Operators Manual for MARVEL

Operators Manual
for M.A.R.V.E.L.
Manual provides
Installation, Operation, and Maintenance Instructions
PT
Model: M.A.R.V.E.L.
(Model-based Automated Regulation of Ventilation Exhaust Levels)
Form#: OM070_M.A.R.V.E.L.
Date: 09-2017 - Rev2
Table of Contents
M.A.R.V.E.L. System Overview ......................................................................................................... 3
M.A.R.V.E.L. System Components ................................................................................................... 5
M.A.R.V.E.L. Sequence of Operations .............................................................................................. 9
M.A.R.V.E.L. Touch Screen Operations ........................................................................................... 11
M.A.R.V.E.L. System Operation ..................................................................................................... 17
M.A.R.V.E.L. System Installation ................................................................................................... 18
M.A.R.V.E.L. System Maintenance ................................................................................................ 22
M.A.R.V.E.L. System Monitoring and Support ............................................................................. 28
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) .............................................................................................. 30
M.A.R.V.E.L Parts List ..................................................................................................................... 30
Contact List ..................................................................................................................................... 31
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Halton Limited Warranty ................................................................................................................ 32
M.A.R.V.E.L. System Overview
General Description
Halton’s M.A.R.V.E.L. (Model based Automated Regulation of Ventilation Exhaust Levels) system offers
a demand control ventilation (DCV) solution. M.A.R.V.E.L. builds upon the existing Halton product
line, such as the Capture JetTM technology, to deliver a product that reduces energy costs by scheduling
and adjusting exhaust airflow based on hours of operation and appliance use.
Halton’s M.A.R.V.E.L. delivers:
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Hood exhaust airflow adjustment depending on cooking activities
Control of common exhaust fan for minimum energy consumption at all times
Automatic or on schedule start/ stops
Automatic balancing dampers
Direct appliance communication (where available)
Early fire warning signals
Internet monitoring and programming
M.A.R.V.E.L. Unique Design
Starting with the Halton extensive product line of commercial foodservice ventilation solutions,
M.A.R.V.E.L. adds the following four unique components:
IRIS™ infrared temperature sensors: Used to measure the rate of change of the cooking surface
temperature, the sensor acquires a “heat signature” of the equipment positioned below each sensor.
The thermopile-based device is placed in the ball socket fixture in the Capture JetTM plenum. An air jet
exits the plenum around the sensor to protect the optic sensor from dirt and cooking debris. The sensor
can be easily moved and re-aligned as needed using the provided Laser Alignment Tool.
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IRISTM Sensor mounted in
Capture JetTM Plenum
MC8 Controller: The heart of the system, the controller features 22 inputs/outputs and is designed
to collect real time information and to implement various automation control algorithms. The MC8
Controller responds to the infrared sensor(s) and duct temperature sensor to measure changes in
cooking status.
Example:
Differential Pressure Transducer: Used in conjunction with the value from the temperature sensor and
IR Index to measure and control the airflow thru each hood.
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Temperature Sensor: Located in the hood collar, the temperature sensor is used in conjunction with
the pressure transducer value and IR Index to control the airflow.
M.A.R.V.E.L. System Components
Overview
A key feature of the M.A.R.V.E.L. system is flexibility. It can be applied to a single hood – or over
multiple hoods – depending on the requirements.
Exhaust Fan
AIR
FLOW
TS
CONTROLLER
FUSIBLE LINK
PT
CP
IR2
IR1
IR3
VFD
ST
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Figure 1: Single Hood M.A.R.V.E.L. Installation
Exhaust Fan
AIR
FLOW
ABD
ABD
TS
TS
CONTROLLER
FUSIBLE LINK
PT
CONTROLLER
FUSIBLE LINK
PT
CP
IR2
IR1
IR1
IR3
IR2
IR3
VFD
ST
Figure 2: Multiple Hood M.A.R.V.E.L. Installation
Components
NOTE: Refer to Figure 1+2
Description
Power + Connection Details
• Mount 1 to 4 IRIS™ sensors per hood depending
on the length of the hood.
• Calculates an index which averages the
temperature radiation over the sensor’s field-ofInfrared
view.
radiation sensor • Used to detect when one or more pieces of
(IRIS™)
cooking equipment are turned on and it is
necessary to start the hood fan in idle mode.
• Used to measure a rapid change in temperature
of cooking surfaces (for example, cooking
activities) and adjust the air flow in the hood to
the required level.
IR1, IR2, IR3,
IR4
TS
Duct
temperature
sensor
Power source: 5 volt DC power
supply located behind a cover on
the Capture JetTM plenum.
Connection: at terminal block
located behind a cover on the
Capture JetTM plenum.
• Measures the temperature of the exhaust air.
Connection: at terminal block
• Located in the hood collar.
located behind a cover on the
• Used (in conjunction with the IR Index) to detect Capture JetTM plenum.
the event of cooking equipment start-up. Duct
temperature is often a better indicator of start-up
in the case of certain types of equipment such
as a gas fryer.
• Used to activate the early fire detection alarm,
activated before the fire system is triggered.
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Equipment
PT
Description
Power + Connection Details
• Used to calculate air flow in a hood in real time.
Hood plenum
pressure
sensor
ABD
Automatic
balancing
damper
Alarm light
status on a
touch screen
Override push
button
Room
temperature
sensor
VFD
Variable
Frequency
Drive
NOTE: For multiple hood installations with a single
exhaust fan only
• Adjusts air flow with motorized balancing
dampers attached to a collar at each hood.
• Damper controlled by a 0-10 V DC position
reference signal generated by a controller.
• Upon power failure, the automatic balancing
damper fully opens.
• Activated when any alarm condition is detected.
• Common alarm conditions include: filter missing,
filter clogged, fire suppression system activated,
duct temperature dangerously high, sensor
failed, or VFD is in fault.
NOTE: To easily diagnose the alarm, use the remote
Konsole™ Diagnostic Software.
• Used to override pre programmed operation,
push button illuminated when activated.
Power source: 24 V DC power
supply located behind a cover on
the Capture JetTM plenum.
Connection: at terminal block
located behind a cover on the
Capture JetTM plenum.
Power source: 24 V AC
transformer located behind a cover
on the Capture JetTM plenum
Connection: at terminal block
located behind a cover on the
Capture JetTM plenum
Connection: at terminal block
located behind a cover on the
Capture JetTM plenum.
• Two modes:
1. Press and hold for 1 second to accelerate
the exhaust rate to 100% of the design air
flow for a pre programmed period of time
(default 5 minutes.)
2. Press and hold for 3 seconds to accelerate
the exhaust rate to 100% of the design air
flow for a pre programmed period of time
(default 1 hour.) Starts the hood if it has
been overridden by a schedule or an ‘off’
state.
• Mounted on a kitchen wall close to a thermostat. Connections: to the control panel
with 2 wires
• Controls the speed of a three-phase fan motor
by changing the frequency of the current to the
motor.
• For smaller fans, mount the VFD in a cabinet
attached to a hood.
• For larger exhaust fan units, attach the VFDs to a
fan unit or cabinet or mount remotely.
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Power source: varies as per fan’s
voltage requirement
Connection: at terminal block in
VFD control panel to main control
panel
Speed reference: 0-10 VDC
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Equipment
Equipment
CP
Control Panel
Description
Power + Connection Details
• Mounted on top of each hood with access from
the bottom.
NOTE: For multiple units with a single fan, a
separate control panel (see below) is also required.
• Provides permanent Ethernet connection
(optional).
Power source: 120 VAC, 5 amp.
fuse, grounded
• Provides temporary Ethernet connection for
service.
• Provides USB B Serial connection for on-site
service
Central control
panel
(for multiple
units with
single fan)
• Separate control panel mounted at a convenient
location to link that individual control panels on
the hoods with the VFD controller.
Power source: 120 VAC, 5 amp.
fuse, grounded
Safety
Only authorized personnel should have access to the control panel.
In case of occurrence of any problem please call an authorized agency to help you.
Warnings
To reduce risk of electric shock do not expose control panel to any water.
Disconnect the power from the mains before accessing the control panel.
To provide protection against electric shock connect to a properly grounded power supply.
Improper grounding can result in a risk of electric shock.
Consult a qualified electrician if the grounding instructions are not properly understood, or if any doubt exists
as to whether the control panel is properly grounded.
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Only authorized and qualified personnel should work on the control panel in event of a problem.
M.A.R.V.E.L. Sequence of Operations
Overview
A sequence of operations is a series of steps required to perform a given task. The DCV system uses
the following sequence of operations to control the exhaust hood operation.
Sequence of Operations
Startup & Shutdown
Operation Step
Shutdown
Idle Mode
Cooking Mode
Override Mode
• Turns exhaust system on.
• Can be started by:
• 24/7 pre-programmed schedule.
• The building management system or via an internet connection remotely.
• Using a locally mounted on/off switch.
• Reaching a pre-determined IR Index or duct temperature level.
• Pressing the override button.
• After startup, enters Idle mode.
• Turns system off.
• Can be shutdown by any of the parameters listed in the Startup step (above)
except the override button.
• System starts up in Idle mode (after startup).
• Pending until signs of cooking activity sensed from IRIS™ sensor(s).
• Minimal exhaust flow captures any appliance-generated heat. Default is 40%
of design air flow or as adjusted to meet requirements.
• After idle mode, enters Active mode.
• System moves into cooking mode when an IRIS™ sensor detects cooking
activities under the hood.
• Exhaust fan speed increased to design air flow and balancing dampers (if
present) adjusts the airflow in the hood to design level to assure sufficient
capture and containment.
• Air flow in the hood is maintained for a predetermined cooking time before
returning to the Idle mode.
NOTE: If during this time more cooking activities are detected, the cooking
timer will be restarted.
• Used to override pre programmed operation.
• Two modes:
1. Press and hold for 1 second to accelerate the exhaust rate to 100% of the
design air flow for a pre programmed period of time (default 5 minutes).
2. Press and hold for 3 seconds to accelerate the exhaust rate to 100% of
the design air flow for a pre programmed period of time (default 1 hour.)
Starts the hood if it has been overridden by a schedule or an ‘off’ state.
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Startup
Details
Operation Step
Details
Fire Mode
• If a fire signal is detected in the kitchen, the system triggers a fire alarm and
stops the make-up air fan.
• The exhaust fan will either stop or continue running depending on the local
fire code requirements.
• Exhaust and make-up air fans stop when no appliances are operating (e.g.,
turned off and cooled down).
Airflow Reporting • System continuously monitors exhaust airflow at each hood and generates
and Replacement
a signal 0 to 10 V proportional to total exhaust airflow as fraction of total
Air Control
design. 0 V - system is off; 7 V - system operates at 70% of design airflow,
etc. This signal is used to control Replacement air to maintain building
pressurization.
Alarm and Fault
• System constantly monitors various parameters.
Conditions
If any unusual or abnormal condition is detected, an alarm is activated.
• An alarm indicator can include:
• Indication on HMI (Touch Screen).
• Email or text message sent to a computer or a mobile device, pager,
visual display on a computer screen or through a SCADA interface.
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Off Mode
M.A.R.V.E.L. Touch Screen Operation
The central control panel features a user friendly touch screen interface. The following illustrations
depict the navigation and features of the touch screen.
Note: Touch screen samples shown below are for the basic M.A.R.V.E.L. system, for all other M.A.R.V.E.L.
systems including UV, Water Wash, Ecology & KGS or combination thereof, please refer to the Quick
Reference Guides.
Main Screen
Menu Option Screen
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This screen will allow you to jump ahead to any of the below screens.
Individual Hood Selection Screen
This screen will allow you to move to your choice of Individual Hood Status screen.
Individual Hood Status Screen
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This screen will display all the information pertaining to each individual hood separately.
Hood Summary Screen
The Hood Summary screen shows the overall performance of the current hood.
System Check Screen
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The System Check screen will be used by your service agent only.
Alarm History Screen
This screen will display your current alarms along with the alarm history.
Information Screen
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This Technical Information screen provides our USA and Canadian phone numbers for technical help.
Security Features Screen
This screen will be used by your service agent only.
If you are a Halton Certified Service Agent that requires a password for the screen above, please contact Halton Service
Network at 1 (800) 442-5866 (USA) or 1 (800) 565-2981.
General Maintenance Instructions
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These screens will provide general maintenance instructions for your system.
Touch Screen User Guide
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These screens will give an overview of each screen and their functions.
M.A.R.V.E.L. System Operation
NOTE: Refer to the Capture JetTM Hood IO&M Manual for complete details on operating the
hoods.
The following steps ONLY apply to the M.A.R.V.E.L. components (IRIS™ Sensor, MC8
Control Panel, Pressure Transducer and Temperature Sensor).
NORMAL
OPERATION
Monitor space temperature (Tspace), IR sensor temperature (IRT)
and exhaust air temperature, (Tex) for each hood. Calculate and
report hood exhaust airflow Q to the exhaust fan controller
NO
Tex > Tex_max
NO
Open ABD damper
IRT > Tspace + dTcook
ABD damper
fully open
Tex > Tex_min
Report Warning
“Hood #N is operating at dangerously
high temperature Tex!”
NO
IRT fluctuation
detected
NO
NO
Report appliance status
COOKING
Reset cooking timer
Maintain hood exhaust airflow Q
as function of (Tex – Tspace)
but not less than Qidle
Maintain hood exhaust airflow
Q = Qdesign
For pre-set period = CookingTime
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Report appliance status
OFF
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IDLE
M.A.R.V.E.L. System Installation
The following installation steps ONLY apply to the M.A.R.V.E.L. components
(IRIS™ Sensor, MC8 Control Panel, Pressure Transducer and Temperature Sensor).
Refer to the Capture JetTM Hood IO&M Manual for complete details on installation of the hoods.
Refer to the Halton engineering drawings for additional details.
Refer to the Halton wiring drawings for configuration details.
Refer to the fan manufacturer’s manual for detailed instructions on the fan installation.
It is the responsibility of the installing contractor to see that the system installation is completed in accordance with the project plans and specifications and that it meets all specific requirements of local code officials. The local authority having jurisdiction could over rule some of the
installation details written in this manual.
The installation shall be in accordance with NFPA-96. All electrical systems shall be installed following local and national codes.
If questions or complications should arise during the installation of the Halton hood(s) that cannot be solved using the instructions provided, please contact the Halton office at
1-800-442-5866, or (1-800-4-HALTON).
If a problem cannot be correct through verbal or written communication with Halton support,
the system can be connected to the Internet for remote access to Halton engineers through
the KONTAR-Konsole™ Commissioning and Diagnostic Software Interface.
If the site doesn’t have reasonable access to the Internet, a wireless CDMA router can be
shipped by Halton to the facility for temporary (or permanent) access.
Check all local codes prior to installation as special requirements may be necessary depending
on local building material construction.
1. Mount the central control panel (for multiple units with a single fan)
NOTE: For all units, there is a pre-mounted control panel behind a cover on the Capture JetTM
plenum
1. The central control panel is supplied with mounting tabs that extend from the back wall up and
down and provide at least four points of attachment. The appropriate mounting hardware is to
be used depending on the unit size and the type of wall to be attached to.
2. Locate the central control panel at an appropriate mounting height (e.g., access to the control
in the front door of the panel).
3. Attach the central control panel using the four mounting holes:
• For concrete block walls, solid block and brick surfaces: Use sleeve stud anchors
(recommended).
Example:3/8 “ dia.- thread:5/16-18; washer OD:7/8 “( Drill size 3/8 “)
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• For Plaster, Wallboard and Plywood: Use sleeve screw anchors( drive or drill style)
(recommended).
Example: 1/4” - 20 drill size 7/16”
NOTE: If more than one control panel is used in a M.A.R.V.E.L. system with a single exhaust fan,
connect them together to ensure that proper operation of the exhaust fan. Refer to the Halton
supplied wiring diagram for details.
2. Make central control panel connections (for multiple units with a single fan)
Make the following connections at the central control panel:
120 VAC, 5 amp power to control panel.
Space temperature sensor to control panel (2 wires).
VFD terminal block to control panel (8 wires shielded).
Connection to individual hood (2 wires shielded) (cable provided by Halton).
Connection to kitchen fire system (2 wires)
Permanent Ethernet connection (if specified).
UV or Water Wash control.
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a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
3. Connect VFD controller
Connect VFD controller as per instructions provided. This includes:
a. Main power connection for the fan motor.
b. Connection to central control panel.
4. Connect hood control panel to central control panel (for multiple units with a single fan)
Using 2 wire shielded cable provided by Halton, connect each unit to the central control panel.
This includes:
1. Attach the wire to the terminal block in the box on top of the hood.
2. Run the wire to the central control panel and connect the marked terminal block
(identified by hood number)
3. Connections can be also made between hoods with 2 wire shielded cable and
connect the hood closest to the control panel to terminals in the panel.
5. Check pressure transducer
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1. Check the condition of the pressure transducer tubing on the top of the Capture JetTM
hood. The tubing should be free from kinks.
6. Calibrate the Capture JetTM exhaust air flows
Calibrate the Capture JetTM exhaust air flows using the T.A.B.™ (Testing and Balancing Ports).
To determine the correct T.A.B. port reading for the exhaust hoods, follow these steps:
1. Ensure that the equipment is operating to create a thermal plume prior to the air
balancer.
2. Determine the correct T.A.B. port reading (IWC) based on the Capture JetTM hood
model.
Capture Jet
Hood Model
KVE/KVC
KVW
KVR
KVL
T.A.B. Port Readings
Design T.A.B. (inches WC)
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.28
“Example Only”
3. Using the T.A.B. Port, take a reading in IWC.
Close up view of
T.A.B. Port
“Example Only”
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4. Using the table below, confirm the design airflow (e.g., 1700 cfm), based on the T.A.B.
Reading (e.g., 0.19 IWC).
M.A.R.V.E.L. System Maintenance
General
NOTE: A preventive maintenance program is an important aspect of an effective safety program.
Consult your manufacturing or other qualified consultant with question concerning changes
observed during periodic inspections and routine maintenance.
Refer to the Capture JetTM Hood IO&M Manual for complete details on maintaining the hoods.
The following maintenance steps ONLY apply to the M.A.R.V.E.L. components (IRIS™ Sensor and
Temperature Sensor).
IRIS™ Sensor Cleaning
NOTE: The IRIS™ Sensor is mounted on the Capture JetTM plenum door to allow an air jet to
protect the sensor optics from contaminants. However, periodic cleaning may be required to keep
the optics clear.
Gently clean the IRIS™ socket with isopropyl alcohol on a cotton swab (Q-tip™), as required.
Take care not to move the position of the optic; see below on how to realign the IRIS™ Sensor.
IRIS™ Sensor Alignment (Quarterly or as required)
To align the IRIS™ Sensor, follow these steps:
1. Insert the Laser Alignment Tool into the socket at the bottom of the IRIS™ sensor.
Insert into IRIS optic
Press to turn on laser
2. Press the laser button, located on the side of the Laser Alignment Tool.
3. Gently move the IRIS™ sensor to position the laser beam point at the center of the
cooking surface. NOTE: The actual field of view for most applications will be 60
degrees.
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4. Remove the Laser Alignment Tool.
IRIS™ Sensor Removal/Replacement
To remove the IRIS™ Sensor, follow these steps:
1. Disconnect the IRIS™ sensor from the terminal block located in the Capture JetTM
hood. Refer to the terminal block diagram on the Halton-supplied wiring diagram for
the correct terminations points.
2. Remove the face plate of the sensor by removing the 4 face plate screws.
3. Lift out the face plate and sensor and gently pull out the sensor wires.
4. Remove the sensor bracket from the face plate by removing the 2 screws on the
faceplate.
5. Remove the sensor from the sensor bracket by removing the 3 screws.
6. Reverse the steps when replacing the IRIS™ sensor (Halton Part # 18037).
4. Remove 2 screws from
faceplate
2. Remove 4 faceplate screws
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4. Remove 3 screws from
mounting bracket
Temperature Sensor Removal/Replacement
To remove the temperature sensor located in the hood collar, follow these steps:
1. Disconnect the temperature sensor from the terminal block located in the Capture
JetTM hood. Refer to the terminal block diagram on the Halton-supplied wiring diagram
for the correct terminations points.
2. Loosen the compression fitting securing the temperature sensor in the hood collar.
2. Unscrew collar
3. Remove the temperature probe.
4. Replace the defective temperature probe with a replacement (Halton Part # 17641)
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5. Reconnect wiring.
Balancing Damper Actuator Removal/Replacement
To remove and replace the actuator on the balancing damper, follow these steps:
1. Remove exterior metal cover by removing the 6 mounting screws around the
perimeter.
2. Remove the actuator cover by removing the 1 screw on the side.
3. Disconnect the power to the actuator.
4. Record the DIP switch values, located in the red holder on the bottom of the actuator.
Record DIP Switch settings
5. Note the position of the stop screws.
U-bolt on shaft
Stop screws
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6. Remove the U-bolt that attaches the actuator to the balancing damper shaft. Refer to
the Actuator Specification and Installation instructions with the replacement part.
DIP Switch
To terminal block in control
box
7. Replace with a replacement actuator (Halton Part # 16012). Tighten the U-bolt on the
drive shaft.
Tighten U-bolt
8. Reset the DIP switches.
9. Reset the stop screws.
10.Reconnect the power.
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11.Calibrate the new actuator by pressing the Reset button. The dampers will open and
close.
Reset button
12.Replace the actuator housing and the exterior metal cover as before.
Pressure Transducer Removal/Replacement
To remove the pressure transducer, follow these steps:
1. Turn off power to transducer.
2. Remove covering on pressure transducer mounting bracket.
3. Disconnect wires.
4. Disconnect ¼” tubing fitting from LOW port on transducer
5. Remove side mount screws (2 screws).
6. Replace with Halton Part # 18028).
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7. Reconnect wires and tubing as before. Check that the tubing is not kinked.
M.A.R.V.E.L. System Monitoring and Support
Types of Monitoring
Ethernet connection
Type of Mounting
Permanent Ethernetconnection for 24/7
monitoring
Temporary Ethernet
connection, as required, for
support
Temporary cable to laptop
connection, as required, for
support
USB Cable
connection
Details
• Optional.
• Permanent internet monitoring using SCADA
graphical interface.
• By using a unique password and ID, user can
check system status and, depending on access
levels, change parameters and alarms.
• Temporary Ethernet connection for startup/
troubleshooting by Halton Technical Support
only
• USB cable connection to laptop pre loaded with
KONSOLE™ software for diagnostic support.
Connection to Third Party Devices
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• Able to communicate natively to Modbus RTU slave devices over RS232 or RS485.
• Able to communicate via BACnet MSTP, BACnet IP, Modbus RTU as a Slave or JCI N2
protocols via optional gateway.
KONTAR-Konsole™ Software
The KONTAR-Konsole™ Commissioning and Diagnostic Software Interface displays set operating
parameters and actual values. When accessed and reviewed by a trained Halton technician, support
and troubleshooting can be offered.
NOTE: Only Halton- trained technicians should access this software.
For additional details and support with KONTAR-Konsole™ software, use the on-line help from the
toolbar.
Online Help
For example:
IR# Index
Duct DP
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Duct Temp
Display Field
IR1_Index
IR2_Index, etc
Duct_Temp
Recommended Value and Action
• Appliance OFF - 59 - 80 ºF
• Appliance ON: > 80 ºF
• Power supply off: -220 ºF
NOTE: if more than 1 IRIS™ sensor, check each IR_Index
value. If all values are -220 check that power supply.
• Cooking: 50 to 150 ºF
• Not cooking: ambient room temperature
FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions)
Problem
Laser on Alignment Tool
does not work
Probable Cause
Battery low
Exhaust damper blades do
not open or close
Loose set screws
In-operable motor
VFD tripped
Surface and duct temperature
sensors not activated
No suction at hood
Solution
Replace battery. Unscrew end of tool,
remove the battery and replace with
same type.
Tighten
Replace
Check for error code, reset
Push override button
M.A.R.V.E.L. Parts List
The following is the recommended parts list for proper care and maintenance of the M.A.R.V.E.L.
equipment. Parts indicated with a * should be kept readily on hand, the amount depending on the
number of hoods in the system.
NOTE: Contact Halton for information on other replacement parts as required
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Halton Part Number
18081
18024
18037
16012
18035
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Part
Pressure transducer* (for each hood)
Temperature sensor*
IRIS™ sensor*
Actuator* (for balancing damper)
(optional)
MC8 Controller (optional)
Contact Information
United States
Halton Company
101 Industrial Drive
Scottsville, Kentucky
42164
Tel: 270-237-5600
Toll Free: 800-442-5866
Fax: 270-237-5700
www.haltoncompany.com
Canada
Halton Indoor Climate Systems
1021 Brevik Place
Mississauga, Ontario
L4W 3R7
Tel: 905-624-0301
Toll Free: 800-565-2981
Fax: 905-624-5547
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www.haltoncanada.com
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