Define Equipment - Johnson Controls - LIT-12012563 - Software Application - OpenBlue Enterprise Manager - 4.0

OpenBlue Enterprise Manager Implementation Planning Guide

Brand
Johnson Controls
Product name
OpenBlue Enterprise Manager
Document type
Installation Guide
Document number
LIT-12012563
Version
4.0
Revision date
2021-11-29
Language
English

Use the information you collect in the planning period to define building equipment. The following work flow uses example data. Beginning with Tower 1, define the chillers with the worksheet data from the planning period:

Table 1. Example of a data worksheet from the planning stage

Building

Equipment Name

Equipment Type

Parent Equipment Name

Equipment Serving Location

TWR 1

CH1

Chiller

 

TWR 1

TWR 1

CH2

Chiller

 

TWR 1

TWR 1

CH3

Chiller

 

TWR 1

TWR 1

CH4

Chiller

 

TWR 1

TWR 1

CH5

Chiller

 

TWR 1

TWR 1

CHWP1

Chilled Water Pump

CH 1

TWR 1

TWR 1

CHWP2

Chilled Water Pump

CH 2

TWR 1

TWR 1

CHWP3

Chilled Water Pump

CH 3

TWR 1

TWR 1

CHWP4

High Temp Chilled Water Pump

CH 4

Floor 1 - 4

TWR 1

CHWP5

High Temp Chilled Water Pump

CH 5

Floor 1 - 4

TWR 1

CHWP6

High Temp Chilled Water Pump

CH 6

Floor 1 - 4

TWR 1

CHWP7

Tenant Chiller CHW Pump

CH 1

Floor 1

TWR 1

CHWP8

Tenant Chiller CHW Pump

CH 2

Floor 2

TWR 1

CDWP1

Condenser Water Pump

CH 1

Floor 1

TWR 1

CDWP2

Condenser Water Pump

CH 2

Floor 2

TWR 1

CDWP3

Condenser Water Pump

CH 3

Floor 3

TWR 1

CDWP4

Tenant Chiller CDW Pump

CH 1

Chiller 2 + 3

TWR 1

CDWP5

Tenant Chiller CDW Pump

CH 2

Chiller 2 + 3

TWR 1

PCCWP-A

PreConditioner CDW Pump

CH 1

Floor 1 - 4

TWR 1

PCCWP-B

PreConditioner CDW Pump

CH 2

Floor 1 - 4

TWR 1

TCWP1

Tenant CDW Pump

CH 1

Floor 1

TWR 1

TCWP2

Tenant CDW Pump

CH 2

Floor 1

If the chillers serve the entire building, map the chillers to the building level of the space tree. Define all of the chillers for the location before you progress to the air handling units and other equipment.

Tip: Complete each equipment category individually before you start the next equipment category.

Tip: In some systems, a single piece of equipment serves multiple spaces. For example, you may have an air handling unit (AHU) that serves multiple floors. In this case, you can map the AHU to its actual location in the building. This will simplify the configuration effort and record the AHU data in the space tree.