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TAC Vista
Product Catalog
Issue: October 2008
Make the most of your energy
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Table of Contents
About TAC. ................................................................................................................................................................ 1
System Overview.................................................................................................................................................... 5
Software...................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Vista 5............................................................................................................................................................ 10
Introduction................................................................................................................................................... 10
TAC Vista 5 Server......................................................................................................................................... 11
TAC Vista 5 Workstation................................................................................................................................ 12
TAC Vista 5 Report Generator....................................................................................................................... 13
TAC Vista 5 Signature.................................................................................................................................... 13
TAC Vista 5 Graphic Editor OGC................................................................................................................... 14
TAC Vista 5 Graphic Editor TGML.................................................................................................................. 14
TAC Vista 5 Database Generator................................................................................................................... 15
TAC Vista 5 Communication SYSTEM 7......................................................................................................... 15
TAC Vista 5 OPC Client................................................................................................................................. 15
TAC Vista 5 OPC Server................................................................................................................................ 16
TAC Vista 5 CIPCL Editor............................................................................................................................... 16
TAC Vista 5 IPCL Editor................................................................................................................................. 16
TAC Vista 5 OPC Tool.................................................................................................................................... 17
TAC Vista 5 Webstation................................................................................................................................. 17
TAC Vista ScreenMate................................................................................................................................... 18
TAC Vista Host Tool....................................................................................................................................... 18
LNS Server..................................................................................................................................................... 18
Vista FM
TAC Vista FM................................................................................................................................................ 19
Engineering Tools
TAC Menta . ................................................................................................................................................. 20
TAC ZBuilder................................................................................................................................................. 21
TAC XBuilder................................................................................................................................................. 22
TAC OPC Tool............................................................................................................................................... 22
LonMaker® Network Management Tool........................................................................................................ 23
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Hardware.................................................................................................................................................................. 25
Ethernet Devices
Introduction................................................................................................................................................... 26
TAC Xenta 511/511-B................................................................................................................................... 27
TAC Xenta 527.............................................................................................................................................. 28
TAC Xenta 913.............................................................................................................................................. 29
TAC Xenta 911.............................................................................................................................................. 31
TAC Xenta 700.............................................................................................................................................. 32
Programmable Controllers
Introduction................................................................................................................................................... 34
TAC Xenta 280.............................................................................................................................................. 36
TAC Xenta 300 Stand Alone.......................................................................................................................... 37
TAC Xenta 300 Base Unit.............................................................................................................................. 38
TAC Xenta 401 and 401:B Base Unit.............................................................................................................. 39
TAC Xenta 411/412 Digital Input Module..................................................................................................... 40
TAC Xenta 421A/422A Universal Input and Digital Output Module.............................................................. 41
TAC Xenta 451A/452A Universal Input and Analog Output Module............................................................. 42
TAC Xenta 471 Analog Input Module............................................................................................................ 43
TAC Xenta 491/492 Analog Output Module................................................................................................. 44
TAC Xenta OP Operator Panel...................................................................................................................... 45
Zone Controllers
Introduction................................................................................................................................................... 48
TAC Xenta 101-VF Fan Coil Unit Controller................................................................................................... 50
TAC Xenta 102-B, 102-EF, 102-VF VAV Controllers....................................................................................... 51
TAC Xenta 102-ES VAV Controller (valve reheat)........................................................................................... 52
TAC Xenta 102-AX VAV Controller with Onboard Actuator and Air flow Transducer..................................... 53
TAC Xenta 103-A Chilled Ceiling Controller................................................................................................... 54
TAC Xenta 104-A Roof Top Unit Controller................................................................................................... 55
TAC Xenta 110-D Dual Zone Controller......................................................................................................... 56
TAC Xenta 121-FC Programmable Fan Coil Controller................................................................................... 57
TAC Xenta 121-HP Programmable Heat Pump Application............................................................................ 58
TAC Xenta OP LonWorks® Operator Panel.................................................................................................... 59
Vista Security
Introduction................................................................................................................................................... 62
TAC Xenta 527.............................................................................................................................................. 63
TAC/INET 7790A MicroController Interface................................................................................................... 64
TAC 7798 I/SITE LAN Integrated Site Controller............................................................................................ 65
TAC/INET SCU Security Control Units 1284, 1280, 1200.............................................................................. 66
TAC 7798C (SLI) sub-LAN Interface.............................................................................................................. 67
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Network Infrastructure Products
Introduction................................................................................................................................................... 70
TAC Xenta 901 Serial LonTalk® Adapter......................................................................................................... 71
TAC Xenta 911.............................................................................................................................................. 72
PC LonWorks® Adapter................................................................................................................................. 73
PCMCIA LonWorks® Adapter........................................................................................................................ 73
Serial LonWorks® Adapter.............................................................................................................................. 74
TAC Xenta LonWorks® Repeater FTT10, 24V................................................................................................. 74
Termination................................................................................................................................................... 75
TAC Xenta 913 LonWorks®/INET Gateway.................................................................................................... 75
NIC-PCI Network Interface............................................................................................................................ 76
LonWorks® Terminal Units............................................................................................................................. 77
LonWorks® LCD Display................................................................................................................................ 78
LonWorks® Routers....................................................................................................................................... 79
LPA Protocol Analyzer................................................................................................................................... 80
LonWorks® Network Interfaces, NIC.............................................................................................................. 81
LonWorks® (EIA-709) IP Routers Gateway..................................................................................................... 82
Operator Panels
Introduction................................................................................................................................................... 84
TAC Xenta Operator Panel............................................................................................................................ 85
TAC Xenta OP 1500...................................................................................................................................... 86
Air Handling Controllers
Introduction................................................................................................................................................... 88
TAC 2411, 2412 and 2413............................................................................................................................ 89
TAC 2000 Viewer.......................................................................................................................................... 90
Heating Controllers
Introduction................................................................................................................................................... 92
TAC 2112...................................................................................................................................................... 93
TAC 2222...................................................................................................................................................... 94
TAC 2232...................................................................................................................................................... 95
TAC 2242...................................................................................................................................................... 96
TAC 2321...................................................................................................................................................... 97
TAC 2000 Viewer for TAC 2000 Heating Controllers..................................................................................... 98
TA 200.......................................................................................................................................................... 99
TA 200 OPT Heating Compensator and Optimizer...................................................................................... 100
TA 239W..................................................................................................................................................... 101
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About TAC
Open Systems for Building IT®
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Global Leader
in Building IT
TAC is a leading provider of building automation solutions based
on Open Integrated Systems
for Building IT. TAC’s mission is
to provide added value through
building environment services
for indoor climate, security and
use of energy, delivered with
advanced technology to end users
and property owners throughout
the world. With over 80 years of
experience in the HVAC, building
automation and security arenas,
TAC employs more than 5,000
people worldwide, with partners
and branches in 80 countries.
TAC’s parent company, Schneider
Electric, is the world leader in automation and electricity management, with over 90,000 employees worldwide and operations in
130 countries.
Ratheon, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA
TAC is the fastest-growing, most innovative company in the building automation
industry. We are at the forefront of growth because we deliver what our customers
want, year after year, building after building.
WHAT MAKES
TAC THE LEADER?
• Fastest-growing, most
innovative in the industry
• Delivering “customer for life”
services and benefits
• Taking open, integrated
systems to a new level
• Technical and market
leadership
• World-class market
representation
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Support and Energy
Optimization
We are committed to supporting our
customers’ facilities and to ensuring optimum energy performance
throughout the entire life-cycle of
their buildings.
We offer a comprehensive range of
vital monitoring, energy efficiency
and support services tailored to your
specific operational needs, including:
• A full array of performance
contracting services
• Energy efficiency programmes
that address all aspects of
energy use
• 24/7 telephone support and
remote management services
• Low cost and no cost energy
conservation measures
• Comprehensive user training
• Technical help desk
Capricorn Building, Düsseldorf, Germany
THE ADVANTAGES OF “OPEN INTEGRATED SYSTEMS FOR BUILDING IT”
Our open, standard technology enables you to integrate heating and cooling,
access control, security monitoring, ventilation, fire and smoke control and lighting,
across your enterprise. This approach reduces training and maintenance costs,
increases energy savings, and adds value by collecting and sharing vast amounts of
pertinent facility and financial data, which helps you run a more profitable building.
You have full control of an entire building — or multiple buildings, or each room
in each building — from a single user interface. Better control translates directly
into such benefits as savings, flexibility, security, reduced expenses, more attractive
properties and user-friendly operation. Even employee productivity improves, because
people feel and function better as a direct result of improved indoor climate.
• Software upgrades and
migration paths
• Adjustment and optimization of
installed systems
• Regular inspection and
function testing
• Call-out maintenance
Open systems also provide the freedom to create new innovative solutions. Because
we use standard, non proprietary technology such as TCP/IP, LonWorks®, BACnet®
and Ethernet, our solutions are compatible with virtually all systems on the market,
and can fully integrate on one network. This gives you more options and prevents you
from being locked in with any one vendor’s technology.
HOW DO WE DELIVER OUR SOLUTIONS?
We deliver solutions through a world-class organization that covers all continents. We
are proud to claim premier systems integrators as our partners to market. Along with
our branch offices, they deliver solutions throughout the world, tailored to the needs
of each facility, region and industry.
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System Overview
Providing Solutions Enabled by Open
Systems for Building IT®
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VISTA SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE
All TAC® products incorporate the
TP/FT-10 Free Topology Transceiver
TAC VistaTM
Workstation
Web Client
TAC Vista Server
TAC Vista Webstation
Optional local client
Full I/NET or TAC
XentaTM 527 Web client
Ethernet TCP/IP
TAC XentaTM 511/731
TAC Xenta 527
LonWorks® TP/FT-10
LonWorks® TP/FT-10
Motion
Detector
Router
I/NETTM Network
TAC Xenta 104
TAC Xenta 302
and Operator
Panel
CHW Valve
TAC Vista interoperable open systems create seamless integration
To satisfy the accelerating building control requirements of today’s building owners
and occupants, the controls industry focuses on information technology for building
management – Building IT.
By merging communications, data collection, information sharing and networking into
a single, interoperable system, TAC Vista creates efficient, economical building control
solutions that fit seamlessly with other products based on open system architecture.
Combining industry-standard technology with an easy-to-use interface, TAC Vista
produces an integrated building management solution that is reliable, flexible and
cost-effective. Full integration of environmental control as well as facility and energy
management in a single software package allow you to customize TAC Vista for any
building and security management application.
Open system for open choice
TAC Vista is based on totally open architecture, which gives customers freedom of
choice in selecting products from a wide range of suppliers, yielding true vendor independence. TAC Vista runs on Microsoft® Windows® with standard LAN communication on Ethernet® or fiber optics using TCP/IP and standard network equipment. Field
bus communication features the open LonWorks® technology, which is used by more
than 3,000 vendors worldwide.
TCP/IP offers a variety of networking architecture options
Using TCP/IP, TAC Vista host workstations can communicate across the Internet and
existing commercial WAN/LANs.
TAC Vista’s flexible architecture makes it highly scalable
National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom
TAC Vista is eminently suited for any building management application, regardless of
the building size, the number of buildings or what distances separate the buildings.
TAC Vista manages multi-campus office parks and district-wide school systems just as
efficiently as single, small office buildings.
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You will always know what is happening within your
control system
Alarms and historical logs provide system monitoring that is both reliable and flexible. TAC Vista operators can respond to critical alarms in seconds. The receipt of
an alarm can even automatically display a specific system page, giving the operator
quick, graphical access to the situation.
TAC Vista
TAC Vista is the software solution that efficiently controls, checks and
analyzes the daily operation and economical running of a building. TAC Vista is
available in a variety of packages designed to maximize efficiency and economy.
TAC Vista is also modular, making it easy to expand the system as your needs
change. Also, TAC Vista is available in an increasing number of languages.
Monitor all aspects of how your
building operates
TAC Vista Server and Workstation
TAC Vista Server provides access to the environmental and security controls for
operator workstations, and is the primary operator interface to the control system.
It displays daily operations through a graphical user interface, providing operators
with ready access to alarms, historical logs and sophisticated data trend logs as well
as standard and custom reports.
TAC Vista Webstation
Webstation allows access to the control system using common web browsers.
Using any web browser, users can navigate their site, view graphics and trend
charts and manage alarms. Webstation provides access to trace events in the system, and the Webstation server provides access to periodic or automatic reports.
Analyze to improve building performance
TAC Vista ScreenMate
The main task of the TAC Vista ScreenMate is to replace the functionality found in
sophisticated room thermostats. ScreenMate makes it possible for users to read and
make personal changes to settings such as the room temperature setpoint­or to
view the outside air temperature directly from the user’s PC. The ScreenMate solution is based on standard web technologies and can be accessed from any client
device with a web browser.
Control your environment from your desktop
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TAC MentaTM
TAC Menta is the programming software tool for the TAC XentaTM controllers. You
will save time and improve operational reliability with this engineering tool for HVAC
applications.
TAC Menta:
• Provides many pre-programmed function blocks and basic application elements
• Monitors offline simulations and online testing with an integrated trend log
TAC Xenta
All TAC Xenta controllers provide open, future-proof system architecture. TAC Xenta
controllers provide access to a standardized LonWorks®-based network technology
supporting a flexible control system to which components from other manufacturers
can be connected.
The TAC Xenta 100 line consists of LonMark®-certified zone controllers designed
for specific applications such as fan coil, VAV, chilled ceiling and rooftop air handling
units.
The TAC Xenta 280 and 300 series of LonMark®-certified programmable controllers
are intended for any type of plant room control applications.
The LonMark®-certified TAC Xenta 401 controller and the TAC Xenta 400 I/O
modules are programmable and intended for larger a­ pplications.
The TAC Xenta 511 is a cost-effective method of monitoring small-scale LonWorksbased networks. The TAC Xenta 511 works like any web server, making it easy to
monitor and control operations over the Internet.
The TAC Xenta 911 is an Ethernet communication device that lets you communicate
with your LonWorks network over TCP/IP.
The TAC Xenta 913 is a multi-protocol gateway bridging the gap between
different protocols and communication technologies – e.g. linking BACnetTM,
Modbus® or M-bus to LonWorks.
The TAC Xenta 527 is a cost-effective method of integrating the I/NET security
system into TAC Vista.
The TAC Xenta 700 series is a multifunctional presentation and control system with an
embedded web server that allows you to access your control application and control
networks via a web browser any time and anywhere in the world.
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Software
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TAC Vista 5
Vista 5 Packages
The TAC Vista software suite is delivered in the following software installation packages:
• TAC Vista Standalone
• TAC Vista Standard
• TAC Vista Manager
• TAC Vista Professional
• TAC Vista Enterprise
Please refer to the table below for the package contents.
Software
Part. No.
Packages
Title
0-008-8220-0
Workstation
0-008-8221-0
Graphics Editor OGC
0-008-8222-0
Graphics Editor TGML
0-008-8223-0
Report Generator
0-008-8224-0
OPC Tool
0-008-8225-0
IPCL Editor
0-008-8226-0
Central IPCL Editor
0-008-8227-0
Database Generator
0-008-8228-0
I/NET Integrated
0-008-8229-0
I/NET Security
0-008-8230-0
Signature
0-008-8240-0
Menta 5
0-008-8241-0
XBuilder 5
0-008-8242-0
ZBuilder
0-008-8250-0
Vista Server
0-008-8251-0
OPC Client
0-008-8252-0
System 7
Standalone
(0-008-8200-0)
Standard
(0-008-8201-0)
Manager
(0-008-8202-0)
Professional
(0-008-8203-0)
Enterprise
(0-008-8204-0)
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ScreenMate3
1) Limited server.
2) Three Client Access Licenses, CALs (0-008-8271-0).
3) See product datasheet for part numbers for various license packages.
Maintenance agreements are available for most TAC Vista software modules ( part numbers are given on the following pages). An
active maintenance agreement ensures that the licensee has access to any new, minor and major, versions. Maintenance agreements are automatically renewed at the end of each 12 month period. The termination notice is three months.
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TAC Vista 5
TAC Vista 5 Server
The TAC Vista 5 Server communicates with TAC Xenta
controllers or with any LonWorks® product using SNVTs
(Standard Network Variable Types).
Connection for remote monitoring and/or remote control
of TAC systems is by a PC LonTalk® adapter or a dedicated/dial-up line. Geographically remote systems can be
connected via a modem. Automatic bi-directional dial-up
(Auto Dial) is used for requests, changing values and for
transferring alarms.
Data storage kernel for the following
functions
• Network management in a multistation system
• Database Management
• Alarm Handling
• Authority/Security
• Backup
• Scheduling
• Trend Logging
• Event Logging
• Central IPCL
• System Administration
Description
0-008-8250-0 New License
0-008-8350-0 Upgrade
0-008-8450-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
Maintenance Agreements - see page 10 for further details
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TAC Vista 5
TAC Vista 5
Workstation
Basic software module with color graphics, alarm handling, authority/security, scheduling, trend logging and
data backup functionality.
Color Graphics
• Dynamic color graphics
• Display and control
Trend Viewer
• Hierarchical image links
• Variety of calculation functions
• Real time data acquisition
• Time and event controlled activation
• Simultaneous display of several graphics on one
screen
• Post editing option of recorded values
• Dynamic trend curves
• Dynamic trend curves
Alarm Handling
• Graphic display and evaluation of online values and
trend logs
• Recording interval of 10 seconds to 10 years
• Alarm and status monitoring
• Color-coded alarm display with information text
• Easy operation based on the Microsoft® Windows®
standard
• Time and/or event-controlled alarm output on one or
several printers
• Export of values to other applications such as
Microsoft® Excel®
• 1000 alarm priority levels
• Variety of graphical presentation options
• Real time error message processing
• Alarm interlocking
Event Viewer
• Selection and sorting options for alarm summary
• Acquisition and storage of all events that occur in the
system (system diary)
• Alarm links to reports, color graphics, trend charts and
text files
• Alarm repetition block
• Error report statistics
• Audible and visual alarm reports
• Error report acknowledgement
Access Control
• User identification
• Specified access authorization for all users
• Standby log out function
• Automatic log out function
• Encrypted passwords and NT security
Backup
• Seamless recording of all system data
Time Schedule
• Automatic daylight savings correction
• Automatic leap year function
• Weekly and alternative time programs
• Chronological acquisition of event data within the
system when entering date, time, command carried
out and the corresponding user
• Recording of events and commands
• Clearly arranged display of event data
System Documentation
• System configuration
• Process units
• Object list
• Data point list
• Data point checklist
• Fixed values
Explorer
• User friendly navigation tool
Description
0-008-8220-0 New License
0-008-8320-0 Upgrade
0-008-8420-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
• System time synchronization
Maintenance Agreements - see page 10 for further details.
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TAC Vista 5
TAC Vista 5 Report
Generator
Software module that independently generates clear and
informative reports and overviews, such as alarm
and maintenance reports, status reports, trend logging
reports as well as special user-defined reports, diagrams
and overviews.
• Standard software based on Microsoft® Excel®
• Form and content presentation can be freely
configured
Description
0-008-8223-0 New License
0-008-8323-0 Upgrade
0-008-8423-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
• Wide range of options for editing acquired data
• Complete support for Microsoft Excel presentation
options such as lines, bars and pie charts
• Report printing on demand, or as scheduled
• Wide range of options for text entry, preparation of
graphics and calculation
• Standard formats or customized reports
• Display on screen or printed to one or several printers
TAC Vista 5 Signature
Stand-alone energy management software for the
optimal analysis of large data volumes.
• Dynamic data exchange or manual data entry
Description
0-008-8330-0 Upgrade
0-008-8430-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
• Budget management and control
• Energy profiles
• Energy usage reports
• Degree days calculation
• Consumption can be displayed based on a range of
parameters
Maintenance Agreements - see page 10 for further details.
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TAC Vista 5
TAC Vista 5 Graphics
Editor OGC
A high performance stand-alone software module for
creating and editing dynamic system images.
A broad range of drawing tools, symbols and functions
allows customized and efficient color graphic creation.
• Extensive standard symbol library
• Symbol editor
Description
• Run time simulation
0-008-8221-0 New License
0-008-8321-0 Upgrade
0-008-8421-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
• Unrestricted tool positioning
• Multiple graphics
• Import of .bmp .gif .jpg .pcx .tif graphics files
• Dynamic and animated graphics as well as creation of
dynamic links
TAC Vista 5
Graphics Editor TGML
TGML is the enhanced Vista graphics system. The editor
for TGML graphics provides the user with the most powerful and easy-to-use operator interface in the industry.
The richness and flexibility of what can be achieved is
unrivalled.
In addition to the ability to draw basic shapes like lines,
polylines, curves, polygons, ellipses, arcs etc, the list of
functions includes:
• Components and symbols. Use the symbols supplied
with TGML, e.g. DIN and ISO, or create your own
library with your preferred look and feel.
• Windows standard user interface ‘drag and drop’ can
be used in the editor.
• Change object appearance with fill color, stroke color,
width, height, font, font size etc, and add effects like
color gradients or semi-transparency
• Bind to any signal in a Vista system, to any property
of a graphical object, or bind several Vista signals to
several properties for dynamic behavior.
Description
0-008-8222-0 New License
0-008-8322-0 Upgrade
0-008-8422-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
• Embed pictures and photos.
• Automatically convert OGC graphics.
• Animations and conversions.
• Javascript for more advanced user interaction.
Maintenance Agreements - see page 10 for further details.
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TAC Vista 5
TAC Vista 5 Database
Generator
Software module for the efficient processing of project
specific system data.
• Copying, editing and reusing existing system data
from other projects
• Data import, export and conversion
• Conversion and adaptation of system information in
the TAC Vista 5 database
TAC Vista 5
Communication System 7
Description
0-008-8227-0 New License
0-008-8327-0 Upgrade
0-008-8427-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
Description
0-008-8252-0 New License
Software module for communication with the TAC ZONE
0-008-8352-0 Upgrade
II and SYSTEM 7 systems. It supports PLB, KE11 and
0-008-8452-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
LCU-C communication interfaces and a dedicated/dialup line connection is used for remote monitoring and/or
remote control. Geographically remote systems can be
connected via a modem. Automatic bi-directional dial-up
(Auto Dial) is used for requests, changing values and for
transferring alarms.
TAC Vista 5 OPC Client
Software module for communicating with a wide range
of third party drivers via an OPC server. Hundreds of
examples of OPC servers are available for integrating
devices and systems from other manufacturers. Drivers
are available for the following communication protocols.
• ABB Master – Alfa Laval Automation – Andover
– BACnet – BAS2800 – CAN – Carrier CCN – CSI
Description
0-008-8251-0 New License
0-008-8351-0 Upgrade
0-008-8451-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
• Danfoss Danduc – EIB – Exomatic – Fabec/Tateco AB
– FIX – Interbus-S – JCI – Landis & Gyr
• Modicon MODBUS – Panasonic – Profibus – Saia SBus – Toshiba – Telefrang N45 – TREND IQ70
• Siemens S7, H1, L2 – Siematic – York YT – Zerberus
Additional information and supply sources are available
on request.
Maintenance Agreements - see page 10 for further details.
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TAC Vista 5
TAC Vista OPC Server
A software module for open access, via an OPC standard
interface, to the TAC Vista 5 server. Provides LonWorks®
network object data (nodes, network variables) as OPC
objects in a continuously updated database and carries
out all the packaging, converting and updating required
for these objects.
• Client/server architecture
Description
0-008-7949-0 New License
• Easy and convenient access to TAC Vista via OPC
• Automatic updating
• Suitable for large data quantities
TAC Vista 5 CIPCL Editor
High-level language for efficient programming of special
functions in the TAC Vista 5 Server.
• Programming language for logical and special functions in the server
• Source file preparation
Description
0-008-8226-0 New License
0-008-8326-0 Upgrade
0-008-8426-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
• Program code conversion
TAC Vista 5 IPCL Editor
High-level language for programming logical functions in
TAC ZONE II and TAC SYSTEM 7 systems.
• Programming language for logical and special functions in the controller family TA 65XX and 67XX
Description
0-008-8225-0 New License
0-008-8325-0 Upgrade
0-008-8425-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
• Source file preparation
• Download of software to the controllers
Maintenance Agreements - see page 10 for further details.
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TAC Vista 5
TAC Vista 5 OPC Tool
Software module for the integration of OPC servers into
the TAC Vista 5 database (clients). It is easy to operate
and based on the Microsoft Windows standard. This
minimizes the work required to configure the OPC client
in the TAC Vista 5 server database. Structures and objects are imported into this from external OPC servers.
Description
0-008-8224-0 New License
0-008-8324-0 Upgrade
0-008-8424-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
TAC Vista 5
Webstation
The software module TAC Vista 5 Webstation gives
access to TAC Vista 5 systems using a standard web
browser via the Intranet /Internet. The following operating functions are supported:
• Display and acknowledge alarms
• Read and write values
• View graphics
• Trend logging
• Historical events
• Reports and charts
Description
0-008-8270-0 New License – 1 User
0-008-8370-0 Upgrade – 1 User
0-008-8470-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement –
1 User
0-008-8271-0 New License – 3 Users
0-008-8371-0 Upgrade – 3 Users
0-008-8471-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement –
3 Users
0-008-8272-0 New License – 6 Users
0-008-8372-0 Upgrade – 6 Users
0-008-8472-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement –
6 Users
0-008-8273-0 New License – 12 Users
0-008-8373-0 Upgrade – 12 Users
0-008-8473-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement –
12 Users
0-008-8274-0 New License – Unlimited Users
0-008-8374-0 Upgrade – Unlimited Users
0-008-8474-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement –
Unlimited Users
Maintenance Agreements - see page 10 for further details.
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TAC Vista 5
TAC Vista ScreenMate
(Virtual Room Unit)
Room control via the Intranet on a PC workstation.
• Virtual room control device as monitor image
• Individualized control configuration
• Variable setting of room functions such as:
– Dimming lights
– Switching lights
– Adjusting blinds
– Change setpoints
– Display of actual values
0-008-8281-0 New License – 20 Users
0-008-8381-0 Upgrade – 20 Users
0-008-8481-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement –
20 Users
Description
0-008-8282-0 New License – 100 Users
0-008-8280-0 New License – 10 Users
0-008-8382-0 Upgrade – 100 Users
0-008-8380-0 Upgrade – 10 Users
0-008-8482-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement –
0-008-8480-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement –
100 Users
10 Users
TAC Vista Host Tool
We have integrated TAC I/NET with TAC Vista. The
result is a uniquely well structured and feature rich solution, enabling users to operate TAC Vista/TAC Xenta
and I/NET systems using one user interface.
If the advanced functions enabled by the I/NET Host
Tool are required by end customers, TAC I/NET Security or TAC I/NET Integrated licenses are required. TAC
I/NET Security limits the Host Tool to presenting access
control and security options only.
Description – Vista 5 i/net integrated
0-008-8228-0 New License
0-008-8328-0 Upgrade
0-008-8428-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
Description – Vista 5 i/net Security
0-008-8229-0 New License
0-008-8329-0 Upgrade
0-008-8429-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
LNS® Server
The Echelon® LNS Server is used to expand the TAC Vista
5 Server so that it can communicate with LonWorks®
devices directly via LNS. The LNS Server is required for
systems where LonMaker® is not installed.
Description
0-008-8253-0 Vista 5 LNS Server
0-008-8353-0 Vista 5 LNS Server Upg
0-008-8453-0 1 year Vista LNS Server
Maintenance Agreements - see page 10 for further details.
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TAC Vista FM
Vista FM
Executive
Vista FM
TAC Vista FM is a suite of software solutions, built around
an integrated database, that gives you a window into the
cost and performance of your buildings. It collects and
reports – in clear, readable presentations and charts – the
information needed to manage operational, system and
technical data throughout the building lifecycle.
Vista FM
Energy
Vista FM
Maintenance
TAC Vista FM
Database
Vista FM
Calculation
Vista FM
HelpDesk
Vista FM
Long Term
Planning
Fully integrated with the TAC Vista building automation
system, Vista FM draws on real time information so you
accurately see the big picture, or drill down for details to:
Vista FM
Document
Vista FM
Contract
• Track budgets across organizations and buildings
Vista FM Executive
• Respond to and manage service calls
• Long-term planning
• View and manage energy consumption
• Strategic decision making
• Handle work orders for suppliers and contractors
• High-level view of maintenance, energy, etc.
• Analyze trends and set targets
• Links to Vista FM database
• Develop strategic plans for optimum building performance and cost
Vista FM Energy
• Environmental impact of energy use
Vista FM Maintenance
• Reading interval adjustment
• Maintenance schedules
• Degree-days
• Maintenance history
• Main and sub meters
• Maintenance instructions
• Meter changes
• Resource management
• Versatile reporting
• Weekly work orders
• Meter reading schedules
• Reactive maintenance
• Freely definable monitoring objects
• Progress monitoring
• Direct link to building automation system
Vista FM HelpDesk
Vista FM Calculation
• Requests
• Air handling unit energy consumption
• Work orders
• Contacts
• Can download real time data from the Vista building
automation system
• Resource management
• Temperature set points, time schedules, etc.
• Monitoring
• Effect of tariffs
• Fault history
• Feedback
Vista FM Document
• CAD drawings
Vista FM long term planning (LTP)
• Word and Excel files
• Action planning and scheduling
• Digital photographs
• Cost estimates
• Links to Vista FM database
• Repair history
• File borrowing information
• Survey reports
• Search capabilities
Vista FM Contract
• Archiving
• Flexible structure of contracts
• Check dates and other detail controls
• Search and reporting
• Contract parties and contract costs
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Engineering Tools
Vista FM (continued)
new license
MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT
0-008-8080-0 TAC Vista FM Base
0-008-8081-0 TAC Vista FM Maintenance
0-008-8082-0 TAC Vista FM HelpDesk
0-008-8083-0 TAC Vista FM Document
0-008-8084-0 TAC Vista FM Calculation
0-008-8085-0 TAC Vista FM Energy
0-008-8086-0 TAC Vista FM LTP
0-008-8087-0 TAC Vista FM Contract
0-008-8088-0 TAC Vista FM Signature
0-008-8089-0 TAC Vista FM Executive
0-008-8100-0 TAC Vista FM Web Base
0-008-8101-0 TAC Vista FM Web Maintenance
0-008-8102-0 TAC Vista FM Web HelpDesk
0-008-8103-0 TAC Vista FM Web HelpDesk Req
0-008-8104-0 TAC Vista FM Web Document
0-008-8105-0 TAC Vista FM Web Energy
0-008-8106-0 TAC Vista FM Web LTP
0-008-8107-0 TAC Vista FM Web MaintBook
0-008-8108-0 TAC Vista FM Web Executive
0-008-8120-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Base
0-008-8121-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Maintenance
0-008-8122-0 1 year TAC Vista FM HelpDesk
0-008-8123-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Document
0-008-8124-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Calculation
0-008-8125-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Energy
0-008-8126-0 1 year TAC Vista FM LTP
0-008-8127-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Contract
0-008-8128-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Signature
0-008-8129-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Executive
0-008-8140-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Web Base
0-008-8141-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Web Maintenance
0-008-8142-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Web HelpDesk
0-008-8143-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Web HelpDesk Req
0-008-8144-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Web Document
0-008-8145-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Web Energy
0-008-8146-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Web LTP
0-008-8147-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Web MaintBook
0-008-8148-0 1 year TAC Vista FM Web Executive
TAC Menta
®
Fully featured, graphical engineering tool for
programming, commissioning and operating
TAC Xenta® controllers.
• Easy graphical programming
• Wide range of functions and application libraries
• Trend logging, scheduling and alarm definitions
• Automatic creation of LonWorks® object files in
XIF format
• Offline simulation
• Single step execution
Description
• Online operating functions
0-008-8240-0 New License
0-008-8340-0 Upgrade
0-008-8440-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
• Dynamic online trend
• Documentation support
• Downloading of software to TAC Xenta controllers
• Fully integrated with the TAC Vista database
• Definition of the menu structure for the TAC Xenta
OP, Operator Panel
Maintenance Agreements - see page 10 for further details.
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Engineering Tools
TAC ZBuilder
TAC ZBuilder is an easy to use and a cognitive tool
to configure TAC Xenta 121 zone controllers. It is
Windows® based and is fully integrated with TAC Vista
and LonMaker® for Windows®. It can also be used as a
stand alone tool.
Full integration with TAC Vista makes ZBuilder easy to
learn and increases the engineering and installation efficiency.
Graphic representation
All heating, cooling and fan stages are represented in
graphics, showing how you have configured it, for easy
understanding of the control function including all activation levels and hystereses.
Control Sequences
All heating and cooling sequences are easy to set by just
choosing the number of stages or type of output from
the drop down lists. The activation points are easily and
intuitively adjusted.
The following stages are supported:
TAC ZBuilder Templates
TAC ZBuilder comes with several templates covering
most common fan coil and heat pump applications, including sequences and typical exception modes. Should
a template covering your typical needs be missing, you
can easily create it in TAC ZBuilder and re-use it over and
over again.
Description
0-008-8242-0 New License
0-008-8442-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
• On/off
• 1 stage
• 2 stages
• 3 stages
• Increase/decrease
• PWM
• Analog
Fan Control
The fan can be programmed to support the following
fan types including a number of additional fan control
functions.
The following stages and functions are supported:
• On/off
• 2 stages
• 3 stages
• Analog
• Startup boost
• Conditioning
• Start and stop delays
• Fan feedback and interlock with temperature control
devices
Maintenance Agreements - see page 10 for further details.
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TAC Vista 5
TAC XBuilder
TAC XBuilder is the programming tool for
TAC Xenta 511, (version 2.0 and later). XBuilder
addresses the programming task from the end user
point of view, instead of from the device point
of view. XBuilder is a project oriented tool, which
means all data in an application will be stored in
a project container.
The user interface is intuitive and customizable with
four main windows.
• System – describes the logical system with objects
and connections
Description
0-008-8241-0 New License
0-008-8341-0 Upgrade
0-008-8441-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
• Network – describes the physical implementation of
the system with objects
• Properties – describes the properties of the
selected object in the System or Network window
• Output – informs the user about errors and warnings
in the project
TAC Vista OPC Tool
The TAC Vista OPC Tool is a tool used for browsing
OPC servers and automatically programming the
TAC Vista database. Specifically, this tool is used for
TAC OPC server for Danduc, I/Net OPC server or
any other OPC server supporting OPC Data Access,
alarm & events or historical data.
Programming the TAC Vista database involves
choosing the signals and trend logs you need to generate
and operate. After generation of the objects, TAC Vista
Description
will be able to communicate with any equipment that is
0-008-8224-0 New License
handled by an OPC server.
0-008-8324-0 Upgrade
TAC Vista OPC Tool can be used to perform these tasks: 0-008-8424-0 1 Year Maintenance Agreement
• Locate OPC servers locally or on any node of
a network
• Browse the hierarchy of items in the OPC server
• Create and update objects for the TAC Vista
database
• Substitute unsupported characters in OPC servers
• Log result to a log file
Maintenance Agreements - see page 10 for further details.
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TAC Vista 5
LonMaker Network
Management Tool
®
High performance network management tool for creating, installing and maintaining multi-vendor, open and
interoperable LonWorks® networks. The LonMaker®
Management Tool is based on Echelon’s LNS® network
operating system, and combines high performance client-server architecture with the user-friendly
Microsoft® Visio® user interface.
• Simple graphics programming
Description
• Based on LNS operating system and Microsoft Visio
9-008-0003-0 Credits for LonMaker ® Network
Management Tool (100 units)
9-008-0013-0 LonMaker ® 3.2 Standard Edition
9-008-0014-0 LonMaker ® 3.2 Professional Edition
9-008-0015-0 LonMaker ® 3.2 Standard Edition
Upgrade
9-008-0016-0 LonMaker ® 3.2 Pro Edition Upgrade
• Supports remote access via LonWorks® or IP networks
• Connection of independent networks to one network
• Simple installation of LonMark® applications
• Supports Plug-ins for TAC Xenta 100 series zone
controllers
• Supports simultaneous access by several users
Maintenance Agreements - see page 10 for further details.
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Hardware
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TAC Xenta
Ethernet Devices
The convergence of Internet and LonWorks® technology creates new opportunities in building automation, and TAC is in the forefront of this development with
the concept of Open Systems for Building IT.
TAC provides a number of Ethernet devices to let you save a large portion of the
infrastructure cost for systems installation by sharing already installed network
cables.
The table below provides an overview of the TAC Xenta range of Ethernet devices
and their functionality.
Function
Web
LTA1
Xenta
Server
TAC Xenta 511
q
q
q
TAC Xenta 511-B
q
q
q
TAC Xenta 527
q
Product
q
TAC Xenta 527-NPR
I/NET
Points
I/NET
NPR
Modbus
Protocols Gateway MicroNet
q
q
q
q
q
I/O
Modules
Support
for Xenta
280/300/401
q
q
q
q
q
TAC Xenta 701
Service3
q
q
10
TAC Xenta 711
Custom4
q
q
10
q
TAC Xenta 721
Service3
q
q
20
q
TAC Xenta 731
Custom4
q
q
q
20
q
TAC Xenta 913
q
q
q
TAC Xenta 9112
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
1 - LonTalk Adapter
2 - Xenta 911 also supports IP Modem and Remote Serial Port
3 - Web pages automatically generated for commissioning and service purposes only. No end-user web content available.
4 - Totally configurable end-user web pages available
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Ethernet Devices
TAC Xenta 511/511-B
Web Server
®
The TAC Xenta 511 is a web-based presentation system for LonWorks® and
Modbus networks. Using a standard web browser, the operator can easily
view and control the devices in the LonWorks® network via the Internet or a
local intranet. One TAC Xenta 511 can present a small to medium LonWorks®
network or be one of several local presentation devices in a larger network.
functional features
• Multiple access levels
• Security functions for TCP/IP
firewalls
• Complete alarm handling
• Alarm routines for sending emails that can be converted to
SMS and reports
• Dynamic color graphics (automatic updating)
• Display of values in diagrams
• Data logging and data logging
viewer
• Ability to change values/conditions (e.g. setpoints)
• Ready-made menus, help functions and links to web pages
• Storage of customer-specific
documentation and web pages
The TAC Xenta 511 can also be used as an LTA (LonTalk® adapter) between
TAC Vista and the LonWorks® network.
Specifications
Supply voltage��������������������������������������� 24 V AC ±20%, 19 - 40 V DC
Power consumption������������������������������� max. 5 W
Transformer sizing ��������������������������������� 5 VA
Ambient Temperature
Storage��������������������������������������������������� –20 °C to +50 °C
(–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation ��������������������������������������������� 0 °C to +50 °C
(+32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity ����������������������������������������������� max. 90% RH non-condensing
Real Time Clock
Accuracy at +25 °C (77°F)��������������������� ±12 minutes per year
Data backup in event of power failure��� 72 h
Dimensions incl. base ��������������������������� 90 x 110 x 77mm
(3.5”x4.3”x3.0”)
Enclosure rating������������������������������������� IP 20
Communication
Supports SNVT (Standard Network
Variable Types) in accordance
with LonMark® and TAC network
variables. Changes are immediately
visible to all users. TAC XBuilder is
used to create web pages, and for
the installation and initial operation
of the TAC Xenta 511.
Modem ������������������������������������������������� 2400 - 57600 bps, RS232A, RJ45,
8-p
PC configuration ����������������������������������� RS232B, RJ10, 4-p
LonWorks®��������������������������������������������� FTT-10, screw terminal
MODBUS����������������������������������������������� RS 485 (TAC Xenta 511-B)
Ethernet������������������������������������������������� TCP/IP, 10Base-T, RJ45
Memory
Internal memory������������������������������������ 16 MB
External memory����������������������������������� expandable with MMC
(4 – 128 MB, MMC card)
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0811-0 TAC Xenta 511
0-073-0812-0 TAC Xenta 511-B
Accessories
0-073-0902-0 Terminal part for all Xenta 4/5/9xx
0-073-0920-0 TAC Xenta: Programming Serial Kit for all Xenta 4/5/9xx
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Ethernet Devices
TAC Xenta 527
The TAC Xenta 527 is a comprehensive presentation system, which enables
secure web access to both TAC I/NET Seven and TAC VistaTM networks
simultaneously. It provides you with the freedom to monitor your system
from any location with Internet access. With automatic network discovery of
TAC I/NET systems, the only configuration needed is to point the Xenta 527
to TAC I/NET’s NetPlusTM Routers or TAC I/NET Hosts. After that, your entire
TAC I/NET network is immediately available through the web interface.
functional features
• Real time graphics and
dynamic data
• Simultaneous presentation
of TAC I/NET and TAC Vista
systems
• Trend logging and analysis
• Time scheduling
• Time synchronization
• Alarm management
• Alarm notification via email
• Device mode management
• Event viewing and filtering
• Point control
• Operator security
• Personal home page
• Wireless Sensor Support
You can access any point in your system, either through the convenient
browse functionality, or via a graphic page link. Comprehensive control
features include changing values such as set points, optimization parameters,
and PID parameters. Manual control features such as test, hold, and manual
are all supported as well as acknowledge, and momentary release for doors.
Specifications
Dimensions������������������������������90 x 110 x 77mm (3.5” x 4.3” x 3.0”)
Supply voltage�������������������������24 V AC ±20%, 50/60 Hz or 19–40 V DC
Power consumption�����������������max. 5 W
Transformer sizing �������������������5 VA
Ambient Temperature
Storage������������������������������������� –20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation �������������������������������0 °C to +50 °C (+32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity ���������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Mechanical
Dimensions������������������������������90 x 110 x 77mm (3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
Weight�������������������������������������0.2 kg (0.44 lb.)
Enclosure rating�����������������������IP 20
• Embedded Net Plus router
Real Time Clock
Accuracy at +25 °C (77°F)�������±12 minutes per year
• Peer to Peer linking of TAC
I/NET to LON® signals
Power failure protection�����������72 h
• Configurable Encryption
for TAC I/NET I/P
communications
• Supports DNS and DHCP
configurations
• Comprehensive SNMP
integration
• On-board Controller LAN
connection
Communication
A: RS232���������������������������������2400 – 57600 bps, RJ45, 8-p
A: RS485���������������������������������2400 – 57600 bps, async. terminal block
B: RS232 ���������������������������������RJ10, 4-p
C: RS485���������������������������������sync. (SDLC) terminal block
LonWorks®�������������������������������TP/FT-10, terminal block
Ethernet�����������������������������������TCP/IP, 10Base-T, RJ45
Memory
Internal memory����������������������16 MB
External memory���������������������expandable with MMC
(4 – 128 MB, MMC card)
Description
0-073-0820-0
TAC Xenta 527
Accessories
0-073-0902-0 Terminal part TAC Xenta 400
0-073-0920-0 TAC Xenta: Programming Serial Kit
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TAC Xenta 913
LonWorks® Gateway
functional features
The TAC Xenta 913 is a cost-effective way to integrate a large variety of
products into a TAC network. The TAC Xenta 913 supports the most commonly used open protocols, such as Modbus, BACnet and LonWorks®. It
also supports some manufacturer-specific protocols, e.g. I/NET and Clipsal
C-bus.
The TAC Xenta 913 acts as a gateway, and transfers data point values from
one network to another. Configuration is carried out using the TAC XBuilder
programming tool.
• Freedom to migrate to open
systems
• Bridges the gap between two
protocols and communication
technologies
• Handles most common
protocols
Protocol
Description/
Model
Driver Description
BACnet
BACnet IP /
MS-TP / PTP
BACnet is a standard protocol for building
automation developed by ASHRAE.
Supports BACnet ReadProperty and
WriteProperty messages.
Max. no. of devices: IP: 10, MS-TP: 30, PTP: 10
Modbus/
J-Bus
Modbus
Master / Slave
/ TCP
Commonly used protocol by many PLCs and
other equipment manufacturers.
• Uses Poll-on-demand to extract data
• RTU or ASCII Formats
• Supports 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 and 10
MODBUS functions
Max. no. of devices: As Master: 31 Slaves, As
Slave: 1 Master, TCP: 100
M-Bus
Metering Bus
M-Bus is a standard protocol for meters.
Requires a hardware converter between RS-232
and M-Bus e.g. Level-Converter PW20 from
Relay GmbH.
Max. no. of devices: 200
C-Bus
Clipsal bus
C-Bus is a proprietary communication protocol of
Clipsal Lighting Control Systems.
Max. no. of devices: 50
LonWorks®
FT-10
LonWorks® is a standard communication,
extensively used in building automation. Up to
400 SNVTs or TAC Xenta network variables.
I/NET
Host LAN /
Controller LAN
I/NET is a proprietary protocol for I/NET systems
from TAC.
• Easy to operate
• Reliable and cost effective
• Links chiller plants
• Integrates power meters
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Ethernet Devices
TAC Xenta 913
LonWorks® Gateway (continued)
Specifications
Operating voltage ���������������������24 V AC ±20%, 50/60 Hz or 19–40 V DC
Power consumption�������������������max 5 W
Transformer sizing ���������������������5 VA
Dimensions��������������������������������90 x 110 x 77mm (3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
Enclosure rating�������������������������IP 20
Real Time Clock
Accuracy at +25°C (77º F)���������±12 minutes per year
Power failure protection�������������72 h
Ambient Temperature
Storage���������������������������������������–20°C to +50°C (–4°F to +122°F)
Operation ���������������������������������0°C to +50°C (+32°F to +122°F)
Humidity �����������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Communication
A: RS232�����������������������������������2400 – 57600 bps, RJ45, 8-p
A: RS485�����������������������������������2400 – 57600 bps, async. terminal block
B: RS232 �����������������������������������RJ10, 4-p
C: RS485�����������������������������������sync. (SDLC) terminal block
LonWorks®���������������������������������TP/FT-10, terminal block
Ethernet�������������������������������������TCP/IP, 10Base-T, RJ45
Description
0-073-0835-1 TAC Xenta 913
ACCESSORIES
0-073-0902-0 Terminal part TAC Xenta 400
0-073-0920-0 TAC Xenta: Programming Serial Kit
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Ethernet Devices
TAC Xenta 911
The TAC Xenta 911 communication device can be configured in three
different ways:
• As a LonTalk® adapter between TAC Vista and a LonWorks® network
• As an IP modem, working as a direct replacement for a telephone modem, with dial-up functionality over the computer network
• As a remote serial port, meaning the serial port of Xenta 911 can be used
as if it was a serial port on the PC. To be used for the serial protocols of
Vista.
In the latter case, TAC Xenta 911 is intended for use with most TAC units
supporting dial-up. See the data sheet for TAC Xenta 911. The IP address of
the “dialed-up“ unit will then replace the telephone number. This makes it
®
• Works as a LonTalk adapter over
very easy to save money by eliminating telephone line costs. The fast dial-up
IP between TAC Vista and a
time, typically less than two seconds, provides the feeling of a directly conLonWorks® network
nected network.
• Supports TAC Xenta controllers
and most TAC legacy products
The TAC Xenta 911 is quick to install and is easily maintained, using a web
browser on the TCP/IP network. Its default values are set for TAC Xenta con• Configurable over an IP network
nection, and it is pre-configured for most TAC products.
with a standard web browser
functional features
• Pre-configured for most TAC
products
• Real time clock
• All configuration data, e.g. like
telephone numbers, are stored in
a non-volatile memory
Supports SNVT (Standard Network
Variable Types) in accordance with
LonMark® and TAC network variables.
The TAC Xenta 911 contains HTML pages providing comprehensive on-line help.
Specifications
Supply voltage������������������������������������������24 V AC ±20%, 50 / 60 Hz or
19-40 V DC
Power consumption����������������������������������max. 5 W
Ambient Temperature
Storage ���������������������������������������������������� –20 °C to +50 °C
(–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation ������������������������������������������������0 °C to +50 °C
(+32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity�������������������������������������������������� max. 90% RH non-condensing
Real Time Clock
Accuracy at 25 ºC (77°F) ������������������������±12 minutes per year
Data backup in event of power failure������72 h
Mechanical
Dimensions incl. base ������������������������������90 x 110 x 77mm
(3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
Enclosure rating����������������������������������������IP 20
Communication
Modem����������������������������������������������������2400 - 57600 bps, RS232A, RJ45,
8-p (port A)
PC configuration ��������������������������������������RS232A, RJ45, 4-p (port B)
Network ��������������������������������������������������LonWorks®, FTT-10, screw terminal
Ethernet������������������������������������������������� TCP/IP, 10base-T, RJ45
Description
0-073-0831-0 TAC Xenta 911
ACCESSORIES
0-073-0902-0 Terminal part TAC Xenta 400
0-073-0920-0 TAC Xenta: Programming Serial Kit
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Ethernet Devices
TAC Xenta 700 Controller
The TAC Xenta 700 series is a multifunctional presentation and control system with an
embedded web server that allows you to access your control application and control
networks via a web browser - anywhere in the world, at any time. TAC Xenta 700 series
controllers are the first to combine building automation, web functionality, alarm handling
and amazing graphics, all in a powerful, compact package. This all-in-one solution has
everything you need to monitor and control your settings in a single economical device.
Furthermore, Xenta 700 controllers are Xenta servers designed to be connected via TCP/IP
to TAC Vista in larger installations, aggregating data for easy operation and benchmarking.
functional features
• TAC Xenta 700 controller
family with built-in web
functionality
All functions for daily operations such as Alarm Handling, Trend Logging and Viewing,
Event Handling, Time Schedules, Advanced Dynamic Graphics, are included. The TAC
Xenta 700 series comprises four controllers, as per the table below.
Supports
• Configurable or automatically
generated Web interface
Xenta 701
• Complete web-based Building
Management System
Xenta 721
• Highly scalable systems
based on TAC Xenta 700 in
combination with TAC Vista
• IP connectivity enabling
worldwide access via the
Internet
• Versatile and easily learnt TAC
Menta programming tool
• Several TAC Menta
applications can run
simultaneously
• Multiple instances of one TAC
Menta application for easy
engineering
• High performance control
applications
• Efficient engineering based on
the TAC XBuilder tool
• Security functions for TCP/IP
firewalls
• Complete alarm handling
capability
• Dynamic color graphics
(updated automatically)
• Flexible value displays - in
diagrammatic or tabular form
• Data logging and data logging
viewer
Modbus MicroNet
I/NET
Web
I/O
Modules
q
Service
Custom
Service
Custom
10
10
20
20
Xenta 711
Xenta 731
q
q
Xenta
280/300/401
q
q
q
Service - web pages generated automatically for commissioning and service purposes only. No enduser web content available.
Custom - totally configurable end-user web pages available.
Specifications
Operating voltage ������������������������ 24 V AC ±20%, 50/60 Hz or 19–40 V DC
Power consumption���������������������� max 5 W
Transformer sizing ������������������������ 5 VA
Dimensions����������������������������������� 90 x 110 x 77mm (3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
Enclosure rating���������������������������� IP 20
Real Time Clock
Accuracy at +25°C (77º F)������������ ±12 minutes per year
Power failure protection���������������� 72 h
Ambient Temperature
Storage������������������������������������������ –20°C to +50°C (–4°F to +122°F)
Operation ������������������������������������ 0°C to +50°C (+32°F to +122°F)
Humidity �������������������������������������� max. 90% RH non-condensing
Communication
A: RS232�������������������������������������� 2400 – 57600 bps, RJ45, 8-p
A: RS485�������������������������������������� 2400 – 57600 bps, async. terminal block
B: RS232 �������������������������������������� RJ10, 4-p
C: RS485 (Xenta 731) ������������������ sync. (SDLC) terminal block
LonWorks®������������������������������������ TP/FT-10, terminal block
Ethernet���������������������������������������� TCP/IP, 10Base-T, RJ45
Description
0-073-0150-0
0-073-0155-0 0-073-0160-0 0-073-0165-0 El.Part TAC Xenta 701
El.Part TAC Xenta 711
El.Part TAC Xenta 721
El.Part TAC Xenta 731
TCP/IP based controller
TCP/IP based controller, end-user web
TCP/IP based controller
TCP/IP based controller, end-user web
Accessories
0-073-0902 Terminal part TAC Xenta 400.
0-073-0920 TAC Xenta: Programming Serial Kit
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Programmable
Controllers
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TAC Xenta
Programmable Controllers
TAC Xenta is a range of LonMark®-certified programmable controllers intended
for control of small, medium and large heating, ventilation and air-conditioning
systems. TAC Xenta series controllers are designed for use in open systems and
for integration via LonWorks® – an industrial standard for network communications which enables a range of different systems within a property, such as HVAC,
lighting and access control, to be integrated on the same network. TAC Xenta
series provides an open, future-proof system architecture. At the same time, it
provides access to standardized network technology supporting a flexible control
system, to which components from other manufacturers can be connected.
Designed for effective control of heating and ventilation
The TAC Xenta programmable controllers have full HVAC functionality, including
control loops, control curves, time control, alarm handling, etc.
Simplicity of installation
The controllers are freely programmable and can be fitted in a standard enclosure
or a control panel. Installation is extremely simple. The controller is designed for
installation adjacent to the equipment that it controls, which greatly simplifies
wiring. The unique TAC Menta graphic programming tool quickly adapts the controller for different types of control and/or supervisory applications. Engineering
is further simplified by the fact that TAC Menta contains a large number of preprogrammed function blocks, together with a comprehensive library of functions.
Developed for network communication
The TAC Xenta can be used either independently or as a communicating controller in a larger system. Several controllers can be easily connected to form a
network and exchange data. In addition, the TAC Xenta series controller can
be connected to TAC Vista – a Building Management System running under
Windows® for controlling and analyzing all aspects of performance, either in
individual buildings or a whole area.
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TAC Xenta Programmable Controllers Overview
Controllers
Device
Xenta
281
Usage
Xenta
282
Xenta
283
Small installations
Xenta
301
I/O modules
Xenta
302
Medium size
installations
Xenta
401
Xenta
411/412
Xenta
421A/422A
Large
installations
12
16
12
20
20
10
9
Digital Inputs, DI
2
2
2
4
4
10
4
2
4
4
4
4
4
Universal Inputs, UI
4
4
10
8
8
8
3
4
Digital Outputs Triac, DO
Analog Outputs, AO
Xenta
491/492
8
Analog Inputs, AI
Digital Outputs Relay, DO
Xenta
471
I/O extension
I/O points
Thermistor Inputs, TI
Xenta
451A/452A
6
4
5
2
4
2
2
10
6
3
4
Number of I/O modules
2
8
LonWorks® variables
Number of input SVNTs
15
15
15
15
15
125
Yes (1)
Yes (1)
Number of output SVNTs
30
30
30
30
30
125
Yes (1)
Yes (1)
1. The I/O points and configuration of these modules can be accessed via SNVTs.
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Programmable Controllers
TAC Xenta 280
A compact, freely programmable controller which is LonMark® certified and
has fixed inputs and outputs. The controller is available in three different
versions:
• TAC Xenta 281 (12 physical inputs/outputs)
• TAC Xenta 282 (16 physical inputs/outputs)
• TAC Xenta 283 (12 physical inputs/outputs)
functional features
• Optimized for maximum flexibility in HVAC control with on
board inputs and outputs
The controllers can be easily programmed using the graphical programming
tool TAC Menta. The controllers can be used in a stand-alone system, where
the TAC Xenta OP can be used for displaying and operating the controller.
Controllers can alternatively be used in larger LonWorks® networks.
Specifications
Operating voltage ��������������������������������� 24 V AC/DC ±20%, 50/60 Hz
• Fully programmable using the
intuitive TAC Menta programming tool
Power consumption������������������������������� max. 5 W
• Intelligent start time calculation minimizing energy usage
Ambient Temperature
• Designed for use in open
systems and integration via
LonWorks
• Available in a range of models
to secure cost-efficiency for
each application
• Designed to work with TAC
Vista
Data backup in event of power failure��� 72 h RAM-Backup
Storage��������������������������������������������������� –20 °C to +50 °C
(–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation ��������������������������������������������� 0 °C to +50 °C
(+32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity ����������������������������������������������� max. 90% RH non-condensing
Dimensions incl. base ��������������������������� 180 x 110 x 77mm
(7” x 4.3” x 3”)
Protocol������������������������������������������������� FTT-10, LonTalk®
Transmission rate����������������������������������� 78 kbits/s
External LonWorks® data points
Input variable����������������������������������������� max. 15 SNVTs
Output variable������������������������������������� max. 30 SNVTs
Interfaces
Serial connection����������������������������������� RS232, RJ45
Operator panel��������������������������������������� Modular jack, LonTalk® Protocol
Unit
DI
DO
UI
TI
AO
TAC Xenta 281
2
3
4
–
3
TAC Xenta 282
2
4
4
2
4
TAC Xenta 283
2
6
–
4
–
Description
0-073-0030-0 TAC Xenta 281
0-073-0031-0 TAC Xenta 282
0-073-0032-0 TAC Xenta 283
ACCESSORIES
0-073-0901-0 Terminal part for all Xenta 280/300
0-073-0920-0 TAC Xenta: Programming Serial Kit
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Programmable Controllers
TAC Xenta 300 Stand Alone
A compact, freely programmable controller which is LonMark® certified and
has 20 fixed inputs and outputs. The controller can be expanded to up to 40
inputs/outputs using two expansion modules. It does not include peer-topeer or BMS (TAC Vista) communication. The controller can be upgraded
at any time to a networkable version without changing the hardware. The
TAC Xenta OP Operator Panel and a compatible terminal block are included
in the stand-alone package.
Specifications
functional features
• Optimized for maximum flexibility in HVAC control with on
board inputs and outputs
• Fully programmable using the
intuitive TAC Menta programming tool
• Intelligent start time calculation minimizing energy usage
• Available in a range of models
to secure cost-efficiency for
each application
• I/O points can be extended by
TAC Xenta 400 I/O modules
Operating voltage��������������������������������� 24 V AC/DC ±20%, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption������������������������������� max. 5 W
Data backup in event of power failure��� 72 h RAM-Backup
Ambient Temperature
Storage ������������������������������������������������� –20 °C to +50 °C
(–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation ��������������������������������������������� 0 °C to +50 °C
(+32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity�����������������������������������������������
Dimensions incl. base����������������������������� 180 x 110 x 77mm
(7” x 4.3” x 3”)
Protocol������������������������������������������������� FTT-10, LonTalk®
Transmission rate����������������������������������� 78 kbits/s
External LonWorks® data points
Input variable����������������������������������������� max. 15 SNVTs
Output variable������������������������������������� max. 30 SNVTs
Interfaces
Serial connection����������������������������������� RS232, RJ45 for PC or modem
(up to 9600 bit/s)
Operator panel ������������������������������������� Modular jack, LonTalk® Protocol
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Unit
UI
DI
TI
AO
DO
TAC Xenta 301
4
4
4
2
6
TAC Xenta 302
4
4
4
4
4
Description
0-073-0088-2 TAC Xenta 301/OP Stand Alone
0-073-0089-2 TAC Xenta 302/OP Stand Alone
0-008-7298-1 Upgrade TAC Xenta 300V3 to N/P
ACCESSORIES
0-073-0901-0 Terminal part TAC Xenta 280/300
0-073-0920-0 TAC Xenta: Programming Serial Kit
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Programmable Controllers
TAC Xenta 300 Base Unit
A compact, networkable, freely programmable controller which is LonMark®
certified and has 20 fixed inputs and outputs. It can be expanded for up to
40 inputs/outputs using 2 expansion modules. Data can be directly accessed
on site using a TAC Xenta OP Operator Panel.
Specifications
Operating voltage ����������������������������������� 24 V AC/DC ±20%, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption��������������������������������� max. 5 W
Data backup in event of power failure����� 72 h RAM-Backup
functional features
• Optimized for maximum flexibility in HVAC control with on
board inputs and outputs
• Fully programmable using the
intuitive TAC Menta programming tool
• Intelligent start time calculation minimizing energy usage
• Designed for use in open
systems and integration via
LonWorks
• Available in a range of models
to secure cost-efficiency for
each application
• I/O points can be extended by
TAC Xenta 400 I/O modules
• Designed to work with TAC
Vista
Ambient Temperature
Storage����������������������������������������������������� –20 °C to +50 °C
(–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation ����������������������������������������������� 0 °C to +50 °C
(+32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity ������������������������������������������������� max. 90% RH non-condensing
Dimensions incl. base ����������������������������� 180 x 110 x 77mm
(7” x 4.3” x 3”)
Protocol��������������������������������������������������� FTT-10, LonTalk®
Transmission rate������������������������������������� 78 kbits/s
External LonWorks® data points
Input variable������������������������������������������� max. 15 SNVTs
Output variable��������������������������������������� max. 30 SNVTs
Interfaces
Serial connection������������������������������������� RS232, RJ45 for PC or modem
(up to 9600 bit/s)
Operator panel����������������������������������������� Modular jack, LonTalk® Protocol
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Unit
DI
DO
UI
TI
AO
TAC Xenta 301
4
6
4
4
2
TAC Xenta 302
4
4
4
4
4
Description
0-073-0009-2 TAC Xenta 301/N/P network- and PC-communication
0-073-0011-2 TAC Xenta 302/N/P network- and PC-communication
ACCESSORIES
0-073-0901-0 Terminal part TAC Xenta 280/300
0-073-0907-2 Operator terminal TAC Xenta OP
0-073-0920-0 TAC Xenta: Programming Serial Kit
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Programmable Controllers
TAC Xenta 401 and 401:B
Base Unit
High performance, freely programmable, high end controller without its own
physical inputs and outputs. LonMark® certified. It can be expanded for up
to 100 inputs/outputs with 10 expansion modules. It has a large memory so
that the controller can be easily used for higher level functions (e.g. centralized schedule management).
Specifications
Operating voltage�������������������������������������� 24 V AC/DC ±20%, 50/60 Hz
functional features
• Powerful platform supporting
complex applications
• Fully programmable using the
intuitive TAC Menta programming tool
• Expandable I/O provides costeffective solution
• Smart and powerful data
logging maximizing storage
capacity
• Extensive memory supporting
trending and scheduling
• LonMark -certified enabling
seamless integration with
other building systems and
functions
®
Power consumption ���������������������������������� max. 5 W
Data backup in event of power failure������ 72 h RAM Backup
Ambient Temperature
Storage ������������������������������������������������������ –20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation�������������������������������������������������� 0 °C to +50 °C (+32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity���������������������������������������������������� max. 90% RH non-condensing
Dimensions incl. base �������������������������������� 90 x 110 x 77mm
(3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
Protocol������������������������������������������������������ FTT-10, LonTalk®
Transmission rate���������������������������������������� 78 kbits/s
External LonWorks® data points
TAC Xenta 401
Input variables�������������������������������������������� max. 125 SNVTs
Output variables���������������������������������������� max. 125 SNVTs
TAC Xenta 401:B
Input variables�������������������������������������������� max. 210 SNVT
Output variables���������������������������������������� max. 70 SNVT
Total number inputs and outputs�������������� max. 250 SNVT
I/O modules
TAC Xenta 401������������������������������������������ Max. 10
TAC Xenta 401:B���������������������������������������� 0
Interfaces
Serial connection���������������������������������������� RS232, RJ45 for PC or modem (up
to 9600 bit/s)
Operator panel������������������������������������������ Modular jack, LonTalk® Protocol
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0101-2 TAC Xenta 401
0-073-0103-0 TAC Xenta 401:B
ACCESSORIES
0-073-0902-0 Terminal part TAC Xenta 400
0-073-0907-2 Operator terminal TAC Xenta OP
0-073-0920-0 TAC Xenta: Programming Serial Kit
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Programmable Controllers
TAC Xenta 411/412
Digital Input Module
For monitoring and counting digital, dry contact signals. The digital input
module is only to be used in combination with the TAC Xenta 300/401 basic
controllers. The module is available either with or without status LEDs. The
terminal block is not part of the electronic unit and must be ordered separately.
Specifications
functional features
Operating voltage ������������������������� 24 V AC ±20%, 50/60 Hz
• Universal inputs provide
installation flexibility
Power consumption����������������������� max. 2 W
• Designed for TAC Vista
systems
Ambient Temperature
• Perfect for distributed
installations
• Manual override switches
provide local bypass operation
• Cost-effective installation and
maintenance using separate
terminal base and plug-in
electronic units
• Individually configurable using
the TAC Menta programming
tool
Storage������������������������������������������� –20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation ������������������������������������� 0 °C to +50 °C (+32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity ��������������������������������������� max. 90% RH non-condensing
Dimensions incl. base��������������������� 90 x 110 x 77mm (3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
Protocol����������������������������������������� FTT-10, LonTalk®
Transmission rate��������������������������� 78 kbits/s
Digital inputs
Quantity ��������������������������������������� 10
Duration of counting pulse������������� min. 20 ms
Display������������������������������������������� Status LEDs, red or green adjustable via
DIP switch (TAC Xenta 412)
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0201-1 TAC Xenta 411 without LEDs
0-073-0203-1 TAC Xenta 412 with LEDs
ACCESSORIES
0-073-0902-0 TAC Xenta 400 terminal part
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Programmable Controllers
TAC Xenta 421A and 422A
Universal Input and Digital
Output Module
functional features
• Universal inputs provide
installation flexibility
• Designed for TAC Vista and
open standard LonWorks
systems
• Perfect for distributed
installations
• Manual override switches
provide local bypass operation
• Cost-effective installation and
maintenance using separate
terminal base and plug-in
electronic units
• Individually configurable using
the TAC Menta programming
tool
TAC Xenta 421A and 422A are Universal Input/Digital Output modules in
the TAC Xenta family. They can be used as normal Xenta I/O modules or
as certified LonMark® devices. Both modules have four universal inputs and
five digital outputs. The universal inputs can be used as digital, thermistor,
current, or voltage inputs. In addition, TAC Xenta 422A is equipped with LED
status indicators, one for each digital input, and manual override switches for
the digital outputs. The LED colors, red or green, can be selected individually
by altering the parameter settings in TAC Menta® graphical tool or manually
at start up.
Specifications
Operating voltage �����������������������24 V AC ±20%, 50/60 Hz or
21.6-40 V DC
Power consumption���������������������max. 4 W
Ambient Temperature
Storage.���������������������������������������–20 °C to +70 °C (–4 °F to +158 °F)
Operation ����������������������������������� 0 °C to +50 °C (+32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity �������������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Dimensions incl. base �����������������90 x 110 x 77mm (3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
Protocol���������������������������������������FTT-10, LonTalk®
Transmission rate�������������������������78 kbits/s
Universal inputs
Quantity �������������������������������������4
Duration of counting pulse�����������min. 20 ms
Indication�������������������������������������Status LEDs, red or green adjustable via
TAC Menta or manually at start up
(TAC Xenta 422A only)
As thermistor input: . . . . . . . . . . NTC, 1800 ohm or 10 kohm at 25ºC
(77ºF)
As voltage input���������������������������0 – 10 V DC
As current input���������������������������0 (4) - 20 mA
Digital outputs
Quantity �������������������������������������5
Switching capacity�����������������������250V AC / 2A
Manual switch�����������������������������ON, AUTO, OFF (TAC Xenta 422A)
Indication�������������������������������������Status LEDs green (TAC Xenta 422A)
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0245-0 TAC Xenta 421A without LEDs, without manual
override switches
0-073-0246-0 TAC Xenta 422A with LEDs, with manual override
switches
ACCESSORIES
0-073-0902-0 TAC Xenta 400 terminal part
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Programmable Controllers
TAC Xenta 451A and 452A
Universal Input and Analog
Output Module
TAC Xenta 451A and 452A are Universal Input/Analog Output modules in
the TAC Xenta family. They can be used as normal Xenta I/O modules or as
certified LonMark® devices.
functional features
• Universal inputs provide
installation flexibility
• Designed for TAC Vista and
open standard LonWorks
systems
• Perfect for distributed installations
• Manual override switches
provide local bypass operation
• Cost-effective installation and
maintenance using separate
terminal base and plug-in
electronic units
• Individually configurable using
the TAC Menta programming
tool
Both modules have eight universal inputs and two analog outputs. The
universal inputs can be used as digital, thermistor, current, or voltage inputs.
In addition, the TAC Xenta 452A is equipped with LED status indicators - one
for each universal input when used for digital inputs. There is also a manual
override for the analog output values. The LED colors, red or green, can be
selected individually by altering the parameter settings in the TAC Menta®
graphical tool.
Specifications
Operating voltage ���������������������� 24 V AC/DC ±20%, 50/60 Hz or
21.6-40 V DC
Power consumption �������������������� max. 3 W
Ambient Temperature
Storage���������������������������������������� –20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation ���������������������������������� 0 °C to +50 °C (+32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity ������������������������������������ max. 90% RH non-condensing
Dimensions incl. base������������������ 90 x 110 x 77mm (3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
Protocol�������������������������������������� FTT-10, LonTalk®
Transmission rate������������������������ 78 kbits/s
Universal inputs
Quantity ������������������������������������ 8
Duration of counting pulse���������� min. 80 ms
Indication ���������������������������������� Status LEDs, red or green adjustable via
TAC Menta or manually
(TAC Xenta 452A)
As thermistor input �������������������� NTC, 1800 ohm or 10 kohm at 25ºC
(77ºF)
As voltage input�������������������������� 0 – 10 V DC
As current input�������������������������� 0 (4) - 20 mA
Analog outputs
Quantity ������������������������������������ 2
Output signal������������������������������ 0 – 10 V DC
Manual switch���������������������������� MAN, AUTO and Pot. 0 – 10 V
(TAC Xenta 452A)
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0285-0 TAC Xenta 451A without LEDs, without manual switches
0-073-0286-0 TAC Xenta 452A with LEDs, with manual switches
0-073-0902-0 TAC Xenta 400 terminal part
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Programmable Controllers
TAC Xenta 471
Analog Input Module
For connecting analog, active, current and voltage signals. The analog input
module is only to be used in combination with the TAC Xenta 300/401 basic
controllers.
Specifications
Operating voltage ������������������������ 24 V AC ±20%, 50/60 Hz, 19 - 40V DC
functional features
• Universal inputs provide
installation flexibility
• Designed for TAC Vista and
open standard LonWorks
systems
Power consumption ���������������������� max. 10 W
Dimensions incl. base ������������������ 90 x 110 x 77mm (3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
Protocol���������������������������������������� FTT-10, LonTalk®
Transmission rate�������������������������� 78 kbits/s
Ambient temperature
• Perfect for distributed
installations
Storage������������������������������������������ –20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F)
• Cost-effective installation and
maintenance using separate
terminal base and plug-in
electronic units
Humidity �������������������������������������� max. 90% RH non-condensing
• Individually configurable using
the TAC Menta programming
tool
Operation ������������������������������������ 0°C to +50°C (+32°F to 122°F)
Analog inputs
Quantity �������������������������������������� 8
Input signal
Current Input ������������������������������ 0(4) – 20 mA, Input resistance 20 ohm
Internal power supply ������������������ 200 mA, max
Voltage Input ������������������������������ 0 – 10V DC, Input resistance 100k ohm
Max. Input voltage ���������������������� 24 V DC
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0291-0 TAC Xenta 471
0-073-0902-0 TAC Xenta 400 terminal part
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Programmable Controllers
TAC Xenta 491/492
Analog Output Module
For issuing analog actuating signals. The analog output module is only to be
used in combination with the TAC Xenta 300/401 basic controllers. The TAC
Xenta 492 is equipped with manual override switches for the analog outputs.
Specifications
Operating voltage����������������������24 V AC/ ±20%, 50/60 Hz, 19 - 40V DC
functional features
Power consumption��������������������max. 2 W
• Universal inputs provide
installation flexibility
Dimensions incl. base ����������������90 x 110 x 77mm (3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
• Designed for TAC Vista and
open standard LonWorks
systems
Transmission rate������������������������78 kbits/s
• Perfect for distributed
installations
Storage ��������������������������������������–20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F)
• Manual override switches
provide local bypass operation
• Cost-effective installation and
maintenance using separate
terminal base and plug-in
electronic units
• Individually configurable using
the TAC Menta programming
tool
Protocol��������������������������������������FTT-10, LonTalk®
Ambient temperature
Operation ����������������������������������0°C to +50°C (+32°F to 122°F)
Humidity������������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Analog outputs
Quantity ������������������������������������8
Output signal ����������������������������0 – 10 V DC
Manual switch ��������������������������MAN, AUTO and Pot. 0 – 10V DC
(TAC Xenta 492)
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0301-0 TAC Xenta 491 without manual switches
0-073-0303-0 TAC Xenta 492 with manual switches
0-073-0902-0 TAC Xenta 400 terminal part
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Programmable Controllers
TAC Xenta Operator Panel
For convenient local operation of TAC Xenta controllers. Input is via 6 control
keys and information is displayed in the clear LCD display. The LCD display’s
background lighting can be switched off, if not required, by changing the
relevant parameter. The operator panel is connected to the controller with a
plug-and-socket connection and supplied with power through the cable connector. It can also be directly connected to the LonWorks network.
functional features
• Easy to use Operator Panel
• Backlit display with 4 X 20
alpha-numeric characters
• Supports TAC Xenta 100,
280, 300 and 400 series of
controllers
• Downloadable character sets
like Cyrillic.
• Communicates over the LonWorks network
The user can access all controllers connected to the network from one
connection. The operator panel allows the current operating status to be
checked and allows changes to be made to setpoints, time schedules etc.
without connecting to a central system. In addition to allowing mobile
deployment, the unit also supports the convenient plug-in installation to a
TAC Xenta controller or can be mounted into the switchgear cabinet door.
Modern and functional design. Compliant with TAC Xenta 100, TAC Xenta
280, TAC Xenta 300 and TAC Xenta 401.
Specifications
Operating voltage�������������������������24 V AC/DC ±20% from TAC Xenta
or external
Power consumption�����������������������max. 0.5 W
• One OP panel can support a
number of Xenta units
Dimensions incl. base���������������������114 x 96 x 34mm (4.5” x 3.8” x 1.3”)
• The Operator panel can be
snapped on the Xenta controller or mounted in the front of
a cabinet
Transmission rate���������������������������78 kbits/s
Protocol�����������������������������������������FTT-10, LonTalk
Ambient Temperature
Storage �����������������������������������������–20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation �������������������������������������0 °C to +50 °C (32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity���������������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Display�������������������������������������������4 x 20 characters alpha-numerical,
backlit
Type of protection�������������������������IP 20 / IP 43
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0907-2 TAC Xenta OP Operator Panel
ACCESSORIES
0-073-0904-0 TAC Xenta OP mounting kit panel
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Zone
Controllers
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TAC Xenta
Zone Controllers
functional features
• Air-quality control with CO2
measurement
• PI control with P-band and
I-time setting
• Seven different types of
operation
• Neutral zone between heating
and cooling
• On demand override of the
wall module by the occupancy
sensor, window contact or
bypass control switch
• Individual setpoint adjustment • Zone sensors with the ability
to connect to a TAC Xenta
LonWorks Operator Panel
• LonMark® certified
TAC Xenta zone controllers are individual room controllers based on
LonWorks® for controlling and optimizing secondary heating/cooling
systems. The TAC Xenta zone controllers are specifically designed for zone
applications and include hardware and software. The controllers can be
adapted to individual requirements using the flexible configuration settings. Parameters can be set on site using the TAC Xenta Operator Panel or
centrally using the TAC Vista central system. Room sensors with setpoint
adjuster make on demand adjustments possible. Unlike traditional zone controllers, intelligent LonWorks® based devices can also be controlled directly
via the bus.
The individual room controllers are integral components in a building’s automation system and communicate via the LonWorks® bus with the TAC Xenta
controllers and the TAC Vista central system. Dynamic data exchange allows
on demand optimization of the primary systems while maintaining comfortable conditions. To ensure optimal functionality, individual room controllers
and/or parameters can be organized into groups so that several controllers
can be set simultaneously. Groups also allow statistical evaluations and can
therefore optimize the whole system. All TAC Xenta individual room controllers are LonMark® certified and allow completely open communication with
other systems within a LonWorks® network.
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TAC Xenta Zone Controllers Overview
Controllers
Xenta
Xenta
101-VF 121- FC
Applications
Fan Coil
Fan Coil
Heating & air conditoning
q
q
3 speed fan
q
q
q
q
q
On/ off fan
Xenta
102-B
Xenta
102-EF
Xenta
102-VF
Xenta
Xenta
102-ES 102-AX
Variable air volume (VAV)
Xenta
103-A
Xenta
104-A
Xenta
110-D
Xenta
121-HP
Chilled
Ceiling
Roof Top
Dual
Zone
Heat
Pump
q
VAV
q
VAV with electric heater
q
q
q
q
q
VAV with hot water battery
0-10 V control
q
3 point control
q
VAV with on-board actuator &
airflow transducer
Cooling control
q
q
q
q
q
Changeover valve
q
q
Isolation valve
q
Lighting control – on/off,
dimming & brightness
q
q
Control of motorized blinds
q
q
Mode of operation
Comfort
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
Standby
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
Bypass
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
Unoccupied
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
Off
Master/slave
q
Heating only
q
q
Cooling only
q
q
Fan on
q
q
Cooling/heating (changeover)
q
Purge
q
q
q
q
q
q
Morning heating
q
Emergency pressurization/
depressurization
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
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TAC Xenta 101-VF
Fan Coil Unit Controller
LonMark® certified individual room controllers for fan coil systems with heating and/or cooling. The heating/cooling switch can be centrally controlled,
or controlled via the average temperature. Incoming air and room temperature can be controlled in sequence. Fans are controlled continuously, 3-speed
or on-off depending on the fan coil controller type. The controller can be
operated in a stand-alone system or within a LonWorks® network.
functional features
• Various applications:
Single-step control with
cooling, heating or changeover
operation for cooling/heating.
Two-step control with cooling
and heating in sequence. Fan
control via 3-step relays, on/off
or speed control.
• Slave function mode of
operation and setpoint for
several slave controllers are
controlled by one master
controller.
• Setpoint adjustment via a wall
module with setpoint adjuster,
or via a LonWorks® network
variable.
• Seven types of operation:
comfort, stand-by, bypass,
unoccupied, off, slave, fan
only.
PI control with individual P-band and I-time settings for heating and cooling
can be set. Values can be monitored and parameters can be set centrally via
the central system or remotely with the TAC Xenta Operator Panel.
Specifications
Operating voltage ��������������������������24 V AC or 230 V AC ±20%
Power consumption ������������������������4 VA
Dimensions ��������������������������������������127 x 126 x 50mm (5” x 5” x 2”)
Ambient temperature
Operation����������������������������������������0°C to +50°C (32°F to 122°F)
Storage��������������������������������������������–20°C to +50°C (–4°F to 122°F)
Humidity������������������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Enclosure rating�������������������������������� IP 30
Inputs and outputs
Window contact ������������������������������Digital input
Occupancy sensor ��������������������������Digital input
Cooling valve������������������������������������3-point, on/off or PWM control
• Several fan operation modes.
Heating valve ����������������������������������3-point, on/off or PWM control
• Min and Max values limit air
flow.
Fan ��������������������������������������������������3-step (250 V / 3 A) 101-VF
• Alarm monitoring high or
low room temperature, open
window, temperature sensor
error etc.
Inlet air temperature ������������������������Thermistor input
• Occupancy sensor, window
contact and cool-down
protection, CO2 measurement
input.
Room temperature ��������������������������Thermistor input
Wall module ������������������������������������As selected
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0505-0 TAC Xenta 101-VF/24 Fan Coil Unit heating/cooling, Fan 3 steps
0-073-0507-0 TAC Xenta 101-VF/230 Fan Coil Unit heating/cooling, Fan 3 steps
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Zone Controllers
TAC Xenta 102-B, 102-EF,
102-VF VAV Controllers
functional features
• Various applications:
Single-step control with
setpoint calculation of an
external air flow controller.
Two-step setting with cooling
and heating in sequence.
Heating operation via an
electric reheater or hot water.
• Slave function mode of
operation and setpoint for
several slave controllers are
controlled by one master.
• Setpoint adjustment via a wall
module with setpoint adjuster
or via a LonWorks® network
variable.
LonMark® certified individual room controllers for VAV applications (Variable
Air Volume) connected to an external air flow controller (Belimo VAV Compact). The controller keeps a constant temperature in the zone by controlling
the air flow, optional heating stages, and fan in sequence. By using a carbon
dioxide sensor, the air quality can be controlled in the zone. The controller
can be operated stand-alone or within a LonWorks® network. PI control with
individual P-band and I-time setting for heating and cooling. Can be monitored and parameters can be set centrally via the central system or remotely
with the TAC Xenta LonWorks® Operator Panel.
Specifications
Operating voltage ������������������������������� 24 V AC ±20%
Power consumption����������������������������� 4 VA
Dimensions������������������������������������������ 127 x 126 x 50mm
(5” x 5” x 2”)
Ambient temperature
Operation ������������������������������������������� 0°C to +50°C (32°F to 122°F)
Storage������������������������������������������������� –20°C to +50°C (–4°F to 122°F)
Humidity ��������������������������������������������� max. 90% RH non-condensing
Enclosure rating����������������������������������� IP 30
Inputs and outputs
• Seven modes of operation:
comfort, standby, bypass,
unoccupied, off, slave and
purge mode.
Air damper������������������������������������������� 0 – 10 VDC
• Air quality based adjustments.
Heating valve��������������������������������������� 2-point output
• Configurable limit values MIN
and MAX air flow limit.
• Alarm monitoring high or
low room temperature, open
window, temperature sensor
error, etc.
• Occupancy sensor, window
contact and cool-down
protection, CO2 measurement
input.
Window contact����������������������������������� Digital input
Occupancy sensor ������������������������������� Digital input
(102-EF); 0 - 10 VDC (102-VF)
Room temperature������������������������������� Thermistor input
Air flow ����������������������������������������������� 0 – 10 VDC
CO2 sensor������������������������������������������� 0 – 10 VDC
Wall module����������������������������������������� As selected
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0531-0 TAC Xenta 102-B VAV Controller
0-073-0533-0 TAC Xenta 102-EF VAV Controller electrical reheat
0-073-0535-0 TAC Xenta 102-VF VAV Controller valve reheat
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Zone Controllers
TAC Xenta 102-ES
VAV Controller
functional features
• Various applications:
Single-step control via external
air flow sensor and heating in
sequence. Heating operation by
modulating hot water radiator
valve.
• Slave function mode of
operation and setpoint for
several slave controllers are
controlled by one master.
• Setpoint adjustment via a wall
module with setpoint adjuster
or via a LonWorks® network
variable.
• Seven modes of operation:
comfort, standby, bypass,
unoccupied, off, slave and
purge mode.
• Air quality based adjustments.
• Configurable limit values MIN
and MAX air flow limit.
• Alarm monitoring high or
low room temperature, open
window, temperature sensor
error, etc.
• Occupancy sensor, window
contact and cool-down
protection, CO2 measurement
input.
LonMark® certified individual room controller for VAV applications (Variable
Air Volume flow) connected to an external air flow sensor (TAC GV). The
controller is intended primarily for VAV cooling applications with one or two
stages of reheating. The controller keeps a constant temperature in the zone
by controlling the air flow and heating stages. By using a carbon dioxide sensor, the air quality can be controlled in the zone. The controller can be operated stand-alone or within a LonWorks® network. PI control with individual
P-band and I-time setting for heating and cooling. Can be monitored and
parameters can be set centrally via the central system or remotely with the
TAC Xenta Operator Panel.
Specifications
Operating voltage �������������������������� 24 V AC ±20%
Power consumption ������������������������4 VA
Dimensions ������������������������������������127 x 126 x 50mm (5” x 5” x 2”)
Ambient temperature
Operation ��������������������������������������0°C to +50°C (32°F to 122°F)
Storage��������������������������������������������–20°C to +50°C (–4°F to 122°F)
Humidity ����������������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Enclosure rating������������������������������IP 30
Inputs and outputs
Window contact ����������������������������Digital input
Occupancy sensor ��������������������������Digital input
Air damper ������������������������������������3-point output
Heating valve ��������������������������������3-point or on/off
Room temperature ������������������������Thermistor input
Air flow sensor ������������������������������Tube connection
CO2 sensor ������������������������������������0 – 10 VDC
Wall module ����������������������������������As selected
Optional ����������������������������������������Temperature input
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0537-0 TAC Xenta 102-ES VAV Controller valve reheat
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Zone Controllers
TAC Xenta 102-AX
VAV Controller
with Onboard Actuator and Air Flow Transducer
functional features
• Various applications:
Single-step VAV controller via
internal air flow sensor and
heating in sequence up to 3
stages.
• Setpoint adjustment via STR
200, 202 or 250 wall modules
or via a LonWorks® network
variable.
• Seven modes of operation:
occupied, standby, bypass,
unoccupied, morning
warm up, purge mode and
emergency pressurization/
depressurization.
TAC Xenta 102-AX is a LonMark® compliant individual room controller
intended for VAV heating and cooling applications with one or two stages
of reheating. The controller keeps a constant temperature in the zone by
controlling the air flow and heating stages. By using a carbon dioxide sensor,
the air quality can be controlled in the zone. TAC Xenta 102-AX is equipped
with an integrated, static air velocity transducer and a motorized bidirectional
actuator in a single package. The differential pressure air velocity transducer
requires a minimum of maintenance. Thus it is also well suited to be placed
in the zone return air duct.
Specifications
Operating voltage ���������������� 24 V AC ±20%
Power consumption�������������� 8 VA
Dimensions��������������������������� 197 x 159 x 63mm (7.7” x 6.3” x 2.5”)
Ambient temperature
Operation ���������������������������� 0°C to +50°C (32°F to 122°F)
Storage���������������������������������� –20°C to +50°C (–4°F to 122°F)
Humidity ������������������������������ max. 90% RH non-condensing
Enclosure rating�������������������� IP 30
• Air quality based adjustments.
• Fan control can be enabled/
disabled either in parallel or
serial mode.
Inputs and outputs
• Alarm monitoring high or
low room temperature, open
window, temperature sensor
error, etc.
Torque���������������������������������� 6 Nm
• Occupancy sensor, CO2
measurement input.
Temperature�������������������������� Thermistor input 10k ohm NTC
Occupancy sensor ���������������� Digital input
Reheater�������������������������������� Triac 24 V AC, voltage sourcing, max. 0.75 A
Stroke������������������������������������ 0 – 90 degrees
Timing���������������������������������� 2.4 sec/degree rotation (50 Hz)
Wall module�������������������������� As selected
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0540-1 TAC Xenta 102-AX VAV Controller with Actuator and
Air Flow Transducer
accessories
0-046-300-0 STR200 Wall Module
0-046-301-0 STR200-W Wall Module (White)
0-046-320-0 STR202 Wall Module
0-046-330-0 STR250 Wall Module
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Zone Controllers
TAC Xenta 103-A
Chilled Ceiling Controller
functional features
• Various applications:
Room temperature control
via chilled ceiling, in sequence
with damper and radiator valve
modulating the hot water.
Choice of heating/cooling, only
heating or only cooling (water
and/or air).
• Slave function mode of
operation and setpoint for
several slave controllers are
controlled by one master
controller.
• Setpoint adjustment via a wall
module with setpoint adjuster
or via a LonWorks® network
variable.
• Seven modes of operation:
comfort, standby, bypass,
unoccupied, off, slave and
purge mode.
• Air quality based adjustments.
LonMark® certified individual room controller for chilled ceiling applications.
The controller keeps a constant temperature by modulating the cold water
flow to the ceiling elements, the hot water flow to the radiators, and the air
flow through the damper. The controller can be operated on a stand-alone
basis or within a LonWorks® network. PI control with individual P-band and
I-time setting for heating and cooling. Can be monitored and parameters can
be set centrally via the central system, or remotely via the TAC Xenta Operator Panel. Air-quality based adjustments when a CO2 sensor is connected.
Specifications
Operating voltage ������������������������ 24 V AC ±20%
Power consumption���������������������� 4 VA
Dimensions����������������������������������� 127 x 126 x 50mm (5” x 5” x 2”)
Ambient temperature
Operation ������������������������������������ 0°C to +50°C (32°F to 122°F)
Storage������������������������������������������ –20°C to +50°C (–4°F to 122°F)
Humidity �������������������������������������� max. 90% RH non-condensing
Enclosure rating���������������������������� IP 30
Inputs and outputs
Window contact/hygrostat ���������� Digital input
Occupancy sensor ������������������������ Digital input
Cooling valve�������������������������������� 0 – 10 VDC
Air damper������������������������������������ 0 – 10 VDC
Heating valve�������������������������������� 3-point or on/off
Room temperature������������������������ Thermistor input
• Configurable limit values.
CO2 sensor������������������������������������ 0 – 10 VDC
• Alarm monitoring high or
low room temperature, open
window, temperature sensor
error etc.
Wall module���������������������������������� As selected
• Occupancy sensor, window
contact and cool-down
protection, CO2 measurement
input.
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0561-0 TAC Xenta 103-A Chilled Ceiling Controller
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Zone Controllers
TAC Xenta 104-A
Roof Top Unit Controller
functional features
• Various applications:
Single-step control with
cooling, heating or
changeover operation for
cooling/heating. Two-step
control with sequential cooling
and heating.
LonMark® certified controller for small air handling systems and roof top
units for heating, cooling and heat recovery. The room temperature is held
at a constant temperature with sequential control of the heating, cooling
and heat recovery functions. Inlet air and room air temperature can be set
in cascade. The fan mode may be selected to operate continuously during
the occupied mode, or cycle with heating or cooling demand from the zone.
PI control action with individual P-band and I-time setting for heating and
cooling. The controller can be operated on a stand-alone basis or within a
LonWorks® network. Can be monitored and parameters can be set centrally
via the central system or remotely via the TAC Xenta Operator Panel.
Specifications
Operating voltage ������������������������������24 V AC ±20%
Power consumption����������������������������4 VA
• Three-point control of the
heating and cooling valves.
Dimensions�����������������������������������������126 x 122 x 50 mm (5” x 4.8” x 2”)
• Relay output for fan control.
Ambient temperature
Operation ������������������������������������������-25°C to +50°C (-13°F to 122°F)
Storage ���������������������������������������������� –25°C to +50°C (–13°F to 122°F)
Humidity ��������������������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
• Setpoint adjustment via a wall
module with set point adjuster
or via a LonWorks® network
variable.
• Various modes of operation:
heating only, cooling only,
fan only, cooling/heating
(changeover), on, unoccupied,
standby and bypass.
• Various types of fan
operation.
• Configurable limit values MIN
and MAX limit the inlet air
temperature.
• Alarm monitoring high or
low room temperature,
temperature sensor error, fan
error, etc.
Enclosure rating����������������������������������IP 30
Inputs and outputs
Fan alarm/status ��������������������������������2 digital inputs
Cooling valve��������������������������������������3-point output
Heating valve�������������������������������������� 3-point or 2 stages
Fan control������������������������������������������Relay output 24 V / 2A
Room temperature������������������������������Thermistor input
Inlet air temperature����������������������������Thermistor input
Discharge/mixed temperature ������������Thermistor input
Wall module����������������������������������������As selected
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0591-0 TAC Xenta 104-A Roof Top Unit Controller
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Zone Controllers
TAC Xenta 110-D
Dual Zone Controller
functional features
• Various applications:
Single-step control with cooling
or heating.
LonMark® certified individual room controllers for cost-effective individual
room solutions of climate control, lighting control, dimming and window
control. Seven LonMark® profiles are available for various applications.
Configuring these as master or slave controllers means that zone/group
requirements can be generated, and that they can interact with additional
controllers in the TAC Xenta 100 family. The controller can be operated on
a stand-alone basis or within a LonWorks® network. Can be monitored and
parameters can be set centrally via the central system or remotely with the
TAC Xenta Operator Panel.
• Two-step control with cooling
and heating in sequence, twopoint control of the heating and
cooling valves.
Specifications
• Light control on/off, dimming
and brightness control with lux
sensor.
Dimensions �����������������������������������126 x 122 x 50mm (5” x 4.8” x 2”)
• Window control opening/
closing and window contact,
interlock of the window
contacts with blind stop.
• Occupancy detection via digital
input or LonWorks® network
variable (SNVT).
• Possibility of combining with
TAC Xenta 101, TAC Xenta
102, TAC Xenta 103 and TAC
Xenta 104 for a wide range of
individual room applications.
• Operation options via direct
inputs for conventionally
connected switches and
setpoint adjuster or via
LonWorks® network variables
from a room control panel or
via the virtual control panel,
TAC Vista ScreenMate, on the
Intranet.
Operating voltage �������������������������24 V or 230V AC ±20%
Power consumption ���������������������4 – 80 VA ±10%
Ambient temperature
Operation �������������������������������������0°C to +50°C (32°F to 122°F)
Storage �����������������������������������������–20°C to +50°C (–4°F to 122°F)
Humidity���������������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Enclosure rating�����������������������������IP 30
Inputs
Setpoint adjuster���������������������������2 x 10 kohm potentiometer
Zone temperature �������������������������2 x thermistor NTC, 1800 ohms at 25ºC
(77ºF)
Bypass, light, occupancy ���������������3 x digital
Outputs
Dimming ���������������������������������������1 x 0 – 10 V, max 2 mA
Light control ���������������������������������4 x relay, 250 V 3 A (resistive), 250W
(HF Lamps)
Heating/cooling valve �������������������4 x triac for thermal actuators,
110-D/24 max 0.8 A
110-D/230 max 0.5 A
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0601-0 TAC Xenta 110-D/24 Dual Zone Controller
0-073-0603-0 TAC Xenta 110-D/230 Dual Zone Controller
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Zone Controllers
TAC Xenta 121-FC
Programmable Fan Coil Controller
TAC Xenta 121-FC is an easily programmable controller intended for both
2-pipe and 4-pipe applications, with or without re-heat. It can be configured
for use with a multitude of valve actuator types, such as on/off, multistage,
increase/decrease, PWM, etc. The controller has different types of fan control
and advanced fan control functions, including on/off delays, boosting and
conditioning.
functional features
• The controller is designed for
both 2 and 4 pipe installations
• Multi-functional Heating and
Cooling: heating, cooling and
secondary heating
• Multi-stage Fan Control:
up to three stages or analog
speed control
• Indoor Air Quality Control:
full support for CO2 and RH
(Relative Humidity) functions
• Exception modes take care of
abnormal conditions like fire
or risk of frost
• Configurable In- and Outputs:
all inputs and outputs are configurable to minimize installation cost
The sequences for cooling, heating and fan are completely user programmable, allowing for numerous different applications. For energy savings the
controller has built-in economizer functionality. Use TAC Xenta 121-FC with
any TAC STR room unit.
Set-up is done using the programming tool TAC ZBuilder, which can be run
stand-alone or as a device plug-in to either TAC Vista or LNS. The configuration settings are downloaded into a TAC Xenta 120, prepared with the necessary basic application software.
The controller is a LonMark® compliant device aimed at communicating on a
LonTalk® TP/FT-10 channel. It is able to operate both as a stand-alone device
and as part of a system. Input and output network variables can be monitored
via the TAC Xenta OP, but programming relies on the use of the TAC ZBuilder.
Specifications
Operating voltage
FC/24 ��������������������������������������24 V AC ±20%, 50–60 Hz
FC/230 ������������������������������������230 V AC ±10%, 50–60 Hz
Power consumption������������������5 VA
Dimensions ������������������������������126 x 122 x 50mm (5” x 4.8” x 2”)
Ambient temperature
Operation ��������������������������������0°C to +50°C (32°F to 122°F)
Storage ������������������������������������–20°C to +50°C (–4°F to 122°F)
Humidity����������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Enclosure rating������������������������ IP 30
Digital inputs���������������������������� 3, (X1-X3) NO/NC
Thermistor inputs���������������������� 2, (B1-B2) NTC 1.8 kohm at 25°C (77°F)
Universal input�������������������������� 1, (U1), configurable as thermistor, digital
or analog input
Potentiometer input������������������ 1, (R1) 10 kohm
Triac outputs����������������������������4, (V1-V4) 24 V AC Intern. supplied
Relay outputs���������������������������� 3, (K1-K3) 250 V AC, 3A
Relay output ����������������������������1 (K4) FC24 24 V AC, FC230 250VAC, 3A
Voltage output�������������������������� 1 (Y1) 0-10 V DC
Description
0-073-0621-0 Contr Zone TAC Xenta 121-FC/24
0-073-0622-0 Contr Zone TAC Xenta 121-FC/230
0-073-0914-0 LNS Plug-in
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Zone Controllers
TAC Xenta 121- HP
Programmable Heat Pump
Application
functional features
• The controller is designed for
both water-sourced and airsourced heat pump installations
• Multi-functional Heating
and Cooling: the controller
handles heating, cooling and
secondary heating
• Multi-stage Fan Control:
The Xenta 121 controller
handles up to three stages or
analog speed control
• Indoor Air Quality Control
functions:
Full support for CO2 and RH
(Relative Humidity) functions
• Exception modes take care of
abnormal conditions like fire,
compressor lockout or risk of
frost
• Handles reversing and isolation valves
• Configurable In- and Outputs:
All inputs and outputs are
configurable to minimize
installation cost
The sequences for cooling, heating and fan are completely user programmable, allowing for numerous different applications. For energy savings,
the controller has built-in economizer functionality. Use TAC Xenta 121-HP
with any TAC STR room unit. Set-up is done using the programming tool
TAC ZBuilder, which can be run stand-alone or as a device plug-in to either
TAC Vista or LonMaker®. The configuration settings are downloaded into a
TAC Xenta 100, prepared with the necessary basic application software. The
controller is a LONMARK® compliant device aimed at communicating on a
LonTalk® TP/FT-10 channel. It is able to operate both as a stand-alone device
and as part of a system. In- and output network variables can be monitored
via the TAC Xenta OP.
Specifications
Supply Voltage
HP/24 ��������������������������������������24 V AC ±20%, 50–60 Hz
HP/230������������������������������������230 V AC ±10%, 50–60 Hz
Power consumption������������������5 VA
Dimensions ������������������������������126 x 122 x 50mm (5” x 4.8” x2”)
Ambient temperature
Operation ��������������������������������0°C to +50°C (32°F to 122°F)
Storage ������������������������������������–20°C to +50°C (–4°F to 122°F)
Humidity����������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Enclosure rating������������������������ IP 30
Digital inputs���������������������������� 3, (X1-X3) NO/NC
Thermistor inputs���������������������� 2, (B1-B2) NTC 1.8 kohm at 25°C (77°F)
Universal input�������������������������� 1, (U1), configurable as thermistor, digital
or analog input
Potentiometer input������������������ 1, (R1) 10kohm
Triac outputs����������������������������4, (V1-V4) 24 V AC Intern. supplied
Relay outputs���������������������������� 3, (K1-K3) 250 V AC, 3A
Relay output ����������������������������1 (K4) HP24 24 V AC, HP230 250VAC, 3A
Voltage output�������������������������� 1 (Y1) 0-10 V DC
Description
0-073-0631-0 Contr Zone TAC Xenta 121-HP/24
0-073-0632-0 Contr Zone TAC Xenta 121-HP/230
0-073-0914-0 LNS Plug-in
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Zone Controllers
TAC Xenta OP
LonWorks® Operator Panel
functional features
• Accesses the TAC Xenta network for values, parameters,
alarms and time schedules
• Supports local characters
• Access Xenta 100/120 via STR
module
• Any LonWorks device can be
connected
• Silicone buttons
For convenient local operation of TAC Xenta controllers and individual room
controllers. Input is via 6 control keys. Information is shown on a clear LCD
display. The background lighting of the LCD can be switched off by changing
the relevant parameter. The Operator Panel is connected to the individual
room controller via a wall module and supplied with power via a connecting
cable. Alternatively, a direct connection to the LonWorks® network is also
possible. The user has access to all TAC Xenta units connected to the network via one TAC Xenta OP. The Operator Panel allows the current operating status to be checked and changes to be made to setpoints, limit values,
parameters etc., without connecting to a central system. The modern and
functional design supports a variety of mounting options allowing
mobile deployment.
Specifications
Operating voltage ���������������������� 24 V AC/DC from the TAC Xenta or
external
Power consumption�������������������� max. 0.5 W
Dimensions��������������������������������� 144 x 96 x 34mm (4.5” x 3.8” x 1.3”)
Ambient Temperature
Storage���������������������������������������� –20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation ���������������������������������� 0 °C to +50 °C (32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity ������������������������������������ max. 90% RH non-condensing
Display���������������������������������������� 4 X 20 characters alpha-numerical,
backlit
Enclosure rating�������������������������� IP 20 / IP 43
Network communication������������ FTT-10, LonWorks®
Transmission rate������������������������ 78 kbit/s
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0907-2 TAC Xenta OP Operator Panel
ACCESSORIES
0-073-0904-0 TAC Xenta OP mounting kit panel
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Security
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TAC Vista
Security Controllers
TAC Vista Security provides a complete security solution that is fully integrated with Vista, using your building’s administrative TCP/IP network. Security devices and building control devices can share information, connected
through a common architecture and network.
Simple to install
TAC Vista Security is designed to be easy to install. Adding this solution to
your Vista system is as simple as ordering the license option, then connecting the security hardware devices using the TAC Xenta 527 embedded web
and infrastructure product. This same product provides field integration with
Xenta LonWorks® networks as well as providing security integration with
TAC Vista.
Easy to configure
Only a limited amount of user intervention is needed to establish devices
on the network. The configuration is intuitive and simple. You just add a
TAC Xenta 527 to the Vista device list, and the rest of the setup process is
primarily automated.
Powerful to use
By making use of TAC’s experience in security solutions, TAC Vista Security
gives users a system that is easy to operate yet provides extremely powerful
security capabilities. TAC Vista Security allows comprehensive access control
and well designed functions that permit intruder detection monitoring to
be established where needed. The open protocol and multiple secondary
protocol connections mean that interfaces to, for example fire systems thru
MODBUS, are easy to achieve.
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Security
TAC Xenta 527
The TAC Xenta 527 is a comprehensive presentation system, which enables
secure web access to both TAC I/NET Seven and TAC VistaTM networks
simultaneously. It provides you with the freedom to monitor your system
from any location with Internet access. With automatic network discovery of
TAC I/NET systems, the only configuration needed is to point the Xenta 527
to TAC I/NET’s NetPlusTM Routers or TAC I/NET Hosts. After that, your entire
TAC I/NET network is immediately available through the web interface.
functional features
• Real time graphics and
dynamic data
• Simultaneous presentation
of TAC I/NET and TAC Vista
systems
• Trend logging and analysis
• Time scheduling
• Time synchronization
• Alarm management
• Alarm notification via email
• Device mode management
• Event viewing and filtering
• Point control
• Operator security
• Personal home page
• Wireless sensor support
• Embedded Net Plus router
• Peer to Peer linking of TAC
I/NET to LON signals
• Configurable Encryption
for TAC I/NET I/P
communications
• Supports DNS and DHCP
configurations
• Comprehensive SNMP
integration
• On-board Controller LAN
connection
You can access any point in your system, either through the convenient
browse functionality, or via a graphic page link. Comprehensive control
features include changing values such as set points, optimization parameters,
and PID parameters. Manual control features such as test, hold, and manual
are all supported as well as acknowledge, and momentary release for doors.
Specifications
Supply voltage�������������������������24 V AC ±20%, 50/60 Hz or 19–40 V DC
Power consumption�����������������max. 5 W
Transformer sizing �������������������5 VA
Ambient Temperature
Storage������������������������������������� –20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation �������������������������������0 °C to +50 °C (+32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity ���������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Mechanical
Dimensions������������������������������90 x 110 x 77mm (3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
Weight�������������������������������������0.2 kg (0.44 lb.)
Enclosure rating�����������������������IP 20
Real Time Clock
Accuracy at +25 °C (77°F)�������±12 minutes per year
Power failure protection�����������72 h
Communication
A: RS232���������������������������������2400 – 57600 bps, RJ45, 8-p
A: RS485���������������������������������2400 – 57600 bps, async. terminal block
B: RS232 ���������������������������������RJ10, 4-p
C: RS485���������������������������������sync. (SDLC) terminal block
LonWorks���������������������������������TP/FT-10, terminal block
Ethernet�����������������������������������TCP/IP, 10Base-T, RJ45
Memory
Internal memory����������������������16 MB
External memory���������������������expandable with MMC
(4 – 128 MB, MMC card)
Description
0-073-0820-0 Electrical part TAC Xenta 527
Accessories
0-073-0902-0 Terminal part TAC Xenta 400
0-073-0920-0 TAC Xenta: Programming Serial Kit
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Security
7790A MCI
MicroController Interface
functional features
• Integration
– Environmental
– Access Control
– General Purpose
• MicroControl units supported
– 123 Series MicroRegulatorsTM
– SCU1284 Security Control Unit
– SCU1280 Security Control Unit
– SCU1200 Security Control Unit
• Peer-to-Peer, Token Passing LAN
standard
• Dual MicroController Sub-LANs
– 16 SCUs per MCI
– 64 MRs per MCI
– 64 MicroControl Units per MCI
(SCU and MR combined)
– Mix and Match Controllers on
the Sub-LANs
The TAC I/NETTM 7790A MicroController Interface provides a “Gateway”
between TAC’s token passing, Peer-to-Peer Controller LAN and a network of
standalone MicroControllers. The MCI also functions as a network controller for a standalone system. The MCI provides global functions for the
MicroControl Units. These global functions include: Access Initiated Control,
Elevator Control, Event Initiated Control, Trending, Runtime Accumulation,
Automatic Time Scheduling, Calculations, Anti-Passback and periodic synchronization of the local clocks in the MicroControl Units.
Specifications
Operating voltage ��������������������������������������������� 24 V AC
Power consumption������������������������������������������� 40 VA max.
Dimensions�������������������������������������������������������� 245 x 255 x 15mm
(9.65” x 10” x 0.6”)
Channels ����������������������������������������������������������� 2 per MCI
Controllers��������������������������������������������������������� Maximum 64
MicroControl Units
per MCI
Description
7790A-C MicroController Interface – Baseplate Mounted
• Counter-Scanning Loop Option
• Front End Controller for
Standalone System
– Supports up to 64 Doors
– Supports up to 64 HVAC
Equipment Units
• Remote Operation over Dial-Up
Phone Lines
Accessories
RS232EXP-C Synchronous two-way modem card (w/o modem) – Plugs
on to 7790 base card
CBL072
Cable, Controller DE9 to PC DE9, 6 ft (1.83 m)
CBL074 Cable, Controller DE9 to Modem DB25, 6 ft (1.83 m)
TCON109 7790 LAN Interface Unit Installation Guide – Hardware
platform for MCI
• Fiber Optic Compatible
• Local Ports for PC or Modem
• Auto Dial/Auto Answer ModemOption Board
• Modular, Object-Oriented
Programming
• Gateway for Global Control
Functions
• Resident Programs for:
– Access Initiated Control
– Elevator Control
– Environmental Control
– Energy Management
– Historical Data Collection
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Security
7798
I/SITE™ LAN Integrated Site
Controller
functional features
• ViewCon™ keypad display
– Built-in operator interface
– Custom pages & standard
summaries
– Password protected
• Sub-LAN port for connection
of up to 32 MicroRegulatorsTM
and/or Door Processor
controllers in any combination
– Open or closed loop sub-LAN
– Communications through
both primary and alternate
paths
• Local Port for PC or Printer
• Local Port for Auto Dial/Auto
Answer modem
• Attractive plastic enclosure
suitable for wall mounting in
public areas
• Controller LAN option board
– Global control functions
– Peer-to-Peer, token passing
network
• Trends all connected points
• Modular, Object-Oriented
Programming
• Resident programs for:
– Access Control
– Environmental Control with
DDC
– Energy Management
– Historical Data Collection
The 7798 I/SITE LAN is a standalone unit that uses the MicroRegulatorTM
(MR) and Security Control Unit (SCU) controllers to provide building management services targeted at the requirements of managing smaller buildings
or buildings in remote locations. The 7798 I/SITE LAN allows the operator
or building manager to control the building through a ViewCon, a local host
PC connection, a modem to a remote PC or an optional TAC Controller LAN
network. When connected to a TAC I/NETTM host PC via modem, direct connection or optional controller LAN network, the I/SITE LAN becomes an
interface between the MR and DPU sub-controllers and a larger TAC I/NET
Distributed Control System. The I/SITETM LAN supports up to eight telephone
numbers for use with the AA/AD modem function.
The I/SITE LAN provides global functions for the MRs and DPUs. These
global functions include: Access Initiated Control, Anti-Passback, Demand
Control, Event Initiated Control, Trending, and Runtime.
Specifications
Operating voltage �������������������������������������� 24 V AC
Channels ���������������������������������������������������� 1 per I/SITE LAN
Controllers�������������������������������������������������� .Maximum 32 MicroController
units per 7798 I/SITE LAN
Description
7798B1-C I/SITE LAN Integrated Site Controller
Accessories
CLX-C
I/SITE Controller LAN Expansion Option, RS-485 – Plugs on to
7798 base unit
CBL072 Cable, Controller DB9 to PC DB9, 6 ft (1.83m) – 9-pin Serial
Cable
CBL074 Cable, Controller DB9 to Modem DB25, 6 ft (1.83m) – 25-pin
Modem Cable
XFMR6 Transformer 120 Vac Primary, 24 V/2.4 A Secondary XFMR7 Transformer 240 Vac Primary, 24 V/2.4 A Secondary TCON138 Model 7798 I/SITE LAN Installation Guide 65
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Security
TAC I/NET
Security Control Unit
Models 1284, 1280, 1200
• Robust, stand-alone four-door
access controller
The SCU (Security Control Unit) family of modular, stand-alone controllers
are basic building blocks of the I/NET Seven Security Management System,
and provide a flexible mix of door control and alarm monitoring features.
Three versions of the SCU are available. The SCU1284 is a door controller
for up to 4 doors, with 12 supervised inputs and 8 Form C relay outputs.
The SCU1280 is an input output controller with 12 supervised inputs and 8
Form C relay outputs. The SCU1200 is an input controller with 12 supervised
inputs. All SCUs function as either stand-alone devices or as part of a larger
local area network (LAN) host system.
• Up to four readers and four
doors per controller for flexible
configurations
Specifications
functional features
• Flash memory for easy online
software updates
Operating voltages
• Supports two-man rule and
escorted access for increased
security
SCU12xxE2 ��������������������������������������������115 V AC / optional battery
• Configurable audio tones to
indicate valid card read, invalid
card read, and other types of
events
• Large alarm buffer protects
integrity of alarm data
• Small footprint for easy
installation
SCU12xxE1����������������������������������������������115 V AC
SCU12xxE3 ��������������������������������������������230 V AC
Power consumption
SCU12xx ������������������������������������������������24 V AC 1.2A max
SCU12xxE1 or E2 �����������������������������������115 V AC 75 VA max
SCU12xxE3 ��������������������������������������������230 V AC 75VA max
(50/60 Hz ±15%)
Dimensions
Mounted controller Size��������������������������216 x 127 x 64mm
(8.5” x 5” x 2.5”)
• Dynamic memory management
allows maximum storage of
card holders and transactions
Enclosure type����������������������������������������Nema 1 (IP10) Style - Indoor
• Wide range of enclosures,
battery options, and power
options lowers installation costs
Inputs and outputs����������������������������������14 inputs, 8 outputs
Size���������������������������������������������������������362 x 413 x 108mm
(14.25” x 16.25” x 4.25”)
Description
SCU1200
12 Input Controller
SCU1280
12 Input 8 Output Controller
SCU1284
12In 8Out 4Door 4Read Control
SCU1200E1 12DI DIN With transformer
SCU1280E1 12DI 8DO DIN With transformer
SCU1284E1 4 Read 12DI 8DO DIN,transformer
SCU1200E2 12DI DIN, transformer, battery
SCU1280E2 12DI 8DO DIN, transformer, batt
SCU1284E2 4Read 12DI 8DO DIN,transf,batt
SCU1200E3 12DI 8DO DIN 230V,transformer
SCU1280E3 12DI 8DO DIN With transformer
SCU1284E3 4Read 12DI 8DO DIN 230V,transf
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Accessories
Recommended enclosure Model ENCLSCU
Recommended transformers Mounting in ENCLSCU enclosure Model XFMR6
(115V) Model XFMR7 (220/240V)
DIN rail mounting Model TR32 (220/240V)
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Security
7798C (SLI)
Sub-LAN Interface
The 7798C sub-LAN interface (SLI) functions as an intelligent hub managing
a network of MicroControllers and other controllers in a larger TAC I/NETTM
distributed control system. The SLI provides global functions for the MicroControllers, including: Access-initiated Control, Elevator Control, Event-initiated Control, Trending, Runtime Accumulation, Automatic Time Scheduling,
Calculations, Anti-passback, and periodic synchronization of the local clocks
in the MicroControllers.
functional features
• Up to 6400 SLI’s per TAC
I/NET system
Specifications
• Supports up to 32 SubLAN
devices
Power consumption������������������������������������24 V AC, ±10%, 50/60Hz,
Operating voltage ��������������������������������������24 V AC
10 V A (max)
• Built in controller LAN
interface
Backplate dimensions����������������������������������165 x 203 x 44mm
• Provides local workstation
connection
PCB dimensions������������������������������������������203 x 244 x 6 mm
• Expanded memory 1MB for
extra capacity
• Software downloadable for
updates
(6.50” x 8.00” x 1.75”)
(8.00” x 9.63” x 0.25”)
Channels ����������������������������������������������������1 sub-LAN per 7798
Controllers��������������������������������������������������32 MR per sub-LAN or 16 SCUs
• Purpose designed for reduced
installation cost
Description
7798C Controller with 1024K RAM
Accessories
Recommended Power Supply XFMR6, (110V) XFMR7, (220V)
Cable for PC-emulated HHC CBL082
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Network
Infrastructure
Products
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TAC Xenta
Network Infrastructure
• Connect the PC to the network
via telephone/IP/LonWorks®
adapters
TAC Network infrastructure product line enables seamless integration
between IP network, field buses and telephone lines. It gives a variety of
methods to connect a PC to the network. It includes a gateway for I/Net to
be integrated into TAC Vista. It allows for optimized LonWorks® network
design and structure also using different types of routers, both for Lon to
Lon and IP to Lon connections.
• LonWorks® adapters connect to
PC via USB/Serial port/PCI/IP
• Plug and Play network design
using intelligent LonWorks®
routers and switches
LonWorks® network quality is improved using terminators, and can be extended via repeaters or routers. Problems on the network are detected using
the Protocol analyzer.
• Easy to use IP to LonWorks
routers make the IP network
the natural backbone in the
LonWorks® network
The TAC Network infrastructure includes all necessary components to design
a scalable and durable LonWorks® network.
L-VIS is a high resolution touch-screeen display used for graphical presentation and control locally on the network
• Network trouble shooting via
the LPA
• I/Net integration to TAC Vista
via Xenta 911
• High resolution local graphics in
L-VIS
Function
Communication Modules
TAC Xenta 511
Web Server
LonTalk Adaptor /
Telephone Line
q
LonWorks Interface /
MODBUS, BACnet etc.
q
TAC Xenta 901
q
TAC Xenta 911
q
TAC Xenta 913
LonTalk Adaptor /
Ethernet Network
q
q
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Network Infrastructure
TAC Xenta 901
Serial LonTalk® Adapter
functional features
• Works as a dial-up LonTalk®
adapter
The TAC Xenta 901 is a serial LonTalk® adapter, designed to let TAC Vista
reach a LonWorks® network via a dial-up line. When the modem line between TAC Xenta 901 and TAC Vista has been established, communication
proceeds as if TAC Vista had been connected directly to the LonWorks® network. The dial-up can either be initiated by TAC Vista, or by the TAC Xenta
901 unit. TAC Xenta 901 has functions to reduce the connection cost, such
as delaying a dial-up in order to collect more events, for example alarms,
so that several events can be reported at the same call. It is also possible to
specify dial-up to occur at a certain time of day, when the phone rates are
lower.
• Line blocking at a preset
number of failed dial-ups
Supply voltage������������������������������������� 24 V AC ±20%, 50 / 60 Hz or 19-
• Functions for reducing dial-up
costs
Power consumption����������������������������� max. 5 W
• Real time clock
• Daylight saving for Europe,
USA / Canada
40 V DC
Ambient Temperature
Storage������������������������������������������������� –20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation ������������������������������������������� 0 °C to +50 °C (32 °F to +122 °F)
• Configured by TAC Xenta OP
Operator Panel
Humidity ��������������������������������������������� max. 90% RH non-condensing
• All configuration data, such as
telephone numbers, are stored
in a non-volatile memory
Real time clock
Accuracy at 25 ºC (77°F) ��������������������� ±12 minutes per year
Data backup����������������������������������������� 72 h
Dimensions incl. base��������������������������� 90 x 110 x 77mm
(3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
Communication
Modem ����������������������������������������������� 9600 bps, RS232A, RJ45, 8-p
Network����������������������������������������������� LonWorks®, FTT-10, screw terminal
TAC Xenta OP������������������������������������� LonWorks®, FTT-10, modular jack
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0915-0 TAC Xenta 901
0-073-0902-0 TAC Xenta 400 terminal part
0-073-0907-2 TAC Xenta OP
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Network Infrastructure
TAC Xenta 911
The TAC Xenta 911 Communication device can be configured in one of
two ways:
• as a LonTalk® adapter between TAC Vista and a LonWorks® network
• as an IP modem, working as a direct replacement for a telephone modem,
with dial-up functionality over the computer network
In the first case, TAC Xenta 911 is either always connected to TAC Vista, or
can use the “low bandwidth” configuration to allow many more networks
connected to TAC VIsta.
functional features
• Works as a LonTalk® adapter
over IP between TAC Vista
and a LonWorks® network
• Supports TAC Xenta controllers and most TAC legacy
products
In the latter case, TAC Xenta 911 is intended for use with most TAC units
supporting dial-up (see the data sheet for TAC Xenta 911). The IP address of
the “dialed-up“ unit will then replace the telephone number. This makes it
very easy to save money by eliminating telephone line costs. The fast dial-up
time, typically less than two seconds, provides the feeling of a directly connected network.
• Configurable over an IP
network with a standard web
browser
The TAC Xenta 911 is quick to install and is easily maintained, using a web
browser on the TCP/IP network. Its default values are set for TAC Xenta
connection, and it is pre-configured for most TAC products.
• Pre-configured for most TAC
products
The TAC Xenta 911 contains HTML pages providing comprehensive online help.
• Real time clock
• All configuration data, such
as telephone numbers, are
stored in a non-volatile
memory
Specifications
Supply voltage���������������������������������������������24 V AC ±20%, 50 / 60 Hz or 19-40
V DC
Power consumption �����������������������������������max. 5 W
Ambient Temperature
Storage �������������������������������������������������������–20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation���������������������������������������������������0 °C to +50 °C (32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity ���������������������������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Real Time Clock
Accuracy at 25 ºC (77°F) ���������������������������±12 minutes per year
Data backup in event of power failure�������72 h
Dimensions incl. base���������������������������������90 x 110 x 77mm
(3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
Communication
Modem �����������������������������������������������������2400 bps -57.6 kbps, RS232A, RJ45,
8-p (port A)
PC, configuration ���������������������������������������RS232A, RJ45, 4-p (port B)
Network �����������������������������������������������������LonWorks®, FTT-10, screw terminal
Ethernet�������������������������������������������������������TCP/IP, 10base-T, RJ45
Description
0-073-0831-0 TAC Xenta 911
0-073-0902-0 TAC Xenta 400 terminal part
ACCESSORIES
0-073-0920-0 TAC Xenta: Programming Serial Kit
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Network Infrastructure
PC LonWorks® Adapter
PC interface card for connecting the LonWorks® network to a TAC Vista
central system or to a network management tool.
• Interface between LonWorks® and PC
• Half-length card for PCI slots
• Complies with LonMark® Interoperability Guidelines
• Reliable connection
functional features
• Standard PCI card
• Either for FTT-10 or TP/XF 1250
Description
9-073-0010-1 PCLTA21-FTT-10 9-073-0011-1 PCLTA21-TP/XF 1250 PCI PCI 78 kBit/s
1250 kBit/s
PCMCIA LonWorks® Adapter
Interface card for connecting the LonWorks® network to a laptop using the
PCMCIA interface.
• Interface between LonWorks® and PC (laptop)
• Type II PC card (PCMCIA)
• Complies with LonMark® Interoperability Guidelines
• Reliable connection
functional features
• Standard PCMCIA for Laptop
• FTT-10 as standard
Description
9-073-0005-0 PCC10 FTT-10 Interface Card 78 kBit/s
9-073-0006-0 PCC10 Cable
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Network Infrastructure
Serial LonWorks® Adapter
External LonWorks® interface for serial connection between equipment such
as PCs and modems and the LonWorks® network. Can be wall mounted.
• Interface between LonWorks® and RS-232 interface
• External device, no plug-in slot in PC necessary
Specifications
Power supply �����������������������������������������������������������9 - 30 V AC/DC
functional features
Power consumption �������������������������������������������������250 mA
• Easy access to a LonWorks
network from an RS232 port
Dimensions��������������������������������������������������������������138 x 101 x 34mm
• 24 V AC/DC powered
Interfaces ���������������������������������������������������������������9-pole DB-9, EIA-232
(5.4” x 5” x 1.3”)
Network �����������������������������������������������������������������LonWorks®, FTT-10
Description
9-073-0012-0 SLTA-10 FTT-10
TAC Xenta LonWorks® Repeater
FTT-10, 24 V
A passive signal amplifier for extending the maximum bus length (twisted
pair) and for setting up networks with more than 64 nodes.
• Passive signal amplification
• Completely network transparent
• Modular device design via TAC Xenta 400 enclosure
• Din rail or wall mounting
functional features
• Easy mounting on DIN rail
Specifications
• No configuration needed
Operating voltage ��������������������������������������� 24 V AC ±20%, 50 / 60 Hz
• Extends the network
Power consumption������������������������������������� < 1.5 VA
• Extends the number of nodes
to 128 on a FTT-10 channel
Approved. ambient temp����������������������������� 0 - 50°C
Max. no. of nodes��������������������������������������� 64 (FTT-10 transceiver)
Interface������������������������������������������������������� FTT-10, screw terminal
Dimensions incl. base����������������������������������� 90 x 110 x 77mm
(3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
Enclosure rating������������������������������������������� IP 20
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0912-0 TAC Xenta FTT-10 Repeater 24V
0-073-0902-0 TAC Xenta 400 terminal part
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Network Infrastructure
Termination
Terminating resistor for FTT-10 and TP/XF-1250 network segments.
Description
0-073-0905-1 Termination FTT-10
9-073-0020-0 Termination TP/XF-1250
TAC Xenta 913
LonWorks®/INET Gateway
functional features
The TAC Xenta 913 is a cost-effective way to integrate a large variety of
products into a TAC network. The TAC Xenta 913 supports the most commonly used open protocols, such as MODBUS, BACnet and LonWorks®. It
also supports some manufacturer-specific protocols, like I/NET and Clipsal
C-bus.
The TAC Xenta 913 acts as a gateway, and transfers data point values from
one network to another. Configuration is carried out using the TAC XBuilder
programming tool.
• Bridges the gap between
protocols
Protocol
Driver Description
• The key to seamless integration
of different vendors’ systems
Description/
Model
BACnet
BACnet IP /
MS-TP / PTP
MODBUS/
J-Bus
MODBUS
Master / Slave
/ TCP
M-Bus
Metering Bus
C-Bus
Clipsal bus
LonWorks®
FT-10
I/NET
Host LAN /
Controller LAN
BACnet is a standard protocol for building
automation developed by ASHRAE.
Supports BACnet ReadProperty and
WriteProperty messages.
Max. no. of devices: IP: 10, MS-TP: 30, PTP: 10
Commonly used protocol by many PLCs and
other equipment manufacturers.
• Uses Poll-on-demand to extract data
• RTU or ASCII Formats
• Supports 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 and 10
MODBUS functions
Max. no. of devices: As Master: 31 Slaves, As
Slave: 1 Master, TCP: 100
M-Bus is a standard protocol for meters.
Requires a hardware converteer between RS-232
and M-Bus such as Level-Converter PW20 from
Relay GmbH.
Max. no. of devices: 200
C-Bus is a proprietary communication protocol of
Clipsal Lighting Control Systems.
Max. no. of devices: 50
LonWorks® is a standard communication,
extensively used in building automation. Up to
400 SNVTs or TAC Xenta network variables.
I/NET is a proprietary protocol for I/NET systems
from TAC.
• Direct communication with
third party products at the field
level
• Migration and update of
systems without replacement of
older equipment
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Network Infrastructure
TAC Xenta 913
LonWorks®/INET Gateway (continued)
Specifications
Operating voltage ���������������������24 V AC ±20%, 50/60 Hz or 19–40 V DC
Power consumption�������������������max. 5 W
Transformer sizing ���������������������5 VA
Dimensions��������������������������������90 x 110 x 77mm (3.5” x 4.3” x 3”)
Enclosure rating�������������������������IP 20
Real Time Clock
Accuracy at +25°C (77º F)���������±12 minutes per year
Power failure protection�������������72 h
Ambient Temperature
Storage���������������������������������������–20°C to +50°C (–4°F to +122°F)
Operation ���������������������������������0°C to +50°C (+32°F to +122°F)
Humidity �����������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Communication
A: RS232�����������������������������������2400 – 57600 bps, RJ45, 8-p
A: RS485�����������������������������������2400 – 57600 bps, async. terminal block
B: RS232 �����������������������������������RJ10, 4-p
C: RS485�����������������������������������sync. (SDLC) terminal block
LonWorks®���������������������������������TP/FT-10, terminal block
Ethernet�������������������������������������TCP/IP, 10Base-T, RJ45
Description
0-073-0835-1 TAC Xenta 913
ACCESSORIES
0-073-0902-0 Terminal part TAC Xenta 400
0-073-0920-0 TAC Xenta: Programming Serial Kit
NIC-PCI
Network Interface
EIA-709 Network Interface with MNI (multiplexed network interface)
Supports FT-10, TP-1250/2500, RS-485
Connects to the PCI bus of a PC
Compatible with LNS, MIP, and ORION applications
Description
9-073-0066-0 Lon® Network Interf.(NIC709-PCI)
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Network Infrastructure
LonWorks® Terminal Units
TP/FT-10,TP/LPT-10, and TP/XF-1250 networks need to be terminated using a defined network terminator. L-Term offers two standard network terminators in one slim housing, which makes them a perfect solution to be used
with the active network infrastructure products (e.g. L-IP, L-Switch, etc.).
The LT-33 network terminator can be used to terminate two TP/FT-10 and
TP/LPT-10 channels in bus or in free topology.
The LT-13 network terminator can be used to terminate one TP/XF-1250
and one TP/FT-10 or TP/LPT-10 channel.
functional features
• Supports bus and free
topology termination
• TP/FT-10 side can also be
used to terminate link power
channels
TAC
Part No.
Loytec
Part
No.
Alternative
Description
9-073-0068-0
LT-33
Lon® terminal for
2 TP/FT-10, LT-33
Lon® terminal, 2
x TP/FT-10 (bus or
free topology)
9-073-0069-0
LT-13
Lon® terminal TP1250/-10, LT-13
Lon® terminal, 1
x TP/XF-1250, 1 x
TP/FT-10
(bus or free
topology)
• screw terminals
(0.5 - 2.5 mm2)
• 17 L x 90 W x 58mm H
(0.7” x 3.5” x 2.3”)
Description
• 1 TE DIN-rail (EN 50 022)
mountable
Description
9-073-0068-0 Lon® term. for 2 TP/FT-10, LT-33
9-073-0069-0 Lon® term. TP-1250 /-10, LT-13
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Network Infrastructure
LonWorks® LCD Display
L-VIS impresses by its timeless design, harmonic integration into modern and
historical architecture as well as its extremely user friendly concept.
functional features
• Control and display panel for
LonWorks® ANSI/EIA-709
networks
• Graphical user interface with
touch display
• Clear and user friendly
navigation menus
• High resolution 320x240
color LCD touch display with
backlight, 256 colors (VGA)
Any information can be shown in a pleasing style on the high resolution
320x240 color LCD touch display. The touch display offers easy navigation
through the menu structure, but is also used to set temperatures, select light
scenarios, move sun blinds, or send updates to network variables in the network. Network variables are dynamically created using LNS 3.x based tools
(e.g. NL-220, ALEX, LonMaker®, etc.). The LNS plug-in supplied with the
unit is used to create the menu structure and to design graphical pages in no
time, which can be downloaded into L-VIS via the network connection. The
LCD touch display shows numbers, text, bar charts, symbols, graphics, trend
logs, and many other items in a clear way.
L-VIS can also be used in a switch cabinet. It can monitor and display important system parameters like energy consumption, alarms or the temperature
in cold-storage rooms. Additionally L-VIS can control devices on the network
by sending out network variables.
L-VIS can be connected to a TP/FT-10 or IP-852 Ethernet channel. The unit
is fully compatible with the EIA-709 and the EIA-852 standards.
• Representation of user defined
graphics, numbers, text, bar
charts, trend logs, and bitmaps
TAC
Part No.
• Visualization of individual data
points (NVs)
9-073-0070-0
Loytec
Part
No.
LVIS3E100
• Control of individual data
points (NVs)
Description
Alternative Description
Lon® LCD display, LonWorks® LCD Display
LVIS-3E100
LVIS-3E100 FT-10 and
Ethernet
• Access control with PIN code
• Network ports: FT-10 and EIA852 Ethernet (IP-852)
• Compatible with LNS
applications in the fast VNI
mode, e. g. NL220®, ALEX,
LonMaker®
• Up to 512 input or output
network variables can be
processed
• Up to 512 destination
addresses can be used
• Input voltage: 9-24V AC or DC
Sample L-VIS graphic
Description
9-073-0070-0 LVIS-3E100
• Dimensions: W=210mm (8.3”),
H=165mm (6.5”), D=60mm
(2.4”)
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Network Infrastructure
LonWorks® Routers
The L-Switch Router is the solution to interconnect multiple LonWorks® (EIA709) channels. It provides up to five ports and routes packets between these
ports.
In spite of its small size the L-Switch router provides best class performance
and flexibility in use. In order to provide the optimal router configuration
the L-Switch supports 2 to 5 ports as well as the 2 operating modes “Smart
Switch Mode” and “Configured Router Mode”.
functional features
• For physical separation and
logical connection of up to
5 ANSI/EIA-709 network
segments
• Can be used as configured
router
• Can be used as learning switch
or repeater
• Forwarding decision based
on subnet/node and group
addresses
• Processes up to 3500 packets/
sec
• Supports multiple transceivers:
FT-10/LPT-10, TP-1250
• Diagnostic LEDs for each
channel showing network
activity, overload, and error
conditions
• DIN-rail (EN 50 022) or wall
mountable
The Plug & Play installation capability of the L-Switch allows connection of
L-Switch to the network without any further configuration.
The Smart Switch technology automatically detects the bit-rates of the connected channels, learns the configuration of the network (domains, subnet/
node addresses, group addresses) and forwards the packets between the
different ports of the L-Switch router.
TAC
Part No.
Loytec
Part No.
Description
Alternative
Description
9-073-0038-0
LS-33300C
LON® Multiport
switch
(LS-33300C)
LS-33300CB 3 x
FT-10
9-073-0039-0
LS-13300C
LON® Multiport
switch
(LS-13300C)
LS-13300CB 1 x TP1250 / 2 x FT-10
9-073-0040-0
LS-13333C
LON® Multiport
switch
(LS-13333C)
LS-13333CB 1 x TP1250 / 4 x FT-10
9-073-0041-0
LS-11333C
LON® Multiport
switch
(LS-11333C)
LS-11333CB 2 x TP1250 / 3 x FT-10
9-073-0049-0
LS-33CB
LON® Multiport
switch
(LS-33CB)
LS-33CB 2 x FT-10
9-073-0050-0
LS-13CB
LON® Multiport
switch
(LS-13CB)
LS-13CB 1 x TP-1250
/ 1 x FT-10
Description
9-073-0038-0
9-073-0039-0
9-073-0040-0
9-073-0041-0
9-073-0049-0
9-073-0050-0
LON® Multiport switch(LS-33300C)
LON® Multiport switch(LS-13300C)
LON® Multiport switch(LS-13333C)
LON® Multiport switch(LS-11333C)
LON® Multiport switch(LS-33CB)
LON® Multiport switch(LS-13CB)
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Network Infrastructure
LPA Protocol Analyzer
LPA-SET-IP
functional features
• Runs on Windows 2000/XP®
• Supports the LOYTEC
Multiplexed Network Interface
Technology (MNI)
• The LPA software supports
both EIA-709 and LonMark®
IP-852 on Ethernet
• Remote LPA function with
LPA-IP and L-IP
• Online packet monitoring
• High resolution packet timestamping
• Comprehensive packet filter
functions on each layer of the
network protocol
The family of LPA Protocol Analyzers listens on LonWorks® (EIA-709) or
LonWorks® over IP (EIA-852) networks and displays all recorded packets on
a PC screen. Thanks to its extended recording capability even intermittent
faults can be detected and recorded. The interpretation of an LNS® database
allows the display of meaningful node names and network variable names.
Together with L-IP Internet Routers or NIC709-IP network interfaces, the
LPA software can record packets even from remote network channels.
The intuitive and easy to use LPA software runs on all NIC709’s and the LPAIP software runs on the NIC-852. Each LPA or LPA-IP software license must
be registered for one NIC.
For remote protocol analysis, the LPA software can be registered for an
NIC709-IP, and the LPA-IP software can be registered for a NIC-852 to
analyze the channel behind an L-IP or a NIC709-IP. The PC running either
the LPA or the LPA-IP software is connected through its Ethernet port over
the Intranet/Internet/VPN with the NIC709-IPs or the L-IP routers. Up to
8 channels can be analyzed concurrently using NIC709-IPs and up to 32
channels can be analyzed using L-IPs. The software runs under Windows
2000/XP.
LPA-IP
• Protocol analyzer software for EIA-852 (IP)
• NIC852 USB key for the PC
• Packet interpretation down to
bit-level
LPA-SET-USB
• Conversion of network
addresses and variables into
symbolic names
• NIC852 USB key for the PC
• Protocol analyzer software for EIA-852 (IP) and for EIA-709
• NIC709-USB key for the PC
• Interpretation of SNVTs
(Standard Network Variable
Types), network management,
and diagnostic messages
9-073-0046-0
LPA-IP
LON® protocol analyzer (LPA-IP)
• LNS database interpretation
9-073-0047-0
LPA-SET-USB
LON® protocol analyzer (LPA-SET-USB)
TAC
Part No.
Loytec
Part No.
Description
• Error tracking in packets with
protocol errors
• Various forms of packet
visualization
• Extensive packet statistics
(short packets, CRC errors,
packets/s, etc.)
Description
9-073-0046-0 LON® protocol analyzer (LPA-IP)
9-073-0047-0 LON® protocol analyzer(LPA-SET-USB)
• Extended packet recording
capability
• Storing and exporting packet
logs (e.g. to Excel spreadsheets)
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Network Infrastructure
LonWorks® Network Interfaces,
NIC
The NIC’s are the world’s fastest and most universal network interfaces for
LonWorks® (EIA-709) and Ethernet (EIA-852) channels. Based on the revolutionary ORION and L-Chip technology, they offer the highest packet update
rates and lowest response times on the market.
functional features
• Network Interface for EIA-709
and EIA-852 (IP-852) network
channels.
• Best performance, highest
packet throughput.
• Use the LPA, LSD Tool,
your ORION applications,
MIP applications, and LNS
applications on a single
network interface at the same
time.
• Compatible with LNS
applications in high
performance VNI mode e.g.
LonMaker®, NL220®, ALEX.
• Compatible with MIP
applications (LDV interface)
e.g. NodeUtil32, NLUtil , etc.
• Compatible with high
performance ORION
applications (ORION API).
• Software selectable transceivers
on NIC709-USB and NIC709PCI: FT-10/LPT-10, RS-485,
and TP-1250/2500.
• Runs on Windows 98/
ME/2000/XP® (NIC709-USB,
NIC709-PCI, NIC709-IP and
NIC-852).
All NICs are fully compatible with legacy products, e.g. LonMaker®, NL220,
ALEX, LNS 3.x applications, OPC servers, NodeUtil32, NLUtil, and with high
performance ORION applications.
The multiplexed network interface (MNI) support allows, for the first time
ever, multiple MIP applications to be started in parallel to an LPA or LSD
Tool, or LonMaker®, or NL220 on a single network interface.
All NICs are fully compatible with legacy products, e.g. LonMaker®, NL220,
ALEX, LNS 3.x applications, OPC servers, NodeUtil32, NLUtil, and with high
performance ORION applications such as TAC Vista 4.4 and higher.
The NIC709-IP acts as a high performance remote network interface over
the Intranet or the Internet. Secure communication between the NIC709IP and the PC is supported by using MD5 authentication. Remote protocol
analysis is supported by using the LPA-IP-SW software.
The NIC-852 supports MIP/LDV applications to access the IP-852 (Ethernet)
channel without changing the application program.
TAC
Part No.
Loytec
Part No.
Description
9-073-0065-0
NIC709-USB
LonWorks® network
Interface NIC-USB
NIC709-USB USB port: FT,
RS-485, TP-1250
9-073-0066-0
NIC709-PCI
LonWorks® network
Interface NIC-PCI
NIC709-PCI PCI bus: FT,
RS-485, TP-1250
9-073-0067-0
NIC852
LonWorks® network
Interface EIA-852
NIC-852 Ethernet port: IP852 (includes USB key)
9-073-0071-0
NIC709-IP1E
Network Interface
NIC709-IP1E
NIC709-IP1E Ethernet port:
TP-1250
Description
9-073-0065-0
9-073-0066-0
9-073-0067-0
9-073-0071-0
Alternative Ports
LonWorks® network Interface NIC-USB
LonWorks® network Interface NIC-PCI
LonWorks® network Interface EIA-852
Network Interface NIC709-IP1E
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Network Infrastructure
LonWorks® (EIA-709) – IP Routers
Gateway
The L-IP fills the gap between LonWorks® (EIA-709) installations and IP networks. It can tunnel LonWorks® packets back and forth through an arbitrary
IP-based network, such as a LAN, an Intranet, or even the Internet. The L-IP
connects to the IP network via an Ethernet channel. Available LonWorks®
transceivers include FT-10 and TP-1250.
functional features
• Routes packets between
ANSI/EIA-709 and IP networks
(10/100MBits/s Ethernet)
• LIP-3ECTB supports one FT-10
channel, LIP-1ECTB supports
one TP-1250 channel, LIP33ECTB supports 2 FT-10
channels, LIP-3333ECTB
supports 4 TP-10 channels
• Tunneling of LonWorks®
(ANSI/EIA-709) packets
through IP (Ethernet) networks
The installation of an L-IP router requires little effort. The IP configuration
can either be obtained via DHCP or entered manually. The user only needs
to provide the IP address of an IP configuration server. If operated behind
a router with network address translation (NAT or masquerading), the L-IP
supports Auto-NAT to work with dynamic public IP addresses.
When using the built in IP configuration server, the user can edit and backup
the IP channel configuration through the built-in web server. The configuration is stored continuously and the device operates completely standalone.
TAC
Part No.
Loytec
Part No.
Description
Alternative Ports
9-073-0044-0
LIP-1ECTB
LonWorks® network
Interface NIC-USB
NIC709-USB USB port:
FT, RS-485, TP-1250
• Configured Router Mode
support
9-073-0063-0
LIP-3ECTB
LON® router over IP
(LIP-3ECTB)
LIP-3ECTB 1 x Ethernet /
1 x FT-10
• Easy installation, Auto-NAT,
roaming, DHCP
9-073-0064-0
LIP-33ECTB
LON® router over IP
(LIP-33ECTB)
LIP-33ECTB 1 x
Ethernet, 2 x FT-10
• Remote LPA support with
LPA-IP
9-073-0072-0
LIP-3333ECTB
LON® router over IP
(LIP-3333ECTB)
LIP-3333ECTB 1 x
Ethernet, 4 x FT-10
9-073-0043-0
LP-13333CT
LON® Multiport
gateway (LP13333CT)
LIP-1333ECTB 1 x TP/
XF1250, 4 x FT-10
• Built in WEB server for LIP and
IP-852 channel configuration
• SNTP support for time
synchronization
• Network diagnostic LEDs
Description
9-073-0044-0
9-073-0043-0
9-073-0063-0
9-073-0064-0
9-073-0072-0
LON® router over IP (LIP-1ECTB)
LON® Multiport gatew (LP-13333CT)
LON® router over IP (LIP-3ECTB)
LON® router over IP (LIP-33ECTB)
LON® router over IP (LIP-3333ECTB)
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Operator Panels
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Xenta
Operator Panels
• Presents variables and parameters on the network
• No configuration required
• Enables access to the entire
network via a local connection
• Provides the possibility of publicly displaying data of common
interest, such as the outdoor
temperature
The TAC Xenta Operator Panel is a compact, and versatile display unit,
which can be mounted in a cabinet or used hand-held. It provides access to
values and parameters across the entire network - of particular value during
installation and maintenance work. Any TAC Xenta 280/300/400 can be
accessed from anywhere on the network. The user has a full overview of the
installation, and the possibility to read and write parameters, time schedules
and local settings.
The TAC Xenta OP 1500 is a rugged PC designed for industrial applications, and incorporates a 15” color touch screen. The OP 1500 provides a
graphical presentation of the system, similar to TAC Vista graphics, without
the need for a desktop PC. Installed in a public location, it can be used to
control and monitor light levels, blinds and other HVAC devices, and can
display suitable data in any way the user requires.
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Operator Panels
TAC Xenta Operator Panel
For convenient local operation of TAC Xenta controllers. Input is via 6 control
keys and information is displayed in the clear LCD display. The LCD display’s
background lighting can be switched off if required by changing the relevant
parameter. The operator panel is connected to the controller with a plugand-socket connection and supplied with power through the cable connector. It can also be directly connected to the LonWorks® network.
functional features
• Local access to entire network
• Intuitive navigation
• Access levels for differentiated
control and supervision
• Portable and easy to plug in on
any TAC Xenta 280/300/400
• Monitors variables in a TAC
Xenta 100
The user can access all controllers connected to the network from one
connection. The operator panel allows the current operating status to be
checked and allows changes to be made to setpoints, time schedules etc.,
without connecting to a central system. In addition to allowing mobile
deployment, the unit also supports the convenient plug-in installation to a
TAC Xenta controller or can be mounted into the switchgear cabinet door.
Modern and functional design. Compliant with TAC Xenta 100, TAC Xenta
280, TAC Xenta 300 and TAC Xenta 401.
Specifications
Operating voltage ������������������24 V AC/DC from TAC Xenta or external
Power consumption����������������max. 0.5 W
Dimensions incl. base ������������114 x 96 x 34mm (4.5” x 3.8” x 1.3”) Protocol����������������������������������FTT-10, LonTalk
Transmission rate��������������������78 kbits/s
Ambient Temperature
Storage������������������������������������–20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation ������������������������������0 °C to +50 °C (32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity ��������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Display������������������������������������4 X 20 characters alphanumerical, backlit
Type of protection������������������IP 20 / IP 43
For further specifications, see technical data sheet.
Description
0-073-0907-2 TAC Xenta OP Operator Panel
0-073-0904-0 TAC Xenta OP mounting kit panel
ACCESSORIES
0-073-0904-0 TAC Xenta OP mounting kit panel
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Operator Panels
TAC Xenta OP 1500
The TAC OP 1500 is a rugged PC designed for industrial applications. It is
built around an IP65 front panel with a 15” color TFT LCD screen and a
high-definition analog touch panel.
The TAC OP 1500 is used as a web client for TAC Vista Webstation, TAC
Xenta 511, or other information systems. It is compact and easy to install and
setup. No software installation is required. Once connected it is ready to run.
functional features
• Rugged 15” LCD display
• High resolution touch screen
• Easy installation
• Built-in reader for pdf, doc, xls
and ppt.
For user convenience, the browser start page and/or favorites can easily be
configured to suit the current installation.
TAC OP 1500 has an Ethernet port and communicates with the system over
IP networks. Adobe Acrobat Reader® and Microsoft Office Viewers are preinstalled to enable users to view documents in these formats on the device.
Also, the device is prepared with the correct Java Runtime Environment for
use with TAC Xenta 511. The TAC OP 1500 is delivered with a power supply.
• JVM (Java Virtual Machine)
installed
Specifications
• Powered by a 24V AC/DC
converter (included)
Power consumption������������������������max. 80 W
Supply voltage��������������������������������24 V DC (19.2 – 28.8 V DC)
Transformer sizing ��������������������������80 VA
Ambient temperature
Storage��������������������������������������������-10 °C to +60 °C (14 °F to +140°F)
Operation ��������������������������������������0 °C to +45 °C (32 °F to +113 °F)
Humidity ����������������������������������������max. 85% RH non-condensing
Mechanical
Enclosure����������������������������������������Hardened steel
Enclosure rating, front panel������������ P 65
Dimensions�������������������������������������395 X 294 X 67mm (outer frame)
(15.6” x 11.6” x 2.6)
Weight��������������������������������������������6.0 kg (13.2 lbs)
Built-in I/O ports
Ethernet TCP/IP������������������������������ RJ45 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX link
Description
0-073-0924-0
TAC OP 1500 incl Power Supply
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Air Handling
Controllers
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TAC
Air Handling Controllers
The TAC 2000 ventilation controller family provides a series of advanced system
solutions for control, monitoring and supervision of air handling units in buildings. The software package In TAC 2000 Viewer is used to monitor and supervise
the controller.
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Air Handling Controllers
TAC 2411, 2412 and 2413
The TAC 2000 family now includes a series of advanced system solutions for
air handling. They are complete solutions for complete control, monitoring
and supervision of air handling units in buildings.
The following controllers are available:
• TAC 2411 offers a rational and efficient solution to air handling where the
heating coil controls the room or supply air temperature.
functional features
• Easy to operate with clear
symbols
• TAC 2412 has extended functionality. The room or supply air
temperature is controlled in sequence using the heating coil and heat
recovery.
• Complete solution in one box
• TAC 2413 is the most advanced controller. The room or supply air temperature is controlled in sequence using the heating coil, heat recovery
and the cooling coil.
• Built-in Time Scheduling:
weekly and yearly programs
Specifications
• Alarm handling. A and B alarms
Power supply����������������������������� 24 V AC ±20 %, 50–60 Hz
• Pump Control energy savings
Power consumption������������������� 3 W
• Outdoor compensation by
adjustable curve
Ambient Temperature
Storage��������������������������������������� –20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation ��������������������������������� 0 °C to +50 °C (32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity ����������������������������������� max. 90% RH non-condensing
Real Time Clock
Accuracy ����������������������������������� 16 minutes/year at +25 °C (77°F)
Memory backup������������������������� 48 hours
Color ����������������������������������������� grey/red/transparent
Weight��������������������������������������� 0.7 kg
Dimensions B x H x D ��������������� 144 x 96 x 96mm
(5.7”x 3.8”x 3.8”)
Material������������������������������������� ABS/PC plastic
Enclosure rating������������������������� IP 40
Description
200-3101-000
200-3103-000
200-3051-000
200-3053-000
200-3001-000
200-3003-000
TAC 2411 Swedish/Finnish
TAC 2411 Danish
TAC 2412 Swedish/Finnish
TAC 2412 Danish
TAC 2413 Swedish/Finnish/English
TAC 2413 Danish
ACCESSORIES
0-073-0904-0 TAC Xenta OP mounting kit panel
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Air Handling Controllers
TAC 2000 Viewer
functional features
• Dynamic Colorgraphic
TAC 2000 Viewer is a PC-based presentation system for all controllers in the
TAC 2000 Ventilation Family (TAC 2411, TAC 2412 and TAC 2413). It is an
effective tool for commissioning, operation, and fault finding in air handling
systems. By connecting the TAC 2000 Viewer to the controller, you can easily
and quickly access all important information in the air handling system.
• Trend log viewer
The tool can present information in four different forms:
• List of all parameters in the
controller
• Graphical presentation of the air handling unit
• Status of In- and outputs
• Trend log data
• Direct connection or dialed up
via modem
• Status of inputs and outputs
• Windows 95 or later
All forms are predefined and ready to use. No expensive engineering is needed. Furthermore the information can be printed. The status of the controller,
alarms and communication are displayed on the screen.
• List of parameters
• Language: Swedish
• Modem: Hayes compatible, 4800 bps
Minimum System PC requirement:
• Windows 95 operating system
• 4 MB RAM memory
• 2 MB Hard disk
• 3.5” Diskette
• 9-D sub serial port
Description
200-1910-000 InTA 2000V (Connector)
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Heating
Controllers
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TAC
Heating Controllers
TAC offers a series of heating controllers with and without communication
possibilities. All control the radiator system according to an outdoor temperature-compensated reset curve and a reference sensor. The controllers also
control the domestic hot water.
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Heating Controllers
TAC 2112
The TAC 2112 offers control of hot water heating systems. The radiator
circuit is controlled according to an outdoor temperature-compensated reset
curve and reference sensor.
Simple symbols, a clear LCD display and a minimum number of buttons
make it easy to read and change the values. There are three adjustable curve
points where you can adjust the reset curve exactly to suit different heating
systems.
functional features
Specifications
• Automatic adjustment of the
reset curve
Power supply�������������������������������������������� 24 V AC +20%, 50–60 Hz
Power consumption���������������������������������� 3W
• Ramp limitation of supply
setpoint
Dimensions����������������������������������������������� 144 x 96 x 96mm
• Control of room temperature
via reference sensor
(5.7” x 3.8” x 3.8”)
Ambient Temperature
• Weekly program for night
setback
Storage �����������������������������������������������������������–20 °C to +50 °C
• Separate weekly program for
external equipment
Operation�������������������������������������������������������0 °C to +50 °C (32 °F to +122 °F)
• Holiday program
(–4 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity �������������������������������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
• Variable night setback and
morning heating
Real Time Clock
• Optimized changeover from
daytime operation to night
setback
Accuracy at +25°C (77º F)������������������������ ±12 minutes/year
Backup memory���������������������������������������� 48 hours
• Pump control with exercise
function
Thermistor Inputs
• External setpoint adjustment
(SPC control)
Measurement range���������������������������������� –50°C to +120°C
• Extended daytime operation
and forced night setback from
an external unit
• Alarm
Type of thermistor������������������������������������ 1800 ohm/ 25°C (+77º F )
(-58º F to + 248º F)
Relay Outputs
Max. voltage�������������������������������������������� 250 V AC
Max. current �������������������������������������������� 2 A
Inputs
Sensor inputs B1-B4, U1, U4 thermistor input (see above)
Setpoint adjustment (SPC), U2������������������ 0–10 V DC
Additional connection to outdoor temp., Y2 0–10 V DC
Enclosure rating���������������������������������������� IP 40, front IP 54
Description
200-2201-000
200-2202-000
200-2203-000
200-2204-000
TAC 2112 Swedish Controller
TAC 2112 Danish Controller
TAC 2112 Swedish/Finnish Controller
TAC 2112 GB Controller
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Heating Controllers
TAC 2222
The TAC 2222 offers combined heating and domestic hot water control for
hot water heating systems. The radiator circuit is controlled according to an
outdoor temperature compensated reset curve and reference sensor. The
domestic hot water is controlled by using a separate constant temperature
controller.
functional features
• Automatic adjustment of the
reset curve
Simple symbols, a clear LCD display and a minimum number of buttons
make it easy to read and change the values. There are three adjustable curve
points where you can adjust the reset curve exactly to suit different heating
systems. A reference sensor is used to adjust the reset curve and the duration
and the night setback automatically. Adjustments resulting from seasonal
variations are automatic.
• Ramp limitation of supply
setpoint
Specifications
• Control of room temperature
via a reference sensor
Power consumption��������������������������������� 3W
• Weekly program for night
setback
• Separate weekly program
for domestic hot water and
external unit
• Holiday program for heating
and domestic hot water
• Variable night setback and
morning heating
• Optimized changeover from
daytime operation to night
setback
• Separate limitation of return
temperature of heating and
domestic hot water
• Pump control with exercise
function
• Heat control using an external
unit (SPC control)
Power supply������������������������������������������� 24 V AC +20%, 50-60 Hz
Dimensions���������������������������������������������� 144 x 96 x 96mm
(5.7” x 3.8” x 3.8”)
Ambient Temperature
Storage ����������������������������������������������������������–20 °C to +50 °C
(–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation������������������������������������������������������0 °C to +50 °C (32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity ������������������������������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Real Time Clock
Accuracy at +25°C (77ºF )����������������������� +12 minutes/year
Backup memory��������������������������������������� 48 hours
Enclosure rating��������������������������������������� IP 40, front IP 54
Thermistor Inputs
Type of thermistor����������������������������������� 1800 ohm/25 °C (+77ºF )
Measurement range��������������������������������� –50 °C to +120 °C
(-58º F to + 248º F )
Relay Outputs
• Extended daytime operation
and forced night setback from
an external unit
Max. voltage������������������������������������������� 250 V AC
• Domestic hot water control
Inputs
• Alarm
Max. current ������������������������������������������� 2 A
Sensor inputs B1-B4, thermistor input (see above)
Heat adjustment (SPC)����������������������������� 0–10 V DC
Domestic hot water valve������������������������� 0-10 V DC or 2–10 V DC
Additional connection to outdoor temp��� 0–10 V DC
Description
200-2051-000
200-2052-000
200-2053-000
200-2054-000
TAC 2222 Swedish Controller
TAC 2222 GB Controller
TAC 2222 Danish Controller
TAC 2222 Swedish/Finnish Controller
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Heating Controllers
TAC 2232
District Heating Compensator/
Optimizer
functional features
• Automatic adjustment of the
reset curve
The TAC 2232 offers combined heating and domestic hot water control for
hot water heating systems. The controller is intended for three stage district
heating. The radiator circuit is controlled according to an outdoor temperature-compensated reset curve and reference sensor. The domestic hot water
is controlled by using a separate constant temperature controller.
Specifications
• Ramp limitation of supply
setpoint
Power supply�������������������������������� 24 V AC +20%, 50-60 Hz
• Control of room temperature
via reference sensor
Dimensions����������������������������������� 144 x 96 x 96mm (5.7” x 3.8” x 3.8”)
• Weekly program for night
setback
Ambient Temperature
• Separate weekly program
for domestic hot water and
external unit
Operation������������������������������������������0 °C to +50 °C (32 °F to +122 °F)
• Holiday program for heating
and domestic hot water
Power consumption���������������������� 3W
Storage ����������������������������������������������–20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity ������������������������������������������max. 90% RH non-condensing
Real Time Clock
• Variable night setback and
morning heating
Accuracy at +25°C (77ºF) ������������ ±12 minutes/year
• Optimized changeover from
daytime operation to night
setback
Enclosure rating���������������������������� IP 40, front IP 54
• Temperature limitation from
the radiator circuit
Backup memory���������������������������� 48 hours
Thermistor Inputs
Type of thermistor������������������������ 1800 ohm/25°C (+77ºF)
• Pump control with exercise
function
Measurement range���������������������� –50°C to +120°C (-58º F to + 248º F)
• Heat control using an external
unit (SPC control)
Relay Outputs
• Extended daytime operation
and forced night setback from
an external unit
Max. current �������������������������������� 2 A
• Domestic hot water control
• Alarm
• Automatic adjustments
resulting from seasonal
variations
Max. voltage�������������������������������� 250 V AC
Inputs
Sensor inputs B1-B4���������������������� thermistor input (see above)
Heat adjustment (SPC), U2 ���������� 0–10 V DC
Domestic hot water valves������������ 0-10 V DC or 2–10 V DC
Description
200-2301-000 TAC 2232 Controller, incl. Swedish documentation
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Heating Controllers
TAC 2242
Heating Compensator/
Optimizer
The TAC 2242 offers combined heating and domestic hot water control for
hot water heating systems. The radiator circuit is controlled according to an
outdoor temperature compensated reset curve and reference sensor. The
domestic hot water is controlled by using a separate constant temperature
controller.
functional features
• Automatic adjustment of the
reset curve
• Ramp limitation of supply
setpoint
• Control of room temperature
via reference sensor
• Weekly program for night
setback
• Separate weekly program
for domestic hot water and
external unit
• Holiday program for heating
and domestic hot water
• Variable night setback and
morning heating
• Optimized changeover from
daytime operation to night
setback
• Separate limitation of return
temperature of heating and
domestic hot water
• Pump control with exercise
function
• Heat control using an external
unit (SPC control)
• Extended daytime operation
and forced night setback from
an external unit
• Domestic hot water control
• Alarm
Simple symbols, a clear LCD display and a minimum number of buttons
make it easy to read and change the values. There are three adjustable curve
points where you can adjust the reset curve exactly to suit different heating
systems. A reference sensor is used to adjust the reset curve and the duration
and the night setback automatically. Adjustments resulting from seasonal
variations are automatic.
Specifications
Power supply����������������������������������������������� 24 V AC +20%, 50-60 Hz
Power consumption������������������������������������� 3W
Overall dimensions��������������������������������������� 144 x 96 x 96mm
(5.7” x 3.8” x 3.8”)
Ambient Temperature
Storage �������������������������������������������������������������� –20 °C to +50 °C
(–4 °F to +122 °F)
Operation���������������������������������������������������������� 0 °C to +50 °C
(32 °F to +122 °F)
Humidity ���������������������������������������������������������� max. 90% RH non-condensing
Real Time Clock
Accuracy at +25°C (77ºF) ��������������������������� ±12 minutes/year
Backup memory������������������������������������������� 48 hours
Enclosure rating������������������������������������������� IP 40, front IP 54
Thermistor Inputs
Type of thermistor��������������������������������������� 1800 ohm/25 °C (+77ºF)
Measurement range������������������������������������� –50°C to +120°C
(-58º F to + 248º F)
Relay Outputs
Max. voltage����������������������������������������������� 250 V AC
Max. current ����������������������������������������������� 2 A
Inputs
Sensor inputs B1-B4 thermistor input (see above)
Heat adjustment (SPC)��������������������������������� 0–10 V DC
Domestic hot water valve����������������������������� 0-10 V DC or 2–10 V DC
Additional connection to outdoor temp. ����� 0–10 V DC
Description
200-2455-000 TAC 2242 Controller
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Heating Controllers
TAC 2321
District Heating Compensator
The TAC 2321 offers combined heating and domestic hot water control for
district heating systems. The radiator circuit is controlled according to an
outdoor temperature compensated reset curve and reference sensor. The
domestic hot water is controlled by using a separate loading controller.
functional features
• Automatic adjustment of the
reset curve
• Ramp limitation of supply
setpoint
• Control of room temperature
via reference sensor
• Weekly program for night
setback
Simple symbols, a clear LCD display and a minimum number of buttons
make it easy to read and change the values. The reset curve has four adjustable curve points which mean that you can adjust it exactly to suit different
heating systems. A reference sensor is used to adjust the reset curve and the
duration and magnitude of the night setback automatically. Adjustments
resulting from seasonal variations are fully automatic.
Specifications
Power supply������������������������������� 230 V AC ±10%, 50–60 Hz
Power consumption��������������������� 5W
Overall dimensions����������������������� 144 x 96 x 96mm (5.7” x 3.8” x 3.8”)
• Separate weekly program for
domestic hot water and hot
water circulation pump
Real Time Clock
• Weekend program for heating
and domestic hot water
Backup memory��������������������������� 48 hours
• Variable night setback and
morning heating
• Optimized changeover from
daytime operation to night
setback and vice versa
Accuracy at +25°C (77° F)����������� ±12 minutes/year
Enclosure rating��������������������������� IP 40, front IP 54
Ambient Temperature
Operating������������������������������������� 0°C to +50°C (32°F to +122 °F)
Storage����������������������������������������� –20°C to +50°C (–4°F to +122 °F)
• Separate limitation of return
temperature of heating and
domestic hot water
Ambient humidity ����������������������� max. 90% RH non-condensing
• Pump control with exercise
function
Thermistor type��������������������������� 1800 ohm/25 °C (77 ° F)
• Heat adjustment from
a remote control unit
(accessory)
• Extended daytime operation
and forced night setback from
an external unit, or from the
panel
Thermistor Inputs
Measurement range��������������������� –30°C to +120°C (–22°F to +248°F)
Relay Outputs
Max. voltage������������������������������� 250 V AC
Max. current ������������������������������� 2 A
Inputs
• Domestic hot water control
with adjustable high
temperature function (to
eliminate the risk of legionella)
Remote control unit��������������������� 0–10 V DC
• Power limitation
Additional connection to outdoor temp., Y2 0–10 V DC
Sensor inputs - thermistor input (see above)
Dom. hot water valve������������������� 0–10 V DC or 2–10 V DC
• Alarm
Description
200-2103-000 TAC 2321 Controller
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Heating Controllers
TAC 2000 Viewer
for TAC 2000 Heating
Controllers
functional features
• Dynamic Colorgraphic
• Trend log viewer
• List of all parameters in the
controller
• Status of In- and outputs
• Direct connection or dialed up
via modem
TAC 2000 is a PC-based information tool intended for commissioning,
operation and troubleshooting in heating systems with controllers belonging
to the TAC 2000 family. By connecting a PC running TAC 2000 Viewer to
a TAC 2000 controller, you get a quick and clear overview of the controller and the controlled heating application. All measured and setpoint values
are shown in clear function diagrams. The controller’s parameters are shown
together with its reset curves in clear forms. The pictures and forms are
complete, which saves time, since you do not need to configure anything or
work on the picture layout.
The TAC 2000 Viewer supports the TAC 2112, 2222, 2242, and 2321
controllers.
• Language: Swedish, English, German
• Modem: Hayes compatible, 4800 bps
• WindowsTM 95 or later
System requirements, PC
• Windows™ 95 or later
• Min. 4 MB Internal memory
• Min. 2 MB Hard disk space
• One 3 1/4” diskette drive
• One 9 pin serial port
Description
200-1900-000 InTA 2000 (Connector)
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Heating Controllers
TAC 200 Reset Controller
TAC 200 is an Outdoor Reset Controller for outdoor reset control of heating
systems. It can be used for conventional supply temperature control of mixing valve systems for radiator or floor heating. It can also be used for two or
three stage on/off control of gas boilers.
With a room sensor, automatic reset of the supply temperature from the
room temperature can be obtained. Great flexibility in adjusting the reset
curve – a number of curves are available for each individual application –
enables optimum matching to the pertinent heating system.
functional features
• Outdoor reset control
• Control of mixing valve
systems for radiator or floor
heating.
• Functions for two or three
stage on/off control of gas
boilers.
• Night setback and morning
boost
• Pump control
• Day and week scheduling
The TAC 200 has high and low limits for the supply temperature. Reading
and adjusting values is easy thanks to a display window and push buttons on
the front of the controller.
Specifications
Power supply voltage������������������� 220-230 V AC ±10%, 50-60Hz
Power consumption��������������������� 2 VA
Dimensions���������������������������������� 144 x 96 x 96mm (5.7” x 3.8” x 3.8”)
Real Time Clock
Accuracy ������������������������������������� max. dev. 12 min./year at +25 °C (77 º F)
Backup memory��������������������������� 12 hours
• Daylight saving function
• Easy program selection with
dip switches
Ambient Temperature
Operation ����������������������������������� 0 °C to +50 °C (32 ºF to 122 º F)
Storage����������������������������������������� –20 °C to +50 °C (-4 ºF to 77 ºF)
Ambient humidity ����������������������� max. 90% RH, non-condensing
Protection ����������������������������������� IP 40
Application selection ������������������� DIP switch with 8 switches
Digital Inputs
Quantity ������������������������������������� 3
Analog Inputs
Quantity ������������������������������������� 3
Thermistor type��������������������������� 1800 ohm/25 °C (77 º F)
Relay Outputs
Quantity ������������������������������������� 4
Function��������������������������������������� making (NO)
Voltage rating ����������������������������� max. 250 V AC
Load rating����������������������������������� 2 A, min. 50 mA at 24 V
Description
200-1000-000
200-1001-000
200-1002-000
200-1003-000
TAC 200
TAC 200 wo back
Wall mounting unit TAC 200
TAC 200 V
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Heating Controllers
TAC 200 OPT
Heating Compensator and
Optimizer
TAC 200 OTP is a heating compensator complete with optimizer control
of the boiler. It can be used for conventional supply temperature control of
mixing valve systems for radiator or floor heating. It can also be used for two
stage on/off control of gas boilers.
functional features
• Automatic calculation of
the reset curve from a room
sensor
With a room sensor, automatic reset of the supply temperature from the
room temperature can be obtained. Great flexibility in adjusting the reset
curve – a number of curves are available for each individual application –
enables optimum matching to the pertinent heating system. TAC 200 OTP
has high and low limits for the supply water temperature.
• Control of mixing valve
systems for radiator or floor
heating
The controller has a built-in safety function with three stages of frost protection. Reading and adjusting values is easy thanks to a display window and
push buttons on the front of the controller.
• Functions for two or three
stage on/off control of gas
boilers
Specifications
• Outdoor-reset control
• Night setback and morning
boost
Power supply voltage�������������������� 220–230 V AC±10%, 50–60 Hz
• Pump control
Dimensions����������������������������������� 14 x 96 x 96mm (5.7” x 3.8” x 3.8”)
Power consumption���������������������� 2 VA
• Day and week scheduling
• Daylight saving function
Real Time Clock
• Easy program selection with
dip switches
Accuracy �������������������������������������� max. dev. 12 min./year at +25°C (77ºF )
Backup memory���������������������������� 12 hours
Ambient Temperature
Operation ������������������������������������ 0 to +50 °C (32 to +77ºF)
Storage������������������������������������������ –20 to +50 °C (-4 to +122ºF)
Ambient humidity ������������������������ max. 90% RH, non-condensing
Protection ������������������������������������ IP 40
Application selection �������������������� DIP-switch with 8 switches
Digital inputs�������������������������������� 2
Analog inputs�������������������������������� 3
Thermistor type���������������������������� 1800 ohm/25 °C (77ºF)
Relay Outputs
Number of outputs������������������������ 4
Function���������������������������������������� making (NO)
Voltage rating ������������������������������ max. 250 V AC
Load rating������������������������������������ 2 A, min. 50 mA at 24 V
Description
200-1005-000 TAC 200 OPT
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Heating Controllers
TAC 239W
Domestic Hot Water
Temperature Controller
The TAC 239W controller is part of the C80 system and is designed for the
control of domestic hot water systems. The output is a 2–10 V or a 0–10 V
signal, which can position one or up to 10 actuators of the EM type in parallel. The setpoint can be increased or decreased via the SPC input.
functional features
For best results, the TAC 239W should be used in combination with a fast
temperature sensor.
• Controller for domestic hot
water
• Output 2-10V or 0-10V
• SPC input for remote setpoint
adjustment
Specifications
Supply voltage����������������������������������������� 16 V DC ±0.4 V, 24 V AC ±20%,
50–60 Hz
Power consumption��������������������������������� max. 25 mA
Dimensions���������������������������������������������� 127 x 54 x 74mm
Temperature sensor��������������������������������� 1800 ohm/25 °C (77 º F)
Control Output Y
Output voltage ��������������������������������������� 2–10 V or 0–10 V, direct acting
Load��������������������������������������������������������� max 2 mA; max. 10 control
inputs, short circuit proof
Control Input Z1
Permitted voltage������������������������������������� max. 16 V DC
Input current ������������������������������������������� max. 0.1 mA
Ambient Temperature
Operation ����������������������������������������������� 0 to +50°C (32 to +122 º F)
Storage����������������������������������������������������� –40 to +50°C (-40 to +122 º F )
Ambient humidity ����������������������������������� max. 90% RH
Enclosure Rating
Cover������������������������������������������������������� IP 54 (similar to NEMA 13)
Terminals������������������������������������������������� IP 31 (similar to NEMA 1)
Description
239-1010-800 TAC 239W with cassette and terminal block
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