super WISE connected to the network shall do so. If Super WISE shall manage the e-mail, fill in the SMTP server. This address can be a
domain name or an IP address. The e-mail reply-path can be the same as the sender address, if the Super WISE has a
unique e-mail address of its own. It is often appropriate to enter the address to the person who is responsible for the
Super WISE in both e-mail address boxes.
Figure 34. E-mail.
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6.7.4 Admin - Links
Under this tab, you can set whatever links you want shown below the previous tab, Links. Here, you can create quickaccess links to the other Super WISE units or the like, that are included in the network, for instance. Fill in the name and
IP addresses to the connected units.
When the Links tab opens, links to all the Super WISE are named there. It also works just as well to specify the IP
addresses for the various units directly in the web browser being used. You can also change the start page shown
directly after you log on. There is also a special link to the air handling unit that provides the Super WISE with air.
Figure 35. Links.
6.7.5 Admin – Misc.
There are settings on the Misc. page for External EIA/TIA-485 communication, TCP/IP communication, date and time. It
is also possible to remove and search new units in the system.
Modbus RTU/EXOline settings
The following settings can be entered:
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"Protocol" – Can be set to Modbus or Exoline
"Baud rate" – Communication speed. 4.8, 9.6, 19.2 or 38.8 kBaud
"Parity" – None - Even or Uneven.
"Stop bit" – 1 or 2
"Modbus ID/EXOline PLA" – Modbus id for Modbus RTU via RS-485. This also sets the PLA-bit for EXOline when
EXOline communication is selected.
• TCP Modbus ID - Modbus ID for MODBUS TCP via Ethernet.
BACnet IP settings
The following settings can be entered:
• BACNet IP – Inactive or Active. Select active so that BACNet will start.
• Device ID – BACNet device ID. BACNet IP will be Inactive when a change is made.
• Port number – Port number that BACNet TCP uses. BACNet IP will be Inactive when a change is made.
• Fetch EDE file – Downloads the current BACNet EDE file to the user’s computer.
NOTE! The BACNet EDE-file is static and follows the structure specified in a separate Excel document. This applies from
Version 1.07.
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Date and time settings
This is where time and date can be set. Correct settings
are important when storing logged data on the SD card.
WISE network devices
The WISE network offers opportunity to delete all controllers from the list and then reconstruct this list. When
you press “Reset”, this clears the list of its contents and
a new search of all the zones and room products in the
system is made. Components that have been assigned an
alias keep this name also after the controllers have been
deleted. The website must be updated by pressing “F5”.
The whole process takes about 3 minutes.
Room controller scan settings
The room controller search setting contains a setting for
how often the Super WISE should look for new room controllers. If you set the value to 0, a search for new room
controllers will never by made. By pressing the Search
button, the user can force a search for new room controllers. A search takes 3 minutes.
Once the system has been built up and all the controllers
have been detected, it is then advisable to set the scan
time to 0 min., or to a value so high (480 min.) that the
normal reading process will not be affected.
"Factory reset" means local parameters in the Super WISE
are resteted. Zone or room product parameters are not
resetted.
Modbus TCP settings
• "Modbus TCP approved client IP address" – together
with "Modbus TCP approved client netmask", limits
which IP or IP's that are allowed to connect with
Modbus TCP to Super WISE (default 0.0.0.0).
• "Modbus TCP approved client netmask" – together
with "Modbus TCP approved client IP address", limits
which IP/IP's that are allowed to connect with Modbus
TCP to Super WISE (default 0.0.0.0).
• "Modbus portnumber" – displays which port number
Super WISE is set to scan for Modbus TCP communication (default 502).
• "Modbus TCP ID" – displays the Modbus TCP ID of the
Super WISE.
WISE Apartment
This function activates the Super WISE for Swegon's
apartmen system. This system is not compatible with the
normal zone and room functions, it is a completely independent system.
Power failure
After a power failure all controllers restarts. On older
zone dampers, prior version 0:54, they must be initiated
through force scan to find the room products again, this
happens automatically after the selected time. If time
is set to 0, the initiation must be done manually. For
CONTROL regulators and router from version 0:54, an
automatic scan will take place on startup.
Figure 36. Misc.
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6.7.6 Admin – Software updating
On the software updating page, the user can see which
software version the Super WISE contains. If a memory
card containing a newer software version is inserted into
the memory card reader, the system will indicate on the
status line that an update is available. When an update is
available, the user can update Super WISE by pressing on
Start upgrading. When the system is to be updated, you
must disconnect the network cord to COM5 as a measure
to prevent conflicts. When the system is to be updated,
you must disconnect the network cord to COM4 and
COM5 as a measure to minimise conflicts. You must also
stop the BACnet function. See section 6.7.5.
Figure 37. Software update.
6.7.7 Admin – MMC
If a memory card is installed, the user can remove, open
or fetch files from the memory card to his or her computer on the memory card page. Manuals, etc. can be
stored on the memory card so they will always be accessible. Log data can also be stored on the memory card if
the memory card has been selected as the storage position location on the Log page.
NOTE! The files and Log data cannot be read but are used
only for presenting data on the log page.
To select: Delete / Open / Save, the user must right-hand
click on the file.
Figure 38. MMC.
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