The NovantExt implements connector support for the Novant Mercury legacy platform.
Access to Novant devices are built around API keys. It's recommended you create a specific API key just for SkySpark access.
Each connector in SkySpark maps 1:1 to a Novant device. To create and map a new connector:
novantMercuryConn dis: "My Device" apiKey: "***********" novantMercuryDeviceId: dv_xxxxxxxxxxxxx novantMercuryHisInterval: "15min"
apiKey is the key you generated from the Novant platform, and
novantDeviceId is the Novant device id for the device to connect.
Current values are configured using the
novantMercuryCur tag on a point. Writable points use the
novantMercuryWrite tag. Likewise histories use the
novantMercuryHis tag. The value of these tags maps to the point ID for the Novant device, which will be in the format of
point dis: "My Point" novantMercuryCur: "p15" novantMercuryWrite: "p15" novantMercuryHis: "p15" equipRef: @equip-id siteRef: @site-id kind: "Number" unit: "kW"
The SkySpark write level will be carried over directly into the downstream I/O device under the Novant gateway. For protocols that support priority, like Bacnet, this means the Bacnet priority array level matches the SkySpark write level. For protocols that do not support priority (such as Modbus) this value is ignored.
The Novant connector supports learning. Once a connector has been added, you can use the Site Builder to walk the device tree and add any or all points.
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on Wed 8th Mar
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