You can ignore application requirements by marking cells out-of-scope.
About this task
It is sometimes necessary to ignore a cell that the Application requires if an item of equipment does not have data that corresponds to the requirement. For example, a cooling-only VAV does not produce HTG-O (heating output) point data, and this point may not be in Johnson Controls.
- Ignoring a point that the Application requires, which shows as a red cell, removes that point from the New Points tab on the Assessment window.
The project review process does not add the point that you ignore to your Johnson Controls system and the cloud does not include the point.
To mark a cell out-of-scope, complete the following steps:
- Select one or multiple cells, right-click and select Ignore Application Requirement. This marks the cells as out-of-scope and changes their color to gray.
- Right-click one or multiple cells and select Remove from Ignore to change a cell's status from out-of-scope to in-scope. The cell changes color from gray to red.