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| Overview

Heatmap is a feature of Facilisight that receives the live feed of how efficient the building is at any given moment. It provides instant info - 650 data points per minute - on the buildings HVAC, lighting, energy, equipment performance and internal environment, with IoT-sensors reading occupancy, airflow and zone temperatures, humidity, light, sound, VOCs, CO2, and other indoor air quality factors.

The 75F® Heatmap Interface is a very useful tool for maintaining and troubleshooting a 75F® system. Below is a quick summary of some of its features.

The Heatmap Main Screen is a top-down view of system. It displays the various Zones, which are color coded to reflect how close the temperatures and their corresponding devices in the Zones are to their desired setpoint.

Advantages

  • The Heatmap Main Screen is a top-down view of system.
  • It shows the various Zones, which are color coded to reflect how close the temperatures in the zones are to their desired setpoint
  • Various predefined widgets are configured to accommodate the live feed of 650 data points per minute.

| Heatmap

To access Heatmap page

  • Log into the Facilisight portal.

The Facilisight home page is displayed.

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  • Select a building under the scope

The Heatmap page is displayed

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The following table explains the various fields displayed on the page: 

Field Name

Description

Floors

You can use this option to select a specific floor in the building to reflect in the heatmap page.

Select CCU

You can use option to select a specific CCU in the building.

Selecting a CCU highlights the zones in the floor map that are reporting to the that CCU.

Search zones

You can use this option to search and select a specific zone in the building or the floor.  You can search the zone using a description or keywords of the description.

Note: You can use the mouse to navigate through the fields to perform the search and selection, or you can use the tab and arrow keys to navigate through the fileds to perform the search and selection.

Temperature color codes

You can see color bar below with a quick glance guide into each zone.

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  • Green: indicates that the zone is at the setpoint.
  • Blue: indicates that the zone is cooler, and darker the blue the zone is farther away from setpoint.
  • Orange and red: indicates that the zone is getting hotter, and darker the orange and red the zone is farther away from setpoint.

Custom Heatmap Filter

You can use this option set up custom filters for the Heatmap based on various parameters in the building.

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For more information refer Custom Heatmap Filter

CCU List

You can see the list of the CCU’s under the building.

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Note: Every CCU is of a different color, and a hover over the zones in the heatmap would underline highlight the corresponding CCU to which the zone is paired as below.

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Reorder CCU

You can use this option to rearrange the CCU

  • Click the reorder 5.png icon.

The Reorder CCU window is displayed.

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Drag and drop the ccu as per the requirement and click save.

The order in which the ccu arrange is modified as below.

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Refresh

You can use this option to specify the time interval for which the data for the CCU need to be refreshed.

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  • Click the refresh mceclip0.png icon
  • Choose from any of the following options:
      • Refresh Now: to refresh now.
      • Every 1 min: to refresh the data for every 1 minute.
      • Every 5 mins: to refresh the data for every 5 minutes.
      • Every 15 mins: to refresh the data for every 15 minutes.
      • Every 60 mins: to refresh the data for every 60 minutes.

Floor Plan

You can see floor plan for floors in the building, in this section.

Note: If the building has multiple floors, only floor plans for two floors is visible at a time in the screen. You can view the rest by scrolling down the screen, and the Zones belonging or sharing a single CCU have the same outline color as the CCU color.

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Note: Based on the selection made under the drop-downs for the floors, CCU‘s the heat maps section is filtered for the floors, and the Zones related the CCU is highlighted as below.

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Note: Hovering over any zones would highlight the CCU related to the Zone in the CCU list as below.

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| Viewing CCU level Widgets

  • Hover the mouse over the CCU to view a snapshot of the predefined and custom widgets.

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  • Click the CCU name to view the predefined and custom widgets configured for the CCU.

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The following table explains the various fields displayed on the page: 

Field Name

Description

Performance for

You can use this option to select a different date range for the visualizations or to view the historized visualization data.

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Note: Along with the traditional calendar view for selection of date range, the system also provides options to select some quick range selections like:

  • Today
  • Last 3 Days
  • Last Week
  • Last Month
  • Last 6 Months
  • Last Year

For which the data can be visualized in the widgets section.

Download

You can use this option to download the visualization data in the xlsx format.

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Predefined Widgets

You can see the predefined widgets at the system level for the building under this section.

 

Scrolling further in the widgets window the following is displayed.

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The following table explains the various fields displayed on the page: 

Field Name

Description

Custom Widgets

You can see the Custom widgets at the system level for the building under this section.

Custom Global Widgets

You can see the Custom global widgets at the system level for the building under this section.

Scrolling further in the widgets window the following is displayed.

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The following table explains the various fields displayed on the page: 

Field Name

Description

CCU Settings

You can see entities available for configuring the CCU settings.

Conditioning

You can select a mode of conditioning in which you want the system to operate.

Select one option from the available options

OFF:  To switch off all kinds of conditioning
AUTO:
To switch to Auto cooling or Heating based on the current temperature

COOL ONLY: To switch to cooling only mode
HEAT ONLY:
To switch to heating only mode

Occupancy Status

You can see the occupancy status at a particular time.

Equipment Status

You can see the equipment status at a particular time.

Last Updated

You can see the time at which data was updated.

Scrolling further in the widgets window the following is displayed.

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You can see the Intrinsic schedule applicable for the CCU/AHU controlled. For more information refer Intrinsic Schedules for System Profiles

| Viewing Zone level Widgets

  • Hover the mouse over to view a snapshot of the predefined and custom widgets in any available.

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  • Click on the Zones to view the Zone specific predefined and custom widgets configured.

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Scrolling further in the widgets window the following is displayed.

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The following table explains the various fields displayed on the page: 

Field Name

Description

Zone Name

You can see the zone name of the selected zone.

Heartbeat

You can see if the zone is communicating actively with the mesh network.

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Note: For a 75F Zone or Modbus device there may be many parameters. In case device is offline and not communicating it always show previous received value. With this feature we can see a status option to know if the device is online or offline. If offline, then we can see the last updated time when it was online.

The grey dot above the zone name indicates the zone is not actively communicating with the mesh network.

A green dot in place of grey dot indicates the zone is actively communicating with the mesh network.

Predefined Widgets

You can see the predefined widgets at the system level for the building under this section.

Custom Widgets

You can see the Custom widgets at the zone level for the building under this section, if any created from the internal portal heat map.

Custom Global Widgets

You can see the Custom global widgets at the zone level for the building under this section. if any created from the internal portal heat map.

Scrolling further in the widgets window the following is displayed.

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The following table explains the various fields displayed on the page: 

Field Name

Description

Zone Settings

You can see and modify the zone setting for the zone.

Profile

You can see the profile information configured for the zone.

Schedule

You can see the building and zone level schedules.

Vacations

You can see the vacations set for the zone.

Zone Priority

You can see the zone priority information for zone.

Note: The predefined widgets and other sections for a building, system and zones would differ from one another and from profile to profile.

For more information on zone schedules, visit here. 

For further information on setting up vacations, visit here.

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