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CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER
USER GUIDE
IMPORTANT NOTE: Email your Host Id to Honeywell WEBs Customer Care (websliense@honeywell.com), so we
can move the license to your organization. For additional queries contact to the distributor.
March 29, 2019
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31-00198—01

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  • Page 1 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER USER GUIDE IMPORTANT NOTE: Email your Host Id to Honeywell WEBs Customer Care (websliense@honeywell.com), so we can move the license to your organization. For additional queries contact to the distributor. March 29, 2019 31-00198—01...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE TABLE OF CONTENTS Order numbers (SKU) ........................................4 HMI configuration principles ..................................4 HMI service ..........................................5 HMI pin ............................................7 HMI user rights ........................................8 HMI PIN lock-out ........................................9 Enabling the alarming on the HMI ................................10 Enabling the alarm LED on the HMI ...............................
  • Page 3 WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE USB Driver Installation for Windows 7 ..............................35 USB Driver Installation for Windows 8 ..............................40 USB Driver Installation for Windows 10 ..............................44 31-00198—01...
  • Page 4: Order Numbers (Sku)

    WEB-EAGLENX26D • WEB-EAGLENX26ND IMPORTANT: To make efficient use of HMI functionality, it is required to do a few set-up steps in Honeywell WEBStation N4.4.93.40.8 or higher. Refer section “HMI configuration principles” given below. • WEB-EAGLENX26D The XL2000HMI can be connected and operated with the below listed OS (SKU) numbers.
  • Page 5: Hmi Service

    WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE HMI service onboard detached will only work when Service, called “HonEagleHawkHmiService” has been placed into “Services” of your station. Important: Always place the “HonEagleHawkHmiService” into the “Services” folder. Do NOT place it under any service within “Services”. Step 1: Select the “honEagleHawkHMI”...
  • Page 6 WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE Step 2: Enable the “HonEagleHawkHmiService”. Step 3: Changing, deleting or translating the messages on the HMI. Changing or deleting can be done in the property sheet of the HMI Service – see below: 31-00198—01...
  • Page 7: Hmi Pin

    WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE For translating the “Warning” and “Welcome” message of the HMI, you can also use the WEBs N4 Lexicon tool, see section “Local language HMI menus – translation” in this bulletin HMI pin PIN, PIN-configuration and log-off definition is fully integrated in the Niagara “User Service”. This makes it secure and allows to re-use the user definitions already in place for the station.
  • Page 8: Hmi User Rights

    WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE HMI user rights In the Admin column (marked red) for the user permissions of the RoleService, it is mandatory to enable “Read” rights to the categories you want access via HMI, otherwise the user will have no access. You may also provide the “Write”...
  • Page 9: Hmi Pin Lock-Out

    WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE HMI PIN lock-out For Cyber Security reasons, users will be locked-out after multiple entries of a wrong PIN: • After three wrong PIN entries in a row, user login is blocked for 1 min. For each wrong PIN after this, the user must wait for 1 min.
  • Page 10: Enabling The Alarming On The Hmi

    WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE Enabling the alarming on the HMI From the “honEagleHawkHMI” palette, drag the “HmiAlarmConsoleRecipient” into the “Alarm Service” and connect it to the “Default Alarm Class”. Enabling the alarm LED on the HMI From the “clOnboardIO” palette, drag the “EagleHawkLedRecipient” into the “Alarm Service” and connect it to the “Default Alarm Class”: 31-00198—01...
  • Page 11: Adjusting Alarm Poll-Rate For The Hmi

    WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE Adjusting alarm poll-rate for the HMI The update rate for alarms and data-points on the HMI has a default setting. This can be adjusted with the CPU performance, to balance the information demand. IMPORTANT: I) The faster the alarm and data-point poll rate, the more impact it will have on the performance of the station.
  • Page 12: Local Language Hmi Menus - Translation

    WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE Double-click the Alarm List in “HonEagleHawkHmiService” and change the poll-rate as appropriate. Local language HMI menus - translation The HMI menus can be localized by making use of the standard Lexicon tool of WEBs N4: Open Lexicon tool of WEBs N4 and your local language lexicon file Open the “honEagleHawkHMI module Do the translations and save this lexicon file...
  • Page 13: Login User Into The Hmi And Control The Translation

    WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE Login user into the HMI and control the translation Filling the Fast Access Lists To fill the Fast Access Lists (FAL) with points, parameters and schedules, you have two options: Option 1: Drag and drop points from the Navigation tree on the left into the Fast Access List on the property sheet on the right.
  • Page 14 WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE In the attached tag, add the name of the Fast Access List(s) you want to have this data point represented in. Separate multiple Fast Access Lists by using a semicolon “;”. 31-00198—01...
  • Page 15: Setting The Time Format On The Home Screen

    WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE Setting the time format on the home screen Step 1: Make sure that the Lexicon of the desired local language is installed. If not, use the Lexicon Installer to install it. Step 2: Set the language in the Station/PlatformService “locale”...
  • Page 16: Onboard Inputs And Outputs

    (Binary Output) 1200 ft 250VAC, 30VDC Relay Normally Open contact with 1200 ft one common For all technical details on Onboard Inputs/Outputs, please refer to the CIPer 50 Product Datasheet (31-00197-01) and CIPer 50 Installation & Commissioning Instructions (31-00233EFS). 31-00198—01...
  • Page 17: Dual Ethernet

    WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE Dual Ethernet The CIPer Model 50 is equipped with a Dual Ethernet interface. All information about the Dual Ethernet can be found in the CIPer 50 Installation & Commissioning Instructions (31-00233EFS). Separated networks...
  • Page 18: Network Switching Mode

    Typical application scenarios are a closed BMS networks, like for daisy-chaining plant controllers or daisy-chaining room controllers on Ethernet. NOTE: The switching functionality will not work during power-fail of the CIPer 50 controller. Important: Set a gateway address For the Ethernet switching functionality to work, it is mandatory that you enter a Gateway address.
  • Page 19: Combined Network Switching & Separated Networks

    WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE Combined network switching & separated networks Optionally separating networks and switching functionality can be combined. This allows to have one (or more) controllers connected to the customer intranet, and all other controllers residing in a closed BMS network. A typical application is the supervisory controller(s) accessible from the customer intranet, and the room controllers residing in a closed network, and thus being not directly accessible from the customer intranet.
  • Page 20 WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE ATTENTION: Due to the risk of short-circuiting (see figure above), it is strongly recommended that the CIPer Model 50 controller be supplied with power from a dedicated transformer. However, if the Model 50 controller is to be supplied by the same transformer powering other controllers or devices (e.g., the PW M-Bus Adapter), care must be taken to ensure that correct polarity is observed.
  • Page 21: Secure Boot - Increased Cyber Security

    This is achieved by a firmware signature. To achieve the best possible cyber security, please note the following: 1) Read and apply the Honeywell General Best Practices (31-00129), which you will find on the WEBs Building Forum 2) It is not possible to downgrade the released WEBs N4 firmware to a previous and older firmware version due to Cyber Security reasons.
  • Page 22: Part Numbers And Supporting Material

    WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE Part numbers and supporting material Part Number Built-in IO Built-in Description (SKU) points WEB- 100 Global Points (Panel-bus, on-board I/O) EAGLENX26ND +10 Analytics Points + WEBS N4 Software WEB- Maintenance Agreement EAGLENX26D EAGLEH255PUP 255 Additional Panel-bus Expansion I/O Points PIN-DEV-UP-1 +1 Device and +50 Global points (LON, Modbus, Panelbus, etc.)
  • Page 23: Performance

    Supervisors, Station Save intervals, Recovery Service intervals, etc. In addition to the general Tridium guidance of a maximum of 80% CPU load, Honeywell has undertaken two exemplary performance tests. The maximum recommended CPU usage is outlined in the two tables below.
  • Page 24: Panel-Bus Communication Tuning

    WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE Panel-Bus Communication tuning The default polling time for all Panel-Bus points is set to “Normal = 10s”. This means that the data from the field are updated every 10s. Write commands are sent without time delay. The polling frequency can be changed, and we do recommend that it must be updated more frequently.
  • Page 25: Panel-Bus Cable Type And Length

    2400 ft for twisted-pair or telephone cable and daisy chain topology. The Controller must be positioned at one end of the Panel-Bus, and an end termination (120 Ω) at the other end. Furthermore, the three-position slide switch must be set to "END." Use Honeywell cable 3322 or 3251.
  • Page 26: Compatibility

    WEBs compatibility N4.4U2 is mandatory for CIPer Model 50, also the related jar-files and modules in order to run the CIPer 50 with HMI. Downloaded the workbench version N4.4.93.40.8 from the WEBs Building Forum. For compatibility of WEBs N4, please refer to the WEBs N4.4.93.40.8 Release Bulletin.
  • Page 27: Ciper Model 50 Specific Modules

    4.4.92.2.1.11 honEagleHawkHMI-wb.jar honEagleHawkHMI-ux.jar honTagDictionary-rt.jar clIOCreation-rt.jar 4.4.73.24.1.6 1) Shut-down Model 50 clIOCreation-wb.jar 2) Copy the *.jar files into the folder clOnboardIO-rt.jar 4.4.92.2.10 “c:\Honeywell\WEBStation-N4- clOnboardIO-wb.jar Honeywell 4.4.93.40.30\modules\” on your PC Buildings clPanelBus-rt.jar 4.4.92.2.1.14 where the Niagara N4 installation Forum clPanelBus-wb.jar resides platPanelbus-rt.jar 3) Restart Niagara N4 and the platform 4.4.73.24.1.8...
  • Page 28 WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE WEBs N4 Driver compatibility Supported Drivers Protocol Default Port Hardware Interface(s) NOTE: Cyber Security reasons, all ports ranging 1024 or lower cannot be used for services on the device. Platform Daemon 3011 Ethernet RJ45, IP via USB-B Platform Daemon SSL 5011 Ethernet RJ45, IP via USB-B...
  • Page 29: Web-Browser Compatibility

    WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE Web-Browser compatibility Supported browsers are Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, MS Internet Explorer 11 and MS Edge. For best result, we recommend the current version of Google Chrome. Input/Output module compatibility All Panel-Bus module versions (XF8xxx…) are supported by CIPer Model 50. •...
  • Page 30: Ciper Model 50 Firmware

    Runtime for the CIPer Model 50 installed Firmware updates may be available on the Honeywell Buildings Forum and the firmware upgrade procedure will be available with the firmware updates. If there are any queries on firmware / Firmware updates, please reach out to Honeywell WEBs technical support (WEBsSquad@honeywell.com).
  • Page 31: How To Restore The Ciper Model 50 - Installation Of The "Clean Dist" File

    WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE How to Restore the CIPer Model 50 – Installation of the “Clean Dist” file To restore the CIPer Model 50 to the factory status, proceed as follows: Know the logon credentials for the CIPer Model 50 platform. Connect/logon to the CIPer Model 50 platform.
  • Page 32 WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE 4. Select the file “clean-dist-honeywell-nxubc.dist” and press the “Install”-button. Let the installation complete. After the installation has been completed: 31-00198—01...
  • Page 33: Reset Ciper Model 50 Controller Credentials

    Station and station data are erased. • Firmware is retained. Upon “installation complete”, press the “Close” button. Reset CIPer Model 50 controller credentials For “Resetting platform credentials in the CIPer Model 50 controller”, refer to Honeywell Technical Bulletin T019-004. 31-00198—01...
  • Page 34: Technical Documentation

    WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE Technical Documentation Product Document type Document name CIPer Model 50 Honeywell General Best Practices 31-00129 CIPer Model 50 Product data sheet 31-00197-01 CIPer Model 50 Mounting Instructions 31-00234EFS CIPer Model 50 Installation and commissioning instructions...
  • Page 35: Appendix

    WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE Appendix USB Driver Installation for Windows 7 1. Insert the A Male connector of the USB cable into an USB interface jack of the PC and insert the B Male connector into the controller´s USB device interface jack. RESULT: The Found New Hardware Wizard is enabled in the Windows Task Line.
  • Page 36 WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE 4. Select No, let me choose what to do, and then select Install driver software from Windows Update if it is not found on my computer. 5. Click Save Changes button. RESULT: Software tries to install the RNDIS/Ethernet Gadget driver. If the driver is successfully installed, it can be seen in the following locations within Windows (see figures below): In Control Panel\Hardware and Sound \ Devices and Printers...
  • Page 37 WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE In Control Panel \ Network and Internet \ Network Connections 31-00198—01...
  • Page 38 WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE In Control Panel \ Device Manager \ Network Adapters 6. If the driver has still not been successfully installed, do the following: 7. Right-click on the driver in the Network adapters folder in the Device Manager, and then click Update Driver Software.
  • Page 39 WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE 17. Check the successful installation of the driver as described in step 5. 18. If this still does not work, use the driver shipped with Windows. 19. Right-click on the driver in the Network adapters folder in the Device Manager, and then click Update Driver Software.
  • Page 40: Usb Driver Installation For Windows 8

    WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE USB Driver Installation for Windows 8 Insert the A Male connector of the USB cable into an USB interface jack of the PC and insert the B Male connector into the controller´s USB device interface jack. In Windows, start the device manager.
  • Page 41 WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE Click Browse my computer for driver Software… Click Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer. 31-00198—01...
  • Page 42 WEBs CIPer MODEL 50 – USER GUIDE Select Network adapters. Select Microsoft. 31-00198—01...
  • Page 43 WEBs CIPer Model 50 – USER GUIDE Select USB-RNDIS-Adapter, and then click Next button. RESULT: The Update Driver Warning message box displays. Confirm the warning by clicking Yes button. RESULT: The driver will be installed successfully as indicated by the final message box. 10.
  • Page 44: Usb Driver Installation For Windows 10

    The material in this document is for information purposes only. The content and the product described are subject to change without notice. Honeywell makes no representations or warranties with respect to this document. In no event shall Honeywell be liable for technical or editorial omissions or mistakes in this document, nor shall it be liable for any damages, direct or incidental, arising out of or related to the use of this document.