Point cells in the equipment area use a combination of color codes and symbols to convey information.
|When you populate a cell, either by dragging or selecting it from the Point List feature, the Bullet indicates that the user selects it. Performing further populate actions does not overwrite this entry.
|Indicates when you populate cells. A bullet appears when you manually drag a point or use the Point List selection option to fill in a point cell. You cannot overwrite these cells using the Populate feature.
|Indicates more than one entry. Duplicate entries can occur when a filter matches more than one point on a controller. To modify these entries, right-click the Select Point feature or update the filter set and repopulate.
|Indicates that the Application requires a cell that combines the
Application Requirements and user selection. It also indicates if you
right-click on a column and mark it in-scope, but do not define a point.
Points that the user defines display in the scope column with an
exclamation mark and an asterisk,
!*, instead of an
|Indicates the cell and point that this specific point column and equipment row require.
|Indicates optional cells. These cells are not necessary for any of the Application features, but are useful for troubleshooting faults. For example, a combination of air temperature on AHUs, and discharge air temperature on VAVs.
|Indicates a cell is out-of-scope and that the New Points tab in the Assessment Summary Window window does not include the cell. Right-click on a cell and select Ignore Application Requirement to mark it out-of-scope. This feature is useful in situations such as when VAV box only has a cooling function, and therefore has no Heating Output value.