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Tracer Summit Building Automation SystemcuBAS-PRC001-E4

OverviewThe Tracer Summit building automationsystem (BAS) provides building controlthrough a single, integrated system. Abuilding's climate, lighting, scheduling,energy consumption, and othercontrollable features can all beprogrammed and managed by a TracerSummit BAS. A typical Tracer SummitBAS consists of building control units(BCUs) and PC Workstations that useTracer Summit software. BCUs providecentralized building control throughcommunication to building equipment,such as heating, ventilating, and airconditioning (HVAC) equipment. Abuilding operator uses a PCWorkstation and/or the operator display(touch screen) on the BCU to performsystem operator tasks. The PCWorkstation communicates to BCUsover an Ethernet network. Remoteaccess to the system is available usingeither a modem in the BCU or anInternet connection with a TracerSummit WebOPS or Tracer ES. TracerSummit software turns complexrequirements into simple, consistent,reliable operations. A Tracer Summitsystem can control any type of HVACequipment, but gives the additionalbenefits of an Integrated Comfortsystem when it is linked with TraneHVAC equipment. In addition, a TracerSummit system can also connect toother building systems such as firealarms, security systems, and lab hoodcontrols.Add-on packagesTracer Summit PC Workstationsoftware is available with four add-onsoftware packages: Tracer 100/TrackerCommunications Package, BuildingManagement Package, EnterpriseManagement Package, and TracerSummit Critical Control Systempackage. For information on the firstthree packages, see PC Workstationadditional capabilities on page 10.The Tracer Summit Critical ControlSystem package is an enhancedversion of Tracer Summit software thatprovides complete environmentmanagement for FDA-regulated areas.See the Tracer Summit Critical ControlSystem product catalog (BAS-PRC017EN) for more informationSpecificationsSee page 14 for product specificationson Tracer Summit systems. The following are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies: CenTra- 2006 American Standard2All rights reservedVac, Climate Changer, Horizon, IntelliPak, Integrated Comfort, Precedent, ReliaTel, Series R, TCM,Tracer, Tracer Summit, Tracker, Trane, Traq, UCP1, UCP2, VariTrac, VariTrane, Voyager from AmericanStandard Inc.; Adobe and Acrobat from Adobe Systems Incorporated; ARCNET from DatapointCorporation; BACnet from ASHRAE; LonTalk and LonMark from Echelon Corporation; MODBUS fromSchneider Automation, Inc.; Windows and Internet Explorer from Microsoft Corporation.BAS-PRC001-E4

ContentsOverview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Ease of operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Features and benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Ease of service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chiller plant control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Area control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Trend Viewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Timed override . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Variable-air-volume air system (VAS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Indoor air quality control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Custom programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Managing multiple facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Advanced alarming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Time-of-day scheduling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Engineered smoke control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Migration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .System integration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55555555566777System architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8PC Workstation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9Operator interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9Operator display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Tracer Summit WebOPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Tracer ES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Building control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12Unit control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13Trane chillers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Trane airside equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Trane unitary equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Trane field-installed controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13131313Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14PC Workstation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BACnet PICS: BCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BACnet PICS: PC Workstation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BAS-PRC001-E414141417183

Features and benefitsThe Tracer Summit system is designedto provide solutions needed by buildingowners and daily operators. Thesystem can be quickly installed,programmed, and commissioned torun reliably. A user-friendly interfacecombined with a series of preengineered system applications makesthis possible. The applications worktogether to maximize the comfort ofpeople in the building, while minimizingenergy use.Ease of operationThe daily operator is the most criticaluser of the system. Extensive usabilitytesting helps make Tracer Summit PCWorkstation software intuitive and easyto use.End-users in a laboratory environmenttest preliminary software. If softwarefunctions prove difficult to use, they arerefined until testers can more easilyperform daily tasks.These tasks include:MyTraneControls.com MyTraneControls.com is a free onlineWeb site designed to assist TracerSummit system owners and operators.Members log on towww.MyTraneControls.com to learnmore about their Tracer Summitsystem through articles, frequentlyasked questions (FAQs), webinars, andaccess to GCS technical supportresources and training opportunities.Members can update their system withservice packs by downloading themfrom MyTraneControls.com.Viewing the status of the buildingChanging setpointsViewing and modifying schedulesResponding to alarmsViewing historical report informationViewing trended informationPerforming timed overridesTroubleshootingA daily operator can perform thesetasks by clicking a toolbar buttonlocated at the top of the Tracer Summitsystem window (see Figure 1).Online helpPC Workstation software includes apowerful online help system forassistance with system functions andeditor and dialog windows.Daily operator trainingDaily operator training is deliveredwhen the project is handed over to thefinal customer. It allows the end usersand daily operators to use their TracerSummit system the most efficient wayFigure 1. View building status in Tracer Summit4BAS-PRC001-E4

Features and benefitsEase of serviceThe optional Rover service tool can belaunched from Tracer Summit softwareto identify problems, test functionality,change configuration, create and editprogramming, and monitor statusinformation for LonTalk unit controllerson the system. From an operator onsite, to a technician several miles awayusing a remote connection, thecombination of Tracer Summit softwareand a Rover service tool provide thedata and functionality required to fullyand conveniently service the buildingautomation system.Chiller plant controlThe Tracer Summit chiller plant controlapplication provides intelligent controland comprehensive monitoring ofsystem components, including: Multiple chillers Related pumps and valves Cooling towers and ice tanksThe chiller plant control applicationbalances system efficiency andequipment runtime to optimize systemperformance. The application alsoprovides status information that canhelp with troubleshooting. The statusinformation indicates what ishappening in the chiller plant as well aswhat to expect next, based on currentoperating conditions. The chiller plantcontrol program is suitable for bothcomfort and industrial applications, aswell as control sequences includingthermal storage and dual-fuel chillersystems.long time periods. Trend data is storedon a database on the PC Workstation.Note: The PC Workstation must be onlineand connected to the BCU to capturecontinuous data from the BCU. The BCUtemporarily caches trended values, so if aconnection is lost for a short amount oftime, no gaps will be seen in the data.Timed overrideAs a part of the Area Controlapplication, the timed override featureenables building occupants andmanagement staff to temporarilyoverride HVAC and lighting equipment.Users can perform overrides from thezone sensor, the BCU operator display,the Tracer Summit PC Workstationsoftware, or the Tracer SummitWebOPS.Variable-air-volume airsystem (VAS)The Tracer Summit variable-air-volumeair system (VAS) control coordinates airhandling units and VAV boxes within abuilding. VAV units are assigned to theair-handling unit that supplies air tothem. A VAS control starts up andshuts down the system to assureproper static pressure control. Energysaving applications, including staticpressure optimization and ventilationoptimization, are available as standardVAS control features for LonTalksystemsIndoor air quality controlIndoor air quality is an issue of risingimportance from the perspectives ofcomfort as well as governmentalregulation and liability. A Tracer Summitsystem intelligently monitors indoor airquality to make maintaining it easy.Custom programmingA powerful custom programminglanguage (CPL) allows systemcustomizing for specific applications.Typically, CPL routines are created tosequence equipment, calculatesetpoints and values, and performshutdown sequences.Managing multiple facilitiesTo assist in managing multiple facilitylocations, the Tracer Summit EnterpriseManagement Package includes utilitiesthat help the daily operator work moreefficiently. For example, a typical task ismaking the same or similar changes totime-of-day schedules across multiplelocations. The Enterprise ManagementPackage offers the ability to performFigure 2. Trend ViewerArea controlArea control coordinates HVACequipment and lighting for a specificarea of the building.Unit controllers and binary outputs areassigned as members of a commonarea, which makes it easy to changesetpoints, do scheduling, and performoverrides at the PC Workstation.Trend ViewerThe Trend Viewer (see Figure 2) allowsthe user to track data over time; tooverlay alarms, events, and overrides;and to collect trended data that spansBAS-PRC001-E45

Features and benefitsglobal schedule changes, which meansthat one simple schedule change canbe duplicated across an entireenterprise or group of facilities.Advanced alarmingThe advanced alarming features of aTracer Summit system include thefollowing: Alarm categories: Five optional, configurable alarm categories have beenadded. Alarms can be categorizedaccording to their severity, for example. Alarm filtering allows alarmswithin a category to be viewed atone time. A button appears on thetask bar for each category that hasbeen configured. The number ofalarms for that category is shown onthe button (see Figure 3.) Pop-up messaging: Alarm categoriescan be configured to trigger pop-upmessages. Comments can beentered in a pop-up message thatshow up in the event log Event log: A column has been addedto the event log for the new alarmcategories and for the commentsfield. Event log columns can be hid-den and widths can be expanded.The event log configuration is automatically saved after set up Cell phone: Text messages can berouted from a Tracer Summit systemto a cell phoneWith either the Building ManagementPackage option or the EnterpriseManagement Package option added toa Tracer Summit system, after-hoursforwarding of alarms can be scheduledto be sent to various people by e-mail.This function closely models how anafter-hours and weekend call center isscheduled. Once the alarm messagehas been received, the on-call personcan use the powerful filtering featuresof the Tracer Summit alarm and eventlog to assist in troubleshooting anyequipment or system issues with theparticular facility in question.facilities can be scheduled to occur at aconvenient time or when the telephonerates are the lowest if dial-upconnections are usedTime-of-day schedulingTime-of-day scheduling (see Figure 3) isone of a facility's most importantenergysaving strategies. Making surethat equipment runs only when it isneeded ensures that energy usage isminimized.Schedules for equipment serving aspecific area of the building areaccessed by viewing the graphic forthat area, and then clicking theSchedule button on the task bar.The Building Management Package andthe Enterprise Management Packageallow flexible scheduling of systemadministrative tasks to occur duringtimes when the normal systemoperator is not at work, for instance, atnight. Certain tasks such as gatheringreport and alarm data from the remoteFigure 3. Scheduling editor6BAS-PRC001-E4

Features and benefitsSchedules can be used for: Keeping the equipment running atminimal energy-use levels onweekends and holidays Creating exception schedules fortimes in which the schedule needs todeviate from the standard one Performing optimal start and stop ofequipment to optimize energy usewhile maintaining comfortrequirements Changing setpoints at specific timesof dayEngineered smoke controlTracer Summit software can be used tocontrol an automatic smoke-controlsystem. When used with a fire alarmcontrol panel (provided by othersuppliers), Tracer Summit software canhelp protect occupants by controllingthe flow of smoke in an emergency. Inaddition to smoke control, with afirefighter's control panel, thefirefighter can see the status of smokecontrol and implement overrides asrequired.MigrationExisting Tracer systems can easilymigrate to the current technologies ofTracer Summit systems. Upgrading aTracer 100 system provides benefitsincluding network communications,state-of-the-art user interface, and theability to connect to multiplegenerations of controllers.For facilities where system upgradesare prohibitive, Tracer Summit systemsalso allows integration of Tracer 100and legacy Tracker systems. A TracerSummit system can communicate withmost of the controllers in Tracer 100and Tracker systems. The integration oflegacy systems into the Tracer Summitworkstation allows the facility orenterprise operator to manage allfacilities with a single workstation.System integrationTracer Summit systems provides opensystem options that provide thefollowing capabilities: Allows easy integration ofequipment and auxiliary systems intoa single system, or multiple buildingsBAS-PRC001-E4into a single network, which can beoperated from a single location Assures competitive bidding forsystem additions and modifications Provides an easy method to connectTrane equipment and Tracer Summitsystems into other BAS orSupervisory Control and DataAcquisition (SCADA) systems.The goal of any interoperable system isto provide an economical, reliable, andrepeatable solution. By basing TracerSummit technology on open standardprotocols, this goal is easilyaccomplished. The use of openstandard protocols assures long-termsupport across a broad number ofsuppliers.Trane has experience in providingintegrated, interoperable solutions onthousands of installations. These rangefrom simple HVAC solutions thatcombine Tracer controllers withvariable frequency drives, tosophisticated installations thatcombine many building sub-systems.For more information, see theInteroperable Solutions brochure (BASSLB004-EN) and the Connections CD(BAS-CMC002-EN)BACnet supportAn open, standard protocol is essentialfor building control system integration.The Tracer Summit system uses theBACnet protocol to facilitatecommunication between TracerSummit BCUs and PC Workstations aswell as a means to integrate productsand systems, including fire panels,fume hoods, and non-Trane BAS orHVAC equipment. Trane is a member ofthe BACnet Manufacturers Association.For more details on BACnet, refer towww.bacnet.org.standard network variable types(SNVTs). This allows for easyintegration of devices such as variablefrequency drives, lighting, security,humidifiers, and boilers.Trane is a sponsor of the LonMark Interoperability Association. For moredetails on LonMark, refer towww.lonmark.org.Other protocol supportWhile support for open standardprotocols is the preferred method ofintegrating systems and systemcomponents, gateways are anothermethod that can be used for thispurpose. A gateway translates one setof communication rules to another,allowing devices that use differentprotocols to pass data to each other.The use of these gateways is the idealsolution to: Interface with controllers such asmeters, variable frequency drives,fire alarm systems, and security Provide HVAC data out to aproprietary BAS, or to a SCADAsystem for industrial applicationsThe Tracer Summit communicationsbridge is a gateway that enables a widevariety of devices that use theMODBUS RTU protocol to connect to aTracer Summit building automationsystem using BACnet. The bridge canalso be programmed to interface toother common communicationprotocols.A cost effective integration platform, socalled PIC, can also be provided fordata exchange between Tracer Summitand Trane controls to MODBUS,master type, devices.LonTalk supportThe BCU includes native support forLonTalk-based controllers. The Traneimplementation of LonTalk utilizestwisted-pair physical media. In additionto Tracer controllers, anyLonTalkcompatible controller can beincluded on a LonTalk link. Thesedevices must use FTT-10A or FT-X1transceivers and support LonTalk7

System architectureThe Tracer Summit system architectureis highly distributed (Figure 4). Controlcan occur at the appropriate systemlevel to ensure integrity.The three levels of control are: Operator interface Building control Unit control Figure 4. Tracer Summit system architecture InteroperabilityWWWManagementlevelWeb ServerTracer Summit TMOperatorInterfaceLCD Touch Screen BuildingControlsBCUField Server Automationlevel PICZSMFieldlevelPower panelcontrolLightingcontrolEnergymeteringSite installedUnit ControlsMP583MP501/MP503Alarm controlandmonitoringEX23rd partyequipmentcontrolBuildinginformationmonitoring RTHD8HFO/HFRVariTrac TMCGAN/CXANCLCEVoyager TMField devicesControl,measure,monitoringHVACEquipmentwith FactoryMountedControlsIntegrationMP581ZN523 BAS-PRC001-E4

Operator interfaceGraphicsOperators have three interface optionsfor managing their building automationsystems:Tracer Summit uses graphics as ameans of viewing and navigatingthrough the system, much like walkingthrough the building. Graphics showdata related to building environments,including climate, lighting, and othercontrollable operations. Graphics canbe used to change setpoints andoverride equipment operation. PC Workstation Operator display Tracer Summit WebOPSPC WorkstationThe Tracer Summit PC Workstationsoftware provides a graphical userinterface for setting up, operating, andmodifying the building automationsystem. This interface along with theuse of Microsoft Windows and InternetExplorer make building operation aseasy as surfing the World Wide Web.Tracer Summit PC Workstationsoftware can be run on a PC located atthe building site or from a remotelocation. The software can also be usedto connect to and monitor operationsfor multiple building sites. For example,a user can view the status of a chillerlocated in the next room, whilemodifying the schedule for a buildingthat is across the city or around theworld.Tracer Summit PC Workstationsoftware runs with Microsoft Windows2000 Professional or Windows XPProfessional operating systems.Operating with Windows offers theflexibility of running other popularapplications for communications andoffice productivity. See Hardwarerequirements on page 14 for more PCWorkstation details.The Tracer Summit PC Workstation isthe most common interface foraccessing building automationsystems. The primary features aredescribed in this section.Alarm processing and event logThe daily operator must be able to dealeffectively with abnormal conditions.When the system detects such acondition, it routes the alarm to theappropriate PC Workstation(s), pagers,cell phones, and e-mail addresses.At the PC Workstation, alarms andother system events are stored in thealarm and event log. The alarm andevent log have five optional,configurable alarm categories that canbe used to filter and sort the alarms.Sorting can be based, for example, onseverity level.If another application is in use when anabnormal condition occurs, an alarm isindicated in the task bar at the bottomof the screen. Pop-up messages canalso be associated with alarms, to alertthe user of the abnormal condition.The event log displays critical dataabout the alarm including whichbuilding it is from, whether it requiresan acknowledgment, and anycomments that may have been enteredin the popup dialog box.Critical alarms can be set up withmessages and graphics that can aid introubleshooting problems.A series of easy-to-use filters can beused to show only desired events: Forexample, a filter can be used to viewalarms only from a specific building, toview alarms received only at a specifictime, or only alarms from a specificalarm category.Putting graphics in groups makes itpossible to move logically from place toplace within a building. Target buttonscan be added to graphics to providelinks to related sources.The navigation tree, a hierarchical,treestyle representation showing therelationship of all graphics for a facility(see Figure 1 on page 4), provides away to move between graphics andbuildings. The navigation tree is astandard part of every system and canbe easily modified.Forward, Back, and Home buttons onthe menu bar provide another way tomove among graphics.Graphics library and graphics editingA library of standard graphicsrepresenting all Trane equipment andapplications is included in the TracerSummit software. In addition, standard3D graphics provide a better visualrepresentation of equipment alongwith relevant equipment information.These standard graphics have beentested to provide a consistently highlevel of quality and usability.Custom graphics can also be createdby incorporating visual elements fromthe building, such as floor plans orexterior views from CAD drawings, intostandard graphics. Custom graphicscan also include digital photographyand animated images such as arotating fan.Graphics can include the followingelements: Any data available in the system as anumerical or text value Analog values that can change colorsbased on deviation from a desiredvalue for quick recognition ofoperational issues User-defined static text in a widechoice of fonts and colorsBAS-PRC001-E49

Operator interface Animation using images to representbinary and analog values, animatedGIF, or video (AVI) files Hyperlinked text and images that canbe added to move between graphics Hyperlinks to any Windowscompatible files or applications (forexample, Adobe Acrobat documents,Excel spreadsheets, and externalWeb sites) Multiple graphic images thatconform to the industry standardJPEG, GIF, or BMP formats, inaddition to the library of HVACequipment images included with theTracer Summit software package Charting of historical trends orrealtime values User controls including push buttons,check boxes, drop-down list boxes,and entry fields A hand icon appearing on overridebuttons when controls areoverridden Representation of equipment status,for example, a thermal storage tankat 40% of its capacityData, text, setpoint overrides, andother information can be added tographics by using the Graphics editorthat is part of the software package.This editor allows any user with propersecurity to create or modify graphics.Tools available in the Graphics editorcan align graphical elements,determine which elements appear ontop, and perform cut, copy, and pastefunctions.Reports and trendsViewing current, as well as previoussystem operations, provides invaluableinformation. The Tracer Summit reportsand trends feature provides this ability.Trends can present a variety of datasamples at defined intervals to show ata glance the historical and currentstatus of the facility. These trends canbe graphically viewed on the screen,printed out, and stored on disk.To create a new trend, the user rightclicks on a status or control point10(for example, space temperature) on agraphic, and then selects Create TrendViewer. Additional points can be addedto the trend in a similar manner. Anypoint associated to a trend willautomatically be archived by theworkstation, for a period of up to tenyears. These data can be displayed inthe integrated trend viewer tool.Standard reports for each piece ofTrane equipment provide a valuablesource of record-keeping andtroubleshooting data, commissioningreport can, as an example begenerated by few mouse clicks.In addition, standard reports areprovided for ASHRAE Guideline 147,Monitoring of large tonnage chillers.Finally, custom reports can be definedfor any desired values, such as energyusage or run-time reporting.PC Workstation system utilitiesIn addition to operations andconfiguration, the Tracer Summit PCWorkstation software also providesutilities for management of the system. Save and restoreWhen connected to a network ofBCUs, the PC Workstation softwareconstantly analyzes database statusand updates information on the PChard drive.Database changes made by otherworkstations are automaticallyreflected at each PC without the needfor a central server. If a BCU goesoffline, the PC Workstation softwareautomatically reloads its databasewithout the need for intervention.The system database can be archivedor backed up for local or offsite storageof data in case it is needed for restoringthe system in the event of a problem. SecurityA sophisticated password systemprotects the Tracer Summit systemfrom unauthorized access. Eachoperator logs on to the system and hasaccess to only the applications, editors,objects, and properties to whichaccess rights are assigned.An operator with proper security canaccess all levels of the system and hasthe ability to alter passwords. DiagnosticsTracer Summit constantly evaluates allof the system parameters and reportsabnormal conditions to the operator.Problems ranging from acommunication failure due to a brokenwire to the failure of a sensor areautomatically detected and reported. Network management functionsThe Tracer Summit PC Workstationsoftware includes field panel reset andrestore, abnormal conditionmonitoring, network routing, andBACnet support. Configuring controllersThe Tracer Summit PC Workstationsoftware can be used to configure andtroubleshoot controllers found on Traneequipment. This setup consists ofsetpoints, minimum on and off times,and other user-defined parameters.PC Workstation additionalcapabilitiesTracer Summit PC Workstationsoftware has four add-on softwarepackages that provide additionalcapabilities.With the Tracer 100/TrackerCommunication package, the PCWorkstation can communicate with,and receive alarms from, Trane's legacysystem controllers.The Building Management packagemakes it easy to schedule sitecommunication and database back-upsduring after-hours operation. Thispackage also allows scheduling ofalarms, in the form of e-mailmessages, to appropriate personnel. Emails can be sent to any device thatcan receive email messages.The Enterprise Management packageincludes all of the features of the othertwo add-on packages and also allowschanges to be applied across multiplelocations. In addition, the packageallows multiple PCs to share data, theevent log, and graphics with a centralPC.The Tracer Summit Critical ControlSystem package is an enhancedversion of Tracer Summit software thatprovides complete environmentmanagement for FDA-regulated areas,from research to distribution.BAS-PRC001-E4

Operator interfaceOperator displayTracer Summit WebOPSTracer ESThe optional Tracer Summit BCUoperator display provides an easy-touse interface for:The Tracer Summit WebOPS providesthe ability to operate a Tracer Summitbuilding automation system (BAS) fromany PC using a Web browser, such asInternet Explorer. WebOPS accessesreal-time system data from the TracerSummit system and sends it to theWeb browser interface. This allowsaccess to system information fromwithin a facility or from a remotelocation anywhere in the world using aWeb browser rather than TracerSummit software.Tracer ES is web-based, buildingautomation software that worksseamlessly with existing TracerSummit systems. It dramaticallysimplifies managing and operatingmultiple facilities, letting owners andoperators have an enterprisemanagement view of all of buildingcontrol systems. Tracer ES allowsaccess to information about anybuilding from any secure PC that isconnected to the Internet. Viewing equipment and system status information Making changes to time-of-dayschedule Changing system setpoints Viewing the alarm and event log Performing timed overridesThe operator display is an intuitive,touch-screen display that is located onthe front of the Tracer Summit BCU.The operator display can also showgraphical images indicating the type ofequipment or area that i

system when it is linked with Trane HVAC equipment. In addition, a Tracer Summit system can also connect to other building systems such as fire alarms, security systems, and lab hood controls. Add-on packages Tracer Summit PC Workstation software is available with four add-on software packages: Tracer 100/Tracker Communications Package, Building

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