How to Identify a specific PCT (Project Configuration Tool) project.
EcoStruxure Building Operation
Project Configuration Tool
How to identify a specific PCT (Project Configuration Tool) project.
In PCT check the project name for the project to be the backup. For this example, the project named “Test 5 Project” is used.
Go to the project storage folder. (The following is the default locations for PCT v220.127.116.11): C:\ProgramData\Schneider Electric EcoStruxure\Building Operation\Project Configuration Tool\storagemodule\projects
Using a text editor (for example Notepad or Notepad++) open each folder then open the file “project.thrift.pctj”, Open each folder in turn until the correct project has been identified to backup.
The stored project folder name can be seen:
Further on in the text editor, the PCT project name can be seen, in this example 'Test 5 Project'.
Alternatively click the “edit” menu item and select find (ctrl + F) from the options and search the text for the PCT project name.
Making sure PCT is not running when copies of any of the projects are taken
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Sigma and Windows Server 2012
Windows Server 2012
Is Sigma 4.08 supported on windows Server 2012
No version of Sigma is supported on a Windows Server 2012 platform except: Sigma 4.08 can only be installed on Windows Server 2012 when the software is used as a transition into EcoStruxure Building Operation ( EBO ) and used with the correct version of transition component.
For full details of Sigma 4.08 versions, build numbers and operating systems supported, see What operating systems is Sigma 4.08 supported to run on?.
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Hazard of Electric Shock: Remove all power from all devices before removing any covers or doors of the system. Disconnect power at the device and at the power source.
Electrostatic Discharge Required: Always discharge static electricity from your person by touching metal prior to handling any hardware. Failure to do so may result in damage to devices.
Using the ribbon cable provided with the Satchwell MicroNet Touchscreens & Satchwell MicroNet LCDs to supply power from a MicroNet 50 series controllers that are powered with 24VDC.
Satchwell MicroNet Touchscreens
Satchwell MicroNet LCDs
Satchwell MicroNet 50 series controllers
The Satchwell MicroNet 50 series controllers were built on new hardware.
MN350-ARC, MN350-NCP, MN350-LON MN450-ARC, MN450-NCP, MN450-LON MN550-ARC, MN550-NCP, MN550-XCOM, MN550-LON MN650-ARC, MN650-NCP, MN650-XCOM, MN650-LON
This new 50 series hardware design added support to the controller to be powered by 24 VAC or 24 VDC
The Satchwell MicroNet Touchscreens & Satchwell MicroNet LCDs displays used an adaption of the 100 series hardware, which does not support being powered by 24VDC.
When using a Satchwell MicroNet Touchscreens or Satchwell MicroNet LCDs on Satchwell MicroNet 50 series controllers that are being supplied with 24VDC, the ribbon cable cannot be used to supply the Satchwell MicroNet Touchscreens or Satchwell MicroNet LCDs with power. A separate 24VAC transformer should be used to power the Satchwell MicroNet Touchscreen or Satchwell MicroNet LCD.
The MicroNet 50 series controller MLi's and Data sheets are available to download by searching for article “MicroNet 50 series controller MLi's and Data sheets”
The MicroNet 100 series controller MLi's and Data sheets are available to download by searching for article “MicroNet 100 series controller MLi's and Data sheets”
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