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UNIcon MODBUS Master
CXE/AV(E), CXG-24AV(E)
Universal control module
Operating Instructions
Keep for reference!
Software version: D3614A from Version 10.02
L-BAL-E207-GB 1723 Index 003
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Content
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General notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.1 Structure of the operating instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2 Target group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.3 Exclusion of liability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.4 Copyright . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1 Explanations of symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2 Product safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3 Requirements placed on the personnel / due diligence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.4 Start-up and during operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.5 Work on the device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.6 Modifications / interventions in the device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.7 Operator’s obligation of diligence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.8 Employment of external personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Product overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.1 Operational area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2 Transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3 Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.4 Disposal / recycling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.1 General notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2 Outdoor installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3 Installation location for agriculture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4 Temperature influences during commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Electrical installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.1 Safety precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2 EMC-compatible installation of control lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3 Mains connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.4 Signal input or sensor connection (E1, E2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5 Control outputs 0 - 10 V (A1, A2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6 Voltage supply for external devices (+ 24 V, GND) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7 Digital inputs (D1, D2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8 Relay outputs (K1, K2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9 RS-485 interfaces for MODBUS RTU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.9.1
Addressing member MODBUS Master Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.10 USB-interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11 Potential at control voltage connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Select operation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.1 Mode and signal input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2 Operation with a second control circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3 External Setpoint / External speed setting in manual operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Start-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.1 Prerequisites for commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Controls and Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.1 Multipurpose LC display and keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.2 Menu operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.3 Example for programming mode 2.01 in “Base setup ” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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8.4
8.5
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Menu structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview menu groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.1 Speed controller 1.01 , 1.02 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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9.1.1
9.1.2
9.2
Temperature control 2.01 ... 2.05
9.2.1
9.2.2
9.2.3
9.2.4
9.2.5
9.2.6
9.3
9.6
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Basic setting 5.01 and 5.02 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting for operation modes 5.01 ... 5.02 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Air velocity control 6.01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.6.1
9.6.2
9.7
9.8
9.9
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Base setup 4.01 ... 4.03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting for operation modes 4.01 ... 4.03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Volume control 5.01 and 5.02
9.5.1
9.5.2
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Base setup 3.01 ... 3.04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting for operation modes 3.01 ... 3.04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Functional diagrams pressure control condensers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pressure control airconditioning 4.01 ... 4.03
9.4.1
9.4.2
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Basic setting 2.01 ... 2.05 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Settings for operation modes 2.01 ... 2.05 . . . . . . . . . . . .
Functional diagrams temperature control . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Additionally for 2.03 (controller output 2 with function |6A | ) .
For mode 2.03 : Relay output for Heating or Cooling . . . . .
For mode 2.03 Relay output for temperature monitoring . . .
Pressure control for condensers refrigeration 3.01 ... 3.04
9.3.1
9.3.2
9.3.3
9.4
Speed controller with setting by external signal 1.01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Speed controller with direct setting by keyboard 1.02 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Base setup 6.01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Settings for operation modes 6.01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Menu group Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Menu group Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Controller Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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9.9.1
9.9.2
9.9.3
9.9.4
9.9.5
9.9.6
9.9.7
9.9.8
9.9.9
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9.9.11
9.9.12
9.9.13
PIN protection activate, PIN0010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set protection activate, PIN 1234 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Save user settings restore with PIN 9090 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sensor Alarm ON / OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Minimum speed cut off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reverse action of the control function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Controller configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Group control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.9.9.1
Variant “0”: One controlled group and up to three switched groups
9.9.9.2
Version “1”: Two controlled groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display text for external message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Offset control signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selection amplifier (comparator) control circuit 1 or 2 at output A1 . . . . . . . . .
Data on the total control deviation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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9.10 IO Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.10.1
9.10.2
Analog outputs “A1”/ “A2” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Digital inputs “D1” / “D2” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.10.2.1 Menu overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.10.2.2 Enable ON/OFF function |1D | . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.10.2.3 External message, Function |2D | . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.10.2.4 Limit ON / OFF, Function |3D | . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.10.2.5 Switch over input “E1” / “E2”, function |4D |
(operation with one control cicuit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.10.2.6 Output control circuit 2 additional to “A2” on “A1”, function |4D |
9.10.2.7 Set 1/2 or Setpoint 1/2, Function |5D | . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.10.2.8 Intern / Extern Function |6D | . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.10.2.9 Automatic control / speed manual Function |7D | (mode 2.01 )
9.10.2.10 Reverse action of control function ( 2.01 ), Function |8D | . . . .
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9.10.3
9.10.4
9.10.5
9.10.2.11 Switch over Setpoint 1/2 for control circuit 2 |9D | . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.10.2.12 Setting Max. Speed ON / OFF function |11D | . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.10.2.13 Switch over Setpoint 1/2 and Pband 1/ 2 for control circuit 1 |15D |
9.10.2.14 Switch over Setpoint 1/2 and Pband 1/2 for control circuit 2 |16D |
9.10.2.15 Timer function overwrite |21D | . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration of analog inputs “E1”and “E2” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.10.3.1 Signal adaption E1 and E2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.10.3.2 Inverting analog inputs “E1” / “E2” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.10.3.3 “E1” / “E2” Bus mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function and inverting for relay outputs “K1” and “K2” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COM2 Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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9.11 Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.11.1
9.11.2
9.11.3
Limit indication depending on modulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Limit indication depending on setting or sensor signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Limit indication depending on (offset) to Setpoint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.12 Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.12.1
9.12.2
9.12.3
9.12.4
9.12.5
9.12.6
9.12.7
Timerfunction . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting of time and date . . . . . .
Automatic summer time . . . . . . .
Enter switching times . . . . . . . .
Inverting timer function . . . . . . .
Overwrite timer function . . . . . . .
Adjustment of the real time clock
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9.14 MODBUS Master . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.14.1
9.14.2
Automatic addressing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual addressing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Menu tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.1 Menues of operating modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.2 Possible allocation of the IOs, PINs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Diagnostics menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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12.1 Display and query of events and malfunctions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.2 Messages and trouble shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.1 Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.2 Connection diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.3 Dimensions [mm] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.4 Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.5 Manufacturer reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.6 Service information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.1
General notes
General notes
Structure of the operating instructions
Before installation and start-up, read this manual carefully to ensure correct use!
We emphasize that these operating instructions apply to specific units only, and are in no way valid for
the complete system!
Use these operating instructions to work safely with and on the device. They contain safety instructions that must be complied with as well as information that is required for failure-free operation of the
device.
Keep these operating instructions together with the device. It must be ensured that all persons that
are to work on the device can refer to the operating instructions at any time.
Keep the operating instructions for continued use. They must be passed-on to all successive owners,
users and final customers.
1.2
Target group
The operating instructions address persons entrusted with planning, installation, commissioning and
maintenance and servicing and who have the corresponding qualifications and skills for their job.
1.3
Exclusion of liability
Concurrence between the contents of these operating instructions and the described hardware and
software in the device has been examined. It is still possible that non-compliances exist; no guarantee
is assumed for complete conformity. To allow for future developments, construction methods and
technical data given are subject to alteration. We do not accept any liability for possible errors or
omissions in the information contained in data, illustrations or drawings provided.
ZIEHL-ABEGG SE is not liable for damage due to misuse, incorrect use, improper use or as a
consequence of unauthorized repairs or modifications.
1.4
Copyright
These operating instructions contain copyright protected information. The operating instructions may
be neither completely nor partially photocopied, reproduced, translated or put on data medium without
previous explicit consent from ZIEHL-ABEGG SE. Infringements are liable for damages. All rights
reserved, including those that arise through patent issue or registration on a utility model.
2
Safety instructions
This chapter contains instructions to prevent personal injury and property damage. These instructions
do not lay claim to completeness. In case of questions and problems, please consult our company
technicians.
2.1
Intended use
The equipment is to be used solely for the purposes specified and confirmed in the order.
Any other use above and beyond this is considered not for the intended purpose unless agreed
otherwise by contract. The manufacturer will not be liable for any damage resulting from this. The
individual or company using it bears the sole risk.
Reading these operating instructions and complying with all contained instructions - especially the
safety notifications contained therein - are considered part of intended use. To consider is also the
manual of attached components. Not the manufacturer, rather the operator of the device is liable for
any personal harm or material damage arising from non-intended use!
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Safety instructions
Explanations of symbols
Safety instructions are highlighted with warning triangles and are depicted according to the degree of
hazard as follows.
Attention!
General hazardous area. Death or severe injury or significant property damage can occur if the
corresponding precautions are not taken!
Danger due to electric current
Danger by dangerous, electric voltage! Death or severe injury can occur if the corresponding
precautions are not taken!
Information
Important additional information and advice for user.
2.3
Product safety
The device conforms to the state of the art at the time of delivery and is fundamentally considered to
be reliable. The device and its accessories must only be used in a flawless condition and installed and
operated in compliance with the assembly instructions and/or operating instructions. Operating outside the device's technical specifications ( name plate and attachment / technical data) can lead to
a defect in the device and additional damage!
Information
In the case of a malfunction or a failure of the equipment check all functions with alarms in order to
prevent injury to persons or property. Note possibility of back-up operation. If used in intensive animal
environments, any malfunctions in the air supply must be detected as soon as possible to prevent the
development of a life-threatening situation for the animals. The design and installation of the system
must comply with local regulations and directives. In Germany these include DIN VDE 0100, the
animal protection and the keeping of working animals ordinance and the pig-keeping ordinance etc.
Also note the instructions of AEL, DLG, VdS.
2.4
Requirements placed on the personnel / due diligence
Persons entrusted with the planning, installation, commissioning and maintenance and servicing in
connection with the frequency inverter must have the corresponding qualifications and skills for these
jobs.
In addition, they must be knowledgeable about the safety regulations, EU/EC directives, rules for the
prevention of accidents and the corresponding national as well as regional and in-house regulations.
Personnel to be trained or instructed and apprentices are only permitted to work on the device under
the supervision of an experienced person. This also applies to personnel undergoing general training.
Comply with the legal minimum age.
2.5
Start-up and during operation
Attention!
• During commissioning, unexpected and hazardous conditions can arise in the entire installation due
to defective adjustments, defective components or incorrect electrical connections. Remove all
persons and objects from the hazardous area.
• During operation, the device must be closed or installed in a control cabinet. Fuses may only be
replaced by new ones and must not be repaired or bypassed. The data for the maximum line fuse
are to be considered absolutely (see Technical data). Use only fuses specified in schematic
diagrams.
• Any faults detected in the electric system/modules/operating equipment must be corrected
immediately. If these faults are not corrected, the device/system is potentially very dangerous. The
device/system must therefore not be operated when it is faulty.
• Pay attention to smooth, low vibration running of the motor/fan, the appropriate instructions in the
drive documentation must be observed!
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Product overview
Work on the device
Information
Mounting, electrical connection, and start-up operation may only be carried out by an electrical
specialist in accordance with electrotechnical regulations (e.g. EN 50110 or EN 60204)!
Danger due to electric current
It is generally forbidden to carry out work on electrical live parts. Protection class of the device when
open is IP00! It is possible to touch hazardous voltages directly.
The safe isolation from the supply must be checked using a two-pole voltage detector.
2.7
Modifications / interventions in the device
Attention!
For reasons of safety, no unauthorized interventions or modifications may be made on the device. All
planned modifications must be authorized by the manufacturer in writing.
Use only genuine spare parts / genuine wearing parts / genuine accessories from ZIEHL-ABEGG.These parts were specifically designed for the device. There is no guarantee that parts from non-original
sources are designed and manufactured in correspondence with load and safety requirements.
Parts and optional equipment not supplied by ZIEHL-ABEGG are not approved by ZIEHL-ABEGG for
use.
2.8
Operator’s obligation of diligence
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2.9
The contractor or owner must also ensure that the electric systems and equipment are operated
and maintained in accordance with electro-technical regulations.
The owner is obliged to ensure that the device is operated in perfect working order only.
The device may only be used as intended (see “Application”).
You must periodically examine the safety equipment for their properly functioning condition.
The assembly instructions and/or operating instructions are always readily available at the location
where the device is being used, are complete and are in legible condition.
These persons are regularly instructed in all applicable questions regarding occupational safety
and environmental protection and are knowledgeable regarding the assembly instructions and/or
operating instructions and, especially, are familiar with the safety instructions contained therein.
All safety and warning notices attached to the device are never removed and remain legible.
Employment of external personnel
Maintenance and service work are frequently carried out by external employees who often do not
recognize the specific situations and the thus resulting dangers.These persons must be comprehensively informed about the hazards in their area of activity.
You must monitor their working methods in order to intervene in good time if necessary.
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3.1
Product overview
Operational area
The purpose of the device is to reach and maintain the target values set. To accomplish this, the
measured actual value (sensor value) is compared with the adjusted target value, and the controlled
value is deduced from this.
The device has two separate control circuits and two sensor inputs (0 - 10 V, 4 - 20 mA, KTY 81-210,
PT 1000).
Speed controllers for fans or fans with an integrated controller can be activated via the 0 - 10 V signal
or the parallel option of the MODBUS Master interface.
3.2
Maintenance
The device must be checked for soiling and, if necessary, cleaned in periodic intervals.
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Transport
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3.4
The device is packed ex factory to suit the transport method previously agreed.
Always use the original packaging materials when transporting the device.
Avoid shocks and impacts to the device during the transport.
During manual handling the human lifting and carrying restrictions must be observed and adhered
to.
Storage
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3.5
Mounting
The device must be stored in its original packaging in a dry and weather-proof room.
Avoid exposure to extreme heat and cold.
Avoid over-long storage periods (we recommend a maximum of one year).
Disposal / recycling
Disposal must be carried out professionally and in an environmentally friendly way in accordance with
the respective national legal stipulations.
" Separate the materials by type and in an environmentally friendly way.
" If necessary, commission a specialist company with the waste disposal.
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4.1
Mounting
General notes
Attention!
The following points must be complied with during the mechanical installation to avoid causing a defect
in the device due to assembly errors or environmental influences:
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Before installation remove the device from the packing and check for any possible shipping
damage! Start-up is not allowed in the case of transport damage!
Do not mount equipment on vibrating base!
When mounted onto lightweight walls, there must be no impermissibly high vibrations or shock
loads. Any banging shut of doors that are integrated into these lightweight walls, can result in
extremely high shock loads. Therefore, we advise you to decouple the devices from the wall.
Do not allow drilling chips, screws and other foreign bodies to reach the device interior!
The device should be installed in a location where it will not be disturbed, but at the same time can
be easily accessed!
Care must be taken to avoid direct radiation from the sun!
Type CXE/AV & CXG-24AV (version for wall mounting)
– Assemble the device on a clean and stable base. Do not distort during assembly! Use the
appropriate mounting devices for proper installation of the unit!
– The device is designed for vertical installation (cable inlet down). A horizontal or reclined
installation is only permissible after technical release of the manufacturer!
– Cut off necessary cable inlets respectively to the cable diameter. Or alternative use cable inlet for
cable glands. Any cable ducts openings not used must be sealed!
Type CXE/AVE & CXG-24AVE (version for panel mounting)
– The installation cutout of the controller amounts to 159 x 99 mm.
– Stretch enclosed seal (O-ring) on front frame.
– Bring the device into the installation cutout and hang up you the enclosed clamps laterally.
– Subsequently screw the threaded rods with a screwdriver against the housing.
Dimension sheets
4.2
Enclosure
Outdoor installation
Outdoor installation is possible up to -20 °C when the controller supply is not switched off. Installation
must be protected from the effects of weather as much as possible, including protection from direct
sunlight!
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Electrical installation
Installation location for agriculture
When using for animal keeping, do not install the device directly in the stable but in a separate room
with a lower pollutant load. This helps to avoid damages caused by pollutant gases (e.g. ammonia
fumes, hydrogen sulphide fumes).
4.4
Temperature influences during commissioning
Avoid condensation in the controller and functional faults attributable to condensation by storing the
controller at room temperature!
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5.1
Electrical installation
Safety precautions
Danger due to electric current
• Work on electric components may only be carried out by trained electricians or by persons
instructed in electricity under the supervision of an electrician in accordance with electrical
engineering regulations.
• The 5 electrical safety rules must be observed!
• It is forbidden to carry out work on electrically live parts.
• Cover neighbouring electrical equipment during installation work.
• Other measures may be necessary to achieve safe electrical isolation.
• A second person must always be present when working on energized parts or lines who
disconnects in case of emergency.
• Inspect electrical equipment periodically: retighten loose connections – immediately replace
damaged lines and cables.
• Always keep switch cabinets and all electrical supply facilities locked. Access is only allowed for
authorized persons using a key or special tool.
• Operating the device with the housing cover removed is prohibited because energized, exposed
parts are present inside the device. Disregarding this regulation can lead to severe personal injury.
• The required protective earth connection is established using screws between the housing parts in
metal terminal space covers and housing casings. Commissioning is only permissible after these
screws have been properly attached!
• The device owner is responsible for the EMC of the entire plant according to the locally applicable
standards.
• Metal screwed-connections are not permitted in plastic housing parts because there is no potential
equalization.
• Never clean electrical equipment with water or similar liquids.
Information
The respective connections are represented in the enclosure of this manual (
5.2
Connection diagram)!
EMC-compatible installation of control lines
Pay attention to sufficient distance from powerlines and motor wires to prevent interferences. The
control cable may not be longer than 30 m. Screened control cables must be used when the cable
length is longer than 20 m. When using a shielded cable connect the shielding to one side only, i.e.
only to the control unit with the protective ground (keep cable short and with as little inductance as
possible!).
5.3
Mains connection
Here, it must be strictly observed that the mains voltage lies within the allowable tolerance specifications ( Technical data and nameplate affixed to the side).
Danger due to electric current
The mains voltage must comply with the DIN EN 50160 quality characteristics and the defined
standard voltages in IEC 60038!
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Type CXE/AV(E) for 1 ~ 230 V and 2 ~ 400 V
Power from the mains is connected to terminals L1, N and PE.
Potential separation between the control voltage connections and line connection by internal transformator.
Type CXG-24AV(E) for 24 V DC
Connection for voltage supply to terminals (+) and (-).
Danger due to electric current
• Only PELV current sources which ensure safe electrical isolation of the operating voltage in
accordance with IEC/DIN EN 60204-1 must be used.
• No potential separation between voltage supply and control voltage connections!
5.4
Signal input or sensor connection (E1, E2)
The unit has two analog inputs: Analog In 1 = “E1” and Analog In 2 = “E2”
The connection is independent of the programmed operating mode and from the sensor signal
employed.
• When connecting passive temperature sensorsTF.. (KTY81-210) or PT1000 at terminals “E1” and
“T” or “E2” und “T” must be paid attention to no polarity.
For a high interference immunity a capacitor must be connected directly to the sensor (1 nF
parallel). With temperature sensors type TF.. (KTY81-210) a capacitor is integrated.
When
connecting aktive sensors at the terminals “E1” and “GND” or “E2” and “GND” attention must
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be paid to correct polarity, a 24 V DC power supply is integrated.
• For sensors in two-wire-technology (4 - 20 mA signal), the connection is made on the “E1” and
“24 V” or “E2” and “24 V”, “GND” terminal is omitted.
Danger due to electric current
Never apply line voltage to analog inputs!
5.5
Control outputs 0 - 10 V (A1, A2)
The analogue outputs can be used to activate a speed controller with 0 - 10 V input for example. Fans
with integrated controller and 0 - 10 V input can be activated directly.
• Analog output 1 (terminals A1 - GND)
– Controlled 0 - 10 V output for control circuit 1 (factory setting function |2A | ).
Analog
output 2 (terminals A2 - GND)
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– For operation with one control circuit: constant voltage +10 V e.g. for supply of an external
potentiometer (function factory setting |1 A | ).
– For operation with a second control circuit: controlled 0 - 10 V output for control circuit 2 (function
initial setting |8 A | ).
Other functions can be assigned if necessary (
Operating Instructions / IO Setup).
Danger due to electric current
It is not permissible to connect outputs of several devices to each other!
5.6
Voltage supply for external devices (+ 24 V, GND)
technical data).
A voltage supply is integrated for external devices e. g. a sensor (max. current load
The tolerance of the output voltage is for 230 V and 400 V version -30 % - +20 %.
For the 24 V DC version directly depending on the supply voltage.
Incase of overload or short circuit (24 V - GND), the external power supply is shut down (multi-fuse).
The device performs a RESET and continues operation.
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It is not permissible to connect voltage outputs of several devices to each other!
It is not permissible to connect voltage outputs in the device to each other!
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Electrical installation
Digital inputs (D1, D2)
Different functions can be assigned to the digital inputs “D1”and “D2” (see IO Setup: Functional
overview of digital inputs). Activation via floating contacts, a low voltage of approx. 24 V DC is
connected.
Danger due to electric current
Never apply line voltage to the digital input!
Note the input resistance (see technical data).
5.8
Relay outputs (K1, K2)
Various functions can be allocated to the relay outputs “K1” and “K2” ( IO Setup: function and
inverting relais outputs). Max. contact rating technical data and connection diagram.
Relays K1
• Connection of the floating contacts of relay “K1” to the terminals 11, 14, 12.
• “K1 Function” factory setting: |1K | = Operating indication. I.e. energized for operation without
fault, for enable “OFF” de-energized.
Relays K2
• Connection of the floating contacts of relay “K2” to the terminals 21, 24, 22.
• “K2 Function” factory setting: |2K | = Fault indication. I.e. energized for operation without fault and
for enable “OFF”.
5.9
RS-485 interfaces for MODBUS RTU
The device has two RS-485 interfaces for networking via MODBUS RTU:
1. Interface “1A (1D+)”, “1B (1D-)” for MODBUS Master applications
– Pre-programmed function is output from control circuit 1: |1. Control signal (2A) |
e.g. for activating speed controllers for fans or fans with integrated controller and MODBUS
interface ( member MODBUS Master).
The programmable functions correspond to the functions for the analogue outputs described in
the IO Setup.
– Automatic addressing of members via a patented procedure.
It is no longer necessary to address each individual member manually in the network. The “ID”
the following chapter). .
connection is also assigned (for more information
– Integrated failsafe wiring and 150 Ω termination.
2. Interface “2A (2D+)”, “2B (2D-)” for MODBUS Slave applications
– Connection of the device to a superordinate building control system.
– Setting of address and communication parameters
Programming: Menu group MODBUS
Slave.
ID
GND
1A (D+)
1B (1D-)
MODBUS Slave
ID1
ID2
GND
A (D+)
B (D-)
CXE / CXG
MODBUS Master
MODBUS Slave
GND
A (D+)
B (D-)
GND
2A (2D+)
2B (2D-)
CXE / CXG
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When using telephone flex with four cable cores, we recommend the following allocation:
• A (D+) = red
• B (D-) = black
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ID - ID1/2 = yellow (for automatic addressing for MODBUS Master)
GND = white
Information
• You must ensure correct connection; i.e. “A (D+)” must also be connected on the following devices
to “A (D+)”. The same applies to “A (D+)”.
Inaddition,a
"GND" connection must be established, as dissimilar potential (over 10 V!) will lead to
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the destruction of the RS-485 interface (e.g. lightning).
• Except for the data link “A (D+)”, “B (D-)”, the “ID1 - ID2” (automatic addressing for MODBUS Master)
and the “GND” connection, no further cable cores of the data line may be used.
• Pay attention to sufficient distance from powerlines and motor wires (min. 20 cm).
The data line must be connected from one device to the next. No other type of wiring is allowed!
Always use only two wires of one lead (twisted pair) for the connection.
MODBUS connection
Recommended wire types
1. CAT5 / CAT7 cables
2. J-Y (St) 2x2x0.6 (telephone wire)
3. AWG22 (2x2 twisted pair)
Max. allowed wire length 1000 m (CAT5/7 500 m)
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Shielding
The use of shielded cables is normally not demanded but offers high protection against electromagnetic interferences, especially high frequencies. However, the effectiveness of the shield depends
on careful installation of the line.
If shielded cables are used, the shield should be placed at “PE” on at least one side (preferably on the
master connection). The occurrence of compensating currents may have to be considered if the shield
is contacted on both sides.
Shield connection correct
Shield connection incorrect
Information
If any matters are unclear, please contact our V-STE support department for control systems ventilation technology. The information sheet "Network structure of MODBUS" R-TIL08_01 contains
detailed information about "MODBUS".
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Electrical installation
Addressing member MODBUS Master Interface
Up to 32 members can be connected at the MODBUS Master interface.
No other components are required for the patented automatic addressing (activation
menu group
MODBUS Master: AutoAddressing). Only the connections “ID1” and “ID2” of the Slave members are
connected additionally next to the bus connection and at the “ID” connection of the MODBUS Master
for this.
The “ID” connection of the MODBUS Master must be connected to the “ID1” or “ID2” connection of the
first Slave member. This is recognised as a result and occupied by address 1.
For the following users the connection “ID1” or “ID2” of a Slave user respectively is connected with
connection “ID1” or “ID2” of the next Slave user.
The automatic addressing of other users is initiated by the previous user via this connection.
The individual members can be addressed in advance without this device by an external terminal or a
PC.
Alternatively, the addressing can be done manually by a separate hand held terminal or PC software,
the appropriate number of members must then be entered on the MODBUS Master ( menu group
MODBUS Master: BUS Slavecount).
Information
• If a repeater is necessary and automatic addressing should be carried out, only the repeater of the
Z-G-1NE type can be used, only it can relay the addressing signal.
Depending“on”the“version,”the
connections for MODBUS A (D+), B (D-) are available single or
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double at the Slave members. These are connected with each other internally electrically.
• The connections for the automatic addressing “ID1” and “ID2” are not directly connected with each
other internally. These may not be bridged; any order of connection is possible.
• When using the connection box the cable shield of the CAT5 cable is internally connected to “PE” by
an RC element.
• The communication parameters are fixed Programming: Menu group MODBUS Master.
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Networking with telephone wire
D1
24V
A1
GND
D2
GND
A2
GND
1
2
GND
B
(D-)
ID1
GND
A
(D+)
B
(D-)
MODBUS
(RS-485)
ID2
GND
A
(D+)
B
(D-)
Addressing
MODBUS
(RS-485)
Addressing
MODBUS
(RS-485)
A
(D+)
MODBUS Slave
Addressing
MODBUS Slave
ID1
MODBUS
(RS-485)
GND
A
(D+)
B
(D-)
3...32
Addressing
1B (1D-)
GND
2B (2D-) 2A (2D+)
1A (1D+)
ID
MODBUS Master
ID2
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Connection of the Slave members via the terminals: A (D+), B (D-), GND and ID1 / ID2
Networking with RJ45 patch cable by usage connection box for ECblue (part. no. 380085).
24V
A1
GND
A2
GND
1
2
3
MODBUS Slave
MODBUS Slave
MODBUS Slave
A (D+)
B (D-)
BUS1
GND
ID1
GND
D1
D2
1B (1D-)
2B (2D-) 2A (2D+)
1A (1D+)
ID
GND
MODBUS Master
BUS2
BUS1
BUS2
BUS1
BUS2
RJ45
RJ45
RJ45
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
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Connection to the MODBUS Master at the terminals: 1A (1D+), 1B (1D-), ID and GND
Connection of the Slave members via the two RJ45 connections “BUS1” and “BUS2”
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5.10
Electrical installation
USB-interface
Over the USB interface if necessary a software update can be made. For this a consultation with our
V-STE support department for control systems-ventilation technology is necessary.
For communication with a PC (Virtual COMM Port) we make the necessary programs available on
request.
Danger due to electric current
Plug the jumper J1 to both PINs only for a software update via USB interface. The device will not
switch on if this jumper is plugged to both PINs!
Do not replug the jumper under voltage, observe the safety instructions!
5.11
Potential at control voltage connections
The control voltage connections (< 50 V) relate to the joint GND potential (Exception: relay contacts
are potential-free).
CXE/AV(E) 1~ 230 V, 2 ~ 400 V
There is a potential separation between the control voltage connections and the earthed conductor. It
must be ensured that the maximum external voltage at the control voltage connections cannot exceed
50 V (between “GND” terminals and “PE” earthed conductor). If necessary, a connection to the
earthed conductor potential can be established, install bridge between “GND”- terminal and the “PE”
connection.
CXG-24AV(E)
In low voltage versions (24 V DC) there is no potential separation between supply voltage and
connections of the control voltage.
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6
6.1
Select operation mode
Select operation mode
Mode and signal input
Information
Simple installation is possible through the selection of the preprogrammed mode of operation (
Start-up)
This determines the basic function of the device; factory setting 1.01 = speed controller (activation via
0 - 10 V signal). The controller configuration is automatically carried out during selection of the
application related mode of operation. The factory presets in accordance with the mode of operation
are based on many years of experience, which is suitable for many applications. Under special
Operating Instructions / Controller Setup:
circumstances, these can be individually adapted (
“Controller Configuration”).
The purpose of the device is to reach and maintain the target values set. To accomplish this, the
measured actual value (sensor value) is compared with the adjusted target value, and the controlled
value (modulation) is deduced from this.
By selection of the mode the function for control circuit 1 is determined, this influences the following outputs (factory setting):
Electrical installation).
1. Analog output “A1” 0 - 10 V with function |2A | (
2. MODBUS Master interface “1A” + “1B” with function |2A | (
Electrical installation).
Signal or Sensor
(input)
Mode
Signal: 0 - 10 V, 0 - 20 mA, 4 - 20 mA
(E1)
1.01
1.02
-
Function
Speed controller with input for Setting signal, two step operation
(Factory setting)
Manual speed controller with direct setting by the keys ▼ ▲ (0 - 100 %
or in 1 - 5 steps)
2.01
* Sensor KTY81-210 / PT1000 (E1)
Temperature control airconditioning and refrigeration
(preset set-point 20.0 °C, P-band 5.0 K)
2.02
* Sensor KTY81-210 / PT1000 (E1)
Temperature control depending on outdoor temperature
(preset set-point 5.0 °C, - P-band 20.0 K)
2.03
Sensor KTY81-210 / PT1000 (E1)
2.04
1x Sensor KTY81-210 / PT1000 (E1)
*
1x Sensor KTY81-210 / PT1000 (E2)
Temperature control with two sensors, comparison or average
2.05
*
1x Sensor KTY81-210 / PT1000 (E1)
1x Sensor KTY81-210 / PT1000 (E2)
Temperature control with two sensors differential temperature
3.01
* Sensor MBG.. (E1)
3.02
* Sensor MBG.. (E1)
3.03
*
1x sensor MBG.. (E1)
1x sensor MBG.. (E2)
Pressure control for two circuit condensers
3.04
*
1x sensor MBG.. (E1)
1x sensor MBG.. (E2)
Pressure control for two circuit condensers with input for refrigerant
4.01
* Sensor DSG.. / MPG.. (E1)
Temperature control with additional functions (shutter and heating)
Pressure control condensers (refrigeration)
Pressure control for condensers with input for refrigerant
Pressure control for ventilation systems
4.02
1x Sensor DSG.. / MPG.. (E1)
1x Sensor KTY81-210 / PT1000 (E2)
Pressure control depending on outdoor temperature
4.03
1x Sensor DSG.. / MPG.. (E1)
1x BUS RS 485
Pressure control with outdoor temperature-dependent setpoint adaptation and activation by MODBUS
5.01
* Sensor DSG.. / MPG.. (E1)
1x Sensor DSG.. / MPG.. (E1)
1x Sensor KTY81-210 / PT1000 (E2)
5.02
6.01
* Sensor MAL.. (E1)
*
Volume control (constant) for ventilation systems
Volume control with setpoint depending on outdoor temperature
Air velocity control e.g. clean room
Operation with a second control circuit possible
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Select operation mode
Mode and Signal to E1, E2
1.01
2.01 .. 2.03
TF..
E1
GND
GND
0 - 10 V
KTY81-210
PT1000
0 - 10 V
A1
3.01 + 3.02
MBG..-I
4.01 + 5.01
MPG, DSG 0 - 10 V
E1
T
24V
E1
24V
E1
GND
T
GND
GND
GND
GND
10 k
1
3
BN
GN
BN
WH
(4 - 20 mA)
T
24V
E2
GND
T
GND
GND
3
GN
E1
GND
GND
2
3
MAL1/10
(0 - 10 V)
TF..
KTY81-210
PT1000
KTY81-210
PT1000
E2
1
1
24V
4.02 + 5.02
MBG..-I
BN
YE
(0 - 10 V)
3.03 + 3.04
TF..
MAL 0 - 10 V
MPG..
DSG..
MBG..
2.04 + 2.05
6.01
E2
T
GND
T
MBG..
(4 - 20 mA)
4.03
GND
2A
2B
(2D+) (2D-)
MODBUS
(RS-485)
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Operation with a second control circuit
The function for control circuit 1 is determined by selection of the mode. This influences the output
with function |2A | .
A second control circuit with separate actual value measuring and separate output can be activated
additionally if required.
Control circuit 2 influences the output with function |8A | .
• Analog output “A2” (factory setting) IO Setup
• MODBUS Master interface member menu
Operation with a second control circuit is not possible in the following modes:
1.01 , 1.02 , 2.03 , 4.02 , 4.03 , 5.02
The following modes which are pre-programmed to operation with a second sensor can be reprogrammed to operation with a second control circuit.
2.04 , 2.05 , 3.03 , 3.04
The second control circuit is activated by the “E2 function” for the second analogue input “E2” (
menu group “Base Setup”).
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Select operation mode
E2 functions for activating control circuit 2:
Factory setting
E2 Function
Description second control circuit
Temperature
(8E)
Temperature control
Presettings and sensor selection
Mode 2.01
Cold-Pressure
(9E)
Pressure control condensers
Presettings and sensor selection
Mode 3.01
Pressure control for condensers with input for refrigerant
Cold-Temperature
Presettings, sensor selection and input for refrigerant
Mode
(10E)
3.02
Air Pressure
(11E)
Air flow
(12E)
Air speed
(13E)
Pressure control Airconditioning
Presettings and sensor selection
Mode 4.01
Air volume control
Pressettings, sensor selection and K-Factor for inlet ring
Mode 5.01
Air velocity control
Presettings and sensor selection
Mode 6.01
E2 Analog
2.Setpoint 1
In
TF
20.0 °C
MBG0-30
15.00 bar
MBG0-30
35.0°C
DSG200
100.0 Pa
DSG200
44720 m3h
MAL1
0.50 m/s
When activating control circuit 2, the “Setting” menu group is extended.
The additional parameters for control circuit 2 are identified by a prefixed “2.” e. g. “2.Setpoint 1”.
A prefixed “1.” e. g. “1.Setpoint 1” is added to the parameters for control circuit 1.
•
•
Example:Second control circuit Pressure control condensers
E2 function = |9E | , Mode 2.01 for temperature control via control circuit 1
Setting
20.0 °C
1.Setpoint 1
Setting
----1.Setpoint 2
Setting
5.0 K
1. Pband 1
Setting
0%
1. Min. Speed
Setting
100 %
1. Max. Speed
Setting
12.0 bar
2.Setpoint 1
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Setpoint 1 for control circuit 1
Setting range with passive sensor type “TF”, “PT1000” : -50.0...150.0 °C
Factory setting: 20.0 °C
1.Setpoint 2
Setpoint 2 for control circuit 1
Setting “Setpoint 2” e.g. reduced value for night operation.
Switch over Setpoint 1/2 by external contact (as long as no allocation is carried out
IOSetup).
Display: | - - - - - |
1. Pband 1
Pband 1 for control circuit 1
Setting range with passive sensor type “TF”, “PT1000” : 0.0...200.0 °C
Factory setting: 5.0 K
1. Min. Speed
Minimal Speed for control circuit 1
Setting range: 0... “1. Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 0 %
1. Max. Speed
Maximal Speed for control circuit 1
Setting range: 100 %... “1. Min. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
2.Setpoint 1
Setpoint 2 for control circuit 2
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: 12,0 bar
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Setting
----2.Setpoint 2
Setting
5.0 bar
2. Pband 1
Setting
0%
2. Min. Speed
Setting
100 %
2. Max. Speed
Setting
OFF
1. Manual mode
Setting
100 %
1. Speed man.
Select operation mode
2.Setpoint 2
Setpoint 2 for control circuit 2
Setting “Setpoint 2” e.g. reduced value for night operation.
Switch over Setpoint 1/2 by external contact (as long as no allocation is carried out:
IOSetup).
Display: | - - - - - |
2. Pband 1
Pband 1 for control circuit 2
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: 5,0 bar
2. Min. Speed
Minimal Speed for control circuit 2
Setting range: 0... “2. Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 0 %
2. Max. Speed
Maximal Speed for control circuit 2
Setting range: 100 %... “2. Min. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
Manual mode
Manual mode for control circuit 1
“OFF” = automatic control as function of the set parameters (Factory setting)
“ON” = automatic control without function, speed setting in menu “Speed manual”
Speed manual
Speed Manual mode for control circuit 1
Setting range: 0... “1. Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
Function extension for digital inputs “D1” and “D2” in operation with second control circuit
D1 / D2 Function
E1 / E2
(4D)
2. Setpoint 1/2
(9D)
2.Setp+Pband1/2
(16D)
*
Detailed description
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Description *
The output for control circuit 2 is set additionally to “A2” to “A1” (regardless of the
programmed function for |A1 | ). Control circuit 1 has no output for the duration of the
switching.
for control circuit 2: Switch over “Setpoint 1” / “Setpoint 2”
for control circuit 2: Switch over Setpoint 1/2 and Pband 1/2
When programming this function, “Setting” additionally lists the parameter: “2.Pband 2 for
control circuit 2”
IO Setup / Digital Inputs “D1” / “D2”
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Start-up
Following restrictions apply for the control circuit 2:
• The “Manual Mode” function in the “Setting” menu group only influences control circuit 1!
• The Limit ( IO Setup |3D | and Controller Setup) function influences both control circuits simultaneously.
• The “Max. Speed” setting by a digital input ( IO Setup |11D | ) simultaneously influences both
control circuits. I.e. at “1.Max. Speed” and at “2.Max. Speed”.
• The controller configurations (KP, KI, KD, TI Controller Setup) are identical for both control
circuits. Fine adjustment is possible for each control circuit by the separate “Pband” setting.
6.3
External Setpoint / External speed setting in manual operation
External setpoint setting or external manual operation are possible using a 0 - 10 V (0 - 20 mA, 4 - 20 mA) signal
at the “E2” and “GND” terminals. Configure “E2” in Base setup. For potentiometers, program Analog Out 1
IO Setup).
(terminal “A1”) to the function |1A | = “+10 V” (as factory setting
E2 Analog In = factory setting 0 - 10 V
0 - 10 V
A2
E2
GND
GND
0 - 10 V
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External Setpoint via external signal instead of “Setpoint 1”. The “external Setpoint” function must be activated
in base setup |1E | for “E2 function”. The active external Setpoint value is displayed in the “info” menu group.
External speed setting in manual operation. The “external manual operation” function must be activated in the
basic settings |2E | for “E3 function”. Switchover between settings on the device and external manual operation
via the digital input (
IO Setup: “Control / manual operation” |7D | ).
Information
Not possible in modes with 2 sensors and operation with a second control circuit because the second
analogue input is already occupied by it.
7
7.1
Start-up
Prerequisites for commissioning
Attention!
1. You must mount and connect the device in accordance with the operating instructions.
2. Double check that all connections are correct.
3. The mains voltage must match the information on the rating plate.
4. Make sure that no persons or objects are in the fan's hazardous area.
7.2
Procedure for commissioning
1. Turn on mains voltage
– Display:
(Function of display
controls and menu)
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2.
3.
–
–
4.
–
–
5.
–
Start-up
Switch over between “Info” and “Main menu” with the “Esc” key combination
Menu group: Start
Set the menu language if necessary (factory setting English = Language GB).
The display can be switched between SI units (US units = OFF) and imperial (US) units (US
units = ON).
Menu group: Base setup
Set the desired mode (factory setting 1.01 = speed controller).
Further settings depend on the selected mode and the sensor / setting signal used.
Menu group: Setting
Set the parameters for the control mode.
Excerpt from the menu table
Start
Language
GB
GB
GB
GB
GB
GB
GB
GB
GB
US units
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Base setup
1.01
1.02
Mode
E1 Analog In
1.01 = 0
- 10 V
Number steps
1.02 = 0
Step 1 value
1.02 = - - - (20%)
2.01
2.03
2.04
TF
2.02
2.05
TF
3.01
3.02
0-30
MBG
0-30
MBG
3.02 =
R503
3.04 =
R503
TF
E1 Refrigerant
3.03
3.04
E1 K-Factor
4.01
4.02
4.03
5.01
5.02
6.01
4.01 =
DSG200
DSG200 4.02 + 0-1 MAL
4.03 =
DSG50
75
3.04 =
R503
E2 Refrigerant
Setting
Set Internal1
1.01 =
80%
Setting direct
1.02 =
80%
Setting Step
1.02 = 0
Setpoint1
20.0 °C
Pband 1
5.0 K
Set external1
5.0 °C
0.0 °C
20.0 K
5.0 K
12.0 bar 12.0 bar
35.0°C 35.0°C
100 Pa 530 m3h 0.50 m/s
5.0 bar
7.0 K
100 Pa 530 m3h 0.50 m/s
1.01 =
ON
Information
Adjust further settings according to the desired function (
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8
8.1
Controls and Menu
Controls and Menu
Multipurpose LC display and keyboard
2
34 5 6 7
8
9 10
11
13
1
2
Main menu
12
A
4
B
+
1
A
Actual value display
Display after line voltage is switched on or after
the Esc key combination is used to exit the
settings menu (display depends on selected
mode and sensor value).
B
Main menu
Display after the Esc key combination is used
to exit the actual value display.
Select the desired menu group with the ▼▲
buttons and use the P-key to open it.
P
Program key and open menu.
▼
Menu selection, reduce value.
▲
Menu selection, increase value.
▼+▲
Esc
Esc-key combination, Escape = leave menu.
Switch between Info and Main menu.
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1. Status bar
2. Display of the menu group in which the displayed menu is
located
3. Display window
4. Log entry which still was not seen
5. Timer function active
6. Fire-Symbol (heating operation)
7. Moon-Symbol for set point 2
8. Alarm symbol (fault message alternating with actual value
display)
9. Modulation control circuit 1
10. Modulation control circuit 2 (if activated)
11. STOP-Symbol (enable)
12. Position of the menu in the menu group
13. List of the menu groups
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8.2
Controls and Menu
Menu operation
Display after turning on the mains voltage
description for menu language English = “GB” (delivery status).
Switch over between “Info” * and “Main menu” with
the Esc key combination.
Info
0%
Modulation
Example for mode 1.01 (speed controller).
[ESC] Menu
Main menu
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
[P] Enter
[ESC] Info
*Info depending on device type:
- "Speed" / rpm,- "Frequency" / Hz, - "Modulation"
/%
Main menu
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
Select the desired menu group with the ▼▲ keys (text highlighted) and open with the Pkey.
[P] Enter
[ESC] Info
▲▼
Start
----PIN input
[P] Edit
PIN input, e.g. for resetting to basic factory setting
[ESC] Menu
▲▼
Start
GB
Language
[P] Edit
In the menu point “Language” display language can be selected.
One returns to the menu group “Start” using the Esc (▼ + ▲) shortcut keys.
[ESC] Menu
8.3
Example for programming mode 2.01 in “Base setup ”
Sequence
1
Base setup
[ESC]
[P]
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2.01
Mode
P
2.01
Mode
[P]
7
6
Base setup
1.01
Mode
P
5
4
Base setup
1.01
Mode
[P]
3
2
[ESC]
[P]
[ESC]
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8.4
Controls and Menu
Menu structure
Selection of the menu group (e.g. Base setup) to the right through the ▼-key, to the left through the
▼-key.
You can go to the menu items in the menu groups (e.g. mode of operation) by using the P key. Use
the arrow keys to move up and down within the menu group.
The menu groups consist of one area for the user (user menu) and one area for installation (service).
The service area can be protected against unauthorized access by using a PIN.
In order to simplify the initial start-up operation, the service level is enabled at first (i.e., not protected
by the PIN 0010 ( Operating Instructions / Controller Setup, PIN protection = OFF). If PIN protection
is activated (ON), the service menu remains enabled after input of PIN 0010 as long as one is pressing
keys. If no keys are pressed for ca. 15 minutes, the PIN is automatically erased, i.e. the service level
is blocked.
To make adjustments, press the P key after selecting the menu item. If the previously set value starts
to ash, it can be adjusted with the ▼ + ▲ keys and then saved with the P key. To exit the menu
without making any changes, use the “Esc” short-key, i.e., the originally set values remain.
Information
After installation of the device has been carried out, PIN protection should be activated (see Operating
Instructions / Controller Setup)!
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Controls and Menu
Example for Mode 1.01
User
←←←←
Info
0%
Modulation
Esc Main menu
↔
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller
Setup
P↓ ↑ ESC
▲▼
Info
Start
0%
Set external1
▼ Main menu
▲
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller
Setup
▼ Main menu
▲
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller
Setup
P↓ ↑ ESC
P↓ ↑ ESC
Setting
Protocol 1/22
PIN 0010
Service
▼ Main menu
▲
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller
Setup
P↓ ↑ ESC
Base setup
→→→→
▼ Main menu
▲
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller
Setup
P↓ ↑ ESC
Controller
Setup
----PIN input
80 %
Set Internal1
Sensor1
OTC
000022:45:10
1.01
Mode
OFF
PIN Protection
▲▼
▲▼
▲▼
▲▼
▲▼
Controller
Setup
Start
Setting
D
Language
---Setpoint2
▲▼
▲▼
Start
OFF
US units
Protocol 2/22
MODBUS
Komm.
OTC
000018:05:10
0 - 10V
E1 Analog In
▲▼
Setting
Base setup
0%
Min. Speed
OFF
E2 Function
Menu dependent on mode
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OFF
Set protection
▲▼
Controller
Setup
OFF
Save User
Setup
▼
▲
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8.5
Controls and Menu
Overview menu groups
Main menu
Possible settings
Info
Display measured actual values, selected setpoints, modulation, etc.
Settings cannot be made in this menu group.
Start
PIN input for reset to initial settings and to protect settings.
Setting the menu language.
Display in SI units or Imperial units (US)
Complete re-start of the device.
Display of the set mode, software version, etc.
Setting
Protocol
Settings for Operation, Setpoint, Pband, Min. Speed, Max. Speed, etc.
Display and query of events / malfunctions.
Base setup
Setting of the desired mode, configuration of signal and sensor inputs.
Activation control circuit 2.
Controller Setup
Activate set protection, save user settings.
Activate alarm message in the event of a sensor fault.
Activate limitation of modulation via digital input or timer of time switch.
Configuration of control parameters, group control.
IO Setup
Configuration and function assignment for: analogue outputs, digital inputs, relay outputs.
Function MODBUS interface: COM2 for MODBUS Slave or MODEM SMS.
Limits
Limit messages depending on modulation, setting signal or sensor signal, offset to
setpoint.
Timer
Integrated time switch with programmable timer functions.
Clock fine adjustment
Diagnostic
Current operating states of the device.
MODBUS Slave
MODBUS SMS
Addressing and configuration of the MODBUS Slave interface.
alternatively
Input of SIM PIN for MODBUS SMS interface (currently no function).
MODBUS Master
Start automatic addressing of members.
alternatively
Manual input of number of members.
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9
Programming
Programming
Display in SI units or Imperial units (US)
The following description is for display in SI units (factory setting). The appropriate conversion factors
menu group Start / US Units).
must be observed when switching over to Imperial units (US) (
9.1
9.1.1
Speed controller 1.01 , 1.02
Speed controller with setting by external signal 1.01
Settings for controller output with function |2A | (by analogue signal
members menu).
IO Setup, by MODBUS
Base setup 1.01
Main menu
Base setup
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
IO Setup
Base setup
Mode
Factory setting Mode: 1.01
1.01
Mode
Base setup
0 - 10V
E1 Analog In
Base setup
OFF
E2 Function
E1 Analog In
Selection: 0 - 10V, 0 - 20 mA, 4 - 20 mA (Inverting, E1 BUS Modus
Factory setting: 0 - 10 V
IO Setup)
E2 Function (only for special applications)
Analog input 2 “E2” factory set at “OFF”.
For operation with a second setting signal and switch over by potential-free contact: E2
Function = Ext. Setpoint (1E)
IO Setup
Necessary function for digital input: E1/E2 (4D)
For operation with a second signal and automatic control at the higher level: E2
Function = comparison E1 (4E).
Base setup
----E2 Analog In
E2 Analog In
Display as long as no function allocated: | - - - - - |
Selection: 0 - 10 V, 0 - 20 mA, 4 - 20 mA (Inverting, E2 BUS Modus
Factory setting: 0 - 10 V
Setting for operation 1.01
Main menu
Setting
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
IO Setup
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Setting
80 %
Set Internal1
Setting
----Setpoint2
Setting
0%
Min. Speed
Setting
100 %
Max. Speed
Setting
ON
Set external1
Programming
Set Internal1
Setting range manual speed setting: 0...100 %
Factory setting: 80 %
“Min. Speed”... “Max. Speed”
Setpoint2
Setting “Set Intern2” e.g. reduced value for night operation.
Switch over Interni 1/2 over external contact (display where no allocation: | - - - - - |
IO Setup).
Min. Speed
Setting range: 0... “Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 0 %
Max. Speed
Setting range: 100 %... “Min. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
Set external1
“ON” (factory setting) = speed setting by external Signal
“OFF” = Setting “Set Intern1”
10
Analog Out [V]
MODBUS Out [%]
Diagram setting signal and output voltage (Idealized principle diagram)
100
Min. 0 %
Max. = 100 %
Min. 35 %
Max. = 85 %
9
90
8
80
7
70
6
60
5
50
4
40
Min.
2
3
30
20
1
10
Si
0
10
1
9
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
5
6
4
7
3
0
20
4
2
18
5,6
4
16
7,2
6
14
8,8
8
12
10,4
10
10
12
12
14
16
18
8
6
4
2
13,6 15,2 16,8 18,4
20
0
20
20
18,4 16,8 15,2 13,6
12
10,4
4
8,8
MODBUS Out: speed setting over MODBUS
Analog Out: speed setting over analog output 0 - 10 V
Si Signal
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8
2
7,2
9
1
5,6
10
0
0 – 10 V
10 – 0 V
0 – 20 mA
20 – 0 mA
4 – 20 mA
20 – 4 mA
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.1.2
Programming
Speed controller with direct setting by keyboard 1.02
Base setup 1.02
Main menu
Base setup
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
IO Setup
Base setup
Mode
Mode selection: 1.02
1.02
Mode
Base setup
0
Number steps
Number steps
Selection: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Factory setting: 0
Number steps: 0
In the factory setting “0” (without steps) the modulation can be set directly with the ▼
setting in operation).
▲ keys (
Number steps: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
The modulation value can be assigned to each step. The desired step is set with the ▼
▲ keys (
setting in operation).
The following menus become active depending on the selected step count. (Step not
active = |- - - - | )
Base setup
----Step 1 value
Step 1 value - 5
Setting range: 0...100 %.
Factory setting: - - - - - (Number steps 0)
Factory setting: 20 %, 40 %, 50 %, 60 %, 100 % (Number steps 1 - 5)
Menu group “setting” (only when needed)
Main menu
Setting
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
IO Setup
Setting
80 %
Setting direct
Setting
0
Setting Step
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Setting direct (at Number steps: 0
“Base setup”)
If the setting is to be made during operation directly with the ▼ ▲ keys, no setting is
necessary here (
setting in operation 1.02 ).
Setting range: Min. Speed - Max. Speed
Factory setting: 80 %
Setting step (at Number steps: 1 - 5
“Base setup”)
If the setting is to be made during operation directly with the ▼ ▲ keys, no setting is
necessary here (
setting in operation 1.02 ).
Setting range: 0 - setting nummber steps
Factory setting: 0
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Programming
Min. Speed
Setting range: 0... “Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 0 %
Setting
0%
Min. Speed
Setting
100 %
Max. Speed
Max. Speed
Setting range: 100 % - “Min. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
Setting in operation 1.02
After installation is completed, only the “Setting direct” or “Setting Step” setting is visible in the “Info” menu
group. All other menus are protected by a PIN.
Info
Setting direct (at Number steps: 0
“Base setup”)
Setting
range:
Min.
Speed
Max.
Speed
76 %
Factory setting: 80 %
Setting direct
The value set by the ▼ ▲ keys is accepted and executed directly (P key without
function).
Info
5
Setting Step
“Base setup”)
Setting step (at Number steps: 1 - 5
Setting range: 0 - programmed number steps
Factory setting: 0
Switching over to the protected “Info” menu group takes place automatically after approximately 15
minutes if no key is pressed.
Possibilities for early activation of PIN protection:
• Select the “Info” menu group and confirm with the P key.
• Press the |Esc | key combination several times until the “Setting direct” or “Setting Step” menu is
displayed.
• Execute the “Reset” function in the “Start” menu group.
• By switching the mains voltage off and then on again.
Input PIN |0010 | to exit the protected area
→
76 %
Setting direct
▼ + ▲ = |Esc |
→
→
----PIN input
P
→
0010
PIN input
5
Setting Step
adjust PIN 0010
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P
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
IO Setup
Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.2
9.2.1
Programming
Temperature control 2.01 ... 2.05
Basic setting 2.01 ... 2.05
Main menu
Base setup
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
IO Setup
Base setup
Mode
Mode selection e.g. 2.01
2.01
Mode
Base setup
TF
E1 Analog In
E1 Analog In
The sensor input is factory set in modes of group 2 to sensors of the “TF” type series
(sensor type KTY81-210).
Measuring range: -50.0...+150 °C
Connection terminals: “E1” and “T”
Other settable sensors:
• PT1000 at terminals “E1” and “T”, (measuring range -50.0...+150 °C)
• MTG-120V (type designation for active sensor with 0 - 10 V output, connection to
terminals “E1”, “GND” and “24 V”, measuring range: -10...+120 °C)
• 0 - 10 V, 0 - 20 mA, 4 - 20 mA (for sensors with free measuring range and linear
characteristic)
The sensor measuring range must be entered for sensors with free measuring range in
order to display the actual value correctly.
Example with a 0 - 10 V sensor and 0 - 100 °C measurement range:
E1 Analog In = 0 - 10 V, E1 Unit = °C, E1 Decimals = 1, E1 Min. = 0,0 °C, E1 Max. =
100,0 °C,
When selecting sensors with active signal, the setpoint and the Pband are automatically set to the 1/2 measuring range.
Base setup
20.0 °C
E1 Offset
Base setup
--50.0 °C
E1 Setpoint min
Base setup
150.0 °C
E1 Setpoint max
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E1 Offset
Sensor calibration with calibrated comparison device.
The current “E1 Actual” is displayed including the offset set here.
E1 Setpoint min (function depending on the software version available)
Limitation of the adjustable setpoint (see settings for operation)
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: minimum measurement value
E1 Setpoint max (function depending on the software version available)
Limitation of the adjustable setpoint (see settings for operation)
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: maximum measurement value
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Base setup
OFF
E2 Function
Programming
E2 Function
The second signal input is not activated at the factory for modes with one sensor.
The function is automatically jointly programmed in operating modes using two sensors. The second analog input is thus allocated and additional function allocations are
not possible.
• 2.04 E2 Function at |4E | preprogrammed = comparison value with control to
higher temperature. Alternative: average of 2 measuring points for this must be
reprogrammed on function |3E | preprogrammed sensor type “TF”.
• 2.05 E2 Function at |5E | preprogrammed = regulation on difference temperature
between sensor 1 and sensor 2. Preprogrammed sensor type “TF”.
Adjustable “E2 Function”
• |1E | = External Setpoint e.g. via external signal (0 - 10 V) instead of “Setpoint 1”
– For sensor type “E1 Analog In” = “TF or PT1000”: 0 - 10 V -50.0...+150 °C.
0 - 100 % sensor measuring range.
– For sensors with active signal: 0 - 10 V
• |2E | = External manual operation via external signal (0 - 10 V). Switch over
between settings on the device and external manual operation via digital input (
IO Setup: function |7D | ).
• |6E | = sensor for outdoor temperature-dependent setpoint adaptation (at 2.03 not
possible), pre-programmed sensor type “TF..”.
– additional parameters menu group “Setting”: T-Band, T-Start SA, Min. Setpoint.
– additional parameters menu group“Info”: Setpoint Control
Setting for operation 4.01 ... 4.03 / additional menu items.
– Example
• |7E | = Measurement value = Measurement value e.g. for limit indication, display in
Info menu “E2 Actual”.
base
• |8E | ... |13E | = sensor input for control circuit 2 (at 2.03 not possible)
setup / operation with second control circuit.
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.2.2
Programming
Settings for operation modes 2.01 ... 2.05
2.01
2.02
2.03
2.04
2.05
Temperature control airconditioning and refrigeration
(preset set-point 20.0 °C, P-band 5.0 K)
Temperature control depending on outdoor temperature
(preset set-point 5.0 °C, - P-band 20.0 K)
Temperature control with pre-programmed additional functions (heating, shutter, temperature monitoring).
Temperature control with 2 sensors
Comparison with control to higher value “E2 Function” set to comparison |4E | . Display during
operation: “Control value ”
Alternative: Average calculation of 2 measuring places “E2 Function” set to |3E | . Display during
operation: “Average E1 / E2 ”
Temperature control with 2 sensors, regulation on difference temperature.
Display during operation: “Value of E1 - E2” in K, “E1” = reference temperatur, “E2” causes positiv (E2
< E1) or negative (E2 >E 1) difference.
Settings for controller output with function |2A | (by analogue signal
members menu).
Main menu
IO Setup, by MODBUS
Setting
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
IO Setup
Setting
20.0 °C
Setpoint1
Setting
----Setpoint2
Setting
5.0 K
Pband
Setpoint1
Setting range with passive sensor type “TF”, “PT1000”: -50.0...150.0 °C
Factory setting: 2.01 , 2.03 , 2.04 : 20.0 °C
at 2.02 : 5.0 °C
at 2.05 : 0.0 °C
Setting range with passive sensor type “MTG-120V”: -10.0 °C...+120.0 °C
Factory setting 2.01 - 2.05 : 55.0 °C
Setpoint2
Setting “Setpoint 2” e.g. reduced value for night operation.
Switch over Setpoint 1/2 by external contact (display as long as no allocation is carried
out: | - - - - - |
IO Setup).
Pband
Narrow control range = Short control times
Wide control range = Longer control times and more stable control
Passive sensor type “TF”, “PT1000”
Setting range: 0 - 200.0 K (Kelvin)
Factory setting: 5.0 K, (at 2.02 : 20.0 K)
active Sensor type “MTG-120V”
Setting range: -10.0...+120.0 K
Factory setting: 65.0 K
Setting
0%
Min. Speed
Setting
100 %
Max. Speed
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Min. Speed
Setting range: 0... “Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 0 %
Max. Speed
Setting range: 100 %... “Min. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Manual mode
“OFF” = automatic control as function of the set parameters (Factory setting)
“ON” = automatic control without function, speed setting in menu “Speed manual”
Setting
OFF
Manual mode
Speed manual
Manual speed setting without influence by the external signal.
Activation by menu “Manual mode” or external contact at digital input (
IO Setup).
Setting range: 0...100 % “Min. Speed”... “Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
For information about deactivated regulation the adjusted value for manual speed is
indicated alternating with the actual value.
Setting
100 %
Speed manual
9.2.3
Programming
Functional diagrams temperature control
70
60
50
40
Analog Out [V]
10
Max. = 85 %
8
9
Min. 35 %
7
80
Max. = 100 %
6
90
Min. 0 %
5
100
4
MODBUS Out [%]
Example 1: Temperature control in factory setting “Cooling function” (Idealized principle diagram)
20
2
10
1
30
3
Min.
I
20 °C
S
10 K
R
(Controller Setup: “Val > Set = n+” to “ON”)
MODBUS Out: speed setting over MODBUS
Analog Out: speed setting over analog output 0 - 10 V
S Setpoint
R Pband
I Actual value
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Programming
90
Analog Out [V]
10
100
Min. 0 %
Max. = 100 %
9
MODBUS Out [%]
Example 2: Temperature control in “Heating function” (Idealized principle diagram)
7
50
5
40
4
60
6
80
70
8
Max.
Min. 35 %
20
2
10
1
30
Max. = 85 %
3
Min.
I
10 °C
10 K
R
20 °C
S
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(Controller Setup: “Val > Set = n+” to “OFF”)
MODBUS Out: speed setting over MODBUS
Analog Out: speed setting over analog output 0 - 10 V
S Setpoint
R Pband
I Actual value
9.2.4
Additionally for 2.03 (controller output 2 with function |6A | )
The 0 - 10 V output signal A2 can, e.g., be used for triggering a shutter or heating.
Setting
0.0 K
Offset AnalogOut
Setting
2.0 K
Pband AnalogOut
Setting
0%
Min. AnalogOut
Setting
100 %
Max. AnalogOut
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Offset AnalogOut
The target value for this output is the target value (Setpoint) for the ventilation “offset”
setting.
Adjustment: range +/- 10,0 K relative to the active Setpoint.
Example for triggering a shutter servomotor:
At factory setting “0,0 K” = synchronous operation.
The analog output is factory set to increasing activation during increasing temperature.
Reprogramming to “Heating function”, i.e., increasing modulation during decreasing
temperature is possible ( IO Setup).
Pband AnalogOut
Pband AnalogOut = separately adjustable range of control (P-band) for 0 - 10 V output
Setting range: 0...200.0 K
Factory setting: 2.0 K
Min. AnalogOut
Min. AnalogOut = Minimal output voltage
Setting range: 0...100 % = 0 - 10 V
Factory setting: 0 %
Max. AnalogOut
Max. AnalogOut = Maximal output voltage
Setting range: 100...0 % = 10 - 0 V
Factory setting: 100 %
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Programming
Example for signal out 0 - 10 V (IO Setup: “A2 function” = |6A | )
10 V
100 %
Min. 0 %
Max. = 100 %
Min. 35 %
Max. = 85 %
Max. Analog Out
50 %
Min. Analog Out
I
20 °C
S
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30 °C
10 K
R
Example: Setpoint ventilation 25.0°C, Offset -5.0 K, Pband 10.0 K
S Setpoint Ventilation +/- Offset
R Pband
I Actual value
9.2.5
For mode 2.03 : Relay output for Heating or Cooling
OffsetDigitalOut
Offset Digital Out = Offset for relay output (“K2” is pre-programmed by the factory).
The relay operating point deviates by the adjusted offset of the Setpoint of the ventilation (if relay “K2” not inverted, terminal “21”-“24” bridged).
Setting range: -10.0...+10.0 K
Factory setting: -1.0 K
Setting
-1.0 K
OffsetDigitalOut
• “0.0 K” set, i.e. heating “ON” when: actual value = Setpoint
• During negative offset value heating “ON” when: actual value = Setpoint - offset
• During positive offset value heating “ON” when: actual value = Setpoint + offset
Hyst.DigitalOut
Switching hysteresis of the relay
Setting range: 0...10,0 K, Factory setting: 1.0 K (Kelvin)
Setting
1.0 K
Hyst.DigitalOut
Temperature variation with factory setting |9K | in IO Setup e. g. for controlling a Heating.
If the ambient temperature is lower than the set operating point, the heating remains switched on. If
the ambient temperature exceeds the set operating point of the heating by 2 K (Kelvin), the heating is
switched off. I.e., the release point is situated at the hysteresis value over the operating point.
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
[min]
ON
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[°C]
30
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
3
OFF = 15°C + 2 K = 17 °C
OFF = 20°C + 2 K = 22 °C
ON = 15°C + 5 K = 20 °C
1
Example:
Setpoint 20.0 °C, Offset -5.0 K, Hysteresis 2.0 K
ON = 20°C - 5K = 15 °C
30
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
1
3
5
7
9
11
ON
13
15
17
[min]
19
21
23
25
27
ON
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Example:
Setpoint 15.0 °C, Offset +5.0 K, Hysteresis 2.0 K
Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Programming
Info
The activated heating is indicated over the fire symbol in the display.
28.7 °C
E1 Actual
Temperature variation with reprogramming to |10K | for “K2” in IO Setup, e.g., for activation of
the Cooling
Example:
Setpoint 15.0 °C, Offset +5.0 K, Hysteresis 2.0 K
[°C]
30
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
[min]
ON
9.2.6
ON
ON
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25
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OFF = 20°C - 2 K = 18 °C
ON = 15°C + 5 K = 20 °C
If the ambient temperature is higher than the set operating point, the cooling remains switched on. If the ambient
temperature falls below the set operating point of the
cooling by 2 K (Kelvin), it is switched off. I.e., the OFF
point is situated at the hysteresis value under the ON
point.
For mode 2.03 Relay output for temperature monitoring
If the set value for the “minimum alarm” is not reached or the set value for the “maximum alarm” is
exceeded, a message is generated via the alarm symbol in the display. In addition, „Lmt E1 min“ is
displayed alternately with the actual value for the minimum alarm and Lmt E1 max for the „Maximum
alarm“. An external message follows via the factory-assigned“K1” relay. (IO Setup: K1 function =
|2K | ).
Setting
0.0 °C
Alarm Minimum
Setting
40.0 °C
Alarm Maximum
Alarm Minimum
Setting range: OFF / -49.9...150.0 °C
Factory setting: 0.0 °C
Alarm Maximum
Setting range: OFF / -49.9...150.0 °C
Factory setting: 40.0 °C
Example for display if falling below setting “Alarm Minimum” alternating to the actual
value display.
Relay “K1” disengages (if not inverted).
Info
Lmt E1 min
Example for display if exceeding setting “Alarm Maximum” alternating to the actual
value display
Relay “K1” disengages (if not inverted).
Info
Lmt E1 max.
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.3
9.3.1
Programming
Pressure control for condensers refrigeration 3.01 ... 3.04
Base setup 3.01 ... 3.04
Main menu
Base setup
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
Base setup
Mode
Mode selection e.g. 3.01
3.01
Mode
Base setup
MBG0-30
E1 Analog In
E1 Analog In
The sensor input is factory set for modes of group 3 to sensor type “MBG-30I ”.
Measuring range: 0...30 bar
Output signal: 4 - 20 mA
Connection terminals: “E1”, “24V”
Other settable sensors:
• MBG-50I (measuring range 0...50 bar, output signal 4 - 20 mA)
• DSF2-25 (measuring range 2...25 bar, output signal 4 - 20 mA)
• 0 - 10 V, 0 - 20 mA, 4 - 20 mA (for sensors with free measuring range and linear
characteristic)
The sensor measuring range must be entered for sensors with free measuring range in
order to display the actual value correctly.
Example 0 - 10 V sensor and measuring range 0 - 20 bar:
E1 Analog In = 0 - 10 V, E1 Unit = bar, E1 Decimals = 1, E1 Min. = 0,0 bar, E1 Max. =
20,0 bar
Base setup
R503
E1 Refrigerant
0.00 bar
E1 Offset
Base setup
0.00 bar
E1 Setpoint min
Base setup
30.0 bar
E1 Setpoint max
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E1 Refrigerant
With 3.02 and 3.04 operating modes with input of the refrigerant, the device automatically calculates the corresponding temperature for the measured pressure. The settings for offset, target value and the controlling range are then carried out in °C or K.
Calculation for relative pressure (differential measurement of pressure relative to ambient pressure). No further settings are necessary for pressure sensors model e.g.
“MBG-30I” or “MBG-50I” (measurement range 0 - 30 bar or 0 - 50 bar). In the case of
sensors with other measurement ranges, the “E1 Min. value” and the “E1 Max. Value” .
Setting in “bar” although unit display is in “°C”!
E1 Offset
Sensor calibration with calibrated comparison device.
The current “E1 Actual” is displayed including the offset set here.
E1 Setpoint min (function depending on the software version available)
Limitation of the adjustable setpoint (see settings for operation)
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: minimum measurement value
E1 Setpoint max (function depending on the software version available)
Limitation of the adjustable setpoint (see settings for operation)
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: maximum measurement value
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Base setup
OFF
E2 Function
Programming
E2 Function
The second signal input is not activated at the factory for modes with one sensor.
The function is automatically jointly programmed in operating modes using 2 sensors.
The second analog input is thus allocated and additional function allocations are not
possible.
Modes with two sensors
• 3.03 and 3.04 E2 Function at |4E | preprogrammed = comparison value with
control to higher value (two circuit condensers).
Adjustable “E2 Function”
• |1E | = external setpoint e.g. by external signal (0 - 10 V) instead of setting “Setpoint
1”. 0 - 10 V
0 - 100 % sensor measuring range.
• |2E | = External manual operation via external signal (0 - 10 V). Switch over
between settings on the device and external manual operation via digital input (
IO Setup: function |7D | ).
• |3E | = Sensor average to E1
• |5E | = Sensor difference to E1
• |6E | = sensor for outdoor temperature-dependent setpoint adaptation, preprogrammed sensor type “TF..”.
– Menu group “Setting” additional parameter: T-Band, T-Start SA, Min. Setpoint.
– Menu group “Info” additional parameter: Setpoint control
Setting for operation 4.01 ... 4.03 / additional menu items.
– Example
• |7E | = Measurement value = Measurement value e.g. for limit indication, display in
Info menu “E2 Actual”.
base setup / operation
• |8E | ... |13E | = sensor input for control circuit 2
with second control circuit.
Selection of the refrigerants:
R12
9.3.2
R13
R13b1
R22
R23
R32
R114
R134a
R142B
R227
R401
R401A
R401B
R402
R402A
R402B
R404A
R407A
R407B
R407C
R410A
R500
R502
R503
R507
R717
Setting for operation modes 3.01 ... 3.04
3.01
3.02
3.03
3.04
Pressure control condensers, setting Setpoint in bar
Pressure control for condensers with input for refrigerant, Setpoint in °C
Two sensors for dual circuit condenser. Automatic regulation to the highest pressure (selection
amplifier integrated) operation display: “Control value”, Setpoint in bar
Two sensors for dual circuit condenser with input for refrigerant automatic regulation to the highest
pressure (selection amplifier). Setpoint in °C , also for different refrigerants suitably there comparison
of the temperatures. Display during operation: “Control value ”
Settings for controller output with function |2A | (by analogue signal
members menu).
Main menu
Setting
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
Setting
12.0 bar
Setpoint1
Setpoint1
3.01 and 3.03
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: 12.0 bar
3.02 and 3.04
Setting range: dependent on the selected refrigerant
Factory setting: 35.0 °C
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IO Setup, by MODBUS
Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Setting
----Setpoint2
Setting
5.00 bar
Pband
Programming
Setpoint2
Setting “Setpoint 2” e.g. reduced value for night operation.
Switch over Setpoint 1/2 by external contact (display as long as no allocation is carried
out: | - - - - - |
IO Setup).
Pband
Narrow control range = Short control times
Wide control range = Longer control times and more stable control
3.01 and 3.03
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: 5.0 bar
3.02 and 3.04
Setting range: dependent on the selected refrigerant
Factory setting: 7.0 K
Setting
0%
Min. Speed
Setting
100 %
Max. Speed
Setting
OFF
Manual mode
Setting
100 %
Speed manual
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Min. Speed
Setting range: 0... “Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 0 %
Max. Speed
Setting range: 100 %... “Min. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
Manual mode
“OFF” = automatic control as function of the set parameters (Factory setting)
“ON” = automatic control without function, speed setting in menu “Speed manual”
Speed manual
Manual speed setting without influence by the external signal.
IO Setup).
Activation by menu “Manual mode” or external contact at digital input (
Setting range: 0...100 % “Min. Speed”... “Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
For information about deactivated regulation the adjusted value for manual speed is
indicated alternating with the actual value.
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10
Analog Out [V]
Functional diagrams pressure control condensers
Functional diagram for Mode 3.01 and 3.03 (Idealized principle diagram)
MODBUS Out [%]
60
50
40
9
8
20
2
10
1
30
7
70
6
80
Max. = 100 %
5
90
Min. 0 %
4
100
3
9.3.3
Programming
I
5 bar
R
12 bar
S
17 bar
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MODBUS Out: speed setting over MODBUS
Analog Out: speed setting over analog output 0 - 10 V
S Setpoint
R Pband
I Actual value
60
50
40
10
9
8
7
20
2
10
1
30
6
70
5
80
Max. = 100 %
4
90
Min. 0 %
3
100
Analog Out [V]
MODBUS Out [%]
Functional diagram for Mode 3.02 and 3.04 (Idealized principle diagram)
I
35 °C
S
7K
R
42 °C
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MODBUS Out: speed setting over MODBUS
Analog Out: speed setting over analog output 0 - 10 V
S Setpoint
R Pband
I Actual value
Information
The factory default presets must be adapted to match the system conditions by a competent person.
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9.4
9.4.1
Programming
Pressure control airconditioning 4.01 ... 4.03
Base setup 4.01 ... 4.03
Main menu
Base setup
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
Base setup
Mode
Mode selection e.g. 4.01
4.01
Mode
Base setup
DSG200
E1 Analog In
E1 Analog In
The sensor input is factory set for modes of group 4 to sensor type “DSG200 ”.
Measuring range: 0...200 Pa
Output signal: 0 - 10 V
Connection terminals: “E1”, “GND”, “24V”
Other settable sensors / measuring ranges:
• “DSG 50”, “DSG100”, “DSG200”, “DSG300”, “DSG500”, “DSG1000”,
“DSG2000”, “DSG4000”, “DSG6000”, INT300, INT500 (numerical data
measuring range [Pa], output signal 0 - 10 V). Type designation DSG...
pressure
sensor with new type designation MPG..
• 0 - 10 V, 0 - 20 mA, 4 - 20 mA (for sensors with free measuring range and linear
characteristic)
The sensor measuring range must be entered for sensors with free measuring range in
order to display the actual value correctly.
Example with a 0 - 10 V sensor and 0 - 400 Pa measurement range:
E1 Analog In = 0 - 10 V, E1 Unit = Pa, E1 Decimals = 1, E1 Min. = 0,0 Pa, E1 Max. =
400 Pa
Base setup
0.0 Pa
E1 Offset
Base setup
0.0 Pa
E1 Setpoint min
Base setup
200.0 Pa
E1 Setpoint max
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E1 Offset
Sensor calibration with calibrated comparison device.
The current “E1 Actual” is displayed including the offset set here.
E1 Setpoint min (function depending on the software version available)
Limitation of the adjustable setpoint (see settings for operation)
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: minimum measurement value
E1 Setpoint max (function depending on the software version available)
Limitation of the adjustable setpoint (see settings for operation)
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: maximum measurement value
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Base setup
OFF
E2 Function
Programming
E2 Function
The second signal input is not activated at the factory for modes with one sensor.
The function is automatically jointly programmed in operating modes using two sensors. The second analog input is thus allocated and additional function allocations are
not possible.
Modes with two sensors
• For 4.02 E2 Function at |6E | preprogrammed = sensor for setpoint lowering.
Preprogrammed sensor type “TF.. ”
• For 4.03 E2 Function at |6E | preprogrammed = sensor for setpoint lowering.
– Preprogrammed sensor: type “0 - 10 V” (measuring range -35.0...+65.0 °C
Pre-programmed in the IO setup:
– To read out the sensor value via bus: E2 Busmode = “ON”
– For enabling via bus: D1 Function = |1D | , D1 Busmode = “ON”
– For switch over setpoint 1 /2 via Bus: D2 Function = |5D | , D2 Busmode = “ON”
Adjustable “E2 function” for modes with one sensor
• |1E | = external setpoint e.g. by external signal (0 - 10 V) instead of setting “Setpoint
1”. 0 - 10 V
0 - 100 % sensor measuring range.
= External manual operation via external signal (0 - 10 V). Switch over
between settings on the device and external manual operation via digital input (
IO Setup: function |7D | ).
|3E | = Sensor average to E1
|4E | = Sensor comparison to E1
|5E | = Sensor difference to E1
|7E | = Measurement value = Measurement value e.g. for limit indication, display in
Info menu “E2 Actual”.
|8E | ... |13E | = sensor input for control circuit 2 base setup / operation
with second control circuit.
• |2E |
•
•
•
•
•
9.4.2
Setting for operation modes 4.01 ... 4.03
4.01
4.02
4.03
Pressure control, Setting Setpoint in Pa
Pressure control setpoint depending on outdoor temperature
Pressure control with outdoor temperature-dependent setpoint adaptation and activation by MODBUS
Settings for controller output with function |2A | (by analogue signal
members menu).
Main menu
IO Setup, by MODBUS
Setting
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
Setting
100 Pa
Setpoint1
Setting
----Setpoint2
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Setpoint1
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: 100 Pa
Setpoint2
Setting “Setpoint 2” e.g. reduced value for night operation.
Switch over Setpoint 1/2 by external contact (display as long as no allocation is carried
IO Setup).
out: | - - - - - |
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Programming
Pband
Narrow control range = Short control times
Wide control range = Longer control times and more stable control
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: 100 Pa
Setting
100 Pa
Pband
Setting
0%
Min. Speed
Setting
100 %
Max. Speed
Setting
OFF
Manual mode
Setting
100 %
Speed manual
Min. Speed
Setting range: 0... “Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 0 %
Max. Speed
Setting range: 100 %... “Min. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
Manual mode
“OFF” = automatic control as function of the set parameters (Factory setting)
“ON” = automatic control without function, speed setting in menu “Speed manual”
Speed manual
Manual speed setting without influence by the external signal.
IO Setup).
Activation by menu “Manual mode” or external contact at digital input (
Setting range: 0...100 % “Min. Speed”... “Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
For information about deactivated regulation the adjusted value for manual speed is
indicated alternating with the actual value.
Additional menu item for mode 4.02 and 4.03 with outside-temperature dependent targetsetpoint.
Outside-temperature dependent target-setpoint
[Pa]
S1
S2
An outside temperature compensation can be
activated (sensor connection “E2” = “Analog In
2”) when being operated as a pressure regulation device.
An optimal building climate, e.g., can be
achieved through this. Through this function,
the set and active “Setpoint1” or “Setpoint2” is
automatically changed proportional to the
Info: “Setmeasured outside temperature (
point control”).
P-min.
AT
-15 °C
T-min.
T-Band
30 °C
T-Start
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S1 Setpoint1
S2 Setpoint2
P-min. Min. Setpoint
T-min Min. temperature
T-Start Setpoint reducing will start below this outside temperature
T-band Temperature range
AT Outdoor temperature
Setting
30 K
T-Band SA
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T-Band SA
Temperature range in which the setpoint change continiously with outside temperature
Setting range: 0.0..100.0 K
Factory setting: 30.0 K
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Setting
15 °C
T-Start SA
Setting
70.0 Pa
Min. Setpoint
9.5
9.5.1
Programming
T-Start SA
Setpoint reducing will start below this outside temperature
Setting range: -10.0...40.0 °C
Factory setting: 15.0 °C
Min. Setpoint
Minimum pressure for very low outside temperature
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: 70 Pa
Volume control 5.01 and 5.02
Basic setting 5.01 and 5.02
Main menu
Base setup
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
Base setup
Mode
Mode selection e.g. 5.01
5.01
Mode
Base setup
DSG200
E1 Analog In
E1 Analog In
The sensor input is factory set for modes of group 5 to sensor type “DSG200 ”.
Measuring range: 0...200 Pa
Output signal: 0 - 10 V
Connection terminals: “E1”, “GND”, “24V”
Other settable sensors / measuring ranges:
• “DSG 50”, “DSG100”, “DSG200”, “DSG300”, “DSG500”, “DSG1000”,
“DSG2000”, “DSG4000”, “DSG6000”, INT300, INT500 (numerical data
measuring range [Pa], output signal 0 - 10 V). Type designation DSG...
pressure
sensor with new type designation MPG..
• 0 - 10 V, 0 - 20 mA, 4 - 20 mA (for sensors with free measuring range and linear
characteristic)
The sensor measuring range must be entered for sensors with free measuring range in
order to display the actual value correctly.
Example with a 0 - 10 V sensor and 0 - 400 Pa measurement range:
E1 Analog In = 0 - 10 V, E1 Min. = 0,0 Pa, E1 Max. = 400 Pa
Base setup
75
E1 K-Factor
Base setup
K Factor
Input of the “K factor” dependent on the fan (inlet duct).
setting range: 0...5000
Factory setting: 75
E1 Offset
Sensor calibration with calibrated comparison device.
0.0 Pa
E1 Offset
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Base setup
0 m3/h
E1 Setpoint min
Base setup
1060 m3/h
E1 Setpoint max
Base setup
OFF
E2 Function
Programming
E1 Setpoint min (function depending on the software version available)
Limitation of the adjustable setpoint (see settings for operation)
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: minimum measurement value
E1 Setpoint max (function depending on the software version available)
Limitation of the adjustable setpoint (see settings for operation)
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: maximum measurement value
E2 Function
The second signal input is not activated at the factory for modes with one sensor.
The function is automatically jointly programmed in operating modes using two sensors. The second analog input is thus allocated and additional function allocations are
not possible.
Modes with two sensors
For 5.02 E2 Function at |6E | preprogrammed = sensor for setpoint lowering.
Preprogrammed sensor type “TF.. ”
•
Adjustable “E2 function” for modes with one sensor
• |1E | = external setpoint e.g. by external signal (0 - 10 V) instead of setting “Setpoint
0 - 100 % setting range.
1”. 0 - 10 V
|
2E
|
=
External
manual operation via external signal (0 - 10 V). Switch over
•
between settings on the device and external manual operation via digital input (
IO Setup: function |7D | ).
• |3E | = Sensor average to E1
• |4E | = Sensor comparison to E1
• |5E | = Sensor difference to E1
• |7E | = Measurement value = Measurement value e.g. for limit indication, display in
Info menu “E2 Actual”.
base setup / operation
• |8E | ... |13E | = sensor input for control circuit 2
with second control circuit.
9.5.2
Setting for operation modes 5.01 ... 5.02
5.01
5.02
Volume control, Setpoint in m3/h
Volume control for ventilation systems setpoint depending on outdoor temperature
Settings for controller output with function |2A | (by analogue signal
members menu).
Main menu
IO Setup, by MODBUS
Setting
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
530 m3h
Setpoint1
Setpoint1
Setting Setpoint in m3/h
Setting range: depending on measuring range of sensor and “K factor”
Factory setting: 530 m3/h
----Setpoint2
Setpoint2
Setting “Setpoint 2” e.g. reduced value for night operation.
Switch over Setpoint 1/2 by external contact (display as long as no allocation is carried
out: | - - - - - |
IO Setup).
Setting
Setting
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Setting
530 m3h
Pband
Setting
0%
Min. Speed
Setting
100 %
Max. Speed
Setting
OFF
Manual mode
Setting
100 %
Speed manual
Programming
Pband
Narrow control range = Short control times
Wide control range = Longer control times and more stable control
Setting range: depending on measuring range of sensor and “K factor”
Factory setting: 530 m3/h
Min. Speed
Setting range: 0... “Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 0 %
Maximal Speed
Setting range: 100 %... “Min. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
Manual mode
“OFF” = automatic control as function of the set parameters (Factory setting)
“ON” = automatic control without function, speed setting in menu “Speed manual”
Speed manual
Manual speed setting without influence by the external signal.
IO Setup).
Activation by menu “Manual mode” or external contact at digital input (
Setting range: 0...100 % “Min. Speed”... “Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
For information about deactivated regulation the adjusted value for manual speed is
indicated alternating with the actual value.
Additional menu item for mode 5.02 with outside-temperature dependent target-setpoint
Outside-temperature dependent target-setpoint
Sollwert 1
[m3/h]
Sollwert 2
[m3/h]
An outside temperature compensation can be
activated (sensor connection “E2” to “Analog In
2”) when being operated as a air volume regulation device.
An optimal building climate, e.g., can be
achieved through this. Through this function,
the set and active Setpoint 1/2 is automatically
changed proportional to the measured outside
temperature (
Info: “Setpoint control”).
P-min SA
[m3/h]
Außentemperatur
-15 °C
min. Temperatur
30 °C
T-Start
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S1 Setpoint1
S2 Setpoint2
P-Min SA Minimum air volume
T-min Minimum temperature
T-Start Setpoint reducing will start below this outside temperature
AT Outdoor temperature
Setting
30.0 K
T-Band SA
Setting
15.0 °C
T-Start SA
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T-Band SA
Temperature range in which the setpoint change continiously with outside temperature
Setting range: 0.0..100.0 K
Factory setting: 30.0 K
T-Start SA
Setpoint reducing will start below this outside temperature
Setting range: -10.0...40.0 °C
Factory setting: 15.0 °C
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Setting
700 m3h
Min. Setpoint
9.6
9.6.1
Programming
Min. Setpoint
Minimum pressure for very low outside temperature
Setting range: depending on measuring range of sensor and “K factor”
Factory setting: 700 m3/h
Air velocity control 6.01
Base setup 6.01
Main menu
Base setup
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
Base setup
Mode
Mode selection 6.01
6.01
Mode
Base setup
MAL1
E1 Analog In
E1 Analog In
The sensor input is factory set for mode 6.01 to sensor type “MAL1 ”.
Measuring range: 0...1 m/s
Output signal: 0 - 10 V
Connection terminals: “E1”, “GND”, “24V”
Other settable sensors / measuring ranges:
• MAL10 (0...10 m/s, output signal 0 - 10 V)
• MAL15 * (0...15 m/s, output signal 0 - 10 V)
• MAL20 * (0...20 m/s, output signal 0 - 10 V)
• 0 - 10 V, 0 - 20 mA, 4 - 20 mA (for sensors with free measuring range and linear
characteristic)
The sensor measuring range must be entered for sensors with free measuring range in
order to display the actual value correctly.
Example 0 - 10 V sensor and measuring range 0 - 5 M/s:
E1 Analog In = 0 - 10 V, E1 Unit = m/s, E1 Decimals = 1, E1 Min. = 0,0 m/s, E1 Max. =
5 m/s
* Alternative measuring ranges which can be selected by jumpers for sensor type
MAL10.
Base setup
0.00 m/s
E1 Offset
Base setup
0.00 m/s
E1 Setpoint min
Base setup
1.00 m/s
E1 Setpoint max
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E1 Offset
Sensor calibration with calibrated comparison device.
The current “E1 Actual” is displayed including the offset set here.
E1 Setpoint min (function depending on the software version available)
Limitation of the adjustable setpoint (see settings for operation)
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: minimum measurement value
E1 Setpoint max (function depending on the software version available)
Limitation of the adjustable setpoint (see settings for operation)
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: maximum measurement value
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Base setup
OFF
E2 Function
9.6.2
Programming
Adjustable “E2 Function”
• |1E | = external setpoint e.g. by external signal (0 - 10 V) instead of setting “Setpoint
0 - 100 % sensor measuring range.
1”. 0 - 10 V
• |2E | = External manual operation via external signal (0 - 10 V). Switch over
between settings on the device and external manual operation via digital input (
IO Setup: function |7D | ).
• |3E | = Sensor average to E1
• |4E | = Sensor comparison to E1
• |5E | = Sensor difference to E1
• |6E | = sensor for outdoor temperature-dependent setpoint adaptation, preprogrammed sensor type “TF..”.
– Menu group “Setting” additional parameter: T-Band, T-Start SA, Min. Setpoint.
– Menu group “Info” additional parameter: Setpoint control
– Example
Setting for operation 4.01 ... 4.03 / additional menu items.
• |7E | = Measurement value = Measurement value e.g. for limit indication, display in
Info menu “E2 Actual”.
base setup / operation
• |8E | ... |13E | = sensor input for control circuit 2
with second control circuit.
Settings for operation modes 6.01
6.01
Air velocity control, Setpoint in m/s
Settings for controller output with function |2A | (by analogue signal
members menu).
Main menu
IO Setup, by MODBUS
Setting
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
Base setup
0.50 m/s
Setpoint1
Base setup
-----
Setpoint1
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: 0.50 m/s
Setpoint2
Setting “Setpoint 2” e.g. reduced value for night operation.
Switch over Setpoint 1/2 by external contact (display as long as no allocation is carried
out: | - - - - - |
IO Setup).
Setpoint2
Base setup
0.50 m/s
Pband
Base setup
0%
Min. Speed
Base setup
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Pband
Narrow control range = Short control times
Wide control range = Longer control times and more stable control
Setting range: in measuring range of sensor
Factory setting: 0.50 m/s
Min. Speed
Setting range: 0... “Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 0 %
Max. Speed
Setting range: 100 %... “Min. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
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Programming
100 %
Max. Speed
Base setup
OFF
Manual mode
Base setup
100 %
Speed manual
9.7
Manual mode
“OFF” = automatic control as function of the set parameters (Factory setting)
“ON” = automatic control without function, speed setting in menu “Speed manual”
Speed manual
Manual speed setting without influence by the external signal.
IO Setup).
Activation by menu “Manual mode” or external contact at digital input (
Setting range: 0...100 % “Min. Speed”... “Max. Speed”
Factory setting: 100 %
For information about deactivated regulation the adjusted value for manual speed is
indicated alternating with the actual value.
Menu group Start
Main menu
Start
Start
Settings
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
Start
----PIN input
PIN input
The service menu for the installation can be protected against unintentional changes
by a pin code. With further pin codes putting back to pre-setting is possible.
PIN 0010
Opening service menu, if PIN-protection activated.
PIN 1234
Freischalten Menu group “Setting”.
Controller Setup)
if “set protection” = “ON” (
PIN 9090
Restore user setting.
PIN 9091
Save user setting (corresponds function “Save user setup” = “ON”
Controller Setup)
PIN 9095
Restore factory setting = delivery status
Exception:
The stored events in the “Protocol” menu are retained after resetting to factory setting!
Start
GB
Language
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Menu language by the factory set to English.
In this menu different national languages can be selected (GB = English, D = German
...).
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OFF
US Einheiten
Start
OFF
Reset
Start
1.01
Mode
Start
12.00
xxx
Start
Programming
US Einheiten
The display can be switched between SI units and imperial (US) units =>US units ON.
SI units (factory setting): °C, bar, Pa, m3/h, K-Factor, m/s
Imperial (US) units: °F , psi, in.wg, cfm, K-Faktor US, ft/s
Settings for temperature differences (with SI units in K) are also made for Imperial units
(US) in °F (Δ 1.8 °F Δ 1 K).
Conversion factors:
• Temperature: t / °F = 1,8 x t °C + 32.
• Pressure: 1,0 psi = 0,069 bar, 1,0 in.wg = 254 Pa
• Air flow: 1,0 cfm = 0.5885 m3/h, inlet ring: K-Factor US = 9,3 x K-Factor SI
• Speed: 1.0 ft/s = 0.3048 m/s
In order to refresh the display, the desired mode must be confirmed again after switching over the units (
Base setup)!
Reset
Complete re-start of the device
Mode
Query of the operating mode (e.g. 1.01 for speed controller)
Device name
Display of device name and software version
Individual unit number
SN: 154036311039
9.8
Menu group Info
The first menu item in the Info menu group is displayed (display dependent on selected mode) after switching on
the line voltage or after exiting the setting menu with the Esc key combination.
Settings cannot be made in this menu group!
Info for mode speed controller 1.01
Info
0%
Control
Info
0%
Set external1
Level modulation control output.
The percentage modulation factor is displayed in addition to the bar chart.
Display of the currently active default signal.
The percentage corresponds to the internal actuation of the device under consideration
of the settings “Min. speed” and “Max. speed”.
0 - 100 %
0 - 10 V, 10 - 0 V, 0 - 20 mA, 20 - 0 mA, 4 - 20 mA, 20 - 4 mA
Display:
The device operates at:
“Set external1”
Signal to “E1” / “GND”
“Set external2”
Signal to “E2” / “GND”
“Set Internal1”
Menu “Set Intern1”
“Setpoint2”
Menu “Set Intern2”
Info for mode controller 2.01 ... 6.01
Info
0 °C
E1-E2 actual
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Current actual value difference sensor 1 - sensor 2 (unit depending on the programming).
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Info
0 °C
Control value
Info
Programming
Only for mode 2.04 , 3.03 , 3.04 (E2 function = |4E | )
The highest value determined automatically from two sensor measuring values which
is used as the actual value for the control (unit depending on programming).
Only for mode 2.04 programmed for averaging (E2 function = |3E | ).
49.9 °C
Average E1/E2
Info
Current actual value measured at sensor 1 (unit depending on programming).
0 °C
E1 Actual
Info
0 °C
E2 Actual
Info
0 °C
Setpoint1
Display for “actual value 2” for operation with two sensors.
Display if function not active: | - - - - - |
Display of the active target value at which the device operates.
“Setpoint1” Menu “Setting”
“Setpoint2” Menu “Setting”
“Ext. Setpoint” = setting by external signal 0-10 V. With activated manual mode the
display constantly changes between actual value and value for manual mode.
Display for operation with two control circuits:
“1.Setpoint 1” or “1.Setpoint 2” for control circuit 1
“2.Setpoint 1” or “2.Setpoint 2” for control circuit 2
Info
100.0 Pa
Setpoint control
Info
0%
Modulation
Only for mode 4.02 , 4.03 , 5.02 with setpoint depending on outdoor temperature (E2
function = |6E | ).
Level modulation control output.
In addition to the bar chart, the level of the output voltage is indicated.
The modulation for each control circuit is displayed in operation with two control
circuits:
“1. Modulation” for control circuit 1
“2. Modulation” for control circuit 2
Info
OFF
Min. speed cut off
Momentarily status for minimum speed cut off
“ON” = switch off, if Setpoint (+/- “Min. speed cut off”) is reached.
“OFF” = no switch off that means operation with minimum rate of air.
Display for operation with two control circuits:
“1. Min. speed cut off” for control circuit 1
“2. Min. speed cut off” for control circuit 2
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9.9
9.9.1
Programming
Controller Setup
PIN protection activate, PIN0010
Controller Setup
OFF
PIN Protection
The adjustments for the installation in the service level can be protected against
unintentional modifications. To do this, activate the “PIN protection” = “ON”.
In order to simplify the initial start-up operation, the service level in the factory setting is
free = “OFF” i.e. accessible without PIN 0010.
Available menu groups with activated PIN-protection
Main menu
Start
Setting
Protocol
If PIN-protection is switched on, it automatically becomes active after about 15 minutes without keys
being pressed.
Possibilities for early activation of PIN protection:
• Execute the “Reset” function in the “Start” menu group.
• By switching the mains voltage off and then on again.
Information
After installation of the device has been carried out, “PIN-Protection” should be activated = “ON”
9.9.2
Set protection activate, PIN 1234
Controller Setup
OFF
Set protection
The “Settings” menu for the user’s basic settings (Setpoint, default value, min, max ..)
are freely accessible when using the factory settings (i.e. without “PIN”).
If necessary, these can also be protected against unauthorized modifications by using
a “PIN 1234” . For this, the settings protection must be programmed to “ON”. The
settings menu is then no longer visible without inputting a PIN!
Function only in combination with activated PIN-Protection!
Available menu groups with activated PIN-protection + setting protection
Menu
Start
Protocol
9.9.3
Save user settings restore with PIN 9090
Controller Setup
OFF
Save User Setup
The individually made device configurations (User Setting) can be saved here (corresponds to PIN 9091).
By entering PIN 9090 the individually made device configurations can be reestablished
Start - PIN Input).
(
A file (userconf.csv) is generated and saved on the main drive (root directory) when
saving the user setting.
The data can be accessed via the ZAset program.
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Programming
Information
By entering the “PIN 9095” in the “PIN” menu of the “Start” menu group the device is reset to the asdelivered state (except for the saved events in the “Protocol”menu).
Any changes that have been made to the settings are thus lost.
Sensor Alarm ON / OFF
The inputs “E1 Analogue In” and if Sensor 2 is activated “E2 Analogue In” are monitored.
In case of an interruption or short-circuit in the sensor conductor, or in case of measured values that
lie outside of the device’s measurement range, a time-delayed fault indication takes place.
Function only in controller mode (from 2.01 )!
Controller Setup
ON
Alarm sensors
Controller Setup
OFF
Alarm sensors
Sensor 1
With “AlarmSensors” = “OFF” areindicated sensor disturbances as “Message” alternating to the actual value and stored in
the menu of “Protocol”.
Sensor 1
Limit
Analog Out [V]
L= 70% Min.= 0 % Max. = 100 %
10
MODBUS Out [%]
“Limit value” = max. possible modulation (e.g.
speed reduction during night operation by
time switch).
Setting range: “Limit” = “Min. Speed” to “Max.
Speed”.
Factory setting: 100 %
max. modulation, i.
e. no limit.
Setting depending on device tye in: % or rpm.
100
90
9
----Limit
After allocation of a digital input (
IO Setup) an adjustable limitation of the modulation
can be activated via a digital input (“D1”, “D2”, ..).
Display as long as no allocation has been carried out in “IO Setup”: | - - - - |
The limitation influences both outputs in operation with two control circuits.
L = 70% Min. = 35 % Max. = 85 %
80
8
Controller Setup
L 70
7
9.9.5
With “Alarm Sensors” = “ON” (factory setting). Indicated
sensor disturbances are displayed as “Alarm” alternating to
the actual value and stored in the menu of “Protocol”.
A programmed alarm relay (factory setting relay K2) indicates
the sensor failure.
60
5
50
6
9.9.4
4
40
Min.
2
3
30
20
1
10
0%
I
S
50 %
R
100 % D
I
P
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Limit (idealized principle diagram)
MODBUS Out: speed setting over MODBUS
Analog Out: speed setting over analog output 0 - 10 V
L Limit
S Setpoint
R Pband
D Speed controller: setting signal
P P-controller: control deviation
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9.9.6
Programming
Minimum speed cut off
Controller Setup
OFF
Min. speed cut off
This function is primarily significant for installation of the device as a pure P Controller
in refrigeration and air-conditioning technology.
For operation mode speed controller 1.01 without function!
Analog Out [V]
10
9
Max. = 100 %
8
7
40
Min. 35 %
-2.0 K
4
50
5
60
6
80
70
30
3
Min.
20
2
Msco. e.g. -2.0 K
It takes place a disconnection from setting “Min.
speed”to “0”, if the given difference is reached related to the desired value.
At a plus value (+) before reaching the desired value
At a minus value (-) after falling below the desired
value.
90
10
1
Msco = OFF (factory setting)
If no “Min. speed” is adjusted, the fan stops with
reaching the desired value.
If “Min. speed” is adjusted (e.g. 20%), then no disconnection of the fan takes place. I.e., always a
minimum ventilation is ensured (fan does not go
under setting “Min. speed”).
MODBUS Out [%]
Display for operation with two control circuits:
“1. Min. speed cut off” for control circuit 1
“2. Min. speed cut off” for control circuit 2
I
20 °C
S
7K
R
27 °C
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Minimum speed cut off (idealized principle diagram)
MODBUS Out: speed setting over MODBUS
Analog Out: speed setting over analog output 0 - 10 V
S Setpoint
R Pband
I Actual value
9.9.7
Reverse action of the control function
Controller Setup
ON
Val>Set=n+
For the effect of the regulation there are two functions:
• ON for “Val>Set=n+” increasing Fanlevel for increasing actual value over
Setpoint.
• OFF for “Val>Set=n+” increasing Fanlevel for decreasing actual value below
Setpoint.
Display for operation with two control circuits:
“1. Actual>Set=n” for control circuit 1
“2. Actual>Set=n” for control circuit 2
For special applications an external switch over of the control function is possible (
IO Setup).
Factory setting depending
on selected mode
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Example for temperature control (Idealized principle diagram)
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4.01 ...
OFF
5.01 ...
OFF
6.01 ...
OFF
80
70
Analog Out [V]
10
MODBUS Out [%]
90
9
ON
8
3.01 ...
100
7
ON
60
6
non
2.01 ...
50
5
1.01
40
20
2
10
1
30
4
Controller
function
OFF
ON
3
Mode
Programming
I
R
S
R
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MODBUS Out: speed setting over MODBUS
Analog Out: speed setting over analog output 0 - 10 V
R Pband
S Setpoint
I Actual value
OFF for Val>Set=n+ = heating function
ON for Val>Set=n+ = cooling function
9.9.8
Controller configuration
The “controller configuration” is automatically carried out during selection of the application related
mode of operation (Base setup). The factory presets in accordance with the mode of operation are
based on many years of experience, which is suitable for many applications. Under special circumstances, these can be individually adapted ( Menu group “setting”).
Controller Setup
P
Type of control
The type of control determines the method with which the controlled value behaves in
case of a difference between the target and current values. For this, the control
technology has standard algorithms, which consist of a combination of three methods:
Selection P, PID:
• P control (Proportional component, proportion of the absolute deviation)
• I control (Integral component, proportion of the sum of all deviations)
• D control (Differential component, proportion of the last difference)
Display for operation with two control circuits:
“1.Controller type” for control circuit 1
“2.Controller type” for control circuit 2
With pure P controllers (controller type P), the following described settings do not have any function.
If needed, the most suitable combination for the respective control system can be determined from these
proportions.
The control configuration (KP, KI, KD, TI) is identical for both control circuits in operation with two control circuits.
Fine adjustment is possible for each control circuit by the separate “Pband” setting.
Controller Setup
50 %
KP
Controller Setup
50 %
KI
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P-component = reaction time
Setting range: 0 - 200 %
smaller = more slowly
bigger = faster
I-component = accuracy, correction time
Setting range: 0 - 200 %
bigger = faster
smaller = more slowly
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D-component
More “D-component” causes more stability by a clean actual value signal with shorter
correction times
By a actual value signal with a superposition should be done to attitude without “Dcomponent” → 0 %
Setting range: 0 - 200 %
value smaller = less “D-component”
value higher = more “D-component”
Controller Setup
50 %
KD
Integration time = correction time
Setting range: 0 - 200 %
smaller = faster
bigger = more slowly
Controller Setup
0%
TI
9.9.9
Programming
Group control
Fan groups can be activated by the analogue outputs “A1” and “A2”, the relay outputs “K1” and “K2” or
by the RS-485 interface for MODBUS RTU.
Controller Setup
0
Group version
Setting range 0 / 1
Following group versions are available:
• 0: One controlled group and up to three switched groups (factory setting)
• 1: Two controlled groups
Group control via analogue outputs and relays
• The groups must be connected at the appropriate programmed output when activating by the
analogue outputs and relays.
• The assignment of the analogue outputs and the relays for the group control takes place in the IO
Setup.
• The number of possible groups depends on the available hardware outputs in the MODBUS Master
(maximum of 4 groups possible).
Group control im MODBUS Master Operation
• If controlling via MODBUS, an individual function can be programmed for each group device.
• The virtual outputs are assigned after the menu group “MODBUS Master” for the respective
component “fan 1”..“fan xx”.
The
number of possible groups does not depend on the available hardware outputs in the
•
MODBUS Master (maximum of 4 groups possible).
Group functions (
IO Setup)
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Analog output A1, A2
MODBUS A1, A2
|2A | = Group 1
|5A | = Group 2
|11A | = Group 3
|12A | = Group 4
Relay output K1, K2
|8K | = Group 2
|12K | = Group 3
|13K | = Group 4
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Programming
Information
• Group activation by analogue output, relay and MODBUS can also be combined.
• Ensure an ascending and complete sequence when assigning the groups. This means that if, for
example, the function for a fourth group was assigned for an output, there must already be an
assignment for groups 2 and 3 (
IO Setup).
The
group
control
only
becomes
active
once a group function is allocated to an output (analogue,
•
relay, MODBUS).
9.9.9.1
Variant “0”: One controlled group and up to three switched groups
The programming described below applies equally for group control by analogue outputs, relay
outputs and MODBUS.
For group control by the analogue outputs “A1” / “A2” and the relay outputs “K1” and “K2”, the
available outputs must be observed in the selection of the version (combinations are possible).
Example: Required assignment for a controlled and a switched group
• For activation by analogue output ( IO Setup) or MODBUS ( MODBUS Master)
– Function |A | for group 1 (0 - 100 % controlled)
– Function |5A | for group 2 (0 / 100 % switched)
• For activation of Group 2 by relay ( IO Setup)
– Function |A | for group 1 (0 - 100 % controlled)
– Function |8K | for group 2 (ON / OFF switched)
The function |11A | must be allocated additionally to Group 3 for one controlled and two switched
groups.
The function |12A | must be allocated additionally to Group 4 for one controlled and three switched
groups.
Controller Setup
50 %
Group 2 ON value
Controller Setup
45 %
OFF Value Group2
Controller Setup
20 %
nmin at Group2
Controller Setup
70 %
Group 3 ON value
Controller Setup
65 %
OFF Value Group3
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Group 2 ON value
Switch-on value for Group2
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 50 % *
OFF Value Group2
Switch-off value for group2
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 45 % *
nmin at Group2
Minimum Value for Group2
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 20 % *
Group 3 ON value
Switch-on value for Group3
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 70 % *
OFF Value Group3
Switch-off value for group3
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 65 *
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Controller Setup
30 %
nmin at Group3
Controller Setup
85 %
Group 4 ON value
Controller Setup
80 %
OFF Value Group4
Controller Setup
40 %
nmin at Group4
*
Programming
nmin at Group3
Minimum Value for Group3
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 30 % *
Group 4 ON value
Switch-on value for Group4
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 85 % *
OFF Value Group4
Switch-off value for group4
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 80 % *
nmin at Group4
Minimum Value for Group4
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 40 % *
Display as long as no group assignment via analogue output, relay, MODBUS: |- - - - |
Higher settings must be selected for following groups and the switch-off value of the group must be
below the switch-on value.
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Programming
Example version “0” via MODBUS
Signal
Analog
In
MODBUS Master
MODBUS Out [%]
On controlled group and three switched groups
G3 ON @ 70 %
G2 ON @ 50 %
G4 ON @ 85 %
100
90
1A (1D+), 1B (D-)
2A 5A 11A 12A
MODBUS Out
2A = Standard
80
MODBUS
70
A (D+)
B (D-)
Controller
Slave
0...100 %
A (D+)
B (D-)
Controller
Slave
0 / 100 %
60
G1 2A
50
nmin @
G4= 40 %
40
G4 OFF
30
M
M
G1
G2
20
G2 OFF
G3 OFF
nmin @
G2= 20 %
nmin @
G3= 30 %
10
S
0
A (D+)
B (D-)
Controller
Slave
0 / 100 %
A (D+)
B (D-)
Controller
Slave
0 / 100 %
M
M
G4
G3
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10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90 100
0...100 %
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MODBUS Out: speed setting over MODBUS
S: Modulation level of the controller in %
G1: Group 1
G2: Group 2
G3: Group 3
G4: Group 4
G2, G3, G4 ON: ON Value Group2, 3, 4
G2, G3, G4, OFF: OFF Value Group2, 3, 4
nmin@G 2, 3, 4: nmin at Group2, 3, 4
MODBUS Out Standard: Diagram wihout group control
Function
Group 1 is continuously controlled (0 - 100 %), the other groups are switched on and off depending on
the degree of modulation (0 / 100%).
If the modulation level exceeds the switch-on point “ON Value Group2”, the MODBUS Master switches
on the second group and the speed of the first group is reduced to an adjustable minimal value “nmin
at Group2”.
Then the speed of the first group increases to maximum within the remaining range.
If a third group is programmed up to switch-on point “ON Value Group3” etc.
Switch-off point “OFF Value Group2” at diminishing speed requirement.
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9.9.9.2
Programming
Version “1”: Two controlled groups
The programming described below applies equally for group control by the analogue outputs “A1” /
“A2” and by the MODBUS interface.
Required allocation: Function |2A | for activation of Group1, function |5A | for Group2.
Group 2 ON value
Switch-on value for Group2
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 50 % *
Controller Setup
50 %
Group 2 ON value
OFF Value Group2
Switch-off value for group2
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 45 % *
Controller Setup
45 %
OFF Value Group2
nmin at Group2
Minimum Value for Group2
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 20 % *
Controller Setup
20 %
nmin at Group2
*
Display as long as no group assignment via analogue output, relay, MODBUS: |- - - - |
0 – 10 V
5A
0 – 10 V
90
G1
80
MODBUS
0...100 %
0...100 %
Controller
Slave
0...100 %
Controller
Slave
60
6
Controller
Slave
A (D+)
B (D-)
50
5
Controller
Slave
A (D+)
B (D-)
Analog
In
G2 ON = 50 %
G2
Analog / MODBUS Out
@ G2 = 5A
0...100 %
M
G1
G2
G1
G2
30
3
M
20
2
M
nmin @ G2 = 20 %
G2 OFF = 45 %
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10
1
M
4
40
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Analog / MODBUS Out
@ G1 = 2A
7
70
Analog
In
x1
2A
1.
4
1A (1D+), 1B (D-)
x
5A
Analog / MODBUS Out
2A = Standard
100
10
Analog Out
A2
2A
Analog
In
9
Analog Out
A1
MODBUS
Master
8
Analog
In
Analog Out [V]
Signal
Signal
MODBUS
Master
MODBUS Out [%]
Example version “1”: Two controlled groups
S
Second Group over analog out- Second Group over MODBUS
output
put
Function
If the modulation level of the controller exceeds the switchon point of group 2 (On Value Group2), group 1 is reduced
to “n-min at Group2”. From here on both groups run parallel
at maximum power.
If group control is activated (Function = |5A | ) the gradient of
the output curve of group 1 is automatically increased by
factor 1.4 (gradient without group control = 1).
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0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90 100
0...100 %
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MODBUS Out: speed setting over MODBUS
Analog Out: speed setting over analog output 0 - 10 V
G1: Group 1
G2: Group 2
S: Modulation level of the controller in %
G 2 ON: Group 2 ON value
G2 OFF: OFF Value Group2
nmin @ G2: nmin at Group2
Analog / MODBUS Out Standard: Diagram wihout group control
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9.9.10
Display text for external message
Alternatively to the “External Error” display when an external message occurs (
Setup / Digital Inputs “D1” / “D2” the following error texts can be programmed:
Controller Setup
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
External error
External message
RCD
9.9.11
Programming
IO
EC Motors
Filter
Frost protection
Adiabatik
Firealarm
Pressure switch
Gas alarm
Water alarm
RCD
Residual-current-operated protective device
Offset control signal
Offset control sig. 1
If required, the characteristic of the control signal for control circuit 1 can be adjusted.
To activate this function, re-program the output with function |2A | to function |14A | .
IO Setup.
Setting range: 0 - 50 %
Factory setting: 0 % (characteristic curve unchanged)
Controller Setup
Analog Out [V]
MODBUS Out [%]
0%
Offset control sig. 1
10
Analog Out [V]
100
9
90
A1 Offset (2A) = 0 %
A1 Offset (14A) = 50 %
70
7
60
6
8
80
A1 Offset (14A) = -10 %
5
50
4
40
20
2
10
1
3
30
Analog In 1
0
0
0
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1
2
10
2
4
20
3
6
30
4
8
40
5
10
50
6
12
60
7
14
70
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8
16
80
10 0...10 V
9
18 20 0...20 mA
90 100 0...100 % PWM
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.9.12
Programming
Selection amplifier (comparator) control circuit 1 or 2 at output A1
Controller Setup
OFF
Selection amplifier
If using two control circuits, the control circuit with the higher modulation can be
selected to affect the power component of the device.
This function can be used for refrigeration systems with combined refrigerant circuit
and floating brine pressure control circuits, for example.
Example:
• Control circuit 1 is used for the refrigerant circuit. A pressure sensor is connected to
determine the actual value. The setpoint and control range are set in bar.
• Control circuit 2 is used for the brine pressurised circuit. A temperature sensor is
connected to determine the actual value. The setpoint and control range are set in
C° / K.
• Depending on which control circuit produces the higher modulation (depending on
the measured and set values), the pressure control or temperature control is used as
a specification for the power component.
Selection amplifier = OFF (factory setting)
No comparison of the two control circuits.
Selection amplifier = ON
Comparison of the modulation of control circuit 1 and control circuit 2 with automatic
control active at the highest value.
Controller 1
Comparator
C1
Sensor 2
Controller 2
A2
C2
Sensor 1
A1
Cout
Cout = C1 @ C1 > C2
Cout = C2 @ C2 > C1
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9.9.13
Data on the total control deviation
The total control deviation is comprised of the sum of the control deviations for performance quantities
and work quantities combined and refers to the specified areas.
In direct reference to the acquired input and controlled variables, the maximum deviation to the target
value is < ± 5 %. By activating the menu-assisted adjustment, the total control deviation can be
reduced to a value of < ± 1 %.
For indirect reference of the acquired input value to the controlled variable, i.e., two physical variables
still need to be converted, the deviation can be reduced to < ± 5 % through adjustment.
In the case of an internal default value through the integrated or external terminal, the control deviation
remains at < ±0.5%.
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9.10
9.10.1
Programming
IO Setup
Analog outputs “A1”/ “A2”
IO Setup
The analog outputs 0 - 10 V (A1 and A2) can be allocated with various functions.
1. Control signal
(2A)
A1 Function
With the settings “A1 min.” / “A2 min.” and “A1 max.” / “A2 max.” the characteristic of
the output voltage can be adapted.
IO Setup
0.0 V
A1 min.
IO Setup
10.0 V
A1 max.
Setting range:
“A1 min.” / “A2 min.” = 0 - 10 V
“A1 max.” / “A2 max.” = 0 - 10 V
Factory setting:
“A1 min.” / “A2 min.” = 0 V
“A1 max.” / “A2 max.” = 10 V
The setting for “A1 min.” / “A2 min.” must be below “A1 max.” / “A2 max.”.
IO Setup
OFF
A1 Inverting
Function
OFF
Inverting of the output voltage is possible with the settings “A1 Inverting” / “A2
Inverting”.
Factory setting: Inverting = “OFF”
Description
no function
Constant voltage 10 V Constant voltage +10 V
Factory setting for “A2” at operation with one control circuit.
(1A)
Controlled
0 - 10 V output for control circuit 1 (factory setting for “A1”)
1. Control signal
(2A)
E1
(3A)
proportional input “E1”
E2
(4A)
proportional input “E2”
Group2
(5A)
Group control (
Controller Setup - group 2)
2.Cooling
(6A)
Only for mode 2.03 temperature controller with additional functions.
Controller output 2 with rising activation at Actual>Nominal = Cool.
2.Heating
(7A)
Only for mode 2.03 temperature controller with additional functions.
Controller output 2 with rising activation at Actual<Nominal = Heat.
2. control signal
(8A)
Controlled 0 - 10 V output for control circuit 2 (factory setting for “A2” at operation
with second control circuit).
Control circuit 2 can be activated by programming the E2 function if required (
Base
setup / operation with second control circuit).
Speed
(9A)
proportionally 1.Control signal
Group3
(11A)
Group control (
Controller Setup - group 3)
Group4
(12A)
Group control (
Controller Setup - group 4)
Offset control sig. 1
(14A)
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Offset control signal 1
Controller Setup
Setting offset
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“A1 min.” / “A2 min.” and “A1 max.” / “A2 max.”
Programming
Function | 3A | / | 4A |
Analog
Out
10 V
10 V
A max: 10 – 5V
5V
5V
A min: 0 – 5V
Funktion
Signal
0
50
100 0 -100 %
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0
10
1
9
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
5
6
4
7
3
8
2
9
1
10
0
0
20
4
2
18
5,6
4
16
7,2
6
14
8,8
8
12
10,4
10
10
12
12
14
16
18
8
6
4
2
13,6 15,2 16,8 18,4
20
0
20
20
-27
-16.8
18,4 16,8 15,2 13,6
-6.6 3.6 13.8
12
24
10,4 8,8 7,2 5,6
34,2 44.4 54.6 64.8
4
+75
0 – 10 V
10 – 0 V
0 – 20 mA
20 – 0 mA
4 – 20 mA
20 – 4 mA
TF.. (KTY)
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9.10.2
9.10.2.1
Digital inputs “D1” / “D2”
Menu overview
IO Setup
OFF
D1 Function
Possible functions for D1
following table.
IO Setup
OFF
D1 Inverting
IO Setup
ON
D1 Busmode
To invert the function, switch to “ON” (display | - - - - | as long as no function is allocated
for D1).
With networking the digital inputs can be replaced by control over bus (Slave interface
2A/2B).
With mode of operation 4.03 pre-setting of “D1” is |ON | .
If bus mode is at |ON | , the digital input can be set by coil register c0 for D1.
IO Setup
OFF
D2 Function
Possible functions for D2
following table.
IO Setup
OFF
D2 Inverting
IO Setup
ON
D2 Busmode
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To invert the function, switch to “ON” (display | - - - - | as long as no function is allocated
for D2).
With networking the digital inputs can be replaced by control over bus (Slave interface
2A/2B).
With mode of operation 4.03 pre-setting of “D2” is |ON | .
If bus mode is at |ON | , the digital input can be set by coil register c1 for D2.
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Programming
If the digital inputs have the same function allocation (also applies for timer function)
you can choose between an AND and OR operation.
IO Setup
OG
D - D Relation
OR operation (factory setting). The function becomes active when one of the digital
inputs or the timer is activated.
AND operation. The function becomes active when all digital inputs or also the timer
are activated.
Function
OFF
Enable
(1D)
External error
(2D)
Limit
(3D)
Description
no function (factory setting)
Enable (remote control) “ON” / “OFF”
External alarm indication
“Limit” ON / OFF
Influences control circuit 1 and control circuit 2 in operation with two control circuits
E1 / E2
(4D)
Switch over input “E1” / “E2” (for operation with one control circuit)
Reset
(10D)
Complete re-start of the device
Max. Speed
(11D)
Setting Max. Speed “ON” / “OFF”
Influences the respectively set value “1. Max. Speed” and “2. Max. Speed” in operation
with two control circuits.
Override Time
(21D)
Overwrite timer function (in operation with timer)
The timer output is overwritten for a settable time with a selectable status (ON / OFF).
For Mode Speed controller 1.01
Setpoint1/2
(5D)
Setpoint int./ext.
(6D)
Switch over “Set Intern1” / “Set Intern2”
“Setting External 1” must be at “OFF”.
Switch over “Intern” / “Extern”
For modes as controller (from 2.01. )
Setpoint1/2
(5D)
Switch over “Setpoint 1” / “Setpoint 2”for control circuit1
Setpoint int./ext.
(6D)
Switch over “Intern” / “Extern”
Possible only for operation with one control circuit!
Control/Manual
(7D)
Switch over “automatic control” / “Speed manual”
Possible only for operation with one control circuit!
Heating/Cooling
(8D)
Switch over control function (e.g. “heating” / “cooling”)
1.Setp+Pband1/2
(15D)
for control circuit 1: Switch over Setpoint 1/2 and Pband 1/1
When programming this function, “Setting” additionally lists the parameter: “1.Pband 1.
for control circuit 1”
Only active in operation with a second control circuit
E1 / E2
(4D)
2. Setpoint 1/2
(9D)
2.Setp+Pband1/2
(16D)
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The output for control circuit 2 is set additionally to “A2” to “A1” (regardless of the
programmed function for “A1”). Control circuit 1 has no output for the duration of the
switching.
The switch over input “E1” / “E2” as in operation with one control circuit is no longer
possible.
for control circuit 2: Switch over “2. Setpoint 1” / “2. Setpoint 2”
for control circuit 2: Switch over Setpoint 1/2 and Pband 1/2
When programming this function, “Setting” additionally lists the parameter: “2.Pband 2
for control circuit 2”
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.10.2.2
Programming
Enable ON/OFF function |1D |
Remote ON/OFF by potential-free contact.
Activation of the members (speed setting) by analogue output and MODBUS interface is switched off,
the other signal inputs and outputs stay active.
The device can still be operated in the switched-off state after pressing the “Esc” key combination.
• A programmed operating indicator relay (factory set “K1 function” = |1K | ) reports the switch-off.
• A programmed alarm relay (factory set “K2 function” = |2 K | ) does not report the switch-off.
Info
|STOP | Display STOP for switch OFF
Digital IN 1
24V
•
•
Controller “OFF” with opened contact
Controller “ON” for closed contact
(factory setting).
At “D1 Inverting” = “ON” reversed function,
i.e. device “OFF” when contact closed.
Display for switch-off alternately with actual value
display
D1
Digital IN 1
24V
D1
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ON
OFF
Contact at digital input e.g. “Digital In 1”
Attention!
No disconnection (isolation) when turned off, in accordance with VBG4 §6)!
9.10.2.3
External message, Function |2D |
Connecting an external alarm indication (via floating contact). The device continues to work unchanged during an external indication to the digital input; the alarm symbol appears in the display.
This indication can be issued via the relay contacts (K1 K2) ( IO Setup function K1, K2).
•
•
Indication during closed contact (factory setting): “D1 Inverting” = “OFF ”
Indication during opened contact: “D1 Inverting” = “ON”
Alternative display texts for error message
Controller Setup / display text for
external message.
Info
External error
Display alternating with actual value display
9.10.2.4
Limit ON / OFF, Function |3D |
The value for “Limit” adjusted in the Controller Setup, is activated over a digital input.
Contact e.g. at ditgital input “Digital In 1” (depending on device type at terminals “D1” - “D1”or “D1” “24 V”).
For “D1 Inverting” = “OFF”, limitation active at closed contact.
The limitation influences both outputs in operation with two control circuits.
1
-----
Controller
1 n = 0- 80 %
0 n = 0- 100 %
24V
D1 D1
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0 1
1
Setting “Limit” (depending on device type in: %, Hz, rpm)
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.10.2.5
Programming
Switch over input “E1” / “E2”, function |4D |
(operation with one control cicuit)
Switch over between Input signal 1 (Analog In 1 terminal “E1”) and input signal 2 (Analog In 2 terminal
“E2”).
Contact e.g. at ditgital input “Digital In 1” (depending on device type at terminals “D1” - “D1”or “D1” “24 V”).
Si 1
Si 2
Controller
0
1
E1
Si 1
GND
E2
Si 2
n = 0- 100 %
24V
D1 D1
GND
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0 1
Si 1
Si 2
Signal 1
Signal 2
For mode speed controller ( 1.01 ) Base setup for “E2 Analog In”: |1E | necessary.
For modes controller (from 2.01 ..) Base setup for “E2 Analog In”: |7E | necessary (as far as
otherwise does not occupy).
9.10.2.6
Output control circuit 2 additional to “A2” on “A1”, function |4D |
The output for control circuit 2 is set additionally to “A2” to “A1” (regardless of the programmed function
for |A1 | ). Control circuit 1 has no output for the duration of the switching.
Contact e.g. at ditgital input “Digital In 1” (depending on device type at terminals “D1” - “D1”or “D1” “24 V”).
At “D1” Inverting “OFF” the output of control circuit 2 also influences output “A1” when the contact is
closed.
Controller 1
0
Sensor 2
A1
n = 0 - 100 %
1
Controller 2
A2
Sensor 1
D1
n = 0 - 100 %
24V
D1
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9.10.2.7
Set 1/2 or Setpoint 1/2, Function |5D |
For Mode Speed controller 1.01 : Switch over “Set Intern1” / “Set Intern2 ”
Contact e.g. at ditgital input “Digital In 1” (depending on device type at terminals “D1” - “D1”or “D1” “24 V”).
• “D1 Inverting” = “OFF”: “Set Intern1” at
2
-----
Controller
1
n = 40 %
0
n = 80 %
•
1
24V
D1 D1
-----
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0 1
1
2
Setting “Set Intern1” (depending on device type in: %, Hz, rpm)
Setting “Set Intern2” (depending on device type in: %, Hz, rpm)
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opened contact / “Set Intern2” at closed
contact.
“D1 Inverting” = “ON”: “Set Intern1” at
closed contact / “Set Intern2” at opened
contact.
Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Programming
Operation with “Set Intern2” is signalized by the moon symbol for reduced operation.
“Set extern1” under “settings” must be programmed to “OFF”.
Info
50 %
Modulation
For operation as controller (starting from 2.01 ): switch over “Setpoint 1” / “Setpoint 2”
For operation with second control circuit: switch over “1.Setpoint 1” / “1.Setpoint 2”
Contact e.g. at ditgital input “Digital In 1” (depending on device type at terminals “D1” - “D1”or “D1” “24 V”).
• “D1 Inverting” = “OFF”: “Setpoint1” = 18 °C
2
-----
Controller
n = 0 – 100 %
1
•
24V
D1 D1
-----
Sensor
at opened contact / “Setpoint2” = 25 °C at
closed contact.
“D1 Inverting” = “ON”: “Setpoint1” = 18 °C
at closed contact / “Setpoint2” = 25 °C at
opened contact.
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0 1
1
2
Setting “Setpoint 1” or “1.Setpoint 1” (display in operation with two
control circuits for Setpoint 1 of control circuit 1)
Setting “Setpoint 2” or “1.Setpoint 2” (display in operation with two
control circuits for Setpoint 2 of control circuit 1)
Operation with “Setpoint2” is signalized by the moon symbol for reduced operation.
Info
28.7 °C
E1 Actual
9.10.2.8
Intern / Extern Function |6D |
For Mode Speed controller 1.01 : Switch over “Set Intern” / “Set external ”
“Set extern1” under settings must be programmed to “OFF”.
Contact e.g. at ditgital input “Digital In 1” (depending on device type at terminals “D1” - “D1”or “D1” “24 V”).
• “D1 Inverting” = “OFF”: “Set Intern1” at
Si 40 %
E1
Controller
1
n = 40 %
0
n = 80 %
1
-----
•
24V
D1 D1
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opened contact / “Setting Extern” at closed
contact.
“D1 Inverting” = “ON”: “Set Intern1” at
closed contact / “Set Extern” at opened
contact.
0 1
Si Signal
1 Setting “Set Intern1” (depending on device type in: %, Hz, rpm)
For operation as controller (starting from 2.01 ): switch over “Setpoint 1” / “external Setpoint ”
Possible only for operation with one control circuit!
Under Base setup “E2 function” programmed to function |1E | for “external setpoint” .
Contact at digital input e.g. “Digital In 1” = “D1” - “D1”
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Programming
• “D1 Inverting” = “ON”: Setting at the unit at
1
-----
Controller
ES
n = 0 – 100 %
•
E2
24V
D1 D1
Se
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opened contact / Signal Extern at closed
contact
“D1 Inverting” = “OFF”: Setting at the unit at
closed contact / Signal Extern at opened
contact
0 1
1 Setting “Setpoint1”
ES External Setpoint e.g. 5 V
Se Sensor
9.10.2.9
23.8°C
Automatic control / speed manual Function |7D | (mode 2.01 )
Possible only for operation with one control circuit!
Switch over between automatic control to set target value (depending on the activation: “Setpoint1”,
“Setpoint2”) and the default for “manual operation” set at the device.
If for Analog In 2 “E2 function” is programmed to |2E | switch over between “Setpoint1” or “Setpoint2”
and external manual operation. With activated manual mode the display constantly changes between
“actual value” and value for “manual mode”.
Contact at digital input e.g. “Digital In 1”
• “D1 Inverting” = “OFF” Automatic control at
1
2
-----
-----
•
3
-----
Controller
1 n = 0 -100 %
0
ES
E2
24V
D1 D1 E1
opened contact / manual operation at closed
contact.
“D1 Inverting” = “ON”: Automatic control at
closed contact / manual operation at opened
contact.
n = 80 %
Se
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0 1
1 Setting “Setpoint1”
2 Setting “Setpoint2”
3 Setting “Speed manual” (depending on device type in: %, Hz, rpm)
EH Signal for Manual mode extern, E2 Function = |2E |
Se Sensor
9.10.2.10
Reverse action of control function ( 2.01 ), Function |8D |
Switchover between: Increasing modulation during increasing actual-value and increasing modulation
during sinking actual-value.
The factory presets for the “Control function” are dependent on the selected Mode of operation (
Controller Setup - reverse operation of the control function).
When switching over via a digital input, the device works with the opposite function as set there.
The inversion of the control function influences both circuits in operation with two control circuits.
Controller Setup
ON
Val>Set=n+
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Settings in Controller Setup
Display for operation with two control circuits:
“1. Actual>Set=n” for control circuit 1
“2. Actual>Set=n” for control circuit 2
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.10.2.11
Programming
Switch over Setpoint 1/2 for control circuit 2 |9D |
Switch over between “2.Setpoint 1” and “2.Setpoint 2” (for operation with two control circuits)
Contact e.g. at ditgital input “Digital In 1” (depending on device type at terminals “D1” - “D1”or “D1” “24 V”).
• “D1 Inverting” = “OFF”: “2. Setpoint 1” =
2
-----
Controller
n = 0 – 100 %
1
•
24V
D1 D1
-----
Sensor
18 °C at opened contact / “2. Setpoint 2” =
25 °C at closed contact.
“D1 Inverting” = “ON”: “2. Setpoint 1” =
18 °C at closed contact / “2. Setpoint 2” =
25 °C at opened contact.
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0 1
1
2
Setting “2.Setpoint 1” = Setpoint 1 of control circuit 2
Setting “2.Setpoint 2” = Setpoint 2 control circuit 2
Operation with “2. Setpoint2” is signalized by the moon symbol for reduced operation.
If Setpoint 2 was activated additionally for control circuit 1 “1.Setpoint 2” by a digital
input with function |5D | , the moon symbol is already switched on.
Info
28.7 °C
E2 Actual
9.10.2.12
Setting Max. Speed ON / OFF function |11D |
The value for “Max Speed” adjusted in menu “Settings”, is activated over a digital input. I.e. the unit
works independently of the controller function firm with this value.
Contact e.g. at ditgital input “Digital In 1” (depending on device type at terminals “D1” - “D1”or “D1” “24 V”).
This function influences both circuits in operation with two control circuits.
• “D1 Inverting” = “OFF”: “Max. Speed”
1
active at closed contact
• “D1 Inverting” = “ON”: “Max. Speed” active
-----
Controller
at opened contact
1
= 80 %
0
= 0 .. 100 %
24V
D1 D1
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0 1
Display depending on device type in: %, Hz, rpm
1 Setting “Max. Speed” or “1.Max. Speed” and “2.Max. Speed” for
operation with two control circuits
9.10.2.13
Switch over Setpoint 1/2 and Pband 1/ 2 for control circuit 1 |15D |
Switching between “1st setpoint 1” / “1st setpoint 2” and “1st Pband 1” / “1st Pband 2” (from 2.01 , not
for 2.03 ).
Function basically the same as |5D | , it is additionally switched over to Pband 2.
When programming this function, “Setting” additionally lists the parameter: “1.Pband 1. for control
circuit 1”
Contact e.g. at ditgital input “Digital In 1” (depending on device type at terminals “D1” - “D1”or “D1” “24 V”).
Example for “D1 Inverting” = “OFF”:
• With open contact: “1.Setpoint 1” = 20 °C + “1.Pband 1” = 5 K
• With closed contact: “1.Setpoint 2” = 17 °C + “1.Pband 2” = 3 K
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Programming
Controller 1
A1
n = 0 - 100 %
Controller 2
0 1
A2
n = 0 - 100 %
D1
15D
24V
D1
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Sensor 1 Sensor 2
1.Setpoint1 Setting “1.Setpoint 1” = Setpoint 1 of control circuit 1
1.Pband1 Setting “1.Pband 1” = Pband 1 von control circuit 1
1.Setpoint2 Setting “1.Setpoint 2” = Setpoint 2 of control circuit 1
1.Pband2 Setting “1.Pband 2” = Pband 1 von control circuit 1
Info
28.7 °C
E1 Actual
9.10.2.14
Operation with “1.Setpoint2” and “1.Pband2” is signalized by the moon symbol for
reduced operation.
If Setpoint 2 was activated additionally for control circuit 1 or control circuit 2 by a digital
input with function |5D | / |9D | the moon symbol is already switched on.
If Setpoint 2 and Pband 2 were activated additionally for control circuit 2 by a digital
input with function |16D | , the moon symbol is already switched on.
Switch over Setpoint 1/2 and Pband 1/2 for control circuit 2 |16D |
Switch over between “2.Setpoint 1” / “2.Setpoint 2” and “2.Pband 1” / “2.Pband 2” (only for operation
with second control circuit possible).
Function basically the same as |5D | and |9D | ,it is additionally switched over to Pband 2.
When programming this function, “Setting” additionally lists the parameter: “2.Pband 2 for control
circuit 2”
Contact e.g. at ditgital input “Digital In 1” (depending on device type at terminals “D1” - “D1”or “D1” “24 V”).
Example for “D1 Inverting” = “OFF”:
• With open contact: “2.Setpoint 1” = 20 °C + “2.Pband 1” = 5 K
• With closed contact: “2.Setpoint 2” = 17 °C + “2.Pband 2” = 3 K
Controller 2
A2
n = 0 - 100 %
Controller 1
0 1
A1
n = 0 - 100 %
D1
16D
24V
D1
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Sensor 1 Sensor 2
2.Setpoint1 Setting “2.Setpoint 1” = Setpoint 1 of control circuit 2
2.Pband1 Setting “2.Pband 2” = Pband 1 von control circuit 2
2.Setpoint2 Setting “2.Setpoint 2” = Setpoint 2 control circuit 2
2.Pband2 Setting “2.Pband 2” = Pband 2 von control circuit 2
Info
28.7 °C
E2 Actual
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Operation with “2.Setpoint2” and “2.Pband2” is signalized by the moon symbol for
reduced operation.
If Setpoint 2 was activated additionally for control circuit 1 or control circuit 2 by a digital
input with function |5D | / |9D | the moon symbol is already switched on.
If Setpoint 2 and Pband 2 was activated additionally for control circuit 1 by a digital
input with function |15D | , the moon symbol is already switched on.
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.10.2.15
Programming
Timer function overwrite |21D |
The timer output can be overwritten for a settable time with a selectable status if required ( timer).
To overwrite the timer function by pressing keys until the next timing change => “Override Time” =
0 min.
The override time is activated by pressing a key at a digital input (example for D1 not inverted). The
bypass time can be ended prematurely by pressing another key.
If the contact remains closed, the override time also run out, then a short interruption is required to
reactivate.
Controller Setup
Limit ON: n = 0 - 80 %
Limit (3D)
Limit OFF: n = 0 - 100 %
24V
D1 D1
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Override Timer
Contact depending on device type at terminals “D1” - “D1” or “D1” - “24 V”
Example: speed limitation over Timer (Function |3D | )
The timer limits the maximum speed for a certain period of time (e.g. timer ON from 6:00 - 10:00 am).
With the “Override Timer” contact the limitation (from 6:00 - 10:00 am) activated by the timer can be
cancelled for an adjustable period “Override Time” ( timer / timer function overwritten: Override
Status = OFF)
To activate the limitation outside the programmed time (10:01 - 5:59 am) => “Override Status” = ON
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.10.3
9.10.3.1
Programming
Configuration of analog inputs “E1”and “E2”
Signal adaption E1 and E2
If required, an adaptation of the specification signal / speed characteristic curve is possible
Information
Setting options depending on the version of the software available!
These settings are mostly practical for the operating mode with rotational speed specification over an
external signal. In operating modes (as of 2.01) this setting is not suited for influencing the regulation
process.
IO Setup
0
E1 Modus
E1 Modus
|0 | = E1 min. / E1 max. without function (factory setting)
|1 | = Offset / turn
|2 | = signal range
|3 | = Hysteresis setting On / Off (function depending on the version of the software
available)
IO Setup
0%
E1 Min.
E1 Min.
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 0 %
IO Setup
0%
E1 max
E1 max
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 100 %
IO Setup
0
E2 Mode
E2 Mode
|0 | = E2 min. / E2 max. without function (factory setting)
|1 | = Offset / turn
|2 | = signal range
IO Setup
0%
E2 min.
E2 min.
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 0 %
IO Setup
0%
E2 max.
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E2 max.
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 100 %
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Programming
Example for Mode “1.01” with speed setting signal 0 - 10 V
Modus 1
n [%]
100
1
80
60
E1 min. = 0 %, E1 max. = 100 %
2
E1 min. = 0 %, E1 max. = 80 %
3
E1 min. = 25 %, E1 max. = 100 %
4
E1 min. = 20 %, E1 max. = 80 %
Modus 1
Example: “E1 min.” = 20 %
The controller begins only at approx. 20% higher
signal with minimal modulation.
Example: “E1 max.” = 80 %
The modulation rises linear to 100% modulation
with 80% setting signal.
40
20
Si E
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0 – 10 V
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Modus 2
n [%]
100
80
60
1
E1 min. = 0 %, E1 max. = 100 %
2
E1 min. = 0 %, E1 max. = 80 %
3
E1 min. = 40 %, E1 max. = 100 %
4
E1 min. = 30 %, E1 max. = 90 %
Modus 2
Example: “E1 min.” = 30 %
Only with approx. 30 % setting signal the controller
begins with approx. 30% modulation.
Example: “E1 max.” = 80 %
Over 80 % setting signal the modulation is switched
to 100 % modulation.
40
20
Si E
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0 – 10 V
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Modus 3
n [%]
100
1
E1 min. = 30 %, E1 max. = 80 %
80
2
E1 min. = 0 %, E1 max. = 100 %
E1 min. = 0 %, E1 max. = 80 %
60
3
E1 min. = 20 %, E1 max. = 100 %
40
20
Si E
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0 – 10 V
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Idealized principle diagrams for setting:
“Min. Speed” = 0 % and “Max. Speed” = 100 %
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Modus 3
Example: “E1 min.” = 30 %, “E1 max.” = 80 %
Over approx. 80 % setting signal the modulation is
switched on.
Below approx. 30 % setting signal the modulation
is switched off.
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For a correct function: E1 min. higher 0 % and E1
max. below 100 %.
example 2 and 3 only for information.
Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.10.3.2
Programming
Inverting analog inputs “E1” / “E2”
After programming the signal or sensor type, an inversion of the inputs can be carried out.
IO Setup
OFF
E1 Inverting
Factory setting for Inverting inputs = “OFF” (if input activated) (signal: 0 - 10 V, 0 20 mA, 4 - 20 mA).
For activation using inverted default signals or sensors with inverted output signals
proportional to the measurement range, switch inverting to “ON” (Signal: 10 - 0 V, 20 0 mA, 20 - 4 mA).
IO Setup
OFF
E2 Inverting
10
Analog Out [V]
MODBUS Out [%]
Example: mode 1.01 speed controller, setting by external signal
100
Max. = 100 %
Min. 35 %
Max. = 85 %
9
90
Min. 0 %
8
80
7
70
6
60
5
50
4
40
Min.
2
3
30
20
1
10
Si
0
10
1
9
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
5
6
4
7
3
0
20
4
2
18
5,6
4
16
7,2
6
14
8,8
8
12
10,4
10
10
12
12
14
16
18
8
6
4
2
13,6 15,2 16,8 18,4
20
0
20
20
18,4 16,8 15,2 13,6
12
10,4
4
8,8
MODBUS Out: speed setting over MODBUS
Analog Out: speed setting over analog output 0 - 10 V
Si Signal
OFF Inverting = OFF
ON Inverting = ON
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8
2
7,2
9
1
5,6
10
0
0 – 10 V
10 – 0 V
0 – 20 mA
20 – 0 mA
4 – 20 mA
20 – 4 mA
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.10.3.3
Programming
“E1” / “E2” Bus mode
After programming the signal or sensor type, the raw value (0-32767) of an analog sensor input can
be written in a Holding Register (h9000 for E1 and h9001 for E2) with the bus mode activated.
The connection is made at the MODBUS RTU Slave interface. Connecting terminals: 2A (2D+), 2B
(2D-).
IO Setup
OFF
E1 Busmode
The bus mode of the inputs is set to “OFF” at the factory.
With activated bus mode, the raw values can be written accordingly into the Holding
Registers, addresses h9000 and h9001 for “E1” and “E2”.
IO Setup
OFF
E2 Busmode
9.10.4
Function and inverting for relay outputs “K1” and “K2”
IO Setup
Various functions can be allocated to the relay outputs “K1” and “K2”. In case of the
Operating indication same function allocation for “K1” and “K2”, these work parallel.
The inversion of the relays “K1” and “K2” is set at the factory to “OFF” (when a function
(1K)
is programmed).
K1 Function
For switching inversion to “ON” (switching behaviour dependent on assigned function).
The relays can only pull up basically when the voltage supply of the electronics is
IO Setup
working. Three-phase current devices must have at least 2 line phases!
OFF
K1 Inverting
IO Setup
Fault indication
(2K)
K2 Function
IO Setup
OFF
K2 Inverting
Function
OFF
Description
No function
Relays remain always de-energized.
Operating indication Operating indication (factory setting for “K1”, non inverting).
Operation without fault, reports enable “OFF”
(1K)
Fault indication (factory setting for “K2”, non inverting).
Pulled up in operation without fault, with release “OFF” not dropped out.
Drops out in case of line and device fault and external fault at the digital input. DependFault indication
ing on programming in event of sensor failure.
(2K)
When networked via the MODBUS Master interface, fault indication in case of faulty
MODBUS connection and fault on a member.
External error
(3K)
Limit modulation
(4K)
External fault separate with message at digital input (factory setting if terminals
bridged).
Limit modulation
Over or falling below limits for modulation.
Limit E1
(5K)
Limit “E1”
Whenover or falling below limits for input signal “E1”.
Limit E2
(6K)
Limit “E2”
Whenover or falling below limits for input signal “E2”.
For modes as controller (from 2.01. )
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Programming
Limit: Setpoint offset (only for active Setpoint control circuit 1).
Deviation between actual value and setpoint to high.
Setpoint Offset
(7K)
Group2
(8K)
Group control (Group 2)
Switching on fans depending on modulation
Group3
(12K)
Group control (Group 3)
Switching on fans depending on modulation
Group4
(14K)
Group control (Group 4)
Switching on fans depending on modulation
For modes as temperature controller with additional functions 2.03
2.Heating
(9K)
Heating function
Switch ON point: temperature = Setpoint +/- Offset
Switch OFF point: Temperature around hysteresis over switch ON point
2.Cooling
(10K)
Cooling function
Switch ON point: temperature = Setpoint +/- Offset
Switch OFF point: Temperature around hysteresis below switch ON point
1 = energized, terminals 11-14 bridged
0 = de-energized, terminals 11-12 bridged
1 = energized, terminals 21-24 bridged
K2
0 = de-energized, terminals 21-22 bridged
K1
11
14
12
21
K1
24
22
K2
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Function Controller status
K1/ K2
1 = energized
0 = de-energized
Inverting
9.10.5
OFF
ON
1K
Operation without fault, line supply okay
1
0
2K
Fault with indication by relay
0
1
3K
External Fault at digital input for external fault
1
0
4K
Over or falling below modulation
1
0
5K
over or falling below limits for input signal “E1”
1
0
6K
over or falling below limits for input signal “E2”
1
0
7K
setpoint deviation to high
1
0
COM2 Function
IO Setup
MODBUS Slave
COM2 Function
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Possible settings:
• MODBUS Slave (factory setting): In the main menu the “Diagnostic” menu group is
followed by the “MODBUS Slave” menu group. The communication parameters
can be set in this.
• OFF: The “MODBUS Slave” or “MODEM SMS” menu group is not displayed in
the main menu.
• MODEM SMS: In the main menu the “IO Setup” menu group is followed by the
“MODEM SMS” menu group. Input SIM PIN for MODEM SMS interface (no
function at present).
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.11
9.11.1
Programming
Limits
Limit indication depending on modulation
only for Modulation control circuit 1!
Display for operation with two control circuits: 1.Modul. function, 1.Modulation min., 1.Modulation
max., 1.Modul. Delay
Limits
Following functions can be allocated to the limit indication
OFF
Controller function
OFF
Failure
(1L)
Message
(2L)
Filter error
(3L)
no function (factory setting)
Limit alarm alternating with actual value display Is listed in the
protocol as an alarm.
Indication with the centralized fault of a programmed relay (IO
allocation Function |2K | ).
Is listed in the protocol as a message. There is no alternating
message on the actual value display and no message via alarm
relay.
Like function |1L | with fault message “Filter”
Filter Message Like function |2L | with fault message “Filter”
(4L)
In the IO setup, a separate relay can be allocated independent of these settings.
Limits
30 %
Level min.
If the modulation exceeds the set “Modulation max” value, this is reported until the set
value “Modulation min” has been undercut.
The indication is delayed by the time set in “Display delay”.
Setting range: 0 - 100 %
Factory setting: 30 % / 40 % *
Limits
40 %
Level max.
Limits
2 sec
Level Delay
*
Time delay exceeding “Modulation max.” up to indication by relay and alarm symbol.
Setting range: 0 - 120 sec.
Factory setting: 2 sec. *
Display |- - - - | as long as function = OFF
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Programming
Example indication by relay “K1”:
not inverted
IO Setup: K1 Function = 4K
IO Setup: K1 Inverting = OFF
Inverting
IO Setup: K1 Function = 4K
IO Setup: K1 Inverting = OFF
1
1
0
0
min
max
100 %
A
min
100 %
A
1
1
0
0
max
A
max
min
100 %
A
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Modulation
max
A
min
100 %
A
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Modulation
If “Level min.” is higher than “Level max.”, the “Level max.” switching point is without hysteresi.
9.11.2
Limit indication depending on setting or sensor signal
Same procedure for analogue inputs “E1” and “E2”.
Limits
Following functions can be allocated to the limit indication
OFF
Lmt E1 Function
OFF
Failure
(1L)
no function (factory setting)
Limit alarm alternating with actual value display Is listed in the protocol as an alarm.
Indication with the centralized fault of a programmed relay (IO allocation Function |2K | ).
Message
(2L)
Is listed in the protocol as a message. There is no alternating message on the actual value display and no message via alarm relay.
Filter error
(3L)
Like function |1L | with fault message “Filter”
Filter Message Like function |2L | with fault message “Filter”
(4L)
In the IO setup, a separate relay can be allocated independent of these settings.
Limits
----Lmt E1 min
Limits
----Lmt E1 max.
Limits
Both values for E1 (“E1 min” and “E1 max”) can be set independent of each other and
act on a relay together if correspondingly programmed. If a function is activated or if a
relay is allocated, both settings (“min” and “max”) are initially at “OFF”.
Work can be carried out with one as well as with both limit indicators.
The same setting applies to “E2 Min.” and “E2 Max.”, described below for “E1”.
Undercutting the signal (“E1 Min”).
If the signal undercuts the set value “E1 min”, this is reported until the set value (plus
adjustable hysteresis) has been exceeded once again.
Exceeding the signal (“E1 max”).
If the signal exceeds the set value “E1 max”, this is reported until the set value (minus
hysteresis) has been undercut once again.
E1 Hysteresis
Hysteresis adjustment in the unit of measure of the programmed input signal.
----Lmt E1 Hyst.
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Limits
----Lmt E1Del.
Programming
E1 Delay
Time delay exceeding “Modulation max.” up to indication by relay and alarm symbol.
Setting range: 0 - 120 sec.
Factory setting: 2 sec.
Information
Always adjust the value for the maximum input signal higher than the value for the minimum input
signal!
E1 Max. > E1 Min.
Example for a limit indication of default signal or sensor signal to “Analog In 1”
1
1
0
Analog IN
50 %
100 %
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1
2
0
Analog IN
50 %
100 %
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1
3
0
Analog IN
50 %
100 %
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v_grenzwert_signal_k1_3.vsd
Settings:
- E1 Max.: 80 %
- E1 Min.: OFF
- switching hysteresis 5 % (from
100 %)
Settings:
- E1 Min.: 20 %
- E1 Max.: OFF
- switching hysteresis 5 % (from
100 %)
Settings:
- E1 Min.: 20 %
- E1 Max.: 80 %
- switching hysteresis 5 % (from
100 %)
Terminal “E1” and “GND” alarm via relay “K1” (non-inverted) IO Setup → K1 function: |5 K | = limit
indicators
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.11.3
Programming
Limit indication depending on (offset) to Setpoint
In operating modes as a controller (starting from 2.01 ), two limit indicators can be carried out based
on the set target value (Setpoint) and measured actual value (on E1).
Only for active Setpoint of control circuit 1!
Display for operation with two control circuits: 1.Offset function, 1.Offset 1, 1.Offset 2, 1.Offset hyst.,
1.Offset Delay
Limits
Following functions can be allocated to the limit indication.
Identical setting for both analogue inputs “E1” and “E2”.
OFF
Offset Function
OFF
Failure
(1L)
no function (factory setting)
Limit alarm alternating with actual value display Is listed in the protocol as an alarm.
Indication with the centralized fault of a programmed relay (IO allocation Function |2K | ).
Message
(2L)
Is listed in the protocol as a message. There is no alternating message on the actual value display and no message via alarm relay.
Filter error
(3L)
Like function |1L | with fault message “Filter”
Filter Message
Like function |2L | with fault message “Filter”
(4L)
In the IO setup, a separate relay can be allocated independent of these settings.
Limits
----Offset 1
Limits
----Offset 2
Offset 1, Offset 2
Both values for Offset 1 and Offset 2 can be set independent of each other and act on
a relay together if correspondingly programmed. If a function is activated or if a relay is
allocated both settings (Offset 1 and Offset 2) are initially at “OFF”.
Work can be carried out with one as well as with both limit indicators.
“Offset 1” for alarm in case of an exceeding of the max. deviation between actual and
target.
Switch ON point: actual value = Setpoint +/- offset
Swtich OFF point: Actual value by hysteresis under the switch-on point
“Offset 2” for alarm in case of an undercutting of the max. deviation between actual and
target
Switch ON point: actual value = Setpoint +/- offset
Swtich OFF point: Actual value by hysteresis over the switch-on point
Limits
----Offset Hyst.
Limits
----Offset Delay
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Offset Hysteresis
Hysteresis switch-on point: In temperature regulation + / - 10 K, otherwise sensors
10 % of measurement range
Offset Delay
Time delay until indication through relay and alarm symbol.
Setting range: 0 - 120 sec.
Factory setting: 2 sec.
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Programming
Example for temperature regulation; for other modes of operation settings in corresponding sensor
unit.
Offset 2 for alarm during undercutting
OFF = 20°C - 2 K = 18 °C
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
[min]
ON
ON
ON
Example: Setpoint 15.0 °C, Offset +5.0 K, Hysteresis 2.0 K
9.12
9.12.1
[°C]
30
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
OFF = 15°C + 2 K = 17 °C
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v_relais_kuehlen_10k_pos_offset.vsd
[°C]
ON = 15°C + 5 K = 20 °C
ON = 20°C - 5K = 15 °C
30
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
[min]
19
21
23
25
ON
27
29
ON
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v_relais_heizen_9k_neg_offset.vsd
Offset 1 for alarm during exceeding
Example: Setpoint 15.0° C, Offset -5.0 K, Hysteresis 2.0 K
Timer
Timerfunction
The device has a real time clock. The clock is backed up (Gold Cap) and has a reserve of 2 or 3 days
after sufficient operation on a voltage supply.
The time and date must be set during start-up operation and when using the real-time clock. The
device calculates the weekday based on the date.
In principle, the timer function acts like a digital switch input (timer “On” closed contact at inverting
OFF). The same functions can be assigned to the timer switch as the digital inputs(“D1 ..D2)”.
Function
OFF
Enable
(1D)
External error
(2D)
Description *
Timer ON =
(@ Timer Invert. = OFF)
no function (factory setting)
Enable (remote control) “ON” / “OFF”
External alarm indication
Device ON
Failure
Limit
(3D)
“Limit” ON / OFF
Influences control circuit 1 and control circuit 2 in operation
with two control circuits
Limit ON
E1 / E2
(4D)
Switch over input “E1” / “E2” (for operation with one control
circuit)
Signal at E2
Reset
(10D)
Complete re-start of the device
Max. Speed
(11D)
Override Time
(21D)
Reset
Setting Max. Speed “ON” / “OFF”
Influences the respectively set value “1. Max. Speed” and “2. Max. Speed ON
Max. Speed” in operation with two control circuits.
Do not use function for timer (only for digital input).
-
For mode speed controller 1.01
Setpoint1/2
(5D)
Setpoint int./ext.
(6D)
Setpoint1/2
(5D)
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Switch over “Set Intern1” / “Set Intern2”
“Setting External 1” must be at “OFF”.
Switch over “Intern” / “Extern”
For modes as controller (from 2.01. )
Switch over “Setpoint 1” / “Setpoint 2”for control circuit1
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Setpoint2
Set external
Setpoint2
Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Function
Programming
Description *
Timer ON =
(@ Timer Invert. = OFF)
Setpoint int./ext.
(6D)
Switch over “Intern” / “Extern”
Possible only for operation with one control circuit!
Setpoint External
Control/Manual
(7D)
Switch over “automatic control” / “Speed manual”
Possible only for operation with one control circuit!
Manual mode
Heating/Cooling
(8D)
Switch over control function (e.g. “heating” / “cooling”)
1.Setp+Pband1/2
(15D)
for control circuit 1: Switch over Setpoint 1/2 and Pband 1/1
When programming this function, “Setting” additionally lists
the parameter: “1.Pband 1. for control circuit 1”
Reversal standard
First control circuit Setpoint 2 + Pband 2
Only active in operation with a second control circuit
The output for control circuit 2 is additionally set to “A2” to
“A1” (regardless of the programmed function for “A1”). The
first control circuit has no output for the duration of the switch Second control circuit to
over.
A1 + A2
The switch over input “E1” / “E2” as in operation with one
control circuit is no longer possible.
E1 / E2
(4D)
*
2. Setpoint 1/2
(9D)
for control circuit 2: Switch over “2. Setpoint 1” / “2. Setpoint
2”
Second control circuit
Setpoint 2
2.Setp+Pband1/2
(16D)
for control circuit 2: Switch over Setpoint 1/2 and Pband 1/2
When programming this function, “Setting” additionally lists
the parameter: “2.Pband 2 for control circuit 2”
Second control circuit
Setpoint 2 + Pband 2
Detailed description
IO Setup / Digital Inputs “D1” / “D2”
Example: Programming limitation for output voltage (Limit ON / OFF)
Sequence
1
2
Timer
[ESC]
Base setup
OFF
Timer Function
P
[P]
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6
5
4
Base setup
OFF
Timer Function
[P]
3
[ESC]
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Base setup
Limit
(3D)
Timer Function
3x▲
[P]
7
[ESC]
Limit
(3D)
Timer Function
P
[P]
[ESC]
Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Programming
Controller Setup
IO Setup
Limits
Timer
Autoadressing
Timer
13:05
Time
Timer
09.04.13
Date
9.12.3
Press the P-key and set the hours with the UP / DOWN keys, press the P-key to save.
Now the minutes flash and can be set with the UP / DOWN keys, press the P-key to
save.
To set the date follow the same method as for “Time”. The date setting consists of day,
month and year
Example for: 9. April 2013
Automatic summer time
The summertime automatic is factory set to “OFF”, i.e. switched off. When the summertime automatic
is activated the device automatically switches between daylight saving time and wintertime.
“North” = for countries in the Northern Hemisphere.
“South” = for countries in the Southern Hemisphere.
Timer
OFF
Summertime Auto.
for Northern Hemisphere
for Southern Hemisphere
Timer
Timer
North
Summertime Auto.
South
Summertime Auto.
Information
If the summer time automatic is used, the switch over date and the switch over time are identical and
unchangeable for both settings.
The time is put forward from 2:00 am to 3:00 am respectively on the last Sunday in March (South put
back from 3:00 am to 2:00 am) and put back from 3:00 am to 2:00 am (South put forward from 2:00 am
to 3:00 am) on the last Sunday in October.
If other dates for the switch over between summer time and winter time are required, the clock must be
changed by hand (manually) on the respective date.
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
9.12.4
Programming
Enter switching times
Two switching times can be entered for the same function (e.g. |3D | = Limit) for each weekday. The
menu items are repeated for each weekday with two on- and off-times each. Switching times are not
preprogrammed at the factory.
In order to make configuration easier, the same switching times can be made for several days in a
block. To prevent unwanted switching times from arising, all should be deleted before programming.
To do this, select the block |Mo - Su | and deactivate all 4 switching times.
Be sure to delete all switching times before carrying out complete new settings.
Sequence
1
3
2
Timer
Timer
P9x
▲
Mon
[P]
[ESC]
Factory setting first weekday *
*
5
4
Timer
Mon-Sun
----Mon-Sun ON1
P
[P]
[ESC]
All weekdays selected
7
6
Timer
3xP
[P]
[ESC]
First switch-on time for all
weekdays.
Display: | - - - - | = no
switching times programmed yet.
----Mon-Sun OFF1
[P]
[ESC]
The first switching times
for all weekdays are now
deleted.
Then the first switch-off
time for all weekdays is
displayed.
Now delete all other
switching times in the
same way.
If switching times are already programmed for all weekdays “Mon-Sun”, press the P key and increase the hours with the ▲key until the deactivation appears after “23”, display: | - - - - | . Then press the P key twice to confirm and delete the switching
times.
All programmed switching times are deleted after loading the factory setting or resetting the mode.
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Programming
Factory setting without preprogrammed switching times
Mon-Sun
Mon-Fri
Mon
Tue
Sat-Sun
Wed
Thr
Fri
Sat
Sun
ON1
- -:- -
ON1
- -:- -
ON1
- -:- -
ON1
- -:- -
ON1
- -:- -
ON1
- -:- -
ON1
- -:- -
OFF1
- -:- -
OFF1
- -:- -
OFF1
- -:- -
OFF1
- -:- -
OFF1
- -:- -
OFF1
- -:- -
OFF1
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
Example 1: Every day at 8 am ON and at 6 pm OFF
Mon-Sun
ON1
08:00
ON1
08:00
ON1
08:00
ON1
08:00
ON1
08:00
ON1
08:00
ON1
08:00
OFF1
18:00
OFF1
18:00
OFF1
18:00
OFF1
18:00
OFF1
18:00
OFF1
18:00
OFF1
18:00
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
Example 2: Monday to Friday at 6 am ON at 8 am OFF and at 5 pm ON at 10 pm OFF
Mon-Fri
Sat-Sun
ON1
06:00
ON1
06:00
ON1
06:00
ON1
06:00
ON1
06:00
ON1
- -:- -
ON1
- -:- -
OFF1
08:00
OFF1
08:00
OFF1
08:00
OFF1
08:00
OFF1
08:00
OFF1
- -:- -
OFF1
- -:- -
ON2
17:00
ON2
17:00
ON2
17:00
ON2
17:00
ON2
17:00
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
OFF2
22:00
OFF2
22:00
OFF2
22:00
OFF2
22:00
OFF2
22:00
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
Example 3: Wednesday 6 pm ON and Thursday at 8 am OFF
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thr
Fri
Sat
Sun
ON1
- -:- -
ON1
- -:- -
ON1
18:00
ON1
- -:- -
ON1
- -:- -
ON1
- -:- -
ON1
- -:- -
OFF1
- -:- -
OFF1
- -:- -
OFF1
- -:- -
OFF1
08:00
OFF1
- -:- -
OFF1
- -:- -
OFF1
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
ON2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
OFF2
- -:- -
Free tables for entering individual timer settings
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thr
Fri
Sat
Sun
ON1
ON1
ON1
ON1
ON1
ON1
ON1
OFF1
OFF1
OFF1
OFF1
OFF1
OFF1
OFF1
ON2
ON2
ON2
ON2
ON2
ON2
ON2
OFF2
OFF2
OFF2
OFF2
OFF2
OFF2
OFF2
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9.12.5
Inverting timer function
Inverting of the timer function is possible if required.
Timer
OFF
Timer Inverting
9.12.6
Programming
Timer Inverting
In the “OFF” setting (factory setting), the programmed function is activated at the
switch-on time (clock icon in the display) and deactivated again at the switch-off time
(
timer function).
In the “ON” setting, the programmed function is deactivated at the switch-on time and
activated again at the switch-off time (clock icon in the display).
Overwrite timer function
The timer output can be overwritten for a settable time with a selectable status if required. Activation is
by a digital input ( IO Setup function |21D | )
Application: Exceptions from the normal timing operation, e.g. for manual or automatic presence
switch, party mode, etc.
Timer
120 min
Override Time
Override Time
Settable time for overwriting the timer function
Setting range: 0...65535 min.
Factory setting: 120 min
In the “0 min.” setting, the timer function is overwritten with the selected status until the
next timing change.
Timer
OFF
Override Status
9.12.7
Override Status
Settable status when overwriting the timer function:
ON = function as for timer ON
timer function
OFF = function as for timer OFF (factory setting)
Adjustment of the real time clock
Timer
60
RTC Adjust
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Fine adjustment of the real time clock is possible if required.
The greater the value, the slower the clock runs. If the value is increased by one point,
this corresponds to a slowing of the clock by approx. 2 to 3 s per month.
Setting range: 0 - 127
Factory setting: 60
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9.13
Programming
MODBUS Slave
Addressing and configuration of the MODBUS Slave interface.
Via this interface the device can be networked with a master building control system, the device then
operates as a pure Slave and uses the MODBUS-RTU protocol.
The connection is made to the terminals “2A (2D+)”, “2B (2D-)” of the MODBUS Slave interface (
installation / RS-485 interfaces for MODBUS RTU).
Information
• In the IO Setup the “COM function must be set” to “MODBUS Slave” so that this menu group is
displayed (factory setting).
• MODBUS settings (baud rate, parity) are saved after a reset ( menu group “Start” -> “Reset” or
interrupt voltage supply).
MODBUS Slave
247
Bus Address
MODBUS Slave
Bus Address
The device address is factory set to the highest available MODBUS address: 247.
Setting range MODBUS Address: 1 - 247.
Addressing
Switch addressing to “ON” before setting “address”.
OFF
Addressing
MODBUS Slave
19200
UART Baudrate
MODBUS Slave
8E1
UART Mode
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UART Baudrate
Setting transfer rate
Valid values: 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 115200
Factory setting: 19200
UART Mode
Setting transfer format
Valid values: 8O1, 8N1, 8E1
Factory setting: 8E1
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9.14
Programming
MODBUS Master
Addressing of the members that are activated via the MODBUS Master interface.
Addressing can be done automatically by a patented method. It is then no longer necessary to
address every single member manually in the network.
Alternatively, manual addressing is possible, for which separate components are required for setting
the individual member address.
Information
• A maximum of 32 devices can be connected. The communication settings are pre-set to 19.2kbd,
8E1 and cannot be changed.
• To ensure activation, the function of the digital input “D1” of the members is automatically set to
“OFF” by the MODBUS Master. I.e. any programmed enable function for switching off the member
(by a potential-free contact) is no longer active.
MODBUS Master
After addressing (manual or automatic), the devices are subsequently listed to the
“MODBUS Master” menu group ( “members MODBUS Master”).
Main menu
MODBUS Master
Fan 1 (2A)
Fan 2 (2A)
Fan 3 (2A)
[P] Enter
9.14.1
[ESC] Info
Automatic addressing
The first member (MODBUS address 1) must be connected to the terminals 1A(1D+) and 1B (1D-),
additionally the “ID” connections must be connected ( installation / communication / addressing
members MODBUS Master interface).
• The members are automatically addressed consecutively according to the installation.
• In order to do the automatic addressing successfully, all the bus members to be addressed must be
connected with each other, applied to voltage and switched on.
•
The automatic addressing can only be done with compatible devices!
MODBUS Master
Main menu
Limits
Timer
Diagnostic
MODBUS Master
[P] Enter
[ESC] Info
MODBUS Master
Autoaddressing
1. Press the P-key to open the “MODBUS Master”.
2. Press the P-key to select automatic addressing.
3. Press the P-key to start automatic addressing.
[P] Enter
[ESC] Menu
MODBUS Master
Display while the automatic addressing is in progress.
Addressing
Found: 0
In progress
[P] Repeat
[ESC] Cancel
MODBUS Master
The found members count is displayed at the end of automatic addressing.
Press the P-key again to repeat the addressing.
Addressing
Exit the menu with the Esc key combination ▼ + ▲.
Found: 5
Done
[P] Repeat
9.14.2
[ESC] Cancel
Manual addressing
The addressing is done manually by a separate hand held terminal or PC software, the corresponding
member count must be entered on the MODBUS Master.
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•
•
•
Programming
The members are connected to the device by the terminals 1A(1D+) and 1B (1D-) ( installation /
communication).
All bus members must be addressed uniquely, consecutively and starting at address 1. Otherwise
communication could be disturbed or no communication can be set up.
In order to complete the manual addressing successfully, all the bus members to be addressed
must be connected with each other, applied to voltage and switched on.
MODBUS Master
Main menu
Limits
Timer
Diagnostic
MODBUS Master
[P] Enter
[ESC] Info
Press the P-key to open the “MODBUS Master”.
MODBUS Master
Autoaddressing
[P] Enter
[ESC] Menu
MODBUS Master
Press the▼-key to select the “Bus Slavecount” menu.
0
Bus Slavecount
[P] Edit
[ESC] Menu
MODBUS Master
Press the P-key to open the menu.
Set the correct member count with the ▼ ▲ keys and confirm with the P-key.
Exit the menu with the Esc key combination ▼ + ▲.
5
Bus Slavecount
[P] Edit
[ESC] Menu
Info
Error message when entering too high a member count, alternately with the actual
value display.
Error MODBUS Com
Fan: 2
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9.15
Programming
Member MOBUS Master
After addressing, (manual or automatic) the members are then listed to the “MODBUS Master” menu
group.
Main menu
The function for activation by MODBUS is displayed after the address of the
member.
The same function is programmed initially for all members after addressing. |1.
Control Signal (2A) | .
I.e. every member is activated by the output of control circuit 1.
MODBUS Master
Fan 1 (2A)
Fan 2 (2A)
Fan 3 (2A)
[P] Enter
[ESC] Info
After selection with the ▼ ▲ keys, press the P-key to open the State menu of the member (menu
content depends on the type of member).
State menu member
Example: ECblue fan
Fan 1 (2A)
ECblue V13.05
Fan OK!
← Device type and firmware version
← Operating state of the member
Speed [rpm 570]
← Speed Actual value (1/min)
Motorcurrent [A] 2.60
← Current consumption
P=0W
[P] Edit
Level=0% ← Power consumption and modulation of the device
[ESC] Menu
To set the MODBUS function for the member, press the P-key.
Press the P-key to open the menu.
Select the desired MODBUS function with the ▼ ▲ keys and save with the P-key.
1. Control signal
Pre-programmed
function |1. Control Signal (2A) | = output of control circuit 1.
(2A)
For
example,
to
activate
speed controllers for fans or fans with integrated conMB Function
troller and MODBUS interface.
[P] Edit
[ESC] Menu
The programmable functions correspond to the functions for the analogue outputs
(
IO Setup).
For
members activated by control circuit 2, function: |2. Control Signal (8A) |
•
For
members activated in groups (function: |5A | , |11A | , |12A | ), the “Group
•
Version” setting must be observed, at factory setting “OFF” there is no
Controller Setup)!
activation (
Fan 1 (2A)
Exit the menu with the Esc key combination ▼ + ▲.
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10
10.1
Menu tables
Menues of operating modes
Mode
1.01
1.02
2.01
2.03
2.04
2.02
3.01
3.02
2.05
Parameter
3.03
3.04
4.01
4.02
4.03
5.01
5.02
User Setting
6.01
Factory setting
Info
Setting direct
1.02 =
80 %
Setting step1
1.02 = 0
-2.4 °C
E1-E2 actual
Control value
2.04 =
30.0 °C
E1 Actual
30.0 °C
E2 Actual
----2.04 =
30.0 °C
Setpoint1
1.Setpoint 12
20.0 °C
12.0 bar
22.6 °C
30.0 °C
-----
5.0 °C
30.0 °C
30.0 °C
0.0 °C
10.0 bar 10.0 bar
88.7 Pa 712 m3h 0.45 m/s
-88.7 °C -88.7 °C
-----
10.0 bar
-88.7 °C
12.0 bar 12.0 bar
35.0°C 35.0°C
----4.02,
4.03 =
21.0 °C
----5.02 =
21.0 °C
-----
100 Pa 530 m3h 0.50 m/s
2.Setpoint 13
4.02,
5.02 =
4.03 =
530 m3h
100 Pa
Setpoint control
Modulation
1. Control2
1.01 =
0%
1. Control3
Set external1
0%
0%
0%
0%
OFF
OFF
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
-----
-----
-----
-----
1.01 =
0%
Min. speed cut off
1. Min. speed cut
off2
OFF
2. Min. speed cut
off3
Start
PIN input
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Language
GB
GB
GB
GB
GB
GB
GB
GB
GB
US units
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Reset
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
1.01
1.02
2.01
2.03
2.04
2.02
2.05
3.01
3.02
3.03
3.04
4.01
4.02
4.03
5.01
5.02
6.01
9.31
9.31
9.31
9.31
9.31
9.31
9.31
9.31
9.31
Mode
xxx
SN:
000005- 000005- 000005- 000005- 000005- 000005- 000005- 000005- 000005E45536 E45536 E45536 E45536 E45536 E45536 E45536 E45536 E45536
Setting
Set Internal1
Setpoint2
Setting direct
1.01 =
80%
1.01 = - --1.02 =
80%
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Mode
1.01
1.02
2.01
2.03
2.04
2.02
2.05
Parameter
Setting step
3.01
3.02
3.03
3.04
4.01
4.02
4.03
5.01
5.02
User Setting
6.01
Factory setting
1
1.02 = 0
12.0 bar 12.0 bar
35.0°C 35.0°C
Setpoint1
1.Setpoint 12
20.0 °C
Setpoint2
1.Setpoint 22
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Pband 1
1. Pband 12
5.0 K
20.0 K
5.0 K
5.0 bar
7.0 K
5.0 bar
7.0 K
100 Pa 530 m3h 0.50 m/s
1. Pband 24
5.0 K
20.0 K
5.0 K
5.0 bar
7.0 K
5.0 bar
7.0 K
100 Pa 530 m3h 0.50 m/s
5.0 °C
0.0 °C
100 Pa 530 m3h 0.50 m/s
----4.03 =
100 Pa
-----
-----
Min. Speed
1.Min. Speed2
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
Max. Speed
1. Max. Speed2
100 %
100 %
100 %
100 %
100 %
100 %
100 %
100 %
100 %
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
100 %
0%
100 %
100 %
100 %
100 %
100 %
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Speed manual
1. Speed man.2
100 %
100 %
100 %
100 %
100 %
100 %
100 %
100 %
Offset AnalogOut
2.03 =
0.0 K
Pband AnalogOut
2.03 =
2.0 K
Min. AnalogOut
2.03 =
0%
Max. AnalogOut
2.03 =
100 %
OffsetDigitalOut
2.03 = 1.0 K
Hyst.DigitalOut
2.03 =
1.0 K
Alarm Minimum
2.03 =
0.0 °C
Alarm Maximum
2.03 =
40.0 °C
T-Band SA
4.02 +
4.03 =
30.0 K
5.02 =
30.0 K
T-Start SA
4.02 +
4.03 =
15.0 °C
5.02 =
15.0 °C
Min Setpoint
4.02 +
5.02 =
4.03 =
700 m3h
70.0 Pa
2.Setpoint 13
2.Setpoint 23
2. Pband 13
2. Pband 25
2. Min. Speed3
2. Max. Speed
3
Set external1
Manual mode
1. Manual mode2
1.01 =
ON
Protocol
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Mode
1.01
1.02
2.01
2.03
2.04
2.02
3.01
3.02
2.05
Parameter
3.03
3.04
4.01
4.02
4.03
5.01
5.02
User Setting
6.01
Factory setting
Base setup
Mode
E1 Analog In
1.01
1.02
1.01 = 0
- 10 V
Number steps
1.02 = 0
Step 1 value
1.02 = - - - (20%)
Step 2 value
1.02 = - - - (40%)
Step 3 value
1.02 = - - - (50%)
Step 4 value
1.02 = - - - (60%)
Step 5 value
1.02 = - -(100%)
2.01
2.03
2.04
TF
2.02
TF
3.01
3.02
2.05
TF
E1 Refrigerant
3.03
3.04
0-30
MBG
0-30
MBG
3.02 =
R503
3.04 =
R503
4.01
4.02
4.03
5.01
5.02
6.01
4.01 =
DSG200
DSG200 4.02 + 0-1 MAL
4.03 =
DSG50
E1 K-Factor
75
E1 Unit
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
E1 Decimals
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
E1 Min.
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
E1 max
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
0.0 Pa
0 m3h
0.0 m/s
4E
OFF
4.02 +
4.03 =
6E
OFF
5.02 =
6E
OFF
0-30
MBG
----4.02 =
TF
4.03 =
Bus
----5.02 =
TF
-----
0.00 bar 0.00 bar
149.9 °C 149.9 °C 149.9 °C
149.9 °C 149.9 °C
E1 Offset
E2 Function
E2 Analog In
1.01 =
OFF
OFF
2.04 =
4E
1.01 = - ---
----2.04 =
TF
OFF
-----
5E
OFF
TF
-----
3.04 =
R503
E2 Refrigerant
E2 K-Factor2
-----
E2 Unit
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
----4.03
= °C
E2 Decimals
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
----4.03 = 1
-----
-----
E2 Min.
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
----4.03 = 35.0 °C
-----
-----
E2 Max.
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
----4.03 =
65.0 °C
-----
-----
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Mode
1.01
1.02
2.01
2.03
2.04
2.02
3.01
3.02
2.05
Parameter
3.03
3.04
4.01
4.02
4.03
5.01
5.02
User Setting
6.01
Factory setting
----2.04 =
149.9 °C
E2 Offset
-----
149.9 °C
-----
0.00 bar
149.9 °C
--------4.02 +
5.02 =
4.03 =
149.9 °C
149.9 °C
-----
Controller Setup
PIN Protection
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Set protection
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Save User Setup
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
P
P
P
P
P
Pid
Pid
Pid
KP
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
KI
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
KD
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
50 %
Alarm sensors
Limit
-----
Min. speed cut off
1. Min. speed cut
off2
2. Min. speed cut
off3
Val>Set=n+
1. Val>Set=n+2
2. Val>Set=n+3
Type of control
1.Controller type2
2.Controller type3
TI
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Group 2 ON value
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
OFF Value Group2
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
nmin at Group2
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Group 3 ON value
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
OFF Value Group3
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
nmin at Group3
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Group version
Group 4 ON value
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
OFF Value Group4
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
nmin at Group4
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
External message
Offset control sig. 1
External error
0%
Selection amplifier
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
IO Setup
A1 Function
2A
2A
2A
2A
2A
2A
2A
2A
2A
A1 min.
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
A1 max.
10.0 V
10.0 V
10.0 V
10.0 V
10.0 V
10.0 V
10.0 V
10.0 V
10.0 V
A1 Inverting
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
A2 Function
1A
1A (2.03
= 6A)
1A
1A
1A
1A
1A
1A
1A
A2 min.
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
A2 max.
10.0 V
10.0 V
10.0 V
10.0 V
10.0 V
10.0 V
10.0 V
10.0 V
10.0 V
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Mode
1.01
1.02
2.01
2.03
2.04
2.02
2.05
Parameter
A2 Inverting
3.01
3.02
User Setting
4.01
4.02
4.03
5.01
5.02
6.01
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
3.03
3.04
Factory setting
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
D1 Function
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
4.03 =
1D
D1 Inverting
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
----4.03 =
OFF
-----
-----
D1 Busmode
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
----4.03 =
ON
-----
-----
D2 Function
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
4.03 =
5D
OFF
OFF
D2 Inverting
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
----4.03 =
OFF
-----
-----
D2 Busmode
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
----4.03 =
ON
-----
-----
D - D Relation
OG
OG
OG
OG
OG
OG
OG
OG
OG
E1 Inverting
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
E1 Busmode
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
----5.02 =
OFF
OFF
E2 Inverting
-----
----2.04 =
OFF
-----
OFF
-----
OFF
----4.02 +
4.03 =
OFF
E2 Busmode
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
4.03 =
ON
OFF
OFF
K1 Function
1K
1K (2.03
= 2K)
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
K1 Inverting
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
K2 Function
2K
2K (2.03
= 9K)
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
K2 Inverting
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
COM2 Function
MODBUS Slave
Limits
Level Function
1. Level. Function2
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Level min.
1. Level min.2
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Level max.
1. Level max.2
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Level Delay
1. Level Delay2
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Lmt E1 Function
OFF
OFF
2.03 =
1L
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
-----
----2.03 =
0.0 °C
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Lmt E1 min
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Mode
1.01
1.02
2.01
2.03
2.04
2.02
3.01
3.02
2.05
Parameter
3.03
3.04
User Setting
4.01
4.02
4.03
5.01
5.02
6.01
Factory setting
Lmt E1 max.
-----
----2.03 =
40.0 °C
-----
-----
------
-----
-----
-----
-----
Lmt E1 Hyst.
-----
----2.03 =
1.0 K
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Lmt E1 Del.
-----
----2.03 =
2 sec.
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Lmt E2 Function
-----
----2.04 =
OFF
-----
OFF
-----
OFF
----4.02,03
= OFF
----5.02 =
OFF
-----
Lmt E2 min.
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Lmt E2 max.
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Lmt E2 Hyst.
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Lmt E2 Delay
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Offset 1
1.Offset 12
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Offset 2
1.Offset 22
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Offset Hyst.
1. Offset Hyst.2
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
Offset Delay
1. Offset Del.2
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
-----
14:24
14:24
14:24
14:24
Offset Function
1. Offset Function2
Timer
Time
Date
14:24
14:24
14:24
14:24
14:24
19.04.13 19.04.13 19.04.13 19.04.13 19.04.13 19.04.13 19.04.13 19.04.13 19.04.13
Summertime Auto.
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Timer Function
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Mon ON1
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
Mon OFF1
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
Mon ON2
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
Mon OFF2
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
--:--
Mon
RTC Adjust
Timer Inverting
Override Time
Override Status
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
120 min 120 min 120 min 120 min 120 min 120 min 120 min 120 min 120 min
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Diagnostic
000056:- 000056:- 000056:- 000056:- 000056:- 000056:- 000056:- 000056:- 000056:Runtime Controller
46:13
46:13
46:13
46:13
46:13
46:13
46:13
46:13
46:13
Runtime Motor
000056:- 000056:- 000056:- 000056:- 000056:- 000056:- 000056:- 000056:- 000056:46:13
46:13
46:13
46:13
46:13
46:13
46:13
46:13
46:13
E1 - KTY
20.0 °C
E1-Current
0.00 mA 0.00 mA 0.00 mA 0.00 mA 0.00 mA 0.00 mA 0.00 mA 0.00 mA 0.00 mA
E1 - Voltage
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
0.00 V
0.00 V
0.00 V
0.00 V
0.00 V
0.00 V
0.00 V
0.00 V
0.00 V
E2 - KTY
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
20.0 °C
E2-Current
0.00 mA 0.00 mA 0.00 mA 0.00 mA 0.00 mA 0.00 mA 0.00 mA 0.00 mA 0.00 mA
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Mode
2.01
2.03
2.04
1.01
1.02
2.02
3.01
3.02
2.05
Parameter
3.03
3.04
User Setting
4.01
4.02
4.03
5.01
5.02
6.01
Factory setting
E2 - Voltage
D1
0.00 V
0.00 V
0.00 V
0.00 V
0.00 V
0.00 V
0.00 V
0.00 V
0.00 V
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
D2
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
K1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
K2
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
MODBUS Slave
Bus Address
247
247
247
247
247
247
247
247
247
Addressing
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
19200
19200
19200
19200
19200
19200
19200
19200
19200
8E1
8E1
8E1
8E1
8E1
8E1
8E1
8E1
8E1
UART Baudrate
UART Mode
MODBUS Master
Autoaddressing
Bus Slavecount
1
2
3
4
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
For adjustment "Setting Sep" > 0 (
Base setup)
Base Setup / Function E2)
For control circuit 1 in operation with a second control circuit (
For control circuit 2 in operation with a second control circuit (presetting depending on programmed function)
IO Setup)
In operation with control circuit 2 and programmed function 15 D for digital input (
In operation with control circuit 2 and programmed function 16 D for digital input (
IO Setup)
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
10.2
Possible allocation of the IOs, PINs
Units for analog inputs E1 and E2
The following units can be set for programmed sensors with free measuring range (0 - 10 V, 0 - 20 mA, 4 20 mA).
E1 Analog In *
°C, m3/h, bar, %, Pa, m/s, m3/s, Ohm, mbr, °F, ft/s, cfm, in.wg, psi, ppm
E2 Analog In
*
3
for Modes 5.01 and 5.02 display in m /h, other units are not possible
Analog outputs A1 and A2
Function
OFF
Description
no function
Constant voltage 10 V Constant voltage +10 V
Factory setting for “A2” at operation with one control circuit.
(1A)
Controlled
0 - 10 V output for control circuit 1 (factory setting for “A1”)
1. Control signal
(2A)
E1
(3A)
proportional input “E1”
E2
(4A)
proportional input “E2”
Group2
(5A)
Group control (
Controller Setup - group 2)
2.Cooling
(6A)
Only for mode 2.03 temperature controller with additional functions.
Controller output 2 with rising activation at Actual>Nominal = Cool.
2.Heating
(7A)
Only for mode 2.03 temperature controller with additional functions.
Controller output 2 with rising activation at Actual<Nominal = Heat.
2. control signal
(8A)
Controlled 0 - 10 V output vor control circuit 2.
Factory setting for “A2” at operation with second control circuit.
A second control circuit can be activated if required by programming the E2 function
(
Base Setup E2 functions 8E - 13E and second control circuit)
Speed
(9A)
proportionally 1.Control signal
Group3
(11A)
Group control (
Controller Setup - group 3)
Group4
(12A)
Group control (
Controller Setup - group 4)
Offset control sig. 1
(14A)
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Offset control signal 1
Setting offset
Controller Setup
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Digital inputs D1 and D2
Function
OFF
Enable
(1D)
External error
(2D)
Limit
(3D)
Description
no function (factory setting)
Enable (remote control) “ON” / “OFF”
External alarm indication
“Limit” ON / OFF
Influences control circuit 1 and control circuit 2
E1 / E2
(4D)
Switch over input “E1” / “E2” (for operation with one control circuit)
Reset
(10D)
Complete re-start of the device
Max. Speed
(11D)
Override Time
(21D)
Setting Max. Speed “ON” / “OFF”
Influences the respectively set value “1. Max. Speed” and “2. Max. Speed” in operation
with two control circuits.
Overwrite timer function (in operation with timer)
For Mode Speed controller 1.01
Setpoint1/2
(5D)
Setpoint int./ext.
(6D)
Switch over “Set Intern1” / “Set Intern2”
“Setting External 1” must be at “OFF”.
Switch over “Intern” / “Extern”
For modes as controller higher 2.01
Setpoint1/2
(5D)
Switch over “Setpoint 1” / “Setpoint 2”for control circuit1
Setpoint int./ext.
(6D)
Switch over “Intern” / “Extern”
Possible only for operation with one control circuit!
Control/Manual
(7D)
Switch over “automatic control” / “Speed manual”
Possible only for operation with one control circuit!
Heating/Cooling
(8D)
Switch over control function (e.g. “heating” / “cooling”)
1.Setp+Pband1/2
(15D)
E1 / E2
(4D)
2. Setpoint 1/2
(9D)
2.Setp+Pband1/2
(16D)
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for control circuit 1: Switch over Setpoint 1/2 and Pband 1/1
When programming this function, “Setting” additionally lists the parameter: “1.Pband 1.
for control circuit 1”
Only active in operation with a second control circuit
The output for control circuit 2 is set additionally to “A2” to “A1” (regardless of the
programmed function for |A1 | ). The first control circuit has no output for the duration of
the switch over.
The switch over input “E1” / “E2” as in operation with one control circuit is no longer
possible.
for control circuit 2: Switch over “Setpoint 1” / “Setpoint 2”
for control circuit 2: Switch over Setpoint 1/2 and Pband 1/2
When programming this function, “Setting” additionally lists the parameter: “2.Pband 2
for control circuit 2”
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Analogue input E2
Function
Description Function E2
OFF
no function (factory setting)
For mode speed controller 1.01
1E
Operation with a second setting signal (switch over “E1” <-> “E2” via floating contact)
4E
Operation with a second setting signal and automatic control at the higher level (“E1” <> “E2”)
For modes as controller higher 2.01
|1E | = External Setpoint e.g. via external signal (0 - 10 V) instead of “Setpoint 1”
Ext. Setpoint
(1E)
Ext. Manual mode
(2E)
External manual operation via external signal (0 - 10 V). Switch over between settings
on the device and external manual operation via digital input.
Sensor average with E1 (
Average E1
(3E)
Comparison E1
(4E)
Sensor comparison with E1 (
Sensor difference to E1 (
Difference E1
(5E)
Setpoint derating
(6E)
mode 2.04 )
mode 2.04 )
mode 2.05 )
Sensor for setpoint outdoor temperature controlled (
mode 4.02 , 5.02 ).
Measurement value e.g. Measurement value e.g. for limit indication, display in Info
menu “E2 Actual”.
Measurement
(7E)
For activation of a second control circuit
operation with second control circuit)
(only possible in certain modes (
Temperature
(8E)
Temperature control, pre-settings and sensor selection correspond to mode 2.01
Cold-Pressure
(9E)
Pressure control condensers, pre-settings and sensor selection correspond to mode
3.01
Cold-Temperature
(10E)
Pressure control condensers with input for refrigerant, pre-settings, sensor selection
and input for refrigerant corresponding to mode 3.02
Air Pressure
(11E)
Air flow
(12E)
Air speed
(13E)
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Pressure control air conditioning, pre-settings and sensor selection correspond to
mode 4.01
Volume control, pre-settings, sensor selection and K-factor for inlet ring correspond to
mode 5.01
Air velocity control, pre-settings correspond to mode 6.01
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Digital outputs K1 and K2
Function
Description
No function
Relays remain always de-energized
OFF
Operating indication Operating indication (factory setting for “K1”, non inverting).
Operation without fault, reports enable “OFF”
(1K)
Fault indication (factory setting for “K2”, non inverting).
Pulled up in operation without fault, with release “OFF” not dropped out.
Fault indication
Drops out in case of line and device fault and external fault at the digital input. Depend(2K)
ing on programming in event of sensor failure.
External fault separate with message at digital input (factory setting if terminals
bridged)
External error
(3K)
Limit modulation
(4K)
Limit modulation
Over or falling below modulation
Limit E1
(5K)
Limit “E1”
When over or falling below limits for input signal “E1”
Limit E2
(6K)
Limit “E2”
When over or falling below limits for input signal “E2”
Setpoint Offset
(7K)
For modes as controller higher 2.01
Setpoint Offset
Deviation between actual value and setpoint to high
Group2
(8K)
Group control (Group 2)
Switching on fans depending on modulation
Group3
(12K)
Group control (Group 3)
Switching on fans depending on modulation
Group4
(13K)
Group control (Group 4)
Switching on fans depending on modulation
For modes as temperature controller with additional functions 2.03
2.Heating
(9K)
Heating function
Switch ON point: temperature = Setpoint +/- Offset
Switch OFF point: Temperature around hysteresis over switch ON point
2.Cooling
(10K)
Cooling function
Switch ON point: temperature = Setpoint +/- Offset
Switch OFF point: Temperature around hysteresis below switch ON point
Limits GW E1 and GW E2
Function
OFF
Failure
(1L)
Message
(2L)
Filter error
(3L)
Description function GW E1, GW E2
no function
Indication with the centralized fault of a programmed relay (IO allocation Function |2K | ).
Warning symbol in display, “AL” code in events memory.
Is merely displayed in the events menu as message “msg”.
Like function |1L | with fault message “Filter”
Filter Message Like function |2L | with fault message “Filter”
(4L)
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Diagnostics menu
PINs
PIN
11
Function
PIN 0010
Opening service menu, if PIN-protection activated
PIN 1234
Freischalten Menu group “Setting”.
Controller Setup)
if “set protection” = “ON” (
PIN 9090
Restore user setting
PIN 9091
Save user setting (corresponds function “Save user setup” = “ON”
PIN 9095
Restore factory setting = delivery status
Controller Setup)
Diagnostics menu
Main menu
IO Setup
Limits
Timer
Autoaddressing
Diagnostic
Diagnostic
000419:27:28
Runtime Controller
Diagnostic
The diagnostics menu supplies information about the momentary operating condition
of the device.
Operating hours on the line
The time counter (h:m:s) runs as soon as line voltage is applied to the device and the
device is switched on (without failure).
If events occur (e.g. sensor failure, MODBUS communication etc.), the operating time
Protocol).
at this time is also saved (
Operating hours with modulation
The time counting (h:m:s) runs only when a modulation of the controller is present
000146:23:54
Runtime Motor
Diagnostic
Signal height at analog input E1 (Analog In 1)
20.0 °C
E1 - KTY
Diagnostic
9.0 mA
E1-Current
Diagnostic
4.0 V
E1 - Voltage
Diagnostic
Signal height at analog input E2 (Analog In 2)
20.0 °C
E2 - KTY
Diagnostic
9.0 mA
E2-Current
Diagnostic
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Protocol
4.0 V
E2 - Voltage
Diagnostic
Status digital input 1 (Digital In 1)
ON = terminals D1 - 24V bridged ↔ OFF = terminals D1 - 24V not bridged
OFF
D1
Diagnostic
Status digital input 2 (Digital In 2)
ON = terminals D2 - 24V bridged ↔ OFF = terminals D2 - 24V not bridged
OFF
D2
Diagnostic
OFF = relay K1 de-energized: terminals 11 - 12 bridged
ON = relay K1 energized: terminals 11 - 14 bridged
ON
K1
Diagnostic
OFF = relay K2 de-energized: terminals 21 - 22 bridged
ON = relay K2 energized: terminals 21 - 24 bridged
OFF
K2
12
12.1
Protocol
Display and query of events and malfunctions
Main menu
Start
Setting
Protocol
Base setup
Controller Setup
Events during operation can lead to a malfunctioning of the device.
The last 100 events are saved in the “Protocol” menu group.
Position 1 = latest event, display: Protocol 1/100
Position 100 = last saved event, display: Protocol 100/100
The saved events are retained even after resetting to factory setting (
group Start / PIN input)!
menu
The device distinguishes between several event types which are identified by different symbols.
Example
Protocol 1/100
Modulation
Runtime Controller
000493:04:59
Protocol 2/100
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Attention symbol = message
The message is only listed in the protocol. There is no message alternately with
the actual value display and no message via alarm relay.
Exception
In case of sensor failure there is always a message in the display (
Controller
Setup / Alarm Sensors) .
Bell symbol = Alarm
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Error MODBUS Com
Runtime Controller
000193:04:59
Protocol 2/100
Protocol
The alarm message is listed in the protocol and appears alternately with the
actual value display.
Message by alarm relay depending on the type of failure and programming.
Cross symbol = previous messages
Line Fault
Runtime Controller
000493:04:59
Cause of the message no longer exists.
Example: Previous line failure on a member
Protocol 2/100
Line Fault
Runtime Controller
000493:04:59
[P] Details
Previous line failure on a member connected via the MODBUS interface.
When the failure was cleared (line voltage available again), the device was on
the line for 493 hours, 4 minutes and 59 seconds.
[ESC]Menu
Press the P-key to show further details.
Protocol 2/100
Line Fault
Date
Time
15.04.13
10:24
[P] Details
Date and time when the failure was cleared (time setting
[ESC]Menu
Press the P-key to show further details.
Protocol 2/100
Line Fault
Place
Fan 1
[P] Details
Member on which the failure occurred.
[ESC]Menu
Press the P-key to show further details.
Protocol 2/100
Line Fault
Modulation
0%
[P] Details
Modulation of the member at the time of the message.
[ESC]Menu
Exit the menu with the Esc key combination ▼ + ▲.
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timer)
Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
12.2
Protocol
Messages and trouble shooting
A momentary pending alarm or error message is indicated by a blinking display and appears
alternately with the actual value display.
Display
Cause
Relais switches *
Operation
-
Failure
Adjustment
-
Line voltage available?
Unit switch OFF and automatically
ON when the voltage has been reNo line voltage
Jumper J1 for USB interface stored
Check line fuse
plugged
Check jumper J1, pull off or only plug
to one PIN
X
-
No enable
Switch OFF by external contact
(function |1D | = enable programmed
for Digital In)
-
-
fault in Eprom
Works with defaults.
-
X
fault EEP damaged
Works with defaults.
X
X
EEP data incorrectly
controller runs with the read settings.
X
Sensor 1
Interruption / short circuit in
the sensor leads or sensor
values measured are outside measuring range
The device works with minimal or
maximum modulation depending on
whether there is a short-circuit or an
interruption, and on the programmed
mode of operation.
Check sensor
-
X
Sensor2
Interruption / short circuit in
the sensor leads or sensor
values measured are outside measuring range
The device works with minimal or
maximum modulation depending on
whether there is a short-circuit or an
interruption, and on the programmed
mode of operation.
Check sensor
-
X
Alarm from external contact
Device continues working unchanged.
check contacts.
no display
OFF
Reaction of Controller
Factory setting
EEP error
EEP Corruption
Sensor 1
Sensor2
External error *
EC Motors
Filter
Frost protection
Adiabatik
Firealarm
Pressure switch
Gas alarm
Water alarm
RCD
-
Messages for programmed limits
Modulation
Filter **
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-
X
Limit alarm modulation
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Device continues working unchanged.
Limit indication depending on
modulation. .
Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Display
Protocol
Cause
Relais switches *
Lmt E1 min
Filter **
Lmt E1 max.
Filter **
Lmt E2 min.
Filter **
Lmt E2 max.
Filter **
Offset 1
Filter **
Offset 2
Filter **
Reaction of Controller
Operation
Failure
-
X
Limit indication minimum
Signal actual value at “E1”
below setting
Device continues working unchanged.
Limit indication depending on setting or sensor signal.
-
X
Limit indication maximum
Signal actual value at “E1”
above setting
Device continues working unchanged.
Limit indication depending on setting or sensor signal.
-
X
Limit indication minimum
Signal actual value at “E2”
above setting
Device continues working unchanged.
Limit indication depending on setting or sensor signal.
-
X
Limit indication maximum
Signal actual value above
setting
Device continues working unchanged.
Limit indication depending on setting or sensor signal.
-
X
Limit alarm deviation from
Offset 1 too high
Device continues working unchanged.
Limits depending on the deviation
from the setpoint.
-
X
Limit alarm deviation from
Offset 2 too high
Device continues working unchanged.
Limits depending on the deviation
from the setpoint.
Adjustment
For operation as MODBUS Master
When networking via the MODBUS Master interface, the individual error messages of the members are
operating instructions of the respective device).
displayed. These depend on the type of member (
Example:
Error MODBUS Com
Fan: 8
Motor fault
Fan: 3
Line Fault
Fan: 6
X
Connection to the MODBUS Device continues working unchanged.
Master interface interrupted
Check member count
Entered member count too
Check MODBUS connection.
high
-
X
Example for motor fault at
member with address 3
The control module continues running
unchanged.
Reset required on the member (
operating instructions of the device
concerned).
-
X
Example for line failure at
member with address 6
The control module continues running
unchanged.
Check line supply of member.
-
* Alternative display texts for error message via external contact
** Alternative display texts for limit alarms
limits function |3L |
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Controller Setup / display text for external message.
Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
13
13.1
Enclosure
Enclosure
Technical data
Type
Part-No.
CXE/AV
320053
CXE/AVE
320056
CXE/AV
320055
CXG-24AV
320057
CXG-24AVE
320058
*
Line voltage
Weight
0.9 kg
1 ~ 230 V (-15 % to +10 %), 50/60 Hz
2 ~ 400 V (-10 %...+10 %), 50 / 60 Hz
0.65 kg
0.9 kg
0.75 kg
24 V DC +/- 20% (current consumption 65 mA) *
0.5 kg
plus current consumption of connected sensors (at 24 VDC)
Input resistance for sensor or signal
set for the rotational speed (E1, E2)
for 0 - 10 V input: Ri > 900 kΩ
for input 4 - 20 mA: Ri = 250 Ω (max. load 500 Ω)
Voltage supply e.g. for sensors
+24 V (-30...+20 %), Imax 70 mA
(for version 24V DC this depends directly on supply voltage)
Analog output (A1, A2 0 - 10 V)
Load resistance (load) > 5 kΩ
Short-circuit proof, short-circuit current = 24 mA
Digital inputs (D1, D2)
Ri approx. 7.8 kΩ
Input current typ. 2.5 mA
Voltage range high level: 7.1...19 V DC
Voltage range low level: 0....2.7 V DC
Max. heat dissipation
approx. 10 W
Max. line fuse
10 A
Max. permissible ambient temperature 55 °C
Min. permissible ambient temperature
0 °C (if mains voltage is not switched off up to -20 °C)
Permissible installation height
0...4000 m amsl
≤ 2000 m: no limitation
> 2000 m: max. permissible line voltage = max. voltage indication name plate minus
1.29 % / 100 m
Permissible rel. humidity
85 % no condensation
Electromagnetic compatibility for the
standard voltage 230 / 400 V according to DIN IEC 60038
Interference emission EN 61000-6-3 (domestic household applications)
Housing protection
IP54
For type CXE/AV E & CXG-24AV E (version for panel mounting) only front in built in
condition.
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Interference immunity EN 61000-6-2 (industrial applications)
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Operating Instructions UNIcon MODBUS Master
Enclosure
Connectable conductors (information for all terminals)
Cross section min. Cross section
max.
Push-In
Terminals
Terminal range, rated connection
0.13 mm2
1.5 mm2
Wire connection cross section AWG
AWG 24
AWG 16
Solid H05(07) V-U
0.2 mm2
1.5 mm2
Flexible H05(07) V-K
0.2 mm2
1.5 mm2
2
With wire end ferrule DIN 46 228/1
0.25 mm
1.5 mm2
Wire plastic collar ferrule DIN 46 228/4,
0.25 mm2
0.75 mm2
Rigid conductors and conductors with wire end ferrules can be plugged into the terminal without tools. Use the
flexible conductor for connection and the push button for release.
Stripping length: 8 mm
The data refer to the connection possibilities of the terminals. The necessary conductor cross section must be dimensioned
according to the respective prevailing conditions.
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Enclosure
Connection diagram
UNIcon CXE/AV(E), CXG-24AV(E)
5
J1
Kontaktbelastung
Contact rating
max. AC 250 V 2 A
L1
(+)
N
(-)
11
PE
14
12
21
24
2A
(2D+)
ID
GND
22
CXE/AV(E)
N
D1
24V
A1
D2
GND
A2
2B
(2D-)
Analog
In 1/2
TF
In 1/2
GND
E1
T
GND
E2
T
USB
6
TF..
q
MODBUS
Master
(RS-485)
L1
Analog
Out 1/2
K2
Netz
Line
1
1B
(1D-)
24 V DC
Out
Addressing
K1
1A
(1D+)
Digital
In 1/2
PE
1 ~ 230 V 50/60 Hz
+
+
Ausgänge
Outputs
0...10 V
(RL > 5 kΩ)
GND MODBUS
Digitale
Slave
Eingänge
(RS-485)
für
potenzialfreie
Kontakte
Digital inputs
for potential
free contacts
+
+
Eingänge
Inputs
0...10 V
0...20 mA
4...20 mA
3
KTY 81-210
PT 1000
4
2
CXE/AV(E)
MCRE17K0
05.12.2012
L1 L2 PE
2 ~ 400 V 50/60 Hz
CXG-24AV(E)
+
DC 24 V
1
2
3
4
5
6
Line
Digital inputs for potential-free contacts
Outputs (Imax = 2 mA): A1 pre-programmed control output e.g. for controlling a speed controller. Fans with integrated controller and input 0 10 V can be activated directly. A2 pre-programmed for constant voltage +10 V
Inputs E1 + E2: 0...10 V, 0...20 mA, 4...20 mA, TF.. (KTY, Pt1000)
Contact rating max. AC 250 V 2 A (ohmic load)
Jumper J1 for USB interface (Bootloader)
Attention!
Plug the jumper J1 to both PINs only for a software update via USB interface. The device will not switch on if this jumper is
plugged to both PINs!
Do not replug the jumper under voltage, observe the safety instructions!
0 - 10 V
E1
GND
0 - 10 V
E1
KTY81-210
PT1000
A1
TF..
10 k
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24V
T
GND
E1
DSG 0 - 10 V
24V
MAL 0 - 10 V
E1
24V
GND
BN
1
3
BN
GN
WH
E1
GND
YE
1
2
3
MBG..
DSG..
MAL1/10
(4 - 20 mA)
(0 - 10 V)
(0 - 10 V)
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Enclosure
Dimensions [mm]
Type CXE/AV & CXG-24AV (wall housing IP54)
Type CXE/AVE & CXG-24/ AVE (panel mounting)
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A
addition,
addressed
automatic addressing
Average calculation
O
11
12
12, 85
30
B
Base setup
bus mode
53
73
Outdoor installation
8
P
P-component
pin code
PIN input
PIN protection
Protocol
PT1000
54
48
48
50-51
100
10, 29
C
COM2
control cable
control circuit 1
Control circuit 2
74
9
16
16
R
refrigerant
Relay outputs
37
10
S
D
D-component
date
diagnostics menu
Digital inputs
DSG
54
79
99
62
40, 43
second control circuit
SIM
SMS
standard voltages
State menu
summertime automatic
switching times
17
74
74
9
87
81
81
E
Enable
error message
Events
External Setpoint
64
101
100
19
T
Technical data
time
timer function
two-wire-technology
4, 104
79
79
10
G
group control
55
USB
user settings
I
I-component
Input resistance
U
54
104
14
51
W
wintertime
81
K
K Factor
43
L
Limit
Limits
52
75
M
mains voltage
MAL
MBG
member count
members
Menu tables
Minimum speed cut off
MODBUS Master
MODBUS Slave
Mode
9
46
36
86
84, 87
88
52
11, 84
11, 83
15
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Index
Manufacturer reference
Our products are manufactured in accordance with the relevant international regulations. If you have
any questions concerning the use of our products or plan special uses, please contact:
ZIEHL-ABEGG SE
Heinz-Ziehl-Straße
74653 Künzelsau
Telephone: +49 (0) 7940 16-0
Telefax: +49 (0) 7940 16-504
info@ziehl-abegg.de
http://www.ziehl-abegg.de
13.6
Service information
If you have any technical questions while commissioning or regarding malfunctions, please contact
our technical support for control systems - ventilation technology.
phone: +49 (0) 7940 16-800
Email: fan-controls-service@ziehl-abegg.de
Our worldwide contacts are available in our subsidiaries for deliveries outside of Germany, see
www.ziehl-abegg.com.
If you make returns for inspections or repairs we need certain information in order to facilitate focused
trouble shooting and fast repair. Please use our repair ticket for this. It is provided to you after you
have consulted our support department.
In addition, you can download it from our homepage. Support - Downloads - General documents.
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