Values in the EcoStruxure Building Operation software are stored in the EcoStruxure Building Operation database with all input decimals. If a stored value consists of more decimals than the operating system is defined to display, the value is rounded off according to the operating system settings before it is displayed in WorkStation.
To adjust the SmartX server time, time zone, and DST, you have to access the SmartX server through a WorkStation.
You manually adjust the SmartX server clock when you configure or commission a SmartX server. When the SmartX server is running on a fully commissioned site it is important that you use a network time server to avoid drifting time in the SmartX server.
Use the Time and Date editor to configure the network time server addresses or configure time on EcoStruxure BMS servers.
You configure time and date on the SmartX server so that it suits your needs.
You define and change the unit and its prefix for a value to ensure that the value is correct calculated.
You define the time zone settings for connected shadow SmartX servers by changing the lead Enterprise Server time zone settings.
You define the primary and secondary network time server settings for connected shadow SmartX servers on the Enterprise Server.
You configure the SmartX server to synchronize its clock with a network time server.
If your time zone is not listed in Predefined time zone, you create and configure a custom time zone for the EcoStruxure BMS server.