Summary Definitions Library - Metasys - LIT-1201793 - Software Application - Site Management Portal - 12.0.50

Metasys Site Management Portal Help

Brand
Metasys
Product name
Site Management Portal
Document type
User Guide
Document number
LIT-1201793
Version
12.0.50
Revision date
2023-06-02
Language
English

You can access a set of pre-built Summary Definitions through the Johnson Controls License Portal. You can download the Summary Definitions when you download the SCT software, or as a separate download. To download the Summary Definitions to your computer, log on to the License Portal, click the Download icon for the System Configuration tool, select the SCT Summary Definitions check box, and then click Download. To use the pre-built Summary Definitions, import the pre-built Summary Definition files into your site. For details, see Importing a Summary Definition.

We designed the pre-built Summary Definitions to meet the needs of the users based on common tasks and functions. The Summary Definitions fit into the following main categories: Configuration, Diagnostics, and Monitoring (HVAC). The Site Administrators are the intended audience for the Device and Network Diagnostics definitions. Service Professionals will find the links to graphics and Key Point definitions in the Mechanical Equipment definitions especially useful.

The following table lists and describes the pre-built definitions, including the definition name, default columns (in English only), and overview description indicating typical rows, key data, and other useful information. Click an attribute under Default Columns to view its description.

Table 1. Pre-Built Tailored Summary Library

Summary Definition Name

Description

Default Columns

Config - Analog Alarms Main

Displays analog alarm configuration data. The typical rows for this Summary Definition include any key analog points (for example, key zone or discharge air temperatures, key static pressures, and so on) that have alarm, trend, and averaging extensions.

Note: The Name attribute of alarm, trend, or averaging extensions must be unique across all extensions on the item (that is, the alarm and trend item extensions cannot both have a Name attribute of Present Value). You can modify the Name attributes from the Tailored Summary view using the Global Modify feature. See the Modify Dialog section.
This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Monitoring - Alarm History
  • Monitoring - Analog Points
  • Config - Analog Points
  • Config - Trends
  • Config - Analog Alarms Warning
  • Present Value
  • Alarm Priority
  • Differential
  • Low Alarm Limit
  • High Alarm Limit
  • Alarm Ack Required
  • Normal Ack Required

Config - Analog Alarms Refs

Displays the Setpoint and Occupancy References in the alarm extension. These points are used to configure the behavior of a Room Control Module symbol.

This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Monitoring - Alarm History
  • Monitoring - Analog Points
  • Config - Analog Alarms Main
  • Config - Analog Alarms Warning
  • Config - Trends
  • Present Value
  • Unoccupied State
  • Occupancy Reference
  • Cooling Setpoint Reference
  • Heating Setpoint Reference

Config - Analog Alarms Warning

Displays the warning alarm configuration data. The typical rows for this Summary Definition include any key analog points (for example, key zone or discharge air temperatures, key static pressures, and so on) that have alarm, trend, and averaging extensions.

Note: The Name attribute of alarm, trend, or averaging extensions must be unique across all extensions on the item (that is, the alarm and trend item extensions cannot both have a Name attribute of Present Value). You can modify the Name attributes from the Tailored Summary view using the Global Modify feature. See the Modify Dialog section.
This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Monitoring - Alarm History
  • Monitoring - Analog Points
  • Config - Analog Points
  • Config - Trends
  • Config - Analog Alarms Main
  • Present Value
  • Warning Priority
  • Low Warning Offset
  • High Warning Offset
  • Warning Reference
  • Warning Ack Required
  • Report Delay

Config - Analog Points

Displays the key attributes of an analog point that may require modifying using the Global Modify feature or commanding using a Global Command (see Modify Dialog and Commands Dialog ). The typical rows are any key analog points (for example, key zone or discharge air temperatures, key static pressures, and so on).

This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Monitoring - Alarm History
  • Monitoring - Analog Points
  • Config - Analog Alarms Main
  • Config - Analog Alarms Warning
  • Config - Trends
  • Config - BACnet Point Info
  • Present Value
  • Device Type
  • Min Value
  • Max Value
  • COV Increment
  • Out of Service
  • Relinquish Default

Config - BACnet Controller Info

Displays the key network configuration attributes of any FEC controllers.

Note: You can use the Global Modify feature to add an associated graphic to all the device objects. See the Modify Dialog section.
This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Config - FEC Controllers
  • Diag - FEC Controllers
  • BACnet Object Name
  • Model Name
  • Description
  • Object Identifier
  • Instance Number

Config - BACnet Engine Info

Displays the key BACnet configuration attributes of any NxEs.

This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Config - Engine Summary
  • Config - Engine Network Info
  • Diag - Engines
  • BACnet Object Name
  • Model Name
  • Network Address
  • BACnet IP Port
  • Object Identifier

Config - BACnet Point Info

Displays the key BACnet configuration attributes of any points on an FEC controller.

This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Monitoring - Alarm History
  • Monitoring - Analog Points
  • Config - Analog Alarms Main
  • Config - Analog Alarms Warning
  • Config - Trends
  • Present Value
  • BACnet Object Name
  • Object Identifier
  • Intrinsic Alarm Defining

Config - Binary Output Points

Displays binary output configuration data. The typical rows are any key output points (for example, fans or pump commands).

You can modify the attributes from the Tailored Summary view using the Global Modify feature. See the Modify Dialog section.

This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definition:
  • Config - BACnet Point Information
  • Present Value
  • Min On Time
  • Min Off Time
  • Heavy Equip Delay
  • Out of Service
  • Relinquish Default
  • Device Type

Config - Engines Network Info

Displays the key network configuration attributes of any NxEs.

This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Config - Engine Summary
  • Config - BACnet Engine Info
  • Diag - Engines
  • Model Name
  • Status
  • Version
  • JCI IP Address
  • IP Mask
  • Ethernet MAC Address
  • DHCP Enabled

Config - Engine Summary

Displays the key configuration attributes of any NxEs.

This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Config - Engine Network Info
  • Config - BACnet Engine Info
  • Diag - Engines
  • Description
  • Model
  • Status
  • Last Archive
  • Local Time
  • Local Date

Config - FEC Controllers

Displays the key network configuration attributes of any FEC controllers.

Note: You can use the Global Modify feature to add an associated graphic to all the device objects. See the Modify Dialog section.
This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Config - BACnet Controller Info
  • Diag - FEC Controllers
  • Model
  • Status
  • Description
  • Version
  • Address
  • Trunk Number
  • Auto Alarm

Config - LON Controllers

Displays the key network configuration attributes of any LonWorks controllers.

Note: You can use the Global Modify feature to add an associated graphic to all the device objects. See the Modify Dialog section.
  • Status
  • Description
  • Neuron ID
  • Program ID
  • DSN 1
  • XIF Present
  • Message Entry Count

Config - LON Points

Displays the key configuration attributes of any points in a LonWorks based controller.

  • Present Value
  • Interface Value
  • Field Units
  • Manual Control
  • Update Interval
  • Target Reference
  • Priority

Config - Multistate Value Alarms

Displays multistate alarm configuration data. The typical rows are any key multistate points (for example, modes of operation, fan status, and so on) that have alarm, trend, and averaging extensions.

Note: The Name attribute of alarm, trend, or averaging extensions must be unique across all extensions on the item (that is, the alarm and trend item extensions cannot both have a Name attribute of Present Value). You can modify the Name attributes from the Tailored Summary view using the Global Modify feature. See the Modify Dialog section.
This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Monitoring - Alarm History
  • Config - Trends
  • Config - BACnet Point Information
  • Present Value
  • Normal State
  • Alarm Priority
  • Capture Changes
  • Report Delay
  • Report Delay Active
  • Alarm Message Text

Config - N2 Controllers

Displays the key network configuration attributes of any N2 controllers.

Note: You can use the Global Modify feature to add an associated graphic to all the device objects. See the Modify Dialog section.
  • Status
  • Description
  • Controller Type
  • Trunk Number
  • Auto Alarm
  • Item Reference
  • Version

Config - NCM Info

Displays the key configuration attributes of any NCM. The NCMs are integrated with an NIE.

  • Name
  • Status
  • Gate Number
  • Network Name
  • Node Number
  • Object Count
  • Poll Delay

Config - Schedules

Displays the key configuration information and current status about the listed schedule objects.

You can use the Global Command feature to enable or disable all the schedules in the Tailored Summary view.

See the Commands Dialog section.

You also can use this Summary Definition for features other than schedules.

  • Description
  • Present Value
  • Enabled
  • Item Reference
  • Authorization Category

Config - TEC Controllers

Displays the key network configuration attributes of any TEC controllers.

Note: You can use the Global Modify feature to add an associated graphic to all the device objects. See the Modify Dialog section.
This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definition:
  • Config - BACnet Controller Info
  • Model
  • Status
  • Version
  • Auto Alarm

Config - Trends

Displays the trend extension configuration data. The typical rows are any key analog points (for example, Energy Essentials meter points, key zone or discharge air temperatures, key static pressures, and so on) that have trend and averaging extensions.

Note: The Name attribute of alarm, trend, or averaging extensions must be unique across all extensions on the item (that is, the alarm and trend item extensions cannot both have a Name attribute of Present Value). You can modify the Name attributes from the Tailored Summary view using the Global Modify feature. See the Modify Dialog section.
This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Monitoring - Alarm History
  • Monitoring - Analog Points
  • Config - Analog Points
  • Config - Analog Alarms Main
  • Config - Analog Alarms Warning
  • Present Value
  • Description
  • Buffer State
  • Enable
  • Repository Enabled
  • Sample Interval
  • Transfer Setpoint

Diag - Engines

Displays the key diagnostic attributes of any NxEs.

This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Config - Engine Summary
  • Config - BACnet Engine Info
  • Config - Engine Network Info
  • CPU Usage
  • Battery Condition
  • % Flash Utilized
  • Estimated Flash Available
  • % Memory Utilized
  • Object Count
  • Board Temperature

Diag - FEC Controllers

Displays the key diagnostic attributes of any FEC controllers.

Note: You can use the Global Modify feature to add an associated graphic to all the device objects. See the Modify Dialog section.
This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Config - FEC Controllers
  • Config - BACnet Controller Info
  • Model
  • Status
  • Memory Usage
  • CPU Usage
  • Object Count
  • Object Memory Usage
  • Flash Usage

Diag - LON Trunks

Displays the key diagnostic attributes of this communication trunk’s Diagnostic tab.

Note: You can use the Global Command feature to send Clear Statistics and Latch Statistics from the Tailored Summary view to capture the most current diagnostic information. See the Commands Dialog section.
  • Lost Messages
  • Missed Messages
  • Transmit Errors
  • Transmits Per Minute
  • Transaction Timeouts

Diag - MSTP Trunks

Displays the key diagnostic attributes of this communication trunk’s Diagnostic tab.

Note: You can use the Global Command feature to send Clear Statistics and Latch Statistics from the Tailored Summary view to capture the most current diagnostic information. See the Commands Dialog section.
  • Bus Health Index
  • Bus Performance Index
  • Data CRC Errors
  • Framing Errors
  • Token Loop Time
  • Lost Token
  • Buffer Overflows

Diag - N2 Trunks

Displays the key diagnostic attributes of this communication trunk’s Diagnostic tab.

Note: You can use the Global Command feature to send Clear Statistics and Latch Statistics from the Tailored Summary view to capture the most current diagnostic information. See the Commands Dialog section.
  • Command Count
  • Message Timeouts
  • Acknowledgement Errors (NAK Errors)
  • Offline Occurrences
  • Poll Scan Time
  • Retries
  • Transmits Per Minute

Diag - VAV Box Error Analysis

Displays the occupied zone temperature status (ZNT-State) value along with the absolute error values from all of the possible output controllers (for example, CLG-ABSERROR, HTG-ABSERROR, or SAFLOW-ABSERROR). Allows you to easily compare EWMA to identify devices with poor relative performance.

The rows for this Summary Definition are the VAV controllers associated with an air handling system. The absolute error columns indicate all the possible values available. We recommend you remove columns not needed for your specific application.

Note: Depending on the module instance used by your application, the attributes used for each column may differ. Refer to the Output Controller chapter of the Controller Tool Help (LIT-12011147) for details.

When using this Summary Definition, first observe the value in the Current State column. Then refer to the other columns as appropriate. For example, if the Current State column indicates that cooling is taking place, refer to the cooling error columns for more details on the cooling process.

This Summary Definition is typically packaged in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:

  • Monitoring - VMA1600 Overview
  • Monitoring - VMA1600 Flow
  • Diagnostic - VAV Box Effort Analysis
  • Configuration - FEC Controllers
  • Description
  • Current State (ZNT-State)
  • Zone Temp Prmy Clg Error
  • Zone Temp Box Htg Error
  • Box Htg Output Error
  • Supp Htg Output Error
  • Supply Flow Error

Diag - VAV Box Effort Analysis

Displays the occupied zone temperature status (ZNT-State) value along with the absolute effort values from all of the possible output controllers (for example, CLG-ABSEFFORT, HTG-ABSEFFORT, or SAFLOW-ABSEFFORT). Allows you to easily compare EWMAs to identify devices with poor relative performance.

The rows for this Summary Definition are the VAV controllers associated with an air handling system. The absolute error columns indicate all possible values available. We recommend you remove columns not needed for your specific application. Keep in mind that only one absolute error column is active at any point in time based on the present value of ZNT-State.

Note: Depending on the module instance used by your application, the attributes used for each column may differ. Refer to the Output Controller chapter of the Controller Tool Help (LIT-12011147) for details.

This Summary Definition is typically packaged in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:

  • Monitoring - VMA 1600 Overview
  • Monitoring - VMA1600 Flow
  • Diag - VAV Box Error Analysis
  • Config - FEC Controllers
  • Description
  • Current State (ZNT-State)
  • Zone Temp Prmy Clg Effort
  • Zone Temp Box Htg Effort
  • Box Htg Output Effort
  • Supp Htg Output Effort
  • Supply Flow Effort

Monitoring - AHUs

Displays the key point information based on standard naming conventions for a Mixed Air Single Duct systems. The rows for this Summary Definition are FEC or TEC Series controllers.

Note: You can use the Global Modify feature to add an associated graphic to all the device objects. See the Modify Dialog section.

Key data from the associated central plant systems or weather data is typically added to unique instances of this Summary Definition.

  • Supply Fan Status
  • Return Fan Status
  • Mixed Air Temp
  • Zone Temp
  • Discharge Temp
  • Cooling Command
  • Heating Output

Monitoring - Alarm History

Displays the current key status information of analog points along with the date and time that the last alarm and return to normal transitions occurred. The typical rows for this Summary Definition include any key analog points (for example, key zone or discharge air temperatures, key static pressures, and so on) that have alarm, trend, and averaging extensions.

Note: The Name attribute of alarm, trend, or averaging extensions must be unique across all extensions on the item (that is, the alarm and trend item extensions cannot both have a Name attribute of Present Value). You can modify the Name attributes from the Tailored Summary view using the Global Modify feature. See the Modify Dialog section.
This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Monitoring - Analog Points
  • Config - Analog Points
  • Config - Analog Alarms Main
  • Config - Analog Alarms Warning
  • Config - Trends
  • Present Values
  • Alarm Ack Pending
  • Alarm Ack Required
  • Late Alarm Date
  • Back to Normal Date
  • Last Alarm Time
  • Back to Normal Time

Monitoring - Analog Points

Displays the minimum/maximum/average values from the averaging extension and the key description attributes for the item’s Focus tab. The typical rows for this Summary Definition include any key analog points (for example, key zone or discharge air temperatures, key static pressures, and so on) that have alarm, trend, and averaging extensions.

Note: The Name attribute of alarm, trend, or averaging extensions must be unique across all extensions on the item (that is, the alarm and trend item extensions cannot both have a Name attribute of Present Value). You can modify the Name attributes from the Tailored Summary view using the Global Modify feature. See the Modify Dialog section.
This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definitions:
  • Monitoring - Alarm History
  • Config - Analog Points
  • Config - Analog Alarms Main
  • Config - Analog Alarms Warning
  • Config - Trends
  • Present Value
  • Averaging Value
  • Min Value
  • Max Value
  • Reliability
  • Item Reference

Monitoring - VMA1400 Flow

Displays the key flow setup and monitoring information for a typical single duct, pressure-independent VAV Box application. The rows for this Summary Definition are VMA14 controllers that are associated with an air handling system.

Note: You can use the Global Modify feature to add an associated graphic to all the device objects. See the Modify Dialog section.

Key data from the associated air handling system is typically added to unique instances of this Summary Definition.

This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definition:
  • Config - VMA 1400 Overview
  • Box Area
  • Pickup Gain
  • Flow
  • Cooling Max Flow Setpoint
  • Cooling Min Flow Setpoint
  • Heating Flow Setpoint

Monitoring - VMA1600 Flow

Displays the key flow setup and monitoring information for a typical single duct, pressure-independent VAV Box application. The rows for this Summary Definition are VMA16 controllers that are associated with an air handling system.

Note: You can use the Global Modify feature to add an associated graphic to all the device objects. See the Modify Dialog section.

Key data from the associated air handling system is typically added to unique instances of this Summary Definition.

This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definition:
  • Config - VMA 1600 Overview
  • Box Area
  • Pickup Gain
  • Flow
  • Cooling Max Flow Setpoint
  • Cooling Min Flow Setpoint
  • Heating Flow Setpoint

Monitoring - VMA1400 Overview

Displays the key point information for a typical single duct, pressure-independent VAV Box application. The rows for this Summary Definition are VMA14 controllers that are associated with an air handling system.

Note: You can use the Global Modify feature to add an associated graphic to all the device objects. See the Modify Dialog section.

Key data from the associated air handling system is typically added to unique instances of this Summary Definition.

This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definition:
  • Config - VMA 1400 Flow
  • Zone Temperature
  • Supply Temperature
  • Setpoint
  • Flow
  • Flow Setpoint

Monitoring - VMA1600 Overview

Displays the key point information for a typical single duct, pressure-independent VAV Box application. The rows for this Summary Definition are VMA16 controllers that are associated with an air handling system.
Note: You can use the Global Modify feature to add an associated graphic to all the device objects. See the Modify Dialog section.

Key data from the associated air handling system is typically added to unique instances of this Summary Definition.

This Summary Definition is typically used in a user view with the following Summary Definition:
  • Config - VMA 1600 Flow
  • Zone Temperature
  • Supply Temperature
  • Setpoint
  • Flow
  • Flow Setpoint
  • Damper Output
  • Heating Output