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End User Operations Manual

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  • Page 1 McDonald’s HEMS II End User Operations Manual...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Overview………………………………………………………………………...3 Navigation to Login Page from local or remote personal computer.…..……4 Local Personal Computer & Remote Personal Computer Login …………..5 Panel Face Mounted Display Local Login…..………………………………..6 Home Page……………………………………………………………………..7-12 HVAC Units…………………………………………………………………….13 Schedules & Holidays………………………………………………………….14-17 Data Logging and Trended Points…………………………………………….18 Electrical Demand Limiting Adjustments…………………………………….19 Lighting Photocell Adjustments………………………………………………..19 Embedded Touch Screen “Operating Instructions”...
  • Page 3: Overview

    Overview McDonald’s HEMS II Energy Management Control System & User Interface The McDonald’s HEMS II energy management and control system runs on a WEB -201™ (Java Application Control Engine). The WEB -201 is a compact, embedded controller/server platform. It combines integrated control, supervision, data logging, alarming, scheduling and network management functions with Internet connectivity and web serving capabilities in a small, compact platform.
  • Page 4: Navigation To Login Page From Local Or Remote Personal Computer

    Local or Remote Personal Computer Navigation to Login Page from location Open internet browser and enter store IP address here: To begin: First open your internet browser and enter the WEBs Unit IP address in the "address bar". The WEBs Unit IP address will be furnished to you by the installer of the system.
  • Page 5: Local Personal Computer & Remote Personal Computer Login

    Local or Remote Personal Computer Navigation to Login Page from location Login Page The Login Page is where you enter your username (user) and password (pass). Then click the login icon. Please wait until the booting process completely loads, once it does, it will automatically route you to the Home Page.
  • Page 6: Panel Face Mounted Display Local Login

    Local Touch Screen Below is the default Login Page from the located on the front of panel after unit has been powered “ON”or after the blank screen has been touched and unit returns to normal operation mode from power saving standby mode.
  • Page 7: Home Page

    Home Page The Home Page will display your systems current conditions with any active alarms. McDonald’s HEMS II page 7...
  • Page 8 Home Page – continued This area of Home Page shows the following: 1. Your store number and physical location. 2. Current outside air temperature. By touching or clicking on the CYAN colored area you will be directed to a trend log of accumulated outside temperature data. See page 18 of this document for more information on this.
  • Page 9 Home Page – continued This area of Home Page shows the following: Current electrical peak demand and current electrical (KWH) consumption for the current month and current year. By touching or clicking on any CYAN colored area you will be directed to a trend log of accumulated electrical data.
  • Page 10 Home Page – continued This area of Home Page shows the following: Current freezer and cooler temperatures. By touching or clicking on any numeric value you will be directed to a trend log of accumulated freezer or cooler temperature data. See page 18 of this document for more information on this.
  • Page 11 Home Page – continued This area of Home Page shows the following: Current Lighting controls. RED bullet lights next to a lighting zone name indicates the lighting zone is commanded OFF by the associated time of day schedule or photocell. GREEN indicates the lighting zone is commanded ON by the associated time of day schedule or photocell.
  • Page 12: Home

    Home Page – continued This area of Home Page shows the following: Current HVAC Units. RED bullet lights next to FAN indicate the HVAC Unit is commanded OFF by the associated time of day schedule. GREEN indicates the HVAC Unit is commanded ON by the associated time of day schedule.
  • Page 13: Hvac Units

    HVAC Units This area of HVAC Unit page shows the following: Each HVAC Unit has a page similar to above associated with it. The current view is that of the Kitchen HVAC Unit (Kitchen RTU – Roof Top Unit). On the left side is the system information section that indicates current Outdoor Air Temperature, Schedule Status (Occupied or Unoccupied), Current HVAC Mode of Heat or Cool (this mode changes automatically based on space temperature verses space temperature set point), Current Space Temperature, Occupied Heating Set Point and associated raise and lower buttons, Occupied Cooling Set Point and associated raise...
  • Page 14: Schedules & Holidays

    Time of Day Schedules & Holidays for HVAC Units and Lighting Zones By touching or clicking on any HVAC Unit or Lighting Zone Schedule icon from the Home Page you will see the following: Each HVAC Unit and Lighting Zone has a separate and distinctive time of day schedule associated with it. In this case you are looking at the Kitchen HVAC Unit schedule.
  • Page 15 Time of Day Schedules & Holidays for HVAC Units and Lighting Zones - continued By touching or left clicking your mouse on any green area of the schedule that section will then turn blue and you can edit it. Notice that Monday was touched or clicked on and the background color changed to blue for editing. You can drag your finger or mouse (double arrow) to a new Occupied start and/or stop time.
  • Page 16 Time of Day Schedules & Holidays for HVAC Units and Lighting Zones- continued By touching and holding your finger on any green area of the schedule or right clicking your mouse that section will then turn blue and you are presented with a drop down selection where you can: Delete the Event, Make an All Day Event, Apply the Schedule to M-F, Copy the Day to the next Day, Clear the Day or Clear the Week.
  • Page 17: Schedules & Holidays

    Time of Day Schedules & Holidays for HVAC Units and Lighting Zones- continued By touching or clicking on the Special Events tab at the bottom left of the screen to can add and edit special events. The example above shows that on Sat December 25 of 2010 (Christmas) the schedule has been set to Unoccupied for the complete day.
  • Page 18: Data Logging And Trended Points

    With this in mind you may not able to read data values from a long time ago. Typically the WEBs unit will retain the last 7-30 days of trended or logged data for each point. Honeywell offers a service that automatically retrieves and retains long term trended or logged data for you, as long as, a continuous internet connection to the WEBs unit is available.
  • Page 19: Electrical Demand Limiting Adjustments

    12 months of utility bills will allow for a determination of what this value should be. Consult with your Honeywell sales person or local electrical utilities representative to help you make this initial setting. For new construction projects it may take 6 months to a year before this value can be accurately set based on a review of your utility bills.
  • Page 20: Embedded Touch Screen "Operating Instructions" Link

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  • Page 28: Hems Ii System Drawings & Sequence Of Operations

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