Installation Instructions LIA-WEB

The LIA-WEB scheduling appliance serves as both an
automation module and data communications link for
a lighting integrator (LI) panel system equipped with
automation cards. Used in place of the network Clock
or BMS interface Module, the LIA-WEB provides lighting
control automation functions and acts as the primary
user interface for configuring all devices connected to the
Lighting Integrator network’s LON based global dataline.
Automation Series Scheduling Appliance
Once connected to the facility enterprise LAN, intranet, or
internet, the appliance allows the user to configure and
access all lighting control functions from any PC on the LAN
using only a standard web browser. No installed software
is required for configuring, monitoring, or overriding the
lighting integrator panels. Once the LIA-WEB has been
properly configured for interoperation with the lighting
control panels, all relays and automation channels are
automatically exposed as BACnet objects. BACnet IP
(Annex J) connectivity is provided through the same TCP/
IP Ethernet connection used for normal operation of the
lighting control panels. The LIA-WEB then serves the same
purposes that would otherwise require an HCLK8SS or
HBMS8SS modules.
Administration and Scheduling
In addition to supporting the same functionality of the
HCLK8SS Clock/Programmer, the appliance enables users
to create text user names for all panels, relays, switches,
buttons, and channels, as well as override relays and
channels in real time. Scheduling capabilities include
flexible scheduling using seven day repetitive schedules,
365 day calendar date event type schedules, or dusk/dawn
schedules based on an internal astronomic clock. The
appliance supports eight schedules per panel as well as
eight global schedules.
Voltage.................................... 15VDC from 120VAC plug-in
....... power supply (included) or auxiliary enclosure
RJ45 Ethernet port for TCP/IP (LAN)
LonWorks FTT-10 Weidmuller
Embedded Power PC platform .......................... @ 524Mhz
QNX real time operating system
Envvironment..............................................indoor use only
Operating Temperature...............32-122°F (0-50°C
Relative Humidity.............; 5-90%, non-condensing
PC with browser
PC with browser
Lighting Integrator Panel
(01) First Floor
Other panels
Lighting Integrator Panel
(02) Second Floor
Global dataline
LIA-WEB connected to a network
Other panels
Dataline Switches
Installation Instructions
Unpack the LIA-WEB and power module and inspect the package contents for damaged or missing components. If damaged,
notify the appropriate carrier at once and return any damaged components for immediate repair or replacement.
Included in this Package
Included in this package you should find the following items:
• A 120VAC power module
• These Installation Instructions.
• Grounding wire, with quick-disconnect 0.187” female connector.
• Network terminal block(s); one for the LI Automation dataline, another for the BACnet MS/TP.
• End-of-Line 120 Ohm terminating resistor
This document uses the following warning and caution conventions:
Cautions remind the reader to be careful. They alert readers to situations where there is a chance
that the reader might perform an action that cannot be undone, might get unexpected results, or
might lose data. Cautions contain an explanation of why the action is potentially problematic.
Warning Warnings alert the reader to proceed with extreme care. They alert readers to situations where
there is a chance that the reader might do something that can result in personal injury or equipment
damage. Warnings contain an explanation of why the action is potentially dangerous.
Safety Precautions
The following items are warnings of a general nature relating to the installation and start-up of the LIA-WEB. Be sure to heed
these warnings to prevent personal injury or equipment damage.
• Disconnect power before installation or servicing to prevent electrical shock or equipment damage.
• Make all connections in accordance with national and local electrical codes. Use copper conductors only.
• To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, install in a controlled environment relatively free of
• This device is only intended for use as a monitoring and control device. To prevent data loss or equipment
damage, do not use it for any other purpose.
Static Discharge Precautions
Static charges produce voltages high enough to damage electronic components. The microprocessors and associated circuitry
within a LIA-WEB are sensitive to static discharge. Follow these precautions when installing, servicing, or operating the system:
• Work in a static-free area.
• Discharge any static electricity you may have accumulated. Discharge static electricity by touching a securely
grounded object.
• Do not handle the printed circuit board (PCB) without proper protection against static discharge. Use a wrist
strap when handling PCBs. The wrist strap clamp must be secured to earth ground.
Mount the LIA-WEB in a location that allows clearance for wiring, servicing, and module removal. Additional mounting
information applies, as follows:
• • Environmental Requirements
• • Physical Mounting
Environmental Requirements
Note the following requirements for the LIA-WEB mounting location:
• This product is intended for indoor use only. Do not expose the unit to ambient conditions outside of the range of 0ºC (32º
F) to 50ºC (122º F) and relative humidity outside the range 5% to 95% non-condensing (pollution degree 1).
• If mounting inside an enclosure, that enclosure should be designed to keep the unit within its required operating range
considering a 20-watt dissipation by the LIA-WEB, plus dissipation from any other devices installed in the same enclosure.
This is especially important if the LIA-WEB is mounted inside an enclosure with other heat producing equipment.
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• Do not mount the unit:
▸▸in an area where excessive moisture, corrosive fumes, or explosive vapors are present.
▸▸where vibration or shock is likely to occur.
▸▸in a location subject to electrical noise. This includes the proximity of large electrical conductors, electrical machinery,
welding equipment, spark igniters, and variable frequency drives.
Physical Mounting
The following information applies to physically mounting the unit.
• You can mount the LIA-WEB in any orientation. It it not necessary to remove the cover before mounting.
• Mounting on a 35mm wide DIN rail is recommended. The LIA-WEB unit base has a molded DIN rail slot and locking clip.
• If DIN rail mounting is impractical, you can use screws in mounting tabs on the LIA-WEB. Tab dimensions are in Fig. 2.
• The LMSM-ENC1 is an optional DIN rail equipped enclosure. The LMSM-ENC1 provides an integral 120VAC receptacle,
conduit connection points and protection for the LIA-WEB. It is designed for applications where code or the local AHJ
requires that low voltage wiring such as control and communication wiring be run inside conduit, or where needed for
customer specifications. See the instructions provided with the LMSM-ENC1 for more information.
To mount on third-party DIN rail (when not using the LMSM-ENC1)
The following procedure provides step-by-step DIN rail mounting instructions for the LIA-WEB. It is recommended to leave 2
inches of clearance above and below the LIA-WEB.
1. Securely install the DIN rail using at least two screws, near both ends of the rail.
2. Position the LIA-WEB on the rail, tilting to hook DIN rail tabs over one edge of the DIN rail (see Fig. 1).
3. Use a screwdriver to pry down the plastic locking clip, and push down and in on the LIA-WEB, to force the locking clip to
snap over the other edge of the DIN rail.
General Dimensions
2.05” (52mm)
4.1” (104mm)
7.13” (181mm)
6.38” (162mm)
Attaching to DIN rail
Removing from DIN rail
Figure 1: DIN Rail Mounting
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Tab Mounting
Electronic and printed versions of this guide may not show the dimensions to scale. Verify all measurements before drilling.
Note: DIN rail mounting is recommended over tab mounting (see Fig. 1).
0.160” Dia.
6.719” (170.66mm)
Figure 2:
Tab Mounting Dimensions
Removing and Replacing the Cover
The cover snaps onto the base with four plastic tabs (two on each end).
To remove the cover, press in the four tabs on both ends of the unit, and lift the
cover off.
To replace the cover, orient it so the cutout area for comm ports is correct, then
push inwards to snap in place.
Figure 3: DIN Rail Mounting
Fig. 4 shows the location of LEDs, option slots, and other features of the
LIA-WEB with the cover removed. For a side view of communications ports and
other features see Fig. 5 & 6.
Serial Port LEDs (not visible with cover on)
Rx Tx Rx Tx
(on top of
option board
if any)
Status LEDs
(visible with cover on)
Mode Jumper
(for serial shell access)
20 pin
(not used)
Option Slot
(not used)
LI Automation Dataline
(2 pos FTT-10 Weidmueller)
(Not Used)
RS-232 (DB-9)
(Not Used)
RS-485 (3-pos) COM2
Fig. 4: Board Layout
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Earth Ground
Spade Lug
Barrel power connector
for wall mounted
power module
Wiring Details
Make connections to the LIA-WEB in the following order:
1. Connect supplied earth grounding wires (with spade connector) from the earth ground lug on the LIA-WEB to a nearby
earth grounding point. See “Grounding” for details.
2. Prepare power wiring, but leave the unit powered off; do not plug in the Barrel power connector from the Power Module
until all other mounting and wiring is complete. See “Power Wiring” for details.
3. Connect communications cables. See Fig. 4, 5 & 6 for ports available on the LIA-WEB.
An earth ground spade lug (0.187”) is provided on the base of the LIA-WEB for connection to earth ground. For maximum
protection from electrostatic discharge or other forms of EMI, connect the supplied earth grounding wire to this lug and a
nearby earth ground (see Fig. 4 & 6). Keep this wire as short as possible.
Communications Wiring
Before connecting cables, provide strain relief for them to prevent damage to the LIA-WEB. Connect communications wiring to
the LIA-WEB using ports on the bottom of the unit (see Fig. 5), which include:
• RJ-45 Ethernet for PC or LAN connection
• LI Automation Dataline
Only Black and Red
wires are used.
Leave Blue and White
wires unstripped and
tape down to secure.
Ground wire
Barrel power
Fig. 5: Wiring the LIA-WEB
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Secondary Ethernet
(RJ-45) LAN2 (capped
with rubber plug)
Primary Ethernet
(RJ-45) LAN1
20 pin
(not used)
RS-232 (DB-9)
Earth Ground
RS-485 (3-pos)
Spade Lug
(not used)
Barrel power
Two female 10/100-Mbit Ethernet connections are provided on the LIA-WEB. These are RJ-45 connectors labeled LAN2 and
LAN1. Use a standard Ethernet patch cable for connecting to a hub or Ethernet switch. An activity LED for each Ethernet port is
visible and they are labeled “SEC” (for LAN2) and “PRI” (for LAN1) on the cover.
• The factory-default IP address for LAN1 on a LIA-WEB is, where the last numeral “x” in the address matches
the last digit of the LIA-WEB’s serial number.
• The subnet mask is
• The factory-default IP address for LAN2 on a LIA-WEB is, where the last numeral “x” in the address matches
the last digit of the LIA-WEB’s serial number.
Note: Only use LAN1 (primary port), unless you have a specific application for isolating a driver’s network traffic to a separate
LAN, using LAN2. Do not use LAN2 as the primary port.
LON Port (LonWorks)
A single, two-pin, male LonWorks FTT-10A Weidmuller connection is provided on the controller. This connection supports
twisted pair, unshielded, polarity-insensitive, peer-to- peer communications at 78 Kbps.
Connect the LonWorks wiring to the Global Dataline connector on the Lighting Integrator Automation Card. Only Black and Red
wires are used. Leave Blue and White wires unstripped and tape down to secure.
Refer to the LonWorks FTT-10A Free Topology Transceiver User’s Guide (078-0156-01F) for technical guidelines associated with
free topology restrictions and the Junction Box and Wiring Guidelines for Twisted Pair LonWorks Networks (005-0023-01) for
more detailed information on wiring specifications. These documents are available on Echelon’s web site (www. echelon. com).
Power Wiring
The LIA-WEB must be powered by an approved 15VDC power source. This can be either an external wall mount AC adapter
(LMSM-PS included with LIA-WEB, or other source of 15 volts DC).
The LIA-WEB does not have an on/off switch. To apply power, plug in the Barrel power connector to the LIA-WEB (see Fig. 5 & 6
for location).
Do not plug the Barrel connector plug from the LMSM-PS into the LIA-WEB until all
other mounting and wiring is completed. See “Power Up and Initial Checkout.”
Power Supply Module (LMSM-PS)
The power module is a self-contained, isolated, switching power supply designed to plug into a standard building 115/120VAC
power receptacle. To supply power to the LIA-WEB, you then simply plug the Barrel connector plug from the LMSM-PS into the
Barrel power connector on the LIA-WEB board.
Power Up and Initial Checkout
Ensure power wiring to the LIA-WEB is ready—see the “Power Wiring” section. Refer to Fig. 4 for the locations of the LIA-WEB
battery connector, status LEDs and Barrel power connector (for LMSM-PS only).
After mounting and wiring, perform the following:
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Step 1: Apply Power
Apply power to the LIA-WEB by plugging the power plug into the power connector on the LIA-WEB. Refer to Figure 5 for
location of the power connector.
Step 2: Check the Status LEDs
When power is applied, the green LED labeled “STATUS” lights. This indicates that the system is OK and that power is applied.
Once the LIA-WEB boots, the yellow “BEAT” (heartbeat) LED begins blinking, with a typical rate of about 1 Hz. Blinking should
begin within 30 seconds after power is applied. Watch the blinking yellow BEAT LED and wait at least one minute before
attempting to log on to the LIA-WEB.
If after applying power, the STATUS LED goes out, or if the BEAT LED comes on (steady) and stays lit longer than two minutes,
contact WattStopper Technical Support. See also the “Using Status LEDs” section.
Using Status LEDs
The LIA-WEB includes several LEDs that can help you determine the status of the unit. They are located in two places as shown
in Fig. 4: the top of the LIA-WEB (visible through the cover), and for serial ports, on the bottom board (visible only with cover
removed). From left to right these LEDs include:
• Ethernet Ports (SEC, PRI)
• Heartbeat (BEAT)
• Status (STATUS)
Refer to Fig. 4 for the exact locations of status LEDs on the LIA-WEB.
Ethernet Ports
Each Ethernet port (“SEC” for LAN2, “PRI” for LAN1) has one green LED, visible on the top cover. The LED indicates activity on
the associated port as follows:
• Off—No Ethernet link is made.
• On—Ethernet link is present, but no activity on the LAN.
• Blinking—Ethernet link is present with data activity on the LAN.
The “BEAT” LED is located to the right of the Ethernet LEDs, and is yellow. Under normal operation, this LED should blink
about once per second. If the heartbeat LED stays on constantly, does not light, or blinks very fast (more than once per second),
contact technical support.
The “STATUS” LED is located to the right of the heartbeat (“BEAT”) LED, and is green. This LED provides a CPU machine status
check, and should be lit when the LIA-WEB is powered.
If the STATUS LED is not lit while power is applied, contact WattStopper Technical Support.
Make sure that you have followed all installation instructions and
that the LIA-WEB is properly powered and connected to the segment
1. Connect a PC to the LAN 1 connection on the LIA-WEB using a
standard Ethernet cable (not supplied). Note that some older
PCs require the use of a crossover cable for this connection.
2. Confirm that the LED labeled PRI is lit on the top of the LIAWEB housing. This indicates that an Ethernet connection is
present. Confirm that the link indicator on the PC’s NIC is also
lit. If both are not lit, try using another cable or try using a
crossover cable.
Primary Ethernet
3. Set the network adaptor in your PC to use a static IP address
(RJ-45) LAN1
in the same range as the LIA-WEB. Set the PC to
(where xxx is any number between 001 and 255 and is not the
same as the LIA-WEB). Set the subnet mask to If
you need assistance with this step, see the Appendix A: Static IP Address Setup on page 9.
If you are connecting the LIA-WEB to a building enterprise LAN or the internet, refer to the project submittal
documents and Appendix B of this manual for network configuration.
4. Open a browser on the PC and enter the following in the address field: (where x is the last digit of the LIA-WEB’s serial number). The LIA-WEB’s serial number is printed
on a label located near the LAN1 connector under the plastic cover.
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5. Press ENTER.
The browser displays a progress indicator while the LIA-WEB downloads a small application to the PC. This process is
only required the first time that you connect to the LIA-WEB. Subsequent logins from the same PC will not take as long.
6. When the Login window appears, enter the factory default login:
Username: Supervisor
Password: Wattstopper1
7. The appliance Home screen appears as shown in the example below. If the time and date are correct and your project
name appears in the top banner, your unit was factory configured. If these settings are not correct, select the Setup
option from the navigation bar on the Home screen. This Setup screen allows changes to the site name, location and
time zones.
See the LIA-WEB Operation Guide for instructions on setting the time/date and using the LIA-WEB. If you do not have a copy of
the guide, you can click on the Help link in the upper right corner of the Home screen to obtain this information.
The next step is to discover the panels, switches, and photo cell if installed. Either a Watt Stopper technician is working with the
installing contractor or training was provided on the setup, configuration and programming of the system and LIA-WEB.
If dust or metal filings are present inside the unit, clean with vacuum or compressed air. Otherwise, no cleaning inside the unit
is required. Optionally, if the cover becomes dirty, you can wipe it with a damp cloth and mild detergent.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with
the instruction manual, may cause interference with radio communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable
protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area may cause interference, in which case, users at their own expense will be required to take whatever measures may
be required to correct the interference. Any unauthorized modification of this equipment may result in the revocation of the
owner’s authority to continue its operation.
Canadian Department of Communications (DOC)
Note: This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Note: Cet appareil numerique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigencies du Reglement sur le material broilleur du Canada.
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EMC Standards Applied
Criteria Met
EN 61000-6-4
Electro-Magnetic Compatibility Emissions Generic
EN 61000-6-2 and
EN 61000-6-1
Electro-Magnetic Compatibility Immunity
Generic Emission Standard for residential, commercial, and light industrial
Limits of Radio Disturbance - Radiated Emissions
PASS Class A
Limits of Radio Disturbance - Conducted Emissions
PASS Class A
IEC 61000-4-2
PASS Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-3
Radiated Field Immunity
PASS Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-4
Electrical Fast Transient Immunity (Signal Ports) Electrical
PASS Criteria A
Fast Transient Immunity (AC Power)
PASS Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-5
Surge Immunity
PASS Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-6
Conducted Immunity
PASS Criteria A
EN 61000-3-2
Current PASS
EN 61000-3-3
Quasi-Stationary Harmonics Test, Voltage Fluctuation and Flicker
IEC 61000-4-11
Voltage Dips
PASS Criteria A
Voltage Interrupts
PASS Criteria A
Safety requirement for electrical equipment for measurement, control and
laboratory use
IEC 61010-10-1: 90
+A1:92 + A2:95
The following step describe how to set a stats IP address in Windows 7. Consult the appropriate documentation for other
operating systems.
1. From the Start menu, enter “ip”.
2. Click View Network Connections.
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3. Right-click on the wired Ethernet adapter to be used (typically “Local Area Connection”) and select Properties.
4. Select “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)” and click Properties.
5. Select Use the following IP address. Set the IP Address to (where xxx is any number between 001 and 255
and is not the same as the LIA-WEB). Set the Subnet Mask to Click OK for each open window, then close
the Network Connections window.
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6. To verify the connection, type “cmd” in the Start menu and press Enter.
7. Type “ipconfig” and press Enter to display the current ip settings.
Connecting to an Enterprise Network
Use this procedure if the LIA-WEB is to be connected to an enterprise network. You must log into the configuration utility
described in this section to set up the following features
• BACnet device ID
• Alarm notification email addresses
• TCP/IP configuration
• LIA-WEB database backup
The LIA-WEB web interface is optimized for Windows XP or Windows 7 and either Internet Explorer version 9 (or newer) or
Google Chrome version 36 (or newer).
1. Open a browser window and enter your lighting control system’s IP Address in the address bar.
2. Press Enter. Your network sign-in screen appears. Enter the user name and password (case sensitive).
User Name: SysAdmin
Password: W@ttstopp3r
Note: If logging in with Supervisor, Operator, User or ViewOnly access, the password is Wattstopper1
The browser displays a progress indicator while the LIA-WEB downloads a small application to the PC. This process is
only required the first time that you connect to the LIA-WEB. Subsequent logins from the same PC will not take as long.
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3. The Wattstopper System Configuration window appears.
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4. Enter the BACnet Device ID for the LIA-WEB if the lighting control system will be interfaced with a BACnet building
automation system. See Appendix C for more information about BACnet.
5. Use the Time Synchronization drop-down to select or disable the automatic time sync feature. The LIA-WEB must be
directly connected to the internet full time to use this feature.
Note: The remainder of the settings on the WattStopper System Configuration window are duplicated on the System
Setup window within the standard LIA-WEB user interface. These items may be set from either location.
6. Select Home > Alarm Email to open the Alarm Email Configuration window.
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Email notification can be sent for alarms generated by Primary Devices. Primary Devices are lighting control panels and
thermostats. Other devices such as switches, photo controller, etc. cause alarms on the user interface only and do not
generate email messages.
7. To use the Alarm Email notification feature, the LIA-WEB must be directly connected to the internet full time. Set the
Email Notification Service field to “True” and enter one to three email addresses. Most applications require only the
address, Hostname and Port. Some email systems also require an Account and Password.
8. Select Home > TCP/IP to open the TCP/IP Configuration window.
In most cases the LIA-WEB uses fixed TCP/IP settings supplied by the installation site IT department. These are entered
in the appropriate boxes on the TCP/IP Configuration screen. Use this screen to make adjustments if necessary.
9. Select Home > Station Backup to open the Station Backup window.
This window shows a list of all the previous backups that have been performed.
10. Click the Backup button at the bottom of the screen to perform a backup of the LIA-WEB database. Use the final screens
to select a location on the PC to store the file.
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Note: It is not possible to restore the database to the LIA-WEB from this application. The backup file can be used by Watt
Stopper factory technicians to pre-install the existing database into a new or repaired LIA-WEB prior to shipment.
11. When you are finished with the configuration functions, close the browser window. Open a new browser window to log
into the standard LIA-WEB user interface.
The LIA-WEB connects to the global dataline of a Lighting Integrator Lighting Control Panel LON™ network and provides for set
up, scheduling, and override of the lighting through a web browser interface. The LIA-WEB exposes the relays and channels in
all panels on the global dataline to the BAS as BACnet objects.
Before trying to connect via BACnet, commission the LIA-WEB system. As the lighting control panels are discovered by the LIAWEB, the BACnet objects are created automatically.
The LIA-WEB has a single BACnet Device ID for the system. It contains all the BACnet objects that represent the relays (BO
objects) and channels (BV objects) in all the panels. In order to identify which instances are associated with each panel, the
numbers are keyed using the first digit(s) as the panel address followed by the relay number. For example, relay number 5 in
panel number 2 is represented as BO205 (panel 2, relay 5).
The BV objects represent the channels, which are global to the system. Commanding the BV objects allows the BAS to
“schedule” the channels globally (A in all panels, B in all panels, etc) to the “occupied” or “unoccupied” operating mode.
Following is a list of the BACnet objects provided in the LIA-WEB with their use. All are read/ write:
BO 101 to BO 1248 Panel 1, Relay 1 to Panel 12
Relay 48 Relay On – Off
• Use to monitor the status of individual relays.
• Use to command an individual relay ON.
• Use to command an individual relay OFF.
BV1 to BV8 Global channel A to H Occupied – Unoccupied
• Use to monitor the occupancy state of a channel (group of relays).
• Use to command a channel (group of relays) to Occupied state .
• Use to command a channel (group of relays) to Unoccupied state.
The integrator should note that the BO objects (relays) respond to commands according to priority in a normal BACnet manner.
However, relay control via any means local to the lighting control system (such as a wall switch or a command from the LIAWEB user interface) is considered an “override” and will control the relay regardless of the current status of the priority array.
Such override actions always occur at priority level 16 and will automatically null all other levels of the BO object’s priority
array. BACnet Network Set UP
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You must login as an Administrator to set the BACnet parameters. (See Appendix B for details)
The LIA-WEB must have a unique BACnet Device ID. The default setting is 86000 and in most cases this will work as set by
The BACnet Device Location and BACnet Device Description fields are optional Device Properties and provided as a
convenience to allow identification of the LIA-WEB on the BACnet network.
BACnet IP Configuration
Set the BACnet IP Network Number based on the requirements of the host network.
In most installations, the BACnet IP Device Type setting will be “Standard”. The LIA-WEB can be set up as a BACnet BBMD
device by selecting this setting from the drop-down.
Note: Using the LIA-WEB in the BBMD mode requires specific knowledge of this BACnet feature and will require detailed
network, port, and router settings that are integral to the host system. Watt Stopper does not provide technical support for set
up of the LIA-WEB on an enterprise LAN or on the internet in BBMD mode
BACnet MS/TP Configuration
The BACnet MS/TP Network Status must be enabled to use the LIA-WEB on an MS/TP network segment.
The default setting is disabled. Note that use of the optional modem and the MS/TP port are mutually exclusive since they both
use the same serial connection to the LIA-WEB.
• Set the BACnet MS/TP Network Number based on the settings in the host controller for this MS/TP network segment.
• Set the Baud Rate to the requirements of the host system.
• Set the BACnet MS/TP address to a unique number for this MS/TP segment that is less than 127 (this setting is often
referred to as the MS/TP MAC address).
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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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