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EcoStruxure Panel Server Webpage Menus

Overview

The following diagrams give an overview of the structure of webpages.

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View 1: Main menu structure

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  • Menus shown in white are available on all models.
  • Menus shown in blue are available on Universal and Advanced models.
  • Menus shown in green are available on Advanced models.
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View 2: Settings menu

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  • Menus shown in white are available on all models.
  • Menus shown in blue are available on Universal and Advanced models.
  • Menus shown in green are available on Advanced models.
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View 3: Maintenance menu

  • @D1:The text here will be replaced with icons for colours in D2
  • Menus shown in white are available on all models.
  • Menus shown in blue are available on Universal and Advanced models.
  • Menus shown in green are available on Advanced models.

Home Menu (Advanced Model)

The webpage for the Home menu displays the consumption of energy of the system managed by the Panel Server .

By default, the consumption of electricity is displayed for a period of one day (yesterday, day before yesterday), and organized by usage. Other commodities and periods can be selected.

The top five types of usage (plus any other type of usage that is also consuming the selected commodity ) are displayed, arranged from highest to lowest consumption.

A pie-chart shows the distribution of the top five consumers. The webpage displays for each usage:

  • The consumption of period 1

  • The change in consumption over period 1, compared to period 2 (as a percentage)

  • The trend: increasing, decreasing (indicated by an arrow icon),or flat (no icon)

In the Home page the user can select a different commodity (for example, gas) and a different period (one day, one week, or 4 weeks). For more information about filtering, see Data Trending.

When the user is logged in the Panel Server webpages, the Home page automatically displays if historized data is available.

For more information about the trending data, click the Trending icon on the right-hand side of the Home webpage to go to Trending > Aggregated view .

Notifications Menu (Advanced Model)

The webpage for the Notifications menu displays a list of alarms for a selected period.

For more information, refer to Notifications.

Monitoring and Control Menu

Overview

DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Do not rely only on the measurements or equipment status provided on the Panel Server webpages before working on or inside the equipment.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.

The webpage for the Monitoring and Control menu displays devices installed in the system and associated with the EcoStruxure Panel Server .

General information is displayed for each device (for example, name and type of the device communicating with the EcoStruxure Panel Server ). The Additional data button can be used to display more information, depending on the device type (for example, energy, environment, or voltage).

In a large electrical distribution system, filtering enables you to display one device by using one or several of the following filters:

  • Device type

  • Device usage

  • Zone in which the device is installed.

For a selected device, the webpage displays the following:

  • Information about the device:

    • Device model

    • Device firmware version

    • Device serial number

    • Device connection status

  • Real-time data of the device:

    • The displayed data depends on the device type.

    • An alarm is displayed when the following conditions are met:

      • the alarm is enabled,

      • the alarm is active when you access the webpages,

      • the alarm is not acknowledged.

    • Data can be displayed per family (see details).

  • Access to the device maintenance page by clicking the Maintenance icon .

  • Access to the device settings page by clicking the Settings icon .

  • Access to the data management page by clicking the Database icon .

  • Access to the trending data by clicking the Trending icon .

Device Real-time Data

In the Monitoring and Control menu, the Advanced data page of the selected device shows the exhaustive list of data related to this device. Data can be sorted by family, for example Energy.

The following table presents data available per measurement family. The availability of measurements depends on the type of connected device.

Data family

Data on Panel Server webpage

Active power

Active power total

Active power A

Active power B

Active power C

Power factor total

Apparent power

Apparent power total

Apparent power A

Apparent power B

Apparent power C

Circuit breaker

Breaker position

Trip indicator (SD position)

Trip cnt (Close to SD position) non resettable

Trip Electrical fault cnt (Close > SDE) non resettable

Current

Current

Current A

Current B

Current C

Current N

Current ground

Current THD

THD fund current A

THD fund current B

THD fund current C

THD fund current N

Digital input

Digital input 1 status

Digital input 1 name

Digital input 2 status

Digital input 2 name

Digital output status

Energy

Active energy delivered

Active energy received

Reactive energy delivered

Reactive energy received

Apparent energy

Apparent energy delivered

Environment

Temperature

Relative humidity

CO2 concentration

Air quality

Harmonic current

Load harmonics current A

Output harmonics current A

Load harmonics current B

Output harmonics current B

Load harmonics current C

Output harmonics current C

Output harmonics current N

Harmonic current alarm

IGBT temperature

Temperature board in device

Temperature IGBT A

Temperature IGBT B

Temperature IGBT C

Insulation

Insulation ground

Earth coupling capacity

Motor

Motor trip indicator

Motor running

Motor operating mode

Reactive power

Reactive power total

Reactive power A

Reactive power B

Reactive power C

Unbalance

Current unbalance A

Current unbalance B

Current unbalance C

Current unbalance N

Voltage unbalance A-B

Voltage unbalance B-C

Voltage unbalance C-A

Voltage unbalance A-N

Voltage unbalance B-N

Voltage unbalance C-N

Voltage

Voltage L-L

Voltage A-B

Voltage B-C

Voltage C-A

Voltage L-N

Voltage A-N

Voltage B-N

Voltage C-N

Winding temperature

Temperature transformer winding A

Temperature transformer winding B

Temperature transformer winding C

Trending Menu (Advanced Model)

When integrated data, such as energy, is selected in the Trending page, you can view the accumulated value per hour, day, or month. The accumulated values are calculated by subtracting the value at the beginning of the subsequent interval from the value at the beginning of the current time interval.

For example, if you are visualizing Active Energy per hour in the Trending page, and the Active Energy at 01:00 is 200 Wh and at 02:00 is 300 Wh, then the accumulated data displayed for Active Energy at 01:00 is 100 Wh. If one of the two data points required in the calculation is missing, then the accumulated data cannot be calculated and is not displayed.

For information about trending graphs, see Data Trending.

Settings Menu

NOTICE
IMPAIRED NETWORK PERFORMANCE
Only qualified personnel should modify the Ethernet and/or Modbus-SL settings. Perform such modifications only after you have read about and understood the Ethernet and/or Modbus-SL settings.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.

The webpage for the Settings menu displays the sub-menus for configuration and communication settings. The menus and sub-menus on the webpages depend on the Panel Server model.

Settings menu

Navigation menu webpage

Description

General

Identification

Information about the EcoStruxure Panel Server identification:

  • Device name

  • Device range

  • Device model

  • Commercial reference

  • Serial number

  • Hardware revision

  • Firmware revision

Date & Time

Used to set the date and time manually or via NTP (Network Time Protocol).

Network communication

Ethernet

Allows you to configure the EcoStruxure Panel Server Ethernet mode including ports and IP parameters (IPv4 and IPv6)

DNS

Allows you to configure the DNS server.

DPWS

Allows you to configure the IP network discovery.

Proxy

Allows you to configure the Internet proxy settings.

Wi-Fi

Allows you to configure the Wi-Fi settings.

Services

Allows you to deactivate services per interface (ETH1 port, ETH2 port, and Wi-Fi)

Modbus devices

Modbus configuration

Allows you to define the Modbus-SL and Modbus TCP/IP network.

Custom models

Allows you to upload Modbus-SL and Modbus TCP/IP devices that are not natively managed by the Panel Server built-in models.

Modbus addition

Allows you to discover the Modbus-SL and Modbus TCP/IP devices by using a selective list.

Modbus registers read

Allows you to troubleshoot the addition of Modbus devices

Modbus devices

Detailed information about each device in the Modbus network. Information (for example, device identification, custom model name and version, electrical characteristics) and contextualization data (entered by the user) depend on the device type.

Wireless devices

Wireless (802.15.4) configuration

Allows you to define the IEEE 802.15.4 network when activated.

Wireless (802.15.4) discovery

Allows you to discover the wireless devices in the IEEE 802.15.4 network by using a selective list or non-selective discovery.

Wireless devices

Detailed information about each wireless device in the IEEE 802.15.4 network. Information (for example, device identification, electrical characteristics, Modbus virtual server ID) and contextualization data (entered by the user) depend on the device type.

Embedded Input Management

I/O configuration

Allows you to configure the Panel Server digital inputs.

Input/Output

Allows you to configure inputs/outputs of I/O devices associated with Panel Server .

Data Management

Data sampling

Allows you to define data sampling of the connected devices.

Local export

Allows you to export the data sampled locally in a .csv file. (Available in Advanced model only.)

Modbus devices

Detailed information about sampling for each device in the Modbus network.

Measurements and alarms depend on the device type.

Wireless devices

Detailed information about sampling for each wireless device in the IEEE 802.15.4 network.

Measurements and alarms depend on the device type.

Input/Output

Detailed information about sampling for devices connected to the embedded inputs of the Panel Server .

Measurements and alarms depend on the device type.

Data Publication

Data Publication

Allows you to set the means used to publish data and to enable the email of alarms service

Security

Network management

Allows you to configure the security feature to permanently disable the wireless networks.

Maintenance Menu

Webpage for the Maintenance menu displays the sub-menus for maintenance and diagnostic functions, based on diagnostic counters.

Maintenance main menu

Navigation menu webpage

Description

Devices communication

Communication data about the Modbus and wireless devices in the network.

Allows you to check the communication status of the EcoStruxure Panel Server with downstream devices (Modbus-SL and wireless devices).

Modbus devices

Displays information and status about the selected device.

Allows you to delete a previously paired or associated downstream device.

Wireless devices

Firmware update

Allows you to perform a local firmware update of the EcoStruxure Panel Server .

Restart

Allows you to restart the EcoStruxure Panel Server .

NOTE: The EcoStruxure Panel Server webpages are disconnected and cannot be accessed while the EcoStruxure Panel Server is rebooting.

System monitoring

Displays EcoStruxure Panel Server health status indicators.

Logs

Allows you to:

  • Change the log level and download the logs in a .zip file.

  • Launch an auto-diagnostic and export a detailed report of the EcoStruxure Panel Server configuration and a status report per internal application in a .zip file.

Remote access

  • The Remote access section allows you to provide the Schneider Electric Customer Care Center with a temporary remote access to the EcoStruxure Panel Server webpages:

    • When you have contacted the Schneider Electric Customer Care Center, you can give access to Schneider Electric local support to the EcoStruxure Panel Server .

    • A password is displayed that you communicate to the Schneider Electric local support.

    • The support connects to the EcoStruxure Panel Server .

    • As soon as you click the disconnection button on the webpages or after 3 hours maximum, the password is no longer active and remote access is terminated.

  • The Remote operation section allows you to authorize a remote connection with the Schneider Electric Customer Care Center through the Schneider Electric cloud. The Customer Care Center is able to connect remotely to the Panel Server without any action from the user’s side and as long as the Cloud service is connected:

    • Enable the toggle button to proceed.

    For information about the cloud infrastructure, see Schneider Electric cloud services.

Backup & restore

Allows you to save the Panel Server current configuration and restore it.

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