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Sedona Framework™ Support Materials

PPT Icon  Understanding Sedona 1.2 Components

PDF Icon  Using Workbench as a Sedona Tool

PDF Icon  Sedona 1.2 Component Descriptions

PDF Icon  Using Sedona 1.2 Components from Tridium's Kits

Video Icon  Using Sedona Framework – Installing Sedona Framework and Kits (3:28)
Demonstrates a simple method for installing Sedona Framework and component kits from Contemporary Controls using Workbench 3.7 or 3.8 (or a comparable tool) and freely downloadable files from this website.

Sedona Framework™ Downloads

To take advantage of the Sedona logic in the BAScontrol20, your computer must have a copy of either Workbench 3.7 or 3.8 (or a compatible tool).  To use Workbench with the BAScontrol20, your computer must also have a proper installation of Sedona Framework and a Component Bundle — both available via the links below.

Adding Sedona Framework to the Workbench Tool

     

The Niagara Workbench tool can be used to create wire sheets on a Sedona compliant controller such as the BASremote or the BAScontrol20 assuming Sedona Framework is installed in the tool. If in Workbench you can do a File > Open > Open Device operation then Sedona is installed. If not, you can install Sedona Framework into Workbench by following the instructions in our video entitled Installing Sedona Framework and Kits.

The Niagara Workbench tool may come with different names depending upon where the product was obtained. Sedona Framework is provided on one zip file and can be loaded into Workbench versions 3.8 or 3.7. There are different installs for each version so make sure you download the proper version for your tool. Watch the video and follow the instructions. Once Sedona Framework is installed go to the second step in the process entitled Adding Component Bundles to the Workbench Tool below.

ZIP Icon  Free Download:  Sedona Framework TXS bundle for Workbench 3.7.*
ZIP Icon  Free Download:  Sedona Framework TXS bundle for Workbench 3.8. *

*Note: Do not unzip file. File must remain zipped to function.

 

Adding Component Bundles to the Workbench Tool

     

A Sedona controller has a particular personality that describes its features and capabilities. In the jargon of Sedona Framework, a controller is described by its Platform, Kits and Manifests. We simply use the term Kits to describe this personality and the term Component Bundle to indicate what actually must be loaded into the Workbench tool so that the tool understands the personality of the Sedona controller to which it is connected. The Component Bundle contains components for all Contemporary Controls' Sedona controllers and comes as a zip file referenced by a version number. As more capabilities are added to Sedona controllers in the form of additional kits or revised kits, a new Component Bundle is created that reflects the capabilities of current and former versions of Sedona controllers. The component bundle version number is then incremented. To install a component bundle into the Workbench tool follow the instructions in the video entitled Installing Sedona Framework and Kits.

ZIP Icon  Free Download:  Component Bundle 1.0.20 for BAScontrol20 versions 3.0.25 or greater and BASremote versions 3.4.8 or greater.*

*Note: Do not unzip file. File must remain zipped to function.