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Flush-mount room sensors KNX S-Mode /
KNX LTE-Mode / KNX PL-Link
AQR253… AQR257…
Technical principles
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Contents
1
About this document ..............................................................................5
1.1
Revision history.........................................................................................5
1.2
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.4
Before you start.........................................................................................5
Trademarks ...............................................................................................5
Copyright...................................................................................................5
Quality assurance .....................................................................................5
Use of documents/ Request to the reader ................................................5
1.3
1.3.1
1.3.2
Abbreviations and naming conventions ....................................................6
Abbreviations ............................................................................................6
Naming convention ...................................................................................6
1.4
Reference documents ...............................................................................6
2
Device.......................................................................................................7
2.1
Type summary...........................................................................................7
2.2
Equipment combinations...........................................................................7
2.3
Variant and device parts............................................................................8
2.4
2.4.1
Service and connection elements .............................................................8
Adhesive address labels ...........................................................................9
2.5
Dimensions .............................................................................................10
2.6
Environmental compatibility, disposal .....................................................12
3
Safety and EMC optimization...............................................................13
3.1
Notes on safety .......................................................................................13
3.2
Device-specific regulations .....................................................................13
3.3
Notes on EMC optimization ....................................................................14
4
Mounting and electrical installation....................................................15
4.1
Mounting .................................................................................................15
4.2
Electrical installation/cabling ...................................................................15
5
Functionality / Use ................................................................................17
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
Basics......................................................................................................17
System environment ...............................................................................17
Engineering and commissioning documentation ....................................17
5.2
Purpose...................................................................................................17
5.3
Functions.................................................................................................18
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
Application examples ..............................................................................20
Room temperature control ......................................................................20
Room temperature control with demand-controlled ventilation ..............21
Room temperature, humidity, and air quality control
(KNX LTE-Mode, Synco 700)..................................................................22
6
GAMMA building management systems ............................................24
6.1
Engineering .............................................................................................24
6.2
Commissioning........................................................................................24
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
KNX S-Mode data points.........................................................................24
Room temperature sensor & controller...................................................25
Room humidity sensor & controller .........................................................25
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6.3.3
6.3.4
6.3.5
6.3.6
Room air quality sensor & controller .......................................................26
Universal temperature sensor .................................................................27
Binary inputs............................................................................................27
Fault information .....................................................................................28
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
6.4.4
6.4.5
6.4.6
6.4.7
6.4.8
6.4.9
Parameter description .............................................................................29
Basic configuration..................................................................................29
Room temperature sensors.....................................................................29
Universal temperature sensor .................................................................30
Room temperature controller ..................................................................30
Room humidity sensor ............................................................................31
Room humidity controller ........................................................................31
Room air quality sensor ..........................................................................32
Room air quality controller ......................................................................32
Binary inputs............................................................................................33
7
Synco building automation and control system................................36
7.1
Engineering .............................................................................................36
7.2
Commissioning........................................................................................36
7.3
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
7.3.4
7.3.5
7.3.6
7.3.7
7.3.8
Parameter description .............................................................................37
General parameters ................................................................................37
Communication .......................................................................................37
Room temperature sensors.....................................................................38
Universal temperature sensor .................................................................38
Room humidity sensor ............................................................................38
Room air quality sensor ..........................................................................38
Binary inputs............................................................................................38
Faults.......................................................................................................38
8
Desigo building automation and control system...............................39
8.1
Engineering .............................................................................................39
8.2
Commissioning........................................................................................39
8.3
8.3.1
8.3.2
8.3.3
8.3.4
8.3.5
8.3.6
8.3.7
8.3.8
Parameter description .............................................................................40
General parameters ................................................................................40
Functions.................................................................................................40
Communication .......................................................................................41
Room temperature sensors RTS ............................................................41
Universal temperature sensor GPTS ......................................................41
Room humidity sensor RRHS .................................................................41
Room air quality sensor RAQS ...............................................................42
Binary inputs............................................................................................42
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Date
1
About this document
1.1
Revision history
Changes
Section
1.2
Before you start
1.2.1
Trademarks
Pages
The trademarks used in this document and their lawful owners are listed in the
table below.. The use of trademarks is subject to international and domestic
provisions of the law.
Trademark(s)
Legal owner
KNX®
KNX Association, B - 1831 Brussels-Diegem Belgium
http://www.knx.org/
All product names listed in the table are registered (®) or not registered (™)
trademarks of the owner listed in the table. These trademarks will not be indicated
elsewhere in the text (e.g. by use of symbols such as ® and ™) due to the
reference in this Section and to facilitate the reading of the text,
1.2.2
Copyright
This document may be duplicated and distributed only with the express permission
of Siemens, and may be passed only to authorized persons or companies with the
required technical knowledge.
1.2.3
Quality assurance
These documents were prepared with great care.
• The contents of all documents are checked at regular intervals.
• All necessary corrections are included in subsequent versions.
• Documents are automatically amended as a consequence of modifications and
corrections to the products described.
Please make sure that you are aware of the latest document revision date.
If you find any lack of clarity while using this document, or if you have any
criticisms or suggestions, please contact your local POC at the nearest branch
office. Addresses for Siemens RCs are available at www.siemens.com/sbt
1.2.4
Use of documents/ Request to the reader
Before using our products, it is important that you read the documents supplied
with or ordered at the same time as the products (equipment, applications, tools
etc.) carefully and in full.
We assume that persons using our products and documents are authorized and
trained appropriately and have the technical knowledge required to use our
products as intended.
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For more details on the products and applications, please refer to:
• On the internet: "Technical product data and descriptions" at
www.siemens.com/gamma-td
• On the intranet (for Siemens employees only) at
http://step.bt.siemens.com/portal/index.html
• At your next Siemens branch office www.siemens.com/sbt or at your system
suppliers.
• From the support team in the headquarters fieldsupportzug.ch.sbt@siemens.com if no local POC is available.
Siemens assumes no liability to the extent allowed under the law for any losses
resulting from a failure to comply with the aforementioned points or for the improper
compliance of the same.
1.3
Abbreviations and naming conventions
1.3.1
Abbreviations
Abbr.
Description
ABT
ACS790
Automation Building Tool used for engineering with Desigo™ Total
Room Automation (TRA). (KNX PL-Link)
Engineering Tool for Synco devices (KNX LTE-Mode)
Desigo TRA
ETS
KNX LTE-Mode
KNX PL-Link
KNX S-Mode
SSA
Total Room Automation (part of Desigo V5)
Engineering Tool Software (KNX S-Mode) http://www.knx.org/
Communication with KNX LTE-Mode (Logical Tag Extended Mode)
Communication with PL-Link (Peripheral Link)
Communication with KNX S-Mode (System Mode)
Setup & Service Assistant
1.3.2
Naming convention
The term "room sensor" in this document always refers to types AQR257… (base
modules) and AQR253… (front modules).
1.4
Reference documents
The following documents are available at http://www.siemens.com/bt/download
[1] Data sheet for flush-mount room sensors KNX AQR253…, AQR257…
(N1411)
[2] Mounting instructions for flush-mount room sensors AQR253…, AQR257…
(M1411)
[3] KNX bus (CE1N3127)
[4] KNX Standard, Volume 3: System Specifications, Part 7, Chapter 2: Data
Point Types (http://www.knx.org/)
[5] Service- and Operating software ACS790 (CE1N5649)
[6] ABT online help
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Device
2.1
Type summary
Product number
Base
+ Front module
module
Measured variables
Inputs
CO2 Relative
Temperature Air quality Passive temp. 2 potentialhumidity
indication sensor
free contacts
NTC 10k
AQR2570Nx + AQR2530NNW
-
-
-
-
X
X
AQR2570Nx + AQR2532NNW
-
-
X
-
X
X
AQR2570Nx + AQR2533NNW
-
X
-
-
X
X
AQR2570Nx + AQR2535NNW
-
X
X
-
X
X
AQR2576Nx + AQR2530NNW
X
-
-
-
X
X
AQR2576Nx + AQR2532NNW
X
-
X
-
X
X
AQR2576Nx + AQR2533NNW
X
X
-
-
X
X
AQR2576Nx + AQR2535NNW
X
X
X
-
X
X
AQR2576Nx + AQR2535NNWQ
X
X
X
X
X
X
Replace x by:
– F for CEE/VDE
– H for British Standard
– G for Italian Standard
– J for UL Standard
An installed sensor comprises front module, base module and mounting plate as
well as separate-order design frame. Both front and base module can be combined
as needed:
2.2
Equipment combinations
The room sensors are KNX certified and can be connected to all suitable KNX
devices, provided the corresponding data points are available.
The room sensors can be used with the following building automation and control
systems:
• GAMMA Building Management Systems / third-party devices (KNX S-Mode)
• Synco 700 (KNX LTE-Mode)
• Desigo™ Total Room Automation (TRA) V5.1 (KNX PL-Link)
Suitable device examples are provided in data sheet [1].
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Variant and device parts
The room sensor comprises:
• One base module with snapped-on mounting plate.
• One design frame (ordered as separate accessory) and
• One front module.
The sensing elements are located in either the base or the front module (see "Type
summary").
Base module
D
B
1411J05
A
Front module
Frame
C
A
B
C
D
KNX bus connection terminals
Mounting plate
Anti-theft device
Design frame
2.4
Service and connection
elements
Service and connection elements
The service elements program button with LED and the tool connection plug as
well as printed KNX ID are available on the base module.
The base module also contains the measuring circuit and the connection terminals
on the rear.
A
Tool connection plug
B
Status LED
C
D
Programming button
KNX ID no.
(hex and barcode)
The service element functions are described in Section Commissioning.
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Connection terminals
KNX bus connection
Sensor input (NTC 10k)
Common sensor ground
Binary inputs
(NO / NC)
2.4.1
Adhesive address labels
The devices are supplied with peel-off adhesive address labels containing the
unique KNX ID as alphanumeric and barcode display.
AQR2570NF
KNX ID
Simplifying engineering
and commissioning
00FD00086255
Hex
The address label can peeled off the device during mounting and stuck to a floor
plan or similar. The floor plan thus contains the assignment of KNX IDs and
physical installation location. This greatly simplifies the following steps. In addition,
the procedure serves as the basis for the recommended engineering and
commissioning process. If the adhesive labels are lost, all information is still
available in printed form on the housing.
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2.5
Dimensions
Base module
12.5
38
50.5
55
70.8
70.8
1410M01
47
55
13.5
Front and base module
(assembled without
design frame)
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Mounting plate and
design frame
Mounting plate "CEE/VDE"
(square):
DELTA line design frame:
Mounting plate "British standard"
(square):
83
68
30
DELTA miro1 design frame:
11
1410M03
48.5
68
83
3
1
Mounting plate "3 Modular"
(horizontal):
DELTA azio design frame:
Mounting plate "UL" (vertical):
Dimensions as for mounting plate
"3 Modular" (see above) but
vertical.
DELTA azio design frame:
Dimensions as for DELTA azio design frame
(see above), but vertical.
1
DELTA miro glass not compatible with mounting plate “British standard”
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2.6
Environmental compatibility, disposal
General notes
This device was developed and manufactured with environmentally compatible
materials and procedures complying with all relevant environmental standards.
Note the following to dispose of the product following its useful life or in case of
replacement:
• Do not dispose of the device as part of standard household garbage, but as
special waste from plastic and steel, ferrite-magnet components.
This applies in particular to the PCB.
• For this reason, dispose of the components compatible with current
environmental, recycling, and disposal technologies.
Observe all local, applicable laws.
• The aim is to reuse as much of the basic materials as possible at the lowest
possible environmental impact. To this end, note any material and disposal
notes in individual components.
Environmental
declaration
The product environmental declaration CE1E1411en contains data on
environmentally compatible product design and assessments (RoHS compliance,
materials composition, packaging, environmental benefit, disposal)
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Please comply with these
notes
General
regulations
3
Safety and EMC optimization
3.1
Notes on safety
This section explains general and system-specific regulations for mains and
operating voltages. It includes important information for your safety and the safety
of the entire plant.
Please comply with the following general regulations during engineering and
execution:
•
•
•
•
•
Electrical and mains power ordinances for the given country.
Other applicable, national regulations.
Building installation regulations for the given country.
Regulations of the utility company.
Diagrams, cable lists, dispositions, specifications, and orders by the customer or
authorized engineering office.
• Third-party regulations, e.g. by the general contractor or building owner.
Safety
The electrical safety for building automation and control systems by Siemens is
essentially based on safely separating low voltage from mains voltage.
3.2
KNX bus supply
Warning,
maintenance
Device-specific regulations
Note permissible line lengths and topologies when planning and installing room
controllers and field devices featuring KNX bus connection. Make sure the bus
supply complies with the KNX standard.
Do not open the device.
The device is maintenance free. Only the manufacturer can maintain the device.
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3.3
Notes on EMC optimization
Setting up
cable ducts
When setting up cable ducts, separate strongly interfering cables from susceptible
entities.
Cable types
• Interfering cables: Motor cables especially from motors supplied by inverters,
energy-supplying cables.
• Susceptible entities: Control cables, low voltage cables, interface cables, LAN
cables, digital and analog signal cables.
Separate cables
• Both types of cables may be in the same cable duct, but in separate
compartments.
• If no three-sided, closed duct with separating wall is available, the interfering
cables must be separated by at least 150 mm from the others or placed in
separate ducts.
• Crossings of strongly interfering cables with possibly susceptible entities must
be at a right angle.
• In exceptional cases, signal and interfering power cables may be run in parallel,
resulting in a high interference risk.
Unscreened cables
We recommend to generally use unscreened cables. Comply with the
manufacturer's installation recommendations for selecting unscreened cables. In
general, unshielded twisted pair cables have sufficient EMC properties for
technical building applications (including data applications) and do not require
consideration of coupling to surrounding earth.
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Mounting and electrical installation
4.1
Mounting
Comply with the following notes as well as the mounting instructions [2] to mount
the room sensor.
Ambient conditions
Note the permissible ambient temperature and humidity. See data sheet [1] for
environmental conditions.
Mounting location
Sensor mounted on interior wall of room to be conditioned:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
At ca. 1.5 m height in the room and at least 50 cm from the next wall.
Not on outside walls.
Not in niches or behind curtains.
Not above or near heat sources or shelves.
Not on walls covering heat sources such as a chimney.
Not in the radiation range of heat sources and lighting bodies e.g. spotlights.
Not in areas exposed to direct solar radiation.
4.2
Electrical installation/cabling
The device is designed for flush-mounted cabling.
Run the cables from the wall outlet to the room sensor base module.
• Use only suitable cables for the KNX bus.
• Do not swap the wires for the KNX cable.
– Red terminal is for CE +
– Gray terminal is for CE –
• Comply with local installation regulations.
• Use a flat plug to connect the ground cable in the box (in case of switch or mains
plug in the same box).
STOP
Caution
• The device is not protected against inadvertent connection to AC 230 V.
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Connection diagram
Maximum line length for universal temperature sensors and binary inputs: 10 m
Seal the end of the installation conduit to prevent
false measurements due to air drafts.
Comply with the various regulations on separating
various voltage levels when mounting the
temperature sensor (with safety extra-low voltage
protection) alongside the recessed conduit boxes
connected to the low-voltage power. In this case, the
mounting frame must be connected to the protective
ground wire with a flat plug connector plug designed
for grounding.
Bus cabling
1410J07
1411J04
Base module
connection
Information in topology and addressing in KNX networks is available in document
KNX bus [3]. The following information requires electrical installation as per the
KNX-TP1 standard.
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Prerequisites
5
Functionality / Use
5.1
Basics
5.1.1
System environment
For engineering and commissioning, sound knowledge of KNX networks as well as
sufficient knowledge of working with ETS, ACS790, or ABT depending on system
environment is a prerequisite.
System environments and associated tools:
System/Network
environment
Engineering and
commissioning tool(s)
KNX PL-Link
ABT, SSA
KNX LTE-Mode
Synco ACS790
KNX S-Mode
ETS
• For ACS: An interface converter, e.g. OCI700 (part of service tool OCI700.1)
is required to connect a PC with USB interface to a KNX network.
• For ETS: An IP-interface, e.g. N148/22 (5WG1 148-1AB22), is required to
access a KNX network via internet protocol (IP).
• The base modules AQR257… are supplied with the physical address 0.2.255
(default address).
5.1.2
Engineering and
commissioning
documentation
Engineering and commissioning documentation
We recommend documenting and storing all planning data and settings to ensure
easy reuse even after an extended period of time or change of responsibilities.
Clear documentation is required especially in case of calculated or customized
settings. In KNX S-Mode systems, ETS for example can be used for this purpose.
5.2
Purpose
The room sensor is used in heating, ventilating and air conditioning plants to
optimize comfort and energy consumption via demand-controlled ventilation.
The room sensor records:
• CO2 concentration in rooms with varying occupancy due to time or number of
people such as in museums, movie theaters, offices, meeting rooms, class
rooms, auditoriums, hospitals, living spaces.
• Relative room humidity.
• Room temperature.
• A second room temperature for averaging, or floor or ceiling temperature.
The room sensor helps control:
• Room temperature via PID controller.
• Air quality
• Humidity
as well as
• Switching of electrical equipment
• Switching and dimming of lights
• Control solar protection systems
• Monitor window contacts
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5.3
Functions
The room sensor allows for measuring the room temperature, relative humidity, and
CO2 concentration in the room. An additional, passive temperature sensor can be
connected to measure another temperature. The binary inputs of the room sensor
detect the status of up to two connectable, potential-free contacts. As a result, up to
four measured values and two states can be transmitted to other members of the
building automation and control system via KNX bus.
Integrated control functions for room temperature and ventilation allow for
immediate control of suitable actuators to control heating, cooling, and ventilation.
Temperature
(AQR2532…,
AQR2535…)
The room sensor measures the room temperature via an integrated sensing
element. The room temperature can be transmitted to other bus members and
serves in KNX S-Mode as control variable of the integrated room temperature
controller. If an additional, passive room temperature sensor is connected to the
base module, the second measured room temperature can be averaged with the
internally measured room temperature.
(AQR257…)
Each base module has an input for a passive NTC 10k sensing element. The
measured temperature can be transmitted to the bus members depending on the
selected sensor type as either a room temperature, weighted from 100%:0% to
0%:100% (ext.:int.) or as a universal temperature, e.g. floor or ceiling temperature.
Relative humidity
(AQR2533…,
AQR2535…)
The room sensor acquires the relative humidity in the room with the aid of a
humidity sensing element integrated in the front module. The relative room
humidity can be transmitted to other bus members and serves in KNX S-Mode as
control variable of the integrated ventilation controller.
CO2 concentration
(AQR2576…)
The room sensor determines the CO2 concentration via infrared absorption
measurement (NDIR). The sensor provides exact measurements at all times and
does not require maintenance or recalibration thanks to an integrated, stable
reference light source. The CO2 concentration can be transmitted to other bus
members and serves in KNX S-Mode as control variable of the integrated
ventilation controller.
Air quality indication
The background-lit symbol informs on the current level of CO2 in the room. The
colors green / orange / red of the background lighting indicate good / mediocre /
poor air quality. The display can be switched on or off by another bus member, e.g.
switch or timer.
(AQR2535…Q)
Binary inputs
(AQR257…)
The room sensor acquires the states of up to two potential-free contacts. The two
inputs can be parameterized freely to switch and dim lighting as well as control
solar protection plants via suitable actuators. At the same time, window contacts,
for example, can also be monitored. The states are transmitted to other bus
members.
Control functions
(AQR257…,
KNX S-Mode)
The room sensors can be connected to suitable KNX S-Mode heating, ventilating,
and air conditioning actuators via integrated control functions for room
temperature, humidity, and air quality.
A proven PID controller for heating and cooling in KNX S-Mode is provided to
control the room temperature. The controller supplies a continuous or a pulsewidth-modulated PID signal for one heating and cooling actuator each. The room
temperature setpoints for the two operating modes heating and cooling as well as a
blocking object can be received from the bus. Changeover to the operating mode
Heating/Cooling is automatic. Preset control parameters, adjusted to the building
type, are available for selection.
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The integrated room humidity controller and room air quality controller can be used
for ventilation control. Both controllers receive up to three switching point values,
one blocking/release object, or a switching signal (e.g. motion detector) via the
bus. When the respective switching point is exceeded, up to three control signals
and one quasi-continuous signal to control the ventilation actuators are transmitted
to other bus members. In addition, a signal with the max. control value from both
controllers is available.
Air quality
measurement and
assessment
(AQR2576…)
The following table provides information on assessing room air quality based on
the determined CO2 concentration.
[ppm]
<400
700
1000
1500
2000
4000
5000
40000
Typical CO2 concentration
Outside air
City air
Comfort limit
Ventilation strongly recommended
Inacceptable indoor air quality
Bedroom at poor ventilation
Max. concentration for workspaces (MAC value)
Exhaled air
CO2 concentration measurements are influenced by air pressure and temperature.
The lower the air pressure, the lower the measured value. Temperature influence is
corrected automatically if a front module with temperature sensor is installed. The
sensor allows for correcting the determined measured value to the prevailing
average air pressure at the mounting location. To do this, altitude [m above sea
level] must be set. The correction has the following effect on an uncorrected
measured value of 1000 ppm at normal conditions (0 m altitude, 25 °C):
Altitude [m]
CO2 [ppm]
Response to errors
0
1000
500
1095
1000
1201
1500
1317
2000
1445
2500
1586
3000
1740
The room sensor monitors the parameterized sensor variables and the
parameterized front module. An error message is generated if a required sensor
variable does not exist or cannot be measured.
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5.4
Application examples
Below are a few typical application examples for the AQR257… or AQR253….
room sensors.
5.4.1
Room temperature control
This application is recommended primarily for small offices or rooms.
Required devices
(1) Room temperature sensor comprising basic module AQR257… + front module:
AQR2532NNWQ with LED to indicate air quality (2 binary inputs for window
contacts on basic module).
(2) Window contact S290.
(3) Electric, motorized valve actuator AP562/02 with integrated bus coupling.
(2)
(2)
(3)
1411B01
(1)
KNX
Function description
The sensor measures and controls the room temperature and sends the control
value to the valve actuator via the KNX bus.
When connected to a window contact, the sensor additionally is able to detect and
report the window status (open/closed) via KNX bus.
The AP562/02 valve actuator also has 2 binary inputs for window contacts, allowing
for monitoring of 2 additional windows.
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5.4.2
Room temperature control with demand-controlled
ventilation
This application is suited especially for large rooms with several radiators such as
large offices, auditoria, or conference rooms.
Required devices
(1) Temperature sensor AQR2500… (mounting plate) + AQR2531FNW (NTC 10k).
(2) Dual switch 5TD2 111.
(3) Room sensor AQR2576… + AQR2535NNWQ
(2 binary inputs and 1 analog input NTC 10k on base module).
(4) Touch panel UP588/13.
(5) Thermal actuator N605 for 6 control circuits (at 6 binary inputs for window
contacts and dew point monitors).
(6) Switching actuator N562/11.
(2)
(1)
(
(4)
(5)
KNX
(3)
(6)
1411B02
Function description
The flush-mounted sensor (3) measures the CO2 portion of room air and uses
switching actuator N562/11 (6) to provide demand-controlled ventilation. The
switching actuator contains 3 relays and is thus able to control a 3-speed fan. The
present room air quality is indicated via LED on the sensor in the front module. The
room temperature controller integrated in the sensor controls heating via a thermal
actuator (5).
A conventional dual switch (2) allows for controlling a solar protection plant via
suitable actors, or for dimming and switching lighting. In large rooms, an additional
room temperature sensor (1) can be connected. The controller calculates the mean
value from the two room temperature values.
Touch panel UP588/13 is used to display status, measured values, fault
indications, week schedules, and to set threshold values and setpoints as well as
to release functions.
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5.4.3
(1) Room sensor AQR2576… + AQR2535NNWQ.
(2) Window contact S290.
(3) Synco 700 controller RMU730B.
(2)
1411B03
Required devices
Room temperature, humidity, and air quality control
(KNX LTE-Mode, Synco 700)
(2)
(1)
(3)
KNX
Function description
The flush-mounted sensor (1) measures the CO2 concentration, room humidity,
and room temperature, and passes on these values to the controller via the KNX
bus. The controller controls air quality, humidity, and temperature of the
corresponding room based on the measured values.
In addition, binary inputs allow for monitoring window contacts. The status of the
windows (open/closed) is sent via KNX bus to the controller, which in turn triggers
the related action (change operating mode, switch off ventilation, etc.).
5.4.3.1
HVAC applications (Synco 700) with GAMMA building control
technology
Integrated applications for office buildings and conference rooms featuring Synco
or GAMMA devices are located in the Synco-GAMMA application guide for office
buildings - office and conference rooms..
This manual contains 2 applications for flush-mounted sensors to measure and
control air quality as well as blinds and lighting:
• Page 35: "Ventilation with floor heating for blinds and lighting control,
dependent on occupancy"
• Page 40: "VAV and floor heating for blinds and lighting control,
dependent on occupancy for large office or conference rooms".
Other application guides are available at the Download Center
http://www.siemens.com/bt/download under "Synco-Gamma".
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5.4.3.2
Additional application examples for Synco 700
The HVAC Integrated Tool (HIT) contains additional application examples for use
with RDG400KN or RDF341 room thermostats under:
www.siemens.com/hit  In the HIT Start Center, select your country/language
 Applications  Individual rooms  Controller range: RDG/RDF from the
dropdown list box, and then select operating voltage = AC 24 V.
The application examples for the selected range will be displayed.
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GAMMA building management
systems
6.1
Engineering
KNX product data
The product data (*.vd5 or *.knxprod) must be downloaded from the website and
imported in the ETS device catalog for KNX S-Mode engineering. The product data
is available at www.siemens.com/hvac-td or www.siemens.com/symaro
ETS version
If ETS3 is used, make sure to install first ETS3 patch (additional software column
SW) for ETS3.0f  www.siemens.com/hvac-td
For ETS4, make sure the latest version is installed or at least version 4.1.2.
6.2
Commissioning
Commissioning
prerequisites
Depending on the environment, both type and number of adjustable parameters
will vary. Prior to commissioning, all devices must be mounted as per the mounting
instructions [2] and connected to bus cabling. If available, pushbuttons and
external temperature sensors must also be connected to the device. Bus cabling
must be tested.
Pushbuttons
Pushbutton actuation
Meaning
Short (< 0.5 s)
Switch over to programming mode or acknowledge
display of a connection test.
No functions are executed when the programming
button is pressed longer (> 0.5 s to 2 s).
Medium-long (>2 s and <20 s) Special mode (connection test for Desigo TRA). This
manufacturer-specific function can lock the device for
programming mode for ca. 10 s. In this case, the LED
status indication briefly blinks (orange).
Long (> 20 s)
Reset to factory settings.
LED status indication
LED indication
Meaning
Orange
Red
Feedback on special mode.
Device is in programming mode.
All other indication types do not apply to KNX S-Mode.
Switch-on response
During parameterization using the commissioning software, the input objects are
set to default values upon initial switch-on or following standard reset.
In the event of a bus voltage failure, the sensor detects the failure and saves the
values received last to non-volatile memory. After bus power restoration, the saved
status of all input objects is restored.
6.3
KNX S-Mode data points
The number and type of available group objects as well as adjustable parameters
can vary depending on basic configuration. For detailed documentation on KNX SMode data point types, see [4].
Max. number of communication objects 65
Max. number of associations
120
Max. number of group addresses
120
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6.3.1
Room temperature sensor & controller
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576, with front module AQR2532 / AQR2535
Object
index
1
62
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Name in ETS
I/O
1
Data point type KNX
Value range
ID
Format
Unit
Room temperature [°C]
O
9.001
2 bytes
°C
-10.00...+60.00
Fault - room temperature sensor
O
1.001
1 bit
--0 = Normal / 1 = Faulty
If the room temperature sensor is not available or the room temp. cannot be measured, "1 = Faulty“ is generated.
Room temperature controller operating
I
20.105
1 byte
--0, 4, 7, 9-11, 13-15, 17-20 =
mode
Auto / 1, 2, 8, 12 = Heating / 3,
5, 16 = Cooling / 6 = Off / 21255 = Res.
In operating mode “Auto”, the controller automatically changes over between heating and cooling mode. In automatic mode,
only cooling or heating is active at any given time. If the room temperature controller object is enabled, the operating mode
changes from “Off” (Obj. 6 = 0) to “Auto” (Obj. 6 = 1). Default operating mode is “Auto”.
Enable room temperature controller
I
1.003
1 bit
--0 = Controller off /
1 = Controller on
If the room temperature controller is enabled (1 = Controller on), the operating mode changes over to "Auto“. When switched
off (0 = Controller off), the operating mode changes to "Off“. Default state is 1 = Controller On.
Room temperature setpoint while cooling
I
9.001
2 bytes
°C
10…30
Room temperature setpoint while heating
I
9.001
2 bytes
°C
10…30
The setpoints for cooling and heating mode are not interlocked. In operating mode "auto", heating mode is active despite
cooling setpoint < the heating setpoint. The parameterized default setpoints apply for as long as no value is received by the
bus.
Control value cooling – cont.
O
5.001
1 byte
%
0…100% (scaled from 0 to 255)
Control value heating – cont.
O
5.001
1 byte
%
0…100% (scaled from 0 to 255)
Control value cooling – on/off
O
1.001
1 bit
--0 = Off / 1 = On
Control value heating - on/off
O
1.001
1 bit
--0 = Off / 1 = On
Parameters heating/cooling type allow for adapting the controller
to the type of heating. In addition, the controller features two
control algorithms: one for continuous mode (0..100%) and one
for PWM mode (On/Off). The mode is selected via parameter
"Control value type". The control value type is identical for all
operating modes. In continuous mode (obj. 9, 10), the
associated PWM output is "On" at continuous control value ≠ 0.
In PWM mode (obj. 11, 12, and obj. 9, 10), cycle time and pulse
width are adapted to the type of heating, the setpoint, and the
measured room temperature. The min. cycle time is 12 minutes,
the min. pulse width is 4 minutes. The continuous control value
issues 0% or 100% in this operating mode.
6.3.2
Room humidity sensor & controller
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576, with front module AQR2533 / AQR2535
Object
index
2
63
13
14
15
16
17
18
Name in ETS
I/O
1
Data point type KNX
Value range
ID
Format
Unit
Room humidity [%r.h.]
O
9.007
2 bytes
% r.h.
0…100
Fault - Room humidity sensor
O
1.001
1 bit
--0 = Normal / 1 = Faulty
If the room temperature sensor is not available or the room temp. cannot be measured, "1 = Faulty“ is generated.
Switching point r.h.- stage 1
I
9.007
2 bytes
% r.h.
0…100
Switching point r.h.- stage 2
I
9.007
2 bytes
% r.h.
0…100
Switching point r.h.- stage 3
I
9.007
2 bytes
% r.h.
0…100
If no value is received from the bus, the parameterized default switching points apply.
Control value r.h. cont. – manual setpoint
I
5.001
1 byte
%
0…100% (scaled from 0 to 255)
In manual mode (obj. 17, 1=Manual), this object is used to receive a setpoint and output it directly as continuous control
value (obj. 23). Default value is 0.
Control value r.h. cont. - manual mode
I
1.003
1 bit
--0 = Auto / 1 = Manual
Changeover to manual mode allows for receiving a manual setpoint (obj, 16) for the continuous control value (obj. 23).
Otherwise the parameterized control values of the related stage are output. Default is “Auto”.
Enable room r.h. controller
I
1.003
1 bit
--0 = Controller off /
1 = Controller on
When receiving "Controller off", all outputs of the controller are disabled. The controller remains disabled until "Controller On"
is again received. Default is "Controller On".
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index
19
20
21
22
23
Name in ETS
I/O
1
Data point type KNX
Value range
ID
Format
Unit
Override room r.h. controller
I
1.003
1 bit
--0 = Normal / 1 = Overridden
When overriding a controller, the stage defined as "Stage if overridden" is activated. In this case, only the corresponding
object assumes value "1 = On" among objects 20, 21, 22; the two other objects assume value "0 = Off". The continuous
control value (obj. 23) issues the parameterized value for the related stage. Override takes highest priority. Default state is
"Normal“.
Control value r.h. stage 1 - on/off
O
1.001
1 bit
--0 = Off / 1 = On
Control value r.h. stage 2 - on/off
O
1.001
1 bit
--0 = Off / 1 = On
Control value r.h. stage 3 - on/off
O
1.001
1 bit
--0 = Off / 1 = On
If room humidity exceeds a switching point r.h., the control value
r.h. for the respective stage is switched on. Control value r.h. is
switched off again when room humidity < switching point r.h. –
hysteresis.
Control value r.h.- cont.
O
If room humidity exceeds switching point r.h., the
control value parameterized for this stage is issued.
The control value again issues the next lower stage
value when room humidity < switching point r.h. –
hysteresis.
6.3.3
5.001
1 byte
%
0…100% (scaled from 0 to 255)
Room air quality sensor & controller
Base module AQR2576
Object
index
3
64
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Name in ETS
I/O
1
Data point type KNX
Value range
ID
Format
Unit
CO2 concentration [ppm]
O
9.008
2 bytes
ppm
0…5000
Fault - room air quality sensor
O
1.001
1 bit
--0 = Normal / 1 = Faulty
If room air quality cannot be measured, "1 = Faulty“ is generated and sent.
Switching point CO2 - stage 1
I
9.008
2 bytes
ppm
0…5000
Switching point CO2 - stage 2
I
9.008
2 bytes
ppm
0…5000
Switching point CO2 - stage 3
I
9.008
2 bytes
ppm
0…5000
The parameterized default switching points apply if no value is received from the bus.
Control value CO2 cont. - manual setpoint
I
5.001
1 byte
%
0…100% (scaled from 0 to 255)
In manual mode (obj. 29, 1=Manual), this object is used to receive a setpoint and issue it directly as continuous control value
(obj. 35). Default value is 0.
Control value CO2 cont. - manual mode
I
1.003
1 bit
--0 = Auto / 1 = Manual
Changeover to manual mode allows for receiving a manual setpoint (obj. 28) for the continuous control value (obj. 35).
Otherwise the parameterized control values of the related stage are output. Default state is “Auto”.
Enable room air quality controller
I
1.003
1 bit
--0 = Controller Off / 1 =
Controller On
When receiving "Controller off", all outputs of the controller are disabled. The controller remains disabled until "Controller On"
is again received. Default is "Controller On".
Override room air quality controller
I
1.003
1 bit
--0 = Normal / 1 = Overridden
When overriding a controller, the stage defined as "Stage if overridden" is activated. In this case, only the corresponding
object assumes value "1 = On" among objects 32, 33, 34; the two other objects assume value "0 = Off". The continuous
control value (obj. 35) issues the parameterized value for the related stage. Override takes highest priority. Default state is
"Normal“.
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Data point type KNX
ID
Format
Control value CO2 stage 1 - on/off
O
1.001
1 bit
Control value CO2 stage 2 - on/off
O
1.001
1 bit
Control value CO2 stage 3 - on/off
O
1.001
1 bit
If the CO2 concentration exceeds a switching point CO2, the
control value CO2 for the related stage is switched on. The
control value CO2 is again switched off, if the CO2 concentration
returns to < switching point CO2 – hysteresis.
35
Control value CO2 – cont.
O
If the CO2 concentration exceeds a switching point
CO2, the control value CO2 for the related stage is
switched on. The control value issues again the
value of the next lower stage when CO2
concentration < switching point CO2 – hysteresis.
36
Control value CO2, r.h. max. – cont.
O
5.001
1 byte
%
0…100% (scaled from 0 to 255)
This object issues the greater value of obj. 23 and 35.
Air quality indication on/off
I
1.003
1 bit
--0 = Off / 1 = On
This object allows for enabling/disabling the air quality indication. The object is available only if "can be de-/activated via bus"
is selected for the air quality indication bus influence. Default is "On".
57*
Name in ETS
I/O
1
Object
index
32
33
34
5.001
1 byte
Value range
Unit
-------
0 = Off / 1 = On
0 = Off / 1 = On
0 = Off / 1 = On
%
0…100% (scaled from 0 to 255)
* Together with front module AQR2535…Q only
6.3.4
Universal temperature sensor
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576
Object
index
4
65
Name in ETS
I/O
1
Data point type KNX
Value range
ID
Format
Unit
Universal temperature [°C]
O
9.001
2 bytes
°C
-10.00...+60.00
The object is available only if "Yes" is selected for the parameter to activate the universal temperature sensor object. In this
case, the universal temperature and the room temperature cannot be averaged.
Fault - universal temperature sensor
O
1.001
1 bit
--0 = Normal
1 = Faulty
If the universal temperature sensor is not available or cannot be measured, "1 = Faulty“ is sent.
6.3.5
Binary inputs
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576
Object
Index
A
37
B
38
1
Name in ETS
I/O
State contact 1
Input 1 - switch
Input 1/2 - switch
Input 1 – send value
O
I, O
B
Input 1 – switch 2
Input 1 – send value 2
I, O
I, O
42
C
43
C
44
D
Input 1 - switch
Input 1/2 - switch
Input 1 - dim
Input 1/2 - dim
Input 1 – stopstep
Input 1/2 – stopstep
39
B
40
B
41
Data point type KNX
ID
Format
Unit
1.001
1 bit
--1.001
1 bit
---
Value range
1 byte
I, O
5.001
5.010
1.001
5.001
5.010
1.001
1 bit
%
----%
-----
0…100% (scaled from 0 to 255)
0…255
0 = Off / 1 = On
0…100% (scaled from 0 to 255)
0…255
0 = Off / 1 = On
I, O
3.007
4 bit
---
1 = Darker / 9 = Brighter /
0, 8 = Stop
I, O
1.007
1 bit
---
0 = Step up / 1 = Step down
I, O
1 bit
1 byte
0 = Off / 1 = On
0 = Off / 1 = On
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Index
D
45
1
Name in ETS
I/O
Input 1 – up/down
Input 1/2 – up/down
Input 1 block
Input 1/2 block
State contact 2
Input 2 - switch
Input 2 – send value
F
Input 2 – switch 2
Input 2 – send value 2
I, O
I, O
G
Input 2 - switch
Input 2 - dim
H
Input 2 – stopstep
Input 2 – up/down
Input 2 block
46
E
47
F
48
F
49
50
F
51
52
G
53
54
H
55
56
A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H)
Value range
I, O
Data point type KNX
ID
Format
Unit
1.008
1 bit
---
I
1.003
1 bit
---
0 = Enable / 1 = Disable
O
I, O
I, O
1 bit
1 bit
1 byte
I, O
I, O
1.001
1.001
5.001
5.010
1.001
5.001
5.010
1.001
3.007
1 bit
4 bit
----%
----%
-------
I, O
I, O
I
1.007
1.008
1.003
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
-------
0 = Off / 1 = On
0 = Off / 1 = On
0…100% (scaled from 0 to 255)
0…255
0 = Off / 1 = On
0…100% (scaled from 0 to 255)
0…255
0 = Off / 1 = On
1 = Darker / 9 = Brighter /
0, 8 = Stop
0 = Step up / 1 = Step down
0 = Up / 1 = Down
0 = Enable / 1 = Disable
1 bit
1 byte
0 = Up / 1 = Down
Not all objects at the same time:
For both inputs 1/2 only B, C, or D in case of combined function.
Per input only A, B, C, or D; and E, F, G, or H simultaneously in case of single function.
6.3.6
Fault information
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576
Object
index
59
60
61
Name in ETS
I/O
Fault information
O
1
Data point type KNX
ID
Format
Unit
219.001
6 bytes
---
Value range
[0...255 ] = Log no.
[0...2] = Alarm priority
[0...14] = Application area
[0...4] = Fault class
[0...7] = Attribute
[0...7] = Fault state
Information on generated fault.
Fault state
O
1.001
1 bit
--0 = Normal / 1 = Faulty
Global fault indication. State is “Faulty” if another fault appears.
Fault – configuration
O
1.001
1 bit
--0 = Normal / 1 = Faulty
The state changes to “Faulty” if another but the connected front module type was configured. If the front module contains at
least the sensors as configured, no fault is generated..
See sensor for sensor faults.
1)
I/O:
Input/output
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6.4
Parameter description
Factory settings are boldfaced.
6.4.1
Basic configuration
Designation
Values
Description
Base module
AQR2570
AQR2576 (CO2)
Available base module
Front module
AQR2530 (empty)
AQR2532 (T)
AQR2533 (rH)
AQR2535 (T+rH)
A
AQR2535...Q (T+rH+LED)
Front module configured
Activate universal temperature sensor Yes
object
No
A
Activation of object for external temperature input NTC
10k. If selection is “Yes” sensor value can be
transmitted to bus, or, if “No”, can be mixed with room
temperature.
Together with AQR2576 only
6.4.1.1
Air quality indicator
Base module AQR2576 with front module AQR2535…Q
Designation
Values
Description
Bus influence
No
Can be de-/activated via bus
The LED can be activated/deactivated by a bus member
Change of color green <-> yellow at
B
[ppm]
400…5000 ppm
1000 ppm
CO2 threshold value for change of LED color green <->
yellow
Change of color yellow <-> red at
B
[ppm]
400…5000 ppm
1500 ppm
CO2 threshold value for change of LED color yellow <->
red
6.4.2
Room temperature sensors
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576, with front module AQR2532 / AQR2535
Designation
Values
Description
Sensor correction
-5...+5K
at 0.1K steps
0K
Correction of room temperature sensor value
Mixing portion universal temperature
sensor
0% ext, 100% int / … / 100% ext 0% int
at 10% steps
0% Ext, 100% Int
Mixing of (ext) universal temperature sensor with
internal room temperature sensor value. The mixed
value is sent in place of the internal room temperature
sensor value. Mixing only possible if universal
temperature value is not transmitted to bus separately.
Send after change of
0.1K
0.2K
0.3K
0.5K
1K
1.5K
2K
2.5K
Min. change of room temperature until a telegram is
sent.
Send cyclically after
1 min
2 min
3 min
4 min
5 min
10 min
15 min
20 min
30 min
45 min
60 min
Time period after which the room temperature value is
resent.
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6.4.3
Universal temperature sensor
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576
Designation
Values
Description
Sensor correction
-5...+5K
in 0.1K steps
0K
Correction of universal temperature sensor value
Send after change of
0.2K
0.3K
0.5K
1K
1.5K
2K
2.5K
Min. change of universal temperature until a telegram is
sent.
Send cyclically after
1 min
2 min
3 min
4 min
5 min
10 min
15 min
20 min
30 min
45 min
60 min
Time period after which the universal temperature
sensor value is resent.
6.4.4
Room temperature controller
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576, with front module AQR2532 / AQR2535
Designation
Values
Description
Heating type
Radiator heating slow
Radiator heating fast
Floor heating slow
Floor heating fast
Type of heating
Cooling type
Chilled ceiling
Floor cooling
Type of cooling
Default cooling setpoint
10…30 °C at 0.1K steps
24 °C
Cooling setpoint, if no value is received from bus on
object 7. For operation mode auto: If cooling setpoint <
heating setpoint, then controller will heat.
Default heating setpoint
10…30 °C at 0.1K steps
21 °C
Heating setpoint, if no value is received from bus on
object 8.
Control value type
PWM
continuous 0…100%
Output signal of the room temperature controller pulsewidth-modulated/continuous
Send cyclically after
Do not send cyclically
1 min
2 min
3 min
4 min
5 min
10 min
15 min
20 min
30 min
45 min
60 min
Time period after which the control values are resent.
Changes of control values are sent immediately to the
actuators, independently of the selected time period.
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6.4.5
Room humidity sensor
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576, with front module AQR2533 / AQR2535
Designation
Values
Description
Send after change of
2% r.h.
3% r.h.
4% r.h.
5% r.h.
7% r.h.
10% r.h.
Min. change of room humidity until a telegram is sent.
Send cyclically after
1 min
2 min
3 min
4 min
5 min
10 min
15 min
20 min
30 min
45 min
60 min
Time period after which the room humidity value is
resent.
6.4.6
Room humidity controller
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576, with front module AQR2533 / AQR2535
Designation
Values
Description
Default switching point stage 1 [% r.h.]
0…100, 40
r.h. switching point for stage 1
Default switching point stage 2 [% r.h.]
0…100, 70
r.h. switching point for stage 2
Default switching point stage 3 [% r.h.]
0…100, 90
r.h. switching point for stage 3
Hysteresis
2% r.h.
3% r.h.
4% r.h.
5% r.h.
7% r.h.
10% r.h.
The value defines the lower switching point and
prevents frequent stage switchover at small value
changes.
Control value stage 0
0…100%
0%
Control value sent to a bus member connected to the
output. See Object 23
Control value stage 1
0…100%
35%
Control value sent to a bus member connected to the
output. See Object 23.
Control value stage 2
0…100%
70%
Control value sent to a bus member connected to the
output. See Object 23.
Control value stage 3
0…100%
100%
Control value sent to a bus member connected to the
output. See Object 23.
Stage when overridden
0
1
2
3
Direct activation of the control value stage when the
controller is overridden.
Send cyclically after
Do not send cyclically
1 min
2 min
3 min
4 min
5 min
10 min
15 min
20 min
30 min
45 min
60 min
Time period after which the control values are resent.
Changes of control values are sent immediately to the
actuators, independently of the selected time period.
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6.4.7
Room air quality sensor
Base module AQR2576
Designation
Values
Description
Altitude above sea level [m]
0…3000 m
0m
Entry of altitude above sea level at measuring location
to correct CO2 measured value
Send after change of
50 ppm
100 ppm
150 ppm
200 ppm
250 ppm
300 ppm
400 ppm
500 ppm
Min. change of CO2 value until a telegram is sent.
Send cyclically after
1 min
2 min
3 min
4 min
5 min
10 min
15 min
20 min
30 min
45 min
60 min
Time period after which the CO2 value is resent.
6.4.8
Room air quality controller
Base module AQR2576
Designation
Values
Description
Default switching point stage 1 [ppm CO2] 400…5000 ppm, 800 ppm
CO2 switching point for stage 1
Default switching point stage 2 [ppm CO2] 400…5000 ppm, 1000 ppm
CO2 switching point for stage 2
Default switching point stage 3 [ppm CO2] 400…5000 ppm, 1500 ppm
CO2 switching point for stage 3
Hysteresis
50 ppm
100 ppm
150 ppm
200 ppm
250 ppm
300 ppm
400 ppm
500 ppm
The hysteresis prevents frequent stage switching in the
event of small value changes.
Control value stage 0
0…100%
0%
Control value sent to a bus member connected to the
output. See object 35.
Control value stage 1
0…100%
35%
Control value sent to a bus member connected to the
output. See object 35.
Control value stage 2
0…100%
70%
Control value sent to a bus member connected to the
output. See object 35.
Control value stage 3
0…100%
100%
Control value sent to a bus member connected to the
output. See object 35.
Stage when overridden
0
1
2
3
Direct activation of the control value stage when the
controller is overridden.
Send cyclically after
Do not send cyclically
1 min
2 min
3 min
4 min
5 min
10 min
15 min
20 min
30 min
60 min
Time period after which the control values are resent.
Changes of control values are sent immediately to the
actuators, independently of the selected time period.
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6.4.9
Binary inputs
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576
6.4.9.1
General settings
Designation
Values
Description
Assignment of inputs
Individual
Combined
Use of binary inputs individually or combined.
Input 1/2
--2-button switching
2-button dimming
2-button blinds
Function of dual buttons on binary inputs 1 and 2 at
combined function for both inputs.
Activate blocking object for inputs 1/2
Yes
No
If the input is blocked (blocking object = 1), state
changes for this input no longer are evaluated.
Input 1
--1-button switching / send value
1-button dimming
1-button blinds
Contact
Function of the button on binary input 1 (at one function
per input)
Activate blocking object for input 1
Yes
No
If the input is blocked (blocking object = 1), state
changes for this input no longer are evaluated.
Input 2
--1-button switching / send value
1-button dimming
1-button blinds
Contact
Function of the button on binary input 2 (at one function
per input)
Activate blocking object for input 2
Yes
No
If the input is blocked (blocking object = 1), state
changes for this input no longer are evaluated.
6.4.9.2
Inputs 1/2, 2-button functions
When function is combined for both inputs.
Designation
Values
Description
Type of contact
Normally open
Normally closed
Contact status.
Long keypress
0.5 sec
0.6 sec
0.8 sec
1.0 sec
1.2 sec
1.5 sec
2.0 sec
2.5 sec
3.0 sec
4.0 sec
5.0 sec
6.0 sec
7.0 sec
Definition of the duration of a keypress, to differentiate
between short and long keypress.
Action button 1, 2
On, off
Off, on
Button function for 2-button switching.
Action button 1, 2 short/long keypress
On/brighter, off/darker;
Off/darker, on/brighter
Button function for 2-button dimming.
Action button 1, 2 short/long keypress
Step/up, step/down
Step/down, step/up
Button function for 2-button blinds.
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6.4.9.3
Input, 1-button functions
When assigning individual functions per input, the same setting options are
available for both binary inputs independent of each other.
Designation
Values
Description
Type of contact
Normally open
Normally closed
Contact status.
Long keypress
0.5 sec
0.6 sec
0.8 sec
1.0 sec
1.2 sec
1.5 sec
2.0 sec
2.5 sec
3.0 sec
4.0 sec
5.0 sec
6.0 sec
7.0 sec
Definition of the duration of a keypress, to differentiate
between short and long keypress.
6.4.9.3.1
1-button light switch / send value
Designation
Values
Description
Reaction to
Edge
Short/long keypress
Triggering of assigned button function via switching
edge or duration of keypress.
Action at rising edge/short keypress
--On
Off
Toggle
Send percentage value
Send value 0…255
Reaction after detection of rising edge or short
keypress.
Send value
0…100%
0…255
0%
Default value when assigning send percentage value /
send value 0…255 for action rising edge/short keypress.
Action at falling edge/long keypress
--On
Off
Toggle
Send percentage value
Send value 0…255
Reaction after detection of falling edge or long keypress.
Send value
0…100%
0…255
0%
Default value when assigning send percentage value /
send value 0…255 for action falling edge/long keypress.
Send long keypress over 2. object
Yes
No
Allows for activation of a second group object at long
keypress. If disabled, the same group object as for short
keypress is used.
6.4.9.3.2
1-button dimming
Designation
Values
Description
Action at short/long keypress
On/brighter
Off/darker
Toggle/dimming
Reaction after detection of short/long keypress always
on/brighter or off/darker, or toggle and change dimming
direction
6.4.9.3.3
1-button blinds
Designation
Values
Description
Action at short/long keypress
Step/up
Step/down
Step/toggle
Reaction after detection of short/long keypress always
step/up or step/down, or step and change direction
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6.4.9.3.4
Contact
Designation
Values
Description
Type of contact
Normally open
Normally closed
Contact status.
Send cyclically after
Do not send cyclically
1 min
2 min
3 min
4 min
5 min
10 min
15 min
20 min
30 min
45 min
60 min
Time period after which the state at the binary input is
resent.
Response after bus power recovery
Never send *
Always send
Send if changed*
Determines if a measured value at the binary input is
sent following bus power restoration.
* Possible only, if do not send cyclically is assigned.
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Synco building automation and
control system
7.1
Engineering
Tool ACS790 is used for engineering in KNX LTE–Mode with devices from the Synco
700 range. This tool is documented in Service- and Operating software ACS790 [5].
ACS790 version
For ACS790, version 8.23 must be installed at a minimum.
Recommendation: Keep
the adhesive address
labels
During room sensor mounting, the address labels can be peeled off the devices
and stuck to a floor plan or similar to show the KNX IDs and the physical location in
one place.
After mounting/installation, the devices are detected after updating the ACS790
device list. The devices can be easily identified in the device list based on the
collected KNX IDs, and the physical addresses can be assigned as planned. As a
result, commissioning requires only very little effort.
7.2
Commissioning
Commissioning
prerequisites
Depending on the environment, both type and number of adjustable parameters
will vary. Prior to commissioning, all devices must be mounted as per the mounting
instructions [2] and connected to bus cabling. If available, pushbuttons and
external temperature sensors must also be connected to the device. Bus cabling
must be tested.
Pushbuttons
Pushbutton actuation
Meaning
Short (< 0.5 s)
Switch over to programming mode or acknowledge
display of a connection test.
No functions are executed when the programming
button is pressed longer (> 0.5 s to 2 s).
Special mode (connection test for Desigo TRA). This
manufacturer-specific function can lock the device for
programming mode for ca. 10 s. In this case, the LED
status indication briefly blinks (orange).
Reset to factory settings.
Medium-long (>2 s and <20 s)
Long (> 20 s)
LED status indication
LED indication
Meaning
Orange
Red
Feedback on special mode.
Device is in programming mode.
All other indication types are irrelevant for KNX LTE-Mode.
KNX LTE–Mode
commissioning
Room sensor AQR257…, KNX LTE–Mode controllers, and operator units are
connected to power. Update first the ACS790 device list, then open.

Variant 1 (recommended)
1. Select a room sensor from the device list via the KNX ID
(KNX-IDs must be collected during mounting).
2. Double-click this line to open the "Address assignment" dialog.
or
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
Variant 2
1. Set addressing mode for the room sensor (briefly press button on device
 LED is red).
2. In the ACS790 device list, use "Addressing mode…" to select the
currently active device  Enter a physical address in the "Address
assignment" dialog  Click "Write".

Enter a physical address and short description for the selected room sensor.

Close the "Address assignment“ dialog by clicking "Write…“.

Repeat these steps for all room sensors to be commissioned.
Then: Continue configuration in ACS790.
KNX multi-Mode
commissioning
The sensor can be operated as both KNX S-Mode and KNX LTE-Mode system at
the same time. To do this, commissioning for both KNX S-Mode and KNX LTEMode is required. All parameters exist only once, i.e. all parameters excepting zone
settings apply to both operating modes and are overwritten by ETS and ACS. For
this reason, do not use ETS to set sending intervals > 15 min. for the measured
values.
7.3
KNX LTE-Mode Parameter description
Factory settings are boldfaced.
7.3.1
General parameters
Designation
Values
Description
Front module
AQR2530 (empty)
AQR2532 (T)
AQR2533 (rH)
AQR2535 (T+rH)
A
AQR2535...Q (T+rH+LED)
Front module configured
Digital Input 1
--Contact
Function for input 1
Digital Input 2
--Contact
Function for input 2
Activate universal temperature sensor Yes
No
A
Activation of external temperature input NTC 10k. If
selection is “Yes” sensor value can be transmitted to
bus, or, if “No”, can be mixed with room temperature.
Together with AQR2576 only
7.3.2
Communication
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576, LTE zones valid for all room sensors.
Designation
Values
Description
Geographical zone (apartment)
---, 1...126
Geographical communications address for KNX LTEMode, apartment
Geographical zone (room)
---, 1…63
Geographical communications address for KNX LTEMode, room
Geographical zone (subzone)
---, 1…15
Geographical communications address for KNX LTEMode, subzone
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7.3.3
Room temperature sensors
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576, with front module AQR2532 / AQR2535
Designation
Values
Description
LTE transmission zone
---, 1…4095
Sending zone for KNX LTE-Mode
Sensor correction
-5...+5K
at 0.1K steps
0K
Correction of room temperature sensor value
Mixing portion universal temperature
sensor
0% ext, 100% Int / … / 100% ext 0% Int
at 10% steps
0% Ext, 100% Int
Mixing of (ext) universal temperature sensor with
internal room temperature sensor value. The mixed
value is sent in place of the internal room temperature
sensor value. Mixing only possible if universal
temperature value is not transmitted to bus separately.
7.3.4
Universal temperature sensor
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576
Designation
Values
Description
LTE transmission zone
---, 1…4095
Sending zone for KNX LTE-Mode
Sensor correction
-5...+5K
in 0.1K steps
0K
Correction of universal temperature sensor value
7.3.5
Room humidity sensor
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576, with front module AQR2533 / AQR2535
Designation
Values
Description
LTE transmission zone
---, 1…4095
Sending zone for KNX LTE-Mode
7.3.6
Room air quality sensor
Base module AQR2576
Designation
Values
Description
LTE transmission zone
---, 1…4095
Sending zone for KNX LTE-Mode
Altitude above sea level [m]
0…3000 m
0m
Entry of altitude above sea level at measuring location
to correct CO2 measured value
7.3.7
Binary inputs
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576
7.3.7.1
Contact
Designation
Values
Description
LTE transmission zone
---, 1…4095
Sending zone for KNX LTE-Mode
Type of contact
Normally open
Normally closed
Contact status.
7.3.8
Faults
Designation
Values
Description
Enable AlarmInfo
Enabled
Disabled
Enabling of cyclical alarm information for KNX LTEMode.
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Desigo building automation and
control system
8.1
Engineering
Engineering at the system level is based on the Automation Building Tool ABT. The
web server-based tool SSA (Setup & Service Assistant) allows for data point testing
during commissioning.
Plug&play
commissioning
If engineered accordingly, Desigo KNX PL-Link systems can be commissioned
using plug&play, i.e. after applying power, commissioning is largely automatic. To
this end, the workflow below must be adhered to. This workflow is based on correct
preparation of the AQR257... capable automation station (e.g. PXC3... from
Desigo V5.1).
Recommended
engineering workflow
The following (ideal) engineering workflow is recommended to take advantage of
the functionality of the flush-mount room sensor AQR257… or KNX PL-Link.
1.
The design engineer DE plans the system using the ABT [6] tool. The
planning data for the entire project are saved to the engineering data
server.
2.
The electrical installer EI installs the flush-mount room sensor, peels off
the address labels from the devices and sticks them to a floor plan or
similar plan. The floor plan is then returned to the planning engineer who
uses the floor plan to complete the planning data (assignment of room
sensor as per actual addresses in ABT).
3.
The design engineer can now preconfigure the automation station (e.g.
PXC3..) offline in ABT: After adding the required number of room sensor
the KNX PL-Link bus of an automation station, the configuration dialog of
the individual room sensor now allows for entering the KNX ID
alphanumerically or, if supported, via a barcode scanner. This configuration
is then compiled into a pack&go file for upload into the automation station
at the installation location.
4.
The design engineer sends the pack&go file to the electrical installer.
The electrical installer uploads this file into the automation station and runs
initial tests via the SSA tool.
5.
The commissioning engineer CE uses the planning data and ABT to
complete commissioning.
8.2
Commissioning
Commissioning
prerequisites
Depending on the environment, both type and number of adjustable parameters
will vary. Prior to commissioning, all devices must be mounted as per the mounting
instructions [2] and connected to bus cabling. If available, pushbuttons and
external temperature sensors must also be connected to the device. Bus cabling
must be tested.
Pushbuttons
Pushbutton actuation
Meaning
Short (< 0.5 s)
Switch over to programming mode or acknowledge
display of a connection test.
Medium-long (>2 s and
<20 s)
Long (> 20 s)
Carry out connection test (only available with KNX PLLink).
Reset to factory settings.
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LED status indication
KNX PL-Link
commissioning
LED indication
Meaning
Dark
1x orange flash
Permanent orange flash
a) Device is not connected to power.
b) Device is powered and works as intended.
Feedback on pressing button medium-long.
Wait (connection test or reset to factory settings).
Flashing red
Connection test failed.
Red
Device is in programming mode.
Green
Connection test successful.
Several room sensors can be connected concurrently or in sequence to power. For
plug&play commissioning, the automation station must be set up accordingly as
per the recommended workflow in Section Engineering. A simultaneous KNX SMode operation is not possible.
The automation station is started and connected to the bus, the room sensors are
disconnected from power.

Initiate connection of all room sensors to power (concurrently or by device).

The automation station and room sensor register and assign the addresses.
Configuration data is transmitted from the controller to the room sensors.

Optional: Test the connection via medium-long keypress(>2 s and <20 s).
8.3
Parameter description
Factory settings are boldfaced.
8.3.1
General parameters
Designation
Values
Description
Activate GPTS object
Yes
No
Activation of object for external temperature input NTC
10k. If selection is “Yes” sensor value can be transmitted
to bus, or, if “No”, can be mixed with room temperature.
8.3.2
Functions
Designation
Channel name
Type
Description
Room Sensors
AC_FMS_1
RTS, RRHS,
A
RAQS.
Room temperature sensor, room relative humidity
sensor, room air quality sensor. Available sensors
depend on selected combination of base and front
A
module.
Binary Input 1 / 2
AC_FMS_2
LSSB, LDSB,
Electro functions for switching, dimming, blinds, or
SSSB, or GPDI contact monitoring.1-button or 2-button mode.
Binary Input 2
AC_FMS_3
LSSB, LDSB,
Electro functions for switching, dimming, blinds, or
SSSB, or GPDI contact monitoring.1-button mode only.
AC_FMS_4
GPTS
General purpose temperature
A
External universal NTC10k temperature sensor
For available types see section 2.1 Type summary.
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8.3.3
Communication
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576, LTE zone per function valid for assigned types.
Designation
Values
Description
Geographical zone (apartment)
---, 1...126
Geographical communications address for KNX LTEMode, apartment
Geographical zone (room)
---, 1…63
Geographical communications address for KNX LTEMode, room
Geographical zone (subzone)
---, 1…15
Geographical communications address for KNX LTEMode, subzone
8.3.4
Room temperature sensors RTS
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576, with front module AQR2532 / AQR2535
Designation
Values
Description
Sensor correction
-5...+5K
at 0.1K steps
0K
Correction of room temperature sensor value
Mixing portion GPTS
0% ext, 100% int / … / 100% ext 0% int
at 10% steps
0% Ext, 100% Int
Mixing of (ext) universal temperature sensor with
internal room temperature sensor value. The mixed
value is sent in place of the internal room temperature
sensor value. Mixing only possible if universal
temperature value is not transmitted to bus separately.
Change of value, COV
0.1…2.5K
Min. change of room temperature until a telegram is
sent.
Heartbeat
120…900s
Time period after which the room temperature value is
resent.
Minimal repetition time
10…60s
Minimal delay between consecutive telegrams.
8.3.5
Universal temperature sensor GPTS
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576
Designation
Values
Description
Sensor correction
-5...+5K
in 0.1K steps
0K
Correction of universal temperature sensor value
Change of value, COV
0.2…2.5K
Min. change of universal temperature until a telegram is
sent.
Heartbeat
120…900s
Time period after which the universal temperature
sensor value is resent.
Minimal repetition time
10…60s
Minimal delay between consecutive telegrams.
8.3.6
Room humidity sensor RRHS
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576, with front module AQR2533 / AQR2535
Designation
Values
Change of value, COV
2…10% r.h.
Description
Min. change of room humidity until a telegram is sent.
Heartbeat
120…900s
Time period after which the room humidity value is
resent.
Minimal repetition time
10…60s
Minimal delay between consecutive telegrams.
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8.3.7
Room air quality sensor RAQS
Base module AQR2576
Designation
Values
Description
Altitude above sea level [m]
0…3000 m
0m
Entry of altitude above sea level at measuring location to
correct CO2 measured value
Change of value, COV
50…500 ppm
100 ppm
Min. change of CO2 value until a telegram is sent.
Heartbeat
120…900s
Time period after which the CO2 value is resent.
Minimal repetition time
10…60s
Minimal delay between consecutive telegrams.
8.3.8
Binary inputs
Base module AQR2570 / AQR2576
8.3.8.1
Inputs 1/2, 2-button functions
When channel AC_FMS_3 is deactivated and function is combined for both inputs.
Designation
Values
Description
Type of contact normally closed
True
False
Contact status.
Button 1, action at rising edge
--On
Off
Toggle
LSSB, reaction after detection of rising edge.
Button 1, action at falling edge
--On
Off
Toggle
LSSB, reaction after detection of falling edge.
Button 2, action at rising edge
--On
Off
Toggle
LSSB, reaction after detection of rising edge.
Button 2, action at falling edge
--On
Off
Toggle
LSSB, reaction after detection of falling edge.
Long keypress
0.5…7.0s
LDSB, SSSB, definition of the duration of a keypress, to
differentiate between short and long keypress.
Invert dimming direction in 2-buttonmode
True
False
LDSB, button function for 2-button dimming.
Polarity inverse
True
False
SSSB, button function for 2-button blinds. Invert
assignment of moving directions.
8.3.8.2
Input, 1-button functions
When channel AC_FMS_3 is activated and assigning individual functions per input,
the same setting options are available for both binary inputs independent of each
other.
Designation
Values
Description
Type of contact normally closed
True
False
Contact status.
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8.3.8.2.1
1-button switching LSSB
Designation
Values
Description
Action at rising edge
--On
Off
Toggle
Reaction after detection of rising edge.
Action at falling edge
--On
Off
Toggle
Reaction after detection of falling edge.
8.3.8.2.2
1-button dimming LDSB
Designation
Values
Description
Action at short/long keypress
On/brighter
Off/darker
Toggle/dimming
Reaction after detection of short/long keypress always
on/brighter or off/darker, or toggle and change dimming
direction
Long keypress
0.5…7.0s
Definition of the duration of a keypress, to differentiate
between short and long keypress.
8.3.8.2.3
1-button blinds SSSB
Designation
Values
Description
Action at short/long keypress
Step/up
Step/down
Step/toggle
Reaction after detection of short/long keypress always
step/up or step/down, or step and change direction
Long keypress
0.5…7.0s
Definition of the duration of a keypress, to differentiate
between short and long keypress.
8.3.8.2.4
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Designation
Values
Description
Heartbeat
0, 120…900s
Time period after which the state at the binary input is
resent. No heartbeat if 0s.
Response after bus power recovery
Never send *
Always send
Send after a change
Determines if a measured value at the binary input is
sent following bus power restoration.
* Possible only, if heartbeat is not assigned.
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Siemens
Building Technologies
Flush-mount room sensors AQR253... AQR257...
Desigo building automation and control system
CE1P1411en
2013-04-17
Siemens Switzerland Ltd.
Sector Infrastructure & Cities
Building Technologies Division
Gubelstrasse 22
6301 Zug
Switzerland
Tel. +41 41-724 24 24
www.siemens.com/sbt
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Subject to change
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Siemens
Building Technologies
Flush-mount room sensors AQR253... AQR257...
CE1P1411en
2013-04-17