This section provides information on regulatory and agency compliance and approvals for the Advanced Display v3 (AD v3).
Advanced Display v3 (AD v3) is the successor to AD v2. AD v3 provides an industrial grade Human Machine Interface (HMI), with battery-free power supply, for local access to the EcoStruxure BMS servers.
You connect AD v3 to an automation server in order to communicate with the automation server over a wired (USB) connection. You connect AD v3 to a 24 VDC power supply in order to supply AD v3 with power. You use the Y-shaped cable (SXWADUSBC10002 or SXWADUSBC10003) to connect AD v3 to both the automation server and the power supply.
AD v3 uses a wired (USB) connection to communicate with automation servers and the device must be powered by a 24 VDC power supply.
The wiring recommendations for the communication ports on the automation servers, RP and MP controllers, IP-IO and RP-IO modules, 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 and MP controller Modbus network connections. Always use the recommended cables and wires.
Use the Units screen to select the temperature setting for the Operator Display.
The function of a trend log is to log the variable that it is connected to and store the records.
Use the trend logs view screen to display the recorded activities for a specific feature on this device.
Use the Trend Logs screen to view the available logs on this device.
Use the trend logs information screen to display the properties recorded for each trend log.