Open System Integration — EBI supports multiple industry standard communication protocols to allow enterprise-wide monitoring and control from a single client workstation. Enterprise Systems Integration Share information with personnel, office and financial system databases. Distributed System Architecture DSA Provides centralized monitoring for geographically distributed systems, and scalability for large enterprise systems. Note: This document graphically represents the various systems Honeywell can integrate and is not to be used for system design. Go to: www. Honeywell EBI is listed for use in the following categories:.

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In no event is Honeywell liable to anyone for any direct, special, or consequential damages. The information and specifications in this document are subject to change without notice. Contents About this guide What happens when there is an idle time out? General tab, Station configuration display Honeywell EasyMobile Downloading an Organization Model Considerations for derived points Analog point alarms Configuring alarms and messages Exporting an Alarm Group Assigning scope of responsibility to operators or Windows group accounts Customizing alarm, event and message summaries Excel Points in Manual Mode report Checklist for configuring global schedules Updating or copying a schedule About this guide This guide is intended primarily for engineers and system administrators who are responsible for configuring and supporting EBI Release As you follow the procedures in this Guide, it is useful to have documented your site or building for example, in a building layout or site plan as suggested in the Overview Guide.

This will help you to match it to the EBI database that you want to build. Prerequisite skills This guide assumes that you have a basic knowledge of the hardware you are using: that is, the computers, printers, network components, and especially the field devices and controllers, such as access control panels.

It also assumes that you have a basic familiarity with the Microsoft Windows operating systems that you are using. How to use this guide Depending on the options you use, you need to use this guide in conjunction with the Advanced Configuration Guide to learn how to configure your EBI system. The Tutorial gives you hands-on experience in performing basic server configuration tasks, and is particularly intended for those who are new to EBI.

It shows you how to start Quick Builder and introduces its key features. Quick Builder is used to build Stations, printers, controllers, and standard points. The configuration overview introduces you to the main configuration tasks and tools, and shows you where they are described.

While server configuration is described in this guide, this guide does not provide controller-specific configuration information. Configuration overview This section introduces the configuration tasks and tools for EBI.

It involves defining communication connections, and the data acquisition and access that you want to implement at your site. Configuration also involves setting up standard displays and reports, and a range of optional features such as redundancy, scheduling, event archiving, and so on. The configuration procedures described in this guide assume that you have already installed EBI software and third-party software as described in the Installation Guide.

After building items with Quick Builder, you download these items to the server database. System displays System displays are used to configure items such as reports, group displays, trends, Station settings, and so on. The procedures you use to configure these items are documented in the Configuration and Administration Guide.

EBI server utilities Utilities that run on the server are available to assist you in configuration and administration tasks. Utilities that apply to specific controllers, such as communications testing utilities, are described in the controller references.

General utilities are described in the 'Command reference' section of the Advanced Configuration Guide, and referred to throughout this guide. Server scripting You can extend the functionality of EBI by creating server scripts. For example, if you want to create a script that runs at specified times, you use Station to create the script. If you want to create a script that performs a task when the status of a point changes, you use Quick Builder to create the script.

For more information about server scripting, see the Server Scripting Reference. You can also use these APIs if you want to configure reports that initiate application programs. See the 'Developing custom applications' section of the Advanced Configuration Guide. For information about accessing data in the Cardholder database, see the Import and Export Guide. Configuration tutorial This tutorial walks you through some basic EBI-related configuration procedures.

Its purpose is to familiarize you with the tools and utilities used to configure EBI, so that you can get your system up and running as quickly as possible. It does not provide detailed explanations of the configuration tools and tasks. Not all point server types are configured using Quick Builder, subsequently configuring point servers is not covered in this tutorial.

Use this tutorial to familiarize yourself with Quick Builder, then use the reference specific to your point server to familiarize yourself with the tasks required to configure your point server. For the purposes of completing this tutorial, you need not have connected the separate computer or the controller to the server.

Building a Static Station Stations are your 'window' into the server databases. They are your means for accessing and controlling site data. The Add Item s dialog box opens. Building a channel Before EBI point data can be read from or written to a controller, you need to define which types of controllers you are using and how they are connected to the server.

Figure 6: Adding a channel 3 Click OK. You can ignore the remaining options on this tab for the purposes of this tutorial.

Figure 7: Channel Main tab 5 Click the Port tab and check that the options are completed. The Add Item s dialog box appears. Notice that the Format option is now selected instead of the Use Name option. This section of the tutorial shows you how to create an access point to represent the details of a door controlled by a card reader terminal. For the purposes of this exercise, let us assume that your site and zone setup is as illustrated in the following figure, and the access point you want to configure represents Card Reader 1, which gives access to the zone Building 1 as a cardholder moves out of the Outside zone.

The Add Items dialog box opens. This creates an access point item. Figure Access point Main tab 3 Select the point item in the item list, and complete the Main tab as follows: a In the Name box, type Reader1. Address Builder opens. However, the zone that we need to select here Outside is not yet available for selection in the Exit from Zone list which only lists zones that have been defined via an Entry to Zone box.

To add the zone called Outside to the selection list, you need to define an access point for which Outside is the Entry to Zone. You can do this as part of the tutorial if you want. If not, you can ignore this box for the purposes of this exercise.


Honeywell EBI Architecture

When integrated with EBI, DVM automatically displays and records vital video information, greatly improving abnormal event management. By incorporating advanced software and technology, DVM provides a high level of control over the recording and retrieval process while enabling monitoring and control of the surveillance process itself. And because its unique, open architecture easily integrates with existing enterprise systems, you can leverage your investment in existing switching equipment and coaxial cable or migrateto an open network infrastructure. The open architecture of DVM even lets you enhance your surveillance capabilities with a host of third-party products and applications.


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Enterprise Buildings Integrator EBI gives you the tools to run smarter buildings that increase comfort, enhance security and lower costs. Enterprise Buildings Integrator EBI makes it possible, by enabling you to manage complex facilities and campuses through a single management portal. EBI is an open, scalable solution that works with a wide range of third-party equipment and software. It reduces operational and lifecycle costs while giving you plenty of room to grow as your needs expand. With a complex set of systems easily viewed through a single platform, your employees can use data to drive better decisions. Whether you manage a single building, a campus or global operations, the ability to holistically view and manage systems makes for a clearer understanding of your buildings, adding agility and insight to decision making.

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