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Opus Supervisor

  • Product Description

    Opus Supervisor integrates hundreds or thousands of sites into a single software platform and provides a real-time, user interface for the Opus Building Automation System (BAS). It enables users to monitor their BAS systems and make changes to the way their buildings are controlled. It serves as a centralized data collection, storage and reporting environment for critical BAS information such as alarms, events, and histories. In addition, Opus Supervisor provides enterprise-wide automation – such as global schedule and setpoint management, database management, and integration with other enterprise software applications.

  • Site Monitoring

    A real-time graphical user interface that allows user to connect to remote sites via wide area networks (WAN) to view a site’s operating environment and adjust system parameters – such as schedules and setpoints. Sites can easily be accessed by store number or location.

    Alarm Management

    Opus Supervisor provides real-time access to alarm and event data from your entire enterprise. It allows users to view alarm attributes such as alarm name, type, and source. Alarms can easily be prioritized, acknowledged, sorted, filtered, and suppressed. Alarms can be routed based on level of priority, time or type.

    Reporting

    Opus Supervisor provides unique reporting tools for multi-site BAS users. It allows users to select from pre-defined reports or create ad-hoc reports as needed. Standard reports include: energy usage (normalized by square foot), setpoint/schedule exceptions, comfort reports, and BAS diagnostics such as – operational and energy performance alerts.

    Global Schedule/Setpoint Management

    Opus Supervisor allows users to broadcast schedule, setpoints, and other control setting changes across an entire enterprise with a click of the button. These changes can be applied to all sites, to a pre-defined site group, or allow users to select sites on an ad-hoc basis. All changes are logged and saved for future use and/or audit.

    Programming

    Opus Supervisor allows users to create BAS applications through a graphical user interface. Users can easily create and configure Opus devices and control strategies for a variety of HVAC, Lighting and Energy Management applications

  • Specifications

    Hardware Requirements
     Software Requirements
    Minimum Desktop Configuration – 32 bit: 
    • Processor: Intel® Pentium Dual Core 2 GHz or higher
    • Windows XP® professional or Windows® 7
    • Windows Server® 2003 or Windows Server® 2008
    • Memory: 2 GB minimum, 4 GB recommended for large systems
    • Supported Browsers: Internet Explorer 6, 7 or 8
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB minimum, 100 GB recommended for applications that need local archiving capabilities
    • Display: Video card and monitor capable of displaying 1024 x 768-pixel resolution or greater
    • Network Support: Ethernet adapter (10/100 MB with RJ-45 connector)
    Minimum Server Configuration – 64 bit: 
    • Windows Server® 2003 or Windows Server® 2008
    • Memory: 8 GB minimum, 18 GB recommended for large systems
    • Supported Browsers: Internet Explorer 6, 7 or 8
    • Hard Drive: Depends on needs for file or MS-SQL- based data archival
      Operating Systems 
    The following operating systems are supported: 
    • Windows XP® SP2
    • Windows 7® Windows Server® 2003 (Standard Edition, 32 & 64 bit)
    • Windows Server® 2008 (Standard Edition, 32 & 64 bit)

    Relational Databases 
    Opus supports the following relational database software for the persistence of Alarm and History data.

    • MS-SQL® 2005 Express
    • MS-SQL® 2005
    • MS-SQL® 2008

    Java® VM 
    Opus uses the Java VM as a common runtime environment across various operating systems and hardware platforms. The Opus Supervisor and Opus Architect are targeted for and require J2SE 1.6 VMs. Before Opus 5.8, all XCM controllers used the IBM J9 JVM (Java Virtual Machine). In Opus 5.8 and later, the Opus XCM now use the Sun Hotspot JVM. 

    Virtual Machines 
    The Opus Supervisor can be run in a virtualized environment by using VMware®’s Virtual Server 1.0.x or Virtual Server 2.0.

    • Application Version 4.0 Minimum Requirements
    • Opus Version 5.5 or higher
    • adgPaletteV4.jar version 4.0 or higher
    • adgLighting.jar version 4.0 or higher
    • adgPxHML.jar version 4.0 or higher
    • adgHVAC.jar version 4.0 or higher
    • adgUtil.jar version 4.0 or higher
  • Part Numbers/Accessories   Name Description Part Number
    Opus Supervisor 32-bit Opus Supervisor Software- 32 Bit   700 Site Limitation OPUS-S
    Opus Supervisor 64-bit Opus Supervisor Software- 64 Bit   3000 Site Limitation OPUS-S-E
    Opus Supervisor 64-bit Upgrade Opus Software Upgrade- 32 Bit to 64 Bit   OPUS-S-E-U