WebStation

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WebStation in Kiosk Mode
You can configure to run WebStation in kiosk mode when you want to limit the users’ access to a web browser.
4/8/2019
Building Operation WebStation Window
Use the Building Operation WebStation window to log on to WebStation.
2/28/2019
Logging On to WebStation
You log on to WebStation to access the EcoStruxure Building Operation database.
2/28/2019
1/22/2019
How Alarms Work
You are notified by alarms when some important event occurs. For example, if the temperature is too low or too high in a building, if a window is open, or if something is broken, such as a fan. The system administrator sets up the alarms and decides to whom the alarm is sent.
1/2/2019
Alarm and Event Details
To quickly get all the details of a specific alarm or event in WorkStation, or an alarm in WebStation, you can use a Detail view. The Detail view always displays all properties that can be added and displayed in the Alarms pane, Events pane, Alarm View or Event View.
12/11/2018
How Trend Logs Work
You use trend logs to record values, such as a sensor. A trend log can also log consumptions, such as energy consumption or water consumption.
12/7/2018
How Trend Charts Work
Trend charts are a way to graphically present trend logs. A trend chart can contain one or more trend logs that are represented in the trend chart by lines or bars.
12/7/2018
How Graphics Work
You use graphics to display building overviews, display values from sensors, or change setpoints. A graphic can also contain links to trend charts, trend log lists, Internet sites, or views in WorkStation and WebStation.
12/7/2018
Forced Values
When you force a value, all input from the system is overridden. For example, a schedule is set to start a fan at 09:00 but you want it to start at 08:00. In this case, you can force the fan to start at 08:00.
11/13/2018

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