1 Satchwell Sigma 1 Satchwell Sigma Software Overview Satchwell Sigma is a high performance building management system which can be scaled from a single controller in a plant room to a complex wide-area system spanning the largest multi-site buildings. It is adaptable and can be easily customised to enable individual user access to the different parts of the system and to provide, via the intuitive Graphical User Interface (GUI), easy to use display formats. Sigma utilises open distributed intelligence and peer to peer (IP) communications, and is highly configurable with a comprehensive range of options. It allows users to interrogate and collate information from plant and provides extensive facilities for annunciation of plant alarms and logging of plant information. Sigma comprises one or more clients connected to a server. The Standard Edition includes Web ActiveX client software (Sigma s native graphics on the Web) and supports Web HTML clients (Sigma HTML pages on the Web); Sigma also supports a portable Compact client (based on a subset of the Standard Edition), which runs on a Windows CE Handheld or Pocket/Palmtop PC. The software is multi-tasking, to provide concurrent processing of different programs, while the communications architecture permits multiple clients to be used on the same system. Clients may be configured as multi-purpose for complete system operation or they may be dedicated to particular functions, facilities and locations. This allows on-line multi-user applications to be speedily carried out whilst providing total system flexibility. The standard software is supplied complete with graphics, dynamic and historical logging, comprehensive alarm handling and extensive Built-in Help. Alarms can be used to trigger plant operations or other applications such as multi-media. This allows, for example, a pre-recorded message to be played to the operator in the event of an alarm. As an option, alarms can be sent to mobile devices such as pagers and phones, via Schneider Electric s Remote Alarm Manager. By using an Integration Controller (IC), it is possible to interface Sigma to a wide variety of third party equipment. Interfaces are also available to packages such as maintenance packages and reporting applications. LICENCE Part Numbers Standard Edition - server and single client with unlimited object capability. For a single PC or separate PCs. Additional client for Standard Edition. Light Edition* - single client, limited to 400 objects including software objects. S-400 Personal Edition* - single client, limited to 150 objects including software objects. S-150 Upgrade to Standard Edition - upgrades the Light and Personal Editions to the Standard Edition. Compact Edition - a subset of the Standard Edition, to run on netbook/laptop, panel mounted and handheld devices. ODBC option - allows third party systems to extract, from Sigma, object alarms, object logs and user transactions, using the industry standard ODBC interface. Runs only on the server. Advanced Security Model option - additional features for use in regulated environments (FDA 21CFR Part 11) and critical and high resilience applications Flexima option - allows logged data and alarm data to be formatted to a text format for compatibility with other software packages. Advanced Toolkit option - enables advanced users to analyse, enhance and fine-tune Sigma control applications and allows the easy production of site documentation. Runs only on the server. *Note: Sigma Options are not supported on Sigma Light and Personal Editions. S-FULL S-CLI S-UPG S-WINCE S-ODBC S-ASM S-FLEXIMA S-TOOLKIT
2 Satchwell Sigma 2 FEATURES General Multi-tasking intelligent system Easy to use, operates on a standard menu system and toolbar screen Easy drag-and-drop operation. User-defined (pop-up) right mouse button menus Short cut and accelerator keys User User interface configurable for different users based on passwords Multi-layered plant index for easy identification of plant Graphical set-up for Time and Calendar schedules Extensive Built-In Help Event driven active graphics (Web browsers and Sigma clients) Manual routine function Scalability Flexible for small, medium or large sites, either hard wired or remote Multi-user/Multi-client/Multiple servers No client limits (up to 10 concurrent/simultaneous clients and up to 20 Web clients supported). Automatic controller to server data alignment Light 150 and 400 object versions available Alarms and Logging Full alarm management with current alarm system status banner Alarm actions can initiate other applications such as multi media Graphic pop-up on alarm occurrence Individual or group alarm acknowledgement Global alarm acknowledgement Short and extended configurable text for alarms and events Historical and real-time logging (Dataview & Dynaview) with graphical or tabular display Comprehensive logging analysis application Background contingency logging Security Secure multi password access with enforced change option Configurable screen format on group or individual basis Access restrictions on 90 user facilities across six categories on group or individual basis Default and configurable user access templates Logging of user activity Optional extension with Advanced Security Model Control Distributed Direct Digital Control Time, Calendar and Holiday Schedules Optimum start/stop of heating, cooling and ventilation plant with linear or logarithmic (BRESTART based) algorithm Active Psychrometric Chart Short Form Editor Actipane Maximum Demand Load cycling Automatic power up of plant Calculation objects Rotation objects Programmable objects for user-defined control strategies Degree Day calculations Communications Based on the Open System Interconnect (OSI) seven layer model to ISO 7498 Wide area operation including via PSTN Modem Conformance Complies with the following RFC (Request for Comments): RFC 791: RFC 972: RFC 826: RFC 950: RFC 1256: RFC 768: RFC 1058: Internet Protocol (IP) Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Subnet Mask Router Discovery Platform Client/server architecture. IBM or compatible computer User Datagram Protocol (UDP) Routing Information Protocol (RIP) Operating system - see Technical Data Other Features (optional) Integration Controllers to third party systems such as meters, UPSs, fire, security, lighting, controllers, etc. Remote Alarm Manager interface Advanced Security Model option (to FDA 21 CFR Part 11) Real time data export with ODBC (Open Database Connectivity) option Advanced Toolkit option Batch data export ( Flexima ) ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT & SOFTWARE Router:... Allows convenient connection to local and wide area networks. Controllers:... A range of 32 and 96-object controllers (Universal Network Controllers). Integration Controllers:... Range available to integrate Sigma to third party equipment such as terminal unit controls, metering, fire, security and lighting. All industry standard protocols and many bespoke protocols (e.g. LON, Modbus, BACnet) are covered. Contact Schneider Electric for details of current Integration Controller availability. Alarm Management:... Remote Alarm Manager software. See DS Planned Preventative Maintenance: Compatible with PPM systems. Uses Flexima option. Monitoring and Targeting:.... Compatible with M & T systems. Contact Schneider Electric for details.
3 Satchwell Sigma 3 Technical Data System Capacity Small: object Main Client software plus a connected via Ethernet or ARCNET. The 150 object version would typically be used with up to three controllers or one UNC696/UNC796 controller. Large:... No practical limit. Systems of 50,000+ objects and 400+ controllers commonplace. Maximum clients per server:... No practical limit. Up to 10 can be concurrent. Maximum Web clients per server:.... No practical limit. Up to 20 can be concurrent. Maximum number of servers:...no practical limit. PC Requirements (Server & Clients) Please refer to Schneider Electric. SGI Graphics Display method:... Active Container, 24-bit colour (16+ million colours). Can also be displayed in Web ActiveX Client in IE browser. Limited graphics access to not-logged-on users in Standard Client. Graphic editor:.... Integral to run-time system, extensive library of symbols. Update method:... Event based, controller initiated (non-polled mechanism). Object indication:... By text or animated symbol (state/value). Alarm indication:... Flashing graphic symbol. Graphic pop-up on alarm. Shape menus:... Optional, user-defined pop-up menus via right mouse button. Security Logon features:... - Time out - Force password change - Lock out Access classes: All objects and segments are assigned an access class on creation. By allocating these access classes (up to 16) to user groups, different types of user can access different sets of objects (and then exercise their assigned user privileges). User privileges:... For each user, selective access to over 50 features covering: - System Manager - Graphics - Alarm Manager - System Setup - Engineering Advanced Security Model option:... Additional (optional) features covering access, security, audit trail, data integrity and historical records. See DS System Manager:... Logical tree style navigation (similar to Windows Explorer folder structure): - Intuitive and logical format. - Direct drag-and-drop display reviews. - Direct access to user-defined pop-up menus on objects and segments through right mouse button. - Short cut and accelerator keys. Actipane:.... Tabular view of selected object parameters with user group specific columns. Drag-and-drop object selection. Plant Review:.... A matrix of object conditions (e.g. Alarm, Manual) applicable to selected objects. Short Form Editing:... Quick parameter change facility for certain regularly accessed objects. Display Groups:... Multiple object/plant groups for display on demand. Any selection of objects and/or plants. Configured by administrators on a user group basis. Transaction Logging:... All user activity relating to change of plant operation or in the configuration of the system. Selected log viewing (filter on time/date match and on object mask). Filters built up from over 110 criteria across the following categories: - Object - Server - Configuration - User - System.
4 Satchwell Sigma 4 Technical Data (Continued) Routines:... Multiple control sequences, manually initiated. Effective on object control (set to value and manual/auto) and/or file transfer. Configured by administrators on a user group basis. Alarms Alarm banner:... Permanent display of summary of acknowledge status/quantity. Prioritisation: priorities in three categories (Critical, General and Low level). Message format:... Configurable for each user with simple text and up to 49 alarm parameters. Acknowledgement:... Method selectable by group. Routing:... Multiple path. Configured in each controller. Selected viewing & printing:... Personalised filters built up from: - Type (state of acknowledgment, Specific type (e.g. totalisation - Calendar date window or daily. Include/exclude) - Objects (mnemonic match, type, value range) - Priority (any of 30) - Acknowledge (date window or daily. Include/exclude). Alarm inhibit...manual inhibiting of certain objects enables control of spurious/nuisance alarms. Alarm management Remote Alarm Manager application (optional) passes Sigma alarm messages to engineers/plant managers via mobile devices, printers and the Internet. Logging Historical (Dataview):... Multi-faceted log file held at the server. Configured at chosen clients. 5s resolution. Dynamic (Dynaview):... Client-based. Storable configurations. 1s resolution. Dynamic & Dataview analysis:.... Dual display (graph and table), value/time at cursor, value/time difference in between cursor positions, multiple graphs open simultaneously, search criteria, tool bar, zoom, scaling options (independent axis, single axis or manual), dual scaling. Easy drag-anddrop operation Contingency logging:... Controller based logging on Standard, Web and WinCE clients. The client can view it on demand. Archiving:... Configurable Alarm, Transaction Log and Logging files sizes for archive (automated active mechanism based on no. of record/file size). Architecture:... Open - conforms to three layer Building Management System Reference Model CEN TC 247 (Management, Automation and Field). Peer-to-peer communication permits controllers to operate independently of Sigma clients. Networks Types:... Ethernet, ARCNET and Sigma LAN. Client - Server:.... Ethernet. Ethernet (Backbone) LAN... Compatible with 10base-T or 100base-TX networks. Data rate 10Mbps or 100Mbps using Cat.5 or better UTP or STP cable. Max. no. of devices - no practical limit. ARCNET controller LAN RS 485. Data rate 156kbps to 5Mbps. Opto-isolated LAN. Max. length of Belden 9502 = 156kbps, 5Mbps. Max. length of Belden 8762 = 156kbps, 5Mbps. Max. devices = 31 (16 if dual trunk used). Ethernet controller LAN... Compatible with 10base-T or 100base-TX networks. Data rate 10Mbps or 100Mbps using Cat.5 or better UTP or STP cable. Max. cable length 100m. Max. no. of devices = 31 (16 if dual trunk used). Sigma LAN (dual trunk options only)......rs 485, token passing bus (IEEE 802.4), 8 bit asynchronous at 19.2kbps..Opto-isolated (compatible with all non-isolated products). Transorb.protected. Daisy chain topology. Max. LAN length (Belden 9502) 19.2kbps. Redundancy:... As required. Dual Trunk capability (Ethernet/Sigma LAN or ARCNET/Sigma LAN). Backbone LAN can be Ethernet/Ethernet or Ethernet/ARCNET Integration to Third Party Equipment:.... Peer-to-peer at the Automation layer. No dependency on front end software and equipment. Printer Models and Interface:... As supported by relevant operating system.
5 Ethernet Satchwell Sigma 5 Typical LARGER system Laptop Pocket PC Sigma Server WEB Client WEB Client Standard Client Modem Pool Modem Pocket PC Wireless Router PSTN Modem Ethernet ARCNET IC-GEN to OPC/DDE server Modem UNC696 UNC796 Bus du Jour LAN Figure 1 Unifact Pro ARCNET Modbus Sigma LAN ARCNET (or Ethernet) LonWorks LonWorks Typical SMALL systems Pocket PC Figure 2 Sigma Server and Client Ethernet WEB Client Figure 3
6 Satchwell Sigma 6 DOCUMENTATION Data Sheets DS Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) Option DS Flexima Option DS Advanced Toolkit Option DS Advanced Security Model Option DS Compact Edition DS Universal Network Controller DS UNC696 Universal Network Controller DS UNC796 Universal Network Controller DS Distributed Network Node DS Unifact Pro Integration Controller DS ASIC/1 Integration Controller DS MN2000 Integration Controller DS SNP Integration Controller DS Carrier Integration Controller DS York Integration Controller DS McQuay Integration Controller DS Modbus Integration Controller DS LonWorks Integration Controller DS Fidelio Integration Controller Manuals Satchwell Sigma Overview Satchwell Sigma Standard Edition Installation and User s Guide Satchwell Sigma Compact Edition Installation and User s Guide Satchwell Sigma Advanced Toolkit Installation and User s Guide Help Extensive Built-in Help On October 1st, 2009, TAC became the Buildings business of its parent company Schneider Electric. This document reflects the visual identity of Schneider Electric, however there remains references to TAC as a corporate brand in the body copy. As each document is updated, the body copy will be changed to reflect appropriate corporate brand changes. Copyright 2011 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved. All brand names, trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Information contained within this document is subject to change without notice. All rights reserved. DS December 2011 dl Schneider Electric Malmö, Sweden
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