Wattstopper® Outdoor Wireless Setup and Operations

Wattstopper® Outdoor Wireless Setup and Operations
Wattstopper
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No: 25173 – 12/16 rev. 1
Outdoor Wireless
Setup and Operations Guide
CONTENTS
Logging In................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3
Updating the Firmware............................................................................................................................................................................ 4
Installing the Base Snapshot.................................................................................................................................................................. 6
Configuring Host Settings....................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Configuring Extensions and Other Settings....................................................................................................................................... 12
Configuring Connectors........................................................................................................................................................................ 14
Setting Up the Database........................................................................................................................................................................ 17
Creating Schedules and Events............................................................................................................................................................ 24
Using the Folio App................................................................................................................................................................................ 30
Running Functions with the Job App................................................................................................................................................... 33
Using the Historian App......................................................................................................................................................................... 34
Viewing Point Data for a Specific Piece of Equipment....................................................................................................................... 38
Adding Graphics of the Site and Equipment....................................................................................................................................... 40
Managing Users...................................................................................................................................................................................... 41
Using the Help App................................................................................................................................................................................ 43
Changing the App ID (panID) for Multiple Networks........................................................................................................................... 44
Functions For Testing the Network...................................................................................................................................................... 50
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This guide provides detailed information on how to setup and run a Legrand Outdoor Wireless System. It assumes all components have
already been installed. The software applications described in this guide reside within the 225CWS.
LOGGING IN
1. Once the 225CWS is powered, the WiFi led will turn green after a boot up. Once green the 225CWS will broadcast a WiFi network
with an SSID the same as the first 2 sections of your Host ID. The Host ID can be located on the label of the device, or on the box
the device came in.
SSID Example: 225CWS-C1234567890
The default WiFi SSID passphrase is the last 8 characters of your Host ID, and is case sensitive. Connect to this network with your
computer.
Passphrase Example: ABCD1234
2. Using the Web browser of the computer (Google Chrome is recommended), connected the to the WiFi network, navigate to
http://192.168.10.1. The InferStack login screen will appear.
Login Screen
3. The default username: su
Default Password: The last 8 characters of your host ID.
4. Once logged in, the Home screen appears, displaying the various available applications.
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UPDATING THE FIRMWARE
1. After Logging In, the Home screen opens.
Home Screen
2. Before doing anything else, check the current version of firmware and any associated patches in the 225CWS. Select the small
square button at the top left of the screen to open a pop-up menu which contains smaller versions of the same icons on the home
page.
NOTE: Clicking this icon is the way to access the various apps when you are currently on a different app. From the pop-up
window (shown below), you can click the icon for any app, or click the Project Home icon to return to the Home screen,
shown above.
3. In the pop-Up the current Build version is visible at the top right corner of this menu. The next step is the enter the Host app. This
is the only method to get to the Host app—it is not accessible from the main screen. Click Host to continue.
NOTE: Only users logging in as “su” can access the Host app.
Select the Host App
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4. The Host screen opens with the Projects tab selected.
Host App Project Tab
5. Click the Updates tab, then click Upload Build.
Host App Updates Tab
6. The Upload Build dialog opens. Click Choose File,select the location on your computer where the latest .zip file is located, and
click Open. Then click Upload.
Upload Build
7. Following the upload, a the 225 CWS will reboot. Following the reboot process, reconnect to the WiFi.
NOTE: Contact Wattstopper Technical Support for information on the most recent version of the firmware.
8. If a patch update is required, repeat steps 1-4 to return to the Updates tab then click Upload Patches.
Host App Updates Tab
9. The Upload Patches dialog opens. Click Choose File,select the location on your computer where the latest .pod file is located,
and click Open. Then click Upload.
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Upload Patches
10.Following the upload, a the 225 CWS will reboot. Following the reboot process, reconnect to the WiFi.
NOTE: Contact Wattstopper technical cupport for information on the latest version of the firmware.
INSTALLING THE BASE SNAPSHOT
The base snapshot is the starting point for the database stored in the 225CWS.
1. From the Home Screen click the Folio icon.
Home Screen
2. The Folio screen opens with the Axon tab selected.
Folio App Axon Tab
3. Click the Snapshots tab, then Click Upload.
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Folio App Snapshots Tab
4. The Upload Snapshot dialog opens. Click Choose File,select the location on your computer where the latest .“WS Base
Snapshot_XXXX.zip” file is located, and click Open. Then click Upload.
NOTE: Contact Wattstopper Technical Support for information on the most recent version of the 225CWS Builds.
Upload Snapshot
5. After uploading the snapshot, the file will appear in the widow. Click the file under the “Size” column to select it, then click Restore.
Folio App Snapshots Tab with File Uploaded
6. The Restore dialog opens. Be sure that the Perform snapshot of current state before restore checkbox is selected, then
click OK. Following the restore, the 225CWS will reboot. Following the reboot process, reconnect to the WiFi and return to Home
Screen.
Restore
CONFIGURING HOST SETTINGS
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The Host app allows you to configure the network and wireless settings, and to set the date and time.
1. From the Home screen, select the small square button at the top left of the screen to open a pop-up menu.
Home Screen
2. Click Host to continue. This is the only method to get to the Host app—it is not accessible from the main screen.
NOTE: Only users logging in as “su” can access the Host app.
Select the Host App
3. The Host screen opens with the Projects tab selected.
Host App Project Tab
4. Click the Settings tab. The Settings tab has several pages, accessed by clicking the menus on the left side of the screen. By
default, the Settings tab opens on the General menu.
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Host App Settings Tab – General Page
5. Click the top Edit button in the Date & Time section to open the Date & Time dialog. If you select the Manually set date and
time option, you can change the settings if needed. If the 225CWS will remain connected to the Internet, you can select the
Automatically set date and time option, if desired. Click OK.
6. If the currently selected time zone needs to be changed, click the Edit button in the Date & Time section, and modify the setting. If
you change the time zone, you must reboot the 225CWS. After rebooting, repeat steps 1-4 to return to the Settings tab.
Date & Time
7. If you scroll down the General menu page, you will find a section for the Battery. If you ever receive a battery alarm, you should
navigate back to this section. Click Test to perform diagnostics. Then, click Details to open the alarm log. Contact WattStopper
Technical Support and submit the log.
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Host App Settings Tab – General Page
8. Click the Network menu option to open the Network page.
Host App Settings Tab – Network Page
9. Click the Network button to the right of Edit to open the Network dialog. The WAN is the default for the Ethernet Port on the
225CWS. The LAN is the default port for the WiFi access. Either of these can be edited. If edited ensure that the remaining
parameters are set correctly, based on the desired IP Configuration.
10.Select the Uplink Mode based on the desired method for connecting the 225CWS to the Internet.
The 225CWS operates in the same way as a conventional home router. The WAN (or Modem) interface provides the uplink into
either the Internet or a wider area network. The LAN interface runs a local area network. The interface used to connect to the
Internet is called the active uplink. There are 3 uplink options for the 225CWS:
• Auto – use the best interface available
• WAN – always use the wired ethernet WAN interface
• Modem – always use the modem interface
For WAN and Modem, if the connection is unavailable for any reason, the device will be unable to reach external networks. For
Auto, the wired ethernet WAN interface will always be preferred. If the system detects that the wired connection no longer has
connectivity, it will automatically switch over the modem interface. When the system detects that connectivity over the wired
connection is restored, the gateway will be automatically switched back over to the ethernet interface.
Connectivity for the WAN interface is determined by periodically pining the “Uplink Ping Address”. If the device can successfully
ping this address via the WAN interface, it is considered “up”.
NOTE: Auto uplink mode requires a valid reachable IP address for the the system to properly switch interfaces based on
connection status.
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11.Click OK.
Network
12.To edit the Wireless WiFi SSID, click Wireless to open the Wireless dialog, enter the desired Network Name and Passphrase
and select OK. You must re-connect to the 225CWS after the settings are saved.
Wireless
13.If the cellular option is included, click the Modem menu option on the left side of the screen. Ensure that the cellular antenna is
connected and that all four green LEDs on the modem page are active. Then click Provision. This will set up the 225CWS 3G
network. This step must be conducted in a Verizon “Home Network”.
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14.To exit the Host app, click the rectangular button in the upper left corner and then click the Project name, You return to the Home
screen.
NOTE: By default, the project name will be “Inferstack”. You will name the project in the next step
Exiting the Host App
CONFIGURING EXTENSIONS AND OTHER SETTINGS
The Settings app is where drivers and other extensions/apps can be added. It also includes basic settings, such as the project name.
1. From the Home Screen click the Settings icon.
Home Screen
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2. The Settings app has several pages, accessed by clicking the menus on the left side of the screen. By default, the Settings app
opens on the Project menu. Enter the desired name for your project in the Display Name field. This name will appear in the upper
right corner of screen, to the left of the of user name (in the following example, the name is “WattStopper”. Click Save.
Settings App – Project Page
3. Click the Extensions menu option. This page allows you to enable and disable various extensions. By default, a number of
extensions are enabled. Check to be sure that Email, Graphics, Haystack, JennetIP, and Schedule are enabled, and click the
appropriate Enable button(s) if they are not.
Settings App – Extensions Page
4. Click the Audit menu option. The Audit menu allows you to track certain changes made in the system. Check to make sure that
Action and Login are enabled and click Save.
Settings App – Audit Page
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5. Click the Email menu option. The Email extension is used to send emails from the system to users. Enter the Host, Port, User
Name (normally the same as the sending email address), Password, and From Address to enable this function. After this
information is entered, click Test. In the pop-up screen, enter an email address to send a test message to and click Send to verify
the email app is working properly.
Once receipt of the email is confirmed, click Save.
Settings App – Email Page
CONFIGURING CONNECTORS
The Connectors app displays a list of all wireless devices that can be discovered by the 225CWS. From this list of devices, you then
select the specific devices that you want to control with this 225CWS. These devices will then be added to the network database in a
later step.
NOTE: A maximum of 150 devices can be controlled by a single 225CWS. With larger networks of devices, you must use more than
one 225CWS, and then choose which devices are controlled by a specific 225CWS.
1. From the Home Screen click the Connectors icon.
Home Screen
2. The Connectors app has several pages, accessed by clicking the menus on the left side of the screen. Select Coordinator in
the JennetIP section to display all wireless devices found on the network. This process will take 1 minute before devices begin
showing up on the page.
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Connectors App – Coordinator Page
3. The network parameters can be edited by clicking Config. Any changes made in this section will affect connectivity. The Default
App ID of the wireless products is “0”. To change the coordinator App ID, edit only the ending digits of the App ID, ensuring that
the App ID remains 8 digits following the “x”. For example, if the App ID needs to be changed to 4, change the ID to “0X00000004”.
Once the change is made and saved, you must click Reset.
Connectors App – Configure App ID
4. Once the devices are found, they are displayed on the page. Any device that is a “direct connect” to the 225CWS displays an
lqi (Link Quality Indicator). Additionally, the desc column displays the number of descendants (also referred to as Children/
Grandchildren) connected to that device. For the descendent devices, these two columns are blank, but instead the nextHop
column indicates which other device that device is connected to.
Connectors App – Coordinator Page after Device Discovery
5. The next step is to add the desired devices to the database for the 225CWS. Click Connectors in the JennetIP section, then click
Discover. Any device on the wireless network that has not already been added to the database will appear in this window. Select
one of the devices you want to add, then click Add.
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Discover Devices
6. The New dialog opens. Enter a name for the device in the dis field. This will be used for reference when viewing the devices in the
network. Then click OK. You return to the Discover dialog. Repeat this process until all devices are added to the network.
If a list of device IDs has been provided along with some type of naming reference has been provided, you can use that. For
example, Pole_1, Pole_2, Pole_3, etc. If not, you can use any naming convention will work, provided you note the device ID.
Add a New Device
7. Once devices are added to the network, they will appear on Connectors page in the JennetIP section. The devices will either be
in “fault” or “unknown” condition until control points have been added.
Connectors Page after Adding Devices
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SETTING UP THE DATABASE
Use the Builder app to create the database within the 225CWS. It will contain the site and equipment information, as well as the control
points.
1. From the Home Screen click the Builder icon.
Home Screen
2. If the snapshot was successfully loaded, as described in the section “Installing the Base Snapshot” on page 6, the screen
should appear as shown below. If a new site is being created, click Create > New Site.
Builder App – Starting with the Base Snapshot
3. Select the site. The Essential Tags screen appears and the site information is visible. Edit the Site Name, Country, Address,
City, State, Postal Code, and Time Zone according to your site details. Enter the Latitude and Longitude based on the site
location. Be sure to hit the Enter key on the keyboard after each value.
NOTE: All Longitude values in North America have a “-”.
If a site specific tag is required, a marker tag can be added by clicking the “+”. A marker tag is a unique “identifier” that can be
added to any site, equip or point.
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Builder App – Editing Site Information
4. In the left section of the screen, expand the site tree. A default equipment is present, “My Pole_001”. This equipment already has
default points assigned.
NOTE: You have the option of adding a new piece of equipment and using that to add points. To create a new piece of equipment,
highlight the site, click Create > New Equip in My Site. Edit the Equip Name, Select the Is A Meter checkbox. Select
Submeter from the drop-down below that checkbox. Click Browse for the Is a SubMeter Of field, then select the site from
the pop-up and click Done. Add any additional marker tags, as desired. Finally, click the Create button at the bottom of the
screen to save the equipment. Note that you will have to manually add points to this equipment, which is outside the scope
of this document.
Builder App - Editing Equipment Information
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5. To edit the sample points in the equipment provided, expand the first piece of equipment. Delete any points not to be used by
selecting the point, then selecting Actions > Delete.
6. To globally edit the sample points to a new device added in the connectors app, select all the points under the equipment and
select the Actions > Edit All.
Builder App - Edit All Points
Point
Definition
Amps
Current/Amperage from the fixture
DimmingLevel
0-100%. Drives the 0-10V Driver
LoadStatus
Based on reading current from the fixture
OverrideOnOff
Override command to drive the on board relay on or off. Commands the fixture. (0=Auto, 1=ON, 2=OFF)
TodaySR
Sunrise time. Minutes after midnight calculation based on geographic coordinates of the site. Commands
fixture Off.
TodaySS
Sunset time. Minutes after midnight calculation based on geographic coordinates of the site. Commands
fixture On.
Volts
Voltage (RMS) from the load
Watts
Active Power/Wattage reading from the fixture
7. After selecting Edit All, scroll to the selection “JennetConnRef” and select the browse button.
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Builder App - Edit Values for Multiple Points
8. Select the “Connector” that you want to relativize the points to and select done. This will associate the points in the sample device
to the connector chosen.
Builder App - Assign Device to Points
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9. Click the Refresh icon. The points will respond and update.
Builder App - Refresh Equipment
10.The points in the first device are now active. The next step is to “clone” the remaining devices in the network. This process will
duplicate the first device and apply all settings to the remaining devices on the network.
To start, click the Connectors icon at the top. This will open the “Connectors” previously added on the right side of the screen.
NOTE: In a situation where multiple 225CWS controllers will be in close proximity, it is necessary to segregate the wireless
networks. This is known as changing the App ID (panID) in both the 225CWS and the field devices. Because this must be
done for all devices in the entire network, you will want to add the panID to the first device before cloning the network. See
“Changing the App ID (panID) for Multiple Networks” on page 44 for details.
Builder App - Select Connectors
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11.Select the first piece of equipment. Click the Clone Equipment icon. From the Connectors section on the right, click and drag the
connector used to make the first device in step 6, to the “Base URL” in the pop up window (in this example, “Pole_01”).
Builder App - Assign Initial Device to Base URL
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12.After the initial device has been added to the base URL, select all the remaining devices from Connectors section as a group and
drag them to the window under the “Relative URL” section. Click Create.
Builder App - Clone Devices
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13.Highlight the site in the left section of the screen, and click the Refresh icon to the right of the site name. The database will build
the rest of the site automatically. This process associates each device to its correct relative points.
Builder App - Object List After Cloning
14.Return to the Home screen, then reselect the Connectors App. You will see the devices begin to open one at a time. After a
device has been opened and the points relativized, the connector status will change from “fault” to “ok”. This process can take
several minutes, depending on the device count.
Connectors App - Opening Newly Created Equipment Objects
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15.After the points are relativized, the network should look like this.
Connectors App - All Objects Opened
CREATING SCHEDULES AND EVENTS
In the Schedule app, you create schedules and assign events to those schedules.
1. From the Home Screen click the Schedule icon.
Home Screen
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2. As part of the snapshot, the schedules in the following screenshot are provided.
Schedule App – Default Schedules
3. To view or edit the schedule values, select the arrow by the schedule to open and view. To the right of the schedule name are
three buttons: Weekly, Events, and Points. Click these buttons to change the display:
• Weekly – Displays the events in a weekly/hourly format
• Events – Allows you to view individual events in the schedule
• Points - Allows you to assign points to the schedule
Schedule App – Schedule Expanded
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4. To edit the values, double click any portion of the schedule. The right section of the screen changes to show editable parameters
for the portion of the schedule you selected.
Schedule App – Editing Values
5. Click Points to add points to the schedule.
Schedule App – Select the Points Display
6. Click the Schedulables icon at the top of the screen to open the Schedulables section on the right. You can manually scroll through
the points to add to the schedule or search for a particular type of point. For example, typing “dim” in the Search field displays the
“DimmingLevel” point. Select individual points or group select all of the points and simply drag them to the schedule and release.
Schedule App – Add Points
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7. Once added to the schedule the points will be visible in the points window. The name of the schedule associated with each point
will also appear by the points in the Schedulables window.
Schedule App – After Points are Added
8. To create a new schedule, click New to open the Essential Tags section on the right. Complete the following fields:
• Schedule Name
• Schedule Type (for DimmingLevel and OverrideOnOff the schedule must be “Number”)
• Default Value (this is optional)
If the schedule requires any marker tags (receiving values from a function), select the “+” in the Marker Tag section and add them
Click Create.
Schedule App – Create a New Schedule
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9. To set the time (or times) the schedule occurs, click and drag inside the schedule to highlight a time period for one day. Once
completed, double click the highlighted time and the section to the right appears. Enter the values required for this schedule. Note
that the time can be edited here as well. When complete, click Apply.
NOTE: In the next step, you can apply this time period to multiple days.
Schedule App – Set a Time for a Schedule
10.Once a particular day has been completed, click the double arrows icon to the right of the day name. A dialog pops-up, providing
the option to apply that day to another Day, Weekdays only, or the Week. Make the selection and click Apply.
Schedule App – Apply a Time to Multiple Days
11.To create an Event within a schedule, click Events.
Schedule App – Select Events Display
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12.Click the menu icon and select Create Event.
Schedule App – Create an Event
13.Create a custom event that will override the schedule during that period. The values can be added based on a “Range”, “Rule” or
“Week”. Once the event has been edited, select “Create”.
Schedule App – Edit Event Values
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USING THE FOLIO APP
The Folio App is used to batch edit the database. Site, Equip and Points can be queried. Certain functions can be executed as well.
1. From the Home Screen click the Folio icon.
Home Screen
2. The Folio App opens on the Axon tab. In the Axon tab the all entries are entered to the right of the “>”.
Folio App – Axon Tab
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3. To search for all points in the database, type “point” and press the Enter. All points in the database will be visible. Any point can
then be selected and edited.
Folio App – Displaying All Points
4. To search for all equipment in the database, type “equip” and press Enter. All equipment in the database will be visible. Any piece
of equipment can then be selected and edited.
Folio App – Displaying All Equipment
5. Any site, equip or point that has a tag can be queried as well. In the following screenshot, “zone1” was queried and 3 pieces of
equipment with that tag were displayed.
Folio App – Querying a Tag
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6. In the screenshot above, “watts” was queried and 4 points with that tag were displayed.
Folio App – Querying a Tag
7. To add tags to a site, equip or point, following the query, select the object(s) and click Edit. To add a maker tag (name) click Add
Tags. A dialog pops up. Enter the tag and click Add. In the following example, a zone2 tag is being added to 2 points. Once
added, click OK.
Folio App – Adding a Tag
8. The query tool can also be used to delete or “trash” items from a database. Select any item in the query and click the Trash button
directly above the listed items. Once an item or items have been trashed it is always best to empty the trash folder once confident
the items are no longer needed. To empty the trash, click the Trash tab at the top. Select the items and click Empty. If an item has
been put in the trash by mistake, select that item and click Restore to move it out of the trash and back to the database.
Folio App – Trash Items in the Database
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RUNNING FUNCTIONS WITH THE JOB APP
The Job App is used to run Functions at a scheduled time.
1. From the Home Screen click the Folio icon.
Home Screen
2. Three Jobs are included in the Snapshot, scheduled to run at preset times. These times can be edited as required.
Job App
3. To edit a job, select the job and click Edit. Modify the job parameters as needed and click OK.
Job App – Edit Job
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4. To create a new Job, click New. In the window, enter a job name in the dis field. Enter the function to run in the job field. Set the
time or times to run the job in the jobSchedule section and click OK.
5. To manually run any job, select the job in the and click Run. After running the job, the status of the job can be monitored in the
Log”.
NOTE: The Sync Time job must be run after the NWTL-111 devices all display “OK” in the Connectors App. This will ensure the
time in the internal clock is set. This is a requirement for the Sunrise/Sunset times to function properly. Running this job the
first time could take up to an hour on a project with over 100 devices. After the Sync Time job is 100% complete the status
will report “doneOk”. (If an error is reported the status will return “doneErr”.) After the Sync Time job is completed properly,
the Update Sunrise/Sunset job must be run. This will publish the current Sunrise/Sunset time to the TodaySR and TodaySS
points in the devices.
USING THE HISTORIAN APP
The Historian app is where all histories are stored in the 225CWS. The 225CWS has 8GB of Flash Storage. At preset trending rates
(15min for energy data and COV for command and status changes), there is more than 20 years of storage capacity on a 225CWS
(based on maximum point load) before data is overwritten.
1. From the Home Screen click the Folio icon.
Home Screen
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2. To access historical data, click Histories.
Historian App
3. Select the Site and the Equip column will populate with equipment for that site. Select the desired item in the Equip column and
the Point column will populate. Double-click the point(s) that are desired. The selected points will be moved to the Selected
column.
NOTE: To select multiple points at once, shift-click or control-click to select multiple items in the list, and then while still holding
the Shift or Ctrl key, double-click on one of the items in the list.
NOTE: After selecting one item in the Equip column and adding points to the Selected column, you can go back and select a
different item in the Equip column, then select the point(s). In this way you can get the histories of points for multiple piece
of equipment at the same time. So for, example, you could view he Dimming Point for several pieces of equipment in one
chart.
4. Click OK and the history chart will be displayed.
If you know the desired point names, you can search for them using the search window at the top right to expedite the query.
Multiple points from multiple piece of equipment can be queried at the same time.
Historian App – Selecting Items to Display Their History
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5. By default data is displayed in a chart view. To view the same data in a grid, change the View from Chart to Grid.
Historian App – Chart View
Historian App – Grid View
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6. You can change the date or range of dates by clicking the Date Range button at the top. You can select an individual day, week,
month, or year, or specify any date range. Once set, clicking the left or right arrows at the end of the button will toggle the chart
progressively through the days, weeks, months or years.
Historian App – Change Date
7. Sample rates can be changed on the Configure Histories screen. Click Options to open this dialog. Highlight one or more of the
points, then click Interval to set the scale of the data included on the chart. Other options include choosing the type of chart, colors
used in the chart, grouping, and type of calculation.
Historian App – Configure Histories
8. To export the history to a particular file type, click the Download icon, select the file type, and click OK. The report can also be
emailed from the system in this window if the email extension has been set up.
Historian App – Export File
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VIEWING POINT DATA FOR A SPECIFIC PIECE OF EQUIPMENT
The Equip app is similar to the Historian app, but is focused on displaying data for a specific piece of equipment.
1. From the Home Screen click the Equip icon.
Home Screen
2. Click the “Equipment” button. A dialog similar to the one used in the Historian app opens. Note that this only has two columns, for
Site and Equip. Select the Site to populate the Equip column, then double-click the particular piece of equipment desired.
Equip App
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3. The screen displays a series of charts displaying data on various points. As with the Historian app, you can change the date or
date range by clicking the button at the top.
Equip App – Displaying Data
4. Click Options to determine whether or not to display the Weather chart. Note that the sunrise and sunset times are determined by
the locations settings in the Essential Tags of the Builder App. See “Setting Up the Database” on page 17 for details.
Click Points to see a list of the point data shown in the charts. To add other charts to the screen, click Add Points. A dialog
identical to the one in the Historian app opens and you can select the points to add.
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ADDING GRAPHICS OF THE SITE AND EQUIPMENT
The Graphics App is where the customer GUI is located. Graphical representation of the Site and Equipment is provided. The Graphics
are published to the 225CWS using a 3rd party software which requires training by the commissioning agent.
1. From the Home Screen click the Graphics icon.
Home Screen
2. Select the Site and a thumb nailed image appears. Click on the thumbnail image to view the site graphic.
Graphics App
Graphics App – Equipment View
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MANAGING USERS
The User app provides the ability to edit or create new users.
1. From the Home Screen click the User icon.
Home Screen
2. The snapshot provides a default admin and normal user as examples
User App
3. To edit a user, select the user and Click Edit.
Enable the Admin checkbox to add admin privileges, which is required for some apps.
The tz field allows you to select the time zone where the user is located. Click the current value to open a dialog and select the
appropriate value. This value is used for correctly notating the time in emails sent to the user.
Wattstopper recommends all users be issued the “user_finCat<=6” actionAccessFilter. This filter is a “property tag” that limits the user’s
“action” in commands to only “manual override” and “manual auto”. This removes all emergency and default command actions.
User App– Edit User
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4. To create a new user click “New” and then enter the user specific details in the window.
User App– Create User
5. To add the actionAccessFilter to a new user, click Add Tags and type the following in the window:
actionAccessFilter:“user_finCat<=6”.
6. Click Add.
User App– Add actionAccess Filter
7. After the user is created,you can limit which apps are available to that user by clicking App Permissions. Select or deselect
specific apps and click OK.
NOTE: Certain apps are only accessible for users with the Admin privilege. If the user does not have that privilege, those apps will
be disabled.
8. To delete a user, highlight the user and click Trash.
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USING THE HELP APP
Selecting the Help App opens the embedded device users manual.
1. From the Home Screen click the Help icon.
Home Screen
2. Information for advance users is provided here.
Help App
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3. Scroll to “jennet” under the Extensions section for details on embedded functions specific to the jennet extension.
CHANGING THE APP ID (PANID) FOR MULTIPLE NETWORKS
In a situation where multiple 225CWS controllers will be in close proximity, it is necessary to segregate the wireless networks. This is
known as changing the App ID (panID) in both the 225CWS and the field devices.
1. From the Home screen, click the Builder icon. Select the site, then expand the first device to determine whether the panID is
already added to the device. If it is not, click Connectors to open the Connectors section on the right.
2. Expand the first equipment device in the Connectors section to display the tree. Expand the Service folder, then the plat folder, to
show the panId object. Click and drag the panId to the device in the left tree.
NOTE: Ideally this should be done prior to cloning the network, because this edit must be done to all the devices on the entire
network. Therefore, once this point is added, proceed with the cloning process as described starting in step 10 of the
section on Building the Database. See page 21 for details.
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Builder App – Changing the panID
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3. The panID will now show up in the tree on the left.
Builder App – panID Added to the Device
4. Next, you will need to create a function to batch edit all panId points. Return to the Home screen and select the Func icon.
Home Screen
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5. The Func (Functions) app displays a list of default functions included with the snapshot. Click New In the pop-up dialog, enter the
name “panId” (
NOTE: Note: All functions in Axon are camel case. No spacing between words. First letter of first word is lower case and additional
words are note with a first letter capitalized. Example: camelCaseSyntax
Func App – Create a New Function
6. Paste the following function in the window, then click Save.:
(val) => do
readAll(point and jennetWrite == “2.panId”).each p => do
pointOverride(p, val)
end
end
Func App – Add Code
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7. Next, navigate to the Folio app. On the execute line, type “panId(x)”, where x” is the hexadecimal number desired for the new App
ID/panId. (In the following example, panId “2” is used.) Run the command by pressing the Enter.
Folio App – Run Function
8. In both the Builder and Connectors App, you will see the panId has been changed to “2”.
Results of Running the Function
9. Next, navigate to the Job app and create a new job as described in the section “Running Functions with the Job App” on page
33. Name the job “jennetSaveAll” and then in the job widow type “jennetSaveAll()” and click OK.
NOTE: Do not schedule this job. This will run on command only. Once complete, select the job and click Run.
After the job is complete, the network will require a reboot. Coordination with the customer may be required.
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Job App – Run jennetSaveAll
10.After rebooting the NWTL devices, the coordinator appId will need to be changed. Navigate to the Connectors app. Select the
Coordinator menu under JennetIP, then click Config and edit the appId to the new number (in our example, it is 0x00000002) and
click OK.
NOTE: All appId values are hexadecimal.
Connectors App – Change the appID
11.After editing the appId, click Reset and then click Yes when prompted.
12.After the coordinator resets, the appId will change to the edited value. After 1 min, the devices with the new panID will appear.
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FUNCTIONS FOR TESTING THE NETWORK
The following functions are useful for testing the network:
To test the override all:
• jennetOverrideAll(1,1hr)
This will override the fixtures on for 1hr.
• jennetOverrideAll(2,1hr)
This will override the fixtures off for 1hr.
• jennetOverrideAll(null)This will return the override command to the auto state.
To test the dim all:
• dimAll(50,1hr)
• dimAll(75,1hr)
• dimAll(null)
This will dim the fixtures to 50% for 1hr.
This will dim the fixtures to 75% for 1hr.
This will return the dimming command to the auto state
To test an individual device:
To test an individual device, navigate to the Connectors app.
Select a connector to test. Both the OverrideOnOff and DimmingLevel points can be overridden using the small command button next to
the write value.
Ensure you use the “Manual Set” to override the device. To test the On/Off command with the OverrideOnOff point, enter a value
(0=auto, 1=On, 2=Off) and a duration and click OK. Always return the value back to “Manual Auto”. To test the dimming command with
the DimmingLevel point, enter a value (0-100) and a duration and click OK. Always return the value back to “Manual Auto”.
NOTE: The write value should respond immediately. The curVal (current value) make take several seconds as the write commands are
given a higher priority.
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Wattstopper warranties its products to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of five (5) years. There are no obligations or liabilities
on the part of Wattstopper for consequential damages arising out of, or in connection with, the use or performance of this product or other indirect damages
with respect to loss of property, revenue or profit, or cost of removal, installation or reinstallation.
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