Introduction

Learn how to set and edit various input and output signal configurations, or just view the current values

  1. ONLY AUTHORIZED  MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL SHOULD ENTER ADVANCED MENU AND MAKE CHANGES Picture 1. Press Menu Button Picture 2. Press Advanced to enter Advanced menu
    • ONLY AUTHORIZED MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL SHOULD ENTER ADVANCED MENU AND MAKE CHANGES

    • Picture 1. Press Menu Button

    • Picture 2. Press Advanced to enter Advanced menu

    • Picture 3. Enter Admin Password Menu appears

    • Use the numbers to enter 4 digit factory preset password. Number is being displayed in the blue ribbon

    • Press DEL button to delete incorrect number

    • Press OK to confirm input

  2. Picture 1. Press In/Out button to enter In/Out menu Picture 2. You entered In/Out menu
    • Picture 1. Press In/Out button to enter In/Out menu

    • Picture 2. You entered In/Out menu

    • Picture 2. Use Home button to return to Home Screen

    • Picture 2. Use Up button to return to Advanced Menu

    • Picture 2. Use Next and Prev button to navigate through various settings

  3. Analog Input (AI1): The AI1 analog input parameter allows the following sensors to be connected and enabled in In/Out menu:
    • Analog Input (AI1): The AI1 analog input parameter allows the following sensors to be connected and enabled in In/Out menu:

    • • VAV actuator position signal

    • • Remote CO2 sensor

    • • Disabled (default)

    • Binary input: If a window contact swich or presence sensor is connected to binary input (BIN1) change Binary input parameter from “Disabled” to “Window contact” or “Presence sensor”

    • If the “Window contact” parameter is selected and window’s contact switch is triggered by an open window, then the system will go into standby mode to save energy. The operating status on the home screen will state “Standby - Window is Open” to notify users. Once the window has been closed, the system will resume normal operation

    • If the “Presence sensor” parameter is selected and presence sensor is not detecting any presence the system will go from “Comfort mode” to “Economy mode”. The operating status on home screen will state “Economy mode – No presence detected”. Once the presence is detected the system will resume to “Comfort mode”

    • Binary input polarity: The contact polarity can be reversed by selecting the Binary input polarity “Normally open” or “Normally closed”

  4. Sensor function:  The analog RTD sensor (PT1000) parameter has the following available options: Disabled (Default value, an external sensor is connected but has not been enabled); Changeover sensor; Remote sensor (Temperature only);  RTD can also be used as second Binary input, for Window contact and Presence sensor
    • Sensor function: The analog RTD sensor (PT1000) parameter has the following available options: Disabled (Default value, an external sensor is connected but has not been enabled); Changeover sensor; Remote sensor (Temperature only); RTD can also be used as second Binary input, for Window contact and Presence sensor

    • If a sensor is not connected or a sensor with different resistance to that of a PT1000 is connected, a message “Not connected” will be shown instead (Picture 2.)

    • Changeover: a changeover sensor allows the system to automatically switch between heating and cooling mode (or vice versa) using the “Sensor function” parameter on Screen 1/2 of the Input / Output menu. If the sensor function parameter is set to “Changeover”, the device will automatically change from heating or cooling as required

    • Changeover will be determined by the temperature in the duct or pipe. If the temperature in the duct or pipe is above 28°C the control mode will change to heating or if the temperature is below 18°C the control mode will be changed to cooling

    • Remote sensor: The remote sensor can be activated by selecting “Remote sensor” from the available ‘Sensor function’ parameter options. Once selected, the Remote sensor parameter will appear

    • Window contact: when selected and window’s contact switch connected to RTD is triggered by an open window, then the system will go into standby mode to save energy. The operating status on the home screen will state “Standby - Window is Open” to notify users. Once the window has been closed, the system will resume normal operation

    • Presence sensor: when selected and presence sensor connected to RTD is not detecting any presence the system will go from “Comfort mode” to “Economy mode”. The operating status on home screen will state “Economy mode – No presence detected”. Once the presence is detected the system will resume to “Comfort mode”

    • RTD input polarity: When RTDinput is not Remote sensor but used as another binary sensor, this option is available. The contact polarity can be reversed by selecting the Binary input polarity “Normally open” or “Normally closed”. When RTD input is in fact Remote sensor this option is "Disabled"

  5. Screen [2 / 2] of the In/Out menu summarizes all of the values and states of the device’s inputs and outputs. These values are refreshed every second
    • Screen [2 / 2] of the In/Out menu summarizes all of the values and states of the device’s inputs and outputs. These values are refreshed every second

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Hrvoje Dean

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