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CE360 Critical Environment Display Installation Guide

Brand
Johnson Controls
Product name
CE360 Critical Environment Display
Document type
Installation Guide
Document number
LIT-12013860
Revision date
2023-11-08
Language
English

The following table details what type of points the CE360 expects for the tiles page in the display object. The CE360 only uses the point order in each tile page to determine the points meaning and how to use them. For example, point 3 expects an MV point with three states. See Table 1 for more information. The CE360 expects units for points 1, 4 and 5. For example, if the tile is for zone temperature, the mapped ZN-T analog input (AI) is at point 1 with units in Fahrenheit or Celsius. Similarly, the mapped ZNT-SP is at point 4 with units in Fahrenheit or Celsius.

Table 1. Points in the Tiles page
Order Read/write Type State and units Point name
1 Read-only AI Units from point Process variable (PV)
2 Read-only BV False or true Alarm enable for PV
3 Read-only MV

0= Normal

1= Warning

2= Alarm

Alarm status for PV
4 Read-only AV Units from point Effective setpoint
5 Writable AV Units from point Setpoint
Note:
  • You can edit the point name.
  • You can restrict points to read-only at CE360 level. You can add restrictions to make other points read only by selection of their respective boxes in the display object. You cannot edit points marked as read-only in the read/write column.
  • If each tile contains 5 points, point 4 is a read-only setpoint and point 5 is a writable setpoint. If each tile contains 4 points, point 4 is a writable setpoint. For example, the R1_TILE_Pressure contains 5 points. ZN1P-SP is writable and EFF-ZN1PSP is read-only. The configuration is essential when the effective setpoint is a calculated value off the writable setpoint. In contrast, the R1_TILE_Temperature page contains 4 points and ZN1T-SP is writable. See Table 1 for more information.
  • If you do not want to support a setpoint in a particular tile, you can have three points in the tile. Process variable, alarm enable and alarm status. For example, the R1_TILE_CO2 page contains 3 points. See Table 1 for more information.
  • If you do not want to support alarm enable and alarm status, do not add the setpoint point. For example, the R1_TILE_Humidity page contains 1 point. See Table 1 for more information.