DOCA0248EN-10

Firmware Version 001.007.000

New Features

  • Enhancement of number of supported Modbus/TCP devices from 64 to 128

  • New Home page provides overview of energy consumption, aggregated by usage, at a glance.

  • Trending

    • Improvement in Device view page:

      • Basic trending view (no comparison) available with several devices and several integrated data types (for example, active energy) selected.

      • Comparison mode available with several devices and one or more continuous data types selected.

      • Trending graphs refreshed on a selectable time interval (H/D/M).

      NOTE: It is not possible to compare different periods.

    • New Aggregated view page provides a barchart of aggregated data by commodity (for example, electricity) and usage over a specified period of time.

  • Data publication: Enable both data publication to SFTP server, and email notifications for alarms.

  • Data log export: Export logged data of one single device as .csv file.

  • Improved support of wireless indication auxiliary (LV429453, LV429454) through Panel Server webpages:

    • Contextualization

    • Accurate monitoring

  • Addition of support for wired device Breaker I/O, connected downstream to I/O Smart Link device.

  • Automatic discovery in the parent gateway of the wireless indication auxiliary devices connected to the child gateway.

    NOTE: To benefit from this feature, on the parent Panel Server , delete the current child configuration before updating to firmware version 001.007.000 or greater. Then select Discover to automatically discover the wireless indication auxiliary devices connected to the child gateway. Check that the child Panel Server gateway is also updated to firmware version 001.007.000 or greater.

  • Custom device model: version of imported custom model displayed in custom models table.

  • Webpages improved:

    • Direct access via icon to Trending view from device page

    • Responsive display of General pages

    • Addition of warning messages and tool-tips

General Features

The following table presents the availability of general features on Panel Server Advanced in firmware version 001.007.000.

Available

Not available

General features

Availability

Functionality

Separated network topology

Switched network topology

Connection to Edge Control (EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert , EcoStruxure Power Operation ,EcoStruxure Building Operation , any Building Management System, or third-party monitoring or supervision system)

Ability to disable concurrently and permanently the wireless networks (Wi-Fi and IEEE 802.15.4) by using Panel Server webpages

Wi-Fi

2.4 GHz

5 GHz

External Wi-Fi antenna (reference: PASA-ANT1)

IEEE 802.15.4 communication

Wireless device

Maximum concurrent number of devices

PowerTag Energy sensors

40

PowerLogic Tag energy sensors

40

Acti9 Active devices

40

Wireless indication auxiliaries

40

ComPacT circuit breakers

40

PowerPacT circuit breakers

40

Wireless CO2 sensors

40

Wireless temperature and humidity sensors

40

PowerTag A devices

40

PowerTag Ambient sensors

40

Easergy TH110/CL110 environmental sensors

85

PowerLogic HeatTag sensors

15

PowerTag Control devices

10

PowerLogic PD100 devices

15

Constraints within a mixed configuration:

  • Any combination of wireless devices listed in the table above must not exceed 40 devices.

  • The total number of PowerTag Control, PowerLogic HeatTag , and PowerLogic PD100 should not exceed 20 devices.

Modbus TCP/IP communication

128 Modbus TCP/IP devices maximum including devices physically connected to the Panel Server and virtual devices (that is, IEEE 802.15.4 devices connected to a child Panel Server gateway)

Human Machine Interface (HMI)

FDM128 Ethernet display

PowerTag Link display

Configuration

User management by single user account

User management by multiple users with Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

Alarms

  • In general, publication of alarms supported by the end devices.

  • Publication of alarms related to the following:

    • Communication issue between a device and Panel Server when available from the end devices

    • Alarm associated to ERMS on circuit breaker

    • The three levels of alarms from HeatTag sensors

    • Alarms associated to Breaker I/O device connected downstream to an I/O Smart Link gateway

    • Communication loss alarm for wireless device connected downstream to a child gateway.

Protocols

Modbus TCP/IP server

Modbus TCP/IP client

DHCP client

DHCP server

DPWS server

HTTPS

SFTP client

Data export

Panel Server webpages for publication on SFTP server

Publication on Schneider Electric cloud by using Panel Server webpages

CSV export on PC by using Panel Server webpages

Commissioning and Monitoring Features

The following table presents the availability of commissioning and monitoring features on Panel Server Advanced in firmware version 001.007.000.

Available

Not available

Commissioning and monitoring features

Availability

Modbus serial communication

Commissioning of feature to use the Modbus serial port in reverse mode by using Panel Server webpages

Digital inputs (PAS800L)

Commissioning by using EcoStruxure Power Commission software

Commissioning by using Panel Server webpages

Monitoring by using EcoStruxure Power Commission software

Monitoring by using Panel Server webpages

Status assignment from a list of predefined values for each generic input/output in the IO status setting by using EcoStruxure Power Commission software or Panel Server webpages

Firmware update

Applied to one Panel Server gateway by using EcoStruxure Power Commission software

Applied to one Panel Server gateway by using Panel Server webpages

Applied to several Panel Server gateways by using EcoStruxure Power Commission software

Applied to several Panel Server gateways by using Panel Server webpages

Backup restore

Backup restore on a Panel Server of the same model by using EcoStruxure Power Commission software

Backup restore on a Panel Server of the same model by using Panel Server webpages

Configuration

Configuration by using EcoStruxure Power Commission software

Ethernet configuration for upstream communication by using Panel Server webpages

Modbus configuration of Modbus TCP/IP and Modbus serial devices by using Panel Server webpages

Selective pairing of wireless devices by using EcoStruxure Power Commission software

Selective pairing of wireless devices by using Panel Server webpages

Disable concurrently and permanently the wireless networks (Wi-Fi and IEEE 802.15.4) in the Panel Server by using Panel Server webpages

Monitoring

Display of data of I/O Smart Link devices by using Panel Server webpages

Display of data of Panel Server digital inputs by using Panel Server webpages

Display of data of the supported devices (see commercial references in Supported Devices) by using Panel Server webpages

Diagnostic by using Panel Server webpages

Email notification

Email notification of selected alarms by using EcoStruxure Power Commission software

Email notification of selected alarms by using Panel Server webpages

Data logging

Access to 3-year data logger with predefined data sampling that can be configured by using Panel Server webpages

Access to 3-year data logger with predefined data sampling with EcoStruxure Power Commission software

Performance and Limitations

  • Performance and limitations on Panel Server Advanced :

    • No manual addition of wireless devices connected to a child/downstream gateway by using EcoStruxure Power Commission software.

    • The typical response time to Modbus TCP/IP request for a wireless IEEE 802.15.4 device is 30 ms.

    • Automatic discovery of wireless devices under a child gateway is limited to 128 devices because wireless devices are seen as Modbus TCP/IP devices.

    • The maximum response time to Modbus TCP/IP request for a wireless IEEE 802.15.4 device is 1 s, set up Modbus/TCP client timeout accordingly.

    • Typical Panel Server latency between Modbus TCP/IP request forwarded to the Modbus serial network is 10 ms.

    • Wi-Fi function available through a connection to a Wi-Fi infrastructure only. Access point function not available.

    • A few device identification data of the aggregated devices connected downstream a Smartlink SI B or Smartlink SI D (such as I/O Smart Link or wireless devices) are displayed in the Panel Server webpage if those data are configured and commissioned from the Smartlink SI B or Smartlink SI D webpage.

    • Keep firmware up to date in order to allow the Schneider Electric Customer Care Center to remotely access the Panel Server webpages. Remote access certificate validity is as follows:

      • Panel Server Firmware versions 001.004.000, 001.005.000, 001.005.001: certificate expired.

      • Panel Server Firmware version 001.006.000: certificate valid until 28 January 2024.

      For more information about Firmware Update, refer to DOCA0172EN EcoStruxure Panel Server  - User Guide .

  • Limitations on logging and alarming:

    • The number of individual data points that can be sampled is limited to 2,000 and limited to a flow of 500 data points per minute.

    • The number of individual alarms that can be configured for monitoring and sending an email notification is limited to 100.

  • Limitations on I/O Smart Link :

    • I/O contextualization (IO status setting in EcoStruxure Power Commission software or Panel Server webpages) is not available.

    • Circuit breaker status is not published in case of selection of Wired Devices family.

    • Signal Element as predefined Standard I/O is not available.

    • No predefined configuration is available for Schneider Electric pulse counters.

    • Neither operating time, nor operation counter, nor trip counter for Wired devices and Standard I/O.

  • Limitations on wireless devices:

    • Within a parent-child Panel Server gateway configuration, the modification of a contextualized setting of a device to the child Panel Server (for example, auxiliary position modified from SD to SDE) is not automatically reflected in the parent gateway. A manual update in the parent Panel Server is required to display modifications.

    • Wireless indication auxiliary: the Panel Server does not manage alarm notification by email or to Schneider Electric cloud applications.

    • PowerTag Control:

      • Feedback loop in contactor mode is not supported.

      • Configuration in impulse relay mode is not supported.

      • If a PowerTag Control device is connected to a child gateway:

        • No automatic discovery.

        • No data is published to the parent gateway. To be able to publish at the parent gateway level, a custom model has to be developed for the parent gateway.

        • No control function is available through the Panel Server webpages.

      • Pairing process to be followed:

        1. Pair the PowerTag Control devices if any in the configuration (all the other wireless devices must be unpowered).

        2. Pair the PowerLogic HeatTag sensors if any in the configuration.

        3. Pair PowerLogic PD100 if any in the configuration.

        4. Pair the other wireless devices.

    • PowerTag Display: not supported by Panel Server Advanced .

  • Limitations on Modbus circuit breakers

    • Panel Server does not support MicroLogic 2.0 E.

      MicroLogic 7.0 E is partially supported.

      MicroLogic 5.0 E and 6.0 E are supported.

    • Panel Server does not support multiple Modbus/TCP connections to MicroLogic command interface when the MicroLogic is connected under an IFM interface.

  • Limitations on topology publication to the Schneider Electric cloud: all the devices must be connected at least once to the Panel Server to enable the correct topology to be published to the Schneider Electric cloud.

    NOTE: If the Panel Server is rebooted before sending the topology, all devices should be connected while rebooting to enable the correct topology publication. In the case of a parent/child configuration, devices should have connected status on the parent device.

  • Limitations on custom model for wireless devices connected under a child gateway: if a custom model uses the same name as a predefined model and devices are already associated with the predefined model, follow this procedure to load the custom model:

    1. Decommission any device already associated with the predefined model.

    2. Load the custom model in the Panel Server .

    3. Reboot the Panel Server .

    4. Associate the devices with the newly loaded custom model.

    5. Publish the topology in case of use of the Panel Server with a Schneider Electric cloud application such EcoStruxure Asset Advisor or EcoStruxure Resource Advisor .

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