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OpenBlue Plant Optimizer Administration and User Guide

Product name
OBEM Central Utility Plant Optimization
Document type
Administration Guide
User Guide
Document number
LIT-12013036
Version
v2024.Q2
Revision date
2024-06-04

You can make the Plant Optimizer aware that plant operations are suspended in the future with the Plant Disable Schedule feature. This marks a defined period of time as a period where the normal schedule does not apply. The yearly schedule and the daily schedule are the two options, which you can use to add a plant disable schedule. The yearly schedule is used for defining seasonal periods where either the plant is off or during periods where a daily shutdown schedule applies. This functionality is available at daily, weekly, and monthly levels. In the upper-right corner of the page, a message displays if the Coil Status is active for any of the associated coils. You can click the Information icon for more information. Load coils may have Coil Status mapped to a subplant that could override the schedules that show in the yearly or daily schedule.

About this task

To access the Plant Disable Schedule, complete the following steps:

Procedure

  1. In the Future Inputs tab, in the Manual Inputs section, select Plant Disable Schedule.
  2. Select from the two options, Yearly Schedule or Daily Schedule.
  3. After you select a schedule, click Add Plant Disable Schedule.
  4. Use the schedule window to input the periods where the schedule is disabled.
  5. After you add the Plant Disable Schedule, select the Type of schedule.
    • In the Yearly Schedule, there are three options, On, Off, and Daily Schedule. The yearly schedule is turned On by default.
    • In the Daily Schedule, there are two options On and Off. The daily schedule is turned Off by default.
  6. From the Select Plants list, select the plant.
  7. For the Yearly Schedule: Under the Duration of Schedule, select the Start Date & Time and End Date & Time.
  8. For the Daily Schedule: Select the check box of the day that you want to add a daily schedule for and select the Start Time and End Time. Select the All Day Schedule check box to add a schedule for a 24 hour time period.
  9. Add a reason for the creation of the schedule.
  10. Click Schedule.
    Note: The yearly schedule takes precedence over the daily schedule unless you specify otherwise.