Automation Servers

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Creating a Log Processing Trend Log
You create a log processing trend log to enable calculation within or between various trend logs.
9/20/2022
Log Processing Trend Log - Basic Tab
Use the Log Processing Trend Log - Basic tab to create a log processing trend log to enable calculation within or between various trend logs.
9/20/2022
Status LEDs
The Status LED on the front of the automation devices changes color and flashes to indicate the status of the device.
8/31/2022
Semantic Overview
The ExoStruxure Building Operation software supports a database solution for external storage of semantic information.
8/31/2022
BACnet/IP Controller Device Memory
BACnet/IP devices have three types of memory:
8/31/2022
Communication Port Wiring
The wiring recommendations for the communication ports on the automation servers, BACnet/IP devices, RP controller expansion modules, and Operator Display devices apply to wires and cables used for RS-485 communications, LonWorks communications, USB connections, Ethernet connections, sensor bus connections, room bus connections, and RP controller Modbus network connections. Always use the recommended cables and wires.
8/23/2022
External Device Connections
There are many different kinds of external devices from different vendors that can be connected to an EcoStruxure BMS.
8/23/2022
AS-B Servers
An AS-B server is a powerful automation server that features both onboard I/O and built-in power supply. Like the other automation servers, the AS-B server is a Schneider Electric manufactured embedded device that generally serves as the lowest tier EcoStruxure BMS server within the EcoStruxure BMS. The automation server controls and supervises equipment, typically HVAC equipment. The AS-B server uses its onboard I/O with connected field devices, such as sensors and actuators, to do that.
8/16/2022
AS-P Servers
The AS-P server offers enhanced processor performance, increased memory size, dual Ethernet ports, and high-speed USB interfaces. The AS-P server is a Schneider Electric manufactured embedded device that generally serves as the lowest tier EcoStruxure BMS server within the EcoStruxure BMS. The AS-P controls and supervises equipment, typically HVAC equipment. AS-P servers use Central IO module with connected field devices, such as sensors and actuators, to do that.
8/16/2022

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