ADAPT Extract Installation – Commissioning – Maintenance – ADAPT Ec Installation

ADAPT Extract Installation – Commissioning – Maintenance – ADAPT Ec Installation
ADAPT Extract
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Installation – Commissioning – Maintenance – ADAPT Ec
Installation
1.The commissioning box can be suspended from a
ceiling and connected to a duct system. Use hanger
system (A) or (B), see figure 2.
2.Press the ADAPT Extract air diffuser into the outlet of
the commissioning box. Make sure that the orientation
of the sensor module aligns with the extension of the
room, see figure 3. Then fixate and secure the diffuser
with screws or pop rivets. Readjust the hanger rods of
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the commissioning box if necessary, so that the air diffuser is firmly positioned against the false ceiling.
3.Connect the air diffuser connector into the top of the
diffuser (C, figure 2) and attach the safety cord. Give
the S-shaped hook a squeeze so it can’t loosen.
Figure 1. Lighting fixtures or similar objects must not be installed
beneaht the diffuser as this disrupts the presence detection and
room temperature measurement.
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Commissioning
All the ADAPT Air terminals are delivered preset into commissioning mode, which means that the air diffuser is set to
max. airflow by force control.
A
B
When the ADAPT air diffuser is in commissioning mode,
the light-emitting diode shines orange. The different LED
indications:
• Steady green LED: Normal operation, the air diffuser is
operating normally.
• Flashing green LED: The air diffuser has just been energised and calibration is in progress.
• Steady red LED: Function failure, see separate documentation for TUNE Adapt.
• Steady orange LED: The commissioning mode, max.
airflow
• Flashing orange LED: Other commissioning modes
and all the forced control situations of the feed-back
control system.
C
More information about the commissioning process itself
can be read in the Project Manual for the Wise system and
in the documentation for TUNE Adapt.
Figure 2. ADAPT Extract, installation.
24 V
Modbus
Figure 4. Commissioning with TUNE Adapt.
Maintenance
Figure 3. The orientation of the sensor module in a room or in
an office module. The LED’s of the sensor should be aligned with
the extension of the room in a straight line, facing the short sides
of the room as shown by the arrow in the figure.
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The exterior surface of the ADAPT air diffusers can be
cleaned whenever necessary using lukewarm water with
dishwashing detergent added. Normally the best method
of cleaning is vacuuming with a brush nozzle.
The duct system is accessible through the air diffuser and
the commissioning box.
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Electrical connections.
Supply voltage
All the connections are wired to the CONNECT Adapt junction box. From there, the Master air diffuser is connected
by means of the LINK Adapt (RJ45) cable included in the
delivery. The slave air diffusers, if required, are connected
by means of the same type of cable to their respective slave
contacts. If there are more than 2 slave air diffusers, a SPLIT
Link Adapt should be used for further connection to the last
slave air diffuser. See Figure 6. If SPLIT Link Adapt is used,
the maximum length of LINK Adapt from the junction box to
the last air diffuser is 15 meters. If ADAPT is to be connected
through Modbus communication, this should be done with
the LINK Modbus (RJ12) cable. The maximum length of
SPLIT Link Modbus is 10 meters from the junction box to
the last air diffuser. Use double CONNECT Adapts if longer
distances are required. All cables and contacts are different
so that they will not be confused or incorrectly connected.
Max. power consumption (controller only)
24 V AC ±10 %
3 VA
Cable rating (controller only)
0,6 A
Ambient temperature
0 °C - +50 °C
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Electrical data
ADAPT is supplied with power via the junction box. See
the wiring diagram in figure 6 or relevant diagram from the
Swegon Templates application, containing details for the
specific installation. It is important that cables with appropriate cross-sectional area, transformers of correct size and
power supply cables of correct length are selected. This
can for example be carried out with the dimensioning tool
“Cable and Transformer Design”, available for download
from www.swegon.com (the application is available in
english and swedish language versions).
Figure 5. Air diffuser connections.
1. Connection for LINK Adapt cable (RJ45)
2. Connection for the LINK Modbus cable (RJ12).
3. Direct 24 V connection if a junction box is not used and the air
diffuser will be completely “stand alone”.
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12
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2
5
5
6
3
10
20
Master
4
1
2
3 4
21
Slave
5
6
7
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Slave
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Figure 6. Connection of slave air diffusers and accessories. For
the ADAPT E, one slave air diffuser is normally connected to the
Junction box of the Master air diffuser.
1. ADAPT Master air diffuser (not shown in picture)
2. ADAPT E
3. CONNECT Adapt, wiring terminal for the Master air diffuser
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Modbus
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
- +C
4. 230-24 V AC Transformer
5. LINK Adapt, 5 m long (RJ45 cable)
6. LINK Modbus, 5 m long (RJ12 cable)
10. Connection to main control system (Modbus RTU)
12. SPLIT Modbus RJ12, max. stab length, 10 m
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