Use the Operator Display Settings screen to configure Operator Display and perform administrative tasks.
You display a list of time configuration to see if you must synchronize servers. The list displays all servers that are not synchronized. Log on to Workstation to synchronize servers.
A time zone is a region on the earth that has a uniform standard time, usually referred to as the local time. Local time is the UTC time plus the current time zone offset for the considered location. Some time zones also have an offset called DST added during the summer period. The DST offset is typically +1 hour.
You can configure the time and date on your EcoStruxure BMS server devices using WebStation. WebStation cannot be used to configure time and date on an Enterprise 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 automation server so that it suits your needs.
Use the Basic tab to configure the properties of the Time object.
The conversion between Celsius and Fahrenheit or Fahrenheit and Kelvin is not a simple coefficient (multiplier) like other unit categories as for example length, pressure, currency, and Energy. Due to the conversion formula when for example converting an absolute Fahrenheit temperature to Celsius, T°F=T°C x 9/5 + 32, you have both a multiplier and an offset to consider. To correctly convert a delta temperature from Fahrenheit to Celsius you have to use the formula ΔT°F = 9/5 ΔT°C.
The EcoStruxure Building Operation software supports several different languages. To be able to install a new language you need a language pack.
If your time zone is not listed in Predefined time zone, you create and configure a custom time zone for the EcoStruxure BMS server.