1. Picture 1. Fan buttons show current Fan speed for each fan If the Fan is selected to be EC motor, the fan speed is displayed as percentage between OFF(0%) and 100% If the Fan is selected to be 3 speed motor, the fan speed is displayed as one of the following OFF, 1/3, 2/3, 3/3
    • Picture 1. Fan buttons show current Fan speed for each fan

    • If the Fan is selected to be EC motor, the fan speed is displayed as percentage between OFF(0%) and 100%

    • If the Fan is selected to be 3 speed motor, the fan speed is displayed as one of the following OFF, 1/3, 2/3, 3/3

    • Picture 1. If both Fans are enabled, click desired Fan icon to enter the Setpoints submenu

    • You entered the Fan Setpoints submenu (Picture 2.)

    • Picture 2. Press the Fan Speed button to enter the Fan speed Setpoint Menu (Picture 3.)

    • Picture 3. is the Fan Speed Setpoints Submenu

  2. In Fan speed submenu, press the button Off to switch the Fan Off. The button becomes darker indicating that this is selected option. Picture 1. Top title line shows the current selected speed (Off) as well The voltage level on the Analog Output 1 (for Fan 1) or Analog Output 2 (for Fan 2) should be equal to corresponding EC or 3-speed OFF Voltage level in Parameters menus
    • In Fan speed submenu, press the button Off to switch the Fan Off. The button becomes darker indicating that this is selected option. Picture 1.

    • Top title line shows the current selected speed (Off) as well

    • The voltage level on the Analog Output 1 (for Fan 1) or Analog Output 2 (for Fan 2) should be equal to corresponding EC or 3-speed OFF Voltage level in Parameters menus

    • In Fan speed submenu, press the button On to switch the Fan On. The button becomes darker indicating that this is selected option. Picture 2.

    • Top title line shows the current selected speed (On) as well

    • The voltage level on the Analog Output 1 (for Fan 1) or Analog Output 2 (for Fan 2) should be equal to speed showed in the bottom right row and the corresponding EC or 3-speed Voltage level set in Parameters menus

    • In Fan speed submenu, press the button Timer On to switch the Fan in automatic mode. In this mode Fan follows the Scheduler set in Menu. The button becomes darker indicating that this is selected option. Picture 3.

    • Top title line shows the current selected speed (On or Off) as well. An icon indicating the device is following Scheduler also turns on. Speed is determined based on the schedule and the selected speed and corresponding voltage levels

  3. If you want to use a 3 speed fan go to Advanced Parameters 1 Menu, set the Fan to 3 speed motor Picutre 3. demonstrates the setting in Parameters 01 Go to a Fan Setpoint Submenu
    • If you want to use a 3 speed fan go to Advanced Parameters 1 Menu, set the Fan to 3 speed motor

    • Picutre 3. demonstrates the setting in Parameters 01

    • Go to a Fan Setpoint Submenu

    • Picture 1. Press Speed button (bottom row right) to enter a submenu to set speed

    • This speed will apply only if the Fan speed is set on ON or if Timer is ON

    • Picture 2. - Shows the submenu to change speed for 3 speed fans. You can choose one of the three speeds, and an AUTO value

    • AUTO Value - the speed is set by PID values, based on difference between Selected Setpoint and the Current sensor value (e.g. difference between desired room temperature and current room temperature)

    • After pressing the desired speed the top row speed indicator will change to reflect the change

  4. AUTO Value - the speed is set by PID values, based on difference between Selected Setpoint and the Current sensor value (e.g. difference between desired room temperature and current room temperature) The selected value is displayed in the top row, and with the shade around the selected button 3 speeds can be selected by three buttons. Automatic selection of speed is selected by pressing AUTO button
    • AUTO Value - the speed is set by PID values, based on difference between Selected Setpoint and the Current sensor value (e.g. difference between desired room temperature and current room temperature)

    • The selected value is displayed in the top row, and with the shade around the selected button

    • 3 speeds can be selected by three buttons. Automatic selection of speed is selected by pressing AUTO button

    • Press buttons to change values

    • Press Back to return to previous screen

  5. If you want to use a EC fan go to Advanced Parameters 1 Menu, set the Fan to EC motor Picutre 3. demonstrates the setting in Parameters 01 Go to a Fan Setpoint Submenu on Home Screen  (Picture 1.)
    • If you want to use a EC fan go to Advanced Parameters 1 Menu, set the Fan to EC motor

    • Picutre 3. demonstrates the setting in Parameters 01

    • Go to a Fan Setpoint Submenu on Home Screen (Picture 1.)

    • Picture 1. Press Speed button (bottom row right) to enter a submenu to set speed

    • This speed will apply only if the Fan speed is set on ON or if Timer is ON)

    • Picture 2. - Shows the submenu to change speed for 3 speed fans. You can choose one of the three speeds, and an AUTO value

    • AUTO Value - the speed is set by PID values, based on difference between Selected Setpoint and the Current sensor value (e.g. difference between desired room temperature and current room temperature)

  6. Picture 2.  Shows the submenu to change speed for EC motor. You can press + or - button to increase EC speed in steps of 5% (scale is determined from Parameters 2 and 3 voltages) Press + and -button to increase and decrease speed by 5%
    • Picture 2. Shows the submenu to change speed for EC motor. You can press + or - button to increase EC speed in steps of 5% (scale is determined from Parameters 2 and 3 voltages)

    • Press + and -button to increase and decrease speed by 5%

    • After pressing the desired speed the top row speed indicator will change to reflect the change

    • AUTO Value - the speed is set by PID values, based on difference between Selected Setpoint and the Current sensor value (e.g. difference between desired room temperature and current room temperature)

    • Pressing Auto value will display the Auto text, but also shade the Auto value

    • Press Back to return to previous screen

  7. After setting up Scheduler as described [If you want to use a 3 speed fan go to Advanced Parameters 1 Menu, set the Fan to 3 speed motor|in Scheduler Menu], turn on the Schedule mode on the Home Screen In the Fan speed submode, press the Timer On button to turn Scheduler/Timer on
    • After setting up Scheduler as described [If you want to use a 3 speed fan go to Advanced Parameters 1 Menu, set the Fan to 3 speed motor|in Scheduler Menu], turn on the Schedule mode on the Home Screen

    • In the Fan speed submode, press the Timer On button to turn Scheduler/Timer on

    • An Icon and On sign will appear in the top row

    • Picture 2. Home Screen will display Timer text to indicate it works by Scheduler

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