The Web server component for the Web interface can be accessed in the following ways:

  • As a localhost Web server within ABT Site.
  • Use the Online component of ABT Site to access the web interface through a localhost Web server.
  • This instance of the web interface provides access to each device on the network; you can access both supported IP devices and supported MS/TP devices, such as PXC4 automation stations and PXC5 operating and monitoring devices.
  • As an embedded Web server in supported devices, such as PXC4 and PXC5 automation stations.
  • Either use the Online component of ABT Site to open a Web browser or access the device directly through any standard Web browser.

Web browser compatibility

Browser compatibility

Grade

Browsers

Grade A
Recommended web browser for standard operator units

Google Chrome on desktop
Google Chrome on Android tablet
Google Chrome on Surface tablet
Microsoft Edge on Surface tablet
PXM40-1, PXM50-1

  • Fully tested and supposed browsers.
  • All functions are available and can be carried out as documented

Grade B
Compatible web browser

Microsoft Edge on desktop
PXM30-1

  • Fully tested and supported browsers.
  • Basic functions are available and can be carried out as documented.
  • Deviations in terms of display and operation to recommended browsers and small screens are possible (font etc).

Grade C
Partially compatible standard web browsers

Firefox

All web browsers on iOS devices

  • Minimally tested browsers.
  • Not supported with the Web Interface.
  • Access to the web server is possible in principle.

 

Using the PXC4/5/7 web interface on a BACnet/IP network

The connection options for using the web interface on a BACnet/IP network are shown in the following Figure.

Figure 1: BACnet/IP options for connecting to the web interface

① The web interface

Connections ⓐ and ⓑ in the Figure provide access to all devices on the network, such as room automation stations and routers.

② Web browser

  • Connection ⓐ provides access to all devices on the network, such as room automation stations and routers.
  • Connection ⓑ only provides access to the locally connected device.

Using the PXC4/5/7 web interface on a BACnet MS/TP network

The connection options for using the web interface on a BACnet MS/TP network are shown in the following Figure.

Figure 2: BACnet MS/TP options for connecting to the web interface

 

③ The web interface

Connections ⓐ and ⓑ in the Figure provide access to all devices on the network, such as room automation stations and routers.

Web browser

Connection is limited to the locally connected device.