Carrier Pro-Dialog CONTROL 4 Technical data

Carrier Pro-Dialog CONTROL 4 Technical data
Controls
Index
System architecture
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Index
Type
Building management system
Fan coil controllers
Hydronic systems
Zoning systems
Chilled-water plant control system
Range
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Carrier Comfort Network (CCN)
Comfort-View
166
168
Electronic thermostats
Overview
HDB controllers
NTC controllers
170
171
172
174
Aquasmart Evolution
176
VVT (33CZ)
Comfort Zone II
180
182
Pro-Dialog
CSM III
184
186
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carrier comfort network
Controls
CCN
Network options
• Cover the essential elements of
a Building Management System
providing diverse facilities such as
remote monitoring, collection of
performance data, maintenance
management and customized
reporting capabilities.
• Performed through individual
programs that can be added to
the Carrier Comfort Network via
individual modules which provide a
diverse set of system facilities.
• The following network options are
available:
- Data Collection
- Network Bridge
- Network Directory Services
- Network Repeater NAM
- TeLink analogue modem for
remote connection
Features
• The most advanced technology resulting from Carrier’s thorough knowledge
of both comfort and controls. It offers the owner, designer and installer:
- integrated product and control systems
- single-point responsibility
- unique control strategies
- overall lower installation costs
- enhanced monitoring capabilities
• Whilst each equipment component can operate in a stand-alone mode,
all components form a fully-integrated and balanced HVAC system when
networked with other Carrier equipment through the Carrier Comfort Network.
A three-wire cable is all that is required to connect these products.
ComfortView
• Powerful supervision software package that allows centralised monitoring
(local and remote), data collection, report generation and system configuration.
• Designed to run on most PCs running on Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
• Designed for larger scale building management needs with custom graphical
representation.
Product-integrated controller
• Factory-installed product with a level of monitoring and diagnostic control
that can only be achieved with a factory-integrated device.
• Product-Integrated Controllers are available on chillers, rooftops, air handling
units and terminal fan coil units.
Comfort controller
• Field-installed device which allows non-Carrier equipment such as boilers,
cooling towers and pumps to be controlled and integrated into the overall
network.
• Fully programmable to suit the application need and optimized control strategies.
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CCN
System Managers
• Carrier offers a complete line of network system products that tie multiple stand-alone products together for a fully
integrated, self-adjusting HVAC system:
Example: Chillervisor System Manager (CSM III) for chiller plant control
CSM III
Chiller System Manager
CCN protocol
ComfortView
Supervision
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comfortview iii
Controls
ComfortVIEW
Can perform the following tasks:
• Display dynamic data in text and
graphic modes
• Create dynamic trend plots of data
from one or multiple controllers
• View, print, and acknowledge alarms
from the network
• Configure operating parameters
such as time schedules, set-points,
and point configuration
• View and configure time and setpoint schedules in graphic and text
mode
• Download and upload data to and
from controllers
• Override the state or value of
selected input and output points
• Customise graphics and create
custom links between graphics
• Generate reports from system data/
operator activity
• Create custom WorkSPACEs for each
user
• Easily backup all database information
to disk
• Obtain on-line operator help
• Custom programming (BEST++)
Features
• The primary human interface to the Carrier Comfort Network (CCN).
• Designed to run on any PC utilising the Microsoft“ Windows 2000
Professional or Server operating system, or the Windows XP Professional
operating system.
• True system multitasking.
• Local Area Network - allows multiple workstations to share a common system
database.
• Remote Communications - allows access to remote ComfortVIEW databases.
• Graphical User Interface (GUI) - provides a consistent look and intuitive operation.
• Customised Access Levels.
• Export data into other application software.
• Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE).
• Time and set-point schedule DLL allows third parties access to CCN time and
set-point schedules.
• CCN to Ethernet support provides for flexible location of the ComfortVIEW
computer.
• Organise and view data in a convenient format and to create your own
custom data displays.
• Alarm processing is the automatic and full-time responsibility of ComfortVIEW.
Receives, announces, and stores prioritised alarms.
• The Carrier Network Manager allows you to display, modify, and delete the
areas, controllers, and data tables in your ComfortVIEW database.
• The Reports function is used to generate reports from network and database
data.
• ComfortVIEW report data also allows you to create your own custom reports.
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ComfortVIEW III
Customise your WorkSPACE screens...
View critical data at once
Because no two buildings are alike, ComfortVIEW offers the
flexibility to create custom WorkSPACES, each comprised of
multiple ViewSPACES, such as graphics and tables. With a
custom WorkSPACE, you can see all the critical information
about your system on a single screen. For example, create a
WorkSPACE screen with graphics of your main chiller and air
handler, plus tables showing key operating data for each one.
You can then save the finished WorkSPACE so it is available
to access time and again. Multi-element WorkSPACES are
troubleshooting time-savers, allowing you to adjust the
operation of one unit and see how it affects another part of
the system ... all on the same screen.
• With ComfortVIEW you can get the information you need
fast. Link WorkSPACE screens in a logical progression
customised for your building and management needs.
• ComfortVIEW lets you see your building’s equipment
operation and easily access time and set-point schedules
– without leaving your office.
• With real time trend scanning, you can visually determine
how a system is behaving. ComfortVIEW allows you to
easily view and record this data.
• Reduce troubleshooting time with ComfortVIEW’s onscreen interaction. Change temperature set-points, or
force conditions – then view the results and determine
action, prior to dispatching a mechanic.
• This power plant ViewSPACE shows various equipment
operating parameters at a glance.
• ViewSPACES can use graphics or photos of your actual
equipment, for easier analysis of operating conditions.
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electronic thermostats
Controls
Thermostats
Electronic thermostats:
The Carrier electronic thermostats are
designed to control and optimise the
operation of hydronic terminal fan coil
units. They exist in two versions that
match all terminal fan coil configurations:
2-pipe
2-pipe changeover
2-pipe and electric heater
2-pipe changeover and electric heater
4-pipe
Type A
x
x
Type B
x
x
x
Features
• Fan operation - With the fan speed selector, fan mode can be set either manually
or automatically. In the manual mode it is possible to select three fan speeds
(low/medium/high) according to personal preference. In the auto mode fan speed
is regulated by a microprocessor in the control, based to the temperature chosen.
• Temperature selector - This is designed to maintain the temperature at the
desired level. The reference value at the centre of the range is 20°C. By turning
the knob towards the symbol (-) the temperature is reduced from the original
setting (minimum value is 10°C). By turning the knob towards the symbol (+),
the temperature is raised from the original setting (maximum value is 30°C).
• Energy saving mode - This function is especially useful when air conditioning
at night or in rooms where the user is likely to be absent for a longer period
of time. In this case, pushing the button raises the temperature during cooling
by 4°C and lowers it during heating by 4°C.
• Seasonal changeover
- Manual - Selection of heating/cooling is done manually by pushing the
button on the control.
- Centralised (only for type A control) - Centralised seasonal changeover is
possible in two ways:
-by a switch located on the central control panel that allows heating/cooling
mode changeover (to be provided by the installer).
-by a temperature sensor located in contact with the entering water pipe
- Automatic, based on air temperature (only for type B control) - The
automatic seasonal changeover allows automatic switching of the fan coil
operating mode to cooling or heating, depending on the temperature set
by the user and on the room temperature.
• External contact - The control has a 230 V input that can be used as window
contact or presence detector. When such a signal is activated (presence of
line voltage on the terminal block contact) the control is set to OFF mode. As
a consequence, all outputs (fan, valves etc.) are disconnected, and only frost
protection is active, if switched ON by the appropriate dip-switch.
• Frost-protection - This function keeps the temperature from dropping below
7°C in rooms not used for long periods of time.
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Electronic
controllers
Electronic fan coil controllers - quick reference table
Control algorithms
On-off
Proportional-integral
Valve management
Air flow control only (no valve)
On-off actuators
Proportional valves
Fan control
Three speeds
Optimum fan speed selection
Variable speed
Main functions
Setpoint control
Occupied/unoccupied mode
Frost protection mode
Window contact input
Measurement of water inlet temperature for automatic seasonal changeover (2 pipes)
Automatic seasonal changeover (4 pipes and 2 pipes + electric heater)
Manual changeover
Frost protection mode
Continuous ventilation within dead-band
Periodical ventilation within dead-band
Unit grouping
Louvre control
On-site configuration
Supply air temperature monitoring limiting
Communication (CCN)
Electrical heater loadshed
Dirty filter alarm
Alarm reporting
IAQ control
Demand control ventilation (DCV)
Free cooling mode
User interface
Digital display
Automatic or manual fan speed control
Operating mode selection
Occupancy (eco) button
Thermostats
HDB
x
x
NTC
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
o
x
x
x
x
Type A
Type B
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
o
o
o
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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x
o
HDB controller
Controls
HDB
User interfaces
Depending on the application, two user
interface types can be selected:
• a wired user interface that can
be mounted on the wall or inside
compatible terminal fan coils (42N)
• an infrared user interface to be
used together with a wall-mounted
infrared received or a receiver
incorporated in compatible terminal
fan coils (42GW)
Features
• The HDB controller is a microprocessor-based controller designed to control
and optimise the operation of hydronic terminal fan coil units.
• Factory-installed on the terminal fan coil - The controller is factory-installed
on the terminal fan coil; the assembly is also tested at the factory. As a result,
field installation is extremely simple.
• Ease of grouping - As an option, the HDB control can be equipped with a
grouping board that is used to connect up to 15 units with a bus. All units
connected together will operate under the same conditions.
• Louvre control - For terminal fan coils equipped with motorised louvres, the
HDB controls the louvre position as defined by the user or in swing mode.
• External contact - The control has an input that can be used to remotely set
the unit to economy mode.
• Scheduling - If the unit is used with an infrared user interface, unit operation
time can be scheduled on a daily basis. Three start times and three stop times
can be programmed.
• Timer - If the unit is used with an infrared user interface it can operate for a
predefined duration before switching to eco mode or off.
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HDB controller
56
Carrier Room Conroller (CRC2(
250
Infrared Remote Control (IR2)
and receiver
190
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HYDRONIC FAN COIL
COMMUNICATING CONTROLLER (NTC)
Controls
NTC
Network communication
Description
• The NTC communicating controller can be connected on an
RS 485 bus, using the Carrier
Comfort Network (CCN) protocol.
• Units equipped with the NTC
controller can be part of the
Aquasmart Evolution system.
Carrier offers one of the market’s most sophisticated and complete communicating
controllers for hydronic fan coil ranges, the NTC controller, that is compatible
with the full Carrier fan coil range.
For the customer and installer the same controller simplifies and eases
installation and service operations whilst covering a wide range of hydronic
system types and applications.
The controller can be applied and function as either a standalone control, as
part of a larger CCN system application, or at the heart of a Aquasmart system
functioning with the Aquasmart Touch Pilot System Manager.
Advanced functions
• Low Energy Consumption (LEC)
variable speed control.
• The NTC controller can drive the
fan speed continuously within a
configurable range for optimal
thermal and acoustic comfort.
• Hydronic control - The NTC
controls both floating and fixedpoint value actuator types (230 V
on-off and 230 V three point).
• Demand controller ventilation
(DCV) - On fan coils equipped
with CO2 sensors and fresh air
dampers, the NTC controller
can adjust the amount of fresh
air admitted to the room, as
required by the occupants.
• IAQ management - The NTC
controller can control all
features related to Indoor Air
Quality that are included in
Carrier terminal fan coil units.
Features
• The NTC controller controls and optimises the operation of hydronic terminal
fan coil units. It is a microprocessor-based CCN (Carrier Comfort Network)
compatible communicating controller with energy-saving algorithms.
• Energy-saving algorithms manage water valve operation and fan speed
control simultaneously to ensure minimum energy consumption whilst
maximising comfort conditions for the occupant.
• Factory-installed on terminal fan coils
The NTC controller is factory-installed on the terminal fan coil; the assembly
is also factory-tested. As a result, field installation is extremely simple.
• A wide range of user interfaces
Depending on the application, two user interface types can be selected:
- a simplified wired analogue user interface (SUI) that can be wall-mounted
- a wired communicating user interface (CRC2) that can be wall-mounted or
incorporated in compatible terminal fan coils (42N)
- an infrared user interface (IR2) for use together with a wall-mounted
infrared received or a receiver incorporated on compatible terminal fan
coils (42GW)
- a multi-function user interface (ZUI) that can control comfort, lights and
blinds within a Carrier system
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NTC controller
56
Carrier Room Conroller (CRC2(
Simplified User
Interface (SUI)
250
Zone User Interface
(ZUI)
Infrared Remote Control (IR2)
and receiver
190
2
1
1
3
1
3
4a
4b
1
1
3
5
6
A
Legend
1 NTC controller
2 Secondary communication bus
3 User interface connection
4 IR2
5 ZUI2
6 CRC2
A Room A
B Room B
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B
AQUASMART EVOLUTION
FEATURING THE NEW SYSTEM MANAGER FOR THE AQUASMART SYSTEM
Controls
Aquasmart
Description
Features
• Aquasmart Evolution is a complete
heating, ventilating and air
conditioning (HVAC) system,
ideal for residential and light
commercial office buildings,
hotels and hospitals. It offers
perfect comfort for the building
occupants.
• An Aquasmart system can consist
of up to 128 terminal fan coil
units, served by one or more
chillers or heat pumps, that
supply cooling and/or heating to
occupied spaces. Typically hydronic
systems include fresh air handling
units supplying pre-treated
outside ventilation air via the
fan coil units or directly into the
occupied space. The Aquasmart
system can contain up to eight
such units.
• The Aquasmart Evolution system ensures significant energy savings combined
with optimised user comfort by managing building zoning, occupancy and
room temperatures in accordance with needs.
• Terminal fan coil units can be organised in up to 32 zones to optimise building
management by zone requirements and dependent on building design
conditions. Requirements can cover applications of up to 2500 m².
• The Touch Pilot System Manager – the brain and human interface – was
redesigned to facilate use and allow rapid access to manage and configure
building operation and maximise energy savings at comfort conditions.
• All system components are fitted with communicating controls to manage
local user comfort needs whilst allowing the System Manager to communicate
with the system components and to obtain feedback on user needs. Based on
the individual fan coil unit requirements the System Manager coordinates the
system heating and cooling modes for maximum comfort and optimal energy
consumption, respecting the comfort parameters and occupancy schedules
for the building zones.
• The Touch Pilot System Manager and associated controls offer an affordable
building management system with many functions that are usually only
available in more expensive solutions and require additional building by
building programming development.
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Aquasmart
System design layout and configuration guide
Energy savings
• The System Manager is connected to the system
components via a communication bus, and allows
control of all system and individual terminal operating
parameters.
• System configuration is simple through easily accessible
menus. Unit grouping is managed by the network and
requires no specific wiring. This means the system can
be easily reconfigured to suit later modifications to the
occupied area.
• The Aquasmart Evolution components are delivered
complete, configured and factory-tested.
• The Aquasmart system offers superior comfort levels and
by optimising and controlling the system components
allows building owners and occupants to save energy
and reduce their energy bill, contributing to a reduction
in carbon emissions from building HVAC systems.
• Energy simulations conducted with a recognised
software simulation program indicate that it is possible
to achieve energy savings of up to 25% over a
traditional non-communicating and non-optimised
system.
• Further significant energy savings are attainable by
incorporating the 39SQ “plug & play” fresh air handling
unit with heat recovery technology and considering
the use of 30RQ air-to-water heat pumps for space
heating, and 61AF heat pumps for domestic hot
water. Each project merits its own assessment of the
opportunities.
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Aquasmart
New System Manager
System selection
• The New System Manager is a human interface that
allows users to manage the Aquasmart system components and features major improvements over the
previous System Manager.
• An intuitive colour touch screen interface facilitates
access to the system parameters.
• The system set-up wizard leads the installer through a
number of easy intuitive steps to identify and configure
the system type and parameters and manage system
set-up, operation and maintenance.
• Icon-driven menus ease navigation through set-up,
configuration, and service and maintenance menus
to easily and rapidly manage and maintain the HVAC
system.
• The building owner or manager can quickly configure
and reconfigure a number of system parameters
including cooling and heating set points (terminals
and cooling and/or heating plants) and occupied and
non-occupied periods.
• By coordinating with the control intelligence in each
component and by assembling all data at a single point,
the New System Manager interface allows the user
to optimise energy consumption, monitor component
operation and continually report any system faults.
• Occupied/unoccupied time schedules can be
programmed, and the system includes smart start
features to ensure that comfort requirements will be
met from the very beginning of the occupied period.
• The System Manager is compatible with a web
browser, allowing user access to the system from a
remote location such as a maintenance office within
the building or from an offsite location where internet
access is available -facilitating ease-of-access and use;
Service and maintenance companies can extend service
coverage without visiting the site, thus reducing carbon
emissions due to transport.
• An Aquasmart system is easy to select and configure with
all units supplied from the factory with pre-installed,
pre-configured and pre-tested controls and valves. The
installer only needs to adjust the system parameters to
the local building or application needs - a task made even
easier with the New System Manager.
• Carrier has created a Quick Selection Guide that is available
to rapidly identify and select the system components,
facilitating the design process and saving time for designers
and installers alike.
• Please contact your local sales office for a copy of this
guide.
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Aquasmart
New features for 2011
• The Touch Pilot System Manager can now manage up
to eight fresh air handling units as part of the system.
• The air treatment units (39SQ) supplied by Carrier are
equipped with CCN controllers, they are fully integrated
into the system and managed by the Aquasmart System
Manager. Each fresh air plant can be associated with
specific terminal fan coils and/or zones for optimum
management of building use with occupancy, controlling
and minimising energy use. Individual schedules can
be set up and managed for each and all air treatment
plants.
• The Aquasmart System Manager supplies building
information enabling dynamic and precise control of
the 39SQ’s night-time free-cooling feature to further
reduce building energy consumption.
• If the air treatment units are not supplied by Carrier,
integration is limited to control via a digital output for
the main fresh air unit.
• The Touch Pilot System Manager offers two possibilities
to link to an external building management system,
if there is an alarm signal from the system. The first
possibility is to use one of the digital outputs to provide
an external signal to be linked by the building integrator
as required, and the second offers users of a Carrier
ComfortView building management system the capability
to access and read an alarm point. Specific alarm
messages will then be available through the System
Manager interface.
7
1
Legend:
BP Primary bus
BS Secondary bus
1 New System Manager (NSM)
2 Pro-Dialog+ interface
3 Boiler
4
5
6
7
6
Carrier chiller/heat pump
Air handling unit
Ethernet connection
Web browser
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3V PACKAGED CONTROL SYSTEM
Controls
33CZ
Accessories
• Remote room sensors (with or
without LCD display)
• Wall- our duct-mounted CO2 sensor
to monitor indoor air quality levels
• ComfortView software provides onsite or remote monitoring facility
• Outdoor-air sensor (HH79NZ039)
reports the outdoor-air temperature
to the communication bus. The
information can be used to lock out
heating or cooling modes when the
temperature is not within userconfigured limits. The outdoor-air
sensor is needed when an economizer
is used.
• Supply air temperature sensor
(33ZCSENSAT) is required for heating
applications or stand-alone operation.
• Duct temperature sensor
(33ZCSENDAT) is required for use
with a bypass controller and must
be installed in the supply air duct.
Additional control features
• The VVT zoning system components
provide additional control features
such as occupied/unoccupied
scheduling initialised via the network.
The VVT zone controller offers override
invoked from a wall sensor during
unoccupied hours from 1 to 1440
minutes in 1-minute increments.
Optional Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
control or relative humidity
monitoring are also available.
Features
• User interface - The VVT zoning system is designed to allow a service person or
building owner to configure and operate the VVT bypass controller and zone
controllers, a linkage-compatible air source and all other networked devices
through the system pilot user interface. The System Pilot’s backlit, alphanumerical
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and rotary knob design allow the user to navigate
through the menus, select desired options and modify data with ease. All VVT
zoning system maintenance, configuration, setup and diagnostic information is
available through the Level II communications port to allow data access by the
System Pilot or an attached computer running the ComfortVIEWTM software.
• Flexibility for every application - The system maintains precise temperature
control in the space by regulating the flow of conditioned air into the space
using the zone and bypass controllers. Buildings with diverse load conditions
can be supported by controlling reheat applications, including two-position
hot water, modulating hot water, up to 3-stage electric heat or combination
baseboard and ducted heat. The VVT zoning system offers zone level flexibility
with its expanded range of compatible zone sensors - including simple space
temperature sensors up to fully network compatible devices.
• Linkage system compatibility - Linked to a Carrier linkage system, the VVT zoning
system components provide numerous features and benefits such as weighted
average demand for system operation, intelligent supply air temperature reset,
set point averaging, global set point schedule, and occupancy scheduling.
Duct static reset for the air source is provided, based on terminal requirements.
• Simple actuator connection - The VVT zone controller control assembly contains
an integral actuator assembly, field mounted to the VVT terminal damper shaft,
similar to the mounting of a standard actuator. The VVT zone controller is
designed for vertical or horizontal mounting.
• Ease of installation - The VVT zoning system components are provided with
removable connectors for power and communications. Non-removable screw
type connectors are used for inputs. The removable connectors are designed
so that they can be inserted one way to prevent installation errors. The VVT
zone controller also provides an RJ-14 modular phone jack for the Network
Service tool connection to the module via the Carrier communicating network.
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33CZ 3V
Bypass damper – opens to maintain minimum
air flow through the constant volume unit and
regulates static pressure as zone dampers close.
Unit controllers
System Pilot
Bypass control
Universal controller
Zone damper – controls air flow. The damper
position is modulated for precision control of space
temperature.
Sensor flexibility
Zone damper and controller
Bypass controller - compensates
for changes in supply air duct
static and responds by varying
the amount of air flow into the
return air duct or ceiling plenum.
Includes an integrated modulating actuator.
System Pilot - serves as the
user-interface and configuration
tool for the 3V zoning system.
Additionally, the System Pilot
can serve as a wall-mounted
temperature sensor for space
temperature measurement. The
occupants can use the System
Pilot to change set points and
make occupancy overrides. A
security feature is provided to
regulate access to features for
authorised users.
Supply air sensor
Carrier communicating RTU
Communication
bus, shielded cable
(see notes 1, 2)
(Use PremierLink backlit control for non-Carrier communicating RTU)
120 V ac
(See note 2) 24 V ac
24 V ac
40 VA
40 VA
Duct sensor (locate
upstream of sensor)
Shielded cable
(see note 2)
System Pilot
(see note 6)
Zone controller - communicates
data, including zone-level requirements, occupancy, set points,
overrides and diagnostic information to the zone controller in
charge of system coordination.
Includes an integrated modulating
actuator.
Bypass
Comm Bus
Legend
CCN Carrier Comfort Network
DCV Demand Controlled Ventilation
PAT Primary Air Temperature Sensor
RTU Rooftop unit
VVT Variable volume/variable temperature
24 V ac
40 VA
24 V ac
40 VA
Primary air sensor
24 V ac
40 VA
(See note 5)
VVT linkage
coordinator
(optional for
linkage
coordinator)
VVT Zone
Shielded cable
(see note 2)
T55/56/59
VVT Zone
Comm Bus
T55/56/59
T55/56/59
CO2/T55/56
(optional for DCV)
(see notes 2,4)
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Universal controller – used for
integration of auxiliary building
control such as lighting, fans,
pumps, boilers and other HVAC
equipment.
Notes
1 239 devices maximum per bus. Repeater
required every 300 m or 60 devices.
Maximum of three repeaters per bus.
2. Communication bus and sensor wiring
must be separate from AC power wiring.
3. Up to 32 total zones per system. Maximum
of five linkage coordinators with a total of
128 devices per single bus.
4. Combination CO2/T55/T56 sensor may be
used in place of T55/T56/T59 on any zone
requiring DCV. RTU must be capable of
controlling economizer for DCV conditions.
5. Locate PAT in supply air duct from air
source unit
6. System Pilot can share power with bypass
22 zones max.
controller or VVT zone controller.
including linkage
coordinator
comfort zone II system
Controls
Comfort Zone II
Optional system
enhancements
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Programmable controller
Alarm indicators
Carrier command centre software
Mechanical ventilation
Multiple zone dampers
Smart sensors
Electronic air cleaners and central
humidifiers
• Humidity control and display
• Outside air temperature display
Features
• A zoning system providing owners of small commercial buildings with a
practical way to manage energy and equipment operating costs while providing
extremely high levels of comfort.
• Centralised heating and cooling control while providing personalised comfort.
• Comfort Zone II brings individual temperature and time control without the
prohibitively high cost of multiple heat ing and cooling units.
• Energy and operating cost savings, in addition to lower initial cost.
• Easily programmed to suit specific requirements - building occupants can
virtually customise the indoor climate to their individual comfort preferences
and changing schedules.
• Divides the building into as many as eight independent comfort zones, based
on their different heating and cooling requirements and hours of use. Using a
network of electronic thermostats, sensors and strategically placed, electronicallycontrolled dampers, Comfort Zone II maintains a comfortable environment in
every zone.
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Comfort Zone II
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 4
Zone 5
Zone 3
Zone 6
Zone 8
Zone 7
1
2
Room temperature sensor
3
Zone damper or bypass damper
4
Linear air diffusor
Central control board
5
Main thermostat
Other distinctive features
• No batteries are required
• System diagnostic display
• Time Guard to protect HVAC equipment from rapid
cycling and minimum ON time feature
• Full system communications
• Barometric or motorised bypass dampers
• Temperature trend staging reduces operating cost
• Backlit display
• Seven-day programme scheduling (four periods a day,
15-minute increments)
•
•
•
•
•
•
‘Droopless’ temperature set-point control
Automatic changeover
Clean filter alert message
Copy feature (copy zone, copy previous period etc.)
OFF feature (any zone can be turned completely off)
ALL feature (all zones controlled to same desired
temperature)
• OUT feature (zone control to relaxed set-points)
• Equipment protection features (Time Guards, minimum
ON time, cycle timers)
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Controls
Pro-Dialog
Operator interfaces
Control features (Pro-Dialog Plus/Pro-Dialog touch screen)
• Clear and easy to use operator
interfaces
• Pro-Dialog Plus interface
Organisation of information
around 10 menus directly
accessible through hard keys
• Pro-Dialog touch screen
interface
Organisation of information
around 12 menus directly
accessible through soft keys
and possibility to install the
touch screen remotely from the
chiller
• Pro-Dialog+ screen interface
• An advanced numeric control system, combining complex intelligence with
great operating simplicity.
• Constantly monitors all machines parameters and safety devices and precisely
manages the operation of compressors, fans and water pump.
• PID control algorithm anticipates load variations, guarantees leaving water
temperature stability and prevents unnecessary compressor cycling.
• The long stroke electronic expansion valves (EXV) and PID superheat control,
together with the head pressure control algorithm, improve energy efficiency
at part load conditions and optimise unit operation.
• Automatic reset of the chilled-water temperature set point for optimised
power consumption.
• Several capacity loading possibilities for improved start-up at low outdoor
temperature and use of one refrigerant circuit as back-up.
• Provides preventive protection and enhanced unit reliability.
• Equalisation of operating time and number of compressor start-ups.
• Monitors all safety parameters. Fault history function and 80 fault code for
immediate fault location.
• Parallel control of two units as standard.
• Extensive remote control capabilities allow integration into building
management systems.
• RS-485 serial port for connection to the Carrier Comfort Network and any
other monitoring system (through gateways).
Pro-Dialog Plus interface
Pro-Dialog touch screen interface - optional
according to range (30XA, 30XW)
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Pro-Dialog
Pro-Dialog+ screen interface
Integrated features
• Pro-Dialog+ combines intelligence with operating
simplicity. The control constantly monitors all machine
parameters and precisely manages the operation of
compressors, expansion devices, fans and of the water
heat exchanger water pump for optimum energy
efficiency.
• Night mode: capacity and fan speed limitation for
reduced noise level.
• With hydronic module: water pressure display and
water flow rate calculation.
Ease-of-use
• The new backlighted LCD interface includes a manual
control potentiometer to ensure legibility under any
lighting conditions.
• The information is displayed clearly in English, French,
German, Italian and Spanish (for other languages
please consult Carrier).
• The Pro-Dialog+ navigation uses intuitive treestructure menus, similar to the Internet navigators.
They are user-friendly and permit quick access to
the principal opera-ting parameters: number of
compressors operating, suction/discharge pressure,
compressor operating hours, set point, air temperature,
entering/leaving water temperature.
Energy management
• Seven-day internal time schedule clock: permits unit
on/off control and operation at a second set point.
• Set point reset based on the outside air temperature
or the return water temperature or on the water heat
exchanger delta T.
• Master/slave control of two units operating in parallel
with operating time equalisation and automatic changeover in case of a unit fault (accessory).
• Change-over based on the outside air temperature.
Pro-Dialog+ interface
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Controls
CSM III
Control functions:
• Automatic chiller start/stop
• Two seasonal chiller start/stop
sequencing modes with add/drop
capability
• Designated standby chiller support
• Occupancy-based plant operation
with configuration override
• Soft loading
• Load balancing
• Bypass valve control
• Chilled water set-point reset
• Loadshed demand limiting
• Chiller fault handling and capacity
matching
• System alarm messages and alarm
history
• Short- and long-term power failure
recovery
Features
• A key component of the Carrier Comfort Network (CCN) Chillervisor System.
• Provides sophisticated multiple chiller control functions to optimise the
efficiency of the Carrier chiller plant.
• Coordinates the operation of a chilled water system in which up to eight
chillers feed a common chilled water loop.
• Consists of a module equipped with input and output points and specialised
control and communication software.
• The CSM III operator interface is ComfortWORKS, Building Supervisor III or a
Network Service Tool. With this an operator can:
- display a list of CSM III points that show the status of the chiller system
- modify the value or status of selected points and then return them to
automatic control
- display and modify configuration and service data
- display maintenance data
- display chiller system graphics (ComfortWORKS or Building Supervisor)
• Additional capabilities possible by combining the CSM III with the following
CCN products:
- Autodial Gateway
- Remote CCN Service Interface (RCSI)
- Data Collection Option
- Comfort Controller
- Water System Manager (WSM)
- Loadshed Option
- Alarm Printer Interface Module (APIM)
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Technical data
Power requirements
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
50 VA @ 24 V ac ± 15%
0°C to 60°C
-40°C to 85°C
0 to 90%, non-condensing
Dimensions, mm
330
70
140
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