When you can account for the controllers in the integration, and verify that the equipment and points are correct, you can review the Assessment Summary Window to view the overall scope of work for the project.
The Assessment Summary Window displays information about the scope of work for the project. Multiple tabs show changes that you must make to Johnson Controls . You can include the information in the Assessment Summary Window in work orders for a Johnson Controls technician. The Export to Excel option is in the upper right of the window.
|Site Modification Summary
|Displays a breakdown of the new points that the integration (trunk) type requires, which you can use to estimate the amount of time necessary to perform this work.
|Displays the trend extension modifications that the project needs. There is typically very few or none.
|Displays a comprehensive list of the points to add to the project. You can provide this list for technicians to use to execute their PPT work.
|Displays the effect of adding new objects on the supervisory devices, as well as other notifications.
|Displays a breakdown of changes by supervisory device and the Johnson Controls revision of each device.
|Displays a summary of equipment counts by building. This table is ideal for inclusion in proposals to show the equipment breakdown and count to the potential customer.
|Equipment Not Mapped
|Displays a list of equipment found during the scan of the site data, but not identified for inclusion in PPT.
|Meter Points Not Mapped
|Displays a list of meter points found during the scan of the site data, but not identified for inclusion in PPT.