ADAPT Installation Installation – Commissioning – Maintenance M8

ADAPT Installation Installation – Commissioning – Maintenance M8
ADAPT Parasol b
Installation – Commissioning – Maintenance
Installation
ADAPT Parasol 600 / 600 PF
ADAPT Parasol 1200 / 1200 PF
M8
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Water
Position of waterpipes
 
ADAPT Parasol 600 / 600 PF
600
Värme retur/
Heating return
Värme tillopp/ Kyla tillopp/
Heating supply Cooling supply
Kyla retur/
Cooling return
 Note that clamp ring couplings require support sleeves inside the pipes.
ADAPT Parasol 1200 / 1200 PF
200
1200
Värme retur/
Heating return
Värme tillopp/
Heating supply
Kyla tillopp/
Cooling supply
Kyla retur/
Cooling return
200
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the need for a empty space in front of the controler in order
 Note
to facilitate service.
Water connections with factory-fitted valves
Connection dimensions
Cooling energy Male threads, DN15 (1/2”)
Heat Male threads, DN15 (1/2”)
(An ADAPT Parasol 1200 is shown in the example)
Water connections without factory-fitted valves
Connection dimensions
Cooling energy, flat tube end (Cu) Ø 12 x 1.0 mm
Heating, flat tube end (Cu) Ø 12 x 1.0 mm
(An ADAPT Parasol 1200 is shown in the example)
Air
ØA
Unit
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ADAPT Parasol 600
Ø 125
ADAPT Parasol 600 PF
Ø 160
ADAPT Parasol 1200
Ø 125
ADAPT Parasol 1200 PF
Ø 160
ADAPT Parasol b
Wiring
Temperature sensor/
Window contact
Valve actuator
cooling
Key card
24V
24V
G G0
black
white
brown
black
Condensation
sensor
brown
blue
grey
black
brown (US=white)
|13 14 15 |16 17 18 |19 20 21 |
| 1 2 | 3 4 | 5 6 | 7 8 | 9 10 11 12 |
white
G G0
| 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 |
blue (US=black)
brown (US=white)
blue (US=black)
CO2 sensor
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Cable
converter
USB-RJ12
24 V AC / DC
Adapter
3xRJ12
CONNECT
Adapt
Sensor
module
Motor
2.
1.
Pressure sensor
(Modbus)
Valve actuator
heating
24V
SHoR
Sensor
module
VOC Sensor
1. Wiring when not using VOC sensor
2. Wiring when using VOC sensor
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RS 485 type Belden 9842
+
C
Super WISE
Next Zone
CONTROL Zone
Zone
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
MB2
MB1
MB id 1
1
3
1
2
3
Room with ADAPT Damper extract air
RK 2x0,75
CONNECT Adapt
20
19
MB id 5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Slave, extract air
Modular
6/6 RJ12
| 1 2 | 3 4 | 5 6 | 7 8 | 9 10 11 12 |
20
Master
G0
G 24V AC
|13 14 15 |16 17 18 |19 20 21|
Room
2
| 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 |
21
Slave
22
Slave
23
Modbus
Modular
8/8 RJ45
MB id 4
22
Modular
6/6 RJ12
23
24
Master
25
Next room with Connect Adapt
Room with ADAPT Parasol only (Master / Master)
CONNECT Adapt
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
20
Master
22
Slave
23
Modbus
Modular
6/6 RJ12
Modular 6/6 RJ12
24
25
| 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 |
22
MB id 4
Master
23
24
25
| 1 2 | 3 4 | 5 6 | 7 8 | 9 10 11 12 |
23
| 1 2 | 3 4 | 5 6 | 7 8 | 9 10 11 12 |
22
|13 14 15 |16 17 18 |19 20 21|
Modular 6/6 RJ12
| 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 |
|13 14 15 |16 17 18 |19 20 21|
21
Slave
Room
MB id 8
Master
Room with ADAPT Parasol only (Master / Slave)
CONNECT Adapt
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
20
Master
22
Slave
23
Modbus
Modular
6/6 RJ12
25
| 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 |
|13 14 15 |16 17 18 |19 20 21|
24
MB id 4
Master
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23
24
MB id 1
Slave id 1
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| 1 2 | 3 4 | 5 6 | 7 8 | 9 10 11 12 |
23
| 1 2 | 3 4 | 5 6 | 7 8 | 9 10 11 12 |
22
4
Modular 6/6 RJ12
Modular 6/6 RJ12
| 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 |
|13 14 15 |16 17 18 |19 20 21|
21
Slave
Room
ADAPT Parasol b
Commissioning
Air
Water
2
1
T-25 1 x 8
Nozzle configuration
H
M
4
3
L
H=
pi (1,3)
pi (2,4)
M=
L=
2
pi =
( kq ) [Pa]
q = k · √pi [l/s]
Nozzle setting
per side
Side
k-factor
600
L
1&3
0.25
600
L
2&4
0.25
ADAPT Parasol
600
M
1&3
0.44
600
M
2&4
0.44
600
H
1&3
0.69
600
H
2&4
0.69
600 PF
L
1&3
0.28
600 PF
L
2&4
1.29
600 PF
M
1&3
0.44
600 PF
M
2&4
1.45
600 PF
H
1&3
0.69
600 PF
H
2&4
1.70
1200
L
1&3
0.25
1200
L
2&4
0,66
1200
M
1&3
0.44
1200
M
2&4
1,16
1200
H
1&3
0.69
1200
H
2&4
1,82
1200 PF
L
1&3
0.28
1200 PF
L
2&4
2,59
1200 PF
M
1&3
0.44
1200 PF
M
2&4
2,98
1200 PF
H
1&3
0.69
1200 PF
H
2&4
3.53
[pi Pa]
q [l/s]
k = k-factor
1
k (1+3) + pi (1,3) => q (1+3)
The K-factor of the short sides together with the
commissioning pressure reading of these equals
the flow of the short sides, 1&3.
2
k (2+4) + pi (2,4) => q (2+4)
The K-factor of the long sides together with the
commissioning pressure reading of these equals
the flow of the long sides, 2 & 4.
3
q tot =q (1+3) + q (2+4)
The product's total flow is the sum of the above.
NB! pi (1,3) =/ pi (2,4)
NOTE: The commissioning pressure is different for the long sides (2 & 4) and the short
sides (1 & 3).
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Fan-shape
X-shape
0°
Commissioning/Checking the airflows
Constant pressure in the zone with the CONTROL Zone
damper or similar damper.
• C
heck that all the WISE products are energized.
• Make sure that all the ADAPT Parasol modules have
their correct K-factors.
• Make sure that all the modules are set to the max. flow
commissioning mode. (On delivery, the product is set
to this mode, 3 blue LEDs + 3 red LEDs are lit).
• Connect up to the control unit on the ADAPT Parasol
(see separate SWICCT instructions) and carry out a
performance check.
• Test the operating modes, the min./max. flows, open/
close the actuators. If the ADAPT Parasol has been
configured at the factory, check that the settings
agree with the project design data. If the module is
an ADAPT Parasol stock (stocked product), it must
be programmed according to the data for which the
product has been calculated. Make also sure that the
Modbus addresses agree if SuperWISE or some other
BMS system will be used.
• If SuperWISE will be used, make sure that all products
are in the SuperWISE tree structure. If all the products
are not in the tree structure, look over the Modbus
addresses via SWICCT and check cables and connections. (See the separate instructions for the SuperWISE).
• Make sure that the pressure sensor and sensor module
have the correct Modbus address. The Master must
have a 0 setting on the pressure sensor and sensor module. Set the Slaves, if required, in number sequence:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
• Before you begin commissioning, make sure that the
air handling unit is started up and the fire damper, if
required, is fully open and that the zone damper is in
full operation.
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+40°
• C
heck the flow compared to the max. flow in the
zone, adjust the pressure set point until the correct
flow is obtained with TUNE Control. If Max. flow is not
achieved, it will be necessary to close another/other
zone damper(s).
• The reference product can be found, i.e. the one with
the greatest deviation from the design max. flow, by
measuring the max. flow of all the ADAPT Parasol
modules in the zone.
• Measure and record the airflow with the damper set
to the max. position on the reference ADAPT Parasol
in the zone. Reset the module to the min. flow setting,
measure and record the airflow.
• Set the module back to the max. flow setting.
• Carry out the same procedure for all the ADAPT Parasol
modules in the zone.
• Decrease the pressure set point on the zone damper if
pressure is needed for other zones, for example: 5 Pa.
• Commission the remaining zones following the same
procedure.
• Check/ adjust the previous shut off zones in the same
way.
• Reset the pressure set points on all the zone dampers.
• Identifiy the reference zone, i.e. the zone with the
lowest flow compared with the design max. flow (for
example by checking relevant flow across each zone
damper using the TUNE Control hand-held terminal).
• Set the min. flow on a number of ADAPT Parasol
modules or use the zone damper for setting the min.
flow so that the ventilation system responds to the
simultaneous load.
• Adjust the pressure set point of the air handling unit
until the zone damper of the reference zone is 85 –
90% open. (Managed by the SuperWISE if one is used).
• Reset all the settings and set all the ADAPT Parasol to
the normal operation setting.
• Check and measure the max. flow and min. flow with
the SWICCT or the SuperWISE.
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Menu:
To reach the menu, hold the left-hand and right-hand
buttons down for five seconds.
Alarm list for the sensor module
Alarm no. Type of alarm
Alarm 1
Supply voltage low
Alarm 2
Supply voltage critically low
Alarm 3
Ext temp missing
Alarm 4
Ext temp error
Alarm 5
Condensation sensor error
Alarm 6
SM temp sensor error
Alarm 7
SM button error
Alarm 8
CO2 sensor missing
1. Alarm list: See the complete alarm list to the right.
Alarm 9
VOC Error
In the commissioning menus:
Alarm 10
Low pressure
• Navigate between the menus by pressing the left-hand
button
• Confirm selections by pressing the right-hand button
• When a selection has been confirmed, the blue LED will
flash for about 60 seconds.
• In order to return to normal operation, select "no
adjustment"
Alarm 17
SM comm error
Alarm 18
Slave comm error
Alarm 19
Pressure sensor comm error
Alarm 20
VOC sensor comm error
Alarm 21
No master request (slave)
2. Commissioning, Air:
Alarm 25
Heating comfort alarm
2.1. Min. airflow, no occupants
Alarm 26
Cooling comfort alarm
2.2. Min. airflow, occupancy
Alarm 27
Temp. Set point overlap alarm
2.3. Max. airflow, occupancy
Alarm 28
Air quality comfort alarm
2.4. Min. airflow, holiday/longer period
of no occupancy
Alarm 29
Condensation
Alarm 33
24 V Out 1 overload error
With the left-hand button ( ) you advance through the
menus. With the right-hand button ( ) you confirm your
selection.
Press the left-hand
button and select:
1. Alarm list
2. Commissioning air
3. Commissioning water
6. Return to menu
Press the righthand button to
confirm your
selection
16
8
4
2
1
Alarm 22 Slave incompatible version
2.5. No adjustment
Alarm 34 24 V Out 2 overload error
3. Commissioning, Water:
Alarm 35
24 V Out 3 overload error
3.1. Open the chilled water valve
Alarm 41
Slave input common alarm
3.2. Open heated water valve
Alarm 42
Slave output common alarm
3.3. No adjustment
32
The alarm is displayed by a number of diodes when you
have selected Alarm list (1) in the menu.
4, 5 are not used
6. Return to menu
Presence detector
Ex. The centremost blue and the two last red diodes are
lit (xoxxoo)
The centremost blue one corresponds to 16, the penultimate red one to 2 and the last red one to 1. The sum of
these is 19, which is the alarm number.
Return to normal operation by pressing the right-hand
button.
Dial for addressing the appropriate sensor module if
several are used in the same loop.
10 senormodules can be connected to the same master,
and each and one of them need an unique address.
1 2
3 parallel RJ12 ports
(Modbus) for connecting a
controller, another sensor module or
a computer, for example, by means
of a Cable converter USB-RJ12
ON
Diodes for temperature,
commissioning or alarm
indication
Function button
Diode-indicating function
- Green = Ok
- Flashing Green = Condensation alarm
- Yellow = Alarm
- Green/Yellow=Comfort alarm
(not acute)
Temperature sensor
Function button
Each diode represents a number as shown in the table
above and the numbers should be added up to form an
alarm number.
Switch/Termination resistance. Switch 1 should
be ”on” for the last sensormodule in the loop.
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Maintenance
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1
AIR
OPEN THIS SIDE
4
OPEN
THIS
SIDE
2
5
OPEN
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