Z-Wave to Systemair HVAC Adapter User Manual - Z

Z-Wave to Systemair HVAC Adapter
User Manual
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Contents
1 Declaration of Conformity ...........................................................................................................
2 Overview...................................................................................................................................
3 Z-Wave coexistence...................................................................................................................
4 Installation.................................................................................................................................
5 Settings menu ...........................................................................................................................
6 Add device to Z-Wave network — Inclusion .................................................................................
7 Remove device from Z-Wave network — Exclusion......................................................................
8 Associations ..............................................................................................................................
9 Thermostat HVAC and Basic command class ..............................................................................
10 Application status.....................................................................................................................
11 Temperature setpoint................................................................................................................
12 Fan mode ................................................................................................................................
13 Boost Mode .............................................................................................................................
14 Alarms ....................................................................................................................................
15 Configuration ...........................................................................................................................
16 Operational modes and indicators .............................................................................................
16.1 Factory reset ..................................................................................................................
16.2 Firmware uploading ........................................................................................................
17 Configuring the unit while device is added to Z-Wave network.....................................................
18 Technical specification..............................................................................................................
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1 Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer
Systemair UAB
Linų st. 101
LT–20174 Ukmergė, LITHUANIA
Office: +370 340 60165 Fax: +370 340 60166
www.systemair.com
hereby confirms that the following product
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complies with all applicable requirements in the following directive
• The Radio and Terminal Communications (R&TTE) Directive 1999/5/EC
and the following harmonized standards are applied in applicable parts:
EN 301-489-1 V1.9.2:2011
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 1: Common
technical requirements
EN 301-489-3 V1.6.1:2013
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 3: Specific
conditions for Short-Range Devices (SRD) operating on frequencies between 9 kHz
and 246 GHz
EN 300 220-1 V2.3.1:2012
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Short Range
Devices (SRD); Radio equipment to be used in the 25 MHz to 1 000 MHz frequency
range with power levels ranging up to 500 mW; Part 1: Technical characteristics
and test methods
EN 300 220-2 V2.4.1:2012
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Short Range
Devices (SRD); Radio equipment to be used in the 25 MHz to 1 000 MHz frequency
range with power levels ranging up to 500 mW; Part 2: Harmonized EN covering
essential requirements under article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive
EN 62479:2010
Assessment of the compliance of low power electronic and electrical equipment with
the basic restrictions related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields (10 MHz
to 300 GHz)
EN 60730-1: 2007:
Automatic electrical controls for household and similar use - Part 1: General
requirements
The units will meet the requirements of the WEEE and ROHS directives.
The complete technical documentation is available.
Skinnskatteberg, 05-05-2016
Mats Sándor
Technical Director
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2 Overview
The Systemair Z-Wave Ventilation is a residential heat recovery ventilation system, which consists of
the following main modules:
• Ventilation Unit, which is controlled by a module called PCU-ECx, where ‘x’ is a digit representing
the module generation
• One or more local User Interface/s called CDx, where ‘x’ is a digit representing the module generation.
The CDx is connected to the PCU-ECx. Via CDx the user can control locally the Ventilation Unit.
• Z-Wave to Systemair HVAC Interface Adapter, which connects the Z-Wave network with the Ventilation
Unit.
3 Z-Wave coexistence
This Product can be included and operated in any Z-Wave network with other Z-Wave certified devices
from other manufacturers and/or other applications. All non-battery operated nodes within the network will
act as repeaters regardless of vendor to increase reliability of the network.
4 Installation
Danger
• All electrical connections must be carried out by an authorized installer and in accordance with
local rules and regulations.
Z-Wave adapter connects a wireless control (gateway) and a residential unit to be able to communicate
wireless.
1
Install the residential unit. Remove label that
covers a Modbus connection.
2
Connect Z-Wave adapter to the Modbus connection
on the unit using a provided cable with RJ45 type
plugs.
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Connect the Z-Wave adapter to the power supply.
4
Activate and configure the gateway.
5 Settings menu
The following HVAC unit setting are relevant to Z-Wave interface adapter.
Menu level 1
Menu level 2
Service
Function
Language
→ Version
Version
Appl.
Boot.
[Unit type]
CD
EC
4.04.00 4.06.00
1.00.02 2.00.06
Service
Language
Version
→ Firmware1
Firmware
Unit
Gateway
Update
CD
4.04.00
4.04.00
Yes/No
Service
Week program
Airflow log
→ Functions
Function
Wireless
Defrosting
→ Modbus
1.
Menu level 3
Menu level 4
Modbus
→ Settings
Gateway
Settings
Address 1
Baud 19200
Parity None
Modbus
Settings
→ Gateway
Gateway
State:Not
present/Present/
Updating
EC
4.06.00
4.06.00
White background on “Firmware” if no communication to gateway.
6 Add device to Z-Wave network — Inclusion
When the device is not added to a Z-Wave network, then triple short clicks of the inclusion button will start
the inclusion. The device begins a classic inclusion. If after 3 attempts the inclusion doesn’t succeed,
then the Network Wide Inclusion will be started.
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7 Remove device from Z-Wave network —
Exclusion
When the device is already included in a Z-Wave network, then triple short clicks of the inclusion button
will exclude it from that Z-Wave network.
8 Associations
The Device supports one, the Lifeline Association Group only. Maximum 5 nodes can be added to that
group. The device uses the Lifeline group to send the following unsolicited reports:
• Thermostat Mode Report – when thermostat mode changes,
• Thermostat Setpoint Report – when the temperature setpoint changes,
• Thermostat Fan Mode Report – when the fan level changes,
• Notification Report – when an alarm occurs,
• Switch Binary Report – when the device enter/exit the Boost mode,
• Device Reset Locally – at factory reset
9 Thermostat HVAC and Basic command class
The Systemair Z-Wave Ventilation supports two thermostat modes which are mapped to the Comfort and
Energy Saving Mode:
Table 1: Thermostat HVAC Modes mapping
Thermostat Mode Command Class
Number
Mode
Basic CC Set/Report Value
Mapped as
0x0A
Auto changeover
0xFF
Comfort Mode
0x0D
Away
0x00
Energy Saving Mode
10 Application status
Some of the implemented CCs need to be translated to the Ventilation Unit via the Modbus interface.
Due to some reasons that communication couldn’t be available, for example – disconnected/damaged
communication cable. In order to cover such situations, the Application Status Command Class has
been implemented.
So, In case of no communication between Z-Wave Adapter and the Ventilation Unit Module, the Device
will send “Application Reject Request” for all Z-Wave commands required communication with the
Ventilation Unit.
If the Modbus communication is up and running, the device is always available to respond in the specified
time, i.e. the device will never report “Application Busy” command.
11 Temperature setpoint
The device supports “Thermostat Auto changeover” setpoint type only. The setpoint range varies in
depend of the ventilation system type (Table 3) and some other ventilation unit configurations. All of these
dependencies must be fixed at inclusion time, so the system will be fully defined. The Host shall retrieve
the setpoint range using the Thermostat Setpoint Capabilities Get V3 command. In additional to the
reported Min and Max Values, 0°C is supported as well.
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The device accepts the setpoints in a predefined step in the reported range. It is available via the
Configuration CC, parameter 5 (see Table 2: Configuration Parameters).
12 Fan mode
The device will support Fan Auto Mode, if both RH and CO2 senors are present. This must be done
at inclusion time.
The Z-Wave Systemair Ventilation supports following Thermostat Fan Modes:
Thermostat Fan Mode
Bit Off
Value
0
0
Auto/Auto Low
1
-
-
0
1
Low
0
3
High
0
5
Medium
Ventilation Unit Fan
Mode
Mode
Demand/Automatic
Level
Auto
Off
Low
Manual
High
Normal
13 Boost Mode
The Systemair Z-Wave Ventilation has implemented a Boost Mode. That mode overrides the selected fan
speed, setting it to a predefined level (usually high) for a predefined time period.
To set the Boost Mode remotely via Z-Wave, the Binary Switch CC is used. But that binary switch is a
bit special – Once it is turned ON, it locks itself in ON position for the predefined time period, and it
can’t be turned off until that time period expires.
The Host can use the Ventilation System Boost mode in case of smoke or fire alarm for example.
14 Alarms
The implemented Notification CC V3 is used to report the device malfunctions:
• Notification Type 0x09 – “System”
• Event Type 0x03 – “System Hardware Failure with manufacture proprietary code”
The failures are reported in a two bytes value, where each bit represents a certain alarm. If the bit is set
(1) the alarm is active, and if the bit is cleared (0) the alarm is not active.
Any bit’s transition from 0 to 1 will trigger an unsolicited Notification Report. The system maintains a repeat
timeout counter for each alarm, which is hard coded to 24 hours. So, an alarm occurrence runs its counter.
When the repeat time expires and the alarm still exists (its bit is set) a new unsolicited Notification Report
will be send. A bit’s transition from 1 to 0 clears its repeat counter.
The alarms are generated in the Ventilation Unit.
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Table 2: System Hardware Alarms/Failures
bit
0
Mask
0x0001
Description
Alarm/Failure
Filter Alarm
Active when the time for filter
replacement has run out.
1
0x0002
Fan Alarm
Active when no tacho signals have
been received for 20 seconds while
the fan shall be running. Cleared only
upon detection of tacho signals. So,
turning off the fans will not clear the
alarm flag.
2
0x0004
Rotor Alarm
Active in case no rotor signal is
received.
3
0x0008
Frost Alarm
Active when the temperature
conditions for Frost alarm are valid.
4
0x0010
PB Failure
Active when a load fault is detected.
5
0x0020
Emergency Thermostat
Active when the emergency
thermostat is active.
6
0x0040
Damper
Active in case of a failed damper test.
Can only be cleared by a power cycle.
7
0x0080
Low SS
Active if the supply sir temperature is
too low.
8
0x0100
Defrosting
Active when defrosting has failed.
9
0x0200
RH Sensor
Active if the RH sensor is not detected
while it is required.
10
0x0400
Supply Air Temperature Sensor
Active if the temperature sensor is
broken
11
0x0800
Extract Air Temperature Sensor
Active if the temperature sensor is
broken
12
0x1000
Exhaust Air/Preheater Temperature Sensor
Active if the temperature sensor is
broken
13
0x2000
Over Temperature/Frost Protection Sensor
Active if the temperature sensor is
broken
14
0x4000
Outdoor Air Temperature Sensor
Active if the temperature sensor is
broken
15
0x8000
Reserved
15 Configuration
The device supports 7 configuration parameters. Some of them are read/write, but some are read only. All
Configuration Set commands received for read only parameters will be ignored, i.e. the set command will
not affect these parameters.
Table 3: Configuration Parameters
#
Name
R/W
Size
Def
Description
Example
1
System Type
R
2
-
Ventilation System Type
Table 3.
2
Filter - Period
R
2
-
In step of 30 days
6=180days
3
Filter - Days Used
R
2
-
How many days has been used
since the last change
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Configuration Parameters cont'd
Name
#
4
Boost Mode Remaining
Time
5
Temperature Setpoint Step
6
CDx New Firmware Version
Available
7
PCU-ECx New Firmware
Version Available
Description
Example
R/W
Size
Def
R
2
-
How many seconds are left for
Boost mode
R
2
-
The min change available in
degree Celsius x 10
25 = 2.5C
R/W
4
0
The New FW Version:
V. 5.02.03:
MSB – don’t care/0x00,
MSB = x,
Next – version High,
Next = 05,
Next – version Middle,
Next = 02,
LSB – version Low.
LSB = 03.
R/W
4
0
Table 4: Ventilation System Types for Parameter #1
Number
Ventilation System Type
0
VR400
1
VR700
2
VR700DK
3
VR400DE
4
VTC300
5
VTC700
6 ÷ 11
Not Used
12
VTR250
13
VTR200B
14
VSR300
15
VSR500
16
VSR150
17
VTR300
18
VTR500
19
VSR300DE
20
VTC200
21
VSC100
Parameters 6 and 7 are used to inform the user that a new firmware is downloaded in the Z-wave Adapter
and is available for bootloading. Then the user can initiate the bootloading via the local UI (CDx).
16 Operational modes and indicators
The Z-Wave Adapter module has 4 operational modes:
• Normal
• Not Included
• Factory Reset
• Firmware Uploading
All operational modes and readiness to enter in a mode are indicated with a two colors LED.
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The Z-Wave Adapter operates in Normal mode when it is included in a Z-Wave network and the
communication with the ventilation unit is up and running. That mode is indicated with the following LED
pattern (One squire is about 0.1s, R — Red LED is ON, G — Green LED is ON, Empty — Both
are OFF):
LED pattern 1: Normal mode
G
While the Z-Wave Adapter is in Normal mode and in case of no communication with the Ventilation Unit, a
Fault condition occurs and will be indicated as:
LED pattern 2: Fault condition in Normal mode
R
While the device is not included in a Z-Wave network following led pattern is shown:
LED pattern 3: Device is not included
R
G
16.1 Factory reset
Please, DO NOT use factory reset if the primary controller is present and operational, but remove device
from Z-Wave network instead. It is allowed to do factory reset if the primary controller is missing or
inoperable only.
To do a Factory Reset the user must follow the following procedure:
1. Press and hold the inclusion button for 6 seconds – Device Indicate “Ready for Factory Reset”
LED pattern 4: Factory reset is ready
G
R
G
R
2. Release it – Device Indicate “Factory Reset request accepted”
LED pattern 5: Factory reset request accepted
G G R R G G R R
3. Press it again and hold for 3 seconds – Indicate “Performing Factory Reset”
LED pattern 6: Factory reset mode
G
G
R
R
The Z-Wave Adapter is indicating each phase with a different LED pattern – see “Operational modes
and indicators”.
At each step the Z-Wave Adapter will wait for a while for the next user action, and then will cancel the
Factory Reset procedure.
During the Factory Reset the device will resets all Z-Wave part. This includes parameter 6 and 7 values as
well as the eventually already downloaded (fully or partially) firmware images for ventilation unit.
After Factory Reset, the Z-Wave Adapter will enter in “Not Included” mode.
16.2 Firmware uploading
When the Z-Wave Adapter has been downloaded a new firmware version for PCU-ECx and/or CDx
module/s, it/they can be uploaded to the Ventilation Unit.
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A Firmware Uploading is initiated by a request from the ventilation unit via its local UI. This will start the
uploading of the firmware available in the Z-Wave Adapter to the Ventilation Unit. The led pattern below
shows the Firmware Uploading mode is about to be entered:
LED pattern 7: Firmware uploading mode ready
G
G
R
G
G
G
Upon data transmission starting and acknowledged by the ventilation unit, the following ‘heart beat’
pattern is shown:
LED pattern 8: Firmware uploading mode ‘Heart beat’
G
G
Once the last page of the ventilation system is transmitted and confirmed, the following pattern will be
shown:
LED pattern 9: Firmware uploading done
G G
G G
A Fault condition during data transfer in Firmware Uploading mode will be indicated as:
LED pattern 10: Fault condition in Firmware uploading mode
R
R
The fault condition is terminated when the ventilation unit responses are detected again.
Please Note: To bootload the just uploaded firmware, the Ventilation Unit requires a power cycle.
17 Configuring the unit while device is added to
Z-Wave network
It is not allowed to change any of these settings while the device is included in Z-Wave network:
• System type
• Heater type
• CO2 and RH (relative humidity) sensors
In case settings have to be changed, follow these steps:
1. If the Gateway is present and operational then exclude the device (chapter 7). If device cannot be
excluded (in case of Gateway malfunction, i.e. when the gateway is changed), then Device Reset
Locally procedure must be done.
2. Do the necessary changes.
3. Add the device to Z-Wave network again (chapter 6).
18 Technical specification
Power supply
230V - 50/60Hz
Power consumption
1 VA max
Temperature range
-10°C to +50°C
IP code
IP30
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contents of this manual without prior notice.
Systemair UAB
Linų st. 101
LT–20174 Ukmergė, LITHUANIA
Phone +370 340 60165
Fax +370 340 60166
www.systemair.com
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