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Xenta Server 5.1.4 Major Features (Xenta 5XX/7XX/913 Capabilities with Graphics, Web Applications, and Migration to other systems)

Issue

  1. Xenta Server (527/701/721/913) graphics, time schedules not working on the webpage.
  2. Xenta Server (701) does not work with Xenta programmable controllers (Xenta 280/300/401).
  3. Which Xenta Server takes I/O modules and how many?
  4. Which Xenta Server works with I/NET, MicroNet, or ModBus.

Environment

  • Vista, I/NET, LON, MicroNet, ModBus
  • Xenta Servers (Xenta 5XX/7XX/913)

Cause

Different Xenta Servers have different features. Using a different Xenta Server may result in missing features.

Resolution

Xenta Server 5.1.4 Major Features.

Product

LON

I/NET

MicroNet

BACNet

ModBus

Web*

I/O Modules

Xenta Supp.**

Xenta 511

X

 

 

 

 

C

 

X

Xenta 527

X

X

 

 

X

C

 

X

Xenta 527-NPR

 

X

 

 

 

S

 

 

Xenta 555

X

 

X

 

 

C

 

X

Xenta701

X

 

 

 

 

ST

10

 

Xenta 711

X

 

 

 

 

C

10

X

Xenta 721

X

 

 

 

 

ST

20

X

Xenta 731

X

X

X

 

X

C

20

X

Xenta 913***

X

X

 

X

X

S

 

 

*
S – Service
. Means that the web interface is automatically generated in XBuilder and only contains values in value pages and is aimed for commissioning and service.
 NOTE: For Xenta 701 and Xenta 721, it is not possible to have any end-user web content, such as graphics, trend viewers, alarm viewers or value pages.  Xbuilder allows the user adding a Value Page in the Xbuilder project. It will not be displayed on the webpage though.
T – Time Object Pages. Means that Time Object Pages can be added to the XBuilder project. These will only appear for Xenta Servers 701/721 in TAC Vista Workstation and can be used to control Xenta Server time charts from Vista Workstation
C – Custom. Means that the web interface is totally configurable in XBuilder; navigation and all features for creating a full end-user web are available.

**
Xenta Supp. – Xenta 280/300/401 support. Means that Xenta 280/300/401 can be installed on the LonWorks network beneath a Xenta Server and are fully supported by both the Xenta Server and TAC Vista on top of Xenta Server.

***
The Xenta 913 also supports BacNet, M-Bus, and C-Bus.

For Xenta Server 5.1.5 major features please read lessons learned article 4428.

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