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Products: Operator Display
Functionalities: Alarms, Basic Functionality, Schedules, User Management
Product version: 3.3, 2022, 2023, 2024

Operator Display Overview

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SpaceLogic* Operator Display is a touch-screen Human Machine Interface (HMI) for SpaceLogic controllers and servers, designed for local monitoring of building controllers in small and medium-sized buildings, as well as in large buildings with comprehensive building management systems. Operator Display is specifically designed for equipment rooms and it simplifies operations, service, and troubleshooting for System Integrators and Service Engineers, as well as for non-technical users (notably Facility Managers and Janitors).

* Formerly known as SmartX.

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Operator Display

The simplified user interface and the intuitive touch-screen navigation make it easy to operate and maintain the system. Operator Display communicates quickly over BACnet/IP open protocol with a direct connection to SpaceLogic MP or RP controllers, IP-IO modules, AS-B or AS-P servers. Only one Operator Display is required per cabinet in the equipment room, so there is no need for more displays when a controller is added (up to seven controllers). The operator can view and acknowledge alarms, edit schedules, and adjust setpoint temperatures. Authorized operators can also view and override inputs, outputs, and other virtual points.

User Account Handling

Operator Display authenticate users via user name and password.

For more information, see User Account Handling .

Alarm Handling

When an input, output or value in a connected device is configured to generate an alarm, Operator Display allows you to view and acknowledge the alarm. Inputs, outputs or values can be configured to generate an alarm when it is, for example, out of range or in a fault state.

For more information, see Alarm Handling .

Value Editing

The value of inputs, outputs and values, such as non-calculated setpoints, control mode selectors, and digital override switches can be edited in Operator Display.

For more information, see Value Editing .

Schedule Handling

A schedule is a sequence that determines when essential events occur in a building management system: doors locked or unlocked, temperature raised or lowered, or equipment turned on or off.

For more information, see Schedule Handling .

Date and Time Handling

Operator Display receives date and time from a time master on the BACnet network. In smaller systems where no time master is avaialble, Operator Display can be configured to send its date and time to the connected devices.

For more information, see Date and Time Handling .

Trends Handling

The function of a trend log is to log the variable that it is connected to and store the records.

For more information, see Trends Handling .


As an administrator you need to configure Operator Display and make it part of the IP network and the BACnet/IP network so you can discover and add the devices.

For more information, see Configuration .

  • Work Interface Overview
  • User Account Handling
  • Alarm Handling
  • Value Editing
  • Schedule Handling
  • Date and Time Handling
  • Trends Handling
  • Configuration