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Spyder Model 5
ENGINEERING TOOL
USER GUIDE
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  • Page 1 Spyder Model 5 ENGINEERING TOOL USER GUIDE IMPORTANT NOTE: Email your Host Id to Honeywell WEBs Customer Care (WEBsLicense@honeywell.com), so we can move the license to your organization. For additional queries contact to the distributor. ® U.S. Registered Trademark Copyright © 2019 Honeywell Inc. ▪ All Rights Reserved...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL - USER GUIDE TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS ................................2 ABOUT THIS USER GUIDE ............................... 4 PPLICABLE ECHNICAL ITERATURE ............................4 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ............................... 4 ESTRICTIONS AND ECOMMENDATIONS ..........................4 ECURITY RACTICES ................................ 4 Security Check List ................................
  • Page 3 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Taking Snapshot ................................88 Restoring Snapshot ................................89 Swapping IRM Program ..............................90 ASTER ..................................93 Cloning Application ................................94 Applying Master Sync ............................... 95 Excluding Function Block Items from Master Sync ....................97 PLITTING PPLICATION ..............................
  • Page 4: About This User Guide

    Honeywell hereby expressly states that its controllers are not inherently protected against cyber-attacks from the Internet and that they are therefore intended solely for use in private networks. However, even private networks can still be subject to malicious cyber-attacks by skilled and equipped IT individuals and thus require protection.
  • Page 5: Security Check List

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE The following check list describe the General Security Best Practices for Honeywell BACnet MS/TP-based products. They are listed in order of increasing mitigation. The exact requirements of each site should be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
  • Page 6: Introduction

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE INTRODUCTION The Spyder Model 5 Engineering Tool provides the following functions: • Setting up the IRM and CIPer Model 50 controllers for usage in a BACnet MSTP system architecture • Creating BACnet devices offline and online •...
  • Page 7 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Teaching Modes Any modifications in either the project or the controller can be synchronized in one of the following modes: • on-demand will be performed explicitly as desired by the user • immediate occurs instantly when the change is done Clearing Controller / Project The application in the project and in the controller, can be cleared independently.
  • Page 8 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE IRM Operations Monitor / Jobs Sidebar The IRM Operations Monitor shows all actions in a popup window and all actions are summarized in a list in the Jobs window. IRM Palette The following palette is available for creating the application: •...
  • Page 9: System Architecture

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE System Architecture The following schematic shows an example for a BACnet MSTP based system containing a CIPer Model 50 controller as a router and 3 IRM (Spyder Model 5) controllers for room control. The system is engineered using the Spyder Model 5 Engineering Tool based on the WEBStation N4.4 or higher.
  • Page 10: Prerequisites

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE PREREQUISITES It is assumed that you are familiar with basic Niagara techniques and functions, such as creating platforms, stations, and networks etc. Make sure that the Spyder Model 5 and CIPer Model 50 controllers are properly connected (see Spyder Model 5 Installation Guide, 31-00281ES and CIPer Model 50 Installation &...
  • Page 11 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE On the platform and connect to the station. On the Palette pane, click Open Palette icon. In the Open Palette dialog box, enter ´honIrmAppl.jar`. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 12 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE If not already selected in the list, select ´honIrmAppl.jar`, and then click OK. In the Palette pane, expand the honIrmAppl folder. Right-click IRM Program and click Copy in the context menu. In the Nav tree, expand the IRM device and delete the existing IRM Program. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 13 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 10. Right-click the IRM device and click Paste in the context menu. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 14: Setting Up Ciper Model 50 Controller

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE SETTING UP CIPer Model 50 CONTROLLER In order to access the IRM controllers via Spyder Model 5 Engineering Tool or supervisor, a BACNET IP - MSTP router must be implemented. For this purpose, it is recommended to use the CIPer Model 50 NX controller which it can host and run a station for IRM engineering in parallel.
  • Page 15 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Fig. 2. Basic Engineering for Typical CIPer Model 50 and Spyder Model 5 Application Scenario 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 16: Creating Ciper Model 50 Station

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Creating CIPer Model 50 Station For detailed information on standard Niagara techniques and functions, please refer to the Niagara online documentation and/or the CIPer Model 50 Controller User Guide: 31-00198-01. Procedure 1. Open the platform on the PC. 2.
  • Page 17: Configuring Ciper Model 50 Controller As Bacnet Ip - Mstp Router

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Configuring CIPer Model 50 Controller as BACNET IP - MSTP Router In order to access the Spyder model 5 controllers via Spyder Model 5 Engineering Tool or supervisor, a BACnet IP – MSTP router must be implemented.
  • Page 18 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 3. Open the BACnet palette and expand NetworkPorts. 4. Expand BACnet Comm and Network on the Property Sheet 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 19 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 5. From the BACnet palette, add the MstpPort to Network. 6. Expand MstpPort and Link. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 20 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 7. Set/enter the following: • Network Number = any, e.g. 56 (must be less or equal than 65535) • Port Name = RS485_1 • Baud Rate = Baud_38400 (see also “Baud rate note” below) •...
  • Page 21 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 8. Click Save. NOTE: If any of the configuration settings are changed during operation, you must restart the CIPer Model 50 controller (see also Baud rate Note). 9. Commission the CIPer Model 50 station to the CIPer Model 50 controller (standard Niagara procedure). NOTE: For detailed information on standard Niagara techniques and functions, please refer to the Niagara online documentation and/or the CIPer Model 50 Controller User Guide: 31-00198-01.
  • Page 22: Engineering Modes

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE ENGINEERING MODES There are two kinds of engineering you can use for engineering an Spyder Model 5 project: • Offline Engineering In this mode, you create an empty BACnet device manually, add an application and match it afterwards to a device discovered on the BACnet bus by using the service pin.
  • Page 23 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Matching Devices , p. 28 • Teaching to Controller, p. 82 • Learning from Controller, p. 83 • Clearing Project, p. 85 • 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 24 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Clearing Controller, p. 85 • Checking Hardware Compatibility, p. 86. For further information on offline engineering, please refer also to the “Factory Device Handling“ section, p. 37. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 25: Creating Irm Bacnet Device

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Creating IRM BACnet Device Procedure 1. Double-click the BACnet network folder in the Nav tree, and then select Irm Bacnet Device Manager view. 2. On the bottom, click New. 3. In the New dialog box, select ´Irm Bacnet Device`, and then click OK. RESULT: The Irm Bacnet Device is created and added to the Database pane and the BacnetNetwork tree.
  • Page 26 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 4. Expand the device and create the IRM program by adding control strategy, hardware layout and alarm settings optional). • To do so, please refer to the section “Working with Applications – The IRM Program“, p. 45. 5.
  • Page 27 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Matching Devices “, p. 28). 6. Teach the application to the controller. If there is an application already running in the controller, clear the controller 7. Finally perform the hardware compatibility check to make sure that the application is properly designed for running seamlessly in the created device.
  • Page 28: Matching Devices

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Matching Devices Purpose This function matches an offline-configured, disconnected IRM device to an online discovered IRM controller on the BACnet network. The offline-configured, disconnected IRM device will be configured according to the properties of the online discovered IRM device.
  • Page 29 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 5. If desired, you can enter the device ID, Network address, and MAC Address. 6. Enable Use Cov by selecting ´true` from the drop-down List box. 7. Click OK. RESULT: The devices are matched as the properties of the disconnected offline IRM BACnet device indicate in the Database pane.
  • Page 30 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 8. Click OK. RESULT: If as a result, any inconsistencies of the application appear between the disconnected IRM BACnet device and the discovered Spyder Model 5 controller, a notification message will be displayed and the relevant synchronization status is indicated in the control manager (see section “Synchronicity Check via Control Manager”, p.
  • Page 31 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Clearing Controller, p. 85 • Teaching to Controller, p. 82 • Learning from Controller, p. 83 • Checking Hardware Compatibility, p. 86 For further information on offline engineering, please refer also to the “Factory Device Handling“section, p. 37. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 32: Online Engineering

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Online Engineering Online engineering includes the following steps: • Connect to the BACnet network • Discover devices on the BACnet network • Create/change/ application and hardware layout if necessary • Depending on the synchronization status, apply any of the following actions: o Learn from controller o Teach to controller o Clear project...
  • Page 33 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Clearing Controller, p. 85 • Checking Hardware Compatibility, p. 86 For further information on online engineering, please refer also to the “Factory Device Handling“ section, p. 37. Procedure 1. For new factory devices, press the service pin at the devices. 2.
  • Page 34 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 3. On the Discovered pane, select the devices you want to add to the database. 4. Click Add. RESULT: The Add dialog box displays. You can change properties of the devices before adding them to the database. To do so, select the device and change the desired property from: o Name o Device ID...
  • Page 35: Synchronicity Check Via Control Manager

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 6. Click OK to confirm. RESULT: All devices are added to the database. The following properties are shown: o Name o Device ID o Status e.g. Alarm, unacknowledged alarm. o Model o Firmware Revision o Serial No.
  • Page 36 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE An application in the project can be either synchronous or not synchronous with the application running in the connected controller. As soon as non-synchronicity is detected, notification messages about the synchronization status are displayed. NOTE: Software always give support by displaying appropriate messages which describe the current status/problem and how to proceed.
  • Page 37: Factory Device Handling

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Clearing Controller, p. 85 • Teaching to Controller, p. 82 • Learning from Controller, p. 83 • Checking Hardware Compatibility, p. 86 For detailed description of the control manager, see section “The Control Manager”, p. 50). Factory Device Handling Default Factory Device ID Settings For successful communication via BACnet, each controller must have a unique device ID.
  • Page 38 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE It is strongly recommended not to change this setting. • Auto Learn If enabled (default), the project is automatically deleted and learned from the controller when a discovered controller is added to the database. If disabled, the project is kept and learning from the controller is not executed (see “Learning from Controller”...
  • Page 39: Detailed Offline Procedure

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE At the site, go online by connecting to the network. Discover the controllers on the network. Now software matched the serial numbers issued for offline devices. Once those controllers are added to the network, they will start communicating with the physical online controllers. Then when adding the discovered controllers to the database, to each controller a unique device Id is issued within the range of the min and max Id limits configured in the IRM Config Properties (see above).
  • Page 40 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 5. Repeat steps 2 through 4 for all controllers. 6. Discover the controllers. This will list all offline devices. 7. At the site, go online by connecting to the network. 8. Discover the controllers on the network. 9.
  • Page 41 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE NOTE: In the Add dialog, you can change the pre-defined device ID before the database addition. 11. If any Sync messages are displayed, confirm by clicking OK. 12. Finish by matching the offline device with the online device in the database (see “ 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 42 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Matching Devices“, p. 28). 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 43: Detailed Online Procedure

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Detailed Online Procedure 1. Double-click the BacnetNetwork folder in the Nav tree. 2. At the controller, press the service pin for 15 sec. Then click Discover. RESULT: The controller will be discovered, but it still shows the default factory Id ´4194302`. 3.
  • Page 44 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE To each controller, a unique device Id is assigned within the range of the min and max Id limits configured in the IRM Config Properties. NOTE: In the Add dialog box, you can change the pre-defined device ID before the database addition. 6.
  • Page 45: Working With Applications - The Irm Program

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE WORKING WITH APPLICATIONS – THE IRM PROGRAM Application engineering includes the creation of: • Periodic control strategy and/or • Event driven control strategy • Hardware layout (onboard IO) • Alarming settings Preparing Niagara Work Environment For working conveniently during application engineering, prepare the work environment by enabling the following functions in the Spyder Model 5 Engineering Tool: BACnet Device Manager View...
  • Page 46 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE IRM Operations Monitor / Jobs Sidebar The IRM Operations Monitor shows all actions in a popup window and all actions are summarized in a list in the Jobs window. In the Windows menu, click Side Bars, and then click Jobs. When actions are executed, they will be shown in the temporary Spyder_5 Operations Monitor popup window and listed permanently in the Jobs window.
  • Page 47 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE You can also see the devices can also be seen in the nav tree as shown below. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 48: Irm Program Components

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE IRM Program Components IRM Program in Nav tree The IRM Program is part of the device and includes the following components: • Control Manager • Periodic program • Event program • Onboard IO •...
  • Page 49 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Modifications and Consistency Check Whenever working on the application, e.g. periodic program, on board I/O etc., every modification is detected by the control manager and indicated graphically by a yellow warning symbol that replaces the original symbols at the modified item on the wire sheet, and in the tree.
  • Page 50: The Control Manager Procedure

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE The Control Manager Procedure In the Nav tree, expand the IRM Program folder. 2. Double-click on Control Manager icon. RESULT: On the Property Sheet, the following information is displayed. • Author of the application. •...
  • Page 51 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE In Teaching Mode, select how the application changes in the project are written to the controller from: Immediate changes are written to the controller automatically and are effective immediately. on demand changes are written to the controller manually and explicitly by the Teach to Controller action. NOTE: For both teaching modes, only the changes are written to the device, hence the process is very fast.
  • Page 52 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Fig. 5. Memory Usage Display on Control Manager Level Fig. 6. Memory Usage Display on IRM Program Folder Level Recommendations It is recommended to monitor the memory usage on the Control Manager level and to avoid to exceed the limit of 80 %. To keep the memory usage as low as possible, it is recommended to optimize application engineering by keeping the number of folders as low as possible and the number of added function blocks per folder as high as possible in relation to the required result of the logic.
  • Page 53: Periodic Program

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Periodic Program Creates the control strategy running in a cyclic manner on a fixed time base. All function blocks in the root folder and its subfolders are processed. The periodic program is executed every 500 ms within the controller. Procedure Double-click Periodic Program in the tree, and then select the Wire Sheet view.
  • Page 54: Event Program

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Event Program Creates event-driven control strategy. All function blocks in the root folder and its subfolders are processed. The event program is executed: • when the time interval of 1000 ms has elapsed •...
  • Page 55: Onboard Io

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Synchronization Check Any modifications on the Event Program wire sheet are detected by the control manager. Modifications can be any of the following: • Added item • Deleted item • Moved item •...
  • Page 56 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Procedure Double-click On Board I/O in the tree, and then select the Wire Sheet view. Open the “honIrmControl” palette. From the palette, add single physical terminals manually or a pre-defined template to the wire sheet via drag & drop. Pre-defined templates are matched to particular controller models.
  • Page 57 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE The application can be synchronized according to the active teaching mode, ´on demand` or ´immediate’. After synchronization, the warning symbols are removed and the items are indicated in its synchronized state. See also the description of the “The Control Manager”, p. 50. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 58: Alarms

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Alarms Alarming Provides the notification classes for establishing alarming 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 59: Application Engineering Guidelines

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Synchronization Check Any modifications such as adding, deleting or copying & pasting items on the Alarms wire sheet are not allowed. You can only change the properties of the pre-defined notification class objects on the Property Sheet after you have double-clicked the icon.
  • Page 60: Irm Function Blocks And External Application Components

    BACnet points of the physical and value BACnet points are carried over automatically. NOTE: The reference input and output function provided by the Spyder Model 5 Engineering Tool is a proprietary Honeywell BACnet function. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 61 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE BACnet - MSTP Value (Read) BACnet Device A BACnet Device B Physical Point Mapping REFERENCE INPUT Value Point Device Instance Object Instance Object ID (Manually ) SOURCE TARGET Fig. 7. Data Exchange via Manual Mapping of Reference Input Point to Physical / Value Point BACnet –...
  • Page 62 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Value (Write) BACnet-MSTP Value (Read) BACnet Device A BACnet Device B REFERENCE INPUT Physical Output Point or** Dropping** Value Point Device Instance Object Instance REFERENCE OUTPUT Object ID (Automatically ) SOURCE / TARGET SOURCE / TARGET resulting reference point type is selectable Fig.
  • Page 63 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE In both cases, the following device and object information from the BACnet source or target points must be entered during the mapping: • Device Instance (ID) • Object type (BACnet point type) = object ID •...
  • Page 64 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Fig. 11. Master-Slave Configuration using Reference Points 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 65: Manual Creation And Mapping Of Reference Points (A)

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Manual Creation and Mapping of Reference Points (A) Example: Two IRM controllers and a wall module are on the MSTP bus in master-slave configuration: • WEB-RL6N (Master) • WEB-RS5N (Slave) • External BACnet wall module o The WEB-RL6N master controller: reads the window contact status [EffWindow] from the slave controller via RefIn reads the room temperature [ExtWmRmTemp] from the BACnet Wall Module via RefIn...
  • Page 66 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 3. Double-click the Points folder and discover the points by clicking Discover on the bottom. 4. Sort the discovered points by clicking on the Object Name column. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 67 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 5. In the point list, scroll to the ´EffWindow` BACnet point. 6. Note the Object ID, in this case ´multiStateValue:8`. 7. In the Nav tree, browse to the WEB-RL6N master controller. 8. Expand the IRM Program folder. 9.
  • Page 68 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 10. In the honIrmControl palette, expand BacnetObjects, and then drag & drop the RefIn BACnet object to the wire sheet. 11. In the Name dialog box, change the name to ´EffWindow`, and then click OK. 12.
  • Page 69 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 13. Double-click the symbol to display the property sheet for the reference input. 14. On the Property Sheet, expand Device Instance, Object Type, and Object Instance. 15. Enter the values of the wall module and the ´EffWindow` multistate value point as shown in step 1 and 6. Device Instance: device ID = 5001 Object Type: object ID = multistateValue Object Instance: object ID = 8...
  • Page 70 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 16. Click Save. 17. The reference input in the WEB-RL6N master controller is mapped to the multistate value point ´EffWindow` in the WEB-RS5N controller which provides the window contact status. 18. Apply the procedure in the same way for: •...
  • Page 71 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Alternatively, you can use the “automatic reference point creation and mapping via drag & drop” method which is described in the section “Automatic Creation and Mapping of Reference Points via Drag & drop (B)“, p. 76. This section uses fan stage reading as an example.
  • Page 72 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 9. In the honIrmControl palette, expand BacnetObjects, and then drag & drop the RefOut BACnet object to the wire sheet. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 73 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 10. In the Name dialog box, change the name to ´EffOccMd`, and then click OK. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 74 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 11. The reference output is added to the wire sheet. 12. Double-click the symbol to display the property sheet for the reference output. 13. On the Property Sheet, expand Device Instance, Object Type, and Object Instance. 14.
  • Page 75 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 16. The reference input in the WEB-RL6N master controller is mapped to the multistate value point ´EffOccMd` in the wall module. 17. If desired, you can change the setting for master sync or other settings. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 76: Automatic Creation And Mapping Of Reference Points Via Drag & Drop (B)

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Master-Slave Synchronization If Master Sync Enabled is true, this property will be synchronized between master and slaves in case a master sync operation is performed. The source device setting will be synced to a target device during master sync operation. If the source device has set the flag to false, then this parameter will not be synced to all target devices.
  • Page 77 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE NOTE: Input points cannot be overridden by another controller. Hence when dropping an input onto the wiresheet, always a reference input is created and a drop setting for inputs in the control manager is not necessary. Example: Two IRM controllers and a wall module are on the MSTP bus in master-slave configuration: •...
  • Page 78 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 5. Add the ´FanStage` BACnet point to the database by clicking Add at the bottom. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 79 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 6. Click OK in the Add dialog box. The point will be added to the Database and the Points folder. 7. In the Nav tree, browse to the WEB-RS5N slave controller. 8. Expand the IRM Program folder. 9.
  • Page 80 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 11. From the Points folder of the WEB-RL6N master controller, drag & drop the ´FanStage` BACnet point to the wiresheet of the WEB-RS5N slave controller. 12. In the Name dialog box, click OK. A reference input point with the name of the dropped BACnet point, in this case ´FanStage`, is created.
  • Page 81 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 14. On the Property Sheet, you can see that the reference input is already mapped to the dropped BACnet multistate output point indicated by the values for device instance, object type, and object instance. 15.
  • Page 82: Application Management

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Application Management Teaching and Learning Synchronization can be performed in two ways: • Teaching to Controller Downloads the changed application in the project to the controller • Learning from Controller Uploads the changed application from the controller in the project When in teaching mode, application changes of the project can be written to the controller in two ways: •...
  • Page 83: Learning From Controller

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE RESULT: The changes are written to the controller. The applications are synchronized. The successful action is displayed via IRM Operations Monitor. Application Download Failure Due to various reasons the download of an application can fail. This is shown via message in the Jobs Sidebar. In case of a failed application download, however parts of the application may have already been downloaded to the controller, and such application parts could start and operate the Spyder Model 5 controller.
  • Page 84 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Procedure 1. Right-click on IRM Program in the tree, then click Actions, and then click Learn From Controller in the context menu. RESULT: The application is to uploaded into the project. The applications are synchronized. The successful action is displayed via IRM Operations Monitor.
  • Page 85: Clearing Controller

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Clearing Controller Clear Controller” deletes the application in the controller. Procedure 1. Right-click on IRM Program in the tree, then click Actions, and then click Clear Controller in the context menu. RESULT: The application is deleted in the controller.
  • Page 86: Checking Hardware Compatibility

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Procedure 1. Right-click on IRM Program in the tree, then click Actions, and then click Clear Project in the context menu. RESULT: The application is deleted in the project. The successful action is displayed via IRM Operations Monitor. Checking Hardware Compatibility The hardware configurations of the used physical controller and the hardware defined for the controller in the application can be checked.
  • Page 87 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Procedure 1. Right-click on IRM Program in the tree, then click Actions, and then click Check Hw Compatibility in the context menu. RESULT: In case of incompatibilities, as message box displays that lists the affected terminals: On the wire sheet, the terminals are marked as “dirty”...
  • Page 88: Taking Snapshot

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 2. Confirm the message box by clicking OK, and then remove the dirty terminals. 3. Teach the controller. RESULT: The successful action is displayed via Irm Operations Monitor. Taking Snapshot The current status of an application can be backed up and restored later. This allows restoring a changed application if these changes should be discarded.
  • Page 89: Restoring Snapshot

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE RESULT: The application is backed up and the successful action is displayed via IRM Operations Monitor. Restoring Snapshot The current status of an application can be backed up and restored later. This allows restoring a changed application if these changes should be discarded.
  • Page 90: Swapping Irm Program

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Procedure 1. Right-click on IRM Program in the tree, then click Actions, and then click Restore Snapshot in the context menu. RESULT: The application is restored in the project and the successful restore is displayed via IRM Operations Monitor.
  • Page 91 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE RESULT: The device is swapped out. On the Property Sheet the proxy is displayed. In the tree, the IRM program is shown without any subfolders. The successful swap-out is displayed in the Irm Operations Monitor. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 92 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 3. To swap-in the device, right-click on the IRM Program folder in the tree, then click Actions, and then click Swap in the context menu. RESULT: The device is swapped in. In the tree, the IRM program is restored showing all subfolders. The successful swap-in is displayed in Irm Operations Monitor.
  • Page 93: Master Sync

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 3. To swap-in the devices, right-click on the IRM Config folder in the tree, then click Actions, and then click Swap In in the context menu RESULT: The devices are swapped in. The successful swap-in is displayed in Irm Operations Monitor. Master Sync The “Master Sync”...
  • Page 94: Cloning Application

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE To start with cloning the application, see section “Cloning Application“, p. 94. Cloning Application Clones the device application based on a selectable template (device) to selectable devices. As result, all devices will receive the same application type which is the basis of a master sync group.
  • Page 95: Applying Master Sync

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 3. Select the template (device) from the drop-down listbox. 4. Confirm the message by clicking OK. RESULT: The selected template will be used for all devices selected in the Database pane. The Irm Application Type column in the Database pane indicates that all devices have now the same application type.
  • Page 96 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 2. Select the device you want to define as the source, and then click Set as Source. 3. Select the devices you want to define as the targets, and then click Set as Target. 4.
  • Page 97: Excluding Function Block Items From Master Sync

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE RESULT: The Synchronize differences dialog box displays. 5. Confirm the message by clicking OK. RESULT: The differences in all target device applications are synchronized with the application of the source device. Excluding Function Block Items from Master Sync As desired, particular values of function blocks can be excluded from the Master Sync function.
  • Page 98 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Procedure 1. Double-click the item in the Periodic program or Event program to display the Property Sheet. 2. Expand the values area by clicking . The Master Sync Enabled option is set to ´true` by default. 3.
  • Page 99: Splitting-Off Application

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Splitting-Off Application Splits the unique application of the master sync group into a new application and keeps the existing application. For the new application, you can enter a different IRM program name. A new IRM application type is issued automatically by the software.
  • Page 100 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Fig. 15. Splitting-Off and Cloning Application 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 101 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Procedure 1. In the Database pane, select the device you want to split-off, and then click Split-Off Application. RESULT: The following message box displays. 2. Confirm the message by clicking OK. RESULT: The following dialog box displays. 3.
  • Page 102: Controller Mac Address Assignment

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE NOTE: Cloning of the device application can be done before or after the source-target definition of the devices and vice versa. Controller MAC Address Assignment Automatic MAC Address Assignment The factory setting of the MAC address of an IRM controller is 0xFF by default. On first power up, a controller will automatically assign itself a unique MAC address within the range of assignable MAC addresses.
  • Page 103 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Setting MAC Address of Controller“, p. 104). Make sure that unique MAC addresses are assigned. IMPORTANT! Once you have changed all desired MAC addresses for the controllers, it is recommended to change the Max Master setting of the controllers to the highest MAC address (=Max MAC) among all controllers.
  • Page 104: Setting Mac Address Of Controller

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Setting MAC Address of Controller At any point, the automatically or manually assigned MAC address of an IRM controller and the Max Master setting can be changed in Niagara. Procedure 1. Open the Property Sheet of the IRM controller. 2.
  • Page 105 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 6. In maxMaster, enter the highest MAC address of all controllers of the network. 7. Confirm by clicking Save. 8. Enter the same number of ´maxMaster` in all controllers of the network. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 106: Synchronizing Device Time

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE Synchronizing Device Time Synchronizes the time of the devices with the time either from the work bench PC that is used for device engineering or from the supervisor. This depends from where the function is performed. Procedure 1.
  • Page 107: Firmware Dowload

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE FIRMWARE DOWLOAD Allows updating the firmware in the controller via download. Procedure 1. In the Database pane, select the controller. 2. Click Download Firmware button. RESULT: The File Chooser dialog box displays. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 108: Alarming

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 3. Navigate to the folder where the firmware file is located, then select the firmware file (IRMN4-IMG_Vxxxx.bin), and then click the Open button. RESULT: The firmware download process is started as indicated on the top in the Firmware Download progress bar. When the firmware download is finished successfully, it is indicated by the ´Success` message.
  • Page 109 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE RESULT: The Pin Slots dialog box is displayed. 3. Click the slot you want to be hidden. RESULT: The pin icon at the selected slot will be removed. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 110: Sylk Wall Module Usage

    SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 4. Click OK. RESULT: The function block symbol redisplays. The hidden slots are removed from display. NOTE: Any slots manually hidden in the Pin Slots dialog are not stored in the controller. After clearing the project and learning the application back from the controller, the hidden slots will be visible again.
  • Page 111 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 5. In the Name dialog box, change the name if desired and then click OK. 6. Double-click the WmConfigHvacA icon to display the Property Sheet. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 112 SPYDER MODEL 5 ENGINEERING TOOL – USER GUIDE 7. Once TR42H is saved, the window will pop up to configure the SylkwallModule address. 31-00282ES-01...
  • Page 113 For detailed information on configuration of wall modules, please refer the IRM-NX Application User Guide, form no. EN2B- 041. Manufactured for and on behalf of the BMS Division of Honeywell Products and Solutions SARL, Z.A. La Pièce, 16, 1180 Rolle, Switzerland by its Authorized Representative: Honeywell Building Technologies Honeywell International Inc.