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Connecting AD to AS-P or AS-B
You connect AD to an AS-P or AS-B in order to communicate with SmartStruxure servers over a USB connection, to supply the AD with power, and to ensure that its battery is charged.
Installing the AD v1 Tablet and Frame
You install the AD v1 tablet and the frame on the base to install AD v1 on a control cabinet or a wall and to provide the tablet with a protective frame.
AD v1 Communication and Power
AD v1 can use either a wired (USB) connection or a wireless (WiFi) connection to communicate with SmartStruxure servers. AD v1 can be powered either by an AS-P, AS-B, or USB power adapter, but not by an Automation Server.
AD v2 Communication and Power
AD v2 can use either a wired (USB) connection or a wireless (WiFi) connection to communicate with SmartStruxure servers. AD v2 can be powered either by an AS-P, AS-B, or USB power adapter, but not by an Automation Server.
Connecting AD to Automation Server and a Power Adapter
You connect AD to an Automation Server in order to communicate with SmartStruxure servers over the USB connection. You connect AD to a USB power adapter in order to supply AD with power and to ensure that its battery is charged. You use a USB “Y” cable to connect AD to both an Automation Server and a USB power adapter.
You use Settings to view the version of the product or edit the poll rate, number of decimals, trim long names, and set the time to automatically log off the SmartStruxure server when you are not accessing it. You can also select Alarms, System, or Custom View as the default tab. You can hide or see the system properties in System tree and Custom View tree.
Acknowledging an Alarm
You acknowledge an alarm to let other users know that you have seen the alarm. When you log on to Technician Tool, the Alarms list is displayed. You can select and acknowledge multiple alarms.
Use Search to filter out the objects and variables in Custom View and System so that you do not have to browse through the long list of variables to locate the ones that concern you. Searches are folder based. You can search for the objects and variables within a particular folder.
System displays the entire tree structure of Building Operation as it appears in WorkStation.