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.
Consistent date and timestamping across a network is critical for system wide access control, security, communications, scheduling, alarms, and events. Network time uses the NTP protocol that provides the correct current UTC time.
You can establish a lead and shadow relationship to synchronize the time on all your EcoStruxure BMS servers with the same network time server. The Date and Time object on the lead server contains the network time server addresses that are inherited by shadow servers.