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CLCBS2101 Excel 15 System Operation
Class Type Basic Operation
System XL15 (Light Commercial Building Solution)
Duration 2.5 days
Class Audience System Owners, System Operators, Technicians installing/servicing down-line satellite Excel 10 Controllers, XL15 Controllers, XL15 Building Managers and/or maintenance personnel responsible for the same
Offered At Customer site or St Paul
# of Students Minimum 5, Maximum 8
Cost $1095 per person at site, $795 per person St Paul
Brief The class starts with a brief discussion of the system block diagram of a typical LCBS System showing all central
equipment such as work station PC’s, local and remote E-buses, the satellite processors such as the Constant/Variable
Volume controllers, special controllers such as the Remote I/O, UV and CHC Controllers, system routers such as the
Q7751A/B FTT to FTT and TPT to FTT routers, Q7740A/B Repeaters, User Interface and Configuration tool interfaces
such as the Q7752A serial interface for the LONSpec PC, the User Interface Wall Modules such as T7770A-D and the
DDWM T7780A and E-Bus FTT termination modules 209541B. This overview includes a discussion of the functions of
an XL15 System.
The class then follows a structured approach to XL15 system operation. The detailed topics covered and the subtopics are as follows:
This consists of accessing XL15 home page, sign-on, changing password, and logging out.
2. Managing Devices
Covers viewing, hiding and deleting devices from the system device list.
Covers device current settings, selecting a device graphic, initiating
4. Special Displays
Covers creating, managing and configuring special displays
Includes an overview of schedules, global schedules, updating schedules, weekly schedules, holiday schedules and
Includes an overview of XL15 trends, viewing default trends in various modes, user defined trends and their configuration
and viewing in various modes.
Includes all alarm management, alarm creation, alarm summary operations, modifying configured alarms and
assigning/deleting priorities/e-mail addresses for alarms.
8. System Command Display Operation
Students go through the system operating procedures with hands-on detailed lab exercises. Students’ work is checked by
and verified by the instructor in person and with review sheets..
Written exercises are used throughout the class to reinforce the learning process.
Objectives Upon completion of the course the student will be able to: