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NMS Lite - User's Manual ver. 1.1.0


Table of Contents
Legal Noce

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Disclaimer

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Trademarks

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Contact Informaon

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Revision History

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List of gures

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inteliLIGHT NMSLite Product Presentaon

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1. Introducon

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1.1 Scope
2. Smart Server Conguraon
2.1 Connecng the iLon SmartServer to your computer

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2.1.1 Preparing the iLon SmartServer

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2.1.2 Preparing your computer

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2.1.3 Connecng to the iLon SmartServer via NMSLite - SS Conguraon menu

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2.2 SmartServer Conguraon interface

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2.2.1 Connecon & Security tab

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2.2.2 Modem sengs tab

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2.2.3 Time sengs tab

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2.2.4 Schedule sengs tab

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2.2.5 Powerline sengs sengs tab

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2.2.5 iLon Applicaon tab

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2.3 NMSLite Username and Password retrieval


3. Setup Building your network with NMSLite
3.1 SmartServer

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3.1.1 Adding a SmartServer

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3.1.2 Registering a SmartServer on your network

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3.1.3 Eding a SmartServer

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3.2 Commissioning of controllers

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3.3 Schedules

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3.3.1 Lamp scheduling

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3.3.2 Output scheduling

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3.3.3 Adding, eding and removing Events.

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3.4 GPS coordinates

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3.4.1 Displaying your devices on the network map

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3.4.2 Removing devices from the network map.

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3.4.3 Imporng GPS coordinates

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3.4.4 Exporng GPS coordinates

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3.5 Sengs

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3.5.1 General Sengs

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3.5.2 Smart Server Sengs

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3.5.3 Funconal Sengs

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4. Usage How to operate with NMSLite

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4.1 Logging in and out.

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4.2 Navigaon overview

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4.2.1 Main menu

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4.2.2 Network navigaon panel tree structure

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4.2.3 Network map

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4.2.4 Properes panel

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4.3 General Features

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4.3.1. Common window elements

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4.3.2 Network Map Icons

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4.4 Operang the SmartServers

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4.5 Operang the lamps

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4.6 Network map

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4.7 Messages

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4.7.1 Alerts and Errors


4.8 Help
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(b) BEV - BA fuer Eich und Vermessungswesen (Map Data) BEV, 2009
4.3 Belgium
(a) Instut Geographique Naonal - IGN Belgium
(b) Brussels UrbIS - Distribuon & Copyright CIRB/CIBG
4.4 Canada
Google maps of Canada includes data provided from the following:
Source Data: 2009 DMTI Spaal Inc.
Stascs Canada 2005-2008 Road Network File
GeoBase - hp://www.geobase.ca/
Google maps of Canada contains Postal CodeOM Data copied by Google under a sub-license from DMTI Spaal Inc., a party directly licensed by
Canada Post Corporaon. The Canada Post Corporaon le from which this data was copied is dated September 2009 or later.
Google maps du Canada conent des donnes qui ont t reproduites avec l'autorisaon de DMTI Spaal Inc. sur sous-licence de la Socit
canadienne des postes. Le chier de la Socit canadienne des postes d'o proviennent ces donnes est dat de septembre 2009 ou plus tard.
4.5 Croaa, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Slovenia
EuroGeographics

4.6 Denmark
(a) COWI A/S
(b) DAVdata.dk
4.7 Finland
(a) Naonal Land Survey of Finland NLS, 2011
(b) The Finnish Road Administraon /Digiroad 2011
4.8 France and Monaco
(a) IGN France
(b) Principaut de Monaco
4.9 Germany
(a) Bundesamt fr Kartographie und Geodsie - Vermessungsverwaltungen der Bundeslnder und Bundesamt fr Kartographie und Geodsie
(b) Trails and Points of Interest Bayerische Vermessungsverwaltung (www.geodaten.bayern.de)
(c) 2012 Aerowest; municipal of Hilden, City of Oberhausen, City of Konstanz, Wuppertal
4.10 Great Britain
This product contains Ordnance Survey data Crown copyright and database right 2011, Royal Mail data Royal Mail copyright and database right
2011, and Naonal Stascs data Crown copyright and database right 2011 (hp://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/oswebsite/docs/licences
/os-opendata-licence.pdf). All rights reserved.
4.11 Greece
(a) EuroGeographics; Copyright Geomacs Ltd.
(b) 2012 Epsilon Internaonal SA
4.12 Hungary
Copyright 2008 Top-Map Ltd.
4.13 Italy (including Vacan City and San Marino)
(a) Geonext/DeAgosni
(b) 2005 ediMap di Marcello Robberto
4.14 Ireland
(a) An Post GeoDirectory Limited 2012
(b) This product includes mapping data licensed from Ordnance Survey Ireland. Ordnance Survey Ireland year 2009. All rights reserved. Licence
number AND09/09v1.0
4.15 Israel
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internaonal copyright laws and internaonal copyright convenons.
(b) Your use of mapping data is permied only for personal use (unless you are a business user where you can use the mapping for internal use, and
in accordance with Google's terms that apply to the relevant Product) via Google's services.
(c) Unless authorized by these terms or Google's applicable terms of use, you may not: (i) copy, duplicate, reproduce, modify, sell, trade, resale,
reverse engineer, create derivaves, digize, translate or transcode the mapping data; or (ii) use the mapping data with any products, systems,
funcons or applicaons otherwise connected to or in communicaon with vehicles, vehicle navigaon, posioning, dispatch, real me route
guidance, eet management, force management or similar applicaon.
(d) You undertake full responsibility and risk related to your use of the mapping data. Mapa is not responsible to you for the mapping data and does
not make or give to you any representaons or warranes, express and implied, in connecon with the mapping data, including, but not limited to,
the accuracy, completeness, reliability or usability of the mapping data. Therefore, Mapa is not liable to you for any damage or claim whatsoever,
direct or indirect, arising from your use the mapping data.
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of the mapping data accessed from or through Google's Products, including, but not limited to, losses, liabilies, damages, injuries (including injuries
resulng in death), costs and expenses (including legal fees and costs).

4.16 Japan
(a) The Google Maps Japan service includes business lisng data which has been modied by Google based on copyrighted data from third pares.
Using such data without permission may violate copyrights held by Google or other pares, and commercial use is strictly prohibited. You may not
take business lisng data.
(b) Neither Google nor third pares that license data appearing in Google Maps shall be responsible for any damages, including consequenal
damages, arising from the use of this data.
(c) The KANJIDIC diconary les used to create the mapping images or map based content for Japan is copyrighted by the Electronic Diconary
Research and Development Group, and are used in conformance with the Group's license.
4.17 Lebanon
Source: ORION-ME
4.18 Luxembourg
Administraon du Cadastre et de la Topography (ACT)
4.19 Mexico
Source: INEGI (INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE ESTADSTICA Y GEOGRAFA)
4.20 Netherlands
Andes B.V.
4.21 Northern Ireland
Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland
4.22 Norway
ElvegStatens kartverk and Statens vegvesen, N50 KartdataStatens kartverk
4.23 Poland
MulNet data of Poland may not be used to create commercial printed maps or map products.
4.24 Portugal
(a) IgeoE - Portugal
(b) 2012 SRES DRIGOT
(c) CTT-Correios de Portugal, SA
4.25 Russia
GIS Innovatsia 2011, DatabaseTopoRF_1000000 () +, 2006
4.26 Singapore
The Licensed Content used as part of the Services for trac informaon is provided to Google under a license agreement with Quantum Invenons
Pte Ltd.
4.27 South Korea
Based upon electronic data SK Energy Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. Korean Associaon Survey and Mapping Review Completed No. 2006-329
(2007-01-06).
4.28 Spain
Informacin geogrca propiedad del CNIG
4.29 Sweden
(a) 2009 Cartesia GIS AB
(b) Lantmteriet/Metria
(c) Swedish Environmental Protecon Agency
(d) 2009 Vgverket
(e) Based upon electronic data Naonal Land Survey Sweden

4.30 Switzerland
(a) Swisstopo
(b) Swiss Postal Data are Die Schweizerische Post. You are not permied, at any one me, to use Swiss Postal Data to provide, display or provide
access to mass downloads or bulk feeds of numerical latude and longitude coordinates.
(c) BSF Swissphoto
4.31 South Africa
AfriGIS (Pty) Ltd
4.32 Ukraine
Transnavicom - hp://www.transnavi.com/
4.33 United States. Google maps of the United States include data provided from the following sources:
(a) U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - hp://www.fws.gov/
(b) U.S. Census Bureau - hp://www.census.gov/
(c) USDA Forest Service - hp://www.fs.fed.us/
(d) U.S. Geological Survey, Gap Analysis Program (GAP) - hp://gapanalysis.nbii.gov/PADUS
(e) U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Geographic Names Informaon System (GNIS) - hp://geonames.usgs.gov/
(f) U.S. Geological Survey, Naonal Hydrography Dataset (NHD) - hp://nhd.usgs.gov/
(g) U.S. Geological Survey, Topographic Maps - hp://topomaps.usgs.gov/
(h) U.S. Geological Survey - hp://www.usgs.gov/
(i) U.S. Coast Guard - hp://www.uscg.mil/
(j) University of New Hampshire - hp://ccom.unh.edu/
(k) U.S. Naonal Parks Service - hp://www.nps.gov
(l) U.S. Department of Transportaon, Research and Innovave Technology Administraon - hp://www.rita.dot.gov/
4.34 Worldwide
2010 Europa Technologies
5 Business Lisngs Data.
5.1 Google Local Business Lisngs in France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark and Israel
When you search for local lisngs in France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark and Israel, your search results may include content (including
business lisngs and related informaon) which has been supplied by Kapitol S.A. (trading as Infobel) (the "Infobel Content"). The intellectual
property rights in the Infobel Content are owned by Kapitol S.A. or its licensors. The Infobel Content may only be used in accordance with these
Terms of Service and the applicable terms and condions of Kapitol S.A. If you know that your business lisng is supplied by Kapitol S.A., and you
have any quesons about it you should contact them directly.
5.2 Google Local Business Lisngs in the United States
When you search for local lisngs, Google displays business lisngs which may be supplied by Acxiom Corporaon and/or infoUSA Inc. ("Axciom"
and/or "infoUSA"). This informaon is proprietary to those corporaons and is protected under U.S. copyright law and internaonal treaty
provisions. This informaon is licensed for your personal or professional use and may not be resold or provided to others. Except as permied
through the Products, you may not distribute, sell, rent, sublicense, or lease such informaon, in whole or in part to any third party; and you will not
make such informaon available in whole or in part to any other user in any networked or me-sharing environment, or transfer the informaon in
whole or in part to any computer other than the PC used to access this informaon.
5.3 Google Local Business Lisngs in Brazil
When you search for local lisngs in Brazil, your search results may include content (including business lisngs and related informaon) that has
been supplied by TeleListas S/A. The intellectual property rights in this content are owned by TeleListas or its licensors, and may only be used in
accordance with these Terms of Service and any applicable terms and condions of TeleListas. If you know that your business lisng is supplied by
TeleListas and you have any quesons about it, you should contact them directly.
5.4 Google Local Business Lisngs in Turkey
When you search for local lisngs in Turkey, your search results may include content (including business lisngs and related informaon) that has
been supplied by Turkey Yellow Pages (Yellow.com.tr). The intellectual property rights in this content are owned by Turkey Yellow Pages or its

licensors, and may only be used in accordance with these Terms of Service and any applicable terms and condions of Turkey Yellow Pages. If you
know that your business lisng is supplied by Turkey Yellow Pages and you have any quesons about it, you should contact them directly.
5.5 Google Local Business Lisngs in Kenya
When you search for local lisngs in Kenya, your search results may include content (including business lisngs and related informaon) that has
been supplied by Yellow Pages Kenya Ltd (www.yellow.co.ke). The intellectual property rights in this content are owned by Yellow Pages Kenya or its
licensors, and may only be used in accordance with these Terms of Service and any applicable terms and condions of Yellow Pages Kenya Ltd. If you
know that your business lisng is supplied by Yellow Pages Kenya Ltd and you have any quesons about it, you should contact them directly.
5.6 Google Local Business Lisngs in Egypt
When you search for local lisngs in Egypt, your search results may include content (including business lisngs and related informaon) that has
been supplied by Egypt Yellow Pages Limited (yellow.com.eg). The intellectual property rights in this content are owned by Egypt Yellow Pages
Limited or its licensors, and may only be used in accordance with these Terms of Service and any applicable terms and condions of Egypt Yellow
Pages Limited. If you know that your business lisng is supplied by Egypt Yellow Pages Limited and you have any quesons about it, you should
contact them directly.
5.7 Google Local Business Lisngs in Saudi Arabia
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has been supplied by Al Wahda Express Saudi Arabia (www.daleeli.com). The intellectual property rights in this content are owned by Al Wahda
Express Saudi Arabia or its licensors, and may only be used in accordance with these Terms of Service and any applicable terms and condions of Al
Wahda Express Saudi Arabia. If you know that your business lisng is supplied by Al Wahda Express Saudi Arabia and you have any quesons about
it, you should contact them directly.
5.8 Google Local Business Lisngs in Bulgaria
When you search for local lisngs in Bulgaria, your search results may include content (including business lisngs and related informaon) that has
been supplied by New Europe Directories Bulgaria EOOD (www.goldenpages.bg). The intellectual property rights in this content are owned by New
Europe Directories Bulgaria EOOD or its licensors, and may only be used in accordance with these Terms of Service and any applicable terms and
condions of New Europe Directories Bulgaria EOOD. If you know that your business lisng is supplied by New Europe Directories Bulgaria EOOD and
you have any quesons about it, you should contact them directly.
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Google Earth. Kakadu is a trademark of NewSouth Innovaons Ltd.
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Revision History
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List of igures
Figure

Descripon

Figure 1

Adding a Smart Server

Figure 2

Commissioning controllers

Figure 3

Schedule

Figure 4

Smart Server Sengs

Figure 5

Funconal Sengs

Figure 6

Login box

Figure 7

NMS Lite

Figure 8

Operang the SmartServer

Figure 9

Operang the lamps

Figure 10

Network map
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inteliLIGHT NMSLite Product Presentation


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1. Introduction
This document is an in depth manual for the inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaon. This document is intended to serve as a resource for anyone who is
using the applicaon or is willing set up the components of the network, which are the Smart Server and the controllers.
Product features:
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1.1 Scope
This document provides detailed informaon on using the inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaon. The following secons are included in this manual:
Chapter 1 Introducon: This secon provides an introducon to the inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaon and explains the general navigaon principles
for users who are new to the soware.
Chapter 2 Smart Server Conguraon: This secon provides an introducon to the inteliLIGHT NMSLite Conguraon interface.
Chapter 3 Setup: This chapter contains useful informaon on how to set up your inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaon to be able to control your
lighng networks components, the SmartServer and controllers.
Chapter 4 Usage: This chapter contains useful informaon on how to use the inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaon.
Chapter 5 FAQ: This secon provides answers to frequently asked quesons.
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2. Smart Server Coniguration


This secon provides an introducon to the inteliLIGHT NMSLite Conguraon interface. Before using the inteliLIGHT NMSLite soware you will
need to congure your Echelon iLon SmartServer using the Conguraon applicaon.

2.1 Connecting the iLon SmartServer to your computer


2.1.1 Preparing the iLon SmartServer

In order to connect the iLon SmartServer to your computer you will need to make sure that the SmartServer is congured with factory default
sengs or make sure that you know the IP of the SmartServer. However due to all the sengs SmartServers have we advise you to use one that
comes with factory defaults.
More info on how to set your SmartServer to factory defaults, can be found in the FAQ chapter of this manual.
2.1.2 Preparing your computer

In order to prepare your computer, go to your Network Adapters sengs which can be found in Network Connecon / Your Ethernet Adapter /
Properes / Internet Protocol Version 4 and set you IP and Subnet mask according to the following model:
IP address: 192.168.1.xxx (in case of factory default configured SmartServer)
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Once both your SmartServer and computer are congured correctly you will be able to connect to the SmartServer via the NMSLite.
2.1.3 Connecting to the iLon SmartServer via NMSLite - SS Coniguration menu

This is the login tab to the Conguraon interface and it allows you to connect to your iLon SmartServer via NMSLite.
Parameters:
IP address: the IP address of the SmartServer, by default this is 192.168.1.222.

Port: the port used to connect to the SmartServer, by default this is 80.
User: username, by default this is ilon.
Password: password, by default this is ilon.

2.2 SS Coniguration interface


The conguraon interface consist of six tabs as described below:
Connecon & Security: Connecon and security parameters to your iLon SmartServer.
Modem: Modem sengs can be set here.
Time: Time server, mezone, localizaon sengs can be set here
Schedule: Adding, eding, deleng Schedule entries.
Power line: SmartServer parameters can be set here.
iLon Applicaon: iLon AppInternal, Funconal blocks, templates can be set here.
2.2.1 Connection & security settings tab

The Connecon & security sengs contains connecvity data to your SmartServer.
Parameters:
IP address: your SmartServers IP address.
Subnet Mask:
Default Gateway:
HTTP Port:
FTP user:
FTP password:
Connection username:
Connection password:
Reboot: SmartServer reboot.
2.2.2 Modem settings tab

This area contains data which is needed when connecng to your SmartServer via a modem.
Parameters:
Type: Modem type.
Pin number: SIM card PIN code.
Connection name:
Phone number:
GPRS / Persistent GPRS:
Username:
Password:
Remote DNS Server:
Disconnect if idle for:
PPP Authentication for Outgoing Calls:
Dynamic DNS:
Host name (complete):
Username:
Password:
2.2.3 Time settings tab

Parameters:
Default time server:
Backup time server:
Last time sync:
Time zone:
Date and local time:
Refresh:
Latitude (Deg):
Longitude (Deg):
Sunset:
Sunrise:
2.2.4 Schedule settings tab

In order to add schedule entries make sure your Smart Server is in Standalone Mode, the AppInternal is commissioned and the missing funconal
blocks have been created. To check please click on the iLon Applicaon tab.
Operaons:
Add entry
Delete entry
Parameters:
Name: Entry name
Pattern: Monday to Sunday
2.2.5 Power line settings tab

Parameters:
Channel Type:
Repeating:
Use round trip delay:
Use minimal offline time:
Use offline delay:
Use transmit timer:
Use retry count:
2.2.6 iLon Application tab

Important! In order to be able to operate your iLon SmartServer check the following steps:
The SmartServer is set to Standalone mode.
App Internal is commissioned.
All the missing funconal blocks have been created.
Your Flashnet or Echelon controller templates have been uploaded.
Operaons:
Switch to Standalone mode: Sets the SmartServer to Standalone Mode.
Commission iLon App Internal: Sends a commissioning command to the iLon App Internal.
Create missing blocks: Creates all funconal blocks: Real me clock, Internal contactor, Pules counter, Lamp schedule, Output
schedule.
Upload templates: Allows you to upload Flashnet or Echelon controller templates.

2.3 NMSLite Username and Password retrieval


At the wring of this manual there is no automac opon to retrieve your username and password. We might consider introducing such opon, but
unl further noce please contact the FlashNet team to have you registered and receive your username and password.
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3. Setup Building your network with NMSLite


SHORT INFO:
THIS CHAPTER CONTAINS INFORMATION ON HOW TO SET UP YOUR INTELILIGHT NMSLITE APPLICATION.

This chapter contains useful informaon on how to set up your inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaon to be able to control your lighng networks
components, the SmartServer and controllers. We assume that you have already completed the conguraon of your equipment, described in the
previous chapter.

3.1 SmartServer
The inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaon can control up to 5 SmartServers, if your project exceeds this limit, please contact Flashnet to discuss the
benets of our commercial soluon.
Within the inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaon you are able to add, edit and remove SmartServers from you system.
3.1.1 Adding a SmartServer

In order to add a SmartServer click on the Add smart server buon on the top le part of the screen and ll in the following informaon.
Parameters:
Name: A name of your choosing.
IP address: Smart servers IP address.
Port: Port
Username: Smart servers user name.
Password: Smart servers password.
GPS Lat: Latude used on the network map.
GPS Long: Longitude used on the network map.
Pulse counter (KW / h):
Pulse counter dif (W):
Relay state: Smart Server built in contactor ON / OFF.
Notes: User dened notes.

Figure 1 - Adding a Smart Server

Notes:
Once you ll in all needed informaon click the Save buon. Your SmartServer icon will be blue at this point.
The GPS coordinates are oponal, they can be set later for both the smart server and the controllers with simple drag and drop operaons by
entering GPS Posioning mode.
3.1.2 Registering a SmartServer on your network

Once you added the SmartServer you can register it by right clicking it and then selecng the Register feature. In case of success the Smart Server
registered successfully! Press OK to inialize message will appear and aer imporng the data from it, the SmartServer icon will turn green.
In case of failure make sure you check all parameters described in 3.1.1 Adding a SmartServer.
3.1.3 Editing a SmartServer

In order to enable eding, select the desired SmartServer from the tree structure on your le side of the screen and then click the Edit buon on
the top right part of your screen. You will be able to modify all the parameters describe in 3.1.1 Adding a SmartServer.
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3.2 Commissioning of controllers


SHORT INFO:
CONTROLLER COMMISSIONING

In order to commission controllers make sure you have added devices to your network using the Conguraon applicaon as described in 2.2.5
Funconal sengs tab.
You will also have to set the Context for the selected device. You can do this from the Sengs / Smart Server Sengs page.
Once this has been done follow the below instruccons:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Select an unused device by expanding the tree structure of the selected SmartServer.
Click on the Neuron ID checkbox on the right side of your screen.
Fill in the Neuron ID eld, make sure you enter the correct value.
Click on the Install buon.

Aer a successful commissioning you should be able to operate your device.

Figure 2 - Commissioning controllers


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3.3 Schedules
SHORT INFO:
SCHEDULE ADMINISTRATION

There are two types of schedules, one for the controllers called Lamp scheduling and another one for the SmartServer called Output scheduling.
There are also two groups of schedules based on the days of the week, one for the weekdays and another one for the weekends. By default
Weekday consists of the days from Monday unl Friday and Weekend consists of Saturday and Sunday, but these groups are customizable in the
Conguraon applicaon, as described in 2.2.5 Funconal sengs tab.
The hierarchical structure of a Schedule is built on three levels:
ex. Lamp scheduling / Daily / Event 1, 2, N.
The Events have dierent parameters based on their rst parameter named Absolute me which can have two values: Yes / No
1. Absolute me Yes
Parameters:
Exact time: Starng me for the desired acon.
Action: Selecon from Lamp on, Lamp o, Lamp dimming 50% - 90%.
2. Absolute me No
Parameters:
Offset: Oset value according to the When? parameter.
When?: Starng me for the desired acon.
What?: Sunrise or Sunset.
Action: Selecon from Lamp on, Lamp o, Lamp dimming 50% - 90%.
Actual time: Automac value based on the above.

Figure 3 - Schedule

3.3.1 Lamp scheduling

This is the schedule for the controllers or lamps. You can create as many events as you want in any of the two main groups Weekday and
Weekend. (to be expanded example)
3.3.2 Output scheduling

This is the schedule for the contactor found in the SmartServer. (to be expanded more info on the contactor)
3.3.3 Adding, editing and removing Events

You can create as many Events as you want for both Lamp and Output groups. In order to do this right click the desired Weekday or
Weekend selecon and click Add event.
Once your new event has been created simply ll in the parameters described in 3.3 Schedules.
In order to edit and event, select it on the le side of your screen and simply overwrite the values in the Event properes selecon.
Deleng an event can be done by right clicking it and selecng the Remove event opon.
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3.4 GPS coordinates


GPS coordinates, latude and longitude are being used for displaying both controllers and SmartServer on your network map.
The operaon for adding, eding or removing the coordinates are the same for both SmartServers and controllers.
3.4.1 Displaying your devices on the network map

Both your SmartServers and controllers can be set on your network map, by a simple drag and drop operaon. To do so, follow the instrucons
below:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Enable GPS posioning by clicking the GPS posioning buon on your network map.
Select a controller or SmartServer from your tree structure, right click it and select Set GPS coordinates.
Le click the network map exactly where you would like the selected device to be posioned.
Keep in mind that you can set, edit GPS coordinates for as many devices as you want.
Click the Save buon to save your changes.

The same operaon should be done for eding the coordinates.


3.4.2 Removing devices from the network map

To remove a device from the network map do the following steps:


1.
2.
3.
4.

Enable GPS posioning by clicking the GPS posioning buon on your network map.
Select a controller or SmartServer from your tree structure, right click it and select Unset GPS coordinates.
Keep in mind that you can set, edit GPS coordinates for as many devices as you want.
Click the Save buon to save your changes.

3.4.3 Importing GPS coordinates

Since the Latude and Longitude parameters of the controllers are stored on the SmartServer, it is possible to import and export them from, to a CSV
le.
The used CSV le has a simple structure of three columns: Device Name, Latude, Longitude.
To import coordinates follow the below instrucons:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Go to the Sengs / Smart Server Sengs menu.


Select the desired SmartServer from the table.
Select Browse at the Import GPS coordinates opon.
Browse for your CSV le and click Open.

3.4.4 Exporting GPS coordinates

The coordinates of your devices are stored on your SmartServer and can be exported to a CSV le, that has a simple structure of three columns:
Device Name, Latude, Longitude.
To export your controllers coordinates to a CSV le follow the steps below:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Go to the Sengs / Smart Server Sengs menu.


Select the desired SmartServer from the table.
Select Browse at the Export GPS coordinates opon.
Create a CSV le and click Save.
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3.5 Settings
The Sengs menu is divided in three parts: General Sengs, Smart Server Sengs and Funconal Sengs.
3.5.1 General Settings

In order to access the General Sengs, click on the Sengs and then click on General Sengs in the main menu.
Parameters:
Start maximized: by checking this seng, the NMSLite applicaon will start maximized.
Refresh interval (seconds): interval for querying the smartserver. It is recommended to not use a very small value
(seconds).
Show icon for modules with no GPS coordinates: displays a blue dot icon for the devices without GPS coordinates.
In order to make the modicaon eecve, dont forget to click on the Save buon.
3.5.2 Smart Server Settings

In order to access the Smart Server Sengs, go to Sengs and then click on Smart Server Sengs in the main menu.
This page shows all your registered Smart Servers together with their devices and allows you to congure the devices according to the Context
templates found in the Funconal Sengs menu. In order to operate, each Device needs to have an assigned Context. For more informaon
about Context refer to Chapter 3.5.3 Funconal Sengs.
Registered smart servers
This table shows all the Smart Servers you have registered with your account and gives you the possibility to unregister them.
Parameters:
IP/host: Smart Server's IP address.
Port: Port
Unique ID: Smart Server's MAC Address
Name: User dened name
Notes: User dened notes
Operation: Oers the possibility of Unregistering the selected Smart Server
In use: Yes / No
Available modules

This table shows all the devices that have been added to the selected Smart Servers.
It also oers the possibility to set / remove the funconal "Context" of each controller. For more informaon about Context refer to Chapter 3.5.3
Funconal Sengs.
Parameters:
Name: Device name
Current status: Device current status
Context: Given context
Module type: Controller type
Driver: Controller driver
Dimmings: On / O / Dimming levels
More about Context
FPX 1 Main (on some installations better known as "FPX-B"): Flashnet FPX-210 controller used in "Contactor"
context.
FPX 1 Backup (on some installations better known as "FPX-A"): Flashnet FPX-210 controller used in
"Backup" context.
FPX 3 Main (on some installations better known as "FPX-B"): Flashnet FPX-220 controller used in "Contactor"
context.
FPX 3 Backup (on some installations better known as "FPX-A"): Flashnet FPX-220 controller used in
"Backup" context.
Lamp FN1: Flashnet FPM-150 or FPM-400 controller used in "Lamp controller" context.
Lamp FN2: Flashnet FPM-402 controller used in "Lamp controller" context.
Lamp FN3: Flashnet FPE-220 controller used in "Lamp controller" context.
Lamp FN3 On/Off: Flashnet FPE-220 controller used in "Lamp controller" context.
Lamp OLC: Echelon controller used in "Lamp controller" context.
Adding devices - Creang slots
To create devices on you Smart Server, ll in the "From" and "To" elds then press Create.
This will create "empty" devices named with "L" and an order number, based on your selecon. For example if you would like to operate 10
controllers, use "1" and "10" as input. This will create L-001 up to L-010.
Parameters:
From: First device being created
To: Last device being created
Removing devices - Removing slots
In order to remove devices, make a selecon in the "Available modules" table then click "Remove".
Imporng GPS coordinates
Parameters:
Import GPS coordinates: as described in 3.4.2 Imporng GPS coordinates
Export GPS coordinates: as described in 3.4.2 Exporng GPS coordinates
In order to make the modicaon eecve, dont forget to click on the Save buon.

Figure 4 - Smart Server Sengs

3.5.3 Functional Settings

In order to access the Funconal Sengs, go to Sengs and then click on Funconal Sengs in the main menu..
In this page you can Add / Delete / Edit contexts. A context is a template which denes the way a controller operates. It should contain On, O and
supported Dimming levels (if supported) for the controllers they are assigned to. NMSLite comes with a few pre-dened Contexts, but it also oers
you the posibility of creang new ones.
Parameters:
Code: Context name
Description: Context description
Driver: Currently suported are Flashnet 1.0 (FPM-150 and FPM-400 controllers), Flashnet 2.0
(FPM-402 controller), Flashnet 3.0 (FPX-220 and FPE-220 controllers), OLC (Echelon controller)
Module type: Lamp / Main contactor / Backup contactor
Turn on: Turn on value
Turn off: Turn off value
Dimming values: dimming values. Always make sure that your lamp supports dimming. Improper
usage may damage your devices.
In order to make the modicaon eecve, dont forget to click on the Save buon.

Figure 5 - Funconal Sengs


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4. Usage How to operate with NMSLite


SHORT INFO:
THIS CHAPTER CONTAINS INFORMATION ON HOW TO USE THE INTELILIGHT NMSLITE APPLICATION.

This chapter contains useful informaon on how to use the inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaon. We assume that you have already completed the
conguraon of your equipment, described in 2. Conguraon and also set up your network according to 3. Setup Building your network with
NMSLite.

4.1 Logging in and out


Before logging in to the inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaon you have to make sure that you have a valid username and password. For more informaon
regarding the user management please consult 2.3 NMSLite Username and Password retrieval. Without a proper username and password you wont
be able to access the NMSLite applicaon.
1. The NMSLite is a standalone applicaon wrien in Java, so in order to run it requires JRE installed on your system. You can download
JRE from: www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html
2. On the login screen, enter an inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaon username and password.
3. On successful login you will be taken to the inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaons home page.
Note
Please make sure that your username and password is and remains condenal.

Figure 6 - Login box


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4.2 Navigation overview


The inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaon can be described as having four secons.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Main menu
Network navigaon panel tree structure
Network map
Properes panel

Figure 7 - NMS Lite

4.2.1 Main menu

The main menu provides access to the dierent parts of the inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaon.
Map
Messages

Sengs
Help & About
SS Conguraon
Exit
4.2.2 Network navigation panel tree structure

This is tree structure, which displays and overview of your electric network. It makes possible to browse, operate your network, display the
SmartServers, schedules and controllers which have been added to your network.
4.2.3 Network map

Provides easy to read and view informaon about lamps and smartservers. Displays and oers help in locang the errors and alerts present on the
electric network.
4.2.4 Properties panel

This panel displays informaon on selected elements like: SmartServers, controllers, Schedules and also gives the possibility to add and edit these
elements.
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4.3 General Features


Some standard convenons are used throughout the inteliLIGHT NMSLite applicaon. These convenons are being described in this secon.
4.3.1. Common window elements

Table 1 describes some of the features that are common to many of the inteliLIGHT StreetLight Control NMS applicaon windows.
Image

Name

Descripon

Save
Cancel
Edit
Edit disabled
Details
Details inacve
Locate on map
Delete
Delete inacve
Edit
Edit inacve
Approve
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4.3.2 Network Map Icons

Table 2 describes the icons and buons used in the inteliLIGHT StreetLight Control NMS applicaon.
Image

Name

Descripon

Dialogue

Accept

Accept

Error

Error

Info

Info

Queson

Queson

Map
Lamp On

Lamp On Alert

Lamp O

Lamp O Alert

Lamp Dimming

Lamp Dimming Alert

Contactor O

Contactor O Alert

Contactor On

Contactor On Alert

Backup Contactor O

Backup Contactor O Alert

Backup Contactor On

Backup Contactor On Alert

Commissioning in Progress

Uncommissioned

Unknown
Smart Server Error

Smart Server Inialized


Menu
Contactor Close
Contactor Open
Event Add
Event Remove
Go to locaon
Lamp Dimming
Lamp O
Lamp On
Module Add
Refresh
Set GPS
Smart Server Add
Smart Server Filters
Smart Server Inialize
Smart Server Register
Smart Server Remove
Smart Server Unregister
Unset GPS
Tree structure
Lamp On
Lamp O
Lamp Dimming
Contactor On
Contactor O
Backup Contactor On
Backup Contactor O
Lamp Oine
Commissioning in Progress
Uncommissioned
Unknown

Map Icon
Scheduler
Scheduler Event
Scheduler Weekday
Scheduler Weekend
Smart Server Error
Smart Server Inialized
Smart Server Filters
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4.4 Operating the SmartServers


Before being able to operate a SmartServer, make sure you have installed one successfully as described in 3.1.1 Adding a SmartServer.
When right clicking a registered SmartServer in normal mode (not in GPS Posioning mode), you will have the following opons:
Refresh lamps: refresh the status of all lamps by reading all controllers belonging to the selected SmartServer.
All lamps on: turns all lamps on.
All lamps off: turns all lamps o.
Dimming: sets all lamps to the selected dimming percentage.
Filter: lamp lter based on the selecons below. (All, Errors, no Errors, Alerts, no Alerts, Commissioned, Uncommissioned,
Occupied slots, Unoccupied slots.)
Unregister: unregisters the SmartServer. This acon requires connecon to a FlashNet server.
Remove: delete the SmartServer from the NMSLite applicaon.
While in GPS Posioning mode you have the following opons:
Move to (only in GPS positioning mode): will set focus on the SmartServer and also adjust the network map to
display the selected SmartServer.
Set GPS coordinates (only in GPS positioning mode): sets GPS coordinates to the selected SmartServer. By
doing this, the SmartServer will be shown on the network map at the dened coordinates.
Unset GPS coordinates (only in GPS positioning mode): Removes the SmartServers coordinates. This will
remove the SmartServer from the network map.

Figure 8 - Operang the SmartServer


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4.5 Operating the lamps


In order to operate lamps you must make sure you have managed to commission the controllers as described in 3.2 Commissioning of controllers.
When right clicking a controller (lamp) in normal mode (not in GPS Posioning mode), you can have the following opons:

Refresh lamp: will refresh the status of the selected lamp by reading its controller via SmartServer.
Lamp on: turns the lamp on.
Lamp off: turns the lamp o.
Dimming: sets the lamp to the selected dimming percentage.
Zoom to location: sets focus on the lamp if the GPS coordinates are set.
While in GPS Posioning mode you have the following opons:
Move to (only in GPS positioning mode): will set focus on the lamp and also adjust the network map to display the
selected lamp.
Set GPS coordinates (only in GPS positioning mode): sets GPS coordinates to the selected lamp. By doing this,
the lamp will be shown on the network map at the dened coordinates.
Unset GPS coordinates (only in GPS positioning mode): Removes the lamps coordinates. This will remove the
lamp from the network map.

Figure 9 - Operang the lamps


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4.6 Network map


SHORT INFO:
VISIBLE ELEMENTS: CITY MAP, SMARTSERVERS, CONTROLLERS
FUNCTIONS: PROVIDES THE ABILITY TO CONTROL (TURN ON, OFF, DIMMING) AND VIEW DATA OF LAMPS CONTROLLED BY CONTROLLERS.

Funcons and commands:


Provides easy to read informaon about lamps and smartservers. Displays and help in locang the errors and alerts present on the electric
network.
Zoom in, zoom out
Informaon about lamps (Name, State, NeuronID, GPS Lon and Lat, Command, Status, Power, Voltage, Current, On me, Alerts, Notes)
Commands: on, o, dimming single lamp or all lamps of the selected Smart Server. Posioning of lamps based on drag and drop
acons.
Filters
Resizable window with full screen feature.
Custom Base layers.

Figure 10 - Network map


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4.7 Messages
SHORT INFO:
TABLE CONTAINING SYSTEM ERRORS AND ALERTS.

The Messages tab is for viewing and exporng system errors and alerts.
This page is a table which allows you to browse through a table containing open and closed alerts and errors. It also oers funconalies like
ltering and exporng.
Headers:
Appeared on: date and me of the alert or error.
Smart Server:
Module:
Type: Warning / Alert
Message: for more informaon read 4.7.1 Alerts and Errors
Closed on: End date and me of the alert or error.
4.7.1 Alerts and Errors

Below you have the list of alerts and errors, which is subject to change:

String

Meaning

Lamp stuck on
Lamp measurement error
Hardware error ag
Strike fail
Lamp error ag
Heavy icker ag
Light icker ag
Lamp stabilizing
Dimming disabled ag
Internal comm failure (i2c) echelon
Pole door open
Pole voltage detected
Pole impact
Overvoltage
Overcurrent
Short circuit
Fuse trip
Capacitor on
Capacitor fail
Capacitor short or overcurrent
Dimming level changed
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4.8 Help
This is the page you are viewing at the moment. It oers informaon regarding the NMSLite applicaon.
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5. FAQ
Problem

Soluon

Cant log in?

Make sure you are using a correct username and password. Please contact your support team if you have lost or
forgoen your login details.

Turn on lamp
checklist

1. Make sure the smart server is up and running (green icon)


2. Make sure the controllers are commissioned
3. Right click the desired lamp and click turn on.
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