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WISE Project Manual
Technical documentation for planners, system adjusters and operations technicians
24 V
Modbus
New version and functionalities
►► ADAPT Don and Damper with software version 5
►► ADAPT Damper with CAC-control
►► CONTROL Damper with room function
►► Super WISE, web-based tool
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Contents
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ADAPT room functions
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Room control
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CAC air quality control
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Occupancy control
6
Heating control
7
Two-phase cooling
7
DETECT Q, TUNE Ta, DETECT Ta
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Master/slave connections
10
Master/slave connections, Modbus
11
LED operation and alarms
12
TUNE Adapt hand-held terminal
14
CONTROL Damper room functions
22
Room control
24
Room terminal
25
Occupancy control
28
Heating and two-phase cooling
29
Air quality and window connection
30
CONTROL Damper zone functions
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TUNE Control hand-held terminal
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Super WISE
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Communication
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Commissioning
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Performance checks
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Network structure
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Overview – ADAPT functions
The ADAPT products are equipped with a complete builtin controller for controlling the room climate using temperatures, air quality and occupancy as controlling parameters, and using airflows and radiator valves as regulating
functions. ADAPT Damper requires DETECT Quality and in
some cases DETECT Temp to obtain specified functions:
Measurement of the room temperature
Measurement of the supply air
Measurement of the airflow
Airflow control
CAC Air quality detection (ADAPT Damper)
Motor regulation
Occupancy detection
Indication of the operating mode
Modbus slave according to RTU
All technical and electrical data are specified in the catalogue leaflet for each product.
Transformer
To avoid voltage drops it is important to correctly size the
transformer with the 24 V power supply cable. A computer program for the sizing of transformers and determining the appropriate length of cables is available for download at www.swegon.com. The minimum recommended
cross-sectional area of the voltage supply conductor is 1.0
mm².
Simplified connection
If an ADAPT air diffuser is installed in a room without
accessories, and where no radiator or slave control should
take place, 24 V AC can be connected directly to the air
diffuser port, see Figure X. A ø 1.0 (0.78 mm²) type RKKX
single-conductor cable is recommended.
Installation
Separate installation instructions are available for all the
ADAPT products.
The controller has a limited number of outputs and inputs
as tabulated below.
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Table 1 & 2. Controller inputs.
Terminal
Type
Description
1
G
Voltage, 24 V AC
2
G0
System zero
3
G
24 V AC
4
Z
Input, 0-10 V DC
5
G0
6
V
Heating on/off or a second cooling
phase
7
G
24 V AC
8
X
Occupancy, input
9
G0
10
R
Occupancy, output
11
G
24 V AC
12
Y
Output, 0-10 V
13
G0
14
C
Modbus Common
15
+
Modbus RTU +
16
-
Modbus RTU -
Jack
Type
Description
20
RJ45
Connector to the master air diffuser
21
RJ45
Connection of slave air diffuser
22
RJ45
Connection of slave air diffuser
23
RJ12
Modbus connection to master air diffuser
Figure 1. To connect 24 V directly to the air diffuser.
1 = Connection port to the air diffuser.
2 = Plug contact for 24 V AC.
System zero
System zero
20
Master
System zero
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2
3 4
21
Slave
5
6
7
22
Slave
8
23
Modbus
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Figure 2. Controller inputs.
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Room control
Temperature
The built-in temperature sensors for supply air and room
temperature have a measurement tolerance of ±0.5 K.
The time constant for the measurement is approx. 2 min.
The controller has a built-in limiting function that prevents
the airflow from increasing if cooling is required and the
supply air temperature is higher than the room temperature. Since the ADAPT Damper Master has only one
temperature sensor, this limiting function does not work
in extract air. All the temperature limits can be changed
using the TUNE Adapt hand-held terminal. The table
shows which temperatures can be specified depending on
how the product is used and configured.
Table 3. Temperature.
Type of product
Room
temp.
Supply
air temp.
ADAPT air diffuser master (supply air)
X
X
ADAPT air diffuser master (supply air)
X
X
ADAPT register slave (extract air)
X
-
ADAPT Damper master (extract air)
X
-
ADAPT Damper slave (supply air)
-
X
100%
100%
100%
Various operating modes
Normal operation, (occupancy)
The control system works to attain the temperature values
for heating 21 °C, cooling 23 °C, i.e. a room value of 22 °C
±1 K. These temperature set points can be changed using
the TUNE Adapt or using the ADJUST Temp remote set point
adjuster, and also via a main control system. The airflow is
controlled between the min/max limit settings. In the normal
operating mode, the user can choose to enable the cold
downdraught protection function. This means that the heat
valve will not close more than the preset value as long as the
controller’s cooling value does not exceed 50% (adjustable).
Vacancy (energy save mode)
The control system works to attain new temperature set
points: heating 20 °C, cooling 25°C, i.e. a room set point
of 22.5°C ±2.5 K. These temperature set points can be
changed using the TUNE Adapt or TUNE Temp remote set
point adjuster. The values can also be changed via a main
control system. The airflow is controlled down to the
extract airflow, but if the temperature exceeds the new
set point, 25 °C, the system begins cooling the room even
if there are no occupants. In the vacancy mode, the cold
downdraught protection function is not enabled.
Change-over ”heating with warm air”
The ADAPT controller has built-in functionality that can
sense the difference between the room and supply air
temperature and in doing so can match the airflow to
the mode of operation of your choice. In the hand-held
micro terminal or via Modbus, you can reset the controller
to automatically increase the airflow for normal heating
needs if the room temperature is lower than the supply air
temperature, so-called change-over function. This function should always be combined with a DETECT Temp
room sensor and can only be used on a master air diffuser
located in the supply air.
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0%
19°
20°
21°
22°
23°
24°
25°
Diagram 1.
0%The control process for occupancy and standard setting
19°
20°0% 21°
22°
23°
24° min.
25°airflow and
for temperature
control,
corresponds
to the
0%
19°
20°
21°
22°
23°
24°
25°
no heating,
100%
corresponds
to
the
max.
airflow
or
maximum
100%
heating.
100%
100%
0%
19°
20°
21°
22°
23°
24°
25°
0%
0%
19°
20°
21°
22°
23°
24°
25°
19°
20°
21°
22°
23°
24°
25°
19°
20°
21°
22°
23°
24°
25°
Diagram100%
2. The control process for vacancy and standard setting
for temperature control
100%
50%
100%
20%
50%
0%
50%
20%
20%
0%
0%
19°
20°
21°
22°
23°
24°
25°
19°
20°
21°
22°
23°
24°
25°
Diagram 3. The control process for occupancy and standard
setting for temperature control, with the cold down-draught
protection function enabled. The diagram shows how the cold
down-draught protection function is enabled to 20% until the
need for cooling has reached 50%.
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Night-time cooling (chilling the building structure
with free cooling)
The controller switches over to a new cooling set point,
18 °C. This can be initiated only via Modbus and a main
control system.
TUNE Adapt
The hand-held terminal has a temperature menu in which
all the settings can be changed.
* TEMPERATURE MENU *
Morning Boost (rapid heat-up with warm air)
The controller switches over to a new room set point,
28°C. This can be initiated only via Modbus and a main
control system.
COOL TEMP OCC
23°
HEAT TEMP OCC
21°
COOL TEMP UNOCC
25°
Switching between various operating conditions
Switching between occupancy/vacancy is controlled via
the built-in presence detector. Night-time cooling and
Morning Boost can only be initiated via a main control
system via Modbus.
HEAT TEMP UNOCC
20°
CALC SETP
ROOM TEMP DEV
0.0°
EXTERNAL INPUT
100%
NIGHTCOOL
18°
MORNING HEAT
25°
VALVE TIME
350sec
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Cold down-draught protection function
If this function is enabled with a value >0%, the heat valve
remains time-proportionally enabled until the cooling mode
has exceeded the 50% limit which can be changed under
the Application Menu, see Diagram 3. This function is only
available in the Program Version 4 or later.
21.0°
Modbus temperature functions
All the temperature values and settings can be reached
via Modbus. For detailed particulars of all the variables,
see the separate “WISE tables” thast are available at
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CAC Air quality control
TUNE Adapt
ADAPT Damper with Clean Air Control has an integrated
VOC sensor which measures and regulates the airflow for
maintained air quality within the room. The output signal
(pulse ratio) of the VOC sensor follows the CO2 content
in the room by measuring other gases that are created
proportionately with CO2. The highly sensitive VOC sensor
responds quickly to the presence of CO, CH4, liquefied
petroleum gas, alcohols, ketones, organic acids, amino,
aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons.
The hand-held terminal has a CAC menu, in which all the settings for the regulation range can be changed.
* AIR FLOW *
OCCUPANCY
The simplest way to test the function for correct performance is to spray denatured alcohol into the extract air
register. This should cause an immediate reaction in the
CAC value.
MIN
10l/s
MAX
40l/s
UNOCCUPIED
MIN
5l/s
PRESSURE SENSOR
VOC equivalent with CO2
Swegon’s Clean Air Control VOC sensor does not detect
CO2. On the other hand, it does detect a number of different impurities/emissions from people, for instance. This
means that it reacts in a manner equivalent to that of a
CO2 sensor. Moreover, in contrast to a CO2 sensor, it also
reacts to the unhealthy emissions mentioned earlier.
FLOW PRESS
45.2Pa
PRESS 0-CAL.
00.0Pa
DAMPER POS
100%
SLAVE OUTPUT
0%
CO2
MIN SET
Both the pulse ratio (0-90%) and CAC equivalent to the
CO2-value are specified in the TUNE Adapt and Modbus
variables.
800ppm
MAX SET
1000ppm
PPM PER VOLT
200
CAC SET POINTS
Table 4.
CAC MIN SET
25%
CAC MAX SET
35%
Substance group
Example
Source
Alcohols
Spirits
Detergent
Aldehydes
Formaldehyde
Construction materials
Ketones
Butanone
Paint residue
2500
Ester
Methyl acetate
Glue
2000
Aromatic acids
Xylene
Paint and glue
CO2 ekv. (ppm)
Clean Air Control
1500
1000
500
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
Pulse
ratio (%)
Pulskvot
(%)
Diagram 4. The CAC/CO2 ratio.
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Occupancy control
Built-in presence detector
The air diffusers have a built-in presence detector that cover
approx. 16 m² floor area. The value varies with the installation height. In a room fitted with several air diffusers, all the
presence detectors work together to achieve optimal detection. If the system includes an external connected DETECT
Occupancy, this unit will also work together with the builtin detectors so that the air diffusers will always switch over
to the occupancy mode as soon as motion is detected.
Delay times have been programmed in the controller: the
switch-on delay is set to 0; the switch-off delay is set to
20 min. The times can be changed using the TUNE Adapt.
If the presence detector via relay is used for controlling
the lighting (on/off), the switch-on delay must always be
set to 0. When lighting control is not used, the switch-on
delay can appropriately be set to 30 s.
* A D V A N C E D ME N U *
TE MP E R A TU R E
A IR FLOW
OC C U P A N C Y (IN T)
C OMMU N IC A* TION
OC C U P A N C Y (IN T) *
A P P LIC
A TION
U V
OC C
S E N SME
ORNLE
0000
OC C S TA TU S
0
OC C S TA TU S + D E LA Y
0
D E LA Y OFF
20m
D E LA Y ON
00s
Table 5. Temperature relay in DETECT Occupancy
Jumper
 

Temp °C
24

Description
Enables normal regulation if the temperature
exceeds the preset value
26

28

15


17


19
Enables normal regulation if the temperature is
lower than the preset value
When the built-in temperature control should not be activated;
disconnect the jumpers.
Operating times
The ADAPT controller has a continuous operating time
measurement function that measures the absolute time
during which the controller has been powered and the
time during which the controller has been in the occupancy mode. These times enable the user to easily analyse
occupancy (and consequently, how often the premises
need to be cleaned) for control of the light fittings and
planning maintenance at the right time. The time count
is automatically reset to zero after 32,767 hours, which is
equivalent to 3.7 years.
Control of the lighting
In response to signals from the built-in presence detector,
the lighting can be switched on/switched off via a relay
connected to the CONNECT Adapt junction box.
Modbus occupancy functions
All the occupancy functions and settings can be reached
via Modbus. For detailed particulars of all the variables,
see separate tables that can be found at
www.swegon.com.
Air quality control
When air quality control is enabled, it applies to operation in both the occupancy and vacancy modes. As from
Program Version 5, this type of regulation can only be
enabled when the system is operating in the occupancy
mode. If you still would like to have air quality control
enabled while the system is operating in the vacancy
mode, it is possible to enable this function. See the Application menu.
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Table 6. Coverage area of the presence detector
H
A1
B1
A2
B2
2.2
4.5
4.0
2.9
2.5
2.4
4.8
4.3
3.3
2.9
2.6
5.3
4.7
3.7
3.2
2.8
5.7
5.0
4.1
3.6
3.0
6.1
5.4
4.5
4.0
Dimensions are specified in metres, A1-B1 refer to dimensions at
floor level, A2-B2 refer to dimensions at desktop height.
Table 7. The setting of times in DETECT Occupancy
On
Off
Position
On


A
0s
Off
5s




B
10 s
1 min




C
30 s
5 min




D
1 min
10 min




E
5 min
20 min
   
F
10 min
30 min
Always switch off the power supply before repositioning the jumpers.
DETECT Occupancy is supplied as standard set to position B for both
delayed switch on and position A for delayed switch off.
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The ADAPT Damper products lack a built-in sensor circuit
card with presence detector and should then be equipped
with a separate DETECT Occupancy presence detector.
In this situation, DETECT Occupancy should have preset
switch-on/switch-off delays. The values of the built-in
controller will be disabled. See more about settings in the
installation instructions for the DETECT Occupancy. If a
presence detector is not to be connected to the ADAPT
Damper, it is supplied preset for continuous occupancy.
TUNE Adapt
The various variables for the occupancy function can be
checked and changed in the hand-held terminal.
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Heating control
The CONNECT Adapt junction box can be used for connecting up to the heat valve control function. The system makes
it possible to control approx. 3 valves with a total output of
18 VA. An intermediate relay must be installed if more than
3 valves are to be controlled, see the wiring diagram. The
intermediate relay should be of semi-conductor type, able to
manage many switching on/off operations without becoming worn. These types or relay are also quiet; therefore you
will not have to hear the clicking sound that commonly
occurs in mechanical relays. The heating control function is
time proportional with an adjustable time constant.
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20
Master
1
2
3 4
21
Slave
5
6
7
22
Slave
8
23
Modbus
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
2
A1 A2 1 3
Valve exercise is enabled and takes place at 5-day intervals. The time is adjustable for 1-7 24-hour days.
First open function
The ACTUATOR valve actuator has first open function.
The valve is then supplied set to an open position making
it possible to fill and vent the radiator system without
any problem. When the ADAPT air diffuser/damper has
been powered, the valves must be enabled for at least
6 minutes so that the catches will release. The controller is equipped with a function for valve exercising which
involves energizing the valve for 8 minutes every fifth day,
as standard. There is a test function in the TUNE Adapt
which energizes the valve output for 10 minutes. This
makes the “first open” catch release.
Modbus variables, heating control
All the values and settings can be reached via Modbus
as tabulated below. For detailed particulars of all the
variables, see the separate tables that can be found at
www.swegon.com.
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Figure 3. Connecting the intermediate relay for more than 3
radiators.
1 = The terminal block in CONNECT Adapt.
2 = Semi-conductor relay for at least 2 A 24 V AC
3 = Radiators with ACTUATOR valve actuator.
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Two-phase cooling control
The ADAPT controller can be configured for two-phase
cooling in sequence, first airborne cooling and if this is
not sufficient the valve opens for waterborne cooling.
Heating control cannot take place when two-phase cooling is enabled; the heating valve output circuit is then
forgone.
TUNE Adapt
The various variables for radiator control can be checked
and changed in the hand-held terminal. The time interval
for valve exercising cannot be changed TUNE Adapt version 5.
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* A DV A N C E D M E N U *
OCCUP A NCY ( I N T )
COMMUNICATION
A P P LI CA T I O N M E N U
* A P P L I C A T I ON M E N U *
A P P LI CA T ION
0
LE D F U N C T I ON
H E A T I NG
P R E S E NT
Figure 4. Connect the cooling circuit valvee and the fan control
system.
1 = The terminal block in CONNECT Adapt.
2 = ACTUATOR for valve on Parasol
C O LD P R OT E C
ACTIVE LEVEL
C O O L LI M I T
20%
50%
V A LV E E X E R C I S E
I NT E RV A L
8
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External control
The ADAPT products have an analogue input (0-10 V DC)
that can be used for various functions. They can be connected via CONNECT Adapt, wiring terminals 4 and 5.
1
20
Master
DETECT Quality 0
1
3 4
5
6
7
8
23
Modbus
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
6
0
24
NO
C
NC
G
OUT1
G0
2
1
TUNE Temp
20
Master
Set point adjuster which enables the user to change the
set point for room temperature regulation ± 3 K as the
need arises. N.B.! Offsetting the setpoint does not affect
the preset vacancy temperature in controller version 5.0
or later.
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4
DETECT Temp
DETECT Temp is an analogue (0-10 V DC) temperature
sensor that can be connected to the connection box. The
ADAPT products are readjusted for interpreting this signal
as room temperature. The DETECT Temp function is available from Program Version 4.
DETECT Occupancy
2
22
Slave
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The air quality is checked using the DETECT Quality 0
which transmits a CO2 signal to the master air diffuser.
Then the room temperature is regulated by means of
the built-in temperature sensor in the air diffuser. The
CO2 signal oversteers the temperature control function if
the CO2 value in the room becomes too high. The preset
limit values are 800-1000 ppm. The air quality is regulated regardless of whether the system is operating in
the Occupancy or Vacancy mode. When the CO2-control
operates independent of the room temperature, the air
in the room is likely to be cooled down more than is
necessary. If the heating control with radiator function
has been enabled, the radiators will heat up if the room
temperature becomes too low.
21
Slave
5
2
3 4
21
Slave
5
6
7
22
Slave
8
23
Modbus
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
5
1
6
5
4
6
6
0
24
NO
C
NC
In addition to the analogue input, there is also a digital
input that can be used for connecting an external presence detector. This input is normally used or the ADAPT
Damper duct products.
Figure 5. Connecting the accessories
1 The interconnection card in CONNECT Adapt.
2 * DETECT Qa 0
3 * TUNE Ta
4 * DETECT Ta
5 * DETECT Oa (normally for ADAPT Damper only)
Modbus variables, external control
Note: * Only one of these accessories can be connected.
All the values and settings can be reached via Modbus.
For detailed particulars of all the variables, see separate
tables that can be found at www.swegon.com.
Table 8. To set the application function. The presence detector does not need to be configured.
Accessories:
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Application
Normal
0
External actuation
1
DETECT Q 0
2
(Slave air diffuser)
3
TUNE Temp
4
DETECT Temp
5
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Master – Slave
The ADAPT products can be connected in a master-slave
relationship where one air diffuser is always the master and
up to three air diffusers are slaves. An extract air terminal
can also be a master depending on the choice of products
and the room solution. For guidance see Figure 6.
In a system with master-slave, an analogue connection
is made between the various air diffusers. The analogue
signals make it necessary to adjust each air diffuser taking
into account the airflows between which it shall regulate. This provides maximal flexibility for the possibility of
having different supply air/extract airflows.
Table 9. Analogue control signal.
The relevant value can be measured between wiring terminals 12 and 13 on the control circuit card.
Control mode
Control signal to slave
Vacancy flow
2.0 V
Min. airflow
2.0 V
Max. airflow
8.0 V
Emergency, close
<1.5 V
Emergency, open
> 8.5 V
Thanks to the analogue interconnection of the presence
detector, it is enough that one air diffuser has detected
occupancy in the room for the entire system to switch
over to the occupancy mode.
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7
7
Figure 6. Connection with LINK Adapt and LINK Modbus
1 The air diffuser contact in the master air diffuser.
2 The air diffuser contact in the slave air diffuser.
3 The interconnection card in CONNECT Adapt.
4 LINK Adapt, RJ 45 Internet cable, 24 AWG.
5 SPLIT Link a 45 branch contact RJ45.
6 LINK Modbus RJ12 connected to the master air diffuser.
7 SPLIT Modbus RJ12, max. stab length, 10 m.
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Connect all the slave air diffusers to
Modbus
5
5
Slave air diffusers can also be connected to a main control
system however this must be done directly in the RJ12
connection of the air diffuser. A splitter must be used for
connecting several air diffusers.
Calculation of the maximal stub length
The stub length is critical in the installation. That which
affects the length is the speed of communication and the
pulse rise time of the transceiver. The bus wire is assumed
to be terminated at each end. The ADAPT products use a
fail-safe transceiver with the following data:
Signal rate = 200 kbps
Rise time = 500 ns
Maximal stub length 11.6 metres
5
1 6
4
2
3
20
Master
1
2
21
Slave
3 4
5
6
7
22
Slave
8
23
Modbus
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Figure 7. Connection with LINK Modbus
1 The air diffuser contact in the master air diffuser.
2 The air diffuser contact in the slave air diffuser.
3 The interconnection card in CONNECT Adapt.
4 LINK Adapt, RJ 45 Internet cable, 24 AWG.
5 SPLIT Link a 12 branch contact, RJ12.
6 LINK Modbus RJ12 cord, the total length must not exceed 10 m.
2 6
2
4
6
4
6
6
5
2
2
6
2
3
6
7
20
Master
1
2
3 4
21
Slave
5
6
7
22
Slave
8
23
Modbus
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
20
Master
1
2
3 4
21
Slave
5
6
7
22
Slave
8
23
Modbus
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Figure 8. The wiring of several ADAPT via 2 CONNECT Adapt
1 -6 see the figure text above.
7 One extra CONNECT Adapt.
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N.B.! The Modbus stubs can be too long and cause
communication problems. The recommended maximal
permissible stub length per junction box is altogether 10
metres. If a longer LINK Modbus is required, install additional CONNECT Adapt for Modbus connection, Fig. 8. It
does not matter which Modbus contact on the network
the ADAPT product is connected to; its Modbus ID is the
determining factor for how the product is shown in the
main control system and Super WISE. If several CONNECT
Adapt are used for connection, the control signals must
also be wired further.
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Normally only the master air diffuser is connected to a
main control system via the CONNECT Adapt junction
box.
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TUNE Adapt
The various variables for alarms can be checked in the
hand-held terminal.
* SWEGON TUNE ADAPT *
USER MENU
ALARM MENU
LANGUAGE
Light-emitting diode operation
* ALARM MENU *
ADVANCED MENU
FUNCTION ALARM
TEST MENU
DAMPER STROKE
SAVE / LOAD MENU
MOTOR
The sensor module on the ADAPT air diffusers has an LED
that indicate the current operating mode. The LED can be
lit in different colours; however this can be switched it off
completely if the light emitted is found disturbing.
The table shows the various functions that can be indicated by the diode.
Explanation
Green / steady
Normal operation, no alarm
Green / flashing
Start up with 0 calibration
Red / steady
Alarms, see the alarm list. Also for too
low supply voltage, not visible in the
alarm list.
Red / flashing
Internal sensor failure, see the alarm
list.
Too low supply voltage.
Orange / steady
Commissioning mode, max. airflow
Orange / flashing
2 sec. interval
Commissioning mode, min. or vacancy
airflow.
Further forced control via Modbus.
Emergency mode, Manual occupancy
or Test mode.
0
PRESSURE SENSOR
0
ROOM TEMP
0
SUPPLY TEMP
0
WRONG SET POINT
0
COMFORT ALARM
0
TEMPERATURE
0
AIR QUALITY
0
Table 10. LED functions.
Colour / output
0
ALARM SETTINGS
SET TIME
60
RESET TIME
1
MAX TEMP DEV
2
MAX CO2 DEV
200
Modbus variables for the LED and alarms
All the values and settings can be reached via Modbus.
For detailed particulars of all the variables, see the separate tables that can be found at www.swegon.com.
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Main control system, Modbus RTU
The ADAPT controller has many facilities for communication with a main control system. Most of the variables are
open and can be read or entered. There are a number of
product-specific variables that are password protected.
These have been programmed at the factory and should
not be changed.
The communication format can be changed and in its
standard form is preset for 38400 bps, None parity, 1
stop bit and always 8-bit format. All the ADAPT master
products can have a continuous Modbus ID between
1 and 248. Unless otherwise specified in the purchase
order, the air diffusers are supplied with ID 1. The ID
number is specified on the product rating label. The user
can easily change the Modbus ID number with the TUNE
Adapt.
The following variables for the main control system can
be actuated:
• Emergency control (On/Off)
• Emergency control, power (open/close)
• Night-time cooling (On/Off)
• Morning heat (On/Off)
• Occupancy control (On/Off)
• Occupancy mode (Occupancy/Vacancy)
All the other variables can be changed, but the above
described values are typical for controlling via time schedule.
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When the TUNE Adapt hand-held terminal is connected
to the sensor module for the air diffusers or to the special
outlet for the Damper products, communication with the
main control system is interrupted, but will be restored
when the hand-held terminal is later disconnected.
There is a configuration set of variables for alarms and
operating modes in binary format as a group alarm. For
detailed particulars of all the variables, see the separate
tables that can be downloaded from www.swegon.com.
All the variables can be entered an unlimited number of
times without overburdening the memory.
For the main control system, the following variables can
be interesting to read:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
The room temperature
Estimated temperature set point
The airflow, l/s (N.B.! Normally the master air diffuser only)
The cooling control value, %
The heating control value, %
The controller mode (occupancy/vacancy, etc.)
Alarm 1 – Stroke error
Alarm 2 – Motor failure
Alarm 3 – Pressure sensor failure
Alarm 4 – Temperature sensor failure (internal)
Alarm 5 – Temperature sensor failure (external)
Alarm 6 – CAC sensor error
Alarm 7 – Comfort alarm
Alarm 8 – Nonconforming temperature
Alarm 9 – Nonconforming CO2 content
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Figure 9. To open the sensor module, use a screw driver, be careful when reinstalling the module to avoid damaging the positioning pins.
TUNE Adapt
Description
TUNE Adapt is a hand-held terminal for setting and viewing the readings of all ADAPT products. TUNE Adapt is
powered by the product it is connected to. Tune Adapt
is supplied as standard with display in four languages:
Swedish, English, French and Danish. The compatibility of
the various versions of the ADAPT controller is as follows:
hand-held micro terminals of later version cannot read
older versions of ADAPT controllers, hand-held micro
terminals of older version can always read the newer
ADAPT controllers, however the newer variables will then
be lacking in the hand-held micro terminal. The hand-held
terminal must not be confused with the terminal that is
supplied with the GOLD air handling unit, it has different
software.
Keypad functions
The arrow keys are used for advancing up and down
in the menus. To change to an underlying menu press
“enter”  . In the menus for entering settings, you must
immediately press ”enter” again to come to the image
where you can change the variables. All the variables that
can be changed will then be highlighted.
The +/- keys are used for increasing or decreasing the
values. The values are changed immediately in the ADAPT
products, without having to press ”enter”.
Figure 10. TUNE Adapt can be connected to the air diffuser using
the RJ12 contact on the circuit card.
Press X to return to the previous menu.
The display can shown only four lines with text. In the
descriptions that follow, the menus below are displayed in
a fainter tone. The menus appear more distinctly as you
press the arrow “down" key.
There is a small red LED to the side of the ”enter” key.
When it shines/flashes, the ADAPT product, to which it
is connected, is being 0 calibrated. Wait a minute or two
and reconnect TUNE Adapt.
Figure 11. TUNE Adapt can be connected directly to the single
contact on the side in the duct dampers.
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The display screen
The uppermost line always shows the Swegon headline,
on later versions the program version for the ADAPT
products is shown as well.
The line with highlighted text is the selected line you can
advance to by pressing the  ”enter button”.
The pile to the right indicates whether there are more
menu lines below that you can access by navigating
downward. The black field at the lower edge shows that
there are menu lines below. The contrary applies if there
is a black field at the upper edge.
Tune Adapt menu structures
Descriptions of the menus
The input menu for start up. The image shows all the
functions that are available from the start menu. Press
enter to advance to the menu selected.
* S W E G O N
T U N E A D A P T *
USER MENU
LANGUAGE
ADVANCED MENU
TEST MENU
SAVE / LOAD *MENU
USER MENU *
AIRFLOW
000l/s
ROOM TEMP
00.0g
SUPPLY AIR TEMP
00.0g
0000ppm
CAC LEVEL
CAC CO2 EQUV
00%
0000ppm
COOLING
000%
HEATING
000%
VALVE POS
000%
OCC TIME
00000h
RUN TIME
00000h
SOFTWARE
SERIAL NUMBER
Supply air temp
Shows the value of the built-in temperature sensor. In certain
applications such as ADAPT Damper if the extract air, the
temperature cannot be shown, the value -1 is then given.
CO2 in room
If DETECT Quality is connected and Application type is set
to 2 the carbon dioxide value in the room is shown.
CAC
If Clean Air Control is enabled, the air quality value and
the corresponding recalculated CO2 value in ppm are
shown here. Good air quality corresponds here to a CAC
value that is lower than 35%.
Cooling (Cooling load)
Shows the value of the cooling load 0-100%, 0% corresponds to vacancy or the occupancy flow, 100% corresponds to the max. flow.
Heating (Heating load)
The heating load in % is shown here if the controller is
set for heating control. Heating control is time proportional which means that the valve is open only during that
part of the time cycle to which the heat load corresponds,
example: heating load 50%, the valve is open 50% of
350 s = 175 s. and then closed for 175 s.
ALARM MENU
CO2 IN ROOM
Room temp
Shows the room temperature in °C regardless of whether
the temperature is measured by the built-in sensor or
a connected DETECT Temp. In certain applications, for
example ADAPT Damper for supply air, the room temperature cannot be shown. The value -1 is given in this case.
In ADAPT Damper, the extract air temperature can be one
or two degrees higher than the representative room temperature. This should be taken into consideration when
selecting the set points for the temperature settings.
0000
00000
Valve pos (Valve pos, later than version 3)
The value of the valve output is shown here, which most
often is equal to the heating load. If the cold down draught
protection function is enabled, the heating load can be 0%
while the valve output can be 20% for instance.
Occ time (Time occupied)
The controller has a time counter which automatically
counts the time during which the premises is occupied.
The function can for instance be used for analysis of the
cleaning interval, etc.
Run time (Total runtime)
The controller has a built-in operating time counter which is
enabled as soon as the controller is powered. The counter
automatically resets after 32767 hours, approx. 3.7 years.
Software
Current version of the software.
Serial number
The product serial number.
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USER MENU
A L AR M ME N U
L AN G U A GE
Airflow
The current airflow in l/s and the estimated set-point is
shown here.
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Alarm menu
These menus show the value 1 if something is abnormal
in the ADAPT product. At the same time, the diode in the
sensor module shines red.
* SWEGON TUNE A V5 *
USER MENU
ALARM MENU
LANGUAGE
* ALARM MENU *
ADVANCED MENU
ALARM
TESTFUNCTION
MENU
STROKE
SAVE DAMPER
/ LOAD MENU
MOTOR
0
0
PRESSURE SENSOR
0
ROOM TEMP
0
SUPPLY TEMP
0
WRONG SET POINT
0
COMFORT ALARM
0
TEMPERATURE
0
AIR QUALITY
0
ALARM SETTINGS
SET TIME
Comfort alarm
Activates the comfort control system and initiates an
alarm if the temperature or CO2 value deviates more than
the preset limit values during a period longer than the
preset period (60 min.). If the cause of the alarm is remedied, the alarm value is cleared after the preset period (5
min.).
Language menu
Used for changing the language in TUNE Adapt.
* SWEGON TUNE A V5 *
USER MENU
ALARM MENU
LANGUAGE
ADVANCED MENU
TEST MENU
SAVE / LOAD* LANGUAGE
MENU
MENU *
ENGLISH
60
RESET TIME
1
MAX TEMP DEV
2
MAX CO2 DEV
CAC Sensor error
Indicates that the built-in sensor is faulty or is missing.
SVENSKA
SUOMI
DANSK
200
Damper stroke
When the controller is started up, a stroke check is carried
out. If this check fails, an alarm is initiated.
Motor
If the control function is not operating so that the motor
can steer to the desired position within the length of
damper stroke detected, an alarm is initiated.
Language menu
As standard, TUNE Adapt is supplied with text in four languages: English, Swedish, Finnish and Danish. Scroll down
to the language desired and press enter.
Other language combinations are the following:
Pressure sensor
If the pressure sensor transmits unreasonable values or if
communication to this sensor ceases, an alarm is initiated.
English, Swedish, Russian and Polish
Room Temp
Refers to failure of the built-in temperature sensor normally fitted inside the sensor module.
These variants must however be ordered separately.
or
English, Swedish, German and French
Supply Temp
Refers to failure of the built-in temperature sensor normally
fitted in the supply airflow path inside the air diffuser.
Wrong set point
An alarm is initiated if the heating set point and cooling
set point cross one another. The heating load must always
be lower than the cooling set point.
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Advanced menu
Heat temp unocc (Heating temperature, unoccupied)
The same function as for the occupancy temperature
All the setting values can be changed in these menus.
Calc setp (Calculated set-point)
The estimated value for control is shown here. When the
room temperature is between the heating and cooling set
point, the room temperature is shown in this variable. If
the room temperature is above the set point for cooling
control, the set point is shown (for example 23.0°)
* SWEGON TUNE A V5 *
ALARM MENU
LANGUAGE
ADVANCED MENU
TEST MENU
SAVE / LOAD MENU
Temperature menu
In order to be able to change a value, it must be highlighted by pressing enter on the first menu line. In the
image, this value is: COOL TEMP OCC.
* ADVANCED MENU *
External input
The external input level 0-100% corresponds to the input
function when an external control is used, see the Application Menu.
TEMP MENU
FLOW MENU
PRESENCE (INT)
COMMUNICATION
Nightcool (Night-time cooling)
Set point for night-time cooling. This set point applies
when the night-time cooling function is enabled from a
main control system and it leads to boosting the airflow
until the flow reaches its preset max. airflow rate.
APPLICATION MENU
* TEMPERATURE MENU *
COOL TEMP OCC
23°
HEAT TEMP OCC
21°
COOL TEMP UNOCC
25°
HEAT TEMP UNOCC
20°
CALC SETP
Morning heat
This function is not enabled in the controller, (will be
introduced in a later version).
21.0°
ROOM TEMP DEV
0.0°
EXTERNAL INPUT
100%
NIGHTCOOL
18°
MORNING HEAT
25°
HEAT VALVE TIME
Example:
Cooling set point 23°: if the room temperature is 22.5°
the value 0,0 is shown on the nonconforming temperature line. Now if TUNE Temp knob is turned down as
much as possible for reduced room temperature, the cooling set point will be 20° and the value 2.5° will then be
shown. This means that it is 2.5° too warm in the room
and the cooling control function will start.
Heat valve time (protected variable)
This time is the normal time it takes for a thermal actuator to open completely from the cold position. The time is
used for the time proportional opening when the heating
load is <100%.
350sec
Cool temp occ (Cooling temperature, occupied)
The temperature at which cooling control begins. If the
system has sufficient capacity, this will be the maximum
room temperature in the cooling mode.
If the ADAPT controller is to control electric heating via
semi-conductor relay the time should be set to max.
60 sec. The variable can only be changed via a special
Modbus tool of Modbus Poll type.
Heat temp occ (Heating temperature, occupied)
The temperature at which heating control begins. This will
be the room’s lowest temperature if the ADAPT product
steers heating control. If this does not take place, the
value is insignificant.
Cool temp unocc (Cooling temperature, unoccupied)
The same function as for the occupancy temperature.
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When you select the ADVANCED MENU, a warning is
shown to remind you to be especially cautious; changing data in these menus could compromise the regulator
function.
Room temp dev (Room temperature deviation)
The difference is shown here between the actual values
and the preset set points for cooling/heating for occupancy or vacancy. When the room temperature is in the
dead band, the value 0 is shown. If TUNE Temp is used
for set point displacement, the change can be read in this
menu only.
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Airflow
In order to be able to change a value, you must highlight
it by pressing enter on the first menu line. In the image,
this is: OCCUPANCY.
Slave output
Shows the slave output flow level: 0% is minimum or
vacancy flow, 100% corresponds to the maximum airflow.
* ADVANCED MENU *
TEMPERATURE
AIRFLOW
OCCUPANCY (INT)
COMMUNICATION
* AIR FLOW *
APPLICATION MENU
OCCUPANCY
MIN
10l/s
MAX
40l/s
UNOCCUPIED
MIN
5l/s
PRESSURE SENSOR
FLOW PRESS
45.2Pa
PRESS 0-CAL.
00.0Pa
DAMPER POS
Damper pos (Damper position)
The current damper blade position can be read here.
When commissioning, make sure that this value is at least
85% open for the design room in the zone.
100%
SLAVE OUTPUT
0%
CO2
Under this menu, set the limit values for the proportional
airflow control function in relation to the CO2 value. Control starts from the minimum set point and proportionally
increases to 100% airflow for the maximum set point.
ppm per Volt
This is the interpretive value of the input signal from the
CO2 sensor. This is normally 200 ppm/V.
CAC MIN.
The lower limit where the airflow increase starts for ventilation to remove impurities.
CAC MAX.
The upper limit where the airflow has reached its max.
value.
CO2
MIN SET
MAX SET
800ppm
1000ppm
PPM PER VOLT
200
CAC SET POINTS
CAC MIN SET
25%
CAC MAX SET
35%
Occupancy min/max
The airflows to be used for the relevant room can be set
here. If the product is marked with a “default” in the
designation, then it is a product from stock with standard
settings that probably are not applicable to the current
installation.
Unoccupied
The airflow for vacancy of occupants
Pressure sensor
The current flow pressure can be read here. This pressure
is almost identical to the static pressure drop across the
air diffuser.
Zero calibration can be carried out, however this requires
that you are sure that there is no airflow. It will not help
to force the damper to close. 0-calibration has been carried out at the factory prior to delivery and should not
normally need to be changed.
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Occupancy (INT)
Communication
In order to be able to change a value, you must highlight
it by pressing enter on the first menu line. In the image,
this is: Occupancy.
In order to be able to change a value, it must be highlighted by pressing enter on the first menu line. In the
image, this is: Modbus address.
* ADVANCED MENU *
* ADVANCED MENU *
TEMPERATURE
AIRFLOW
AIRFLOW
OCCUPANCY (INT)
OCCUPANCY (INT)
COMMUNICATION
* OCCUPANCY (INT) *
APPLICATION MENU
OCC SENSOR LEV
0000
COMMUNICATION
OCC STATUS
0
OCC STAT+DELAY
0
20m
DELAY ON
00s
* COMMUNICATION *
MODBUS ADDRESS
BAUDRATE
PARITY
000
38.4k
NONE
STOP BITS
Occ sensor lev (Occupancy sensor level)
Indicates the signal level from the built-in presence sensor.
The limit value for detecting occupancy is 250.
Occ status
Shows the momentary status from the built-in presence
detector 1=occupancy. The value returns to 0 after 1
minute if no new occupancy has been detected.
1
Modbus address
The address can be set to a value between 1-248.
Baud rate
The communication speed can be set to three levels: 9.6k
- 19.2k - 38.4k.
Parity
The parity check can be set to: Even/Uneven/None.
Occ stat + delay
The occupancy situation including the delay. This value
applies to the entire system of master/slave air diffusers
that are interconnected.
Stop bits
Can be set either to 1 or 0.
Delay off
The time until the controller switches over to vacancy if
no new occupancy has been detected.
Delay on
The switch on delay time must always be 0 if the lighting
is to be controlled. Otherwise the value can appropriately
be 30 s.
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Application menu
In order to be able to change a value, it must be highlighted by pressing enter on the first menu line. In the
image, this is: APPLICATION.
* ADVANCED MENU *
0 = ADAPT supply air diffuser
1 = ADAPT Exhaust and Damper for extract air
2 = ADAPT Damper for supply air
OCCUPANCY (INT)
COMMUNICATION
APPLICATION MENU
* APPLICATION MENU *
APPLICATION
0
LED FUNCTION
TEMP SENSOR USE
TYPE
0
HEATING
PRESENT
COOL PROTECTION
ACTIVE LEVEL
20%
COOL LIMIT
50%
VALVE EXERCISE
TIME INTERVAL
Temperature sensor use (from Software Version 5)
How the built-in temperature sensors should be used is
adjusted with this variable. This function is programmed
from the factory. If “default” ADAPT Damper is supplied
directly from stock, you will have to change this variable if
the damper is to be adjusted for use as a slave.
5days
CAC USE
NOT PRESENT
VENT BOOST
ON
BOOST DELAY
BOOST TIME
72h
5m
CAC/CO2 AT UNOCC
NOT ACTIVE
Application
Select the application that fits the description. The application describes how the external control input on the
master air diffuser should be used. The slave air diffuser
should always have the value 3.
0 = Temperature control (ADAPT) 1 = External control with 0-10 V DC signal
2 = Temp. control (ADAPT) + CO2 (DETECT Q 0)
3 = Slave controller 4 = Set point switch, TUNE Temp
5 = External temp. sensor, DETECT Temp
Heat valve control (Software later than Version 4)
If the ADAPT controller is to be used for controlling the
radiators, this function must be enabled, however it
cannot be combined with two-phase cooling. In the Ver.
3 ADAPT, change-over can only take place in Modbus via
variable 0x0006.
Cold down draught protection (Software later than
Version 3)
This function applies only from Program Version 4. The
controller can also control heating if there is no heating load. This function is used for reducing cold down
draughts by the windows. The heating control feature will
be enabled to the preset level, for example 20%, until the
cooling load has reached 50%.
Valve exercise (Software later than Version 4)
This function applies only from Program Version 4. During
the summer half of the year, the valves may need to be
exercised so that they will not jam. The exercising feature
can be enabled by setting the time between these occasions to >0. The time is expressed in 24-hour periods
Exercising takes place by enabling the valve output for 10
minutes. The function is enabled as standard.
CAC Use
Activation of the built-in air quality sensor in ADAPT
Damper on the extract air duct.
Ventilation boost function
Enables the function for forcing the airflow for a shorter
time (5 minutes) when the ventilation system has operated in the vacant room mode longer than the preset
time (72 hours).
CAC/CO2-function for vacancy
Provision for enabling the CAC/CO2 function even when
the ventilation system is operating in the room vacancy
mode.
LED function
Here you can choose whether the LED should be out or
used for indicating the functions, see the Alarm Menu.
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Test menu
These menu functions are used for commissioning and
performance checks. When you select the TEST MENU, a
warning is shown to remind you to be especially cautious;
changing any data in these menus could cause the control
system to stop operating.
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Valve test
If activated the valve opens during 10 minutes. Serves to
check the valve operation and to override the “first-stop”
function of the valve.
LANGUAGE
ADVANCED MENU
TEST MENU
Night cooling
This function is used to test the night cooling function, do
not forget to set USE to “OFF” when the test is completed.
SAVE / LOAD MENU
* TEST MENU *
MAN FLOW OPTION
MAX AIRFLOW
Morning boost
This function is used to test the morning heat function,
do not forget to set USE to “OFF” when the test is completed.
000l/s
EMERGENCY
CONTROL
MASTER
SLAVE REVERSED
TEST POS%
DAMPER POS MAN
OFF
CLOSE
OFF
OFF
100%
OCCUPANCY
OCC AUTO/MAN
OCC ACTION
AUTO
UNOCC
NIGHTCOOL
AUTO/MAN
Save/Load menu
AUTO
These menu functions are used for transferring data from
one air diffuser to another.
MORNING BOOST
AUTO/MAN
AUTO
* SAVE/LOAD MENU *
Man flow option (Commissioning mode)
This function is used during the commissioning and
performance check phase. All the products are supplied
preset for maximum flow. The LED shines orange. During
the commissioning phase, this mode should be reset to
MIN FLOW – VACANCY FLOW – and DISABLED. The LED
shines orange for minimum and vacancy flows.
Emergency
This menu can be used for testing the emergency function. It is also possible to set whether the event should
be ”Close” or ”Open” as well as reversed function on
the slave air diffusers. Set the Open or Close event in the
master air diffuser. The reversed function for the slave air
diffusers can only be set if TUNE Adapt is connected to
each respective slave air diffuser.
Do not forget to set USE to “OFF” when the test is completed.
Test mode
The damper position can be manually steered with this
function to a fixed value within 0-100%. Do not forget to
reset the test mode to “OFF”.
UPLOAD FROM ADAPT
SAVE TO ADAPT
SAVE TO PC
Upload from ADAPT
Connect the first air diffuser and select UPLOAD FROM
ADAPT.
Save to ADAPT
Connect to the next air diffuser whose variables should
be updated and select SAVE TO ADAPT. Caution; when
saving to a new ADAPT unit data from the previous unit is
carried over. Therefore a new 0-calibration of the pressure
sensor must be performed. Data must only be transfered
between units of the same type and dimensions.
Save to PC
The save to PC function requires special equipment that
can only be handled by Swegon specialists.
When the test mode is enabled, the LED shines orange.
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Occupancy
The occupancy function can be forced here to AUTO or
MAN. UNOCCUPIED or OCCUPANCY should be set in the
manual mode. If the ADAPT Damper in the master version
lacks a built-in presence detector, this value should be set
to continuous OCCUPANCY if DETECT Occupancy is not
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CONTROL Damper - Room functions
CONTROL Da FSFE, with associated SLAVE Control slave
damper for extract air, if required, is supplied fully configured from the factory. The TUNE Control (3) hand-held
room terminal is used for changing the control values.
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Functions
• Wireless room sensor with set point adjustment and
service functions
• Control against temperature, CO2 content and window
contact
• Airflow regulation for primary cooling or ventilation
• Heating control in sequence with cooling control
• Two-phase cooling with water in a second phase, provision for condensation monitoring
• Slave airflow regulation with SLAVE Control
• Emergency settings open or closed via Modbus RTU
• Night-time cooling operation via Modbus RTU
• Presence detector, for switching to the economy mode
when the room is not in use
• Built-in relay for control of the lighting or the fan in the
cooling unit
• Wireless hand-held terminal for making checks and the
setting of values
Table 11. Designation code
4
3
6
7
vv
Figure 12. Room functions.
Key to the digits used in the figure:
1= CONTROL Damper FSFE
2= SLAVE Control
3= TUNE Ca room terminal, temp. sensor and set point adjustment
4= DETECT Oa, presence detector
5= DETECT Qa 0, carbon dioxide sensor
6= Window contact
7= On/off or 0 - 10 V DC heating control, max. four type 24 V
thermo-actuators
7= On/off or 0 - 10 V DC cooling control, max. four type 24 V
thermo-actuators
9= Condensation guard
10= Lighting or on/off fan regulation, max. 2 A, 250 V
Code Function
FSFE
Room application with supply air master and extract air
slave.
Explanation:
F = flow
E = extract air
S = supply air
Technical data
All technical and electrical data are specified in the catalogue leaflet for each product.
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Controller connections
RJ12 RJ12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
3.1 3.2 - + C NC - + C NC G0 X4 G0 X5 G0 X6 G0 X7 G0 X8 G0 X9 G G0 G G0
Modbus 2 Modbus 1 Sw Occ
Pa CO2 Ω
°C Pwr Pwr
10V
X11
X12
X13
X14
Y Y G0 Y G G0 Y G G0 Y G G0 Y G
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Plinth
Type
1
-
2
Description
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Table 12. Controller connections
The functions of the various connections are specified in
the figure and in the table. Wiring terminals 1 – 24 are
inputs for supply voltage and control signal transmission;
wiring terminals 25 – 38 are outputs for regulation. All
the wiring terminals can be connected with jacks.
Plinth
Type
Description
Modbus Master RTU -
25
Y
+ 10 V DC
+
Modbus Master RTU +
26
Y
+ 10 V DC
3
C
Modbus common
27
G0
4
NC
Blind terminal, has no internal connection in
the controller
28
Y
Control signal 0-10 V cooling valve
5
-
Modbus Slave RTU -
29
G
Cool valve on/off max load 72 VA
6
+
Modbus Slave RTU +
30
G0
System common
7
C
Modbus common
31
Y
Control signal 0-10V Heat valve
8
NC
32
G
Heat valve on/off max load 72 VA
System common
Blind terminal, has no internal connection in
the controller
9
G0
System common
10
X4
Window switch 10 V DC
11
G0
System common
12
X5
Occupancy input 10 V DC
13
G0
System common
14
X6
Airflow input 0-10 V DC
15
G0
System common
16
X7
CO2 input 0-10 V DC
17
G0
System common
18
X8
Condensation guard
19
G0
System common
20
X9
Temperature sensor supply air
21
G
Power 24 V AC
22
G0
System common
23
G
Input Power 24 V AC
24
G0
System common
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33
G0
34
Y
Control signal 0-10 V supply damper
35
G
Power 24 V AC max load 25 VA
36
G0
System common
37
Y
Control signal 0-10V exhaust damper
38
G
Power 24 V AC max load 25 VA
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Room control
100%
Temperature
The built-in temperature sensors for supply air and room
temperature have a measurement tolerance of ±0.5 K. The
time constant for the measurement is approx. 2 min. The
controller has a built-in limiting function that prevents the
airflow from increasing if cooling is required and the supply
air temperature is higher than the room temperature. All the
temperature limits can be changed using the TUNE Control
hand-held terminal.
The airflow
The airflow is controlled in response to the needs of the
room by means of the cooling (%) or heating (%) regulation variables. If these are 0%, the airflow set point will
be the min. airflow or the vacancy flow if a connected
CO2 sensor does not indicate a higher airflow. When any
of the variables increases toward 100%, the airflow will
increase if the supply air temperature is lower, so that
cooling can take place with air, or vice versa if heating
with air.
Various operating modes
Normal operation, (occupancy)
The control system works to attain the temperature values
for heating 21 °C, cooling 23 °C, i.e. a room value of 22 °C
±1 K. These temperature set points can be changed using
the TUNE Control. The airflow is controlled between the
min/max limit settings.
Vacancy (energy save mode)
The control system works to attain new temperature set
points: heating 20 °C, cooling 25°C, i.e. a room set point
of 22.5°C ±2.5 K. These temperature set points can be
changed using the TUNE Control. The airflow is controlled down to the extract airflow, but if the temperature
exceeds the new set point, 25 °C, the system begins cooling the room even if there are no occupants.
0%
19°
20°
21°
22°
23°
24°
25°
Diagram 5. The control process for occupancy and standard setting
for temperature control, 0% corresponds to the min. airflow and no
heating, 100% corresponds to the max. airflow or maximum heating.
100%
0%
19°
20°
21°
22°
23°
24°
25°
Diagram 6. The control process for vacancy and standard setting
for temperature control
100%
50%
0%
19°
20°
21°
22°
23°
24°
25°
Diagram 7. 2-phase cooling. The control process for occupancy
and standard setting for temperature control. When cool value
has reached 50% the airflow is up to 100% and the 2nd step with
water cooling starts.
Change-over ”heating with warm air”
The ADAPT controller has built-in functionality that can
sense the difference between the room air and supply air
temperature and in doing so can match the airflow to the
function of your choice, i.e. cooling or heating with air.
Night-time cooling (chilling the building structure
with free cooling)
The controller switches over to a new cooling set point,
17 °C. This can be initiated only via Modbus and a main
control system.
Switching between various operating conditions
The switching between occupancy/vacancy is controlled
via the DETECT O presence detector. Night-time cooling
can only be initiated from the main control system via
Modbus.
Modbus temperature functions
All the temperature values and settings can be reached
via Modbus. For detailed particulars of all the variables,
see the separate “WISE tables” that are available at www.
swegon.com.
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TUNE Control hand-held room terminal
Room unit menu structure
The wall-mounted room terminal can be installed as a
wireless or fixed wired unit. The useful life of the battery
fitted for a wireless connection is approx. 2 years. A warning indicator will appear in the terminal display when the
battery voltage is low. A straight, type RJ12 LINK Modbus
cable is used for the wired connection. The terminal display provides information about current operating modes
and at the same time has set point adjustment for the
room temperature. A changed room temperature setpoint
will automatically return to the initial setting after 4 hours.
This time can be changed.
If the OK key is pressed and held pressed in for more than
5 sec., this menu will appear and give you access to more
information.
Main Menu
Setup
Select Setup from the main menu to advance further, use
the OK key and enter code 1919.
Service menu
Service Menu
Status
RE Settings

<Exit
Select>
Settings
Info
System parameters
Applic. parameters
Alarm
Figure 13. TUNE Control room terminal. The temperature displayed refers to the set point for the current control mode
Status
Key to the digits used in the figure:
1= Airflow scale in 3 steps, min., medium and max. airflow.
2= Cooling/heating symbol
3= Battery level, or window symbol if the window is open.
4= Operating mode: AUTO, MAN or STOP
5= CO2-reading is shown when the CO2 value > CO2 min.
6= Occupancy symbol is shown only if someone is inside the
room
The current settings and certain actual values are shown
in these menus.
Cool/Heat %
-67
SA Damp. pos %
100
EA Damp. pos %
43
<Exit
Settting keys
▲
UP
To increase the temperature set-point
▼
DOWN
To decrease the temperature set-point
CO2 level ppm
◄
LEFT
Used in the subordinate menus
►
RIGHT
Used in the subordinate menus
-67
Supply air l/s
0
Exhaust air l/s
9
<Previous
Setting keys
Next>
Exit>
Confirmation key
OK CONFIRM
Input to the subordinate menus, hold
the key pressed in for 5 sec.
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In the menu structure, use the  (up/down) arrow
keys to advance to the menus that are shaded in the
images below. At the lower edge of the menu screen, you
will find information about what function the  (left/
right) arrow keys have.
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Settings
These menus are used for entering various basic settings
for the function of the room terminal.
Language
Select the desired language in the hand-held terminal
unit. The standard language setting on delivery is English.
Settings
------------ Language -----------
Room unit no
RF pair up
<Exit

[ English ]
Next>
RF Quality
<Exit
Language

Open damper
Temp. Calibration
Energy saving
Backlight
Open actuators
Select [Off] if normal operation is to be enabled; select
[On] for forced control to the open position. Used for
testing the damper motor for correct function.
------- Open actuators -------
The room terminal’s number.
It is possible to utilise two room terminal connected to the
same controller for calculation of the mean room temperature in large rooms. If two room terminals are used,
the two room terminals must have different identification
numbers. You can set which terminal will be the first one
and and which will be the second.
[ Off ]
<Exit

Connect units
In this menu, the RF number that appears on the controller rating plate can be entered. This enables the establishment of wireless communication with the controller. This
is not required if the hand-held terminal is connected to
the hand-held terminal unit by means of a communication
cable.
Temp. Calibration
There is provision in this menu for adjusting the built-in
temperature sensor’s value compared with the reading on
a calibration thermometer.
---- Connect units ----
----- Temp. Calibration -----
0 0 1 5 7
[ 0,0 °C ]
<Exit

<Exit

RF Test
The quality of the wireless communication can be tested
here. A value of >50 is required, the max. value is 100
---- RF connection ---RF Test: 58
<Exit
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Energy saving
The function of the background lighting. None or Automatic with switch-off delay.
Background lighting
In this menu, you can set the background lighting in the
room terminal. The background lighting is on only for a
few seconds to save the battery. By pressing the righthand key, you can select the next menu for setting the
delay.
System Parameter Menu
The basic functions that affect communications and what
application should be used can be set in these menus.
These values are always preset at the factory and there
are separate tables for these parameters. Upon leaving
these menus all changes must be confirmed to be saved.
Parameter
Value
P_101
1 ID
Modbus Address
Min 1
Max 248
----- Backlight 1/2 -----

<Exit
Change>
Brightness [ 50% ]
Delay [ 5 s ]
Next>
Info Menu
Information about the software versions, etc. is shown in
this menu.
Application Parameter Menu
The function and the size-specific values for the controller
can be set in these menus. These values are always preset
at the factory. See the separate tables for these parameters, or the configuration document.
Parameter
Value
P_1001
1-
Case selection
Min 1
Max 3
<Exit

Change>
Alarms
The various types of alarms normally available in the controller are shown here.
PI overload denotes that the controller cannot reach its set
point for room temperature or airflow. This may be due to
excessively low pressure for example.
----------- Alarm ----------No alarms
<Exit
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Occupancy control
DETECT Occupancy
There are pre-programmed delay times in the controller:
the switch-on delay is set to 0; the switch-off delay is set
to 20 minutes. The times can be changed with the TUNE
Control. If the presence detector via the built-in relay is
used for controlling the lighting (on/off), the switch-on
delay must always be 0. When lighting control is not
used, the switch-on delay can appropriately be set to 30
seconds.
2m
2,5 m
8m
15 m
4.2 m
3.6 m
Modbus occupancy functions
All the occupancy functions and settings can be reached
via Modbus. For detailed particulars of all the variables,
see the separate tables that can be fetched at www.
swegon.com.
Air quality control
When air quality control is enabled, it applies to operation
in both the occupancy and vacancy modes.
2.4 m
Figure 15. Coverage area of a wall-mounted DETECT Occupancy
3.0 m
Control of the lighting
The lighting can be switched on/switched off by means of
the built-in relay. The wiring can be done after you have
removed the cover on the controller. The max. permissible
load is 5 A. If the HF air diffuser is to be controlled, the
system must include an intermediate relay that can cope
with the high currents.
110º
Ø 6.0 m
Ø 7.5 m
Ø 9.0 m
Ø 10.5 m
24V AC
Figure 16. Coverage area of a ceiling-mounted DETECT Occupancy
Table 13. The setting of times in DETECT Occupancy
2
4
23 2
1 22
G0
18 2
7
G
1
0
G
5 16
8 G
14 1
G0 X
2 13
0 X7
11 1
X6 G
0
9 10
G
X5
4 G0
G0 X
G
0 Y
G G 7 38
0 Y 2 36 3
G
G
13
03
0 Y
Z G 8 29 3
Z
72
2
26
25
1
On

Off
Position
On
Off
A
0s
5s

B
10 s
1 min
 
 

 

C
30 s
5 min

 

D
1 min
10 min

 

E
5 min
20 min
   
F
10 min
30 min
Always switch off the power supply before repositioning the
jumpers. DETECT Occupancy is supplied as standard set to position B for both delayed switch on and position A for delayed
switch off.
3
R1 R2
Table 14. Temperature relay in DETECT Occupancy
4
230V max 2A
Figure 14. To connect the wall-mounted or ceiling-mounted
DETECT Occupancy Note that the built-in temperature function
must be disabled by disconnecting the jumpers for this function. The built-in R1 – R2 relay can be connected after you have
removed the enclosure.
1 = CONTROL Damper
2 = DETECT Oa V 110 or T 360
3 = Controller mounted on CONTROL Da
4 = Lighting controlled via the built-in relay. Max. 250 V, 5 A.
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

24


26

28

15


17
Description
Enables normal regulation if the temperature
exceeds the preset value
Enables normal regulation if the temperature is
below the preset value
 
19
To deactivate the built-in temperature control, disconnect the
jumpers.
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Heating control
A heat valve control system can be connected to the controller The system makes it possible to control approx. 10
valves with a total capacity of 72 VA. Heating control can
be selected as 24 V AC on/off and is then time proportional, or as 0 - 10 V DC.
Valve exercise is enabled and takes place at 72-hour intervals. The time is adjustable for 0 – 120 hours. 0 denotes
that the function is shut off.
Two-phase cooling control
The CONTROL controller can be configured for two-phase
cooling in sequence with heating, first airborne cooling
and if this is not sufficient the valve opens for waterborne
cooling. The built-in relay can be configured to control
the fan in a fan coil unit in one on/off step. The fan has a
switch-off delay of 5 minutes. This delay is adjustable and
prevents any disruptive start/stop during cooling operation. There is provision for connecting a condensation
guard.
First open-function
The ACTUATOR valve actuator has first open function.
The valve is then supplied set to an open position making
it possible to fill and vent the radiator system without any
problem. When the CONTROL Da has been energized,
the valves must be enabled for at least 6 minutes so that
the catches will release. The controller is equipped with a
function for valve exercise, which involves energizing the
valve for 8 minutes so that the catches release.
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23 2
1 22
G0
18 2
0 G
6 17
G
1
5
G
8
14 1
G0 X
2 13
0 X7
11 1
X6 G
9 10
5 G0
X
0
4G
G0 X
Y G
G0
38
Y G 36 37
0
G
32
Y G 30 31
0
Z G 8 29
Z
2
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Modbus variables, heating control
All the values and settings can be reached via Modbus.
For detailed particulars of all the variables, see the separate tables that can be fetched at www.swegon.com.
1
24V AC
2
1
2
24
2 23
21 2
G0
7 18
G0 G
16 1
5
G
1
8
14
G0 X
2 13
0 X7
11 1
X6 G
9 10
5 G0
X
0
4G
G0 X
G
0 Y
G G 7 38
0 Y 2 36 3
G
G
13
03
0 Y
Z G 8 29 3
Z
72
2
26
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Figure 18. To connect the cooling circuit valve and the fan control system.
1 = Valve actuator for cooling circuit, 24 V AC on/off or 0 - 10 V
DC.
2 = Condensation sensor
Figure 17. To connect the radiator valves. Max. 10 valves.
1 = Radiator with wiring terminals suitable for connection with
a jack .
2 = Valve actuator for heating circuit, 24 V AC on/off or 0 - 10 V
DC
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DETECT Quality
Air quality control with DETECT Quality 0 with a CO2
signal to CONTROL Db. The CO2 signal oversteers the
temperature control function if the CO2 value in the room
becomes too high. The preset limit values are 800 - 1000
ppm. These values are set in the CONTROL controller. The
air quality is regulated regardless of whether the system
is operating in the Occupancy or Vacancy mode. If CO2
control takes place independent of the room temperature,
the air in the room is likely to be cooled down more than
is necessary. If the heating control with radiator function
has been enabled, the radiators will heat up if the room
temperature becomes too low.
24V AC
1
G
G0
OUT1
24
2 23
21 2
0
8
G
1
7
G
61
G G0
15 1
0 X8
3 14
G
1
7
2
G0 X
11 1
0 X6
9 10
X5 G
4 G0
X
0
G
G
0 Y
G G 37 38
Y
0
36
G G 31 32
0
0 Y
Z G 8 29 3
Z
2
27
26
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• DETECT Qa 0, single room sensor without display
Window contact
A window contact can be wired to CONTROL Damper.
The contact should normally be closed when the window
is closed. When the window is opened, all ventilation,
cooling and heating is completely shut off. If the temperature should drop in the room, the frost protection function will switch on with a set point of 10 °C. The window
contact must be enabled in Parameter P_1621.
Figure 19. To connect accessories
1 DETECT Qa 0
Modbus variables, external control
All the values and settings can be reached via Modbus.
For detailed particulars of all the variables, see the separate tables that can be downloaded from
www.swegon.com.
24V AC
4
1
4
23 2
1 22
G0
18 2
7
G
1
G0
16
8 G
4 15
G0 X
13 1
0 X7
1 12
G
1
6
0
X
0
9 1
X5 G
4 G0
G0 X
G
0 Y
G G 37 38
Y
0
36
G G 31 32
0
0 Y
Z G 8 29 3
Z
2
27
26
25
Figure 20. To connect a window contact
1 CONTROL Db
2 Window contact.
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Connection for Modbus communication
24V AC
The details apply to Program Version 0.18 or later.
CONTROL Damper has two different connections used
for Modbus communication. The connections are used in
different ways, depending on whether CONTROL Damper
is configured for the Super WISE or a BMS system.
Mb 1 Communication loop to main control system in
BMS mode (Damage). The communication settings can
only be changed when CONTROL Damper is configured
for the BMS mode, Dip switch 2 set to the ON position.
The connection is Modbus slave.
Mb 1
Mb 2
7 8
5 6
C NC
3 4
+
2
1
C NC
bus 1
RJ12
Mod
- +
RJ12
us 2
3.2
b
d
o
M
3.1
3
1 2
3
1 2
Mb 2 Communication loop under CONTROL Damper
zone damper or Super WISE Router. The communication
settings are fixed and cannot be changed.
24
2 23
21 2
G G0
0
G
G
PWR
.
Terminations
1
Figure 21. CONTROL Da room application Modbus connections.
Explanation, 1=Termination resistance.
Modbus cables
A RS485 Serial Line is used in the WISE system (the cables
must be shielded).
One end of each Modbus cable must be connected to
protective ground, Gnd. On CONTROL Damper, the cable
shield should be connected to Gnd (wiring terminal 4 or
8). This wiring arrangement is not shown in the figure
because such wiring is only done on the first and the last
controller, which are not necessarily CONTROL Dampers.
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on
off
Category 5 cables with AWG24 area or better can be
used for cable lengths up to 800 metres. The cable ends
must be fitted with termination for fault-free operation.
Figure 22. To set the switch for BMS mode on CONTROL Damper.
Table 15. Configuration, Modbus connections
Connection
Plinth
Function
Modbus 1
5-8
RTU Slave to BMS System
Modbus 2
1-4
RTU Slave to Super WISE
Modbus 3
RJ12
RTU Slave to TUNE Control
Note: it is possible to connect up to the network using one connection only: either Mb2 or Mb 2.
Table 16. Terminations
Mb 1 & 2 (Slave)
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3
Last in the loop
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CONTROL Damper has built-in termination resistance
that can be enabled depending on where in the system
the product is located, see table. The termination plug
should be pulled outward using small pliers.
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CONTROL Damper – Zone functions
CONTROL Damper, with associated SLAVE Control slave
damper for extract air, is supplied fully configured from
the factory. Changes in the controlled pressure or airflow
with offset can be made using the TUNE Control handheld terminal.
Functions
• Pressure regulation in supply and extract air zones
respectively
• Flow regulation of the slave unit or constant flow
• Slave flow regulation that sums several CONTROL
Damper units via Super WISE
• Emergencies open or closed via Modbus RTU
• Circuit closure via external contact function
• Wireless hand-held terminal for checking and setting
values
Installation
Separate installation instructions are available for CONTROL Damper and SLAVE Control. The dampers are
always furnished with a code (see table below) that
shows which function is preset. All the configuring can be
changed afterward if the dampers have been installed at
the wrong place.
Table 17. Configuration codes
Code
Function
PS
Pressure regulation and flow measurement in the
supply air duct.
PE
Pressure regulation and flow measurement in the
extract air duct.
PSFE
Pressure regulation in the supply air duct. Slave
Zone of the extract air with a SLAVE Zone. Used
most often when a supply air duct should control
an extract air duct with or without offset. The PSFE
option requires the accessory SLAVE Zone.
FS
Flow regulation in the supply air duct. Is most often
used for constant flow regulation.
FE
Flow regulation in the extract air duct. Most often used
when Super WISE calculates the flows to be regulated.
PED
Pressure regulation in the extract air with reverse
operation where the GOLD unit or zone dampers is/
are used for balancing the airflow
MSFE
Measurement of airflow in the supply air duct. Slave
control of exhaust air with SLAVE Zone. MSFE functionality requires that the product is combined with
accessories, SLAVE Zone.
OS
Optimisation of the supply air duct
OE
Optimisation of extract air duct
OSOE
Optimisation of both supply- and extract air duct.
OSFE
Optimisation of the supply air duct. Slave control of
extract air duct with SLAVE Zone. Is used to extract
as much air as supplied to the zone. Separate offset
can be set.
P = Pressure
F = Flow
S = Supply air
E = Extract air
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These codes are translated to a numeric value that is programmed in the controller, see table below. Everything is usually
preset on delivery from the factory.
Table 18. Values for programming.
Parameter P_1701 P_1702 P_1703 P_1704 P_1705 P_1706
PS
PE
PSFE
FS
FE
PED
MSFE
OS
OE
OSOE
OSFE
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
2
3
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
3
3
3
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
N.B.! When a controller is to be ”connected” to a group for
summation of the airflows in Super WISE, strict rules apply
to the Modbus ID number. This in combination with P_1701
defines the product for Super WISE. For further information
about MB ID, see the section on Super WISE. The MB ID should
be according to the table. It is important that the correct code
is entered; otherwise Super WISE or TUNE Control cannot interpret data correctly. Normally, CONTROL Damper is delivered
with all settings factory made.
Technical data
All technical and electrical data are specified in the catalogue leaflet for each product.
D = Reverse exhaust air control M = Measurement of flow only
O = Optimisation
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1
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
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Connections
24V AC
Connect the CONTROL Damper to 24 V AC supply voltage and protect the circuit with a maximal 6 A fuse.
Wire all other connections to Modbus and other components according to the wiring diagram. The controller is
equipped with jack-like screw terminals, which substantially simplify installation..
3
1
3 2
Requirements on wire cross-sectional areas
Supply voltage with 24 V AC to (1), at maximal 6 A is
necessary. ≥ 1.0 mm2. Signal wire from (3) to (1) maximal
30 m >= 0.75 mm2. A 4-wire with 0.75 mm2 should be
fitted between (1) and (2). RKKX is an appropriate type of
cable for use.
1
23 24
21 22 G G0
5 16
1
0
G
13 14 0 X7 G
6 G
G0 X
Y G
G0
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37
6
3
24V AC
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G
0 Y
U G
23 24
21 22 G G0
5 16
1
0
G
13 14 0 X7 G
6 G
G0 X
2
Figure 25. CONTROL Damper, configuration code PSFE with
SLAVE Ca.
Figure 23. CONTROL Da Configuration Code FS and FE
24V AC
24V AC
3
1
3 2
1
15 16
13 14 0 X7
G
6
G0 X
4
23 24
21 22 G G0
G G0
1
Figure 24. CONTROL Da configuration code PS and PE, PS must
always be mounted on the supply air duct and PE on the extract
air duct.
24
2 23
21 2
0
8
G
1
7
G
61
G G0
15 1
0 X8
3 14
G
1
7
2
G0 X
11 1
0 X6
9 10
X5 G
4 G0
X
0
G
G
0 Y
G G 37 38
Y
0
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G G 31 32
0
0 Y
Z G 8 29 3
Z
2
27
26
25
Figure 26. CONTROL Damper, further contact for switching off
the function. The damper closes completely.
Explanations, figures 23-26
1. CONTROL Damper
2. SLAVE Control
3. DETECT Pressure pressure sensor
4. Exterior contact for shutting the damper off.
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Connection for Modbus communication
Modbus cables
The details apply to Program Version 0.18 or later.
A RS485 Serial Line is used in the WISE system (the cables
must be shielded).
CONTROL Damper has two different connections used
for Modbus communication. The connections are used
differently, depending on whether CONTROL Damper is
configured for the Super WISE or a BMS system.
Mb 1 Communication loop to main control system such
as Super WISE or BMS (Damage). The communication
settings can only be changed when CONTROL Damper is
configured for the BMS mode, Dip switch 2 set to the ON
position. The connection is Modbus slave.
Mb 2 Communication loop to underlying room controllers in the WISE system. The connection is Modbus
master, and must always be terminated in position 2.
Terminations
CONTROL Damper has built-in termination resistance
that can be enabled depending on where in the system
the product is located. The termination plug should be
pulled outward using small pliers.
Mb 1 If CONTROL Damper is last in the Modbus loop;
activate the termination to position 1, and otherwise
position 3.
Mb 2 If CONTROL Damper is a master for an underlying
loop of air diffusers; activate the termination to position 2.
One end of each Modbus cable must be connected to
protective ground. On CONTROL Damper, the cable shield
should be connected to NC (wiring terminal 4 or 8). This
wiring arrangement is not shown in the figure because
such wiring is only done on the first and the last controller, which are not necessarily CONTROL Dampers.
Category 5 cables with AWG24 area or better can be
used for cable lengths up to 800 metres. The cable ends
must be fitted with termination for fault-free operation.
Table 19. Configuration, Modbus connections
Connection
Plinth
Function
Modbus 1
5-8
RTU slave to Super WISE
Modbus 2
1-4
RTU master to room
Modbus 3
RJ12
RTU master
Table 20. Terminations
Mb 1 (Slave for the Super WISE loop)
In the middle of the loop
3
Last in the loop
1
Mb 2 (Master for the room loop)
First in the loop
2
24V AC
Mb 1
Mb 2
12
7 8
5 6
C NC
3 4
+
2
1
C NC
bus 1
RJ12
Mod
- +
RJ12
us 2
3.2
b
d
o
M
3.1
3
1 2
3
1 2
on
off
24
2 23
21 2
G G0
0
G
G
PWR
.
1
Figure 27. To set the switch for BMS mode on CONTROL Damper.
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Figure 28. CONTROL Da Modbus connections.
Explanation, 1=Termination resistance, the settings are shown
under the section entitled Network Structure.
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2
Figure 29. The key set.
TUNE Control
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The parts of the hand-held micro terminal
Display
Shows the current status of the climate system
and information about the pressure and airflow.
It also shows the settings you enter with the key
set.
2
Key set
Used for changing parameter settings.
To use the TUNE Control
The following section describes how the room terminal
unit should be used for reading and changing values and
settings.
The key set
The key set is used for navigating forward and back in the
menus.
1
2
3
Figure 30. Wireless communication with CONTROL Damper. The
communication distance is limited to <5 metres when the sheet
metal cover is on the controller. If the cover is removed, the distance can be up to 20 metres including walls of a simpler type in
between. If any communication problem should arise, the TUNE
Control can be connected directly in the controller with the spiral
cord to the RJ12 contact to the side of wiring terminal 1.
Keys for entering settings
▲
UP
Next menu/parameter (increase)
▼
DOWN
Previous menu/parameter
(decrease)
Keys for entering settings
►
RIGHT
See the menu screen
◄
LEFT
See the menu screen
Accept key for pressure and airflow
OK CONFIRM
Confirms the setting
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TUNE Control menu structure
The first menu will always show a temperature when the
TUNE Adapt is started up with battery power for the first
time.
20°
Status
This menu shows whether the controller is force controlled which means that normal regulation is blocked.
Emergency
0
Manual
0
Switch
0
<Exit
OK select
To readjust the TUNE Control to become a control unit for
CONTROL Damper/Optimize, the following code must be
entered: ”1919”. After that, set the correct RF frequency.
Go to the “Connect units” menu. When communication has been established, the hand-held terminal display
shows the name of the product to which it is connected.
“No reception” will be shown if communication has been
interrupted.
Then Setup is selected from the main menu. To advance
further, the OK key is used.
CONTROL D
Mb id: 21
OK select
For normal control all the values should be 0. The emergency position signifies that a main control system has
transmitted an “emergency signal” to the controller. This
can cause the damper to be completely open or closed
depending on the configuration.
Manual signifies that the user has forced the damper to a
specific position.
Switch indicates that the connected contact function is
enabled and that the damper is closed.
RE Settings, CONTROL Damper PSFE
The controller’s actual values and set points for pressure
and airflow are shown in this menu. The menu shows
only the values that apply to the preset control function.
In the menu example below, the controller is set to the
PSFE function, i.e. Pressure regulation of the supply air
and slave regulation with SLAVE Control.
Pos %
75
Main Menu
SA Pa
31
Setup
SA l/s
210
<Exit
OK select
30
Next>
The CONTROL Damper supply air damper, damper position, regulated pressure, pressure and airflow set points
are shown in the first menu.
Service Menu
In the menu structure, the arrow (up/down) keys
are used to advance to the menus that are shaded in the
images below. At the lower edge of the menu screen,
information about what functions the arrow (left/
right) keys have is presented.
Service Menu
Status
RE Settings
<Exit

Select>
Settings
Pos %
65
SA l/s
195
Offset l/s
<Previous
30
-15
OK select
Exit>
The extract air damper values are shown in the next
menu. The set points can be changed in the right-hand
column in both menus by pressing OK and then pressing
the appropriate arrow key to increase/decrease the value,
 .
Info
System parameters
Applic. parameters
Alarm
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RE settings CONTROL Damper PS
The controller’s actual values and set points for pressure
and airflow in the supply air system are shown in this
menu. It is simple to change the set point for pressure.
Press OK and increase/decrease with the arrow keys .
The airflow is not shown in the first version of TUNE Control. However, if you return the hand-held unit to us, we
will update it free of charge to include this reading.
Pos %
75
TL Pa
31
TL l/s
210
<Exit
Settings
These menus are used for entering the basic settings.
Settings
(MB Address)
Connect units
<Exit

Select>
RF Test
Language
30
Modbus address
This menu function is not used for the zone version of
CONTROL Damper.
OK select
---- Connect units ---0 0 1 5 7
Pos %
75
FL Pa
31
FL l/s
210
<Exit
<Exit
30
RF Test
The quality of the wireless communication can be tested
here. A value of >50 is required, the max. value is 100.
OK select
---- RF connection ----
RE settings CONTROL Damper FS
The controller’s actual values and set points for airflow
in the supply air system are shown in this menu. It is
simple to change the set point for pressure. Press OK and
increase/decrease with the arrow keys .
Pos %
75
TL l/s
244
<Exit
<Exit
75
FL l/s
178
250
------------ Language ----------[ English ]
<Exit

Info Menu
Information about the software versions, etc. is shown in
this menu.
Application
Prog. version
Parameter ver.
Serial number
Room temperature
Battery level
<Exit
175
OK select
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Start/Stop
Language
Select the desired language in the hand-held terminal
unit. The standard language setting on delivery is English.
RE settings CONTROL Damper FE
The controller’s actual values and set points for airflow
in the extract air system are shown in this menu. It is
simple to change the set point for pressure. Press OK and
increase/decrease with the arrow keys .
<Exit
RF Test: 58
OK select
Pos %

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RE serttings CONTROL Damper PE
The controller’s actual values and set points for pressure
and airflow in the extract air system are shown in this
menu. It is simple to change the set point for pressure.
Press OK and increase/decrease with the arrow keys .
The airflow is not shown in the first version of TUNE Control. However, if you return the hand-held unit to us, we
will update it free of charge to include this reading.
Connect units
In this menu, the RF number that appears on the controller rating plate can be entered. This enables the establishment of wireless communication with the controller. This
is not required if the hand-held terminal is connected to
the hand-held terminal unit by means of a communication
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System Parameter Menu
The basic functions that affect communications and what
application should be used can be set in these menus.
These values are always preset at the factory and there
are separate tables for these parameters. Upon leaving
these menus all changes must be confirmed to be saved.
Parameter
Value
P_101
1 ID
Modbus Address
Min 1
Max 248

<Exit
Change>
Application Parameter Menu
The function and the size-specific values for the controller
can be set in these menus. These values are always preset
at the factory. See the separate tables for these parameters, or the configuration document.
Parameter
Value
P_1001
1-
Case selection
Min 1
Max 3
<Exit

Change>
Alarm Menu
Possible alarms are shown here, PI overload signifies that
the control set point cannot be obtained.
----------- Alarm ----------No alarms
<Exit
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Super WISE
Table 21. Grouping of dampers.
Super WISE is a complete computer that communicates
with all Swegon products that are included in the WISE
and Conductor system as well as the GOLD air handling
unit. Super WISE operates also as a Gateway to the controlling intelligent building system.
Damper no.
Functions:
Zone (0-9)
1
Supply air damper
Master 1
2
Supply air damper
Master 2
3
Supply air damper
Master 3
4
Supply air damper
Master 4
5
Extract air damper
Master 5
6
Extract air damper
Slav 1
7
–
Slav 2
8
–
Slav 3
Example:
Master 1 + Master 2 + Master 3 + Master 4 - Master 5 = Slave 6
Table 22. MB ID system of the dampers.
Damper
no.
Type of
damper
Zone
0
MB
ID
Zone
1
MB
ID
Zone
2
MB
ID
Zone
3
MB
ID
n
Zone
9
MB
ID
1
Master
1
11
21
2
Master
2
12
3
Master
3
13
4
Master
4
Optimisation function
5
Master
5
When connected together with the GOLD, the Super
WISE has a fully developed function for optimising the
performance of the fans. Communication is carried out
via Modbus RTU connection via RS-485. The optimising
function fetches information about the damper blade
positions of all the connected up zone dampers, supply
air and extract air respectively are separated from one
another. The optimising function adjusts the pressure
regulation in the GOLD air handling unit so that at least
one damper (both supply air and extract air system) is
at least 80% open in the system the whole time. If any
damper is more open than 90% the pressure in the air
handling unit will increase. The recommended limit values
are 80-90%.
6
Master
6
7
Master
7
17
27
37
.
97
8
Master
8
18
28
38
.
98
Summation in zones
31
.
91
22
32
.
92
23
33
.
93
14
24
34
.
94
15
25
35
.
95
16
26
36
.
96
6
Slave
134
144
154
164
.
224
7
Slave
135
145
155
165
.
225
8
Slave
136
146
156
166
.
226
Up to 8 dampers can be defined in one zone. All 8 of
these can be master dampers, and no slave flow calculation will then be carried out. Max. 3 slave flow dampers
can be defined per zone. All the master dampers will then
be added up and the airflow will then be divided among
the slave dampers that have been defined. Swegon recommends always specifying the slave dampers last on the
list (dampers 6 – 8)
All the airflows of the master dampers are added/subtracted in each zone. The result is then divided among the
connected slave dampers in the zone.
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• Pressure optimisation of the supply air and extract air
fans
• Addition and subtraction of airflows within a zone
• Can manage 10 zones with up to 8 dampers (CONTROL Damper) in each zone
• Up to 60 rooms can be connected in each zone
• Gateway to building automation via Modbus RTU,
Modbus TCP or BACnet TCP
• Flat data structure permits access to more than 50 variables per damper or room controller
• Built-in web page for supervision of all Swegon connected zones and room products
• Logging function with saved data for up to 90 days
• Fire, summer night cooling function from GOLD down
to room level.
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Super WISE web page
A separate handbook that provides a detailed description
of all the functions, the Super WISE Manual, is available
for downloading at www.swegon.com.
The functions of the web page in a nutshell:
• Presents the network in the form of a tree structure
similar to that of the Windows File Manager
• Provides a graphic overview of the zone dampers and
room illustrations
• Offers access to detailed data for all the zone dampers
and room controllers
• A number of tabs for supervision and settings
Figure 31. The illustration shows the Super WISE web page.
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Settings in the GOLD
To enable communication between the GOLD – Super
WISE, enter the settings in the hand-held micro terminal
of the GOLD under the Functions Menu. The GOLD must
have Program Version 5.08 or better.
Check that the function for CONTROL Optimize is enabled.
* CONTROL Optimize *
There is a special tab on the web page for setting the
function with Super WISE optimising. The CONTROL
Optimize function has equal status with Super WISE in the
hand-held terminal.
OPERATION
OFF/ON
SETTINGS
* CONTROL Optimize *
DISABLED
* GOLD RX TOR 14:43 *
INSTALLATION
CHANGE ?
* FUNCTIONS *
* FUNCTIONS *
TEMPERATURE
FILTER S
OPERATION
Settings for optimising
The basic settings for the damper positions used for optimising can be changed here. The changes are automatically saved in Super WISE.
HEATING
* CONTROL Optimize *
COOLING
OPERATION
HUMIDITY
OFF/ON
SETTINGS
* CONTROL Optimize *
ReCO2
IQNOMIC PLUS
OPTIMIZING
ALL YEAR COMFORT
CONTROL Optimize
70/90 %
START DELAY
10min
REMAINING TIME
0s
Figure 32. The illustration shows the GOLD Web page, Tab for C Optimize. You can enter all the settings using the web page instead
of doing so in the hand-held terminal. The illustration is cut off at the bottom edge. When Super WISE is connected, not all the
damper positions are shown in the table on this page. These positions can be read directly in the Super WISE.
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Super WISE communication
The Modbus structure with Super WISE
Swegon’s CONTROL Damper zone damper acts as a
router and divides the network into smaller parts. All
the air diffusers and room dampers in one zone should
be wired to the same loop, a so-called zone loop. A
zone usually consists of two or more zone dampers. We
suggest that you choose a supply air damper as a router
with all the room products subordinate to it. The room
products are Modbus slaves and the zone damper is the
Modbus master. This should be done for all the zones in
the system. In systems without CONTROL Damper, the
Super WISE Router will be used as the communication
unit between Super WISE and the room products.
Also wire all the zone dampers in the ventilation system
together on the same loop, a so-called system loop,
under the Super WISE. Note that also the zone dampers
that do not have a subordinate room loop wired to them
must be wired to Super WISE.
Technical network requirements
Network cable
Cable cross sectional
area
Belden 9841NH
min AWG 24 or 0.20mm²
Cable length
Max. 600 m
Termination
Number of nodes/loops
120 Ohm
Theoretically 245 nodes/loops,
in practice: 90
Protocol
Modbus RTU
Adjustable speed
RS485
9.600 - 19.200 - 38.400
Word length, fixed
8 bits
Stop bits, adjustable
1 or 2
Parity, adjustable
none - odd - even
The Modbus network structure without
Super WISE
A system that is able to communicate via Modbus on various levels is required in order to be able to use the main
control functions.
Modbus RTU
All the zone and room products in the WISE system are
capable of intercommunication via the open Modbus RTU
protocol. The Modbus variables for all the products can
be downloaded from Swegon’s home page.
The system operates excellently in the “Stand-alone”
version. This means that air diffusers and dampers do
not need to be connected up to a main control system in
order to obtain full functionality.
Factory configuration
All the Swegon products can be supplied preconfigured
from the factory, with the design flows, temperature
requirements, control function, marking, Modbus speed
and optional Modbus address. If Super WISE is included in
the system, the modbus address should be placed according to a special schedule. This enables Super WISE to
automatically identify all the Swegon controllers.
Modbus lists (tag list)
A complete and separate document is available containing
all the Modbus variables and parameter tables for all the
different products in the WISE system. The document can
be downloaded from www.swegon.com.
Terminations
CONTROL Damper, Super WISE Router and the CONDUCTOR products have built-in termination resistance that can
be enabled if the product is first or last in a Modbus loop.
Table 23. Terminations
Position
First on loop
RTU type
Termination
Master
2
Centre of loop
Slave
3
End of loop
Slave
1
Table 24. Modbus types, Mb1 and Mb2.
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RTU typ
CONTROL Damper zone
Mb1
Slave
CONTROL Damper zone
Mb2
Master
CONTROL Damper room
Mb1
Slave
CONTROL Damper room
Mb2
Slave
CONDUCTOR
Mb1
Slave
CONDUCTOR
Mb2
Slave
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Network, example 1
Schematic image of a Modbus network where WISE is used in combination with a GOLD air handling unit. Each zone
section must be terminated ”T”. In the CONTROL Damper there is a built-in termination resistor that you must move
to the correct position. A separate 150 Ohm termination resistor must be wired inside the junction box of the ADAPT
diffusers. In this installation, the Modbus communication in the ADAPT products must always be set for 38.400 - 1 stop
bits and no parity.
Mb1
Mb2
Mb2
Mb1
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Zone 1
Zone 2
Figure 33. Schematic image of a Modbus network, where the Super WISE is used in combination with a GOLD air handling unit. Mb1
for plinths 5-8, Mb2 for plinths 1-4. Zone 3 is for CONTROL Da FSFE or CONDUCTOR W1-W4.
Explanations: Mb1 refers to wiring terminals 5 - 8, Mb2 refers to wiring terminals 1 - 4. Zone 3 can be room controller CONTROL Da
FSFE or CONDUCTOR W1-W4.
RJ12 RJ12 1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8
3.1 3.2 - + C NC + C NC
Modbus 2 Modbus 1
1 2 3
Mb 2
7 8
5 6
C NC
3 4
- +
1 2
NC
2
s1
u
J1
C
b
R
Mod
- +
RJ12
3.2
bus 2
Mod
3.1
3
1 2
3
1 2
21 22 23 24
G G0 G G0
.
PWR
1 2 3
Mb 1
Mb2
Figure 34. Terminations (C) for Super WISE Router. Mb1 position
3, Mb2 in position 2.
Type RTU
Termination
Master
2
In the middle of the loop
Slave
3
Last in the loop
Slave
1
First in the loop
Mb1
Figure 35. Terminations for CONTROL Damper (1) in the upper
figure. Mb1 position 1, Mb2 always in position 2.
7 8
5 6
C NC
3 4
- +
1 2
NC
s1
u
J12
C
b
R
Mod
- +
RJ12
3.2
bus 2
Mod
3.1
3
1 2
3
1 2
Table 25. Terminations
Location
24
2 23
21 2
G G0
G G0
PWR
.
Mb2
24
2 23
21 2
G G0
G G0
PWR
.
Mb1
Figure 36. Terminations for CONTROL Damper (2 and 3) in the
upper figure. Mb1 position 3, Mb2 in position 2.
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Network, example 2
Schematic image of a smaller Modbus network where the WISE is connected up to a main BMS/SCADA control system.
Termination should be carried out as shown in the figure. The theoretical network length will be 600 metres with a
theoretical 128 items however in practice 60 dampers and room products. CONTROL Damper must be set to BMS
mode by setting Ohm switch 2 to position ON, see the figure. In the BMS mode, the communication interface can be
changed according to the table ”Technical Network Requirements”.
T
Mb1
Mb1
T
Mb1
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Figure 37. Schematic image of a smaller Modbus network where the WISE is connected to a main MBS/SCADA control system. In
Zone 3 a CONTROL Damper FSFE is shown for room application, can also be a CONDUCTOR controller. Termination (T) must be wired
last in the loop. If it is a CONTROL Damper then it has a built-in termination resistor. The red wires in the figure are LINK Modbus. All
the others are network cables for Modbus RTU communication.
12
24
2 23
21 2
G G0
G G0
PWR
.
8
6 7
NC
4 5
+ C
2 3
1
C
C N
bus 1
RJ12
Mod
- +
RJ12
3.2
bus 2
Mod
3.1
3
2
1
3
1 2
on
off
Mb2
Figure 38. To set the switch for BMS mode on CONTROL Damper.
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Mb1
Figure 39. Terminations for CONTROL Damper. Mb1 position 3, if
the controller is last in the network loop (zone 3 for instance) the
termination should be 1.
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Super WISE network structure
Super WISE installed in a system with GOLD units requires
one Super WISE per air handling unit. The optimising
function communicates with the air handling unit via
RS485. The communication upward via ETHERNET makes
the Super WISE and the GOLD air handling units accessible, on one hand via web browser on the other via the
main intelligent building system via Modbus TCP. It is possible to connect the main control system via the RS485
interface with Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP or BACnet TCP.
Installation instructions
Separate instructions are available for download at
www.swegon.com. These instructions provide detailed
information about selecting cables and the composition
of the network structure.
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ETHERNET
Super WISE
Super WISE
GOLD
WISE/CONDUCTOR
CONTROL D
WISE/CONDUCTOR
CONTROL D
WISE/CONDUCTOR
CONTROL D
WISE/CONDUCTOR
CONTROL D
GOLD
WISE/CONDUCTOR
ROUTER
WISE/CONDUCTOR
CONTROL D
GOLD
GOLD
Figure 40. Shows how the various components are installed in a building. The left-hand sections shows a Super WISE that is not connected to the air handling unit: consequently no optimising can take place. The right-hand section shows the connections necessary
for enabling the optimising function.
Explanation:
The dashed black line denotes upward communication to ETHERNET.
The solid black line denotes connection to the GOLD for the optimising function.
The blue line denotes connection between the zone loop and the zone dampers and routers.
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Adjustment
If all the ADAPT Diffusers and ADAPT Dampers are supplied as “default”, i.e. set to the standard settings for air
flows, etc., then all the air diffusers and registers must
be set for the air flows, at which the air diffusers and
registers must operate before you begin adjustment. In
the adjustment mode, the air diffusers (forced) are set to
maximum. airflow. This is evident by the LED which has a
steady orange glow. If the rooms have balanced ventilation, make sure that the door is open during the adjustment process. The extract air system is normally adjusted
first.
To adjust the system without optimization
• Zone damper (1) controls the pressure in the zone to
given static pressure. Reference pressure (2) is normally
preset to Ps=40 Pa at the factory.
• Look for the reference zone (the zone that has the
lowest flow expressed as a percentage compared to
the design max. flow). This can be done simply by
reading the current airflow in each zone damper using
the TUNE Control hand-held terminal.
• Shut off x number of zone dampers (3) that correspond
to the flow which is deducted from the max. flow
based on the diversity factor (in order to guarantee
airflow to the remaining zones). Use TUNE Control,
and adjust CONTROL Damper to the closed position by
temporarily reducing the pressure set-point or the air
flow.
• Inspect all the diffusers in the reference zone and check
that they are energised and operate correctly.
• Adjust the reference pressure (4) of the air handling
unit until the design zone damper is 85-90% open.
This applies only to systems that do not have CONTROL
Optimize.
• Read the total design airflow for the zone across the
zone damper (1). If needed, increase/decrease the reference pressure in the zone damper. Both the airflow
damper position and pressure reading are visible at the
same time in the display and the pressure set-point can
be immediately changed if required. If the pressure is
too high, you can find out why only by connecting up
to the design room and checking its damper position,
which should be between 70-90% open.
• Then connect up one diffuser in the zone. Begin with
the extract air if there is balance in the room. Check the
diffuser size and the design set points. Read the current
airflow (actual value), then reset the adjustment level
to min flow and read the same. Finally reset the adjustment level to the unoccupied flow rate, and check
this as well. Disconnect the adjustment level and enter
the data in your report. We also recommend that you
simultaneously begin commissioning, by checking the
presence detector and other control functions, if any,
such as CO2, radiator in sequence etc. This will save
much time and money. If there are slave air diffusers in
the room, they must also be checked separately.
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4
1
2
2-10V
Modbus
Figure 41. Overall view of a system with the following components:
1 = Zone damper, CONTROL Damper
2 = Pressure sensor, DETECT Pressure
3 = Zone damper, CONTROL Damper
4 = Locations of the pressure sensors in the air handling unit
• Follow the same procedure for every diffuser/damper
in the zone.
• When all the zones except the shut-off zones are ready
and checked, adjust these zones to normal operation. Carry out the same performance check as that
described above.
• When the last zone has been checked and its data has
been entered in the report, the system is adjusted,
started up and operational.
• Follow the same procedure for the supply air.
• If the extract air is centrally located, check its airflows
directly in the zone damper.
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To adjust the system with optimisation
Using our Super WISE system optimiser (5) offers you several
benefits: You can place the unit pressure sensors (6) close to
the air handling unit without having to search for a design
zone for supply air and extract air respectively. Super WISE is
connected together (Modbus RTU) with all the zone dampers and reads each damper position. It then lowers the pressure generated by the air handling unit until one damper is
almost fully open. In this way, the air handling unit always
uses the least possible energy regardless of the min. or max
flow setting.
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• Check that Super WISE is operating. Do so via the
GOLD air handling unit hand-held terminal or web
page. All the positions of the zone damper can be seen
on the web page.
• Choose an x number of zones that are to be deducted
based on the diversity factor, select the zones that have
the least percentage opening %, “close” these zones.
Use TUNE Control, and adjust CONTROL Damper to the
“closed” position by temporarily reducing the pressure
set-point or the air flow.
• Set the air handling unit’s max. set-point for pressure
regulation. It should be a few percentages above the
current pressure that refers to the max. airflow at the
defined diversity factor. This must be done separately for
the supply air and extract air respectively. This setting can
be entered directly in the GOLD air handling unit menu.
• Inspect all the diffusers in the reference zone and check
that they are energised and operate correctly.
• Read the total design airflow for the zone across the
zone damper (1). If needed, increase/decrease the reference pressure in the zone damper, both the airflow
damper position and pressure reading are visible at the
same time in the display and the pressure set-point can
be immediately changed if required. If the pressure is
too high, you can find out why only by connecting up
to the design room and checking its damper position,
which should be between 70-90% open.
• Then connect up one diffuser in the zone. Begin with
the extract air if there is balance in the room. Check the
diffuser size and the design set-points. Read the current
airflow (actual value), then reset the adjustment level
to min flow and read the same. Finally reset the adjustment level to the unoccupied flow rate, and check this
as well. Disconnect the adjustment level and enter the
data in the report. It is advisable to also commission at
the same time, checking the presence detector and the
other control functions, if required, such as CO2, radiator in sequence, etc. This saves you time and money. If
there are slave air diffusers in the room, they must also
be checked separately.
• Follow the same procedure for the every diffuser/
damper in the zone.
• When all the zones except the shut-off zones are ready
and checked, adjust these zones to normal operation. Carry out the same performance check as that
described above.
• When the last zone has been checked and its data has
been entered in the report, the system is adjusted,
started up and operational.
6
1
2
2-10V
Modbus
Figure 42. Overall view of a system with the following components:
1 = Zone damper, CONTROL Damper
2 = Pressure sensor, DETECT Pressure
3 = Zone damper, CONTROL Damper
5 = System optimization, Super WISE
6 = Locations of the sensors when Super WISE is used
• Follow the same procedure for the supply air.
• The same procedure must be carried out for the extract
air registers if there is balanced ventilation in the room.
• If the extract air is centrally located, check its airflows
directly in the zone damper.
• If the ventilation system has been adjusted for extract
air, do the same for the min. pressure set point, which
also should be a few percentages below the current
pressure. Set the min. pressure value in Super WISE.
The starting value for the feedback control should also
be set. Choose a value that is 50% above the min.
value. The starting value should be used as the reference pressure of the air handling unit until the starting
delay for system optimization has counted down to 0.
To consider:
The TUNE Adapt is required for adjusting all the room
products, and the TUNE Control hand-held terminal is
required for the zone dampers and system optimiser. If
the system is correctly sized, the pressure sensors are
correctly located and all the air diffusers and dampers are
correctly configured, everything should work perfectly
when the system is energised. Naturally all the air diffusers must still be checked so that the technician making
the adjustments can approve and write out a report on
the ventilation plant. Performance check forms matched
to the various products of the WISE system can be downloaded from www.swegon.com.
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To check the performance of the ADAPT
products
A reference manual containing all the configuration variables is supplied with each product. The TUNE Adapt and a
multimeter for AC/DC are needed for performance testing.
Always begin by measuring of the supply voltage to make
sure that it is not too low. Carry out the test while checking the radiator valves if these are included in the system.
The voltage interval is 21.6 to 27.6 V AC. In order to carry
out the following checks, it is important that the controller is not being forced by a main control system before its
performance is checked. If the controller is not forced, a
green LED will be lit and controls will operate normally. All
ADAPT products are supplied in the max. flow commissioning mode.
Checking the airflow
This can be done by reading the airflow when the adjustment
level is enabled. There are three levels: Max. airflow, Min. airflow and the airflow for when the premises are unoccupied.
To check the temperature
This check involves testing the control function via nonconforming room temperature. Change the cooling control set-point so that this value becomes lower than the
current room temperature. The cooling load value can be
read as a percentage in TUNE Adapt. This should rise up
to 100% after a few minutes. The speed is conditional on
the difference between the actual value and the set-point.
Keep in mind that the supply air temperature setting must
be lower than the room temperature. If this is not the
case, the flow search will be blocked.
To check the DETECT Qa, Application 1 & 2
The simplest test is to blow on DETECT Quality and read
the value in TUNE Adapt. The application must be set to
2 and the value can be read in the User Menu. If the function is used as a combined CO2 and temperature function,
no value can be shown in the controller.
To check for occupancy
You can check the performance of the built-in presence
detector by reading the sensor level under the Occupancy
Menu in TUNE Adapt. When an occupant moves below
an air diffuser, the level should be higher than 1000. The
lower limit for detection is 250. The controller should be set
to Occupancy. This can be read in the Occupancy menu.
With the function set to the Test mode you can manually
reset the controller to the occupancy/unoccupied setting. If
the lighting control is used, the lighting in the premises will
be lit/off when you change occupancy/unoccupied mode.
To check the TUNE Temp, Application 4
Checking that the signal operates correctly can only be done
by adjusting the knob to max/min. The results can only be
read in the heating or cooling load in the User Menu.
To check the DETECT Temp, Application 5
You can check whether the signal reaches the controller
by reading the room temperature. If it shows a relevant
value, then everything is operating normally.
To check the ADAPT Slave controller, Application 3
You can check whether the signal reaches the controller
under the Temperature Menu Input %. The value should
be between 20-80% if the master controller is not in the
alarm mode.
To check the ACTUATOR Va radiator valve
The simplest way to check how the valve is operating is
to set the heating set-point to a value that is higher than
the current room temperature. Check that the heating
set-point increases to 100%. The valve opens. It takes
approx. 3 minutes before it will be completely open, however you can see already after one or two minutes that
the “hat lifts” so that the blue edge is visible. See also the
text dealing with the ”First Open” function in the section
about regulating the heating.
Table 26. Hierarchy list
Operation
Priority
Explanation
Emergency
Highest
Forcing of the damper by the
main control system to open or
closed blade position
Damper
blade pos.
Manually
actuated
High
Manual forcing to fixed damper
blade positions
Adjustment InterManual forcing to fixed airflows,
level
mediate so-called adjustment level
Occupancy
Manual
Low
Manual control of the occupancy function
Application Lowest
Various settings, such as slave,
etc.
Table 14 shows the priority of the various settings. If an ADAPT
product is to operate normally, all the priorities higher than
Application type must be disabled.
Margin of error, airflow control
A margin of airflow error according to the diagram is
important for the ADAPT products to operate in their
respective normal operating ranges.
Deviation
Avvikelse %%
20
10
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
% of the product’s maximum
airflow
% öppningsgrad
Diagram 8. Margin of error, airflow control.
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Typical Performance Check Form for the ADAPT products.
Swegon
Date of manufacture
2009-02-04
Checked by:
ADAPT Configuration Data and Performance Check
Date:
Project:
The Rosen District in Visby
Order no. (Order #):
100 031 259
Production no. (VstOrder #):
Marking:
TD10:Room 23
69 875
This list refers to the same menu structure as that in the TUNE Adapt hand-held micro terminal. (4) means that the value exists
only in Version 4.
ADAPT Da 250-M
Product:
USER MENU
Airflow
RF: 00000
Reading
OCCUPANCY
Reading
New
-
Sensor level
0000
-
00.0gc
-
Occupancy status
0
-
Supply air temp.
00.0gc
-
Status + delay
0
-
CO2 in the room
0000ppm
-
Off, delay
00m
20
Cooling load
000%
-
On, delay
00s
0
Heating load
000%
-
ALARM MENU
Heat valve, item (4)
000%
-
Stroke error *
0
-
Occupancy time
00000h
-
Motor failure *
0
-
Running time
00000h
-
Pressure sensor error *
0
-
4
-
Temp. sensor error,
external *
0
-
00000
-
Temp. sensor error,
internal *
0
-
Wrong set-points *
0
-
Software
Serial number
TEMPERATURE
Reading
Cooling value, occupancy
00g
23
* = 0 or 1, where 1 is an error reading
Heating value, occupancy
00g
21
COMMUNICATON
Cooling value, no occupants
00g
25
Modbus Address
Heating value, no occupants
00g
20
Estimated set-point
Nonconforming room
temp.
External input
000g
000%
Set
0000
1
Baud rate
0
3
-
Parity
0
2
-
Stop bits
0
1
APPLICATION MENU
-
Set
Night-time cooling
00g
18
Application
0
0
Morning heat
00g
28
LED indicaton
0
1
0
0
Temp. Sensor used (4)
0
1
Radiator control (4)
0
1
Cool protection (4)
00%
0
00%
50%
0days
2
Heat control, enabled (4)
Valve time
0000s
AIRFLOW MENU
350
Set
New
Max q, occupancy
000ls
15
Cooling limit value (4)
Min q, occupancy
000ls
25
Valve exercise (4)
Min q, no occupants
000ls
200
New
000.0P
-
TEST MENU
0 calibration
00.0P
-
Emergency use
0
-
Damper blade position
000%
Occurance
0
-
Slave output
000%
Test mode
0
-
000%
-
-
Reading
New
Flow pressure
0
CO2 min set-point
0000pp
500
Damper blade pos.,
manually actuated
CO2 max set-point
0000pp
1000
Occupancy Auto/Manual
0
000pp
200
Occupancy/Unoccupied
0
Adjustment level
0
Airflow
0
CO2 per volt
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Room temp.
New
3
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CONTROL products – performance check
Checks are carried out with the TUNE Control hand-held
terminal, where all the controlled values can be read. See
the manual for the hand-held terminal. Note that there
are two manuals: one for the CONTROL Da zone dampers
and one for the CONTROL Db room applications.
The controller has light-emitting diodes that indicate
whether something is wrong. Diode 1 normally flashes
green slowly. If something is wrong in the installation,
the diodes shine in different colours and flash at different
intervals. See the FAQ list for problem analysis. Alarms
can also be read in TUNE Control, where they are presented in plain text.
To check the pressure regulation
Control values and setpoints for pressure regulation can
be read in TUNE Control. If the pressure sensor is not
correctly connected the actual value displayed with most
likely be 0 Pa and the damper will then be fully open
(100%) and the airflow reading will be unexpectedly high
for the size of the equipment. The probable cause is that
the pressure sensor’s plastic tube is not correctly fitted,
or that the whole sensor is not vertically positioned. If
the DETECT Pressure sensor is not connected, an alarm
is shown and the damper will then be in alarm position
50%. The LED on the controller will flash red.
To check the direction of motor actuation
If you suspect that the motor actuates in the wrong direction, the simplest way to check this is by disconnecting
the control signal wire from motor wiring terminal no. 34
(supply air) or 37 (extract air). On doing so the motor will
close completely and the airflow will decrease down to 0
l/s, which you monitor in TUNE Control.
Checking the room functions
Applicable to CONTROL Db FSFE with SLAVE Cb.
Table 27. Light-emitting diode, LED, functions
LED 1
LED 2 under the
metallic enclosure
To check the temperature
This check involves testing the performance of the control function via nonconforming room temperature and
changing the cooling control setpoint so that this value
becomes lower than the current room temperature. The
heat/Cool value can be read as a percentage in TUNE
Control. This should rise up to 100% after a few minutes.
The speed is conditional on the difference between the
actual value and the setpoint. Increase or decrease the
setpoint in the room controller.
Air quality control
The simplest test is to blow air on DETECT Quality and
read the value in TUNE Control. The function must be
defined in Application parameter P_1537 or P_1437. If
the value is shown as 0 ppm then the application is not
defined or the electrical connection is incorrect.
To check for occupancy
If DETECT Occupancy is connected; this is indicated in
the display. The controller shows ECON at the upper
edge near vacancy and AUTO and a small man symbol
in the lower edge near occupancy. The function must be
defined in Application parameter P_1521 or P_1421 .
Window contact
Open the window. Doing so will cause a window symbol
to be shown in the lower left-hand corner in the display.
The function must be defined in Application parameter
P_1520 or P_1420.
To test valves
When you check the temperature, the controller will then
assume either a 100% cooling or heating mode. A snow
flake symbol for cooling or a heating symbol will be shown
to the side of the coil symbol in the display. An actual control value can be read under status. The relevant valve will
then be fully open for -100% (cooling) and 100% (heating). The function of the valves (on/off or 0-10V) can be set
in Application parameters P_1546 and P_1547 or P_1446.
DIP DIP Description
1
2
Green flashing, 1 sec.
Not lit
0
0
Normal operation
Red and green flashing
Not lit
0
0
Normal operation, but with warnings
- Room controller, Temperature sensor or Pressure sensor is missing
- Room controller temperature reading is outside the limit values
- The parameter file is incorrect.
Red flashing, 1 sec.
Not lit
0
0
Emergency: External memory error or Outputs are short circuited.
Orange flashing, 1 sec.
Not lit
1
0
Service state
x
x
0
1
BMS mode
Orange
Orange
x
x
The controller lacks a bootloader or the control is in the process of
starting up.
Green
Green
x
x
The controller has a bootloader but lacks software.
Orange
Green
1
x
The controller has a bootloader but lacks software.
Green flashing rapidly
Green
x
x
The parameter file is being updated
x
Red
x
x
Too low voltage supply, 24 V AC.
x
Green flashing rapidly
x
x
The radio communication with TUNE Control is enabled
x
Red flashing rapidly
x
x
MB-forwarding, Super WISE is fetching information from the room
controller
Green flashing, 1 sec.
Red
0
0
The controller is updating the room list; the Super WISE is scanning.
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