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Controller Tool Help

Brand
Johnson Controls
Metasys
Product name
Controller Configuration Tool
Document type
User Guide
Document number
LIT-12011147
Version
13.1
Revision date
2019-12-04
Language
English

Table 1. Upgrade ZFR Coordinators

Field

Description

Connection Screen

Connection Type

Use to specify the connection type to use:

  • NxE Passthru

    Note: We strongly advise against using an NxE Passthru connection to transfer to multiple controllers due to potential communication loss during the process.
  • Bluetooth

  • MAP 4.2+/BACnet Router/WNC1800

  • ZFR/ZFR Pro

Connection Parameters

NxE Passthru: Allows you to specify the following:

  • Host name/IP Address: Indicates the device host name or IP Address.
  • Port: Indicates the port number (1–65,535).
  • Username and Password: Indicates the username and password to log in to the site.
Note: The NxE Passthru fields allows you to connect directly to a site by entering in the site's username and password.
  • Supervisor Device: Displays a list of discovered supervisory devices.
  • Trunk: Displays a list of trunks for the selected supervisory device.
Bluetooth: Use to specify the COM port and baud rate to use.

MAP 4.2+ / BACnet Router: Use to specify the following:

  • IP address and UDP port of the router.
  • Network number of the MS/TP trunk (1-65,534).
    Note: Do not use 1001 for the MS/TP Network Number. The MS/TP Network Number 1001 is reserved for Johnson Controls IP network connections.
  • An available Ethernet network interface adapter to use.
    Note: If you select an available Ethernet network interface, all IP traffic intended for the MAP 4.2+/ BACnet Router travels through this interface.
When you first open the wizard, the default connection parameters for connecting to a MAP Gateway at version 4.2 are automatically displayed. If the connection parameters are modified, the values are stored in the wizard for future use. To restore the connection parameters to the default values, click the MAP 4.2 Default button.
Note: For further information about the MAP and common troubleshooting issues, refer to the Mobile Access Portal Gateway User's Guide (LIT-12011999).
ZigBee: Use to specify the Personal Area Network (PAN) Offset.

Transfer to Device Screen

Browse Button

Use to select the directory and file name of the transfer template file.

Save Button

Prompts you to browse for a directory and type a file name to save the transfer template file.

Force Main Transfer to Device Check Box

Use to force a main code transfer to device. If this check box is not selected, the main code is transferred to the device only if the code is different. If the check box is selected, the main code is always transferred.

Force Boot Transfer to Device Check Box

Use to force a boot code transfer to device. If this check box is not selected, the boot code is never transferred to the device. If this check box is selected, the boot code is always transferred.

Devices Table

Available devices, including:
  • Selected: Indicates if the device is selected (selected box) or not selected (empty box).
  • Discovered: Indicates if the devices were discovered.
  • Name: Name of the device.
  • Model: Indicates the model number of the device.
  • Main Code Version: Indicates the main code version in the device.
  • Boot Code Version: Indicates the boot code version in the device.
  • Device Address: MS/TP device address.
  • Instance Number (BACnet ID): BACnet ID of the device.
    Note: If more than one device has the same Instance Number, the numbers display red in the device list.
  • Status: Indicates the status of the transfer to device operation after the Finish button is selected.

View Status Button

Opens the Status dialog box showing the current status of the operation. Click Refresh periodically to update the status. Click Copy To Clipboard to copy and paste the text to another word-processing program, such as Microsoft Notepad.

View Log Button

Opens the Log dialog box showing the detailed operation log file. Click Refresh periodically to update the log. Click Copy To Clipboard to copy and paste the text to another word-processing program, such as Microsoft Notepad.

Clear Log Button

Clears all contents of the log file.

Get Device Info

Use for devices imported from a transfer template (the transfer template does not store the device model or the boot and main code versions). The Get Device Info button retrieves the boot and main code values from the actual device so a transfer to device can be properly done.

Discovery

Starts the Discovery process for locating devices.

Stop

Stops the Discovery process.

Navigation Buttons

Previous

Moves to the previous screen of the wizard.

Next

Moves to the next screen of the wizard.

Finish/Done

Finish starts the transfer to device.

Done appears after the transfer to device completes. Click Done to close the wizard.

Cancel

Closes the wizard without performing the transfer to device.

Opens the Help system.