AD v1 Communication and Power
AD v1 can use either a wired (USB) connection or a wireless (WiFi) connection to communicate with EcoStruxure BMS servers. AD v1 can be powered either by a AS-P server, AS-B server, or USB power adapter.
Communication over a USB Connection
The preinstalled AD-Link application enables AD v1 to communicate with EcoStruxure BMS servers over a USB connection.
When AD v1 is connected to a AS-P server or AS-B server, AD v1 can be powered by the automation server through the USB cable. The screen must not be turned on constantly because this may drain the battery.
LOSS OF DATA OR POWER
Use only USB cables ordered from Schneider Electric.
Use only USB cables that are designed for AD.
Do not use USB cables that exceed 3 m (10 ft).
Failure to follow these instructions can result in loss of data or power.
USB connection to a AS-P server or AS-B server
Connecting an Advanced Display to an AS-P server or AS-B server
Connecting Advanced Display to a Power Adapter
Communication over a Wireless Connection
AD v1 can communicate with EcoStruxure BMS servers through a wireless access point (AP), which is connected to the same network as the EcoStruxure BMS servers. When used as a stationary HMI terminal, AD v1 is connected to a USB power adapter to ensure that its battery is charged.
HAZARD OF EXPLOSION OR DEVICE DAMAGE
Use only Samsung-approved power adapters.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
Wireless communication and power from a USB power adapter