Good news! We are introducing during our monthly Community webinars, an Expert Learning Session where you’ll be able to interact with Schneider experts to learn more about their business and ask them directly questions: it’s the perfect opportunity for you to get your issues solved! 😉
We will hold 2 sessions on December 17th at 9 AM and 5 PM CEST Paris time - register now!
We kindly invite you to share all your questions and suggestion on the comment section below.
We will select all your comments and our experts will be happy to answer you during the webinar!
So on your marks, get set, comment!
Don't be shy! Ask all your BMS question here 🙂
Our experts will answer in live to you. Take this opportunity.
Have a nice day.
Here are my 4 questions fot our BMS experts:
1/ Which BMS are most widely spread in the world?
2/ Do they control ventilation systems? How to setup rules based on parameters like temperature, level of CO2?
3/ How do they receive their data for activating ventilation flow? or other equipment?
4/ Which signal do they rely on, when connecting through wire? (Modbus, other) under which voltage?
1- When we make shared graphic on project. Then we need to change on page something it is only effect on same AS. not effecting on same type page on other AS.
That means at least We need to change all AS one page to update page
2- Why we need to add extended trend log on under ES. because we make library for equipments include graphic, alarms, program, trend logs etc. I want to add also extended trend logs on library folder for all equipment.
We are losing time for adding extended trend log.
only thing we have 150 DDC panels, 32.000 hardpoints, 250.000 soft points
3- Modbus point only updating when we enter the page and starting from zero to update. and it takes time to update. Why points not hold last value?
Below are my questions:
1. Can you share the SBO Timestamp conversion formula? I know that there's an SBO Timestamp Conversion tool but I need the formula because I want to extract the SBO Timestamp.
2. How to upgrade from SBO1.9 to the latest EBO version?
Warm thanks Saketaram: quite appreciated contribution to bring questions probably matching with other attendees
Exchange Power & Building Community Manager
Thank you all for your questions. Some of you already get answers through the first webinar.
But you will get other answers soon in the next webinar at 5 PM CET (Paris time) today. Stay tuned!
my question is,
what is your contribution towards digital substation and impact of it in future ?
Thanks for doing this and answering our questions.
Here is a question
1. What are some of your favorite engineering tips and tricks that really improve engineering efficiency that may not be as well known to most EBO users? We have things like Custom Types, but are there any features that you think should be used more by the user base?
Thank you all for your questions. Our experts give you answers, here you got the recording of this webinar:
And see you in our next session on December 12th - registration process coming soon.
Hi, just noticing all the comments below are for BMS. I do see this for a PMS session, but I just wanted to know if the conversation will be focused on commercial segment uses of PMS, or if we will get to speak to heavy industrial and utility applications as well?
And to clarify, are the PMS systems being discussed Power Monitoring Expert and Power Scada Operations, or for other offerings?
Hey @chris_mcn-solut , most of the questions above are related to BMS, referring to our last month session but I confirm to you that the session tomorrow is dedicated to PMS 😉
Regarding your questions, any question revolving around PMS is welcome even if the experts are focused on Power Monitoring Expert / Power Scada Operations. If you have questions on Power Advisor for example, no worries, you're at the right place.
Hoping to count you among us tomorrow
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