The master view is a basic view that can be configured for a built-up chiller plant in the CPM. This displays the information configured regardless of wherever the user is in the CPM window.
The user can configure both points and alerts for the equips in the chiller plant for this view.
| Configuring Master View
To configure equipment for the master view.
- Click the equipment in the plant schematic that is established.
- Check the box under the master view, for the points you wish to visualize in a master view.
Note: You can add both points and alerts from this window for the view. (If an alert is configured for the equips in the chiller plant)
A few points exist as non-editable, in the master view configuration, as below.
These points usually are from the sub-equips that are predefined as part of the main equipment.
Editing these points in the master view is only possible when the connection between the main equipment in the plant to removed,
or the Mater view configuration is carried out even before the connections between the main equips are established in the canvas.
Further, you can also add custom points and alerts for the view using the options, below.
- Scroll down to the bottom of the window to locate the custom point and alert addition options.
- Click the " +" con to access the window.
The custom points can be added using the same paradigm used for PAM, and custom widget creation.
- Query, search, select and add the required points for the view.
The custom alert addition window lets you select from alerts available under the predefined alerts for the site. And add them to the master view.
- Select and add the required custom alert for the view.
Once all the points, alerts, custom points, and custom alerts are added for the view.
- Click Save Config to confirm the master view for the equipment.
- Repeat the above steps to configure the master view for all the required equips in the plant.
For other information on CPM nuances, validations and restrictions, please refer to Central Plant Builder Nuances, Validations and Restrictions.