Emerson iPro SERIES Specifications

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iPro HVAC and Lighting
Installation and
Operation Manual
Retail Solutions
3240 Town Point Drive NW, Suite 100
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Phone: 770-425-2724
Fax: 770-425-9319
Table Of Contents
1 INTRODUCTION.......................................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1. THE IPRO HVAC AND LIGHTING’S I/O POINTS .......................................................................................................... 1
1.2. INDEPENDENT SYSTEM CONTROL ................................................................................................................................ 1
2 MOUNTING AND POWERING ................................................................................................................................. 2
2.1. INSTALLATION ..............................................................................................................................................................
2.1.1. Specifications - Mounting and Electrical..............................................................................................................
2.2. POWERING ....................................................................................................................................................................
2.2.1. Choosing Transformer Sizes .................................................................................................................................
2.2.2. Power Wiring ........................................................................................................................................................
2.2.3. Wire Types and Maximum Distances...................................................................................................................
2
2
2
3
3
3
3 NETWORK ADDRESSING - VISOGRAPH.............................................................................................................. 4
3.1. CONNECTING THE VISOGRAPH ..................................................................................................................................... 4
3.2. VISOGRAPH NAVIGATION ............................................................................................................................................. 4
3.2.1. Versions................................................................................................................................................................. 4
4 INPUT AND OUTPUT SETUP .................................................................................................................................... 5
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
WIRING ANALOG INPUTS .............................................................................................................................................
WIRING DIGITAL INPUTS ..............................................................................................................................................
WIRING DIGITAL LOADS ..............................................................................................................................................
WIRING ANALOG OUTPUTS ..........................................................................................................................................
5
6
8
9
5 IPRO HVAC AND LIGHTING STATUS LEDS...................................................................................................... 11
6 SOFTWARE OVERVIEW ......................................................................................................................................... 12
6.1. SCHEDULES .................................................................................................................................................................
6.1.1. Master Schedule Control ....................................................................................................................................
6.1.2. Slave Schedule Control .......................................................................................................................................
6.2. LIGHTING CONTROL ...................................................................................................................................................
6.2.1. Lighting Control - Physical Inputs and Outputs.................................................................................................
6.2.2. Inside Lighting Control.......................................................................................................................................
6.2.2.1.
6.2.2.2.
6.2.2.3.
6.2.2.4.
Dimming Control ..............................................................................................................................................................
Schedule Only...................................................................................................................................................................
Schedule and Light Level Combination ...........................................................................................................................
Logic Input........................................................................................................................................................................
12
12
13
13
13
14
14
14
14
15
6.2.3. Outside Lighting Control .................................................................................................................................... 15
6.2.3.1.
6.2.3.2.
6.2.3.3.
6.2.3.4.
Light Level Control ..........................................................................................................................................................
Schedule Only...................................................................................................................................................................
Schedule and Light Level Combination ...........................................................................................................................
Logic Input........................................................................................................................................................................
15
15
15
15
6.3. HVAC CONTROL ........................................................................................................................................................ 15
6.3.1. HVAC Control – Physical Inputs and Outputs-Default Setup ........................................................................... 16
6.3.2. Cooling Control .................................................................................................................................................. 16
6.3.2.1.
6.3.2.2.
6.3.2.3.
6.3.2.4.
Monitoring and Lockout Temperatures ............................................................................................................................
Control Temperature.........................................................................................................................................................
Space Temperature Control and Setpoints........................................................................................................................
Cooling Control Strategy ..................................................................................................................................................
16
16
17
18
6.3.3. Heating Control .................................................................................................................................................. 18
6.3.3.1. Monitoring and Lockout Temperatures ............................................................................................................................ 18
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6.3.3.2.
6.3.3.3.
6.3.3.4.
6.3.3.5.
Control Temperature.........................................................................................................................................................
Space Temperature Control and Setpoints........................................................................................................................
Heating Control Strategy ..................................................................................................................................................
Heat Pump Control ...........................................................................................................................................................
18
18
19
19
6.3.4. Fan Control ......................................................................................................................................................... 20
6.3.5. Economizer Control ............................................................................................................................................ 21
6.3.5.1. Economizer Enable ........................................................................................................................................................... 21
6.3.5.2. Indoor Air Quality ............................................................................................................................................................ 22
6.3.5.3. Damper Control ................................................................................................................................................................ 22
6.4. ALARMS ...................................................................................................................................................................... 22
6.5. IPRO HVAC AND LIGHTING FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................................... 24
6.6. IPRO HVAC AND LIGHTING PARAMETERS................................................................................................................. 24
7 CONNECTIONS .......................................................................................................................................................... 39
7.1. IPRO HVAC AND LIGHTING CONNECTOR DESCRIPTIONS ......................................................................................... 39
7.2. TERMINAL NUMBER DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................................................................................... 40
7.3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................................................... 42
7.3.1. Analog Inputs ..................................................................................................................................................... 42
7.3.2. Digital Inputs ...................................................................................................................................................... 42
7.3.3. Analog Outputs ................................................................................................................................................... 43
7.3.4. Digital Outputs ................................................................................................................................................... 43
7.4. WIRING ....................................................................................................................................................................... 44
INDEX ............................................................................................................................................................................. 46
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Introduction
The iPro HVAC and Lighting controller
(P/N 818-9004) is a lighting and HVAC control board
standalone controller. iPro HVAC and Lighting is capable of controlling heat and cool stages, fans, and
economizers using on-board I/O and control algorithms. The iPro HVAC and Lighting supports local
physical inputs and outputs.
1.1.
The iPro HVAC and Lighting’s I/O Points
The iPro HVAC and Lighting supports 15 relay
outputs, 6 analog outputs, 10 analog inputs, and 20
digital inputs.
The board has 10 analog inputs and 20 digital inputs. Its 15 relay outputs, rated 2.0 amps max, are
used for activating and deactivating fans, heat and
cool stages, economizers, and other systems or devices. Its 6 analog outputs may be used for air the damper.
1.2. Independent System Control
The iPro HVAC and Lighting can control 5 lighting zones and 2 rooftop units (up to 2 heat/cool) independently.
Figure 1-1 - iPro HVAC and Lighting
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2
Mounting and Powering
There are no restrictions on the location of the iPro
HVAC and Lighting controller (all local electrical
code laws should be followed). The controller should
be mounted in a location/environment that stays within a 20 to 85% relative humidity range (as specified
by the label on the enclosure).
2.1. Installation
The iPro HVAC and Lighting uses a DIN mount
installation.
Figure 2-1 - DIN Mounting
2.1.1. Specifications - Mounting and
Electrical
Mount:
On a DIN rail (EN 50022, DIN 43880)
Fastened with screws via the removable
plastic flaps.
Material:
PC-ABS Thermoplastic
Self-extinguishing:
V0 (UL94)
Comparative Tracking Index (CTI):
300V
Color:
White
Power Supply:
24Vac +10/-15%, 50/60Hz
20 - 36Vdc
Consumption:
20VA (Vac), 15W (Vdc)
Connectors:
Phoenix quick coupling connectors for
low voltage STELVIO 90° screw connectors for digital outputs (250Vac, 6A
max)
Microprocessor:
AT91RM9200 32-bit 200Mhz
Temperature
50°F to 140°F (10 to 60°C)
Relative Humidity
(RH)
20 to 85%
Permanent FLASH
Memory:
128Mb, in 8-bit chunks
RAM:
2x128Kb, in 16-bit chunks
Internal Clock:
Standard
Table 2-1 - iPro HVAC and Lighting Specifications
2.2. Powering
Retail Solutions supplies a wide variety of 24VAC
transformers with varying sizes without center taps.
The power supply can be 24VAC/DC. If 24Vdc is
used, PIN 1 is - and PIN 9 is + (see Figure 2-2 for
PIN 1 and 9 locations). Table 2-2 shows the transformer sizes and are non-center-tapped.
Table 2-1 - iPro HVAC and Lighting Specifications
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2.2.1. Choosing Transformer Sizes
The transformer used to power the iPro HVAC
and Lighting should have at least a 20VA rating. The
iPro HVAC and Lighting should not share a transformer with any other devices.
transformer to the iPro HVAC and Lighting. Shielded
cable should not be used for power wiring. The center
tap should be left disconnected, if present on the
transformer.
Power Wiring Types
14 AWG
Belden 9495
18 AWG
Belden 9495
Transformer
P/N
VA Rating
Primary Voltage
640-0041
50 VA
110 VAC
Table 2-3 - Power Wiring Types
640-0042
50 VA
220 VAC
The wire length from the transformer determines
the type wire gauge used. In most cases, the distance
between the iPro HVAC and Lighting and the transformer that supplies power to it is not enough to be of
concern; however, it is very important NOT to exceed
this maximum wire length or the controller will not
operate correctly.
Table 2-2 - Transformers Compatible with iPro HVAC and
Lighting
2.2.2. Power Wiring
iPro HVAC and Lighting units can be powered by
one of the 50VA non-center-tapped transformers listed in Table 2-2. Figure 2-2 shows how to wire the
transformers to the iPro HVAC and Lighting boards.
Neither side of the secondary should be connected
to ground. Also, do not connect the center tap (if provided on the transformer) to ground. The entire secondary of the transformer should be isolated from any
ground.
Use these formulas to determine if the wire gauge
you are using fits within specification:
14 AWG:
Feet = 1920/VA
18 AWG:
Feet = 739/VA
(VA is the total VA rating of the controller)
For example, if you had an 80 VA load:
14 AWG: 24 ft.
18 AWG: 9 ft. (rounded down)
Table 2-4 - Power Wire Lengths
Sensors requiring 24VAC should not be powered
from the same transformer powering the input board.
Any devices that will be connected to the iPro HVAC
and Lighting unit’s inputs or outputs must be powered
with a separate 24VAC transformer.
Figure 2-2 - Non-Center-Tapped Transformer Wiring Locations
2.2.3. Wire Types and Maximum
Distances
For powering I/O boards, use only the listed wire
types in Table 2-3. Two-conductor non-shielded cables are the recommended wire for connecting the
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3
Network Addressing Visograph
The network address makes a board unique from
other boards on the network of the same type. This allows the site controller to find it and communicate
with it easily.
The network address of the iPro HVAC and Lighting is set using add-on devices called visographs (P/N
318-7272).
3.2. Visograph Navigation
From the visograph, you can:
• Set MODBUS address
• Configure Lighting
• Configure HVAC
In order to enter the configuration, press keys 1, 3
and 8.
3.1. Connecting the Visograph
The visograph is connected with a 3-wire connection on pins 103, 104, and 105.
Figure 3-2 - Visograph Buttons
NOTE: When the MODBUS address is
changed, the iPro HVAC and Lighting will automatically reboot.
3.2.1. Versions
Figure 3-1 - Network ID Settings
If the Visograph version shown is not the most recent, set the Reload Display field to Yes. This will
cause the display to download the latest screens contained in the iPro HVAC and Lighting.
CAUTION! The iPro HVAC and Lighting
may be damaged if the wires are crossed when
connecting the visograph, especially if pin 103
(Vnr) is accidentally connected to + or –
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Input and Output Setup
4.1. Wiring Analog Inputs
The iPro HVAC and Lighting provides separate
input commons depending on the type of sensor connected. For temperature probes, all commons should
be wired to PbC on terminal 7. For voltage output
transducers, all commons should be wired to GND on
terminal 8.
The analog inputs are located on the same connector as the controller power supply.
Figure 4-1 - Analog Input Connectors
Figure 4-2 - Temperature Probe Wiring
Figure 4-3 - Transducer Wiring for +5V Powered Devices
Figure 4-4 - Transducer Wiring for +12V Powered Devices
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CAUTION! Mis-wiring a sensor to the wrong
common can result in damage to the iPro
HVAC and Lighting Controller.
Terminal Number on
Connector
CAUTION! Any inputs that are powered with
a voltage that differs from that supplied by the
iPro HVAC and Lighting (+12V or +5V) must
be powered separately with another transformer in
order to prevent the inputs from malfunctioning or
being damaged. Do not use the same secondary of the
controller's power to power the sensors.
Name
1
24VAC Supply -
2
Probe Input 1
3
Probe Input 2
4
Probe Input 3
5
Probe Input 4
6
Probe Input 5
7
Temperature Common
8
GND
9
24VAC Supply +
10
Probe Input 6
11
Probe Input 7
12
Probe Input 8
13
Probe Input 9
14
Probe Input 10
15
+5VDC
16
+12VDC
Table 4-1 - Analog Input Connector Terminal Numbers
4.2. Wiring Digital Inputs
The digital inputs are located on a separate 22-pin
connector.
Figure 4-5 - Digital Input Connectors
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The iPro HVAC and Lighting provides a maximum of 20 opto-insulated digital inputs. However,
only the first ten inputs are currently used (see Table
4-2). All digital inputs are voltage-free and are intended to have dry contact devices connected.
Figure 4-6 - Digital Input Wiring
Terminal Number on
Connector
Name
40
Digital Input 1
41
Digital Input 2
42
Digital Input 3
43
Digital Input 4
44
Digital Input 5
45
Digital Input 6
46
Digital Input 7
47
Digital Input 8
48
Digital Input 9
49
Digital Input 10
50
51
Digital Input 11
52
Digital Input 12
53
Digital Input 13
54
Digital Input 14
55
Digital Input 15
56
Digital Input 16
57
Digital Input 17
58
Digital Input 18
59
Digital Input 19
60
Digital Input 20
61
Volt-free Digital Common
Table 4-2 - Digital Input Connector Terminal Numbers
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4.3. Wiring Digital Loads
The digital output relays are located across four
separate connectors along the top side of the iPro
HVAC and Lighting.
Figure 4-7 - Digital Load Connectors
The normally-open relay outputs on each connector share the same common and are not fused. Make sure to
use the same voltage for all loads connected to the relays.
Figure 4-8 - Relay Output Wiring
Terminal Number on
Connector
Name
70
Relay 1
71
Common for Relays 1-3
72
Relay 2
73
Relay 3
76
Relay 4
77
Relay 5
78
Relay 6
79
Relay 7
80
Common for Relays 4-8
81
Relay 8
84
Relay 9
85
Relay 10
86
Common for Relays 9-10
87
Relay 11
Table 4-3 -Digital Relay Output Connector Terminal Numbers
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88
Relay 12
89
Relay 13
90
Common for Relays 11-15
91
Relay 14
92
Relay 15
93
Table 4-3 -Digital Relay Output Connector Terminal Numbers
4.4. Wiring Analog Outputs
The analog outputs are located on a separate 12pin connector.
Figure 4-9 - Analog Outputs Connectors
The iPro HVAC and Lighting provides six optoisolated analog outputs. Because the analog outputs
are opto-isolated, they must be separately powered by
a 24V supply. The power supply can be 24VAC/DC.
If 24Vdc is used, PIN 28 is - and PIN 29 is + (see Figure 4-10 for PIN 28 and 29 locations). For the outputs
to function properly, connect a 24VAC supply (separate from the controller’s main supply) to terminals
28 and 29. The same transformer used to power the
devices controlled by the analog outputs (e.g., damper actuator) may be used to supply power to terminals
28 and 29.
Figure 4-10 - Analog Output Wiring
CAUTION! The devices controlled by these
analog outputs must be powered separately
with another transformer (do not use the same
secondary of the controller’s power) in order to prevent
the outputs from malfunctioning or being damaged.
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Terminal Number on
Connector
Name
21
Analog Output 1
22
Analog Output 2
23
Analog Output 3
24
Analog Output 4
25
Analog Out Common
26
Analog Output 5
27
Analog Output 6
28
24VAC or 24VDC(-)
29
24VAC or 24VDC(+)
30
Analog Out Common
Table 4-4 -Digital Relay Output Connector Terminal Numbers
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iPro HVAC and Lighting
Status LEDs
When an iPro HVAC and Lighting board is powered up, you will be able to determine the operating
status of the board by observing its status LEDs.
Figure 5-1 -iPro HVAC and Lighting Status LED Locations
PWR ON LED
The PWR ON LED stays on continuously to show
that the board is powered and operational. If this light
is off, the board has likely lost power.
Tx and Rx LEDs
The Tx and Rx LEDs indicate when the iPro
HVAC and Lighting is sending or receiving messages
on the RS485 network.
The Tx LED blinks once every time the iPro
HVAC and Lighting sends a response to XWEB. The
Rx LED blinks once when the iPro HVAC and Lighting receives a message.
If the iPro HVAC and Lighting is connected to the
network and set up to communicate with XWEB, you
should see these lights blinking regularly. If they do
not blink regularly, there may be a problem with the
network.
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LED1
LED1 is a network status LED.
ALARM LED Status
If the red ALARM LED is on (solid), the iPro
HVAC and Lighting has an active alarm. When in this
state, the Alarm relay output (if defined) will turn on.
If the red LED is on (solid) if any alarm or error
happens; the alarms and errors are as follows:
Alarm:
• 10 probes error
• HVAC1: High temp alarm; Low temp alarm; Differential temp alarm; Fan alarm
• HVAC2: High temp alarm; Low temp alarm; Differential temp alarm; Fan alarm
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Software Overview
The IPro for HVAC and Lighting and retail stores
controls inside, outside lighting and HVAC units. The
lighting control has up to 5 zones assigned, (which
represents one relay per zone). They drive the lights
using schedules, light levels, overrides, and a combination of schedule and light level.
The HVAC control manages up to 2 cool and 2
heating stages plus a fan output (in total 5 outputs per
unit). The application runs two units on the main iPro
board.
The lighting and HVAC applications are independent of each other. For example, If only lighting control is needed, the controller will operate only the
lighting.
All inputs and outputs can be set to any specific
function. For example, choose a specific function for
DI 1-20, AI 1-10. For analog input AI, space temp can
be set for 1-10 as a choice.
Lighting Control Program
Each relay output will have an instance of a lighting control “function block” (5 zones that are either
inside or outside applications). All configuration and
parameters for the “functions blocks” can be programmed locally (Visograph) and remotely (XWEB).
6.1. Schedules
The application supports 1 Master and 5 Slave
schedules. iPro associates a Slave schedule with the
Master schedule. All schedules have the ability to be
adjusted locally and remotely and support automatic
Daylight Savings Time.
6.1.1. Master Schedule Control
The application supports one Master schedule that
manages the store hours. All days of the week and
three schedule events per day can be user configured
(Table 6-1). On the Master Schedule, each day of the
schedule has 3 different events that can be user defined. Time is in 24-hour format and entered as an absolute time. It also has the ability to associate with all
Slave schedules and/or an HVAC unit for Occupied
and Unoccupied modes. The Master Schedule defines
the OCC mode on all HVAC units depending how it
has been configured (Refer to Section 6.3., HVAC
Control). The resolution is 10 minutes and the events
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must be consecutive (it is not possible to “overlap” the
events). To disable an event or for unused events, set
to 24:00, or set the same value to ON and OFF .
Monday
ON
OFF
Sched Event 1
HH:MM
HH:MM
Sched Event 2
HH:MM
HH:MM
Sched Event 3
HH:MM
HH:MM
Tuesday
ON
OFF
Sched Event 1
HH:MM
HH:MM
Sched Event 2
HH:MM
HH:MM
Sched Event 3
HH:MM
HH:MM
Table 6-1 - Schedule Control
When the master schedule (MS) is configured,
these rules must be followed:
The range of MS1 is 0:00 to MS2: first set the MS2
value. You will then see that the range of MS1 has
changed. Setting the schedule for MS2 first is to prevent the MS1 schedule from occurring after the MS1
schedule (MS2 < MS1) (OFF time >= ON time). The
same rule should be applied for MS3, MS4, and MS5
master schedules.
The event should be split between two different
days: The first event from 17:00 to 24:00 (for example, Monday) and the second event from 00:00 to
04:00. For example, the day is Tuesday because 00:00
to 04:00 are parameters of the day after Monday. The
next example shows that the first event must always
be scheduled before the last event:
MS1<=MS2<=MS3<=MS4<=MS5<=MS6.
MS6 must always be set to a time that occurs after an
event before it.
The ON time 17:00 and OFF time 4:00 will not be
able to be set with XWEB, because when the XWEB
writes the data to the iPro HVAC and Lighting controller, the program in the controller will check the data. If the ON time occurs after the OFF time (ON time
> OFF time), the data cannot be successfully written
to the controller.
The iPro HVAC and Lighting has its own verification program to prevent error data writing.
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6.1.2. Slave Schedule Control
The application supports up to 5 Slave schedules,
1 for each lighting relay output, (which represents one
relay per zone). Each one needs to have all days of the
week available and up to 3 schedule events per day for
user configuration. The time will be in 12 hr format
entered as a relative time. Meaning, it will be added or
subtracted to the schedule event that corresponds to
the corresponding day in the Master schedule. The
resolution will be 10 minutes. For example, for Sunday: MS1+/-AS1<=MS2+/-AS2<=MS3+/AS3<=MS4+/-AS4<=MS5+/-AS5<=MS6+/-AS6.
The first slave schedule (AS) can be +/- (occur before
or after) the time of the first master schedule (MS),
but the master and slave schedules that occur before
future schedules must be set to a time that occurs before them. For example, MS1+/-AS1 must be set to a
time that occurs before MS2+/-AS2. Conversely,
schedule MS6+/-AS6 cannot occur before MS5+/AS5.
Monday
ON
OFF
Sched Event 1
-/+ HH:MM
-/+ HH:MM
Sched Event 2
-/+ HH:MM
-/+ HH:MM
Sched Event 3
-/+ HH:MM
-/+ HH:MM
In the operating modes using an analog light level
value, the value needs to support both Lux and Foot
Candle engineering units. The physical input supports
a 0-5V light level sensor (Retail Solutions P/N 2060002). It can also support a 0-10V light level sensor.
6.2.1. Lighting Control - Physical Inputs and Outputs
The maximum number of analog outputs is 6. For
lighting we are using only two (at the same time),
however all AO should have configurable with AO
options in Lighting and HVAC.
The physical inputs available to the lighting control are shown in Table 6-3. Digital inputs 1-5 can be
assigned to any one of the DI options.
Inputs
Type
Logic/Override for Light 1
DI set between 1-20
Logic/Override for Light 2
DI set between 1-20
Logic/Override for Light 3
DI set between 1-20
Logic/Override for Light 4
DI set between 1-20
Logic/Override for Light 5
DI set between 1-20
Internal Light Level Sensor
Anlg set between 1-10
External Light Level Sensor
Anlg set between 1-10
Table 6-3 - Physical Inputs
Tuesday
ON
OFF
Sched Event 1
-/+ HH:MM
-/+ HH:MM
Sched Event 2
-/+ HH:MM
-/+ HH:MM
Outputs
Type
Sched Event 3
-/+ HH:MM
-/+ HH:MM
Light 1
RO set between 1-15
Light 2
RO set between 1-15
Light 3
RO set between 1-15
Light 4
RO set between 1-15
Light 5
RO set between 1-15
Dimming Analog Out 1
AO
Dimming Analog Out 2
AO
Table 6-2 - Slave Schedule Control
6.2. Lighting Control
The application will support an inside and outside
lighting strategy. Both strategies work with a schedule, either Master or Slave, light level sensor, an override or a combination of a light level and schedule.
This delay will be skipped if the DI will be activated
except if in Logic Input mode.
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The physical outputs available to the lighting control are shown in Table 6-4
Table 6-4 - Physical Outputs
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6.2.2. Inside Lighting Control
6.2.2.1.
Inside lighting control has four different ways of
controlling:
In dimming mode, the application works with the
internal light level sensor to lower linearly as the light
level increases. The mode has four parameters, which
are the end points (define the endpoint of the dimming
output). The dimming output has a rate of change to
the analog output from short cycling.
• Dimming Control.
• Schedule Only.
• Schedule and Light Level Combination.
Dimming Control
• Logic input.
Parameter
Description
Default
Range
DC1 Maximum Dimming Maximum Dimming Analog Output
0%-100%
0%-100%
DC2 Minimum Dimming
0%-100%
0%-100%
DC3 Max Dim Light Level Maximum Dimming output at this light level parameter
100 FTC
0-1000 FTC
DC4 Min Dim Light Level Minimum Dimming output at this light level parameter
500 FTC
0-1000FTC
DC5 Dimming Delay
3 min
0-30 min
Minimum Dimming Analog Output
Time Rate of Change
Table 6-5 - Dimming Control
6.2.2.2.
Schedule Only
In Schedule Only mode, the application will only
work with the Master or Slave schedule assigned to it.
As the schedule changes state, so does the relay output. For example, if the schedule is on, the relay output will also be on.
Figure 6-1 - Dimming Levels
The dimming is linear. The end points are a configured set in the user defined parameters (Table 6-5).
Figure 6-2 - Schedule
6.2.2.3.
Schedule and Light Level Combination
With the Schedule and Light Level Combination,
the relay output will come on with the schedule and
enable the dimming mode, switching it from 0% to
the calculated output. Therefore dimming will continue to operate normally as long as the schedule is on.
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Logic Input
6.2.3.2.
In Logic Input mode, the relay output will come on
only if the override input reads an ON signal. Also, if
logic input is defined as an override and the inside
lights control is in any other mode of operation (Dimming, Schedule-only, Schedule, and Schedule and
Dimming combination), the logic input will have priority and turn on the relay output. The application has
the ability to switch the polarity of the digital inputs.
Schedule Only
In Schedule Only mode, the application will only
work with the Master or Slave schedule assigned to it.
As the schedule changes state, so does the relay output. For example, if the schedule is on, the relay output will also be on.
6.2.3. Outside Lighting Control
The outside lighting control has four different
ways to control:
• Light Level Control.
• Schedule Only.
• Schedule and Light Level Combination.
• Logic input.
6.2.3.1.
Figure 6-4 - Schedule
Light Level Control
6.2.3.3.
In Light Level mode, the application works with
the external light level sensor. The mode will have
two parameters, cut in and cut out parameters. The relay will turn on when the light level value is below the
cut-in parameter and turn off when it is above the cutout parameter.
Parameter
LLC1 Cut In
Description
Range
Parameter at which the out- 0-1000 FTC
put will be turned ON
LLC2 Cut Out Parameter at which the out- 0-1000FTC
put will be turned Off
Table 6-6 - Cut Parameter
Schedule and Light Level Combination
In Schedule and Light Level Combination, the relay output will turn on if both the schedule assigned
and the light level have triggering their outputs on. In
order to turn off the relay output, either the schedule
or the light level needs to switch off.
6.2.3.4.
Logic Input
In Logic Input mode, the relay output will come on
only if the override input reads an ON signal. Additionally, if a logic input is defined as an override and
the outside light control is in any other mode of operation (light level, schedule only and schedule and LL
combination), the logic input will have priority and
turn on the relay output. The application has the ability to switch the polarity of the digital inputs.
6.3. HVAC Control
Figure 6-3 - Light Levels
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The application will support up to two HVAC
units with up to two stages of cooling and heating. It
will also have a fan output for the fan and one economizer output for an economizer. The economizer will
modulate to have free cooling and maintain indoor
mode. In Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) mode the application works with a CO2 sensor. The application has a
heat pump mode option to control in heat pump mode
and has a shutdown input. If shutdown input is active,
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the unit with the active input will stop its cooling or
heating, fan, and economizer control (disables the
unit).
The HVAC Control temperature values will support Dixell and CPC sensors in both Fahrenheit and
Celsius engineering units.
6.3.1. HVAC Control — Physical Inputs and Outputs-Default Setup
Inputs
Type
RTU 1 Space Temperature 1
Anlg
RTU 1 Space Temperature 2
Anlg
RTU 1 Supply Temperature
Anlg
RTU 1 could be configured to Return
Temperature/Out RH/CO2
Dig
Emergency Shutdown 1
Dig
RTU 2 Space Temperature 1
Anlg
RTU 2 Space Temperature 2/OAT
Anlg
Anlg
RTU 2 Return Temperature/CO2
Anlg
RTU Heat2/Emerg HT
RO
RTU 1 Economizer
AO
RTU 2 Economizer
AO
Table 6-8 -HVAC Control Output
6.3.2. Cooling Control
Cooling control will have the ability to manage up
to two stages of cooling using a control temperature.
6.3.2.1.
Monitoring and Lockout Temperatures
Input
RTU 2 could be only configured to Space
Temperature
RTU 2 Supply Temperature
RO
There will be three monitoring temperatures, Supply, Return, and Outside; however, Return and Outside have alternate roles. The return temperature is the
backup control temperature and the Outside is used in
the cooling lockout.
RTU 1 Return Temperature/Out RH Anlg
RTU 1 Fan Proof
RTU2 Heat1/Rev Valve
Description
Function
Supply Temp
Supply Temperature
Monitoring
Return Temp
Return Temperature
Monitoring/
Control
Outside Temp
Outside Temperature
Monitoring/
LockOut
Table 6-9 - Monitoring and Lockout
RTU 2 could be configured to Return
Temperature/Out RH/CO2
LockOut:
RTU 2 Fan Proof
Dig
Outside Temperature
Anlg
Prevents heating from turning on if the outside
temperature is above a certain value. Likewise, the
cooling should not be allowed to turn on if the outside
air is below a certain value.
Table 6-7 -HVAC Control Input
6.3.2.2.
Outputs
Type
RTU 1 Fan
RO
RTU 1 Cool1
RO
RTU 1 Cool2
RO
RTU 1 Heat1/Rev Valve
RO
RTU 1 Heat2/Emerg HT
RO
RTU 2 Fan
RO
RTU 2 Cool1
RO
RTU 2 Cool2
RO
Control Temperature
The application will determine the control temperature from Space Temperature 1 or the average of
Space Temperature 1 and 2 if the space temp 2 is defined. If Space Temperature 1 is the only temperature
used for controlling and it fails, the backup temperature will be the return temperature. If controlling from
the average mode and either of the space temperatures
fail, the backup will become the other space tempera-
Table 6-8 -HVAC Control Output
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ture. However, if both temperatures fail in the Average Temperature mode, the backup will then become
the return temperature.
Input
Description
Function
Space Temp 1
Space Temperature 1
Control
Space Temp 2
Space Temperature 2
Control
Table 6-10 - Control Temperature
Input Space Temp 1 Space Temp 2
Return air
Supply air
Backup Response
Working
NA
Working
Working
Space 1
Working
Working
Working
Working
Average
Status 1 Fault
Working
Working
Working
Space temp 2
Status 2 Working
Fault
Working
Working
Space Temp 1
Status 3 Fault
NA
Working Fault Working
Control on return air if Return Probe is
configured for RH or CO2. With no
Return see Status 6 in this table
Status 4 Fault
Fault
Working Fault Working
Control on return air if Return Probe is
configured for RH or CO2. With no
Return see Status 6 in this table
Status 5 Fault
Fault
Fault
Working
Unit stop in alarm
Status 6 Fault
Fault
Fault
Fault
Units stop in alarm
Table 6-11 - Control Temperature
6.3.2.3.
Space Temperature Control and
Setpoints
The mode of operation will be determined automatically.
The setpoints are divided between occupied and
unoccupied; these will be toggled from the Master
Schedule in the Lighting Control application.
Unit 1
Unit 2
Parameters Parameters
Description
Occupied mode is generally the time of day a site
is open to the public or “occupied;” the time is set in
the master schedule. In this mode the HVAC unit will
operate with the occupied setpoint.
In unoccupied mode, generally when the site is
closed or “unoccupied;” the time is set in the master
schedule. In this mode the HVAC unit will operate
with the unoccupied setpoint.
Default
Range
CL1
CL5
Occupied cooling parameter
73 DF
68DF-85DF
CL2
CL6
Cooling Deadband
3 DDF
0DDF-10DDF
CL3
CL7
Unoccupied cooling setpoint
76 DF
68DF-85DF
CL4
CL8
Second Cooling stage Delay
10 minutes
0 min-30 min
Table 6-12 - Occupied Setpoints
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6.3.2.4.
Cooling Control Strategy
The cooling application will control up to two
stages of cooling. If the application is set for one
stage, it will turn the cooling relay output on when the
control temperature is above the setpoint plus ½ deadband. It will turn off when the control temperature is
below setpoint minus ½ deadband.
If the application has been set for two stages of
cooling, it will turn on the first cooling stage relay
output when the control temperature is above the setpoint plus ½ deadband. Once the first stage of cooling
is on and the control temperature is above the setpoint
plus ½ for a user defined amount of time (delay), the
second stage will turn on. The second stage will turn
off once the control temperature is below the setpoint.
The first stage will turn off when the control temperature is below setpoint minus ½ deadband.
The application will use the outside temperature to
lock the heating control regulation out.
Input
Description
Function
Supply Temp
Supply Temperature
Monitoring
Return Temp
Return Temperature
Monitoring/
Control
Outside Temp
Outside Temperature
Monitoring/
LockOut
Table 6-13 - Monitoring and Lockout
Monitoring:
Values not used inside the application are available to be read from “outside” (For example: XWEB).
Control:
Value that is used inside the application.
LockOut:
Prevents heating from turning on if the outside
temperature is above a certain value. Likewise, the
cooling should not be allowed to turn on if the outside
air is below a certain value.
6.3.3.2.
Figure 6-5 - Cooling Control Strategy
6.3.3. Heating Control
Heating control manages a maximum of two stages of heating using the control temperature.
6.3.3.1.
Monitoring and Lockout Temperatures
There are three monitoring temperatures, Supply,
Return, and Outside; however, Return and Outside
will have alternate roles. The return temperature will
be the backup control temperature and the Outside
will be used in the heating lockout.
Control Temperature
The application will determine the control temperature from Space Temperature 1 or the average of
Space Temperature 1 and 2. If only controlling of
Space Temperature 1 and it fails, the backup temperature will be the return temperature. If controlling
from the average mode and either space temperature
fails, the backup will be the other space temperature.
However, if both temperatures fail in the Average
Temperature mode, the backup will be the return temperature. See Table 6-11.
Input
Description
Function
Space Temp 1
Space Temperature 1
Control
Space Temp 2
Space Temperature 2
Control
Table 6-14 - Control Temperature
6.3.3.3.
Space Temperature Control and
Setpoints
The mode of operation will be determined automatically. The setpoints are divided between occupied and unoccupied; these can be toggled from any
of the Master Schedules in the Lighting Control application.
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Occupied mode is generally the time of day when
a store is open. In this mode the HVAC unit will operate with the occupied setpoint.
Unit 1
Parameter
Unit 2
Parameter
Description
Unoccupied mode is generally when a store is
closed. In this mode the HVAC unit will operate with
the unoccupied setpoint.
Default
Range
HT 1
HT 5
Occupied heating parameter
73 DF
68DF-85DF
HT 2
HT 6
heating Deadband
3 DDF
0DDF-10DDF
HT 3
HT 7
Unoccupied heating setpoint
76 DF
68DF-85DF
HT 4
HT 8
Second heating stage Delay
10 minutes
0 min-30 min
Table 6-15 - Occupied Setpoints
6.3.3.4.
Heating Control Strategy
The heating application will control up to two
stages of heating. If the application is set for one
stage, it will turn on the heating relay output when the
control temperature is below the setpoint minus ½
deadband. It will turn off when the control temperature is above setpoint plus ½ deadband.
If the application has been set for two stages of
heating, it will turn on the first heating stage relay output when the control temperature is below the setpoint
minus ½ deadband. Once the first stage of heating is
on and the control temperature is below the setpoint
minus ½ for a user defined amount of time (delay), the
second stage will turn on. The second stage will turn
off once the control temperature is above the setpoint.
The first stage will turn off when the control temperature is above setpoint plus ½ deadband.
when the space is in heat mode. The reversing valve
operation has a configuration parameter to determine
if heating is energize or de-energized. The parameter
dictates which way the load pump is active or controls. The user defines whether cooling is energized or
de-energized and vice versa. For example, if energized it is in cooling mode, if de-energized it is in
heating mode.
The application will turn on cooling stage 1 when
first stage of heat pump is on. It will turn on cooling
stage 2 when the second stage of heat pump is on.
As for heating stage 2 output, it will act as emergency heat output, which will turn on after the user
defined delay and heat pump stage one has been on. If
the unit has only one heat pump stage, emergency
heat delay will start counting after it.
Figure 6-7 - Heat Pump Control
Figure 6-6 - Heating Control Strategy
6.3.3.5.
Heat Pump Control
Heat pump control is identical to the heating control; however, the heating stage 1 will act as the reversing valve output. For example, it will be active
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Relay Out Function Becomes
(H/C Mode)
→
→
→
→
→
Cool 1
Cool 2
HT 1
HT 2
The setpoints are divided between occupied and
unoccupied; these will be toggled from the Master
Schedule in the Lighting Control application.
Heat Pump
Mode
(HP Mode)
Occupied mode is generally the time of day a site
is open to the public or “occupied;” the time is set in
the master schedule. In this mode the HVAC unit will
operate with the occupied setpoint.
HP 1
HP 2
Unoccupied mode is generally is when the site is
closed or “unoccupied;” the time is set in the master
schedule. In this mode the HVAC unit will operated
with the unoccupied setpoint.
RV
Emergency HT
Table 6-16 - Functions
Unit 1
Unit 2
Parameters Parameters
Description
Default
Range
HT 1
HT 6
Occupied Heating parameter
73 °DF
68°F-85°F
HT 2
HT 7
Heating Deadband
3 °F
0°F-10°F
HT 3
HT 8
Unoccupied Heating setpoint
76 °F
68°F-85°F
HT 4
HT 9
Second Heating stage Delay
10 minutes
0 min-30 min
HT 5
HT 10
Emergency Heating Delay
10 minutes
0 min-30 min
Table 6-17 - Occupied Setpoints
6.3.4. Fan Control
There are two separate Fan Control parameters
(HVAC1 and HVAC2).
The fan has the ability to work in either continuous
(On) or automatic (Auto) mode. During occupied
mode, the fan will be able to run in either mode. However, during unoccupied time the fan will only run in
automatic mode.
Unit 1
Unit 2
Parameters Parameters
In Automatic mode, the fan runs any time either
cooling or heating is required by the conditioned
space. In Continuous mode, the fan operates constantly regardless of cooling or heating. Additionally, the
fan has an on and off delay.
Fan control will also have the option to monitor a
run input. After a user defined delay, the unit will shut
down.
.
Description
Default
Range
HF2
HF12
Fan Operating Mode in Summer
Auto
On-Auto
HF3
HF13
Fan Operating Mode in Winter
Auto
On-Auto
HF4
HF14
Fan On Delay
0 minutes 0 min-5 min
HF5
HF15
Fan Off Delay
0 minutes 0 min-5 min
HF6
HF16
Fan Proof Delay
2 minutes 0 min-10 min
HF8
HF18
Summer/Winter setpoint, above setpoint is Summer
55°F
0-90°F
HF9
HF19
Summer/Winter Hysteresis, below set-hys is Winter
5°F
0-90°F
Table 6-18 - Occupied Setpoints
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6.3.5. Economizer Control
For Economizer Control there are two separate parameters, for HVAC1 and HVAC 2.
Economizer control will operate the outside damper in Free Cooling mode or by indoor air quality,
whichever requires the most.
For Free Cooling in Cooling Mode, the damper
observes any lockout to heating and cooling. IAQ will
always have priority over lockout and operates normally. Note that Free Cooling is enabled in Cooling
Mode, and IAQ is enabled when the CO2 probe is
configured.
The outside damper will be only operated by an
analog output. Also under the each relay output configuration will be an option to define a relay to drive
the economizer when in digital mode (0%=relay off;
100%=relay on).
Free Cooling is enabled only in Cooling Mode and
in Heating Mode the damper will only control by the
indoor air quality function. The economizer operation
in Heating Mode needs to be user defined. Cooling
mode comprises Free Cooling and IAQ only. In Heating Mode, IAQ is only available from the damper (no
Free Cooling is available in Heating Mode).
6.3.5.1.
Economizer Enable
The application will check the valid condition of
the outside air by comparing inside and outside temperatures or calculating outside enthalpy and comparing it to an user defined setpoint (see Example 2). If
conditions are valid, the application will enable operation of the outside damper by the free cooling mode.
If the outside conditions are not optimal, free cooling
is disabled.
Enthalpy control calculation is calculated with an
outside temperature and humidity. RTU 1 return temp
will have the ability to switch to an outside humidity
input. Humidity input also needs to support 0-5V, 010V, and 4-20MA sensors.
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In free cooling, the application will also determine
if free cooling is required by the space. It will be determined by offset parameters.
Unit 1
Unit 2
Parameters Parameters
Description
HE 1
HE 10
Specifies the amount of offset to be subtracted from the
active occupied cooling setpoint to determine the space
temperature at which economization is needed.
HE 2
HE 11
Specifies the amount of offset to be subtracted from the
active unoccupied cooling
setpoint to determine the
space temperature at which
economization is needed.
Table 6-19 - Offset
Once the application has determined the need for
the outside damper to open, it will provide a linear
output. The active cooling setpoint minus the economizer offset will provide the temperature that the minimum output will be. The active cooling setpoint will
be the maximum output.
Unit 2
Unit 1 Descriptio
Default Range
Parameters Parameters
n
HE12
HE 3
Maximum
Dimming
Analog
Output
0%
0%100%
HE 13
HE 4
Minimum
Dimming
Analog
Output
100%
0%100%
Table 6-20 - Occupied Setpoints
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6.3.5.2.
Indoor Air Quality
There are two separate IAQ Control for HVAC1
and HVAC2 which are same CO2 sensor.
The Indoor Air Quality Control will share its input
with the return temperature on each HVAC unit. If
IAQ is required, the use of the return sensor would not
be available.
The application will use a CO2 reading and endpoint parameters to produce a linear output.
If one of the two Return Probes are configured for
C02, this probe is shared between the two units.
Figure 6-8 - Economization Output
Unit 1
Unit 2
Parameters Parameters
One of the two return probe must be configured as
a CO2 sensor. For that Unit this probe wont be used
as a back-up probe.
Description
Default
Range
HI 1
HI 7
Maximum % Analog Output
100%
0%-100%
HI 2
HI 8
Minimum % Analog Output
0%
0%-100%
HI 3
HI 9
Maximum % Output at this CO2 Level
1800
500-3000
HI 4
HI 10
Minimum % Output at this CO2 Level
800
500-3000
Table 6-21 - Input/Output Level
6.4. Alarms
The application will have alarm capabilities of
high temperature, low temperature, fan proof and supply/return-space differential alarm parameters. All
physical input failures will also have alarm capabilities. All alarms have a user-defined delay before the
alarm becomes active.
Figure 6-9 - Economization Output
6.3.5.3.
Damper Control
The outside damper control will choose the Maximum Analog Output (HI 1) from the IAQ and free
cooling modules. It will also have a minimum position available. If the damper is set to a digital mode,
the application will trigger a maximum output (100%)
when the analog output comparison between IAQ and
free cooling reaches 100% and back to its minimum
(0%) once it reaches 0%.
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The unit for the Delay of Probe error Alarm has to
be entered in seconds, not minutes.
Unit 1
Unit 2
Parameters Parameters
Alarms
Description
Default
Range
AL1
AL9
HiSpcTemp
High Space Temperature
85DF
70-95 DF
AL2
AL10
HiSpcTemp Dly
High Space Temperature Alarm Delay
60 min
0 min- 180min
AL3
AL11
LoSpcTemp
Lo Space Temperature
60DF
50-70 DF
AL4
AL12
LoSpcTemp Dly
Lo Space Temperature Alarm Delay
60 min
0 min- 180min
AL5
AL13
DiffTempAlrm
Differential Alarm from Return and Supply 16 DDF
AL6
AL14
DiffTempAlrm Dly Differential Alarm Delay
60 min
0 min- 180min
AL7
AL15
FanPrfAlrm
Fan Proof Alarm
NA
NA
AL8
AL16
FanPrfAlrm Dly
Fan Proof Alarm Delay
3 min
0 min- 180min
0-30 DDF
Table 6-22 - Alarms
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6.5.
iPro HVAC and Lighting Functions
iPro HVAC and Lighting
Functions
Description
Schedules
Supports 1 Master and 5 Slave schedules.
Lighting Control
Support an inside and outside lighting strategy.
HVAC Control
Support up to two HVAC units with up to two stages of cooling, heating, economization and fan Control.
Alarms
alarm capabilities of high temperature, low temperature, fan
proof and supply/ return-space differential alarm parameters.
Table 6-23 - Functions
6.6. iPro HVAC and Lighting Parameters
Parameter
Description
Lighting Parameters
LC3
The unit of the light
MS1
Master Sched Event 1 ON of Sunday
MS2
Master Sched Event 1 OFF of Sunday
MS3
Master Sched Event 2 ON of Sunday
MS4
Master Sched Event 2 OFF of Sunday
MS5
Master Sched Event 3 ON of Sunday
MS6
Master Sched Event 3 OFF of Sunday
MM1
Master Sched Event 1 ON of Monday
MM2
Master Sched Event 1 OFF of Monday
MM3
Master Sched Event 2 ON of Monday
MM4
Master Sched Event 2 OFF of Monday
MM5
Master Sched Event 3 ON of Monday
MM6
Master Sched Event 3 OFF of Monday
MT1
Master Sched Event 1 ON of Tuesday
MT2
Master Sched Event 1 OFF of Tuesday
MT3
Master Sched Event 2 ON of Tuesday
MT4
Master Sched Event 2 OFF of Tuesday
MT5
Master Sched Event 3 ON of Tuesday
MT6
Master Sched Event 3 OFF of Tuesday
MW1
Master Sched Event 1 ON of Wednesday
MW2
Master Sched Event 1 OFF of Wednesday
MW3
Master Sched Event 2 ON of Wednesday
Table 6-24 - iPro HVAC and Lighting Parameters
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Parameter
Description
MW4
Master Sched Event 2 OFF of Wednesday
MW5
Master Sched Event 3 ON of Wednesday
MW6
Master Sched Event 3 OFF of Wednesday
TM1
Master Sched Event 1 ON of Thursday
TM2
Master Sched Event 1 OFF of Thursday
TM3
Master Sched Event 2 ON of Thursday
TM4
Master Sched Event 2 OFF of Thursday
TM5
Master Sched Event 3 ON of Thursday
TM6
Master Sched Event 3 OFF of Thursday
MF1
Master Sched Event 1 ON of Friday
MF2
Master Sched Event 1 OFF of Friday
MF3
Master Sched Event 2 ON of Friday
MF4
Master Sched Event 2 OFF of Friday
MF5
Master Sched Event 3 ON of Friday
MF6
Master Sched Event 3 OFF of Friday
SM1
Master Sched Event 1 ON of Saturday
SM2
Master Sched Event 1 OFF of Saturday
SM3
Master Sched Event 2 ON of Saturday
SM4
Master Sched Event 2 OFF of Saturday
SM5
Master Sched Event 3 ON of Saturday
SM6
Master Sched Event 3 OFF of Saturday
AS1
Slave 1 Sched Event 1 ON of Sunday
AS2
Slave 1 Sched Event 1 OFF of Sunday
AS3
Slave 1 Sched Event 2 ON of Sunday
AS4
Slave 1 Sched Event 2 OFF of Sunday
AS5
Slave 1 Sched Event 3 ON of Sunday
AS6
Slave 1 Sched Event 3 OFF of Sunday
AM1
Slave 1 Sched Event 1 ON of Monday
AM2
Slave 1 Sched Event 1 OFF of Monday
AM3
Slave 1 Sched Event 2 ON of Monday
AM4
Slave 1 Sched Event 2 OFF of Monday
AM5
Slave 1 Sched Event 3 ON of Monday
AM6
Slave 1 Sched Event 3 OFF of Monday
AT1
Slave 1 Sched Event 1 ON of Tuesday
AT2
Slave 1 Sched Event 1 OFF of Tuesday
AT3
Slave 1 Sched Event 2 ON of Tuesday
AT4
Slave 1 Sched Event 2 OFF of Tuesday
AT5
Slave 1 Sched Event 3 ON of Tuesday
Table 6-24 - iPro HVAC and Lighting Parameters
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Parameter
Description
AT6
Slave 1 Sched Event 3 OFF of Tuesday
AW1
Slave 1 Sched Event 1 ON of Wednesday
AW2
Slave 1 Sched Event 1 OFF of Wednesday
AW3
Slave 1 Sched Event 2 ON of Wednesday
AW4
Slave 1 Sched Event 2 OFF of Wednesday
AW5
Slave 1 Sched Event 3 ON of Wednesday
AW6
Slave 1 Sched Event 3 OFF of Wednesday
TA1
Slave 1 Sched Event 1 ON of Thursday
TA2
Slave 1 Sched Event 1 OFF of Thursday
TA3
Slave 1 Sched Event 2 ON of Thursday
TA4
Slave 1 Sched Event 2 OFF of Thursday
TA5
Slave 1 Sched Event 3 ON of Thursday
TA6
Slave 1 Sched Event 3 OFF of Thursday
AF1
Slave 1 Sched Event 1 ON of Friday
AF2
Slave 1 Sched Event 1 OFF of Friday
AF3
Slave 1 Sched Event 2 ON of Friday
AF4
Slave 1 Sched Event 2 OFF of Friday
AF5
Slave 1 Sched Event 3 ON of Friday
AF6
Slave 1 Sched Event 3 OFF of Friday
SA1
Slave 1 Sched Event 1 ON of Saturday
SA2
Slave 1 Sched Event 1 OFF of Saturday
SA3
Slave 1 Sched Event 2 ON of Saturday
SA4
Slave 1 Sched Event 2 OFF of Saturday
SA5
Slave 1 Sched Event 3 ON of Saturday
SA6
Slave 1 Sched Event 3 OFF of Saturday
BS1
Slave 2 Sched Event 1 ON of Sunday
BS2
Slave 2 Sched Event 1 OFF of Sunday
BS3
Slave 2 Sched Event 2 ON of Sunday
BS4
Slave 2 Sched Event 2 OFF of Sunday
BS5
Slave 2 Sched Event 3 ON of Sunday
BS6
Slave 2 Sched Event 3 OFF of Sunday
BM1
Slave 2 Sched Event 1 ON of Monday
BM2
Slave 2 Sched Event 1 OFF of Monday
BM3
Slave 2 Sched Event 2 ON of Monday
BM4
Slave 2 Sched Event 2 OFF of Monday
BM5
Slave 2 Sched Event 3 ON of Monday
BM6
Slave 2 Sched Event 3 OFF of Monday
BT1
Slave 2 Sched Event 1 ON of Tuesday
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Parameter
Description
BT2
Slave 2 Sched Event 1 OFF of Tuesday
BT3
Slave 2 Sched Event 2 ON of Tuesday
BT4
Slave 2 Sched Event 2 OFF of Tuesday
BT5
Slave 2 Sched Event 3 ON of Tuesday
BT6
Slave 2 Sched Event 3 OFF of Tuesday
BW1
Slave 2 Sched Event 1 ON of Wednesday
BW2
Slave 2 Sched Event 1 OFF of Wednesday
BW3
Slave 2 Sched Event 2 ON of Wednesday
BW4
Slave 2 Sched Event 2 OFF of Wednesday
BW5
Slave 2 Sched Event 3 ON of Wednesday
BW6
Slave 2 Sched Event 3 OFF of Wednesday
TB1
Slave 2 Sched Event 1 ON of Thursday
TB2
Slave 2 Sched Event 1 OFF of Thursday
TB3
Slave 2 Sched Event 2 ON of Thursday
TB4
Slave 2 Sched Event 2 OFF of Thursday
TB5
Slave 2 Sched Event 3 ON of Thursday
TB6
Slave 2 Sched Event 3 OFF of Thursday
BF1
Slave 2 Sched Event 1 ON of Friday
BF2
Slave 2 Sched Event 1 OFF of Friday
BF3
Slave 2 Sched Event 2 ON of Friday
BF4
Slave 2 Sched Event 2 OFF of Friday
BF5
Slave 2 Sched Event 3 ON of Friday
BF6
Slave 2 Sched Event 3 OFF of Friday
SB1
Slave 2 Sched Event 1 ON of Saturday
SB2
Slave 2 Sched Event 1 OFF of Saturday
SB3
Slave 2 Sched Event 2 ON of Saturday
SB4
Slave 2 Sched Event 2 OFF of Saturday
SB5
Slave 2 Sched Event 3 ON of Saturday
SB6
Slave 2 Sched Event 3 OFF of Saturday
CS1
Slave 3 Sched Event 1 ON of Sunday
CS2
Slave 3 Sched Event 1 OFF of Sunday
CS3
Slave 3 Sched Event 2 ON of Sunday
CS4
Slave 3 Sched Event 2 OFF of Sunday
CS5
Slave 3 Sched Event 3 ON of Sunday
CS6
Slave 3 Sched Event 3 OFF of Sunday
CM1
Slave 3 Sched Event 1 ON of Monday
CM2
Slave 3 Sched Event 1 OFF of Monday
CM3
Slave 3 Sched Event 2 ON of Monday
Table 6-24 - iPro HVAC and Lighting Parameters
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Parameter
Description
CM4
Slave 3 Sched Event 2 OFF of Monday
CM5
Slave 3 Sched Event 3 ON of Monday
CM6
Slave 3 Sched Event 3 OFF of Monday
CT1
Slave 3 Sched Event 1 ON of Tuesday
CT2
Slave 3 Sched Event 1 OFF of Tuesday
CT3
Slave 3 Sched Event 2 ON of Tuesday
CT4
Slave 3 Sched Event 2 OFF of Tuesday
CT5
Slave 3 Sched Event 3 ON of Tuesday
CT6
Slave 3 Sched Event 3 OFF of Tuesday
CW1
Slave 3 Sched Event 1 ON of Wednesday
CW2
Slave 3 Sched Event 1 OFF of Wednesday
CW3
Slave 3 Sched Event 2 ON of Wednesday
CW4
Slave 3 Sched Event 2 OFF of Wednesday
CW5
Slave 3 Sched Event 3 ON of Wednesday
CW6
Slave 3 Sched Event 3 OFF of Wednesday
TC1
Slave 3 Sched Event 1 ON of Thursday
TC2
Slave 3 Sched Event 1 OFF of Thursday
TC3
Slave 3 Sched Event 2 ON of Thursday
TC4
Slave 3 Sched Event 2 OFF of Thursday
TC5
Slave 3 Sched Event 3 ON of Thursday
TC6
Slave 3 Sched Event 3 OFF of Thursday
CF1
Slave 3 Sched Event 1 ON of Friday
CF2
Slave 3 Sched Event 1 OFF of Friday
CF3
Slave 3 Sched Event 2 ON of Friday
CF4
Slave 3 Sched Event 2 OFF of Friday
CF5
Slave 3 Sched Event 3 ON of Friday
CF6
Slave 3 Sched Event 3 OFF of Friday
SC1
Slave 3 Sched Event 1 ON of Saturday
SC2
Slave 3 Sched Event 1 OFF of Saturday
SC3
Slave 3 Sched Event 2 ON of Saturday
SC4
Slave 3 Sched Event 2 OFF of Saturday
SC5
Slave 3 Sched Event 3 ON of Saturday
SC6
Slave 3 Sched Event 3 OFF of Saturday
DS1
Slave 4 Sched Event 1 ON of Sunday
DS2
Slave 4 Sched Event 1 OFF of Sunday
DS3
Slave 4 Sched Event 2 ON of Sunday
DS4
Slave 4 Sched Event 2 OFF of Sunday
DS5
Slave 4 Sched Event 3 ON of Sunday
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Parameter
Description
DS6
Slave 4 Sched Event 3 OFF of Sunday
DM1
Slave 4 Sched Event 1 ON of Monday
DM2
Slave 4 Sched Event 1 OFF of Monday
DM3
Slave 4 Sched Event 2 ON of Monday
DM4
Slave 4 Sched Event 2 OFF of Monday
DM5
Slave 4 Sched Event 3 ON of Monday
DM6
Slave 4 Sched Event 3 OFF of Monday
DT1
Slave 4 Sched Event 1 ON of Tuesday
DT2
Slave 4 Sched Event 1 OFF of Tuesday
DT3
Slave 4 Sched Event 2 ON of Tuesday
DT4
Slave 4 Sched Event 2 OFF of Tuesday
DT5
Slave 4 Sched Event 3 ON of Tuesday
DT6
Slave 4 Sched Event 3 OFF of Tuesday
DW1
Slave 4 Sched Event 1 ON of Wednesday
DW2
Slave 4 Sched Event 1 OFF of Wednesday
DW3
Slave 4 Sched Event 2 ON of Wednesday
DW4
Slave 4 Sched Event 2 OFF of Wednesday
DW5
Slave 4 Sched Event 3 ON of Wednesday
DW6
Slave 4 Sched Event 3 OFF of Wednesday
TD1
Slave 4 Sched Event 1 ON of Thursday
TD2
Slave 4 Sched Event 1 OFF of Thursday
TD3
Slave 4 Sched Event 2 ON of Thursday
TD4
Slave 4 Sched Event 2 OFF of Thursday
TD5
Slave 4 Sched Event 3 ON of Thursday
TD6
Slave 4 Sched Event 3 OFF of Thursday
DF1
Slave 4 Sched Event 1 ON of Friday
DF2
Slave 4 Sched Event 1 OFF of Friday
DF3
Slave 4 Sched Event 2 ON of Friday
DF4
Slave 4 Sched Event 2 OFF of Friday
DF5
Slave 4 Sched Event 3 ON of Friday
DF6
Slave 4 Sched Event 3 OFF of Friday
SD1
Slave 4 Sched Event 1 ON of Saturday
SD2
Slave 4 Sched Event 1 OFF of Saturday
SD3
Slave 4 Sched Event 2 ON of Saturday
SD4
Slave 4 Sched Event 2 OFF of Saturday
SD5
Slave 4 Sched Event 3 ON of Saturday
SD6
Slave 4 Sched Event 3 OFF of Saturday
ES1
Slave 5 Sched Event 1 ON of Sunday
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Parameter
Description
ES2
Slave 5 Sched Event 1 OFF of Sunday
ES3
Slave 5 Sched Event 2 ON of Sunday
ES4
Slave 5 Sched Event 2 OFF of Sunday
ES5
Slave 5 Sched Event 3 ON of Sunday
ES6
Slave 5 Sched Event 3 OFF of Sunday
EM1
Slave 5 Sched Event 1 ON of Monday
EM2
Slave 5 Sched Event 1 OFF of Monday
EM3
Slave 5 Sched Event 2 ON of Monday
EM4
Slave 5 Sched Event 2 OFF of Monday
EM5
Slave 5 Sched Event 3 ON of Monday
EM6
Slave 5 Sched Event 3 OFF of Monday
ET1
Slave 5 Sched Event 1 ON of Tuesday
ET2
Slave 5 Sched Event 1 OFF of Tuesday
ET3
Slave 5 Sched Event 2 ON of Tuesday
ET4
Slave 5 Sched Event 2 OFF of Tuesday
ET5
Slave 5 Sched Event 3 ON of Tuesday
ET6
Slave 5 Sched Event 3 OFF of Tuesday
EW1
Slave 5 Sched Event 1 ON of Wednesday
EW2
Slave 5 Sched Event 1 OFF of Wednesday
EW3
Slave 5 Sched Event 2 ON of Wednesday
EW4
Slave 5 Sched Event 2 OFF of Wednesday
EW5
Slave 5 Sched Event 3 ON of Wednesday
EW6
Slave 5 Sched Event 3 OFF of Wednesday
TE1
Slave 5 Sched Event 1 ON of Thursday
TE2
Slave 5 Sched Event 1 OFF of Thursday
TE3
Slave 5 Sched Event 2 ON of Thursday
TE4
Slave 5 Sched Event 2 OFF of Thursday
TE5
Slave 5 Sched Event 3 ON of Thursday
TE6
Slave 5 Sched Event 3 OFF of Thursday
EF1
Slave 5 Sched Event 1 ON of Friday
EF2
Slave 5 Sched Event 1 OFF of Friday
EF3
Slave 5 Sched Event 2 ON of Friday
EF4
Slave 5 Sched Event 2 OFF of Friday
EF5
Slave 5 Sched Event 3 ON of Friday
EF6
Slave 5 Sched Event 3 OFF of Friday
SE1
Slave 5 Sched Event 1 ON of Saturday
SE2
Slave 5 Sched Event 1 OFF of Saturday
SE3
Slave 5 Sched Event 2 ON of Saturday
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Parameter
Description
SE4
Slave 5 Sched Event 2 OFF of Saturday
SE5
Slave 5 Sched Event 3 ON of Saturday
SE6
Slave 5 Sched Event 3 OFF of Saturday
SEb1
Slave 1
SEb2
Slave 2
SEb3
Slave 3
SEb4
Slave 4
SEb5
Slave 5
IO1
Inside or Outside of light1
IO2
Inside or Outside of light2
IO3
Inside or Outside of light3
IO4
Inside or Outside of light4
IO5
Inside or Outside of light5
LR1
The relay is used for the light 1
LR2
The relay is used for the light 2
LR3
The relay is used for the light 3
LR4
The relay is used for the light 4
LR5
The relay is used for the light 5
LAO1
The analog output is used for the light 1
LAO2
The analog output is used for the light 2
LAO3
The analog output is used for the light 3
LAO4
The analog output is used for the light 4
LAO5
The analog output is used for the light 5
LDI1
The override digital input is used for the light 1
LDI2
The override digital input is used for the light 2
LDI3
The override digital input is used for the light 3
LDI4
The override digital input is used for the light 4
LDI5
The override digital input is used for the light 5
LAI1
The analog input is used for the inside light level sensor
LAI2
The analog input is used for the outside light level sensor
DC1
Maximum Dimming Analog Output
DC2
Minimum Dimming Analog Output
DC3
Minimum light level
DC4
Maximum light level
DC5
Delay before Dimming output makes a change
LLC1
Parameter at which the output will be turned ON
LLC2
Parameter at which the output will be turned Off
DoN1
Relay ON delay for Light 1
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Parameter
Description
DoN2
Relay ON delay for Light 2
DoN3
Relay ON delay for Light 3
DoN4
Relay ON delay for Light 4
DoN5
Relay ON delay for Light 5
DoF1
Relay OFF delay for Light 1
DoF2
Relay OFF delay for Light 2
DoF3
Relay OFF delay for Light 3
DoF4
Relay OFF delay for Light 4
DoF5
Relay OFF delay for Light 5
AiC
The inside control mode of Light 1
BiC
The inside control mode of Light 2
CiC
The inside control mode of Light 3
DiC
The inside control mode of Light 4
EiC
The inside control mode of Light 5
AoC
The outside control mode of Light 1
BoC
The outside control mode of Light 2
CoC
The outside control mode of Light 3
DoC
The outside control mode of Light 4
EoC
The outside control mode of Light 5
EL1
Enable Light 1
EL2
Enable Light 2
EL3
Enable Light 3
EL4
Enable Light 4
EL5
Enable Light 5
SnT1
Inside Light Level Senser Type
SnT2
Outside Light Level Senser Type
HVAC Regulation Parameters
HC1
Enable HVAC
HC2
The digital input is used to shut down the HVAC
HC3
The measure unit of HVAC
HC4
Sensor type
HP1
Supply Temperature of unit 1 choosing Probe
HP2
Return Temperature of unit 1 choosing Probe
HP3
Outside Temperature of HVAC choosing Probe
HP4
Space 1 Temperature of unit 1 choosing Probe
HP5
Space 2 Temperature of unit 1 choosing Probe
HP6
Space 2 Temperature of unit 1 Presence
HP7
Supply Temperature of unit 2 choosing Probe
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Parameter
Description
HP8
Return Temperature of unit 2 choosing Probe
HP10
Space 1 Temperature of unit 2 choosing Probe
HP11
Space 2 Temperature of unit 2 choosing Probe
HP12
Space 2 Temperature of unit 2 Presence
CL1
Occupied cooling setpoint of unit 1
CL2
Cooling Deadband of unit 1
CL3
Unoccupied cooling setpoint of unit 1
CL4
Second Cooling stage Delay of unit 1
CL5
Occupied cooling setpoint of unit 2
CL6
Cooling Deadband of unit 2
CL7
Unoccupied cooling setpoint of unit 2
CL8
Second Cooling stage Delay of unit 2
Ht1
Occupied Heating setpoin of unit 1
Ht2
Heating Deadband of unit 1
Ht3
Unoccupied Heating setpoint of unit 1
Ht4
Second Heating stage Delay of unit 1
Ht5
Heat pump mode Emergency Heating Delay of unit 1
Ht6
Occupied Heating setpoin of unit 2
Ht7
Heating Deadband of unit 2
Ht8
Unoccupied Heating setpoint of unit 2
Ht9
Second Heating stage Delay of unit 2
Ht10
Heat pump mode Emergency Heating Delay of unit 2
CLS1
Cooling stage 2 Enable for unit 1
CLS2
Cooling stage 2 Enable for unit 2
HtS1
Heating stage 2 Enable for unit 1
HtS2
Heating stage 2 Enable for unit 2
LK1
Cooling LockOut Setpoint for Unit 1
LK2
Cooling LockOut Setpoint for Unit 2
LK3
Heating LockOut Setpoint for Unit 1
LK4
Heating LockOut Setpoint for Unit 2
CR1
Digital Output of Cooling Stage 1 for Unit 1
CR2
Digital Output of Cooling Stage 2 for Unit 1
HR1
Digital Output of Heating Stage 1 for Unit 1
HR2
Digital Output of Heating Stage 2 for Unit 1
CR3
Digital Output of Cooling Stage 1 for Unit 2
CR4
Digital Output of Cooling Stage 2 for Unit 2
HR3
Digital Output of Heating Stage 1 for Unit 2
HR4
Digital Output of Heating Stage 2 for Unit 2
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Parameter
Description
TR1
Cooling TR(Throttle Range) for Unit 1
TR2
Cooling TR(Throttle Range) for Unit 2
TR3
Heating TR(Throttle Range) for Unit 1
TR4
Heating TR(Throttle Range) for Unit 2
Pm1
Heat Pump Mode for Unit 1
Pm2
Reversing Valve status in Cooling Mode for Unit 1
Pm3
Delay of Valve switch before Cooling/ Heating Work for Unit 1
Pm4
Delay of Valve switch after Cooling/ Heating Stop for Unit 1
Pm5
Heat Pump Mode for Unit 2
Pm6
Reversing Valve status in Cooling Mode for Unit 2
Pm7
Delay of Valve switch before Cooling/ Heating Work for Unit 2
Pm8
Delay of Valve switch after Cooling/ Heating Stop for Unit 2
HVAC Fan Parameters
HF1
The digital input match the fan status of unit 1
HF2
Fan Operating Mode of unit 1 in Summer
HF3
Fan Operating Mode of unit 1 in Winter
HF4
Fan On Delay of unit 1
HF5
Fan Off Delay of unit 1
HF6
Fan Proof Delay of unit 1
HF7
Digital Output of Fan for Unit 1
HF8
Summer/Winter setpoint, above setpoint is Summer for HVAC
HF9
Summer/Winter Hysteresis, below set-hys is Winter for HVAC
HF10
Enable/Disable the Shut down for Unit 1
HF11
The digital input match the fan status of unit 2
HF12
Fan Operating Mode of unit 2 in Summer
HF13
Fan Operating Mode of unit 2 in Winter
HF14
Fan On Delay of unit 2
HF15
Fan Off Delay of unit 2
HF16
Fan Proof Delay of unit 2
HF17
Digital Output of Fan for Unit 2
HF20
Enable/Disable the Shut down for Unit 2
HF21
after Fan 1 recovery, during this time if DI status not match again,
Unit 1 shutdown forever
HF22
after Fan 2 recovery, during this time if DI status not match again,
Unit 2 shutdown forever
HF23
Unit 1 restart delay when DI status recover
HF24
Unit 2 restart delay when DI status recover
HVAC Economizer Parameters
HE1
Economizer Offset Occupied of unit 1
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Parameter
Description
HE2
Economizer Offset Unoccupied of unit 1
HE3
Maximum Analog Output for Free Cooling of unit 1
HE4
Minimum Analog Output for Free Cooling of unit 1
HE5
The analog output is use for damper of unit 1
HE6
The Relay is use for the damper of unit 1
HE7
Economizer Output mode of unit 1
HE8
Comparing Temperature or Comparing enthalpy for Unit 1 Free
Cooling Enable
HE9
the setpoint that comparing with outside enthalpy for Unit1
HE10
Economizer Offset Occupied of unit 2
HE11
Economizer Offset Unoccupied of unit 2
HE12
Maximum Analog Output for Free Cooling of unit 2
HE13
Minimum Analog Output for Free Cooling of unit 2
HE14
The analog output is use for damper of unit 2
HE15
The Relay is use for the damper of unit 2
HE16
Economizer Output mode of unit 2
HE17
Comparing Temperature or Comparing enthalpy for Unit 2 Free
Cooling Enable
HE18
the setpoint that comparing with outside enthalpy for Unit2
HI1
Maximum Analog Output for IAQ of unit 1
HI2
Minimum Analog Output for IAQ of unit 1
HI3
Maximum Analog Output at this CO2 Level of unit 1
HI4
Miinimum Analog Output at this CO2 Level of unit 1
HI5
RTU1 PROBE CO2 lower limit for unit 1
HI6
RTU1 PROBE CO2 upper limit for unit 1
HI7
Maximum Analog Output for IAQ of unit 2
HI8
Minimum Analog Output for IAQ of unit 2
HI9
Maximum Analog Output at this CO2 Level of unit 2
HI10
Miinimum Analog Output at this CO2 Level of unit 2
HI11
RTU2 PROBE CO2 lower limit for unit 2
HI12
RTU2 PROBE CO2 upper limit for unit 2
EC1
RTU1 Probe Input for unit 1
EC2
RTU1 Probe Type for unit 1
EC3
RTU2 Probe Input for unit 2
EC4
RTU2 Probe Type for unit 2
Other Parameters
AL1
High Space Temperature of unit 1
AL2
High Space Temperature Alarm Delay of unit 1
AL3
Lo Space Temperature of unit 1
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Parameter
Description
AL4
Lo Space Temperature Alarm Delay of unit 1
AL5
Differential Alarm from Return and Supply of unit 1
AL6
Differential Alarm Delay of unit 1
AL7
Fan Proof Alarm of unit 1
AL8
Fan Proof Alarm Delay of unit 1
AL9
High Space Temperature of unit 2
AL10
High Space Temperature Alarm Delay of unit 2
AL11
Lo Space Temperature of unit 2
AL12
Lo Space Temperature Alarm Delay of unit 2
AL13
Differential Alarm from Return and Supply of unit 2
AL14
Differential Alarm Delay of unit 2
AL15
Fan Proof Alarm of unit 2
AL16
Fan Proof Alarm Delay of unit 2
RLP1
Polarity of RL1
RLP2
Polarity of RL2
RLP3
Polarity of RL3
RLP4
Polarity of RL4
RLP5
Polarity of RL5
RLP6
Polarity of RL6
RLP7
Polarity of RL7
RLP8
Polarity of RL8
RLP9
Polarity of RL9
RLP10
Polarity of RL10
RLP11
Polarity of RL11
RLP12
Polarity of RL12
RLP13
Polarity of RL13
RLP14
Polarity of RL14
RLP15
Polarity of RL15
DIP1
Polarity of DI01
DIP2
Polarity of DI02
DIP3
Polarity of DI03
DIP4
Polarity of DI04
DIP5
Polarity of DI05
DIP6
Polarity of DI06
DIP7
Polarity of DI07
DIP8
Polarity of DI08
DIP9
Polarity of DI09
DIP10
Polarity of DI10
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Parameter
Description
DIP11
Polarity of DI11
DIP12
Polarity of DI12
DIP13
Polarity of DI13
DIP14
Polarity of DI14
DIP15
Polarity of DI15
DIP16
Polarity of DI16
DIP17
Polarity of DI17
DIP18
Polarity of DI18
DIP19
Polarity of DI19
DIP20
Polarity of DI20
OFs1
Probe 1 Offset
OFs2
Probe 2 Offset
OFs3
Probe 3 Offset
OFs4
Probe 4 Offset
OFs5
Probe 5 Offset
OFs6
Probe 6 Offset
OFs7
Probe 7 Offset
OFs8
Probe 8 Offset
OFs9
Probe 9 Offset
OFs10
Probe 10 Offset
DpA
Delay of Probe error Alarm
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Input
Description
Output
Description
PB1
Internal Light Level Sensor
R1
Lighting Relay 1
PB2
External Light Level Sensor
R2
Lighting Relay 2
PB3
RTU 1 Space Temperature 1
R3
Lighting Relay 3
PB4
RTU 1 Space Temperature 2
R4
RTU 1 Fan
PB5
RTU 1 Supply Temperature
R5
RTU 1 Cool1
PB6
RTU 1 Return Temperature/Out RH
R6
RTU 1 Cool2
PB7
RTU 2 Space Temperature 1
R7
RTU 1 Heat1/Rev Valve
PB8
RTU 2 Space Temperature 2
R8
RTU 1 Heat2/Emerg HT
PB9
RTU 2 Supply Temperature
R9
Lighting Realy 4
PB10
RTU 2 Return Temperature/CO2
R10
Lighting Relay 5
DI1
Logic/Override for Relay 1
R11
RTU 2 Fan
DI2
Logic/Override for Relay 2
R12
RTU 2 Cool1
DI3
Logic/Override for Relay 3
R13
RTU 2 Cool2
Table 6-25 - IPRO Retail Controller I/O ( 5 Lighting Outputs & 2 RTU)
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Software Overview • 37
DI4
Logic/Override for Relay 4
R14
RTU2 Heat1/Rev Valve
DI5
Logic/Override for Relay 5
R15
RTU Heat2/Emerg HT
DI6
RTU 1 Fan Proof
AO1
Dimming Analog Out
DI7
Emergency Shutdown 1
AO2
Outside Damper 1
DI8
RTU 2 Fan Proof
AO3
Outside Damper 2
DI9
Emergency Shutdown 2
AO4
NA
DI10
NA
AO5
NA
DI11
NA
AO6
NA
DI12
NA
DI13
NA
DI14
NA
DI15
NA
DI16
NA
DI17
NA
DI18
NA
DI19
NA
DI20
NA
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Connections
7.1. iPro HVAC and Lighting
Connector Descriptions
Connector
Function
Connector for 24VAC/DC power supply
analog inputs (Pb1 - Pb10, PbC)
Additional power (+5VDC, +12VDC,
GND)
Opto-insulated analog outputs (Out1 Out6, GND)
24VAC/DC power supply for the optoinsulated analog output
Potential free opto-insulated digital
inputs (DI1 - DI20, DIC)
Opto-insulated 24VAC/DC digital
inputs (DI1 - DI20, GND)
Connector
Function
Digital relay outputs (for digital outputs
with live contacts)
3 NO relays, 1 common and 2 potential
free (Neutral)
Digital relay outputs (for digital outputs
with potential free contacts)
5 NO relays, 1 common
Digital relay outputs (for digital outputs
with live contacts)
5 NO relays, 1 common and 2 potential
free (Neutral)
Digital relay outputs
2 NO relays, 1 common
Digital relay outputs (only for 215D
versions)
5 NO relays, 1 common and 1 potential
free (Neutral)
Table 7-1 - Descriptions of the Connections
USB port for downloads (BIOS, ISaGRAF® application, maps of parameters, remote display applications,
network configuration, website) and
uploads (log files)
TCP/IP Ethernet port
Connector for remote terminal (VISOGRAPH), maximum 2 terminals per
iPro HVAC and Lighting.
CANBUS connector for expansions
(IPEXx0D) and drivers for electronic
valves (XEVx0D
Rx and Tx LED to indicate that communication is active
Closed circuit terminal (Term)
RS485 Slave connector
Rx and Tx LED to indicate that communication is active
Closed circuit terminal (Term)
RS485 Master connector
Rx and Tx LED to indicate that communication is active
Closed circuit terminal (Term)
Digital relay outputs (for digital outputs
with potential free contacts)
3 NO relays, 1 common
Table 7-1 - Descriptions of the Connections
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7.2. Terminal Number Descriptions
Terminal
No.
Type of Input
1
Supply
2
Pb1
Analog Input 1 (Temperature, 0-10V, 0-1V, 0-5V)
3
Pb2
Analog Input 2 (Temperature, 0-10V, 0-1V, 0-5V)
4
Pb3
Analog Input 3 (Temperature, 0-10V, 0-1V, 0-5V)
5
Pb4
Analog Input 4 (Temperature, 0-10V, 0-1V, 0-5V)
6
Pb5
Analog Input 5 (Temperature, 0-10V, 0-1V, 0-5V)
7
PbC
Common for temperature inputs (DO NOT TIE TO GROUND)
8
GND(-)
Additional power reference 5Vdc and 12Vdc and analog inputs (0 -10V,
0 -1V, 0 -5V)
9
Supply
Power 24Vac or 24Vdc(+)
10
Pb6
Analog Input 6 (Temperature, 0-10V, 0-1V, 0-5V)
11
Pb7
Analog Input 7 (Temperature, 0-10V, 0-1V, 0-5V)
12
Pb8
Analog Input 8 (Temperature, 0-10V, 0-1V, 0-5V)
13
Pb9
Analog Input 9 (Temperature, 0-10V, 0-1V, 0-5V)
14
Pb10
Analog Input 10 (Temperature, 0-10V, 0-1V, 0-5V)
15
+5V
Additional power +5Vdc
16
+12V
Additional power +12Vdc
21
Out1
Opto-insulated analog output 1, 0 -10V
22
Out2
Opto-insulated analog output 2, 0 -10V
23
Out3
Opto-insulated analog output 3, 0 -10V
24
Out4
Opto-insulated analog output 4, 0 -10V
25
GND(-)
Common opto-insulated analog output
26
Out5
analog output 5, 0 -10V
27
Out6
analog output 6, 0 -10V
28
Supply
Power for opto-insulated analog outputs at 24VAC or 24VDC(-)
29
Supply
Power for opto-insulated analog outputs at 24VAC or 24VDC(+)
30
GND(-)
Common opto-insulated analog output
40
DI1
Opto-insulated digital input 1
41
DI2
Opto-insulated digital input 2
42
DI3
Opto-insulated digital input 3
43
DI4
Opto-insulated digital input 4
44
DI5
Opto-insulated digital input 5
45
DI6
Opto-insulated digital input 6
46
DI7
Opto-insulated digital input 7
Description
Power 24VACor 24VDC(-)
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DI8
Opto-insulated digital input 8
48
DI9
Opto-insulated digital input 9
49
DI10
Opto-insulated digital input 10
50
GND(-)
51
DI11
Opto-insulated digital input 11
52
DI12
Opto-insulated digital input 12
53
DI13
Opto-insulated digital input 13
54
DI14
Opto-insulated digital input 14
55
DI15
Opto-insulated digital input 15
56
DI16
Opto-insulated digital input 16
57
DI17
Opto-insulated digital input 17
58
DI18
Opto-insulated digital input 18
59
DI19
Opto-insulated digital input 19
60
DI20
Opto-insulated digital input 20
61
IDC
Common opto-insulated digital inputs 1 to 20 (if potential free inputs)
70
RL1
Relay 1 normally open contact
71
C
72
RL2
Relay 2 normally open contact
73
RL3
Relay 3 normally open contact
74
C
Not Used
75
C
Not Used
76
RL4
Relay 4 normally open contact
77
RL5
Relay 5 normally closed contact
78
RL6
Relay 6 normally closed contact
79
RL7
Relay 7 normally closed contact
80
C
Common relays 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8
81
RL8
Relay 8 normally closed contact
82
C
Not Used
83
C
Not Used
84
RL9
Relay 9 normally closed contact
85
RL10
Relay 10 normally closed contact
86
C
87
RL11
Relay 11 normally closed contact
88
RL12
Relay 12 normally closed contact
89
RL13
Relay 13 normally closed contact
90
C
91
RL14
Relay 14 normally closed contact
92
RL15
Relay 15 normally closed contact
93
C
Common opto-insulated digital inputs 1 to 20 (if inputs 24Vac or 24Vdc)
Common relays 1, 2 and 3
Common relays 9 and 10
Common relays 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15
Not Used
Table 7-2 - Terminal Number Descriptions
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94
RS485 Master
RS485 Master connection (-)
95
RS485 Master
RS485 Master connection (+)
96
RS485 Master
RS485 Master connection (insulated gnd)
97
RS485 Slave
RS485 Slave connection (-)
98
RS485 Slave
RS485 Slave connection (+)
99
RS485 Slave
RS485 Slave connection (insulated gnd)
100
CAN Bus
CAN Bus connection (+), not open
101
CAN Bus
CAN Bus connection (-), not open
102
CAN Bus
CAN Bus connection (insulated gnd), not open
103
Remote Display
Connection for VISOGRAPH remote terminal (Vnr)
104
Remote Display
Connection for VISOGRAPH remote terminal (+)
105
Remote Display
Connection for VISOGRAPH remote terminal (-)
106
Modem Reset
Not Used
107
Modem Reset
Not Used
Table 7-2 - Terminal Number Descriptions
7.3. Technical Specifications
7.3.1. Analog Inputs
Analog conversion
type:
10-bit A/D converter
Number of inputs:
10
Type of analog input: NTC Dixell (-50T110°C; 10KΩ±1% at
(configurable via soft- 25°C)
ware parameter)
PTC Dixell(-55T115°C; 990Ω±1% at
25°C)
Digital input (potential free contact)
Voltage: 0 - V, 0 - 5V, 0 - 10V (input
resistance 3.7KΩ )
Current: 0 - 20mA, 4 - 20mA (input
resistance 100Ω)
Digital input status
variation detection
time:
100ms (in any case it depends on the
cycle time set by the user in the
given application)
Accuracy:
NTC, PTC: ±1?
0-1V: ±20mV
0-5V: ±100mV
0-10V:±200mV
2-20mA, 4-20mA: ±0.30mA
Additional power:
+12V: 200mA in total
+5v: 100mA
CAUTION! Any inputs that are powered with
a voltage that differs from that supplied by the
device (+12V or +5V) must be powered separately with another transformer (do not use the same
secondary of the controller's power) in order to prevent
the inputs from malfunctioning or being damaged.
7.3.2. Digital Inputs
Type:
Opto-insulated potential free or live
(configurable via soft- contact (24VAC/DC)
ware parameter)
External power 24Vac/dc ±20%
Number of inputs:
20
Digital input status
variation detection
time:
100ms (in any case it depends on the
cycle time set by the user in the
given application)
Table 7-4 - Digital Input Specifications
CAUTION! If the digital inputs are used with
voltage, use another transformer (do not use
the same secondary of the controller's power)
in order to prevent the inputs from malfunctioning or
being damaged.
Table 7-3 - Analog Input Specifications
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7.3.3. Analog Outputs
Type:
Opto-insulated with separate 24VAC/
DC power supply
Number of outputs:
10
Type of analog output: 4 fixed outputs 0-10VDC (Out1 - Out4)
(configurable via soft- 2 configurable outputs 0-10VDC,
ware parameter)
4-20mA (Out5 and Out6)
Maximum load:
40mA (Out1 - Out4)
20mA (Out5 and Out6) max with configured outputs 0-10VDC
400Ω max with configured outputs 420Ma
22Ω per live analog output
Accuracy:
Out1 - Out4: ±2% full scale
Out5 – Out6: ±2% full scale
Resolution:
8bit
Table 7-5 - Analog Outputs Specification
CAUTION! The electrical devices controlled
by these analog outputs must be powered separately with another transformer (do not use the
same secondary of the controller's power) in order to
prevent the outputs from malfunctioning or being
damaged.
7.3.4. Digital Outputs
Type:
Relays with NO contacts
Number of outputs:
10 or 15, depending on the model
Type of output:
Relays with normally open contact
(configurable via software parameter)
Maximum load:
5A(250Vac) SPST 5(2)A
Table 7-6 - Digital Outputs Specifications
CAUTION! Verify the capacity of the output
used. There is double insulation between the
digital outputs and the low voltage of the rest
of the circuit. Do not use different voltages for the various groups of relays nor within each group.
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7.4. Wiring
Figure 7-1 - iPro HVAC and Lighting Detail
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Index
-AAddressing iPro DAC 4
AWG 3
-CConnections 39
Connector Functions 39
-DDamper Control 22
Digital Inputs 6
Digital Loads 8
DIN Mounting 2
Distance of Wiring 3
-FFan Control 20
-HHVAC Control 15
Cooling 16
Heat Pump 19
Heating 18
-I
I/O Points 1
Independent Control 1
Indoor Air Quality 22
Input Specs 42
Installation 2
-LLEDs 11
Lighting Control 13
Dimming Control 14
Inside Control 14
Outside Lighting 15
Physical Inputs and Outputs 13
Schedule 14
-MMODBUS
Wiring 3
Mounting and Powering 2
-OOutput Specs 43
-PPowering 2
-SSchedules 12
Master Schedule 12
Slave Schedule 13
Software Overview 12
Specifications 42
analog inputs 42
analog outputs 43
digital inputs 42
-TTerminal Number Descriptions 40
Transformers and Ratings 3
-VVisograph
Buttons 4
Connectivity 4
Visograph Connectivity 4
-WWarnings
Analog Inputs 6
Analog Outputs 9
Output Capacity 43
Transformers 43
Voltages 43
Wire Length 3
Wire Distance 3
Wire Gauge/Types 3
Wiring 44
Index • 46
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